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 O-'a
u URisiative ^
hite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B.C
.VV
t/uLUME 3,
f/i 1�� 1908
QUIA. B c
te, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
Columbia St. Phone 8S
NUMBER 164.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. G.    TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1908.
EGRO IS COMMUTED
fOR TRIAL AT ASSIZES
itnesses Connect Jenkins
With Neighborhood of
Hazelmere on June 9.
BOATS ON WATERFRONT
ARE REPORTED MISSING
Two More Added Yesterday to List of
Boats   Taken   From   Moorings   on'
Waterfront���Police   Active.
ANOTHER EffORT IS MADE TO
SETTLE TELEPHONE POLE QUESTION
HINDU THINK. AITtMPT
WAS MADE TO BEHtAD HIM
roieediW were  replied  yesicr-
ln the bearing of thei charge   of
[,,),.!��� at,'11'!!-1  James Jenkins, half-
��� I negro, in connection with   the
Itardly crime at Hazelmere on the
Lrnoon of June 9, when Mrs. Mary
Jiri-ciu  was  attacked  and   killed  ln
North Bluff  road.
fcaptain plttendrlgh  was   tbe. | are-
lng magistrate,   and Attorney-Gen-
Bowser prosecuted for the crown,
loner took  keen  interest    lu    the
leediugs,   There  was a consider-
gathering in the court room,
large amount of    evidence    was
Bn, connecting Jenkins  with    the
elmere   neighborhood   about   the
.  of  the   occurrence,  and   tracing
movements to Wickersham, where
Iwas arrested through the agency of
foreman of an extra gang.   The
Identic for the prosecution was c��m-
3d aDd accused was committed for
til at the November assizes.
Blood-stained   Knife.
rtiomas Pepin, c< nstable at Clover-
swore to the jack knife, which
picked  up near the scene of   the
Irder. and whicli was put in as   an
hibit.
I'nderhill,  medical    officer    of
;lth, been examined  for the preB-
' of blood stuins, which were found
fn it and which were human blood.
hief Constable Spain spoke of reiving the knife produced, and    its
.���quern examiuatlou.
lecirge McMurphy, poundkeeper, of
i city, identified ihe knife as the
found on a man named Jim Davis
'HjHrestel fur vagrancy un Jim.. 1".
]M|e.   pri-imei- was lhal   man.
Movements of Prisoner.
B'urner  Thompson,    of    Cloverdale,
' of   seeing the prisoner ou the
Ick on June ti, and saw him again
following day. Sunday.    Prisoner
lered to sell him a knife.
II. V. Parr, storekeeper, Cloverdale,
tnembered the prisoner came In on
ue 7, and bought a  loaf of bread,
also  saw   hiui again  on  Monday,
in>. 8, on the railway track.
lAunie   Walker    and    her   brother,
Purge,  living  three  miles south    of
loverdale, said the prisoner came  to
|e house about the time of the mur-
tr and was given food, at his request
boy had si.n him two weeks be-
Ire.
George Smith  spoke of seeing the
tjrlsoner walking up and down the
rack near the Hazelmere mill on the
|ay of the murder.
George Cochrane, of the Erie Lamer company, and George Thrift both
jaw a man on the track, but were not
sitlve prisoner was the man.   Thrift
Slid he saw  a man    hiding    lu    the
ushes near the junction of the road
ml the track.    He    had    met    Mrs.
lorrison and the child that day.
Little Girl on Stand.
Little  Mary   Morrison   was  just   as
Iioaltive as ever  when called that  ac-
luaed was tne man  who    slew    her
wither    She related the Btory which
now   familiar  of  how   tiioy   were
���   en a log on their return from
. ,"i-'\  Office,  when  a  man  sudden-
II.   appeared   and   Jumped   *'u   ner
i >i'i.    Her  mother cried and    She
a awa) for help.
Have  you  seen  that  man  since?"
[asked counsel.
Yes,' replied the child, pointing to
uMii:-. "there he is."
Across the Line,
Two witnesses, George Newman and
lli.il  Kilson,   were   also   called   who
hv a man Hk��_ Jeukins In the Hazel-
I mei',. district!
\V. ll. Pennington, of Bellingham, a
railroad employee and conductor oa
lh. il. N. R., suld lhat on Wednesday,
���laiie io, tie was going south ou a
freight, and when at Ferudale wlt"
his train pn ii siding, he, saw the
prisoner pass, keeping tinder cover of
'he ears, and when his train pulled
<"ii the man turned his back, hiding
his face us if he did not wish io be
peen, Warren Aticlersioii, another
railway man, also saw lhe' accused
on the track,
His Capture.
Prieorfer repeated each ttint., as1 he
was Invited to ask questions, that he
dirt not nvnPmhev seeing the man b0-
Ic.l-e.
',  Joseph Cole, of WIckerRliatn, south-
. *   I        ...    i- 1..
(Contintied od Page Four.)
A close watch is advised on all craft
lUong the waterfront, as following the
disappearance   of CH.  Clow's   row-
boat, Jennie, two further Oases of similar   mysterious   vanishing   of     boats
were re polled to the police yesterday,
lioth were on the Surrey side, and no
tra/ie i. forthcoming of those responsible  for their  disappearance.      Kish-
ermen anxious to reach Steveston, and
not over scrupulous as to the means
employed, are blamed for the occurrences.    As few of the rowboats have
names it is very difficult to k-eep track
of   them,  and   the  descriptions  apply
very  often   to   more   than  one  boat,
with   difference  only  In   small  detals.
Mr.   Evans  is  one  of  those  who  lost
bis boat in the manner described.
i
Council  Decides to   Appeal Once Again to  Officials of
Company Concerning Albert Crescent Crossing���
Second Market Day Suggested.
Terrified and Bloodsoaked East Indian
Found  Wandering About in  Early
Hours of the  Morning.
FRASER VALLEY IS
NOT WELL ADVERTISED
People in Middle West Have
No Means of Securing Information.
A great, deal of business was transacted at the meeting of the city
council last evening with reference to
many important matters. A furtner
effort will be made to come to some
arrangement with the B. C. Telephone
company with regard to the placing
of telephone poles on Albert Crescent.
An aspersion that the city neglected
the sick was roundly denied by the
mayor. Aid. Jardine made an important suggestion In committee with regard to the advisability of hulling two
markets a week.
Crescent  and  Telephone   Poles.
Corbould & Grant wrote that they
were Instructed by owners of property
facing Albert Crescent to protest in
the strongest manner against the B.
C. Telephone company i.eing allowed
to erect poles across said Crescent or
������ark, as the same would interfere with
With head, neck and shoulders covered with Mood, clothes mudsoiled
ami tattered, and so frightened that
he could hardly speak a word, a Hiu-
I du who gives his name as Thun Singh
privileges of meeting for their branch | was found wandering about the streets
at the City hall as were enjoyed by it three o'clock this morning. In
the Retail Grocers, and board of trade, j broken English he told a weird story
The application was referred to the ol having been held up along with
finance committee, with power to act.
The mayor pointed out that as there
two companions of his own race, Pol-
TE.N  CENTS PER  WEEK.
CIVIC EMPLOYEE MEETS
DEATH IN ERASER RIVER
John Walsh Dropped From
Sight When Working at
Lulu Island Bridge.
A sad drowning fatality occurred at
4:45 p, in. yesterday, whereby John
Walsh, a city employee, lost his life/
by falling off Lulu island bridge into
the  Fraser   river.
Owins to the large amount of wo.nl
drifted against the piers of ihe bridge,
...a, ^.aaa-aaa. ���     _ua     ���a, , ,
na Singh  and  Tharama   Singh, with   it was decided yesterday to send three
men. board of works employees, to
set the wood floating down stream,
and a boat was secured. Two men
worked on one side of a pier on the
island side and Walsh on the other,
and all went well till they noticed that
the deceased was missing from his position on a log opposite them, and a
groan was heard. Assistance was at
once secured, and grappling irons
fetched from the police station. Dragging operations were continued till
nightfall,  and   will   be   resumed   this
were   so   many  meetings   now   being j whom   he   had   been   to   Port   Moody
held in the City hall, the caretaker's .looking  for  work,
remuneration should be  reconsidered. I    Thun Singh states that as the three
Aid. Jardine endorsed the mayors re-[Hindus were  walking along the road
mark. ''they were attacked by two dark men.
An   Extraordinary   Proceeding. cine of whom was armed with a small
Martin & McQuarrie, on [behalf of lax. He was thrown to the ground by
a Chinaman, Wing Sang, wrote oh- < ne of the assailants, who flung off
jecting to pay a bill for $50.02 for wa. his victim's turban and grasped hold
ter service No 71.7, for a house which of the Hindu's hair, twisting it around
had been since removed, .and a new his wrists.IK? ���i.is.uift 9Anu|9|3ar['*t
one built,    it  was  now  leased to T.   aim a hlo**.   . '.
Okano and Chin Wah Han, and to Inflicting a deep wound about two
them the charges, it was contended, Inches in length. Thun Singh was
Bhould be submitted, not for the time istunnned   by   the  force  of  the  blow,
referred to, Mit in future.    The mayor jand   when    recovered     consciousness , morning_ b(]t ow,ng tQ ^ caTrenta at
remarked that it  was an extraordin. ijthe men who had attacked bim bad! .   .   ���        ___) I
ary proceeding, In his opinion, as the Edisappeared.    He does not know what
The [.happened to his compatriots.
ORANGEMEN CELEBRATE
II 0. Lamb, who lias just returned
from au extended tour in Alberta, finishing up his visit at the Calgary fair,
complains that steps were nut taken
to advertise the advantages of the
Eraser valley among so many thousand Visitors, while all the other fertile valleys of 1!. C, were represented
by exhibits. While Kamloops, Revelstoke, Kelowna, Vernon, Nelson, and
the Slmilkameen had exhibits, the
Eraser valley was unrepresented.
There was nothing to show the Fraser valk-y was on the map.
Local  Firm Has Stand.
His company, F. J. Hart & Co., on
his advice, opened a tent on a  good
site, ami distributed literature on the
Eraser   valley,   Mr.  Lamb   addressing
large crowds.    It was marvellous what
lack   ._      ^^^^
pie who had been to Vancouver did
not know where the valley lay.    People were unaware that It was unnecessary  to irrigate  as iu  the Okanagan
and the  Kootenays.    There was  also
total misapprehension of the amount
of rainfall,   nor  had  the   people  any
idea of the amount of kind available
In  the valley     The other valleys  of
B. C. were well known on Hie prairie.
Prosperity in   Alberta
their vested rights, and depreciate the  ftrm  wert!  ,he cit?''s  solicitors
value of their property to a large ex-!let,er was seru to the water commit-
tent.    The  letter stated their cl'ents.te*---
were prepared to take all legal steps Tw0 Market Days. ���	
to protect their property and rights,   i    K was decided to  ask  for  tenders. |l|Vfl|!OI V   IT VUlfflllV ED
Aid. Garrett  moved that the parks .for the survey of land round Coquit- JUlUUuLl   AI   |ANuUUVlK
committee  be  allowed   power  to act. |lam ]ake. t0 be in by July 27.    The; 	
He suggested that the telephone com-  market  committee was  authorized toj
pany put   their line across the Cres-1 consider  the  question  of two market j Long Procession Marched to Recrea-
cent.   It was the only solution.   There ' aa-vs a w'eek- ami to instal lavatories,    tion   Park���Cigar Stub  Sets Wo-
was also the -fact that the interlacing:aniJ a new stove in the market build- man-s   Dress  on   Fire.
of  wir.,s was  prejudicial  to the  ser- I jng.    As far as can be gathered, the j 	
vice of the city. ' suggestion of two market days a week i
G. C. Hodge, construction agent, was  is not favorably  viewed by the com-
heard, and  repeated his  challenge to' mittee. j
show the position to any represent*- Water Front Property.
tlves ot the council or objectors. He; The Brunette Sawmills company, j
explained al -some length to the coun-1 Sapperton, applied to the minister of j
cil the technicalities of Induction, and ; marine and fisheries for the city lots J
aid that  every time the wires went, Nos.  1, _. ���), 6, C and 7. and district'
down underground it would depreciateI lo1"* 16 (.being all the frontage to their]
the service given. mills  and   property save  the  Crystal1
Aid. Gray said lhat the time he in- Glass company's works), the acting
terviewed the leading officials of the (deputy minister wrote, so that the
company, he made an offer to dig the; council should be in a position to of-
trench,     but   the  management would , fer observations     The chief engineer
nf information  there  was;  peo-   not listen to the proposal.   Only about' had   pointed out  that the  water lot*
Ol     Uliu.uiua. ...... ... ._���__._, ,.         I _...__��./I __.    ���_>11   int..   the,   rlvpr     .nil   n-Sli-
six poles would be required.    He was extended well into the river, and ask
not there to champion the telephone'ed if there was any interference with]
company, but it was a great improve-  navigation.      The letter was sent to
ment  to  Columbia  street   to   remove  the  finance  committee,   and    stibse- i
the poles, and the company had goneiqnentiy it w.as decided tha,t the appli-
beyond the lines of their agreement.  ! cation be not opposed.
