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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NE w WESTMINSTER, B. C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
VEST [NO BOYS WIN   MONTREAL MINER
ALL ALONG THE LINE     Off 10 IHE BABINE
Sapperton Goes Under By Lucky Cobalt Operat r Seeks
Ten Goals to Nil in Dirty Paying Propositions in
Lacrosse Match. Northern British Columbia
The Westenders had matters .....  Jacobs, a  .   . ,,i[u.
... ty ac Queens   park   yesterd tan wh   amas led
... and thc boys trom the :'d wl"J wa.- a ...   ��� ^era-
suburb  were  in  for a  bad     .    _      f ? ih': Kootenays, will Bail for the
h tonight on th.     , Camo-
�����"��.    He will spend thi     . ex. j
em *\
:,.. .tar*..   The game wan I
snd    George    Rem. ��� ..aing freemilling, sliver-lead   and
��� ���   m_l   too eaSJ with   ..
The    peaalties    i
IMI OF IEHS REFLECTS
NO CREDIT ON CHIEF SPAIN
Parlor Policeman Instructed Sheriff Williams,  of   Bellingham, to Release Man Since Identified as Murderer
of Mrs. Morrison, But Real Officer of the
Law   Knew   Better.
: 'positions in northern Brit-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ -uhia, devoting ,
light in rfwrof tbe methods empl     .   ': ".'   �� the Tell"a and Babine   dis
g .       a was busy in the firs) q .
with Paitchell trying to keep
hini, but ibe first to score  ras    E.
Warwick, five   minutes    from    .-*  .
���-ricts.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
wlli  be accompanied  by    Jack
and Bert MoClarty, two well
1 Q Spokane mining men, ,vh0 own
Cameron put In some good play, and It
valuable    mining   interests
in    the
was not long before E. Warwick ac- ^T "Ver C0UIUry' lhi,t*v miles ^st
mied R. Sanger to the   iress- ��,""!  jUflcUon  'of the ���**>lli*   and
ing room with their __cm    .:   Pet.   - ,     *y ?alleyS'   rhese clainis C<J"'-
son made a plucky effort In goa        * **? 3eV6ra! rk'h oop-?er ani1 **-ver-
the Westend attack  was  de ,A   P���^'"0118.  whose  ledges    are
...;.,   oysMoredts :   '"   be of phenomenal sise   and
bell ring Mr. Jacobs will  devote    a
The g'me was too ooe-sid ''           '-""nation of these
ford much interest, and the h ""                 'to,pi  ��ng various other
dawn  was not equal   to    tt |    '     "Mch haTe been *:'b��>-*-ted to
��t up  by the '     '���      york ���*lil*it*"
. "vhlch   he zed   two
._  under  other colors     Ln -
-.   -..   | tarter the "���'���
.  Swanaon and
sen often seen in action,   c, Ce
cat the most active man oa   I
- le.   Thrice    .... |
��� ��� esders  toon i  the  ..
���i.   relate     the       *
- oi a se.-. -  .    .        -.:
- to have  le
*  - ad - ��� ..-���..
the    .   :  MocKeni e '
. the ctutngr. wai
that tl     - was oo scoring
e si rang on ..     it
SISPECT IN SAPPERTON
L01TEK1S0 USE RELEASED
Man   Answered   Description   of   Party
Who Entered Japanese Boarding
House on  Monday.
'he   ch olici
. :
Cameron, the Courts faction alter the man wanted for en-
off th . -
.ton si ie  - . ..ii in-
��� rfort.
���  - snd '.'-:... i .-. *- * boardin* houa
rirtk
..-*���"���     u'"1 taU   '       '      '
a     ��� '*" ������'���   '
got to .lows near the fence and were **> *e,K rr,i,1;    '
. ,, i di laid, (  i  ���   I   ��� *     on
I ,, a.lieil   vitji   ii.ii  of a  man   v -
esn, behaving -     tspiclous
* . .i.     ��� . .       Ming  *eu
Sapperton "a r ���;__________________________________________________________���
��t before the finish, and   to '     *"  ������������--*--��� : "'     V   ""^
-.li*- com  - I  I      iiii ".        ' -n::iy hun.
*   red at least a sotitar    . hi   3lw l-omP"
!_____     .      __._.    ln    __n___iiann_    .plenseit.
������ i) ... * brtch thej   kept n      ���     on
irds the ________________________________________________________><.
tion will not be published, but   it is
loknowladge     ta     saslttanoa
,  ..,,,   inline   ,     .,..   ipemtor  it
,   si   li'iini. who warned 'hem of
lonald vi.; ���! n:- nta lila     dg
with   he  . ipaaese  i nana    who   saw
, :     ,i   ionsequenoa released.
In the Interests at tisdee   ha dBsario-
Penalties.
, . titcc ��� (J.   Spring,
��� -
���I     Quarter���Swanson.    tad    C ,
fin minutes;  P> id B.
���* irn ck,   three   minutes;   D   Spring.
Unites.
*;.     tnartei ��� SIM*
��� -
Goals.
��� ,   . E. Warwick   5 fs.
G   Spring   i,;1.-.   min.-i.i.  Sw.anson  I
Second    quarter���E.    Warw,.-..
min.),  E.   Warwick    (1% mins.i.
iter i-',  mins.i.
��� i tarter��� E.    Warwick
min I, it. Sangster (���''���_ nun- I. Swa
'      *   mi!.t I. G. 3prin* 11'*-. m
teams were: H	
'���    ! Sli i"'0"*      bishops from all  parts of
  Ooal   i''r*-   ���'���  wq    ,,.,   d   i tenm   n        !""    "ul
point     .... F'.rrM   u     u    ��������� ,��� ������..* dlooesa   on
" s. ring   ..Corn Poinl      Cam  on .
Ralbraith..1st Defence   Ft   M.i.Ken/.ie ! iiii|.,,,,     ,.,      i.  fund
[1
the raasnttB uf the .uspect when he
went. In tha dapol in wme small
errand;
SISHQP5  WILL LAY
M1LL0N3   ON   ALTAR
Loudon. June 2d.���The P'm- Vuuican
. rrass closed  asi  tight with a :nasi_
���   Ing   for  women m
..her     Hull.
.1
which  waa    presided    over    by tha
Bishop of !.��anion.   Thd lav waa sixuit
cal large  luvoUonal meetingBi
A t_uu_lwgi��ing lervina u *^t. Paula
cafhedral wlD  ia tta d   il   to tn   a lay
ch    two    hundred    and   flftsv
at  wliic
ter .Sod Defence
8   ��� ;rd Defescc ..   < ��� ���
v- '-'-arwi.-i,        Costn Cherry
��� '  .   . Jrd Home  .  E  ..!'���
I:' VVarwieh ^nd Home Wa
'' O'Connor.... 1st Rome ...F. Hume
Q  Si rlng.a.OBtsJds H'-ni.*      I harry
"' '    --m   . .Inside  Home  ..W. CotttM
 ; _
Social  Nets Big Sum.
;ly a hiindri-d dollar   wa ���'
��� ���' ������ cream and strawhoTr**   ocial
^sm	
..i   tunoun
.
mania Committer M��*ifc
t   i.i e��wul    ���  oeetlng  it'tl       '
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: ^ ���;'   :?Ai
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^ curs.on >o IKdlln��,i ��"
esterttaj emtlng in the lecture ft ,������ ,���,,; monttt
��,     oatrui ted     "     ''���
n .... oi VJU-09BVW  1; 0ldw
'""" ' t st. Andrews cliurcb under tha
ces of ih,. women's su-tiiiary. A
cr��wded atiemlnnre was present *a-
'" 'ate in th*-- evening, when the
Sphering broke up after most of the
��� had (Ken dlfspoood of. Among    r)il
who  aaalHted   in   the   sven <���
in.  wers Mis:.    Laird    (accom-1
-   ���  0, sofe;  Miss E, Stoat, loto; -f-
Fiilodeau, solo;  i.  h. ha  if, ��oll);
w-  Keary,  violin  solo.    The    Smith-
Insley orchestra  was  In    sttendan ���
'     " .'Tn" ,ho posslWUty oi* secur-
That the capture of James Jenkins, the suspect now In the provincial
jail awaiting trial on a charge bf murdering Mrs. Mary Morrison, WAS not
in any way due to the shrewdness or ability of Chief Constable ]���'. Stanley
Spain is conclusively shown by the following story taken from a Ii-'HIiik-
ham paper. The action of Spa'n in instructing Sheriff Williams io release
Jenkins is on a liar with his conduct on the day of the murder, when lie
withheld all informal ion concerning the crime from the city police, the
Vancouver police,-and other interested parties until several hours after he
had been notified of the tragedy. Had it not heen for the lure of bis
feather bed, il is doubtful is Spain would have made any reporl of the
murder to his superior officers until even later, but the gloomy prospftcl of
spending a night in the woods around Hazelmere on the hunt for a deSper
ate murderer proved too much tor the head of the Westminster provincial
police force and  he returned tO his downy couch.
The cleverness of Mr. Spain is demonstrated  by the following;
(Extract from the Bellingham Herald of Tuesday, June 23.)
"Jenkins, who closely resembles the descriptions sent out. of the murderer, was arrested at Wickershain shortly after the murder upon the Instructions of Sheriff Williams, of Bellingham, who ordered all his deputies
to watch out for suspicious characters. Jenkins refused to account for his
movements on June S or 9, the day preceding and the day of the murder,
When asked why he was wearing two undershirts and no overshirt, he snld
he had torn up the shirt at Nooksack and thrown it away because it was
soiled.
"At the time Jenkins was arrested a description of him was sent to New
Westminster. Constable Spain did not think much of the suspect, and asked
Williams to release him. This Williams refused to do, instead having
Jenkins sentenced to ninety days at the poor farm for vagrancy. Then he
went to the other Bide  and laid his case before Constable Spain in detail.
"Aa a result of Sheriff Williams' persuasion, Spain, .Mr. Morrison and
the little girl, who was with her mother at the time of the assault, went
to Bellingham and the trill picked him ont. as the guilty party."
Spain left yesterday morning for Blaine,  presumably on the bunt  for
e evidence.   His movements were as beautifully mysterious as usual.
: ;
Westro  .
WHISKY SEIZED WHEN     i LUMBERMEN DESIRE TO SEE
LABEL CLASHED K ITH LAW | DUTY DN PINE AND HEMLOCK
TR4M PICNIC WILL GO
TO LAffeK a
Kfi.
*,<n
Monday, July 20, Is Dale
Fixed for Popular Excur-
Bion���Sports and Dance.
The annual picnic of the B. 0. IS. it.
employees, which la undertaken under
tha auspices ot the Bmployeea sickness and  lleni'voleiil  association, will
lie held nt Langley this year, tho date
Qnally settled upon being Monday,
July lio. Rosa Jamie-son, chairman of
the committee appointed to look after
Ull  details,   weul   up   to   l.angley   )*eB-
(eniay to make arrangements tor the
handling of the crowd which Is lUfO
to take In Ihis favorite excursion, and
also  tO  select  ii  Suitable  spot,  where
athletic sports, races, baseball    and
other games may be held. He will
also endeavor to hire a large hall for
the purpose of holding n dance during the evening.
Associated In the energetic commit
tee with Mr. Juniiesou arc Lanoe
Grimmer, Jack Archibald and two
others.   Two river steamers, probably
the licaver and the Ittiiiionn, wlll lie
chartered for the occasion, the bouts
leaving the C. P. N. wharf nl eight
o clock In the morning and returning
Into at night.
:PIY R_..IV.D fill*,-
SHAMROCK SKREIARV
Stipuua.r.on Made That Majority of Goals Shall Decide Fate of Cup.
A  telegram  was received yesterday
afternoon by ii, Ryall, secretary   of
Westminster Lacrosse club, from
Ilie
FHii;_ CANADIANS FEAR
LOSS OF THEIR MNIillAht
St. Jean Baptiste Society Deplores In
troduction of English Trade Terms
in Business Circles.
Canadian  Cub''   Irr.prope-ly   Labelled i Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier   Informs   Oeputa-
Is Held by American Customs
Booze Will  Be Destroyed.
tion   He   Will   Protect   Interests
of the Western People.
Detroit. Mich.. June 16. -Tne federal j    Ottawa^     June  25.���-The    Canadian
authorities today seized a quantity of   Lambsnnen'a Association  wa . formed
Canadian Club  whisky in    thia   city
viiich is valued at $*&ft*9   ll was dis-
���"i[ not to have been labelled in
lames with the requirements of
lie pure food law.
v. hrtsereatlasg situation was <je-
reioped as a result of the action of
he tuthorittea, tor ir. is not 'bought
i.i tha whisky can be redeemed by
tha distributing firm, and there are
many who are willing* to "take a
chance" on the nnlabelled article, and
would like to be present when it is
���destroyed.'*
SEATTLE NEWSPAPER
REPORTED TO BE SOLO
Seattle, rune 25.���A story Is in e.ir-
eulacnii o lie effled ha; the Gug-
genhaltns have lurcBased the Post-in-
tBlligenner. The reBorl cannot be con
finned tore, as Fohn; I. Wilson, owner, and fflfrastus Brainer I adUxn. we
iuth in the east
, lay o at ��� as a general advisory
boaard lo deal with matters affecting
tne trade. Th��; capital represented is
about ���_..*.,uuti.uoO. The new president
ele< tod .v.is 3. R. Booth, Ottawa, who
presided. A permanent, secretary will
ne  appointed.
Afterwards a deputation asked the
Premier and   Minister of Customs  to
impose a  dni.v  on southern  pine and
hemlock brought, into Canada. Sir Wilfrid   Laurta   will consider this,    but
intimated that no restrictions will he
I imposed that would act as an obstacle
to western peopte receiving what lum-
I ber  they   required.    The   lumbermen
: said the duty would not have any ef-
i teet in the West where white pine is
| mainly used.
