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 FIRE
INSURANCE
W.MTE, SHILES & CO.
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LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone C5.      ,
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I '.IINSTKH.  II   C,  WED- lORNLNI*. MAY 19. 1109.
HISTORIC RELICS
FOUND Al fl. PRANCES
.. .  Interesting
Rainy lii ver
Pothole.
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VIVE CKNTS PER    OP
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m mm     Mf ION 10 ADDRESS     IACR0SSE OEEICIALS
_ m m        BIG CONVENTION     APPOINTED AT LAST
FIR- MFAIBENS ME
AT WOKE, FOR SEASON
MISSIONS OCCUR.
'if   Sabbath
><��"*���'      Domini    ]. .-.hers' Assoc!*- Archie Macnaughton to Ref-
tion      .-,. Former Minis-
tor to
Speak.
eree Minto Cup Games
Capitals Hug Secrets.
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d will he Invito I _       ������ .     . -. mpttaf to
Provincial     Government     Finally    Appoints Men <o Prevent and -
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.    ,���.-.          ,,.. ts heed qua Harrison Hot *  '     'he fa!1    -'ains   cornnience    I ���
.   :.        ���., .-.            where    al] tl ol    tbi ** -      '���'"" ''���'   warden-- will keep car,-
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Laymen's Missionary fiLve-
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School Work Improves.
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maul    MtoptaUons and   tvUes ol   .-.,. we        l^��nan��adOB this year is  better than
�� forest pi      ii h      d 'fev*fr  :,"forP- ;,rjd witn the experience
���     ' .    "1   whirl,   ,iL.  is y   Urrier  Pr��t��st. gained   during   t_fe p__.t  seasons    *he
one ol ��� ,-. | I   '���  ��� fed '���     wort done should be blghlj evident
���������   la charge oi j ���     **   if��ernoo_ ���      ��ri|-  o. A large force bt assistant wardenswill
be ap      v       ater.
<-��� ���       irai lee   is  furnished  with   a
map ������' ��� .-, a d.iirj   (oi  enttj
of the day's  a <;���',. and in which ���-.._>���.
Inten to >>.  noted    jjii-
��� :   tome  of   posters  have
.-.    .;,   determin. l, pbed tb P. D. Rr.ss to the effect
.   WOO I from  ail  i i      i made  <nil'- <H country,
will   .   ���       ,   . rr, pan ' ���' ' UIU!i
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to aah bim i ._    The convennon  Uu    '���'  cnaiiengi     ���     i ��� .
���     pur.- Ju!>  13   14, If, and 16 '""��������� K,'Kina pli
1 .��� enuoned   aeoo.  clu!'* scattered ovei    three thoo
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, ��� ,  ���       nmen      a   bureaa o|   intormaaA javgileMe, <j. ti      wbtcb are to be- post.-d n
I :  Where  lis ��� Of bo-' Wh��r. |_ Howard? f.���'���   information   and   warning  of   the
i tels   snd   boardlni es    will    be.    Mocb frxii secrecy I        _��� puidic at large.    Incinded in th-m ie
���   bete s  committee wil    oe   Preaideal   v.,��� .. .  . g. |n spei  -.  form liiectod ��o eampei
������      ��� .which   win  Qray,  m   .!.���   net v. Stvinj- the  regulations  governing the
h all  nea    -.-.���   Bb   orocfc poln; h  -���������; r>-' '''-'      eng^aee for log-
,v. i,  ���.. the visitors 'JoKne.1 their team on Baturda.       A-,.  Ring putpo.-*s    Korms ar. incluii-d m
on thi    .-��� da. <>f their stay nere parentlj the] are holding tbi  big Irish    '���'"' -;:1l'ment for makini. weekl]  re-
r   .  he   akav  tot an excnralbn ma:.  _^_ck a_ a dark n-..-��.    Imi their
to visit -the fish tra-M, In the neiKh ��or- eva Ivi     r I   ���     to dire"      queetioas
���*��� c"> jcon.--nilng H-ward are 111 '.   lh M of j
���  rioicBlana.     Tlie    most    informettoo
itiai could  be  wormeri  from '.he oftl- |
cla       was    that    Vi'  .tmin-'fr  would
know in go^ time wbai        i -..nais
lineup would he.
t .am;ialEn manager? of a trip or-
gealsed primaril) a* :,n adveroaiiig
L��o>���������   for    Begina,  and     finance-]   by
r<a.  estate  men   Messrs.   Wells and! 	
tira    .ii,. .   rtaialy  lamentably sn\  on |
"J       ' '",rt,'l"R l\\e\ "^   One-trord of    World',    Output of Pre
��.������.     ij     heir   ,.-<.Hilar   method.,   out ���
the)   certainl)   lack  th..-  w.-��tern tr - c,ou, Metal Produced in South
>].,*:   ,���    \     ision nsaaily asoctated
wit1   | rait li   in I eoaa   > Itii -
Boy   Drown,   in   Barrel.
I    Maj   1  ���     James C   Hodg.*as,
the  'wo-vear-old  son of  Mr   snd  Mrs
ll   lindg-Miv     (ell     Int.,  a  barrrt
��� <*n sunk in a spi 'in and
��   -     rir,.��n--l       Saturday     sfter&OOn
,.     g In tha yard al bi   :,ome
ae Cltj
PORTO  RICO  LAX   IN
CARE  OF  ITS  LEPERS
turns of details    of  the    number ot
fir- b, iheir caoaes and    the    loss   ol
(Continued on  Page  Bla)
GOLD RETURNS ECLIPSE
RECORDS IN TRANSVAAL
African Colony.
lilt 10 -RIMiTHIN
III T0\E OF MILITIA
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ATLA-TIC SHIP DRIFTS
PRISONER OF IUBIKliS
Mea   V-.rk.   May   lS-Th.-  alarming!    m The Pi'*tr*
. ...,,,. 1 ��������� names ��� ���; tl,.   following , a.   rs
on ih.- ,��rt of ti���. Po, ,, EUeaa  _,,,.>m% .,._ ,. , ,. Si,.,.!K_ ���.,,, v:1..,      London, Ma> lg.-The last year   in
MMM ui the esne and control ol fn.,:.,   Maaagi .������-������        .-��������� i rhe Transvaal mining district bas be��*n
epw, will  !����� brought  .,, the at- cot.-..-     e    i         i ���      ������   ;T-- a ^^^         ln all r���.,ye<.l3.    Mining
��� ot  the   I uiic-il  Stat. ���   govern- camaeh).   Mcor-gor (Reginai.   Ros<
..  i>-   Bdward Ehlen   om  of a iSimian),   McDoagall <Keginai,  Uav- operatloni w ,e on a larger scale, n-
��� ���f four  B*iim_ieaii   enpi       a io io��y.i    i.v   I     ���   ���        eh),  Manroe turns of gold greater, working cos-.s
en studying dlaeeaaa preva    H   i>. MoCerrj  (Hegtea), St ves-llower and dirideads higher than even
���     West  lndle,        Dr    K    ��� > ��� I   'ti .-    iCornwiU I   .;,efon-     The   total   dividend-   paid   by
*.,    poeatMa to   m - Qonaan     (Ottawa),    Shea   (Ottawa),  th.- Tr,m-.       .   d  mine* to the end
.   tt�� and '.'in> ih. di ���   -liaa   (Ottawa),   Warwick   (Toronto), q| lWM amo     ��� l to |_T5,0U0.0U0. 'l'he
Stataa Martea (Tw unsafe).   This list .- dividends paid during 1*08 amounted
v>  of  Pour.-.    !.    sold     i  ������     i .   ���      ml   \S'-tmlnster  will   tlnd  to  |4t,786,410,  being  an  increase    oi
ren  prevah it, ..   1   ,i�� out who -J.   ."hn |*        an in good  |g_gtS  50 .-.- compared wi-.h the pre-
d the    aw       ot   i -,-  - .���   the advance man ivious >��� ���
1 . . V-eetralaater lineup for the f-r--*t I    The Transvaal contributed    34    per
ai :    ���    Qraj   [( ��1), QaMjraitn, Uaai ol the gold output of the world
I    (HIToid.   J    tiifforl.   T    K-nnl-.   U.   durine  190.
Hennie. 1'   Feeney,    W    Tumbuii. c. j    jh- lota] ootpnl of gold from tne
Spring,   \    Turnbull,    U   Turn! nil.  J. ; Transvaal sinrv  1-*   ,::���   itr -d to  .1.-
Bryeon ISS.000,000, which, with th..- esception
Satisfied  with  Grounds. jot ahoat IM390.O00, was prnduv 1  b]
Ifeoan  WWW and Ore. warn shown tht' "lines ��r        Wltwatererand.
tha oval  at  yuet'U s i":k  >v   tdaj   Bl-
.   - Foot ttree today, temooo     They expreaaed themsetvea
.   . .���        i tncendlarj  in aatia.^ alth tha ground  which thej
origin, and In -            ���   Ufi  waa loai   bad been led   ������ beUeve sloped at wi
and proper.]   . t $1  w_-|ancla <��f ��A��W forty-flve ��M��rsda
��� - '. �����-<-*<l   activity; Appoimment   of   Officials.
for the watch --���  .    - ���-��� Haas m, wn��j    r s , VIU.h  ;.rt.Mj,.!U ���f the Weat-
mlneter Laerosae elah, in tha eoom
,.' ai Interview, laid be ������x,.-ct-d when
ii. eame bach from uprountry ail ar-
raagements weald have been com
I >��� ed  a ith regard to a  r-ier,
1   the ri   imi d on       . .  tt, tn-
odlst  conference >���
���. pla ��� i_ stati  or
v..   en og ��� .   ���
the   previ^u.   session     >   Rev.    I
Ruth.rofrd on this matter,   .-v- ul . rt
Point     oi di-vi     ..
committee on evangelisation was
pointed to make  plans lor th,   work,
to .epOri to tii'- next  meeting o: <���, _.