Aid. Johnston spoke strongly against;    The Brunette company also sent  ai
the proposal.    He waa confident that cheque  for  |15,  for damages to  thei
the objection to the )K>les was wide-  -North Arm bridge by the tug Brunette,
spread  throughout  the city.    He was i-\s they had contributed largely to the
by no moan- satisfied that the paint-' repairs of the bridge, they thought it
The  steamer Ramona arrived from
Chilliwack at .:_0 a.m. yesterday wi.h
a strong contingent of L. O. L.  1470,
of Chilliwack, accompanied by W. M.
J.   Westcott, J. "c.  Robertson, Deputy
Master    .Maxwell    Stevenson,    P.  M.
Chaplain,   and   Chilliwack   drum   and
fife   band,    en  route   for  Vancouver.
i They were joined here by representa-
tlves  of the  looal   lodges,  Nos.   1150
I and  lot*'!, and  special  cars conveyed
the  parties  to  Vancouver.      No  less
than litiOU  paraded  after  the opening
of    the    new   county   hall,   Hastings
street, to Recreation park, where the
sports were held.    Brass bands, and
! drum and fife corps, all playing lively
I Orange  airs,  beaded the   procession,
! which  was a mile long.      A  woman
��� was severely  burned on  the    grandstand   at  the  park through the  butt
end of a lighted cigar falling on her
dress.   The flames were smothered by
a number of men who enveloped the
Prosoerity in   Alberta. Iby no moan- sausnea uiui me .��.��'-, ���-*���������- ��� ��� *> *->-��� ���*  -      -t-   _ l woman  In coats, thereby saving her
���    JL*7��rr��1   activity   at   Lett- ed poles would be a beautiful as was . no more than right that  the council | incident was attended with
He found   grew "'represented    There was no doubt that: should give instructions to the proper I
bridge, and  all through Southern Al
berta, the immigration  of  Americans
an Injunction would follow if the com-   parties to soe that the lumber for re-
������   ,������      The    crops    all] pjmy persisted wlth.tlielr plans. ..airs was purchased from them.   The
t      b Jberta are looking splendid, I    Aid   Hcley, on behalf of the board letter will  be  acknowledged,
h        he remarks   the development![of  winks   said   that  the  city's poles Front  Street Tracks.
.and as ���� ^.^     ^     lntlmatelyLloiild   have-  to  be  altered,  should  a     with reference to the proposed third
of the   ��� orttiBti   Columbia,  as* change be made cat any future time.  !track c yrOQl .street, it was decided
with their Increase in population the!    Tbe   mayor  will   write   to  Messrs. to wminunicllt<; wlth the C.P.R.,  re
market of this province  grows.
Thelparrell &  Halse, asking them to meet��� (iuesting their engineers to meet the]
SECURES OPTION ON
EDMONTON COAL MINES
ihonn   al   Kamlnops. wrote through O.
c    | install,  government   agent, Kain-
.     s. thai he was known to .a numW-r
- '.ei local people, Including Chief ot Police   Mcintosh.   Filin.md   Pope,   Royal
^ three months Ciu hotel; A. Wtttbesoa, saloon keep-
Mo.dii-   ,.,-,   John   lnsley,   hotel   keeper;   Dr.
automatic   telephone service    at   Rd- j the ,���<��� ���:���.' ;' on the sit*. council,   their engineer,  and  the en-,
monton impressed him favorably. Mayor Justly   Indignant. Iglneer of the B.C.B.R. on the site. AJ
lol        alTerly. who applied for per-   k>tler  _.;��� ^ sont  tQ thp CpR   offl. .
mlssioi      to    enter   the  Old   People's .(,..,,g a( Vanpouver aaylng t,u, (,ouncii
has no objection so long as the alter- ���
ntions are carried out by the R.C.E.R..
with suitable crossings for the lessees
of the wharf.
Real Estate Subdivisions.
A letter  from White, Shiles &   Co.
introduc��-d tho question of approval of
subdivisions of   real   estate.      There
was no objection raised to this particular one. the Holmes estate, but the
general  principle of leaving the  np-
: proval to  the  mayor  was  raised   by
i Aid. Garrett.   It was, he urged, a matter for the council as a whole, and le*
1 not future generations blame them fer
neglecting   their duty as lo the arrangements of the streets In new districts.
Lulu Island Bridge
tut little confusion.
DYNAMITE IS USED TO
FIGDT FIERCE BUSH FIRES
i 	
Rose's  Lumber  Camp  Threatened by
Flames  in Surrey���Heroic Measures   Saved   Situation.
.'dmoiitoii, Jul)  1
TZZ^X P^lHoImes, and oven the mayor 0^
SjxKTS L Unontoi district, Iter).   The letter aa*
has been socned by  Mr. McMillan.
nent eastern caplta'ls,    It ls r-
this point it will be difficult to recover
the  body.
Deceased had been for several yearB
in the employ of the city, and has re-
ijently resided on Bnantford street. He
leaves a family of five, the eldest son
being about IS years of age. Deceased was 5S years of age.
The following is the substance of
the official statement made of the circumstances of the accident by Aid.
Henley, chairman of the board ol
works, at the city council meeting last
evening. A quantity of old timbers
taken from the C. P. N. company's
wharf had been allowed to drift down
river and press against the bridge-
As the superintendent of works
thought steps ought to be taken to
clear the obstruction, he got his men.
at work, and all went satisfactorily
till the last moment.
A boat and ropes were there, and
almost the last words the unfortunate
victim said were that he had no more
use for the boat, and just at that moment his fellow workers heard a cough
as he slipped, his head disappearing
from view. The superintendent fetched grappling irons. Although the police had been dragging, and would resume in the morning, not even the
hat had come to light.
Mr. Walsh was one of the best men
for bridge purposes. It was not aa i��
he did not understand the work. Their
regret at his loss was very great, and
as he understood Walsh left a widow
and family, they would do the best
they could for them under #ie circumstances.
The mayor suggested that the finance committee have power to act,.
and give any assistance^ necessary to
the family.
Aid.  Jardine, who knew the    nuua
personally,  said  he was  one  of the
best workmen, and they should do all
I they could to meet the case.   The report was unanimously adopted.
M the spot where deceased fell ***���
to'.he river the current is exception-
ailv swift, and it ls presumed that tM-
hody was swept away as far as C��c
tonWOOd island, where It would then
,1,-if, ,o one side or the other. As a
number of log booms nre ti����d up clot*-
Hush tires over in Surrey, about fiVa'
miles from this city, on Sunday
threatened the destruction of Rose's
lumbar  cams,    the  names    creeping    ���,  ���..__,.-
ousiv dose to tfieca,  timber Lo the shore, it Uunllk-elythat^
iariug  .he late  hours of the evening-1 mains will be able to come to tha SW
promt -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
ported alio that Mr. ��c*UUan ���,.  m
cured options on other mines operajeu
hy dlty firms.
The Cardiff mines ���f*ll1  ""' (
adlan Northern railway with coal for
the    Edmonton   division,   and    nave
,,,-obnbly thetowst output of any! oi
the twenty odd mines In the dlstrlf.
YOUNG WINNIPEGGER
KILLED WHILE DRIVING
Winnipeg.   'juK     IJ.     W     "^
aged 32. a  prominent   young l"1"
nnd   society   man  of this  citv.
driving  on   Saturday     egenlnjl
  Other municipalities make provision for their destitute, ln the meantime Mr. Rafferiv
will have to remain in goal to obtain
food aud shelter, until such time as
bis admission Is received."
Aid. Shiles said the man was only
here a short while. If he had taken
care of his money, he would not need
their shelter.
The mayor iiolnted out how the city
was burdened with more than its Mir
All the workmen employed at this
camp, as wet] as a large number of
volunteers, turned out to light the
Hamas, but little headway was made
until dynamite was used to isolate the
lire, several large lives being felled
by tills menus. The outbreak was
mastered, although not extinguished,
in the early hours of Monday morning.
The flames could be plainly .seen
from this city, the lurid glare being Al
Its fiercest about eleven o'clock.
while*
wit"
Miss Clark, daughter of Ckl't
was thrown from Ihe rig by ���-������������ "} ' .
contact With one <��f Ka.....;- * ,,
wagons and received T11""/, , ������
caused his ttaath a f-w hours ate
t    1     V     X  ffll     CM   t'"<  "
was t*A6f stl" 9   *1- v   >������'   '
Ont,   ���
������-,--        rn r   ��� ,   ,        _;,rn8B|     Aid.  Henley reported that the Bpe-
sbaiv of poor, even people form M^jl,     w���lttw had me* thc consult-
the line had applied  to him.      Not   , ..    _    _. .._,,    _.,,,
Baseball Magnate Dies Ourin0 Game
���"T v* . ,. ��� .    v. v���t-"uci cuiii-.ii-.um ......  ,    Columbus, Ohio, July 13.-M.uch re-
,l,o lino had applied  to him.      N eng,neeT   j   A.  T..  Wnddell.  and       ,    ,���    expressed    throughout    the
withstanding that   ^OOU^had   a  ^ ' hf. BOrv,,o�� should, 4m.ri������  baseball associations today
population  of over   ^.^J^  ��rtalned   to  prepare  plans.    The
ster ..Hikcnreof more old people tau^ ^  ].p.(,m,,,
Vancouver,   P^'<* W W.^! tn. ,n a Tepor.t from Mr. ******    J
fistic*.    Hebbjectoc, to the W** _      *. & ^ ^^ p...,t.  ^ 	
that they did not  cure for thei,  .      ,^    # �� , ^   ^   ^ M ^ w|Kj gj^ and ^^^ who ha(, g:���hered
and   destitute,   nnd     the  governim  11 ^   -^ ���    ^ ^^ ^,.st,.        ^^ ^ ^.^ gftme i,efween
agent's attention should  be drawn  ���" ���
gleC t.i a_n|f,a.	
Anierlcan baseball associations today
over the sudden death of Thomas J.
Bryce, president of lhe local club, who
'died In the grandstand at Neil park
yesterday in the presence of thousands
that   fact.
Meetlnga at City  Hall.
The  Anif-igartated  Society  of Car:
penters nnd Joiners asked fot* the *n'"o
hitp  ori**.   be  ."cured.
Miscellaneous Reau*s.��
Slater Rofler1^. superior of Pt. Ma-
I "
(Continued on Page Three.l
Columbus and Toledo.   Heart disease
was the cause of his death
The gam*  was  at once called  oft
and the spectators left the pa''k.(
I     Mill     l.a      ajaa,.a      -
face, .and the high wat��r will probably,
carry the body away to the open sea.
PARTY WILL PROSPECT
FOR PLATINUM IN B. C.
[ Edmonton, July 1..���A party of four
men leave Mortnville tomorrow, morning on a four months' prospecting,
trip In the Rocky mountains in the
vicinity of the Yellowheadi Pass, They
ar��. Messrs. Dubue, Swift, Thomas,
and A. L. Lister, the first three being
sent out by the American-Canadian
Oil company and Mr. Listen going
along on a hunting trip. The party
will prospect for gold and platinum'
ln British Columbia at Tete Jaunne
Cache and wlll do some development
work on the graphite claims of H. Ia
Williams in the Yellowbead Pass.
They will Teturn to the city'early In
November. ���
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY
This Is My 48th Birthday j
______________________________��._____________________________________-~_~ W
  a
Owen Wister. K
Owen Wister, author of "The  Virginian'' and other popular novels, jt
was born in Philadelphia, July 14,1860, the sone of Owen Jones Wister %
and a descendant of Thomas Wynne, who emigrated to Pennsylvania
as one of the companions of William Penn.    He was educated in   a
preparatory school at Concord, N.  H., and  graduated  from  Harvard
university In 1S88.    Having made the law his study, he was admitted
to the bar in Philadelphia in 18 89.    But his love for  literature  was #
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greater than his love for law and he abandoned the practice of    the 9*
legal profession in 1891 and went to work with his pen|   It was not =!;=
until nearly ten years later, however, that he  scored  his  first   great 2|
literary  success with "The Virginian," and became entitled to a per- $j?
manent place among the leading American  novelists.    Since then  he *jj*
haa written a number of successful novels and many magazine articles. #
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Thu Date in History
JULY 14.
1602���Cardinal Jules Mazarin, French
statesman, born. Died March
9,  1661.
lGSIi���Vienna besieged by the Turks
under Kara Mustapha.
J 7S9��� Destruction of the Uastlle at
Paris.
1796���Tue Connecticut western reserve in Ohio first occupied.
1804���Russia refused to acknowledge
Napoleon as Emperor of
France.
1863���Serious anti-draft riots in Boston.
1874���Abbas llilnii II., the present
Khedive of Egypt, born.
1878���Island of Cyprus occupied by
the British.
1902���The Marquis of Salisbury resigned as premie,- of Kngland
and was succeeded by Aithur
J. Balfour. ���
1907���Attempt to assassinate President Fallieres of France.