Montreal, June 2.*..��� Passionate appeal, to French-Canadians to preserve
thei, language and their custom, unsullied by contact with English-, pe.ik
Ing countrymen, were made In an ad-
dreeg delivered last night at the It
lean ffaptiste demonstration in the
I town of St. Ixruls.
Canon f/epallleiir pointed out flint
the French language was being con
laminated by the use of Knglisb winds.
especially in the industrial and business world, and said that the St.
lean Baptists society ought to make
it. ils business to provide proper
nomenclature of French business nnd
industrial terms.
Mr. Arthur Hrossard. K. P., pointed
out the danger there was from thp
element that was pouring In, especially in the northwest, bnt said that if
Que. ee. that bulwark of French-Canadian nationality, stood firm, there was
hope for those settled elsewhere. The
gwthering was estimated at 20,1.00 people.
Mr. Uunny, secretary-treasurer of the
.Montreal Shamrocks, lu which the
sender Itateg thai the holders of the
Minto cup have agreed to play two
games against the Westminster team
on July LM and 11, tbe dans proposed
by the local club. Mr. l.unny makes
the stipulation that only two matches
be pluyod, the winners of the cup to
be decided by the majority of goals
(���.cored iu the two games. Tlie Minto
cup rules provide for the holding of
tlie cup by the winning of one match,
the best two out of three matches, or
by a majority of goals scored in two
games,
A meeting of the executive of the
local Cltlb is tO be held today at Ryall's
store for the purpose of discussing
the terms proposed by Mr. huuny. No
answer has as yet .been received to
Hie message sent to P. 0. Hoss, one
of the trustees of the cup. informing
him that the Westminsters had forwarded a (jhallenge to the Shnmn.rks.
The consent of flos. is necessary before any matches can be played for
the Minto cup.
REWARD IS OFFERED FOR
RECOVERY OF DIAMOND.
INJUNCTION  AQAINST
ORDER OF FORESTERS
DEADLOCK ON ELECTION BILL
IS PRACTICALLY ENDED
..I id
arrentl!    ������
,,;.     iravided
SIR
CHARLES   -..ai.EF.T
RESIGNS  IN  PICTOU
Favor Trawlers.
D��;��;  lune 25,-Tfce steamer
Caasoi S.ft. ^..(oiu,
Wren.   I   "'������""   ''"
"** will   *     o
Halifax, lune 25,   31i  Charlsa
dipper hm;  lent   i  letter to Che
ore of  EBOtou oonnt '   regretfully
tendering his twignatiun "ts  i candl-
til te   or I'lciou count ������    In n letter he
���.   he IS eonl'Idt-nt thai 'be Consa*
natives will win at the  iojei
���ier: ions.
Harry  Hemming May  Lease Oriard.
Wetorta, June SBC. -Hurry Hemming,
ol Vancouver, bus been   n the city In :
oonneetion with negotiations towarde
tlie purchase of the lease ol the Drhird
hotel. A roport fiTim Vancouver aiys
thai ihe negotiations Have been ooffl
Rochester.  N.   Sf��� Jim*.  ..*,     A   leni-
,.nrary injunction  was granie.i paster
day by .lusiici. ii. A. I'-tenton. restrain
bag 'he supreme court of t.he    lade
,����- ident Order of Foresters from    in
i ivasing its  present  lneuTJ_n<de  raites
;;endln�� im* action    brought*    on  Stmt
poin.  by Henry T. Sinimelinlc at   illicit.v.
The matter of increasing ihe t9M*
mr Ihaurancs lo ffifll fraternal ovd.-r
i will Uf taiosn up at the con vent ins in
Toronto ihis year. 1,'iulev the presem
order, it will lie impossible for _fW_
order t<. put  ihe Increase into enV.T.
Concsssiofis   Reported  to   Have   Been
Made by Both Parties���Prorogs-      ,
tion About July 18.
Thousand    Dollars    in    Gold   Will    Be
Given  to   the   Party   Restoring
Stolen Drill Diamonds.
Spokane, June 20.���One thousand
dollars in gold is offered as n reward
in Spokane for the recovery of eighteen black diamonds nnd sixty chip
diamonds, valued at |_.if,000 stolen
from the Diamond Drill company at
the Centre Star mine, Rossland, B. C.,
on the morning of June 21. The diamonds were owned by Fred Stone and
11. II. Knight, of Spokane, who used
theni in drilling.
While there is no clue, the police
believe that someone familiar with the
offices is responsible for the loss of
the gems. The workmen fastened the
door when they quit work on the night
of June 21, but failed to place the
diamonds in the safe. On their return the following morning they found
the door unlocked and the stonee
gone. Thomas Conner, manager el
the company at the mine, and the
night watchman, say they did not
notice anyone in the office after the
workmen left the building.
The police at Rossland are of the
opinion that an attempt will be made
So bring the diamonds into the United
States, where they can he disposed of
easiiv for the reason they nre not
registered.
Ottawa,    June     2:..
I.mr'er  and   lion    ft.  L.
now   practically   readied
Sir     Wilfrid
it'.rdcn  have
an     under
siamling on the election bill, there be
ing concessions on both sides
The   balance of  sessional    business
will b�� pill through as speedily as pos
afble  anil    prorogation    Is    expected
about July   _g,
FLOOD DAMAGES REACH
..',000,000 FOR REPAIRS
Newlngton Going South.
The steamer Xewington iB being
prepared tor the voyage to Mexico
early aeM week, whore the historical
pleted aud that the purchaser hns ob- j vessel is to be engnged In the fruit
tained a long lease of Ihe premises. "."Tying trade. Captain Shadforth,
Van Den the proprietor H the who is to command the Newlngton, is
Driard. denies that mv sale has taken j now on his way to this city from San
place although m-goilatlons have been Francisco according to advice..- re-��
,,,������,���;���,,, vl.ich have proved fruit- jooived yesterday by Al* %,J. Fadeless owing to i	
l the premises.
T ii-onia. June _&��� No-'ihern Pacific
Of-fofa.* estimate lhat the repent
floods in Moniana will cosi their road
approximately fl.000,000 for repairs,
in the neighitovhood of 6000 men will
be employed making the repairs which
oonslst of rebuilding bridges, reconstructing grades and cnlverts and
putting cute ln order. Work is now
rigorously  pushed on the   re*
difficulty ln obtaining  lute owner of the boat
sBB_aaaa_____^H
���
a. '(.nig lease
���-"���"'ighont the evening.   A consider   8cotJ.and, and;*^ (i���
'in was realized b> the en |��t_a   i,ocal ���.������������������'���''"'   ' (     , ,;   ,jy^ u
e|Torts of twelve little girls, who sold Ion the Introdut''
Plant KMW0 Trout.
ilvneit, June 25.-���Ten thousand
young 'tout from the stato hatchery
ai startup were today placed in Craft*
li. cry, crabapple and Kl ia_Ms\ |Rnt|
oi  darysville. by H. L. Waiata. m *%+
IndianReeervt Auctioned.
Ottawa, June 25.���An auction
of the Daokls Indian    reserve
plaoe yesterday.   Eight berths
���aid for $.71,:..ai, and at the   lowest
sale
took
were
Vancouver"
Butte ........
ea at retail prices.
tensiveprotwrtro-waertell^ 'yield IU71.W,
MAN  WHO  SLEPT  FOR
THIRTEEN DAYS DEAD
Spokane,  June   _t     Or.  W.  B.   Kg-
beri. who three months ago became au
object of Interest to the medical profession because he slept thirteen .Jays:
wMhout waking a moment, died today..
He was 66 vears old. He came to
Spokane from Seattle about a yesr
airo'
I
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.,
Farmer Poisoned by Weed.
Chatham, Ont., June 25.���Donald
Johnson, one of the .best known residents of Harwick township, la d��*d
from blood poisoning caused, it is supposed, by poison from mustard weed
getting into a finger from the prick
of a thistle. j
*'��"    -.:..____i,      .
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Brazil to Btflld Armada.
London, June il���It Is stated oh
reliable .authority that Brazil has
placed orders flth British ship yards
Ior twonty-i_i*fA,"warships, including
three battleship of the Dreadnought
type, with the slipulatiun that all the
eatlmste it is expected Uiat, IncludHJ
dues from timber,   the reserve   wlU kvM___.s must be isllf H_|g ln Septan-1
���;js.
YCBTCRDAY'S  SPOUTS.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
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FRIDAY,  JUNE 26
1908.
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77iis /s My 65th Birthday
Sereno E. Payne.
Sereno E. Payne, the veteran representative in congress of the
Thirty-first district of New York, was born June 26, 1843, in Hamilton, N. Y. a\t an early age his family removed with him to Auburn
and has since made that city his home. He was graduated from the
University of Rochester and was .admitted to the bar in 1866. His
first public office was that of city clerk of Auburn, which he filled
from 1868 to 1S71. He subsequently was elected supervisor, district
attorney, and member of the board of education. He was elected to
the forty-eighth congress and has been re-elected biennially ever
since, with the exception of one term. Mr. Payne was a member of
the British and American joint high commission in 1S99, and as a
member of the committee on ways and means he helped to frame
the McKinley and the Dingley tariff bills. Since 1899 he has been
chairman of the ways and means committee and one ofthe recognized
Republican leaders of the House of Representatives. He is a close
friend of Speaker Cannon and during the legislative session the two
usually leave the capital together and stroll down Pennsylvania avenue arm in arm when the day's work is done.
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This Date in History
For Sale ������:��� fo Rent ���:- Etc.
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WANTED���Waitress, inquire at Windsor hotel.
TO LET���First class rooms with   or
without board. Apply Guichon hotel.
FOUND���Bay mare, white hind foot,
white star on forehead. Inquire
Thompson's Livery Stable, Columbia street. If not claimed within
seven clays from date, June 24, will
be sold at defray expenses.
WANTED���Night fireman for shingle
mill; must have fourth class papers.
Apply Dominion Shingle Conipany.
LOST���Black Spanish lace scarf, between Royal avenue and Queens
avenue, on First or Second street.
Finder please return to News office
and receive reward.
WANTED��� Nurse maid. Apply Mrs.
Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
LOST���On B. C. E. R. car or in city,
ladies' gold watch, set with diamonds. Finder rewarded on returning same to Westminster Clothing store.
LOST���Brown leather ease contain ng
telescopic bus. Finder please return to Daily News office and obtain
reward.
WESTMINSTER Realty ami Employment Agency, 266 Columbia Street.
Furnish male and female help to
employers at short notice, and free
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922.
WEST a\I 1 N S T E R EMPLOYMENT
. _.E.\'CY���Under new management.
236 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
:.inds of help promptly, free of
eharge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
FARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Facific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. fi, Phone
31129.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Phone  431. P.O.Box  885.
"The Milwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and iMninrr *:ts on alii their trains and
give '���>. i - trons an excellence of
servi.     i     . btainable elsewhere.
������-_. ... ROWE. General Agent
ru Third %U. enr M**r ^i**tl��*\A. Or.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying paasengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross snd White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver, B. C
JUNE 26.
-Louisburg taken by the Eng
under Amherst.
lish
1830���William IV. succeeded George
IV. in England.
1849���British navigation acts repealed.
1S62���General Pope .assigned to the
command of the army of Virginia.
1889���Simon Cameron, of Pennsylvania, died. Born March S,
1799.
1893���The Chicago anarchists pardoned by Governor Altgeld of
Illinois.
1899���International Council of Women
met in London.
1907���In the British House of Commons a resolution in favor of
curtailing the power of the
House of Ixirds was passed.
Any good tailor can give you
a better suit for $40 than you
can get in Progress Brand
Clothing for $20.
But���
Compare the tailor's $20 suit with a
Progress Brand $20 Suit.
Then you'll see for yourself that Progress
Brand, at its price, is incomparably the
greatest value in Canada. 5
LProgress Brand Clothing-
���Sold and Guaranteed by
H. Ls DEBECK
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CUSTOMS OFFICIALS.
When Orders
for Coal
are sent us we lose no time in
filling them. We .are prepared
to take care of all orders
promptly and correctly.
Our coal is not the cheapest
in the market in price, but you
will find it is cheapest in the
end���gives more heat and is
free from slate and dirt.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
RUTCHE
COLUMBIA
STREET
Pkone 101 PKone 101
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Easy Payments
Those of England Called the Moat
Obliging and Helpful.
There Is no country where the matter of landing from American passenger ships is so easy and so expeditiously done as England, says the Travel
Magazine. Of course it is a free trade
country, the freest iu the whole world.
There are duties levied ou tobacco aud
spirits, but travelers are allowed a
half pound of tobacco in any shape and
a half pint of spirits, which also Includes perfume. Sugar is dutiable,
whether ln grain, sweets or in jam, but
u small quantity is freely passed. In
all cases, however, these goods must he
the actual property of the pns.sen-jer
and be for his use and control. Cocoa,
coffee and tea are also dutiable, as are
reprints of English books. Outside of
these things, as named, passengers fau
bring in anytfilng ��� motors, cycles,
horses, but not dogs, which animals a
not to exceed six mouths' quarantine
awaits. Keep' dogs ou .he American
side. The customs officials are life appointees���under the civil service���and
will be found most obliging and helpful. In fact, they are a model tr> the
customs world. Tell the truth nt all
times to these ollirinls and you will lie
all right. They are niarvclously keen
on spotting the supposedly smart liar.
Lying doesn't pay "annyhow, Hinues-
��y!" at home or abroad.
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Lots facing Moody Square, $50 cash
and $10 per month.
A few lots near Vancouver Car Line and
New West End School Site, $25
cash and $10 per month.
Cottage in the same locality, $375 cash,
balance $15 per month.
SILVERWARE
We have just opened up a swell line of SILVER GOODS :
BAKE  DISHES BON  BON   DISHES       DESSERT   SETS
BERRY   DISHES PICKLE  DISHES BERRY   SETS
CAKE  DISHES BUTTER   DISHES SPOON  TRAYS
FERN   DISHES TEA  SETS CAKE TRAYS
PRIZE CUPS CANDELABRA
SEE  OUR  WINDOW  DISPLAY.