:���  ��� .. e   foi   ai  toa      \   pro ons
najn,_ a confen nee evnaglist, as
oinmend-d by th-.- committee,  was defeated.
Su.-day School   Work.
Rev.  A. E. Russ    gave    a brier  address, and a resolution of appreciation
was passed.    At thp afternoon Sr_.��ion
Rev. Jame Hicks, the secretary of tne
commit- -���    .-ad tbe report on Sunday,
schools       During    the    pa.-t     twelve
��� ths 2(5 n-w- schools had been com-
--.-.;  116 n-w  tencbera and oi-
fiee_)   were   reported.    The  t0Jal   'n-
creas,  .-. -  .  g m lay-schoo] forcer was
li.T      Rev   J.  P   Westman  was  r**ap-
point<M secretary of the Sunday-school
m   ���     A commute to deal witn 'hi-
��*rction of the WOJ k  wag named, consisting uf the s^cr-taries of the' Suo-
booli for each district, and  w.
C. Holt   T, J. Cox. R. J. Plaxton. Yv   H.
Btevaos, I>r   W Connolly, Peter K- Ij
J.  \V   Glovvr and H   Amos.
Mission, at  Home.
Rf-v. S. J Thomp>on | r-eientpd the
report on missions. The report recommended the appointment of a committee to co-operate on home missions
with the committ-?*s named by tne
Preehyterian and other churches. To
this commute, were appointed tne
chairmen of the Victoria, Vancouver,
Kamloops .ind West Kootenay districts ��� perintendeni of mis.ions.
Dr. Whit- with E. \V. Leeson. W.
Savage and D  S. Curtis
The committee, among oth^r recommendations,  suggested  that  returning
the    ��;ri   ta "i
rwo on ti In -in nii ������������.
���    ���: red  b ggm^ in
���
i Continued  on   Page  Three i,
EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATION
WILL BE CROWDED AFFAIR
Opera  Hous�� Unable to Accomrrcdate
all School Children to Hear Pa
tr.otic Speeches by Judges.
NISETEEN   FIRES   FOLLOW
INSANE   MANS  ESCAPE
recent!)
K'lttn    "ll!
���.   BS) lum ai
in ��� H inaon - ��� -
,.t uu. Btionable orlgii ���- ��� I ag
gregatlng does to bs lin IHon ii."
..if      Hanson la a ntac
MEN   DiE   FROM
MOSQUITO  BITES.
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ra in iliis vii in
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IV..'.. he first  of
i.i i    Th- United
I . ii bea um le do
K:. ( Innrieat in *.ik--
r~,, lones *  UMgbiin
*"*!(>,.. ���   It-liubllc Irtm und
l^ti. ' ''" ' tnoependeni
K a4
Ve��,ei    H��"'.*i��d
Floating Frort
Rri-cu^.
'
,    Vast
W,nd Come-  to
\. .,     , .;..   !*
 '"��� '���'
l',,000    Men kaOl
\llllolllK-ellK '.- , ,   III   llll'l   y1'"1   J|        V
;h.it    ���-""���' ,,:.,;,
ompaa   )(,   , ..,   pound tnai
carried �������""
oooslgnmeoi >" frelghi
|ttel)      -ul rounded   b>    WS-
goes       lhe eagtii -
v,'     I
IC    -M
M.i.i ���-'. Capi  inmee
his veea i  which
and s  ;-. -
.,. nmgiand,
��!,.       COI11J.
1  '     SeddomTand at daylight the
so   loltipletely    Iremin-'l
official-., i.ut tho Reginaa had n w ooms
t��. term- An attempt was made to
H,t hi,1.1 nf Archie Macnaughton. but
they had been unable to find htm A
tag a .- ir ..i ,n the Rnea il bo -1
during  " ai   which  sreri
,, . i n .-. in  Preal leni  Wells and  M u
, s  ���   v       ,���'", lv     v    ' '    '"  tirey, of tbe Reginas  and Mans
\   Wei-h ,-nl President P. J   Lynch,
1 ���'"   y"lW  "   ' '  *���   ;,    -,.   v, miter club,    when t&e
���v     \- reatoo , ,        ,.,....,
Briusn Ip   ...��    .,   pc ��� ,*,,,;,
King ".��   ��< -*���<]   was   !"*'
.    \        fori b)  8 era*  >���' ni       I Archie  Macnaughton,  Referee.
,.,.:-,   ���   .      all :ii   membe s of I \ message from r  D  Rosa, truatee
s .... .lend Oi naonperating ,      ,  Kinto cup, was raad as foUowa:
from v. i- .i fever dne io th.  i" ,   a> having dlaagreed trustees Mln-
to cap have apptJnted A _ Maonaugn-
Vh,. \.-- ston bed gone ap the He ,,     ,,f   Vancouver,   referee   tor the
.i branch <.f the Amaaan, yinto cup series between New Weet-
1700  inii.-a  v.,in   I'.n.i.  wr.h  raiiwa* miDster   and    Reginaa.       btr.   Mao
rhere was a Stop at  !*OrtO Laughton Is also authorize I  hereby  to
Velpo   ...   tweaty.One    (iaya, ami  ai appoint all ofllctals who may uot be
the men were screened m si agreed upon by clubs within 'Ji hours
in.ii: thej wane btttea In the daj ey __ either match
>ii^..   iiiosi.uitiM-s     <jf   the   tweet)      ratg armngemenl Mr Lynch says is
three memfeees of the crew  eighteen thoroughly satiafactory to 'he west-
Law's Long Arm.
Winnipeg, May 18.���The firm of
Messrs. Hudson, Howell. Onnonl and
Marlatt, acting on behalf of the Ku��
aiah government, has cause.1 to be la-
sued warrants for the apprehension Of
two tnen now resident in Manitoba
on a charge of murder ani burglary
Conns- i ��� lie Russian government
liUd 'decline  to  make  public  the  names Ol
is
those  wanted  until  such   time
warrant, baas been exeenti i
tlie
FOUND FORTUNE IN
FORGOTTEN BEQUEST
T. J.  Trapp   chairman of the t>oa*rd
jof  trust --    will occupy  the chair  at
'the big Bm] Irs Day meeting to be h<dd
^n tlie Opera House on Friday afternoon   trhen all school children���or ne
many of them a, can be admitted inside  the  building���will    assemble  to
to  hear  patriotic  addresses delivered
by     prominent     speakers,    including
County Judges W. W. B   Melnnes. of
IVancouver, and  F. W. Howay, of this
icity.      Owing to the limited accommodation of tbe tluatre. and the ��urpri<
ingly large number of school children
it Is probable tots In the kindergarten
departments  will    be  denied    admittance,  while    children    attending "h-?
primaries may also b>- left out.      The
Fhet   Readar.   will   squeeze in  somehow.
The fill draft of the program, wh-ch
will occupy about an hour and a nan,
Is not j ��� available, but lt will lnclud.
songs   by   the  children,   three old  fa-
VOriteS     The Maple Leaf. l_e Red,
White and Ulue." and Cheer, Hoys,
Cheer," th,> latter by the Wesi -Mid
scl;..Iir-- The meeting Wlll close
with the singing of the nailonal anthem.
wer-.-
Volt V 00   WS
,- ,,,.. n ngiws were ����pped ����''
!��,';:,' _,    ,,     v   rseael drtfW as ���
with thi  " ''
ther, wss free' Anagm
Disinherited Daughter D.gs up Wealth
of   Supposedly   D'S'nher.ted   Son
���Suitcase  Pans $100,000.
conflicted   tht>  fever
pil
ot
It..   '
rea.
I Ntio,
������ the wages paid ,    S( times 	
L'quor M._  M,���
Men  Meet.
_ Waj   i*���     ii,,- nrst
P..itic ooaei cona��� n
N' i.miii    ffy��9+\ License
" ''    ���   ..(
n ot ,
winch is uniform
diior traffic  In  op-
W .;   rohihitioB movement,
K    , ,               Fi-sncU hotel  to-
>K M imtth,ofLeni*
.>   . ...Illl.. 1   of      ine
^ ',", of the -ven
,;'KWj"      'Or  Bering  *ea.
Mbj    is.-.a weal
\> Toi ���bllshe, , dispatch
,'>     , "vi   .lap-.,,,   has
i*.
