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 Vhite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
W WESTMINSTER, R C
$#* Lef/<
mike, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
lumbia St.
Phone 8.S
NEW
STMINSrBR.  B.   C
iRNING,  JUL.
TEN  CENTS PER  WEEK.
n
r^j^fpifTf    ICATTLE GUARDS BUSINESS   Tie Boys WU Will     ii g ttc
: ;'.
Cur. to  Westminster
CUSTOMS SEIZE A
SINOAIR'S SHOE STOCK;
lash Offer by First Sacker
Spurred Odd Fellows Last
Night���Score 29 to 9.
,.v  a  trifling    majority of  twentj
D foui Innings ot a com-
, ,,j; game at queen's park yes
, v,enlngi a  team  representing
i,,. No. ::. I ,0. 0. F.
.,      , ini     members    of   Ami!,
Vl   27   who had the temerltj
emselves as  ball  play-
..   r,   positions on the dia-
!    ac Ident or design, Amltj
Included  a homer,
.     ,,i .,: one pair oi shoes at  Sta-
i lair's,  by  Oddy in  the third
���,. game proved a costly event tor
Emle Sinclair, who on Monday eve-
recklessly ottered a pair of -si s
to anyone making a home run during
the game The following qualified:
.Sinclair. Mannering, Barbaree, Sloan,
Barbaree, Sinclair and Dignam, of
Royal City lodge, and Oddy, of Amity
lodge, a total of eight pair of shoes.
The footwear will he available today
at Sinclair's, if he survives the awful
Bhock.
To thoroughly appreciate the enormity of the crime perpetrated by the
ancient lodge against lhe younger organization, the personel-of the winning nine is here given:  ltoyal Sting
ers���Barbaree. c; Sinclair, lh; Mun-
nerlng, p; Wooster, 2h; Sloan, ss;
Hughes, rf; Bowers, If: Lee, cf; Dignam, 3b. Against these the following aggregation of Amity Innocents
was pitted, the names of those who
played real baseball being printed in
capital letters to distinguish them
from the hams; Oddy, ss and p; .\ck-
K'V. lb; stagg. cf; Canfield, ss and p;
Bell, if; Kenny. 3b; Halllday, 2b;
Latham, rf; Adams and Mills, cf,���.
nnd niaylw1 a few others.
Sid Malcolmson calleil balls anil
strikes as a prelude to receiving roasts
from the assembled fanatics.
Score by  Innlnga,!
ltoyal   City...     S     S   10     8   X���29
Unity     1     i)     4      1     3���9
' Canfield pitched for Amity In the
��.<t innings. Result, eight runs;
Canfield fired out of the box- Oddy
pitched the remainder of the game.
He would have been escorted beyond
the city limits after tne third had any
of the other members of the team
been capable of throwing the sphere
from the slab to the catcher.
Kenny posed as a beef magnate In
ihe neighborhood of third base. He
created  a   sensation  by   catching   the
ball on oi ccaslon.    Stagg and Hell
didn't do so vory badly, considering
all things, but Hfllllilay at second���
the gyrations he introduced into the
game were Btforoers, His swiftness
iti handling throws equalled the.peed
at which a funeral travelling back-
is on a rainy day would creep "I1
Eighth  Btreet.    Hi'  was credited  with
7a errors, no hard  chances Included
TAK ES SHERIFF T8 WINNIPEG
T. J.   Armstrong  Will Superintend  In-
spallation of   Improved  Guards on
C.P.R.  and   C-N.R.   Tracks.
In connection   with the Installation
of :. i iber of improved cattle guards
on C. P. R, and C X. R. track
Winnipeg, Sheriff T. J. Armstrong
will leave this citj on Thursdaj morning for the prairie capital, where he
will personally superintend the necessary work. The cattle guard In
question is . -ii 1 to be the onlj el
feet.ve method   of   preventing   cattle
straying  allwaj  tracks, and con-
of .i Binklng platform which Is
operated by the animal stepping on
it. The depression of the platform
chum's two arm gates to bar access
to tb.- trai ks, the raising of the arms
being accompanied by considerable
noise caused bj loose chains. The
rattling frightens the animal and
causes it to abandon its project of
travelling along  the  ties.
One of these guards has been use
at Sapperton, on the C. P, H. tracks
near the glass factory, for the pas;
two years; two have been In constant
use on the B. C, E, It. tracks at
Eburne for twelve months, while another has been given a three year
trial at Hcnlon. on the B. B. & B. C.
railway. In every case complete satisfaction  has  been  given.
Interested with Mr. Armstrong in
the marketing of the guard are three
Blaine men. .1. L. Scott. A. T. Crawford and VV. E, Dement. Letters patents on the article have been granted
the inventors in Canada and the
United States, As a result of Mr.
Armstrong's trip east it Is expected
that an order for a large number of
cattle  guards   will   be   placed   by   the
two railway systems Interested,   The
tost of the guards. Installed ami ready
for operation, is only about $14, or a
little over bait the eo.l M building the
oni'lf. protectors ,V present in use on
mos* railway tracks.
lliVjU
Japanese Fishermen Caught
With Dutiable Articles-
Boat and Contents Taken.
captain;
Md'.h
if��� B
r. A   Welsh, tr*p manager;      Hev. .1. s. Henderson, president; T. Oifford,
Bryson. \Y    Turnbull,  C.   D. Peele, team manager:   I).  McElroy, train
row���Tom Rennie, C. Spring, C. Latham. J .Gifford, J. Feeney, George Rennie.
Alex.   Turnbull,   A.   Gray,   Jack  Gifford  Imascot).
A   boat  coin fining  a    quantity    of
material alii feed to have been smug-
.*as  selzi i)  by Customs i Ifflci r
Sturton at Sti ������  ton on Monday.
'�����-���'-asoline launch, paint-
e i whiti, and III* i most n bing vi -"'is
is denominated bj a numl ��� i I Itlals.
Two Japanese who an held responsible, were the c cupants. In thi boai
were opium, wini. tobacco, Hour, gaso
line, coul oil and an engine and flt-
tlngs, all dutiable articles. The seizure
was made near the sandheads. The
vessel was brought to this city ami
I tied up at lhe government wharf, and
the department of marine -and fisheries
. jotifted.
Thirty days are usually allowed for
the parties to repurchase articles
seized by the officers, but the amount
of the fine to he imposed for the
breach of regulations is not yet fixed.
The fishermen, who are charged with
being concerned with other cases of
smuggling, may be permitted to redeem the boat.
About $600 to $700 is the value set
on the seizure, including the article*?
seized.
���J*, transportation  which  wil have
e straightened out by the Winn!
jo.irne:     i'i reach tins city ou Friday
eveniti.   in time for all baggage to lie
"l"'*".    ..7.   'peg officials of the C. P. R.   This two   placed on  board 'n readiness for the
lie possession of thr' Minto   '  ��
days'   lela
Lower row--Len Turnbull. I. Winiemute
The departure of the  Westm'nstei
Lacrosse   team   for   Montreal,   when
gan es for th
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the  boys will  o:  ���   have about  three jn   the  morning,  It i.s  unlikely    that
of the lacrosse worlds/are to    _ play-   day. ,_, vv,;,(.,) .,   ,.,,���,, ,.p ..efore ,��� . )V,v  w... ,(i  ^ q. q ������_;������_,,.,..
''���! ' "   lulJ  -1  and L"- has been post-   ��_,....   .. m     againS|    the    Shamrocks tion. although     large, number of en-!
poned  until   Saturday   morn ag  at   a  takes place. thtisiasts are hound to be on hand toj
quartei  after seven o'clock, some un-      The C. P. I:   <������*; which  will be the w>h   the lads  "God   spee.-l  and  good
for., "'i   llfflculty having ;ir!stja r.s re-   ho:re of *he ' ��� ys ''uring the f?ur days luck
inconvenient, as   journey,    \- the train will leave early
BUNKERS ARE AMONG BEST
ON NORTH PACIFIC COAST
New Storage Bins of Gilley Bros. Have
Best Private Equipment for Handling   Coal   and   Stone.
re- .borne p* 'hi-
I
SOUTHERN COLONY REGRETS
SHE OF AUSTRALIAN FLEET
RIVER ITEMS FOR B. C.   BEKESFOHD ISSUED Bit.
>A.SEHAIOIIAW/i!W!llt!il,8ntBMl^0['TH
Londi ������-        .   '���  Th    Times    this
Large    Slim    is    Voted     for |morning publishes     Btatemeh   to the
INJUNCTION THREAT
!    MAY CHANGE PLANS
London, July  T.--A spec al dispatch
to the Times  from  Wellington, New
Zealand,   notes    ihe  disappoihtment
that is felt  there because only  three
vessels  of   the   Australian    squadron
Will participate in the welcome to the
American  licet.    It   adds   that   Commander  Crutchley,   secretary     of  the
navy league, states that  he does not
view this with pleasure, because Great
Britain  ought   to  receive  the  Americans with an equal force of warships,
otherwise  the comparison  will lie to
Creat  Britain's  disadvantage.
Needed    Improvement
Fraser Appropriation.
i:." :.   t: ;.*    luring   th ���   reci nt  man-
Legal Proceedings Will Follow Telephone Go's. Plan
to Place Poles in Crescent.
Events moved fast aftei the meeting
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m Hope into collision. Sir Percy Scott, I ,,f ,���,.. ,-jty ,otino;l on .Monday night,
In the House of Commons >* - I howevei.   (1I1   board   ,-.���,  Qood   H��pe, |when (h(. prop08a] ,������ the B. C. Tele-
Ottawa, July
oeuvres ol the Channel fleet, Admiral
'l_ord Beresford gave ths signal for an
��� 'evolution wb ch. if obeyed, would have
Under  Main  Est -' brought th.  cruisers Argyll and Good
phone   i onii anv   to   lay   poll s    across
' lh,
terday, the harbor and river Hems for j the Btatement  gayS| doubted the ac
British Columbl* were take,, up. For  ,���..u���. of   lne   slgnR,   and   ^ned, ^ cenlre ��� Alll(���, crescent, ta th.
_  wharf -a  Clayoquot, west  coirs; oi  from obeying lt.   The story is alluded
. ,    ,   uooo  uas    voted-'to bv  oUier  London newspapers, but   new alignment of the company s wires
Vancouver Island. $2000  was .       ^ W|W] ^ fi]J|iears to be a through the heart or the city, was ap-
���J36.500 was voted for improvements a. | ^ ^  campaign  against    Lord proved> ,,��� n,e understanding that If
Golden, oa the Arrowhead lakes and i ���________________���
GUN CLUB MEMBERS SHOOT
FOR VALUABLE TROPHIES
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^, Beresford. arisiiit <       of his tend with
on the Columbia river;  $1000 for the  _
S.r Percy bcoa.
removal ot  Coquitlam obstructions,    i  ,._.	
in re $1 "1,0111.1 for |        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
itapravm, of ship channel and pro1""���" ��'���� MUI HIVF    Ith
ItecUou works on Fraser river; %','W
for  genera]  repairs  of    rivers    an
bridges:    $251111  for  the   removal    of
ENGLISH MINERS NOW HAVE
ElfiKT-HOLI BAY IN SIGHT
The new bunkers for Gilley Bros,
are now In use, and the introduction
lit this great Improvement ol the slow
methods of handling heavy material
is easily apureut.
The capacity ls about 2000 tons, and
tlie length 100 feet by 21 al the maximum breadth. The depth is 32 feet.
This huge bunker is divided into
compartments, and half ii set aside
for coal, part steamer coal, and part
I for general purposes. The coal handled is solely Ladysmith and Coruax
'qualities.
Adjoining the coal pockets are compartments for sand. Tor crushed rock
for private sales, and  three for thf
large needs of the board of works, alt
the   crushed   and   other   rock    bein;
handled by the firm for the city. Th.
sand is dredged from the river, ant'-
the  stone  from  the  Pitt   river qruar-
{rles  belonging to the  firm, of which
the council  did al   some future timejby the by, a lease is now promised1
ilmprove  the park, a cable should be I from  the  Dominion  government,  the
laid underground. At the present time I title being claimed by another party.
company declined to spend the ex-      The hunker is built on an extension
tin  $800  required  to    place   a  cable   of the old  wharf, in  which    no Iest*
across the Crescent, than 132,000 feet of lumber was used.
Ye. tenia, a solicitor representing a J Under the portion of the bunlter de-
leading  citizen  called on  the  mayor'voted to stone and sand the teams
threatening     Injunction    proi dings  can easily load, and  fill In a minute
i  tham would have been a buccosb if: u
The   weeklv    gun   clu.i   miooi    lo""
ed   In   uniform,  but   be     wore   a , - .
, shirt, and whoever henrd of a Place   as!  evening.    )- *      _
1,     Gun   the  returns   were;   I apt.   tnayei
all player wearing a clean shir, ma*  Cup Ue niT
���    ood    George Adams said "Flo,  brolw - oui      -
"    three times when he missed long Lord. 21; Frank    mpp 21, Jack R<
om    In the outfield, and .ate retired  20, and a Gal th  16,
*  hlste r.     .Ms place was     The first .hot for ^^^
 - Mill*, who wa. a crueljoke.   ph, was also -.Hon  .... , the follow
The winner, pui the sphere all otW tag resulu:  Capt m... -    .   _.
.     field  ,,,'M one ���r the nine hav-  Trapp, 20;  C. Lord, 19, J. &eid,
..     maatered al  leas,  .he nnliiiien.s ;,...I li. OaJbralth, 16.
