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White, Shiles & Co.
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nEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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NUMBER 140,
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.  MONDAY MORNING, JUNK 22, 1908.
TEN  CE.MTS PER  WEEK.
STABBING AffRAY
MONfi circus m
Qne Is in Hospital Dangerously Wounded, Another
ftests Behind Bars.
KESEKYOIB AT PAKH IS
Bi. ill INTO SERVICE
Water Turned on  by    Aid. Shiles    in
Presence of Representative Citizens Saturday Afternoon.
TUG DAUNTLESS HITS    HINDUS MUST SHOW   ! supposed suspect is     [PAIRVIEWS Ail. BADL1
REIT Off TWIN ISLAND!    MONEY TO COME IN
ROAMING NEAH LANGLEY
BEATEN BY LOCALS
Rapidly   Fills With Water Check on Indians Will Be
and Sinks-Salvage Workj    Result of $200 Proviso in
Th'* Coquitlam   water  flowing  into
���'"��� new reservoir ai Q ma park on
Saturday for the first time showed In
tangible form that the city had taken
���[*I1C visit of .Norris & Howe's ciri
0I1 Saturday almost ended in a tragi
in the lily-    Joseph Grady lies in th.
jtoya) Columbian hospital with thn i"**'SS!""  of the  newly constructed
Wound8, and his assailant, Roberl  T. 'll"'"'* million gallon storage reservoir.
Long, is in custody, also with a I ' u    laj  was beautiful
sound on the scalp. Latlc condItloiia
jt was late when the employe
[U(. circus finished the work of load ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���m up the endless effects of the show, " :!'J0,I tuni out of citizens to witness
aud a number of the men were real Inauguration ol this extension to
ing on a pile of Jogs on th" C. P, N thi  i Ity'a wati r Bystem.
�����"* a,l,iu   '-;:;,)  a-m'  atter    tDelr The detain    uf construction    have
Ubors.   Among them was    Long,   , already been given, and It will suffice
to say it is 230 feet long and i:_u feet
Will Commence Today.
Order-in-Council.
so far as cli-
ciri'.ii  make  It, and
Bplte of other attractions there was
youth of 19, aud some altercation en
sued with Grady, another attendant,
wlin is an older man. As far as can
be li anied, Grady was the aggressor,
"Bones" Did It.
Officer Gill heard a cry for help, and
on reaching the spot he found Qradj
bleeding profusely from his wounds.
Long had disappeared, and it was nol on
until a hack had been called and the
wounded man was on his waj to Dr.
Drew's that he could give any account
of the attack. At first he refused to
Implicate his companion, but latei
. . the nick-name of his fellow employee h 'Hones." The Injured man
was coven d wiiii blood, and there
were two i nis below the shoulder, two
Inches apart, one of whicli would have
penetrated the lungs, if the
knit, which was used had imi glanced
on thi    boulder bone.   There wa
<m   the   bead   trom   which
flowing freely.
Arrested in Vancouver.
Th. doctor dresse I thi      >unds, and
. as taken to I hi   Royal Co-
ospital.    .Me.iuv. title    i an ���
had Joined  the  pony  section of    the
���. ������ he works, an I  . ne tor-
I train I Vancouver.   Tlie
ption ... the hi n wanted was at isuperintendent proposes to
nd   li.    was   am    ed
. ani ��� i\ er  police vi Ithoul
Chlel Mcintosh went, over, an
ai i used to  VVi stminstei
,.orning.
Us��d   Japanese  Weapon.
He bas a severe   wound   on    the
'���'���In. li lie says was given bin
with a  bei r bottle, the bi
ning of the fracas, and the police have
ta the i possession the   roken neck ol
��hai  was a bottle of good ale until
the circus visit.
When the accused was broughl In
thje wound was dressed by Dr. Jones.
Whal the nature of the charge maj ie
Will not he decided until the man
Grady is able to appear. According
te the condition of the injured man,
the charge alleged may be one of doing grievous bodily harm, ur wounding with intent to murder.
Admits His Guilt.
Long does not deny thai he used a
knlft, bul claims provocation. The
knife has not been found; it was apparent! j thrown away.
In the darkness of the early hours
of Saturday the tug Dauntless, owm-d
by Mayers & Preston, ol this city,
struck a reef off Twin Island, one of
the ..mailer islands in the Straits of
San Juan and rapidly filled with water.
The tug was towdng a boom ot logs
destined for a Vancouver firm, and I
Captain Merchant appears to have
.'..een nearer the shore tiinn he ex- ;
pected, arid before preventative Bteps
could be taken the boat stranded, and
touching at a falling tide, nothing could
be done.    The tug quickly filled with
Man Answering Description of Hazel-
mere   Murderer  Calls   at   Farm
House for Meals.
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Ottawa, June 20.���At tbe immigration department the explanation is
forthcoming that the order-in-council
regarding Asiatics applies solely to
Hindus. Canada has special arrangements with Japan, and the head-tax
Ion Chinese is held to be sufficient.
So far as the Hindus are concerned,
the department is determined that
these people, who are held to be un- '
^^^^^^^^__^^^^^^^^_ water, and this will represent tIn���
"ide at the bottom, and will he ordin- prlncipa] daraage. The ���. c. Salva.,,
arily filled u_ a depth of eleven feet, company, of Victoria, will take the
rhe cost was about $25,000. W. Stott, | salvage work on hand today. The
superintendent   of   waterworks,   has'
fitted for Canada, must show that
they are worth $1_0U before admission.
It is expected that the result will ibe
to put an effective stop on the influx
of Hindus.
been entirely responsible for the
work, and it was generally agreed that
he has added to the city's utilities not
y an extension, bul an ornament
to tne principal pleasure ground.
The Visitors.
Among those presenl were Mayor
'. '.���. Aid. Shiles (chairman of the
water committee), Aldermen Garrett,
Henley, Jardine and Johnston, \v. A.
Duncan (city clerk), P. Bowler (electrician),. Chief Watson, 11. L. DeBeck,
G. D. Brymner, F. J. Coulthard, J. R.
Grant, W. Howay, James Johnson, J.
Leamy, L. A. Lewis, J. Mahoney, j.
P. McMurphy, R. J. Payne and John
Pick.
Water Turned on.
.      .; .        .ii   the :"/i' .-i  of   the !
mayor, turned the water on, and the
fourteen Inch pipe from.the lake was
soon  dellvi   In i contents  to    the
���-.��� .! tank. !:' run continuously it.
would t iki forty-four and one-half
hours to fill tbe reservoir, but as the
run into
the new one only sixteen hours a day,
ag eight for the upper reservoir,
,1 iit will take n long time before the
water will reach tht level al wiiich ll
i- to i and al normal periods. The
outfall pipe has been protected with |
a mesh guard, to Iceep scum and other
matter from entering the main.
With regard to the fencing of the
reservoir, the members of the council
Informally dlscusse I the matter on
the site and referred Superintendent
Stott's designs t.i a committee consisting of Aldermen Shiles. Gray and
Henley tn report.
loss is shared between the owners and
an insurance company.
VICTORIA PYROMANIAC IS
PLACED UNDER ARKEST
PRESIDENT MURRAY SAYS
RULES ARE DISREGARDED
Insurance   Agent,   Accused   of   Firing
Building, Captured After Being
Shadowed for Some Time.
Special Meeting of the B. C. A. L. A.
Called to Discuss Alleged Violation of the Rules.
A special general meeting of the B.
C. A. L, A, will be held in Vancouver
tomorrow evening for the purposi of
I.
The latest of the many Hazelmere
murder suspects reported as being in
any given district is supposed to be at
the present time making his way towards .Mission from Langley, where
he was seen by a woman last Friday
afternoon. Some of the members of
the provincial police are following up
the clue. The man is said to answer
the circulated description of the murderer in a general way, but as every
suspect corralled to date did the
same, little hope is held out that th_
latest "lind" is the right man. The
first news of his presence near Langley filtered through on Friday evening when a woman who had given him
two meals  that day  notified some of
VisitotV'Vj, Score One Goal
Against Home Team in
Lacrosse Match.
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The old story   of*easy   victory   tor
fhe Royal City boys when Vancouver
lacrosse teams visit Queens park was
again   witnessed on  Saturday.    Fair-
I view,   last   year s  champions of    the
! Vancouver   city   intermediate   league,
essayed to try conclusions    with   the
Westminster intermediates, and went
home beaten at  all points, tiieir only
[score being more of an accident than
of design.
Starts Off Early.
Spring at once started the scoring
! from the face-off, and it was clear that
the home boys would have an ea^y
| thing. The only excuse offered was
her friends of the incident. According !that tlle senlor ��ame at Vancouver
to her Story, the man told her he had j h"d drawn off several of the Fairviews
been in the woods for over ten days. | from their places. With the hill In
Provincial Constable Wilkie came I their favor the suburbanites managed
���back to this city on Saturday after- |t0 make something of a show, the de-
noon for the first time since the mur- jfence bein* ljette'- than lhe attack'
der, having been on the hunt ever Mannering distinguished himself in
since the afternoon of June 9. It is i solll<' P^tty ���ns- and worked well
not vet known whether he will remain : witl- w* Warwick and Doughey Spring,
here or get back to Hazelmere and Munn was call��(J on t0 save' and then
vicinity.   Chief Spain is somewhere in | Westminster should have netted twice,
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Victoria, June 21,���C. B. Bratlon,
local agent of the Metropolitan Life
Insurance company, was arrested yesterday afternoon, charged with incendiarism. He was caught coining from
the Board of Trade Ihuilding basement,
from whicb flames were bursting. Ills
actions have been suspicious, and he
was shadowed fur some time before
discussing certain matters pertaining I Mas arrested. He is thought to be I
to lacrosse, chief of which will be the responsible for the 15 fires which
alleged violation by three of the four *��W broken out in the last two days,
clubs in the senior league of sectipns I one of    which    did    nearly    $50,000
damage.
Bratton was formerly in the em-
play of the United States Secret Service department, and bas been here
i wo years, i otuing from Salt Lake
City.
BIG CROWDS ATTENDED
CiRCU8 ON   SATURDAY
the country district.
BURNABY HA. METHODIST
FOREST flHES IN
KINDER MANY HOMELESS
Thousands of  Acres of Timber Land
Destroyed by Flames���Three Villages Razed to the Ground.
WESTMINSTER CMCKETERS
WIN GAME FROM BURRAHD.
Brockton
Burrard
bowling
N'ew Westminster won al
Poinl   yesterday     from     the
c'u . by ten runs,  Whiteley
exceptionally well.   The following
I tie score of the visitors: ,
���>��� H. Vidal, c Roberts, b Rhodes ,
'''��� Oddy, o J. It. Smith, b Hood . ��� ���
Detroit, Mich-. June 20.���Fires in
northern  Michigan  forests,   fanned  to
Ig'gantlc proportions by the gales of
the last   few  'lays,  have destroyed  at
'least three villages, rendered hundreds
homeless, swept  over thousands   ol
! acres of timber land, and caused duni-
at   hundreds of thOUB-
riie heavies! loss has
n   Presi-uo  1*18    and
although    l.ee-
i three and lour of rule six.    Notibes
calling attention  to the  meeting are
eing sent out by C. W. .Murray, president of the association, owing to the
��� absence of tbe secretary-treasurer! V.
.1. Lynch.
The rules which are being disregarded, according to Mr. Murray, read
as follows:
"Sec. 3. in all matches there shall
be a referee and a judge of play hav
charge of all games. The referee
lo have absolute control of game,
.; idge to assist him. Both officials
shall not be members of competing
clubs.
"Sec. 4. Should the clubs be una Ie
to agree upon a referee or referees,
the president of the association shall
appoint out of the number of official
referees. In case none of these can
act, the president shall then appoint
an outsider or outsiders in their stead,
but shall not appoint two who are connected with one    of   the    contesting
clubs."
The Westminster men who are being notified to attend the meeting are
F. J. Lynch, secretary-treasurer of tbe
association; A. W. Gray, lirst vice-
president, and C. A. Welsh, one of
the members of the council.
No instances of violation of the rule
are mentioned by President Murray In
���the notices sent out
New Edifice  Is Consecrated by President of Conference���Bulk of the
Debt Is Paid Off.
age est limited
amis of dollars.
been sustained
i* 'Cheboygan   counties,
Lnau, Charlevoix and Otsego counties
2 j have    ^^^^^
 . 5   village of Chasi
I Houghton, b Rhodes    (l   was destroyed to
I. Peers, 1, Rhodes   �� little town in ^%^'j^.
S. Cook; b Hood   ��  turned tonight.   '1 l*���**** *!"
^^ Berne   City,   has
Whiteley,  b Hood   	
Oddy, b  Hood  	
Howe, c Killlck, li Hood ��� ��� ���
Soudan   b Hood  	
1 ttowe, c Rhodes, b Hood . ��� ���
w- -Hay, c J. R. Smith, b Hood
,;   O. Smith, not out	
��� ��� Extras 	
. 6
.  1
Ut
.  4
Total
peer8 ..
Whiteley
ly
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Bowling Analysis.
O.      M.
    11        1
 11       6
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lt.
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,64
w.
New Russian Battleship.
St. Petersburg, June 20���The Flnnn-
'i:'1 commission of the council of the
empire tonight, passed the budget of
l1"' ministry of marine, amounting to
*42,_00,0Q0j inclusive of $.1,500,000 to
lftv down four battleships this >^r.
also suffered considerably.    The
in Presque county,
iday. and LeOrande, a
been
distance   of
tucky,   near    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
wiped out. ������.,..._
Fire    tonight   threatens the entire
south part of Cheboygan county.