*f. ef
i warship to Ber
Ihe repori'-d
^ i_i',,' '".waoee vsaesis by
ju ships
BALLOON   BOSS  MUST
BECOME BRITISH SUBJECT
uuicku sped <w<
1iself
of  thW
Aulhor M.rrd.th Dead_
1-on.lon    M.-    _     I""-;, M   ,  S
:,;���������, nun de
, mi:.        Mr
following  grave
...I,,,,,.,I   curly   In
M,..,llihs  Illness  beg.
an,i   be  bad   ��teadll
symptotiM
evening.
on Haj   >*���
ecltned  s"1'''
|,j.   COIllll
was
'hn, "m�� , M^o'ihe at~t-ndi* p"v*
sill.-
minster Lacrosse club, who will be
quito willing to leave ths conduct oi
the (tame In the hands of Macnaughton. and he Is perhaps the best qualified man In _ C. to handle tnese
games
London,     May     IS.���Captain   S.   I ��� i Barr Judo* o' P'��y-
Oody, the Aiw-rican, who has fesen The managements of 'he two clubs
load of th*. ballooning depaitnteni Ol yesterday afternoon agreed that if
the ltiitisli war offlce for some yens Matt. J. Rarr was acceptable to Mr.
has keen asked to become a Brit I sti Macnaughton us Judge of play, he
citizen. In less he does so lv will should be asked to act Matt. Barr
bs dismissed fnun his position. Cody s later expressed hfs willingness to
two sons have been his chief aids In serve in the suggested capacity.
experimenting In aerial navigation for; The Regina management seemed un-
unlit.u>   purposes.
Captain Cody invented the kite,
which, after two unsuccessful iit-
tempta, drew a boat In which he wus
a passenger ncros_ the English channel  In  ihlrtfv-n  hours.
(Continued on  Page Six).
Victoria   Assessment.
Victoria. May IS���The 1��09 assess-
meni  of  reel  estate  in   Victoria  was
Lacking money from the war ottice,  pumpieted by City Assessor Northcott 1 milllonair.   father
Cody    has    been carrying out eaperi    on Saturday'      An increase   of three,'Carl   Y<iungermau   ��_n
I>. iver Colo. May 18 -Mr nnd
Mrs    Horace  Crow   Hosford,   who  yea-
terday bellevad themselves !H.-nniiess,
are OB -heir way to Rulo. Neb., where
a fortune of 1100,060 awaits them.
Mrs Hosford is the daughter of tho
iatv Carl Younga-rman. a millionaire
cigar iii.uiuiactuiti- and real estate
dealer of Des Moines, Ia.
Young Hosford. Instead of being disinherited, as be believ_d himself, alter
years of wandering suddenly found
himself wealthy when his wife a few
days ago op-ued an ol 1 suitcase und
found therein a packet of pap-rs given
her by her father-in law up.m her
marriage, with instructions not to
open It until after his death. She
had forgotten the packet, until she
found It In the unused suitcase It
contain,*.! tin- elder liosford's last will
reinstating ___ sou and heir.
Mrs. Youngvituaii, the mother of
Mra. Hosford. resides In Los Angeles.
She sturdily opposed her daughters
maa-rlage to Hosford
Mm. Hosford was cut off with only
a   nominal   sum   by   ihe   will   of   her
The  fortunes or
left   in  trust
Sojaji Temp'e Burns.
Tokyo. May   is���Sojaji,  the lamc.is
Iliiddhlst temple in Shiba park, Tokyo]
was destroy..,) by fire I few days ago.
the loss amounting k, poo,000.    Tne
Sojaji temple, next to the great tempi*
at   Nlkko.  iirohably   was  ihe most  famous and jxiimlar show temple In Japan.     Th,.  Mr,,   was   set   by  a  beggar
jwho was living In a hole underneath
j the  temple     The  man   was  cold  and
started a little blaze with a newspaper
ami a few ��tcik. for warmth.
England   Short   in  Meat.
Liverpool,   May   18���Owing   to   tne
shortage of  American  and   Canadian
icattle landed at Berklnhead. and allegations that the  United  States   was
.withholding   supplies  wl-h  a view  to
] raising prices, the Liverpool Cbam.vr
v>f  commerce  l_  urging the board or
agriculture to remove Immediately the
embargo on cattle from the Argentine
republic
whii  million doihirs will be the satisfactory :for ult. widow. Mr,
ments with his own resources.
this aeroplane he flew 1001) yards over repon  which  Mr   Northcott will hnve!her daughter  became es
LaffUa Plain at Altlershot, a distance t0  ,nake.      in   round  figures  the  a*-.the marriage of the latt.
IIvw   times   greater   than   any   British ees-snient   will  total  about  l-i.i'UO.WO.  and th.. voung couple were left penni
aeroplane ha_ covered. l__��t year lt wa�� U4,<40,8fB, 'leas.
Yi.utigerman, and
trangerl ujwin
r to Hosford,
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PAGE TWO
TTTE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNC-DA.. MAy
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RE -T
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE
PROFESSIONAL
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.   ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not  lei the people know anything about it. he would not sell any.      You must tel| the  people wh  I ' '*���' te sstl   why ihey should   perch
thoig of the value you offer them m  return  for their money       Too many cf us have got  into the habit of thinking that because we have been a long I uslness everyone must of nece���lty ki    ,. ,,,out _
wares.      Use the advert s ng columns of The D.iV   News and keep abrea.t of the time
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE?���Wi
find a congenial life companion
my    n sp. "';UI    or w"!
Send stamp for particular*    W<
1ST    A    1.M.IKS'   GOLD   WATCH    FOR ";    VALUE   IN  QRO
���-.���turn   ;u   thla
ird.
Offli
,.��� Development League, Box 1301
Vancouver.
WANTED.
WANTED-   \   HOY     TO
SELL   '"*���
Apply
.' ,,,..  j        ,���.    wm give the right
..    >
WANTED   A     CARETAKER     _ND
ial   .   .
M,   ��� good references      Apply
ti  B.C, P o. Box��, -v*
u '.-
WANTED���BOYS    ANU    OIBLS   -1
cm fai tor-    No dangerous em
Apply in the morn'
tw... ii * and   :' o'clock
Bona, sixth Btre
WANTED    A PAINTER. APPLT JOB
, ,,;n, | Second street and Third aye- .
ill]  !,
3 1 ���A  GERMAN  TEX . Bl - IK   IN
Queen i park on Batur lay
Flu Ier | It ase return to (  ���       I =;.
'���'.. ego or lh's oflk*.-.
LOST     \  SILYKR BADGE ENORAV-
��� ,1       r, rineial   Revi nne    i ax   Ool-
Itc-or."   Reward  OO   r, tuniin
, Dall]  N- a     Oce,
ROOMS TO  KENT.
Be      "'��� The   1 Sir.-   ;
P   ..   Box 811
LAND   SURVEYOR,
w.  S   DRAPER   it   ."   LAND  sm
,y. KI a- I      :���    I,    New      U .'  t
li    C
RENT��� Furnish,.,I rooi
iiuilv: breakfast if  : ��in i    Api
Emett, 227 Third sti..-:. n arI	
i ir line.
LAUNDRY
RO. \1.   . ITY    LAUNDRY,     ROI VL
A v< eel       i' ���
.   we will  ���
.       :        .
i aki   a .-      f thti
LIVERY   STABLE.
'    ^     " l������l..    k. .',.,,,- Ill        .-.    : ���' ",." ���     '      " "-       '- ���'--������      -^
.....la la...      ora/1 nfllH _"lt. T V    I ll'lV
WANTED���TBNDER8 FOR CLEAR
im; two acres al Edmond... Junction.
Apply Walker Bros., Edmonds.
WANTED���POSITION    BY    BRIGHT
Japanese who has ertda sxpartenoe
with    hot   and    cold     wati r,
range  and  electric  light      fern
moderate.    A;.ply A  H   i'- t_
room y. second floor.
TO RENT���One large furnish- 1  -    I
room, also one small or-.-.      Tt 'in-
reasonable.       Apply     2.7     Victoria
street
MACHINE   WORKS.
in  cooking and domestic wort    l-l'   ACC0UNTANTS   AND   AUDITOR..
::0a7      :ir< Beg-ie street, city.  j	
WANTED -YOUNG WOMAN PRESS- iC. HAMBER.  ACOUNTANT  ANU
ers.     Apply at once Royal City U>e i    Auditor.    Notary    Publl'.,     .'������������
Works. ancer. Room H, Guichon block, Ni ^
   ��� I    Westminster.     P. o. Box 7'...
WANTED���Girl to    assist    in  housework.   Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth strevi.
MONEY TO  LOAN.
ARCHITECTS.
THK BCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
Limiti d   Front street,    New   *
min-;-. r      II inul wtorei
.saw and    shlngii    bail] mac-inery,
Mill  planta  and al ons  pre
pared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, J AS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
. ' tiiounmcntal tombstones, baUdlng
stone, etc. Satisfaction guarantei l
Oolumbla street. New Westminster.
TO    LOAN���PRIVATE  FUNDS.
Ik  N., city.
A
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���GRAM A PHONE AND .3
records; pric... 115; also splendid
' anjo, machine head, etc , $10. Apply C. H., 310 Emory street, off Second, city.
FOR SALE���TWO FRESH MILCH
.���ows. Apply W. H Madlll, Royal
City Realty Co.
W.  D.  QOODPELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14.  Jiominion Trust Mock.
EDWIN  G   W.  SA1T.  ARCHITECT-
Oulch< ���   Bl    k    Tv-pv.oae 188
ELECTRi.AL WORKS.
THE    PEARSON    ELECTRIC     CO,
d- . ��� in     electrical     machin-'ry,
t':\- tr     and  suppll-?-. house wiring,
armature   wiring,    motor  repai-ins.
etc      Bank of Commerce  hulldlnK.
II, P. O. B..x &2S.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnet)) I^ake��� For heai-ny.
home krown fruit trees phone If.