GIRLS MUSr NOT MISLEAD
TIIEIR FUTURE HUSBANDS
Artificial   Aids  to   Beauty to  Be   Declared Illegal by Georgia Legislature���Cosmetics Barred.
Atlanta, Oa., July IJ.���Drop .titclied
hose, V-shaped lingerie, cosmetics,
artificial teeth, puffs, rats and padding
are the weighty matters which are being gravely discussed by the committee on ways and means of the Georgia
legislature today. Representative
George Glenn, of the Whitfield district, is responsible for the problem,
having introduced a bill to prevent the
sad disillusionment of husbands.
According to the provisions of
Glenn's measure, any marriage which
has resulted from artificial attractions
offered by the bride shall be declared
null and void.
" Wear Progress Brand Garments
���the brand that has made
Canada famous for its durable
Clothing."
For wear, for style and fit, for all the
qualities that are essential to good
clothes, Progress Brand Suits and Top
Coats are the Canadian Standard by
which all others are
judged.
Look for the label that
guarantees satisfaction.
Sold and Guaranteed br
H. L. DEBECK
*���** *******j********** *	
AT THE HOTELS,
W. N. Draper
Russell.
E. Horsfall, Victoria.
A. S| Baiu, Victoria.
'J'  It. Murray, Victoria.
Colin  t. Campbell,  Vancouver.
J. Kowal, Everett.
Alex. Cruickshank, Matsqui.
V. J. Hall, Victoria.
Windsor.
Andrew Williams, Bellingham.
Warren Anderson, Kerndale.
E. J. Haubury, Calgary.
J. W. Curran, Vancouver.
W. D. Cochrane., Vancouver.
,1. McCorniack, Vancouver,
W. B. Steed. Nelson.
-I. McAvoy, Jersey City.
I. F. Column. Seattle.
II. Hall, Hamilton.
E. Clarke. Toronto.
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
TRY    AN
(Self-Filler)
| Autofillei
| Fountain Pen|
i|| FOR     SALE     BY j|
ij J.J. MacKay & Ca 1
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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I.
The Season Has Arrived for You to j
*
~ I Preserve Strawberries
PICNIC BASKETS.
PICNIC  PLATES.
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET  SETS,
HAMMOCKS, ETC., ETC.
AT
Moreys
Columbia Street
  :
========= :
They are in fine condition, and are to be *
had cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY I
STORE than any other store in town. ���
* Call  Us Up and  Give  Us   Your  Order }
i ���E !
! Public Supply Stores 0E0*,*��fMS !
,* Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.
���
**********************************
Phone  92. ���
************
Synopsis uf Canauian  Homestead
Regulations.
Any available Dominions lands within the railway belt in Bill ish Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a family, or
any male over 18 years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of HiO
acres, more or less.
Hntry  must! be made personally at
fhe .local land office for the district in !
which the land is situate.    Entry hy
��iroxy .may, however, be made on cer- ;
tain conditions by the father, mother,;
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
t.tajjs:
(.i.i   At least six months' residence]
mniTi and cultivation of lbe land   In
eacb  year  for three years.
i2) if the father (or mother, if the
Hither is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity of the land e nto rod for, the
reuuirenients as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing with
the lather or mother.
.(ii) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own-
��l by him in the vicinity of his homestead, tho requirements as to resl-
ifl&noe may be satisfied hy residence
���pm the said land.
Six months' notice in writing Bhould
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
leaned for a period ot twenty-one years
at au annual rental of $1 per acre.
���Vofc more than 2560 acres shall be
'leaned to one Individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton Shall bo collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of tbe MlniBter of the Interior
vr       ADVERTISE      ���*��
��� IN ���
ITHE      DAILY      NEW3
Jf You WANT HELP.
'ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
The Big Mid-Summer Clearance Sale
Still Goes on at the "Big Clothing House"
Owing to the backward season we find
ourselves overstocked
with
Summer Goods
which we have to sacrifice. Our loss is
your gain.
In two-piece, some in three-
piece summer suits, tweeds
and worsteds.
Three-piece, dark  color, $9.00;
yours for  $6.00
Two-piece Ughl and medium
colors, $10.1)1);   qow   - .$6.50
Two-piece light and nu'lium
colors, $11.00;  now   , .$7.50
Two-piece "glii an l medium
colors, $12.00;  now  . .$8.00
Two-piece light, and medium
colors, $13.00; now . $9.10
Two-piece light, and medium
colors, $15.00; now..$10.50
Boys' Clothing, Bathing Suits, Men's Shirts, Men's Ties.
All Included in the Big Sale
Phillip
S�� The   Wardrobe   Clothier
P eiclienbach
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
Pkone 101
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Pkone 101 }
orce
Three packages for 25c. Sells regularly at two packages for 25c.
We have some No. 1 potatoes at
$1.50 per sack, or fifty pounds for 85c.
This is a low price, as they are very
scarce.
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Deliver;!
Phone 97.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
TIIE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
=========  The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites* you to join the large., number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING KY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
Nkw Westminster Branch.
F. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
com
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
���Phone.    105.
ifFICEi FRONT STREET, FOOT CF SIXTH. -  ��� NEW HESTf
**���
B. C. Mills Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and D.at.r* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
I'r * mui.
New Westminster
tlUMIIIH"1 PART  IV.
��� WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION ACT, 1897."
I     This is to certify that the Van-
iver    Power    Company,    Limited,
hereinafter called the   Power Com-
���)   gpecialiy    incoriiorated    pur-
iant to Part IV.    of   the    "Water
lauses Consolidation Act, 1897,"   on
25th day of January, ..__, for tlie !
;1,o..���   of   exercising    the    rights,
ffers, privileges,   and   priorities in
...1  ; y  Part    IV.    of    the    said Act
i i   granted, and conferred, has,
addition to its undertakings here-
',;,.,-��� approved ol by the Lieutenaut-
overnor in Council by Certificates of j
proval, dated the 14th day of Feb-
luary, 1902, and the lMh day of a\lay,
ninety-nine thousand   dollars (|i,.9'J,-
000) to be made by the British Columbia Electric Railway Company, to   lie j
secured by mortgage bonds    of    the
Power Company In sterling or decimal j
currency carrying interest, or by such |
ether form of    security    as may    be 1
agreed upon between the    said Companies;
4. And this is further to certify that
tiie time within which lhe said further capital to be subscribed, namely,
one thousand dollars, in addition to I
capital already subscribed, is fixed at i
two months from the date hereof, and ,
the time in which the first part of '
said further undertaking und works,
as set forth iu paragraph two hereof,
Ij to be commenced shall be before
the expiration of three months from
the dat.; hereof; and the date at which
We Leve .liken the Maple Leaf ior our trade n
COWA
because ii u Canadian,
��_ tt?***
_g  to
mine'
infi   submitted its further undertak-
the   Lieutenant-Governor   in Ll'e remainder or any portion of the
f0r approval, and    that   the P"  fUrthBr m*derUiking and worka
hereby approved may be commenced
13 fixed ia. five years from the   date
hereof, or such further time   as   the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council may
hereafter approve.
Dated this 19th day of May, 190SS.
further undertaking, as shown toy
I e documents and plan duly filed in
Lrsuance of the said Act, has   been
proved, and that the same is as foi- |
lows:
The construction, eaulpment, opera- j
;Vii, and maintenance of    a,  line or |
|nes of electric railway, tramways, or
jtreet railways,   wiih    all    necessary
0]e lines and overhead    and    other.
onstructlon   with all necessary side-
switches,  and    branches    for
I:,    conveyance   of passengers   and
light from some point or points at
near Lots one (1)  and    two    (2),
jlty  Block four  (4), iu  the City    of
Westminster, to and throughout
Btreets of the City of Chilliwack,
jassing   through   the   municipalities
Surrey, Delta,    Langley,   MatBqul,
Puma, and Chilliwack, aud tile Town-
(ti _ of Ahbotsford  aud  Huntingdon,
��� : throughout the District   of New I
restmlnster and over and along any !
FRKD J. FULTO.N,
Clerk of the Executive-Council.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waten,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   E.   C
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
J. TRAVERS "JllilMi
VALUATOR
}f the public roads iu the said .Mum- i ���*������
,���                         r   t.,n  iti-iTu..!.!...' iA"  business  in  this line guaranteed,
pallties or any  of  the intervening __     ���
Phone A 243.
Auction sal* every Friday morning
the ' on the  Market square.
'���I'blic roads, or such other rights of
fay where the public roads are not
li. ed,   as   may    be acquired   by
Power Company; tbe erection, con-
ruction, operation and maintenance
ithin  the  said   City    of  Chilliwack
ind the said Municipalities and Dis-
rlct of New Westminster, of electric
��� inks,     power     houses,     generating
uants, pole lines, overhead and other
_nstruction, and such other appli-
in's and conveniences as are neces-
*, m _i_i_._.��_����_.��_>_i*_i-i_.w-i_i�� ���-���^
arj  in and throughout the said City '. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_____
' Chilliwack, the streets thereof, and
i and throughout the. said Municipal!- | Q% ��.   PATTERSON
lies and the public roadsjliereof, and
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
N'ew Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
.md throughout and over the public
pi.ads of any Municipalities that may
hereafter  lie  formed   within  the area
Bhereof, with public and private llght-
Spg and heating and power for nianu-
Hcturlng and Industrial purposes, and
Rn connection therewith;  the construc-
ion, operation and maintenance of all
i cessary and required overhead pole
liii.d    transmission    and    other    lines
i,ecessary   or   required   in   connection
Ivi'h  the  >aid   undertaking  from any
[if tbe power houses, sub-stations    cult-.,n. mission lines of the Power Com-
|;,i:i> throughout the whole area, as Is
���hereinbefore set forth.   Together with
ich rights, powers and privileges
l���-  may he  necessary    to    effectually
Jc.rry out tho terms and conditions of
Ithe several agreements made between
".   Corporations    of   Surrey,    Delta,
lAngley, Matsqui, Sumas, and Chilli-
v. ek and the Power Company, which
agreements wen. duly    ratified    and
confirmed hy bylaws regularly passed
l> the Municipal Councils of the said
Corporations, the agreements between
the Corporation of the Township of
Chilliwack and  the  Power Company
I'fing also ratified and  confirmed by
"The Chilliwack   city    Incorporation
\et- (1908).
'iin. waters at present recorded by
"���   Power Conipany  from Lake    Co-
'i dtiam and from Lake Buntjen win
itllized to generate the power re-
' ' i to operate tho   said   further
taking o(   the   Power Company,
���  ^ proposed to transmit such ',
���i   Ughl .md heat through and by !
' cans of polo and transmission lines
1 !'i any of the power houses, BUb-
ons or transmission lines of   the
I 'wi i Company throughoul the whoiu -
���'' within which the further under-
i; king ofthe Power Conipany is to be
1 fried on, and as is hereinbefore de*-
I !ii,|;
2 Ami   this   is further to   certify
���"ii the first part or portion ol the
ii'i undertaking and works hereby
ai liroved, wlll be the line of electric
:���' 'way from the said City of .New |
We tmlnster to tha said City of Chilli- I
* "k and the necessary polo nnd i
1 'ii-niis. ion lliy.. In connection there- I
with"!
1 '��   Ami this   Is   further to certify
thai the Power Company shall   have .
,; dy Bubscrlhed before it commences
" e construction of the mid    further
undertaking and  work:., cn* exercises
any e��� r the powers In that behalf con-
t<-rred by the "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897," Part IV., one. thou:.-   .
;.��il 11000) shares of on') dollar ($l.(ki) |
("���>!!���    The further amount of capltnl
required to fully complete the   first
r Tt' of the  *. a ill further undertaking
and works is to be provided by the
���'���m of two m llion four hundred aud
Boilermaker
PERSONAL  ATTENTION   TO
REPAIRS.
Works     tit     EDMONDS     STATION.
P. O. Box 908.      Phone J 208.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
-(��� inches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and In London, England
New Vork, Chicago and Spokane, U.8.A., and Mexloo City. A Jen
era) Banking Business Transact9d.
Letters of Credit issued, available witl correspondents In all Darts ot the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Depoelts received ln euros of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four time, a year. ._*M*��*��iS*^��*i����^
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00. ���^gfgt&r^         *��a*a***-
NKW WE8TMINSTER BRANCH. O. D. BRYMNER, Mance*"
ANOTHER EFFORT MADE
TO ARRIVE AT SETTLEMENT
(Continued rrom rage One)
: ry's hospital, asked for a better supply
of wati i ai the hospital. Referred to
tlie chairman ot the water committee.
Albert Johnson asked for Cue position of assistant bridge keeper, should
thai office be created. He lived close
to the Lulu island bridge. Received
and   hied.
H.  C.  Mark A;  Sons asked  to contract for the Bupplj  of bread, should
.    -    citj  establish a chain gang.   Received and hied.
