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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NFW WESTMINSTER, B.C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
'i-
COLLEGE STUDENTS      LABOR UNION IS       fiDFFK RRTAIIIMTFIIP
GIVE TINE RECITAL   MULCTED IN DAMAGES ���R KmAUKA���
GETS DOLLAR DAMAGES
W-Wati.
IN SOUTHERN 01 lb
WAF MUTE COUPLE
r��ry.
Splendid Vocal and Instru-Action of Victoria Stonecut-
mental Selections Heard; tens in Discharging Mem-
by Outside Friends. ber Costs Body $50U. .hidore Receives Solatium for Two Hours Spent in Lockup'    derni^Not Feared
Five Members of One Family Die at Dagapan ���Epi-
SECOND TIME
When Arrested on Charge of Obtaining Goods Under
A capi al recital was given by   the
musical students of Columbian colli
.   ,jiv islum last evening,   tbi
Keing a pujllo opportunity to lit-,;,
hoff Mi' ��� Howson's pupils have pro-
.,., s | ,    msically  during the college
vear v. 1> will close in the next tew
re was a good attendance
Dl  u;        lenu and friends.
Mrs, i ".'-on,  musical    InBtructresa
jl th lege, in the course of a con-
cjBe littli Introductory speech, ex-
... ] ha the members during the
past si "ii had been three times aa
manj ever Unown before, running
to seventy-flve enrolled, although ow-
ii.g t.i various circumstances, no:
: than sixty na_ tieen receiving
Instruction at any one time. This recital would give them an opportunity
to judgi of the progress made. They
had Imt bve gentlemen students for
vocal instruction, aud live fo'r the
piano. They would note that noi all,
oi course, of the students were taking part, but just some of the principal ones, For the junior classes a
recital had already been held. Twenty-
ttree students were sitting tor examinations of the Toronto school of
ir.uslc, which Is affiliated with the
Toronto university.
As tbe program w-as long, only one
encore ***as permitted. The character
u( tne music was purely classical, and
was a welcome change to the average
selections chosen by school recitals.
The program opened with a piano duet
b) Misses Ktt'ie Shaw and Olga Kirk-
land. and in fact the evening was
duid.d between vocal and pianoforte
Klections. Mrs. Hardy sang very
syuiju hi-ticaily, "When  the  Heart   Is
Voung," and later played a solo from
> .     With   Mr.   Hardy  she    tool;
,   ' In a duet, SUliner's beautiful set-
ting ol   i). Love Divine."   Tlie duet of
Mfees ...   Howell (tind  Keta  O'Connor
'Ms an arrangement Of tue celebrated
passage irom the "Midsummer Night's
Dream,"    1  Know a Hank.''    In *iddi-
lion to this    they    each    contributed
Mugs, excellently  sung,    and    would
bve   ��� i a  heard In encore had    the
time permitted.   One of the most loud-
Ij applauded vocal selections was that
il Mrs  Adams, an old Scottish ballad,
and this was permitted, the only encore ol ihe evening. Among the pianoforte excerpta was the long and difficult   overture    to    "William    Tell"
1 Kossini i  played by the .Misses Jean
Burneti  and Urace Lord, the former
also playing Chaminaile's "The Flatterer,'   and .Miss Lord gave fine renderings of two classical passages from
Beethoven and  Chopin, the  latter    a
Waltz In a Hat. Miss Ryder sang "Tbe
Kolj  City,"  and   Mr.  W.lllscrol't  "An-
cnored."    Both were capital additions
to the , logiani.   Other pianoforte contributions    wore    from    -Miss    Edith
Small   Edith Gurtls, Florence Curtis,
Margaret Carroll and Erminie Wood.
I,  Ma
9.���That a labor un
for damages il ii calls   ._
! ' n  ���'���       '"���    e a   worn nan on  i���,
��� I a member of the union, was
a '*":- :il - ran by Judge Lampman
1;' the county coun bene today.
Graham,    a    Calgary,   stonecutter
m( ml���'������  of the local union   at    that   '
place * ' to   ubmil to a working
**' s( :-- the Victoria union, which noti-
''''' the contractor it would call the
men out unless Graham was dis-
cbargi :.
Because of Ins loss of employment
Graham Bued the union for $500, and
judgmenl was given in his favor. The
court beid the union had exceeded its
legal rights.
False Pretences���Jurymen Act as Arbitrators,
Chief Justice Being Absent.
ROCKEFELLER PROPOSES
ENDOWING LARGE HOSPITAL
Institution   Will   Be   Founded   for Investigation   and   Treatment   of
Obscure Diseases.
New Vork, May 2'J���Tentative plaiu
have beeu made for a large hospital
to be conducted   in connection   with j.
the Rockefeller Institute for .Medicai
Research.    It is understood that   tae
Because of the absence of Chief
. Hunter from the bench yes-
afternoon for sufficient rea-
s' ns, the hearing of the case Isidore
..- Gilchrist was delayed several
hour3, bul finally went ibefore the
jurymen empannalled as arbitrator.-,
by consent of counsel for both
parties.   Sheriff  Armstrong  presiding.
After the hearing of much evidence
and lengthy addresses by counsels,
judgment was given for tlie plaintiff,
Mr, Gilchrist being ordered to pay
Isidore the sum of one dollar of lawful money in full settlement for all
damages sustained. The verdict met
with popular approval.
History of the Case.
Early in October of last year, the
plaintiff, a Greek named J. Isidore,
came to this city from Astoria, Ore.,
and entered into an agreement with
J. M. Wise, of the Depot hotel, whereby the latter leased Isidore the Depot
hotel dining room, whicli was transformed Into a restaurant. The GreeH
conducted the business uuring the exhibition week, contracting de'jts during that period with several of the
city  merchants.    Attempts to collect
. li i has been approved by    John    D.
Rocki feller, and that the funds will
ibe provided by him.
The institute was founded primarily
for investigation    of   cereb.o    spina!
meningitis.     Mr,     Rockefeller     was
prompted  to  this  tiirough  the death
of    a   favorite    grandson    from    the
malady.   The hospital will be unique.
1 The  patients  will be  those  suffering
; from obscure diseases, either chronic
Oi  whicli have been a puzzle to medical science.   The objects Will be, first,
J to cure diseases which have failed to
.respond  to  the  ordinary  method    of
treatment, and a second, to afford ma-
tieiial for observation by the scientists
I who are at work in the insti.ute.
the monies due them failing to meet
with  any success,  some of the  mer-
Icnanfs became possessed of the idea
I that Isidore would bear watching, and
accordingly when  it  was    discovered
that he had emptied the cash register
ial   tlie lestaurant,  withdrawn all his
! money from the bank and left the city,
it was assumed that he was on   the
had been obliged to quit business be-
cuused he had been arrested. S nee
that time he had been working in
Vancouver at a Balary of $.i.i a month.
Expenses and Expenses.
Questioned by Mr. Hole, Isidore declared that ho had ,-.'U ou his per_oa
when he was taken orf the train at
Westminster. He had been making
money tmt of the restaurant. Mr,
Hole examined witness closely In order to discover why, If he lud been
inuklng |200 a month at the restaurant, ail the money iiad in the world
alter running it two weeks was $10
less than when he commenced business. To this Isidore replied that he
had "made expenses"���meaning that
he had gone to considerable expense
in furnishing up the place. This was
interpreted by counsel to mean that
he had only cleared expenses on the
restaurant, and that the business could
never have been a paying concern.
Many Debtors in City.
A statement of assets given by Isidore, included a counter, valued at $23;
a gas range, worth $22; twelve stouls
at $2 apiece, and -plumbing fixtures
costing $_2. He did not remember
the names of the people to whom he
owed money, but Mr. Bole refreshed
his memory iby going over a long list
of names and figures, showing that
the Greek was about $500 in debt.
Heavy Damages Claimed.
Isidore  explained  that  he  believed
he  was  entitled    to  $5000    damages.
T iiis   amount   was   made   -u]i   by   a
tajcullar arithmetical computation    in
���Manila, May 2D.���Cholera has apparently taken a serious foothold in
the province    of    Pansasman.    Four
cities, including Dagupan, are infected, and the bureau of health is sending additional Inspectors, planning to
stamp out the disease. The entire
family of the Ughtkeeper at Dagupan
was infected and five of its members
died. Their condition was discover 'd
through the inability to extinguish th..
light in the day time.
Cholera is also rife in the provinces
in other sections, where many cases
have been reported since January, in
Rigal and Zambaleos. There is no
fear of a general epidemic.
BASEBALL GAME AT PARK
IS WORTH MONEY TODAY
For First Time Charge Will Be Mad-
for Admission���Picked Teams to
Circle the Diamond.
Silent Partners Separated
Twenty-seven Years Ago
Reunited in Marriage.
Spokane, .May 20.���Deep silence
blooded over the ceremony of two
marriage celebrations, one at lae
court house and one at a residence, to-
d'tiy, and, Incidentally, there was a
small-sized congress of deaf mutes,
whose actions had to speak louder
than words to make the contracts
b ndiug.
Both couples were deaf mutes. John
M Smith, aged 05 years, and Ehnira
Smith, aged 01, who had not seen each
oilier for twenty-seven years, until an
Item in the Spokesman reunited them,
decided upon remarriage, inasmuch as
John, after being missing ten years,
had been declared legally dead and
the wedding was the only way legally
to bring him to life.
The other couple, Hugo Asa Hol-
enmbe, of Colfax, and Miss May Reese,
of Seattle, were made husband and
wife at the residence of the Rev. M.
EC. Dunn.
FOUR YOUNG SOLDIER UBS
CAPTURE COVETED MEDALS
SUNDAY CLOSING LAW
point of. leaving the country without, wnich ?2400 for the loss of business
���settling his just debts. A warrant for for tWfcive months, and $4000 solatium
the arrest of the restaurateur was|for false an.esl formed the heaviest
sworn out by Dave Gilchrist, of    iM^htems
West  End  grocery.    Detective  Brad- 1 Tzarlemh Grierknu Speaks.
straw arrested Isidore at the G. .N. R. j The next witness called happened to
siation the same afternoon, escorting j bfl a GreeU afflicted with the above
hlm to the police station where he feal.ful name Tue services of an in-
remained for some hours. Having a !lerI)retor were necessary before
considerable sum of money on his per- j Tzar���eta's evidence could be taken,
son. he volunteered to pay all claims jbm eVfcn wlth this ass*sta_ice, very
on condition that he was released, giv- |mt]e o1- ilUei.est or   importance   was
For the first time this season an admission fee of twenty-five cents will
bo charged to see a baseball game at
Queens park this afternoon, when the
city seniors will meet a team picked
from among the best players in the
Painters and Colum jian college teams.
The game promises to be the rno.t exciting of the season and, as the boys
have been giving free exhibition
games during the past few weeks, it
Ls up the sport loving public to turn
out today and assist the*club to meet
its financial liabilities. The game will
start at li o'clock sharp, F. J. Lynch
handling the indicator.
The city team will be composed of
the following regular players: Silver,
p; Munn, c; Sinclair, lb; Lewis, ss:
Turner, 2b; Stein, 'Jb; Barbarep, if;
Peele, cf; Canfield, if; H. Ryall. spare.
The combined college aud paint-is"
team will be made up as follows:
Suyce, p; Prouty, c; Yuill, lb; Mcln-
t*re. ss; Dickie, 2b; Fitzgerald, 3b;
Rickman, rf; Mannerlng, cf; Welsh, rf.
Lieut.    Rorison    so    Impressed   with
Showing of Boys' Brigade That
He Donates Extra Prize.
APPLIES TO  THEATRES
Olympla, May 29.���The Sunday closing law as to the prohibition of conducting theatres on Sunday is sustained by the supreme court in a decision
filed today.
Tlie opinion is rendered upon    the
a; plication of Frank H. Donnellan for
a writ of habeas   corpus.    Donnellan
jw.is arrested December 17,    1907,    in
ing Chief of Police J. W. Mcintosh an 1
onler to this effect.