I P. PEEBLES
REAL ESTATE
BROKER
% FIRE AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE VALUATOR.
\ 1   Phone 307. , # P.  O. Box  13.
a
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tW. C. CHAMBERLIN  ""- '""'" I
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Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
BEST   QUA__ITY
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Electric Railway Service j
TESTATORS' LAST WISHES.
Strange   Requests   Regarding   the   Ar-
rangement of Funerals.
Sir James Colquhoun's desire to be
burled In full evening dress costume
recalls, says the London Standard, co-
rlous Inst wishes of other testators.
Oeorge Herring directed that his remains should He beneath a sundial at
the Haven of Rest, Maidenhead. Queen
Victoria planned the entire programme
for her funeral, e*"*t choosing the music to be played, tiie anthems to be
sung.
A couple of months ago a young lady
who died at Relgate on the eve of her
wedding was burled ln her bridal
dress, the friends who were to have
been her bridesmaids attending the
funeral in the gowns which they should
iave worn at the wedding and carrying
tn place of wreaths tbe wedding bouquets.
More singular was the funeral of
Major General Algernon Stewart at
Huscombe, Surrey. The coffin was
drawn to tbe grave by the dead man's
horse. The mourners walked, and the
bearers wore old fashioned smocks,
each with its collar adorned with s
text. The same men appeared in thei,
mourning garments at the church sere
ice on tho UUawipe _te__d_��-
Shakespea.e or ShaJttperer
It ia not to be wondered nt t__v
boys and girls are sometimes pjz
lied over the spelling of the great
poet's name. It is written in thre.
different ways���Shakespeare, Shak
���peare and Shakspere. Which ���*.
these is right? The lirst is gener
ally preferred, though many of out
best scholars write it Shaksporc
contending that it is right because
his autograph signature appears it
that form. At the same time ii
���hould be remembered that th.
name appeared as Shakespeare oi
the title page of books that he su
nerintended, and this warrants tin
belief that he accepted it as the cor
reet spelling, in spit* of tbo tut.-*
graph signature. There is very lit
Ua authority for the, form Bbaa
lnterurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wav
stations will run every half-
hour   from   5:50 a. m.     Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last ear I v. Vancouver U'.'iO.)
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
a.. _,���., c���, ,���,. .���_f   MAYERS y PRESTON
:
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20  a.  m. ���
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave J
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
8unday Service nair-nourty between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
P. O. Box   345
���Phone   106.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SKID. -  - NEW IS.IH.iE3
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., ltd
Remove An  Eyesore
Nothing gives a bright residence a
yreater setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn. And, yet! What ia more
pleasing than a well kept greensward.
A little attention will reward you
with a Beau Brumme) garden, instead
of one looking for all the world like
a dirty, tattered, listless Hobo.
When you purchase your lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
out and disgusted. We have a large variety in stock, including the latest,
and easiest ball bearing mowers yet invented, and we respectfully solicit
your critical Inspection.
We have garden tools and implements in stock calculated to satisfy
We most fastidious, and economical buyers. Also an extensive stock of Bee
supplies.
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves    Brackman &  Ker    wharf,
New  Westminster,  Tuesday's, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
R. WHITMORF. Secretary.
jaEPPEi
CANADIAN PACIFIC
iiTitiiiriit.___Qti.w_a
i*M
lTOErf_#^Bo<
|     BOOKING TO   AND   FROM   ANY
I 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.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
HARDWARE,  ETC.
Limited
COLUMBIA  8TREET
ii FOR SALE.
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which wejwill
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
it*, the southeast quarter ol* sect.on 11,
township Z, New Westminster district.
A certificate ot Indefeasible title to
thu above property will be issued to
James G. Smith on the fourth day of
June, 1908, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or Interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 2, 1��.<W.
The person or persons having ln
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the __aid
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
wtltt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
In fee.
January 9, 1886���Montague William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEARSON,
i*P!? _.. *#**���
Westminster
Transfer Co
Ofllce 'Phone 185.      Barn   Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets oa  sale    to all
European points,
���pedal   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates to  Southeii.  California.
For full Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. U
JL D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore,
.-.____utf frid
\Y. JUNE
IPOS
THF. DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling oi havini
ings Account?
THENECESSm ,,  never been
more apparent than at the present time
���-���-������   The ===__,
ROYAL BANK^AWAIU
invite*-- you to join thc I:.:-., numbc H
INTEREST ADDED 4 TH W��m-
Put your n��*r,., acce8sibl(   , (    '
BANKING *.. MAIL A SPEC] i  T'
START NOW-DQN-. DELAY
New Westminster Li.-,-,, H       r    D    , w,-.    _.
r* b. LYLE,  Mgr.
At
Ryall's Drug Store
yesterday the following conversation
ensued between a punster and
the proprietor:
entered    thc
���������-������ ������^ar?,*,,
���*l want some consecrated ly< ,.,   ,���. Blowjj
chemist's store.
"You mean concentrated lye ...... th.  proprietor, as he sweetly
smiled upon the man.
������Well, maybe I do.   It does nut-mej Keren��   though,   it's what
I camphor, anyway.   What does it sulphur?"
r     "Twenty-five cents a can."
"Then you can give me a can 1"
"I have seldom cinnamon who thought himself aa witty as you." said
the chemist, in a gingerly manner, feeling called upon to do a little
punning himself.
"Well, that's not Lad, either," laughed the customer, with a syruptlclous
smile. "I ammonia a novice al the business, though. I've soda good many
puns that other punsters were credited with. Hon < ver, 1 don't care a copperas far as I am concerned. Wehave had a pleasant time and 1 shall
caraway���"
But the chemist had gone to  wall on another customer.
If you can't see de jok, get your eyea Bin with specs al ryall'S and
vou won't have any trouble.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Wartur ait titer* and Dtattr* in All Kind* ot
I Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
WHEN   BOSTON   SHOOK.
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True  Art Clothes Talk
Below Is the nam. o. Canada's leading
brand of up-to-date ready for s.rvic.
clothes.
As in all lines ef business there are
many other make: of clothing quits
worthy of their claim, and th.rc ar_
many that ars net.
"FASHION-CRAFT"    .!c.h?s   th
not mad_ to enter competition, but they
are made to app.al te those who are
seeing for a high class articl. at any
price.
Htzy are made fsr that ease of
emergency vrtS��r�� a dress suit Is wanted
in a hurry and the VERY VERY b��t
required.
Irrtproeehably well tailored
DRESS SUITS
from $30.
H. L. DeBECK
New Westminster.
*r>  Esr-thqu.-ke That  Recked the  CHy
fCoveir.be., 1755.
On Novwnber *I8, 1786, "a little after
' i ou n serene and pleasant nt'_*ht,"
Boston wns mused by an earthquake
whicb '.fisted nearly live minutes. A
writer nf the times gives an account
Of the catastrophe, ami Re", llonrj
White quotes it lu his "Early Efistory
' of New England:"
One hundred chimneys were leveled
to the roofs of the houses nnd fifteen
hundred were shattered In pnrf. The
streets wore covered with bricks which
hnd fnllcn. The ends of "brick houses
were thrown' down.
It was first Introduced with a noise
I0_e several conches rattling over pavements, or rnther like ninny carl loads
j of paving stones thrown down. The
first motion was a strong pulsation,
which threw my house upward. Immediately after a tremor succeeded;
then Instantly n quick vibration with
sudden .lories followed.
The   first  view  1  had  was  of  the
! steeples of the churches, and I was
glad  to  see them  standing,  but  the
; spindle and vane of Fnneull Hall
market were thrown down.
Mnny persons ran Into the streets,
shrieking with apprehension of Its being the last day or the Judgment, and
1 sonic thought they heard the last
trumpet sounding nnd cried; for mercy.
The beast creatures lowed, the birds
fluttered ta surprise, and all the nni-
', mal creation was tilled with terror.
Every face looked ghnstly, and many
knees smote together.   Never was such
--a
GILLETTS
HIGH
GRADE
PHTunR
IBSOLUTELYPURE.
SOLD IN NCKABES AND CAMS.
Same Price as the cheap
adulterated kinds.
E.W.GILLETT ffiSFMK
TORONTO.ONT.
a scene of disaster in New England be
fore.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN & CO,
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
dont borrow meoicine. Front Street    TrastlUoGk
orce
Three
packages
foi
25c.   Sells regit-
iarly
at
two pack
ages for 25c.
\Y.
have some
No
1 potatoes
at
$1.50
pe
* sack, or
fift
y pounds for
85c.
THIS
Is
���1 low price.
as they are
very
scare
e.
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Physician Points Out the Grave Danger
of Such a  Course,
"And whatever yon do," said a doctor to a poor patient, "don't take nny
borrowed medicine."
"Wasn't that an unnecessary caution'-" asked n woman who happened
to be present.
"Not ln this neighborhood," said the
doctor. "It ls a common thing for people down here to lend medicine. They
do lt, of course, to help each other
nlong. So far as 1 know, no one hns
paid the penalty of this neighborly
kindness with his life, but lt Is the
greatest wonder in the world that one-
half tho peoplo ln the neighborhood
hasn't poisoned the other half.
'The first thing a sick person dooa ls
to describe his symptoms to his friends.
Ho is pretty sure to find somebody In
tho crowd who has been afflicted with
apparently the same ailment. Usually
tbe former patient nns some of the
medicine left and straightway it ls
proffered os a possible cure.
" 'Vou might Just as well have It,'
says the kindly neighbor. 'It will be
pretty sure to help you nnd will save
doctor's bills.'
"Of course lt doesn't do anything of
the kind. Nine times ont of ten the
stuff taken was prescribed for an entirely different ailment nnd miikes the
patient worse than he was In the begin
ning. but until the altruistic spirit results ln some serious accident the practice is likely to eentinue."���Xew York
Press.
Notice re Water Rates
Phone 97.
| IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New  WftBtmilister. Telephone 333.
I       You Have Seen the       2
Hawcs $100 Hat'
Advertised in All the Leading Periodicals
The Chatty English.
Kvery Englishman likes to be alone
and hnvo things to himself. If he cannot choose his conipany, he would rath
er have none. Englishmen nre proud
_f the national Idiosyncrasy, yet here
comes ono who. knowing nil this, pays
It no deference, hut sets the national
tradition at defiance nnd forces his In
truslve presence on you. Why does
this denationalized Englishman, when
he mny be as solitary ns you wish to
bo yourself, not act ns every true Englishman ought and go Into the next
carriage or take n seat at the other
.ide of the room as for away ns he
can got from you? Hy all aoknowl
edged laws of English intercourse he
ousht ns much to dislike being nenr
yon ns you dislike to be near him.
London Saturday Review.
This is the same hat we
are sole agents here for
���l , i n iofl felt, color"! or ulack. Our price is fS'.W, tho ..riv
,,s uli'M'i'".! This is ib" ivsi $:'.('(*, hi. on mo market, ufilon
made.
Miraculous Cures.
Reginald of liurhaiu. who wrote n
chronicle some I line before 1105, as
������'eels that a young English nobleman
was cured of leprosy al the sbrluo of
f5t. Cuthbert In Durham cathedral and
that n young *y6mon who had been for
the space or throe years flu inmate of
a large hospital established nt Badelo,
i,cnr f'Arlington, In tho flloeuse of
Durham, wns miraculously healed nf
the shrine of St. frodrlc r.\. Fln.-lnbil.
In the presence of Ralph ffagot, aher
Iff of the county, nnd Norunm, parish
priest of fin 11 lune.   St. .Tunics' Gfh_k*tte
The following resolution was passed
i at the regular meeting of the    City
! Council on June 1, 1908:
I
"That the water vines to be paid by
j .onsuniers be amended as follows*.
"(1)     That the  water supplied    to
i Chinese houses  and all other houses
| and  offices  in   connection   with  saw-
' mills or other industries be charged at
the  household  meter rate,    that   .all
I sawmill  stables be  charged    at   the
| schedule  rate per  horse.     (2)     That
| ihe   minimum  charge    to    household
meter  services  be  increased  to $1.S7
per month, subject to the usual rebate.
(3)    That the minimum meter charge
to  business meter    services    he    in-
<".<��� ased to $2.00, subject to the usual
rebate.    (1,    That the irrigation rate
by meter bo lnemasod to 20 ctnts per
1'Xi  cubic feet.    (5)    That the meter
rent,  for one half    inch    and    three-
quarter Inch meters be 25 cenls per
month, nett."
W". A. DUNCAN,
'     City Clerk.
I City Hall, .lune 4, 19��S.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*.
j     Family trade a specialty.
J Tel.  113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   ����.   C.
! Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
FRONT  STREET
PllillipS, Wardrote (Mm
Bank of Montreal ���   Sofe Agents for WestminsteT
i,:sT\r.i.iaHiiin .bit.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
��14,4C0.0CC.t/-
111.000.000.00
L
It Didn't  Break.
A little girl hold d mirror up  before
it visitor's face nnd sisked, "Po you see
yourself In It?"
"Yes, my darling."
"Are yon quite sure?"
"Yes.    Why should T not?'
"Because  1   heard  nuiinma say  lb*,
other  day   that   If  you   over  peeped
Into a looking glass you'd smash It all
Into tiny little bits!"
j The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south ��o Ross-
i land, Nelson and intermediate poirts
connecting at Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connect*- at Rossland with the C.n-
uli.iii   Pacific   Railway   for   Boundary
��� ("reek points
1    hhects  at    _..eyer��    Fal'.J    with
-tagc ('lily foi   Republic |
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane   and   Nelson.
EfTectivt.    Sunday,    November    it\
1901.