The   lire    extends
twenty miles, and unless rain comes
ton
The  flames  were
by high wiuds.
ight the losses will be tremendous,
���   ti...���r_ai  were  driven  along today
PRESIDENT IS SAID TO
HAVE THREATENEH JAPAN
All other attractions in the city
paled into insignificance on Saturday '
when Norris & Howe's circus tool-
possession of Tipperary and delighted
oid and young with its presentment
of all the time honored attractions
that go to make up a travelling hippodrome and menagerie.
The acrobatic and other attractions
in the main tent were well up to the
established standard, a few new-
stunts being introduced by a family of
Japanese performers. Thc aerial work
of the Peerless Potters was rapid and
daring in the extreme. A number of
clowns in varied costumes provided
endless amusement for the little folks,
besides causing many of the older
ones to indulge in roars of laughter.
There was nothing unusual in the
equestrian  feats.
Owing to the late arrival of the
circus train, there was no parade, to
the great regret of a large number
ot citizens who consider this the best
part of the show. Up to this morning no cases of theft had been reported to the city police.
bad shooting being responsible in
j both cases. The first quarter ended
: with a single tally.
Scoring in the Second.
I    The second period saw most   of ; he
UllJHaj.i DEDICATED SUNHAlil-rnitli  putting  In   some  pretty   work.
  Wright and   Swanson   were penalized
: for a little difference, and the home
'man found himself twice later sent
to the fence. The Springs and Bert
Henry showed themselves goal getters, and five were added to the list
| during the period. McArthur played
a good defence for Fairview, and
Johnson got usy on the attack. The
home boys were superior at evi ry
point, and changed ends with a lead
of six.
Hard Working  Home.
The home defence, especially Peele
and Galbralth  were in fine trim during the lhird quarter.    Robertson In-
ind
East Burnaby Methodist church wa_
dedicated yesterday by Rev. John K
son, president of the conference.
There was a crowded congregation,
and tl.e president was assisted iu the
ceremony by Itevs. A. J. Brace, of
Victoria, to whose efforts the congregation owes its inception; \V. H.
Barraclough, P. A. Magee and ll. W.
Bromwlck, pastor of tha > .rch. Rev.
w. li. Barraclough explained the
financial needs of the new congregation, and no less tli an $:I17    was    re-
troduced several bouts of passing
led up to Swanson netting the only
occasion. Some of the home boys
played as if they meant to get a place
ceived towards the building fund. With on the twelve which is to door die
the collection In the evening, and the j in the east, and their checking and
social to he held tomorrow, it is hoped speed were closely watched from the
lhat $700 of the $1000 required will be | fence. In the last quarter E. War-
in hand. The choir of Queens avenue ! wiek scored from Henry's run, and al-
churcii assisted during the afternoon. J though Fairview got busy at the other
At the evening service Mr. Barra-|end, they failed with Peele and Mar-
dough preached to a large congrega- I shall. E. Warwick did not pass when
tion. Tomorrow at the social gather-ja goal was a sim. thing. Henry fixed
ing Rev. James Turner will take patt, 1 matters up soon after, and then W.
The arrangements for this social as- Warwick came into collision With
sure a pleasant time. ja Fairview stick, and retired with a
 ��� !bad cut on the head.    Swanson, who
from
Call-
Yaquis Return to War Path.
June  .11.���The  Yaqui
nan uv���  earnest aud Atneri-
and Mexican troops are pursuing
Mexico  City
war has begun in
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the Indians ns before the rei
peace
arrangements were
���nt futile
anged.
art
,i the town
Del
In a battle which occur
Buenft Vista, near    Canton,
ord   te. in the state of Chihuanna
rndians were k-led yesterday and
Ural wounded. The soldiers had one
man wounded.
San .lose, Cal., June 21.���In a speech
last night before the local branch of
the Asiatic Exclusion league, Congressman CO. A. Hays delivered what
he said was a personal messag
the president to the people of
forniu.
"Two or three days before the adjournment of congress," said Hays, "1
went to the president and asked hlm
how I should explain the absence of
exclusion legislation, which I told him
my constituents expected. He replied:
" 'I am still trying diplomacy, i am
sending to Japan the sharpest correspondence that any nation has ever received. But tell your constituents
that if I cannot get what 1 want by
diplomacy, 1 will get it by exclusion
legislation.'"
Tolstoi's Books Suppressed.
St. Petersburg, June 21.���The censorship department of the ministry of
the Interior has suppressed Count
hen Tolstoi's ilooks on Christianity,
patriotism and the history of materialism.
Perry's Next Polar Quest.
New York, June 21.���Commander
Robert BS, Pewy announced last night
that he hud raised all but $10,000 of
the 160,000 needed for his latest Polar
expedition ou which ho proposed to
embark on July 15th. He -said that
his vessel would soon be ready to
leave dry dock. He expects to raise
the remaining $10,000 by July.
HALIFAX  IS BEST PORT
FOR ATLANTIC SERVICE
The Halifax Chronicle has issued a!
booklet replete with maps and illustrations sei ting out the case for Halifax as the all-the-yenr-round Cana- j
dian i>ort for a fast Atlantic steamship j
line. Salient facts for the object lu j
question are put forth, aud there is a j
capital historical sketch of the growth |
of the Gateway City, from a naval and
commercial standpoint. T^e details
of trade are concisely set out, aud attention is drawn to the fact that it
was <>n the West Indian business that
by this time had returned from another rest at the fence, was the last to
score for the home team. Just before
time was called F. Painter, to the surprise of everybody, placed the ball
home and saved the visitors from a
pointless disaster.
Rail Birds.
Second quarter���Wright and Swanson, three minutes.
Third    quarter ��� Galbralth,    three
Swanson,    three    minute.;
three minutes.
quarter ��� Swanson,     five
Wright, ten minutes.
Summary.
First quarter���Westminster.
i minutes:
i Summer,
Fourth
i minutes;
Coals:
To Flflht "White Slave" Traffic.
Washington,   June     20.���President	
Roosevelt has issued a proclamation j t)llnSj with the|r heavy grades, ls the
declaring the adhesion of the United 8Ut,ject 0f an interesting article, and
States government to the Paris con- |j��� a matter 0f the most vital interest
the commercial supremacy of Halifax j
was   first   laid.     Developments   since  S,,,:,IS (% mlnute)'
the early colonial days are explained. I    Secon'' quarter -Westminster, C.
and perhaps the most important feature of the issue is the chart showing
the only safe fast mail and passenger
route between Canada and the United! ml��",tef)
Kingdom.   The need of an alternative
route for the Intercolonial railway to j
Moncton to avoid the Cobequid moun
Spring (4 minutes), G. Spring (7 minutes), C. Spring (8% minutes), Bert
Henry (11%  minutes), S. Spring  (13
Third quartei*^���Westminster, Swanson   (6 minutes).
Fourth quarter���Westminster, Warwick (V_ minute), Henry (3 minutes),
Swanson (12 minutes); Fairview. F.
Painter (4 minutes).
vention of May, 1904, tor the suppression of the    "White    Slave"    traffic
There are thirteen nations signatory j
to  the convention, and  three others
have declared their admission to it.
to the city, and to Canada generally
aa tho double-tracking of the I. C. R.
ls a national matter.
Pan-Angliclan Conference
  'London.  June  21.���The  Pan-Angli-
Wall of Watsr Doe. Damage. |c|an Confel.ence continues to com-
Salt Lake City, Utah, June 20.-A;mBnd lhe ,ntere��t 1)oth of ^ pt|M|c
special to the Tribune from Malad.. nJ 1)regg ))V ,u agtotllshlng 9UCCeBB.
ldnhfc. says that the Deep creek dam. ,��� aiWUlon t0 the largely attended
nine miles above that town, broke yes-jda���y Bectlonal meetlngs, for the
terday and a wall of water twenty feet fou_th n,gM ,n BUCCt_g8lon the vaBt
high swept down the valley, Inundat-1 A,bert ha��� wa8 occupl<K, ,Mt n|ght
ing several miles of farm lands and by an BIldlence of nearly i0000
doing damage estimated at ��50,000. , 9on8 The Bl8hop of Mlg80uri pre.
Considerable stock perished. ' 8|ded
Temperance In Cape Breton.
Glace Bay, N.S., June 21.���The Dominion Coal company will try to suppress the liquor traffic in the mining
towns of Cape Breton.
Vancouver at Spokane���
Vancouver 4
Spokane   0
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE 22
1908.
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Julian Hawthorne.
Julian Hawthorne, the well known writer and journalist, was born
In Boston, June 22, 1846, the son of the famous novelist, Nathaniel
Hawthorne. A large pan of his early life he spent in Europe, principally in Germany. He studied civil engineering and was for a time
employed in the New York department of docks. He grew weary
ofthe work, however, and In 1872 resigned his position and returned
to Dresden with his wife and child. Soon after he published his
lirst novel, "Bressart," which met with conosiderable success both in
Kngland and America. Duding the past fifteen or twenty years Mr.
Hawthorne has travelled much in various parts of the world as a
newspaper correspondent anrl between his travels he has held important positions on various metropolitan newspapers. Though this
has kept him very busy he has found time to write several successful  novels as well as many short stories.
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THE  HALL  0i:  FAME.
WE have received a new shipment of our three stock patterns - "ANJOU," "ARCADIA." and ^EDDO.'' If you are
using any of these patterns, it is a good
time to replace the broken pieces while
our stock is complete. We have some
splendid values in sets, and a good
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COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
ADAMS & DEANS   BUTCHER
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
"I.   ..-..-.a
POR SALE���Cheap, one oak lied room
suite with Ostermoor mattress and
Springs; also sideboard and extension table in use only a short time.
Apply quickly to Mrs. James Sharpc,
Leith  street,  near Westside school.
WANTED���-Experienced waitress. Apply- at once Lytton hotel.
LOST���Between Royal avenue and Columbia street east, gold necklace.
Finder will be rewarded on returning same to Mrs. Gaynors, 451 Agnes
street.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN���A
pointer bitch puppy. Answers to
the name of Missy. Anyone detaining her after this notice will be
prosecuted. Answers sent to Box 54,
city.
WANTED���Two laundresses at Royal
City Laundry.
FOR RENT���10-room furnished house,
modern;   good location.    Apply   <i-
Sixth street.
TO LET���Furnished room with use of
piano.   Apply 303 Columbia street.
WANTED���Nurse maid. Apply -Mrs.
Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
FOR BALE ��� Seven roomed house,
bath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage house;-
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars .apply tu owner, ii)2
Eighth street.
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
I .ST���On B. C. E. R. car or in city,
'adies' gold watch, set with diamonds. Kinder rewarded on returning same to Westminster Clothing store.
LOST���Brown leather case containing
telescopic lens. Finder please return to Dally News office and o'.itain
reward.
Caruso, the tenor, who ls ixeapollhu
by birth,  started in his teens to h*
coma  an  engineer  and joined a  sap- I
per.*' regiment In Italy.
Winston   Spencer   Churchill,   under
secretary for the colonies for fte Brit j
Ish government, hns beeu made a priV)
councilor in recognition of bis work.
Bertha Krupp, the heiress of the lat* i
great German Ironmaster, who was ro ;
eently married, has received a new title, ������Queen Krupp."   Iler income goes
on   increasing,   as   do   her  state   nnd
power.
John   D.   Rockefeller   has  bis   wl_;a I
i
made   by   Andre   Autard.    He   is   a
Frenchman  with  a  shop  in the  best
quarter of Paris nnd  has as patrons
many of the wealthy bald heads of the
world.
Among the Christian Scientists on
the stage are David Bispbam, Whitney
Mockredge, William Norris, II. Clay
Barnabee, Mary Ellen Lease, the lecturer, and Clara Louise Burnham, author and reader.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has conditionally
accepted  an  Invitation   from  Burling
ton, Vt, to attend the tercentenary celebration of Lake Champlain's disco*- !
ery in 1909 and to interest Canada ln I
the movement if possible.
Several millionaires have come from |
the ranks of telegraphists. The most
notable examples are Mr. Carnegie,
Who was first a messeneer at Pitts-1
burg and then an operator at S2-5 a
month, and Mr. Edison, who was a
telegrapher.
When Grant M. Curtis wanted to
leave bis place as a reporter ou a Quin
cy (111.i newspaper to start a chicken1
farm, bin father rebelled. Now Curtis
la the president of the American Potil
try association and one cf the best authorities on (ill matters pertaining to
that industry ln America.
General Luis Terrazas, whose wealth
is estimated in tho hundreds -jf mil-
lions, lately celebrated the seventy-fifth !
anniversary of his birth at bis home in |
Chihuahua.   Mexico,   Terrazas  ts  said
to be the largest Individual landowne; |
In the  world,  his  estates  in  western
Mexico covering irj.000,000 acres. ��� j
The Earl of Buchan was to the end
of his life, although eccentric, a great
social favorite and "a terrible old flirt."
On leaving a room he would tnko leave
Of the prettiest young  lnd.v  with   old |
fashioned courtesy and say, "Goodby j
my   dear;   and   pray   remember   tbat i
Margaret Countess  of  Buchan  Is  not \
Immortal."
.
COLUMBIA
Workmen work well
when they have first class bu'in-
lng materials, such as we furnish. They take pride in making
>a good job when they have the
materials with which to do it.
Try the experiment by placing
your next order for building materials here. It would pay you
oven if we charged more than
others. But we do not. In fact
our prices are often much lower.