Tlie   action   for   damages   resulted
from the detention of the plaintiff at
Seattle, charged with operating a
playhouse on Sunday. The theatrical
managers of the state combined to
make the  action  a  complete  test of
t
law.
11   was  contended that    under
provisions    of tue    constitution
legislature could not prohibit amuse
ments on Sunday uuless it were
the
the
for
brought out. Isidore, a gas stove, a
mysterious friend and the death of an
aged parent in Greece fifteen years
ago,  were mixed up in    a    hopeless
the lockup for two or three hours, he Numbje of unintelligible Graeco-Eng-
claiming that he had suffered mental j1:hh The wi-ness was quickly ex-
.aguish and loss of business prestige  cuse<j
because of this.
Evidence of Witnesaes.
The first witness called was J. \V.
Mcintosh, chief of police, who stated
that Isidore had been arrested on Oct.
12 and broughl to the police station,
where he had been detained a.out
two hours. He had made inquiries
from the chief of police of Portland
concerning Isidore, ami had been informed that a man of that name had
conducted a restaurant at Astoria, and
that nothing was known against him.
"n   answer  to  questions  Mr.  Mcln-
Mi
the  protection  ofthe  public  hMltb��  tosh declared that [si<jore had offered
���alrkland'a rendition of Hi'Swan | safety or morals, and that theatres are j ^ _eitie his debts of his own    free
not included in such a category.   The Lyjj]     Ia t]le opinion of witness,   the
title of the Sunday   closing   act wa3 |Q.reejj  was attempting to leave town
���s : from "Lohengrin,"' and Mrs,
'���: ngton'a iwo excerpts from Men-
'''' uhn ami I.hiding deserve more
'���''"i passing notice. .
Vl the close of the program Mrs.
'���"'���������"ii announced the following stu-
1,1"' bad gained special mention for
their work: Voeal-MIss Bertha Woo 1-
���'���h'I Vlr. .VHliRcroft, Misses Rita
O'Cunnor, and equal Elizabeth .larvi-
���ou, Misses Lilian Bowell, Bertha
Woodward and M. McAllister. Piano-���
1 Misses Lilian Grlndley ��nd Grace
Por<l, equal. 2. Misses Olga Kirk.and,
Edna Grlndley, Erminie Wood anil
x-rs IHherlng'on. Honorable men-
Uon���Awdry Holmes, Mrs. Balzold
an��l Lizzie McAllister.
also attacked on technical grounds,    j without  paying lis debts.    He   con-
Tli(. supreme court adheres to 'l'e Inderal that $2 would fully cover all
rule thai the state has ihe right    to damages sustained by the plaintiff be-
pass a Statute prohibiting any sort of j ualw.t, of ]lit. anTS,  ,1U(1 dententlon.
j exhibition or amusement on Sunday in
onl*. r to preserve peace and order.   It
jis also held that the technical ai tacks
u|,on the tit'o of 'he ad are not well
taken, and the writ of habeas corpus
is denied.
W0RTHLES8 BANK NOTES
ARE PASSED AT EVERETT
'��� '���'���ref. May 29.���Two $10 notes on
""��� linden! and defunct Merchants
l""1 Planters' bank, a prominent flnan-
*';l1 Institution of fhe South during
""' "ar of the Rebellion, wore passed
-**-1 niRht, one. ut the St. Jtunes then-
''" ��nd the cither at n Hewlll avenue
���*alo��n. Both bills wore disposed of
,IV 'hi sflme financier. He wits minute-
'��� Ascribed ���)>* both victims, but the
''lil'' have been unable to locate h'm.
'""' transactions occurrel during a
1 ���'''��� ol biiBlneas.
Japan Make* Diplomatic Changes.
Tokyo, May 29.-Tbe official an-
nM.uceu.ent of recent diplomatic appointments is expected tomorrow.
Baron Chlnda, vice-minister of the
foreign office, will be ambassador to
Berlin; Viscount Hayashi. minister of
foreign affairs, amibassador to Rome,
and Bflron ljuin, formerly vice admiral,
ambassador to Pfekln. Baron tabu, now
chief of the buwau of commerce ot
,he foreign office, will be appointed
vice-minister of the foreign office as
oucceBSor to Baron Chinda.
Russian Battleship Aground.
St. Petersburg, May  29.-The Rus-
slnn battleship Peter the Great struck
the rocks last night  in  the Gulf   of
Finland  a} a point  nenr
Revel.   Her
bow
was pierced. She is still aground.
"Dago Client."
John  Isidore, the plaintiff    in    lhe
c.se, next took the oath.   He admiUvd
Sixty Cents on the Dollar.
J. M. Wise detailed the circumstances which led up to the leasing
of the Depot dining room by Isidore,
who later admitted to him that he
could not carry on the business.
Several creditors had been pa d at the
rate of sixty cents on the dollar.
George Cunningham, of the Cunningham Hardware company, was most
emphatic in his assertions that Isldoie
intended leaving the country. He had
been putting off his creditors for several days, ln witnesses' opinion, Isidore was not entitled to any damages
alt all. Had not Mr. Gilchrist sworn
out an Information against the Greek,
he (witness) would have done so. He
and Mr. Gilchrist were fully prepared
lo pull the restaurateur off the train
in order to make him pay their bills,
even is they hal not been armed with
a Warrant.
Conductor's Check.
Detective Bradshaw,  who    arrested
being a Greek with a limited knowl-1 lslljore and escorted him to tne lock
edge of English. Coming to B. C. on
Sept. 2, he some time biter took over
the Depot dining room, which he
transformed into a restaurant. _Vt the
start he had a partner, another Greek.
Exchange of Compliments.
Isidore was proceed.ng with his
evidence in a mumbled tone when W.
Norman Bole, K.C., acting on behalf
of Gilchrist, raised an objection, as
neither he nor the Jurymen arbitrators
could distinguish a word.
"Make your Dago client .pea., up,"
snapped aVir. Bole.
Objection was taken to this remark
ij> G. E. Martin, counsel for Isidore, a
lively tilt occurring between the legal
lights. President Sheriff T. J. Armstrong called upon the witness to continue his evidence In order to bring
an end to the side argument.
Where the Money Went.
up, gave a comprehensive story of the
event. Tbe Greek was looking out of
the window towards the river when
he walked through the car. He looked
us If he might be attempting to qffcape
observation. On the way to the pollcv
station. Isidore had thrown away a
conductor's check, which witness
.hereupon picked up. The plant Iff
had told conflicting stories concerning his destination, mentioning both
South Westminster and Hlufne as his
objective point.
Addresses to the Jurymen Arbitrators,
in addressing the eight jurymen, Mr.
Pole pointed out several Inaccuracies
in the plaintiff's story, bringing out
the salient points with considerable
skill and telling effect. He asked
whether It would be considered thc
act of an honest man to make an appointment to meet his creditors at a
,t the time he came to British Co-  oerta|n hoi|).   then ,)08Se8s himself of
liimbia. Isidore had about |300 in cash.
He was making about $200 a mon'h
profit  at  thvj  Depot  rc.L'.uran',  but
all available cash and leave the city
(Continued on Page Flre.)
FRENCH AEROPLANIST'S
FLIGHTS SUCCEb..-UL
Rome, .May 2_.���Leon de la Grange,
the French aeroplanist, who has been
making a series of ascensions ln thiB
city, today made his final experiments
with his machine and went Into the
air for fifteen separate flights. The
maximum distance covered was about
3600 feet at a height of six or seven
feet from the ground. This distance
was covered in sixty-four seconds. Owing to a slight wind, -M. de la Grange
was not able to turn his maehin.- as
desired.
SMALLPOX ON BOARD
SHIP IN PUGET SOUND
Seattlv, May 38.���Al the Puget
sound navy yard, the yellow (lag
floats from the mast of the battleship
Kentucky, as a result of smallpox having developed aboard. One Bailor Is
confined with the disease and several
others show' signs of It. The Kentucky . Is now anchored above
Charleston. She will be fumigated
thoroughly.
The medals presented for competition among the lads of the St. Barna-
b'���s Boy's Brigade were handed over
to the winners yesterday evening at
the armouries, where the lads were
put through a series of evolutions by
L'eut Rorison, Sixth Regt. D.C.O.R.,
he having corile over from Vancouver
for the purpose of picking out tho
three lads entitled to the medals,
which were awarded on points for at-
tendeuce, behavior and general efficiency. , Ernest Dawe, Arthur Dawe
and Frank Turnbull were named as
winners of the medals donated by W.
.Norman Bole, Thomas Gifford, M.L.A.
and J.J. Cambridge, the presentation
iLeing made by Mr. Bole, who address-
e, the lads previous to pinning the
d'-corations on the breasts of the hon-
o.ed boys. Arthur Rogers, a member
of the company who ran a close race
tor one of the three medals, so pleated
tie inspector with his drilling efficiency that Lieut. Rorison volunteered
to give him a medal, which will be forwarded to the lucky lad within the
next few days. l_ieut. Rorison also
promised to donate a medal for c.im-
pttition next year.
A pleasing ceiemony took place j i��t
previous to the lads being dismissed,
when Col. Sergt. Jones stepped out ot
tbe ranks and presented Capt. V.H.C.
Anbott with a handsome set of ebony
backed hair and clothes brushes, in
case, this being a token of the appreciation of the interest taken by Capt.
Abbott in the brigade during the past
two years. A suitable reply was miuie
by the recipient of the gift.
The officers in charge of the lads
yesterday evening were Capt. Abbott,
Lieut. Guy Simpson and Chaplain
Rev. C.  W. Houghton.
Drug Fiend Found Dead.
Everett, May 2��.���Bert Henry, a
stranger, reported to the police as
seriously III at the Blue Front saloon,
a notorious Riverside resort, died half
an hour after he wus removed to the
.Ity this morning. Chief Marsnall
identified Henry as a drug "fiend" who
was deported as a vagrant last fall,
and who has wealthy relatives In Tacoma. Death Is supposed to have been
caused by an overdose of the man's
favorlUe drug.
FORMER NANAIMO MINER
18 SHOT DEAD IN YUKON
Dawson, M^y 2fl.���Gus. Lawles was
shot twice through the head at
Chicken creek and instantly killed by
George Matheson. Lawles came from
Nanaimo, where he was a coal miner.
He has a brother at Forty-Mile.
Americans Back Out.
Washington, D.C., .May 29.���General
James A. Drain, president of the
National Rifle Association of Americav
announces that the team of rifteme��
to represent the United States in the
Olympic games to be held in England
July ��S. 10 and 11. will not be sent,
owing to the refusal of the British
Olymiiic council to extend the time
for submitting individual names of
men of the team from June 1 to 15.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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"This Is My 73rd Birthday
Alfred Austin.
Alfred Am a, England's pool laureate, waa born in Leeds, May
30, 1835, and waa educated al Stonybursi omiege aua St, Mary's college He waa called to the bar .1 Inner Temple In 1857, abandoning
the la�� after a Bhorl period tor lournalism. He was he representative of a London newspaper at the Ecumenical Council a Rome In
1870, an 1 served In a Blmlllar capaoltj In the Franco-Prussian war.
Before be became known as e poet, Mr, Austin had written several
novel8 thai hum wit 11 Borne success. The Aral poem with which litis credited la "Randolph," will ton In 1854, His poetical works did
nol attraci attention, nowever, until 1862, wben he published "The
Human Tragedy," on which is based the poetical reputation he has
enjoyed from that date in 1896 Mr. Austin was created poet laureate I j  the late Queen Victoria.
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To Get Rich Quick
Is the fortune of few. Most people find it better to go slow at
first. Slowly but surely the modest savings accumulate until
eventually they enable their possessor to enter safely upon
more rapid methods.    Place your small savings with us.
Interest Paid Quarterly
m NORTHERN BANK
Capital Paid Up, $1,240,000.
Pest  and  Undivided  Profits, $133,000.
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
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Insurgents and Rioters Are
Getting Repulsed Every-
WANTED ��� Two experienced waitresses Appi. Manager, Asior Grill,
Vancouver.
whore by Japanese Forces. | v, amki* Furnished room, with good
conveniences; with or without
breakfast and sapper. State terms
��� i:   R." care Dally News.