HENRYS NIRSER1ES ��� PACIFIC
Coast | reted s,-' .Is. tr.-es, plants, bee
nppUas,   etc.     .loiu   West minster
road.   Vancouver,   and   branch   nur-
Bary at South Vancouver
\\ ESTM1NSTER PRES8 FnR K\ EK\
; illitln;;.
prlci      Phoni
1 U i Ild   Dally    N.-'.a |     I
Sixth     reel
REAL  ESTATE
WHITE, SHILKS  ,.   ,
R       ;   I v.   a-..i  [neni
.  -     farm and au
a
LENT  rURNISRl D   SIX   fl -
tan ���     i i :.
\ ani     ���        .   lv     >.   , ���
:  .  i;i:n i    FOURTH    Bl R] i i   m
low   Thi- I     a
cottage; n nl f-'i ;������ r month.
'lo   RENT    iTV .   ROI .'���! HO
Princeaa str.. t ;renl $** ;.-
HALE BROS  \ CO., Ll D
tat. i
Co itreet, P. O, dras
.BBOTT e\ HYDE, (Y   H  C  ABBOI 1
Proprietor)    Res
notari*
:.
PI ��� Dl     Ut
B8TTLSR8-  KB�� ���''��� I
v  B  Br.i��n. managi -   P   ..   Box
I
6 ROOM HOU8E I X EIOH1H BT-
��� .     .,  tight     ii:,"0    Fuisy terms
1 ACRE in BURNABY ci.ose TO
. ar lin--.  IS mlnitcs fr n:; V       J ���   "
Mi ADAM .���     i ���    ��� 'MB1 \ ST..
oppoeiti    '' ��� :'. ll"-   I. i.
; :.-.n.. 4:^ Ri Bl BSlats an 1 insurance, money to loan Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing afse-
where.
RESTAURANTS
WOODWORKING.
.��� ��� iWORMNU
hllO**'
Designs and e��i
Works:
P
J    Brool
.    r     -       .   ���- nth
u. h. x 861   i'
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
\M1IV  1.
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'   ���
���
COLl'MBUI   .
i
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of <
P
p in      ". >   Deg ���
lay    In i ,
���
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\     .r   w     FRASER LODOE NO
\i ���     Urate nd
In each moni       \     ttm
r-n   cordlall.    Invited    to   attend
oom   LO. t   W   ba . Odd
.    Bl '     i-'---
���     RT BRUNETTE, NO   I   ������   LOF
Meets  the fourth    Frldsy    In    the
I   O'l        ���      ��� .    '
hall ��,* block.
FR\ 1KKN.M. OBDEB  OF  BAU   I -
An- No   .'1 ��� M*et�� ev.-ry Tu-sila..
even nr at I    r* m.  la    ths .-.(.les
hall  Colombia stretft   A. Clark   W
i    l .es    h   BeboBeM   swrrt iry
FOR SALE ��� SPLENDID LAR. IK
lots in Bapperton almost cl- ar<-<l
close to car line, on the easy terms
of $2" down and $5 a month. I.
MK.H1, Phone B436;   Box 395.
FDR        SALE���A      TWO-YEAR-OLD
.olt, about 1100  pounds,  unbr
Percheron stock.    Apply Andy  i��..-
mie, Hammond. B. C.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS.   ETC.
ARTHUR    O'CONNOR.       POULTRY
1019   Eleven,".   Street,   anil
v-nue, New Westminster, P
O. I. _ 425.   Pure-bred Cockerels for
ilnrred   Rocks,  \Yhlte,   Brown
and   Bull   leghorns,  etc.;   r-ggs  for
PAPER   HANGING   A  DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON    WALL   PAPER.   ROOM
Mouldings     Burlaps,    .md Banltas;
bones  pe'ntleg.  kalaomlnlng,  ps
hanging    and     decorating      Sixth
street.   New   WesV-innster
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
Write    your     requir.--
f'OOKSI.KYS        PICTURE        POST
i ards   are   ,.<i   salt     Bt   M.   Mor. | ���
Stationery  Sn-.  .1   Q   (iamons'cl
r divan, F. Macki-nzie's drug store
md    rh,- Fair,' Col imbl i  itreet
batching
-
FOR SALE!���Twenty-flveacre fan.. .
Frasei riv.-r, 5 mil��*s from Weeti
��� r;  500 feel deep srateT front
���it  |150 per acre.     Tins is  worm
looking at as property close  bj
��� tiling at $40..: not as good land a   .
uo water frontage      Cook & Boss
Front street, opposite Market, Ni ���
W ��� siniiui -,.
FOR  SALE���TWO    AND    A    HAL.
ures of land,     2 acre clear-,j  and   j    ���   MERRY   ft   CO.,   PHONE  AWL   WADE   WHEALLEB <_ MoQUARRlE
3 FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
1.'-.horns    goo^  layers;   $2  per slt-
f.f I h..ns Voglsan-t  poultry
expert,   9 8   Keefer  street,   Vancou-
rer  B. C
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDi:  _   EDMONDS   BABRIS
ters  and   BoUcltors
Colombia Btreet,  New \\.-stminst. r.
w, J. Whiteside, H. I. Bdmond
KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    & CAFE
Tickets.   21   m^sls   for   il !l,,uie
cooking   All white OOOkS;  no OrtOO
ta|   laix.r  etnpl.i.. ���  !        ..,-��������� an
night       Opposite tra-
ROYAL CAFE   | Ml
tre*s).      Four courses ��� ng of
SOnp,   flsh.   V - ���                      ��� r riast,
podding or ; Le  b      offoe >.r mux.
SONS  Of S< DTI.AND BENEFIT  AS
i.i'|..r..  Lord of th,-  (sli
Meet   on the flrei    and ihlid
I'i.-v .��>  ,,f PTrrv rnonth In K. of P
hail       Cl lef   W   SuiiK-nand
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    BOOM    14,
(;iii,'i.nn "!���" .     i' ". Ba W
CUSTOM      BTENOORAPHT      AND
Typewriting; * > >rk.  baetness
letti rs,   ,-t.       Pr ��� In. i   ...mce. Oo
tambia Btreet      Pl oni  81
'.    .'    F     RnYAL     CITY     l.il".r.
NO   :    Meste   m   OMfaHowe-   hsii
a     ���������-, every Pride    ...
Ine at h o'clock    VMttng Brethren
wiii be ������ i '.<  ��sh   ��� !������  11   y. i,i lej.
N   n .   "'   I .'--���  <���   i�� i;
Inx serrciary
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1 ani 1 .I,., ,
���   ��� "��� ��� ��� :
trtrt of Mlsolon BS osrai ���   ���
f. ���
And I ben   ���   ::������ ct that ] :
lof th:�� notice    for  thirty   dx ij
I   n.-w-paper    pobth I '���; |
j Wi_fmln��t^r   Wtll  be  rtwkI    ..:,; lag
dent  service  thereof.
Dateri   Bl   the  Ijind  Begietl.   ��� * I
New Wc��-rr.l_,,t.--r, prorln ,
Oolnmbta this sth dsy of Li *
i N ���
0   P   KEITH
Dlitrlrt Bsgtstm
'!' .   !l>nri'   M>-ne>ry,   Maria   1' ' " *
1.    H    \f'-��hon.    John   M
D<-Siiy an'.  WIMIsm Seal
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE   BUY \\D  BELL   FURN1TUBE
and !     o.   new   and   s- end
hand \   Speck,  near Tram
Offlce
planted   wvh    fruit    trt.s on   the
main Port Moody road. :; mliea from
t'orner   of   Blackle  and   Carnarvon
streets.      Have opened  a feed  and
Westminstar   postoflU*;   permanent breaking stable tor horses.   Horses
water, for $460, _0r  -a:,.       Beferenee furnished
FOR  S\LE ��� TWENTY EKIHT ACRE  	
farm land.    ]_ cultivated;  stood  <-
���innn   housi'     and     barn   On   ^'' FISH   AND   GAME,
er, 600 1   I deep water frontagi,
vhart   on property,    I mile   from BENSON & AYLING FISH. FRUIT,
Westminster; close to rail wa. -mva Game   Vegetables, etc.     BiegWs sC,
stores,   iios'.    offlc       ' '   , tO! '         '���'���    d or  Hotel.
talance ��� .      oi   	
86500.
FURNITURE.
(Fi C Wade, k. c, a Whealler, w
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors Ham-
ters. etc, 42 I/irne Htreet. <>pis. -���
oonrthoe New     Westminster,
(Phone  lt".v and   the Vancouver of
v ������ is ;r  No   6   Royal Bank Cha
here,  108 Haattngi  Btreei wsst,
OEORGE   K    MARTIN   BARB1STBR
: ���     Oulchon  block,  Co
lumbia     ind    McKi oils  st- .  N iw
Westminster, B  C
HOUSE TO RENT.
0 RENT���NEW HOUBE ON ON_
blw '���.. on   in ���
r Bros   Edmond
W        MYERS     GRAY.     HARRIS IIU
W.   K.   FALES,   THE   FURNITURE      Solicitor and Notarj  Publli     Can
Dealer  Upholsterer and Undertaker      block, Clarkson I  ���    ���   Ite ibe
corner Lgneh and McKenzie i :        Court Hon -���      P  0   Bos IM    1
Pbone 176, niitht call IL enbons <H
TVLORS.
OALV'N    LADIES    LND MEN'S TAJ
loriv- \   Bl IW   line  Of  spring  suit-
Inc   i        in       Button  making, pri ���
in.- ���   niriiii*.     ii 81-th street
pl    Dl     VV.ii
OTHER    FRATERNAL    BOCTI HI 8
tncii.d- the Union l-"'ig''. No 9. A
F and A M Klr.g S',lo::a���n Lodgi
No 17 a f and A M . I. .. I.