The Midland Bridge company, of
Kansas City, Mo., asked to be allowed
to tender for the new Lulu island
bridge,   Received and filed.
C .1. Mills, on behalf of the American Bank Note company; asked for
permission to prepare the city debentures, stating that they prepared
most of the debentures issued in tne
west by municipalities from Fort Wil-
i Ham to Vancouver. Letter received
and  filed.
,    With reference to the applications
for Indus'rial  sites on Lulu island, it
��� was  decided  lu ask   \v. Pinch-Page,
manager of the B. c
j company, to meet a committee of the
council.
A letter was received from D. C.
.MacKenzie asking for a sidewalk to
Le placed to his cottage on Alice
street, from Bushby to Dufferin. Re-
terred to board of works.
The   following  committee  accounts
were passed for payment:
Bridge.
B. C, Manufacturing Co i   24.00
T.  !. Traj ���: fi Co  .90
Anderson & Lusby         8.40
W.  A.   Gilley       077._0
SODA
SALBRATUS
IS THE BEST.
E.W.G.LLETT3T,ANV
IMITEO
TORONTO. ONT.
Tenders   nVanted
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
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\ Electric Railway Service:
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way [mrts, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Brackmau  &   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 particular*, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R. WHITMORF. Secretary.
SenUta Approval A
To RESPONSIBLE PEOPI.B
Laughlin ip
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
CAe Ink Pencil
Ymir Choice of
��
^"ci*
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from _:f>t) a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last ear Iv, Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty ruiautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
elt) line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after,  commencing at 6:20 a. va.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ,,
at ten minutes after the hour, ] ]
half past and fifty mtautes after < >
the hour, commencing at 6:30
am. ]|
n
��� i
Sunday Service   halt-noun.,   be
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd :;
****************,**������*���������***>������***������������*������**���������������������������**
Total J 705.60
Board of Works.
Gilley  I.ros $1444.92
Mayers &  Preston   	
C. A. Welsh  	
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.  ..
Novelty Iron Works   	
.lames McKay   	
Schaake Machine Works ....
jW. Watson 	
j George Cunningham & Son ..
I Cunningham Hardware Co. ..
���Royal City Planing Mills ....
|C. C. Dunn 	
I Thomas   Oven.   	
; Anderson &  Lusby   .**-.	
i llrunette Sawmill Co	
Small ti. Uticklin Lumber Co..
T. J. Trapp & Co	
Royal City Transfer Co	
vVestminster-Chilli wack
Ivauway
Tenders will be received by th*
undersigned, up to 12 o'clock nocm,
Manufacturing |Thursday, 23rd July, for the clearing,
grading, etc., of the second section,
twenty-six miles, Cloverdale to Ahbotsford, of the above railway.
A marked cheque equal to five per
cent, of the amount of tender must
accompany all bids.
Specifications and all other information can be obtained at my office.
The lowest or any tenders not
necessarily accepted.
CHAS. GARDEN, C. E.,
B. C. Electric Ry. Co., Ltd..
Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
July 8th, 1908.
P. O. Box 474.       Tel. 53.       Res. 420
Estimates  Submitted.
30.00
3.25
133.40
13.05
1.50
73.00
15.00
2.00
4.00
93.60
169.40:
37.30j
55.1)5
47.47
157.27 i
136.50 !
in. Tenth Street,  -   NewWestminster
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
���Vrought   Iron   Gates,  Fences,   Greetings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Total   $2127.76
Market.
Novelty  Iron Works    *
Anderson & Lusby   	
! Hardman & Co	
Gilley Bros., Ltd	
Royal City Planing Mills  	
RYALL'S
Mosquito SCARE
At
Does the work.   Try it.
Ryall's Drug Store
Water.
%    70.NS
Cunningham Hardware Co.
.    104.82
Royal City Planing Mills ..
Brackman-Ker Milling Co. .
Anderson & Lusby 	
46.05
.      12.90
68.15
Hardman & Co	
85
17.75
Royal City Transfer Co.  ..
McQuarrie -v. Co	
Novelty Iron Works  	
3.50
30.40
..      65.10
New Westminster Gas Co..
T. T. Trapp H Co	
6.00
..    253.90
9
13.25
..$ Wi.55
Finance.
Jackson & Morrison  	
Dally News Publishing Co..
.. $    11. ���"!
..    609.90
Dingle & Burnett  	
C.  P.  R, Telegraph Co	
5.00
2.25
.1, M. Kenny 	
1.50
L. Williams	
2.B0
Standard
15 Years.
"THE GMKD OLD RQCIW
For Your Borne.
For Your Outbui.ciirig}.
For Your Pou.try'hou&oe. .,
For Your Residence.
Made  in  thrre   pcrmanrnl  colon���
I.KAY, RtO, BROWN,   (.'...tain*
no tar; will noi melt.   Contains nw
paper; will not rot.   Will naitc.itcli
Hr. from .pai.*.    Any handy mat*
can apply it.   Send for samples .icti
Buck let
(Contlaaed oa Page six.)
-A.	
T. J. Trapp & Co.
UNITED
Hard-ware, Etc.     Co.umbia Street
$
Thtu
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
Hi lllDI
Poit
paid
to any
add ran
llluattatlona ara E*act Slit
Every pert guaranteed
fun 11 K\. Bella Gold���cui
on right har.il may he tit*-.
iu cither our atandard
black opaque pattern, or
Non*breakable Tranapai -
fin. ns desired, either in
plain or engraved  BuUh,
us preferred.
Yon may try lliiif-rn n m**k,
If ymi.Ui linlli lull t MEtpnHOU 'I,
ft trlter lulu lo than >m. fin 9*
euro for iiinn. uru T1UI IMtCUl
I IIO  lu   tuy filler iiink"*, If ��� >*i
intlrtly iHl��fictorj In ���""'������> it
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Cvr on iin \* our ffttnoMi nn l
pmjuUf ><h> 0m Ihk \**nd\ ���
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j Miy   nin'ln nl  flrsl t mcli.    I l%U
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rhuf,   \**<Tm   ('..�����.*.    (InIsh.      I'1"' '
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wanted Writ*. f��r terma "' "
nuw " lest j _>u fvityci "   Mdrasi
' Laughlin Mfg. Cu-
225    Mt)((tlo Bids.
Dcttxlt. Mi"k
"THE
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F. CRAKE I    Fountain Pens
nttJtit vo</��,
HUM Ml YOtf*
irS NON-tBCJIK
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111
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A. Jamee.   j. ���VtcClughan |
English Watchmaker
Two door*  from   Cm*. Adam., Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watcnes trom 118.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Water.**    ipen
'ace, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes. doubl"
.a_��, $7.50 -_p.
A^ent for the celebrated Soiilh 13u->rit.
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.     Vii warranted.
Chainn, Rings. Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; cnarpes reason-
���hie
A few of the lines we carry:
L. E. WATERMAN
NEW  LINCOLN
PREMIER
AUTOMAT
BLOTAPIL (Self-filling}
CONKLIN (Self filling) '
MORRIS (Non leakableT.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN Th�� >**��"
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PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Phone  A 377
1 FrOnt Street        TrUSt BIOCi' Front St New Westminster
R. MILES & CO.
| Plmnb'-.s, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds Riven special at-
tertiun. Sower connections made.
Moderate Chhrgea.
FOR SALE.....
|        Dry Fir Wood in 4'ft. lengths, which we'will
I deliver to any part of [the city.
C. WILLIAMS
EigKth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESOAY. july ,<
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by  the Daily  News Pub-
tiahiug   Company,   Limited,   at   then-
offices,   corner  of    Sixth   and    Front;
.���streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
ni contract to dredge 800,000 cubic
yards at 3._ cents per yard, although
more difficult work of the same character had I een executed at 27 cents
]ier yard. The contractors made a
profit of $174,787i. The contractors
contributed $25,000 of their loot for
the campaign fund.
Levis Graving  Dock.
The  Conservative Government  paid
the  contractors  the  sum of $126,000,
and   out   of  ibis   sum   the contractors
donated J22.000 to the Tory campaign
  (und.
_ _ Cross-wall   Contract.
DO NOT FORGET. Amount paid tc contractors. .-4832,448
Un not forget thai the Cone'srvatiVes The contract being awarded to
have put a direct tax on    labor    by     the highest tenderer the loss
l_ABEL>
(UNION
TUESDAY.  JULY   14.   1908
Whatcom county, spoke of the arrest.
Jenkins was brought before a magistrate and sent to the iioor farm for
ninety days for vagrancy, pending inquiries here. When Constable Spain
brought Mary Morrison to see the
rjBisoner, among other suspects, she
at once Identified him and also his
eloUies.
Chief constaiile Spain and Constable
Wilkie were also called to give evidence that the little girl failed to
Identify any of the other suspects,
Prisoner was fbftiierly char-red,'and
said: "I don't claim to know anything aboul ii. Tha* is all I am going
i    .ii.. aboul It."
Notice
���Telephone ( numunication has been ,
established      with      WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION,        I>ITT       MEADOWS, I
HAMMOND.   HANEY.   Other   offices!
on the line ���" Mission City will
opened shortly.   Notice will be giten
as additional offices are opened.
British Columbia Telephone Co., ltd.,
I
Successors
TO THE	
He was then committed for trial at
charging tiro dqllpfs,.to the boat pulferl    to the countrj  was  $ 70,000,ta_e next   assizes.    He  was only able
on the Fraser River.    Such a t.ax was  Contribution by contractors to .   the de] ositions,   not.    being
long since  abeliah, |  under
regulation*,   by the  Liberal
1)10111.
Dominion
Govern-
thi
Tory caiiiiiai-.n iiind.....  25.000   .:;���.���>   ,   .
NEGRO IS COMMITTED
FOR TRIAL AT
(Continued from
*e One..
WELL DONE ! CALGARY.
Thc arrivals Irom the Dominion Ex-
... Itii al Calgary pronounce it an
unqualified success and that to e\. ry-
on(. ii gave universal satisfaction, We
congratulate the company and its
manager that they can look with such
pride on the fact, that no adverse easl of Bellingham, aid thai ... June
criticism or complaints were heard, 12 he, the foreman of an extra gang
and that the herculanean task of oh the Northern Pacific, had a con-
planting a greal exposition where, versation wiife the accused a
none had been held previously work. Prisoner said be was from
has been so well accomplished. Bellingham and wanted a job in a mill.
When everyone is satisfied with an'Having obtained . description ���������������
exposition, the management must be Sheriff Williams, of Bellingham, he
heaven-born, for ii' there is one place took four men armed with guns .--ind
where the mugwump squeals It Is | went down on a hand-car to the place
within the confines of an exposition where prisoner was hiding. He was
fence.    There  is    one    circumstance j concealed in tire long grass, and it was
COPPER   AND  GOLD   ON
QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS
Union Lodge No. 9
A. F. & A. M.
An em. rgeni ftj    A
will be held iii tli ��� Ma onl    Hal!    fu
Thurs i.i',, July   I6tn,  ai  tli ���  hi
two  o'clock  p.m.,   for   I ..������
attending the funeral t lai    R  V\
Brother R  B. EO Uy.
Members of   sister   lod rea     i :   S0-
johrning brethren are ri q .���.���-.   I    ��� ������ -
uccessfu
"St
__"
Si
Vancouvei, July 13.���A strike of
gold and copper that will, according
I lucky finders, prove to be Targe.
has  ',.en  made  at  Tasno  bay, on  the : tend.
. . .   .1      .. nu    i 4.   I     By order of the W. M.
wta     coas     OT   the   Queen   Charlotte, ^  ^  DeWOLF SMITH
gr<   p of Island in the North.
We
Extend   a
to     Visit    Ow
rt��_is��*B(?r��..w'* '' ���'�����.������ '���'���>���
Special   Invitation
Store   Daring   Our
�����*��..'.���-*���* ���;.->���."���" ."���*'>>*fw*w *t_
Se       ir
"ill    the
:i   watch !
not  possible to    see    hini
tracks, but  the  party   '    I
from the edge of the dump.
Sheriff Williams.