Seoul, Korea, Maj _9 \ cording to
.1 in iii.ii\ reporl .1 total of Bfty-0_ree
MKagements ware foughi during the
month ol Maj In the campaign 0. (he
Japanese fortes against Korean in-
mnrgents and rioters. Five hundred
nnd forty-nine Insurgents were Killed,
ii..ui3 wounded and .1 large number
captured The Japanese loot thirty
killed, The Insurgents Invariably out-
nam ered the Japanese forces Ave to
one
The greatest activity of the rebel-
lions element has been tn the province
<>! limn Kyo'.uio and Kwang-vVando.
Many of the Korean Insurgents who
have given tlie Japanese administration much trouble are surrendering.
in tact, the insurrectionary move-
meal has lost Its semblance ol o-.u.ur.-
ntton, .md control since the only
recognised Korean nsurgent leader
oun to Seoul on Maj il a*.*..! cave
huns,!:' up At the Japanese mil
headquarters ll is confidently predicted that the entire disturbing ei menl
a Ki e w 11 be subdued within sixty
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��J si        ad fhoui the d s ittec ed
\\ an TED���Respecta le girl to sell
1 ckets at Royal City Vaudeville
theatre Apply between twelve aud
one o'clock todaj at office, McKen-
tie street
SCOTSMAN -Aged SS, well educated,
energetic, tht. roughly rei able, exoel-
|. nt reference, Canadian and old
country : will be glad ol any kiud of
work.    "Scot" Pa:l.   News.
FOR SALE���Baby bugg7, nearly new
...id lu good condith *.*. Write P. O.
Box ;>>4. city.
:   One box Witch Hazel toilet soap
j   with  2  packages  Royal  Crown
Soap for   .       .       . 50c
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One package White Swan washing
j powder with 2 packages White
I   Swan Soap for ...       50c
I Take advantage of this special offer; it won't last long
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
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FOR SALE -
full sized
foundation
beautifully
S \ room modern house,
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on  one ol    the    r_u>s~
sltuated lots in the city,
it being the third lot oast oi Sixth
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street on tho north side of Fourth
avenue. Price $8500; terms. |300
cash, balance to suit purchase-
Look through this house and it you
thias. favorable ol it write me ani
1 will call upon vou. Th.is. v.*.
Hem 17 Harris street,   Van
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This Date in History,
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_        Kenny's restaurant, Columbia
s*. reet.
WANTED   Light  employment  to   or
Kc<   or shi,>plng clerk   l y
stead     trustworthy, reliable    man:
knowledge   ot   bookkeeping.   Apply
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WAN!-.     .;.-.;    t.-:   general    housework     Applj   G., Daily  News office.
LOST���Between Centra] Park and the
I. 0 O. F. cemetery, brow- ���'..::
overcoat Litem] rew.ird :\r return
to Pa ':���   N.ai  Office.
WESTMINSTER Ke.lty and Bmpioy-
nier,t Agency, ;66 Colunibia street.
Famish  male   and   female help  to ���
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of eharge.   F_ia*>r.e i>6<>: P.O. Beet SSI
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Fruit Ranches
Ten acres convenient to town     All   slashed;   no :   _.; ?,Mi
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain roa
two  room house;   small garden and chicken nouse ai * -l-odid
soil and good water    Price $1230.    Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
C WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
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"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
On Princess street, near Sixth    -.reet   oar   ine.    Sp'end:d   dance   to
purchase an inside lo-. at suburban prices.    Pr ce  only $325 eacn.
Terms $-25 cash and $10 per month.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER   and  CHILLIWACK.
The Canadian Bank
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calling at Hammond. Haney. Ungley.   ^ h�� ARRA:<G?.D AT THIS OF-
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Leaves  ChUttiraek Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
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HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.
B   K   WALKER.  President. -ALEX.   LAIRD.   General   Manage:
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
R.  WHITMORF. Secretary.
Westminster
Transfer Co
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
FARMERS' BANKING.
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Every  facility  afforded  Farmers for  their banking  business.    Sales   Notts
cashed  or taken   for collection.
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BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   assy t* cs.e or withdrawn ohy mail
Ou.-oftown accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC H���H  K DAYT-CSON.
NOTICE.
Tenders for Building Fi��neries Cruise
for British Columbia.
any  pa-
UghtandHcavrHauliui
OFFICE���TR*M C��*':T
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
F. CRAKE! CmsLErs
tr      APVTaRT'31      fal
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THE      OAMY      NEWS
If Yca'Y* LOST Aaytiit*
T_* penoa or |*"tn* hav.cj jn
-":-. - eaaMti ���-"**��� poeaeartoB *.':.-.- :V:-
aalai Title DMil rehtiin to the
>a:J. -.--operty are lafO-Mtad ** :-.*.'iver
tkc  <Ar-ie be the aai-.Tsi^rr.-eai
nta July, VKS* Daaie    WUBe    be
V-^st Grau
Coaveyacc*.  ia  Ne
J. S.  ROBSON.
per C   E   Rohson
A?p!-��-*-_at.
Th�� time for receivic? t.aders for'
tlte British Columbia Fishery Cruiser
wiil  he extended from  tie Pirst    off
May satfl the F'-rs't of June ner_
F. GOL*RDEAL",
Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
Ottawa, April ilUnd. I'm. j
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dail*
Travel M tka I i~
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English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo.  Adotm*\  Crtx*rr
Lad:��s' Gold Watcnes  Troa |1t75 up.
.."*���. a:>xen's   Silver   Watrhe*.   cp��n '���
���a'.-e. $6.00.
���-rentleoien's Silver  Watches,   dcuhls '
.-ast.. $7JS0 'ip.
A��ent for the ce!*hrsts,l Bead B.--nf
Watches, surfl-e-i   -o    tie    Weihaaa [ M   MOR��v*S  ST^TiONE-^V  STORE.
Arctic Exr-edi-los     Ul t��ni:*i
Chains. Rinas. Jewfiry. -etc-. ��e. J   ��- ���W_K*wfJ C OAR DIVAN, and
��lbi*a F-  M*CKES2:s.'S  DRUG   STORE,
POSTCARDS
ARE   Y  W  ON  5AI_E AT
j. HENLEY
MSSSafSmWt t*M Of
Mineral Waters, Etc
AeratrJ Water?.
Family trade a sp*eialty.
7,^ m, Offks   Eight itrsst
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   t.  C.
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Elec._.v*-i_ri--teo '..-��_.- -
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New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St P*"1
.AN,.- ALL POINTS BAST
Steatusiti;   _:c_.*ci     :   *
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Special   R��*wcetj   R.��j   =-'-"j
Ratea  t* Scutr-��--   C*>
Fcr f-__:i informsSco  :
C. E. LAN'-     -
430 Hast-J^ St. V��=o'C��--   ���
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Tr*. LAV  30,  1908
THE DMLY NEWS.
PAGE TURKS
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
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ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the large numbei of   . -     . | [ i.positors
INTEREST ADDED I'll M i;s .\ y; :..\|*.
i'ut your money where it is accessible when vou require it
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.    '
New Westminster Branch,     p. g.  LYLE,   Mgr.
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SPECIAL SALE OF
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Men's Working SHIRTS {
50 Doz. Men's
Working Shirts
In dark stripes and medium
colors.
()ur regular 75c lines,
To clear at 50c ilie skirt.
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GUSSETS HE INFOKOID
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Ryall's Drug Store)
'his is an opportunity, Mr.Work-
ingman, you cannot overlook.
Come early for sizes and patterns.
See Our West Window.
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HIGH
GRADE
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ABSOLUTELYPURE.
SOLD IN PACKAGES AND CANS.
Sama Price as the cheap
adulterated kinds.
E.W.QILLETT
TORONTO. ONT
COMPANY
LIMITED
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REPORT
EYES   TESTED   PREE
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W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B. C
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The attendance at the weekly mar-
i ket yesterday  was abuiu   up  to    the
Average,  and   a  brisk    busme.ss was
done, the auctioneers having a   busy
|tlme     in   tlie  rings.    Prices    on    the
I whole  ranged  as  at  recent  markets.
Considering thai  ll Is a sea.on when
farm  ;. iduction la quiet, and at the
same   time   many farmers   are busy
wiih   seeding  and   spring work,    the
market showed no falling off.
Auction   Rings.
In   the lings T.  J.   Trapp    and    J.
| Travel's did a fail* business.   The chief
item passing under the    hammer   io
Mr.  Trapp's  ring was a team,  a  bay
a'nl   white  horse,   for  $-480.     A   team
wagon and horse sold for $250, and __
grey for $27...    Another grey changed
hands at $150,    Km* $15u a pony, rig
and harness was sold.   A black horse
weighing 1100 pounds fetched $ti0. An-
oiin-;   notable  itvni  was the sale  of a
bay   in.ue  for   $ w,   and  r,t    .lack   and
white   COW   for   $16.    There  was   also
quite a trade among the small buyera
(_������ Box   ITI.        Tel.   53. 11-.
Estimates   Submitted.
429
jin  young  pigs.    A  large  quantity    of
|Implements, etc., were disposed of to
B. C. Milk, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finilh,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish ancj Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Door
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Sapperton Sash and Door Works
Before ordering your sashes, doors,  window frames,    etc.,    phone
M 175,    You will save money and  get a  reliable job with the  least
"<"��� CADDY   &   CO.
Remove An Eyesore
..Westminster..
IRON WORKS
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Crest-
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Offioe and Works:
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
Nothing gives a  bright residence a
iireater 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 all the world like
a  dirty, tattered, listless  Hobo.
When ycu purchase your lawn
r*'\^___. mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
We have a large variety in stock, including the latest,
nnd easiest ball bearing mewers yet invented, 'and we respectfully solicit
your critical inspection.
MAIL CONTRACT
j      out and disgusted.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL f14.400.000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
���ranches throughout Canada and New feundland. and ln London, England,
.New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transac *>d.
Letter* of Credit Issued, available witL correspondents In all Darte of the
World.
���evlnge Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four tlmea a year.
To!a' Assets over $168,000,000.00.
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager
We have garden tools and implements in stock calculated to satisfy
the most fastidious, and economical buyers. Also an extensive stock of Bee
supplies.
T. J.
TRAPP
Limited
HARDWARE,  ETC.
&  CO.
COLUMBIA  STREET
Grand Trunk Ry.
WHEN GOING EAST
*.SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
'THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Ye_-
BETWEEN
N'-CW WESTMINSTER BRANC   H
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 338.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton. Toronto,   *** ,,""���. D   ,
Minneapolis, St. Paul
Montreal, Quebec, jrL.
' x and Chicago
Portland, Boston,      THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
And all the principal business centers of   Embodies the newest   and best ideas
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAkl-  for   CO.MFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
TIME PROVINCES. al,d   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and  both  electricity   and   gas;  the  most
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Rails,  brilliantly   illum.nated   tram   in   the
.r. f_._i_.__.   ._.    ..j*         world.     Tbe   equipment   consists  of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
cm, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library aad smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
��ao Second Avenue. Seattle. W.��b
For Time Table*, etc.. adoress
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Pasaeager and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St. Chicago, 111.
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
f&aser river tannery i I
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box (45.
Trains & Steamers
i*
. C.P.R. MAIN  LINE.
j   Leave New Westminster ��: 55, 11:i>5,
j 15:15, 17:20. 18:40.
I    Arrive    New    Westminster    10; 25,
I 12.45, 16:30, M:26, 19:36.
Overland express arrive* 12:45,
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 djs
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p-m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20.
0:50, 7:20 and 8, a.m., and every half
tour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lt. Vancouver tor Westminster at
5.50, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
V,. W   ft Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 8 p. m. aad t:H p. m.
m^ i l.v. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. end 1 p.m.
