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 f bite, Shies & Co.
FIRS INSURANCE
^WESTMINSTER, B.C
VIBER 131.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.   THUR3DAt   MORNING, JUNE  I,  1908.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
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p b uriwg    I��� -���.     ��SI AND FAR EAST    QUEEN Of THE REDS
| A MM!    ttlLlbEHE�����CUSnAIPARKIONIGttT:  CANNOT HIRE A HALL
" ' i Celestial  Who  Assisted  Slave-w.fe  to I .  	
g|ue Ribbon of Turf Won by    Bwte sou: and Body to Linger    Lac],
gignorinetta,   in   Large
j.ield at Long Odds.
iduii.
been s
E Epsom
||I.rt'iit 1"
lune    3.���Lured    by   thr
half    the    hot ���
to run in    the    hlsortic
.���.in-, di !��� .i , osBible
crowd thai    ba
'.:..���:-
;������ .
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yi ars found It. wu;
ii .   Special trains from
In the provlni e   Lan
j | tousande of person
fcDown   early In the 'lay, while one
,i 5j   .ni trains lefl   th ��� vail-
rmlnais in London, cramm
location for the famous race com
|i, ;mi by highway made i;s
fcrt during the night and by _unrl.e
the uiotii >  throng was stretched out
lor mill-- along the thoroughfan s lead-
toto Epsom. The early starters were
joined a few hours later by  fashion-
table racegoers in coaches and   motor
(..:���   A      ture of the day was   lhe
unusual   pieponderance   cf    women,
rt.se lighi Bummer costumes gave a
brightness  to  the    road    proci
which ha.   ieen noticeable.
King Edwa   I and Queen Alexandra,
lite Prin ��� and Princess of Wales, tne
Duke  nd       hess of Connaught, ami I
.th.. i.   ibers of the   royal   famiij
went down by train.
The historic race Was won by    E.
fflnistrelles' Signortnetta, by   Chaleu-
Slgnorfna.   The Duke   ol |
Portland'.-   Primer   was    Becond    and
Uugwm  owned  by  Barclaj  Walker,
was third.   Eighteen horsea ran.   Th
letting on Signortnetta was    100   to
. : ���   "a Primer 49 to  l  against,
��� 'ii. 100 iii 8 tgalnst.
let   I ��� led to the ui.l" post, when
Belmont's   Norman   III.  drew
to tbe front,    The    American    horse,
rer, going down the    hi
Twenty Years in Pr.son.
rosse Match Promises to Butte   Hospitality   Is   Not
Juni      :    Lee    Wing
merchant   ol   0 klai
' ,:|������   ��� ' :; in I     dlty of
ter and tod ,  sentenced io
20   .������ irs   in      ���
���   ���' Wl :    cturned     mi China
ay a A .,
: wife. Tho
'   '     '      ��� Br ol
: '���'���    impi     .:      tlave
; thi   ,   .:  in . mion
'���* I i   S I., i    uni I V      i   i
bis rlghl to enter.   The i b ai  i
preter   ec ime  ini ttuated    with    the
girl and Wall believed be was to   be
* yo^'il y> China, wl lie the girl would
be  retained  by   the Interpreter,    six
weeks ago he  seven i th ���    woman's
'���'��� '���"'���  from her bod     with   a razor.
Chinese lawyers ana Tong men Mom
San Francisco visited bim in jail here
and began to spend large sums in his
di fence, but later abandoned him to
Ms fate.   Officials hoped to force the
man to reveal the secrets of the slave
runners bul failed, his lips apparent-
Be Fast   and Exciting���
Strong Teams Picked Out.
Extended to Famous Female Anarchist Leader.
EXHIBITION GAME IS
_.K_I) BUT. PAUL UA1B
���������'""""������c-riSr
Lacrosse Team Must Meet Shamrocks
In Second Half of July���No Other
Dates  Available.
ly being sealed by the tong.
ed his fa e stoically,
ll
PENNY POSTAGE GAINS
ANO.HER ADHERENT
Washington, June 3.���Postmaster-
General Meyei announces today that
:n agreement bas een reached with
ihe Brititsh government providing for
:, h tter postage of two cents an ounce
��� ���. i.'ii United Sta es tnd Gn al Britain and Ireland, to become eltectlvi
Oct. 1, L908. He stated farther tha;
the British postmaster-general was
v, i-   making a little announcement to tlie
R ginas vs. Sapperton ls the attraction ' Queens park this evening,
. a closelj contested struggle may
confidentially be expected pis the
boys are in fine fettle. The tapper-
ton team will make a strong effort to
win tonight's, game in order to demonstrate that it is to be considered
as a likely candidate for honors during the season which has only just
commenced. Several new men will hy
-un on the suburban's line-up this
evening, while the besl and speed.est
; layers who made good in the pre-
vious game will hold down their old
positions.
The Reginas will turn out with a
��� ...in that will make the other twelve
travel from start to finish. The result
of the game will depend to a great
extent on the shooting abilities of the
home men, as each is a-out equal
in checking and passing a'-lli*/. Sapperton has the advantage of weight,
while the Reginas should excel on
speedwork,
,':��� vt.- arc the teams over which C. !
Ij.     Peele    will    exercise,    czarlike
powers:
Reginas, Sajjperton.
H.  Gifford    Goal    Hume
O.  Peele  Point	
Butte, Mont., June 3.���Emma tloid-
ir ,n today wired Rev. Lewis J. Duncan, pastor of the First Unitarian
church, who incurred the ire of ilia
local ti. A. R. posl last week by invil-
Inj li. r *n speak In his church, that
she will arrive hert from Spokane toil   ii'nw night.
Her advance agent today tried to
hire the Auditorium, hut the city,
whose property it is, refused to rent
l< t.i her. All the theatres are full
and the police arc warning proprietors
of private halls not to rent them to
Miss Goldman. Mr. Duncan has not
withdrawn his offer and Miss Goldman
maj speak tomorrow night in the
Unitarian church.
bas
i he
tin
JAr/ui i��.1NG HARD TO
PREVENT EMIGRATION
SALMON'S BIG PRIZE IS
NOT COMING HERE THIS TIME
Robertson
Fletcher ..
Fitzgerald.
Mannering.
E. White .
.('over Point. .W. Patchell
.Kirs; Defence. .!���:. Spefers
Second Defence.V. Coutts
.Third Def.. Ai. Chambers
Over two hundred Westminster
plungers were bitterly disappointed
yesterday when it became known that
no telegram had been received by .1.
G. Gamon concerning the winners of
the three first prizes in Salmons
Stott Derby sweep, conducted at Victoria,
and for which tickets were drawn on
Tuesday evening under the supervision of the press representatives. It
lis Mr. Salmon's invariable custom   to
lied by Mountain Apple, Moun-
���  held the lead with Slgnorl-
Pt Irae and Llangwm in  a
tadance until a quarter mile from
tome, when Signortnetta cam" on
with ,i rush and romped home, the
''-������ 51 ol winners. Mountain Apple
��� ��� I   nth.
NORTHERN AFTER
SUBSIDY FROM GOVERNMENT
House of Commons today.
The matter of "penny postage," as it
is called m England, has heen under
consideration tor some time, and as
far back as last July President Roose-
Ivelt approved Mr, Meyer's course In
urging a "restricted union'1 with England. On Oct 1, 1907, the Universal
Postal union, which governs the inter-
rational iiostal transactions of the
various civilized countries, reduced
ii,,. rate of letter postage from _ cents
a half ounce to 3 cents.
Centre... .D. MacKenzie
A. Smith. .Third Ho.ne.K. MacKenzie
Morrison . -Sec. Home. .11. MacKenzie
Archibald ...First Home . ,B. (herr..
C Smith...Outside Bom��'. .V. Martin
A 11am  Inside Home ...W. Coutts
Spares;   Sapperton. G, Coulson and
li. Powers;  Reginas, Hagg "an.
PROTESTANT MINISTERS
JOIN CATHOLIC GHURGH
immediately notify the seller of the
three first prize winning tickets as
soon as the Der.by tesull is known.
, n I no buch message reaching Mr.
Gamon yesterday, ll Is evident thai
the lucl y Blips are not held by local
men. A list of all local winners of
the smaller prizes will be published
In tomorrow's News.
due Shamrock Lacrosse cluii
.\ ritten to 11. Ryall, secretarj o
.Ves minister Lacrosse club, tha
��� niy date open to play the Minto cup
"anus are from July 13 to August 1,
ami that the Saturdays between those
dati a are tilled. They ask for an early
decision. However, as Rev. .1. S.
Henderson, president of the local
club, is at tiie general asseml ly at
Winnipeg, an answer may not be si in
for sumo days.
There is also a very nattering letter on li. Ryall's file from the secretary of the Commercial club, of St.
Paul, supporting the invitation of Mr.
White on behalf of the Mohawk club
for the team to stay over, either on
their way east, or on the return, to
play an exhibition game in the Minnesota capital. As is already known,
tne management of the Calgary exhibition turned a similar proposition
down for various reasons, chief of
which was that Calgary was not a lacrosse town.
With reference to Saturday's match
U Victoria, the Capital officials want
a referee to be selected from the
heme town, and the request has been
granted, provided that Stanley Peele
is the official appointed. C. D. Peeli
will probably not travel with the
team on Friday.
Whether Winkler will lie permitted
to play for Vancouver against tha'
.Maple Leafs on Saturday depends on
the decision of the B. C. A. A. V"..
which mtvt.s tonight. The Leafs
claim he is guilty of professionalism,
and while, they may be able to prove
a breach of faith, having been brought
out to the coast by the Mount Pleasant club, it will be difficult to substantiate the extreme charge against
him.
Ambassador Declares His
Country Is Endeavoring
to Keep Coolies at Home.
Washing!' n. .lane 3.���That Japan is
making a sincere efforl to check emigration to this ijountrj was asserted
In an interview given out yesterday by
Baron Takahlra, 'he Japanese am-
. Bsador.
"Japan is taking all possible measures to stop emigration of laborers to
the United suites." said Takahlra.
"These newly adopted measures have,
how. ver, uot been in force a sufficient
length of time yet and so many matters may not he quite as well adjusted
as they will be in the near future.
"The United States government
n, ver questioned the sincerity of our
efforts in stopping the emigration of
our coolie laborers, though they have
rtirred up the press. 1 feel sure that
thc pleasant and cordial relations
which now exist between the United
States and Japan will not be marred,
but will continue indefinitely."
STRONG VANCOUVER TEAM
EASILY BEATS HOME ELEVEN
Local Wielders   of the   Willow   Lose
First  Home Game���Peers  Has
Good Bowling Average.
Mackenzie   &    Mann's    Road   Wants
Guarantee of Bonds and Money to
Build to Hudson Bay.
TAKE NO ACTION ON
THE SOUND RATE WAR
Ottawa, June 3,���ln conn
lhe project for the construction of a
railway line to Hudson bay, negotiations are now proceeding between the
government and the Canadian Northern railway by which the latter will,
it is said, receive a guarantee of bonds
;il)|! a substantial subsidy in aid of
:"' miles of the. line from the Pass on
'se Saskatchewan river to Churchill
on Hudson bay.
\ - irvey by Thlbaudeau, a govern-
mem . ngineer, lias alreadj established
<�����"    feasibility     of    the     route    and
ample   evidence   of the re-
nf the iiistr oi through whl< b
pass.
A survey party will set out iu a few
'������ '     10  lay oui   Churchill  townsite  on
a ���   side of the Churchill    river
'"'������'��� it discharges Into Hudson bay.
Victoria, June 3.���No action was
i *aken at the joint meeting of com-
I mitlces of the Victoria board of trade
ion with l.UM| ,]���. Seattle chamber of commerce,
yield this afternoon to discuss arbitration of the existing rate war diet ween
the International Steamship company
Hnd the Canadian Pacific railway.
President J. Pauline, of the Victoria
board  Of trade,  and    Messrs.
Lelser, Charles K. T��dd    ami
Ken represented the Victoria hoard of
rade   while J. S. Goldsmith,   .1-   T.
Hetreman ami J. H. Caldwell repre-
: ,,���,,!  (.he  Seattle chamber of com-
.1. w, Troup and B. J.
ihe Canadian  Pa-
idsbiia Green   tb*'
Simon
I),    lt.
un rec.    Capt,
Coyle  represented
i Iflc railway, an I
International Steamship company. The
,���;,:;,,.  was discussed  from all siand-
],���, n0 ncoiiini' Dilations what-
liimle.
Philadelphia, June 3.���Seven former
Protestant Episcopal clergymen knelt
together before Archbishop Ryan this
afternoon, and, after making profession of faith, were received into the
Roman Catholic church. The ceremony took place in th
chapel.
POLICE BREAK IN ON
QUIET FAN TAN GAME
At the Police court this morning
there will come up three Chinamen,
Ah Sin, Ah San and another, who were
playing fan-tan in a small hack room
at Mclnnes stieet when Chief .Mclu-
oathednal I t08jj unexpectedly came on the scene
| last   night.    There were    the     usual
All  the  seven will  study    for    the  gambling  accessories,   an
priesthood.    Thev  are    Dr.   William I
i   ���
McGarvey, former rector of burnt i
Idlizabeths church; Rev. Maurice L.
Cowl. Rev. William L. Halward and
Rev. William 11. McClellan, former assistants at Saint Elizabeths; Rev.
Ddgar N. Cowan, Of Milwaukee; Rev.
Charles Howies and Rev. Otto W.
Qromell, of Chicago.
The ceremony was witnessed by
only a few persons. Tomorrow morning the seven will receive their first
communion at the hands of Archbishop Ryan.
INDIANS   PRESET  THEIR
GRIEVANCES TO OLIVER
gambling
will be the nature of thecharge laid
against them at the court. No white
nun were present, this being a game
peculiar to the wily Celestial alone.
The energetic measures of the police
in seeking toput a stop to gambling
in the local Chinatown will be supported by the good sense of the com
I'.nmity at large.