Leave            Day Train Arriye
yio a.m Spokane  7.15 p.m.
i2.j$ p.m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
u.40 ��.m ^Jelsnn 6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
*���**. throughout Canada *��d ^fbnndl^l ��-   ��jl��Jg   ���**
���ral B^pclng  Bustm-iss Transac.   xl.
*.��*** ** Credit tss���o,t. ��������� �� B ���on,enu m a.l  cart, ot the
World.
_ i�� _.,r.u of M and upwards,
��-n,.. Ban,  ftp****      IJP-M    ^^^Lt ���.<��>   UM
itnd interest  itilowd  it _ P-"" *-'""���  ''
four times a year.
T**m  A,,.., 0vH.  fTOff.MOlOOO'.OOJ
, a ��� u   i,   BRYMNER. I*.****.*"-
N'.XS    vVn"^TMlNSTKH  BRAN'   H.      ..     ���*
HAMS����
18c. ���>���-- �����
THt ���
Central Meat Market
corner Eighth 8t aBd   FJ��h AfWsm
.-     PHONf wa
D. C. PATTEftSON
Boilermaker
PERSONAL ATTENTION  TO N
RH^jURS.
t
Workt    nt    EDMONDS    STATION.
P. O. Box 90S.     Phone J 201
H* Could Dodge.
"There's nothing slow about Jones,"
lie said relatively.
Tbe other laughed scornfully.
"1 guess you hever loaned him any
money," he said.
"Oh. yes, I hive," replied the flint
speaker. "That's what made me speak
that way. I loaned him $10 six months
ago, and I haven't been able to catch
him since."
YfSffltDAY AND
���er      ADVERTISES     ���*��
��� IN ���
���OWU.L aftaOM*, Pl����*����rs. THE     DAILY     NIW8
8h�� Oot a Nsw On*.
"I've stopped asking people If my
Iwnnet Is on straltrht."   The Hnsbcnd
-Why. my dear?   The Wife  I lovf
"Yesterday nnd Today" Is the title
uf a handsome and very artistic folder
jdemonstraiing anil contrasting man's
garb In the different decad-es dating
back to the early Prlton.
The folder ls well worthy of tpuch
praise and quite ln Uteping wltS tho
modern firm who have gotten it up,
FAStilON-CRAFT.
The folder will reach you it jau
telephone or ens get It nt any of th��
FA8HION-CI
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
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FRIDAY, JUNE
THE DAILY NEWS
, weeks at the close of . a    long    and j Cricket Match Tomorrow
[ strenuous session, by weary and unin-      A cricket team which    is    to play
forested members. ; o'prt. R'a vr <>_   w j
PnhlUhed by the Dally News Pub-      r.��� ._  .  n���nr%n������nl ,       ,        - ���   <Y,ea^ea X1 at Moody square tomor-
there is a pionounced aud rapidly   row afternrvnn i.r.ri_..   .*.���    _.  �����i _
Uslling   Companv,   Limited,   at   their   ,,,���.,_,������;-,._ .��� ,-        .   ,   ,u  ���     D    ,      I W)I1 unrler tne captaincy of
developing sentiment, both in Parlia-   A   Malins i_-ni  i._. ���.-.i._...   ...
I_i. nidiins win ne picked from among
ment and  in the  country, that    this the  following:    A.  Malins   (captain)
anomaly should  be ended.    It is  not VV. Whiteley, C. S   Cooke   T   S  Oddy'
permitted   in  the  British  Parliament R c. Lashmarj j  H vlda',   r  ^,ufl   '
inor  the  United  States  House of    of G. Slmpsoni w. Morris   HaBnoughton, Ion  the
Representatives. In both those Houses G. 0ddy> A  Rowe T Rowp  c piirvj.' !
effective measures have been taken to The game is to    commenoe    at   two
;stop  the  flow  language and expedite (O.clock> and from amonj_ ^ ^
! the course of business.    Unless    the
ott'ices.  corner of   Sixth   aud   Front
at reels. Xew  Westminster, B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
Notice
Telephone communication has been
established with Westminster Junction and Pitt Meadows.    O'her offices
FRIDAY,   JUNE   26,   1908.
THE MAJORITY  MUST RULE.
Majority rule is the essence of responsible government. Xo system of
popular government has yet been
found possible save on the principle
that the majority of the people should
direct the course of public affairs.
Nor is it conceivable that a system of
responsible government could exist,
founded on any other principle. The
people of a country are rarely or never
unanimous in support of a line of
policy. Commonly, if not always, there
is a part or portion or party of the
people who favor one line and another
part who favor a different mode of
procedure. One or other of these differing parties must rule. Under re-
sjionsible government the Larger party
j Canadian people are to abandon the
j principle of majority rule and turn
over the direction of their affairs to
I a party they have declined to place
in power, similar measures must he
taken by the Canadian Parliament.
The .business of Parliament is to
transact the business of the people.
The majority in Parliament will be
negligent of the duty imposed upon
them if they continue to permit that
duty to be frustrated by the minoriy.���
Ottawa Free Press.
will .be selected the team which is to
meet the Burrards at Queens park on !
the first of July.   F. J. Peers, captain
of the Westminster eleven, will figure
on the team at this latter match.
ine to Mission City will be
opened shortly. Notice will lie given
as additional offices are opened.
British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd.
Ss Edison Theater
Annual  Trip to Douglas. ^H^M
The Beaver makes its annual trip ! Corner of Columbia and Begbie Sts
to Douglas today, leaving at eight
o'clock, and will remain at Harrison
Hot Springs this evening, proceeding
to Douglas at daylight. The boat will
return tomorrow night. The rate is $3
for the round trip.
BETS $5000 THAT TAFT
WILL BE ELECTED
.N'ew York, June 25.���The first cam-
paign bet was made in Wall street today when Oscar Bamberger waged
$..000   against    $.500    with    Charles
dec id s which course the national af-  &ould that Taft wiu be elected_      A
^���tPT       T i,TeSI>0nSib,e  -Tlngent rule has been issued against
govnnent the smaller party deter-   betting   since   the   anti.racing   mg
High class and up-to-date moving
pictures and illustrated songs every
night at 7:30.
Admission 5c and 10c.
mines the course���and whether the
smaller party comprises a king and a
circle of favorites, or a body of popularly selected representatives, so long
as they are the smaller party and so
long as they, dominate the course of
public affairs, the country has irresponsible government.
Parliament is the agent of the people. The majority of the members
hold the views of the majority of the
electors of the country and their business is to incorporate those views into
the conduct of public business. If they
are prevented from doing so the will
of the majority is frustrated and re
To Discuss Building.
A joint meeting of the two local j
lodges of the Knights of Pythias will j
be held on Monday night to hear a.
report from the building committee oi
the order on the proposal to construct
a Castle hall on the property already
purchased for that purpose on Agnes
street.
were passed and the brokers accepting
bets during the campaign will be
ruled off the curb. They will not even
be permitted   to   place   money    for
clients.
Wedding Bells.
A pretty private wedding was
solemnized on Wednesday evening at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Fletcher, Mowat street, wheu their
third daughter, Olive Bertha, became
the wife of Frank Grover Ferguson,
of Bellingham.    The bride,  who car-
_   _���- jried a shower bouquet of white carna-
sponsihle government  to that  extent | tions and  roses,  was  becomingly  at-
is destroyed,   it is uo defence to say tlrea ln  wnite silk  with 'bridal  veil
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that those who prevent a parliamentary majority from carrying out the
will of the people are representing
the views of the popular minority.
This may be true. But it is also true
that the minority is a minority, and for
that reason has no license to prevent
the purpose of the majority, nor to
seek to replace the policy of the majority by its own policy.
The Canadian people are today face
to face with the necessity of reasserting and defending   the   principle   of
majority rule if they wish to maintain
their   system  of   responsible governmenl.   Parliament lias been in session
.since November lass. The order paper j
has .been filled continuously with busi-
ness of public importance, much of it
of surpassing importance.    Vet  that
iisinesB   has   not   been   transacted.
.\  ich of it  has  not    been    touched.
ich  more  of  it  has been  cursorily
uasidered and pushed    aside.    Day
ter  day,   week after  week,.  month
after month, progress with    business
has been prevented by protracted discussions on subjects  of    minor    importance and issue., which have been
thoroughly threshed out in preceding
sessions.    That the government    was
anxious to get along with business has
been abundantly manifest    from   thc
stent   pressure   '.rought   to   bear
to hurry on the work, from the- daily !
������earance of important items on the [{Mg
order j.a;.er, and during the last week ! QJ
by the adoption of morning sessions j *A(4
<>' the House, and the proposal to sit,*"*
-_._*.���*. on Wednesday evenings. Yet they |
:.-������  been persistently and consistent-1
I from I ��� ag so by orations
oa about every conceivable subject on
which a speech could be strung    together.   The Irresistible conclusion Is
that for some reason, be thai  what it
may, the Opposition have resolved to
prevent, so far as they can do so, the
will of the majority of the people being carried Into effect.
OAfortUQately    our     parliamentary
system   gives    the    Opposition    this
power. The liouse possesses no means
of closing a  debate,  hpwever puerile
or irrelevant, in order to take up business,  however pressing or important.
Discussion may be started on any subject and continued for any length of
time to the paralysis of business. This
broad liberty offers the opportunity to
turn a parliamentary session    into a
long distance talking race; and   this
opportunity the Opposition have seized
find worked to tho limit.   The public
.service throughout    the    country    is
handicapped   and   partially   paralyzed
for lack of money, and projects of immense   public    concern    remain   untouched on the order table.    Yet the
talk goes on, but business does not go
on.    The position now Is that should
the House sit until next    November
and devote every hour strictly to public business, the time as spent would
be no longer than the time that has
already been wasted.    That the session will continue so long is not to be
.supposed.    The   upshot  is,  therefore,
that after wasting six months In talk
the business of the country in a few
and wreath of white carnations, and
was attended by her sister, Miss Grace
Shaw, who wore a pretty dress of
white organdy and carried a bouquet
of pink carnations and roses. A. L.
Johnston, cousin of the bride, supported the groom. After the ceremony, which was performed by Rev.
VV. H. Barraclough, the happy couple
left for their future home in Bellingham.
Knights, Attention!
The Knights of Pythias will hold a
joint meeting of Royal and Gnanite
Lodges. K. of P., on'Monday night at
eight o'clock. Business of importance
will be presented.
T. HEMBROUGH,
Chairman of Building Committee
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, [tc.
Rjpairs of ali kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A 377
Front St. New Westminster
RUBBER STAMPS
No mors need of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN  LANADA
Mail  orders  filled  same  day  as  received
A.   G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
Imp'
-OF-
Lulu Island
Acreage and City Lots
The corporation of the City of New Westminster
will offer for sale at PUBLIC AUCTION, in the
Council Chamber, City Hall, at 2 p. m. Saturday
June 27th, 1908. Thirty-four (34) acre blocks on
LULU ISLAND. Several with DEEP WATER
FRONTAGE on the NORTH ARM of the PRASER
RIVER, and all facing on good roads or road allowances. ALSO several residential lots in different
parts of New Westminster City.
Catalogues
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COWIE
Holiday
Shoes
tmsmmmmgmmgm
verybody
Ob
tained   at    the
reasurer s   Oftice,    City    Hall.
H.   M'QUARRIE
CITY    TREASURER I_
B**e0BB8E_asa
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GASOLINE
^^^^^^^^^^^   ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURAB!l_i7 <, i.l
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN, EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
B. C.
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
WESTMINSTER,
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ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them e<
amined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All wo-*!-.
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in T.  Glfford'i
Jewelry  Store.
BUY   YOUR
'-&mi,
tjj r^^ntl^m_P^nf ^e are headquarters for
toj v__7Cl.lQC51llwllI nobby    and   comfortable
M footwear for the hot days.   Our line of Patent and
Tan Calf Oxfords, White and Tan Canvas Boots
and Oxfords ave the best in town.   For Tan Oxfords
ask to see our "Newark" and "Walkover" lines.
our  window  display of Fine
Summer Shoes.   Finest line of white
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JKS a.V_iV___.XVa^W_/ ���     ��yUn      ^...-..w-j. j.   mvuv  11IIV Ul     VV.ULC
Ms and colored Canvas goods we have ever shown.
TSHSTFor Patent or Tan Calf Oxfords
See our "Cross" and
"Empress" lines
Children's Canvas
I Shoes
>eare in all sizes
'SPECIAL AGENTS
CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING
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WE   OEAL   EXCLUSIVELY   IN   INFANTS'  ANO   CHILDREN'S  AP
PAREL.    Purchase  here and get something different from the rest.
On all purchases of $5 and over  we   will   refund   your   (return)
fare.
INFANTS' OUTFIT? OUR SPECIALTY
Stevenson's Juvenile Store
ROBSON   and   GRANVILt E
All  city cars  r '������ our store.
VANCOUVER
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd. 1
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
We have just received
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the fineit selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever crossed
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia St, NEW  WESTMINSTER
429
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vanoouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 646.     v
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P.O.Box 474.       Tel. 53.       Res.
Estimates Submitted.
.. \Vestminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   i-encei,   Crest
Ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire  Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,  ���   New Westminster
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THE
ADVERTISE ^^^^
��� IN ���
DAILY     NEWS udav
i  JUNE  26,  1908
THI DAILY !N��W&.