STREET
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
���   Phone 101
PKone 101  ���
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SILVERWARE j
We have just opened up a swell line of SILVER GOODS : *
BAKE  DISHES BON   BON  DISHES       DESSERT   SETS ��
J     BERRY   DISHES' PICKLE  DISHES BERRY   SETS
��� CAKE  DISHES BUTTER   DISHES SPOON TRAYS
I     FERN   DISHES               TEA  SETS                       CAKE TRAYS
��� PRIZE CUPS CANDELABRA
��� SEE  OUR  WINDOW  DISPLAY. ���
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN Tl*�� -"���������������*:
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Fruit Ranches
Ten acres convenient to town- All slashed; no buildings; good
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road. All slashed;
two room house; small garden and chicken house and run; Bplendld
soil and good water.    Price $1200.    Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
****** ��� ������>. :   '**********m***j*******4*******
COAL
E. ectric Railway Service j
lnterurban    Line.
Car? for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(l.ast car lv. Vancouver 11:"_(..)
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty monies for both Sapperton and city limits over tne
City Line: Cars leave tram ��
office on the hour, tweaty mm- *
utes after and forty minutes af-
ter, commencing at 6: 'l') a. m.
Pennsylvania
j Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
a
Sapperton Line: Cars leave $
at ten minutes after the hour, ���
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 1
a. m. ���
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   106.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���* - NEW WESTMINSTER
THE KINGFISHER.
t?   citj line.
t
Sunday 8ervic��   hair-nouriy oe
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. *
WESTMINSTER Realty and Employment Agency, 266 Columbia street.
Furnish male and female help to
employers at short notice, and free
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922.
FARM HANDS, SAW .MILL HELP,
skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Facific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
He's a big, saucy bird.
His coat is of a grayish blue color.
Ho dwells from Labrador to Florida
ne measures from twelve to thirteen
Inches.
In front of each eye he has a sauoj
white spot.
His wings and short tall are minute
ly speckled.
Ills crest is rakish and extends tc
tho back of his*neck,
He Is more aloof than of yore b*
cause nearby streams are fished out.
He perches on a branch over a
Stream and waits for his unsuspecting
{ British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd I
U  ���
i
S.S.   RAMONA!
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
CANADIAN PACIFIL
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Remove An  Eyesore
WANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)   dinner to swim by.
In    English  subjects, classics       In catching a  fish
tolMce, mathematics,  rw-ix 4x7, city.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and TRANSLATORS
Male and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
he drops, dives,
nnd then there's a struggle. Iio returns to his bough with a fi��h iu hit
niouth.���St_. Louis R_tf.nb.i_*.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Phone 431. P.O.Box 885.
Crrn'odiiPH and  the Cur*.
One does not usually connect croco
dlles with a health resort���rather the
j reverse���but the creatures nre quite a
feature of the Indian bathing place of
Manghaplr. about nine miles from Karachi. This town Is a place of pilgrim-
COLUMBIA   and    McNEEuEY   STS., | *ge for P'ous Hindoos, but it ls chiefly
famous for the vnlue of its waters ln
tlie cure of the dread scourge of leprosy. The waters are hot, nnd more
than CO per cent of the sufferers who
bathe there annually, it Is said, are
cured. The crocodiles are rather noteworthy In that they live In the hot
water, apparently Buffering no Inconvenience from Its temperature or medicinal qualltles.-Wlde World Maga-
���cine.
t-waaoia  b��   the  Pranrw��rik.
U may not be generally known tha.
o  pennyworth of British consols car
be  purchased.   Consols   are  not   lik-
sharcs, which are invariably of a cer
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Lin-ited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee  &  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
own and operate their own sleeping I t*b�� deuomlnatlon-��l, ��6, ��10, and so
and i'.��l-v -; ts on alll their trains and I on���but can be divided up to any ox
Nothing gives a bright residence a
ureater setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn. And, yet! What is more
pleasing than a well kept greensward.
A little attention will reward you
with a Beau Brummet garden, instead
of one looking for all the world like
a dirty, tattered, listless Hobo.
When    you    purchase    your    lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
out and disgusted.    We have a large variety in stock, including the latest,
and easiest ball bearing mowers yet invented,  and  we  respectfully  solicit
your critical inspection.
We have garden tools and implements in stock calculated to satisfy
the most fastidious, and economical buyers. Also an extensive stock of Bee
supplies.
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
.Mission and way -Hurts, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman <��.   Ker    wharf,
New  Westminster,  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Loave3 Chilliwack Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R.  WHITMORF. Secretary.
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
'POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
j CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF-
i FICE.
Next   sailings   of   the    Empresses
June 26.
For other dates and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R Agent,
Westminster .
Transfer Co
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
HARDWARE,  ETC.
Limited
COLUMBIA  STREET
give
servi
i    . Irons  an  excellence  of
i.   . btainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent
1*4 Third S.U. cor Alder *o��tl����,d. Or.
or
it
ADVERTISE
���  .N ���
HE     DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
tent. It consequently happens thai
very small amounts of this lordly stocV
are bought to make up round sums, bul
no one can be registered at the Bank
of England as a holder unless he haa
acquired enough to bring him lu four
pence a year In dividends, nnd less
than ��1 will purchase a sufficient
amount for that purpose.-LenA*.
Saturday Review.
FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we>ill
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS   >
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
ite the southeast quarter ot*s_c:iun 11.
township _*, New Westminster district.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the above property wlll be issued to
James G. Smith on t'he fourth day oi
June, 190.., unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 2, IWR
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
whitt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
in fee.
January 9, 1886���Montague William
Tyrwhitt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of.
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEARSON.
Agent.
| Office 'Phone  185.      Darn  "Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Haulira
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
j Northern
I   Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, SL Paul
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  sale    to a"
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round  Trip
Rates  to  8outhe'n  California-
For full information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. *.-.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore. M0NDAY, JUNE 22, 1908.
Till*: DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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.
re ���
TH__ BOOMERANG.
The New Ties and Shirts Are Here
TIES 25c to $1.00 i SHiRTS .. 75c to $4.00
c 4 a %         TM E	
77^
ie
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the lar
INTERLS1 ADDED 4TIMES A YEAR
Put your money where it i. ,   ,,. .;.,,,. wh,.n *     .
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY
START NOW--DO^TDELAY     '
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.        f..   B     LYLE     ^
, Wardrobe Clothier
J
At
Ryall's Drug Store
yesterday the following conversation
ensued between a punster and
the proprietor:
"l want some consecrate.) lye," he _aid, a.s he slowly enteri | the
chemist's store.
"You mean concentrated lye ?" i ted thi proprietor, a* he sweetly
Bmiled u|Km the man.
"Well, maybe I do. It does nut-meg any difference, though, It's what
1 camphor, anyway.   What dues ii sulphur?"
"Twenty-five cents a can."
Then you can give ine a can '."'
���I have seldom cinnamon who thought himself as winy as you." said
the chemist, in a gingerly manner, feeling called upon to do a little
mnning himself.
"Well, that's not bad. either," laughed the customer, with a syruptlcious
smile.  "I ammonia a novice al thi  business, though.   I've soda good many
puns that other punsters were credited with.   However, I don't care a cop-
far  ns   I   am   concerned.    Wehave had a pleasanl time, and I shall
(    raway���'���'
But the chemist, had gone to   wall on another customer.
If you can't see de jok, get youi      ,    iiln with specs at RYALL'S and
uron't have anv trouble,
fllllS,
fradhig Cm
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mi??,i.r.,.'titers and Dealers in AH Kinds ot
*-'.ber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe.s.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION i.
i
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,  j
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster  |
Ma*. Service
itched by C. P. H. train at 7:15
a.m.;  close 0:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside   No.   1,   daily   e_,_~,,a  Sunday;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   except
Sunday.    Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
Dispatched  by B.  C. Electric raltwaj
Co., 6:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No.  l,  dallyexcept Sun
U< i ii ii man received 10 a m.
Vancouver,   No.   3,   and   Burnaby
��������������������� ', closi s .it ::: 10 p.m.; daily   ex-
*   Sunday.    Rettrrn mails received
at 6:30 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. K. first mail). Return mail received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquiuani,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton,   N'o.   2;   Millaid ���*���
Coquitlam, daily except Suniuy,   ...--
turn mail received at 10:30 p.m!
Dispatched by carrier 12-n0 noon;
Timberland, Strawberry Hill,   Tins- '
lays  i'rl Fridays.   Return   mails   received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down rivi r points via Vancouver,
excepi Sunbury.
Sunburry,     Mortda; s,    Wi dnes
and Fridays;  li aves  11  a m.
ijia : bed by carrier, t;*:; o, tar.
Easl   11 irnabj. d ill ���  ��� sccept Sun I i.
Return mails received a* 1:10 p. m.
I al e.    '���:��� turn    mad    at
5 p.m.
:;   latched by Q.N. Fj ier. ���! d   ni.:
To  s ���    hi   'i    ,   Inrs,    dally  exesm
S n ! iy.    Return mail 11 p. ra.
Dispatched by G.N.R nam. 8.4B a.m
iverdale,    Nicomekl,   E"un   .velN.
.: elmere,    Hall's    Pralrl ���,    Q i &< -
y   and   Seattle   (all   points
In   V, i bingl  n   and   soul. .    also    ill
ii   e   tern  Btates),    daily  ex-
i il   S  i.i iy.    [tetui ii  ni        ���       ������ ��� i
il    3.30   p.m.   Bonacord Wi dm a taj ���-
ind Saturdays,
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays
["ynehead, Wednesdays and Satur-
lays. Return mail received Mondiys
���ind Fridays.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim" Tables, etc., adSress
GEO. w. vAviX
Assistant i.en'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
WHEN  GOING EAST
<.SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
.fight Tra'ns Every Dav in thf Yeat
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OE FAME
THE     NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest   and best ideas;
tor   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
both   electricity   ami   gas;   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   irnin   in   the
rid.      The   equipment   consists   of j
vate   compartment   cars,   standard
tfi  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
���-I    reclining   thair  cars  (scats  free),
. a det      lay   cot :hes   and  bullet,  li
br*.rv  and   smoking  cars.
.*���   r  Time  Tables,  Folder",  oi   any
further information  call on  or writ<
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. WklC
���oe of th<- Hrnl Peculiar Wr.-ipnna **t
\V:ir   r.afr   linrlili-iL
Thu boomerang is an Instrument used
t-oth in war and in the chase by the
aborigines of Australia, lt is usually
about two feet In length, made of bard
wood bent into a curve resembling an
obtuse angle. Cat OU one side aud
rounded on tbe otlier. The method of
natng this curious weapon Is very pe-
collar. The thrower takes it in one
band, holding the bent Bide downwi rd,
and burls it forward as if to bit soma
objeel twenty or twenty live yards In
advance, Instead of continuing io go
directly forward In accordance with
the Newtonian law il slowlj ascends
;n the air, whirling round and round.
describing a boautifnl and geometrical
curved line iiii it reaches a considers
tde height, when It begins to retro
grade, finally sweeping over the bead
of (be projector, striking the object lot
whicb It was intended, which is always in the rear.
Au English officer bus tliis to say ol
the singular weapon; "The boomerang
Is one of the most curious weapons o:
war ever Invented, at least by a bar
Parous people, nor is it easy to comprehend by what law of projectiles it i*
made to take tbe singular direction!
that it frequently does,  l bine seen _
native throw one so as to make It ro ,
forly   or   flfty   yards  horizontally   ana
not   more   than   four   foet   from   tiie
ground.   It  wtnihl  then suddenly   dan
Into the air to the helghl  of flfty ci \
sixty yards, describe a very consider .
I able curve and Anally fall ;,t bis feet
In nil cases, no matter bow thrown
tho   boomerang   keeps   turning   wlrli
great rapidity, like us if on a pivot ;
making a loud, whining noise all th*
while.'*
MAKE  GOOD  FRIENDS.
i mVVK    _F
5 C" 2 bs-t*rT-.-.rtJ** ����vu��
a_KU.-_b___D_-S^^3^_K__Cn_i^_I.^_K-UKJA-m______i
IT IS TO THE AOVANII _E OP BVfBCl
HOUSEKEEPER IN CANADA TO USB
THE".	
nag. c " ^owdir.
t . arfuireil Lj-s.
,p*��- ini Baking Powder.
Giitett'l Crc��m Tartar.
Ro;. r'. Y.-.st Cake..
nttctt'l nammoth Blue.
/.;/'.- Baking Soda.
C.l'cU'- Washing CryjU.'..
WADE FOR OVER SO  YEARS.
(iSTAOUSH-D  ���:���__;
"   Wt   _"**�� t I   I    C?TT   COMPANY I
.�� %"'* ts5__.__.l__i I  I   limit.bI
TO l-O NTO. ONT.
I .
YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY
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The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor  Contractors
N'ew Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
���4
"Yi t< rday and Today" is the title
of a handsome and very artistic toldei
demon,' tra In and contrasting man',
garb in the different  decades dating
��� ,. to the i aily Briton,
The toldei is well worthy ot much
1 raise and quite in lei eping with the
modern Arm who have gotten it up,
FASHION-CRAFT.
The.* folder will reach you if you
���eleph< Di or ean gsl ii at any of the
FASHION-CRAFT Bhopa.
RIAL
OUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL	
RESERVE  ...   .
.  .|14,400,OCO.O��
111,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   In   London   England,
New  York. Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Oen-
eral Banking  Business Transact**!.
titers of Credit issued, available witl, correspondents in all Dart, of the
World.
��ev.���9. Bank Department.     Deposits received in sums of flind upward*
and interest allowed at 3 per cent,  POT annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total  Ateets over $188,000,000.00.
N'SW   WESTMINSTER BRANO rl.