PRICE OF BEER IS
MUNICIPAL   ISSUE
points,
over wi
Winnipeg to sell
bonds for million
Winnipeg, June 3.���A meeting of
the power committee will be held to-
l,||> when a motion will be made to
Place $1,000,000 worth or power debentures on tho market. Half a mil-
1 "" dollars has already been spent on
the scheme to bring in power trom
'he Winnipeg river, but the work was
���topped for want, of funds. It is now
l-roposed to go ahead .v.th the work
'-I  push  it  to completion.
First  Death  in   Prince  Rupert,
for two years Prince Rupert hud an
unbroken record of no deaths and no
���icknesB, although during the time as
high as 600 men, women and children ia
'threi
CUNARDERS WIN  A
SUBSIDY  OF $750,000
New Vork. June 3.-The gigantic
lurblne steamers Lusltanla and Maure-
tanla have earned lor the Cunard
Steamship company an annual subsidy
of $750 000 According to a cable message from Liverpool, received today by
the New York representatives of the
Cunard line that the British govern-
U1eut announced in parliament yesterday that the two great steamers had
flllfi,,;,, .,11 conditions of the subsidy
agreement
tave lived there
' "tied on Wednesday
1   Dalghren, who arrived   there
Children's Sale of Work.
\ sale of work will be held at the
K' of P   hall on Saturday afternoon
and evening in connection with   the
jtWlng classes which Have been held
t ���u.  industrial school  lor the past
months for the .benefit of   the
oit.iv.a, June 3.- Tbe dopu a on of
',',. C. Indian chiefs arrived In fe last
nght. They Interviewed Hou. Prank
Oliver this afternoon and presented
thelr grievances. Tiny were assured
thai tbe government here would pro-
Led their timber rights on their
reservations. On the question of giving greater freedom for Ashing and
hunting by the relaxation of the present regulations, they were told lhat
the issue as to provincial or federal
control of Indian lands in the province of British Columbia would be decided by the privy council.
Tlie government would carefully
consider all their requests.
HILL PROMISES EARLY
COMPLETION  OF   LINES
i   ...   ,.���., .......    The first death 00-, ""T"-^ tlin(1.    An interesting
hv the children.
May 21.
rogrart will be given by
outfit.! Many useful articles will be for sale
-���led of consumption. He was i native ,1 *?^***��^f��Zf*A
.i  ^.,.,. ���,   .r, .-on... of aire.    He  menls and ice cieant v."t
'���'.l n with Btewart'i railway
Swi den :inl 30 year., ol age,
urlel hi .let. .'.*atla.
The sale commences a
3 o'clock.
Winnipeg, June 8.���At a meeting of
Saskatoon, Sask., board of trade last
night Delegate Luwson reported the
results of hi�� trip to St. Paul to Interview .1. .1. Hill re the extension of
��� he Great Northern system to Western
Canada. Mr. Hill stated his Intention
to extend the system to the northern
part of Saskatchewan and Alberta as
soon as the gaps were closed In BriU
ish Columbia and the Hm? btrlt from
Winnipeg to Calgary.   Mr. Hill. will
Spokane, dune 3.���The town of New
port  leads the list    of western    communities In strange campaign  issues,
with its live-cent beer plank In   the
municipal election.
Until last summer the price of beer
in Newport was ten cents ;i glass.
Then,    however,     some    ��nterprlsing
saloonkeeper opened a resort a d sold
the amber ibrew for a alpkel a nia*^.
resisting all arguments of the. old-
timers that he "fall in line" and
charge a dime.
Finally the question became a political one, and the municipal election
battle raged around the price of beer,
When election time came the "cheap
men" won, and now. according to law.
the uniform price ot beer In '������<* t"*11
Is five cents a glass.
CLAIM FOR THIRD SHARE
IN PITT RIVER QUARRIES
Only a few interested parties
gathered in Mr. Justice Morrison's
court jesterday to hear the case of
K. .). Coulthard vs. T. F. Sinclair, a
suit for the recovery of a sum of nearly $l70ii, a third of the amount received by defendant from the Dominion governmenl for stone taken from
the Pitt river quarries. G. K. Martin
appeared for plaintiff, and R. L. Reid,
K.C., of Vancouver, for the defence.
The case was of an intricate, character. The plaintiff relied on an
agreement, under which he w>is to
pay one-third of the costs of establishing Hie, but admitted he had not
paid towards its promotion for some
period, while it was agreed that Sinclair had spent much money in proving bis title, bttt a legal question rose
whether that money had been spent
on proving title, or on the property.
For defendant Mr. Reld contended
that Coulthard had backed out of the
deal, and then finding Sinclair was to
be paid for ihe property, desir-M to
get a share coming to him under
agreement. Judgment will be g ven
later.
As was expected, the eleven sent
over by the Vancouver Cricket club
had an easy task yesterday at Queens
park, and knocked up 171. declaring
with nine wickets down. The home
captain took eight wickets for 65 runs,
bowling 27 overs, of which lour were
maidens. The other howlers were
Waiteley, May. Rowe and Malins.
When the home team went in to bat
throughout they faced the bowling of
Crosstleld and Hodges, but only Whito-
ley reached double figures. The scores
w ere:
Vancouver.
J. W. Armitage, l.b.w	
C. Lambert c E. Rowe b Peers
F. Crickmay b Peers	
W. H. Crossfield b Peers 	
R. F. Faulder b Whiteley       1
C. Nelson b Peers      9
\V. Hodges, not out     25
K. W. Sterling c'Oddy b Piers     0
M. Woods c Cooke b Peers     2
W. .1. Cook c Lashmar b Peers ...    4
R. Gordon, not out      1
Extras   15
Total  (innings declared closed) 171
New Westminster.
O. S. Cooke b Crossfield    2
A. Malins h Hodges  	
P. C. Lashmar c Cooke b Hodges.
73
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WORK COMMENCES ON
GREAT POWER PLANT
Spokane, June 3.��� vVork on a gigantic power'plant, costing from $500,(H)0
lo $1,000,000, hus been started by the
Washington Water Power company at
Little Ffllls, on the Spokane river,
nenr Reardan, Wash. A head of slxty-
��*lght feet wlll be secured and 20,000
horse power developed, the task requiring nearly two years. This will
glw the company a total of 61,000
horse power at its three water power
plants, besides a 20,000 horse power
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F. .1. Peers b Crossfield     1
W. Whiteley c Lambert b Hodges.. 10
A. Rowe b Hodges        2
T. Rowe c Gordon b Hodgo.  ...
0. Purvis b Hodges 	
ti. Oddy c Nelson b Crossfield
W. .1. May b Crossfield	
Coates.  not  ont   	
Extras	
AMERICAN  SURVEYORS
KILLED  BY  MOROS
Manila, June. 3. News that H.rry
lends, a government mining expert,
and hla companton were killed by
Morns on April 1 while asleep In m
hut has Just been received hero, lckts
was engaged In general survey work
and waa accompanied by one guard.
While sleeping in a hut' lu a lemote
section of the mountains the two men
were murdered by two Moros,
brothers, whose father was killed fifteen years ego by Spaniards, it ls
expected that the Moros killed let-laud bit guard In revenge against the
whites for killing their father. Ickis'
home was in (.tvston. la.
To al
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visit Western Cansda this summer,     ^earn p'ant reserved for emergencies. I yards
Decrease in Panama Excavation.
Washington, June 3.���A falling off
of over a lialf million cubic yards In
excavation on the Isthmian canal for
May as compared with April Is shown
in a dispatch received at the canal
commission today from Engineer
Goethals. The decrease Is attributed
mainly to great rainfalls. The May
excavation  ras but    2,703.9""    <utble
PUBLIC DEBT INCREASES
ELEVEN MILLIONS IN MAY
Washington, June 3.���The monthly
.taU-ineni of the public debt showa
that at tho. close ot business May 30,
11.08, the debt, less cash in the trf**.-
Ury, amounted to $936,338,615, an increase for the month ot $11,171,37��.
The cash in tine treasury is classified
as follows: Gold reserve, $150,000,000;
trust funds, $t,.104,S,.4,869; general
find, $195,416,801; in national bank
depositaries $164,912,410; In Philippine treasury, $2.451,9.2; total, $1,817,-
636,025, against which there are demand Unbllltles outstanding amounting to $1,426,702,769, which leaves ���
caRh balance In Ihe treasury of $390,-
93:1,255. The cash in the treasury *e^
creased during the month $10,663,75,1.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
'TArs Is My 65th Birthday"
Charles Conrad Abbott.
Charles Conrad Abbott, noted as a na-uralist and archaeologist,
was born .June 4, 1843, at Trenton, X. ,J. In 1865 he was graduated
from the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania, but
has never practiced his profession. He served as a private in the
Union army, and [or a brief period previous to 1S72 he was engaged
as a manufacturing chem'st Since that time he has devoted himself
wholly to scientific pursuits. He has ninny discoveries in local zoology to his credit and he has al-so written many looks on archoeo-
logical and biological subjects. As an assistant of the Pea'aody
Museum of Archaeological and Ethnology, he discovered irrefutable
evidence of the one-time presence of man in Delaware valley early in,
**��    if not previous to, the GLacial period.
THURSDAY
J'JNE
1908.
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P. .1.  Hall, Victoria.
W.  F.  Edmonds. Portland.
C. M. Lindsay, Toronto.
VV. H. Morrison, Vancouver.
W. S. Cameron, Vancouver.
Milton  VV. Moore, Seattle.
F. .Mclntyre, Vancouver.
Charles  Welsh.  Midland  City,  Mich
A. Morrison, Vancouver.
G. Berrldge, Vancouver.
W. E. Herger, Vancouver.
VV. C. Addison, Vancouver.
R. A. Suited, Toronto.
Windsor.
Leon Barton, Bellingham.
.lames Ingall. Chilliwack.
C. R. Barton, Bellingham.
L. Kushon, Vancouver.
R. Whelan. Glenville.
A. Smith, Vancouver.
,/. W. Gilbert, Vancouver.
| Wanted -:- Lost -^found j
j for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. j
: 16:_ G
1738
1829-
1862-
1SS5-
1*_S6-
This Date in History.
JUNE 4.
���Podtocanvro, the celebrated
viceroy of Mt sdco and Peru,
born in .Madrid. Died in Lima,
Sept. .tj, 1705.
���George III. of Englnad born.
Died .Ian. 29, 1820,
���Indian massacre al Port, Mackinaw, Mich.
���Independence declared by Belgian provinces.
���Treaty of peace concluded between United States and Tripoli.
-United States steam frigate Ful-
tou  blown   up  at   -N'ew   York,
between thirty and forty per-j
sons killed.
-Port Pillow, Tenn., evacuated
by General Beauregard.
-Ferdinand Ward, of the suspended firm of Grant & Ward,
indicted.
-Electrical death bill signed hy
Governor Hill of Xew York.
One package White Swan washing
powder with 2 packages White
Swan Soap for ...       50c
Take advantage of this special offer; it won't last long!
ADAMS & DEANS i
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery ���
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' FOR SALE..... I
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we^will   *
X deliver to any part of the city. t<
| C. WILLIAMS 1
__ *
; Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333  2
*-,*���**<.************. *********************************;
|     COMPANY, L,miteJ
I WHOLESALE
I and   RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
|   PKone 101
Phone 101
SCOTS.UAX���Aged 33, well educated,
energetic, thoroughly reliable, excellent reference, Canadian and old
country; wiil he glad of any kind of
work.    "Scot," Daily News.
FELINE FISHERS.
AU
POR SALE���Six room modern house,
ful! sized basement, on cement
foundation, on one of the most
beautifully situated lots in the city,
it being the third lot east of Sixth
street on the north side of Fourth
avenue. Price ?2,J00; terms, $300
cash, balance to suit purchaser.
Look through this
Cat*  Apparently   \re   Not   AfrnH
Of   thc   Water.
Judging from my experience, cats,
when living near water, arc gener.i'ily
fond of fishing. I have personally
known three feline fi.hers. One was a
more acquaintance niitl used to fish In
a trout stream. The other two lived
with us and during the summer
months used to fish in the lake nearly
every evening. They would crouch or
the shore and suddenly jump into an
advancing wavelet, very frequently
bringing out a small fi.-ib. When thej
bad kittens, I have sometimes seen
them bring up to the house three Osb
house and if you , -��� -b w *���<���* ���-"<->
think favorable of it write me ami I ln the sPace ��f nn hoar-
I   will   call   upon    you.    Thos. W. L.1 1���0WI0'a cat- Wth0Se b?me' W"UJ
, .,,   ,��������� ��� .   ,,      i Westmorland, close to a stream, that
Hemph.il, 1331  Hams street,   Van- ��� _..a_ fl Kgu]M fln(J accompIlshed flsher
couver. j gue Vvas a half Persian.   Her d*augl_-
ter belongs tb friends of mine, and I
have myself seen this Jatter watching
restaurant, Columbia   the goldfish in the children's aquarium,
WANTED���Girl
Apply Kenny's
street.
for   restaurant worl
WANTED���Girl for general housework.    Apply G., Daily News office.
LOST���Between Central Park and the
I. O. 0. P. cemetery, brown cloth
overcoat. Liier.al reward for return
to Daily Xews Office.
which _
top find on a broad wiudow'seat." Puss
Put in one paw and stirred the wflter
violently, then sat down to watch with I
apparent satisfaction the terror of the
WESTMINSTER Realty
. -      ..     .-.a.     i_aH-l      Wl      lilt-
fish, whicb she could not on that occasion reach. Once the family found she
bad caught mie and killed a second, so
the aquarium wus afterward always
I covered by wire or net. One of this
- ���   cat's kitteas belonged to me and was j
aud Employ- j for her short life of under a year very
First
opera
and    Third
Vlease return to Xew
EATS
streets.
,.���.,     mt uer snort life of under a year verj
ment Agency, 206 Columbia street,   dependent ou  human   companionship.
Furnish  male   an.l   female help   to   She came "P t0 mT bedroom frequently
__,���,.i. ,._.., ...   ,.,....    .......        ,f        the first tiling In the morning and al-
employers at short notice, and free "   ,     b  . ,  .       . .,    r: ,
ways took great interest in the wash-
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 1)22. ; hand batfn) f,.om wb|ch 8f)e wou)d (isU
~ I out the sponge or soap, and liked to
LOST���Pair of gold rimmed    glasses, have her paw in tI)e  water.   Sne ha(1
between one��� liouse and corner of   to  be  kept out of  the  bathroom,   as
Finder i more than once she deliberately jump
j ed into the hath when it had in it 11
. ! depth of two or three inches of water.