"   the  game.  wh|ta  Sinclair and   Bar-1    The silver spoon donated  b.
���������iv. e are real  players
boulder9 ,.""" '"" ,'h;"'""1 ?2hToOCZ I    1-,'Ud.m. .luly 7-The House of Oc-   ^ould".^ ciI77eVmU or "thi  com- leach," without interfering with the coal
0tonet%ovCerotthe'NorUChM-Un8   last   nigh,   passed   the  second',^ ��,mmmce, the change proposed. | secUon.   Coal can he loaded direct in-
N'.Ul.LilllO
harbor;
  $2000  for a!reftd1ng  ,,  tn, bill under which   five As It w ,. clear the pwty Intended to to -be holds of vessel.   -The cost wa
i^^^^^^^H.    .   ,,,.,   \-��� -     ���     r,i���d ti'i.t the matter ton finish, the mayor   between $1000  and   *l"'"**'-
"���  8hU7^ ' V   '!'     ,       be   If- ���' ��"  mi""rS ^ the ^^l I   Irse   : ,  Write  to  G.  tt |     1,  will he readily  seen thai   witb sa
j.    .1    {or    mprovem' "���"    *��u
_______________^^^^^^_ Ki:;-"""i   H   v",:**   ":il>'   ,A'Kh ^^_
Skeeuu .'Ivor;   ,���          ���   .io,.,      ���   oncluOd the
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of . 1:11 bar. on t��
.
,50,000 for dredgln    ' ; , .      ,    ,      Ben modlfV     ,
1 r Improvements at -.���>".'���������>��� ��� ; ^   .^..^^ ���, ihp *m\ne scale, th^
Anyone mentioning the word baseball within the charmed circle of Amity lodge from now 011 will lie liable
to severe censure from Brothers Kenny. Halllday, Adams, et al. And no
wonder!
CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE
BY SCATTERING DEATH
Chamberlain tor the highest averag-
was wo,, by Capt. Mayers with ^ P<'
cent. The others were: Prank Trapp.
82.75; C. Lord, 80; J- Heal, 74; and
U.  Galbralth,   62   per   cent.
Chicago, July 7. -The latest Fourth
Of July figures show ninety-seven
'lead and 2,920 injured. Lock jaw
ravages will continue to add to the
lists, The only Northwest tetanus
fatalitj so far reported is that of Artie Bauer, Rltzvllle, Wash . who died
lasi nighl after being burned 1*8. Friday  by  a pistol  cartridge.
Stray   Dogs   Executed.
New York, July 7.-S'tuv the li'**'
of the .vtar 77,076 stray dog. and cats
have i.'efi destroyed bs the efforts of
' American Society for the Previ n-
tion of Cruelty  to Animal-.
PEARY IS GETTING
THE ROOSEVELT READY
New York, July 7.- The Roosevelt,
Commander Peary's Arctic exploring
sh-.p, left East 24th street this afternoon on a voyage as far Into the >*
of the north as can safely be aken
whence Peary will make his dash
the  pole. ,mil
Commander Peary, his crew,
���,,ny  invited guests.     ������"-���-
members   of   the   Peary   Arctic
.,      ... ._.:. 1   v, 1 eh  w as
were on board the ve"e1'       .  fflt
conveyed by.a government .^
islunil.  where she   Wl   ^ J     ^
�������� .*"���>"������������"*'���       ' :;    Bfty, where
the ship will 80 tq^Oyst r B^  ^
President   Woseve l   -  '
sh'p before she starts on
trip to the frozen north.
.,,    rO0O    foi   the i"b rttoa   .1 tbe sHfltag scale, the
Head    quarantine;    and    1WW ^   |  ;  .^ w .,, ���,, ,nil,.,���; ol
opening a boai cnannel at w    ��� ,,.,,,,���: , person*! Income,
Ij0ng lakes, Okanagan  flltti et _ _���.
.,-,���.  t0tal  vole  passed .amounted to
ngSOOO MANY   PICNICKERS   SPEND
;.,;.. ,���,���������,��� the Columbl. $75,000 PLEASANT DAY BY SEASIDE
wa. voted, and  for a  new  dredging 	
.;,,���  1100  was passed. Three   picnics  went    to enjoy   th.
'  -me estimates  also   included   *20OT L       .^ o, st,inle,  park ana En-"'
for extension of the teleph��nel^ to ^  ^ty  h,m, lhe
Mayne island., ^p0r0oveJi<rtty  engag;nR Bpecial  cars.    A   very
I    I ���   ��� ���   write --^^^^^^^h_____________________________________________i
' !,"urs  n,���p,,,   construction    agenl    tor tht 1  nn,,i, material to handle that the most
company   asking hira  lo   delay   any modern  machinery  was  required.
f,M  n ,',,,  flays.    Meanwhile an !hois,ine engine to lift the one and a
��� ��� e ipt will be made to arrive al   an  quarter yard dipper has been install ���
L. rn,,,,  neatly A  Co., of Wellanil,
, ���,.  thri:, ��� "��� '��� proceedings came ft-;
,,-,,;.l<".-   ..uprise   to  the  civic   authorities
COLUMBIA   SALMON   RUN
TO  EXCEED  LAST YEAR'S
Out.     lt   possesses   different   attachment.**   from   the  ordinary   domtpy for*
dealing with  various work.    Being on:
it boat apart, the engine can he e,asily
moved where it  may be required.
As business develops, it is proposed
to build a second bunker, with a trav-
-     ..   ���   .     ,_, ,   elling hoist  between,
.-.storm..   Or.,   July   7,-Dur.ig    t>i.��   euui-s	
Pender and
, victoria-Caiie   BeaU
past few days the run of fish has ina-
���!r,e     impr����-   vn,   OU6��e-=   -,-_-.- proved considerably, and there is now
���  ,     ih.  Vernon-Kelow-   ,)lt.aSant Ume was spent, although the  ev0,.v in.lk,.Jti0n that this season will
ments; ��3600   or the Vera f  fin ant t six cars le��� ^ |;ist ,w the eanner. st
na-Pentlcton Hue, and HTM ^.^ v,;.ious pe,-iods of the d*y, leastl   The majority *t the fish run-
Vernon line.  returning from 9 p. m. onwards.    1"he ; ning uow arc small, which is taken as
~ Sunda?   schools   of   West   End   Pre-   evidence  that   a  new  run  of fish  has
Fighting Indian Child Marriage. ,       am1 Knox Presbyterlan, and ; jus,  M* the sea.    They are firm and
pJSU  Or.,   July   7.-MTS   Caro- l^'J^ ^.^ Y(,nnff Pen���, ,��� so- :llara. otthe best .piallty in every way.
llne P. Wallace and Miss Carrie Tea- ^ OTganIzatlon9   ���uking l
... ,t,��� rnflo.Amerlc.an        ��� -,
representing the Ind<i-Ami
nant. representing <-��  1  ������- ar{	
league  for the restoration of women __	
concluded a series of largely at e Governor at Dawson ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mlc m,.,.n,,gs .day by orp..../.  *���;        vu on ,,,,,,,������;���- pondence relative to the establishment
. branch of the league la this city |��� Oaw On Juy 7^     ^ ij 00 Carneg!e nbl,,,. in c,e-
is for the  ptiri'esi' ���  eie-   f,yer\   todav   ____���   ________���  ��e.lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll�����   ���
Carnegie  Library  for Chehalis.
Chelialis.    July 7.-  11. C. Coffman,
who  has   been handling the  corres-
LORD AYLMER BUYS
RANCH IN KOOTENAY
Ottawa, Inly 7.���Lord AyVmer, former Inspector-General of the Militia,
has bought ten acres of land on Kootenay lake, and in a few weeks will
move there witb his family, including
three sons, now members of the civil
service here.
*        YESTERDAY'S   8PORT8.        ���
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The league is for tne purpose of ere- ,;ved u.,,-.   rrom ��������      ; * h                       e             lt,Upr from th6
Sng popular support  in this, oa,^> th'^ne,      itai ' 0 S of Andrew Carnegie who look. L   Vancouver    V   ���
I,,  .1,1  Un���on  of  the revMtln -y;ikon >**#�� PJ       <     nerthai part of Mr. Carnegie's husl-U   Seattle   ���   *
enstom  of child  marriage In  British ,h]C.,      rhe       ttt     I ^[h mw QQ ,,��������� !lm WU 	
India b.v prohibiting marriage by     ��� are changed somewha ,v, ���,��� donation will he made            | ���������������������������������������������
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THE DAILY NEWS.
-     WEDNESDAY, JULY 3.
,<_ 6 ft fr{t*8"B^<:T<::ii:*i
This Is My 50th Birthday
i
Benjamin L. Winched.
Benjamin La Fon Winchell, president of the Rock Island railroad
system since April, 1904, was born in Palmyra, Mo��� July 8, 1858. He
received his education at the ward and high schools of his native
town and began his career as a railroadman In July, 1874, when he obtained employment in the Burlington railway shops at Hannibal, Mo.
Two years later he was transferred to the auditor's office of the same
railroad and, in the following year was made chief clerk in the general freight office of the Atchison & Nebraska railroad", at Atchison,
Kan. Three years later he became assistant general passenger agent
of the Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis railroad at Kansas City
and in 1895 general passenger agent of the Union Pacific, Denver &
Gulf railroad, with headquarters at Denver. He was made third vice-
president of the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific railroad in 1903 and
president of the system in April, 1904.
W
.1*
HAMS *
18c. per |b>
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietor*
P. O. Box 474.       Tel. 53.        Res. 421)
Estimates  Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   hences,   Crest-
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   -   New Westminster
This Date in History
 *��� '
���������������
THE NORTHERN BANK
With  which is amalgamated THE CROWN  BANK  OF CANADA,
under the title of
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Offers its  best services,  resources and facilities to the public of
Canada at all points where it has offices.
HEAD OFFICE      - WINNIPEG
Capital Authorized $6,000,000.00
Capital (Paid-up)   $2,250,000.00
Rest and Undivided Profits $225,000.00
President Sir D. H. McMillan, K. C. M. G.
Vice-President   Edward C. Gurney, Esq.
General Manager J. W. deC. O'Grady
:
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back
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JULY 8.
1108���Death of Peter the Hermit, the
preacher of the first crusade.
1709���Peter the Great of Russia decisively defeated Charles XII.
of Sweden at battle of Pul-
towa.
17~;i���Fairfield, Conn., burned by the
British.
1792���City of Washington selected as
the capital of the United
States.
1839���John D. Rockefeller born in
Richford, a\'. Y.
1851���Hon. James Dunsmuir, Lieut,-
Governor of British Columbia,
born.
1887���The Ameer or Afhanistan, following a rising against taxation, proclaimed i eace, amnesty, and a remission of
taxes for two years.
1897���Lisbon celebrated (he 400th anniversary of the departure of
Vasco da Gama to discover
the sea route to the Indies.
1907���Mayor Schmltz, of San Francisco, sentenced to five years'
Imprisonment for extortion.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
������  The ������������
enoac
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
i
Phone 101
PKone 101   1
ROYAL BANK of CANADA      x***************************************************
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_ SILVERWARE
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDEP 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you rei|iiire   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
orce
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
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The  Jeweler
tr
-va
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWU
If  You   WANT   HELP.
Bob Foster Dead.
Victoria, July 7.���Professor Ro ert
(Bob) Foster, the most characteristic
figure in the sporting fraternity of B.
C, died suddenly In the hospital here
this morning. He was 65 years of
age, and had coached and trained
Victoria athletes of every department
for thirty years past.
Three
packages
for 25c.   Sells r
egu-
Jarly at.
wo packages
for 25c.
>
We ha
ve some
No.
1 potatoes
at
$1.50 per
sack, or
fifty
pounds for
85c.
This is <
i low price, as they are
very
scarce.
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COWIE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
ADAMS & DEANS
! Phone 97.
'- Have proven to be superior to all others In  DURABILITY, Rl_
LIABILITY,  ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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Air
Concert I
-AT
QUEENS PARK
i
Friday, July 10th, Afternoon and Evening j
Th
e
((
Kilti
les
99
Great Scotch songs, dances and pipers and specially selected program for the band concert of over iwo  P��j
hours.    The afternoon parade will be led by two giant drum majors, each over seven feet tall ffl
SPECIAL   FEATURES ��
The champion boy piper
of the world
The Clan-Johnston troup of national
dancers, pipers, etc., vocal choir of
twenty voices
Price of admission 50c, grand
stand 50c, bleachers 25c
On sale at Ryall's
if. /EONE8DAY.JULY8,1908
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRS.E.
by the Municipal Councils of the said
'Corporations, the agreements between
th,   corporation  of  the  Township  ol ���
Chilliwack   and   the   Power Companj
being also ratified and confirmed by
������The Chilliwack   city    Incorporation ;
Act"  (��908).
w __,,,.,   - ���   ���       j    The waters at  present recorded by I
edtoheatUieininuryJ)ulidhigsJt].e pQwr Company from  Lake    Co-
.     .Qultlam and from  Lake Buntzen will
the nine ,
LcpARTMENT    OF     MILITIA    AND
,DE DEFENCE, OTTAWA.
PALED TENDERS  (in   duplicate)
tue supply  Of coal  and  fuel  wood
1  "'orla Vancouver, New Westmin
t Vl" .      _    t_    rr     .....  ll,,. nit.