Sheriff  Williams, of Bellingham and
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
worth noting, that of the earnest cooperation of the people of Calgary
with the exposition management and
we respectfully call the attention of
our own citizens to it. No matter
how greal ihe master hand directing
a great fair and how fully it can control the detail, there must be the
fullest co-operation of our citizens to
ensure complete success.    The matter No   mora   need   of   sending    your
of    attractions,    always ' a   bugbear,'orders to "The other side."   You can |
st-ems to have been well handled, just j now get the best rubber stamps, made
enough   of   everything   and   not   too' of good gum  rubber,  on    latest    im-,
much of anything,  bul  of coins.,    the proved machinery, by expert workmen,
people ot Calgary and throughout Ai-jand
.. i   - for the ciiming seasop a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make nO mistake," Dili; start your orchard right, bi buying ft >m &
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with _i*mlgq..iqni a -
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the size. !f we have no
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for pric ���-.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE. B. C.
i    The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
**************************************+********+**+* ���
Great Cut Price
Stock Reducing Sale
There Are Many Reasons Why
You Should See Our Goods Before
Buying, and They Are All Summed
Up in the Prices We Quote and the
Quality of Goods We Offer for Sale
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COWIE
,:-���:...-:. -;.-::���-_--.'��� "--i.*^:.-.!������.'. j: |
 .���'������.".,������. ���'..'-.-"_."_.'���_.",.<���_.'���,.���'. .��._,��_.'-..'*'_.����o'. .������..���**��������'�����"���."""��� "-"-'��� "
:..- ..-������,.--..'���.,-..���*..��� ..-'..-*.r<r-..*-..--I_"._���-..".c���..--..������'���i~'.C-ir-,i~'4i^Ki^'*T^^^*^r^'w'w'W
GASOLINE
ENGINES
Y. RE-
.:>.
berta are hroadminded and do not.de-
mand extravaganaa on the one hand
or objeel to the high kick on the
other hand. In fact the manager.appeal's to have absolutely controlled the
situation and would allow no Interference, The artistic was very strongly in evidence, the little attentions,
that changed the crude to the finished,
were given Unstintingiy and helped to
make everything perfect. We again
congratulate th.> people Of Calgary on
their success, unci venture' to fcbpe
thai, from their example, our own people may see the benefit ot nestling
around the management of our great
fair and helping io make the IflOS exposition at New Wi -tminster the best
ever.
MADE IN  CANADA
Mail   orders filled   same  day  as   received.
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410  Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
...':
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABIL'"!
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just Issued, which fully illustrates t'ne
merits of tbe engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd,
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
I
I
Reid & Co.
Successors   to   H*   L.  DeBeck
"Thirty feet to the gulf.'"
STOP AND THINK.
The time has com., for the peOple
.'o refieci upon Canadian political history and Link at the resueetiv. recfrda
Of the men who govern Canada how
ind the men who governed once und
-desire office again Men win, make
serious accusations against the pros-
out administration and have been
found guilty of the same offences are
not fit to hold office. These charges
were prove I ugainst the Conservatives, they have only been alleged (in I
not, proved against the Liberals, No
mem or of the Conservative party has
;ever mustered up sufficient courage
to make a definite charge against any
member of the Liberal government
und the policy of the ipivernment has
never been even seriously criticized.
The people Know this and are satis.
Dec.
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
REIGN OF GRAFT.
Public   attention   having   beeg   mI
much directed at graft ami the aileged raai
Improper use of public money it might  iTS
.be well  to lake a  glaDCje a'  Coiiserva- ' ^*****-
tive    hlstorj    in    this   regard.      IT   the
Liberals were turned out   or power,
ihe Conservatives would BUCCeed them.
It   would  be interesting to  know  how'
tin-  Conservatives acted  when   they|
were in charge of public., affairs.
Take the McOreevy-Langev'n scan-!
.flal  tbe   figures are    sufficiently    <do-
,i*ue:it  without  comment.
McGreevy-LangevIn Steal.
iGosl to contractors of  work
.done 18,184,260
(Coat lo country $3,138,834
Contractors   profll   a   large
part   of   wblrti   went   Into
���iin.. Tory campaign fund..I 068.371.j
LOSS   to   country   after    de-
fliicting full* profit   $   700.11(11)
Curran  Bridge Graft. |
estimated copt  $122,000
Actual  cost    1480,006
I/...   to  country    $370,000;
Dredging Wet Basin.
The Conservative Government  gave
JUST
ONE
MOMENT
Are Your feet Comfortable These
Hot Days?
We'll Guarantee You
Foot Comfort
If  You  Give   Us  an  Opportunity   to  Shoe  You
Comfort Shoes for Men
Men's   Brown Canvas Oxfords with flexible
leather soles $1.25 and $1.50
Men's White Canvas Oxfords and Bals---the
kind that don't squeak $2.50 to $3.00
Men's Tan Oxfords���The "Warwick," "Invictus" and "Walk-Over" makes.
Per pair $4.50 to $5.00
White Canvas Shoes for Ladies
There is none so cool and comfortable as a White Canvas
Shoe for the extremely hot weather.
Ladies' White Canvas, Blucher Cut Oxfords.  Pair.. .$1.75
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords with canvas covered heel.s.
Pair \{.\ $2.00 to $2.25
Misses' and Children's White Canvas Shoes.. ..75c to$1.50
GILLEY
When Orders
for Coal
are senl ut  we lose no tlmi
Riling them.    We are prep i
tn    take    rare    of    a!!    0
I romptlj and cb
Our coul is i      the chea
In the ui u '.'���'  ���'     ' ii -. '��� il
will  find  it  i.i i bi .'.."��� t   :n ���
i ml ��� jives ni": an I
free from al ite and   l-i".
BROS.
1 IMI It O
ARE YOUR EYESl
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them e��
amined. We make no charg<
for testing your eyes. All wor<|
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical
Parlors   in  T.   Gifford s
Jewelry  Store.
LIBERAL
MEETING
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
6
A niootlnj. of the Liberal ASSOcI
tion will be held In the club room
Columbia Hlroet,  on
We dnesday. July 15
AT 8 P. M.
.1, \V. MACDONALD,
President.
W. J. CUNMNtlllA.M,
secretary.
We have just received
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH. CLASS
WOOLENS that ever crossed
the pond.
What They All Say
"I didn't know wa could
got such good work in Westminster."
These are tho words of one
of our customers (a professional man,) when wo delivered a new lot of
stationery,
PRIIMTIIMn THAT 13 CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone .188
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia St., NEW  WFSTMINSTER
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE S70,
BOWELL A ODDY, Proprietors. TUESDAY, JULY  14. 1903
EHE DAILY NEW&
PAGE 1*1 VE.
?Ka^K_it____d__*iaB_3aa_B_^^     t
The Cash Stores T.   H .   S ��1 i t h The Cash Stores
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It doesn't need any great emphasis of statement to
convince women that the articles grouped under this
head are distinctly worth their while. In these sale
days we could' do business without advertising, and
anything we print is intended
more for your guidance and convenience.    No woman with shop
ping  needs
these items.
sh'
uld skip one of
$3.5!] Shirt Waists for $2.00
���'.'I only   New Lawn and India Linen Waists in all
he newest designs, with line Valencia lace trimmings; others with  shadow  work  Embroidery.
prfjc.i    is   $3.50   each.      July    sale
    $2.00
Regular*
price is.
$l,2ij national linen wash starts 75c
In all sizes, neatly made of natural
lirvn;.a good line at* ��f.__5l July sale
        75c
; 53.50 linen skirts ior 52.50
In white linen duck, Indian head, Bishop.-, lawn,  etc., nicely trimmed; reg-
ice.
ular
price1
values
$3.50.
Julv     sale
$2.50
$1.50 ChadreiVs Wash Di. esses for 75c
An unusually good offering is this.   Over 200 garments, different sizes, to fit
children  from   three to fourteen years, in prints,   ginghams,   percales,   etc.
          75c
All
one price.
$1.50 Boys' Sweaters for $1.15
Twelve dozen in the lot -Plain navy, also navy and red, guaranteed all wool,
summer weight; sells regularly at $1.50.   July sale price    $1.15
53.50 ladies' parasols for $2.25
In plain silk, fancy -pongee, also plain
and stripe effects; regular $3.50 values.
���July sale price    $2:25
52.00 umbrellas for $1.25
Six dozen ladies'umbrellas, black.only,
steel frame, nice handles; a good'
regular $2.00 value. July sale
price    $1 ��25
SOME WHITE. GOODS AT
WONDER PRICES
I5c white flannelettes for lOc
Four pieces white flannelettes, soft
finish, no dressing; regular 15c yard.
July sale price         10c
40c white Swiss spot muslin for 25c
Over forty pieces fancy, spot, check
and stripe Swiss muslins, white only;
regular 40c values.' July sale
price	
10c
50c White and Colored Lustres for 30c
Colors black, brown, navy/cream and green; regular 50c values, good material
and a marvel of quality at the price, per yard '.:..:....���     30c
���
""-��"" T. I-I. Smith
Home of Hie
Hat Beautiful
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i 0 iyNewsj | just: Read This Special I
l:    Flyer brought down a toad "   ���    /"A ��� i       -i -. *
Copaxltor 'Cftllejf Bros.' yes- |    Ulie irOn   bed, gOOCl Stl'Ollg   ft, n   ~ A   ���
���      OYYWTttn. Ol-./ 1 .-_-��r.+- 4-rt^n,,-, ���*-.-.     II    WJ     L   11     ���
8
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a ers for anj . ���' oi... j
* iio florist.   Phone 184. *
��� I w ih' . f( -.. .terda
\i i.   Kuhn i ���
ystal   Gl ompan\
i'k, havin    con un-
lean salt ��l
; lay to Vi
\"r.
No I etl     -..I ids :... te I   id the oil ar
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��� ."'i i.i       i   dec! ired at 1 ie
* equi        ���   tlie   citizens   picnic   i
lui     !0   al  lasl  even
ng i     he city, i    mcil.
rice, having broughl   sev-
���:i! - [roii   V:im ouiver Island   - n
the    Si.ni...    i' maii  .  rei urn -  tjoday
a ll ii  anol nad Sidi ey.
One iron bed, good strong &n rA ;
spring and mattress to \\ SI I I
fit, for       -        -       . vPO.JU:
We have one hundred beds  to choose
sizes.    Have a look.
WE  MAKE  AWNINGS
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LEE'S MAMMOTH EURNITURE EMPORIUM
LEE'S  BLOCK.  COLUMBIA   STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER.   B.
Opposite   Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
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Thi
! ��� butter  al   I! iwar'   __
id's, 25c .i.i 1 ���'���' ;   pe      -.ii:;.!. **
The following team .-ill iresenl
the Royal City Bowling club on Monday nexl al Victoria: A. E. HalfeJ P,
C, vVillette, EM, Hughes (capi in), R.
ft. Carver dnd n. E. M^nteiU
We  have  :i   nice  cottage  on   i xlia
largo lot, with  fruit trees and
! fruits in  rear.    Ninth   street,    n
Queen's  avenue,  for short    time
$1,5 ��� i   . asj   terms,   Abbotl   &   Hyde,
238 D ' imbia  street.
An open air concert  will bj; given
iby   ih'.'  <-iiy bund   tlte    week)    mo.-.i
probabl;  on Thursday evening at Alien   Gri scent.    Last   week's   concerl
was ci.: ��� .bad on laQCOUBt of tho com:
Ing of thi   Kilties.
Duplicate orders ot the  "Ant-    cigar
, ... I      . .    :    _ .' '..a
: ' ��� im : he . II  .  the    regular   monthly
!;"   yesterda . . be.held this e\      i
���vould  be over Thun laj ..;,.. .   ,.        ,.,;     :.>.,,,.
time ii ixi  wi i
���
Rain oi    bin ��� j   u will !i:u. i
ir an ' o; i Sport' b md ai i ... cigar, ���
WHHatrt Hay, of Sapperton, has '
.'' olhted ,i nun,'.rn* of tie citj
police i iree, commi nclng his duties
yesterdaj evening. He replaces _.. ,1.
l'i ntland, who has resigned in ordei
to i mi'! the service of ths B. C. E, ft.
company
First class cut ca.naM.m. only 25c
a dozen al Davies & Sun. Telephone
B_08. ..
Local members of tin- it. t of T.
will hold ,a trolley party to English
bay on Friday, leaving the train
depot in chartered cars al 6:55 p.m.
Tickets for the outing can be obtained
from the members gf the committee in
ir-V of all ai*i*aiii��eir.eiit... ,1. Took,
Bruce Fisher and  W. .1. Burr.
roves
thi - Rowing popuielnfly,
The children of the Westend Methodist Sundaj school will have tin Ir annual picnic to Stanley park. Vancouver, today, going over In two special
cars antl leaving the tram offiee about
8:40 a.m.
A   picnic  to  Bowen  island   i
arranged    by the    members
Peters cpurch   -for   iomorrow
lea ,'in
neqtln
,isl
Qtlng |\-
and.    h
being
:*    St.
week,
fliis city by car at 8 a.m.. oon-
ith S. S. Britannia to Bowen
The     parh     "ill     leave    tbe
Cnn.-idiaui Wheat , Flake.    80c
' i
ige at, Howard at Muirbea i ...
par
Island an T p.m.     ��� I   |
Plans pave just been comfilf^l tor
a splendHd camping and summer resort at Semiamo bay. between BiackK*
Spit ami White Rock. Fine bathing
beach, -sOod boating, beautiful \iow of
open Btrkits. Railway runs past property. White, shiles & Oo. are placing the resort on the market rn halt
acre lotsj fronting the sea. Prices are
low and terms easy. **
Captain P.ruc,. is delayed in placing
the .1. C. Bnice on the Steva*ston run,
as he hafl boiied to tliis week. beeiuiSi
ilie hu.ls and machinery inspwtor, ,1.