I If this daughter and granddaughter of
I the original Usher bad lived near wa-
I ter, I think the fishing Instinct wonld !
| have developed, as the three genera- !
j tions all showed a fondness f.ir tills ���!
clement, which cats, as a rule, nre sup
I posed to avoid.���London Spectator.
office
************* **C* ********* *******************+aa4m
I Fruit Ranches
Ten acnes 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; splendid
soil and good water.    Price $1200.    Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE -anj INSURANCE
COAL
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths'
BEST   QUALITY
BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box   3 43
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT Of SIXTH.
'Phone   105
NEW WESW1
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER. I
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
retrlmmed at 1S7 Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Keep full supply of trimmings.
Mail Service
R. train at 8:35
Tj-IARM HANDS, SAW .MILL HELP
���*��� skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, ,.06 Cor-
��d<wa  west. Vancouver, B. C.    Phone
am.
WANTED���PUPILS   (EVE.M.VOS) j
in    English sui'
Return malls received at 1.10 p. in.
Burnaby    Lake.    Return    mail    at
3 p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, Id, m.:
To southern    points,    dally excepi
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. tn.
Regular sailings  between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and  CHILLI-      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
WACK, j     BOOKING TO   AND   PROM   ANY
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley, i POINTS   IN   THE   OLD   COUNTRY
Mission and way ports, with pas-     ! CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF-
sengers and   freight. I """*"
Leaves    Brackmaa  &   Ker    wharf,!        Da
Xew  Westminster,   Tuesday.,  Thurs-      June 20.
| FICE.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Next   sailings   of   the   Empresses
tbraa
aclence, mathematics.
bjects,  classics
P-nx 4S7. citv.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEELEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P.O.Box  885.
pOOKSLEY'S
T_wr! Wo��M too OU It?
"Here   Is   a   man   who   went
months without food."
"Three months without food!"
"Yes, he only bad hotel fare ln all
tbat tlui-t."
Making It Easy.
Pict
are
POSTCARDS
Dispatched by C. jj ^^^^^
a. m.; close 8 a. m.
I    Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon
daily.
; Millside Xo. 1, dally except Sun-
J day; Sapperton No. 1, daily exca-pt
(Sunday. Mails Received at <*.:35 p.m.
J Dispatched by B. C. Electric rallwa)
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver,  No.   1,  dallyexcept Sun
days.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Dispatched by G..\.H. train. 8 45 a.ru..
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, roi*l _CeIU,
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord,  Blaiiie  and   Seattle   (all   points
in   Washington  and  south,    also  all _^_^_
points  in eastern  states)     daily  ex-j Agent for th'e celebrated SoutU Bend
cept Sunday.    Return malls received i watches, supplied   to   thf.   w-n-.���
at    3.30    p.m.    Bonnm^ *������������������ ���-��� ' -      *
and Saturdays
IF. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Tw* door,  from   C. Adam., Croc..
days and Saturday at 8 a- m.
Loaves  Chilliwack  Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 ��. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAF CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
R. AVIHTMOKF, .Secretary.
For  other dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED.   GOULET,
C. P. R. A��en'
LAiND REGISTRY  ACT.
Westminster
Transfer Co
i
Ladles'Gold Watcnes trom ��12.7$up
jffgjg*   Silver   water--*    open
casee!t&?D8,,Ver WatCnea'  *""*
Bonacon, Wednesda^lA^lxSr   VJ^ffi^
M.
ARE  NOW  ON SALE  AT
MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE.
J. C. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
F.  MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
"JenUs' large family of daughters are
all married."
"Yes. lie made it u point ta hart
gout during the courting period."
VhyJ
The fountains of the mighty deep
Aio brcakinB up, they say.
But why should we In sorrow WM)
Or let our hair turn gray?
The airship builder's now on deck.        (
Ami blithely through the air j
We'll race nwuy, and neck and MWk
"'ell ��piJt Ui�� aUnosphar*
Clayton,   Tuesdays and   Thursday.-.,
I Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
, Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   Sa.ur-
l days.   Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
; Dispatched by B. C. Electric rullwiy,
10:30 a. rn-:
Vancouver No.  2;   Victoria, No   1:
j Central   Park,   daily   except  Sunday.
, Return mail received at. 3 p.m.
���Dispatched by carrier 12*00 noon:
Timberland, Strawberry Hill.   Tues-
days and Fridays.   Return    mails   re-1
ceived Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver, I
except Sun bury.
Sunhurry,      Mondays,    Wednesdays
p.nd Fridays;   leaves 11  a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday.
! Watch
! able.
���,   - ���-���***   wiv...
repairing;    enarges
reason
60   YEARS'
.EXPERIENCE
ite the southeast q,u.\, __ .��� oi s.ci.oti
township 2, Sew WtMtualnater d
trict.
A certificate of indefeasible title
the above property will be issued
���James G. Smith on tha fourth day
Juno, 1D0S, unless in the meantime
valid objection thereto bo made to me
in   writing  by  a person    or persona
cialming an estate or Interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New  Wes:minster, B.C., May 2, 1'tOH.
Office 'Phone T85.      Barn  'Phone 137
>.' Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
J OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Northern
Zfic
-j-- Marks
^^^^^^^ DesiGNs
Anyone Rending ��� _het. i, 2STTOI5.VJ?1 *C"
aui-kiv ___)��___? ",VSa2,5_a_??'<'nptt()n m.j
��� Ml
lot.
utiMita
���Attuunotir*, without oh��r(,o, in the      ,u***"7��
Scientific Untcricati
CVll
Can.
���r
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property arc requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 2G, 1881���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr- |
whitt Drake,  Robert  Edwin    Jackson
and Harry Dallas Ilelinckon, mortgage
in fee.
January 9, JSS6���Montague William
Tyrwhitt Drake, Harry Dallas Ilel-
nicken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PBAR30N,
'   '���" Agent
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electnc-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent .Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANj_i ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  on   sale    to  all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rate��   Round   Trip
Ratea  to  Southern   California.
For full Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ora TH
URSD^'
JUNE 4, 1908.
THE 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
The -
ROYAL BANK ^ANADA
y0U to join the large number of satisfied Depositors
INTERE.ST ADDED . TIMES A YEAR.
pu1 r,0ur money where it i.i accessible whi n von require  it
BANKING BY MA!!. A SPECIAI TV
���     STA IU NOW���DON'T ! IELAY.    '
NEW Westminster Branch.     p. B   LYLE,   Mgr.
TRY...
The latest Thirst Quenchei
. ��-���
M
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES   TESTED   f REE
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
i
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining, j
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
While they make a
specialty of snappy
clothes for young men
and have a splendi-.
reputation for this class
of good?, the makers
of
20th Century
Brand
line tailored garments
for men can dress older
and stouter men to perfection. For example
look at the model shown
on the left.
THE
I
, Wardrobe Clothier I
J
IS THE SOLE AGENT IN NEW WESTMINSTER.
Remove An  Eyesore
Telephone 12.
Nothing gives a bright residence a
oreater 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 Brummel garden, instead
of one looking for ali 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,
<ind easiest ball bearing mowers yet invented,  and  we   respectfully  solicit
your critjeal inspection,
We have garden tools and implements  in  stock  calculated to  satisfy
the most fastidious, and economical buyers.   Also an extensive stock of Bee
New Westminster } '  supplies.
WHEN  BOSTON  SHOOK.
An Earthquake That Rocked tha Ct*f*
November,  1755.
On Novunber 18, 175.r>, "a little after
4 on a serene aud pleasant nlgbt,"
Boston was roused by an earthquake
whicb tasted nearly five minutes. *.
writer of the times gives an account
Of the catastrophe, and He" Henry
White quotes lt in Ills "Early History
of New England:"
One hundred chimneys were leveled
to the roofs of the houses and fifteen
hundred were shattered in part. Tho
streets were covered with bricks which
had fallen. The ends of brick houses
were thrown down.
It was first Introduced with a noise
like several coaches rattling over pavements, or rather like many curt loads
of paving stones thrown down. The
first motion was a strong pulsation,
which threw my house upward. Immediately after a tremor succeeded;
then Instantly a quick vibration with
sudden jerks followed.
The first view I had was of the
steeples of the churches, and I was
glad to see them standing, but the
spindle and vane of Faaieull Hall
market were thrown down.
Many persons rau Into the streets,
shriek ing with apprehension of Its being tbe last day or the Judgment, and
some thought they heard the last
trumpet sounding and cried for mercy.
The beast creatures lowed, the birds
fluttered In surprise, and all the animal creation was filled with terror.
Every face looked ghastly, and many
knees smote together. Never was such
a scene of disaster In New England before.
GILLETTS
ABS01UTELT PURE
CREAM
Nearly alt goods in this line at th.
present (/..ears adulterated and ia
fact unfit to ust.
GILLETTS is used by tha best bakers mod
caterers everywhere.
REFUSE    SUBSTITUTES.
CILLETT'S costs no more than the inferior
adulterated goods.
BEFUSE    SUBSTITUTE*.
E.W.GILLETTffffrftK
TORONTO.ONT.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B. C-
P.O. Box 474.       Tel. 53.       Res. 429
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
DON'T  BORROW  MEDICINE.   IjRQN    WORKS
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,100,000.0"
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
e-.nches throughout Canada aud New toundland, and In London, England,
New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and -Mexico City. A Oen-
eral Banking Business Transac  irt.
L��tter�� of Credit Issued, available witl, correspondents In all Darts of the
World.
���avlngi Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cect per annum (present rate) added
four timet a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
V_W  WI38TMINSTER BRANC   H ��. D- BRYMNER. Manage
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
HARDWARE,  ETC.
COLUMBIA  STREET
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
Grand Trunk Ry.
���.
i
i  Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago. London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centeisof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and!
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim** Tables, etc., ad&ress
GEO.  W. VA_X
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.- Chicago, 111.
CUSTOMS   SALE
Under Instructions from Angus
Munn, Esq., collector, 1 will sell by
PUBLIC AUCTION at the Customs
Warehouse, this city, on
FRIDAY, June 5,1908
at 2 o'clock, p.m., various lots of
abandoned, unclaimed and seize.l
goods, as per lists to be seen at Customs House, and at the Agent's Office
of the C. P. R., G. N. R., Dominion Express Co., and Great Northern Express
Co.
Terms and conditions made known
at sale.
T. J. TRAPP, Auctioneer.
New Westminster, B.C., May 23, 190S.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333,
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
F*ASER RIVER TANNERY
Trains & Steamers |
C.P.R.  MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
i 15:15, 17:20. 18:40. j
Arrive New Westminster 10:25, j
12:45. 16:30. 18:25. 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12: .Iy
leaves 15:15. I
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY, j
Lt. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m. ]
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m. I
p.m. |
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVBR.
Leave New Westminster i>:o0, 6:20, j
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lt. Vancouver tor Weatminater at
5:60, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
-.      n ���    .  i   r    _      if V.. W. ft Y.-VANCOUVER
The Oriental Contract to.   lt. n. w. s p. m. and ���.���� p.��.
nc  uikiiiui  v lt. Vancouver 8.36 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
ar
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O,
Box 545.
**m* �������������������� '""I
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NBVVf
U YOU War. a Situation,
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day la the Ye_t
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest snd best ideas
lor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas> the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
i6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
ear. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7ao Second Avenue. Seattle, W*sh
Physician Points aut the Grave Danger !
ef Such a Couraa.
"And whatever you do," said a doc- I
tor to a poor patient, "don't take any |
borrowed medicine."
"Wasn't  that  an   unnecessary  cau- i
tion?" asked a woman who happened
to be present.
"Not In this neighborhood," said the
doctor. "It ls a common thing for people down here to lend medicine. They
do it, of course, to help each other
along. So far as I know, no one has
paid the penalty of this neighborly
kindness with his life, but lt is the j
greatest wonder ln the world that one-
half the people In the neighborhood
hasn't poisoned the other half.
"Tho first thing a sick person dot's Is
to describe his symptoms to his friends.
He is pretty sure to find somebody iu
the crowd who has been afflicted with
apparently the same ailment. Usually
the former patient has some of the
medicine left and straightway lt 'U
proffered as a possible cure.
" 'You might Just as well hove it,'
says the kindly neighbor. Tt will be
pretty sure to help you and will save
doctor's bills.'
"Of course it doesn't do anything of
the kind. Nine times out of ten the
stuff taken was prescribed for an entirely different ailment and makes the
patient worse than he was ln the beginning, but until the altruistic spirit results in some serious accident the practice is likely to centlnue."���New York
Press.
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Crest-
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine,Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   -   New Westminster
MAIL CONTRACT
The Chatty English.
Every Englishman likes to be alone
snd have things to himself. If be cannot choose his company, he would rather have none. Englishmen are proud
jf the national idiosyncrasy, yet here
comes one who, knowing all this, pays
lt no deference, but sets tbe national
tradition at defiance and forcea bla Intrusive presence on you. Why does
this denationalized Englishman, when
be may be as solitary as you wish to
be yourself, not act as every true Englishman ought and go Into the next
carriage or take a seat at the other
side of the room as far away as ha
can get from you? By all acknowledged laws of English Intercourse he
ought as much to dislike being near
you as you dislike to be near him.���
London Saturday Review.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed (.<*>
i the Postmaster-General, will be re-
! ceivted at Ottawa until Noon, on Fri-
jday, the Nineteenth June, for the eon-
i veyance of His Majesty's Mails, on a
I proposed contract for four years, six
times per week each way, between the
; proposed post office at Dundonald and
Gilley Station, B. C. Electric Railway,
'during the Postmaster-General's pleas-
| ure.
!    Printed notices containing    further
Information as to conditions of   pro-
, posed contract may be seen and blank
'��� forms of tender may be obtained at
] the  post office of New Westminster ���
and from Mr. J. Wollard at Dundonald,
and at the office of the Post Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Ipspector
Post Office Inspectors   Office,   Vancouver, B. C, 8th May. 1908.
Miraculous Cures.