No li:,<*i, L i). L. No 1183; <
Bapperton, Ne 1888 I 0 P.; C U
F Court We tmlnsti
Brat]  rl     :   f Owl    Neat N<
BOARD OF I h \i>i. new *\ km
min ��� Board ol Tre v- mei ta la f ���
board  re It)   Hall, a* follows:
Third  Thurul ,y    , |    > BCh     III
, . i tei       meeting    on  ths    tnird
Tbnrada) ..f February, May,  logoff
���r,  at 8  p m        \nnual
���   ..  third   Th
1 ��� v , ir-.        New    tnetiih. rs    rn.
.posed and sleeted at any month
quarti rly    meeting      c   ii
.-'    i---\\ a/Ie   secretary
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
WE8TMIN8TBB    OPSB .
Iaitii,- street, w  N  Cai 11
THEATRES
iaha i-.'iic tba an app o Ion ball.u be, been mads lo register tfcg corporation
manager   ,,f ths Toirnshlp-or Uistnn -,i mu-
W "' ",'"'"i     '    :   '���   '"?n�� sion, a�� the owner tn r.-,- simp     m
tb.    . i ..ii       Ldvani ������ ��� ..,.-�� offlce
i; i,.     gtori der a tai   i ���   .- ��� i from thi
of \ii-,.!,in Municipality, to
tiik EDISON 'nn '-.r v     i ORNBB  ration ol the Town blp or DlatHd
Oolumbla  and  Elghi        Hlgl clue   M,    , . . .     ,,.
moving  pl< tun i  . ��� ��� -     >ng��   . ,   , ,   ,
program .-hanged Monday,  Wedaee ��� "* x   "    lMf   of �����! n:"'
day an-i Prld '';,r ,,'n! eerte a    ��� tra i ,,:    bd
NEW   WESTMINSTER  CIT Y
ASSESSMENT
Court  of   Revision
'- ���
eeaea  . ���
boi-n ���    imed to me, an I   ���
m>  ciffles where it ma.
,n     haili.g
thereto  until the sitting ..���   .
,.f Revision
11 ���  Brat sitting of Ihe Conn
���   on oa the etld em- tm ���
he held si the   City Ball   ���
I city on v,. Inserts j,   thr   iii
M iv   B��Xl      ''    ! !", '������
' wmri
Any    ;h nun    Intending    '
-g.-ilnm th --i.-'it  ���   . ���
writing to he Died with Um
at   lm,;   seven   days  1" '
sitting of the rourt
W   \   DUNCAN,
cpv  . lert
Clt.   !'.'!   April 7. 18  ���
n pays to Advertise
IN ���
THE DAILY N I W 8
Wntminllir'i   Hnrr-.^   Pier
Mail Service
I-'.,':., ���        ol  :
(mail
tour gli
1 ������ b ���     ��� i,. l_g thi   .    ,r ol ch
a bich   i.-   halt  an   ! .    .,   ni..-,    ,.
-' in    thi    a.    .      ,|, -;,,,-, ,.|;   niallh,
otl' -.'       tated    -   des]    ���
d and rei i Ived daily exi  pi Bunds)
i be  on j   mall    dl   i and   re
celved Bundaj an  the C. P R. eoutfi
C   P, it    a ; mails, noi Including
the   way    malls.    Snppcrtan.     Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam,
Msirfs Despatched.
B .... iin,. [cloned al eleven ociock
the previous night)���-Vanoouver v'��
(i N, R, "Owl" Victoria exoepl Wed-
n sday,
... a tn.   Vancouver na B.C, i-.l-. -
trie   railway.
Bumas and Seattle, Including all U
S. points east and aouth, and points
etween New WeetmlnBtoi ami Hunt
Ingdon, B.C., via cp.r. south, Coquitlam, Sapperton and Fraser Mllie
8:30 a in -Blaine and Seattle, including all U, S. points easi nnd eOUttt;
and i i-i'i's Prairie, Fernrldge and Hae
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturday!
-,. ..Iv. and district (Clover Vai
i Bui ;>���>��� Centre RJlgin, Alluvia and
Ington Prairie i Cla) ion I yne
I������ ' I, Bon Li , onl. Port K.-llis and Mc
itched by Gulchon route,
V V & I Railway, on Tuesday, at
'������ .. in   end  Friday,  2p.m.     Also on
i        .     a-  i. ;.. p m . excepting Bon
��� i   md  'i.- nehead
All S irrey mails ars rec< Ived I
Clov , ....;,���  Hall'i   Prairie, Ha
eelmen and Fernrldge, which errlveon
the B ltd Vancouver at 8; i , p m
-,ii 'I u   di      'i,;, ii iday and Bai ui la tt
Cloverdale  malls are due o i   t rttta)
ltd i    a-  ���   IS   i in. and 4 p in.
u   lay
11:00 a.m.��� Vancouver, Victoria and
C ntra] i'ark, via ll. C. Electric Rail-
l.v.o p.m.���Strawberry um, Tim-
berland and Bouth Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m    Seat Burnaby bycourlei
2:00 p.m    Burquitlam, by courier.
- 00 p.m. (Slimmer months -".lose, ai
-W .',.;- Saturday)- I.idm-r, Port
Onl. m We tham Island and Bun-
Vi.ii daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tttesday, Thnn lay and Saturday, via
"J. C, Bruce (Steveston mnll dee.
patch.-! and received via Vancouver I
2vio p.m.- -Vancouver and Ptpei
Biding, via o   N. R. north
8:30 p m c. p. Roast, Bapperton
and Frai i ,  mhIh.
l '.., p.m Vnncouver and Burnab)
Ink'-, via li C. Electric Railway. Sal
unda) .tn i ura mall U despetchud to
Victoria via  Vancouver al 'his houi
Blaln.    ..a Seattle, Including nil V
S   polni    , v I   and  souiii,   via  (i.  N   l(
"Flyer."
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TWO ACRES
s The Question
.
NEAR   CITY.   ALL  CLEARED, FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE  HOUSE, STABLE  AND      OUTBUILDINGS ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE     FIRST-CLASS   SOIL,     $2700.
REASONABLE   TERMS
Dominion Trust Co.
T. R. PEARSON,'Mgr
MONEY    TO    LOAN
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where ". bu) furniture cheap ns  ���   n
Is Answered
by directing you to the Btor_ ��    re
yotl  can   see  lh,.   largest   stock   of       w
ami second ii.m i goods or all kinds in
U��e <-lty.
i iiiivi- a splendid Oream Beparatoi
fur wile, nearly new.
Com., and teg how much mor.- you
can get for your money her,, than
elsewhere.
Mails   Received.
,; t ��� a -     ni.une nnd    Seattl,. In
RlUdlng  all   I     s,  iiolnts.  via  Q    \    l(
Owl
v 20 a .,    Vancouver and  Vlctcx .
(excepi Tui-mlay), via 11 C Bttecttlc
Hadway,
���' I|(. 'o 10:00 am .���Strawberry llm,
v oourlei  (Tuesday .."-l Fridayi
B 30 .i in Vancouver and Victoria,
via (J. N. it
18 00  to   11 .oo  a.m.- Ladner,   Port
Guichon, Weetham lHian.i and ('l'ue
da i   Thursday and Saturday)   Wood-
1    i.i steamer ���' C. Etfuce (Steves.
ton despatched and received via Vaa-
i ' 30 to i p.m.���i P. it eael Hap.
perton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam,
1   00  p in    -Vancouver,  Central   Part
and Fraeer Ann.
1:110 pm.���Must Burnaby, by courier
2::io ji m   -Burquitlam, by oourtar.
:t:30 p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle, m
eluding all U  S. points
7:ou p m.- Hiiina. ami Beattle, iii
r-iudlni? all U. H, points and points be
twaen Huntingdon and New w.-aimin
ster. via C, p. ii  so ni,, ai ,, Fraser
Mills
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
j. HENLEY
IT PAY8 TO  ADVERTISE I        .^   WEsrMtN8TER,   B.   C.     '
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS    Telephone 13. Oflics. Eighth St.
English Watchmaker
i;. Id w a i has for Ln Ui ��� ti      i;J/5
up
lllver   - a', ii v   | nts1  open
��6.00.
Silver 1 a'- has, k<'ihs'   open   ��� '���"
���7.50 up,
Agenl      for     W.illhsin     and     Elgin
wntch.'a.
Watoh repairing �� laity.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   <.eo.  AJamt.   Grom
HfpaiiltiR  of gtlns,  inul". H��     ,,;"
wrlUrs, and light automatic machln
ery and bloyclei n ipselalty,
Alex. Speck
Colombia at.    "Man ����� "l" w""<'1 ^dnES-av
MAY  1S,   IM*
THE  DAILY   JEWS.
PAGE TURKS'.
RjbinJjood^Jhgr^Canada's   Newest,
Gj^gfegLJj|gHr_z^onffnues  to   Groit>  in
the Userj Favor.
"ROBIN   HOOD   Fl
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wiih othi aa
Wh< n �������� i are
��� g!'t I ���'���' I.   D"'.'
quality.
' ROBIN   HOOD  F I        i
tnooi .   becl   it  uo
Evi   r woi ian lr. New   I ���
FLOUR   |   ��        if     ;.,  .   t._,.
���   ���' ���   ��� i
-.    thai    '    - Id. ri.m_.Vl  i
I    mad. in,.
