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Ijjite, Shiles & Co.
p.h-L INSURANCE
NF^W��STMiKSTERtB.C
;, NUMBERIU
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White, Shiles & Co
HEAL ESTATE
SjtfKo.umb.a St. PUite 8$
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  G.   1 I fSSDAY MORN ING. .1VM-.  ;-.
Th.N  CENTS PER WEEK.
CQMIH6 TO Mm     IN CUP CHALLENGE
prominent  and   Influentia .-.. -      lstTwQ
Hen Are Invited to Ad- sdaysinJul S ggestt
dress Guests Next Tuesdaj        i .,. , .   Cu]   ..    ,.
BAND CONCERTS ARE
ADVOCATED BEFORE COUNCIL
CURRENCY BLOWN OVtR
KILL Of TERRITORY
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n-jjai ..... undoubtedly be the gre;
, al treal ever beard In
cilv ���,   | ,,��� ;o take place on Tues li
0( m ,     ���   >. al  the first ibanqu.
,j,i_ \\'e. minster board of trade, to   ���
held in  the   --'pacious dining   oat]  ol
hotel     Tickets   to-   UK
i on sale and maj   e pur-
I for $2 &0 from tne officers
. ,        .    be members of the dltter-
te.  -a an;   of   the   di ig
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.     and
Deputation Waits on City Fathers   Urging   Provision   for
Music in Royal   City    Water  Is  Low  in   Reservoirs    Debenture By-Laws Are Passed
Through   Committee.
Army Paymaster Can't Got Admits Ownership of Krife
Money Away 1*. of ore Storm:    and   Has   Peculiar Twist
Hits Camp.
ates     i
I.
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the
A *���'[, ������ -    ..:-...���    Westtnledbei ... ... and .1. HikIw-i ?.....   Th. m*ju
���nd  -   .       90 .'���   council ii.--. tivi.it.   tea.  accepted     m e__planatio,
��������� ling   fit* regard tu concerts, ana ��.  '"l   ;*iV*,;   " ,,:';'1 '"'*' '���'    i"'10*    ������
.   ..:   financial    .. .,   ,. ...
Prominent Speakers.
*!,.      -.....:.- of thc evening w.i; in-
al ol the most gifted al       '      ' e Shan
toner speakers of this province, men   and 28'
jtp, minence ln their particular lln.  .
Although it  is still too early to sti te
definitely the names of the men who
Wjil be present, it is an assured fact
Hat oi : of those to whom Invitations
lave ten issued will attend and de-
Hvei . eeches of more than ordinary
uce.
The Invited Guests.
:..��� nth   for   the   mi I
necessary, if tin .     Iites a
able to the borne team,  to start  at
two   weeks   ,ri :   .       tth
fixed.   No exhibition garni.   will
ed    ;i thi   .*. ..      .���     - .. t, but it
iot yi i 11 rtain �� ��� ie numer-
is Invitations from various towns en
���   can   -.  acci . ��� thi   return
I ;      from tbe fight.
A full me
���  to a committee,    Sunday  c a
1 > ��� -   ��� i ���   urged m .   s.     .> .    I the
.   ���   ...  docouimoda! log  ,.,..>.
to bus iiw \,\, Saturday  event 13 -
absence oi  Ma. di   Kesurj at  vie-
Aid.   Shiles    presided.      i:.,
ney  by-laws, as    (uxtended,    were
again under eons leration nnd    wen
..   passed.
Tho deputation from the '.iand consisted of C. IX Peek- and K. Jacks! .
.Mr. Peele asked for the same ap-so
i nation as in other years, two dollars
a man toi each concert, offering to
provide Just as man] instruments as
Included  among  those    who
.. . .onored with a request to   ad- ���*
Westminster audience are the   ���'-'���'��� "!* Thui>.la>   t,   .       -   .*...���.*.:.
ard  Meliritle.    premier   ol  '"'"'
Brltisl i .-inn. la; Hon. W. J. Bot. -
.... .t sla ed thai lu tendi . i sui
mitted two kinds of material (or th<
work.
Miscellaneous  Requests.
ln connection with the Improvement
of ihe  i. ��� ... ...   .-, hool   p. .mill-,    ihe
school trustees asked for water pipes
iai be laid ni fronl of the se:
grounds toi irrigation purposes, and
for the use oi the citj roller tor read
when thej were ready. The fust pun
was referred to the water committee,
'ii, second to lhe board of works, with
power to act.
Small and Bucklin Lumber company
wrote asking Un more hydrants to
protect theii  mill, In case of Vive In]
in Right Foot.
Ni w  N .irk.  June   l.V    Pine    Plain*
the .���-ncoiitraiiiri  camp Ol   ;: i    .-.!
��� ��� rs and the national g^ardseaes
-.ii- tore up from one end to the
���   ��� ��� sevee mile.- a-: tei i ttorj  - e'sto r
..���     (OS. -i vi re wind and rain
stoi ui tha. lias atsiie.i thai sec tion to.
��a i 'i ��� rei thousand lent*- w. re
Mown down aad sh* ��� ��� n were ti vi ited
an,i m,.ri ihan imi hor* i Bta_a* eaed
aad escaped from their con..
Pay ma. ier John S Malory wa- I
iriR off ihe Twelfth infantry when the
storm descended He had arranged
the vpiinoy in heaps in '..ills, pn ,,;��� .,
iv, ��� tt, .lis.viiiuiing them. Attempt*
lo set the mone\ hark Into ihe BtTOUig
boxes were- unaucceastol, and in a
moment the ate was full ot eurrencj
A  >11>��� 11<"*���.;   ;.ttswenng    almost     ,   ,*
-* ' - ���   "    -���   i,ii.;.-i oi the mur-
oi Mrs. Mar> Morn.i.n wa.- ea,.-
Iiiie,l ypsit -,. a; I , ,. ��� ,(1 a| fl f.sm|i
close lo White Rock, -. short dislam-.-.
.i'oivi   i'. .     i ���'..-.   .;   the   I.anon
l.<i\s. v.ii.i iiniicii *���:i,, e\i | to GO**
������ ������ ������'.-   :������ bo. eeoift,  m   whos<   i isiody
ne vernal ns a   the ;i | ,v. i innt.
The name  ��� ;   the    man   arreeted
could not he lea rue,1, hul Sldvices from
Ha-.eln.erc  and  1.1;     thai     he
answei-s the #8* , ��� 08 0. '.lie maa
t. mted to rhe smallest paiticiilars.
The nuisi rlamniiift mKl- nee against
him is the i'a<-t thai hi* right loot has
an inward turn, an inlirmi'.y peenIIS*
to the murderer of Mrs.  Morrison  as
Bills of  main    denominations    \>. ���<    evidenced by the footprints of her ae-
���ifiivwar.ls found scattered over a
terrttorj of a mile or Bsore, ana pro**-
ably the greater part of the money
w-ll not he re-covered.
��� neriil: Hon. H. G. Tallow,
minister of finance; Hon. F. J. Pulton,
oi lands and works; Hon. Dr.
S .: . minister of education; C.
Sween< manager of the Vancouver
��� the Bunk of Montreal; it.
il. Mo i 3, manager of the Van<
the Bank ol Commen ��� . >
a. Cn    le, manager of the Van   i
. tbe Royal Hank of ���' _
E, J. i    le, assistant gem cai passi n-
enl ol the   C. P. R.;    Mi -���-���
and Qraj, of    I hi     we
. ol the Q. -Y R,; F. R. Gl
.-  ; -ii the B, C. K. ll.. the
ie  the   , ;   and Vic-
rd   of trade, an i the n
mlnsti r ci Izens;    .Mayor W.
H  Keary, i*. C.  Fisher,    government
��� Id nor .Indue 1-. \\. Howay,
J. B. Kennedy, M. P.; Thomas Uifford,
,;  i    \   and Rev. .1. S. ll< nderson.
i      imsi h.si i8 exceptionally long
and interesting.     Commencing   with
line Ininure,I toast  to the King,
ninion ol Canada will next be
��� a led  to.    British Columbia will
��� ��� de thai of New \\'. Btm nstei city
nml district,   this  being  f< llowod  by
-Xi \> We.siminsier board of trade and
",l" t hoards of trade   Charter cuem-
,;   of the Westminsier board   will
"I'M be honored, this being responded
'" by one of  the city's    oldest    old
"' 'is.   One of the ibest of the many
Eood speakers around    the    banquet
toard has  been  selected   to  reply  to
"ie toast of the Fraser river, but as
h'8 consent has not yet been secured,
""' name is withheld for the present,
Commerce and industries will be re-
8l>cnded to by six different speaker*,
who win trc-at of six subjects, namely,
lumbering, fisheries, agriculture, manufactures, mercantile und  finance. The
;  i"i of transportation will ho dealt
*hh by one or more of the railway
""���a  present,   while    education     will
"Host likely  be handled by Hon. Dr.
voung.    The toasts Of the ladies nun
lhe presg will conclude the list.
Fit  for the  Gods.
The menu selected' for the banquel
'"���"Hides only the tincst  dishes and Is
aimoBt as varied as the toasi list.
mean-
club officials are anxi   islj dis-
ng to whom to extend the Invitation  for the all  in office  oi
the council might desire,   lie reter? .  tn< *��� ���' weather.   The application was
to the   objection   w_rich   promim
business men had las;    year    to tin
BOMS ARE EXHUMED FROM
GRAVES OF EARLY PIONEERS
Work Commenced Yesterday on Transfer of Remains from the Dufferin
Street   Bui..-.i   Ground.
SLEW LITTLE WHITE
GIRL FOR  FETISH
��� .. places of tho whi
elect in He In town cemeteries are
noi always destined to be final, a a
town grows and places which the Uv-
;. ,u ari reqiiir- .1 tor the purposes
of an expanding community. Reasons
ah.-ad) i xplained havi led the au church-people
1,1 iritles to iles.re to r- move the bones
of those e.uly poini i from the little
gravi yard on Duffi rln street to the
l .. rch of England cemeterj at Sap
perton.
Having obtained the council's sanction and oilier preliminaries being
completed, the men were set to worh
yesterday and began digging operations.
The stone commemorating Corporal
James Dlgby, of the RoyaJ Kugineers,
will be recut., and set up in the cemetery. That is the only monument remaining In any state of preservation.
The workmen found three of four
miscellaneous bones but nothing else
so far as their work went, yesterday.
These were placed in a box and will
be reinterred at Suppertou.
The work is being carted out under
the supervision of H. Haggman, care-
taker of the Church of England cemetery. As the ground is very dry, there
ig no expectation of many bones OOltt-
IgB to "wiil after Hie lapse of so many
years.
Saturday evening concerts, they urg
Ing thai it Injured their trade, and he
thought i; would be desirable for tbe
council to consider which day thej
- ��� ild be held, If it prow d wet on
anj evening earlier in the week which
might be decided upon, the conceri
might  be postponed till Saturday.
Mr, Jackson also urged that the con-
tins should be 'begun,   it was stated
thai  so far as the bandsmen    wen
concerned,    Saturday   was    as    ,
, i nieni as anj ol hei daj,
Mr. Peele said many of ihe CltlSOns
had approached him In favor ol the
concerts being held on Sundaj afternoon, Tin- ears foi Vancouvei tt
Sunday were crowded with people u-
in ii to Vancouver to spend the afternoon, and il was a sure thing thai
where there was an Opportunity to
sj end money, ii Would be spent. Many
nl' these people. who were good
would go over to Van-
red to ihe water committee
Q, K. i.iiiey wrote asking tor per-
mision to lay building material 08
Eighth street, on tho approach to -
divisions six and seven ot lot 33, suburban block six, on the oa>i side of
, : stre. 1 The ne* 1 sarj permls.
sion was granted, under the usual
,1   ons
The following accounts were passed
foi  1 ayiv.en;.
Health.
W. S. Co  ?     a!, lti
Ceo      Sutherland . .*        ? .00
SUIiliESTIOJi IS MADE TO
Qt.tiAN.7.E ROWIMi Ell
s.ilant at 1I10 scene of the tragedy.
He also ad.iiils thai the knife found
|eovered wiih Mood by one of the pro*
uivfial constables belongs to him, but
b, s emphatic in his as.eriions that
had lOSl it on the Sunday preceding
the ninrd.-v in l.laine.
K.iiv m the evening the News    re-
,i;\el  Word thai the man was .'.<"ing
brought   to   1his   city   on   the  evening
0. N. R. 1vain in charge of r.iir-*a!*Vte
Burnaby Lake  Ideal  Stretch of Water n^tlk.%, bill neiiln r 1I10 officer nor the
Total 	
Bo.ird of   Works.
T. J. Trapp &  iv	
McQuarrie & fn	
$
.H.IMI
6��.il5
ICi * ed 00 Page Fight.)
CENSUS RETURNS WIL!.
Bt COMPLETED TOMORROW
Figures  for White   Population   In   Today���Civic   Officials   Look   for
Good  Increase.
1
The ci nsus enumerators went out
on then task yesterday. They wore
armed with aboul 4,000 forms which
couver in the afternoon and come
back to church in the evening. When
a trial of Sunday concerts was given
some few years ago the Crescent was
crowded. He would suggest a trial
j should be made.
The matter was referred to a committee of three, Aldermen Janline,
Johnston and (inn-fit.
Hose to Be Purchased.
It   will be recalled  that two  weefes
the council adopted .1 report ot w*��" mi"'- ���"��� by householder*!*   Lett
nre   committee authorising   ***** evening,   Ths Chinese population is
purchase of BOO feel of hose. The Ore .dealt with Beperately hy the Chinese
chief was now heard as to the ex- ]j Interpreter. Charlie Lee Foo. The t*>
perieuce of the brigade with regard to suit Is expected to be known tonight,
various makes of hose. Two kiuilH|s��� far .18 the whih' InhabO.nta are
were submitted to the council, the concerned. Hindus, and Jt, teat, will
Eureka at $1.16 a foot, and the Key- j included in the mill lists. '_ I , enuni-
stone at Jl n foot. The Burekn wa�� Ieratoi*S, and districts arc:
decided   upon   by   the    council.     Both I     \Y,   S     Phipps ���Columbia  street   lo
igo
the
for Boating and Canoe.ng���Residents  Favcr  Proposition.
a proposition io organise a rowing
club in this city is attracting th. ���
ous attention ol several devotei
rowing those Including James L/eamy,
.oou.t Cunningham, Mex. Tarauuu
and several others, in ihe Opinion oi
the orlgtnatoi ��� o! the id<\t. Bernaby
''lo- would ma.ve an .deal spot toi    ...
holding ol   boating   regattas,   canoe
1 ce ��� etc   thi  no ga= stretch of wat 1
smooth and calm at all times.