/�����   PAoa nn   ��
3^��,a^i>2?W3^.��fi^ ^
Hi cgi STORES T
IU! CASH STORK
LAST WEEK OF THE
BIG STOCK REDUCTION SALE
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$1.50 Colored Table Cloths for 75c
This is an exceptional snap, sixty in tht* lot* <������,��� h ,���, fin ���    ���,
8ble Damask.   Regular price $1.50;  now  Ig at el   1   ,1 7n     ' ""f ** ^^ * C��,0red "^
*���-*"* B   "fe d*- exactlj half price, namely, each   75c
1,000 yards Dress Lining at 5c per yard
L,;1wte^fs1^w\;^Ui''^,'''1" "af*" ^ tW6nty ^-ott^^Wma*;*!^
ttffD, brown, grey, slate, white and cream.   Regular pric, 15c.    June sale price, per yard 5c
Along with this line we have aboul ftftv on.u ,,t ,,\.,\��� _,tn, ,      , ,
"     ,        ,. , ���- '    *   eaas 01 ijlam sllk colored sateens,  the ends of the season's
selling**-   \ alues loc and 2..c per yard.   Going for, per yard
Big Snap in Check Zephyrs and Chambrays
30c Black Zephyrs for 15c per yard
There is just twenty-two pieces in this line and they come in black and white check only. Thev com-
prise all our new season's chambrays, ginghams and Zephyrs that sell regularly at 25c, 30c and 35c. We
are Ening to sweep them away at, per yard    ^5C
60 Pieces of Muslin at 10c per yard
Regular 20c and 25c Values for 10c
A most bewildering array of dainty new muslins, being a special purchase from a wholesale house
going out of business. Every piece chic, new and fresh and the designs are very beautiful and effective.
���;      (i  prices 1"'C. 20c and 25c.   June sale pric-. per yard 10c
15c Gingham Prints and Ginghams at luc per yard
[I -.ems almos' Incredi le, but it is true, forty-eight pice, of splendid English print, standard width.
Bells ��� ..tv day at 13c per yard; also Scotch in Kingcot ginghams In checks, stripes and many other de-
.:__���    Regular 15c and 20c per ;   rd    Jun<   sale price, per yard  10c
Circular Pillow Cotton at Manufacturers' Prices
Twenty-seven pieces oi circular itton, extra strong make, yet in a fine soft finish; all widths,
i    |2   16 and 4*- IncheB.    Regu     . . i   -.alues.   All one price, per yard   18c
Ladies' Tan Cotton Hose at 3 Pair for 50c
is aa Bnusual offer, six dozen pair ladles' and Misses tan cotton hose, guaranteed fast and staln-
:���-     Ri gular price 25c and 35c   ������ r pair    Jtfne sale price, three pair for  50c
15c Turkey Red Cotton for 7 l-2c per yard
���ve pieces about 120 yards to a piece, of plain turkey red cotion, full 3C inches wide. Sells at 15c
per yard in the usual way.   June sale ird ��� 7'/zc
White Dress Muslin at 7 l-2c per yard
Who wouldn't have a white mUslln dress al this price.   Beautiful Swiss  muslins in checks, dots   and
.-: white only.   Regular values 15c    June sale price  7/ac
THE BIG STOCK
REDUCTION SALE
The Season Has Arrived for You to j
Preserve Strawberries j
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City News
Xo better goods made than the clear
Havana "Urilliante" cigar. **
His Honor Judge Howay was in
Vancouver yesterday to attend to
various cases.
All kinds or nunuais at Tidy's, the
llorist.    Phone 184. **
The Pitt river ferry will not be in
operation from Monday until the new
ferry and cable is installed.
See our ad. Alberta Hungarian
flour, $1.60 sack, or ?6.2*5 barrel. Geo.
Adams, Public Supply Store. **
The Kildonan has brought another
load of stone from the Pitt river quarries for the board of works.
Fresh dairy butter at Howard &
Mulrhead's, 25c and 30c per pound. **
Rev. J. A. Seymour, of Dawson, who
has been visiting the city, left yesterday for Toronto, via the Crow's nest
; pass.
Duplicate orders of the "Auto" cigar
| proves their growing popularity.     **
The Transfer will carry a good load
of passenges to the Ladner races today. She leaves at ten o'clock, returning ,at seven.
Rain or shine you wlll find comfort
ii* an "Old Sport" hand made cigar. **
Mr. Justice Morrison will take the
supreme court sittings today. Owing
to the full court last week at Victoria, there was no sitting here.
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds of
beding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B208.
Canadian Wheat Fiakes 30c par
package at Howard & Mulrhead's,   **
The women's auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital will hold an at
home this afternoon to open the new
maternity cottage. A number of invitations have been issued.
A private piano recital was given
yesterday evening in St. Georges hall
by Miss Villa Hall, a number of
friends of the talented young pianist
a I tending by invitation.
The Sunday school of St. Pauls Reformed Episcopal church go to Second
Beach, Vancouver,  tomorrow,  leaving
Iby special car at 12:45 p.m.. for their
i annual picnic.
I
A.  McCreery,  grand  superintendent
i ot the Royal Arch Masons for this district, paid an official visit to the Westminster Chapter last evening, accompanied by members of the Vancouver
Chapter.
The Citizen's    Temperance   league
will hold a meeting in St. Pauls Re-
j formed Episcopal church this evening,
| commencing at eight o'clock. **
You Get Married.
Just Think of It
Say the Parlor
Say the Diningroom
Say the Bedroom
We Will Feather the Nest
Take the parlor, dining room or bedroom; we can furnish each from
$50.00 to $500.00.
One handsome Brussels Rug.
Three-piece Parlor Suite.
One Parlor Table.
Two Window Shades.
Two pair of Lace    Curtains,    with
poles and trimmings.
Four pleasing Pictures.
Your choice of one Linoleum or
Carpet.
One Extension Table.
One Sideboard.
Six high  back Chairs.
Two Window Shades.
Two pair Lace Curtains and trimmings.
Four Pictures.
One Iron Bed, full size.
One good Spring.
One good Mattress.
One Dresser and Stand.
One Art Square.
Two Window Shades.
Two pair Lace Curtains and trimmings.
Two Sheets.
One pair Blankets.
One Comforter.
One pair Pillows.
One pair Pillow Cases.
Two pair of Towels.
Lee's Mammoth Furnishing fmporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA 8' ,>ET.     NEW WESTMINSTI._,
Opposite Lo'/Ne Street. Phone 73.
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The News yesterday voiced the general sentiment of the citizens with regard to the disgraceful state of Tipperary as the aftermath of the circus.
The scavenger was at work during the
day setting straight the existing condition of things.
We have thirteen and a half acres
of very good land on the North road;
part in clover. Convenient to Sap-
I>erton car line. Can be bought on
easy terms. Abbott &^Hyde, 23S
Columbia street. **
C. A. Bourne returned yesterday
evening from Moresby island, on the
Queen Charlotte group, where he had
been for the past four months engaged in the running of a sawmill in
which he is interested. Mr. Bourne
proposes remaining in this city about
three weeks before returning north.
The bookings for the Dominion exhibition at Calgary   next week    are
very satisfactory. It is certain that
with the cheap rates issued by the C.
P. R. there will be a large attendance
from the New Westminster district.
At the Ladner races, which take
place today, there are five entries for
the B. C. futurity stakes No. 2, and it
is expected that there will be five entries in the free-for-all, six entries in
the 2;40 class, five entries in the mile
j dash and ten entries in the pony race,
all of which should make a good day's
j spot.
The funeral  took; place this after-
i noon   of   Mrs.   Purdy from her   late
'home,  SO Bonson street, to the I. O.
IO. F. cemetery.   Rev. W. H.  Barraclough  and Rev. A. deB. Owen conducted the  service.    The latter read
the committal sentences.    The    pallbearers were J. S. Bryson, J. Calbick,
J. J. Johnston, F. Maxwell, G. Sangster and R. Wintemute.   There was a
large attendance of friends.
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3 RESIDENCES
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They are in fine condition and are to be j
had cheaper at the PUBLIC SUFI LY. *
nan cheape_ 	
STORE than any other store m town
Call   U. Up and Give  Us   Your Order X
THE
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j Public Supply Stores ����prA.DPAMS I
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Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  <- ���
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FXRAKE
English Watchmaker   j ; Picture *'
POSTCARDS
AIU. NOW ON BALE AT
'��*��� d
fo��"  from   Co. Adam.,  Grocer
Jules' Cob] Watcnes Irom 112.75 up
Rffi.0'' Sllver Watcn"s  ���ip0I)
etafe0'8 SUv*'r Watenet..  double |
&'<-' the celebrated South Bend I M. MORA'S STATIONERY
*Wtiv """''���'������M   'o   the   Welhnan j nlVAN  and
C,s     "lllon'   vn "granted-     I j. c. gamon-s cigar divan,
frtt_h' Rln8*' ,h,w,,"'y. ��">.. etc.
| ���% ,n   "firing;     marges   reason j      MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORK,
Butter
Butter
Butterl
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Finest Alberta Cream- |
ery, 3 pounds for  $1.00
Best Dairy, per pound    30c
Fresh Dairy, per pound    25c
Fruit of all kinds at lowest
prices.
Strawberries,  Apricots,
Plums, Oranges, Bananas,
always fresh.   No old stock.
Orders taken for crates for
preserving.
Prompt delivery, courteous
treatment.
Howards Muirhead S?
BURR BLOCK, Colombia Street
Phone No. 38��
On Saturday of next week, four e:
ployees of the B. C. E. R. company, S.
Gregory, L. B. Davey, Jack Connell
and Tom Reid, will leave on .an extending fishing and camping trip to
Clowholm lake.
A special car conveyed a large contingent of the Westminster members
of the Canadian Order of Chosen
Friends to English bay for a picnic
last evening. It was a late hour before the party returned.
Plans have just been completed for
a splendid camping and summer resort at Semiamo bay, between Blackie
Spit and White Rock. Fine bathing
beach, good boating, beautiful view of
open straits. Railway runs past property. White, Shiles & Oo. are placing the resort on the market in half
acre lots fronting the sea. Prices are
low and terms easy. ������
/���. strawberry and Ice cream social
wil. be held this afternoon and even-
\X\v at the residence of Miss Mabel
_V->v.ell, Third street and Third avenuo, under the auspices of the Y. W.
C. T IJ. of this city. In addition to
the dainties provided by the young
ladies, ,an Interesting program of
niisical selections has been arranged.
Steamer Beaver "will matte its annual trip to Douglas, leaving New
Westminster at 8 a.m., June 26. Wlll
leraain all night at Harrison Hot
Springs, then proceed to Douglas at
daylight, returning, arriving at New
Westminster Saturday evening. Do
not miss this opportunity of seeing
this .beautiful lake. Rates, $3.00 for
the round trip. Ed. Ooulet, C. P. R.
agent.
A complaint was reeeived by the
city police yesterday evening from W.
Wolfenden to the effect that a cow
was damaging his lawn and vegetable
on Fifth street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues. Officer
Johnston made a hurried trip up the
hill, taking possession of the truant
Mnrlne and escorting it to the pound.
As I am about to leave
a number of fine residential
improved.
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
the city 1 am offering three residences and
and business lots for sale, some of them
The large and beautiful residence
and grounds I now occupy, corner
Sixth and Agi.es streets. Most suitable for professional or buisness man.
The residence and grounds corner
Sixth and Carnarvon street on frontage of 132 feet on Carnarvon street.
The residence corner Sixth and
Agnes streets. For terms and particulars apply to me at my residence, 53
Sixth street.
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A. M. HERRING
BE ALERT!
NON-TARIFF INSURANCE IS
THE POPULAR INSURANCE TODAY BECAUSE IT IS AS GOOD
AS THE BEST AND COSTS LESS
MONEY. I AM SAVING MONEY
FOR HUNOREDS OF CLIENTS IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND CAN
8AVE IT FOR YOU IF I AM NOT
DOING 80 NOW. ENQUIRE FOR
RATES.
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{      A WHISTLER  STORY.
The Eagle 1 hat Was Made to Pose as
a Fighting Cock.
Apropos of something Whistler ones
told a cockfight story so vividly that
only a man with a sailor instinct could
tell It as well, mimic it so keenly and
enjoy it so thoroughly. It was a story
of n strange species of the American
cock, pictured to the smallest detail so
beautifully that oue forgot tbat It was
a story.
Some American . sailors were at a
cockfight in a soaport town in England when one of them remarked to
the owner of the champion:
"We have got nn American cock on
board that can whip any bird here."
"Go fetch 'im on." said the champion.
"Chuck 'lm in and see. If 'e licks one
bird we 'ave plenty more to throw In
that can lick hany blawsted Hamerl-
enn bird you can fetch 'ere."
"All right. Well bring orfe," said the
sailors. When they got aboarrl they
rigged up an American eagle. Alter
their own manner, they painted, trimmed, spliced and reefed fore and aft
transforming the eagle to a cock. Wben
ready they went ashore to pit their
new American gamecock against all
England.
At the pit the sailors chucked ln
their cock, which looked around for
other surprises as he hacked close to
the wall.
���"Now, bring on your birds!" yelled
the sailors. A strutting cock was
thrown Into the pit and was another
surprise to the poor dismantled eagle.
He backed up closer and closer to the
wall, wondering what would happen
next. Tbe cock walked three times
majestically around the circle, cuffing
at his strange opponent the eagle pitiably abashed and bedrabbled, crouching lower and lower and looking
around and above bim for an explanation of what lt all meant, while the
crowd were yelling madly for the
English fighter. The eagle made himself smaller and smaller, but at last,
finding tbat he could get back no further and thinking that something was
expected of him, and, as the cock
dashed at bim again, stretched out hla
long claws and took his opponent by
the neck.
Here WhlRtler ended with an imitation by motions of what the eagle did.
He stretched out his arm, shaped his
hand like a claw, which by this time
looked like a real one, drew It to his
mouth and with one bite pulled off
the head as he thought nn eagle might
do it. Then he looked blandly about
the room, as the eagle had done, at the
astonished crowd and said, "Now bring
ou your other birds."���Otto Bacher lq
Century.
TOWNS WITH TROUBLES.
SUNLjigtf
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with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
PART  IV.
"WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION   ACT,  1897."
that will injure the finest fabric
Five Cents A Bar
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
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A Priceless Asset
A good set of teeth contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They add much
to the  appearance  and more  to  the  digestion.
Neglect is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW. before it is too
���ate.