60  VE/mr
PI-IIENCE
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NewYorit
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster-General, will j>e received at Ottawa until Noon, ou Friday, the Nineteenth June, tor the conveyance ot His Majesty's Mails, on a
proposed contract Ior lour years, six
limes per week each way, between the
proposed post office at Dundonald and
Gilley Station, B. 0. Electric Railway, Iweakening
during the Postmaster-General's pleas- j
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Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and blank
forms of tender may be obtained at
the post office of New Westminster
and from Mr. .1. Wollard at Dundonald,
and at the office of the PoBt Office In-
spBctor.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspectors   office,   Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1908.
various parties.
Meat.
Meat retailed at price, which have
ruled recently er slight advances.
There wiaa a good supply of all kinds
of meat save mutton anil lamb. Beef
sold readily, while mutton and lamb,
being short, met with a good demand.
There, was a fair offering of pork, and
the supply easily found purchasers.
Veal had a good salt', prices remaining
Arm.
Poultry and  Eggs.
The demand fur live poultry continues to hold firm. A few ductus also
reached the market. Young chickens
are selling at 20 cents a lb. on foot,
and _,���,") dressed. The Chinese jobbers
are a blessing to those having old
sitters, aud other elderly uenizens of
the yard to clear, and good sales weie
reported in this tlirectiou. Chickens,
oa lhe whole, were not so plentiful
and all sold readily. There was a good
offering of broilers.
The quantity of eggs on suie. Kept
prices at 2:, to iii cents, wholesale, and
���1 ' cents retail. This compares favorably wiih last week, and shows an.
upword tendency.
Butter was short, and  prices held
a; 'in to '���'������> cents per pound retail.
Potatoes.
The supply of potatoes exceeded the*
demand, prices ruling at slightly ���'_��*-
low the old figures. A dollar a sack
is now hard to get, and very likely
with the new crop entering the market ihere will be a great revision of
prices. The standa.fl of $18 a ton still
n*les the market, hut prices are last
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
,-oints east, west and south to Ross-
���.nd, Nelson and intermediate points
.onnecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
h N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
id-art Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falls with
ttage ('lily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
-.pokane and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave
9.30 *.*..
12.2$ P-m.
ti.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
... Spokane ....7.1S p.m.
...Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
....Nelson 6.45 p.m.
H. A. FACKSON.
Vegetables.
There is a great demand ou the part
ot' the stores for fresh vegetables, and
in consequence the lots reaching the
market were short. Nevertheless tlie
supply was fair, at any rate in greens.
Some cauliflower sent in weighed
eij'ht   pounds   a  piece.
AlBO in flowers there was a falling
j.oit.  but otherwise little change is to
be reported.
Several boxes of apples reached ihe
stnlls, and sold well.
The Harvest Prospect*.
Harvest prospects are very ��_*���-
courttglng throughout the Fraser valley. The warm weather, combined,
with the rains of the last few day*.
h.is done much to advance the crops,
which are looking well. Oats particularly promise well, a large acreage being under cultivation In the Delta dis-
11 ut. II there Is great heat, however,
the straw will be loo plentiful. Hay
continues to give assurance of a
bumper harvest, the grass coming on
feet. Around the inlet, and east ol
the city conditions are not so ad-
.anced as in the valley. l
Official Quotations*..
Beef) hindquarters 8V*c to 9Vfc��,
forequarters 6����c to 7tyc; mutton 18c
-to 14c; lamb 15c to 16c; veal, medium
lie to UMiC; large 9c to 10c; pork,
dressed 9c; eggs, retail 30c per ill iW,
wholesale 25c to 27c per dozen; battel, retail 30c to 35c; fowl $7.50 te
HM>0; chicken $6.00 to $8.00; broilers.
M.00 to $5.50; ducks (young) $6.50 to
18.00; potatoes $17 to $18 per ton.
SCHWAB EXPECTS LARGER
DEMAND POR  STEEL
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
tor CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily traine (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express   and   freight   connect   witb
.tages at Carcross and White Horse,,    ^	
naintaining a through winter service, j 27,000,000 In 1907.   Mr. Schwab mM
For informstion apply to <th8' ,here e*,8l*d **�����������* ffttte*
'   H. ROGERS. Traffic Manager i depression ever known in the   ��*��**
Vancouver. B. C       j trade, but conditions were* Improv,**,
Detroit, May 28.���Speaking Inst
night at the annual banquet which,
closed the convention of the International Boilermakers' association,
Charles M. Schwab, formerly president
of the United States Stea-I eorpomton.
predlcted that in 1910 the annual production of steel in the United States
would be 40,000,000 tons, as against
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TIE   DAILY  NEWS.
Saturday,
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30, 1308,
THE DAILY NLWS
E. A. Paige.
Managing   Director
���   be un*. 'reasonable cause' If. as we are
fold; pertbnal registration is the be-
giuiiing and the end of the Manitoba
Published a$ the DaUy News Pub    syatom ?    Either these words    mean
lletuiig  Company,   Limited,   at   their   nothing, or :.:<-.   are there tq Justify
offices, oorner of   Sixth   and   Prom  u,,, surreptitious addition of names to
streets, Net.   Westminster, B. C. ,s,e lists bj the clerk.
It must never bo overlooked that,
l( ��� ".ie desijiau' attiinpts by Jioblin
\ lug.-is to becloud '.his -io ut, ihe
tV-glstrutlou clerk's action or doci.i.-u
i.-. final In ever,. cas.>, unless a formal
appeal Is takeu fiom his tinding to the
Thi   St .tea.i 11   thai tiie Judges
ce the lists is ;, falsi b od. They
I ,.;���, |, enunciated '. His jbave not'Ute 1 ist contfbl of the Usta
Lordship, iho C le Ju l ci In bis ��xoej)l in so far as appeals, supported
, 0 the j:u, ui the cas, of evidence, are l>rough( Iwfore them.
Hughes is Keary, .\o think to be a i; ���' registration clerk, by n judieiou.
VAt} langerouson* .Ve are not pass -������' ���'��� '������ B wide powers or by tilegal
iMupon the merits oi demerlu ol tlie  ��*��- gives the Liberals the worst of
SATURDA. .  MAY 30,  IBOS.
PRIVILEGE  OF  PUULIC  MEN.
m up in the
, ,ht ml we   li ab it Is an i x-
(.raordinar,, privileg to fit* a man
elected for a term of one year to a
public of-toe to m ike statements, sup
posidlj in the pu iltc weal, which
mlghi vain a man or business concern,
it s-i> to the extent of 100 votes In a
constituency, tiie balauce can l>e only
righted bj a tedious and expensive
process In law. Firs:, tlie Liberals
11.-----1 detect the Irregularities, and
tor doing tins they often bare bul two
and  pui  the onus of proving malic*   ��- three days'grace after the close of
ii|H>n i he person or persons who coign
be .-...- rievably ruined  We can hard
ij believe thai His Lordship Intended
th:.        i        -..'    le as conveyed  bj
,ns  R*ords, bul coming from so emln
ent a jurist, thej   wl I   doubtless     e
Cited  In  the  future  in cases of libel
and i' ���- for this re ison we point out
the dangerous nature   ot   the powei
said to be s 11 * liege of the men   In
public life.
eg strati in; then the] must enter the
rotests; and. finally, thej must bring
their witnesses to the Court of Revision, in man) const! uenoies, especially in off years, the Liberals have u.>
iltati m i .;;'.-��� ot doing i.ii.-
work as thoroughlj as it should be
lone
"That   the   Judges   have   no discre
Uonary powers   is   made abundantly
deer bj  sub-section S of 66,   which
says:     All the names for which   ap-
Eons   have  been made    to    '.ho
THE MANITOBA ACT. ,.,.,....,...  cl     ... -., ^is;er,, M
!::,   Manitoba Free Press thus ...>'..���    electors, and appearing in the regts-
���     ��� case tratlon regis:.:-    shall   be   added    to
���   .     nol   he Manitoba Elee-  "the said lists bj  the revising juice
.   \ . shows that the regisl .-. rrister without investigation   as
. ..   .   without  doing anything lliega     *     lualifical is   escep   the names a.;
�� exceeding his towers, can ex-       rsons compi ined  u.:i::st.  on   the
considei '.*..���	
i n.;.';-, ot the I sl    Clause  la ol
the official   Ins as to  regisi ra-
��� tlon clerks a) proed l y the U n
- ant Qoverac In .*.*.���.���.���.. : >.-- . Reg.
' Istration clerks have the option b re
'-quiring naturalised  British   subjects
'ground of disqualification, in the man-
'nor hereinafter provided."
"The registration clerk has much
more to Bay in making the list than
the Judge. Now, in most constituencies the registration clerk Is a part of
the permanent Conservative maen.ne.
In Dufferin, for instance, the registration Clerk i> T. Kornighan. President
of the Dufferin Conservative Association, and Mr. Roblln'8 right-hand
man."
I
ilver Maple G
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CUSTOMS   SALE
.
I'n Ier instructions from Aug is
Munn, Esq., collector, I will sell by
PUBLIC  AUCTION at  the    Customs
Warehouse, this city, on
FRIDAY, June 5, 1908 |
at   8  o'clock,   p.m.,    various     lots    of
abandoned,     unclaimed    and     seize 1
goods, as per lists to be seen at Ous- i
touts House, and at the Agent's Offic * I
Of the C, P. R., G. X. R., Dominion Ex- !
press Co., and Great Northern Express
Co.
Terms and conditions made known
i* sale.
T.  J.  TRAPP.  Auctioneer.
N'ew Westminster, D.C.. May 88, 1908.
Wil! appeal to the business man of New Westminster as a most desirable place, where sui
urban   life   can    be   enjoyed    with   every  convenience of the city.
He can he supplied with pure spring water piped into his
electric light, and a 45 minutes' tram service to and from this citv.
This beautiful subdivision of 230 acres is now being placed i
ket in 5 and 10 ac. tracts, all cleared and in crop, at $200 per ac.; cr
Silver Maple Gardens is about 10 miles distant from the city oi        , v
Ry., the Chilliwack tram, and has a boat landing on either end of the p
��� The soil is of a black alluvial make-up and is from three to I
depth, with clay subsoil. <
The cleared land without crop is $150 per acre; the cleared I elud
ing crop. $200 per acre; easy terms.
Remember, we advertise the truth, the whole truth and nothii .     * the
truth.   Come with us to-morrow and we will show you something
ing at. worth purchasing, and worth staying bv.
.-:-
HAMS ^
18c. per |b-
THE
j ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
Na   -nor*   n?e_
-._i-s to "The ott
o'   sending    your
'.- Side."    You  can
'making application  toi    registration rcw jft t*e t-st rubber stamps, r-.-.ae
'to   produce   ���    ve   Ificat.    ol   thai of ccod gum rubber, on   latest    in.-
Mion pro-.?.. ���:���-_������ nery, :.> expert workmen.
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MADE IX CANADA
Ma    orders Bllea same day as  re-
Central Meat Market}
Corner Eighth St and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE   370.
BOWELL &. ODDY, Proprietor*
J. TRAVERS ,a��" MJ
Phone 433
Second  Door from Tram Office
NEW WESTMINSTER      P.O.Box 625
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BAGLEY    &    SONS
ISt no*} Street. \'ancouve-.
'.!.-.i?es Goc-J  Rubber Stamrs
Ali   business   in   this  Kne   guaranteed.
Phone  A 245.
Auct on  sale  every Friday  mornina
cr '.r-t  Market  square.
J "       ADVERTISE        ��i
We have just received
and you are invited to inspecf,
without doubt the finest .e-
lecUon of HIGH - CLASS
WOOLENS that ever erased
the pond.
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DAILY       SEWS
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tai'or
Columbia  St,  NEW   WFSTMISSTER
RIGHT THIS WAY
EVERYBODY
FORTHE BEST SHOES
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PRICES
TO - DAY on .Numerous Lines oi Summer Shoes
"Warwick" Shoes for Men
The '-..s_s. $".-; mi :~t marlcet
.-.:.   C> - _:;: .-a '   ��-!te can.a$. ���:.-.