Anion,, the reeldeate hi the vb
of liu   lake, the jnoposal is being    en-
thuBlasticall) received, as this would
it ni ��� to thai distrlcl a large number
oi people who seldom travel In that
direction ai ilie present time, \i
though the scheme Ut sun in the for
mative stage, M is understood thai a
suitable site tot a boat house largw
enough to accommodate the boats and
eanoes of all  likely  to  join  for some
time to come has already heen selected. BurnabJ lake is easily aco'ssible
at all tim<>:;. eillwr Over the H. C. VI.
U. or U.  N   It. lines.
G. T. PACIFIC WOULD
HAUL WHEAT THI8 f ALL
Havanna, June 15.���ln the town oi
Alcrandas, province of Manlauzas,
Victor aNakarro, a negro lad, was ar-
fe8ted on the charge of complicity in
'ha kidnapping of Luiza Vendes, a
ul|i'e child, who recently disappeared
from her home, and has confessed that
'"'' girl was the victim of a band of
H'ujos or negro wizards. He said that
'"' and one of the wi&ards named
Marin, wh�� was also arrested, entered
ll>e house nnd abducted the girl, who
'-'-I murdered for the purpose of using'
," blood of her heart to cure an Old
'"'Kress of consumption. Members of
""' rural guards are scouring tne
country In pursuit of others of the
''���'nil of BrujoS,
POLICE DISPERSED
STREET CAR RIOTERS
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 15.   1 aruly
..������,!.    Indicating  the   beginning  of  .1
tong gtreel car sink" of conductors
gad motormen last nighl gathered on
Fountain square and riot calls were,
brned in hy the police. It is said that
officers of the Streel    luliway    Km
ployees'
ger carmen
kinds lave given good service iu iho   western  limns, bei ween    Tenth    und
past, but the Eureka has been used  Eighth avenues.
locally for a lunger period. '     P, C. l.ashmiir���Hou|eviud to west-
Shortage of Water. jew limits,  between  Eighth and  Kiltb
Mil. Slillos reported that the reser-  avenuee.
voir in QUSana park would be llnlHlied       (|.   ftobSOD    lloulevurd to  river  bS>
ibis  week, and  he  hoped  tbe council   tween  Fifth nnd Third avenues
I would attend to see the water tamed     vVhltakor   Boulevard to river    iw*
im.    lie noticed there was a goud deal j tween Third  and  Royal  avenues.
l.t
there was a goud deal    lw
InIgiHlou of gardens done In   pro- ���
iii ilted hours, and as the water supply was short In the reservoirs. n<
should instruct the waterworks otTI
elals to lake poooeedlngs If the practice was not. slopped.
Manufacturers' Privileges.
Aid. Garrett gave notice of motion   street,   between
thai at  tl*e next   regular  meeting of  river.
A.  II.  Pei'giU'son-   UOOpold Place 1(1
iiver. between ttoyeJ avenue and cat*.
nai von  streel..
II.  W. llriinsUin���All Ilie city below
Carnarvon,  including  Allien  Gi-esen.
nml to Diilfeiln streot.
Ottawa,  June  1&.��� Mr.  Colllngwood
Ekhreiber, ehi��?f consulting   Mutineer
of the W0111I1.I011 goveiinnenl. left 1o-
dny for the west to Inspect the line
or (he lirand Trunk Tactile railway
which Is under evnuhucUon between
Winnipeg and Btlmontoa. The track
has now been laid on five hundred and
sixty miles or this distance fron.
Portage   la   I'l'alrle   westward   in   the
direction of Bdmohton, ami it is hoped
lhal the connection to the latter Wilt
Ik> Complete LH time 60 nsslRt In tbe
hauling of wheal this fall.
Watching for Mall Robber.
Perl land, tune la. The police ot
ihi'< clty have been asked to be on the
looltOUi for I'hniles Havage, a negro,
wanted,  |t  la  supposed,  in connection
i with the robbery or the QhHed Mtatea
union were Informing passen- L1)e TOUncj,| j,,, WOuUl move to repeal j     ft, Mills    Hlvothroolu. stn-et to east
8, Robson -Boulevard to Bherbrooke jmnllg near KtanaM city   last   ween.
Klghth   Avenue   und Igayage,  according  to government t.e
[teetlves,  Is headed   for    Ihe    Pnellle
that
strike   would    be
am
il red   men
for being m
said.
charged ..ie crowds
One bun-
called. The police
1 made several arrests.
WOI-c  discharged   recently
embers of the union, it l��
the mar.ufattiirerH' exemption hy-hiw, ,,,n h,,,*^ heiween Klghth, Columbia
a provision which aunts the city soeoe  lUtl\ river.
$701 a year In rebates of taxation to  .	
Postal Agreement Is Signed.
Washings,    J���    H-*    -gj"
���i   net ween   the   United
i^ist   agroenient   D'1*'-"
1 .. a- .�� .igned  today
States and France was signea *
by postmaster-General Qeorge Von I
Meyer and Ambassado
maniifii'ilurere established here.
Debenture Bylaws.
The    money  bylaws   were  re committed, and  irtissed clause  by clause.
'       ...       .    ..  ���,,��,���.��� today to commemorate the 100th annl-
Thev were the public schools, streets
World'a Temperance Congreaa.
Saratoga, N. Y., June 15.���A world's
t.inperance congress asBembled   here
iii-it.hwesl. They have traced htm
through several towna where he ls alleged to have e|ient large sums ol
money. The neg;ro Is well known in
Mils oily.
i-.isoner  pn.   in  an  npipearance -when
tin*' train voachc.i here,    lt was learned  later  thai   Uttle    Mavy    Morrison,
. . iter of the innr-dei-ed woman, bad
.    , taken to Hlaiiii* to identify    lhe
SUSpect,     The  Child  declined  to  post-
riv< 1*   state thai he was the man who
aad  killed  h<*r mother, hm  she was
... ���;.. , ������ - tive lhat he WM not the
I    -i.     She   said:       He     looks     very
much like the man. lm*. 1 am noi sure."
Whim    arveste.l    the    '-uspeet     was
.1  le  elean clothe*  and wearing
, lean untleiw-ear.    He stremieu-ly  -tell,ed  thai   charge,  lm-   ihe  sup'lficia!
I viilen, ,- M all against him.   He is de-
, - being about &i   yi ate of
,.id    clean    shaven.    Trom    his
. h be is evidently an Irishman.
Tonstatde    dtUOroe    left    Cleverdale
v< stevday   afternoon to lnveetisa*e a
story told by ihe man under attest to
lhe effee*  thai   he was  working at    a
construction camp near Blaine on the
day of tbe murder. If this statement
is found to be correct, the suspect
v ill probably be released.
The search around Hazelmere is
now practically abandoned by all except tbe pWvl&Clal police. In the
Opinion of the ranchers and milimen,
the assassin has long since made his
way across the border into >merican
II rttlory, and it is there that he will
eventually be captured���If he is ever
captured at ail.
DEMENTED MAN SHOOTS
(IP FRENCH WAR OFFICE
Man Waiting to See Minister Piquart
Suddenly    Begins    Firing    with
Revolver���Hits Office Chair.
Paris, June la.���A man named Bel-
langer while waiting to see Minisles
of War l'ltpnrt at the war ministry
today with the professed object, of
piesenting a petition to hlm. suddenly thrust his hands in his pockets anO.
began firing shots from a revolver..
Two of the bullets lodged in aa upholstered chair and another In the
man's arm. Bellanger was arrested.
He is believed to be demented.
Death of Earl Derby.
France
improvement, waterworks, flre prevention and markets debenture by-lnws,
amounting In all to $132,000. The details have already heen published. The
"jnsserand of public meeting In connection with the
Lulu island land sale, for which the
poll takes place on Monday, was fixed
versary of the organisation of lhe first
temperance society. Today's sessions
were devoted principally to welcoming
delegates,
Victoria.
1   1..  iu iii'i-'nos-'id as cancer
ndon, June 15.-Frederick Arthur   lng*S  maladj   Is dia��� l%
���r the stomach and hi., condition i��
reported as critical this afternoon.
Nimby, Kan of Derby, died here yesterday,
Italians and Knives.
Hamilton, Ont,,   June 15.���ltsiiana
j for Friday evening.   The sale, If the ���t Hamilton held a meeting Saturday
Justice Irving's Condit'on Critical.     , ijy.|aw goes through, Is to tnke place  n|ght which will result In an organiza-
June 15.-~.Vlr. Justice lrv-  on june 27. tlon In this city and probably in other
Tenders for Kalsemlnlng. 1 cities for the purpose   of putting   a
Two tenders for   kalsemlnlng   the Btop   to   He   practice   of   c��rrj(ing
library  were  received,  8.  W.  Cpofc  knives.
Locusts Precede Famine.
Wlllemstad, Island of Curacao, June
15.���The invasion of the state ot
Sella, Venezuela, in which the capital
Ig Maracaibo, by locusts, is taking on
a very serious character. Fears are
entertained that the crops will be destroyed and that a .amine may follow.
Lineman Electrocuted.
Windsor, Junl 15.���Jay Brown, 19
years old, a lineman for the Bell 'telephone company, was electrocuted Sat.
unlay while looking for trouble on the
wires. He was to have been married
in a few days.
British Steamer Ran Amuck.
Southampton, June 15.���The British
steamer Bengore Head, which ran
amuck in Portsmouth harbor Saturday afternoon, carried away part of
the upper works of the battlesnip
Vengeance, Anally grounding in the
mud. She Is now ln the dry dock
here. The damage to her bows is not
considered serious.
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TnE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, jUNE
16.
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
WANTED���Nurse  maid.    Apply -Mrs.
Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
FOR SERVICE���Jersey bull, at Hillsborough Dairy. Sapperton.    $2.
WANTED���Smart  boys
street.   Good pay.
at   229  Front
FUR SALE���One car of driver and
heavy horses. Room _G Windsor
hotel, Westminster.
FOR SALE ��� Seven roomed hOUBO,
bath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage liouse;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner, 1'J2
Eighth street.
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 case containing
telescopic lens. Finder please return to Dally News office and obtain
reward.
High   Water  on
the Skeena
River
-Navigation has practically heen sus-
1 ended on the Skeena river owing to
the rising waters and unusually swift
currents. A despatch from Prince
Rupert says: High wa.er on the
Skeena river, whicli usually occurs
about the latter part of June each
year, has now set in in earnest, and
navigation on the upper river is temporarily suspended. A telegram from
Kitsalas Canyon reports five feet eight
inches of water on the gauge at that
point, aud the river still rising.
The steamer Hazelton is at Hazelton. being afraid to make the trip
down on account of the great quantity
of logs, drift wood and old trees, floated ibj high water, and with which the
river is now crowded.
Tiie steamer Port Simpson on her
last trip up could not get through the
Little Canyon, and Captain Jackman
was compelled to land his eighty passengers; at that point. As there were
no nifins of transportation, they were
forced to walk to Kitsalas Gtinyon, a
distance of eleven miles, where they
nrrived hy ones and twos, tired, foot-
sere ami weary.   The purser refunded
'908.
Wear Progress Brand Garments
-���ths  brand   that   has made
Canada famous for its durable
Clothing/'
For wear, for style and fit, for all the
qualities that are essential to good
clothes, Progress Brand Suits and Top
Codts are the Canadian Standard by
which all others are
judged.
Look for the label that
guarantees satisfaction
MONTRm/i
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Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
FOR SALE���Six room modern house,
full sized basement, on cement ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
foundation, on one of the most .2 to each passenger for the untinish-
heautifully situated lots in the city, ed poitlon of the trip, but this did not
it being the third lot east of Sixth \ appease their anger, and a madder or
street on the north side of Fourth more disgusted hunch of travellers
avenue. Pr'ce $2500; terms, $300 ; nevef-struck the upper country,
cash,  balance   to    suit   purchaser, j	
Look through this house and if you
think favorable of it write me and
I will call upon you. Thos. W.
Hemphill, 1337 Harris street, Vancouver.
WESTMINSTER Realty and Employment Agency, 266 Columbia street.
Furnish male and female help to
employers at short notice, and free
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922.
T7.ARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
ENGLAND AND CANADA'S
TRADE WITH GERMANY
COMPANY, LunjteJ
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
BUTCHER
COLUMBIA   .,
STREET
A'     skilled and common labor   sup- jerumi nts of probabl
plied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, .506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
Montreal, June 15.���A London cable
says ilat a parliamentary inquiry is
being addiessed to Sir Edward Grey in \
tne 0< mmons, regarding the German
movement   for commercial    arrange-
ments with Canada.   The foreign sec- I
retary is leing asked to lay before the i
House an;    representations    received
from Germany and other foreign gov- ;
effect upon their
trade of ;ne French-Canadian conven- ;
tion.
t:
The Miner Knows
What Good Coal Is
and so do we, but you will probably have to depend on the
honesty of the dealer, and we
ask you to try us, and if your
coal is not higher grade than
the average we will be glad to
make good our guarantee.   Our
Pkone 101
PKone 101
prices are right, too.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
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science,
CD���PUPILS    (EVENINGS)
English  subjects,  classics
mathematics.   Rox 487, city.
AT THE  HOTELS,
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
r -.one   431. P.O.Box   885.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK TJIE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Ye_:
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private -ompartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, libra��� and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
tfurthcr  information  call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
Russell.
._.   Flinch,  Vancouver.
II.  IJ. itoss, Seattle.
Frank .Mclntyre, Vancouver.
.1. L, Stewart, Toronto.
W. Brooke, Vancouver.
\V. Benedict, Baltimore.
I''. Davidson, Vancouver.
J. D. Wllten, Vancouver.
C. S. Rolaton, Vancouver.
G. A, Britton, Vancouver.
G.  Ma tilers, Montreal.
.Miss Josephine, Morton, Spokane.
Windsor.
J. H. Reagan, Seattle.
W. L. Purdy, Vancouver.
R. E. Moore, Omaha, Neb.
K. Sherman Lankford, Omaha, Neb.
C. Orser, Seattle.
T. Parnell, Victoria.
J. O. Manzer, Silverdale.
C. T. Purver, Clayburn.
Mrs. Robinson, Langley.
T. Theroux, Millside.
T. Campbell, Kamloops.
Dan Calloghan, Hammond.
J. Jolly, Langley.
J. H. Dissay, .Mount Vernon, Wash.
G. Fowler, Hedley.
.Mrs. Moore, Clayton.
Guichon.
W.   Baillie, Port  Haney.
Alex. Robertson. Tynehead.
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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.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN ���-i
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Fruit Ranches
good
Ten acres convenient to town-    All  slashed;   no  buildings
water; on good road.   Price 11100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road. All slashed
two room house; small garden and chicken house apd run; Bplendli
soil and good water.    Price $1200.    Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TMI.T COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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$500 cash and monthly payments, same as rent,
will buy one of the best houses in thecity, just
built. Every modern convenience. Lot
66x132. Planted in orchard. Close to the
park and city car line.