.,,���, Rossland, B. C, foi
-":;,,", ���' lbi My.im,wiu
��0Utb      .,    ,    to  Saturday. July  4th
be :' lerls to be marked
.      .    and addressed   o
,..   Militia  Council,
|  :     lecretarj
printed
tender containing
InicuTan     b    be obtained from  ap
Militia  Council,
lf��lce 0{ the District
. ,   commanding
"   [umlsh all information required,
ch tender must be   accompani d
b'eque, payable to the
���'   , ,   orable  the Minister
I .fence for   flve   pei
if"      ��� -��� ���� '���"���
.,;���,.,: if the   party
r declines in sign a
. ; upon   to do i
e   nol    accepted    th
;    .    - ��� irned.
���   [oes nol ' Ind    ���'
.   the    lowest    or    r-r
���
���
B, ;���*. JARVIS,
... Bni ,,i   Militia and
Defei ce.
....  Militia and Defence,
q 99    ll -6.)
,,,,,,-s will not be paid for this
erl   emenl  If thej   Insert it with-
.... ity from i  - Department.
PART   IV.
���WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION   ACT,   1897."
te utilized to generate the power required  to operate the    Bald    further ;
und rtaking of   the   Power Company,
and  ii   I    proposi d to transmit such
power, I ���; i and heat tMrough an I by
i icans of pole and transmission lim -
:'    n    ",.   c; the powi i- houses, sub-
. .mi.   ir i ran mission line;; of   t!.
'owe.;- i!i    pan   throui hout ihe wh ib
. ll   in whli li iii" further mil r-
Victoria   who  '      ag of the Power Company j   to be
i arried en, and as is hei einbefo i   di -
lined:
2.    \:. I    this   is further to   (������ r
.Hal, thi   first ] art or  portion of the
;        ; Ing   and   works   hereby
a; proved,   .-. ill be i be line ol  i li
���l- a       om the said  City of    New !
ter tu the said City of Chilli- |
��� |    the   ie i ������ a ary pole   aad
Uni    i'i c nnec ion tl
with;
'' i    .* nd thi er to cerl t.-
���  thi   Powi    C '      ball    havi
I til j - i    el ���   tnmenci
i   i onstruction of the i a d    fun b< r
'.   . rtaking  and   w orks, or exerci
the powei    In tha   i e . ;lf conferred    .   the "Wat     '' Coasoli-
a   "'i Act, 1897," i   -1 IV., on i thoui -
;.:: i              b ires of one dolla   ($1.0i i
< acii.    Thi   i'n inr amount of i a
rei. lire I  to fully ci       ���      the    first
:. rl   of the Bald furthi r undei taking
and  works Is to be provided by the '
I loan of two in Won four hundred and
nil '   ��� nil ���  ' lousand   dollars ($2,499,-
; 00 'i to be mao ::   thi   Britb h Colum-
Elecl ric Etailwa;     omp; ny, to   be
i.'ti ,*:*****:          .- [secured by mortgage bonds    of    the
,���.   that the Van-   P��wei Companj in sterling or decimal
dmited             cy cai                 est, or by such
Sunlight  Soar*   contains  nothing  that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3
PRINCE Will DECORATE
MONUMENT TO BRAVE1
Wreath Will Also Be Placed on Wolfe
Statue by  Royal Visiter During
Quebec   Tercentenary   Fete.
TKEHE WE RIBMT BBR1H6 PQWDEHS
Fl
I %**
S��Q��3E__833��^> Si
P -ts limit to
This Is a Broad
Assertion
The   Pants   Made by
the "Lion Brand"
People   Fill   the   Bill
Double Seats, Double Knees,
Tweeds, Serges and Corduroys.
Sizes from 22, fitting a boy of
4 years. Size 33, fitting a boy
of 15 years.
Prices Irom 50c lo $2.50 the pair
��.-���{j��
���ii. any,
1.    Tin- H	
iver    i',.,.-       ���uuu>a.i,,    """"--��� jcther form of   security    as may
'  an   iaft' '  "   powe*     "" ,    ��� the   sa l Com
.   ,      , ncorporated    pur-1** L
Of       tla^^^^^_
i   further to < ei    ;���
Wa: '    i
^^^^^^^^^^Bl .   1v,,-..    .,n       4. And MM	
'    ''  '   f ��� . /," the   '   .       ,*l   .:u  which the  said  fur
' .  '!���  ���          I                      '   '  '' ,;                                   ;. nan,"   .
    ��� ���    'J    , ;    ; ,                   m addition toi.
. . prl. lev   ���   and   priorities in ^                       .       ^ ... ;
��� I  by  Part    IV     ol    the    sad  A�� ;   m .^ fl .            lf> aml
ated,  granti ,  ,  .  .             par,    ol
ddltion  to Ib   iu.dertak.ng    here- ^  works,!
re approved                          i.enant-!td ********
Quebi c,  Julj   7.   Owing to  lllm  -
Duchi      of   Noi folk   will   be   unit   to accompanj  the Duke of Nor-
ilk to Que i< <��� (or i liu Tercentei
estivltb      The official landing of the
Prince of V, ale   will take place at 4 I
li  on  the afti moon of Wedm   ���
luly-21      ..��� will receive the   ���
-" i ni "   er   I    in:
".ml,    The   Prim
bl   mi   We day, July
_ ' on the previous n
1 mnced   his   In, sntion   ol
eath upon the Wolfe stal -
ad "ii   the  monument   "Aux
es" on Friday, Julj 21, the  la   a
ition of the  battlefields,
be military r< vii w on the P i
of Abraham.
*f6��Toni\t*&'
BUT THERE IS
filcluHB POWDER1
; is Pure, Wholesome and Econoivk.l
SOLI) IN ALL SIZES.
W.GILLETT ftST���]
TOaONTO.ON".
AT THE   HOTEL"..
TMC: =
IS, Wardrobe Clothier
, �� &sm*wa***i
Russen.
V. A. Nickerson and v/ife, Tai
"lm !���". Jones, Tacoma.
S. Hills, Toronto,
Violel 1 l"!::i'-s. Ni w ��01 _
Ui ������  Willard, Xew  York.
C. H. Tolmi r, Seattle.
E, .1. Adam, und wife, OH'e a,
!!. Gordon, Vancouver.
II. Raymond, Vancouver,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, Port Moody,
W. Blan I, Vancouver.
Windsor.
. Bruskey, Aldergrove,
. II. King, Charbrook, Wash.
. Cheetham, Bellingham,
rank Downey. Bellingham.
M. Lawrence, Los -Angeles.
A   Dabymple, Langley.
W.  Harris, Vancouver.
T. Chester, Sllverd lie.
.1. tiildreth, Seattle.
K. K. indd, Calgary.
E. H   i arkburst, Everett,
Standard for
(5 Years.
"THE GRAND GLD R0OFI?!Q"
For Your Barng.
For Your Outbuilding *,.
For Your Poultry-liousios.
For Your Resicionco.
Made  in   three   permanent  rolori-
Gl'.AY, PAID, BROWN.    Contains
nc tar; will not melt.    Contains no
paper; will not rut.   Will notcatch J��
fire from sparks.    Any handy man (j-j
can apply it,   Send for samples an .   |
Booklet
0
a'-.'^l
T. J. Trapp & Co.
LIMITED
Hardu are, Etc.     Columbia Street
.
  i   :li     LU   i ennui-
Governor in Council bv Cei lUcates oi   '' ���" ;   Corlb ��� ��� ���    *'�� '������
Approval; dated the 14th Jay of Feb-}1*  to be co shall le before
iit.uy. 1902, and the 18th daj of May,jtne  ' tlon .of
i."ii'i. submitted its further undertak-
Jgr3KM*__
^^^^^^^^^^^Itli.   I :rom   |
Uie dai" hi .' il; ai i I tn dati  a   which
-��� ' ,'.:;; r or p     Ion  of the
: u thi r ui ag  and   work    |
;���;������,     ippi   red to       ������ c imn i need
Qxed ai  ;   ���   j i irs from the   date
hereof, or such further time   as   the
Lieutenant-Governor  In  Council   may
'm reafter approve.
Dated this 19th day or May. 1908.
FRED .). FULTON,
clerk of the Exi ? utivo Council.
in    the    Lb uti n int Governor   In
ncll ior apj roval, and    thai    the
: furthi ;��� undi 11 iking, as shown ��� 5
.   lot umenl : an 1 plan July filed in
nanci ol the said Act, has been
pi 1 '.���. .,    -1     at l  ������ same Is as toi-
I'he construction, equipment, opera-
* on, and malnti nance of   a    line or
111    ol  electric railway, tramways, or
eel railways,   wi*.h   all   necessary
��� 1,ne.. and overhead    and    other
tructlon    With all necessary side-
switches, and branches for
thc conveyance of pass ngers and
Ireighl from Borne point or points at
oi near LotB one (1) and tvfo 12),
��� ��� ��� Block four 1,11, in the City of
\e'.\ Westminster, to and throughout
��� -Heels 01  the City of Cbilnwack, ' FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains   (except
passing    through    the   mun o.paUtlea 1 Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,
' Surrey, Delta,    Langley,    Matsqui,   express    and    freight   connect    witb
When Orders
for Coal
;. bi nt us we lose no time ln
lining them. We are prepared
to take care of all orders
promptly ani correctly.
Our coal ;. not the cheapest
in the market in price, but you
will find it is cheapest In the
en i gives a 0 e heat and ls
free from slate and dirt.
C. P. R. Shops Working Full Time.
Winnipeg, July 7.���All the men In
tbe Canadian Pacific railway western   _.     ���     oat r* ���= 0��___r^_,(Vi
-hops  wen;   on   full   time yesterday, I *-** *-**���   "A I   I tKSUlN
The hours .. ��� now from 7 o'clock in
the morning until ..-.30 o'clock in the
evening, 9% hou . This the officials
hope will enable them to get the rolling s'ock ready for the heavy business which  is anticipated  this fall.
Boilermaker
PERSONAL   ATTENTION   TO
REPAIRS.
I Works      tit      EDMONDS      STATION.
P. O. Box 908.      Phone J 208.
Pennsylvania
! Blacksmiths
COAL
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon _ oute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON    and
c BEST   QUALITY
GILLEY   BROS. | "BANFF"  anthracite coal
MAYERS y PRESTON
tnu __.__k.___i    *it\*\_
      LIMITED
���Phone.   105.
P. O. Box  345
! OFFICE. FRONT STREET, HI OF SIXTH. -  ��� H KIKIB
.-..:,lis and Chilliwack, and tho Town-'
sites of Ahbotsford and Huntingdon,
���i a, throughout the District of New
Wi imms'ei and over and along any
ol tbe public roads In the said Muni-
lallties or  any  of  the Intervening
 i Is, or Buch oilier rights oi
. ;e.   where the public roads are not
i    ,i-   may   be acquired   by   the
i ���.,> r Company;   the erection,    com
1    ictlon, operation and maintenance
���.. thin   the  Bald   City    of  Chilliwack
���I ,d the Mini   Municipalities and  Dis
of Ni w  Westminster, ol electric
vorks,    power    houses,    gi nerating
nts, pole lines, overhea I and other
tructlon, and such   other    applies and e, nvenlences as are noces-
in and throughoul the said City
Chilliwack, the streets thereof, and
. and throughoul thi  sa a Munlolpall-
.uni the public roads thereof, and
n .ml throughout ami over the public
,, le of .my Municipalities that maj
hereafter be formed within the area
thereof, with public and private light-
Ing and heating and power for manu-
I,'Ctiring and Industrial purposes, and ;
In connection therewith; the construe-j
lion, operation and maintenance of all
n, ceBsary and required overhead |K>le i
nr.d   transmission   and   other   lines
necessary or  required  in  connection
with  the said  undertaking  Irom any
11 the power houses, sub-stations   or
t* ansmisslon lines of the Power Company throughoul the whole area, as Is
ia ivii.iM'fnr.* set forth.   Together with
ali snob rights, powers and privileges
as may be necessary    to   effectually
(frry out the terms ami conditions of
the several agreements made between
lhe  Corporations    of  Surrey,    Delta,
1 angley,  Matsqui, Sumas. nnd  Chilli'
'"���������li ami the Power Com: any. which
npreemenls   wre  tl'ily    rat li''I    an;!
confirmed by by-laws regularly passed
stages at Carcross and White Horse, 1
maintaining a through winter Jervice.
Foi  information *��pply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manage?
Vancouver. B. C
Sent On Approval
To Responsible People
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
RED GEM
GftelnK Pencil
Your Choice "f
$
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Two
Popular
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for only
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IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
Pod
paid
to any
addrtss
K, In-Mu ii.
Illu��tr��tiun�� are Exact &'��'��
Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. betid Gold-cut
011 right hand may be ����u
I in c-itlu-r our standard
black opaque pattern, ��r
Neiil.Kaiaiil.il' Tranapai-
,-nt. aa dealred, ��Ulier   "
I plain er engraved Bntm.
I it. prelerreu,
You mny try l'il> I'"' �� '****.���
I HVr���iil,.li,.illliail����ir.inr"'l"1.
, l���.|l..r   ��,lii'le tl,��li !"�� '��'"'
��� cure (.t iiM'i"'. ���""�������� "V "'""'
mna iu ��ny otlut matoi "'''.'
���ntlrnlr uUifnotory '"'"'o.' .
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Ci-t on IHT la otir fi.il"'" ""
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I  tini ,',.���� i.".i-"        ,���
���nrrwhar;  for M '        ;.���.
WBiil.'I    Write pt t."".        ,.