U.  O    BRYMNKK.   .MnUa-K-r
���j
ADVERTISEMENTS IN
Ike
Daily
News
#BRING BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
���
Every One Should Have This In Mind
Because of  Future Benefits.
It is not worth while to pause to
consider whether men in olden
times placed n mercantile value on
friendships, Tho significance of Ihe
modern application needs no justification. Friendship pays. Acquaintance pay?. That is a wi.-e
young man who louks to it that his
acrpiaintsHcea are formed with a
view to future benefit to himself.
What does it profit any man to
know a lot of men who are only ordinary mortals with no capacity for
doing anything special nr anything
especially well���merely mi a
do ;*. day's work at whatever they
hiivc to do and who spend tl "ir
leisure time at the races, base all
games oi at the theater?
The men to know are those �� ho
have a serious purpose in life and
rho go on cheerfully toward the
go; !. developing tlaeir powers mean
while. At college a young man has
an excellen. opportunity for select*
ing among his classmates compan*
ions for a fl.tnre eareer, but if a boy
is denied thc advantage of a no c 8
course, with its discipline and associations, and is casl into the huge
swirl of the commercial world .'.ith-
out training he must make hia
friends and get his start I here. To
begin with, it requires no mercenary
foresight. No pleasant fellow need
be slighted because he probably cannot "he of use." but the important;,.
of spending little time with $p*$
fellows is apparent when one bas
his way to make by his own efforts
la the world. Courtesy is always
commendable, and courtesy ecst.
nolbing.   lt helps everywhere.
The value of a long list of friends
and acquaintances to a eommercUl
man is ni0a��t obvious, for by bis acquaintance, his popularity, he o\>
tiiins much valuable information
that helps when it comes to doing
business. Ami Ibe point is not to
overlook the opportunity to cultivate the friend-hm of those wliose
knowledge and wnrtv, have already
advanced them to high position, fo;
their example inspires to emulation;
thus association develops Ottt best
fowers, and their counsel and
Headship are worth something ethically and financially.���Los Angeles
Times.
Tit For Tat.
A victim of omnibus pickpockets
determined lo get even wilh ibem,
so he put into bis pocket a pocket;
book containing only <v slip of paper on which were written the
words:
"This time, you rasea;, ��� you've
lost the reward of vour labor!"
lie got into the same omnibus
and wailed, resolved to have the
first pickpocket that meddled with
him arrested. Twentv minutes passed and nothing happened, and, tired
of waiting, he got out, having as-
.tired himself that his pocketbook
w?s safe. He opened it, and is
place of his white piece of paper
was a blue one, which he unfoloei
���nd read as follows:
"W,hnt a sly joker yea w
Undon Tit-Bit*.
CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
Located aril,.. REAR
ni "Daily News" Block
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
ice re Water Rates
The Appetite.
"The appetite," said the physician,
"Is always a consideration of great Importance."
"Ten," answered the man who ls
painfully economical. "If yon have ���
poor one you worry about your health,
���nd tf you have a good one you worry
���boat the expense,"-- Washing ton Star.
ii following resolution wai pa sed
at the regular meeting oi ths City
Council oa .lune i, L90$:
��� Tim   the w*t�� r ra'.-s tn be paid by
������ dinners be amended as follows:
**il)     That   tlie   water  sapptitd     HO
Chinese nouses ana* all olher houses.
;:nil   office*   in   connection   with   saw-
[mills or other Industries be charged a;
lhe household meter rule, tha* ,a.i
lAwmill stable* ��be charged    at   the
schedule rate per horse. |2) Tii.it
.lie minimum cliarce   to   household
meter services W increased do $1.S7
,;or month, subject to the usual re.l>a:e.
��� .... That the minimum meter charge
to business meter services be in-
ci-'aseil to $2.00, sui.jeet to the usual
rebate, (tl That the irrigation rate
by meter be increased to 20 cents per
���lOO cubic feet. (5. That the meter
lent for one half inch and three-
quarter inch meters be 25 cents pet
month, nett."
\V. A. DCNCAN,
City C!erk.
City Hall, .lune 4, 19(*S.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
|      Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only ��!l rail route between all
points east, west and south *��*o Ross-
; land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
* N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with
' -Jtage <**\ily for Republic.
Buffet   service  on   trains   betwees
' Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November    to,
! Le��ve Day Train Arrivo
i 9.ao a.m Spokane ....?._$ p.aa.
ra.ss P-n> Rossland ....4.10 p.aa.
0.40 a.m Nelson 6.45 pm
H A  TACKRON
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A  Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
mm & co.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE /-GENTS FOS
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust BiccK
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PubUEhed by the Daily News Pui.-
Uahing Company, Limited, at then*
offices, corner of Sixth and From
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.   Paige. ..
.Managing   Director
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MONDAY, JUNE 22. 1908.
THE  LULU   ISLAND  BYLAW.
Today the ratepayers will exercise
their right of saying whether or noi
the .authority asked in the by-law by
the corporation to sell certain lands
on Lulu Island shall le granted. The
slim attendance at the meeting called
to discuss the matter points to a certain amount, of apathy on the part of
those most interested,���the real estate
taxpayers���and a very small vote may
result. We commend the judgment of
the council in accepting our suggestion, made months ago, of presenting
this by-law separate from the other
loan bylaws, so that there may be no
confusion and resultant errors tnere-
froni. One or two safeguards mighl
have been incorporated in the by-law
as suggested .by ratepayers, but the
absence of these should not prevent
its passage by the required three-
fifths vote necessary to a majority for
passing. 'We cannot afford to quibble
over small matters now, we must
look to the greater advantage of having this large area on the island
covered witli manufacturing concerns
employing a large number of men and
distributing a heavy pay roll regularly
to further augment the growing trade
of the city, so that we hope the ratepayers will arise to the occasion and
poll a large vote so that the work
may   ,e undertaken at once.
a reasonable space nf time, then the
House' would not be found sitting in
the hot midsummer days as it has
for some .vears past. It might be
good 'business to vote :i sum to enable
.Mr. Poster to Inflict Iiis eloquence upon the people in other climes, where
the temperature perchance is not so
enervating as ut Ottawa.
Failing this, tlie British Government might lie induced to employ him
on some of its p'unative expeditions,
where the deadly effect of his verbosity might clean out some of the
troublesome tribes wiih greater neatness and more despatch than by fore*
of arms. Such a course would be very
liable to murk a page in the history
of methods of warfare, although the
cruelty of using "Fosterine" would be
one of the incidents.
| li was the mistake of his life when
Sir Wilfrid Laurier provided a seat
for this man of words and many a
bereaved family will have an eternal
grudge against him for the douoaful
' exercise of this kindness of heart to
one of his opponents.
STAMPS
N.
morj n*:ejl of sending your
orders t0 "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN  LANADA
Mail   orders filicd   same  day
celved.
as  re-
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
HARRISON  RAPIDS.
Successive governments have promised again and again to clean out and
deepen sections of the channel between Harrison Lake and Harrison
River known as the rapids. The channel has no difficulties from swift
water, the waters are simply spread
out over a large area, which if deepened throughout the channel used by
steamboat men would be of sufficient
depth to allow the passage of. river
boats and tugs at all seasons of the
year iu perfect safety. An attempt
has been made by tin., dredge King
Edward to make the Improvements
so urgently nee.led. bin il bas only
succeeded in operating successfully i:i
the lighter sand and gravel at tlie foot
of the rapids. This dredge was buili
to lift .and silt, and is uot constructed
to lift rock and holders and so will
be unable to complete the work. A
vast amount of money has been expended in the const ruction of a mill
��� hint a! Harrison mills and the ini-
iense wealth of merchantable timber
a tin1 -.mies and adjacent to Harri-
���n Lake, so urgently needed to operate 'his plant, and lor which the
Dominion Government is receiving
rental an.l wiil collect. Btumpage,
points to an obligation of the Department, of Public Works to devise means
te finish tlie work so well begun.
Tin re are other interests awaiting the
deepening of this channel and the
making of it safe will see quite a
traffic through it, sufficient, we think,
to warrant the expenditure necessary.
We would urge upon the departmenl
the desirability of using the new
iii: per dredge now under construction
to fully deeiien tliis channel. It is the
only place, contiguous to tho Fraser
River, as tar as we are aware, needing
the services of a dipper dredge constructed to lift bo] lers and it would
be a ���.ood opportunity to thoroughly
-������I Its capabilities before being .(in
north ami any chan found nee n.
in the appliances could ;����� more easily
in i ie here, -11111 al ie *s cost, than in
the Skeena River, ii is unfortunate
'hat, the resident engineer is laid up
��� n account of an accident, but we
suggest thai tlie gentleman act ing In
iiis  stead  will  see tlie  advisa.'jillty  of
acting upon our suggestion and if
necessary get Instructions trom the
department to oomplete the work with
tin.' clipper dredge as soon as posslole,
Death of E. Z. Whyman.
Tlie death is announced of Edward
/-'.cbarah Whyman, aged 11,    an   old
, resident of this province, who passed
away on  Friday night last.    He  was
formerly employed in the gardens at
Windsor castle,  and while    in    New
Westminster was for some time care-
| taker of the city hall and library. His
family consists of a son employed at j
the B. C. E. R. shops and a daughter,;
-Mrs.   Oddy.    The    deceased    was    a 1
i charter member of the Rose of Columbia lodge,  S.  Q.  E.  B. S.,  having
I been continuously connected   with   it
���from the institution in May 1890.
The funeral will be conducted under
���the auspices of the lodge, the niem-
ibers of which will meet at their hall
at 1:30 p.m. today.    The cortege will
I leave the house, corner of Sixth street
and Fifth avenue, at two o'clock, proceeding to Holy    Trinity    cathedral, i
where the service will lie held.
Public Meeting
In accordance with a resolution of
council passed on the 15th inst., a
public meeting of the ratepayers will
be held in the Council Chamber, City
Hall, on Friday, the 19th inst, at 8
p.m., to discuss the "Lulu Island
Land Sale By-law," on which a vote
will he taken on tlie 22nd inst.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hail, June 13, 1908.
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i HOUSE OF QUALITY!
Synopsis
of  Canadian
Regulations.
liu'inestGaKi 1
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family trade a specialty,
rei. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.
We have just received
and you are invited to inspect1,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever creased
the pond.
Excessive Heat in Chicago.
Chicago, June 21.���Ten prostrations
land several deaths, in part due to the
heat, is the net result of yesterday's
heat wave in Chicago. On account of
j the high winds rrom the West, which
'reached a velocity of twelve miles an
hour at noon, the streets were filled
I with  clouds of dust.    The maximum! Merchant Tai. or
temperature was ss degrees. Columbia St., NEW   WFSTMINSTER
J. N. AITCHISON
Any available Dominions lands within the railway belt in British Colutn-
hiu, may be liomesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a family, !'
any male over 18 years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of 160
acres, more or les3.
Entry must be made personally al
the local land office for the distrlcl In
whicb the land is situate. Entrj bj
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, moth r,
son, daughter, brother or sister of au
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to jn r- |
form the conditions connected therewith    under    one    of the    following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of thu 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 entere.l for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied hy such person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own
ed by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
U]>on the said land.
Six months' notice in 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 2..60 acres shall be
leased to oue individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined,
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not lie pai.!
for.
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J. TRAVERS
Ali.TIOI-.EER and
VALUATOR . . .
All   business   in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction  sale  every  Friday  morninj
on the  Market  square.
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W_ HAVE THE FINEST RANGE OF SUMMER PANTS
Hewson's Tweed, the best on earth, made $��) ���,�� J
of all wool, home spun.   Price  ���$��_$* Jq J
Canadian Tweeds, light and dark patterns.    Price	
Cream Flannel, latest cut.
Price	
$2.75 l
$3.50 I
Come and  ��
Tney   Are
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P. S.-HATS TO MATCH
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Clothier and Haberdasher
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SAME AS RENT
$500 cash and monthly payments, same as rent,
will buy one of the best houses in thecity, just
built.     Every   modern   convenience.     Lot
66x132.   Planted in orchard,
park and city car line.
Close to the
i P. PEEBLES
REAL ESTATE
BROKER
FIRE  AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE  VALUATOR.
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FOR
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Hot
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COWIE
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GASOLENE
ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to ail others in  DUI     *
I LIAtiLITY,  ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
8er��d for new catalogue just is-sued, which fully illustrates I   .
.;; merits of the engines.
I The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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For a cool, comfortable summer footwear
there is nothing to take jjj
the place of a light, well ty
fitting  Canvas Shoe. 03
jj We have all the new styles in these summer shoes. H
FOSTERIAN ELOQUENCE.
The lengthy sessions at Ottawa,
caused by tho verbosity of George
Eulus Foster, is having such a deadly
effect upon the members of the House
of Commons that I>r. Chlsholm, M. P.
for .Cast Huron, a few days ago. dwelt
upon the physical dangers which attendance during the lengthy sessions
entail. The perils of parliamentary
life are appalling when one considers
thai  in tbe laat tw-o sessions fifteen
have fallen victims to the lack of sunlight In the chamber for elected representatives, added to the immense
strain of listening to the dry long
drawn out speeches of Mr. Borden's
chief lieutenant. Front benchers
should be asked either to shorten their
speeches or take a vacation so that
the actual and necessary business of
the country may lie transacted within
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Men's White Canvas, Goodyear welt O.xfords, guarantee,! not to squeak, a
pair $2.50
Men's Brown Canvas Boots,
a pair $1.50 to $2.00
Women's Blucher cut, large
eyelet, Canvas Oxfords,
new in to-day $1.75
Women's best American,
white, pink and blue Oxfords $2.50
Boys', Misses' and Children's Canvas Shoes from,
a pair 75c to $1.50
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them ex
amined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. AH work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical
Parlors   in  T.