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Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
S.S.   RAMONA!
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
! P. PEEBLES
REAL (STATE
 ^^^^^^^^^^^    BROKER
FIRE  AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE VALUATOR.
Phone 307. P. 0. Box 13.
Kt:ti
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Notice re Water Rates :
Electric Railway Service j
Ue iot 241, group 2, New Westminster
district..
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will he issued to
John S. Robson on tbe 15th day of
Juno, 190., 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, 1st May, 1908.
The person or persons  having    In
their custody or possession the following  Title  Deeds  relating  to    the
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned:
2Sth July, 1890���Louis    WUUe    to
Ernst Gr.au.
Conveyance In  fee.
J. S. ROBSON,
per C. E. Robson.
Applicant.
The following resolution was passed
in ilio regular meeting of the City
Council on June 1. 1908:
"That the water rates to he paid by
consumers lie amended as follows:
"(1) That the water supplied to
Chinese houses and all olher houses
and offices In connection with sawmills or other industries he charged at i
the household meter rate, that .all
sawmill stables lie charged at the
schedule rate per horse. (2) That
ihe minimum charge to household
meter services be Increased to $1.87
;ier month, subject to the usual rebate.
(���1) That the minimum meter charge
to business meter services be in- ,
cieased to $2.00, subject to the usual j
rebate. (4) That the Irrigation rate I
by meter be increased to 20 cents per
100 cubic feet. (5) That the meter I
rent for one half inch and three- j
quarter inch meters be 25 cents per I
month, nett."
W. A. DUNCAN,
�� City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4, 1998.
, 11
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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 car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapp��rton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  hair-neurty be- !
tween 8.30 a.m. and li p.m.       \
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman &  Ker    wharf.
New  Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves  Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R. WHITMORE, Secretary.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS]
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next   sailings   of   the   Empresses
June 26.
For other dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
Westminster
Transfer Co
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J
QOOKSLETS
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POST CARDS
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        ADVERTISE   ^^^^
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HE     DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
ARE  NOW  ON SALE  AT
i M. MOREY'S STATIONERY  STORE.
| J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
' F.  MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
lor CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express end freight connect witb
ttages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service'
For information apply to
J. H.  ROGERS. Traffic   Manage:
Vancouver. B. C.
Ke the southeast Quarter ot section ll,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the above property will be Issued to
James G. Smith on tlie fourth day of
June, 190$, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to mc
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��.08
The person or persons Saving ln
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the aald
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
whitt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
In fee.
January 9, 1886���Montague William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEAR30N,
T'T. Agent,
Office '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 Dally
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
ANl�� ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets  on  sate    to all
European points.
Special   Reduced, Ratea   Round   Trip
Rates  to   8outhe*-n   California
For fu3I information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Portland. Ore. TU
ESDAY. JUNc   '"���   ���"������
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of havine ���   swings Account?      *
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
The =
ROYAL BANK gmNADA
invites you to join the large numte , f    ���.   ��� ,..* Denositor
.    INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR
Put your money where il is acce Bible wh '
^eSSyiSL11^^ SPECIALTY
aSTARl NOW- DON'T DELAYS
New Westminster Branch.      p# g   LYLr    M
RYALL'S
Lime
Pure and Fresh
25c a Bottle
TRY IT
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At
Ryall's Drug Store
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutactutrrs and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned 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
To-day tkere is nol: ohc
feature in ''FASHION-
CRAFT clotkes-Style,
fit, quality, shape retain-
ing, which is not as
perfect, as good, as
dependable as can be
found in the highest
priced custom tailored
garments.
H. L. DeBECK
New W_sfminst_r.
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By Wearing a buit of Our
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Summer Underwear
UMBRELLA  AND  SHOES.
Their   Impoi t.-.r.cs   In   tlie   Eyes   of  tht
Indian  Native.
India is so vast that different etl
queues prevail in different di.tricts
WV have no standard etiquette, nc
standard dress. Wo mostlj copy Eu
ropean etiquette while with Europeans
Even a Bengaleeq shakes hands with t
Bengalese, speaks in English fot a few
minutes and then breaks forth into tht
vernacular. We shako hands with *.
European on parting, but by mlstakt
again touch tin hand to the brow in t
���alaatn, so wo both shake hands
salaam and do tin* like, and no BObel
minded European ever cared for th>
anomaly.
The umbrella Is the emblem of royal
ty. the sign of a rajah, so natlvei
generally fold their umbrellas be for*
a rajah aud uot before anybody else.
however great. It Is not a part of tht^
dress, but a protection from the rain
ir sun, a necessary appendage, just
like the watch and chain. Vou might
as well ask a European to take oil;
his waterproof coat. A conly Is not
bound to fold his umbrella when r
brigadier general rides past. But ��
menial generally closes down the urn
brella en Beelllg his master, whom hr
considers his king. Ttut no Indian
however humble, ought *T5 fold up th'
umbrella, even before a magistrate, be i
cause he is neither tlie mastiff of tin
bumble passerby nor his Superior otB
cer. nor is he bound to salaam h>___
But if ho does, no harm. In n word
natives generally fold the umbrella
before a master or a Mipetl^r office)
and uot any other citizen, hmvevet
groat, and this Is no insult.
While going to so* n nutivt chief It)
his palace the native visitor or official
takes off his shoes if the reception
room has a furash and the rajah is sit
ting on his nmsnud. Nut if lie is re
eelred in the drawing room, furnished
after the European stylo, thu shoes.
are allowed. Iu some states no n�� '
tives can go t_> B rajah without a pn
gree. In others the pugree is takeoff and tossed at the feet of a r>> ah
lt is ridiculous in a European I-for
the Hindoo polnl of view) to ordw .
native to take off his shots. Thi. Is
what we ask our priest to do. Bo that
we may touch the dust of his feet
A. munslil when mildly relinked by his
sahib took off his shoes, but recounted
the whole scene to his better half, say
Ing. "Sala hamara gor ka minis lenaj
majrtnn!" ("The brother-in-law want]
the dust of my feet.")���Indian Military
Gazette,
PRINTING
CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRICE
THE SROP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
located arti.ii REAR
of "Daily News" Block
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
SODA
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IS THC BEST.
E.W.GILLETTffr*^
TOR ONTO. ONT.
POINTED   PARAGRAPHS.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    ��.4.400.0C0.Q"
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
8ranche�� throughout Canada aud New toundland, an.l ln London, England,
N-.W York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A.. and Mexico City. A <_en-
eral Banking Business Transac .**_.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl correspondents In all narts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of |1 and upwards,
and interest allowed ai 8 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
lour times a ytar.
lotal  Assets over  $1G8,000.')00.00.
v-iW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH O. D. BRYMNER. Man***'
Ela
Balbriggan,  All
Sires
Sires
Natural   Wool,  All   Si:es
stic   Ricbed.   (>A/atson
'a,)   All
Stanfield's,   All
Deimel s Linen Mesn
Sizes
All Size
s
No iran eve; landed a particular^
nasy position fcy trying to dodge v. ork
Almost every niau imagines he v 0Ul<!
do B lot of philanthropic stunts If h>
had the money.
Why is It that tho people with uott
Ing to do but sit unwind nnd visit, ar
Mich dreadful bores?
Some people imagine that by li.int
impudent they are showing others th. j
nre "as good as anybody,"
When a father and son are lu busl
uess the son can usually tell of a lot ot
mistakes his father makes.
Almost any married man can rnak��
tils friends smile by saying he Is per
fectly free to do us he pleases.
When the carbolic acid bottle filial.
Itself next to the cough medicine oi!
the shelf, Death stops sharpening hb
scythe to lean back and be merry.���
fctchlaon Globe.
Double Daily First Class Trains to
All Points East.
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:15 a.m.,
Imperial Limited at 5:15 p.m.; morning train connect also for Seattle. The
evening train makes connection tor all
points in Kootenay.
Excursion rates 1o eastern points
on June 19th and 80th, .Inly Hth, 7th.
���__n i and 83rd,
For furtht r particulars an.*?, reserva-
t'ons apply
ED.  COLLET.
Agent, New Westminster.
or  10 E. .1. COYLE,
Aaat Cenl. Pass.  Agt., Vancouver.
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IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster. Telephone 333.
Dinnerware!
WE have received a new shipment of our three stock patterns - "ANJOU," "ARCADIA," and "YEDDO." If you are
using any of these patterns, it is a good
time to replace the broken pieces while
our stock is complete. We have some
splendid values in sets, and a good
assortment to choose from. :      :
FRONT STREET.
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97.
R. MILES & CO.     , ~                    r
Plumbs. Gas and Hot Water filters, ft. I The Oriental (Mid 10.
{ of Vancouver.
K 'pairs of all kinds given .special at- ���an.ee Labor Contractors
tention. Sewer connections made.           ! Japanese
_.��� I I New Westminster uranch P. U.
Moderate Charges.            Phone   A 877
Front St. Naw Westminster
tf       ADVKKTISE      "��
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ADVERTISE      TB
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i- IN ���
THE     DAILY     NEWS
THE
D A 1 L v      NEWS
If VOU War. a Situation.
FOR Bid RESULTS.
"Checkmate."
"Checkmate!" represents "shah matf
-"the shah is dead."    'Sbnli," in fact
entered our h'.ngnage long ago via Arabic nnd ok.   French,  arriving  In   tht
form   of   "check."    "Chess"   is   re.i.11".
"checks,"    kings,    and    the   cry    ol i
"Check!" means your king Is In danger,
bene-,    the    verb    and    substantive;
M'*ck" in all their English meanings- i
���"Acck,"   which   waa   originally   th��
counterfoil of  a  bill that served  tx
"check" fraud;   'checkered," from tha
aspect  of   the   chessboard,   nnd   "ex I
chequer," from the checkered pattern
of the tablecloth on which the king>
accounts were kept with counters. Al!
these we owe  to the  Persian  sover!
eign's title.���London Chronicle.
Th�� Bosnian Roasting Jack.
A curious variety of the old fnsb
loned roasting jack Is used by the
peasants of Bosnia and Herzegovina
when rousting sheep whole, ns on th��
occasion of a wadding ceremony. Ouu
often sees near a running stream fc
long pola hiving one end revolviin
freely iu n socketed peg, while th
oilier, ovwhanging tho water, is equip
pod with miniature paddles. This 1.
(lie Bosnian roasting Jack. The shoo-
to be cooked Is Impaled on the log,
n flre Is lit underneath, nnd whlls
tbe current snlns the paddles and thr
pole merrily round the big Joint [>
cooked literally to a turn ���Wide World
Magazine.
W��iy She Was Pleated.
Tess���Did Mt. Harem ever call on
you? Jess���Yes; lie called last eveu
Ing. I was quite delighted when th*
girl brought up his card. Tess���Oh
come now. You weren't really delighted? Jess���Certainly, You see, if sh*
hadn't brought up hla card I might
have gone down to him. thinking It
waa some one else.���Philadelphia Press
Suited For Something.
"Your little boy may become presi
dent some day."
"I hardly think so. Archibald la too
modest and retiring."
"Oh, well, he may gat to be vice
president."���Philadelphia Bulletin.
Tho largest^ grasshoppers are found
tn South America, where son-e specimens reach a length of r . Inches,
with a spread of wlnga o*      Inchest
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between.
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
! ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
! Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
1 PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
, For Tim* Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
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! Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
j Nelson & it. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
i The only all rail route between all
i points east, west snd south to Ross-
jland, Nelson and intermediate pointa
j connecting at Spokane with the Great
j Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can,
adtan Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek pointa.
Connects at Meyers Falls witb
stage ("lily for Republic
Buffet lervke on trains between
���jpokane and -Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November   t%
[pot.
Leave
9-ao a.m.
It-tatS    (MB.     ..
g.<m a.m. ...
Day Train
,. Spokane
.. Rossland
.Nelson ..
Arrhm
..7i$ p.m.
..4.10 pm.
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offices, corner of Sixth and Front
Btreet a, .New Weatminater, B. C.
tion."Thai the question he now put."   ber>   put  together)   and  thoseT.n^gT^
aoall he put forthwith and decided, | the Opposition who copy tbHLo^I
gentleman.���Ottawa Free Press.
TUECDAY, j,ja.
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E.   A.   P_
Managing Director
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TUESDAY, JUNE  16,  1908.
NEED FOR CLOSURE.
The systematic obstruction whicli
is being practiced by the Conservative
Opposition in the Canadian House of
Commons would be impossible in the
British House of Commons, and the
sooner it is rendered impossible iu
the Canadian House of Commons the
Letter for Canada. It may be good
politics���though that is open to
question���but it is shocking bad business for the country, and something
ought to be speedily done to stop
this perversion of ihe purposes of Parliament.
Canada at Confederation adopted the
rules and general plan of proceeding    	
then in vogue in the British House of   rules
without amendment or debate.
I.i. When the motion "That tne
question be now put" has been carried and the question consequent,
theivon has been decided, any further motion may he made which
may requisite to bring to a decision
any question already proposed from
the chair; and also if a clause ibe
then under consideration a motion
may be made tbat the question that
certain words of the clause stand
j part of, or be added to the bill, be
now put. Such motions shall be put
forthwith and decided without
amendment or debate.
(3).    Provided  always that    this
rule shall be put in force only when
the   Speaker or   the   Chairman    of
Ways and .Means is in the chair.
The   closure   was   introduced   about
tbe  same  time  as  the rules  for the
suspension of members guilty of obstruction; and, with efficient Speaker,
and    chairmen   of Ways and  Means
such as the British House   of    Commons invariably appoints, it achieves
Its purj>ose and no more, the rights of
the  minorities having been  well  upheld. '   |
The remarks of May on the circumstances that gave  rise to    the    new
���we  aptly    applicable    to    the
O. Box  471.        Tel.  53.        Res.   ...
Estimates   Submitted.
NEW  BATTLESHIP TO
GREET   PRINCE   OF   WALES
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
_     ���. JOHN   REID.   Proprietor.
-New*  ork, June  15.���Work is  being
rushed on  the    new     United     States .Manufacturers of
battleship   New    Hampshire    at    the  Wrought   Iron   Gates,  Fences,
Brooklyn navy yards, that she may be '
ready to leave here Saturday, on her \ ingS' Ba,COn-y Rai,ings' an
trip to Quebec to honor the Prince of Pire   Escapes.
Wales'   visit  to   Canada.    The   work _
of coaling the New Hampshire will he ( General Machine.Worl.
commenced Tuesday and special quar- \ BLACKSMITH.NG
ters are being arranged for Vice-Presi-! 	
dent Fairbanks, who will go to Quebec
as the special representative of President Roosevelt.