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Laughlin Mfg. C��-
225     Majealit-' Oldfl-
D.trcrt, "kb
**************���****< ..-*���****** ,U,,MMtj
I Electric Railway Service \
*% _   .   -       !__________________! _^.__  . �� ~a X
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and war
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car Iv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
*
City Line: Cars leave tram ��>
office on the hour, twenty ruin- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- *
ter,  commencing  at 6:20 a.  m. T
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave *
at ten  minutes after the hour,
half past an.l fifty mtautes after
the hour,  commencing at  8:30
a. m.
B. C. Mills, Timber audi
I    Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deater* in AU Kmd* or
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doors,
��� Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
I Fish and Fruit Boxes,
j Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass..
FARMERS ATTENTION i
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
fOaSs-ff m*m*m**m
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
���1
Sunday Service   hail-nouriy between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
.   - __. ___.___���___.___. **%  - iti.iftXril'tf. **^*mx***
, +MAA AA -._���._���_.�� *m**AA.AAA ***** ^^
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL I-MOMMM-*
RESERVE       ���11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New toundland, und in London, England.
Nt.w York, Chicago and Spoka ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transact*.)..
Lettars of Credit Issued, available wltL correspondents In all Darts ot th*
World.
Sayings Bank Department. Depoelts received lu sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) adde.]
four times a year.
Total AaaeU over S1C8.000.000.1XV.
.<.".vY   WEBTttlNRTEH BRANCH Q   D. fi.R7MNEl.,  M*__u<<-(.
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THE DAILY XEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JULV (,
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
street., New  Westminster, B. C.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
LABEL>
WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1908.
THE  GOING AWAY.
The New Westminster Lacrosse
Team leaves Saturday for the East,
with the intention of bringing back
the much coveted piece of silverware
called the "Minto Cup." Every man
has earned his place on the team by
hard training through long years of
struggle, and the Shamrocks will have
to produce a mighty bunch to keep
the boys in Red and Blue from packing away in their trunk the world's
championship trophy. We are of
opinion that it would be good policy
to take with them a trainer who
knows every man's little physical failings md thus would be able quickly
to render assistance upon the field in
each individual case. A stranger seen red for this purpose may or may
nol fill the bill acceptably, and the
team cannot afford to take any
chances. It would be painful in the
extreme. If, for the saving o! the
small outlay necessary, the team
should go down to defeat. It. is un-
wii>o economy and we hope, even at
so short notice, the mistake will be
corrected. In any case we wish the
team, of wiiich every citizen is proud,
unbounded success, and hope thai If
any exhibition games are played on
the homeward journey, the chasing
on the cup will no; be Indented or
scratched. ��
���noting social movements entirely unconnected with judicial functions. It
would be hard to overestimate the
value of Sir \v liiam Palconbridge's
services to Toronto as Chairman for
several years of the Public Library
Board.
Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada,
who was already a Knight, has been
called to the Imperial Privy Council
This distinction will qualify him for
taking his position as the representa-
tve of Canada in the .Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, which is
the court of last resort for all colonial
cases, and of Great Brita'n on The
Hague tribunal, to wiiich he was designated a short time ago. The Dominion will share the distinction thus
conferred on hlm, and no Canadian
will question his fitness for the d's-
charge of whatever duties may devolve on him a3 a member of two of
the most distinguished tribunals
known  to history.���Globe, June "0.
and Mrs. J. H. Sharp. The interment
took place at the Oddfellows' cemetery.
Tiie funeral also took place .at the
I. O. O. F. Cemetery of Robert Bailey,
the three-year-old son of John Bailey,
of Pitt river, who lost his life in the
river on Monday from suffocation.
Rev. v.*. H. Barraclough conducted the
service. \V. K. Gilley represented
Gilley Pros., in whose employ the father of the child has been for some
time at their quarries.
The funeral took place yesterday of
Winifred Elvin Rushlon, a baby only
five days old. The interment was at
the Odd Fellows' cemetery, Rev. F.
A.  Magee officiating.
CHANGES  IN  BILL
PROVIDING   ANNUITIES
"Thirty feet to the gulf.'
FUNERALS.
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
CLOSURE OPERATIVE.
Ii is worth while calling attention
just now to a contemporary specimen
of the use of closure in the British
House of Commons. The second rea l-
ing of Mr. Lloyd George's "Old Age
Pensions" hill was carried by the
overwhelming majority of 417 to 29,
after a debate in the course of which
all who cared to speak had the most
ample opportunity to do so. The
practical unanimity of the membi rs
was shown bj the fact that Mr. Balfour, the Unionist leader , "walked
oui of tlie House without voting���a
course neither wise nor courageous,"
as The Spectator puis it. Tim Chancellor of the Exchequer then moved
that, the furl her time to be allowed lo
tho measure be divided up so as to
allot tive days to tiie committee stage,
out' to the consideration of the reporl
rom committee, and one for the thir
lading, Mr. Balfour demurred to
lis short allowance of time, and sev-
���al Liberal members protestei
igainst such au extension of "system-
itic closure." but Mr. Lloyd-George's
motion was carried by 306 to 102, a
'majority sufficiently large to prove
that in the opinion of the average
member the application of the closure
was loss of a grievance than the wasting of his time.
T'ne chief reason urged by the
Chancellor of the Exchequer was lack
of time. Part of Mr. Balfour's objection was that in 1902 the very much
opposed education bill was not closured on his motion till it had been
thirty-six days in committee. Obviously it is desirable to allow as much
inie for the careful consideration of
(fails as may be found practicable,
It when It becomes a question of
getting it or not getting it through
the House there is something to be
said in favor of requiring members to
bring their criticisms within a reasonable and previously designated interval of time. In all probability such
���i factitious limitation would Improve
the quality of the speaking by containing garrulous members to avoid
vain repetitions, superfluous Introductions, and a tendency to oratory. The
old-fashioned idea of committee discussion is tbe frank abandonment of
Bet speeches and the substitution of
efforts to Improve a bill, the principle
of which has been decisively affirmed
on Its second reading���Globe, July 22.
Tbe fur.1 ral obsequies of Mi is Sara1,
i Ann Simpson, late of the Lytton hotel,
'took place yesterday from the hotel.
Tliere was a    large    attendance    ol
; friends, an I Die flora] emblems si:   *
' ed  the  ' sti em in   which  the d ic a
: lady wis held,   Th ��� pal] bear irs
|Newton  R. Brown.  1).  C.  McLeod,   '.
K,  Drquhart, D. McFadden, sr.,       A.
ICampbell   and   R.   Sample.    Thi
I four   came    from    Glengarry c
; Ont.,  whence tlie decea led  ;..   ' d  in
ihe lat.' eighties to New \Y ������ tei
Mayor  K,-\ry  and   C.   A.   V.' i >h.  Mr.
land .Mrs. Clubb. and Mrs. Si 'tt, V m-
icouver,   Mrs.  i Capt.)   McDa i   ill,  and
Miss   Ida   Blackwood,   Victori i,   were
pn   i in at the i emetery. Re ..I.S  le
jderson conducted the servl        Those
sending  flowers  included    ladi 3   St,
'Andrews' Church, Mr  an i  Mrs, \. R.
Brown,   Mrs.   Craig  and   Miss 'Munro,
Mrs. Clubb, Miss Card  and  Miss A.r-
jmor,   Mrs.   K.   Eichoff,   Mi    and   Mrs.
; Danoou.   Mr.   and   Mrs.   J.   Freeman,
Mrs.   Franklin,   and   Miss  Gt   Hunter,
"A Friend," Mi*, and Mrs. James Gray.
'Miss li. E. Haggert, .Mrs. Hughes, Mayor nnd Mrs. Kaary, Mr. and Mrs.Mc-
K.iil !. n. Mr. and  Mrs. D, C. McLeo 1.
Mrs.   and   Miss   Murchle,   Mrs.   P.   A.
McDermot,  Mr. and Mrs. Savage. Mr.
and   Mrs. Tidy,   Rev.   A.   E.  aad   M:-
I Vert, Mr. and  Mrs. C. A. Welsh, Mr.
iand  Mrs.  Wood' iu,  Mis..  C. E, Ross,
Otawa, .July 7.���In the House of
Commons yesterday, on the motion
for the third reading of the bill to
authorize the issue of government annuities for old age, Ralph Smith
moved to recommit the bill for the
pui i ose of inserting clauses allowing
depositors In postofflce savings banks
to convert their deposits into annuities, ind to allow employees to arrange for the issuance of annuities to
their employees; also to purchase anna * I ��� f ir their members. These
cb :- - were accepted and the bill
p ,-s d.
Real Saving at Reid & Co's.
GREAT SALE. People Are Already Showing Their
Appreciation of the Genuine Bargains We Are
Offering in the Different Departments
What Thev A!! Sav
"I   didn't.   Know   we   could
ich g lod work in Wesl
minster."
These are the words of one
ot ' ir customers (a profes-
si Jn i. maul when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
Pl..\7tffi THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson I Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone  388
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Men's summer two-piece suits, natty
goods, tailored ; y ihe best makers.
Jl,.   suits  for    $10.50
$12.00  suits for    $8.40
Straw aud linen hats must    go    to
make room for other goods.
$2 50 bats for  $1.50
$2 0(1 hats for $1.35
���111 60 hats for   $1,00
Boys' suits,    in this department our
stock is far to heavy and we offer a
25 per cent, discount.
$ti 00 suits  for                     $4.50
.Negligee shirts for hot weather, in
soft, comfortable, perfect fitting make.
81.60 shirts for   $1.15
81.25 shirts for   95c
81.00 shirts for   75c
A  lot of odd collars, some slightly
soiled,     worth     lee     anil    *_..c.     Vou:'
choice,  live for   25c
Th,. best   25c   collar   made;    sale
VoM suits for                    $3.75
14.00 suits for                    $3.00
Tims win be *.\*:!1 spent iti looking
through  our neckwear and   tempting
bargains as offi rei
Pirn's Poplis *e, worth
Boys' knickers,    lu these goods we
have .i very large assortment.
81.00 pants for  75c
75c pan's ior  55c
i'n lerwear for 'not weather.
.V ve .-  11 ���:    stock of stylish up to
! Ii ' hour panl -.
.'���'.    ' .            $5.00
���   00,            $4.50
S5.00, for    $3.75
-. i 00,  for    $3.00
$2 50,  fi       $1.85
81.5 '.   for    $1.15
1 losiery and shins,   in this .j.-,. ti
menl v. e are showing one of the 8
-lock evei shown in N'ew VV.   - n
65c sox for  40c
50c sox for  35c
���       35c sox for  25c
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Do   not   miss   this   great   sale   of   well-bought
goods.      Everything    marked   in   plain   figures
:d& Company
SUCCESSOR  TO H. L. DeBECK
Are Your FeeUMortable Thesej
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Wei! Guarantee You
Foot Comfort 1 HOUSE OF quality j
*****9*wsF*��yt;
If  You  Give   Us  an  Opportunity   to  Shoe  You
Comfort Shoes for Men
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
HONORS   WELL BESTOWED.
There is no room for any objection
tf.o the latest list of honors conferred
���on distinguished Canadians by King
Edward VII. Two eminent, jurists
have received Knighthood: Chief Justice Falconbridge of the King's Bench
Division In Ontario, and Chief Justice Tascheroau of the Court of
King's Bench In Quebec. The former
has been a member Of the King's
Bench Division for twenty-one years,
and nas been Chief Justice of It for
eight; the latter has beeu on the Quebec Bench for just thirty years. Both
are men of culture as well as learning, and have long been active In pro-
;
Men's   Brown Canvas Oxfords with flexible
leather soles $1.25 and $1.50
Men's White Canvas Oxfords and Bals���the
kind that don't squeak $2.50 to $3.00
Men's Tan Oxfords���The "Warwick," "Invictus" and "Walk-Over" makes.
Per pair $4.50 to $5.00
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling Yoi2?
If so, come _nj have them examined. We make r.o charge
for testing you' /es. All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical    Parlors   in   T.   Gifford's
Jewelry   Store.
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White Canvas Shoes for Ladies
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There is none so cool and comfortable as  a White Canvas
Shoe for the extremely hot weather.
Ladies' White Canvas, Blucher Cut Oxfords.  Pair.. .$1.75
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords with canvas covered heels.
Pair $2.00 to $2.25
Misses' and Children's White Canvas Shoes.. ..75c to$1.50
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boct.
New Westminster
Special
For This 1 fonth Only
Latest Hose    i  All Shades
Regular ��Jc and 65c
July price 35c, 3 pair for $1.00
Fancy Neglige Shirts for this warm
weather
$1.00 Shirts   for  70c
$1.25 Shirts   for 90c
Take Note of Our Special Prices
for This Month
J. Eugene Brown & Co. j
Clothier and Haberdasher
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THE DAILY NEWS.
Page five.
the Cash Stores | T.  H .   S m i t h | The Cash Stores
THE   SEMLANNUAL   SALE
Interesting Store News
For This Week
From the hundreds of reduced items in the store we
have picked the undermentioned, as we believe, they
are perhaps tne best values we have yet shown, as
well as being seasonable merchandise, particularly in
demand at this season of the year.
Lustre for bathing suits at 30c per yard
\ Twelve pieces in the lot. colors black, navy, brown, green and
ivory. Forty inches wide, made of particularly good lustre, the
best fabric for bathing suits,  sells regularly at 50c per yard.
' Semi-Annual Sale Price, per yard 	
| N( )TE���We have braids for trimming' these at 15c and 25c per doz.