Reginald of Durham, who wrote a
chronicle some time before 1195, asserts that a young Eugllsh nobleman
was cured of leprosy at the shrine of
St. Cuthbert ln Durham cathedral and
that a young woman who had beeu for
the space of three years an Inmate of
a large hospital established at Badele,
near Darlington, lu the diocese of
Durham, was miraculously healed at
the shrine of St Oodrlc at Flnchdale
ln the presence of Ralph Haget, sheriff of the county, nnd Normnn, parish
priest of Halltune.���St. lames' Gazette.
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It Didn't Break.
A little (irt held a mirror up before
a visitor's face and asked, "Do you mm
yourself In UT"
"Yes, my darling."
"Art yon quite surer
"Yes.   Why should I notr
"Becauae I heard mamma say the
other day that if you ever peeped
Into a looking glass you'd smash It all
Into tiny little bits!"
Ha Could Oadg*.
"There's nothing alow about Jones,"
he aald reflectively.
Tbe other laughed scornfully.
"I guess you never loaned him any
money," he said.
"Oh, yes, I have," replied the first
speaker. "That's what made me apeak
that way. I loaned him $10 six months
ago, and I haven't been able to catch
him since."
She Got a New One.
"I've stopped asking people if my
bonnet Is on straight." The Husband
-Why, ray dear? The Wife���I love
you too much. John, to disgrace yon by
calling a body's attention to an ��M
bonnet like this.���London Tit
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. SheppardRy. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, 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 witKi
<tage ("lily for Republic. ,
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November   io,
.901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9-ao i.ib Spokane MS p.m.
13.25 P-m Rossland ...'.4.IO pJ��v
o 40 a.m Nelson 6.45 pm
H. A. JACKSON.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at then-
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New  Westminster, B   C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1908.
THE  HODGINS CHARGES.
We feel sorry for tho. disappointed
Tories who have had ^tiieir hopes
raised so high by the gallant Major
only to have raem shattered by his
evidence before the special committee
of the House of Commons now Investigating bis *wil'o' the wisp." His own
evidence knocks the pins from under
iiim and leaves the Opposition more
hopeli ss and helpless than when he
appeared on the horizon, the one star
that was lo carry them to victory, for
the real scandal he was supposed to
be in possession of simmers down to
mere hearsay and he has not in his
possession one scintilla of evidence
on which to prove the charges the
Tory press pui into his mouth,
Here is his evidence before the
special committee on .May 21:
Examined by Mr. Charles Murphy,
counsel for the Transcontinental Commission, the -Major said that much of
iiis Information came from his assis:-
ant engineer, Mr. He.ainan. the latter.
however, after taking service with the
C. T. P. had declined to hand out any
more information. "He did not tell
me as much as I wanted to know,"
remarked the .Major. He had been
furnished with a notebook containing
some Held notes made by Mr. Heaman,
and on the sole authority of these
notes one or two of cue charges of
over-classification had been made.
Major Hodgins, although at one
time implicating all the commissioners
with reference to changes in the
classifications, narrowed them down to
Messrs. Reid and Young. Mr. Parent
and Mr. Mclsaac, he said, had never
mentioned the matter. .Major Hodgins
further admitted tiiat in his statements as to saving on the contracts
lie had only been guided by inspecting
the plans. He further stated that he
had destroyed some of the letters he
had received from Mr. Heaman in
reference to the work in district "F."
These letters he had destroyed in
Toronto while on his way to attend
the  present investigation.
"Can you tell us what took place at
the interview between you and Commissioner Reld in Winnipeg ?" asked
Mr. .Murphy.
"Only my impressions. I cannot be
expected to repeat the interview yer-
batlm."
Mr. Macdonald���You must have had
something moiy than impressions before you wrote letters to tlie press
making these charges.
"Was there any talk about classification at your Interview with Mr.
Reld ?" asked -Mr. Murphv,
"i 'old Mr. Reid th.n there was a
lot of talk about classification, i.ui
that it was no: a very extensive matter," .-ui,l .Major Hodgins. He did not
remember Mr. Reid telling h.m to report any engineers who were not doing their work to his satisfaction.
Q.���There was no suggestion of an
improper kind made by Commissioner
Reid V    ...���No.
Q.���You said if you could nol get
satisfaction from the commissioner
yon would appea] to Sir Wilfrid
Laurier; did you ever appeal ? A.���No.
Q.���Vou also say iu your charges
U:at. Hon, S. N. Patent got in first and
uypnotazed the Government. How do
you know that ? A.���From what 1 saw
in the papers.
Q.���Have you any knowledge of .Mr.
Parent exercising any influence cou-
j_j ary to you ?   A.���No.
aQ.��� Vou say that you were removed
for "other reasons," and that no investigation In your case was allowed.
Who declined the investigation ? A.���
The Minister of Railways. I also applied io Mr. Conniee for an investigation as to thy classification.
Major Hodgins said he had an interview with Mr. Conmee in Kenora in
September last year. He asked Mr.
Conmee for advice. He then got busy
and made efforts to retain his position,
as he understood Sir Wilfrid Laurier
had declined to interfere. Mr. Poulin
was then apiwlflted to supersede him.
Referring to a trip to Quebec, Major
Hodgins said in his letter to the press
he did not intend to convey that he
v.ent alone. But he was surprised to
see other district engineers present.
He had determined not to allow the
Quebec classification to be ipt reduced
in the west so long as he was in
charge.
Mr. Murphy read from a report of
Major Hodgins, dated July 31 last, in
which he said: "Classification is not
a serious matter. In my opinion, and
in that of .Messrs. McArthur and
H&zelwood, the classifications are fair,
and, with the exception of one or two
cuttings, there Is no d'spu'e.   Classi
fication should be left to the judgment
of the resident engineers. All the
��� ugineers have been instructed to
classify liberally    In    loose    or solid
.   II.    A."
Q.���Is that correct ?
"Yes," replied Major Hodgins.
Q.���Do you still assert that the root
of the  trouble between  you  and  the
commissioners was  with respect    to
Classification ?   A.���Yes.
Q.���And yel you say with the exception of one or two cuttings everything
v..'..    satisfactory.    There  was  really
: nothing to be found fault with in the
i classification up to July ill '.' A.���That
is so.
Q.���The transfer from loose to solid
I rock was discovered In September '.' -A..
��� ���Yes.
,    Q.���But you approved of   them   In
[July and August ?   A.���-Yes.
The committee a Ijourned until
:June ,*!, and when the evidence.
; inches us we shall be pleased to let
our readers know what further light
he can give to the committee and the
country. In the meantime we again
extend to t.he disappointed Tories our
deepest sympathy.
FLAX IS TO BE
NEAR PORT HANEY
Company  Proposes   Reclaiming  Large
Tract of Rich Land���New General
Store Opened Last Week.
To a resident of Maple Ridge the reports of bad times that continue io
come from all i-oints east and south
must seem strange. Here in this prosperous municipality there has be?n no
cessation of the business activity so
marked during the last few years. All
the saw and shingle mills, brickyards
t,nd logging camps have continued to
work full time.
With the opening of Mr, Jackson's
handsome new premises, Port Haney,
the capital of the. municipality, possesses three large general stores, all
doing a good business. In the short
period of two years the buildings and
population of this growing town have
easily doubled. Notwithstanding, how-
ever, the many new edifices, all the
hotels and boarding houses are crowded, and several projects are on foot
for providing more accommodation. At
the local station during the past year
more than $6000 worth of passenger
tickets  alone were  issued.    In  add -
tlon, there is a heavy traffic on t.he
three fine steamers that oal] daily,
wiili at least one more to be added in
a week or so.
Now, as a further s imuius, comes
the announcement of more industries;
a fruit packing and evaporating plant
for t.ie town, and linen and liiu-e^d oil
mills on Lillooet prairie.
Already in consequence of the forth-
coining fruit factory, .Mr. Perkins, the
local representative of ihe Fraser
Valley nurseries, has received orders
for the fall delivery of several thousand fruit trees, prunes especially.
The undertaking of the Lillooet Flax
company means the reclamation of a
large tract of the richest alluvial .bottom land, situated three miles back of
lhe town. On this laud the company
will cultivate flax, manufacturing from
ii linen, linseed oil. and various byproducts, In mills to be erected on the
spot, A. Bouthler, the managing diiec-
tor, has a thorough knowledge of the
flax industry, and this combined with
his energy and business acumen, must
ensure success. His experience of the
flax trade extends to several countries, and he considers that nowhere
are conditions more favorable than in
the locality the company has finally
selected for its operations. The preliminary work in connection with the
dyking is completed, and the dredger
will commence active work in a few
days. The dyking will be pushed day
and night until finished. A large
pump will be installed for drainage
purposes.
Business in real estate continues remarkably good. Sales of late have
oeen too many to enumerate, but mention might be made of two deals consummated during the past week: Ten
acres near the English church for
$6000, and the Best estate of 200
i.cres for about $30,000. This last
place is being subdivided into small
blocks, for which there is such a
heavy and increasing demand. These
prices are for highly improve! places,
and should not deter pros-iective
settlers of moderate means from inspecting the neighborhood, as there
are thousands of acres of cheap land
still 'to be had.
Notice re Water Rates
The following resolution was passed
al the regular meeting of the City
Council on June 1, 190S:
"Thai the water rates to be paid by
consumers be amended as follows:
"(1) That the water supplied to
Chinese houses and all other houses
and offices in connection with saw-
p.iills or other industries be charged al
the household meter rate, thai all
sawmill stables be charged at the
schedule rate per horse. (2) That
the minimum charge to household
meter services be Increased to $!.*������ 7
per month, subject to the usual rebate.
(3) That the minimum meter charge
to business meter services be Increased to $2-00, subject to the usual
iebate. (1) That the irrigation rate
by meter be increased to 20 cents per
100 cubic feet. (5) That the meter
rent for one half inch and three-
quarter Inch meters be 25 cents per
month, nett."
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 1, 1908.
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I HOUSE OF QUALITY I
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I Fancy Half Hose
We have all
the latest shades
Price 35c to $1.00
otraw
E2S_RS_aaBEi
Ci!
NEW YORK
Styles
Price 50c io 53.00
! Summer Suits
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In the latest
Greys and Browns
RUBBER STAMPS
No mors need of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN  CANADA
Mail  orders filled  same day as received-
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
I Price $14.00 to $18.50
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Plain White Duck,
Plain and Fancy Flannel
Price $1.50 to $3.50
I TRAVFRS AUCTIONEER and
���3. 1 l\r\ �� JLilw v��i num.
VALUATOR
All   business  in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every  Friday morning
on the  Market square.
We have just received
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever crossed
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tai.'or
Columbia  St.,  NEW   WFSTMINSTER
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Clothiers and Haberdashers I
P. S.���LOOK IN OUR WINDOW.
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PUV   YOUR
CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING
 =FROM   US
WE   DEAL   EXCLUSIVELY   IN   INFANTS'  AND   CHILDREN'S   AP
PAREL.     Purchase  here  and  get  something  different from the rest.
On all purchases of $5 and over  we   will   refund   your   (return)
fare.
INFANTS' OUTFITS OUR SPECIALTY
Stevenson's Juvenile Store
ROBSON  and  GRANVILLE
VANCOLVER
All   city cars  pass  our store.
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COWIE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
WE'VE shoes built for the working man :
Built to meet his everyday requirements ; built to withstand all sorts of
hard usage, and still not clumsy; built for
comfort.   No man can work intelligently when
his feet are continually hurting him.
Our Working Boots are made from the best
leathers possible to buy. If it's Working Boots
you want, ask for some of the following well-
known brands of reliable shoemaking:
28 Tkn IViirArwif   Hand made, solid leather goods
g i ne uayrooi, sen for $a.uo to $6.00 a pair.
fll T\\a Fmnnvni*   Heavy box calf boots, made
[g i ne Emperor, with doubie riveted sol
O $3.00 to $3.50 a pair.
I The Oberhotze Shoe, fef ��_. *t
rough wear, $2.50 to $3.00 a pair.
See our lines of Logger and Prospector Boots.
We have the very best grades in these shoes.
Have proven to be superior to all others in  DURABILITY, RELIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Seid for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE   MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them ex
amined. We make no ch.rse
for testing your eyes. All v.ork
guaranteed.
p��''jirv.iiA  ���**���v,;i" -.''a-' '
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W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in T.  Gifford's
Jewelry  Store.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot 241, group 2, Xew Westminster
district.
A certificate ot indefeasible title, to
the abovo property will be Issued tu
.lohn S. Hobsou on tho 15th day ol
Juno, 1908, unless in the meantime '
valid objection thereto bo made to mi
in writing by a person or jiersons
ilaiming an estate or Interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, 1st May, 1908.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
Tho person or persons having ln
their custody or possessiocr the following Title Deoda relating to the
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned:
28th  July,  1890���Louis    WUIle    to
Ernst Gr,au.
Conveyance In  fee.
J. S. ROUSON,
per O.K. Robson.
Applicant.
OT       ADVERTISE      "*��
��� IN ���
THE     DAILY      NEW9
CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
Located at the REAR
of "Daily News" Block
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
*_r      ADVERT".Si)     *S*
��� IN ���
THE      CAM. Y      NfcWS
If You'.. LOST Anything. 10
sdav,
jUNfc   f.
THE _)AIL5 NEWB.
T. H. SMITH
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THE CASH STORES
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first days of the sale have   een ,1 .
The arsi aay.- ui ui. _._,c _._.,.   ...,, ., grand 8UCC6SS| and no WQn
d.. ,vh,,u you consider that thi,       | .   .jl(. ordlnary _ea.
son end sale.   Think of it.   Right now in the .ery commencement of
.... 81 iple good, are being     ��� [n hall Only those who come
fe our store regularly and see our eve prices can realize   the
,...      ,,. cut.   The reason of ll all ��� lcb must   be   re.
duced b. $20,000 by the end ot June.    Tin.,  musl    .     iccompllshed,
f mi lhu la 3rour ''*' "   iargalns. Every
:, duced.   Come and partlclp
Dress Patterns
���    .   , $10.50, $11.50 and $12.50 exclusive dress patterns are b   ag
..,.,  ,.,. ���(.  without reserve at $=> 50
All our Imported Millinery Model
Hats at 40 per cent off
All our New Season's Dress Muslins at half price
All our  Calicoes,   Sheetings and
Blankets at 33 1-3 off
All our White Bedspreads at 33 1-3
to 50 per cent off
All our Suits, Coats and Skirts at
33 1-3 to 50 per cent off
All our Waists and General White-
wear at 33 1-
3 off
All our Children's Dresses and
Boys' Blouses, 33 1-3 off
Broken lines of Hosiery, all kinds,
33 1-3 off
i   forbids us to particularize.
any of your neighbors who have been to our store these last
They can tell you. we can  safely  say without   the    least
atlon, thai this is the b -���������  *   monej  saving   event    In dry
i- ��� ver offered in the citj
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T. H. SMITH
The Great Stock Reduction Sale
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II Have Moved1
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to 285 Columbia Street,
directly opposite my old
office.