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s ith  II \r.-J   r��irr. D
Made  of Saskatchewan's   Best   Wheat.
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"Robin Hood Flour" is in Every  Way a
Superior Flour.
MM 0.. VIRGINIAN
'      -MUKI. WITH THE MEN
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lnno^ti0n   of   Mixed   Smoking     Room
on  Atlantic  Liner Proves  Highly
Popular���Pipes   Barred.
Ma-   .      in   accor lance
* Its fall  pas ��� D{
... rod wed _ mixed
w_   i,  ��� .-   _i-.-am.-i.,,,  v ir-
.. ii in port on Sat-
. I on thn voj   gi
��� i .,��� itlemen smoked to
ol tne nov-
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b od it was a < mi.-
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party of I idles and '
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Igar :v       ... lng  car.is
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1      mi     passeni leclared    ih u
f      u. .��� r found -.. It,   ten so '
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lence   ol   Hgir
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HIS FAVORITE
BREAKf AST fOOD
Vancouver. Ma;. 15, l'JO'J.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co.:
H-ar Sirs,���i am pleased to
state that I hav, us-d Haverhill's Barley makes regniarl)
tor several months and bave
found tli-m a palatable nooriab
lng and easily digested food.
THEY ARE MY FAVORITE
oreaktast food and l can warm-
j  ,-������, ommend tn.-m
Yours t: .
GREGORY H    io.vi.
Principal  gtrathoona   School
Vancouver.
���THERE IS A REASON "���Tha- three days' preparation of the barley,
gives the flavor and makes them so easily digested���many have
proved it���so ma/ you. As- your grocer for a package. 15c���Cook
.0  minutes:   do  not stir.
X    THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
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,    ointi     editor ii     bi< I
Lrtr.D
Missions Occupy
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Liomtn on Lands witn
iin the railway  bVi iu BrttlaO Coium-
MADE IN CANADA
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
fi    . ���
ge I i
hla, maj   be i-jmesieaded  by any p.r-
r��.f__m...   T!_~ I"00   vv:-�� I* the sole head oi a  t ami iy
LonfereocB Tidib <* **y ���**���� ��rear. c. aS. ��
the  extent   ot   on-.-quarter   section  of
  .      acres, more or less.
Entry mu_t ue made persona;, j al
ih. local land office lor the ttjaulct
in wtiicn the land is situa-.c. Entry
oy proxy may, however, be made on
certain ' conditions by tne tamer,
__o__._r, son, daughter, bro*.--**. cr tt+
ier of an intending hom*r.eadir.
The homesteader is required U, perform the conditions connecu-d mere-
with under one ot the touowing
plaas:
(1) At least six months' re.i.enc.
upon and cultivation ol the land on
.-ach year for three years.
I!) If the father I or mother, a Uie
father ia decased), of the home-leader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
I      -.' :..:��� ������ - ..       -;  ���:.    aiiid   Laln.t
il: _ p. rmitted to .... over lor
., nth ��� :.- on theh experience
ir. ordei to a: ..-��� ir.'- H In loreigu
:        .��� :. I
Layman's Movement.
���  I fly rur n'i MinflrmnT. movement
came  under review.     1 a.  conic.-
.,.���;-��� .    a motion    to endorse
.       :,.-.a   national   missionary   policy
B Idi 1      vju   at   the   recent   mis- |
���..   congress  bel_  In Toronto.    A1
n       i;ion adopted was:  "We also ree-
BAKING
POWDER
e:���
There are -__ny bolting powder* bat
There is Only One
MACIC BAKINC POWDER
Beef, Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   BY
Ihe Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
. :   ii-.-   ibis    coniereuce accept   ^ land    _,,.-_<! for> the requirements
. a   ...I     responsibility   tor     tn-   __   __   rt.aldenCtt   may   t-   BatUfled   by
���     ig<   . ition of /... pe,- cent, of tbe       h     ^^ rt.bldlttg wuh tne lather
in     -   -    -    coming    to    Canada    to'or mother
a      ithe    i-r.ie--.ant    ehorchesare     ig. u t_^ gettter .haa We permanent I
gation       t. .roster, and our | resiU(.nCH  UV)on   terming   land   owned j
S      . Ol the 14  million people in not-   bv   Um   ^   ^  vk_ahv  of   his  Home- I
'���  "*�����'"   countries    io*     wnom  oar IJ^ the reoairemeata a_ to residence
r-   .ral  board    ot     mMalom   ol    'he;luav   ^   bam!k,j   by   residence   upon |
;il-:iiodi-t  cburek in  Cana:_  bas  ��*" ���_���_,.'Ba_d land.
Six months' notice in writing should
""   l'"'-:- ; *���' :-���   be given to the commiBsloeB- of Do-
tios  pr-iiu-lng  cooperation  sritji  the ,uil K,_  iiUldb m  QtUwa of intention
c-cui.er. of other cburcnes m holding ' ,   for    lent
Laymen n Miaatooary conventions and     oS2���<3oal  mining rights  mav   be
banquets, aad gl      toi        there   [tmMaA  to    ,  period oi    twenty-one
lhe sogge* .a modes o'.  swrii adopt- warg       __ |mn| ivnla, ol $1 lKV
ed hy the Canadian National Congress -^       Nu.   mort   than   iUa   aCres
*-���'     -:   ���     -.       '��� s>" shall  be  leased   to one individual  or
giving  ��aa Blao  r .commended. 'companv.      A  royal tv  a-,  the  rate  ot
College Endowment Fund. j.,     ^ul. WQ s;all be coilectt.d
After soui     U* Wotn motion  �����  ^ ,h.  .;l.rcha]UapK-coal mined,
d  b)   Rev   .! to vote ^.  ^-  (jqRY.
ister of the Interior.
..tzed    publication   ot
.. give .um an opportunity to lorwar.l   y.    ..jVt.rtlsi.ineni   will    not   he   paia
i.    endowment  fund  tor Columbian
OOllege,  was  passed        Mr   Betts  sail	
$7.. waa to be -���: aaidi  ior tius pur- ~
pow    and after bearing Dr. Sipprell CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT
the conference wa.- satlall of BURNABY.
s.-..'ral   promiaeai    ministers,   in-, 	
eluding   D��    Robeon  aud  Dr.  Crosby. Notice    is  hereby    glve.i   tbat  tne
spoke on a recommendation lrom tti> ^our- 0f Revision of the assce-meal
Vancouver  diatriot    'o    place  a  mi> toh 0f gie district of Burnaby, will be
slonari at Vancouver for work among beid jn tb(, Municipal Hall,  Burnaby,
the Indians >:i the In let, Eraser river on  Tuesday,    May  25th.    1909, at  IU
ami elsewhen       Tbe matter was ro- ociock a.m
-   rred  to  the    general  board ot    uu- Amy  person  or persons  desiring to
���-ion.   mth  the eedoreaaeni or con- [_&ke complaint against his or her ae-
fereiii ��� ses<uu nt tuust give notice in writing
k \   \V   II   Barraclough, In leaving ^ tl)e a;>ges_or. staling tbe ground ot
H.  t* .    thanked    conference    lor  tne C0Cipl;unv at least ten days before tht.
man.  conrteaies aztesded him in 'be >aid date.
77iis is the
i Opportunity I
Look over  Henry's  catalogue
and make out your order for
, l  .,U ,��a-a ��      ���.       .....     a/-      *   .      _. a a ��.      .a* , ^^
|&W toward the sail ��� ****** Deputy of the lfials
Bgsnl from the Jublle   land, In order)    ^u-_rnaulijonz.
for.
��� Pacific Coast
e       Tested Seeds \>
X   Trees, Plants, Bee Supplies, etc.
t   No *in ly agent* to annoy you.
No damage from fumigation.   N'o
delays of customs.
YOU "PRESS THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO THE  REST.
peal H yhara, dining which he had
had a thorough experience ol all
, la-si s of mlsaions In Bn:isii Columbia His pastoral work had also been
greatl) assisted .-> his ministerial
rea, and '.i\ taymhn ol the
chun       ������ be bad be. a pastor.
PROBATIONERS  BANQUET
WITH  CONFERENCE OFFICERS
H
D. CUKTIS,
Assessor.
HENRY'S
Nurseries::
Offices, Greenhouses  and  Seed-
houses, 3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,
�� South Vancouver.
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TIME TABLE.
fcw Spring Goods for
^ies and Gentlemen
A  I,
lme   of   material    for
etttnee an
d suitings lm-
:..-
��rntt-,|
*tu - Mrfsct fit snd
good
���otkB,
SBSIili-
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you hav�� made up your "-.ind to do some painting,
remember that .�� pay* to use paint or vsmnh tha, will stand m
all  v>rath.r�� ,
Elephant pa.ni is msde from thr purest of oil and lead, and
the coloring. In It ��re the very best that can be used and are
mined by siperts who thoroughly understand every branch of
ihe   us'nt   builness.
Our lm. of varnishes and s a.ns includes th. following: Jap
_ lac Baplsc, Berry Bros. Hard Oil snd Varnlsh.s. Standard
Vsrr-Shee  and Wilkinson, Heywood  A  Clarke s famous   English
Va
Una  of   varnishes.
W-NG YUEN-r. J. TRAPP & CO, Limited
\    -i. ,���     toast    Usi    was   cai i u i
igb a.  the proiiativmei -       nq|( i
���n Qnei n a-   .venue chinch schoolroom
renlai       \ mui    wo d.a<n sm
lOWn    U>g       " ���    ��� "h   |!K*   I"'- sl lent   Ot
,.mt. rem v K>'\ James Calvei v Dr.