30c
Suggestions for Camping
To those who are going camping we extend a special invitation
to visit our store. We have many requisite items for the sea
side at marvel prices. For instance, cheap curtaining crettonnes,
blankets, comforters, etc., all at prices that speak for themselves.
Comforters 66x72, at each	
$1.50
Great millinery reductions.  $6.50 dress hats for $3.00
See millinery window for some of those pretty creations of milliner's  art,  many and varied designs.    Regular $6.50 values.    ti*o (\(\
Semi-Annual Sale Price  _________________._____________________��� V'***'* ""
Grand carnival of bargains in the wash goods dept.
If prices talk, then the following interesting items should appeal to you:
COc dress muslins for 25c
Forty pieces new muslins in checks, stripes, flowered effects; also
the large coin spot, in muslin  mull, cotton voile, .soiree, foulards. Ot**n
Regular 50c.   Semi-Annual Sale Price  *t*wOL*
30c checked ginghams for 15c
Thirteen pieces, black and white only, no two alike, highly mer-
, cerized and silk finished.   They are a marvel at the price.  Regular valves 30c yard.     Semi-Annual Sale Price per yard	
15c
15c prints and ginghams for 10c yard
| A special purchase of English prints and Scotch ginghams, 32-
1 inch wide, no dressing or tilling,  good value at 15c.   Semi-Annual Sale Price, per yard	
10c
$1.50 children's wash dresses at 75c
In light check and striped chambrays, percales, galateas and 7Sc
prints.    Regular $1.50 values.   Semi-Annual Sale Price  ��� *"
A special showing of lingerie waists at $1.00
This is a banner offering in waists, the regular price is $1.75 and
$2.00.   Nicely trimmed with val. lace, shadow work embroidery.    ��J^ QQ
Semi-Annual Sale Price     ^
$2.50 dressing sacques for $1.00
.lightly soiled, made of white Persian lawn; also some in colors,    jf f QQ
Ul sizes.   Regular values up to $2.50.   Semi-Annual Sale Price..    V ��* ��� vv
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TME   SEMI-ANNUAL   SALE
City News
Thr Dunsmuir has left for Comax
agiun in bring in another doom of
logs.
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. IT'S QUITE TRUE :
\   LEE'S MAMMOTH FURNITURE EMPORIUM
! IS THE
Ni  better guud. m_.de than th..- cle4
Slflavana "Brlllianw" cigar. ��;
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Guichod .Hotel meals 23c.
Miss Grace Lam., of San Francisco, I
is visiting her sister, Mrs. James A. i
Clark.
All kinds or annuals at Tidy's, the1
florist.    Phone 184. �����
The  Flyer  returned  last evening
to Pitt River, taking back the friends !
of the poor little boy, Robert Bailey, |
whose   death   from     suffocation   has |
been recorded.
Fresh dairy butter at. Howard &
Mulrhead's, 25c and 30c per pound, ** j
A   young  man   who    attempted  to
commit  suicide  by  taking  poison on
Friday evening, was released yesterday by the police magistrate on sus-
: pended sentence.
"Thirty feet to the gulf.''
Sergeant Lane, of tbe Dominion Department of Justice, has Inspected the
B, ('. penitentiary, and is well .-; i(
tic'l with the conduct of the institu-
| tion. He Is on his tour of the coast
pi n.il establishments,
We  have  a nice cotta je  on
large  lot,  with  frull  trees an i   -. i
jfruits  in   rear.    .Ninth   street,    ni
Que i���'.   avenue,  for short    time    at
|$1,500, .-���. terms. Abboti & Hyde,
238  Co umbia street.
Canadian Wheat FlaKi - 30c pei
package at Howard & Mulrhead's.
' !om pel ioi : are going on al Carver's bowling alley, From street, for
:a cup to be awarded for the besl average score for the inonth. On July 10,
ll and 13 there will be a tournament
for the besl average score in three
games (ten pins), five prizes being
u\\ arded.
First class cut carnations only 25c
a dozen at Davits & Son. Telephone
B208. **
The application of the Mianquam
Timber & Power Co., Ltd., for 10,000
I inches of water from the Manquam
river, Squamish district, came up be-
loi'i' the water commissioner, C. C,
Fisher, yesterday.   The application is
| for generating pow^r electrically'. The
commissioner adjourned the application till Friday for evidence of the
amounl  of water available.
Plans have just been completed for
a splendid camping and summer resort at Semiamo bay, between Blacki"
Spit  and  White  Rock.   Fine  bathing
beach, good boating, beautiful view of
open  straits.    Railway runs past property.    White, Shiles & Co. are plac-
' ing the resort on the market  in half
I acre lots fronting the sea.   Prices are
' low and terms easy. **
While proceeding home along
\ Eighth street yesterday evening, W.T.
Cooksley was violently thrown out of
his dog cart, sustaining severe inju-
! ries. The accident was caused by a
portion of the road sinking beneath
lhe horse's feet, the resultant shock
precipitating Mr. Cooksley to the
ground with considerable force. Mrs.
Cooksley, who accompanied her husband,  escaped injury.
| Largest Home Furnishing House j
I .   WEST OF WINNIPEG
���   Come Right in and Feel at Home
PLEASURE TO SHOW GOODS
WE MAKE  AWNINGS
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
��� Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73. ���
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eason
able
Paris Green
Arsenate of Lead
Hellebore
Quassia
Killemsop
Whale Oil Soap
Insect Powder
And Other Insecticides for
sale by
CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and Sends
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
\V, Norman Bole, K. C, i.s leaving
on July 2H for Kngland, where he will
spend a lengthy holiday.
Duplicate orders of the "Aire' cigar
proves  their growing popularity.     **
A meeting of the Westminster Publicity association has been called for
flve   o'clock   this   afternoon     at.     the
o : I of trade room, city hall.
A special meeting of the board ol
managers  of    the   Royal   Columb an
hospital  will  be belli  in >ard of
I rade room on Saturday afl  i nooi
Rain or shine yen will fin .    in I
Ii  an "011 Sport" hand  ���.    I   c
The  annual  Sunday  school
of   Sapperton  Methodist   phurch   ������
be held at Stanley Park on Thui
chartered  c irs  wlll  leave Sap-
in for Vancouvei's beauty spot ai
���   a. ra.
advance of the summer Is
ed by the fact thai arrangements
are a ready made for the meetine. of
the B. (' Football association at Vancouvi' on July 25, and the Vancouver
district league In this city on the second Monday in August.
At an ��� ������ ��� cutive meeting of the
Westmin-:.'! BaSeball club held yesterday evi .i ag, T. II. Barbaree was
elected team i .plain, the position having been unfilled throughout the season.*' Several matters of minor interest were discussed before it was decided to adjourn the meeting to Friday evening, when members are requested to assemble at Walker'., barber shop.
Challenges have men sent by the
Westminster Baseball club to the
Vancouver Y. M. C. A. and the Vancouver C. P. R. employees baseball
teams, games to be played in this city
daring tbe coming week. Both teams
have signified their intention of com-
(!ng over, but the days upon w*hich
thev will be here have not yet been
definitely settled.
A successful Ice cream festival and
strawberry social was held yesterday
afternoon and evening at Moody
square, tinder the auspices of the
West Hnd Methodist church, the receipts amounting to over $36. Games
and sports were indulged in by the
younger members of the congregation
until a late hour. Owing to the extreme heat of the day, the quantity
of ice cream provided proved insufficient for the needs of the crowd of
merrymakers, the supply running out
early in the evening.
i There will be a cricket practice tonight at 6 p. in., to prepare for the
game against Vancouver on Saturday.
The Flyer has brought down 200
yards of crushed rock for the boa-1 of
works.
Mrs. K. I.. Webber ami family left
yesterday for their summer resort at
Sunnyslde, where they will spend tlie
' ' ���>.*   tWO   Ilieili il-.
A promise of assistance to the historical exhibit at the  Provincial ex-
hi dtlon    has    been    receive I    from
.Thomas   F.   York, of   Upper  Sui
'who  bas  valuable   picture,  to lend
: The bandstand at Queen's park, on
j which the Kilties are to give two
band performances on Friday afl ii -
noon and evening, is now under construction and will be completed by
morrow evening.
The application of Edward Me
who  purchased-property on  Lulu    -
laud at. the recent sale, for a road to
be opened up to give  access  I i
lot,  has  been granted, and the  work
will   be  done  right   away.
Good progress is being made with
tlie clearance of the stumps and undergrowth on the cemetery reserve
between Sixtli aud Light streets,
about an acre being already cleared.
The work is proving an arduous one.
"A good place for an old cock to
roost in," said James Quin, the famous
eighteenth century actor, of the city
he chose for his last years. Purser
Hock, many years connected with the
Empress of China, has retired, and
has bought a farm on the Fraser,
' where he will take up his residence.
In view of the fact that the poi
j committee is to consider the proposal
to establish a chain gang here, it Is
interesting to note that North Van-
| couver, a city of about 3000 inhabitants, has just'established such an institution, the prisoners being allotted
to help the city employees clear and
grade streets.
An effort will be made to secure the
services of a band for the citizens
excursion to Victoria on July 30, when
the Princess May will leave the C. P.
R. wharf at a* quarter after seven
o'clock in the morning with six hundred passengers on board. Ticaecs
for the picnic have now been issued
and will be on sale today. As the
number of pasteboards is limited to
six hundred, early application should
be made to members ot the picnic
committee by Intending excursionists.
BE ALERT!
NON-TARIFF INSURANCE IS
THE POPULAR INSURANCE TODAY BECAUSE IT IS AS GOOD
AS THE BEST AND COSTS LESS
MONEY. I AM SAVING MONEY
FOR HUNDREDS OF CLIENTS IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND CAN
SAVE IT FOR YOU IF I AM NOT
DOING SO NOW. ENQUIRE FOR
RATES.
I. W. Hsath, late of Ottawa, in charge
of the Optica!  Department.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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'   THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1908
RUBBER STAMPS
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No more need of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
new get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN  LANADA
Mail  orders filled  same  day  as   received
A.   G_   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley  Makes Good  Rubber Stamps"
F. CRAKE
Postponed Sale of Lulu Island
Acreage and City Lots
The corporation of the City of New Westminster will offer _0i
at  PUBLIC AUCTION, in the Council Chamber, City Hall, at 2 p.m.
Saturday July llth, 1908.   Thirty-four (34) acre blocks    on
ISLAND,    Several with  DEEP WATER FRONTAGE on the N HITH
_RM of the PRASER RIVER, and all facing on good roads ���
allowances.   ALSO several residential bus in difterenl parts ol .v
\\\ strains! ir City.
Catalogues   Can    Be   Ql.ta.nect   at    the
City   Treasurer's   Office,    City     Hall.
BALLOON RACE WAS
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EXCITING ���������<���'���
WELCOME TO KILTIES
HERE FRIDAY _.T__N0__
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Ballater is a beautiful little town in
Several    Aeronauts    Have!the Highlands of   Scotland, on the
anks   of  tlj,e   River   Dee,   near   Bal-
Very Narrow Escape From moral   castie.    while at  Baiiater
awaiting the King's conveyances to
take them a pleasant drive of eighi
miles further into the Highlands to
Balmoral,   the   "Kilties"     \v re     the
Drowning.
Manufacturer  of
ineral  Waters, Etc.
Abated Water?,
Family trade  a specialty.
fel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.
English Wa'sChcnaker
Two   doors   from    Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watcnes trom $12.75 up
Gentlamen's   Siiver   Watch""    open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen'*:  Silver  Watcnes,   doubl*
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bernl
Watches, supplied   to   the   Welhnan
Arctic  Expedition.     Ml warranted.        B-.11
'        ..'.  Rings, Jeweiry. eic. etc. .42
Watch   repairing;    enarges   reason      387
:ihle- j. 20s
B 155
441
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H.   M'QUARRIF
CITY    TREASURER
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BRITISH   COLimiBHA    TLtPHONE    CO'PY,    Ltd.
SUPPLEMENTARY. JULY.
B437
436
Chicago,  July
Oci an   balloon
-The   Chicaj
race   ended  Sunday,
King's  guests,   and   were  enti rtained
in  right royal style at   the  Invercauld
when the last of the nine contestants   Arms    Tlu'. .-Kii,ies" were also given
came to earth al  West Shefford,Que-1 a   banquet   in   Balmoral  Castle  after
bec, S00 miles from the starting point. Ithe concert.   While en route to Bal-
This craft was the Fielding, owned by |moraJ ���' ��""  was call"d :"  Ai ���**lc**li-
the residence of Baroness Macdonald,
widow of the late Sir A.Macdonald.ex-
11   covered   approximately   one  bund-   premler  ,,,-  Canada.      Three   rousing
red miles more than its nearest com-   cheers were given by the "Kilties."
;   titor, and  is also  believed to have!    This great band which all cities are
balloon   now   turning  out   to   say   farewell   to
on  the   occasion  of   its  start   around
..'.  .!
Fielding, of San Antonio, Texas
one  bund
I ; in tl   the   prize   for   ibe
which remained in tlie air the longest.
.��� oontesl   was  marked  by several
the world on a four   ears' trip to ad-
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone  185.      Barn  "Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage    delivered    promptly    to
any  part of the city.
ight and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
S.S.   RAMONA
Boyd & Craig     Office,  Columbia St,
Peebles,  P    Residence,  Blackwood St.
Reid   W. T Residence,   Royal Ave.
Reid, W. T   Coltiner, Columbia St.
Asylum      Colony   Farm
Patterson, D. C   Residence, Edmcn.s
Grant. T. H    Residence,  Fourth  Ave.