A. Thoni. on. has been unable to com?
over from ViotOTia, The launch has
arrived) and negotiations are pending
to moor her permanently as ne.ur the
Sixth Streel slip as possible when in
the city. She is already able tio take
mail, bul must be inspected before
passengers are carried. In the meantime an awning will be placed in ^xisi-
lion,   and   the  sitting accommodation
Butter
Butter
Butter
Finest Alberta Creamery, 3 pounds for  $1.00
Best Dairy, per pound     30c
Fresh Dairy, per pound    25e
Fruit of all kinds at lowest
prices.
Strawberries, Apricots,
Plums, Oranges, Bananas,
always fresh.  Nq old stock.
Orders taken for crates for
preserving.
Prompt delivery, courteous
treatment.
��� nl insinuation ofthe officers of
Ki Ul (Jitj loil,.;e No. ;: :Uid Amity
lodgi N'o 27, I. O. 0. !���'.. was held yes-
tei'i.i;, evening i.i the Odd Follow.'
hall, ;. numbi     if  members of
oth lod tending    A new form of
intM.allai.i"!! was used for the first
time, tli*.- ceremonies being more
elaborate than in the past
The weeklj Gun club Bhool is to
lake place at Moody square thif- eveu-
iiif,', wluti tin. iMiniietitiotis fir the
Carver cup and the Duiiont tro ihy are
io in. continued. As during (revloiis
weeks, \V. C. Chamberlin is ifferins
a .-ilxei' spopn Ni the member j malting
the highest average at tonlght'ji shoot.
\ iniLie ailppilanc.' of tnemben is desired tonight,
will    face  the  po
ils morning, both ha. a
��� been   (deked   up    by   t   i  cil     po
ii daj   evening.
A'd   i lales, ol Toronto, a promii
of    ih"   Royal   Ti.'in,'i.i
Temperance,   will attend the   wei
meeting of the local council tomorrow
evening.
The river has risen considerably
during the past couple of days, the
hot weather bavins affected the How
of the mountain streams owing to the
melting of the snow near the suninr ���
A mfeetlrig of ihe West minster Liberal association is to be held in the
Liberal elu!> looms tomorrow evening,
when matters of interest to the asso
elation are to be discussed. A large
attendance Is  desired.
Capt. Pittendrigh .viewed the body
pf the late It. B, Kelly yesterday, and
decided thai no impiest was uecus-
sary. The interment lakes place on,
Thursday afternoon, Union lodge Np.
'.',  A. I".  fc  A.   M..  meet ini; at   '_ o'clock
to attend  the funeral.
RUSSIAN  PEASANTS
TURN   TO  CANNIBALISM
A meeting of the executive w
[picnic    committee   will
the
iiii/... ns    .picnic     committee     *IU     h'
le Id  in ilie board of trade ioo u    this
evenine:. when arrangements   n con
aectlon with lhe big exmirsioi:   which
s to take place on July ','���"  vlll
liiiiher .advanced.     Tickets   a
,ii.vii.,l   id In.' kflling    well,    a
there will be no rush for thej
boards until towards the hitter
ne.t .week.
St. Petersburg. July HI.-- Despatches received here today Baj that
. .ndi'ions in Yakutsk province. Siberia, are daily growing worse, The
fiamine has spread ti) such an extent
that peasants have been compelled '���
resort to cannibalism. Thousands are
dying and the government lias been
asked lo rush more supplies to the
stricken district. ,
A large uunibur of advertlsln : booklets recently issued by the W -strain-
ster Publicity association are avail-
aide to members .and others Interested
al the office of White, Shiles ti. CO.
About two thousand copies ��� of the
booklet have been printed. Owing to
tho  absence   of Secretary    Hansford
Don't Fail to Take in the
B.Q.R. Employees Picnic
AT LANGLEY
Monday, July
20, 1908
Steamers Beaver and Ramona win
leave C. P. R. Wharf at S a.m. sharp;
returning at 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Attractions include baseball, baby
show, dancing and other sports.
Valuable prizes.
be Alert .
HowardS Muirhead
BURR BLOCK, Columbia Street
Phone No. 386
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 1 AM NOT
DOING SO NOW. ENQUIRE FOR
RATES.
nminr
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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ANOTHER EFFORT MADE
TO ARRIVE AT SETTLEMENT
(Continued   from   Page _.�� ���
II. Morey & t'o  6.45,
H. Neville-Smith     _o.ooj
Bond Sign Co  55.00
Columbian  Co.,  Ltd  4 44.80 ',
Total $1227.90
Finance for Schools.
The Columbian Co $     2.On
W, Beadle  '. 95.00.
Bryson  &. Sons     ;l. 00
Gilley  Bros  41.ia-
li   Morey A_ Co  24.85
Thomas  Ovens     16.00
Cunningham  Hardware Co. .. 37.30,
City of N'ew Westminster ... 70.35
Board of Health    4.601
C. P. R. Telegraph Co  1.35
Wllber Smith   132.60
Archibald Bros  4.20,
Royal City Transfer Co  166.30
T. .1. Trapp A. Co  18.95
John Reid     j .00
Total  $ 61N.65
Parks.
Gilley Bros., Ltd $ 15.90
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.   .. 3.30 j
Westminster Iron Works .... 12.4'.;
Adams & Deans   7.5C!|
Royal City Transfer Co  1.00 I
Thomas Ovens     2.26
Leo Brown     1.50
T. J. Trapp & Co  15.75,
Reichenbaoh Co  5.00 ! |
Bryson & Sons  . 50 j
George Cunningham & Son .. 5.2_'
Wilher Smith   21.60il
Total	
Police.
Dr. George B. Drew ...
George Adams 	
,1.   E.  Insley   	
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14.00 .
1.75
is.soil
Total    $ 31.55;
Light. j
T. Mowbray   $ 2.70 j
Anderson & l.usby    19.90 j
C. C. Dunn    70.30 i
Dingle & Burnett   5.00 j
Westminster Iron Works .... 25.58 i
Royal City Transfer Co  1.50:
Novelty Iron Works   1.00
T. .1. Trapp & Co  17.20
Bryson & Sons  1.50
George Cunningham & Son .. 23.25;
Cunningham Hardware Co.  .. 7.25
Total   $ 175.18
Health.
Jackson & Morrison   $     9.50
Acme Clothing Co       12.80 ,
Gilley Bros       14.81
' Total $    37.11
Library.
Bryson   .i   Sons   $      8.00
Total	
Fire.
T. Mowbray	
Royal City Planing Co	
Anderson & Lusby 	
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
Ernest C. Kiokholl   	
McQuarrie & Co	
Novelty  Iron Works  	
T. .1. Trapp & Co	
c. A. Welsh 	
George Cunningham & Son
���Cunningham Hardware Co.
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,75
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re  Subdivision   A of  tlie    northwest
quarter of Section 2, Township 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate  Of  title number  7100 F,  issued
in  the name of Donald    Fraser,   lias
been tiled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
Hie date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be '
made to me in writing.
O.  S.   KKITH,
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry, office,  New  West-
viirn-.te*, II. C, June 29, 1908.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
ioi* CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and:
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains  (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,]
c;:fss    and    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
_,..-!.:aining a through winter service,
i oi   is.tormation apply to
j    ii    ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver. B. C
��jr       ADVEHTlSt.       **__
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY      NEWS
if ?0U've LOST Anything.
TTER
iH_w____r_____g_____H_^__r_s__sar
DAY
, wtgrirmr_rM__t^!_i'.___*ftt*1-_l.*P l
Today Will Be the Red Letter Day of Our Bi;
r.v
ankrupt    Stock
ale
Eli,
In order to make today a hummer, we have cut prices lower than
ever. Compare our prices with other so called sales and you will
see that our sale eclipses all other sales ever held
READ  ON   FOR  PRICES
Men's all wool tweed suits
Regular $15.50.    Sale price  *4.90
Men's fine tweed and
worsted suits
Regular   $18.50   to $22.50.    Sale price   $8.75
Boys' suits
In double breasted, two and  three-piece;    regular $6.50
Sale  price $3.25
Men's underwear
Balbriggan  Underwear 25c
Extra fine Egyptian Porous Knit Underwear;  were $1.00.
Sale price   50c
Penman's Blue Tip .N'atural  Wool Shirts  and    Drawers;
regular $1 25.   Sale price  85c
"Wool Shirts and .Drawers; regular $1.25. Sale price ..85c
Men's working shirts
Hundreds of Men's strong work Shirts; all sizes; regular
price $1.00.    Sale price 46c
Men's fine shirts
Hundreds of Gents'flue soft-bosom and stiff-bosom Shirts;
new patterns;  regular  $1.50.    Sale  price    75c
RED UTTER SPECIAL
���RH_nHHB_H__M_HnH_R__HH___l
Men's Strong Tweed Working Pants.
Regular $1.75, for
75c a pair
Men's negligee shirts
Regular $1.50.    Sale price  75c
I
1
Men's fine tweed and worsted!
pants
Regular $5.00 to $5.50.    Sale price  	
.$2.50
Boys' #1.00 knickers for 45c I
Men's and Boys' sweaters   j
Regular $1.50 and $'- 25 Sweaters for   85c j
Regular $1.00 Boys' Sweaters  for    50c .
Men's braces
Regular 60c Men's Braces for ....
Regular'35c Men's Braces for ....
Regular 20c Boys' Braces tor ...
25c
. .15c
.10c
Men's Canvas Gloves, a Pair 5c
Men's SOc Suspenders for 25c
Men's fancy white vests
Regular $2.50 and $3.00.   Sale price $1.25
$b.50 trousers for $1.75
250 pairs Mien's fine Tweed   and   Worsted pants;     good
patterns;  well made; were $3.50.   Sale price ....$1.75
Men's white duck trousers
Regular $1.75.    Sale price $1.00
Blankets Men's handkerchiefs
100 pairs Flannelette Blankets; large size; regular $1.26.      Red and Blue Handkerchiefs;   regular    price    10c,    :'������ ���   ,
Sale   prlc<
.75c
Men's sock special
Good Cotton Sox; three pair foi   25c
35c Wool Sox for 17'. 2c
Fine  black Cashmere Sox; worth 30 rents, for  15c
price
5c
f i
Men's shoes
200 pairs Men's heavy worltlng Shoes; regular $2.50. Sal
price   $1-50 S
15u pairs Men's line Dongols  Shoes;    all    sizes;    regulai
$8.60.    Sale price $2.50
We   Lead ���Others   Follow
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Westminster (Mm Co.
DAVE    GROSSMAN,    PROPRIETOR
Look for the Red Signs   --   Columbia Street, New Westminster TUESDAY. JULY 14, 1908
THE DAILY XEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
1908
Fr___k_-_ntnr__, Rv I aur I bentures shall be applied as follows
lfC UCD-BlHUrC DJ"l_aW, and not otherwise, towards paying the
'cost of the passing of this    By-Law
and the issue and sale of the deben-
������i tures therein referred to and all ex-
% By Law to enable the Council of the Penses ln connection with the said
Corporation of the City of New to��M recouping the treasury of the
Westminster to raise by a loan the j 8aid City such sums as have been this
sum of Six Thousand Five Hundred vear expended un"! the proceeds of
($6 500.00) Dollars for the erection '���the sal>-' of the said debentures have
and equipment of a Fire Hall at become available and towards the
Queen's Park and for improve- ;co8t of the erection and equipment of
menU and equipment for the Fire > Fire Hall at Queen's Park and im-
Hall at Sapperton. ! provements  and equipment    for Fire
IHall at Sapperton aforesaid.
WHEREAS, it is proposed to erect ;     (7) Th,s B_..Law   _haU   Uke  effect
aad equip a Fire Hall at Queen's Park ! on ^ Ut day of Augusti 190g> and
Iio the said City and to improve and ; may be dted a_ ^ ,.pire Debenture
further equip the Fire Hall at Sapper-  bj..^   im ..
ton in the said City, entailing the ex- j    (g) Thls Bj..Uw> before the   flnal
[pcuditure of $6,500.00. passing thereof, shall receive the as-
AND WHEREAS, it appears that if jsent of ^ e]ectors of the said city
Itae said sum of $6,500.00    be appro- I,_. the manner reqUired by law.
priatod from the general  revenue of      ReC8ived the assenl of thc electors
Ithe City for the current year the rate
lot taxation will be excessive, and it
li   expedient that such excessive tax-
latiun should be avoided, and the said
sum should be raised on the cu-djt o.i
the Corporation, and that debentures
Bhould be issued for that amount.
ANI) WHEREAS,  for the  payment
Interest on the  debentures    pro-
on the da*' of
Cily Clerk.
190S.
Mayor.
(A
o.ed to be issued under this By-Law,
nd fm* creating a sinking fund for the
ayment of the said debentures when
ue, It wlll be necessary to raise by
peclal rate, in addition to all other
.tes, each year during the currency
f the said debentures, the sum of
.hree hundred, eighty-two and 63-100
KJ382.63)   Dollars;
AND WHEREAS, in order to raise
be said yearly sum of Three Hund-
ed, Eighty-two and 63-100 ($382.03)
liars, an equal special rate on the
ollar will be required to be levied on
ft ho whole rateable property of the
ity of New Westminster.