P- :��s.  pe-  car
"aof of jj��� m;u ca''. pate-:
Dxfcro ��-; 5 -:er lace st> ts
  $^.50 end Sc-":
Men's Walk-over Shoes
G-- ��� eta' Ov'cros   - t- s     re. per pa.r  .
G_- -eta   r-tto- Ox'.-os   -  tn ��     r.e.  per  par
Tar. RuM'i ca '    '���A., ^o.e-s     - :��stcn and 'ace O^s-rs. c- -
Ve- s  ��� Ne.-.'-s"*'   * ��� e- can    ~_^;   tret*,   to   ta-i   a-o     Piac-
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Twenty Per Cent
Cash Refund Sale
In order to realize on our stock
of
Men's Suits,  Odd Pants,
Overalls, Sweaters. Shirt-.
Braces,  Underwear. Ties,
etc., etc.
Eoots and Shoes for Men,
Women and Children. Calico, Prints, Toweling. Curtains, Ladies' Vests, Night
Gowns, etc..
We shall during; the next
FIFTEEN  DAYS
refund to each purchaser 20 per
cent of the amount of ali purchases in any of these lines.
Our stock is all new, the best ���
you should noi  miss an opportunity : :
tike this.
KYLE & SON
Front Sk
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Special Prices on
LADIES' SHOES
es   $o.50 A-fci"   ace boot* ter   SJ-X
$.' ST   A-<-;a-  turn ��o'�� tc^tt fcr  IZ.7*
:f   $- CO fcutta". C-��'a--..$  in patent ar-a  * i    13-X
���** metal CWerd*  A-neritan   make lc-*C
n   rate-t i~d RuMia ca ' p-T�� $-i :���:
K: a\'   k c  B..;NC turn t: e C��'.-:i ':- SZ ':'
.a; f*   ��- te :*~\*i Ox'."-.*!* **.-
S*r ft ��t,. f��. p- ces   et:     -   cu* -Kiiacwi
$^aY a-3 $.*MVD
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COWILi
T^j . _"^a'��     ., ,,t ,     *,    .*ft    .'     _.^��. a.*- ��� '
GASOLINE
ENGINES
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign ol the Big Electric Boot
New We��trninjter
Ha-, e proven tc be tupenor to ai: ot~t--i   -"a.1*"-""
LIABILITY. ECONOMY.  DESIGN. EAS>  ST* = ~ '. i
Se-2 fyr ir* -ata ;���;-������ e ..it  ��.ec. �� - .-- '.: .      -s:*;:.*i "������
mtnti cf tie e*��g=rie*.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd
��� a?i=s^=;=i=;=
SOLE   MAM. FACT.. ���.�������&
WESTMINSTER,
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B. C.
ARE YOUR EVES
Troubling You?
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W. GIFFORD. Optician
C-it ;jt     �����*���"'?-��
.'ft SATURDAY. M
AY  30,   1S08.
THE DAILY News.
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INE CASH STORES I
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THE CASH STORES   T. H. SMITH
Z2��i!ii~��*?���-���"*tt?>inn?>??^ni^
Th. W M!8Sl Scl,i"9 "a** ��f Hie Season mu be FIIDAJ _p���
SITIillC'i. and ilie musl pronounce, bargains mil be here. ' I
Monster SalcToTi
Ladies9 Suits
$20,00 Suits ior $9.50
,,        ive ladies' suite at less than cost. \ve Uave t00             f
���        luvlng bought rather more heavll;  th son than formerly
!,,,, u,    reason we have made this ver ,     ,,lj(;e cut
Vou!, see in these suits the same Ugh  ch ,���,,,.,.,. o�� makln    ,ha.
dlstlngu   Hes all the garments .old bj th Thl   materlals t00
arse, i   enl as well as fashionable,   The are Prince   Chan
lull     id plain tailored, in Ught tweeds, 1 , two    ,,.���,.,    ,,Mi)i,.
Pdevrona and monotones���light, and _umn Regulai     ,: ��������� $i\
mo.   Friday and Saturday your choice for
p!jj_^g^^^^^^^^^W^CT*���:.*;:���-���::--���..���::���-:...-::���-.;���.^h.���;.-j^*;.-i.*jk=:.-;. .:-,"- ...-*.
CITY NEWS
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Phone   I��� -".*-,   Royal City  i leaning"!    New live  room  house and lot    tor
��� ag Works, opposite   l'remier,. aW on Alberta street. Will sell cheap
on terms.
1 ton.
-   season for sturgeon begins
lay,  lasting six  weeks.   Tho j    when the assize was resumed yes
season has been equal to<]terday morning th
ears.
ute    the    superiority    of
morning the ease of Herrllng  f
i *-*���
vs; Stover, for damages for breach ofl*
ptomlse of marriage, mas taken in;J
private.   \v. Norman Hole. K.C..   an-lz
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Where's
the Game? *
Not  hard  to fin I   If  you're out
hunting for a bargain In RUGS.
Drop in and see our 9 ft by
in ft, ti in. Art Squares.    Regular  $5.*f5,  foi-    $4.25
Door  Rugs,  regular $1.(10,  for
    65c
Lip-   ' A
er- |
lante" cigars Is  to  question  the'1 ""    "' ���""""-" ""���*"��� "*���*-*������   al*
value of quality ,,'peared for the plaintiff, and an in*
_         locutory    judgment    having    already
! I'e   high   school ,juniors,   and   thec|been given,  the sura    assessed    was
cvntral school boys will moe; at thei$2000 with costs.
���Mood,   square  grounds  this morning.       . ,  , . 	
ools   head  the  juvenile  base-;     A" k,nds ��l" ��umUalB :,t ���*'"> the I
llonsi.   .'hone 1S1.
'S Mammoth furniture Emporium
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LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
Opposite Lorne Street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone 73.
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ml
$9.50
Lingerie Waists al $1.25
Over sixteen dozen waist beauties, somi ��� , i,, being high grade
;::        tions.    Thp.v come in ftne Lawn, and  dotted    mull;
also Persian lawus, with blind and open emUroidery, some with line
falenclenne lace trimmings; a great varl I : designs, scarcely any
two alike, The regular prices of these are $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 and
|2.50. For Friday and Saturday we hare cat th   price to, each ..$1.25
See windows.
ie  juvenile  base
igue of the city.
Mrs. w. li. Edwards, widow of one
o. the members of the Royal    Engl-
l livers who came to this district   from
at San
LFranclsoo at the   residence   of   her
his   daughter,   Mrs.   Goldsmith,   early   liiis
Bring your old Victor gramophone
records tuie exchanged for new oues,
at J, Tl.  Todd's music store,' Coitun-,
1,1,5 S!.  et ^[Eiigland in the early days, die
Dr.  1.
UE
will  take    for
m.rning   subject   at.   olivet   Baptiseiweek.    rhe body has been brought to
church    tomorrow    morning,    "What 1.Westminster  for  Interment,  the  fun-
| Makes a Rich Church."   In the eveu-!eral taking placff tomorrow afternoon
,r he will sneak on -Havi*. Beens."     lat    Sapperton,    Rev.    A.    Shlldrlck
officiating.   Captain ���. H. DeBeck, of
17.9 Columbia streel, i.s  a son-in-law
Millinery at Fly kay Prices
Two Sensational Specials ior Friday and Saturday
DRESS HATS  AT $2.95.
This line the regular price of which Is $4.00 and $4.50, comes in
fancy and plain straws neatly trimmi I   with    chiffon,    ribbons   and
g lie will sp-eak on "Havfe Beens."
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to sell "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars.
Bo wen;
Price, each
.$2.95
DRESS   HATS AT $4.60.
Tliis line is regularly sold at $6.00 and $6.50 They are made of
net tulle and fancy braids, trimmed with *..��.��� newest trimmings; a
Rronderful bargain for Friday aud Saturday at   $4.50
Note���These hats are not poor sellers or left overs, but are just
finished for our summer trade, many of them being on view now for
the first time.
There will  be a practice ot  Moody I
Square today  by    the    Westminster
I Cricket  team,  at   two    o'clock.    The
matches next  week are Vancouver on
Wednesdaj  and Burrard on Saturday.
See  our  add,    Alberta    Hungarian
Geo.
. *
����I courtesy. The only recommendation i
I we can maUw is that the yard fori
female prisoners should have the
weeds removed and be improved generally, also, the warden drew our a'.-
iintioii to the fact that the gaol was
overcrowded last winter, and tllftt with
an increasing population, the Bams
condition may occur in llie mar fu-
lure.
We next visited Ilie hospital for the
insang and were delighted with the
system and orderliness visible on all
sides, spotless eleanllness is evidently
the watchword here.
We were further most pleased to
note that the hydrotherapeutic treatment had superseded the old system
of restraint in violent cases, and we
would respectfully recommend that
the same system be installed in the
fhe Columbian college juniors lost. female ward.
VAUDEVILLE
o'   deceased.    Several  other  relatives
are also living in this city.
If you want a nice joint of real
spring lamb, or a nice juicy roast of
grain-fed beef, for Sunday dinner, call
. i.t Reichenbach'B, **
Hour, $1.60 sack, or $6.25 barrel
Adams, Public Supply Store.
a  baseball  game last  night with    the
newly  organized  city  juniors,   which
are  leally ouly the old high    school
As was expected, the  police court !l<:im llll,1(-'1' ;i 1H'W nam��. >��  -1 sc01'e
magistrate    yesterday    permitted the   of 1] [�� 7 '�� ;' fh'e inulnS game. This
ci'se against the Mainland Club, limit- iafternoon at, 1:30 the college juniors
ea, to he further adjourned till Tues
_ I will  play  the  high school at.  Queens
day next, when evidence for the prose-! l'-''''k*   Tlie    tellms   yesterday    were:
��� City���Davidson, c;  Corbett, p;   Munn,
Dress Muslins!  Dress Muslins!
Special showing of new Irisl) dalntj muslins for summer dresses.
Some of the finest patterns and designs we have exhibited this season. Th-e prices, too, are extremely moderate ranging trom, per
yard 15c to 30
Household Hints-Money Saving Opportunities
Furthe balance of this week we will continue our sale of cotton
!    .
'���'���    hundred and fifty bed spreads I ir $1.50, Ail our regular $2.50
I Bpreada, large size, tor sale at  $1.50
One hundred and fifty white bed spreads tor $1.00.    Al! our regu-
white double bed Bprecds, full size, for   $1.00
i.i- b 10c each.   A nl   ��� line of pillow cases in nice white
on, regular 16c each,   Now at, each  10c
cases -."'C each.   A beautiful line of  li and -l'i Inche wide,
'���    '  ch pillow cases,   negular price 10;    Now at, each  25c
Is at cost price.   Honey comb I >>������  Is al   15c per pair,   Over
n  fringed  white honey comi) to*,  i'.s.    Regular price 25c per
;������ on sale at, per pair 15c
towels 25c per pair.    Regular '������ i p r pair large size, pure
l-nen huck towels, fringed, plain and        -     shed;  per pair  25c
i -owe!.. 50c per pair in R'hlte an I natuial, 15 Inchej long, go::-.1
Regular 65c per pair.    Now al   	
lb; Gordon, 2b; Blake, ss: Muirhead,
3o; Gregory, If; Coutts, of; Mackay,
if. C, M. C.���Kenny, c; DeBeck, d;
Ferguson, lb; Robson, .b: Turnbull,
ss; Priest, 3b; Betts, rf; Latimer, cf;
White, rf.    Umpire, H. Tidy.
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds of
beding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B2US.
Great preparations are being made
bj  the members of Royal City lodge,
ciition will be resumed.
Sep   our   ad,   on   page  8   for   swell
Bilver goods.    Chamberlain. **
Tbe manager of the B.C. Telephone
To. at Victoria, C. Miller, has heen
appointed to this city, and will take
change in the near future. Thy present
jmalinger, R. G. Roach, will control
the long distance lines, residing in
this   city.
See Abbott & Hyde about those Ave.
| acre blocks  they  have    for sale    pu.LNo,   3,   I.O.O.F..   for     the     lacrosse j to the owner,
easy terms;   near Bon Accord.    Idea] . u. lU.h   BC*ieduled   to  take    place    on1
location for fruit and chicken ranch.