Lord, Clifford    Residence,   Royal   Ave.
Williams. L    Office,   Sapperton
424    Williams,   L     Residence,   Sapperton
56    Dominion Trust Cc    Office, Columbia   St.
The following resolution was passed   A 423    MacKenzie, F, J   Residence. Royal Ave.
B 428    Watson, W    Residence, Royal Ave.
66    MacKenzie. F. J    Druggist, Columbia St
433    Welsh, C. A Grocer, Coiumbia St.
Notice re Water Rates
at  the  regular meeting of the
1 ouncil on June i, 190S:
City
"Tha*. the water rates to be pa I
. Mie rs   ie amended as follows:
"tl)     That  the   water  supplied     to
Chinese houses  and all other houses
'and   offices   in   connection   with   saw-
nillls or other industries be charged al
;:..   bom ehold  1 .   er rate,    that    all
sawmill  stables   be  charged    at    the
schedule   rate  per  horsi.    (2)    Thai
ihe  minimum  charge    to    househol:
meter services    ���   increased  to $1.*>7
per month, subjeel to the usual n   ati
'���li    Taut tlie minimum meter cha . ������
to  business meter    services    be
Dangers of Diarrhoea
This is the tini' ��� :' yi r when you may expeel a sudden ati
diarrhoea. Children are >] tllj su 0 leal this season. Protect
self by keeping In the bouse a bottle of
DWIGHT'S DIARRHOEA CURE.
It is most effectual In quieting cramps, allaying tli,- pain and  chee. 1
In- the too frequenl  motions of the bowels,
verttse  Canada,   will   be  brought    to
thrilling escapes from drowning. The   New Westminster al  a cost of $2000
Villa    le  Lieppe   dropped   into    Lake  and  will  give two grand concerts at
Michigan soon after the start, and for  Queen's   pari*   Friday   afternoon   and
an hour or more Colonel A. E. Muller i evening,   July   10.     Westminster   ex-
and George Schoeneck, its pilots.were  tends  an  invitation .to    ber    district.
,,    ,,,;,,. h-ip   calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
by*   pi  across the surface, finally arts-   friends  to  come    111  and    enjoj   im
ing with their craft to a heighl of sev- even'.
en thousand feet, from which they de-  -***
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings bei.veen
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLI
WACK,
LEE WILLARD PORTRAYED
DIFFICULT PERSONALITY
-  ende dto Benton Harbor, Mich.
A similar experience fell to lhe lot
ol  C.   H.  Perrigo and .1   I). Case, the
��� .. of the Illinois. While endeavoring to effect a landing near Lake Ontario their balloon fell Into the Hay
of Quinte. The aeronauts had donned
life-preservers and  managed  to keep
afloat until a yachl put off from Glennl6:'' ":   '","<"1      ' '   ' "~"'1    |,;
island  and rescued  them. Tbe  fate of
their balloon is not known here.
Although the attendance at the Opera bouse last night, when Lee Willard
lek-
.-11 and Mr. Hyde." was not all that
might have been desired, it is only
fair to
Mission and way ports, with pas
sengers and freight.
Leaves Brackman .v Ker
Xew Westminster,*^ Tuesdays
days and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves   Chilliwack  Wednesday,   Fri
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For  rates  and  particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
R. WHITMORF. Secretary.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
ci eased to $2.00, subject to the usual
rebata (li That ihe irrigation rate
by meter be Increased to 20 ci nts pi r
100 cubic feet. (.".1 That the meti 1
rent for one half I ich and three-
quarter inch meters be 25 cents per
month, nett."
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
wharf.; City Hall, June 4,~1988.
I* hurs-
At
Ryall's DrugStore
C
OOKSLEY'S
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POST CARDS
, Re  Subdivision  A of  the    northwest
was  be the small !      Quarter of Section 2, Township IC,
AUK   NOW   ON   SALE  AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE.
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
F.   MACKENZIE'S  DRUG   STORE,
The third serious accident took plac* j w"   lo say *���������"  the People who did
near Clinton. Out. The balloon Colum- |not attend t!,f' performance missed a
1 ia   could  not   be controlled  by  Cap-;g00(i  ,leal*
lain M. Peterson and C. H. Leichlel-      Dispirited as hi
ter,   and   they   were   dashed     against   audience.   Lee  Willard  portrayed   thej      -New Westminster District,
tree*,   and   dragged   through     barbed   ,lllal characters of Dr. Jekyll and -Mr. j    Whereas proof of the loss of certi-
wire  fences.      Both  men   were pain-' *���*'������*'������ '" a manner which was a reve- flcate of title number  7 .GO F,  issued
fully injured. lation to the audience in intense pres- ' in the name of Donald    Fraser,   has
The landing places of thc nine bal- jentation.    Tho  play  was gloomy,  not ; been filed in this office.
to say tragic, and the audience would j    -Notice is hereby given that I shall, | t^Bet^ "
Fielding, West Shefford. Quebec; ��ave ten more comfortable if there j at the expiration of one month from
America, Carsonville, Mich.; King Kd- 1ll;l<1 '"'en eveu the least suggestion , the date of the first publication here-
ward. Port Huron, Mich : Chicago, At- jof comedy contained in the physio- of, in a daily newspaper published in
wood, Ont.; United Stales, pinkerton, | logical study of which the play of "Dr. ; the City of N'ew Westminster, issue a
Station, Ont; Columbia, Clinton, Ont;   Jekyll  and  Mr,   Hyde"    is  made  up.'duplicate of the said certificate, unless
incinnati,    Covert.    Mich.:    Illinois, jTne very earnestness of the play was  in   the  meantime  valid  objection  be
llenn   Island.  Ont;   V.lle  de Lieppe,   s0 striking thai the audience was held   made to me in writing.
by  it  and at lines  during the evening i C. S.  KKITH,
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nion  Harbor,  Mich.
a perceptible shudder ran through the '
District Registrar of Titles.
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A 377
Front St. New Westminster
I TRAVFR^ AUCTIONEER and
J. IIY/WEIVJ VALUATOR . . .
FRASER VALLEY IS
LAND OF OPPORTUNITY
All   business   in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
various  parts  of  the  house  when  thei    Land   Registry,   Office,   .New   West- j    Auction  sale  every  Friday  morning
urbane and courteous Dr. Jekyll was J minster, B. C, June 29, 1908. ;on the Market square.
suddenly   transformed   into   the
A  well prepared issue, in magazine
shape, dealing with the Fraser valley
and Chllliwacl, In particular, together
with useful  Information    about   Vancouver and this city, has heen Issued
trom the offices of  K. .1.  Han &  Co,
A most valuable table to au agrlcul-
1 ;r,,i community is given in a monthly schedule, compiled by 1��.  E. MacKenzie, market  clerk, of the prices of
produce prevailing at the city market
in recent years.   The matter bas been
prepared with a view to provide read- !
eis with a mass of reliable informa- ���
tion.    As a notable example of tin' at- i
tractlveness of photographic Illustrations, and the power of modern typographical skill, the book deserves all
���commendation it can receive.    As the |
attention of homeseekers  and  Invest- 1
ora   has  been  drawn   in   recent   years !
to the possibilities of the lower valley j
the appearance of this publication is j
very   "welcome.     As   the   book    points .
out.  there Is a  market  right .at  hand,
and this city enjoys the distinction of ���
having   the   only   Successful   farmers'
market in the province.   Transporta- 1
tion here is also better than anywhere
��� Ire in British Columbia.   The munici- 1
palities are also  carefully  dealt   with, I
and t.he fuc! that th,- issue runs to 96
pages is a pice!  i f its variety.
murderer Hyde.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr, Hyde is essentially a one m.an play und Miss Clara
llnniner who took lhe pari of Alice
Leigh, in love with Dr. Jekyll. had
bul little tu do. compare I wilh lhe
'���ole of th" average heroin.'. Sidney
Diamond as Mr, Utter Son, Frederick
O'Malley who took the part of Rev.
Mr. Leigh, and Russell Harrison who
represented the detective, were all
equal to lhe demands which were
nii'ido  upon  their  histrionic  abilities,
BROTHERHOOD OF OWLS
  1
A SPECIAL MEETING
will be held in Fugles' hall on Thurs- j
day evening at  8 o'clock,   July    nth.
All members are requested to he pres-1
ent as matters of vital importance to I
the order will be discussed.
A. G. PETERS,     J. J. RANDOLPH.
Executive. Secretary. 1
Ihe Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese  Laser  Contractor!
New  Westminster branch  P. O.
lilox   B4n.
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As I am about to leave the city I am offering three residences and
a number of fine residential and business lots for sale, some of them
improved.
The large and beautiful residence
and grounds I now occupy, corner
Sixth and Agnes streets. Most suitable for professional or buisness man.
The residence and grounds corner
Sixth and Carnarvon street on frontage of 132 feet on Carnarvon street.
The residence corner Sixth and
Agnes streets. For terms and particulars apply to me at my residence, 53
Sixth street.
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ADVERTISEMENTS  IN
The
Daily
News
BRING  BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
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A. M. HERRING
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FOR SALE.....
Dry  Fir Wood  in 4 ft. lengths, which we^will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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The Season Has Arrived for You to ���
Preserve Strawberries i
They are in fine condition, and are to be I
had cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY ���
STORE than any other store in town. ���
Call  Us Up and  Give  Us   Your  Order *
TME
Public Supply Stores geo. adams
��� Prop.
Columbia   Street.       New   Westminster,  B. C.       Phone  92.
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:'' ..'   ��� ��� alt***-**.'      ��� .  *���>., -:.,.   . ,���>.... ..     ���*��������� ..,���.��. .. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN'.
~ wv   l        ��� |>      1 jand 6_-100 ($57.63) Dollars to provide
Fife DCbCntUrC Dy-LAW, f0r the repayment of the principal.
1908
(6) The  proceeds  of  the  said  de-
16,000.00, and to cause the same to he five hundred ($32,500) Dollars be ap- 'passing thereof, shall receive the as- '
paid  into  the   Treasury  of  the said   bropriated from the  general  revenue  sent of the electors of the said City
City    for    the    purposes    mentioned  of the City for the current year the  in the manner required by law.
bentures  shall be applied as follows | herein. Irate of taxation will be excessive, and |    Received the assent of the electors
��� and not otherwise, towards paying the j    (2) It shall be lawful for the Mayor  R is  expedient that such    excessive  on the day of 1908.
'tost of the passing of this    By-Law   t0 cliUSt. ,1My number 0f debentures to 'taxation  should  be  avoided,  and the      Reconsidered and  finally passed in
A By-Law to enable     e Counci  o      e ,and the issue an(J sa)e o�� the deben-   -)e maU(.   I1()t exceeding in the -whole !said  sum should    be  raised    on  the open Council the day of
I*
"n*",i,.r'iP.r'i,'.i,.l
| Wanted -:- Lost -> Found j
j ror Sale ���:��� fo Rent-:- Ik j
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Corporation  of the City  of    New.tures therein referred to and all ex-jthe sum of Six Thousand  ($6,000.00) I credit  of  the   Corporation,   and  that
Westminster to raise by a loan the j penses  in connection  with   the  said j dollars for such sums of    money as | debentures should be issued for that!
sum of Six Thousand Five Hundred
($6,500.00) Dollars for the erection
and equipment of a Fire Hall at
Queen's Park and for improvements and equipment for the Fire
Hall at Sapperton.
loan;   recouping the  treasury of  the j may ,le rehired, not less than  One amount,
said City such sums as have been this 'hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, or an :    AND, WHEREAS, for the payment!
year expended until the proceeds of equivalent expressed in pounds sterl-'of  interest on  the  debentures   pro-j
the sale of the said debentures have J lng of lQH raited Kingdom of Great i posed to be issued under this By-Law, '���
1908.
City Clerk.      .Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above Is a true
become available and towards the j Britain ami Ireland at a value of 4.866 J and for creating a sinking fund for the !c0Py o�� lhy proposed By-Law which
cost of the erection and equipment of > to the pound sterling; and all such . payment of the said debentures when ��� will be taken into consideration by
a Fire Hall at Queen's Park and im- j debenture, shall  be sealed  with the due, it will be necessary to raise by  the Municipal Council of the City of
for  Fire   Seal of ,.���. '������,.p0I.ation, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the Trea-
provements and equipment
WHEREAS, it is proposed to erect j Ha)J at Sapperton aforesaid.
and equip a Fire Hall at Queen's Park j    (?) Thlg By.Law   snall  take  effect
ic the said City and to improve undjon ^ lgt day of Augu8ti 1908> and
further equip the Fire Hall at Sapper- , may b(j t>..ed as the ���pire Debenture |,awfljll   a .
ton In the said City, entailing the ex- By.Law> 1908."
penditure of $6,500.00. .    (8) Thig By.Law> before the    final
AND WHEREAS, it appears that if'passing thereof, shall receive the as- i
special rate, in addition to all other Xew Westminster    one   month   from
rates, each year during the currency ;the    first    publication in the "Daily
surer thereof, or by such other per- j of the said  debentures,  the  sum of; News" newspaper, which first publi-
son or persons as may he thereunto j Nineteen  hundred,  thirteen  and    13-! cation took place on the 25th day of
100 ($1913.13)  Dollars; j June, 1908, and that a vote    of    the
(3) The  said  debentures  shall    be !    A.ND, WHEREAS, in order to raise 'e,ectors o�� the Clt* wiU be takea on
payable on ihe first day of July, 1958, Ithe said yearly sum of Nineteen hun- |the sald ProPosed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 1908, between the hours
..     , ,   . .      ,      ,at such place or places as the Coun-idred,   thirteen   and   13-100  ($1913.13)
.,,   .aid sum of $6,500.00    be appro-,|8ent of the electors of the said City L,, o�� th_ salfl c atlon may trom  Dolla_. aa , ^ rate on ^ of nine o'clock a. m. and live p. m.. at
.V...      i.'l,...;..., . .1 ���.,..._        a.-av����lli" TV. aa
priated from the general revenue of[in the manner required by law
the City for the current year the rate j    Received the assent of the electors
of taxation will be excessive, and it on lhli
is expedient that such excessive taxation should be avoided, and the said
sum should be raised on the credit of
the Corporation, and tnat debentures
should be issued for that amount.
day of
City  Clerk.