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REAL ESTATE
BROKER
IP. PEEBLES
��� HRE AND  ACCIDENT INSURANCE VALUATOR.
| Pho,le 307. P' 0> B��X 13>
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CITY NEWS
B278,   Royal City Cleaning
Works, opposite   Premier
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���������''  mee Ing of    the    license ;
���ners wlll be on   June    IT,
���' ���*���'        lm Bday week.
To ilispute the superiority of
ante" cigars i.s to question the
of quality. �����
Tomorrow  night iwo teams nf city
era win be picked  from th"
Qui ens park, and > udeavor
��� <.ui' another between  the
a of making runs.
N'ew five room house and lot for
sale i.n Alberta street. Will sell cheap
mi terms,   .lohn A. McDonald, Sapper- i
ion. **
Mu   lock    Martyn,    Dominion    flre1:
len, on Tuesday evening left the
'.".val   Columbian  hospital,   where  he !
lad     ihii  under treatment  for  some ;
days for appendicitis. I
See our add, Alberta Hungarian
flour, $1X0 sack, or $6.25 barrel.   Geo.
Adams, Public Supply Store. **
i
A fmo bunch of horses brought   in
(rom the boundary country were yesterday coralled in the C. P. It. stock-!
y .nl on Twelfth street.   They will be j
sold by the vendor in this neighbor-
hood.
See our ad. on page S for swell
silver goods.    Chamberlain. **
A Chinese funeral took place to tire
Douglas street burial ground yesterday, the defunct celestial being Wong
Wah Chung. Burials, save when the
deceased is in modest circumstances,
are not common .away from the home
land.   The usual rites were performed.
During 1907 many families paid out
over $300 in rent, and still own noth
ing. For only $600 cash and this rent
on that new modern seven-roomed
house, centrally located, and In a few
years you are the owner. For full
particulars see Abbott & Hyde.       **
Mayor Keary is taking part In the
Salvation Army celebration of removal
in their new quarters, which will be
held on Sunfiay next, fit 2:13 p.m.
'1 ijor Morris is expected, an.l there
"ill be a large number of outside
visitors. A musical entertainment
i  keg place on Monday evening,
T'ne most convincing argument in
favor of "B. C" and "Old Sport"
cigars is the cigar itself. **
Among the visitors to ihe city yesterday was Mr. Dennison. un old time
resident of Rossland, B. C. He called
to see Detective Bradshaw, whom he
knew at Rossland. Mr. Dennison has
been recently in the Klondyke and was
anxious to see his old friends on the
coast while here.
Two drunks paid the usual fine at
the police, court yesterday. The man
Carry, or Barnardt, in custody for
stealing a horse and buggy from
Thompson's stables, who was arrested and brought from Revelstoke, was
stnt to the jail pending further trial.
if is not known yet whether he will
, |-T- for speedy trial, or wait till the
next assizes.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ol
niiiiur-iciurer oi W*_F I ��� *��������__���
Mineral Waters, Etc. j render, tor ending fumd
. j.. tj-i.uh f.clumbi
Aerated Wate-'?.
ng Fisheries Cruiser
for British Columbia.
HERE
Many persona no doubt think it
wise to put off wearing glasses as
long as they can. This is a wrong
and dangerous conclusion. The
only common sense thing to do is
to aid your sight by the use of
glasses, without delay, when you
need them. Come to us and we will
test your eyes without charge and
tell you honestly whether you
should wear glasses or not.
As our stock Is too large we have
decided to give the public lhe advantage of reduced prices for a ,
short time. It will pay you to call
and consult our optician free.
> trade a specialty.
The time for receiving tenders for
CURTIS
new Westminster. l c.       "/a. until .he Fust of June next        IH Ujjd, OpMildUta OMJ i^CCTa
"     ' *-" '  fit   I'Mrlllll.AU.
V-  inn E-DEAU,
a; iv 1:1.tiki.    va ,       ,
,v ' Deputy Minister of Marine and
~~ liN -"*" , Fisheries.
r-      DAILY       NEWS'
-������'.'ve  POUND  fct/UlBI.        j Ottawa, April 22nd, MOS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
; ' . W. Heath, late of Ottawa. I" ehsrge
[ cf the Optical Department
The Delta Times, published weekly
at Ladner, is reported to have been
sold bj G. R. Manley to Arthur
French, late of Albernl.
Prince Rupert must be a pleasant
place to live In, judging by this line
from .lohn Houston's sheet*. "Rain fell
five days during the week."
T. H. Reed, who recently purchased
the clothiers business conducted In
ihis city for some time by 11. L. De-
i..-ck. leaves Cranbrook for Westminster today, He does not take possession of the stock-in-trade until tlie
f'.rst of July.
Marsh M. English, of Porl Esslng-
lon, and formerly of Xew Westminster, is in a fair way to win the Car-
:: sgi medal for heroism. On Thursday he jumped into the Skeena and
B&ved the life of .lack Larson, one of
the crew of the government snaglioat
Slippery __nn.
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable'to sell "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars. ������
A partnership in the Westminster
Press (late Dingle & Simpson) has
beep acquired by J. T. Burnet I, who
will In future conduct the business in
connection with R. G. Dingle, the latter retaining a controlling interest in
the firm. The firm will continue business as usual in the Daily News block,
Vhere Mr. Dingle has been located for
several years.
All kinds or annuals at Tidy's, the
florist.   Phone 1.4. **
The first inter-city provincial lacrosse championship match of the season to be played here will take place
on Friday of next week, when the V.
A. C. will send over a dozen swift
rubber shooters to tackle a picked
Westminster team at Queen's park.
This game will he the first of a series
to be played during this and coming
months.
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds of
heding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B20S.
Tlie old Salvation Army barracks on
Eegbie street, which are being abandoned by the army, will be taken possession ���of by the Edison Display company, an organization of local men to
run an animated picture display, on
Saturday next. Men were at work
yesterday making alterations to the
building. This will be the third
amusement hall in the city at the
present time.
The board of trade banquet, which
uas fixed for Friday, June 19, has
been postponed by the executive committee to the following Tuesday, June
23. At the last meeting the president,
vice-president and secretary were appointed a committee to look after the
necessary arrangements and invite
speakers. The Russell hotel will be
the scene of the gathering, which will
lie a notable one in the festivities of
the season.   An orchestra is engaged.
George A. Calbick, of Chilliwack,
well known in this city in connection
with the provincial police in past years
died in Nanaimo yesterday morning
at the age of 50. He had long heen
suffering from heart and liver trouble,
but the end was unexpected. His wife
survives him, and he leaves a daughter
aged 17, living in Nanaimo. His brother, Thomas, has charge of the reformatory at Vancouver, and his half-
brothers, J. A. dnlblck, of this city,
and Samuel Calbick, farmer, of Cnilll-
wack, are well known In this city/
The funeral will take place here on
Friday next.
In a junior-Juvenile baseball game
played yesterday evening between two
Sapperton teams, the Tigers and the
Beavers, the former won by eleven
runs to four, establishing a lead in
the first Inning and keeping ln the advance wagon throughout th* game.
Mr. Huff umpired tho game. The
teams: Tigers���B. Johnson, c: E.
Gillanders, p; N. Campbell, lb; Oar-
ratt, ss; D. Huff, 2b; R. Coulson, 3b;
Renule, If; H. Johnston, cf; A. Brown,
if. Beavers���G. Atkinson, c; N. Coulson, p; H. Walmsley, lb; Troutmun,
ss; G. Atkinson, 2b; Eastman, 3b; A.
Johnson, If; F. MacDonald, cf; J.
Alsbury, rf.
At the Liberal meeting to be held
In the Liberal club rooms tomorrow
evening, delegates will be named to
ettend a district meeting called for i
Friday of next week, when repreucn-
t. tlvbs of all tho Westminster district
n_soe.atlong will be present. Several
well known speakers are at present
bo'ng communicated with with a vUw
fo _4fcurlr_g their attendance at thi*?
lately-meeting, when Important bus!
ncsi'iP Jjo be transact cd.   Besides the
i from Beginning to the End
you will find there is a satisfaction in buying Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, O.lclolhs.
White Goods, Curtains, etc.���
in fact, everything necessary
tor   the   home   except the   lady.
Every transaction with us
means your money back if no;
satisfied.
Come in and see those $:'..00
Pictures for $1.50.
:
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:'S Mammoth Furniture Emporium :
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
Opposite Lome Street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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election of local delegates, other liusi- j
ness of interest is to occupy the   at- '.
tention  of  the  Liberals  at   tomorrow
e.ening's meeting.
VAUDEVILLE
HAMS �������
18c. per ,b-
The ROYAL CITY
Vaudeville Theatre
MACKENZIE ST.
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 87a
BOWELL 6. ODDY, Proprietor!.
PASTURE  To Rent
FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES
From  one to one hundred  head.
FIELDS FENCED.
Abundant grass and water.    Apply
to the owner,
W. R. AUSTIN
Telephone J 175.     SAPPERTON P.O.
NOTICE
Re Crystal    Glass Co.,  Ltd., New
Westminst;r.
In accordance with a resolution
passed at a meeting of the creditors
of the above company, which was held
at New Westminster, May 26th, 1908,
I herewith give notice that another
meeting of creditors will be held at
the Board of Trade room, New Westminster, on the Twenty-third Day of
June. 1908, at 3 o'clock p.m.
H. B. MORLEY, Assignee.
PERFORMANCES
Afternoon and Evening
MISS DORIS  CACKETT, the eleven-
year-old Child  Soprano.
F. JONES, Tenor.
MOVING PICTURES
ILLUSTRATED SONGS
EFFICIENT  ORCHESTRA
ADMISSION :
Adults, 10c. and 15c;      Children, 5c
Children's    Candy    Matinee    Saturdays, 5c
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN _ CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
tar       ADVERTISE      tm.
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If  YOU Need   Anything.
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I
ONE CAR OF RAYMOND ALBERTA
II ��� r-1 $1.60 sack
Hungarian Hour $6.2S b,.-. ?
GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY.
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY     ;
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AT   THE
! Public Supply Stores geo^adams
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,  B. C.
Prop.
Fhone  92.
BE ALERT!
NON-TARIFF INSURANCE IS
THE POPULAR INSURANCE TODAY BECAUSE IT IS A8 GOOD
AS THE BEST AND C03T8 lift**
MONEY. I AM 8AVING MONEY
FOR HUNDREDS OF CLIENTS IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND CAN
8AVE IT FOR YOU IF I AM NOT
DOING SO NOW. ENQUIRE FOR
RATES.
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Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RiMlJ
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EVILS  OF  SUBSTITUTION.
Means by Which This Widespread and
Growing    Practice    May     Be
Circumvented.
RED GEM
Wohe Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
These
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Post
paid
to any
address
Illustrations a.e Lxact h\Zi
Bvery pen guaranteed
full U Kt. bclid Gold���cut w
ou right haml may lie had   ;j
in   either ou r   standard I
black opaque pattern, or fl
Nou breakable Transpai-
t ut, :is desired! either in
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred.
You may try thin pen a week,
if voiiatuiiol t.niiitniirct'rcMMik-tl,
h better artti Ic than you can �����
cure for iitHLE times this epkcul
rum iu any other make, if not
inHraljf B��tii-fai'i"ry in every to-
ipect iitiiTii ft nod ���� will und
you $1.10 for It.
Cut ON nn Is otir famcmi anil
pd-.i-lur Ki�� On ink Pencil, a
ootni'leta leak proof triumph, Ui��j
lie curried In eny position la
pocket or shopping bag, writes et
v ��� rifle et fu*t touch- I liti-
nuin (sprinc) tVe<l, Iridium
point, potlihedvuloanlnd rukl pr
se,  tcim cnttft   flntlh.     Ret nil
J every who re   for 12,50,       Attents
wanted    Write for b'rma,    Write
now "lest you forget."    Address
Laughlin Mfg. Co.
225    Majestic Bldg..
Detroit, Kirk
The old axiom "that the most sticks
will be found under the best apple
tree" may be applied with even greater
truth to the widespread practice of
substitution now prevailing. The. more
renowned the article the greater
number of imitators there will he
found endeavoring to fatten on its
reputation. Substitute articles are always inferior and yield a large profit
to the dealer, many of whom for this
selfish reason persistently try to foist
them upon the public. Standard goods
��� liu* .Magic Baking Powder, Gillett's
Perfumed Lye and uiliett's Cream
Tartar have proved a shining mark
for imitators. The extensive manner
in which they haw been advertised
for years, coupled with their recognized superiority and the great and
growing demand for them have cause.1
manufacturers of spurious article., to
boldly and closely copy the labels with
tae hope of sharing In the trade Gil-
lett's reputation has created. There
Is but one way to meet such tactics.
Examine the label and insisl on getting what you ask for, as it can generally he accepted that the dealer who
wishes to sell you something else
"Just as good" has some ulterior motive to ^ei-ve.
The wonderful progress of Canada is iHostrsted by fhe fact that the
finest Cocoa ia tht world is made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
It tbe purest snd the best and is fast becoming the beversge
for old snd young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
1908.
A  Law to Authorize the Sale of Cer-
tain Lands on  Lulu. Island.
I. O. O. F.���
-AMITY LOnr-c-   .
^ regular meet " H ' v��' '
�� held in Oid.e_.ewV;,a  "r ,    ',
Wa street, every  m..��� . h"**l
at 8 o'c-ock*. ay eve<-i_gl
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
i
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale Jtine 5,* <5, 19, and 20.