Jewelry  Store
Gifford's
0. Box   171.        Tel.  63. It-
Estimates   Submitted.
S, 42H
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
���     JOHN   REID, Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Crest
logs, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine"Work and
BLACKSMITHING
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OOKSLETS
Picture
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   -   New Westminster
Buy Your Summer Shoes Mere
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
HAMS -t
18c. per ">'
THI
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL A ODDY, Proprietors.
POSTCARDS
ARE  NOW ON SAI.10  AT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE.
J. Q. GAMOIN'S CIGAR DIVAN. and
F.  MACKENZIE'S  DRUG  STORE,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon loute
for CONRAD, CARCKOSa^. AT1.IN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express snd freight connect witn
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. C MONDAV
JUNE 22. 1908.
TH*    DAILY   N EWS
ftMft _-:r*��
www I. tj. SMITH "sT��
City News
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week end we pui a ma
���fit]    i'  pi li nl
fliapo   ���    Thi values given belc***. ���*
se in.-  almost incredible on th<   taci
m;:M i"'" Henoe th<  reason o
ghtei  prices.
if this pbenomei a
1000 Yards of Flannelette Skirting, 38 inches
at 5c Per Yard
Thia ::""     ; - lla ln ::"   ��� - ��� ": *** **; ��� '     ���     ���  ������   ' ���������  Bora] designs  and  thorough goon  guaiit
in ie used for man; hous .. ���      ard.., 5
650 Yards Dress Lining at 5c Per Yard
This is our line of Silesia lining   French finis ties wide; colors,   white,   cream,   grey,   _a*n
.ind brown.   Regular 15c per yard    June sal.   pri<n yard
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900 Yards of 25c Moreen Underskirting at 10c
in plain aad fancy atrip     good <   ilit*    e���        .. splendid fo ts,   June   ale
' 10c
50 Pieces of Gingham Prints at 10c Per Yard
. - ecial purcha i  for quick clearance ol                I ilshed  Ens  sh pi nl  3. Inches wide.   Sells*
day for 15c per yard.   L . . a dots etc.   June sali      Ice, pei yard  10c
SEE WINDOWS
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100 Pieces Ginghams and Dress Muslins at 10c Per Yd.
col< rin      all new season's goods, and everj   pattern  attractive,   Values
June Bale  price,  pi i    ard
10c
300 Ya^ ds White Swiss Muslin at 7 l-2c Per Yard
Think of it, nice stripes, cross bars, etc., In fovol   Swiss dn   - muslins,  white only.    Values Up to 16C,
ale  irlce  pei    ird  7'2C
44-inch Circular Pillow
Cotton !8c per yard
���i i __._>^timm_j__wai i-w rmPw&F^'**���*'^^'*'���'''' '7
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20 ptos 38-Inch Plain
Turkey lied Minn
7 l-2c per yard
l-XWOBSiflRISl
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ONE* CAlToF RAYMOND ALBERTA   pOlMhlllg   MSiy
II ���        r-1 $1.60 sack ��� For the warm weather
Hungarian
N'ii   ��� mttdi clea
ma    B ll   tnl     ol   ���
provlncla nm ti
ageni. b ���    re urnefi  from Vii I    ia
kinds "���' annuals ai
Bo 11 .    Phone 184. ���*��
Vanooi        b u ears    I hini   with
thi Maple beefs In the senloi lacro
e   ]",],'��� in   Saturda     u     won '
i,   .
See ou ad. Alberts Hungarian
[lour, $1.60 sack, or J6.-26 barrel. (Jeo.
iVdams, Public Supply Store.
The ladles of St. Andrews   church !
a ���( giving a strawberry festival in '
the lecture  room on Thursdaj even- ;
iii.
!' ��� sh   ilalrj   butter  al   ftoward  &
i Mulrhead's, 25c ami BOc per pound. ** ���
Dr. a Holmes and C. A. Welsh
returne *esterday from Victoria,
where thej had heen attending the
meeting ol the grand lodgi  ol Masons.
Duplicate orders c the " ^.uto' clgai
i oves their growing poptila 'I   .    **
At'Queem avenui Methodlsi bhurcl
on Sundaj nexl there wfflibe a "RoBe1'
Sunday   when all members of :''< eon-
Igregation will  \yt-,\;x the emblem    of
midsummer.
Rain or shine you will find comfort
Ir an "Did Spon" hand made cigar. **
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Tom Cunningham was tbe best shot
al the rifle range across the rivet -on
Saturday afternoon, coming awiy With
'a score of 99. Sloan, Johndro an<l
Wilson  also made  gOO_  Scores.
Dahlias. Geraniums and all kinds of
��� tag and vegetable plants. Davie- &
Son,   Telephone B20S.
An outbreak of fire occurred Saturday afternoon at lhe residence of S.
F. Mark. 25. Queens avenue. Th"
staff from ISPo. 2 hall mrned out, and
found that a spark hnd Ignited the
roof. The damage done was not serious.
We have a niee five room house, wns
built last year; on good street, Very
near to S-_p_>erto_i ear line; J1800,
terms. Abhon & Hyde, 288 Columbia
si eet, **
A public dance will be given ai
Ladner on Friday evening by the
members of the Bxcelstor club, iho
��� ittvitiee commencing af nine o'clock,
As a fittins wind up after the Ladttet
I races, a large number of vislt(A*s will
likelj   Stay  over to take  part   in  ihe
. hop.
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Plan- have Jusl been completed for
la splendid camping and Bftmmer re
soit at semiamo bay, between JJiackle
iSpii :.n.l White Roek. Fine hath'ns
beach, good bOfttlttg, beautiful view of
[open straits. Hail way run? pfiBl property.    White, Shiles & Co. are p'ne-
I ing* the resort on 1 he market in halt
|lucre lots frontittg the sen.    PtiCBfl ,irc
I low and terms eas).
The school board meets tohight,
when it notice of motion will eome Up
with regard to eotilhiercl&l classes in
the high Bchool. The trades and lnbor
council wanl the fait1 wage. Clause in
Betted In the '���onlraet for the weslslde
school, and a letter will be fetid to
the board from the s��-*i'io!nry.
The circus is a show of
X^V, . the past.
Lee's ^arnrnoth
furnishing Fmporium I
show   is   always   here.
No tickets to buy.
IT'S FREE
a. Come rlfehl along, Its s pleasure bo show   ou the flnesi   ii
J     shown in British ColUittbifl
j A new arrival of ourtain material in muslins, polkadots, cblh dot -
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and madras.   Selllhg Ith* per yaird and up.
We Make Awnings
��     LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA S'      JET.     NEW   WESTMINSTI .,  J.  C.
$ Opposite Lc ..e  Street. Phone 7S, ^
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Dr. F. P. Smith returned y*ste   "'
from Vldtoi'Ia, where he has boi'n during the pasl week acting as dhe of the
 Iners ai the recenl dental e*xam-
InatiohB, He also attended the Sefe-
Bion of the Masonic grand lodge held
In thai eitv.
The poll on behalf of the Ltftu Island
land sale takes place today, Kvery-
hody who wishes the enable the coun-
cf] to build the new bridge across the
\orlh Arm should go to the following
places to record a vote: Citj hall, fire
hall (Sapperton). and Tenth street
Hght Btatidn. The polls lake place
from nine to five. The council looks
to the o'itis.ons to give them a large
and unite.i vote to go ahead
Steamer Beaver will make Its minimi trip to Douglas, leaving N6W
Westminster at S a.m., .Tune i.6. Will
remain all night at Harrison Hot
Springs, then proceed to Douglas at
daylight,   returning,   arviving  ai   New
Westminster Saturday   evening.    Do
not miss this op; ortun'ty of seeing
this beautiful lake. I.ates. $6.00 for
fhe round trip, Kd. (loulet. C. P. Tt.
agent.
There will be A busy session at
th. eity council tonight, in addition
to sueh routine business as the Wit-ther
consideration of the money by-laws,
which are now settled in all their details, there will be lhe fire prevention
rinviiilnient by-law. which, as a insult
Of dis< ussi-.il in comniitto,. on Friday,
w ill no! I e so sweeping as was
originally Intended,   it was fii-~i
pOBOd tO go to Tenth .tree! -with tbe
hrkd. construction limits, bul the hy-
law will be amended to reach Only as
fas west as Mc\ei'l\ Btreel the remainder of Chinatown being allowed
to Use ���.:ilvnn'i_,ed Iron for future
buildings. It was felt thai the Other
plan would check buildings going up
in the area affoeted.
Attention is called to the dangerous
condition of the sidewalk in front of
the Dominion Trust building on Columbia street, where a few rotten
hoards partly cover the entrance into
the basement of the premises. As
there is a drop of about, twelve feet
from the sidewalk to the cellar, the
breaking of the planks is liable to be
followed by a serious accident. Tom
Keiiy, of rhe city electric light, department, narrowly escaped breaking
his leg at that, spot yesterday evening,
his foot being caught ihetween two of
the loose boards and requiring the as-
s'stanee of some bystanders before being released.
REPORT  A  DISCOVERY  OF
.00 POUNDS OF  AMBERGRIS
���.iii'i'deon, June 21.���Word was re-
deived from North Beach today that
two brothers named Xorthrup, farmers, have found a mass of air.b',rgris
weighing about 400 pounds.
They are guarding their find day
and night, as its market value, *}W>
a pound, makt s it worth s*o me thing
like $180,000. This is the first drs-
coverv of the kind in this vicin:*; .
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3 RESIDENCES
���
Flour
GKT YOUR ORDERS IN  EARLY
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY     .
$6.25 bar'l ���
        :
*
SUMMER   DRINKS.
Wesl India Ltme Ji
,25c
Canadian    Wheat    Flalo'^    306    pej
package al Howard A tiittlrbMd-fl    ''
Rev. .lohn RobBon, president of the
British Columbia ciinl'eri'ttie. will
speak nt the fourth i|iiarterly rnllv cf
the local iniliiti of t'hrlslian tDttdeavo.
I al Sapperton Methodlsl church I"
night,   Olildefs "ill be elected durlim
the evenln.. Miin.v iiiii��IchI Hems ai"
iilHioiuiced and 1"""' edlttfS :mc titfled
to begin at tl (itiatle!   to eight,
i
As I am about to lerve 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 bu'sness man.
The residence and grounds corner
Sixth and Carnarvon street on frontage of 132 feet on Carnarvon street.
The residence corner Sixth and
Agnes streets. For terms and particulars apply to me at my residence, 53
Sixth street.
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD
A. M. HERRING
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MontaeTrats Lima Juice  .25c
AT   TME
* imperial .leiiy cowdc
t, tlm e for, .25c
��� Upton's Table .'ciiy, (Wtckage ...10_
Public Supply Stores GE0prAOpfMS: i'  *    *
Columbia   Street.        New   West-ninstei.   B.  C.
Phone  92.
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Tpnilppc fnr Tioc R  I   T   i R   MILES & CO.
mm   IOr   lieS   D.   I.   C   I- ^^   M  ^ ^^ UL^nM ,���.r.���, ,,.    iS* and  25C
  I Honey, per bo. I le  25c
3       I -nders will he re,t;v���. till   _  B^a*****,�����>S^rZ*?1"' I ChiBB-d Beef  25c
no��ti, July .i  r���r -he supply of hewn
,���r..,',n   Sewer connections made
ties.
' '  tic  delivered  ou the
Chilli-   M.Klerate Charts
Phone  A 37!
An Ice cieim mui strtiwIictT' sochil
will    lake    |llttCfl    toliiorriiw    .��� -. .-..������.--
* f-Tfeii Tower Lemonade ioe I under the auflpicfes of tht. ladiBi bt
HI.  Iliitliab'is   Patlsti  idiurch. when    ft
!��� tmthy   and  hiteiesllng   procitun     of
songs Hini iiisirimi"n!ai .eieotlofls will
I.,, lenilercil by l"eal talent.    Tlie rev
entie derived   friun   the social  will   he
devoted  to  chitn h   wmk.
���
Owing In the 'lu-uiltalde mitiire of
Mighlh street for heavy traffic the
circus on Saturday had h great deal
of titrable to handle their materia].
especiall, with the heavy wagons
coming down hill after the evening
performance. Two runaways occurred,
and the teamsters had a stiff task to
hold the lines In nearly all cases.
ages for ...'. 25c
Salad Oil, two bottles for  25c
tins.,, ft Blackweli's, bottle 25c
es ati          ottte it*) 25c, 35c, 50c
f'ickiis trom, bottle  10c and up
*':  Rlght-of-Way from New W��*t-
Vront St. New Westminster   .
W," aim to please.   Special attention
en to phone orders,
Specifications	
toin_:0r to Cloverdale.
caa be secured  at  the  local  Manas:-   p^ ^^   PATTERSON
*r'3 Office, New We.rmlc._ter   and OM '       * Boj|ern1aker
phasing agtat's   office.   Vancouvei*.'
W-'* or any. tender not nec-ssar- MIRSOXAL  ATHDmOJI   ��Q
lly accepted. RKPAiH-*1
W.  H.   HAZLSTT,
PuiThaslns   A.��.en'.
Vancouver.
Work,     at     EDMON03
p. O. Box 908.      Phone J 208
Rev. T. R. Hall, of St. Pauls Presby.
terian church. Sarnia, Ont., and Rev.
D. M. Ramsay, of Knox church,   Ottawa, were visitors    at St. Andrews
jmanse during the latter part of   last
H- a - -    #   | |   week, the guests of Rev. and Mrs. J.