1908.
NOTICE.
that the above is a true
; Take notic
AND WHEREAS, tor the payment|copy o[ llu, proposed By-Law which
oi interest on the debentures pro-1^1, be taken lnt0 consideration by
posed to be issued under this By-Law, tne MU_._C-Pa. Council of the City of
an(1 for creating a sinking fund for the New Westminster one month from
payment of the said debentures when tne fl,.s! publication in the "Daily
due it will be necessary to raise by .\,.NS." newspaper, which first
special  rue, iu addition to all other  cation took place on the 25th day of j ������,,.���
time to time appoint with the appro- j dollar will be required to be levied on
val of the holders thereof, and .shall , the whole rateable property of the
have attached to them    coupons for (City of New Westminster;
Mayor 'thu IK1* I"""t of the interest at thlJ rate ' AND, WHEREAS, the whole rate-
' "' ��� of fiv ��� per centum per annum on the aDie property of tho said City, accord-
am uu thereof, which interest Bhall ing to the last revised assessment roll
' ��� payable half-yearly on the first day thereof, is Four millions, one hundred
of January and the first day of July ;an,i a��ty thousand, eight hundred and
in each and every year, and the said j eighty ($1,17,0,880) Dollars;
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayor.
(ii a   special   rate  on    the dollar
shall     e   levied   and     raised   in   each
pu-bl; .addition to all other rates, on  ,,.,;i; ..     ,..- = ..    ,
property of the City ; xlnety-nine   thousand
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount
jof the existing debenture debt of the
said City is One million, eighty-seven
thousand, one hundred ($1,087,100.00)
the  sum  of
five   hundred
the following places, namely. The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall. June 25, 1908.
\uJffeZf;
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria Su
WANTED���Room for gentleman iu
private house, without board. Address D. S., News office.
LOST. STOLEN OR STRAYED���A
liberal reward will be given for any
information that will lead to the arrest or conviction of the person or
persons who decoyed a white and
tan collie doy late Saturday night or
early Sunday morning from the
premises of H. H. MacKenzie, Sher-
brooke street, Sapperton.
WANTED���General servant. Apply 468
Royal avenue.
'       .:;;':.:;:!;1: ^TuTof Tu  '""*'  r^^Vr.f   U,e  rf'611110 ^ ^ int6re8t UP��n the  CWM00) Dollars proposed to he ral
oi   the  said (it_.nti,i__,    ine  sum  oi , electors of the City will be taken on   debentures   and    to  create  a  sinking- ! ,
. Lndred, elghty-two ami 63-100  .,.. Baid      , , By.Law ou the 27th Lnd ,,._ ^ ;,;|. ������.���,���,. .....    **  �� J ��*" ����     '^^STX
_,..,,��� I ,, ��� 11(, ,.u . , ���     ,    . ...       .     j ti i '"- J* Ml Hi '.    l)\ -l__il\\ ,    XJUc.       Lilt*       iJleir"
($382.63)   Dollars                                    | day of July, 1908, between the hours thereof when due, subject to any Act! ke|   Debenture    Bv Law   1908" the
AND WHEREAS, in order to rais    of nin,; ������, ,.���,.   , ln. and flve D. ra��� at or enactment  respecting the same.                                    '   ,        2"
-,a  w.'r- _m,. nf Thmo nnni   ' ���     .  ���,     ���          i                   i        n.u -                                             ** m       ,  Fire   Debenture By-Law,  100., and
aid yearlj sum ot mree Hund-    ,,.  [0liowlng    piaceS) namely:     rhe (5) Sub ect as aforesaid, there shall thp ..,,���,������  ,,,.,,���������,    r.ew���rD Rv
i'i,!,���    >,,,    ,.. ,i  it"  inn   i ,            ,     .         .,  ,,,       ,        ,-,,  I    t. iu.           i .                                                               ine    rtiiiiic   schools     Deiientiiie B>-
red,  Mghtj two and bi-iuo  io- ���-.-.'   ciouncil Chamber, Civic Building; the be raised annually by special rate as   ,        .,,..   .......                 . ,'
Dollars, an equal special rate on  the  Fire  HaUi sapperton;  and the Light j aforesaid, during the currency of the '    ""'
dollar will be required to be levied >,.   -,,,���,,,���   Tenth
the whi eabli   property   of the | w_ A DUNCAN, City Clerk. J dred (?3kw)"dollara forthT--���""--'    N0W' '        ;' TORB' the MunlcIpal
riUMt voi/iif
MJIllML YOl/'Kl
ITS HOKBRtJIHl
JTtCl���MMU i
City Hall, June ^,. 19 18,
rateable  property   of  the
i   j of N>"a  VS'estminster.
ANli  V. HEREAS,   the   whole   ;
a de propi rtj   of    the said City,  ac-
rding to the last   revised    assess
ment roll thereof, is Four million,one
hundred     and     flfty   thousand,   eight: LftW     1908
,cipal or interest is in arrears.
Market Debenture By-
and    ei.
($4,150,8	
hundred
Dollars;
AND WHEREAS, the total amount
of the existing debenture debt of the
said City is one million, eighty-seven
thousand, one hundred ($1,087,100.00)
Dollars, irrespective ol the sum of |
One hundred  and   twenty-live   thou
ami,  flve  hundred   ($125,500.    Dol- |
lars, proposed to be raised undei  I
"Waterworks     Debenture     By-Law,!
lie payment
of interest thereon, and the sum of
Fifty-three and 20-100 ($53.20) dol-
lars to provide tor the repayment of
the princi] al.
(0i The proceeds of the sale of tin*
aid ; en res shall b ��� applied as
ows and not otherwise, towards
paying the cost of the passing of this ;
A By-law to enable the Council of the By-Law and the issue and sale of the |
Corporation of the City of New debentures therein referred to; re-
Westminster to raise by loan the couping the treasury of the City such :
sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00) sums as have been this year expended
Dollars for extension to Market on the works herein mentioned or may
Building.     > ie so expended until the proceeds of i
the sale of the said debenture., have
ecome available, and in  paying the
amount to become due for the comple
Council of the Corporation of the City
of NewWestminster enacts as follows;
111 It shall he lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person ot persons, body
w
ID
or bodies corporate, wh��� may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of tiie debentures hereinafter    men-
FILL
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBUNG
and   HEATING
Front Streel    Trust Blocl"
WANTED���Young girl to look after
two children. Apply, mornings, Mrs.
Dr. Jones.
WANTED���Young boy or girl to look
after office. Apply E. K., .News
office.
TO LET���Comfortable bedroom; electric light; moderate rent; two
minutes from car line. Apply Fourteenth street, above Eighth avenue.
LOST���Between post office and Crescent, lady's gold watch, closed face,
attached to blue ribbon with gold
'safety pin. "Edna, Feb. 0, 1904,"
engraved inside. Finder please return to J. W. Harvey, The Glen, and
receive reward.
TO LET���First class rooms with   or
without board. Apply Guichon hotel.
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expended oui of
1908,"  the 'Street   Improvement   De-  the general revenue of the City   tor  lJon o�� ,,,., s..(, extension t0 the said
benture   By-Law,  1908,"  the  "Markei   the const rue* ion 0f an extension    to  Mar^et Building
Debenture  By-Law,   1908,"    and    the' the Market Building, and it is expedi-
"Publio   Schools   Debenture   By-Law,!enl  thai certain additional sums    be
1908," of which none of the principal expended in like manner,   amounting
aud interest is in  arrears. In  all,  w:lh  the  sums already  so ex-
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal [pended, to the sum of Six Thousand
Council of the Corporation of the City   ���.*''' I  Dollars.
ol New  Westminster    enacts as foi- ,    AND. WHEREAS it appears thai if
lows; 'iii'     said     sum     of    Six     Thousand
(1) It shall,be lawful for the Mayor ($6,000.00)   Dollars   be   appropriated
oi. the said City to raise by way of from the general revenue o." ihe City
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the tirsi day of August, 190S, and
mny be cited as the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) Tliis  By-Law,   before   the   final
passing thereof, shall receive the as
sent of the electors of the said City j
in the manner required by law.
,not exceeding in the whole the sum of
! Thirty-two thousand, five hundred
($32,500) Dollars, and to cause the
same to be paid into the Treasury of
the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
(2) It shall bo lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
hundred ($32,500) Dollars, for such
sums of money as may be required,
not less than One hundred ($100.00)
Dollars each, or an equivalent expressed In pounds sterling of the Unl-
. ; ted Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.S06 to the pound
sterling: aud all such debentures shall
be sealed with the Seal of the Corpo-
loan from any person or persons, body
o; odies corporate, who may be willing io advance the same on the credit
for the currenl year the rate of taxation  will be excessive, and it  is   ex- i     n Cou!u,u .,^
pedient that such excessive taxation
Received the assent of the electors
. ���s ! ration, signed by the Mayor and coun
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
QUEBEC   TERCENTENARY
CELEBRATION
Via  C.  P.  R.
Tickets on sale July 14, 15, and 16.
single fare double journey.
$70.7u for Quebec Tercentenary
celebration, good to return till August
6 th.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass.  Agt.   Vancouver.
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.
W E S T MI N STER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
on the
day of
Reconsidered and  finally  passed In
day of
of the debentures hereinafter men- ;should be avoided, and the said sum
tioned, any sum or sums of money, I should be raised on the credit of the
not exceeding In the whole the sum of Corporation,    and    that    debentures
1908.
City  Clerk.
Mayor.
$6,500.00, und to cause the same to be
paid into the Treasury of the said
City for the purposes mentioned
herein.
(2) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of $6,500.00 for such sums of
money as may be  required, not less
should be issued for that amount.
AND, WHEREAS for the payment
ot interest on the debentures prooosed
to be issued under this By-law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the
payment of the said debentures when
due, il will be necessary to raise by
special rate, in addition to all other
rates, each year during the currency
than $100 each or an equivalent ex- jof the said debentures, the sum of
biessed in pounds sterling of the Uni- |Three Hundred and Fifty-three and
ted Kingdom of Great Britain and ire- 120-100 ($353.20) Dollars.
land, at a value of 4.866 to the pound J AND. WHEREAS in order to raise
iterllng; and all such debentures shall Ithe said yearly sum of Three Hundred
bi sealed with the seal of the Corpo- jand Fifty-three and 20-100 ($363.20)
'-���Hum, signed by the Mayor and coun- Dollars an equal special rale on the
tersigned by the Treasurer thereof, I dollar will lie required to be levied ou
or by such other person or persons as the whole rateable property of the
may be thereunto lawfully authorized. |City of New  Westminster.
(3) The said debentures  -shall    bei    AND, WHEREAS the whole    rate-
payable on the first day of July, 1958,  able  property  of the said City,    ao-
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which ���
will lie taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
.lune. 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 1908, between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m., at
the following places, namely. The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth   street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Cl .   Hall. June 25, 190S.
ii such place or places as the Coun
cil of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and shall
have attached to them coupons for the
Cording tO the last revised assessment [
roll thereof, is Four Million One Hun-
dred  and Fifty Thousand, eight  lum-
dred and eighty ($4,150,880) Dollars,
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount
Waterworks Debenture
By-Law, 1908
tersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or
I by  such other person or persons as
: may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
I    (3) The said debentures  shall    be
j payable on the first day of July, 1958,
! at such place or places as the Council
I of the said Corporation may from time
1 to time appoint, with the approval of
i the holders thereof, and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest at the rate of five
per centum per annum on the amount
thereof, which interest shall be payable half-yearly on the first day of
January and the first day of July, in
each and every year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayor.
(4) _V special rate on the dollar
shall be levied aud raised each year, |
In addition to all other rates, on all
the rateable property of the City, sufficient to pay the interest upon the JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS.
debentures and io create a sinking L^ HAMM0ND. Other offices
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act on the line to Mission City will   be
or  enactment respecting the  same.     j0pened shortly.   Notice will be given
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
We have just received
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever creased
the pond.
J. N. AITCMSON
Merchant Tai'or
Columbia St., NEW  WESTMINSTER
FARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
skilled and common Labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Facific Employment Agency. 500 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone 431. P.O.Box 883.
Notice
Telephone communication has been
established      with     WESTMINSTER
as
additional offices are opened.