READ   OUR   PRICES
THEY NEVER CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth       $5.p0
Bridgework  (per tooth)    $5 00
Gold   Crowns       $5.00
Gold Fillings     $1.00  up
Platina  Fillings      $1.00
Extracting    50
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A
TECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
PRO-
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6  p.   m. Phone   2229
London's trouble Is her fog.
Tokyo's trouble is earthquakes, ro
her worst 200,000 residents were killed.
The mistral Is the trouble of Marseilles, an east wind that Increases the
city's death rate BO per cent.
Calcutta's trouble is cholera, and the
bubonic plague is the trouble of Bombay. Ench city pays to her trouble an
annual tribute of 9.000 souls.
Bagdad's trouble is the "Bagdad but
ton," n sore that attacks practically
every resident and visitor, leaving ���
button shaped permanent scar.
Madrid's tronble ts the snlano, a summer wind from the southeast. It is exceedingly hot and is accompanied by
blinding, choking clouds of dust so
that notwithstanding a temperature of
105 or 110 decrees all windows must be
closed.���Philadelphia Bulletin.
I
1.    This is to certify that the Vancouver    Power    Company,    Limited,
(hereinafter  called  the ���Power Com-
j pany")   specially    incorporated    pursuant  to  Part IV.    of   the    * Water
i Clauses Consolidation Act, 1S97,"    on
ithe 25th day of January, lS.tS, for the
[purpose   of    exercising    the    rights,
' powers, privileges,    :.nd    priorities in
and by Part    IV.    of    the    said Act
; created,  granted,  and  conferred,  has,
1 i'i  addition  to  its undertakings heretofore approved of by the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council bv Certificates of
Approval, dated the 14th day of Feb-
��� ruary, 1902, aud the ISth day of May,
1906,  submitted  its  further  undertaking to   the   Lieutenant-Governor   in
'Council  for approval, and    that    the
.-���..id further undertaking, as shown iby
j the documents and plan duly filed in
| pursuance of the said Act, has   been
| approved, and that thu same is as fol-
' lows:
The construction, equipment, opera-
It'.on, and maintenance of    a    line or
i lines of electric railway, tramways, or
street railways,   with   all   necessary
pole lines and overhead    and    other
I construction    with all necessary side-
; t neks,  switches,  and    branches    for
the    conveyance    of passengers    and
freight from some point or points at
!or near Lots one (1) and    two    (2),
j City Block four (4), in the City    of
\ .N'ew  Westminster, to and throughout
! the streets of the City of Chilliwack,
; passing    through    the   municipalities
j loan of two million four hundred and I
ininety-nine thousand   dollars ($2,199,- |
JOOO) to be made by the British Columbia Electric Railway Conipany, to   be
secured by mortgage bonds   of   the
��� Power Company In Sterling or decim;:l
'currency carrying interest, or by such
ether form of   security    us  may    i.e.
j agreed upon between the    said Com-
; panies;
4. And this Is further to certify that
the t'me  within   which  the  said   fur-
'ther capital to be subscribed, namely,
one thousand dollars, in addition    to
[capital already subscribed, is fixed at
two months from the date hereof, and
tne time in which the first    part   of
said   further undertaking  and   works,
-is set forth in paragraph two hereof,
i.  to   be  commenced  shall  be before
the  expiration of  three months from
the date hereof; and the dale at which
the remainder or any portion of the
said   further  undertaking  and   works
hereby approved may be commenced
ia fixed at live years from the    date
hereof, or such further time    as    the.
Lieutenant-Governor in  Council  may
hereafter approve.
Dated this 19th day of May, 1908.
FRED J. FULTON,
Clerk of the Executive Council.
FRIDAY.  JUNE|
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
ynop.is    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead  Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lauds in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2.,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA
DEFENCE, OTTAWA.
AND
SEALED TENDERS  (in   duplicate)
for the supply of coal and fuel wood
required to heat the military buildings
at Victoria, Vancouver, New Westmin.
years of | ster and Rossland, B. C, for the nine
The Science of Chemistry.
Chemistry did not become a science
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-imonths beginning 1st July, 1908, will
tion of 160 acres, more or less. j be received up to Saturday, July 4th
|     Application   for   entry     must     be ; proximo.   Each tender is to be marked
made  in person   by  the  applicant at i "Tender for Fuel," and addressed  to
a Dominion Lands Agency   or   sub-.the Secretary of the -Militia Council,
-in other words, chemistry proper did  agency for the district in which the! Ottawa.
land is situate.   Entry by pnxcy may, j    Printed forms of tender containing | Langley,  Matsqui
however,   he  made at an  agency  onjfun particulars may be obtained from
certain conditions by the father, moth- the Secretary of the .Militia Council,
oi j Ottawa, or at the office of the District
not exist���until the seventeenth century, and lt was as late as tbe middle
of tbe eighteenth century before lt be.
gan to amount to much. Tbe old alchemy undoubtedly contained the
germs, or at least the possibilities, of
the present day chemistry, but beyond
this the relationship between the modern science and tbe ancient delusion ls
slight Indeed. Still, lt cannot l>e denied that It was ln the foolish search
for the "Philosopher's Stone" and the
"Elixir of Life" that men first hit upon
the discoveries which were destined
to develop Into the great science of today���New York American.
The Sarcastie Cabby.
The London bobby Is notorious for
overgrown feet and hands. Likewise
the i.omion cabby ia generally nc
credited with never being ot a loss for
a reply. One day n bobby lifted up
his band majestically to halt n cabby,
but the latter crowded bis horse ahead.
"Didn't you see me raise my 'and?"
demanded tho bobby.
"I did see the sky darken a moment,
but my 'orse was shyln' at your feet,"
retorted the cabby as he whipped up
and wont on.���London Graphic.
j Sumas and Chilliwack, and the Town-
jrites  of Ahbotsford  and  Huntingdon.
Wind throughout the District   of New
i Westminster and over aud along any
: of the public roads in the said -Muni-
ci pall ties or  any  of  the  intervening '
pt'blic roads, or such other rights of:
way  where the public  roads are  not
used,   as   may    be acquired    by    ihe
Power Company;   the erection,    con- '
;_'.ruction, operation and  maintenance
i within   the  said   City    ot   OhllLwack
und the said Municipalities and Dis-
tvict of New  Westminster, of electric
vorks,     power     houses,     generating
plants, pole lines, overhead aud other
construction, and such   other    appliances and conveniences as are necessary in and throughout the said City.
of Chilliwack, the streets thereof, and !
, i
In and throughout the said Municipal!- i
: ties and the public roads thereof, and i
in and throughout and over the public
loads of any Municipalities that may
hereafter be  formed  within  the area
thereof, with public and private lighting and heating and power for manufacturing and industrial purposes, and ,
in connection therewith; the construction, operation and maintenance of all
necessary and required overhead pole
ar.d    transmission    and    other    lines
necessary  or   required  in  connection
with  the  said  undertaking  from  any
of the power houses, sub-stations    or ,
transmission lines of the Power Com-.
pany throughout the whole area, as Is |
hereinbefore set forth.   Together with
all such rights, powers and privileges
as may be necessary    to   effectually ,
cf rry otft the terms and conditions of i
the several agreements made between
the  Corporations    of  Surrey,    Delta, |
Sumas, and  Chilli- j
v.-ick and the Power Company, which |
agreements  were  duly    ratified    and
confirmed by by-laws Tegularly passed |
Synopsis of Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
Any available Dominions lands with- ;
in the railway belt in British Colum- |
bla, 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 16u
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the lather, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following
plans:
ll. At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each  year for three  years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing witn
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his ,��� i.... tn
ent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity ot his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
u*>on the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be give^ to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one ytars
at an annual rental Of $1 jn-r acre.
-Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one Individual or company.
A Toyalty at the rate of five cents per
ton sball be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
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I ��ny   -.11(11  .i  Bnt to,   1      ,',""
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MAIL C0NTRAC.
SEALED TENDERS, addres
the   Postmaster-General, will  ��
calved at Ottawa until Noon, on
day, the Nineteenth June, [or tht
veyance of His Maji
proposed contract for four .. ���
times per week each way, betweej
proposed post office at Dun:        |
Gilley Station, H. ('. Electric Rail]
during the Postmaster-General's p|
ure.
Printed notices containing fnr|
information as to conditions of
posed contract may be seen arvl bl
forms of tender may be ol aej
the post office of New Westmli
and from Mr. J. Wollard at Dun.loi
and at the office of the Post Officii
spector.
JOHN R, GREENFIELDI
Post Office lpspe|
Post Office Inspector's   office,
couver, B. C, Sth May, 1908.
er, son, daughter, brother or sister
an intending  homesteader. j Officer    Commanding,    Victoria, who | by the Municipal Councils ofthe said
The homesteader Is rejuired to per-!will furnish all  information required. 'Corporations, the agreements between
form the homestead duties under one j    Each tender must be   accompanied if!le  Corporation of the  Township of
of the following plana- i by an accepted cheque, payable to the J Chilliwack  and   the  Power Company
(1) At least six months' residence iorder of the Honorable the Minister |being also-ratified and confirmed .by
upon and cultivation of the land injof Militia and Defence for five per I"The Chilliwack City Incorporation
each year for three years. I cent, of the amount of    the    tender,  Act" (_90S).
(2) A Homesteader may, if he so J which will be forfeited if the party The waters at present recorded by
desires, perform the required real- making the tender declines to sign a|t-'P Power Company from Lake Co-
dence duties by living on farming j contract when called upon to do s*) Qultlam and from Lake Buntzen will
iand owned solely bv him. not less j If the lender be not accepted the !���-'"��� utilized to generate the power re- j
than eighty (80) acres in extent, injeheque will be returned. quired to operate the said further
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint! The Department does not bind it- undertaking of the Power Company, j
ownership in land will not meet this j self  to  accept the    lowest    or    any;an(1  't Is proposed  to  transmit  such
The Danes and the Raven.
Perhaps the Danes selected tbe raven
for their standard out of feelings of
gratitude, for before tbe Invention of
the mariner's compass they must have
found him extremely nseful. The only
method of determining whether land I
requirement.
(3) tf the father (or mother, If the
faiher is deceased) of a homesteader
n.is permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not lesB
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more tl��ftn nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of  road  allowances crossed    in    the
wns near was to let loose a raven.   If
the bird saw land he sailed nwny for-  measurement
ever; if he did not, be returned to the      (5)    A   homesteader   intending    to
ship.- London Chronicle. ; perform   his   residence   duties   in   ac-
  cordance with the above while living
Equally Culpable. | with parents or on farming land own-
"J can say for myself lhat I never
hat* been mean enough to get another
woman's cook away from ber."
"Neither have I, but I must confess
that once or twice I have tried to work
iMir cook off on some of my neighbors."
Shut Him Off.
"What nre you taking for your eoWT*
"Nothing."
"Nothing?   But, my dear follow"--
"Nothing,   I  say,   not  even   advlc*
flue day. isn't Itr-Illostratod Bits.
ed by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
tie given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
I to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
' Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.  B.���Unautnorized publication uf
this advertisement will not be paid
: for. ���   ,-f, j
tender.
E. F. JARV1S,
Secretary, Department of .Militia and
Defence.
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa, June 10, 1908.
(H.Q. 99���11���6.)
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without authority from the Department.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
N.B.���Unauthorl^rd   publication   of
this   advertisement   will  not   be   paid
for.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Mail   Contract |
SEALED TENDERS, adaressei
ithe Postmaster General, will   be
! reived at Ottawa until Noon, un
day, the SEVENTEENTH  CF  J
NEXT, for  the    conveyance   of
Majesty's  Mails,  on a proposed
tract for four years, thirty-six
;.r week, between New Westmi
;and   B.   C.   Electric   Railway *.3
I during  the  Postmaster'., pit
Printed  notices containing   ft>
| information  as  to condition- ot
I posed contract may be Been     ���'���
\ forms of tender may  b<   ol '   ������
i'.be Po.-t Office of New V,.   min)
and  at   the office  of the PoSI
Inspector.
JOHN R. GRKENFIE
Post Office Inspe
Post  Office Inspector's Office
! couver, B. C, 6th June,
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power, light and heat through and by
i.eansi of pole and  transmission lines
from  any of the power houses, suh^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
stations or transmission lines of   the   And all the principal business centers of
Power Company throughout the whole 'ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL
aiea within which the further under- j TIME PROVINCES.
t.king of the Power Company is to be   Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
carried on, and as is hereinbefore de- j PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
fined: For Time Tables, etc.. address
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Portland, Boston, Trains & Steam*
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6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon arid Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue and  sixth.
24���.a__-_d avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av0-��ue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Righth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Work*.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
3fi���C.P.R. Station.
42���Small & Bucklin Mills.
2. And this is further to certify
inat the first part or portion of the
seJd undertaking and works hereby
approved, will be the line of electric
railway from the said. City of New
Westminster to the said City of Chilliwack and (he necessary pole and
I ti ansmisslon lines in connection therewith ;
(3) And this is further to certify
that the Power Company shall have
duly subscribed before it commences
tbe construction of the said further
undertaking and works, or exercises
any of the powers in that behalf conferred iby the "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897,'' Part IV., ona thousand (1000) shares of one dollar ($1.00)
each. The further amount of capital
required to fully complete the first
part of the 6aid further undertaking
and  works is to be provided  by the
GEO. W. VA'uX.
Assistant Gen'l Passen
Agent, 135 Adams St.
,'��r ar.d Ticket
Chicago, 111.
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Demons
^^^^^^^_     Co.--vRia.ns Ac.
Anrono .ending a _kctrli nnd donertnt Ion nwT
quickly Hj.eruln our opinion free whether an
lu.ontlnn In probnlily pnteiitiihlo. Ciimmutilc*.
ttfin-_tri_tlrcon_.���eiiti_,l. HANDBOOK on fAicnta
���ent free. Oldest ironc? for���emrlnirpetenta.
Patent* taken through Munn A Co. receive
iprctal noUct, without charge, ln tha
Scientific tint .ricait.