AU/lfJl X !V!_111f*hPJIfl  s   Henderson.   These two pustors are
owaruamuiiii-crtu^^ a ghort hollday on the iuu;i
rttT-n   r-.-a^rr   r I     W   ��_*_..��   afler ftttendlnS thtJ meetings of   the
STATION.     BU.l.t BLJ>.&, tSiuaiOia Mretl *mwn] u.exaMy of the Presbyterian
p.'Torte INo. 3t*S
'tthnrch at Wlnalpt.
BE ALERT!
rw-^wwmmtmt.
NCN 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. "
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKE!
ARMSTRONG BLOCK, I
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MONDAY, JUNE 2_   ,.
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NAILS  AND   NAILING.
T^ev  Fig.re In  Speech as Well af In
Trad, end  Cuiiding.
To nail a thing is to fix or fasten
with a Didl or rails: lo strive nails
into for the purpose of fastening or
lecuring, such as to nail up a box,
to nail a shelf to the wall, to nail
down the hatches, etc.; to stud with
nails; figuratively, to nail a thing is
to pin ii down and hold it fast, such
to nail a bargain or secure
bv
-
��s
prompt action,   it was Hums whe
(aid:
EVn ministers, they has bec-n Ic. nd,
In holy rapture,
A rousing whid at times to vend
An nail ". wl' Scripture.
Passing into tho colloquial, to j
"nail to the counter" is to put tr
counterfeit coin out of circulation I
by fastening it with a nail to the
counter of a .-ho;.; hence, figurative
ly, to expose as false.
" Other definitions referring to the
nail arc: Xailer, one who nails, who
makes nails or who soils them,
while a female nailmaker is referred
to by Hugh Miller as a naileress. A
nailery is described as an establish"
ment whore nails are made. A nail
head is the head of a nail, and anything is said to be nail headed when
so shaped as to resemble tho head
of a nail.
A nailing machine is one for fore- ;
ing or driving nails into place; in ;
carpentry, a feeding tube for the,
nails, connected niili a plunger or '
reciprocating hammer; ia shoemak*
Ing, a power machine cloBely allied
to thc shoe peggcr, used to drive
email metallic nails or brads into
thp solos of shoes.
The nail machine is a power machine for making nails, spikes, brads
or tacks.
A  nailmaker is ono who makes
naiH; a nailer, a person connected '
in any capacity in the manufacture
of nails.
A nail plate is a plate of metal
rolled to the proper thickness for
cutting into nails.
A nail rod is a strip split or cut
front an iron plate to be made into
wrought nails. .\. nail selector is a
machine, or an attachment to a nail
machine, for automatically throw-
Ing out headless or otherwise ill;
formed nails and sliver-*.
<_ counter, unk nail is one having
a cone shape..! head like that of a
Bcrew; a cut nail, one made by u\
nail machine, as distinguished from
s wrought or forged.nail.
"On the nail" means on tho spot,
et once, immediately, without delay or postponement, as, to pay
money on the nail. This phrase ia
.;*., 1 to have original d from the
ru torn of making payments, in the'
exchange at Bristi , 1 ngland, and
elsewhere, on the top of a pUe'ar
called ''__'. nail."
IHB TRUb TBST.
Jr.  i     .   enough to be cheerful and gay
"Whi ���   money and favors arc coming *,ouj
way,
When friends are as plenty ts leavea ot
the tn i s
Anil  people  who  mi et   you  endi ave te
pli ai ���
When things run like that
You l_.ugb and grow fat
And see in your bilis littlu more  U-*n ��
Joke.
It's   harder,   you'll   find,   to   be   bappj
though Ijn.K'..
When 'nto your auto you jump for a rld��
Anil over the roadway a  runaway glide
And light at the corner to r��-_i f.��r a spell
lr   front of o i lace wiih refreshments to
sell,
Then any one could
Cheer up and be good.
It's    not ��� and    I   can    from   experlettw
speak���
Bo  nice when  you  walk and  have  corru
On your feet.
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
A Priceless Asset
A good set of teetli contribute greatly te
one's health and happiness. They add much
to the appearance  and more  to  the  digestion.
Xegleot is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW. before it is too
i.ite.
READ   OUR    PRICES
THEY   NEVER  CHANGE
Full  Set  of Teeth        $5.00 %
Bridgework  (per tooth)     $5 00
Gold   Crowns        $5.00
Gold  Fillings      $1.00  up
Platina   Fillings       $1-00
Extracting     50
shall be devoted in part payment of I Langley,  MaUsqui,  Sumas, and   Chilli-
snail ne de.oteu in Company, which
the cost of construction of the    sai.i   v. ��.* aim
steel .bridge or otherwise on   Lulu Is- agreements were duly   ratified    and
Land as the Council may by resolution  confirmed by by-laws regularly passed
hv the .Municipal Councils of the. said
determine. * ... .   ,
,  _        ,,,.   �����_.i Corporations, the agreements between
12)    This By- aw before   thu   nnai ,       ' -
(._..     mis ��>. i��w u Corporation  of  the  Township  0f
passing thereof, shall receive the a��-< - �� *
1 , ., ��� a,,.,.,,    Chilliwack   and   the   Power  Company
sent of the ratepayers of the .Muni-! ,.        ,
��� ...    hi,. I being a so ratified and confirmed  bv
cipality of the said Corporation m like fe
...   ,.    .,,- ....... ot "The Chilliwack   city   Incorporation
manner as is requisite lor tne issue o. i (,,,(lN,
debentures for the raising of any loan.  *_.'.'
The waters at present recorded by
(3)    This By-Law  may be cited tat,^ powej. Cou])1.uiy  from  Lake    Cq
the  "Lulu Island  Land Sale By-Law.       Jtjam ftn(} from Lake Bunl ���
1908."
Sentjto Approval
To Rrsponsibi.k pEoi,, ,.
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GF,M
E^clnk Pencil
Your Choi
Done and passed in open Council
this 20th day of January, 1508.
Received the assent of the ratepayers this day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed this
day of       , 1908,
City Clerk.
Mayor
NOTICE.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A
TECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
PRO-
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vanccuver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6  p.   m. Phone   C__:3
_3__fc.;__c.i_!:-r.:-^
Take notice that the above is n true
copy of the proposed By-Law whic'.i
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from the
first publication thereof in the "Dally
Columbian," and "Daily News" newspapers, -which first publication took
place on the 20th day of May, 1908,
and that a vote of the electors of the
City will be taken on the said pro-
posed By-Law on Che 22nd day of
June, 190S, between the hours of nine
o'clock a.m., and five p.m., at the
following places, namely, the Council
j Chamber, Civic Building, the Fire
Hall, Sapperton; and the Light Station, Tenth street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, May 20th, 1908.
PART   IV.
"WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION   ACT,   1897."
'
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWS       ;;;:!!;
Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
���ynopeis    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion  lands  in  Manitoba, .Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2*5,
not reservod, may be homesteaded by
'i    person who is the sole head of a
Law to Authorize the Sale  of Certain Lands on  Lulu  Island.
l. This Is to certify that the Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
(1 i reinafter called the "Power Con
p&ny") specially incorporated pursuant to Part IV. of the "Water
Clauses Consolidation .Act, 1897," OD
the 25th day of January, 1898, for the
I urpose of exercising the righti.
' powers, i.i'. lleg . i nd priorities in
and by Pari IV. of the said Aci
i r lati I, | i i.nte I, and conferred,
iu addition to its undertakings here-
' ifi re approved of by the Lieutenant-
Iflcates ni
th day of Feb-
* ruary, 1902, and the 18th day of May.
submitted its fur her undertak-
Hi-    Lieuti n nt-Governor   in
Council for approval, and    thai    the
.-���ild furthi r undertaking, as shown by
Lhe documents aad plan duly filed In
pursuance of the said Act, has   been
approved, and that the same i.s as follows:
The construction, equipment, operation, and mainti nance of a line or
lines of electric railway, tramways, or
be utilized to generate the power re
; i.uired  to  operate  the.    said    further
undertaking of   the   Power Company,
and it  Is proposed to transmit such!
power, light and heat through and by ,
i .'.i:i.  of i ole and transmission lines
fronj  any  of the  power houses,  sub-
[stations or transmission lines of   the!
Power Company throughout the whole '
aiea within which the further under-
tl king of the Power Company is to be
carried on, aad as is hereinbefore defined:
2. And this is further to cer Ify
lhal the first part or portion of the;
said undertaking and works hereby
[approved, will be the line of electric
railway from the said City of New
Westminster to the said City of Chilli-
wack and the necessary pole and
tt ansmisslon lines in connection there-
, with;
(3J And this is further to certify
that the Power Company shall have
duly subscribed before it commence
ihe construction of the said further
undertaking anj works, or exercises
any of the powers in that behalf con- I
fi rred ��� y the "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897," Part IV., oi;'. thous-
* ii 1 11'"1"! shares of one dollar ($1.0 IJ
i tch. Tin further amount of capital
required to fui'y complete the first
i,r- of the said further undertaking
i tl works is to be provided by thi
lean of two million lour hundred and
ninety-nine tliotisa.nl dollars ($2,499,- '
000) to be made by the British Colum-
.,i Electric Railway Company, to be
��� ei are bj mortgage bonds of thi
Powi i Company in sterling or decim I
currency carrying interest, or by su h
ether form of security as may
agreed upon between the Bald Com-
panli
���l. And this is further to certifj th
tne time  within which  the said  further i i! ital in be Bubsi , i ed, nam .
one thou   nd dollars, in addition   to
" ���* ;  Iread; cril ed, Is fixed at
two    "ii li.- from the date h tr< of, and
i rn   time in which the ...  I
i 'i i  further undertaking ati I   . i
$
These
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
full II Kl. . , 110 ���
i'n right hand inayl_ b
i"   titlier   on,
black opaque pi
Non-breakable   ,
���������u. ns desired  ,
pliiiii or engravi
us piettric!
Touma; ��� ���
iryomlon.il.i, j ,
. batter irtii le tl
cure (,,r 111,1i
ntcs In a,,, ....
entirely i��t,.f,..
Ipei i return M en
>uu |1.10for it.
COT.O�� IWT ll
Popular  III  ,   ..,���   |,
,..||.|   etl  I   .    |        ft
lie carried   it,   ������,   , .. .
pocket or ,1   ; .
eny  angle at i ,.t,
i.'.in    llprlnjl   t���      |
point, poi ih. Ivulcei     '���.
rn.,-.   fire  ...tie   finiih     li.i,
ev. rvwli���r.    for  I   M       A,,.,
wanted   Writ,, f0I ,,.,K ,,;'
now  " Ictt ),.,i f,,r,.-i
Laughlin Mfg. Co,
225     Majestic Bldg,
Detroit, Ulrh
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V/:
MAIL CONTRACT
WHBKBAS the Corporrtion of the
City of New Westminster is the owner
family, or any male over IS years of j of (inter alia) Lots One (1. to Thirty-
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-j four  (ut.   both inclusive, in Block Aletreet railways,    with    all    neeis.ar.
tion of 160 acres, more or less. of Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven pole runs and overhead   ami   other
Application   for   entry     must     ne  (757), Group One (1), in the City   of construction    with all necessary side
t neks,  switches,  and     brandies    for
S-_AI_ED TENDERS
the   Postmaster-Gem ra
ceived at Ottawa until fi
day, the Nineteenth Juri . J
vi yanc ��� of His M  ,��� .:. |
:   contract  for ;���
times per sv^ek eai h way, 1 i
proposed post offii
ition, B. C. Eli IwaJ
: :. Ing '".:��� Postm i     .
ure.
Printed notli eg   ���
nation as to c< n I
���  ed eontracl m ij |
:-   ���    forth iii paragraph two hereof,  tom. of ���.,,���,.,. ffl
tenced  Bha 1
: ..,���     .   ration of thre i m<
the date hereof; and the dai - a! which
the remain Ier or any po tlon
said  further  undertaking  and  works
.'    .   ,. i ma ���  ������<��� coi   .    i   '���
five . ' ars trom the
be ��� of, i    i ui ii furthc r time   as   the
��� -Govi rnor in  Counci    .
here ifter approve,
I ated ihis 19th day Of May,   ll I 8,
FRED J. FULTON,
.   I* of the Ex< cutive Coun - ..
i  ���   po.-t offici' of  v   .  Wi
and from Mr. J, Woll     I at D
and at the offi      I I     !'��� :
eel ��r.
JOHN Ft OREENF
Post Offlc   Ii   eel
Posl  i mice Ins 1
nver.  il.   I'.,  Sth
���!���* -
nade in person  by the applicant at New Westminster, Province of British
a Dominion Lands Ageney    or   sub-  Columbia.
agency for the district in which the A.N'D WHEREAS the present woodland is situate. Entry by prosy may, j en bridge across the North Ann of
however, be made at an agency on : the Fraser River in the said City of
certain conditions by the father, moth- j New Westminster is in an unsafe ani
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of | dangerous condition and it is necessary lo replace the said bridge with .
new steel structure.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES
Mail
mm-
Contract
an intending  homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to per- i
it's easy to say,  "lf_ a Jolly old world."   , ..      . ,    .   ., .
When snug ln your home by tho nre.id*' fl"'ra th�� homestead duties under one
curled ; of the fol.owing plans-
Tou sit with a fragrant cigar In your t.o*
fane.les    In   cloi_Ula_id   tt
Allowing
rhnse
And bear on their winps
Ooi <1 luck nnd such things.
Hut who could  be buoyant without a red
rent
If pressed  by  the l-tndlord  and  buck  Of
the rent?
if you have a Job and a sw.it Uttle W'*"
Its   ...Hy to talk of the fullnr-:-s of life.