Toronto and return   $ 94.40
Montreal and return  108.50
Halifax and return   135.50
Chicago and return     72.50
St   Paul and return       60.00
Winnipeg and return       60.00
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Hom.ir  in  (he  Fnr  _._,_��
Abdur Rahman, the late ameer of Ar
gbauistau. had a grim sense of humw
which was sometiiu**-* exercised without scruple. On one occasion a durbar he was holding was Interrupted by
a man who, in a state of the greatest
excitement, rushed In declaring that
the Russians were advancing to invads
Afghanistan. Turniug aside for a mo
Dent from tha business in progress,
the late ameer in tbe most unconcerned
tones ordered his shahgassl to conduct
the man to the summit of a certain
watch tower. "Look you out well foi
the Russians,'' c mmanded Abdur Rah-
nan, "for you do not eat until f*a sm
them arrive."���Graud Magazine.
Cook.   Ituln  Their Taate.
"I never season thiugs up to my own
taste," said a man who has cooked ta
e restaurant for many years. "Very
few cooks do. They have palates that
crave high seasoning. Tbe longer they
cook the more salt and pepper and
spices they require. If I should send
up my dishes as I like tlem, they
would be so hot and peppery that hall
the patrons In the restaurant would be
unable to eat them."���flew York Praia
A Priceless Asset
A good set of teeth contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They add much
to  the  appearance  and more   to  the   digestion.
Neglect is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW. before it is too
late.
READ   OUR   PRICES
THEY  NEVER CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth       $5.00
Bridgework (per tooth)    $5 00
Gold   Crowns         $5.00
Gold Fillings      $1.00  up
Platina  Fillings      $1.00
Extracting     50
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH   A    PROTECTIVE   GUARANTEE   FOR
TEN   YEARS.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6  p.   m.
Phone   2229
e
The Road to Success
I In All Business Enterprises I
Is Opened Through      "
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
* ' "
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News* and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
,    r-     w**t, :��������
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Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2*;,
not reser.-.d, may he homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must he
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by prosy may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, moth-
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejulred to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may, If he so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, In
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership In land will not meet this
requirement.
(il) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) 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
of road allowances crossed In the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unatiraortzea publication uf
this advertisement  win not be paid
for.
WHEREAS the Corpor. tion of the
City of New Westminster is the owner I
of (i-nter alia) Lots One (1) to Thirty-
four (34) both inclusive, in Block A
of Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia.
AND WHEREAS the present wooden bridge across the North Arm of !
the Fraser River in the said City of
New Westminster is in an unsafe an i
dangerous condition and it is necessary to replace the said bridge with -t
new steel structure*.
AND WHEREAS it is deemed advisable in the interests of the said
Corporation that the said lands should
he sold and the proceeds devoted In
part payment of the cost of constiuc-
tlon of the said steel bridge an 1
otherwise on Lulu Island.
AND WHEREAS hv tne "New Westminster Act, 1S88���Amendment Act
1SS9," 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
foi the issuing of debentures for the
raising of any loan, sell real property
belonging to the Corporal ion on Lulu
Island with full power and authority
to execute all deeds and instruments
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall be lawful for tue
Council to sell and absolutely dispose
of, to any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, all or any part of
the said lands hereinbefore ni.ntioned
being Lots One (1) to Thirty-four
(.!4) both inclusive, in Block A of
Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
.N'ew Westminster, Province of Britisn
Columbia, upon such terms and conditions as the said Council may by resolution determine. And the -Mayor aad
Clerk of the said Corjioration arc-
hereby authorized and empowered to
execute and deliver such conveyances,
agreements for sale or other instruments as may be necessary to effectuate such sale or sales; provided that
tho proceeds of any such sale or sales
shall he devoted in part payment of
the cost of construction of the said
3toel ..ridge or otherwise on Lain Island as the Council may by resolution
determine.
(2) This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive thr assent of the ratepayers of the Municipality of the said Corporation in like
manner as is requisite for the issue of
debentures for the raising of any loan.
(il) This By-Law may be cite.i as
the "Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
1908."
Done and passed in opvn Council
Ihis 20th day of January, 1908.
Received the assent of the ratepayers this day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed this
day of       , 1908.
-Meetings the flrsl ������7,i ,/?E N��. sL
tZJn each mo���?hdlhl^TueJ
brethren cordially invite., . ' 4
Lodge room, A. 0   I*   . ���' ," ' :' ".'T
tellOT"' "tog. &S
30URT BRUNETTP   m "~-J
-M��tBtteffiNtf��;*oa
month at 8 o'clock i��� , :,i ,he|
hall, Oddfellows' block '':  :i
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA  _,
A.  O.   F.-The reg.d --        No*8s03j
this Lodge .iS:,,",*:.:'       ''
"d Fourth Tuesdays of eani       ''I
FRATERNAL   ORuIT^TeXglH
Aerie No. 20-Meel ; ;. \S;i
evening at s p, m��� ,���   h j
ball.    Columbia    - '
W.  Pres.;   Jl. Schofi,   |,
THE   ROYAL TEMPLARS CF t_��� i
PERANCE meet   every wlJ^J
at 8 o'clock  p.  m., in
bail, Columbia streel        Jlie"*Jfs'H
SONo OF SCOTLAND QE'.FFir a. i
SOCIATION, LORD OF Thf ��, c!|
CAMP, 191-Meets on the iW.3
Third Tuesday ot e.,,- ,, *Jni\
k. of i>. ban. Vi,.,,������,';aSSS^a
I. O. O. F.��� Royal City Loao.. kj0i jjj
���.Meets in Oddfellows* Hall, Coi.l
umbia Street, every Friday even. J
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will]
he made welcome. .J. ;-��� Lawrence!
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. r;, record-'!
ing secretary.
k-OSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE   Nol
115,   SONS  OF   ENGLAND,  B. S-.I
Red Rose Degree meets Second and!
Fourth Wednesday of each month
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p. m��� White R-.se Degree, Fourth
Wednesday    in   eacb mom., samel
time and place.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,!
include the Union Lodge, No. ��... A.
B\ and A. Mr, King Solo:,.,. Lodge,]
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L 0. L���
No. 1150; L. O. L., No, 1593; Court
Sapperton, .No. 4683, I. 0. .*���' . C. 0.
P., Court Westminster, No, ! I;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nest \.>. 29;
PROFESSIONAL.
W     NORMAN  BOLE,  K. C,    BAR- j
���       ri-ber and Solicitor,   Chambers,   Canadian    Bank   of   Commerce
. -inllding, New Westminster. 1). 0
A.VHEAI.LER, BARRISTER, SO
��� licitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, .V*u Westminster.    Phone 143.
WHITESIDE  &   EDMONDS, Barri*
ters and solicitors, Blackle Blk,
' Columbia street,   New    Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds,
MARTIN &  McQUARRIE, BARR18-
, ters, solicitors, etc.   Offices Ne.
[Westminster, Trapp Block, corner
'Clarkson and Lorne streets. Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville street
'Joseph Martin, K.C., W. G. McQittrris
Consultations with Mr. .Martin may be,
arranced at the Westminster office.
I -
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister aud
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colon.-
Ma and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, fi. C.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above Is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration b/
the Municipal Council of the City of
.New Westminster one month from the
first publication thereof In the "Daily
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 Raid [proposed By-Law on t_ ii.. 22nd flay of
June, 190S, between the hours of nine
o'clock a.m., and Ave p.m., at tbe
following places, namely, the Council
Chamber, Civic Building, the Fire
Hall, Sapperton; and the Light Station, Tenth street.
%rV. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, May 20th, 1908.
W. MYER8 GRAY, Barr'""-"*. Solicitor
and .Notary Public, \�� -iractlce since
1891 at New Westmi*<='er RO Offices removed to C-Ttls Block, Clarkson street, opposite Court Bouse.
P.O Box 169.   Telephone 6i.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent Mock,
corner Columbia and McKenslfl
streets. New Westminster; B. ���'
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Wl itfflln-
ster Board of Trade meets In the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on thi third
Thursday of February, WW,
August and November, at 8 p. ta.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. New
members may be proposed aud
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
"The Milwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited'' St Paid to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "Sooth West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
waukee A St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and '"irt'w- -_ts on alll their trains and '
give > i .. trons an excellence of
servi.t .).. . btainable elsewhere. ���
_-_. s. ROWE. General Agent.,
:j4 Third St., cor Al^r t-Vtland. Or.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and ivnth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and 1 welfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin
IB���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenuo and  Slith.
24���^-.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av��*>ue and Fourth
26���Fifth avenue and Wighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
-,r,_r-*ol!imhln nnd McKMM.e,
36���C.P.R.  8tation.
.2-SmalI & Bncklh Mill*. TH
URSDA1-
JUNE 4,  1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
Sixth Street Sewer By-Law
1908
th��
City of X* w
construi
We i*.:ninste
a sewer on the
, By-la* to enable
.   :, ,.     ie purpose or
'""whereas, Charles J. Robson an : other
������ to be directly benefl ed
rais ��� am   of
s i .
i-third   i
prE of the property to Deairecuy oeneflted    he ,   .,   and   ,,.���,,...,
Kone-half in value of such reiU property, Having petitioned   or       con
''action of a sewer having a pectio more than You      ,     '
tl,,. following streets.
sl!ttlj gtreel from Front Streel to S \ h Avenue
Fronl Streel from Sixth Streel to .. ��� ���,-.  Sq ial ���
iia Stre >1 trom Sixth St   ei   0 Lol   ,. Blocl   XIV
,���!.,,    o i Strei t from Sixth Strei    to Lo   14, Bio i. l;
irvon Street from Sixth Stre ,..,   :���   Block _}
Victoria Street from Sixth Stre I  to Lot  li   Block \
Cunningham Street from Sixth Stn      to Lol   12   Block  \
,,.., |,.- Avenue from Sixth Stre. |      11. ...,,., u
Liverpool Street from Sixth Stre       , Lol  14, b.ock H
st George Street from Sixth .      .    ���,, Lo   32, Block H
Lancaster Street from Sixth S reel I    Lol   ;���;, Block 11
;,,*,.,��� Wf-nue from Sixth Stre..-. to L01 37   �� Lots 7,39 & ll
Blackford Street from Sixth Streel to Fifti, S   >���
pourtb Avenue from Sixth Streel to Easl hall
IM]t!. Avenue from Sixth Streel to Fourth Streel
glxth  Avenue from Sixth Stre-; * i Thii I Stre.
Streel  trom Third Avenue to S sth V.venue,
VXD. WHEREAS It Is deem _ exp. rani  the  prayer of    the
!aW petition, and that the funds to be   provided    for   such    improvements
;.'    :       repaid  bj  Bpecial  rate In the do   i   ti  be levied on the real pro-
, ,,. benefited thereby Is as follows,   hat Is to say:
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Dominion Trust Co., Ltd L.o 11 15,2^0
1 ,t. Ellis & L. D. Ellis C.6 1 N. '_              G,500
Thomas Ellis ..' C.6 l S. '. 5,500
Dominion Realty Co C.G _ S. E, pt,        4.000
Canadian Bank of Commerce  C.6 2 N. W. pt,      4.70U
Alex. Lafferty    Q& 3 .. _,  .     8,000
Marie L Thompson .,-..,. C.G _ N*. \v. ���_. fi^QQO
Jchn Douglas & John A. Douglas  C.G 1 S. E     '.        4,tjuu
:������,.,  B.Mathers   C13 18 18,500
Dominion Government  C.14 1 & 2 20,0.0
Dominion Government   <.<.''��� Queen3 Ave. and
Eighth St. Armouries 2,000
i.      [New Westminster  CH l 8,400
jpll   ol N'ew Westminster  C.14 I W. 28 ft.       3,400
James ft, Waghorn  c.14 l E. 38 ft,        4,uoo
Ttomas 3. Hull  C.13 13 2,800
Thorn.. S.  Hall Civ 11 N. pt. 50%ft. 1,500
David .Murchle    C.13 14 S.pt. 32x66     1,500
Wm. A. & Alice Anderson C25 3 &. i N. '. 2,28o
wm. J. Hacking   0.25 3&4   5>_ 1,800
E. Drew   C.26 5 2,525
Frances K.  Herring  I 1 2,300
Frances K. Herring  \ 2 1,760
W, S, 3roderlck  v 3 1,360
0 E, Murchle   A. I 1,500
i_i.nr.'.  11   Manchester  A. ���> 1,500
John Reld   A. 6 1,500
Donald S. Sinclair  7 1,500
0, L. Kn.iwde.ll    _.. b 1.500
Nellie Tripp   \. 9 '���"' ��
Nellie Trflpp  10 W. >/_            750
Fp lerii  hart  '- 10 E. '_                750
Joseph J. Freeman  -��� 13 '������ ft            ,,x"
Mary A, Moresby   A 13 \\. '.             680
mas J. Trapp  ��������� " ]���"'"
Ine ��� ��� Wwe   A 1.040
Cttberine P. Wise  L 16 M00
('-;��� .;..   F. Wise  \- 17 I1"1
Janes Cunningham   A. is 1.400
.A L. Lavery    A. 19 I,	
T J Trapp    A 20 800
IV. T. J, Armstrong    A. 21. 1,720
Alex E.,.ii Estate.  A. 22 1,850
1 .. : tl Co., Ltd  I* 1 "'���''���'''
inningham   B. 2 .500
Cunningham   1<- ������ l ���'''"'
t  I i   Lynch   b. i W. !_               ��0
Heating & Pipe Co  B. I E. '.              450
���    :..  . W.  Vites      B. o l-f0��
Heating 6_ P.pe Co  Ll 6 >���-]!
���  L.  Card     " - E. V4                ''*'
���     .. .1. Davison     & 7 W,  !.               "I"
Holy Trinity Parish   B, i ���?'"'
Trinity  Paris  B. 8 .                  '*��
I      ol Montreal   Vi h>
Htl; Trinity Parish   B. il J����
VS  i: Fales   &��� 12 SS
Dsane* Barrett  B. 13 .      WW
Helen M. Wal_.ee B. is ;
Helen .L Walker   1! VJ '.,->,
|V P Herring B SS .                 Jg
J-Lee Thompson  & 81 .               >��Q
WOfred PMlpSt  B, Bl ���.         Wg
Ellen M. A_ Celia S. Hoftard   B, 83 t^'.