Cres
Circus Day at S^ew West
minster, Saturday, June 20
PERFORMANCES AT 2 an-xl 8 P.m
s Day at Vancouver, Monday and t_��   __
e22 and 23.    Performances at i\m\%,[1'!>
i Circu
June
mgT%fm
__3taa4(>.^#..>_w<,^
Office and  Works:
Tentli Street,   ���   New Westminster
p. m.
ss&.
���������- .
sisted in, would frustrate the power
and authority    of Parliament    and '
secure   the domination    of a small
minority condemned by the deliber-
ate judgment of the House and'   of |
the country.    That it was unparlia- '
mentary and opposed to the princi-
pies of  orderly     Government    was
manifest. j
Canada today is not quite under the '
      hut
it will be if something drastic is not
done to curb Hon. George (who does
more talkin
Commons.    It was a time when cus- j political situation in Canada today. He
torn exercised a restraint that is but  said: _______k^___sl
little felt today. So the rules of procedure weie more general than precise, and there was a wide liberty of
discussion. But when, in the 70's and
80's, Irish questions took a foremost
place iii the British Mouse of Commons, and Irish members went to the
extreme of exhausting the privileges
��� of Parliament in furtherance of their
agitations, it was realized that the
limits of legitimate discussion had to
be more precisely defined. And this
wn?. done.
In 1877 the Speaker declared   that
.any member wilfully and persistently
obstructing   public   business   without
just and reasonable cause would    be
deemed guilty   of   contempt of    the
House and liable to such punishment,
wnether by censure,   by    suspension
from the service of the House or by
committment, as the House might adjudge.
"That a revision of the standing or- j    ..anatia t
ders must be made to secure the due domInation of a small mlnorit.
transaction of public business and to
maintain the dignity of the House became obvious," says May, the noted
authority on Parliamentary procedure.
"The matter was    considered   by    a
select committee in 1878, and a standing order w.as passed on February 2S,
1880, amended on November 'l'i, isn'i,
for ihe suspension of a member, on
being named by the Speaker or Chairman of a   committee   of the whole
House, for committing the offence of
disregarding the authority ofthe chair
or of abusing the rules of the House
I >��� persistently and wilfully obstruct-
ig the business of the House."
The power given un Ier this rule ha~
-*<een  frequently  exercised;   and,  If a i
i_ ember has refused to withdraw him- ;
seif on   being suspended,  say,  for  a
week, the Speaker has only had to call i
attention to his refusal  for the term I
to ibe  automatically extended  to the J
.thole session, within which time he
is not to appear even within the pre- :
cincts of Parliament.
The next instrument for the control |
of a malignant minority in the British
house of Commons is a rule whereby
the Speaker or Chairman of a commit- i
tee of the whole House can order   a '
men ber to discontinue his speech if,
he is irrelevant, tediously repeats him- I
r-elf, or repeats what others have been
siiying.    There is something   of   the
kind  in  the rule
House of Common
been applied, as it has In Great Brl
tain, to motions for the adjournment
of the House or of a debate.   A metn-
iber, on a motion for the adjournment
��..' the House, often start, out with a
ltgHimate topic  for  discuss'on,    and
then  wanders off Into the customary
campaign  matter, Intended    for    the
ears of his constituents and with no
immediate  purpose  to  serve  in con
ncction with the Government of   I
country.    In this way Parliament   be
comes a mere debating society. VXR
The proceedings of the  Committee . Mj
Of Ways and Means in    the   British ' *���"-**
House of Commons are also regulated,
��s t'.rey are not in the Canadian House
of Commons; and the estimates of the
Civil Service, Army and Navy have to
be passed  within    a  certain    period,
which, however, may he extended by
resolution to that effect.   This resolu- ,
tlon has  to be    agreed    to    without ���
amendment or debate.
The foregoing rules are, of course, ���
important  instruments  In   facilitating
business.    The chief one, however, is i
the closure, which Is as follows:
(I). After a question has been
proposer! a member rising in his
place may claim lo move "That the
question be now put," and unless It
shall appear to the chair that such
motion Is an aln.se of the rules of
the House or an infringement of
the rights of the minority, the qucs-
RUBBER STAMPS
No morj nsed 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  CANADA
Mail   orders filled  same  day  as  received.
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
The rules of Parliament are designed to afford every legitimate opportunity for discussion, to ensure
reasonable delays in the passing of
important measures, and to guard
the rights of minorities; and freedom of debate has been maintained
and observed by the rules and
usages of both Houses with rare
patience  and  self-denial.    But,    of
iate, those salutary rules have been   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
strained and perverted in the House   Works     at     EDMONDS     STATION.
of Commons for the purpose of obstruction.    Such, of course,  if per-
A  Hardman.    A. James.   J. ivIcCluf.Han
HARDMAN I CB.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
H. ** TL tr*
rn	
^*ii^i-uy
/i__tfiffffiQ3i__^:
Double mehagerie
ROMAN HipPOMOtt
J. TRAVERS ��snMm���d
VALUATOR
D. C. PATTERSON
Boilermaker
PERSO.N'AL  ATTENTION   TO
REPAIRS.
P. 0. Box 90S.
Phone 413.
PASTURE
LAND
FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES
From   one  to one  hundred  head.
FIELDS  FENCED.
Abundant grass  and water,
to the owner,
All   business  in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale  every  Friday morninj
on the  Market  square.
We have just received
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever crossed
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
M Merchant Tailor
APP'y ; Columbia St.,  NEW   WESTMINSTER
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^^^^^^^^^^^^  jflg   ,
Grand Spectacular Street Parade 1 O:,30 a, m.
100 NEW AND NOVEL FEATURES 100
The only big railroad show coming Ih.syear
H     f W. R. AUSTIN
than forty average mem-   Telephone J 175.      SAPPERTON  P.O.
Id
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THE       DAILY      NEWS
GASOL.NE
ENGINES
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hoe
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COWIE
Have proven to be superior to all others in DUR
LIAEILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully IIlu
merits of ths engines.
The Schaake Machine Works,
SOLE   MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
FOR
THE
Hot
.Summer Days.
For a cool, comfort- &w
able summer footwear S$j
there is nothing to take ��}
the place of a light, well
i.��_*__���_ oi _��Itu w  , -^      w fitting Canvas Shoe.
:��;",.'t"I,;::::!:: M We have a�� the new styles in these summer shoes.
it has in Great Rrf.   LlJ     nT
Men's White Canvas, Goodyear welt Oxfords, guarantee-1, not to squeak a
-��air $2.50
Men's Brown Canvas Boots,
aPair $1.50 to $2.00
'.','  PR   Women's Blucher cut, large
10 ' gB    eyelet,   Canvas  (Xxfords,
-��>    new in to-day $1.75
Women's best American,
white, pink and blue Ox-
fords $2.50
Boys', Misses' and Children's Canvas Shoes from,
a Pair 75c to $1.50
Ltd.
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and hav; them ex
amined. We make no chargt
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in  T.   Gilford's
Jewelry   Store.
^�� An .Eyesore
Nothing givet a bright res dencc 1
Mfeil-si" Mtback than an unkempt, neg-
l��etld lawn. And, yetl What is more
pleasing than a well kept greensward.
A little attention* will reward you
with a Beau Brummei garden, msteid
of one looking for all the world IM
a dirty, tattered, listless Hobo*,
When you purchase your lawrT
mower, get one that will respect your
r. J. TRAPP  & CO.
Buy Your Summer Shoes Here
JOHNSTP Big Shoe House, Ifd.
HARDWARE,  ETC.
Limited
COLUMBIA  STRSKT
FOR SALE....
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we>ill
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
*���** TUESDAV;
JUNE  16,  1908.
THL   DAILY   NEWS.
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r . tAQa, nn*    *
fflE CSSH STORES    T.H.SMITH    THE CK�� STORES
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-_"_..���(,..���������_..���.���___���._. ���._.*.*-.��� ..��� .
- "I a-V.-'.,���I ,".*-.(���*)<**'.**-   -*��� ',-'.--
educti
Greater Bargains and More Rigorous Price Reductions Than Ever
Monday  and   following  days will   ,,;���, sa   ;;i   ^  _,0_e  (
trade movement than even the two   previou ..   produced
third week of this great sale, Instea ; of . , . .... ,. ,lgJ
teone would naturally expect, r.uh tend, to augment it.   ;,;..:.,  , .
items hitherto unnientioned are to be offered this week al prices that
must make them fly away.   TliiS Is your opportunity.
Ladies' wash suits at SI.95
mplete line of fancy prim  dret ��� ���
nie*
all sizes; values up to $3.50.   June S   .   ...
u.cel*
  $1.98
Women's wash skirts at $1.50
Thii la an exceptionally cheap
I,:., a omen's wash skirts, in
... lti duck,   pique and  Indian
p. gular values i $2.M and
J2.75. dune  Sale  Price   ..$1.50
$1.73  Dressing Sacques, 9jC
a   ��� tutlful assortn   _
a line   of manufactun
pies, in white und colored lawns,
percales,  etc.,  nicely  trimmed;
regular price $1.7:..   Jim,   Sale
Pr'ce 95c
Children's dresses and boys'
blouses at less
. making your purchase o�� children's dresses you would do
veil by first inspecting our stock and comparing our juices and
qualities.   Remember they are all reduci ..   Prices  50c to $2.95
Interesting items in the staples dept.
Bath towels at 50c per pair
You will soon be going to th\_* beach. Hi �� are you off tor bathing
I W'e have a specially suitable one for the seaside; i'^ yards
lon_   regular price 65c.   Juno Sale Prlci ialr  50c
Muslins, Ginghams, Etc.. !0C
Fancy Ginghams, Zephyrs and
:..:- Is  a medley  lot,   being
Vestlngs al I5c yard
ice or ends ol  th     ��� i-
Sei   this   marvellous   bargain
.         sh goods   ..'     muslli
oi vestlngs, ginghams, embroid
pi:.    ind ginghams, values up
ered Zephyrs, etc.; values 23c,
to . f per yard.   All going for,
35c and 50c. Now going tor, per
...a  10c
I
Sp
ecial sale of sample curtains
_ an offer worth < nq ill
lace curtains. 2*4 yards
e Price 	
ng into; thirty pair of cream Not-
long, verj wide; regular price $l.o<��,
 65c
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T. M. SMITH
The Store Value
Built
S.BBIE.
Home of the Hat
Beautiful
lttK''r^Tm^tiimttm*wn ii "" rmr ���i
���aremi _
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'   ONE CAR OF RAYMOND ALBERTA   |
Hungarian Flour ll
$1.60 sack <
.25 bar'l
I
GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY.
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY    i
AT   TME
| Public Supply Stores GEOprA0DpAMS
��� Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.       Phone 92.
>*��********************^ 4 ****************���������*���*
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
*
Mitral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
family trade a specialty.
"' l13* Office   Eight street
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door,  from   Geo. Adam*. Crocs
CITY NEWS
*   ��� ���   A......    Hungarian
*' 28 barrel.   Geo.
-   .   I;  Sore. **
��� ��� brought 500 barrels   ot
-  i om Victoria on
....
I    on   pjge S   for   swell
-   'ds.    Chamberlain, **
aia Polheniis, of Santa
.  is  spending iho  sutsmi .
ty. thi  guesi of Mr.
and  Mrs. A   .W.   McLeod.
F- butter  at   Howard   &
Muirh     . ���   .*,   ,,;:ij ;, ,,  per jxnnld. ��.
rhe C izen's Temperance league
hold a meeting in St.. Pauls church
school room tonight at S p.m. Several
matters of Importance  come  up  for
.
���     ...ams and all kinds of
. i      tal le plants  Davies &
Son.   Telephone Bins.
William Nelson,   manual    training
il  Instructor, will be at Queens
. all this  week Imparting  know-
In carpentering work    to   the
. b of the city.
��� ' iplloate orders of the "Auto' ctgai
proves their growing popularity.     **
A meeting of the members of me
executive Of the Publicity association
was held last evening, and several
matters referred to them by the general meeting last week came up for
discussion
The Georgia returned here yesterday after a trip to Vancouver island,
where 40,000 salmon fry were left at
Union. This cruiser has been busy
distributing fry at various points in
the i ���'ti ! Ci r some time.
Rain or .bine you will Hnd comfort
ii* an "Old Sport" hand made cigar, **
The name competition for the new
wist side school was won by 11. A.
Shiles, who thereby wins F. ,1. Mac-
Kenzle's prize. lie was the flrsl to
suggesl "Fraser Centennial." His
Honor .Judge Howay made the award.
Mayor Keary is one of a deputation
which wen; to Victoria yesterday to
Inti rview representatives of the provincial governmenl with reference to
the dyking scheme which it is proposed to commence In Sumas district
this  year.
Basing their estimates on flii.ooii,
and the porportion of taxes received
and levied last year. Ihe Burnaby
council has decided that a rate of LM1-
mills on wild land, !H_ mills on improved iand and _'_ mills for school
purposes be assessed this year.
The members of Queens Avenuo
Methodist church Epworth league have
decided to take part In a trolley party
to English Bay on Thursday of tills
week, when chartered cars will leave
the B.C..���..!.. depot at 6:50 p.m., returning about midnight, Tickets for
the trip can be purchased for 50c from
Prof. Hetherington, T. F. Phillips or
\V. Reid.
MERE
Many persons no doubt think il
wise to put off wearing glasses as
long as they can. This is a wrong
and dangerous conclusion. The
only conuuon sense tiling to do la
to aid your sight by the use of
glasses, without delay, when you
need them. Come to us and we will
ten your eyes without charge and
nil you honestly whether you
should wear glasses or not.
As our stock ls too large we have
decided to give the public the advantage of reduced prices for a
short tinrn. It will pay you to call
and consult our optician free.
,ir     ADVERtlRffl     ta
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M|LY      NEWS
lf Vou'v0 jf^U_*/b An>thii.s.
the
I allies'Gold Watcnes trom 112.76 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Water,"    open
%����.<- Silver  Watcues   doubl-   Q^nj   SpeCtaClCS   80(1  IMS
i   ase  $7.50 up. *'        "
Lgent for th. *****[*���*��*
'STUB" VI.  -ranted.
Chains, Rings. Jewwry. **"'" ""
NEW   WESTMIN3TEfli
Chains, nius*. *��������� ������-��� ���_...������
Watch   "M-atrla:?:    marges   reason
able.
V. Heath, late ef Ottawa, in eharft
of the Optical Department.
klUd.    Oi          ....      alt    1 .  .      .-.    i,k-
lionsi.    l'tmnc 1.4. ��*
a cyclist ��as fined at ... .