A handsomely Uluitrated w_e_ly.  __Rrgo_t clr-
Slalloo  .f any .rlentiflo Journal.    ""
imda, *.!."_ a year, pi,. tm. o	
.n_ew��dealeni.
TeT-tni- lor
itjiHtd.   bold ty
C.P.R.  MAIN  L.INK.
Leave New Westminster ��:;
j 15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westmlnste
| 12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19135.
Overland    express    arrive,
leaves 16:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWA
i Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; nr. 8eattW ��
! Lv. N. W. 4..'.5 p.m.; ar. Seattle
j p.m.
I     B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOU
;    Leave -New Westminster 5:a
;6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and ' ���' ���>
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
j    Lv. Vancouver for Westmlnstfi
j5:50. 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly
'll:30 p.m.
V.. W. ft Y.-VANCOUVRR
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 P-
G. N. R.-PORT OtnCHON
Leave New Westminster 8:5(J
arrive Guichon 6 pm-
Leave Guichon G a- m-, arrive
New Westminster 8:45 on Friday^
Gfl.MIBr.Mitlvni.^jf^
ice,& r BU Wathiogton. IXC
iDVERTiSE IN THR DAILY NBJ L.v.
JUNE 26, 1908.
"nphenture By-Law, !?* ��3-100 ��s7.63) Dollars to pro���
jyeDC-UlM*'*' m#J   m_wvT,  f()r th(} repayment of .he
THE DAILY NEWS.
tAGi ifirrs
to enable the Council of the
^ration  of the City  of    New
tminster to raise by a loan the
, c;x Thousand Five Hundred
jjfll of *-"
5000O)  Dollars for the erection
*d
Qgeei'!
meets
���   ^^^^^^^^^^
HERK-'1^' '*- ls I"'��i'ose,i ]" erect
5 a Fire Hall at Queen's Park
sail City and to Improve and
"equip the Fire Hall at Sapper-
ito ^ ..aid City, entailing the ex-
\m of $6,500.00.
WHEREAS, it appears that if
lu'd ������-���ti11 ot i-o.^-^0-00    be appro-
froiu the general  revenue of
the current year the rat.
equipment of a Fire Hall at
Park and for improve-
and equipment for the Fire
at Sapperton.
swu
���ty ;|J-
fcatiou
l��.<
���die
will be excessive, and it
ent that such excessive tax-
*m*******************am _____________
(b) The proceeds of the said de-
bentures shall be applied a foil
and not otherwise, toward., paying the)
cusl " ae - * as of this By-Law
ami the Issue and Bale of the debentures therein referred to and ali expenses in connection with the said
loan; recouping the treasury of the
^���'. Citj juch Bums as havi been thii
year expended until the proceedi ol
the tale of the said debentures havi
become available and towards the
cost oi the erection and equipment of
a Flre Hall at Queen's Park and ku-
'"'''���' men and equipment for P re
Hall at Sapperton aforesaid.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
ou the 1st day of August, 1808, aud
maj be cited as the "Flre Debenture
By-Law.   1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the Unal
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
$6,000.00, and to cause the same to be jflve hundred  ($o2,500) Dollars be ap-  passing thereof, shall receive the as-
propriated from  the general  revenue  sent of the electors of the said City
of the City for the current year the  in the manner required by law.
['should be avoided, and the said
[ibould be raised on the credit.of
���taporation, and that debentures
Mlt? issued tor that amount.
tm WHEREAS, for the payment
��est on the debentures pro-
|io be issued under this By-Law,
���^jr creating a sinking fund for the
-nt of the said debentures when
pt will !'*-* necessary to raise by
rate, ;u addition to all other
��ch j ear during the currency
Uesiid debentures, the sum of
! hundred, eighty-two and 63-100
1$) Dollars;
;D WHEREAS, in order to raise
raid yearly sum of Three Hund-
, Eighty-two and 63-100   ($382 63)
an equal special  rate on the
ill be required to be levied on
itrno'.e  rateable   property   of  the
���w Westminster.
|AXD WHEREAS,   the   whole  rate-
property of    the said City,  ac
liing to the last   revised    assess-
oil thereof, is Four million, one'
Hred   and    fifty   thousand,  eight i
mired   aad   eighty     ($! 150,880.00)
fe;
[l.D WHEREAS, the total amount
[lie sisting debenture debt of the
liCit;. i- one million, eighty-seven
nana, one hundred ($1,087,100 00)
in ��� ipectlve of the sum of
,   and   twent.. -five   tho ��� ���
umdred   ($125,500.    Dol-
propos  i ui be raise I    ... i
Debenture      By-L w,
_ ��� el  Improvemen
:���::? By-Law, 1908,"  the "Market
day of
Clerk.
L908
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice thai the above is 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 ptonth from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" new. pap- :. which fir.-' publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
tors 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. 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 Hall, June 2., 190S.
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)
paid into the Treasury of the said
1 Itj i the purposes mentioned
herein
'-'It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum Of Six Thousand ($6,000.00)
Dollars for such sums of money as
maj ibe required, not less than One
hundred ($U��0.00) Dollars each, or an
equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the t'uited Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland at a value of 4.866
in the pound sterling; and all such
debentures shall be sealed with the
Seal of the Corporation, signed toy the
Major and countersigned by tbe Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or iiersons as may be thereunto
lawfully authorized.
f'J) 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 appro-
val of the holders thereof, and .shall
have attached to them coupons for
the payment of the interest at the rate
of live : er centum per annum on the
amount  thereof,  which interest  shall
FALLING OF  THE LEAVES.
rate of taxation will be excessive, and
it is ex-iedient that such excessive
taxation should be avoided, and the
said sum should be raised on the
credit of the Corporation, and that
debentures should 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
of the said debentures, the sum of
Nineteen hundred, thirteen and 13-
100  ($1913.13)  Dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Nineteen hundred, thirteen and 13-100 ($1913.13)
Dollars an equal special rate on the
dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
City of New Westminster;
AND, WHEREAS, the whole rate-
jable property of the said City, according to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Four millions, one hundred
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed in
open Council the day of
1908.
City Clerk.      Mayor.
be payable half-yearly on the first day    	
ol January and the first day of July and fifty thousand, eight hundred and
in each and every year, and the said eighty   ($4,150,S80)   Dollars;
coupons  shall  be signed  by the  said AND   WHEREAS, the total amount
VI *A V f 1T*
'of the existing debenture debt of the
said City is One million, eighty-seven
thousand, one hundred  ($1,087,100.00)
(4) A  special   rate  on    the dollar
shall ibe  levied  and    raised  in   each
year, ia addition to all other rates, on , ^^ irreSpect*Ve of the sum of
all the rateable property of the City j Xinelv.nine thousand. flve hundred
suffttient to pay the interest upon the
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is 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 five p. m., at
ithe following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton: and the Light
Station, Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Uni
Service.
debentures and to create a sinking
I und for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting tbe same.
i 51 Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of Three hun-
($99,500) Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Street Improvement
Debenture By-Law, 1908," the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908," the
"Fire Debenture By-Law, 1908," and
the "Public Schools Debenture By-
Law, 1908," of which none of the principal or interest is in arrears.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
dred ($300.00) dollars for the pa vment L "" ',','  *""""'"""��� -"���= "*'*""
F J        ** I Council of the Corporation of the City
of interest  thereon,  and the  sum of    ��� v..,   ���.    ��   .    , .        *������ ���
of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) lt 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    men-
paying the cost of the passing of this |,.    ���. _
���_ T __ .....     ...      _   .     ...    |tioned,  any  sum or  sums  of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum of
Thirty-two    thousand,    five    hundred
($02,500)   Dollars,  and  to  cause    the
Fifty-three   and  20-100   ($53.20)   dol- i
lars to provide for the repayment of
the principal
(<���! The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
: illows  and  not otherwise,    towards |
Dollars     for
Building.
extc.'.sion   to   Market
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
ir been expended out of
general revenue of the City    for
h ��� construction of an extension    to
Mature By-Law,   1908,"    and    the  the Marl.-- Building, and it is expedi-
Biblic Schools   Debenture   By-Law,  enl   thai  certain additional sums    be
DOS,".!' which none of thr prlnci    ��� aded  in like manner,   amounting
.:.:���������'���      i.s in arrears.
NOW.
in all, with the sums already so ex-
.' nded, I i the sum of Six Thousand
10.00)  Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS it. appears that if
the    said    sum    of    S:x    Thousand
I be lawful for the Mayor | ($6,000.01')    Dollars   be   appropriated
City to  rais<3 by way of j from the . meral revenue of the City
���J from any person or persons, body i for the current year the rate of taxa-
toiii
THEREFORE, the Muni
u the Corporation of the City
CfKiw Westminster    enacts as fol-
_i:
irporate, who may be will- | tion
will be excessive, and it is    ex-
geriing;
to advance the same on the credit I pedient that such excessive taxation
the debentures    hereinafter men-' should be avoided, and the said sum
��ed, anv sum or sums of money,  should be raised on the credit of the
exceeding in the whole the sum of  Corporation,    and    that    debentures
KM, and to cause the same to be  should be issued for that amount.
W Into  the Treasury of    the said j    AND,  WHEREAS  for the payment
N for    the    purposes    mentioned !of interest on the debentures proposed
Beta,
1 (2) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
|kcause any number of debentures to
made, not exceeding in the whole
tsum of $6,500.00 for such sums of
honey as may be required, not less
fon |lau each or an equivalent exposed in (.ounds sterling of the Uni-
1 Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire-
at a value of 4.866 to the pound
and all such debentures shall
k waled with the seal of the Oorpo-
"tou, signed by the Mayor and coun-
gllraed   by  the Treasurer thereof,
* by such other person or persons as
ty be thereunto lawfully authorized.
t3) The said debentures shall be
liable on the first day of July, 1958,
"such place or places as the Coun-
* ot the bald Corporation may from
""���a to time appoint, with the appro-
'J" ot the holder thereof, and shall
*'�� attached to them coupons for the
Wttent of interest at the rate of five
���** centum per annum on the amount
hereof, which interest shall be pay
,b,e half-yearly on the first day of
'"""try and the first day of July in
each
coup.
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
of the said debentures, the sum of
Three Hundred and Fifty-three and
20-100  ($353.80)  Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Three Hundred
and Fifty-three and 20-100 ($863.80)
Dollars an equal special rate on the
dollar will be 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, t.ight hundred and eighty  ($4,150,880) Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount
of the existing debenture debt of the
said City is One million, eighty-seven
thousand, one hundred ($1,087,1001
dollars, irrespective of the sum of One
hundred    and    twenty-six J
thousand
I   ���.   ���.u   me  ui-Bi  un*   u.  a.a.a.7   --inum..w-     -��� ,,ronosed   to  be
���* and every year, and the    said  ($126,000.00)  ^^ffigX W
*W�� shall be signed by the said  ,,,s >d   ttnde? ^^ .^ ..^^ De.
|hyor.  " " Ibeature By-Law, 1908.
��>A special rate on   the   dollar Unture By-Law,  ��JJ*        1908," and
\y> be levied and raised in each year ;s,hools Debenture By-Law,
the "Fire
the "Public
| addition to all other rates on all the
pble property of the City, sufilci-
*l to pay the interest upon the de-
ltures and to create a sinking fund
10r 'be payment of the principal there-
���*ben due> 8���bject to any Act or en-
I   J^t respecting the same.
<J> Subject as aforesaid, there shah
ril8ed annually by special rate as
the "Street improvement Debenture
By-Law, 1908," of which none ot the
principal or interest is in arrears.
NOWr, 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
-***- ~-iy be will-
l^a'd. during the currency of the or bodies corpora^. w
J'< debentures    the sum of    Three  lng to advance the same o ^
^   -d   Twenty-five ($325.00) joI the debentures b��-^^
[J* f<>r the payment of   Interest  ��,0ned. any sum or su ^ ^
^o. and the sum of Fifty-seven j exceeding lu the  WBOH
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to: re-
couping the treasury of the City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the works herein mentioned or may
be 30 expended until the proceeds of
the sale of the said debentures have
��� une available, and in paying the
amount to become due for the completion of the said extension to the said
Market Building.
'Ti This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of .August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908." I
im 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 finally passed in
open Council the x day of
1908.
City Clerk.        Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is 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 five p. m., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Eire Hall. Sapperton; and the Light
Station, 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
WHERE.\S, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the general revenue of the City on the
construction of a reservoir at Queen's
Park and connecting mains, ind It la
expedient that certain additional suma
be expended in completing the construction of the said reservoir and
connecting .mains, amounting In all,
with the sums already expended, to
the sum of Thirty-two thousand. ��rt
hundred  ($32,500) Dollare;
AND, WHEREAS, it appears that it
the said aum of Thirty-two thousand,
same to be paid into the Treasury of
the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
(2) lt shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
I be made, not exceeding in the whole
Ithe sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
j 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-
i pressed in pounds sterling of the Unl-
| ted Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire-
jlnnd, at a value of 4.S66 to the pound
sterling; and all such debentures shall
be sealed with the Seal of the Corporation, signed by the Mayor and 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 flve
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 said
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayor.
(4) A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised each year,
iu 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
he raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of One thousand, six hundred and twenty-five
($1,625.00) Dollars, for the payment
uf interest thereon, and the sum of
Two hundred, eighty-eight and 13-
100 ($288.13) Dollars for the repayment of the principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied aa
follows, and not otherwise, towards
paying the cost of the passing ot thla
By-Law and the isaue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to, recouping the treasury of the City such
sums as have bee/i this year expended
on the said works, or mny 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 of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Waterworks De.
benture By-Law, 1808."
I   (8) This By-Law, before the final
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver 11
p.m. June 15, 17. Princess Beatrice
July 3 and 15.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Prinecss May, June  27.