Sipprell, principal of C..liini!>i.in College; Di White, anpenntendeni ot
missions; aud Kev \v H Barraclough
riu< K'.iM U- ��.i- as follows: King
ml Country." \V. Boulton; reply, ti,
B Btracban; Our Church und Conf.-r.
, no . i" Cai enter; replies, It. Ribbon .md presldsmt of oonterence;
���t'oiuiiii.iaii    College.-*    Rev,    W,  i'-
Kwlng  nnd   Rei    I.   B   Krancis,  r,.ply,
nr _ippt-ii;   Old Folks at Home," _.
OoOhe, ifl>l> C W Weber; "Thv l-~i-
dies, H WllaOB and K E. Collls. The
funci inn was a pleasant one.
OBT YOl'K SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel   Block, P. O.   Bex (544.
New  Westminster.
S.S. Kerland
Leave langley at S-tHi a.m.; an ive
at l'ort Haney at S:K> a.m.. arrive at
McAdam l_aidlng at .S:'_0 a.m.; arriv.. at HaSUJMad at v lu a.m.; arrive
at .ort Kells at 9:iW a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10:80 am.
Leave New Westminster at 4;UU p.-
in ; urriw a: Port Kells ut J:o0 pm.;
arrive al Hammond at t',:__ p.m.; arrive at Mc Adams landing at 615 pm.;
arrive at Port Haney at tiviii p.m.; arrive at Uingley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. A K. Wharf, daily except Saturday.
Grand Trunk Ry.jS.S.TRANSFER
K*on
9  On   Wo A   Co.   Block,
U,"nib,a   and   Melnnes   Sts.
. .1
P. O. Boa Slit-
Summer Goods
B��oti.
JU3T   ARRIVED.
���oil,
th.
in,..
matsrtal you  want 'or
'" order     perfect  fit H'lai-
|_a Ulte, ll
"EE CHUNG
. o A^Hant Tailor
* "4. New Westminst*.-
Opposlt, Windsor Hotel.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
E-urne.   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR!
,mperi��l             ���       SJOOperbfi
Hungarian Jewel       $6.50 ��
Terminal lf*W
..   _-_ ���    Pf���   FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuame& to 1	
FRONT STREET. N.w Wsetmlneter. Telephone Ut.
SAVS CANADIANS  REFUSE
WORK TO ENGLISHMEN
l/HHlon,   May     IS���The     bishop  ol
lyondon,   sp--a-i-iiiR   tivlny   of   race   decadence and the danger of a growth
ln slum population of Britain, asked;
i"Dowi it not  account  to Borne extent
.'for the fact that today in Canada no
1'Englishmen need apply in the case or
Ialmost   any  job   that   is  going?      11
that govs on loyalty will soon t>e un-
Lderinlned.''
Farm Strikers Stand Pat.
Honolulu, May is���With no proa-
pect of receiving recognition troin
their employers, th- MM Japanese
plantation hand- on atrlfca 'n 'he Hawaiian Islands nre politely bm nnniy
standing put and "day they are quietly awaiting dev.loptii.u-..
EiceHeat Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tor^iiio,
Montreal, Quebec,
Commencing April 1st tbe steamer
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf .very week day afternoon, except Saturday, at - p.m. (or Ladner,
Westham Island and way ports. Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND  SATURDAYS.
��>       1        l    f) Returning,  leaves Westham    Island
i ortlanda ooston*,virv w",k d*-y nw��i_g. except fm-
pal business Ureters ol
And all the princi
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Palls.
For Tim�� Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VA'-X.
Aaaiatant Gen'l Passenger +n& Ticket
Agent, 13& Adams St. Chieego. 111.
at 7a m., and Ladner 7.46 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham Island < a.m.
and Ladner at 6:45 a.m.
Additional   trip   Monday   morning,
leaving New Westminster Bt 5 am.
This schedule    subject    to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates sp
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
^ Manager.   ;
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY   MAY   |,
- 190..
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Pu ilia
lng Company, Limited, at their offices,
. Dally News Block, corner of Mo- ceptlng the proposal Thl
Kehzle and  Victoria streets
ply the necessary power for operating
the draw. in return for the ordlnar]
wav have, is little short of generous. In i ccordanoe srtth a resolution ��t
The council  certanil,   did wel]  In ac '   '-"'i'V 'i-vlaiv    Thursday
the 20tb Inal . lrom 1 p.m. t,> ;, p ���,   ���
new Une wui civlc ,   i; . ,,.,,i ,>. t0 enable ever. on.
prove   an  important   facto,-  in   tli,.   lu to                 S��lnto Clip lacrOsee match;
CIVIC  HOLIDAY.
......   lure  development  ol   Nev,   Westmin-  and i  ��*oul. reepeetfullj  -a-u the cltl-
E. A.
WEDNESDAY.  MAY  19,  1909.
Paige Managing D.vctor ster.   It wlU form one of the Influences
that must tend towards the making ol
this cit.-.- into a busy entrepot, an lm
portant   centre upon   which  all   lines
oi   communication   will  converge     i
will also be another movi In the dlrec
Von ol proi i.ling a c n; -       taUo
this city, at  all events  : -   al]    li
car traffic.    Aroun,) and  Ul  this Bl I
tion win probaly be locat, ,i the -������
ale   housi     and   depots   which   New
Westminster   so   badly   needs,  <
i -inn,-nt.   a hlch   musl   ,     e In    the
near future
sa
-   ,, observe thi
W   II   KEARY,
Mayor
offlce   May Is. 1909
THE   GAME.
NICE COTTAGE EOR SALE
I have a nice six .00" I    |S��0n   Alberta   street.   Bapperton,   bu.lt   on
lot 40x100,  which   I  car-  ,''���>   ,0'   *��200.00 on   good   terms.       |   ,, ,.,.   ,,,
next to thii for sale.      The two together  would   make   I   nice Him ,
I  can  sell  for $32b.00.     I  would be  pleased  lo  show  you  IhSSs  pi ,
hav.  good  buys  In ta ol  ,h��t  c"y-
J. J. JOHNSTON
:   in   the   Minto   cup   i
tpidly  incr. asing,  a    the day  ol
la.. approachi b u- ar-
er.   w bllsi we  ire entirelj   levot.
of our in-., s and havi  i ���
lem    m    b li   bi lng able : ��� -r
v    troph.   v. tiii h tii j  n '.a
i      ��� H- to a   thai the < bii I polnl ol
eni is the '
being   . In our
I     n na -      w. n .ii..
and ,. colli Ction of
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FRIDAY, MAY 21.
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Ol     111,
rati ,i
Dupont  Block, Colun-
"GET THE  HABIT"
PHOM
Lena Duthie   Whitewash
MU11U.V VEAL, PORK f
PUGSLEY  TO  MAKE
TRIP TO COAST.
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Win.
. ittaa .   Ont., May    IS
J .-v pi els        tO       111.
through  ;������    he  Pacific co
"   .. ci Ion of public ���- 01 la
Ion  and  with a  vh a
j .   ���    taiain-  . need d I -
i     . ill once
lo tl Lneti
wii   _..    no small  amouni  ol    atis-
Soli .- ,i-i ;, nera]    Bui ean    ��*ill   i   o
make a tour ol the p nltei
Ing thr villi  to Vic.
It is und i stoo I    thai
"Afl Evening in Scotland
and Ireland."
BACH
GLASSES. ODD LINES, "ic EACH
tl        | ol    mrtty in 'HI be di,,-,; ed, with
1:   will   : ��� !        ��� V   "; m     "'     '"'';l
Peter1 oro ;in,l North 1.     1 ��� i.
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Ausp ce.  cf SONS  OF
ENGLAND.
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The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Fresh   Pork    Sausages  dally.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
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Cholcs
Juicy    Steak*.
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Phone 192
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Coin ml    st.l
. : ly well ;! '
withstan I        ons    igb        a po
men who have
b.   n \.: j fcarefull     ���     te i rrom the
mosl      ii .;.- nts  ol     lacrosse
thi   li .minion  can I.   fur-
>\, consider i: to bi a mosi unfort-
nni circumstance thai the Westmln-
l.oys sliould have to con: nil
:,.-t such a body. All th - members
of the borne team, with two except! ns
(and thi bi learn! i be game !v; ��� i are
nati-ve sons ..f tb Royal City, playing
lacrosse out of pure lovi and for such
glory as their prowess and skill ma.
win them, bm not for any mom tarj reward which it may bring Ten of their
opponents next Thursda. and Monday,
though playing undeT the name of Re-'
gina, are not even resident* of thai
city. They are indeed paid to assume
the guise of representatives thereof.
A month or two hence they may. som,-
or all of them, turn up again In 'he
civi,.cu-r of champion- of Edmonton,
or Vancouver, or any other place
on the map. either as challengers
or defenders of ihe cup. whichever
way the games at Queens park may
result It is manifestly unfair that thla
kind of thing should be possible We
Ier il Is altog. thei opposed to
the intentions of the noble donor ol
the lacrosse trophy. In thi.- reBpect
we believe that the citizens of Wesi
minister wil] approve tbe action tat a
by the home team In playing the game
against Regina under protest,
Th   whole buslni ss reveals a boi
degeneracy ol what should be a pure
national   sport   Into  the  conditio]   ol
I hunting ii eking d; I
tion. II lvans that this game of g
anion'.;   Canadian-   will   tumble   clou a
in'" .ni unclean stal    an I  low con 11-
tion. Contests wil] w.laken In Influenc.
and   Interest   and   will   become   n*
occasions  thai   furnish  an ������xcuse  l
gambling an i all  th<   a tendanl  ei..
of professionalism in i port.