. f.-t t i-ilay for riding Oa I lie slde-
iwail, lu contravention of the b; law,
N.. ��� i ttei goods tn id* 1  i .. I hi . li a,
��� liavana ' Brilliante" cigar, ������
All musicians in  ihis city  desiring
a the Westminster band ai
quested to communclate with .1. W.
Rushton at as earl?   a  date as possible.
Canadian Wheal Flakes SOc per
package al Howard & Mulrhead's.   **
The heigh; of the Fraser river at
Yale decreased bj eight Inches yesterday. At Kamloops, the Thompson
nver is falling slowly, although the
weather remains  warm.
We have a alee fiv�� room bouse, was
built last year;  on good street, very
near to Sap] erton    ca.    Ila< .   $1 ,
terms. Abbotl ,>_ Hyde, 23S Columbia
street / **
The sheriff has pui in a distress for
rent due to A. Hardman for the preni-
Ises   rteen'.h   opem-d  as  a   vaudeville
beatreon Mackencii .-tree;. The business is now al a standstill
The funeral will take place at the
Odd Fellows' cemetery today of Mabel
CMrgina Hodson, aged 23 months,
who died at the residence of the parents, 120 Keary street. The body will
leave the house at 3:30 p.m,
lt is reported thai the small dam
on Nloomen island has broken away,
Hooding a large area of land. Cattle
had to swim for their lives, and much
of the Hat lands are under water.
Houses can only be reached by boat.
Captain Plttendrlgh heard yesterdaj
*:i the distrlcl court, a charge made
by G. It. Xoyes against Frank Peter-
ton for threats used to him al Souih
Westminster on Wednesday, and the
t'eieiidant was hound over iu the sum
of $100, in his own surety, and ordered
to pay the costs of the court.
The directors of the North Vancouver Horticultural association have Invited the Westminster olty council to
the ope.'in;; of their hall, at the corner
nf I_onsdeltj and Twenty-first streets,
on Wednesday evening. July i. at s
p.n*. As many of the aldermen as can
get  away v, ill attend.
Tonight's ball game a; Queens park
will be between teams managed .!;>��� S.
W. Bodley, and 11. Ryall. The selected
players are; Hodley's���Sayco. Prouty,
Sinclair, Silver, Fitzgerald. Stein, Can
field, Deans and Barharee. ftyall's���
MacPhall, .Munn, Corbett, Ryall. Nelll,
Robinson. Welsh. A. Sinclair, Yurnor
and Malcolmson.
The river has risen some nineteen
feet at Mission, where the government
locordlng station Is, but the maximum
is now passed, so that further danger
is not anticipated. The cooler weather
yesterday was very satisfactory for
nver interests, and as reports rrom
the country agree that the river Is
.ubsiding, the danger of Hood decreases hourly.
Rev. W. E, Dunham and MlSS Ada
Pearl Pollard were married at Mr.
Pollard's residence yesterday afternoon by Rev. Dr. While and Rev. W.
H. Uarracloiigh. Miss Heaton, ot
Bellingham, was the brtdesjaald, and
Rev. A. 10. Roberts, of Vlelorln, acleit
as groomsman, A reception followed.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunham leave tor Skng-
way and Dawson, where the newly ordained minister hus a pastorate,
A large public hall Is lo IbS opened
at Port Hammond on July I, when the
little town will celebrate the event by
a general holiday.    Athletic   sports
will provide the at trnction during the
afternoon, while In the evening a
dance wil he given In the hall. Music
will be provided by a Westminster
band. Mr. Dnlc, a well known merchant of Port lliimmond, Is respons
Ible for the building of the hull.
Tho Chowhorn Flails Lumber Co.,
Ud��� secured yesterday morning 10,-
000 inches of water from tho Chowhorn river, at the head of Salmon Arm,
Sochelt Inlet, for manufacturing purposes, and for flumlng tlmh-er. W. J.
Whiteside supported the application,
and evidence In support was given by
the manager, A. Hewitt, and the engineer engaged, Mr. Tupper. The tatter said that he found 85.873 tttaWs
Inches ln the river on May 16.
The meeting of the women's auxiliary of tbe Royal Columbian hospital
held yesterday In the board of trade
room waa chiefly concerned with the
rift home to he held at the maternity
jbttsgse at the hospital, on June $6,
*********? ************ **+*** A >e%  $>**********4***P******
4w should be careful to
receive three things
for the money she
spends for furniture
FIRST   QUALITY
SECOND   QU.\NTITY
THIRD-FULL VALUE
-he don't get them II is because she bas not bought at our store..
\\i belter quaji;-, of carpets and furniture is sold elsewhere.
How about lace Curtains; We have go 1hem at 75c, 90c. $1.25, $1.50,
$..00 and up to $15.00 per pair.    Come in and see them.
We are ottering 200 yards ��*>�� linoleum, good heavy quality, iu a
block  pat tern, for 45c per yard.
:'S Mammoth Furniture Emporium I
LEE'S BLOCK. COLUMBIA S"     ..ET.
Opposite Lc ..e Street.
NEW  WESTMINSTI...,  ���*>���
Phone 73.    '
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and all ladles are asked to attend on
;he '-iu*. Inst, bo arrange tor the turn- j
Idling of the rooms tor the reception, ���
The earlier gathering is called for two
o'clock.   The visiting committee   appointed tor the month are Mrs. Roth- ,
well and Miss Armstrong,   Titers was .
a good attendance and . number ofl
routine matters  were dealt   with.
July and August, tire the mon:lis
when the greal home gatherings lake
place in Ontario towns of the maaj
who have gone from eastern cities
into wider fields of work, south ana
west, and lo the eastern hemisphere,
Cnelph holds its home week from
August 2 to fi, and from north Pacitie
coast points, including all the British
Columbian cities, a special fire of
$94.40 may be obtained. The arrangements for the entertainment oi visitors are on a most comprehensive
scale.   .). M. Struthers is secretary.
A sensational story of a murder In
Stanley park, Vancouver, on Sunday
afternoon, was in circulation In this
city yesterday, bul close Investigation
proved the supposed crime to bt" a
myth. Waller Clapp, of 'I'll Thud
avenue, during the course of the day
mentioned to several people that he
had been a witness of the crime, giving minute particulars of an assault
tm 'i young girl by a negro, and of
the latter's arrest by a policeman. The
Vancouver police absolutely deny the
story, while Vancouver newspapermen
are equally positive that the yam is
a fake.
JAPANESE IS REFUSED
LANDING   IN CANADA
Victoria, June 18.���For the first time
since the regulation made afeoat   *the
beginning of the year, that no Japanese would l>e permitted to *md
Whose passport was taken out more
than six months prior to the date of
I heir arrival In Canada, a Japanese
youth, who states that be is a student,
was refused landing on arrival of the
steamer Kumeric from Manila, and
wav points.
HAMS -��
18c. per |b-
THE
Central Meat Market
Comer Kighth St. and    V.ftb Avenue
PHONE   S70.
BOWELL A. ODDY. Proprietor*
Tenders for Cordwood
TENDERS are l&Vitod  by the N'ew
Westminster board ot school trustees
tor tifty cords of cordwood. delivered
at   the   Central   schools.     Tenders   to
bug iii by June H2. iand addressed to
Acting Secretary I.. T.iornbcr, Dominion Governmenl Building,
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3 RESIDENCES
As I am ..bout to leave
*     a number of fine residential
improved.
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
the city I am offering three residences and
and businets lots for sale, some of them
The large and beautiful residence
and grounds I now occupy, corner
Sixth and Agnes streets. Most suitable for professional or buisiiess man.
The residence and grounds corner
Sixth and Carnarvon street cn frontage of 132 feet on Carnarvon street.
The residence corner Sixth and
Agnes streets. For terms and particulars apply to me at my residence, 53
Sixth street.
A. M. HERRING
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BE ALERT!
NONTARIFF INSURANCE IS
THE POPULAR INSURANCE TODAY BECAUSE IT IS AS GOOD
AS THE BEST ANO COST8 LESS
MONEY. I AM SAVING MONEY
FOR HUNDREDS OF CLIENT8 IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND CAN
SAVE IT FOR YOU IF I AM NOT
DOING BO NOW. ENQUIRE FOR
RATES.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKI
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Between tbe northern point of Long
Inland nnd Watch Hill lies a row of
little islands, two of which. Plum Is
lund and Goose island, possess a pt*
culiur form of mineral wealth. It consists In heaps of richly colored qunrta
pebbles, showing red, yellow, purple
ami other hues, which nre locally called
agates. They are used in making stained glass windows, and there is a sufficient demand for them in N'ew York
to keep the owners of one or two sloops
en ployed In gathering them from the
beaches, where the waves continually
roll aud polish them, briagiug out tht
beauty of their colors.
(i
El Dorado.
The modern meaning of El Doritdo
may be traced as follows: One of PI-
tarro's men said that he had discovered a land of boundless wealth between the Orinoco and tbe .Amazon.
This country was named El Dorado,
and many adventurers, among them
Sir Walter Raleigh, endeavored to find
H; hence the name has come to mean
��� golden country or the mind, a fabn
lous land of fabulous wealth, much as
Cockaigne, n fancied land of luxury
and Idleness.���flew York American.
PURE GOODS ARE
Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*. Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO��� Ltd.. TORONTO
_. .  _.��  T anelev   Matsqui,  Sumas,  and  Chilli-
shall he devoted in part payment 011J#a***y*  **����    ���   ���
snail oe nevoid m i        i   j       ..,J.,..,��k nnd the Power Company, which
the cost of construction of the    said  �� ��cK ana
Lulu Is- 'agreements  weie duly
HmppinpNa and lluii_t��-r.
**My Idea of perfect happiness," sth.
the seedy philosopher as he made his
fourth round trip to the free lunch
counter, "ls to be in a position to go
Into the swellest restaurant, put my
hand over the price list of the menu
���nd order what my taste dictates, irrespective of tbe demurs of a diminished
wad."	
A  Correction.
Bertie���Father, what is an egotist.
Pntber-IIe is a man who thinks he ia
smarter than any one else. Mother-
My dear, you are scarcely right. The
egotist is the man who says that be I.
smarter than any one else. All men
think they are!
Appropriate.
Toung Widow (at the animal seller-**)
-I want a dog. Animal Seller���Yes,
madam; white, gray or brindled.
Young Widow���No. Black���all black
I am in deep mourning.���Nos Loisirs.
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
itite.
READ   OUR   PRICES
THEY NEVER CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth       $5.00
Bridgework  (per tooth)    $5 00
Gold   Crowns       $5.00
Gold Fillings     $1-00  up
Platina  Fillings      $1-00
Extracting     50
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH   A
TECTIVE   GUARANTEE   FOR
TEN   YEARS.
PRO-
IlitN   Continuous   Life.
Venus���And what do you do when
not engaged in archery? Cupid���Oh,
Pm kept busy rhyming with stupids���
P��irk .	
YESTERDAY AND TOM
"Yi Bterday and Today" is the title
of a handsome and very artistic folder
demonstrating and contrasting man's
gurb in tho different decades dating'
. to the early Briton.
The folder is well worthy of much
praise and quite In keeping with the
modern firm who have gotten it up,
FASHION-CRAFT.
The folder will  reach    yon if    you
eli ihone or can get It at any of the
FASHION-CRAFT .-hops
Mail Service
The Boston Dentist Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6   p.   m. Phone   222D
'steel .bridge or otherwise on
land as the Council may by resolution
determine.
(2) This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the ratepayers of the -Municipality of the said Corporation in like
manner as is requisite ior the issue of
| debentures for the raising of any loan.
(_)    This By-Law  may
the  "Lulu  island  Land  Sale By-Law
11)08."
Done and  passed in open    Council
ihis 20th day of January, 1908.
Received  the assent of the    ratepayers this day of 1U08.
Reconsidered and finally passed this
day of       , 1908.
ratified ana
confirmed by liy-laws regularly passed
by the .Municipal Councils of the said
Corporations, the agreements between
the Corporation of the Township of
Chilliwack and the Power Company
being also ratified and confirmed by
"The Chilliwack   City    Incorporation
a\C_"   (190S).
The waters at present  recorded  by
be cited as j. ^ powBr Conipany from Lake    Coquitlam and from  Lake Buntzen  will
Sent^On Approval
To Responsible pE0P]..      f '
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
City Clerk.
-Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that th-e above ls a true
be utilized to generate the power required  to operate the    said    further
uudertaking of   the   Power Company,
and it is proposed  to  transmit  such
power, light and heat through and by
means of pole and transmission lines :
from any of the power houses,  substations or transmission lines of   the ;
Power Company throughout the whole
aiea within wiiich the further undertaking of the Power Company is to be
carried on, and as is hereinbefore de- I
fined:
2,    And    this    is further to   certify j
copy of the  proposed By-Law which  that the  first  part or  portion  of the'
will  be taken into consideration    by paid  undertaking  and   works   hereby
the Municipal Council of the City of approved, "ill be the line of electric
New Westminster one month from the I railway from the said city of   New
first publication thereof In the "Daily i Westminster to the said City of Chilli-
Coluinbiaii," and "Dally News" news- I vvack   and    the   neoessary pole   Mid
papers, which first publication   took Uansmisslon lines in connection there-
place on the 20th day of May, 1908, with;
and that a vote of the electors of the | (II) And tliis is further to certify
C.ty will be taken on the said pro-1 that the Power Company shall have
posed By-Law on the 22nd day of duly subscribed before it commences
June, 190S, between the hours of nine jibe construction of the said further
o'clock a.m., and five p.m., at the undertaking and works, or exercises
following places, namely, the Council any of the powers in that behalf con-
Chamber,  Civic  Building,    the    Fire  ferred .by the "Water Clauses Consoli-
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W. A.DU.NCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, May 20th, 190S.
PART  IV.
"WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION   ACT,  1897."
J. This is to certify that the Vancouver Power Cofnpany, Limited,
(hereinafter called the "Power Com-
p: ny") specially incorporated pursuant to Part IV. of the "Water
Clauses Consolidation Act, ISO.," on
the 2._th day of January, 1898, for the
;   rpose   of    exercising    the    rights,
powers,
and  by
privileges,
Car:     IV.
! i routed, granted, and conferred
'and priorities in
of the said .-Vet
litis.
i'i addition to its undertakings heretofore approved of by the Lieutenant-
Governor ln Council by Certificates of
j elation Act, 1897," Part IV., one thous-
! and (1000) shares of one dollar ($1.0uj
leach. Tift- further amount of capital
required to fully complete the first
pari of the said further undertaking
'aud works is to be provided by the
loan of two million four hundred and
ninety-nine thousand dollars ($2,499,-
000; to be made by the British Columbia Electric Railway Company, to be
secured by mortgage bonds of the
Power Conipany in sterling or decimal
currency carrying interest, or by such
ether form of security as may be
agreed upon between the said Companies;
I. And tills is further to certify that
iiic time within which the said further capital to be subscrl ied, namely,
one thousand dollars, In n idll on to
capita] already subscribed, la fixed at
two months from the date hi reof, and
the time in which the first    part    of
V-H--'-'* A-'
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MAIL CONTRACT
North-West
Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
1908.