AND WHEREAS, the whole ratable property of the said City, neon! ing to the last  revised    assess-
at roll thereof, is Four million, one 1
undred and tifty thousand, eight |
undred and eighty ($4,150,880.00)
ollars;
.VND WHEREAS, the total amount
f the existing debenture debt of the
aid City is one million, eighty-seven
housand, one hundred l$l.oS7,100.00)
liars, irrespective of the sum of
ftne hundred and twenty-five thous-
i, flve hundred ($126,500.00) Dol-
B, proposed to be raised under the
Waterworks Debenture By-Law,
908," the "Street Improvement Denture By-Law, 1908," the "Markei
benture By-Law, 1908," and the
'Pu'ibc Schools Debenture By-Law,
808," of which none Of the principal
u 1 interest is in arrears.
M)\v, THEREFORE, tha Municipal
luneil of the Corporation of the I
f New Westminster enacts as follows:
i.l) It .hail be lawful tor the Maj .
01 ibo said City to raise by way 0
loan fnmi any person or persons, body
01 bodies corporate, who may be will-
in, to advance the same on the credit
0; the debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in tbe whole the sum Of
$6,500.00, and to cause the same to be
paid into the Treasury of the said
City for the purposes mentioned
herein.
(2) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in tho whole
the sum of $6,500.00 for such su^us of
money as may be required, not less
than $100 each or an equivalent ex-
Piesseil in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and lie-
land, at a value of 4.860 to tho pound
sterling; and all such debentures shall
be staled with the seal of the Corporation, signed by the Mayor andcoun-
terslgned by the Treasurer thereof,
or by such other person or persons as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
Ci) The said debentures shall be
payable on the lirst day of July, 1058,
11 such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and shall
have attached to them coupons for the
payment of Interest at the rate of live
per centum per annum on the amount
thereof, which interest shall be payable halt-yearly on the first day ot
January and the first day ot July in
each and every year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayor,
(i) A special rate on    the    d ill Lr
rf'nall be levied and raised In each yea
" ��� -_!#.#" NOTICE. "^rV*'��-v
Take notice that the above ia a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 1908, between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and flve p. m., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City Hail. June 25, 1908.
Market Debenture By-
Law, 1908
A By-law to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00)
Dollar*-, for extension to Market
Building.
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the general reveaue of the City for
the construction of an extension to
the Market Building, and it is expedient that certain additional sums be
expended in like manner, amounting
In ill, with the sums already so ex-
pi uleil, to the sum ot Six Thousand
($6,000.00)  Dollars.
AND. WHEREAS il appears that if
the Bald sum of Six Thousand
($6,000.00) Dollars in* appropriated
t'roni the general revenue of the City
'or the current year the rate of taxation wlll l). excessive, and it is expedient that such excessive 1 ixation
Bho Id e avoided, and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
C irporatlon, and that debentures
should ii" issued for that amount,
AND, WHEREAS tor the payment
ot Interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this B;.-law, and
for creating a Blnking fund for the
payment of the said lebeiitures when
due, it will be necessary to raise by
special rate, in addition tu all other
rates, each year during the curreiu)
of the said debentures, the sum ot
Three Hundred and Fifty-three ami
20-100  ($353.20)  Dollars.
AND. WHEREAS in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Three Hundred
and Fifty-three and 20-100 ($353.20).
Dollars an equal special rate on the
dollar will lie required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
City of New  Westminster.
AND. WHEREAS the whole rateable property of the said City, according to the last revised assessment
roll thereof, is Four Million One Hundred and Fifty Thousand, eight, bun-
die,! and eighty ($4,150,880) Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS, tbe total amount
of the existing debenture debt ol' the
said City Is One million, eighty-seven
tnousand, one hundred ($1,087,100)
dollars, irrespective of the sum of one
hundred and twenty-six thousand
($126,000.00) dollars proposed to be
raised under the Waterworks Debenture By-Law, 1908," the "Fire Debenture By-Law. 1908," the "Public
Schools Debenture By-Law, 1908," and
the "Street Improvement Debenture
iBy-Law, 1908," of which none ot the
In addition to all other rate3 on all the ' principal or interest ls in arrears.
rateable property of the City, sufficient to pay tho Interest upon the debentures and to create a sinking fund
Tor the payment of the principal tnero-
ot when due, subject to any Act or en-
letment respecting the same.    .
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
;.ald debenture.,    the sum  of    Three
Hundred    and    Twenty-five  ($325.00)
Dollarn for the  payment of    Interest
thereon, and  the sum of Fifty-seven
and 63-100 ($57.63) Dollars to provide
f��r the repayment of the principal.
Ci) The proceeds of the said de-
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council Of the Corporation of the City
of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, anv sum or sums of money not
exceeding In tbe whole the sum of
$(',.000.00, mil to cau-ie the same to be
raid Into the Treasury of the said
City    for    the    purposes   mentioned
herein. .    .,
(2) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause ,n. number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00)
Dollars for such sums of money as
may .be required, not less than One
hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, or an
equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the 1'nited Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland at a value of 4.866
to the pound sterling; and all such
debentures shall be sealed with the
Seal of the, Corporation, signed by the
Mayor and .lunterslgned by the Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or persons as may be thereunto
lawfully authorized.
(3) The said debentures shall be
payable on *ho first day of July, 1958,
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint with the approval of the holders thereof, and shall
have attached to them coupons for
the payment of the interest at the rate
ot five per centum per annum on the
amount thereof, which Interest shall
be payable half-yearly on the first day
ot January and the first day of July
in each and every year, and the saUl
Coup as shall be signed by the said
Mr.,-or.
(I) A spc-olal rate on the dollar
shall >be levied and raised in each
year, in addition to all other rates, on
all the rateable property of the City
sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due. subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the  same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of Three hundred ($300.00) dollars for the payment
of interest thereon, and the sum of
Fifty-three and 20-100 ($53.20) dollars to provide for the repayment of
the principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows and not otherwise, towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to; recouping tiie treasury of the City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the works herein mentioned or may
be so expended until the proceeds of
the sale ot the said debentures have
become available, and in paying the
amount to become due for the completion of the said extension to the said
Market  Building.
(Tl Thi-- By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(S) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1908.
Reconsidered and Anally  passed in
debentures .hould  be issued for that
amount.
AND, WHEREAS, for the payment
of Interest on the debentures proposed to be issued under this By-Law,
and for creating a sinking fund for the
payment of the said debentures when
due, it will' be necessary to raise by
special rate, in addition to all other
rates, each year during the currency
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is atrue
copy of the proposed By-L&W which
will be taken Into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster ono month from
the first publication ln the "Dally
News'' newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June,  1908, and that a vote    of   the
' '���'.     OtftiMHHHHM    . I
Wanted ���:- Lost -:- found
of the said debentures, the sum of electors of the City will be taken on
Nineteen hundred, thirteen and 18- the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
100 ($1913.13)  Dollars; day of July. 1908, between the hours
Real Estate Tax By-Law
1908.
open Council the
1908.
City Clerk,
day of
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above Is atrue
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 1908, between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. ni., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
gtati ui, Tenth   street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908.
Waterworks Debenture
By-Law, 1908
A By-Law to enable the Council ofthe
Corporation  of  the City    of   New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum   of  Thirty-two  thousand,   five
hundred  ($32,500)   Dollars for the
construction    of    a    Reservoir   at
Queen's Park and connecting mains
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expcitded out of
the general revenue of the City on the
construction of a reservoir at Queen's
Park and connecting mains, and it is
expedient that certain additional sums
be expended  ln  completing tlie construction  of the  said reservoir   and
connecting mains,    amounting ln all,
with the sums  already  expended,  to
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
hundred  ($32,500)  Dollars;
AND, WHKRKAS, It appears that if
the said sum of Thirty-two thousand,
flve hundred ($32,500) Dollars be appropriated from the general revenue
of the City for the current year the
rate ot taxation will be excessive, and
It Is expedient that such excessive
taxation should be avoided, and the
said sum should be raised on the
credit of the Corporation, and that
AND, WHF.RKAS, in order to raise of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m.. at
the said yearly sum of Nineteen hun- the following places, namely: The
dred, thirteen and 13-100 ($1913.13) j Council Chamber. Civic Building; the
Dollars an equal special rate on the Flre Hall. Sapperton; and the Light
dollar will be required to be levied on Station, Tenth street,
the  whole  rateable  property of    the W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City of New Westminster: .City Hall. June 25. 1908.
AND,  WHEREAS,  the whole  rale-; ;	
able property of tho said City, according to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, Is Four millions, one hundred !
and fifty thousand, eight hundred and
eighty   ($4,150,880)  Dollars; \
AND, WHKRKAS, the total amount!
of tU<_ oxUUug debenture debt ot the :
��jjij CRy is One million, eighty-seven |
thousand, flue hundred ..1,0$7,100.00) I
Dollars, irrespective of the ��um of
Ninety-nine thousand, five hundred I
($99,500) Dollars proposed to be rais- i
ed under the "Street Improvement I
Debenture By-Law, 1908," the Mar- j
ket Debenture By-Law, 1908." the |
"Flre Debenture By-Law, 1908," ami '
the "Public Schools Debenture By- '
Law, 1908," of which none of the pi in-
clpal or interest Is ln arrears.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
of .NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
Of the said City to raise by  way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be will-
lng to advance the same on the credit
Of  the del" ntures  hereinafter    men-
tioned,  any  sum or  sums  of money, |
not exceeding in the whole the sum ofj
Thirty-two    thousand,    five    hundred
($32,500)  Dollars, and to  cause    the
same to be paid into tbe Treasury of I
the said City for the purposes men- j
tioned herein.
(2) It shali be lawful for the Mayor I
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole I
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five I
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars,  for   such
sums of money as may be  required,
not less than One hundred  ($100.00)
Dollars each,   or   an    equivalent   ex- j
pressed in pounds sterling of the Uni- i
ted Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire- !
bind, at a value of 4.866 to the pound
sterling; and all such debentures shall
be sealed with the Seal of the Corporation, signed by the Mayor aud countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or
by such other person or persons as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
(3) The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July, 1958,
at such place or places as the Council
of the said Corporation may from time
to time appoint, with the approval of
the holders thereof, and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest at the rate of five
per centum per annum ou the amount
thereof, which interest shall be payable half-yearly on the first
January and the first day of July, in
each and every year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayor.
(4) A special rate on the dollar
shall be 1 "vied and raised each year,
in addition to all other rates, on all
tho rateable property of the City, sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to aaiyAct
or enactment respecting the same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the 3um of One thousand, six hundred and twenty-five
($1,625.00) Dollars, for the payment
of Interest thereon, and the sum of
Two hundred, eighty-eight and 13-
100 ($2_S.13) Dollars tor the repayment of  the  principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise, towards
paying tbe cost ot the passing of this
By-Law and the Issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to, recouping the treasury ot the City such
suras as have been this year expended
on the said works, or may be so expended until the proceeds of the., sale
of the said debentures have become
available; and paying the cost of the
completion of the said reservoir and
connecting mains.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day ot August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Waterworks Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 190%.
Reconsidered and finally passed In
open Council the day ot
1908.
1 for Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:- Etc.
������������
i
to rent ��� Large trout bedroom,
furnished, at $8.00 per week. 121
Third street, between Queens And
Third avenues.
LOST���Small gold chain and locket
Sunday afternoon, July 5, between
108 Fourth street and Queens aw-
nue Methodist church Reward if
returned to Daily News office.
WANTED-Two or   three   furnished
housekeeping rooms.   Address J. S���
Daily News.
TO LET���Largo furnished front bod
room, near library, 287 Victoria St.
A By-law to fix the rate and provide
for the collection of taxes on the
aaseoable property in the City of
New Westminster for the year 1908.
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of tho City of New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. There shall be raised, levied
and collected, lor the year 1.0.. ui>on
the assessed, value ol all the rateable
real properly in the said city, as
snown ou the last revised assessmeut
roll thereof, a rate of 24 mills iu the
dollar for the following purposes:
(a) To provide for sinking fund
and interest on debentures issued by
the Corporation, aud outstanding, 17
mills aud 78rl00ths of a mill ou the
dollar, less 9 mills and 41-100ths of a
mill received iu general revenue.
i i To provide for the payment of
charges for school purposes, 12 milla
aud 49-lOOths of a mill In tho dollar,
less 6 mills aud 49-l0Oths of a mill
received trom Education Department,
and general revenue.