To tfonder why every one cannot a^roe
Tina living Is uuite what It's cracked ui
to be
If nothing ko'-s wrong
Vou t>.'ir jfr h song
And   wonder   how   any   ono   ir. iter  ***��
crna k.
It's   harder,   you'll   lind,   to   be
though broke
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land la
each year  for three years.
I L'I A Homesteader may, if he so
d_sires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv bim. not less
than eighty (.SO) acres In extent, In
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint.
ownership In land will not meet this
ii qufrement,
Ci)    If the father (or mother, if the
AND WHEREAS it is deemed advisable in the interests of the said
Corporation that the said lands should
be sold and the proceeds devoted in
part payment of the cost of construction of the said steel bridge an 1
otherwise on Lulu Island.
AND WHEREAS hv tne "New Westminster Act, 1888���a\mendment Actlu.ed,
1889," it Is provided that the Council
of the said Corporation may, with the
assent of the ratepayers of the said
Corporation, to be first had and obtained in like manner as is requisite
the conveyance of passengers and
Height from some point or points at
or near Lots one (1) an J two c_.,
City Block four (4), in the City of
New Westminster, to and throughout
tbe streets of the City of Chilliwack,
passing through the municipalities
cp Surrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui,
Sumas and Chilliwack, and the Town
sites of Ahbotsford and Huntingdon,
and throughout the District of New
Westminster and over and along any
of the public roads in the said Municipalities or'any of the intervening
pyblic roads, or such other rights of
way where the public roads are not
as may be acquired by the
Power Company; the erection, construction, operation and maintenance
within   the  said   City    of  Chill,wack
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and '|'<*nth
S���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and l-iveltih.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen s  avenue ami   Sixth.
24���.-..rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av����>ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
S2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
3B���C. P. R.   Station.
42���Small & Bucklln Mills.
be  ri
i
SEALED TENDKRS. addl
'.:.���  Postmaster General, will
coived at Ottawa until Noon, on
day,  the  SEVENTEENTH   OF  JUL
' NEXT, for the   conveyanci   ol
Majesty's   -Mails,  on   a  propi
I tract for four years, thirty-six tin)1
ker week, between New Westminst
and  B.   C.  Electric  Railway statii
'during  the  Postmaster's pleasure.
Printed notices containing   forti*.'
j information  as to conditions of F
posed contract may be seen and   I
forms of tender may  be obta ��������� ���
the Port Office of New Westminsti
and at   the office  of the I'"    ,,,:
Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD
Post Office [napecto
POSt   Office Inspector's Off.c
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ind  the said' Municipalities and  Uis-   BOARD  OF TRADE.���New   Westmin lff,,..,,-_ Q  c   r,tl, june, i;m\
���let of
r-.tl-V)
Desirable One.
".Iai|iiis in dy
ing to ho an ac
tor."
"What roll
does he wnnt to
t>lay?"
"A roll of bim
I tTUP.s."
father Is deceased!  of a homesteader  foi  the issuing of debentures for   thojvorks
o is permanent residence on farming raising of any loan, sell real property
land  owned  solely  by   him,  not   less j belonging to the Corporation on Lulu
than eighty (80) acres in extent, iu
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by hiru
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perforin his own residence duties by
lirlng with the father (or mother).
(t) The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width j
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(5)    A   homesteader   Intending     to
Got the Autograph.
At Carlsbad on one occasion Brahms
physician, Dr. Grunbe.ger, asked the j perform   his   residence  duties  In   ac
vomposer   for   his   autograph   for   a Icordauce with the above while living
young lady admirer, but Brahms scold- I with I)arents or on farming land own
ed hlm for making a nuisance of hlm-
_w.f  and   refused   to  give   It.    Some
ed by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention
Island with full power and authority
to execute all deeds and Instruments
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall he lawful for the
Council to sell and absolutely dispose
of, to any person or persons, body or
bodies corjiorate, all or any part of
the said lands hereinbefore mentioned
being Lots One (1) to Thirty-four
(34) both inclusive, in Block A of
Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), In tbe City of
���New Westminster, Province of Britisu
Columbia, upon such terms and condl
s_ajrB_t*t_i_rK_.'s ��_3Z��;;.. =r���, ���*���*���.��** - -..nc, *..�� ��.
Carlsbad, Brahms handed to the d
tor nn envelope Inscribed, "With the ��� be given to the Commissioner of Do-
eordial thanks ol Johannes Brahms." ; minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
Noticing a broad prln on thc doctor',  to apply for patent
face, he asked: "Wha-t makes you look
so cheerful? You don't know yet what
the envelope contain;:." ".Nor do I
cure," retorted thc doctor. "Tha erf
veiope is the main thing. Much niiiii-
*d for the autograph!*'
w. w. corY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Ni  B.���Unautnorlzen publication of
lutlon determine. And the Mayor and
Clerk of the said Corporation are
hereby authorized and empowered to
execute and deliver such conveyances,
agreements for sale or other Instruments as may be necessary to effee-
thla advertisement will  not  be pair? i tuate such sale or sales; provided that
for.        ;   |.(l ...' jJjjKJIJB tbe Procee(,s ot any BUCn s*'c or sn'*s
ni w Westminster, of electrlc
power    houses,    generating
plants, pole lines, overhead and other
construction, and  such    other    appli-
ances and conveniences as are necessary in and throughout, the said City I
0," Chilliwack, the streets thereof, and
ia and throughout, the. said Municipalities and the public roads thereof, and
In and throughout and over the public
loads of any Municipalities that may !
hereafter be  formed  within the urea
thereof, wi(h public and private lighting and heating and power for manu- '
facturlng and industrial purposes, and
in connection therewith; the construction, operation and maintenance of all
necessary and required overhead pole
and    transmission    and    other    lines
necessary  or   required   In   connection
with  the  said   undertaking  from  any
of the power houses, sub-stations   or
transmission lines of thw Power Company throughout the whole area, as Is
hereinbefore set. forth.   Together with :
all such rights, powers and privileges
as may he necessary    to   effectually !
ct.rry out the terms and conditions of
the several agreements made between |
the Corporations   ot Surrey,   Deftn, j
ster Hoard of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows: ,
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. ra.,
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. N'ew
' members    may    be    proposed    and
Trains & Steamer
CP.R.  MAIN   LINK
Leave .New Westminster 8:36
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster
elected at any monthly or quarterly \ 12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
meeting.    A. E. White, ��<***-. Overland    express    arrives
I0:��i
12:*1.
eo YEAftr
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
DE3ICN8
CORVRIOHTI) AC
nreW notice, without obsrge, in ths
Scientific flat., can.
A bsnd-omely Ultwtrsted weekly,   t-..���.__ ������*
SiUtloD of ��ny eclentin. Journul.
CsiaaMl*-.*...
all nowKjco
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Lnri-wt clr-
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'year, pm ut'a. propuld,   bold tJ
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bb T BU WMbluglbu. V. c.
I leaves 15:15.
"'     GREAT NORTHERN J^JfW^T.
: Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 d.
Lv. N.W. 4.35 p.m.: ar. Seattle 10 P
B. C. ELECTRIC-VANCOUVER
Leave New Westminster "
G:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and
[hour thereafter till It pm.
!    Lt. Vancouver for  Westminster
,5:50, 0:50, 7:20 and half hou'*
11:30 p.m.
V    W. A Y.-VANCOtlVER
| Lt. N."w. 8 p. m. and ��:B5 P- m.
; Lt. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. ����"��� *��� ''m
G. N. R.-PORT GtTlCHoV.
Leave New Westminster S.bu i    .
I arrive Gulchon 6 p-m-
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-. arrive
'New Westminster 8:45 on Prlda.
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UNE 22, 1908.
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Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by citj merchants every month. Manv columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
��� ild be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
TuD
any Paper
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods tho merchant has for sale.
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TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
See Our
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We print ads.
from   one    line
ranging   in  size
to   double   page
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATES
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YOU WANT A FARM
YOU WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU WANT MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
A SMALL AD.
A DISPLAY AD.
A LARGE AD.
A   LARGER   AD.
The other fellow wants what you have or has what you want
To   get   in   touch   with   him
use space in The DailyNews
Tliis   Little   Story   Comes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
From   Toronto :
The Retail Merchants' Association of Chatham is .a level-headed
organization. At a recent meeting newspaper advertising was
discussed, and the general opinion
of the members was that newspaper advertising was the best, and
program and other advertising of
that cLass was almost useless.
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SOCIETIES.
I. 0. 0. F.���AMITY LODCau., NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held In oddfellews' hall Colum
hla street, every Monday evening.
at *���> o'clock.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
flritlsh  Colum1.' <  Coast Lin*
Service.
V. O. U. W.���FhASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday In each month. Vlsitinp
brethren cordially invited lo attend.
Lodge room, A, 6. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson street    ,
JOURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
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A. O. F.���The regular meetings ol
this Lodge ane held cwi the Second
mil Fourth Tuesdays of each month
in X ]>. in. In the Oddfellows' Hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at . p. in.,'in the Ragles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;   H. Schofield, Secretary.
���HE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at . o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
ION3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Ttiird Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
O. 0. F.���Royal City Looge, No. S
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Colli tu' la Street, every Friday eveniug
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. J. S- Lawrence,
N. G.; C. K. Osborne, P. G-, recording secretary.
-OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Hed Ro.se Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
lu K. of P. Hall, trv.lu.ubia St., at
a p. m��� White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
K. and A. Mr, King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1160; L. 0. L... No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. 0,
b\, Court Westminster, No. 330*.
Brotherhood of Ow's. Nest N'o   89;
PROFESSIONAL.
W     NORMAN  BOLE. K. C,    BAR-
<       rister and Solicitor.    Chambers,   Canadian    Bank   of    Commerce
niUling, New Westminster, B. C.
TSME TABLE
SKAGWAY  ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver 1.1
p.in. June 15, IT. Princess Beatrice
July 3 and   15.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Prinecss   May,  June   27.
VANtOUVER-V'CTOKlA   ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
daily excepi  Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. dally.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily I _>
cept  Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
8 S Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; Tth
Of each month for Qitatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month tor Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver   i:30   p-m   dally,
except Sunday-    Friday and Saturday
leaves    at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves  Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
arrives  Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver    10   a.m. ever,-
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morninc;. via Lndyflmlth.
NORTHERN  B. C.   ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th of
every month.
UP  RIVER.
Beaver���
DOOR M SWEMH
Curious Custom of Hanging Them
Outside the Doors.
HOUSES LOCKED, YET OPEN.
The Dangling Key Informs You th*
Tenants Are Out, hut Friends Who
Call Are at Liberty to Unlock tht
Door  and   Enter  and   Rest.
When the Swedes go calling, they
lock up and then hung the door key on
the bell or the doorknob or some othei
conspicuous place. When they go visit
Ing tor a few weeks, bolts and bat's ar��
slid into place, and then out goes the
key. If the house ls shut up for an en
tire season or a full year, the gayiy
swinging door key says "Not at home"
to passersby.
There Is no kicking your heels on th��>
doormat In Sweden while the bell or
knocker awakes the echoes In an emi>-
u house. -Vgents, peddlers, friends
und relatives all know this message ot
the door key and sectog it out pass by.
As can be readily imagined, this
strange custom has been put to good
use ln many Instances -when visitors
were not wanted. Instead of telling
the maid to inform callers that Mrs'.
Junes is not at home the mistress says
to Jennie: "Haug out the door key at 3
o'clock this afternoon and bring it ln
at ft. 1 don't wish to see any one for a
few hours."
."Vlxnit the first of the month ln certain districts door keys swing to the
breezes In great numbers, and collectors, knowiug the custom and also Its
misuse, scratch their heads in perplexity at this not at home signal.
Many amusing stories are told of
creditors sitting down to await the r*
turn of their man while the debtor sat
or the other side of the locked door
and chuckle*! There have been instances where a collector has taken
the key, unlocked the door and entered
the house to be met by the owner, who
calmly laughed aver his ruse. Again Q
creditor has entered a house in which
he supposes the owner to be biding only to find it vacant and to be caught by
the Irate master, arrested and made to
pay a fine, while the debtor got an extension of time on his bill.
These illegitimate uses of this vory
old custom of not only leaving the
latchstring out, but also putting the
door key at the disposal of all who
pass, are not discovered at first glance,
��nd they nre really very much ln the
minority, for Sweden Is pre-eminently
From   New   Westminster   Monday,! an honest land.   In and around about
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WHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   Solicitor,  etc.,    42   Lorne   Street,
opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phone 143.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmond3.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BAUR1S-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New-
Westminster, Trapp Block, corner
Clarkson and Lorne streets. Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville street,.
Joseph Martin, K.C., W. G. McQuarrie.
Consultations with Mr. Martin may be
arranged at the Westminster office.
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER  FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
'Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m.   Friday 6 a.m.   Addi-
Kteekholm there is Very little iced of
policemeft or strong boxes, for every
man. however low down in the social
scale, seems to have due respect for
another's property.
Although a few of the more suspicious, or the foreigners who have not
teen brought up in this strange custom of leaving the dotr key ont, mny
lock up with bolts from the inside and
use another door for exit when they
leave home for an extended visit, the
old residents actually leave their homes
nt the disposal of any who may care to
enter.
.......       ,      ,          , Friends who call and  Ini the kev
tlonal trip Saturday leave Ladner at, out feel at perfect m>erty t0 on]wk th;
5 P*m' ! door, enter and rest a bit befote pass
  ing on.   Strangers seldom misuse the
GBORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum
ih and McKenzie streets. New West
���nlnster, B. C.