Buy now, while prices are low.       **
The Glenbrook creamery, Washington street, Mission Cfty, has applied
for a water record for business pur-
1 poses, proposing to use the spring on
California street, Mission ��� City, between Welton avenue and Home avenue, for the. BUpply.
We then called at the Royal Columbian hospital.and found the wards all
overcrowded. We strongly recommend
that the erection of the new building
be hastened as much as possible.
We were pleased to note that the
maternity building .and nurses' home
were nearing completion.
We consider that the board of
management Is to be congratulated on
the general efficiency of the staff.
We respectfully -eg to submit this.
our presentment.
Signed on behalf of thi1 grand jury.
CHAS. CLIFF, Foreman.
The ROYAL CITY
Vaudeville Theatre
MACKENZIE ST.
Opens for business    shortly    with   a
strong aggregation of star artistes,   including:
MISS DORA CACKETT, the eleven-
year-old Child  Soprano.
F. JONES, Tenor.
PAT   CASHAM,    a   genuine   Irish
comedian.
Hear his new gags and rich brogue.
MOVING PICTURES
ILLUSTRATED SO.VGS
EFFICIENT   ORCHESTRA
POPULAR   PRICES.
PASTURE  To Rent
FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES
From  one to one  hundred  head.
FIELDS  FENCED.
Abundant grass and water.    Apply
i.
width
,50c
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T. H. SMITH
Hum'! ol the Hat Beautiful THE STORE VALUE BUILT
�������
- *w*��-.��w*-.t. i.jc'v^^^
��� e o ���
Wednesday evening, when a team Telephone J 175
composed of members of Amity lodge,
a\o. 27, is to be met at Queens park.
No admittance, fee will be charged,
but the motley throng will he invited
to cast silver in a hat furnished for
that purpose by Ed. Hughes, the contribution being forwarded to the Royal
Columbian    hospital.    The    followng
W. R. AUSTIN
SAPPERTON  P.O.
NOTICE
Fraternal Order of Eagles.
All members of New Westminster
Aerie No. 20 and visiting members
are requested to attend Memorial
Services on Sunday afternoon, May
"1, 1908, at 3 o'clock iu Eagles hall,
Columbia street.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the services.
H. SCHOFIELD,
Secretar...
officials have 'been selected    by    the
If yon want a nice    joint'   of    real j Royal City lodge: M. .T. Phillips, time-
bpring lamb, or a nice juicy roast of j keeper; D.E. McKenzie, umpire; stir-
graln-fed beef, for Sunday dinner, call . geons-in-at tendance, Drs. Holmes and
ai  Relchenbach's, ** j Green.    The  team  will   be composed
oi R. C. McKay (goal I, W. G.
S .McQuarrie, W. B, Sinclair, G.   Rennie,
T. H. Grant, i_. Hughes, T.  H. Bar-
bi'.ree, H.  MacKenzie, C. Jackson, C.
Mannerlng,     F.   MacKenzie,    C.   E.
Osborne.     Spares.    J.   R.   Lawrence,
If.   .1.  Lee.
The funeral of Mrs. Malcolm, who
died early yesterday morning, will
tai<e place this afternoon at 4 o'clock,
Hev. Dr. T. Wardlaw Taylor officiating. Deceased i.s survived by a husband and several relatives. W. B.
Fales is in charge of the funeral arrangements.
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LADIES!
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i Have You
��� Seen Our
f New Styles
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" Four room cottages In good condition. Pantries and large basements.
I rice $1000 each; terms if required.
Apply Owner, 12;: Eleventh street.
Tlie most convincing argument in
t'avoi of "B. C" and "Old Sport"
cigars is the cigar itself. **
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ONE CAR OF RAYMOND ALBERTA
Hungarian Flour
fc A A____ ____________________________ AAAA
$1.60 sack ;;
$6.25 bar'l jj
GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY.
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY     ;
rry Widow Footwear? |
They are the latest as shown in New York,
Boston and all other Eastern cities.
Sec them In our windows to-day
We are offering FOUR SPECIALS
for to-day :     ������ D.1/ia Sallll.d:iy
$4.00
1    Women's Patent Lace Boots
2'   Women's vid Lace Boots ..
Women's Vic! lurn Oxford.-.
*'  Somen's Vlci Welt Oxfords.
Heg. Price.
 $6.00
 4.00
  ..50
...  '1.00
3.75
2.75
2.90
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GREEK RESTAURATEUR
GETS DOLLAR DAMAGES
HERE
Many persons no doubt think it
and    dangerous
only common sense thing to do U-
(Continued from Page One.)
by a circuitous route. He characterized the action of Isidore as baivfaced
robbery ln the first place, and his
present action in seeking to recover
damages as brazen effrontery. The
wise to put off wearing glasses as whole history of the case was redolent
long as they can. This is a wrong with fraud. He asked the jury to as-
conclusion. The Be3s damages In the sum of one dollar.
(J. K. Martin, in his appeal to the
j.iynv.n, maintained that Isidore had
to aid    your sight by  the    use of;m   in!ontlon o�� leaving tha country,
glass-s, without delay, when you ; uud that he had merely been prevent-
need them. Comn to us and we will'ed from keeping his appointment
test your eyes without charge and j��' th his creditors for the time being
His clients reputation had been ruin-
tell    you    honestly     whether    you
u"    ' " led by his arrest and detention,   h:s
Should  wear glasses- or  not. I business  had   ..eeu killed off. and he
As our stock is too Jarge we have.'bud lost a considerable sum of money
decided to give the public the ad
vintage     ol
short tin.**.
AT   THE
Public Supply Stores geo. adams :
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B. C.
Prop.
Phone 92.
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lie asked for    substantial    damages.
The Jury retired at C;25 p.m.,    rc-
reduced   pr.ces  fur  ai ...
turning  twenty  mluutos later with a
It will pay you to call i VLrt��ct for thfc> plaintiff, the dairvagos
ind consult our optician free.
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The nbove prices are for today only.
'. E. SINCLAIR,
THE REUABK
SUM MAN
( being tixvil at one dollar.
Grand Jury's Presentment.
i    Following ls the leport preset! v l to
I tae chief justice yesterday    morning
li.. the members of the grand jury,
|rl'o*th_ Hon. Mr. Justice Hunter.
May it please your lordship, we, the
grand  Jury   congratiiiitc  you  on   the
li/htness of the docktv now before the
I court.
We first visited the gaol and found
  e. ery thing  In   excellent   order,  clean
W. Htairt, late ef Ottawa..hjrjjeharge ajiS��w��.ll kept. Jfcho warden, matron
CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and Ms
NCW   WESTMINSTER.
$1500 TO LOAN
A CLIENT HAS JUST PLACED
/
WITH   ME   I.JOO   TO   LOAN   ON
A    FIRST    MORTGAGE   ON    IM
PROVED   CITY   PROPERTY,   AT
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8  PER  CENT.,   POR   ANY   NUM
BER OF YEARS ANO ON TERMS
SUITABLE      t,0      THE       BOR
ROWER.
AMPLY TO
of the Optical Dap*
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acf*attendants "siw-d   us >-v��fj.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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SATURDAY,  MAY U
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Summer Excursions
. . v. > .*.-. sale M.n- 4th   to    L>th,
Wind Storm Does;
Damage In -
Chicago       !
Chicago, May 29 A gale Of wind
which reached a greater velocity than
Has been recorded in Chicago tor
seven years, las, night preceded an
electrical 'storm which >lnl consider -
a te damage In various parts of the
city. Several persons were Injured by
ii.'oris blowing from buildings by tho
gale, and a church and half a score of
other buildings were struck bj lightning,
Tho violence of the wind broke the
windows in the Brevoorl hotel from
the fourteenth to the six b si tries and I
also crashed through a skylight in a
i staurant adjoining. One man was
severely cul by broken glass, and
scores of guests In the hotel and
..'.irons of tho. restaurant were thrown
Into a panic
The wind, which reached a velocity
of eighty-six miies an hour, erupted
t legraph and telephi n< w.res
throughout the city. Poi a short time
���..u city was almost cut off from communication   with   the  outside   world,
. most of the damage In this regard
was of a temporary nature and was
soon adjusted. "
The day opened with a severe electrical and rain  storm which  was ai-
.most a cloud   trst.   The humidity en-
g�� ndered .->  the   outburst    increased
ng the day until 99.6 pej cent was
orded, aud the   temperature   also j
mounted steadily, the maximum being
79 degrees, 17 points above 'he minimum.    The rainfall for tho    morning
and evening storm was 95 of an inch.
the heaviest es silenced here   in   e
long period.
The storm was a portion of the
disturbances w :...'-. *;.;.! '.hvi. hansrin?
over the middle tvest foi several days |
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
k I Lulu Island Land Sale By-law,
j 1908.
A  Law to Aothorize the Sale cf Certain Lands on  Lulu  Island.
SOCIETIES.
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OlfLY BT
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
or   AmiTVlodge
��e regular meeting   , ��� .,
Ma atreet
at ���
* '   Ll'
'       -.'.':*..  '..:):  and _*'-t__.
... 94.40  MADE OVER (2,000.000
IN  CORN  MANIPULATION
 ind return  	
aad retuni   108.50
..\ aad return    135.50
. go and return   73.60
LSI   I aa) and return   60.00
.   .     nd return ...
1 is g, ��� ��� si :��� ed th r  lames A.
Por farther particulars and reserva- J p*tton    .:    -        ������.*  s havi cleaned
���   '���'*- "PP1? [up at leas   ��_ through   their
mani :  May corn.    Mr. Pat-
Chicago, Ma.. 29.���Although it is to
60.00 oarl* t0        ���" ���'" Hefinite figures  .;
ED. QOULET,
Agent, Now Westminster.
or  o r:. ,i. COYLE,
Vest   Genl,  Pass.  Agt., V""''Oliver.
ton hii - ��� glared at the conclusl ���
oi -.. ling . he had no Idea how
much :   ���   .       bad ma le.
A Priceless Asset
A good set of teeth contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They add much
to  the  appearance and mine  to  the   digestion.
Xeclect 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
Geld Fillings    $1.C0  up
Platina   Fillings       $1.00
Extracting     50
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A
TECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
PRO-
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6  p.   m.
Phone    2229
The Road to Success
I In All Business Enterprises I
Is Opened Through      ���
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily papier 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
V
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.
:_#
ynops.s     of    Canad.an     Nortn-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lands :a Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting ���> and 2*i.
not naetioi, may ^e homes.ea<ied bj
any person who :�� the sole head of a
famiiy, or any male over 1. years o_
age, to the estec: of one-quarter sec-
, don of 160 acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry     must     be
' made   ia peraaa   by  the  applicant  at
i a Dominion  Lands Agency    or    sub-
; agency-  for the district in which the
land re situate.    Entrv bv pro*v mav,
aowever,   be   made  at  an  agency  on
certain conditions by the father, m-.tn-
;er. son. daughter, brother or sister oi
aa intending  h-irnesteader.
The homesteader is rvjuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the foi.owing -.'.an*-
(U    At lea��: *:x months' residence!
. apon   3nd   eattteattea  0(  the iand   in
each year  for  three  .ears.
t2> a homesteader _a_.y. if be so
de*;:,..   perl  I __   * r.,;.
Ideate  d.i*.:.s   :������   :-,..2_  oa    .a.-n..ng
iand owned  eotat]   .    i. ���
than eighty   -.>���.-   acres  m extent, ln
the  vicinity of bis  homestead     J  in.
owner?-;     ;_.  Uoi  ��-..';  cot tcet.
requiremrL-.
U'i If the i-s-.t^: <...- :_..���._...- r. the
father _s deceased' ot i homesteade:
oas permanent res*, ience on f_.r_a;t_^
land owned sole'.y ::. aim. no: ^si
than e;gh��y (ti) acres in extent, tn
; the vicinity of the iorcestead, or upon a ho_n*stead entered for by him
in the vicinity, md homataaatr may
perform his own rceMeace duUes by
IiTint with the father (or mother'.