Law to Authorize the Sale of Certain Lands on  Lulu  Island.
or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by proxy may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, sou, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans- v
(1) At least Klx months' residence
upon and cultivation of the fund in
each year for three years.
VI) A Homesteader may, if he so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty  (80)   acres in extent, In
Dispatched by C. P. It. train at 7:15
a.m.; close 0:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside No. 1, daily e.._-,._ Sunday; Sapperton No. 1, daily except
Sunday.   .Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
Dispatched  by B. C. Electric railway  a Dominion Lands Agency
Co., 0:30 .a.m.
Vancouver, No. 1, dailyexcept Sundays.   Return mail received 10 am.
Vancouver, N'o. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; daily except Sunday. Return mails received
at 6:30 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. first mail). Return mail received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton,  No.  '.';   Mlllsln
Coquitlam, dally except Sun.:.,.    .   -
turn mail received at 10:80 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 1_*"Q noon:
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return mails received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vat.couver,
except Sunbiiry.
Sunburry,      Mondays,    Wednesdays
p.nd Fridays;   leaves 11  a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:18 o. ni.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday.
Return malls received at 1:10 p, m.
Burnaby    Lake.    Return    mail    at
5 p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 d. m.:
To southern    points,    dally except
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8.45 a.m.:
Cloverdale,
Hazel mere,
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
p.>lnts In eastern states), dally ex-
re;,t Sunday. Return malls received
at 3.30 p.m. Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturday*.
Clayton,   Tuesdays .and   Thursdays,
���ynopsis     of    Canadian
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion  lands  In  -Manitoba,  Saskatch-, 	
ewau and Alberta, excepting 8 aud 20, i
uot reserved, may be homesteaded by | WHEREAS the Corpor; Jon of the
any person who is the sole head of a \ City of New Westminster is the owner
family, or any male over 18 years of ] of (inter alia) Lots One (1) to Thirty-
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec- ] four  (34)   both inclusive, in Block A
tion of IGu acres, more or less. i of Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
Application   for   entry     must     be j (757), Group One (1), in the City   of
made  in person   by  the  applicant at  New Westminster, Province of British
said  further undertaking and  works,
Approval, dated the 14th day of Feb-|HB *s('t fortb iu Parfl8Taph two her. of,   fo_m_ of tend(,_
ii to be oommi need b! all be bi fore
the expiration of three m< aths trom
tbe date hereof, and the date al which
the remalndi r or any portion of the
si iii further undertaking an 1 works
hereby approvedl may be Commenci d
ii fixed at five .-.ear.-, from the da e
hereof, or such further time a-; the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council may
hereafter approve.
Dated this 19th <\#y of May.  lfinS.
FRKU ,1. FULTON,
Clerk of the Executive Council.
Columbia.
AND WHEREAS the present wooden bridge across the North Arm of
the Fraser River in the said City of
New Westminster is in an unsafe and
dangerous condition and it is necessary to replace the said bridge with d
new steel structure.
AND WHEREAS it is deemed advisable In the Interests of the said
Corporation that the said lands should
be sold and the proceeds devoted in
part payment of the cost of construction of the said steel bridge an 1
otherwise on Lulu Island.
ANDHVHEREAS bv tne "New Westminster Act, 1S8S���Amendment Act
1889," it Is provided that the Council
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint of the said Corporation may, with the
ownership in land will uot meet this .assent of the ratepayers of the said
requirement. Corporation, to be first had and ob-
13)    if the father (or mother, If the tained in like manner as Is requisite
father Is deceased) of a homesteader ! f0i the Issuing of debentures for   tho
FIRE ALARM   BOXES.
ri.is permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the lather (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" ln the two
preceding paragraphs Is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perform   his   residence  duties  in  ac-
Nlcomekl.   r.u  __el!*��,   cordance with the above while living
Hall's    Prairie,    Bonae-   with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
raising of any loan, sell real property
belonging to the Corporation on Lulu
Island with full power and authority
to execute all deeds and Instruments
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows;
(1) It shall be lawful for the
Council to sell and absolutely dispose
of, to any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, all or any part of
the said lands hereinbefore mentioned
being Lots One (1) to Thirty-four
(34) both Inclusive, in Block A of
Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), In the City of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, upon such terms and condi-
ruary, 1902, and the 18th day of May,
1906, submitted its further undertaking to the Lieutenant-Governor ln
Council for approval, .and that the
said further undertaking, as shown toy
the documents and plan duly filed in
pursuance oi the said Act, has been
approved, and that the same is as fellows :
The construction, equipment, operation, and maintenance of a line or
lines of electric railway, tramways, or
street railways, with all' necessary
pole lines and overhead and other I
construction with all necessary side- j
t acks, switches, and branches for j
the conveyance of passengers and
Height from some point or points at
or near Lots one (1) and two t2),
City Block four t4), in the City of
New Westminster, to and throughout
the streets of the City of Chilliwack,
passing through the municipalities
C Surrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui,
i-iimas and Chilliwack, and the Town-
sites of Ahbotsford and Huntingdon,
und throughout the District of New
Westminster and over and along any
of the public roads in the said Municipalities or any of the Intervening
peblic roads, or sucli other rights of
way where the public roads are not
uted, as may be acquired by the
Power Company; the erection, construction, operation and  maintenance
within the aald City    pf Chilliwack I 1������������������
and  the said  Municipalities and  DlH-j BOARD  OF TRADE.���Nl w
trict of -\'t vv Westminster, of electric
forks,    power    houses,    generating
plants, pole lines, ovvrh#ud and other
construction, and such other appliances and conveniences as are necessary In and throughout the said City
of Chilliwack, the streets thereof, and
la and throughout the said Municipalities nnd the public roads thereof, and
In and throughout and over the public
mads 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
!n connection therewith; the construction, operation and maintenance of all
necessary und required overhead pole
nr.d transmission and other lines
necessary or required In connection
with  the  said   undertaking  from  any
_>E._LED TENDERS	
the Postmaster-Qenera      ll be
celved at Ottawa until Noon, on F|
day, the Nineteenth June, t
��� yance of His Majesty's M .     . _
proposed contract foi
times per week . ach way,     wei d
proposed post Oftlci   al  I 'it. I
Gilley Station, IJ. r   ,
during the Postmasti r-Gen
lire.
Printed notices i ling   bit;.
Information as to conditions of
posed contract maj n and 1
the post office ���     Mew Wesl     m
and from Mr. J. Woii : I al it]
and at the office of I     ' ���     0
spector.
.JOHN Ft, GREENFI1
Post Office Ipspec
nspectot-s   Office,   Vi
C, sth May, 1908.
Post Office
couver, B.
Contract
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City .Mills.
7���Carnarvon and 'Outh
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���Queens  avenue and  $.i_*��h.
24���....rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av����ue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and "Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. A Station.
42���Snmir& Bucklin Mills.
We tniiu
ster Hoard of Trade meets in the
Hoard Room, City Hall, as follows: :
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
T h u r s d .a y of ��� February,% May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on lhe third
Thursday of February. New
members    may    be    proposed    and |
SEALED TENDERS, adan ���*���
I the Postmaster General, will  be r
[ceived at Ottawa until Noon, our
|day; the SEVENTEENTH  OF JU
��� NEXT, for the   conveyance  of  '���
.Majesty's  Malls,  on  a proposed <"
tract for four years, thirty-six timj
.;cr week, between New Westmlnt^
iand   B.   C.   Electric   Railway stall
! during the  Postmaster's pleasure,
Printed  notices containing   tatll
information  as 40 conditions ol 1'
posed contract ma>he seen and 1
forms of tender may  be obtained
ibe Port Office of New WestnilnsJ
and .at the office of the Poal 0lT
'Inspector.
JOHN It. GREENFIELDt
! Post Office l   .'
Post  Office Inspector's Offlc<
couver, B. C, 5th June, I9"s-
Trains & Steamer
C.P.R.  MAIN   MNE.
Leave New Westminster 8:3o
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster
elected at any monthly or quarterly   12:45, 16:30, 18:25, l9-35*
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
10:
Overland    express
leaves 15:15.
arrives
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Six months' notice In writing must fons as tnie aai(l Council may by reso- .of the power houses, sub-stations   or
lutton determine. And the .Mayor and transmission linos of thu Power Corn-
Clerk of the said Corporation are ' puny throughout the whole area, ns Is
hereby authorized and empowered to |lii**.f Inhefore set forth. Together with
execute and deliver such conveyances, a!i such rights, powers and privileges
agreements  for sale or other Instru-  ao  may be necessary    to   effectually
he given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W, W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Trade Marks
Designs
CO-��YRir_HTS Ac.
Any ono neniilng a ikolch andrt.rai.pMon nii��
oiilo/lf ioaWUln our opinion frea whether an
S��Ven Ion la probably Pfteje-'
rlotlyconfldentliU. HI
19
at
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead.    Wednesdays  and   Sa*u*"-<    N.  B,���Unauthorised publication ..fiments as may be necessary to effec- [crrry out the terms and conditions of
days.    Return mall received Mondivs   this advertisement   will   not   be  paid ,tuate such sale or sales; provided that  the several nfrreements made between
amtVi^fflrteat-^nrfforaocMriiiMaWiil--,
Patents taken throueh Munn kVo.
tprclalmUe*, without charge. In the
riiniiminl.a-
lOK on Patent!
-lug patent*.
receive
and Fridays.
for,
the proceeds of any such sale or sale3  the Corporations    of Surrey,    Delta, |
Sckiumc HmericM.
A J_-ntl��on.elr Uluatrated weekly.  Lnnront clr-
SuiiSlCo w'��-^ New Vcik
Branch Mo*** V 8U Wa.litL.tou. O. f.
GREAT NORTHERN BA ;*A?1
! lv. n. w. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Sea 'e *^
; t>. N. W. 4.35 P.m.; ar. Seattle 10 .
' B. C. ELECTRIC-VANCOiTVBBj
I/eave New Westminster 5:60,
16:50, 7:20 and S a.m., and every
'hour thereafter till 11 P'"*
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster
&:50, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly
J 11:30 p.m.
V.. W. A 1.-VANCOTTVFR
1 Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. u>.
1 Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 1; "*���
G. N. R.-PORT GUICHOV
>    Leave New Westminster
I arrive Gulchon 6 pm-
Leave Gulchon 6 a. m-, arrive
Now Westminster 8:45 on Prldny ���
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6SDAV. J
UNE 16, 1901.
Tiie daily xe\y��.
iPAliK   S-l\ I  A
p Street Sewer By-law
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A d
1908
, .Is the City ��f V
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��� he purpose of coustruca
|"
^WHKK-AS Chiles .IK,.,,.,,.
Lt the propertj o be dlreotlj b ..
B0I.r���.baif ln value ���t .nd real ,
.    _ .,- or       h ���__ \-l r_ r.     o     c.  _-. * .    ,-   . *      *������*-���-
I [east ��ne
sewer, having a sect!
sen   :..
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I ii
the
XIV
*   B     ��� B.
���SSwin,  streets:
aiivih Street from Front Stree   *.       .  .
Front Street from S:x*.h Streel to Lyi
Slunibia Street from Sixth Stree:
a street from Sixth S r -
p rna, ,, :i Street  from Sixih Stn .;
. vilv a Street from Sixth Stre *       Lot 11, Block __
Cunningbam Street from s x- h St Lot 12, I     ,��� \
. Avenue from Sixth Stree
*"...,     ,] streel from Sixth Street t -.*
�� George Street from Sixth dtre< .     .      ri_
:.. su . ; from Sixth S i Blocl  H
,_i:,I Avenue from Sixth Stree.; to Lot 3; . *    I & 40. S. Blk VI
,���.,       : Streel from S.xth Street to s    el
Fo'iirili Avenue from Sixth Street to Eas   . t Lot 5. Sub. B        Vll
tjfth Avenue from Six h Btreet to Foui     Streel
c',     vvenue from Sixth Btreel to Third S    ��
pj'..,';',' stive:  from Third Avenue   o ..-.���..
ANI)  y HERBAS it Is deenjed expedient
I m',���   tion, and that the funds to he   pjoyidi . lmprovemenl
K|d       . paid by -.pedal rate In thi dollai to
\*Zy. , netite i thi r '.��������� Is as fo ; ��� ���_ j, that is
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Ij H uds & L. L). Ellis C.6 1 N.
[liiouias Kills   C.6 1 S.
[Dcniinion tlealty Co Cl 2 S.
E_tdiaD Bank of Commerce  C.6 1 S.
lies. Lalfi rty    C.6 *_
Jlarie 1. Thompson C.6 . N
En Douglas i: John A. Douglas ....C.6 I S.
times ti. Mathers  C.13 18
Kjmittion Government  C.14 Id _
Itotnimcm Government   Cor. Qui   us
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| C:ty of New Westminster  C.14 3
(v. ,,; X; w Westminster  C.14 4 W
*__... tt. Wagborn  C.14 I E.
[���Itomus ri. Hall  C.13 13
gliomas S   Hall   C.13 14 N. pt 50%fl
javid :,! in hie    C.13 14 S.pt. 32x66
I H'm. A. i: Alice .\ndersou  C.25 '.'* tc  1 N.  -j
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Penal. S. Sinclair  v. i
C. L. Knowdell  \-
Nellie Trapp   V ;'
: Nellie Trapp   -��� 1"  VV.  '_
F.       . ..   hart  '������ !" E-,
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Xiry A. M iresby  * 13   W
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U. Wise   L
Otfknlne F. Wise  \ 17
Jim i inningham  ^ ls
AL Lavery   A. 19
f I Trapp  *���
W T. J, Armstrong    A- 21.
A.'a Ewi d batata ��- --
(  mbian Co., Ltd  L' L
luieg    inningham    2. -
��� ���::.-1 Cun dngham   :;-
Fred J, Lynch   '������ '    v)
Vfoston   Heating 4 P>pe Co  '������ j   ''-���
T. :..      .  .  \ tlvs     B. 5
Vu     .    H  tmiig it  Pipe Co   B 6
hmea L. Card   tl '   E.