Mwtha B. Turnbull   B 84 ,.              )'f \
���  f��M   ...dunes   ./A 25 ���            MJJ
ftance ��� E. Herring   B. 26 !.��. '*
Prances B, H*errin��   & -' 1,80��
Frances E. Herring   B, 28 1.840
Prances E. Herring   B. -"���' *,200
f- W. Padmore  b 80 Looo
Martha E, Turnbull   li :;' ���          ���������'-"
woree Cunningham, Jr ii. 32 '������'-"
Oranbj Farrant  B. 38 1.520
National Drug & chemical Co B. ������*. '���1-"
Mhrj  T. Thrift    B. 35 '���' ' |
,u  L. Johnson   B. 88 i"1"
"m.  I   Armstrong  C.30 6 '���'���	
'��� J  Rothwell  C.30 7 2,160
lj'��'tt.l MathodUt Church Trustees ..II.    1 fi 2 l.��0
Marj o, nood   H. :' ,SMI
"a-   'I.Major     H 4 M0
,*:ot;i'. Q. O. M. Uocl.rlll   H o ^'
Vus  ,;- Major   H- 8 lZ
^'"'    E, Peck    ������ li. 7 s""
jonn McNab .                     H. >s svl
Wid McBroom   C ��� ||2
gunuel Dawe   H 10 sv'
��ary J, Wlntemute    i'- " 840
g"ncan McCowan   H. U "0
-1,"1"' Johns  B. 18 ,'1"
^;fl,'i J, Urine   K. 17 B.K                ;':'
t,1'   Wilkie    H. 17 W. ���.              320
rJ'lam Inues    11. 18 640
W' le 8lndair   H. 19 W. ���_            ;;-;
!.M'"U. Sinclair   i1 �� B.tf               820
fc";" Shlnobu    H. B,M 820
MHlam innes                     H. 20 N. '.���_            32��
|Vl1' i Rogers   H   21 ft 22  S. % 800
liSchmSrl   H.   ��1^����   ����� ^ {J
���     ,1-orrester    tt 23 840
I   W. Forrester   1. '-'4
^'"'I'a W. JJcPherson    ����� "5 'l,
Sender Dutch    H. 20 8*0
t1*'^".!,,. Dutch  "��� 27 L4
fc�� Carter Smith   H. 28 :;
'""'-���  B.  Smith      H. 29 !
$"���-������? M. Robson   H. 80 :
g8'^ J. Robson   H 81 640
,',',  V McDonell   H. 37 640
S'Wcl amyth   li 88 ; ;
I1:"'';11! C, Robson   B. 39
JS'wlck Jackson    H. 40
'"  C. .aohertson    H. 41 640
,,'.'"j. *  Barbara  Hudson      H. 42 ;   ;
,,''   arter Smith *:- Robert Bucklhnd. ll. 43 <'\
,, '   arterSn   .. &   oberl Buckltoi. H. I
v���"',: '"' Donald Chisbolm  ������� " .            '\,n
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M^J.'Wilker.                  8.5 60 %     -       ^��
War>- KM .Welsh               ...            ����� 5 60 T      ,.        550
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C. C. Fishi r 	
Malcolm Matheson   .'	
Malcolm Matheson 	
inald (J. Kutich 	
Ri ginald G. Roach	
��� f s. Smith  	
William iiauua 	
ud A. Tretheway 	
Amanda Rousseau 	
Robert Grant  	
rt Gr.uu 	
James -Anderson   	
��� Urant  	
irge II. Dent	
��� ��� tate Robert Alexander 	
. G. Major  	
: Adeline -Armstrong  	
Janet Hall   	
A Ii lla G.   Webber   ....
VN tu. C. Curtis  	
Harvey M. Strelght -. ���
F, J. Hart & Co	
*A iiliam Townsend ....
John li. Jaroine 	
Allan Peter Grant
Henry C, Major  	
Jani tg ll. Dougherty ..
! - jli.'St   D,   Hendry   	
T.obert D, Jleadry 	
Isaac Hudson  	
Isaac Hudson  	
James A. Cunningham
James Cunningham . ��� ���
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Wm. Hearn - ,,...-.-..
.fames Trodden 	
Cu.stance  Teather   	
Katie Ellon Brown   	
Margaret E. Walker  	
Margaret   Peer   	
il   _.j. .nines   	
ia. C. Bishop of New Westminster
Robert Jardine  	
Robert Jardine  	
El.enezer  Knight  	
William  A.  Grafton   	
William  A.  Grafton   	
George -McPhail   	
George McPhail   	
WW. Corbett   	
C. C.  Dunn   	
Jcbn   Weaver   	
.. ;���,...;* 1 '/.. Whyman  	
Martha w hyman 	
Tiros.   R.   Pearson   	
Tims.  lt.   Pearson   	
Annie   Baker   	
John  Weaver   	
l. C- Duun   	
W J, Corbett	
.!.   A.   .Mountain	
Jane H. G. Hill estate  	
Arthur B. B. Kill  	
Auhur  E.  B.  Hill   	
\\ m.   I'aylor    ���	
\\ m.   Taylor     ,	
Richard G. Duigle 	
Richard G. Dingle 	
Harry T.  Shaw    ,,	
Harry  T.  Shaw   	
Arthur E. B. Hill 	
E. B. Hill 	
H. Vidal 	
.1.  Baber 	
Baber  	
Baber  	
E.  Turnbull   ..'.	
E.   Turnbull   	
B. Conner  	
.McPhail   	
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W. W. Forrester  	
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W.  W.  Forrester  	
Arthur Doig 	
Arthur Doig 	
..lthtir Doig 	
v   B. Armitage 	
C. li. Armitage 	
Bmeline Wilson 	
Ralph  Wilson   	
Ralph   Wilson   	
Ralph   Wilson   	
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George .M.  Appleton   	
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I imposed  and on that   security  only, and debentures amounting to ths sum
I of twenty thousand (20,000) nouars shall be Issued by the said Corporation therefor.
it.* The said debentures shall be made payable at the expiration
of twenty (20) years trom the date of issue of the same and bear interest
j at a  rate not exceeding live per centum per annum.
1.5.1    Tire   debentures   may   both as to principal and interest  be ;>ay.i-
I ble in an> place In Greal Britain, Ln the United States of America, or
Canada, and may be expressed In sterling money, or in any other currency, and may be made payable In gold and the amount to he raised
therein shall be paid out and expended In paying off an.l d.scharging
any temporary loans heretofore obtained on account of the said improvements and works, and for any Other necessary expenses in connection
with   said   improvements   and   works, and for no other purpose whatever.
Hi.) If at any time any of the owners of the said real property
hereinbefore described, or of any part thereof, desire to commute the.
Assessment  imposed   by  this  .Act  by the   payment  of    his,   her  or   their
; proportionate share or shares of the cost thereof as the. principal sum
in lieu thereof, he, she or they may so commute by payment of such sum
as may be necessary to realize at tlie end Of the. currency of such de>..en-
tures a sum equivalent to the balance then unpaid of the said special ra*e
thereon. ���
(7) All monies arising out of the said annual special rate, and all
monies received In commutation thereof under the preceding sect! n of this
By-law shall be deposited iu the Savings Bank of some chartered lank.
(S) Every debenture to be issued hereunder shall contain a provision
In the following words: "This be.bentun. or any interest thervin shall not,
after a certificate of ownership has been endorsed therein by the treasurer
of the corporation, be transferable except by entry by the treasurer or his
deputy in the debenture registry book of the said corporation at the City
ol New  Westminster."
(9) The amount of tire special rate levied hereunder shall be added io
the taxes for the financial year in which such rate .- assessed and le\ I <i.
and snch sp*eci*.l rate may be coflected in every respect as ordinary land
or real property taxes of the Citj of New Westminster and may be enforced aud recovered in the same way whether by action to be broughl In
any court of competent jurisdiction, by stile of the bind ot real proper!..
Upon which the same attaches. Provided, however, thai no rebate shall .: e
aiiowe.il   on   the  amount   levied here under.
(10) This By-law shall come inti operation and take effect on the laj
of the passing thereof, ....
ill)   This Hy-low may |.e s"v^ aj th*, -sixth Street    Sewer   By-law,
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9.12
S.E. Opr. lot
750
4.56
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2.74
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4.26
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1.84
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14.59
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A��ND, WHI.KKA* Hie value of. i.�� wktl-t 1fceal property rfttMbfe under
this By-law, as ascertained and finally dt*.t��**vH*.ln.'?_ j,s aforesaid, is two hundred and eighty-seven theusatm and thirty t48*7,030)  dollars;
AND, WilKR-.AS, tbe amount of tue debt wIukIi tlli��s Bylaw Is (���tended to create is twenty thousand (ipi.OOO)  dollul*:
A.ND, WHEREAS, it 111 require the sum of oa* thousa^'id ($1,000)
dollars to be raised annually for a period of twenty (.20) years tb l����y tin.
mi. rest of the said de.t, and''he sum of seven bundled and t'orty-f<n_.'* iftid
31-100 ($744.31) dollars to bo raised annually during !..<. said period* for
the payment of the Debt to be crwvied by this By-law, siioh lust. uiuiitiuuO*.
sum being sufficient, with ihe of.maaed Interest on the lnvo.stiiM.nt thereof, to discharge the said debt whew the same becomes payable, iiiukliiK in
Bl! tho sum of seventeen hundred and (Arty-four and 81-100 <$i-744.U) dollars to  be  raised annually  as aforesaid;
AND, WHEREAS, the value of the whole real property ratValUo isdar
this By-law din-ctiy benefitted by the said Improvement, and wtu-k upon
which It will ite required to charge ati annual special rate In the da>ll*r
sufficient to pay the Interest aad create a sinking fund for paying the wild
prinolpal debt of twenty thousand ($20,000> dollars wltuin twenty. (30,
years, wh ch said debt Is created on lhe security of the ipeoial rate settled by tins By-law and on thai security only Is two hundred and ��>lnh��y-*
..i.v. 11  thousand and  thirty  ($287,030) dollars;
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal Council or lhe Corporation of th����
City  of  New   Westminster enacts as follows;
ll.; During twenty years from the first day of July, 1908, thi> nir.
rency of the debentures to be Issued under the authority of this By-law
the sum of one thousand ($1,000) dollars shall he raised annually for the
payment of Interest on said debentures, and ulso the sum of $..4.,'ll shall
: e raised annually for the payment of the debt, making In all the sum 0!
$1744.31 aforesaid annually to be raised annually as aforesaid.
(2.) A special rate of 6.08 mills in the dollar Is hereby Imposed on
he real property a ove described according to the value thereof as here-
lubefore mention, d. exclusive of Improvements, over nnd above all other
rat.s and taxes, which special rate shall be sufltoient to produce In each
ve r the said sum of seventeen hundred and _Mjy-foiir ami 31-100 ($1,-
714 31) dollars, and shall be annually Inserted' In the Collector's Roll In
. :>fh year for the next succeeding twenty (SO) years, and shall be payable at the time or times and at the plaea and'lh the manner in which the
oriHn.ry City taxes are payable, provided, however, thnt no rebate atoll
ail. we l on the amount levied htteonder as aforesaid.
(3.) The sum of twenty tboossad (10,000) dollars shall be raised
by loan by this CorporaUoa on the security or &�� special rate hereby
Done and passed in open Council th's 27th day of May. 1908.
AV. H   KKM'.'a
[ L. S. ]
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk,
Ma
j.11.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
^-. .   8ervice.
TIME TABLE
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Royal, June 9.
Princess  May,   June   15.
Princess  Royal, June  21.
Prinecss  May, June  27.
VANgOUVER-V-'CTORIA ROUTE.
Princess Royal leaves Vancouver
at 1:30 p.m. dally for Victoria.
Royal arrive in Victoria 6:30 p.m.
Royml arrives Vancouver 8 a.m.
Charmer leaves Vancouver .at 11:30
p.m. daily except Sunday.
Charmer arrive in Victoria 6:30 a.m.
Charmer arrives %'aucouver 7 p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
N'ew Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   POUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Victoria
5:30 p.m. daily; arrives in Seattle 9:3a
p.m. daily. Leaves Seattle 9 a.m.
daily; arrives in Victoria 1 p.m. daily.
WEST COAST  ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
3. S. Joan
leaves Vancouver 1:30 pm- daily,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. in.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOVUNION     ROUTE.    _.
���_       ��� ��� ��� ��� -ii    -ii ��� 11 mg*t
B.8. City ef Nanaimo.      ~~'
Leav<?8 Viiitoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives '.NanaimO 4 p.m.
Leaves  .Nanaimo Satn'rilay 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m. -.
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NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
-.��-�� 6-8- An,u'',
Prom VieiorU 11 p.m., 1st ami ]t.th;
from Vancouver St I p. m��� 2nd
mil Kith of each nip-mii. oa.Hng at
3kld��'gate on first trrp and B'Mf* Cools
on second trip. ^-reijr
RIVERS INLET, VXN ANDA, LUN'O,
ETC.
"    8. S. Queen City.
Prom Victor!* $ p.m. every Wednesday, from Vanrotivec    10   a.m. ever?
fhkJfj.day.  .Returning tvrivea at Van
coiwe'r Sunday afternoon; At Victoria
*AlW3*y morning, via Ladysmltti.
��P RIVER.
Heaver-"****
From Nt-vW Westminster Monday,
Wednesday ail'd Friday.
From Chilliv*.aci. Tuesday, Thursday
nnd Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
8. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-
mHwter Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday. Friday and Saturday at 2
P nt.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
I_<.��ve Westham Island Monday.
Tgigflhy, Wednesday, Thursday, Sat-
jttMI!y'_R. f ��.ni. Friday 6 a.m. Additional tHfl Saturday leave Ladner at
.Tpiti..
BLEEDING A KING.