A. MYERS GRAY, Barr'**tpr. Solicitor
and Notary Public, \�� 'iractlce since
1891 at New Westm!*"*.*-**- Rl, Ol
flees removed to Curtis Block, Clark
son street, opposite Court House
P.O  Box 169.   Telephone 64.
WF.  HANSFORD.   Barrister,
Solicitor, -etc., Crescent block;
corner     Columbia     and     McKentla
.treats. New Westminster. B. O.
Canadian Pacific
i ..RAILWAY,. COMPACT
Double dally transcontinental trains
to Toronto at 7:15 a.m.; to Montreal
and other eastern points at 5:25 p.m.
Special rates to Dominion exhibition at Calgary. |20.25 for round trip,
on sale June 26th to July 7th; good
to return up to July 7th.
��� Dominion Day���Fare and one third
on sale June 29th to July 1st; good to
return up to July 4th.
FOr further particulars and reserva-
t'oM apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vsnnoow.
For   reservations   and   .nrortnatloti
_all or address
El). GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
ta. J. COYLE.
Ant. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J.  W. TROUP,
General Superintendent. Victoria
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot 241, group 2, New Westminster
district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
John S. Robson on the 15th day of
June, 1908, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
In writing by a, person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Laud  Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, 1st May, 1908.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned:
28th  July, 1890���Louis    Willie    to
Ernst Gr.au.
Conveyance In  fee.
J. S. ROBSON,
per C. E. Robson.
Applicant.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
T_M door, fr*m Cm*. Adam*, Groat*
Ladles'Gold Watcnes trom 112.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watch** open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Bilver Watches, doubl*
esse, $7.50 op.
Agent for the celebrstei South Bend
Watches, supplied tn the Welhnsn
Aretlo Expedition.   411 warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc. etc.
\fhtoh tepalrtag; sMffw t*mtm>
ati*.
confidence.
The custom started ages ago when It
was the usual thing for "holy men" or
priests to travel through Swedish villages, stopping to leave their blgssing
on the households of the neighborhood.
These visits were looked forward to
with eagerness by the pions Swedes,
and it was considered an a>.t of grossest discourtesy to bar thc door, for
whatever reason, against a holy man
Consequently if a family left home ths
key was always put ont against the ar
rival of the priest. Meat and drink
were left, and should the holy man
stop at a vacant honse be entered, refreshed hltnself, left his blessing in tbe
form of a candle or a bottle of boly
water or a bit of consecrated green and
passed. Thus the custom originated
and, although these quaint villages
have become towns and traveling
priests have passed away and the Influx of other nations has modernised
8weden and brought the evil of theft
with It, the door keys still hang out ��s
evidence of trust snd open doored hospitality.
A thief seldom takes down one of
tho keys and enters, for there is the
uncertainty about the absence of the
residents spoken of to hold him back,
and the knowledge that an exposed
door key may merely mean that the
owner has stepped across to the store
and will return any minute makes
tampering with property risky business.
These facts, together with the big
ine that Swedes are one of the most
honest people on the face of the globe
make a custom safe there which would
be a foolhardy tempting of misfortune
In our "land of the free."-Los An-
grtes Time*.
Pound an Excuse.
One Easter a Methodist minister a
tha south wrota to I. Pletpont Morgan
nnd asked him to subscribe to the erection of a new church.
"Since I am an Episcopalian," Mr.
Morgan wrote back, "1 can't consclag-
tlouaty join this Easter subscription to
the buftdisK cf a Methodist church.
Before erecting your new chattfc,
though, you are going, I wdsitaaC to
tear the old church flows. V*x .
purpose 1 gladly tnclow ay chtok
rer.0."
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BIBLE IS B_.UlJ.TE0
JUNE
A AHONO fOHEIGN COMMUNITY
Rev.    Dr.   Cooper   Spoke    Thrice
Westminster Yesterday on Work
of Canadian Bible Society.
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Kev. Dv. Cooper, of Toruntq, spoke
at three of the city churches yesterday. In ihe morning he was at Queens x
avenue Methodist, in the evening at x
St. Pauls Reformed Episcopal, and at
a subsequent meeting at Olivet Baptist. Dr. Cooper succeeded Rev. R. E.
Welsh as general secretary of the
Canadian Bible society, an offshoot of
the world-famous British and Foreign |i
Bible society, which circulates the x
holy writ in tlie vernacular through- '���
out the world. The Canadian society [X
deals with the foreign population'*
brought in under the immigration pro. i f
paganda, and in so wide a field dis- j ���
charges a useful duty.
Objects   of Society..
Dr.   Cooper  explained   the    reasons
for   the   existence  of   the     Canadian
society, and the demonstration it had
already given of its power to remain
as a permanent institution for good in
the land.   A few years ago it was felt
that  the  various    agencies    at work
ought to be united, and this was done.
| The headquarters   were   in Toronto,
iand from there were issued the publications  of t'ne society,    and    plans
made for colporteurs to work in various fields, as on the Grand Trunk Pacific camps, and among    the    immigrants just landing    in the    country.
The parallel  editions,  issued  by    the
Bible   societies,   were  great  helps  in
spreading the knowledge of English,
jand while a Swede, for instance, was
rending in his own tongue the scrip-
I tures at the same time he might be
drinking in the Water of Life, as well
[as  getting  that    knowledge    of  the
j language which would fit him to be a
| good  Canadian.    He commended  the
j objects of the society to their earnest
[help.    The New Westminster branch,
it might be mentioned,* is one of   the
oldest in the Dominion.
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will    always    use
them..
Dairy butter, per pound
 25c and 30c
Three cans corn.... 25c
Prairie Pride Hungarian {
flour, sack .$1.60 ���
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THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
AT  THE   HOTELS.
This Date in History
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,
ster,
New   Westmin-
B.   C.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
JUNE 22.
1G.0���Governor Winthrop and party oi
Puritans with charter of
Massachusetts landed In
Salem.
1856    H.     Rider    Haggard,    English'
novelist, born.
i -.';   Q n Victoria rec lived Ambas- ���
sadqr Bayard at Windsor.
1897���Diamond Jubilee of Queen Vic- ;
t oi i.i celebrati I.
1898���Cable communication established between Washington and
Guantenamo, Cuba. * :
L903���Thirty thousand workmen went'
���    on strike in Barcelona.
1907���The committees of the Hague
peace conference began their
sitting.-*.
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IN STOCK
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Hammocks
| Croquet Sets
Rubber Balls
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Baseball Supplies
Lacrosse Supplies
Cricket Bats
Tennis Rackets
Ml
1 J. J. MacKay & Co.
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Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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Russell.
R. D. Douglas, Vancouver.
C. L. Learn, Vancouver.
ll. W. Chatterton, Vancouver.
G. E. Frith, Vancouver.
Dr.  Young, Vancouver.
(.'. li. Farrow, Vancouver.
Howard D. Ainsworth, Seattle.
.Miss Alice Ainsworth, Seattle.
George 11. Adams. Seattle.
H. 11. Lewis, Seattle.
T. .Mills, Toronto.
.Miss Keates, Victoria.
Robert  Kerr,  Toronto.
F. A.  Ware, Vancouver.
Windsor.
I!. McCorty, Bellingham.
F. Baade, Bellingham.
T. la. Tart, Bellingham.
Donald McRae, Sydney.
Duncan  Stewart.  Cow Bay.
X. B. Lund, .Millside.
J. Galby, Coquitlam.
G. McLough, Millside.
E. d Staune, Millside.
.1. M. Lambert, Maple Leaf.
\V.  Morrison, Maple Leaf.
Joseph Ferrier, Fernle.
L. Patterson, Mount Lehman.
E. Hauser, Mount Lehman.
A. L. Ferguson, Port Haney.
G. B. Embrer, Ladner.
G. W. Porter, Ladner.
P. L. S. Lefroy, Ladner.
S.  Weaver,  Ladner.
W. J. Graham, Dawson.
A. W. aVIacLean, St. George, X. B.
Gulchon.
J.  Kingston  Smith,  Portland.
J. J. Ashton, Agassiz.
LACROSSE IN THE EAST.
Shamrocks
Nationals .
Cornwall 6
Capitals    3
Tecuniseh b
Montreal   4
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster,
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fcaciai, scalp, or body treatments given
in your owu home. Also manlcurlag.
For e"',Q<fement ring up A 3*in
Farm Loans
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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Many Seasonable Re
ductions This Week
Reductions are not made these days because goods are old stock, but l.ecaus
overstocks are in every department.    It will pay you to look these items of ours
up.   You will profit by buying at these prices.   We mention here a few specials
for this week.
A Special Reduction in
White Underskirts
Regular $2.25 and $2.50 for
$1.95
Four lines of ladies' fine cambric underskirts made with
more material and fullness than
any other makes. Around the
bottom is full frill edged with
Swiss cambric embroidery and
insertion. A dust frill is also
underneath the upper flounce;
nil lengths and sizes and we
guarantee every skirt perfect or
we will refund the purchase
price. On sale this week,
each  $1.95
Misses' White Pique
and Spotted Duck
Fine materials, perfect workmanship, styles as correct and
new as any ladies' skirt made.
These misses' skirts as much in
demand as any; lengths shown
are 31. to 36 inches. Each $2.00
to $2.50
Ladies Lustre
Shirt Waist Suits
$6.95 Each
Six  only,  cream    ;.��� | n;uv
lustre shirtwaist gull
to 40.    Each suit   Is ������. y,
made  from  fine  lustri skirts
are frill plaited and wal ���- are
made to correspond    In -:,|C.
Regular   price  $10.un  to $16.00.
On sale this wee]:, each ..$6.95
Two Special Displays of Hosiery
Two tables of high class hosiery which serve to show the extra values
on sale at all times. On one table is displayed special hosiery selling at
Loc per pair, with many reductions on all odd lines. On the other table is
displayed linos of hosiery at 50c per pair���hosiery which we have sold for
years at the same price and which our customers know are the best
values possible.    Many  reduced lines ns well as on this 50c table.
AT 25c PER PAIR���Boys, on this table are heavy ribbed cotion hosiery,
all sizes; boys' ribbed cashmere hosiery; girls' plain and lace cotton hosiery; children's socks, all colors; ladies' plain and ribbed cotton or cashmere hosiery. A special reduced line on this table is in ladies' 10c lai k
cotton. all one price, per pair 25c
AT 50c PER PAIR���on this table are ladies' black Bummer weigh!
cashmere, medium weight cashmere known as the Ideal. German lisle,
Swiss embroidered, fancy lace lisle; colored lace lisle; all colors; plain
colored cashmere (ladies or Misses), in tliis lot are included odd lines
ranging in price from 60c to 75c.   All one price, per pair 50c
^ 'I05IERY
Exceptional Values in
Children's Dresses
95c Each
AU sizes of children's crash
muslin, gingham or print
dn ises on sale this week at
this extremely low price considering the quality. Nothing
but the best English materials
enter into their makeup; all arc
neatly trimmed and they are not
sewn in a way that allows them
to fall to pieces the first tew
days. The girls clothing you
buy here is proof against any
such defect. Regular values
$1.00 in $1.35.
Dress Muslins and
fiiil!|ll[l!i)S
15c per yard
No store offers betti
a better assortmeni
is to be found in our wash ���     '���
section.    Special values in Oxford, ;��� i���'.i'������.*..- and gingh im
boys' blouses, English prints (in
new patterns), Scotch '/.- ;-!��� .
plain chambrays, cream    duck,
oatmeal cloth, etc.
450 yards Fancy Cotton
Delaines.   Ihis Week
10c per yard      ,
Small    lis; ur>
���
stripes, in go ���    .      ly del
Muslins in sever.,; ;
colorings are In this
Mosl appropriate   for   dxe sing      |
���    ��� '     or    children's    fn
Ri gular price  I2&c   an I   I i
All one  price this  woi h    i'�� r
yard   ioe
About Your
Summer Gloves
-Already We have become sold out of some lines of wash gloves __nd advices have reached us that ***'
cannot replace certain styles. . This does not bother us much as our stock is so large that we sometime-.
wonder whether we will sell all we have. That customers appreciate the immense selection is proven bj
statements made about our unusually large range. We carry dozens of special lines that you will have
difficulty in procuring elsewhere.
LADIES' LONG LISLE GLOVES���In white, black, grey, brown; per pair 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.26
Gin, LONG LACE LISLE���White and black only; per pair , 30c
LADIES' LONG SILK GLOVES���Plain finger tips;  per pair ��� .......85c to $1.60
LADIES' LONG SILK  GLOVES���White, black and colors; double fingertips; per pair $1.25, $1.50, $1.76
and
EXTRA  HEAVY SHOrt I" BLACK SILK  GLOVES-Pe
SHORT   LISLE  GLOVES���Per pair	
:iah
Fancy Lusters 25c
Per Yard
Twelve pieces only of colored
lustres in small checks and
figures, brown, navy, green and
black and white, only in the
lot. Just the proper weight
for bathing suits. Regular prices
35c to 50c. Special price, per
yard  25c
A Snap in Wash Skirts
Unequalled selections at $2.00
each. A popular price surely,
and extremely low for skirts ol
extra quality finished in the perfect style and manner peculiar
to our regular make of dress
skirts. Materials are duck,
pique, flancy striped and checked gingham, etc. Lengths 88,
38, .0 and 42 inches. All one
price, each   $2.00
.$2.00
 95c
.30c to 6Cc
New Summer Scarves
Known as the motor Bcarf,
made of fine, soft silk with l-l'���'*
dered ends and sides, navy and
white only, each $1-00
Boys' teddy bear belts 25c each
Regular Buster Brown style
with separate piece in front on
which is gilt teddy bear, colors
navy, cardinal and white.
Each 25c
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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