Sar,m j, Davison   b '    ^
(Holy Trinity  Parish     li- 8
Holy Trinity  I'arib  "���
puk of Montreal  B 10
Kcly ir.u.;, Parish  B. *-i
* E. bales   b. 12
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Helni M. ttuluer   B- ls
Helen M. Walker   B* ly
IV, P, Herring   B 20
'��� Lee Thompson   B -l
Wl'fred Philiot  ti. 22
pen .M. & Celia S. Hoffard   &��� -':
��iriha B, Turnbull   1' 2I
W A. ...dunes   B -���'
nances E. Herring   B. 26
Frances )���:. Herring  B. 27
fiances e. Herring   1:* 2!i
nances E. Herring   B. -'���'
[��� W. Padmore   B 30
"artha E. Turnbull  B. 31
beorge t'unningham, Jr B. 32
Branby Parrant Is- 3S
National Drug & Chemical Co B. i>4
Henry T. Thrift   B.
} L- Johnson   B. 36
"O. J. Armstrong C30 6
f;.J. knitivvell  C.30 7
WMral Methodist Church Trustees ..II. 1 & -
���V 11. Hood    H. 3
^as. I..  Major     U 4
?"*te ii. O. M. Dockrlll   H I
?aa. G, Major   H- g
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faille Sinclair.   H. ��� I'd
Wojo Shlnobu   "��� 20
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jyillit.ii, R0gerg          "      " 21 & 22
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tender Dutch    ti. 27
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1   .     ���   Streight   S.6 ** 40 700
P. J. Hart & Co St, - 41 600
William Townsend S.6 " 4_ 1  0
John 1.. .l.iaine   S.6 " 4. 64
Aitan Peter Grant   S.6 " 44 500
hem.        Major  a. 6 4.", 640
. >. utherty  s. 6 " 46 510
Hendry   s.6 ** 47 SSfl
:���      rt 1    Hendry   s.6 " 4S 640
i--..ac Hudson    S.6    7,39,40   1 660
    Hudson   S. i. " "*>. S 520
.    -   A    v ,.:.:.r.-:..y. S. i> '* 3 160
. .   - Cunningham  s ti " 4 _80
'1    S.  Annaudau-    S.ti '* 5 500
f.  ?. Annandale   S6 6 ISO
:.  A. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6 " 7 ISO
Qream. and T. S. __nnf_adale . S. t. " 8 ISO
1.  a. Greame and T, S. annandale ..s.6 " 9 ISO
1-  a. Greame and T. S. Annandale . ,S. 6 " 10 ISO
tl. A. Creame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6 " 11 ISO
Wm.  Hearn    S.6 " 12 480
Wm.  Hearn    a. S. i> " 13 560
...-   rrodden  S.7 5 ��.\v.p.2ttcb. 1,500
c. nstance leather    S. 7 5 S.H. cor. lot     750
Katie  Ellen  Brown   S. 7 5 Middle E. lot.   150
.  rgaret E. Walker  S.7 6 N*.  Vi acre      700
aret  Peer    S.7 6 2 300
M    __,   i.uies    S.7 6 1 & 3 8,000
i.   (.'. Bishop of New Westminster .S.7 7 E. 1-3 2.400
Koliert Jardine    S.7 26 1 300
Hoi eft  Jardine    S.7 26 2 3S0
L. eirezer  Knight    S7 2t> 15 380
William   A.  Grafton    S.7 2t. 16 300
William   A.   Grafton     S.7 26 17  N.16H.      7."i
George McPhail   Si 86 17 Bxptl6t 286
George .McPhail    S.7 86 IS 350
W   J. Corbett    S. 27 1 ISO
C.C.Dunn    S.7 27 2 480
Jcfcn   Weave:*    S.7 27 3 480
Edward Z. Whyman  S.7 27 4 560
Martha Whyman   S. 27 5 4S0
mos.   K.   Pearson    S.7 27 6 4SO
l.o.s.   H.  Pearson    S.7 27 7 4S0
Annie.   Baker     S 7 27 S 7-50
John   Weaver    S.7 27 9 460
l . C. Dunn    e. . 7 27 10 460
\.    ,1. Corbett    3 7 27 11 460
.1.  A. Mountain S.7 28 l 460
Jane H. O. Hill estate  S.7 28 2 460
Aithur E. B. Hill   S.7 2S S 460
Aitiiur  E.   li.   Hill    S. 7 28 4 160
\\ m.    1'av lor     S. 7 2S 5 580
Vuii.   Taylor    S.7 2S 6 500
Richard G. bangle  S. 1,0 5 1 440
Richard G. Dingle  S. lo 5 2 330
Harry   T.   Shaw    S.10 5 8 880
Harry T. Shaw    s. 10 5 4 330
Arthur E. B. HID  s.10 ;. 5 330
Arthur B. B. Hill   S.10 5 6 380
Mrs.  .1.   II.  Vidal    ..S. 10 5 16 850
Walter J.   Baber   S.10 5 17 886
\\. .1.  Baber   S.10 6 IS 335
\\. .1. Ba er   s. 10 b 19 335
Martha E. Turnbull   S.10 5 20 385
Martha E. Turnbull    S.10 5 21 835
George B. Conner  s.10 ,. 2:; 325
George   McPhail     S.10 5 23 327.
George-McPhail  S.10 5 21 325
Elizabeth M. Meredith   S.10 6 4.900
C.G.Major  S 10 7 1 530
C.G.Major  S.10 7 12 490
Jacob  H. Coon    S.10 7 13 475
Gcorglna  E.   Archibald    S.10 7 24 460
W. W. Forrester  S.13 13 1 300
V.    W.  Korrester   S.18 13 2 230
W   W.Forrester   S.13 13 8 230
Arthur Doig  S.18 13 4 230
Arthur Doig  S.13 13 5 230
Arthur Doig  v S. 13 13 6 840
C   a Armitage  S.13 14 1 380
U. B. Armitage  B-18 14 2 300
Emellne Wilson  S.13 14 ��� 8 300
I.nlph  Wilson    S.13 14 I 300
K.lph  Wilson    S.13 14 5 300
Ralph   Wilson    S.13 _| 6 330
Mrs. Elizabeth Pope  s.13 10 28 225
George M. ApploUm    8.18 10 29 215
John  Pope    ' S.13 10 30 215
Miss  Elizabeth  Poix;    S.13 10 31 215
F. ed B. Pemberton   S.13 10 32 915
Henry W. Russell  S.13 10 88 215
dames R.   Brnnnan    B.18 10 34 215
IVivid B. Ellsworth   S.10 4 I 290
City of New Westminster  8.10 4 2 245
Robert P. Dough erty    S.10 I 3 245
John Pope   8,10 1 4 245
David   D,   Burnett    8.10 1 S 245
Maria Burnett   S. 10 4 6 275
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itv-ms   !-.,*'ri ained  on a.���coun; oi   tLe  satd   .:..,>:���. ce-
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wiih   E 1 I'Dvemenls   ami   works. ;in,;l  1.11  BK�� othe.   .
if at. any time aaj  0. th, ownen a.   th.   tat*!    real pn ������
hereinbefore described, of ot aa> px**t thereof, .lesiiv to eonmi.i.e ibe
Assessment impos-ed hj thta \r. hj the pavirn ,.. o. his iio. 0. Vke&f
pr..]Hir;ioria:e sh.re or share, o; ;he est tbe.-,,-,; as the pi-ineipal mm
in lieu thereof, he, she or th*e\ ma> so couttttWbe bj payw����1 8_ Mich s..m
as mav be necessary to realize .; tire mi ot t;. .. . .,; ol saeh ,-.
...a> -a asnrn equivalent to lhe balance ;bin mryu .: of the said *-,';*C''i ra'e
I :*n reon.
(7i    All monifS ansin.c oe,: ofthe s.1,1   :mr..i?-,     _p��_ al   laic.     Mt4      1 1
monies received la oommatattoo thereof w*A<*t tiie preceding wecttoa ��
Ba law shail be deiiosiied  in 1 h���*��� Savings Ban* o. soaw chartife.i lank
(8)     l.verv   tiebenluve 10 be issued hereuni^r slia',1 contain  a  riw, I
in the follow ing words:     'This '..e.bentnre. or any in;. res; ihe-rvin shall not.
after a   certificate  of ovinirship   ha* ber . orn'li'irs.n ihcrcin bv��� V,-\e treas.n*.
Ol  the corporation, l*.   trans:er,-.:.:e i\oe.pt  hv  enli.   ���: j   the tirasurer or hi-
deputy la ihe debenture registry book or the said corporation at  the c.y
Ol   New  We. tminsler,"
(91 The amount of the special rate levied herwindi shall be added 9
th. taxes for (ho financial year In which euch rate assessed .and le. id
and such s;.*ivial rale mav he collected in every respect at orlinat> land
oi real properlj taxes o( the Cit> ,vi xrw Westminster and may ive en
forced and recovered In the same waj whether by action to he broaghl la
any court  ot competent Jurisdiction      ���   gall. Ot 1he  land or  veal     pro
ill-on which the same attaches.    Provided, how-evcr. that no rebate sh*
aliowe.d   oa   the  aniomn   lev red  V.e.-e urder.
lib. This By-law shall oomc into ej oration and tatoe rffic; tvn the da?
of the passing thereof,
ill!     This l.v law ma-   'ee <-i:,\i as   tfce   "Sixth   Street     Set.     *    B    law.
s
Done and passed lu opea Counc I lh 1 BTth day of May. itjos
w
la.      S,     1
A. DUNCAN*.
City  Clerk.
W. H. KKAUV.
Mave
*   Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
PLAYING  CARDS.
2,92
7.40
9.12
1.56
2.74
4.26
1.84
18.24
14.89
1.S4
2.31
2.31
1..4
.45 .
1.37
2.13
2.92
2.92
2.92
8.40
..oi
8.9 _
2.92
3.31
2.SO
2.SO
8.80
2.Ml
2.Ml
8.80
2.s.i
8.63
3.0 4
2.0S
2.011
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.31
2.13
1.88
1.88
1.98
1.88
1.88
1.9*3
1.88
1.98
88.78
3.22
2.9.S
2.89
2.SO
1.S2
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40
l.U,
2.31
1.84
�� si
I.si
1.84
2.00
1.37
1.31
1,81
1.31
1.31
1.31
1.31
1.78
1.40
l. Ill
1.19
1.411
1.(17
��� rltl��ti  Columbia. Co*_.t  Lin*
Service.
tb*
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess   Mav   leaves  Vancouver    S
p.m.  June   i5,  27.    Princess   Royai
leaves Vancouver S p.m. .1111^0 8, 21.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Royal, .lum? 9.
Princess   Mav,   June   15.
Princess  Koval, Juiw  21
Prinecss May, June 27.
VANHOUVER-V'CTORIA  ROUTE.
Princess   Royal   leaves   Vanoanivo,
at 1:30 p.m. da,', t. ,  Victoria.
Royal arrive in Victor;:, 8J80 p 111
Royal arrives Vanoouver 8 a.m.
Charmer leaves Vancouver at 11:30   Orestes the Una
Peculiarities   of   Those    Used   by
Dif.er*��it Nations.
"One of tho mosl interest ine colloc.
tions  of   foreign   loaf   that   Pro  -soon
recoilUy,"  said  a  man  ordinarily   _*_
busy to male lhe trip over tho **����
himself, "Is an assort 11 ont of playing
canls from variens parts of Iho world.
"In every eeimtry the i*MM of tin*
QttUecttOtt visitrtl���and lie wont to *
pood many- pi. UmI up cards of l.vai
niannfaeturo and so r-oprosonlafiv 0 bt
tho nation.
"Tho l.nssinn cards aro perhaps tin
most elaborate. The faces of tho kltkgt
��tid ipieens MC doforont in each suit
indicating tho racial elements that iri
to compose iho empire.
"On tho (.rook cards Classical home*
and heroines arc represented,   Kerter
for example, is the king of hearts and
ve.
As.ainornnon la th��
p.m. dally except Sunday. king  of  clubs,   lloivnles  the .lack  of
Charmer arrive in Victoria 6:30 a.m. ' spades nud Minos and nanao tho kina
Charmer arrives Vancouver ���  �� -��   I !U1'1 ,;,1,vu  of ������"���"-'��**s
thla
ANir, WHBR_BA8, the vuluu of iho wiude real projjnrty rateable under
By-law, aa ascertained nnd finally determined an aforOHiild, Ih two hundred and eighty-seven thousand and thirty ($887,080) dollars;
A.\u, WH1REA8, the amounl ot the doln. whloh thla Bylaw I. Intended to create i. twenty thousand (f80,000) dollars;
A.N'U, WHKUKAS, lt will MQUlie thu Hum of one thousand ($1,000)
dollars lo be raised annually tor a period or twenty (20) yearn to pay thii
interest of the said doot, and the hiiiii ot seven hundred and forty-four nnd
31-100 (1744.81) dollar, to bo railed annually during tha laid period tor
the payment of the debt to be created by thi. Ily-law, such Inst  mentioned
I sum bemg sufficient, with the efctimacad Interest on the Inveitmanl there-
I ol to discharge th�� said debt when the Hume become! piiyahlo, making In
all the sum of seventeen hundred and forty-four und 31100  (11744.31) do..
;  l.u-s to be raise I annually as atoreiaidj
A.N'U,  WHBRBAB, the value of the wliolo real property rateable under
I this By-law diivtctiy benefitted by the aiUd Improvement, and work upon
which it will ibe required to charge an annual apuclnl rule In the dollar
bufBctent to pay the Inteteat and oreate a unking rund for paying the said
principal debt of twenty thousand ($20,000) ilolluiH wit inn twenty (80)
years, wh ch said debt Ih created on the security of Iho spoclal rate settled ny this Hy-law and 011 that Becur ty only la two hundred and elghty-
aevu thousand nnd thirty  ($287,080) dollurs;
NOW, TUKRKPOUE. tho Munlcl]dl Coiincll of the Corporation of the
of New Westminster enacts as follows:
(1.,   During twenty years from the first day of July, 1908,   tho our-
rency of the debentures to be Issued under the authority of this By-law
the Bum of one thousand ($1,000) dollin shall be raised annually tor the
, i. ment of interest on said debentures, and also the sum of $7*��4.31 ihltlL I
be raised annually for /he payment A the debt, making In all the sum of   '
$1744.31 aforesaid annually to be raised annually as aforesaid.
(2.1 A special rate of 6.08 mills in the dollar li hereby imposed on
th*- real property above described according to the value thereof as hera-
Inbi fore mentioned, eicluelve of Improvement!, ovef and above all other
rates and t urea, which special rate shall be sufficient to produce In each
u >r the sail sum of seventeen hundred and forty-four and 31-100 (fl.-
744 3H dollars, and shall be annually Inserted In the Collector's Roll in
,-ach vt-ar for the neat succeeding twee../ (M) */***%, and shall be payable a* the time or times and at tht pUoe.Mld In the manner in which the
ordinary City taxes are payable, jfdrkled, Imfir, that no rebate shall
be allowed on the amount levied MNfpMMlhjJkffMld.