(c) To provide a general revenue
for the use of the Corporation for the
year 190S, 9 mills and 68-100ths of a
mill In the di liar:
2. Every person who is assessed ou
Lhe revised assessment roll tor the
current year shall cause to be paid
to the collector of the said City, at
his office, City Hall, the full amount
of the taxes for whicb he or she is
rated under this by-law. together with
all arrears (if any) within thirty days
after demand has been made for the
same, and any person who refuses or
neglects to pay snch taxes within the
time hereby limited shall be subject to j
the provisions of the "New Westminster Act, 1888," and Amending Acts,!
with respect, lo lhe collection of
taxes. j
3. The collector is hereby author-���
l.ed to receive the taxes levied under.
ihis bylaw in Instalments ot not less'
than  one-quarter of  tho taxes  levied
on nny lot, and to allow the discounts
provided  for In clause 4 hereof.
1.   A discount or reduction of one- i
sixth of the amount pafd will be allowed on all  taxes levied under this
By-law, if the same be paid to the col-1
day ot j lector on or before the 15th day   of [
August.  190S; ten    per   cent . of the;
amount paid, if paid on or before the1
15th day of September, 1908;    seven;
and  a  half per cent, of the amount
paid, if paid on or before the 15th |
day of October, 1908;  and    five   peri
cent, of tho amount paid. If paid on
or before the 15th day of November,
1908; but no   discount   or   reduction
shall he allowed on arrears.
5. This By-law may be cited as thp
"Real Estate Tax By-law, 1908."
Done and passed In open Council i
the 6th day of July, A.D. 1908
WANTED���Room for gentleman in
private house, without board. Ad-
i_re3S D. 8., News office.
LOST. STOLEN OR STRAY ED ^V
liberal reward will be given for any
information that will lead to Uie .ar.
rest or conviction of the person or
persons who decoyed a white and
tan collie doy late Saturday night or
early Sunday morning from tho
premises of H. H. MacKenzie. Slier -
brooke street, Sapperton.
WA.NTKD���General servant. Apply .68
Royal avenue.
WA.NTKD���Young  girl   to  look after
two children.   Apply, mornings, Mrs.
Dr. Jones.
WANTED���Young boy or girl to look
after   office.    Apply    E. K,   News
office.
LOST���Between post office and Crescent, lady's gold watch, closed faov,
attached to blue ribbon with gold
safety pin. "Kdua, Fob. 6, 1904."
engraved Inside. Finder please return to J. W. Harvey, Tho Olen, aud
receive reward.
TO LET���First class rooms with    or
without board. Apply Guichon hotel.
LOST���On B. C. E. U. car or In city,
ladles' gold watch, set with diamonds. Kinder rewarded on returning same to Westminster Clothing store.
\X V, ST MI N STH R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY��� Under new management,
266 Columbia et reet, Phone 366, I'D.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, lt)7 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750, Vancou
ver. B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEi_EY   ST3���
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P.O.Box  885.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
W. A. DUNCAN,
W. H. KEARY,
City Clerk
Mayor.
[LSI
BOOKING TO    AND    FROM    ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next   sailings   of    the    Empresses
June 26.
For other dates   and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C- P   R. Agent.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
QUEBEC   TERCENTENARY
CELEBRATION
Via  C.   P.   R.
Tickets on sale July 14, 15, and 16,
single fare double journey.
$76.70    for    Quebec    Tercentenary |
celebration, good to return till August
6th. j
For further particulars ana reserva-j
tions apply I
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
C
OOKS LEY'S
: Picture :
POST CARDS
ARE NOW   ON  SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY   STORE,
J   G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
F.  MACKENZIE'S  DRUG  8TOF.E,
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
City Clerk.     Mayor.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 187
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
nny part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulin|
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
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PAGE EIGHT.
The Daily news.
TUESDAY, JULY   14,
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Fruit
Ladd
IRCPRISAIS TO fOLLOW
BM ON OPIUM TRAFFIC
ers
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��� /Chinese Merchants Threaten
* Boycott on Canadian Goods
if Vice Is Declared Illegal.
No Wine* ih WINDSOR
TABlJE SALT. Each pure.
rich salt-grain keeps separate,
retaining all its natural strength.
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These Are Built
Especially    for
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Picking
Fruit
Vancouver,   July  i:_.���Chinese   mer-
chants   of British   Columbia   threau-n
to   precipitate a   boycott  of  Canadian
J good- In China if the pending legisU-   ��
��� tion   putting  an  end   to    the   opium) *
* traffic    is    enforced.    Local    Chinese ���
i
Are tapering at the
end to allow easy
handling in the
branches and will
extend to suit.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Weatminater,  B   C.
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��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEW8
claim that an  order-in-eouucil or    a
bill to take Immediate effect, will pro-1
bii.it   the   importation,     manufacture,
sale or having in possession, of opium,
and  will provide a penalty of a fine *
of $1000  and   three years'    imprisonment.    On receipt of this Information
local opium dealers called a meeting
of  merchants     which  was    held    on
Saturday evening at the store of Leo
Yune & Co., and is said to have been
attended  by  all   the leading  Chinese
of tbe city,   representing    over    two
million   invested   capital.   The   stand
taken is that reasonable time should
be  given for winding up the    opium
business . An immediate cessation of
the trade, they claim, would be most, ^
unfair,   considering  the    capital    invested by opium merchants in British,
Columbia, and which they say amounts
jt6 three-quarters of a million.    Stock
in hand, Including shipments ordered I
and   now  on the   way     from    India,
amounts  to  $100,000,  divided equally |
between the crude and manufactured j
article.   The latter has to be kept for!
six months after manufacture before!
it can be marketed.    They point out
that if they are required to stop sale,
they will have on hand $100,000 worth
WE HAVE IT IN
Strawberries
And Remember, at
the Lowest Prices.
Now Is the Time for
Preserving   \
CAM
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
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Fire Insurance
We write ftre insurance in the folio-wing offices:
Aetna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
Atlas Assurance Co , Ltd., of London, Eng.
Western Assurance Co., of Toronto.
The London Assurance Co.
Tbe .Manitoba Fire Insurance Co.
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.
Call for Rates
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd,
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of opium on which they have actually
'��� paid the Dominion a duty of oue dol-
! lar per pound.
j     While admitting that the    use    of
j opium is a real evil and agreeing that
it should be put a stop to, they claim
1 that the shutting   off of the    traffic
j should  be gradual.    One  argument is j
; that the rights of the capital invested
j should  be considered as    the ' traffic \
1 has been legalized by license and the |
, collection of duty.   Another is that if i
I the supply of opium is shut off, many
j of those addicted to its use will die.
The  whole  question  was  discussed
I at length and the decision was reach-
led  that  if  legislation  as  advised    is I
��� made law,   retaliatory  measures   will'
I be taken.   Local merchants and those 1
I of Victoria are in close touch    with I
j the Eighteen Guilds of Hong Kong and '
j Shanghai, a body that practically ab- I
s.lutc.y governs trade in China.   The;
Guilds  will  be asked    to  declare    a
boycott   against   Canada,    similar to i
that now in such    disastrous    effect
against Japan,  and  leading    Chinese
here declare that the Guilds will comply at once.    Cipher   cablegrams   to
the Guilds and to the Chinese government   have   been   prepared   and   will
be despatched as soon as definite word
is reeeived from Ottawa.
anvas
o es
For   This   Hot    \Veather
There is nothing so
comfortable as Canvas Shoes. We have
them in all sizes,
styles   and   prices.
SEE   THEM   AT
W. E. SINCLAIR'S
The Reliable Shoe Man
LOGGER IS DROWNED
AT UNION BAY
Nanaimo, July 13.���A sad drowning
accident occurred yesterday at Union
bay, eleven miles east of Cumberland,
In which Ralph Doane, well known in
the logging industry, lost his life. In
company with a Japanese he started
out from Nenman island In u small
boat to bring a load of freight across
the bay. When some distance out the
boat capsized, throwing both occupants into the water. The Japanese
succeeded In swimming to shore, hut
Doane sank out of sight in deep water.
Deceased was only 22 years of age,
and leaves a wife and one child. The
body will be taken to Bellinghain for
Interment.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
MT       ADVERTISE      -n
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THE       DA I  L Y       NEWS
FOR QUICK RETURNS.
Tempting Low Prices
For this week on warm weather materials
and summer clothing
1st lot
25c each
Dozens of Merry Widow
Bows, Turnovers, i_ace Collars, Tab Collars, etc. Regular  prices  35c   to  50c.
Special price
25c each
Ladies' dainty summer neckweaf
DOWN IN Milt
Regular summer neckwear, mostly
of new styles with an Intermixture bf
early spring styles. A few collars in
the ranges an slightly mussed, which
makes us all the more anxious to
clear them out quickly. Two special
Iota,
2nd lot
50c each
Consists of tbe neatest ind
most terhpting .tyles of this
season's neckwear. T iose
are Lace Tab Collars, Sw'S!
Embroidered Collars, Linen
Collars, etc. Regular pi net
65c to $1.25.
All one price
each 50c
Another line of ladies'
shirt waists
UNDERPRICED AT $2.25 EACH.
Seventy only, fine Mull Mu'lln
and Embroidered Lawn Shirtwaists; trimmed up in a mam.-r
denoting the best taste in designing. The variety and manner
of making emphasize the fact that
our blouses are decidedly il iff eren!
to the ordinary kind. This special
lot Is underpriced for this week;
Regular values $2.50, $2.65 and
$2.75.    All one price   $2.25
This season's newest styles
In Fancy Muslins, 25c Per Yard.
Thirty pieces of fancy Organdies,
Brilliants, Voiles. Swiss .Muslins,
Madras, colored Dimities, etc., 1n
lengths varying from six to twenty-
yards in length. Regular prices
35c, 40c and 45c. Our special sale
this week, per yard   25c
Ladies' and small children's hose
15c   per  pair.
Not our best hosiery by anj
means, but just a few odd lines of
black Cotton Hose for women, aud
white and black American made
Hose for the smaller children; ej-
ceptional value; reliable dye, and
good weight.    Per pair  15c
Remember the special reductions on summer parasols
Every parasol in our stock.reduced   _u  per  cent,  below   regular
price!     Make   your choice  at once.
Children's Parasols, each    25c to 80c
Clearing out our summer sailors
See what we are now selling for 56c each
Fine large and small Straw Sailors, with narrow and wide brims,
mostly white and all this season's styles. The entire lot, some ten
dozen,  regular  prices  65c,   75c, 90c and $100 each.    On special sub
each
50c
Children's wash bonnets
25c each
Cool headwear for tlie small
folks ls essential this weather.
These bonnets are made of Swiss
muslin and lawns, with embroidery trimming, some slightly soiled.
Regular prices 60c to *1.25.
All one  price, each 25c
Girls' white lawn dresses Remember the special sale
of long silk gloves
$1.00   to  $2.50 each.
Neat well made dresses fur girls
from two years to fourteen years
of age; made in French style with
long waist and tucked skirts. Insertion trimming is used in sufficient quantities to become style of
make; white lawn is the material
mostly used in these popular summer wash dresses, and stands all
kinds of wear. The work put into
these little suits is as good as ln
any of our garments . We can
safely   recommend  these  suits.
95c per pair.
only about five dozen left. Grey
Navy, Black, Cream and White;
one or two sizes ln one or more
colors; are sold out, but probably
your size is here yet. 5% to 7V4
inches, 12 button length; durable
finger tip. Regular price per pair
IJ.
Buster Brown suits for
little fellows
Special values this week at $1.25,
$1.50, $1.75  and $2.00.
Regular knockabout summer suits
made of such  materials  as  Uuck.
laiutea. Drill. Linen, etc.. which
���fta^h ln a most satisfactory man-
Sale price     95c. ] ner
Mosquito netting
You may need some; if so, secure
it quickly; only a limited quantity
to be had; Green and Navj only,
per yard     10��-
Camping rugs or shawls
hine heavy plaid and fancy tra-
��� lliflg   rugs   ln several     patterns,
fringed  edg'es.    Most   suitable for
travelling or camp use. Each $1.75
to $3.75
The coolest fabrics for
blouses
Sheer Persian Lawn8, Dimities und Mercerized
Mull. These materials are being Bold in larger
(|tiantlties. No burdon to wear a dress or shirtwaist
of these summer.- materials. We are showing a
new lot.   Per yard 20c to 45c
Washable dress shields
W�� hnvo the best washable Dress Shields; thoroughly oependable qharitles, So many people ask
for them these days; four qualities known as
I'nedlt, Crescent, .lune and Onandoff; three sizes;
all lowly pried, per pair 20c to 40c
��� I
New voile skirts-popular summer styles
. Fine hard finish Voile Skirtsi in the season's
latest New York styles. Thesej new Skirts show
abundance of ribbon trimming! and bias taffeta.
folds;   exceptionally light in weight.      Each   $9.75
to ;    $22.50
i i   ���
Ladies cotton
knit
combinations
White only,   very   fine   rib    and
soft permanent finish; made   with
bow   neck,   short   sleeves.
button
front.    Knee or tiukle lengths.
sizes, each
75c to $1.25.
Another special in wash belts
25c Each.
This time besides offering the best value in
wash Belts lu new styles we clear out some slightly Rolled lines, regular values of which are 3lie. an��1
40c. Most of our wash belts have pearl buckles in
various designs.    All one price, each    25c
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