VAN��OUVER--V'CTORlA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
daily except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. d'aiiy.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily except Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria fo-
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New \\-esttuinster on W^d-
ne-sday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st. 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot, j
.Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way-
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 3:30 p-m- daily,
except Sunday- Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
iMCTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
CONIOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
trrives Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.n__ every
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Van
couver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via LadysmlttL
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.S. Amur.
Leavei Vancouver 2nd and 16th ot
every  month.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER PRASER  RIVER.
3. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5 p.m.
For reservations and  information
all or address
RD. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
0. J. COYLE.
���.sit. Oon. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
i. W. TK0UP.
0���ral ���npsrlntsi_.lt Victoria.
flM Wiad In tb*   .omnia Hnllr *****
Verr Little lu Do With lt.
When tbe srorm el mds gather behind
tbe brown laUtumna! woods and cold
winds begin tr blow, then tbe bright
leaves com* 'lrlftii'i*: down In fluttering
fast thickening showers until It almost
.wins us If tbe \\ lad were the actlvt
agent and actually tore the leaves from
the trees. This, of course. Is not the
case. The leaf fall only becomes possible after a long preparation on ths part
of the tree, which forms n peculiar
layer of cells in eacb leaf stem called
tbe cleavage plate.
This cleavage plate, or separation
layer, consists of a section of loosely
attached thin walled cells with a few
strands of stronger woody fiber in
among them, so, ln tbe early autun *,
although tht leaves appear as firmly
attached as ever before, they are really
only held on the tree by these few
woody strands and the outir brittlv
skin or epidermis of the stem. Now
only a slight shock or wind Harry If
sufficient to break the fragile support
aad bring the leaves in showers to t_��.
ground. We may see these woody
strands broken through ln the leaf sccr
of the horse chestnut, where they appear as little rounded projections on
the broken surface and are often spok
en of from their fancied resemblanci
ts the nails of a horseshoe. The luck
cry and ash among other trees ha**-*
similar markings on their )enf sua***!
and from the same cause. On tbe root
of the wild sarsaparilla, which projects
just above the ground, a like series ot
little projections will be seen upon the
ringllke scar which surrounds the bud
where the leaf 6talk has just separate*.
Often the leaves separate and fa!l
even on the quietest days, for their
own weight is sufficient ta break tht'
frail support. These hushed and sv
premely tranquil days we all remew
ber, when our October walks are t.*
companled by the soft, small sounds 11
falling leaves, by tbe rustlings and d?-��
whisperings of their showering mu'.ti
tndes.-St. Nicholas.
SLEEP AND NERVE REST.
it
BOOT and SHOE
.. SALE..
New flolng on at STEVENSON'S SHOE HOUSE, Begbie
St, opposite Windsor Hotel,
New Wsstmlnstsr.
This it our Erst annual sale
and* we are making a gomilne
reduction en nil our 4**4*.
R. STEVENSON.
���rut im repair your eM tfieee,-**
a   Necmalty   Thnt   U   Overlooked
tbe Modern Strenuoaa Life.
In the days when eight hours tat
sleep were nominally regarded as nv
hour too long for ant* self respecting
Individual the exhausting character et
modern life was unknown. There wa��
less wealth and more contentment; lest
competition and more security; fewer
distractions, but more simplicity.
Work was easier, slower and car*,
anxiety, apprehension���in a word, worry-did not feed, like the worm i' th'
bud, upon the hours exempt from toU
We are remorseless ln overtaxing th��
delicate mechanism of our minds nnd
ttervos. The best walker, for instance
does not propose tn himself to go regi.
larly sixty miles a day or to subjec.
the same set of muscles in any oth��r
form of physical exercise to intern*
and unremitting labor. But that !.
what we do with the immediate agent
of our minds- the brain machine. V*
cannot watch its operations. We oft<|
assume tbat its mov-oments are r.s agi
and endless as the ripples of the nni
versa! air. We know and ncvorthelesa.
we forget that the hrain is a substantia
apparatus as liable to depreciation at*
the fixed plant in a workshop. Now,
nothing is more certain than this���that
the potential capacity of the human
brain has not increased, if at all, lo
anything like the proportinn of the immensely aggravated demand upon it.
The modern man ls subject to *..-.
much mental and moral wear and tea?
In a day as his ancestors ln no ver*
remote generation experienced In n
week. Yet in respect of sleep we hav.
hardly changed traditional habit. W��
keep later and still later hours. W*^
catch our trains In the morning st
usual There Is no doubt whatever thi.
we burn the candle at both ends wttS
unprecedented disregard of the laws ol
psychological economy, and that ths
amount of rest we alltyv foi- nerve and
brain is no longer adequate��� London
Telegraph.
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A Fa��t Train.
On the Riviera line near Yentimig.-*.
Italy, the train, after ambling gently
along, stopped suddenly. An llnpatienl
passenger put his head out and asked
crustily, "Is this Bordlghera?" No answer. "Guard, Is this Bordlghera?" be
shouted again. A voice came from the
fore part of the train, "No, monsieur,
tt Is not Bordlghera���It Is a ��ow"
When the cow had been removed frov
the line the train ambled on ��gatn
Two minntes later It once more cam*
to a dead stop. "Another cow. I snj>
pose?" shouted the , testy passeng*
wltherlngly. "No, monsieur. It Is not,"
said the guard placidly. "It Is the
same cow."
A Coatly Dealt.
There is a famous old desk tn tbs
British wsr office tn London. It is ���
desk to which old hands point with
���motion. That desk cost tbe nation
|2M0O,0OO. In it is a pigeonhole with
��� atory. It was Into that pigeonhole
that the dispatch of King Theodore <tf
Abyssinia waa thrust���and forgotten,
After we had been to war fhe doeo
���tent was found in the desk, end we
���0 leaned thnt than ought to have
no war.���Lesion Sketch.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY. JUNE
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A/��_4/VS
WEDDINGS
Lovely
Lovely
Wedding Presents
BIG LOSS or Llf_ IN
WRECK Of CORUNNA
; Seventeen Women Drowned
���Fate of Eighty - Five
Passengers in Doubt.
Morey's
Columbia Street
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Paris, June 26.���A special dispatch
received here irom Corunna, Spain,
says that the Spanish steamer Larache
went on the rocks in a log near .Muros,
where the cruiser Cardinal Cisneros
was wrecked in liiUo. The Larache
sank rapidly and a panic followed.
Reports state that seventeen women
were drowned. It is known that
seventeen survivors were landed at
.Muros, but two of them have since
died. Fifteen others were landed at
Lon. According to the official lists the
Larache carried ninety-eight of a
crew, including stewards, waiters, etc.,
and ninety-seven passengers.
The   Larache   came   from    Cadiz,
, wh*.;*e she bad landed part of her pas-
I sengers. .^he was on her way to Muros,
I when on account of the fog she head-
���; ed. for Corunna.    Suddenly    she   ran
* upon a rock,  but    the captain,    who
* \ knew  the coast  well,  got his  vessel
S* ; off.   -Almost immediately she ran upon
| another rock which was uncharted.
|    The steamer, according to a    sur-
jvivor of the crew, sank within a few
: minutes.    The heavy sea which was
! running at the time destroyed two of
; the lifeboats.    Boats from the neigh-
: boring fishing  villages  went to    the
! rescue, but were able to do but little
for a time owing to the weather conditions.   They   succeeded   eventually
m, in picking up a large number of men
JI and women  who were floating upon
j pieces of wreckage.
j    It has been ascertained    that    the
[number of passengers and crew of the
I Larache total 150.   Sixty-five persons
are known to have been    saved, but
the fate of the other eighty-five is not
known, and it is feared that most of
them perished.
No More Patent Salt for
House of Commons
!
London, ling., June 23.���The members of the House now think they will
be safe from appendicitis. There were
s.i many cases of this disease among
the members, that those who were
doctors of medicine and scientists undertook a rigid investigation of the
kitchen, which provide them with
meals. They tested the patent salt
which was used and came to the conclusion that this salt was responsible
for the epidemic of appendicitis. .\s
a result, this salt was thrown out.
What the British House of Commons
should do would be to pass a law that
only Windsor Salt be used for all
cooking and table purposes and also
demand that all other food stuffs corn*,
up to the same standard of quality.
There seems to be no place in Canada for any other salt but Windsor
Salt. Everybody knows that Windsor
Salt is absolutely pure and wholesome and naturally they appreciate
the importance of using it. If, as
scientists declare, appendicitis is
caused by impure salt, then we all j
ate safe as long as we continue to j
use Windsor Salt.
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ANDERSON f
& LUSBY !
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Back to Bellingham.
Mrs. Ferguson, Miss Mabel Ferguson and Mr. Wright Ferguson, who
have been in the city the guests of
Mrs. F. Shaw, attending the wedding
of Frank Ferguson and Miss Shaw returned to their home in Bellingham,
Wash., by last evening's boat.
j Quality
Ij Always
Wins
WE HAVE IT IN
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,  B.  C.
:
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Council Meeting Tonight.
An important special meeting of
the council will be held this evening
to meet. F. R. Glover, acting general
manager of the B. C. E. R., with regard to the Coquitlam lake dam. The
matter is one which greatly effects
the city water supply, in view of the
lake being the source of the supply.
I The general manager. Mr. Buntzen,
when here earlier in the year suggested the line now taken.
!| Strawberries      *
!And Remember, at
the Lowest Prices.
$ Now Is the Time for
t
I Preserving   l
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CA.WELSH
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
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FOR    SALE     BY ||
1 J.J. MacKay & Co. |
���   Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
c*',.c.:.*,'t ftlHHMHt ii HM il t. a ti il ii ii M.^4i_a4i,'
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To Discuss Fire Display.
At a meeting of the board of con- j
trol of the R. A. & I. society to    be j
held today  it is understood that the
program of the fire display during exhibition   week   will be   submitted   to
the members of the board   for   approval.
What About the Band 7
The citizens are anxious to know
what steps are being taken in the
proposal to supply the city with band
performances. The special committee
appointed to discuss the matter with
the representatives of the hand meets
this evening.
I TRAVFIK AUCTIONEER and
J.  1 IV/i T L*V\0  villMTM.
VALUATOR
All  business  in this line guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale ewery Friday morning
on the  Market square.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
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Farm Loans
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We have $23,000.00 placed
with us to loan on first mortgage
security on improved farm lands.
Rate, 8 per cent. Three to Five
years.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
In your owu home. Also manicuring.
For -"���"""""ement ring up A *��,n
TWO LINES OF
Ladies9 Nightdresses
Specially   Underpriced
Regular
$1.25       j
Special
Price
95c
Regular
$2.25 to $2.50
Special
Price
$1.95
Forty only, Ladies Cambric
Night Dresses, well made,
trimmed with yokes of embroidery and insertion; full
large sizes. Our best regular values $2.25 and $2.50,
and all new goods. Now $1.95
Special
Reductions in
Ladies9
Hosiery
The real worth of our Hosiery-
is apparent at all times; reduction in juice on special lines is
worth heeding. We present an
offer in hosiery not often made,
for the balance of June only.
Every broken line and some
special jobs purchased from a
wholesale dealer to clear up his
stock.   On sale a few days only,
Thirty-five only, \(gj,t
Dresses, all Bizes, mad* from
English long cloth of super.
ior durability. Garm.nt.
such as these at this price
are less than you can buy
the material (or, w��� j,*ace
them on sab- today, Regulai
values $1.15 and $1.25, Special price, each  95C
per  pair
35c
This lot consists of ladies'
hlack cashmere Hose, plain
cashmere, tan and black lace,
lisle, embroidered lisle, plain
black lisle and natural foot cotton; all sizes. Our regular 45c
and 30c hosiery on sale June
only,  per pair �����_��   U
35c
Serge Bathing Costumes
Misses and Ladies ���
A Bathing Suit of extra fine
quality serge, unshrinkable and
fast color; trimmed with rows
of white and cardinal braids on
collar, yoke and skirt; all sizes;
navy only.   Each $3.75 and $4.00
Misses' and Ladies' Bathing Costumes $1.75 each
The most excellent value we
have ever shown in Bathing
Suits; made of navy and cardinal cotton cashmere; durable in
wear; fast color; neatly trimmed; unshrinkable; full size,
and lij-'ht in weight; nil sizes.
Each    $1.75 to $2.50
Children's Batiiinp Suits
$1.00 to $1.50
Made of fine navy twilled cotton cashmere, a material used
almost exclusively for bathing
suits, etc. These suits are one
piece, button on shoulder with
belt and yoke collar trimmed
with  white  braid;   all sizes.
Lustres for Bathing Suits
The popular materials are to
be found in the Dress Goods
Section; ample variety in fine
lustres, navy serges and various other materials we might
suggest. v
Colored Lustres, per yard 25c
to  50c
Black Lustres,  per  yard   25c
to  75c
Fine Navy Serges, per yard 45c
to  75c
Colored Cotton Cashmere, per
yard   20c
Plain Union Flannel, per
yard 20c
Neatly trimmed, becoming
Suits of English duck or drill,
in white, navy and light blues;
made in styles which an' distinctly appropriate* for outing
wear; all sizes and the qualities
are exceptionally varied. Each
$1.50 to   $5.00
Remember
the Remnant
Sale
The remnants are selling fast
during this special sale of short
ends. Ribbons, Laces, Em-
broideries, Cotton Wash Hoods,
Dress Goods, House furnishing
.Materials; all at greatly reduced
prices.
Another Ribbon Special
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30c to 50c qualities.    On sale
25c per yard
Thirty pieces and tads of Silk Taffeta, Duchesse, Plaid,
Striped and Fancy Ribbons, varying In width from 3V_ to -*
inches; all colors. This remarkable snap is offered to enable
us to clear up our stock before the .arrival of our
stock.    On sale today, per yard   	
Buy Your Millinery Now
Every trimmed Hat in our show room at  prices from
to 50 per cent, less than regular prices.
Ladies' and Misses' Sunbonnets and Outing Hats in ne*
styles.    Ask to see them.

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