Louis XIV., a Greedy Physician and an
Unscrupulous Surgeon. ���}*}
In _102^. EjlSa J&giS XlV. Wcran to
feel the first touches of age. his physicians ordered him to be bled once a
uionth, That duty was of course In-
trSifi^ to Miui-jcba^ hja Irish surgeoj,.
Theie -SPSS at the time in Pam, says
|be British Medlcfil Journal, a young
brother of the craft who conceived the
Idea of making his fortune by bleeding the king. The enterprise was difficult but he knew that the most solid
doors can often be opened with a golden key.
Following the advice of Ingo. he put
money in his purse and sought an introduction to Antoine Daquln. ths
king's chief physician. The negotiation wns conducted on a strict business footing. Daquln, who was known
to love money, was told that 10,000
crowns were deposited with a notary
who bad instructions to transfer the
sum to him as soon as the surgeon
hnd cot the job.
It was not an easy thing to manage,
as Marechal never left the king. One
day. however, he asked permission to
leave Versailles for three days. Da-
quin seized the opportunity to introduce his protege, whom he had ready
at hand for the purpose. Feeling the
king's pulse one morning, as usual, be
pretended to be alarmed at Its strength
and volume and ordered the illustrious
patient to be bled forthwith. -Vs
Marechal was away, the king hosltat
ed, but fear soou made him yield to
Ais physician's proposal. The young
surgeon bled the king, and Daquln got
his money.
In tne meantime a message had been
dispatched for Marechal, who wns not
tar off. He returned to Versailles ln
haste and was much surprised to finJ
.hat the king, whom he had left ln the
best of health, had been bled, lie was
not on friendly terms with Daquln,
and he quickly granted the sltnatlot%
He went to see tho young surgeon Jijd
fojsf-3 iiini lo drsclose the whole^j^ ���
When "tfec king learned tljtf truth, he
Jew Juto a telTlMp MfeC ordered Da-
quin to he arrested and placed the mat
ter In the hands of the council of state.
That obsequious body, after a very
���sh^rt deliberation, unanimously vote*
thaTthV pliy.to_..ti Vhrt had traffich��d>
InTne blood of the king deserved death.
UK roy^J wnuh, howeverj!u$}s_<Jed to
some Relent, and he gracr-msTy spare!
J>JSHnlu"s life, but deprived hlm of hie
office nnd exiled him from the couit to
tJnlmper-t\.rentln. The too greedy
physician did not long survive bis dls��
trace. ���London standard.
DRESSED SEALSKIN.
in*
F6r  reservations  aaft lntomatlor
tal] or address
HD. GOTTLET.
Agent. New Westminster.
V. J. 001
4Nt Oft. Past A-tent,
J. Wi-
War   Thi.   BfUmtUtn   r*.   h
���raaahl  t* r*?H+ett<n,'. 1
it �� lady's sealskin jacket be <-*oa_-
pared with the costee, hard ot dry-
salted sealskin as Imported, or, stlfi
better, with the cost of fhe living fnr
seals, one Is struck with the vast dlf-
fsrence between them.
Pssslng our Angers among the hairs
0* the cat or dog, we may notice fine
short hairs at the roots of the longer,
coarser general covering of the animal
This is so called under fnr. But In th*
greater number of these animals the
Short hairs are so few and often so fine
as to be, comparatively speaking, lost
sight of among what to our eyes constitutes the coat.
The operation which the skin undei*.
.Ms te bring out, so to say, the fur.
may be briefly described as follows:
The skin, after being washed to rid It
of grease and so forth, Is laid flat on
tbe stretch, flesh side up. A flat knife
Is then passed across the flesh sub
stance, thlnalng it to a very consider-
able extent. In doing this, the blade
���even the roots of the loot strung
hairs, which penetrate the skin deeper
than do the soft, delicate ease an-*���
the fur. The rough hairs ate then
rid of while the fur retalM ite ���
A variety or
Nona, ta which the 1
prassrted, are neat
then the fur
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Lovely
JUNE
M_T-t/V5
WEDDINGS
AND WE HAVE
Lovely
Wedding Presents
Morey's
COLUMBIA STREET
\tyE Have
ALL  KINDS OF
TOILET
Requisites
of  the   best   quality.
T. A.
MUIR & Co.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
THURSDAY. jliN- ,
UNE 4.  1908.
FUNERAL OF M...W.E.DIINLOP
The funeral of .Mrs, W. E. Dunlop,
of  211   Princess  btreel,  wife  of    the
���local traffic superintendent of the B.4
C. E. R., was oue of the most largely
attended ceremonies of   thai    nature
phich have taken place Ih Westminister for a long period.   Tlie representative, from the Orange lodges with
which Mr. Dunlop is connected, weie
Most people always use���and
will always use WINDSOR
SALT. Pure���fine���perfect in
subtle savour.
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which .ur. uuniop is connected, weie Iy f**          ��� *     m*            >J
numerous, while   pr.st officers   trom I to CjIVC US  Your |;j
outside  points  came  in  to  pay  their   $ X
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CLEARANCE 0f
Ladies' Ready-to-
i last rhspects io
j <�����> parted
.he  memory  of    tlie I
��� ue electric railVvay company's eni-.S
A f ea- I $
13-       ADVERTISE       "El
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THE      DAILV      NEWS
FOR BIG RESULTS.
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
flies get in.
ANDERSON
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Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
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SILVERWARE
We .have just opened up a swell line eff SILVER GOODS :
BAKE DISHES BON  BON  DISHES       DESSERT   SETS
BERRY   DISHES PICKLE  DISHES BERRY   .SETS
CAKE DISHES BUTTER   DISHES SPOON TRAYS
FERN  DISHES TEA SETS CAKE TRAYS
PRIZE CUPS CANDELABRA
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
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[ployees mustered in strength.
I ture of the funeral obsequies was the
' largo number of floral tributes.
The- burial order of the Church    of ! >�����
\ England was   read   at st: Barnabas | ft
church by EtfeV, C. W. Houghton, who1'
'also officiated at the graveside.   The
I church was crowded, and the mourners   were -Mr.  Dunlop,  .Missts  Dunlop
(tour), Miss Taylor, Spokane, and Mr.
Robinson,    Vancouver.    The    bearers
, were William Brown, W. Pope, It. G.
'Patterson, W.M., [_, 0. L. U60, an.l J.
Smith (Orangemen), Alexander Innes,
and George Tliorbuni (electric railway
employees).
About eighty Orangemen attended.
Among those present were P. Paken*
ham, P.D.M., of MlasibM City; o. Scott,
county master. Westminster County
.No. _; Past Provincial Grand Master
J. Jackson, Vancouver.
Lodge 1150���R. G. Patterson, W.M.;
E. .1. Pentland, deputy master; Neil
.Macdonald, secretary, and W. Henderson, treasurer.
Lodge 1693���E, W. Cook,  W.M.;  R.
A.   Stoney,   deputy    master;    J.   S.
Phipps, secretary, and ,J. D. Hopkins,
treasurer.
The  electric   railway  company had
about forty employees out.    The local
manager, D. J. McQuarrie, was present aud nearly all tbe employees at
tiie oar shops were at the ceremony.
| Of the local men's union there were
j seen J. Archibald, president;   T.  liut-
t-rfield, secretary, and W. Dodd, treasurer.    The manager of the Steveston
branch, IJ. J.  Stewart, came over for
the occasion.    R.  Sample    marshaled
the  men for  the march.    The  B.  C.
i E.   R.   had placed a special    car    at
the disposal of the visitors which was
I not   used   going   to* the  Odd   Follows'
cemetery,  where   the   remains     were !
i'aid, but was welcome ou the   return.
j Mtvur  Keary and Aid.    Garrett    and
| Rev. A. di li. Owen also attended.
It  may  be  mentioned  that    during
j the commiual  sentences  the  Orangemen formed a circle around the grave.
.Many  and  beautiful  wire the (lowers,
especially those from the lodges and |
railway employees.    From  the  Royal '
Black Precept.ory   No. 459,    of which j
Mr.  Dunlop is a member, came a red j
cross  and  crown,  the crown  in   this
high  emblem  beiug    carried    out    in
white flowers.
Lodge 1150 sent the lovely    design
Gales Ajar,"  picked out    in    choice,
flowers, and  Lodge  1593 an    anchor. J
There were five  wreaths    from   em- j
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| GROCERY
S BUSINESS
Pure Maple Sugar ..,
 10c per cake
Pure Maple Syrup ...
50c, 90c and $1.50 tin
Self Rising Buckwheat
 35c pkg.
$ Bananas ��� 30c per doz. ;t;
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The first of June here and these  lines  hardly   beginning  to
That's the cry in the ready-to-wear department.   Today we
treme measures. Prices have been reduced in such a degree
week will clear every garment of the Immense   overstock,
every advertisement and  show window.
C.A.WELSH
The People's Grocer
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P. S. ��� 3 pounds of the
very best Butter,.. $1 1
facial, scalp, or body tre.��ments given
ln your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring uo A 339.
LIBERAL
MEETING
A MEETING OF THE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION WILL HE
HELD IN THE LIBERAL CLUB
ROOMS,   ON
Friday Even'g, 5th Inst.
AT  8 O'CLOCK.
IMPORTANT     BUSI.NESS     IS
TO COME  UP.
I   W. MACDONALD,
President.
W, J.. CU.VNLNGHAM.
B Secretary,
ployees of the railway company fcf���^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
follows: The B. C E. company. Van- Mr. iund Mrs. J. Hood, G. Ha .greaves,
couver, a pillar; office staff Westmin- |Mr. and Mrs. W, Henderson, Mr. and
ster, a harp; Pioneer Division No. 101, Mrs. House, Beatrice and Minnie Jag-
Vancouver, a pillar; Westminster j ger, Mrs. King and Cora, Ur. and Mrs.
Division 134, a beautiful design; em* |.Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Miles, Mr.
ployees at car shops,    a wreath.    A | and   Mrs. D. E. MacKenzie,   Mr. and
Lustre Shirtwaist Suits
Regular $15 to $20
Now $6.95
Navy, brown, cream B&d ! lack
lustre and black serge shirt
waist suits; all neatly trimmtd
and ail sizes from 32 to 40; two
dozen ln the lot. See ear t window for a few styles. On sale
.Monday, June  1.     Each   ..$5.95
Summer Shirtwaists
50c each
Ten dozen new, fresh, white
lawn shirtwaists, five Styles,
trimmed mostly with rows of insertion and lace. Long and short
sleeves, fastened front or back.
These lines were purchased by
u_ as special lines to sell a: 65c
and T,"c. We place them on sale
today at 50c
Velvet Suits i
Now $7.50      '
���T\Vo only. v. Ivel Buita (one
havy and one brown), made of
fine velvet, shirtwaist style;
regular price $20 00, s i ,,,.
price, each  .$7.50
Ladies' Tweed Skirls
Special price ea. $3.50
New tweed Bkirts i'i dark
colors, mostly striped | att. rat
Every skirt well made and finished by the best skirl manufacturer in Canada. Regular prices
$.".00 to $0.50. On sti _ | .���'..
each   $3.50
New Spring Jackets
On sale today ea. $2.95
One lot of ladies' coats of
grey tweed, iu check, and
stripes; short lengths only.
Regular prices $3.00 to 17.50. On
sale,  each    $2.95
Long Kid Gloves, $1.95 per pair
Five dozen ladies' twelve-button suede kid gloves, in shade.-, of
tan, urey and black and white. You cannot alwaya 'buy kid gloves
at this low price, especially glov.s of the quality of Reynlera Regn.
lar value $2.75 and $3.00.   On sale this week, per pair  $195
W.S.Coll_sterXCo
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
The LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
We're on the
Coal Wagon
Now
delivering our high grade, clean,
sharp coal. Everyone seems to
have gotten wise to the fact
that this Is the time to get coal
at the best prices on account of
the season. They're right. We
will give everyone the same
chance���quantity does not rule
the price  now.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
beautiful tribute came from the assistant general manager, F. R. Glover, and
Mr. Hope.
Private flowers were as follows: Mr.
and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. \V. Archibald and
[laughters, Mr. .and Mrs. YV. Archibald,
Mr. and Mrs. \Y. Hrown. Mr. nnd
Mrs. norland. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Mcll.
Vampln 11, Mr. and Mrs. Cherry. Mr.
and Mrs. I). W. Cross, Mrs. Ii. Catl-
delL Mr. and Mrs. 8. lhiwe. Mr. nnd
Mrs. I lush wood-Jones and family, B.
and K. Dlgby, Mr. and Mrs. Eagles,
Mrs. Eichoft, Mr. and Mrs. ('. Feeney,
M.aggio and Edith Furness, Mr. and
Mrs.   Garrett, Mr.  and  Mrs.   Gilley,
Mrs. G. R. Mathias, Mr. and Mrs.
���McBroom, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Mr.
and Mrs. T. Oddy, Mr. and Mrs. Cross-
land (..lily. \V. Preston, Mr. and Mrs.
Papin, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Patterson,
.Mr. mid Mrs. Pope, Mr. and Mrs.
Rammed, Mrs. J, Relchenbach, T. N.
Read, Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Stoney, Mr. and
Mrs. .Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. R. Stevens,
Mi. and Mrs. Tidy, Mr. and Mrs. C.
<\. Wi Ish. Mr. and Mrs. Otway Wilkie
r.nd family. Mr. and .u'rs. H. A. Kerr
and family, Mr. and Mrs. W, Johnson.
The funeral arrangements were carried out by W. E. Fales.
Westward, Ho!
Electric Railway Service ii
lnterurban. Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at Jl p. va.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
Citj  line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram ?
office on the hour, twenty min
utes after and forty minutes af
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. ���
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
st ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the honr, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunoay Service   naif notirly be
tween _.;,0 ...in. and 11 p.m.
X British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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If are now at home in
    our new offices, two
blocks farther West, in the
Westminster Trust building, corner Columbia and
Lorne streets.
F. J. HART & CO.
Time Is Money���Don't Travel, Just Talk
Hirkft   WantedT R M,LES &C��'
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
New
R.pairs of all kinds driven special at-
| _ # I tention. Sewer connections made.
limited Fraser River Tanmry!��*������* <�����*�����   ^^
Westminster,    Vancouver    and    Chilliwack,   B. Ci     new Westminster, a. c.     j Front St New Westmir.ster

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