(4) Tbe ters vicinity 1q the two
pr-ecedins paragn; is u defined as
-B-ean.ii* no< more thin nine miles tn
la direct line. ewlaHia nf the *Mtt
of road *!!owarces eraami in *he
me-iiurem* r.:
.5) A Sa-n.es-.eai,: intending tc
perform his resii.;;* Ju.^3 ,��� ac.
tm***\***�� with the a:o-.-e wh.ie Hrh_��
with panab    - n c_ia_ta| bad -ewa-
ed   by  tix-v.'  -   s-   3,;.tifj   -^  a^,,:
���" ���*���  '-���'"   '      *    * tataatto*
S"1 "   "'"���   '��� ' -- ia writing must,
-e ?'i*-en to the   ' _-__ 5,-.o;er . '. D��>
=_:aion L:-i- :   ,-. ;;,;e=::o:.
to i;~,'y? for ;x:eat
'V  COST
rv.--.ty of the il.r.-:er *' -^ lnterto-
S   a���Usacrcmet p-biicaacw    f
this  *_.iv...:-e:re-t   ��-.::  eot ie  ?*:���'
for.
WHEREAS the Corpo*.*, tion of the
City of New Westminster is tho owner
of Itater alia) Lots One (1) to Thirty-
Tour (34) both iueluelvtj, in Block A
jof Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
'(757), (.'roup One (1), in the City* of
New Westminster, Province of British
! Columbia.
AND WHEREAS the present wooden bridge across the North Arm of
I the Fraser River in the said City of
I New Westminster is In an unsafe and
dangerous condition and it is necessary to replace the said bridge with .
new steel structura.
AND WHEREAS it is deemed advisable in the Interests of the said
Corporation that the said lands should
.. bi Id and the proceeds devoted iu
part payment of the cost ol c a-* action of the said Bteel bridge
otherwise on Lulu Island.
ANT) WHEREAS bv tae "New V.
minster Act,   1888���Amendment   Ac*.
1889," it is provided that the Council
of the said Corporation may, with the
assent of the ratepayers of the said
Corporation,  to be first had  and  q>b-
talned in like manner as is requisite
!foi the Issuing of debentures for   the
ra sing of any loan, sell rea! property
'belonging to the Corporation on Lain
; Islaud  with full power and authority
; to execute all deeds and instrumens
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
.New Westminster enacts as  follows:
tli     It  shall  be    lawful    for    ta
Council to sell aud absolutely dispi se
of, to any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, all or any part a.f
| the said lands hereinbefore mentioned
being Lo's  One    (1)     to  Thirty-four
' (.:'.-) both inclusive, in Block A < I
Let Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City ol
New Westminster, Province of Britisu
Columbia, upon such terms and conii-
tions as the said Council may by resolution determine. And the .Mayor a . I
Clerk of the    said    Corporation    a:.-
��� hereby authorized and  empowered to
execute and deliver such conveyances
agreements  for sale or other in-:: .
ments as may be necessary to effectuate such sale or .-a>s; prori > I that
the proceeds of any such sail  ��� r sal. -
shall be devoted io part payment
the cost of constriction of the    sail
steel bridge or otheiwis- on   L;:  .
iand as the Council ma.,
determine
(S) This By-.aw before the fina.
I assing thereof, shall receive th,.- assent of the ratepayers of the Miini-
I :;��� >.���: the sa- i Corporation ::. .
manner as is re; :.-.;.. tor the iss ;..-
debentures for the raising of any loan.
il)    This  By-laaw  may be ci*>
ihe    i.. : island Land  S~ie By-Law
IMS."
Done and passed in op-vn Coaaofi
laia -eta day of January. 1-- .
Received the assent of the rate-
, ...ers this day of 1908.
Reconsidered and 0:..-..... p.inril ��� -
da]  of       , i.v..
day   in    ,.
brethren cord
Lodge room   * "���Tid
fellows* i' , U. Odd.
  ;_ ��� ���
30URT BRUNETT r   _ ~~-
-Meets tr.V       ��� W��*
month  at  8  o'rl,   i !  the
hall, Oddfel, ^ 6ia.au
COURT ROYAL CCLUMB 77^""""
A.  O.   F.-T: No.8808,
this Lodge aee .  ��������
and Fourth Ti;.
ftt 8 P> -��� ��n
FRATERNAL   ORbER   o777r~^Z
a. , *-HyLFS
Aerie So, 20- -M    i
evening at 8 \
hail,    i
W. Pre...:   H   g  l
���    ,
-   ���
THE   ROYAL  TE-,-- f
PERANCE  ri,.
at - o' lock
���
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-;���
SOMi OF SCOTLAND BE'.CFTu
SOCIATION, LORD OFTHE ' ci
CAMP, 191,-M...- :    L��
Tnird Tuesda)   i (
K. of P. hali. r.*1
I.   0.   0. F.��� Royal  C ty   .
���Meets   in   Oddfi '      ..".
umbla Street, evi . ,_u
at 8 o'clock.   Vis -,: ,";
be mad.- ��������� eli   i
N. O.; C. K. Os -.. . .
ing secretary
��OSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE
115.   SONS  OF  ENGLAND, B. S.-
Red Rose Degree me *..*���.-._
Fourth Wednesda
a   in K. of P. Hall.'r..- ;.
8 p. tl.. White Rose 1   .   ���   - _��� ;,
Wednesday   in   e ��� -..
time an i  ;.lac<=-.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,
in    . Ie the Union ���   . a.
F. it. 1 A. M.;  Ki:.-* S
No. 17, A. F. and .
No. 1160; L. O. L    .���
Sa; * ��� -���   _.. So   4- ���
i-'..    C-mrt.WMt- -    .-.'
��.* *..- rl od of 0* -   ���
W
Ci*y Cierk.
.Mayo:
PROFESSIONAL
S   ..'���.:. 1 ,':.���
rister and S *     :.-.-
ers,   Can id    .    Bank
Ung    -   -
A.VHEALLER.    BA       -      .   : -
���   ..  .   'T.  etc..     .. -    *'
- te Court Ho.--
Phone :.
WHITESIDE  A   EI BONDS
ters an : ���
-  street,   .".'��� o -*'*"'
'.v. i  Wklteaida, H. 1      ImentU
M/.V-N i   McQUARRIE   EUREB
U ri   s.'!ic:tors. ��� O  - * ',;'
(Westminster,   Trap;    Bk
darksoa aad Lome _*---.-
ver. rooms 21. 24  tt: G:
Joseph M_.rtiE. K.C.. W   I  '������'��� daws*
: - tltafjaaa with .Mr M ri * --. -~
*��� agt i at tie Westminsti   ."- ���
GEORGE E MARTIN   . .rrtS-�� u��
Solicitor. CuichoL  block       -=
ria sxd McKenzie etreeta See *���*'
minster, a C.
NOTICE.
Take notice that th��e above is a ".
eon   ��f  the  propo_��.d  B;-Law  whic:
will  be tai-.-r.   ir.*-.. consideration    _
the Municipal Council of the Cft]
N'.w Westm aater one'motrh from th
tiret paaHeatloa thereof :n the
Columbian." and   I'.:..   .V-ws" newspapers,   which   first  publication       ��� .-.
place on  the 2C>th day of May.  | ������ J
and that a vone of tbe electors of the
City  will be taken oa  the saW  propose.! By-Liw oa .WUad ���: ���>    i I
.June, ISO., between *v..- ':.��� ara ��� ���'. _. _���
o'clock  a.m..  and  Sve  p.m., at    the
following places, nimely. ���._.�����. Council
Chamber.   Civic   Building,    -he     F.r-
HaL.  Sapperton:   and the Li?ht  Station. Tenth rreet.
W   A    Dl WCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall. May %*t\\ IMt.
.������;
W. MYERS GRAY. Barr "���-  -
and Notary Pu.'.ic.  >   *       - :'-*
:-y. at .New wes:__.--*--* l -   o;'
��:e_ reaaorad te t> rtls I ;'1
sen   street. opp-*i6ite   ���'
P.O   Bos IM.    Te.,   :
WF.   H A NSFO.-.r
s It-has, et;   :---
ccrcer      Colambii     i- -
streets. New Wealatfaater  B
BOARD   OF TRADE - '���
���
.--.- Board of Trai
Board Ba
Ti-Iri   Tkarsdaj
���
Quarterly   aie-   t$*->
Thursday    of    Fe::.-^ .
a .?.-: aa 1 [finsash. -
n
An:.*;     ateetia*'    ������-
::.:���__?    ot    Fe:-.
csalters   auy   be   ;"v-.* *
..ected at aay awntl-y cr ,
.-���:���'!
meeting.    JL E. White. >^'
9t
"The Milwaukee
The Pieaaar Lfamted" 8c Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha te
Chicago, -Sooth West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
N'o   trains   in   tS��   service   on   any
railroad in the world that equal m
-s-vB-ent thit of the Chicago. M _-
waalcc* A. St. Paul Ra.Iwiy. The?
jw-n and o^*erate their own ikipi__g
ind '-H*1 . - -:-J cc *M their trains and
gire J* t _ trees an es*r��'le*nce cf
(nr.:    .     . btainabie elsewhere.
,-.. ��  ROWE. Gnf*: .Agect
IjH n>_rd 5'-. cor Ak<*r ��otI��-d. Or
F1R�� ALARM BOaM
5��� A_t >'..���__.
fr-R^ya: Cty Mails.
T���-Ca.-tairvca aad ������all
S��� Keys: aTeaae *ad ****** ;
S���Fifth 4v.a'_e aai " *�����-
12���S*-  M^-7S Ha;r '
IS���Second ini Part "-'T
IS��� Sj-rte-tca
::-iJ;rr. 5   aiei.e   9* *'   -' '
2t���.-. i ivenM ts: ?
.'���Fifth  ir*.-^ ___'i   *
Zi���Ti'ti  iTec:^  l":  '-"
27��� r_:-_ avea*-* xz *' "*-
::���.Arte* aa! Sfcrt*-
"i ��� ���? *_!.. >. * >  Mi :v ������:  '���"
--_--  ���: i  is' V *'-<>-��� -*
31���C. F S.  Station.
t:-s^_:: * ^-v- m   ; IROAY
MAV 30. 190S
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SrVEN
"There is no time like the present" is an old saying but rrore esue-,.
extent.   It is, however, very questionable if it w,ll remain so much \lnQt
self.   DON'T PROCRASTINATE until prices go up again. 9   '
Of course you will have to procure a lot and this is where WE CAN ,
of do.ot the most desirable property in the City of New Westminster Wr
prospective purchasers BUT  IN THE VERY HEART OF THE BEST RESI
It is situated on FIRST STREET between SECOND and THIRD AV
the Fraser River and the Pitt Mountains. You can also see all the LACRO
w(ien; Nearly every lot faces on a 65-foot street and has a lane at the
lf orle lot is too small for your purposes you can take two or three and ha >e
thepiicesof which are absurdedly low.    Remember:    WE ARE THE ONLY
tend Building?
Hy does this apply to building operations at thia moment.    LUMBER HAS  GONE  DOWN  to a  very astonishi.ig
Labor is also much lower and more available than it was this time last year. .Make inquiries and convince your-
E OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU.   We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE  of what is beyond the least shadow
DO NOT MEAN AWAY OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to  use fancy names in order to attract
JENTIAL SECTION OF THE CITY.
ENUES. FACING ON THE BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK, it commands a magniflcient view of
SSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. .Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
rear Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with you when you go to pick out your lot.
just as large a frontage as you want. If you cannot aford to buy lots facing on the Park look at the back lots.
FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
PLAN OF PROPERTY
roURTH   rfL/��A/L/��.
A. W. McLeod
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INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with every lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
ALSO
MILLION DOLLARS IN
GOLD DUST ON BOAT
First Vessel from Fairbanks
Coming South With Valuable Cargo.