(3.) The sum of twenty Hgti id (M^ln dollars shall be raleed
by loan by thle Corpontlea ����� �� Of   the special rate hereby
City
p.m. I
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trad, r will leav e Vietorim fo-
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New  Wostminstor  on  W'xl- ]
nos day.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
Princess Victoria loaves Victoria
5:30 p.m. daily; arrive.* in Seattle 9 3'
p.m. daily.    Loaves Seattle . a.m.
daily: arrives in Victoria 1 p.m. dailv.
WEST  COAPT   ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Vtetorla 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for CUyOQUOt, Mogqul
to Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
mouth for Quitatno and way ports;
2oth of each month for Ahcuset. (Juat
lino. Capo Scot) and way ports.
VANCOUVEH--NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. *n*n
Leavei Vanoouver i;30 pm- daily,
aOEOOpt Sunday, Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leavea Nanaimo at
1  a.  111. *
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
3.S. Clty of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives N.malum 4 p.m.
Leavei Nan&Imo Saturday 2 p. m ;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.8. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver Hnd and I Oth of
every   month.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANOA, LUND,
ETC.
8. 8. Queen City.
rrom Vlotorla n p.m, every Wttt__0j_>
day, from Vancouver 10 n.m. ever?
Thursday, Returning arrlvee at Van
couver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via I_ndyemHh.
UP RIVKR.
I leu ver���
Prom New Wnnlmlnster Monday,
Wedniwduy nnd Friday.
From Clillllwaek TueBiloy, Thursday
nnd Saturday.
LOWER PRASER   RIVER.
8. 8a Trenefer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Weet-
mleeter Monday, Tuesday, Wedneeday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m.   Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip-Monday 5 a.m.
!>�������   ,WQ��#P   W*9A   MOtday,
rasvoay, WedMday. Thursday, Sat-
ay at 7 aikpfrldayd a,m.  Addl-
trip Saturday leave Ladner at
\
s mm.
for reservations end
eali ut addrees
m 001
AgenL New
l^*,��_W.faMJ
The Qteek
pack is rather I cheap one and scarce
Ij- does honor to tho celebrities pov
travcil
"Cadi*. Is a center for card iiiani.fao
turlnji. I lie Idea of the Spanish card
maker leetfis to b* fo pet as much eohw
on Ibe card* as possible. Tlie royal
robes are Of unusual liirtjrnifioon. .*���
Tho duba are hie lvlinlgiMiis in prroor
and red. dud the knave of elulv., gaylj
eaparisonc.1 on I prnneinu boi-se, reminds j-o-i instantly of .lack tho G'ant
KUler. Th* spades are uply little dat'
gers. mid for hearts and <llanioiii_s
there ,w ilM,s am4 dice cups. Th��
curds In some of tho Spanish packs ar*
very thin and have a capital spring.
"The Madeira cards oome from Lis-
ben. The dgnres nro ruort�� eenr^ntion
nl In design tluui on (h��. Spanish. Tli*
ace oanls are adorneil -with typical
Portuguese sconos.
"A peeuliarily of the pack bouffht in
Constantinople la lhat the ace cards,
In addition to the single spado, dia
annul, club or heart In tbe confer ot
each, have diminutive aces at the upper left hand nnd lower right head
corners.
"The Italian Ci.ee carde portray .*���-
eldeillj* gloomy iiersonagon. Each on*
of the face en nis, by the way, carries
In small print the name ami address ov
the ranker. There are tiny packs, aa
Inch and a quarter by an inch and
three-quarters In size, which can be
bought on the streets of Naples for a
soldo. These resemble the Spanish
cards to some extent, although the
royalties nre more dignified.
"Cnlro Is a great card emporium, and
Mousky street offers rich returns to
the onnl hunter. Fortune telling card.
must bt In demnnd there, to judge
from the samples I sa# In the collection. The Cairn playing cards come
mostly fro;u Germany. They are brilliant In their coloring. The aces csrng
scenes from lands both west and east.
"The gem of nil the packs comes
from Switzerland. The cards are
email, one aad three-quarters by two
end a half Inches In size, nnd the back
design Is the edelweiss. The kings,
queens and .ineks are delightful studios
In Swiss costume, and the purchaser
certainly gets his money'e worth, foi
each face onnl has two half figures
quite unlike. On the aces aw Swiss
ecenes and objects of interest, also twt,
to a card, the subjects Including iho
castle of Chlllon, the Matterhom, the
bridge at Lucerne nnd the tJon of La
ceme."���Indianapolis Star.
The Mohammedan Oath.
Of all the many forms of taking the
eath ueed In the courts perhaps the
moot plctSfeeqne le that which the Mohammedan le teqetml to take. It le a
ettont cetameny. The eon ef Mam
his tight hand tat npon the
and pets th* *t**m*m ���** fore-
he brings MsAMMitdtwa
to asi in contact wt%il||;!jH|y Me
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?AGE EIGHT  O.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, JUNE 16
1908,
Lovely
Lovely
Wedding Presents
Morey's
Columbia Street
SUNDAY BAND CONCERTh
JUNE
weddings ADVOCATED BEFORE C0BNC1L
vhat a mistake to use eoarte
Salt foi ' cookina?! Fine, pungent
WINDSC^ SALT add* such
adainUMsstOa^ef00^*
REFR1GERA
TORS
(Continued  from Page One.)
Royal Olty Transfer t'o      SS-90
,Royal Olty Planing Mills ....    391.60
IJ. Mclntyre       n*u0
Cunningham Hardware t'o.  .
Hill & Gauvreau 	
w. Wateon 	
George Cunningham & Son .
,D. S. Curtis & Co	
Brunette Saw Mill Co., Ltd..
: Mayers & Preston  	
S. J. Davison 	
i Brackman-Ker Milling Co. ..
II. T. Kirk  	
Anderson & Lusby	
Small & Bucklin Lumber Co
Uilley  Bros   1393.65
Archibald Bros      11. U6
Total  	
I
it*************************,
PORCELAIN LINED
AND
ZINC LINED
Fire.
T. J. Trapp & Co $
H. Mc-rey & Co	
George Cunningham & Son ..
.Mayers ��_ Preston 	
Cunningham Hardware Co. ..
Royal City Planing Mills 	
M. Langtry 	
IS. ,1. Davison 	
'Gilley Bros	
jfirackman-Ker Milling Co. ...
i Vanstone H. & P. Co	
j Anderson & Luaby	
McQuarrie & Co	
George Adams	
Royal City Transfer Co	
' Adams & Deans	
,11. T. Kill*   	
T. Mowbray  ;,
.35
l.oo
11.00
15.00
1.05
43.75
297.0Q
2.5*1
1.00
1..40
1.68
,US
41.75
1.50
2. (JO
1.75
17.HO
2.15
IC AMU I
Total $ 460.49
; THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
********** t ****************
Buy NOW before our
stock is picked over. A
variety of sizes, and
prices right.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
34.40
-��_.10
7.25
3.00 I
2.25 T<
SO.40 H
77.75   a
Columbia
St.,
6ter,
New   Westm;**.-
B.   C.
Water.
Reyal City Planing Mills  $
George Cunningham & Son ..
|Schaake Machine Works  ....
[Gilley Bros	
|H. T. Kirk 	
Anderson & l.usby  	
T. .1. Trapp & Co	
McQuarrie & Co. , ,
Royal City Transfer Co        7.75
The Canada -Metal Co     106.94
Ban   ty & Adams          7.25
J. c. Dlgby         4.50
Thomson  Merer Co     271.00
Nicholas Pendon   .50
Cunningham Hardware Co. ..    LIS.61
D        '.ni Wood Pipe Co.   ...  2575.28
Westminster Iron Works
B. C. Telephone Co	
6.70
S.40
Total
.$ 10*.. 73
Market.
& Co $    ('.(1-00 j
Kirk     153.65
Clow        141.00
. rapp
''   I,) I Bryson & Sons	
Royal City Planing .Mills
Telephone Co	
B. C.
50.15
S.25
. I\. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New .Westminster, B C
Total	
Light.
Uo.   I City Planing .Mills
T. J. Trapp it Co	
Dominion Wood Pipe Co. .
Cunningham Hardware Co.
I.I. J. M;i( K;iy & Co	
W'albnii.h & Sons 	
, Vulcan Boiler Works	
'Anderson & Lusby 	
Vaaistone H. & P. Co	
. $3354.08
.$    37.10
.2.50
8.68
6.7..
.35
2.50
.      27.84
5.S5
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IN STOCK
i
|| Hammocks        Baseball Supplies
Croquet Sets      Lacrosse Supplies
Rubber Balis      Cricket Bats
Tennis Rackets
m
Total   f
Finance.
.1. .1. MacKay tc Co $
Hill Ai Gauvreau	
Archibald Bros	
R. Wolfenden 	
Adams it Leans 	
C. P. K.'s Telegraph	
Royal City Transfer Co	
Columbian Co., Ltd	
Anderson & Lusby 	
Mayer:' it Preston  	
The Daily -News Co	
B. C. Telephone Co	
.0
26 |
42
Oil |
115
.-vii |
4
00 |
75 !
8
17
5
00
ins
lo
1
"Ml
15
00
Mis_ W. H. Cope
Miss J. Parueil  ..
Total   	
Parks.
.1. D. Buskins	
Relchenbach Co	
T, .1. Trapp & Co	
Anderson & Lusby	
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
.    173.95,
43.85
50.00
t>0.00
.$ 004.78 j
.$ .50
6.00
.90
.20
.     _:;:. 15
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers |]
��������� ���������������eee;^;^!^^^^^^;;
Total    * 29.75
Police.
J. H. Jones, M.D I      5.00
Dr. Kenny        6.00
.1. .). MacKay & Co        3.45
Martin & .McQuarrie   24.90
H. Morey & Co         o. 75
Canada Law Book Co  10.45
J. Trachy  15.60
Captain Pittendrigh   10.(K)
H. T. Kirk 50
.1. W. Mcintosh   4(1.00
Total
. $ 141.65
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
****************************************************
*
*
*
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home. Also manicuring.
For p***"'"**ement ring up A v""
NOTE-We Write Fire Insurance
in "one hundred per cent." companies
���such as the Aetna of Hartford, the
Atlas, and the. London Assurance, or
London, Kngland. Our companies paid
their San Francisco losses "dollar for
dollar."
'See us about rates  before    placing
your bualneaa,
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
J. J. Johnston, Manager Insurance Dept.
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This store closes  5:30   p.   m.,   daily,   except  Satu h
*���*<&��� I
New Goods^Read About Th
em
special new lines worthy of notice. This stor
endeavors to satisfy the demands of its cus-
tomers at all times. New lines mentioned here
have-been hunted up in various countries, and
are just what you need most probably!
ft
Our Best Covert
T
Coats
On Sale This Week
Extra  Values fn
H
losieryi
Every emX this season's style. Seiui and tight fitting, lined and
unlined, every coat tailor made; perfectly worked and trimmed. All
one color in plain or fancy stripes. Regular prices $10.75 to $15.00.
All one price.   Each $9.75
Linen   wash   suits  in   white and
linen shade
Made with plain box and full plaited skirts. The materials are Of
th*? best qualities only, serviceable and substantial for summer wear,
easily laundered. Sizes :12 to 3S, each   $6.25 to $7.75
(U__B__at*_t����___<_s_ir_ *._.'.
aViftmm ,:���
New taffeta panama skirts
The popular skirt material this season has heen this serviceable
Ilght-weighl panama The tailor-made skirts of this fabric were
���completely sold out two weeks .ago, and a new lot was ordered whicb
has just arrived. Colors brown, green, navy and black, each $5.00,
$5.50, $6.00 to $10.00
Children's muslin bonnets.each 25c
Dozens of children's dainty white muslin wash bonnets. Suitable
for children of all sizes, slightly soiled, regular prices 50c to $1.50. On
sale   his week  25c
Special prices on ladies'sailors
White straw sailor hats, this season's, niluccd in price, a Bpecial
lot on sale this week. In this lot are. included seven or eight lines
of misses' and girls' fancy shaped sailors and hats. Regular prices
75c to $1.50.   Our special price, each   50c
New Wash Goods
CHECK GINGHAMS and DARK PRINTS
Many lines of these were s,��ld out several weeks ago, and new designs have just arrived to take their place. English prints in plain
spotted and fancy dark colors. Large green, yellow, navy, pink, sky,
cardinal and white checks. All <jne price. Per yard   15c
Boys'
Girls'
and Ladies'
High-class silk
hosiery
Plain and fancy lace s I.   hose,
Those  who have  worn  .ilk    ���
Inga pronounce them the mosl ���
and comfortable hose to wear.   A
new lot now on    displaj;    c
pink, grey, sky, heliotrope, champagne, cream, white and : lm
pu
.$1.35 to $2.50
New ribbed hose
for boys and girls
Whit.
tan   and   blai
.:��� slerj  and plain ���,���,'������' e so
hosiery just  in  by expri
American made, new lines with ns,
but they look good an i are exci
tional value.   Ask to Bee them.
Women's cotton
hosiery
Seamless feet--ribbed tops
W'f have been aski tl    on   hundreds of occasions    for     ian
feei In cott<m hosiery.   We    ���   i
that   we have nol had    them   in
sufficient number., to mei I '; i    '
maud.    We have them   i
black and with white feet, perfectly -���.'unless.    Per pair ..25c to 45c
m
ds
Mendings, Aiik
It seems Impossible to prevent
ihe holes coming in the stoi
Only one thing to do���mend them
We carry in stock at all time? &!'
wanted shades In wool, cotton, li*'''
and silk mendings.
New Dimities
white only
This much used material for children's dresses, ladies' blouses, etc., is
here in the usual standard stripes, but
you will notice that they appear fresh
and clean, .lust In, in fact, Per
yard   25c. 30c and 35c
Fancy white
blouses, a new lot
Style, quality and serviceability are
tho strong characteristics of the
blouses. They wash perfectly, better
than silk; are stronger and the i""1*
mings are as dainty and servloeabli ;<-
can possibly be used. Every waist la
becomingly (rimmed with shadow embroidery, Swiss insertion, medallion
applique, or Valenclenne lace and insertion. All sizes, 32 to 42. The iii.'1"'
blouses this season. Kuch  ..$5 to $1��
Travelling Rugs, Each $1.75 to $3.00
Dark colored shawls und rugs in plaid designs;  mostly In demand for   travelling  or camp   use;    large
sizes; fringed on edge.   Special   values this week.
Another   special  in   white
wash belts, each 25c
Ten dozen  new  embroidered wash
belts, new designs, pear! .buckles and
metal  buckles;   all sizes.
All linen napkins, each 10c
Fifteen   dozen only, fine all    lb""
napkins; size 19 by 19 inches. Regular
price $1.50 per dozen.    On sale tins
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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