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd.
payment of interest at the rate of five jof the existing debenture debt of the
per centum per annum on the amount |said City is One million, eighty-seven
thereof, which interest shall be pay- j thousand, one hundred ($1,087,108)
aide half-yearly on the first day of |dollars, Irrespective of the sum of One
January and the first day of July in [hundred   and   twenty-six    thousand
each and every year, and the Bald ($126,000.00) dollars proposed t��
coupons shall be signed by the said r i _ed under the "Waterworks
Mayor. '     henture By-Law, 1908," the "Eire
A By-Law to enable the Council ofthe lot it
., _a-a ��      kl....   ' TWO
Corporation   of  the City
of   New
be i
De-1
De I
���public I
(4) A special  rate on    the    dollar .endure  By-Law,  190S,"    the
shall be levied and raised in each year Schools Debenture By-Law, 1908," and
in addition to all other rates on all the the   "Street   Improvement   Debenture
rateable property of the City, sufflci- By-Law, 1908," of whicli none of
said debentures the sum of One thou-   	
sand,   six  hundred   and     twenty-five
($1,025.00)   Dollars,  for  the payment
nterest thereon, and the sum of
hundred,  eighty-eight    and  13-
100  (I28S.13)   Dollars for the  repay-
Westminster to raise by  loan the lfc*   q.  .^  1)rincipal
sum  of  Thirty-two  thousand,  five |     ,^ Tlle proceeds of the sale of the
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars for the j said   debentures  shall  be   applied as
construction    of   a    Reservoir   at j'follows,   and   not  otherwise,   towards
,._.,__,       ,   ...���(i������ m_in_  Paying the cost of the passing of tills
Queen's Park and connecting mams  '        **�� _ *���
1 By-Law and the issue and sale of the
re-
Synopsis of Canadian . Homestead
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
the
ont to pay the Interest upon the debentures and to create a sinking fund
for the payment of the principal thereol when due, subject to any Act or enactment respecting the same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
principal or interest Is in arrears.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
of NewWestminster enacts as &''h>ws*
(1
of the said City to raise
WHEREAS, certain sums of numey : debentures  therein   referred   to
have this year been expended out of couping the treasury of the City such
the general revenue of the City on the , sums as have been this year expended
construction of a reservoir at Queen a  ou the said works, or may be so ex-
Park and connecting mains, and lt is  pended until the proceeds of the sale
expedient that certain additional Bums | of the said debentures have become
Il shall lie lawful for the Mayor j be expended  in completing the con- javallable; and paying the cost of the
s '"     '    ' Dy Way ofjstruction  of  tho said reservoir    and j completion of the said reservoir and
be raised annually by Bpecial rate as I loan from any person or ]
Hi-sons, body'connecting  mains,    amounting In all, : connecting mains.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4 c.
Antono a_n_ln| s sketch wid d..crlptlon m��
aulcltly ascertain oiif opinion fr��e whether *a
lu.ent.on [��� Pron��b,y,P'MVli��n_nn_-^_B_,.,_v3_
Momtarte-l. confidential..HANOBOOK <w P��tenU
tent fre* Oldeat Manor Jor>eovtUKMt��ttl.
Patent! taken through Munn * Co. recelv*
ntcial notire, without, charge, la th��
SckittWlc flm.r [can.
A handsomely Ulustrated weekly. Largest Mr-
mutton of ��ny ictentlflo Journal, ,'i'ermf for
Canada. 4.1.75 a ye*r. pontmie prepaid. Sold by
���UPWWeilerS- ���        u    ,
36.B��.*s..newYQrk
lat!ton,aC
MUNN (Cp��
Branch oaca, ��tt
K8UWa_l.lai.ton.]
shall  take effect
aforesaid, during the currency of the  or holies corporate, wh, may be wil -'with the sums  already  expend . I.  to |    (?) This By-Law
said  debentures    the sum  of    Three   ,ng to advance the same , , the c��d't   the sum of Thirty- wo thousand, live on the first day of August   1   ��.,**A
Hundred    and    Twenty-flve  ($825.00)   of  the debenture.  Hereinafter    men-  hundred   ($32,600    Dollars; may be cited as the       ate, works De-
���f monev not j    AND, WHEREAS, It appears that if  benture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This  By-Law,  before the final ,
i
Dollars for the  payment of    interest   tioned  anv sum or sums
thereon, and the sum of Ptfty-seven ' exceeding in  the whole the sum of the said sum of Thirty-two thousand,
tv       ADVERTISE       f4
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If YOU War. a Situation.
Any available Dominions lands within the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a family, or
any male over 1& years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader 1? required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the .land in
each  year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity of the land entered for, tho
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him ln the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice ln writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent.
COAL���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall bo collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister ot the Interior
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THE DAILY NEWS.  '*
WEDNESDAY, JULY 6
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PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET  SETS,
HAMMOCKS, ETC., ETC.
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Morey's
Columbia Street
RUEF LEAVES JAIL ON
RECORD BREAKING BAIL
San Francisco Grafter Allowed Liberty on Bond
Worth $1,560,000.
"cheap'
There's bo economy in buying
���alt. At present prices
WINDSOR SALT cosu no
more than imported salt ll it
pure and never cakes.
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Sun Francisco, July 7.��� Abraham I
Ruef was released from the county jail ���
tonight on bonds aggregating $1,560,- [
000, the largest amount ever given in !
a criminal case in ibis state. This I
sum is the aggregate ball upon seven- I
ty-eight indictments, returned by the ;
Oliver grand jury, charging Ruef with '
bribing tie former board of supervi- I
sors iu coniiection with the granting
Of franchises of public service cor-
j'porations and upon wilit'h he was j
���  taken into custody on _>l.ircl. 8, Jb0��, J
I Quality
l Always
Wins
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Ladd
ers
Nine monU)s of thai time he was kept   t
in custody by the prosecution as a sort IT
of "prisoner of state" in charge of an
elisor  appointed  by Judge Frank M. !�����
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And Remember, at
the Lowest Prices.
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Preserving   f
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��� Dunne,and a half dozen pi'Lvfilc guards
:*'at an expense of aho.it $1000 a month,'
but  since J.am..ry  10, when  the new i
��� administration went  inio office, Ruef
��� has   heen   languishing  in   the   county !
X jail. .
��� Twenty   sureties,   including    Ruel's
��� father and  sister and himself, signed
��� the bonds.   It developed today during
��� the examination of his sureties before
Y Superior   Judge   Frank   J.   Muraskey,
that  Ruef owned real  estate  in   this
city which he recently transferred to
his father and sister,  upon  which a
11 real   estate   expert,  on   the    witness
��� island,  placed  a value of    $1,095,556.
��� |Ruef's annual income from this property   was   $76,900.
His father and sister went his bonds
to the amount of $690,000, while other	
j sureties qualified for $S70,000. Of the!"
Matter,   Joseph   Hirsch  .and     Leopold I Judge  Muraskey, in  decided contrast
��� | Hirsch   signed five bonds  for  $20,000 J to the rnethc_|s and attitude of the de-
��� | each. Louis Friedman six bonds of partment from which the matter of
$20,000 each, and a surety company j bonds was transferred. Had these
deposited a certified check for $100,- bonds been presented to Judge Muras-
000, equivalent to $200,000 in bonds,  key or any other judge than the one
CA.WELSH
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
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ANDERSON!
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B   C.
1 Ruef's next trial has been set for July
115 ou oue of the indictments charging
'him with bribery in connection with
ithe granting of a trolley franchise to
��� 'the United Railways. Although he has
*; been in custody for sixteen months,
J ne has been  tried hut once, the jury
��� disagreeing after being out fortyfour
��� hours.
��� After leaving court Ruef went to the
��� home of his  parents to join them at
to whom under the law they were required to he presented, they would
have been approved not later than
June 10."
DAILY MAIL CAMPAIGS
FOR OLYMPIC GAMES FUNDS
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
dinner,   and   announced  that   later   he ...     ... .,.    ,      ,    ,
..,_,..�� London, July  t.���Tne efforts ot the
���would visit the county jail to bid farewell to the prisoners and thank them [Dally Mall directed towards raising a
for courtesies shown him; also lo re- j fund for the entertainment of the vis-
peat, to them assurances of his inten- jiting athletes who are to take part tn
tlon to look after their welfare in the , the Olympic games, have met with a
matter of better prison accommoda- j large measure of success, $37,500 hav-
tions. ling already  been subscribed,  includ-
*My time will lie occupied with the  ing a donation of $2500  from A. G.
Vanderbilt.   The government has undertaken to give a banquet to the of-
work of preparing my defense," remarked Ruef. *���] am glad to acknowledge   the   fairness   and   courtesy    of
flclal representatives of each foreign
_��� | group, to  which the ambassadors of
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.���'..��..��..��..li..i..i'..r^.iu,..,,jlJ^....-l��Mj_((
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ithe respective countries will also he
invited. .
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VANCOUVEfUiXTTLE  f-ATi
MAY BE Ctlf TO FOUR BITS
Vancouver, July 7.���C. P. R. officials
are reported to have finally decided
to place the Princess Victoria on the
Seattle run direct within the next
few days. She will be in direct opposition to the Iroquois and will probably leave at the same hour.
The Inland Navigation Co. is said to
have resolved that if they cannot
place a steamer under Canadian register for the run between Victoria and
Vancouver Immediately they wil] ctrt j
the rate between Vancouver and S*" '
at tie to fifty cents.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
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PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard BlocK, New Westminster.
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We have $23,000.00 placed
with us to loan on first mortgage
security on improved farm lands.
Rate, 8 per cent.    Three to five
years.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
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Special Underpricing of
Summer Goods
DARGAINS in many lines of mer chart-
dise which we find necessary to sell
quickly.    You profit by  these special
snaps.    Read this list today:
New juiwpw Wash Suits
The newest summer wash
Suits to hand; made of semi-
..leaelit'd Holland. Skirts are
m��d\_ exceptionally full and
are trimmed with two narrow and one wide fold
around bottom, the jumper
waist to match skirt is trimmed with blue folds around
collar and waist; skirts and
jumpers are sold separate or
together as desired.
Skirts .-   ...$5.00
Jumpers   $4.25
Ladies9 Long Silk Gloves
On sale, 95c per pair
Regular priced $1.25 Gloves, In navy, brown, grey, cream, white and
black with double finger trips and Dome fasteners; length, elbow or 20
inches; sizes 5% to Tt. inches; fifteen dozen in the lot. Your choice today,
each, per pair   95c
25c per pair
One lot of ladies' tan, grey, white and cream Taffeta (Moves; Bhorl
lengths only; all sizeB; odd lines, just to clear them out. Regular values
Hoc, 50c and 60.    All one price, per pair  25c
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New Summer Hats
$1.95 each
This underpricing of this season's hats has been going on for several
weeks. Hundreds of hats have been sold at half price and less and some
fifty hats are left in a lot which must be cleared out at once. Glance at
the many styles and you will readily believe that this is the greatest bargain we have ever given In the millinery department. Regular values ire
from $3.00 to $7.00.    All one price this  week, each   $1.95
A Special Price on
Good Hose
Ladies' fancy embroidered cashmere, lisle and silk plated hose; ou sale
today, per pair  95$
Dozens of assorted patterns to choose from and high class in eveiy respect; all colors an<_ black. Regular valvHf. *_Ha per pair. Special sal*
���price, per pair   N  ��� ���������.* 95c
Colored cashmere hose   I
Justin
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Navy,     green,     carding,    grey,
brown, pink atrd '^ream cashmere
Hose; sizes $ and 9V6, for ladies
only; medium weight and extra
even qualfty. Special value per
���pair   75e
Socks for the small children
We have so many lines of tiese
Socks that it is almost impossible
to enumerate them here. However,
among those most in dtmand are
the openwork lace, in tan, brown,
black and cream, as well as plain,
short and three-quarter socks in
either cotton or cashmere; all
sizes from four inches to seven
inches;   ->er pair   15c to 35c
Watson's cotton underwear
The name Watson on tot-
ton or wool Undergarments
is a guarantee that you are
buying the best We mention
this because so many lints
are sold on the recommend
that they are just as g<*>d
We just ask you to compare
puj*  valyes lti  t,lie  Watson's
with other makM, w.- _tS_6*w
Ihelf worth and y,.i' Will appreciate theRV' toOViy lines on
display thifj 'w-et-.k.
Lakes' toe ribbed cotton
rndentarmonts ..10c to 35c
Ladies' lisle undergarments, each  35c to 85c
Fine Balbriggan undervests
White and natural, each
50c to  $1.00
Ladles' Casamere Undervests; exceedingly light
summer wool or cashmere;
all sizes for ladies and
misses,
Children's .Nazereth Waists,
reinforced with shouldei
straps and waist bands of
light cotton tlrill with loose
tape buttons for fastening
undergarments; all sizes.
One price, each    35c
Ciirls' jersey and buttoned
sweaters
Clothe the girls in ono of lliese
garments and lei them enjoy their
outdoor life. No restraint ln one
of our Jerseys. We show them In
many shades of cardinal, green,
navy, brown, sky, with or without
fancy stripes. Specially priced for
holiday buying. Ask to see them.
All sizes from the smallest child
to the grown folk. Each 75c $1.00,
$1.25, $130 and  $1.75
Buster Brown suits for boys
$1.25 lo $2.50
The perfect knockabout dp*-- i< i
small boys, and then these wash
suits of ours are made of best English drills, crashes and ginghams.
There is nothing inferior or Imperfect in their makeup, Bvery
suit is neatly trimmed with braids
and buttons which won't come off;
all sizes for one year lo six yi ars.
Boys' blouses for holiday
wear
Made of materials which
yean of experience has
tnught us are most serviceable for boys' bard w< at.
There are linens, galati as,
drills and crashes, and thnn
they are nicely trimmed with
contracting materials for
sailor collars and cuffs; ties
of white duck are also attached tO most Hues; all
sizes for boys from one year
to seven years. Economically
priced ;is well. Each 85c
to $2.00
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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