Duwsou, V.T., .\l.i> 29 Thi am
er Taiiiinn, tbe first bi al of the season
from Fairbanks, arrived \\.:li thirty-
live passengers and H.000,000 In gold
for Seattle. All lonve here on Modi
night. The Bteamer Prospei i tr, *_ il i
is the first boat going through to
Whitehorse this year, has Judge field
and .lames H. Rogers, manager ol the
Tenana Mines railway, aboard en
l- mte i" I In; coast.
The steamers at Whitehorse are
laden readj to sail as soon .as tbe
waiei- is a little higher for the head
of Lake Laberge, Passenger accommodations on the Brsl three steamers
from whitehorse are sold, others going last, incoming travel la heavier
thla year than previously, largely tor
i Fairbanks.
Whitehorse advices s.n i: is expected   there  the  lirst  steanivr   will  leave
i for Dawson June I. after which there
! will be one daily tor Dawson through
the seaso'i.
Michel Miners May Strike.
Michel. May 29.���After an all-day
session yesterday Michel .Miners' anion decided to return to work tolay by
a vote of 201) for work and 86 against.
The settlement of existing difficulties
will be left in the hands of a joint,
disputes committee appointed hy district N'o. 1 and the Western Coal
Operatives' union.
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN. CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
front Street    Trust Block
LAND  REGISTHY   ACT.
lie the southeast Quarter of seel ion 11,
township '_., New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
James Ci. Smith on the fourth day ot
Juno, 1908, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto he made to me
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or Interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 2, 1>)0S.
, .     ��a. house facina Fourth Avenue between Pine and Third Sts.   House Is seven roomsd with modern improvements.
'iif   lots ana ** nousc iawmy     ���������� ���ioaa
One lot corner of Sixth street and Fourth Avenue.   Price 11200.
McQUARRIE & CO. 'Sea*Street
SOLE AGENTS irOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Mall Service
*':    Klied by C. P. R. train at 8:'55
a- ni.; close 8 a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntlngd *m
dally.
Mliisid
day
e  No.   1,   dailv   except   Sun-
Dispatched by B. ft Electric railway
Co., 7:45 a. nt.:
Vancouver, No.  1,  dallyexcept Sun
days.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. 'rain. 8 45 am.
Cloverdale. Nicomekl. Port KelH,
Hase'lmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonar-
cord. Blaine and Seattle (all points
In   Washington  and   south,    also   a.l
Sapperton   No.   1.   dally' except' points  In eastern  states)     *^JJ
u"'i^'-   Malls Received at ��:35 p.m.  cept Sunday.   Return malls received
at   8-30   p.m.   Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays'and Thursdays,
Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tvnehead. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric rnflwiy,
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver No. 8; Victoria, No. 1;
Central   Park,   daily   except  Sunday.
Return mall received at 8 p.m.
Dispatched hy carrier, 1:13 u. ni.:
Host. Burnaby, dally except Sunday.
Return malls received at 1:1" p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 18 "0 noon:
Tlmberland, Blrawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return mails received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver,
except Sunbury.
I    Sunburry,     Mondays,    Wednesdays
jp.nd Fridays;   leaves 11 a.m.
Burna'y    Lake.    Return    mall   at
?. p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler. 4 p. n.:
To southern   points,    dally except
Sunday.   Return mall ll p. m.
tr      ADVDRTISE.      "����
^A ,J\     ���_
THE     DAILY      NEWS
The person or persons having In
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the siald
property are requested to deliver the
same to tbe undersigned.
September 26, 18S4-���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
whitt Drake. Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
in fee.
January 9, 18SG���Montague William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEAR30N,
Agent-
Department ot Public Works, Canada
Tenders For COAL
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
lhe undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for Coal," will be received at tho
Resident Engineer's Office, New Westminster, B. C, up to noon of Tuesday,
2nd June next, for the supply of coal
required for the use of the Snag Boat
"baniBon" and Dredge "King Edward"
during the current fiscal year ending
:11st March, 1909.
The coal must, be a British Columbia
product of approved quality, lump, and
be delivered In such quantities aa may
bo required. Coal for the Snag Boat
"Samson" is to be delivered aud
stored In shed on the Government
Wharf, New Westminster. Coal for
the Dredge "King Edward" is to be
delivered alongside the Dredge at
New Westminster, on scows furnlBhe'l
by the Department of Public Works,
the towing to be done by the Contractor.
The lowest or any tender will not
necessarily be accepted.
O. A. KEEPER,
Resident Engineer.
Resident Engineer's Office, New WeaV>
minster, B. C, IM* May, IK*.
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r-_<.*!_    ���.tuua.
?HE DAILY. NBWBU^irl
Saturday.
\Ml
Piffle
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V-iiL 'V��� ���-������-.' '
mnm^i''
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May
30.
JUNE
MEANS
WEDDINGS
Lovely
AND WE HAVE
Lovely
Wedding Presents
Morey's
COLUMBIA STREET
\\/e Have
ALL  KINDS  OF
TOILET
Requisites
of   the   best   quality.
T. A.
MUIR & Co.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block. New Westminster
BT       ADVERTISE      ^
��� IN ���
THE       DAILV       NEWS
FOR  Hie.  RESULTS.
STUBBORN MINORITY
i   STILL BLOCKS SUPPLY
Pare���dry���dean ��� fine and
full-savoured. It never cakes���
never gets bitter. That's why ev��y-
body uses WINDSOR SALT.
101
All Night Sittings to Be Fea-j
ture of Coming Week��� i k<o>��:<o��>>>>��>^^
Manitoba Machine at Work jl; u Will Pay You S
| to Give Us Your g
| GROCERY
I BUSINESS
Early Reductions
ON
Ottawa, -May 29.���The    government
will    today    au.iin    attempt    lo    put
j through sour- of the pressing items of
MILLINE
overdue salaries ! S
I supply aud pay the
Of ci v.i sefMiuis throng.unit    Canada.
rh. opposition is still determined ah-
isrlutely io block Bupply failing thv.
capitulation ot the government on the
election bill, lhe indications point to
another all nigut sitting tonight and
[possibly  aiJ  daj*   tomorrow   with  tbe
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
riies get in.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St..     New   Westminster.   B.   C.
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Pure Maple Sugar ..
 10c per cake
Pure Maple Syrup ...
50c, 90c and $1.50 tin
Self Rising Buckwheat
 35c pkg.
i resumption ni   tae  fignt a^atu    nexl
IvteeK, and ail nign; sittings until ib_
government   t_as   ......wn   ihv.>   country
[the imposs..i..ry of dealing, under
present parl.omentary rules, with such
factions,   rhe stubborn minority   an
.determined to avail themselves of con-
istituUonal privileges and to completely block the who}* business of legislation.    The question of dissolution or
jOt applying some form of closure so $ Bananas.... 30c per doz.
that the minority rule may not prevail indefinitely will be considered.
Advices received  here by the gov-
ernment show that  the new election
lists now being prepared ut Manitoba ' $
are l-e:u._. manipulated by the Roblin-IS
Rogers machine to disfranchise maoiv   >J
'   I ��
Liberals :hroughout tbe province. S
Militia  camps  of  Canada   east
Winnipeg   are   to    be cancelled   and
CA. WELSH
The People's Grocer
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in
Picture Post Cards
i
tl tn.  will he no gunnery training fori 8
rural corps.   It is probable thej*-* will   ��  P. S. ���3 pOUIlds of the
be bo militia corps sent to Quebec for  B       vei'V best Butter, . .$1 $
the celebratloB iu July. *s\ " *
This is due. to tbe refusal of the op- : ��>>>>��:<<<��>>>>>>>>:��^^^
*Mc.:tion to vote supply for this or any        ��� ���   ������
other purpose, I'arli.un.nfary expen-1
diture is now urgently required at
camps which make holding of them
impossible unless money is voted this
week and there is no hope of that. Th< facial ^alp. or body tr**.meats given
small amount of funds now available
Ito the militia department will it? use:
in holding camps for four western
provinces as usual.
The price ^lin-tioni ar,
be glad U��t she left the purchase of her - ,
must clear out our large stock of trimmed ha-
ell then
nnieklv enough in the regular wr.-   bul   we   les
b ��� tnpllsh the
sale of fifty hats, the entire lo: In the nexl  I
are J5.00, |6.50, $7.50, |8.75, $9.5    and  |10.l
All One Price, Ten Days Only,
Each $3.50
Ready-to-Wear and Untrimmed
Shapes on Sale, Each 50c
Five dozen ladies' semi-read] Hata and unti ....... j
description; children's Qalateaa, camp    hat-,    sail ���       ;; .������...,
plicae are 75c to $2.00.
d.irJen hats, made of good Quality  straw, wid .    _-..
��hi:e only, each 2",c.
In your own home.   Also manicuring.
i
For engagement ring no X $*_**-..
,
A     .
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nd Souvenirs at I Westward, Ho!
J. J. MACKAY & CO. |
BOflhSELLfK      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
_,.-���-   ,,,._v   .������-.���'-,'-^��'-
a- ���*��� ��� " -^ _ " * -WW***,-Wl_^
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SILVERWARE
We  *.a.e Jmt opened up a swell line of SILVER GOODS :
BAKE   DISHES BO.N   BON   DISHES       DESSERT   SETS
BERSV   DISHES PICKLE  DISHES BERRY   SETS
CAKE   DISHES SUTTER   DISHES SPOON  TRAYS
FERN   DISHES TEA SETS CAKE TRAYS
ORIZE CUPS CANDELABRA
SEE  OUR   WINDOW   DiSPLAY.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN T_��Ji____i-;
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E are now at home in
our new offices, two
Mocks farther West, in the
ArVestminster Trust building, corner Columbia and
Lome streets.
Another Hosiery Offer
We sell the best hosiery 'or *��o::.*��:-n as : ���   _
���offering is worthy of your quick    ttentkm.
On sale this week ..re twenty-eight dozen of ladii
and children's hosiery, in wool, cashmere   an:    ril
sizes; regular pric-- SOc and S5t
Special Price, per pair, 25c
Summer Muslins   and  Ginghams!
A Special Line���Greatly Underpriced
Five hundred yarda of -'..**��� ��� |   -. laiiaa,    rgai lie ���- -.
ings. ���jinshar:.-. in :��� ngths of tr a ieveo to Bfteei '���'- "
many pleeea from which any length will be cut.   Or. _v tl - "*���--������
Res-ular prices 2"c to 35c per ) lid    St-ecial price, per -:          ': I
W.S.Collister&C.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
F. J. HART 6* CO.
LIMITED
New   We*tmin��ter.    Vancouver    and    Chilliwack,   B. C
The LONG DISTANCE
TELEPHONE Puts
We're on the
Coal Wagon
Now
*:�� .rr -5 ;���- - j~ grjle clean,
s'-a.-p coj'. E^e-ycTe $?< ���s :c
"ave gotten ,v s- tc t-e fact
HhM '." s s the ' ma t.- -;;: coal
at t'*e ces: f ces c- aecojnt cf
t-f se3scf. T-.tt'rt rtght We
������. j ^e e��eryc-e 'rt sat>e
.----.-ce���cant t> dees r.-t rale
Um  c~ce  no.,.
I HOUSE OF QUALITY :
:
NEW   YORK'S
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
Straw Hats
Our Hat Department is now-
complete in all lines.
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50c RETURN!
PRICES.
50c to $3.00
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TO
PANAMAS
From S10.00 to $20.00
atjyaur
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Time Is Money-Don't Travel, JustTj|
Vancouver on Sunday j I J. Eugene Brown & Co. i Hides Wanted [R, M";chs
C\R>  .a-EAN'E EVERY H.ALF HOUR
FROM 8   .\. M.    TO    H   P.M Aa U
=__- ��
1  !
Clothiers and Haberdashers
*
*    ��. Sa.-L.OOK   s c,�� ������. s:ow
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Pa i c- D��   trfy at
��� ll ������ 4
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Fraser Wvcr Ta.ncry ���������
an wesT.iNSTtR. ��. c.      Front St. Htw We��Wr5

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