It is time that lar.', se was rescued
from its threatem d fa I and maim. Ined
the high  position  among the real
���ports of ih,. wori,i ll i.i..-. occupied
long.   Thi re should be  i .. ������ li    ol bylaws  or   regulations   framed    Betting
forth    the   amateur    quallftcai on    In
plain, Incontestable ti i tc      \v, t
oni   >��� ar'- resi I nee a   a a op
Ifl ation for a player.    No membei ol
a  U .im should be allowed to ree. li
any reward for l I   plaj lng, othi r than
the pa. rn. ai oi such oui ol pocl et ei
pens. i       b.   rendei i d ne< i
li  something ..i  this  kin,! were done
then   ;.-      -   o pn f.-i red to eon
a    profi    lonal    could do    i and pro
earns cn ik. < om
i. r  with like com Inatl. Bu   tl
would uol   ���,  alii ".    I to pli til. ins.-. >   .
��� ti an nma ��� . excepi und.
i pe. la]  cii cum tai nd b)
We  trust that th. li   qoi   far
riistanI ��hi n there wil ... formed e
National amateui lai ro . association,
under w hose ae jl I be game may be
preserved us a pure Bport, in BUch a
character it wlll certainly enjoy mon
real public Interest than 1' ''an ever
hope to secure us a professional Institution.
.
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I AM THE EXCLUSIVE AGENT IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND DIS
TRICT FOR
Edison and Victor
lalkin^'  Machines
and .tVccord.
Dinger unci
Wheeler & Wilson
Sewmr. T^ucl-iines
.A    SNAP    IN    RANGES.
WE     HAVE     PURCHASED      PART     fF      A      CAP
SLIGHTLY     DAMAGED     RANGES      WHICH
SELLING  AT   A   SNAP.     COME     EARLY
THE  RUSH.
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN
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minster
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Man
LULU   ISLAND  BRIDGE.
Looking im comforl      ,    man looking   to -     style-   ih,.   man     looking   tor
durability ���and tbe man looking for
all tin--,- points combined, each m.'i
all oi them can Und thi lr "i -al sho,.
Every
The action ol the British Oolumbla '
Electric Railway company In i'*>?ard to :
lie Lulu Island bridge and car Hoe,
as laid in-fore 'in   c cl] on Monday
eventng, makes It clear thai this con- 1
ci ni. to which  New   Westminster al-
nad', owes a itooii deal, is always pre
, ed   to  ,..1   in  a   inlr  and  l.usln.-s
way towards our city    The com-
w ir.'i.   recognises  thai   Its own
1, . .  nr.   closely  bound  up  with
of the city, and thai il I    to Us
ad van 1 ige a   a comm< rel il   -    '  v.i
lng i" bbsIbi in iis dsvelopment,    The
..rf. 1 <if the ll ('   E  R-. "' defraj the
exl      , obi  of Lhe  uew   . ridge  to a.
conunod ite their car line and to sui
1 hoi.
Appri'i I.V.
we're  therefore
BVi-rj  woman will I
in   iln
oman
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in    a ing that
greai       1,
hand-..in,, Spring Bhoes that
*.��� ai ��� now 1 Iioatni- u , ,, expert
Utters aad Bl verj .1" mil.
11 slio,.
Light Colored Blouses, 50c each.
Black Sateen I'louses, 50c each.
Boys' Waists(s >ft collar), 60c each.
Boys' Waists (separable collars,
medium dark and light colors, all
sizes), 75c each.
Boys' Shirts. Boys' Underwear.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster,
IN  B. C.
B. C.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier.
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ESDAY   MAY  19,   1909
THK  DAILY  NEW��.
page rivta.
I. H. Smith
Cash Store
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THE
Cash Store
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ARRIVAI. OF THE
Tb     \g looked-for Wa ; Suits have just been re-
and finer st, les are not to be had.   These
���me from a maker who produces the best
tl ni^de and are disting lished by their rnagif-
it and splendid finish.   They come in Mercer-
���n and Percales, in plain and striped effects,
trimmed in various styles, and really are models of
tion.   From
$8 to $ 14.50
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54-Inch All-Wool
Dress Goods
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FIVE   PIECES
58-Inch Table
Linen 35c Yd.
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offering  fo    I
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Bags and
Shopping Purses
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New Suits
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Japanese Kimonas
Verj
Covert Cloth Coats
at Bargain Prices
V.
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rainproof,  and   tot   ���-'    '
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a- fo, .       Sb.00
New Prints at
10c Yd.
bt and ds
:   or   small   d.-sli ���
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Ladies' and Children's Sunshades
, ilora   d '   ��� -   and
tiered
      65c
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31-Inch Victoria
Lawn 9c Yd.
w ,. bave still '""lt ''""' >'������*'''*<>f ''���"���*
Id .lock, an I ��� mnei go soon, us our
���toch in ti"*- section Is too heavy, yc
per yard, II yards tor I1J00
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T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
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Office   Furniture.   Roll-Top   and    Flat-
Top  Desks,  TaWes.   Etc.
Dining-room  lu '���      it all price* '   *
Parlor  suites y ��� /edi  sp|end,d va|ue
LnT; S'OCKk  '' 'tS'  linole^s and oil cloths.' ' '   _____*	
Matting  m  beau* ful  designs  and colors
Rugs in  endless  variety.
Lawn and carrp furniture, bamboo shades, etc
Awning, made at shortest nc- se, by practical  workmen.
W.   E.  FALES
The Leading Furniture House
612-61S Agnes Street, opposite Library.
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Flour.
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Full ., v : ��� z -
Male Attire Clothing,
Gents' Furnishing Goods
and Hats.
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Maj    _t    Down riv'-
tal ��� age ol tins and see
the .,   games, ������
A- it tine ��� ; '     ' ��� ��� council on
Mo- a,,; lu ation  for  water was
i ���       M       Cots    a rttten m
1.mean ntne not
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tddrei v.    Fori
Hammond Improvement
thi  rn. *��� tary <���: thi I
H   Stn       .... li    ���������. ��� ���    i  \ lea  to
tab;;-   I ��� ..;   trade  to
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dl srish Indi     aally
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I on M     ' ������ tiliary to C ���-
ian college,      The- follow nc w- r>
elect Pn iMenl   |fi -
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F    \d.llll~   (Victi>ri.ii ;   second   -iv-ir  s
M        i Rei   ,   1!  tte  . Yu:-.,o'.iv,-t-i .
ponding Mrs.  T   K
!       . ���-   M:-  Meredith.
Thp      Vanc.uv, r     Roj .'I       I'- '
entertaini   ���
lo -lllli     .-    ���'.���������
��hlch �� lend many members
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\...id the juli-tn ition
��� ���  ���
,. cai     riiis evening Q< oi      m
pa      i..minion  chancellor
H    vi���;;, ��i ; riaii the local count I
\ largi   attendance is dasired.
��� moon,    altboaj
, nd I ���      .> 1 1   111''
lli'ols     V. | ���
Irea will    ��� ed to be 1
nc..    For tbe bene&i of tl
and -      atl-1   gi
dge i; m-i.
tenttoned   ihai   written   request
,r liani will i e eon-
: ���   i  .- ittici.-u!    i...   i- iagogu
li the youngstei. to ->t>s. nt cnem-
trom th, lr di
,  .   \\   ������;; it re entaUrei oi
Knights ol Pj i 'as ordei who at
d   the   grand   lodes   session   tn
ind  'a -1    '   ui oed.    Tho social
teat urea ol thi* session were arranged
,,-1 cordis] lines, among the excursions
. lng on.' IO Trail      \t Revoistoke tha
local lodge en:, rtalned the delegates
on the way throuph from the gathering Th,. Westminster ktilRhts attend-
in i; were A II Ferguson, M. \V. Mm-
orn�� and .1 W. Mahoney. Tho Pyth-
lan Bisters In this district were also
represented.
Special Sale of Clothing for Two Weeks,
$10, $12, $15
Worth $16 to 322.
SEE   OUR   WINDOWS.
ACME CLOTHING CO.
A. CHAPPELL. Manager.
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ASK  YOUR GROCER   FOR
i ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And tee that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED.
J For  Wr-eJt.   Barley.  Oats,   Chops.   Chicken   Feed,   Bran.   Shorts,   Hay.     ���
O etc., as-  us.      We wlll see that   you   get   it   promptly.
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Phone  335.
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1S6 COLUMBIA  STREET. P.  O.  Drawer 100.
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Ii has at lust been arranged 'or tne
ep\ ranse   her,,  ot  l.ena   DuthW,   the
worlds greateal exponent ol Boottiad
an,)   Irlsli     sonp        UWa   I .lillie,   has
presented her famous performance en-
titled "An F'cnnm in Scotland ani
Ireland," in almost every civilized
: vl. and for those who appreciate the
very best In the ent. rtalnmenl lme, a
rare Real  Is In  Blon        The Sons ot
Scotland hnve a r< ' '���''' tor band-
ling unlySBh. wry b- ��l attraction! and
their venture this tlmi Is oartaln ��t
earty support. The date has been
u for Friday, May 21, at th,- Opera
House,
!���
lover Brothers, Toronto, win send you
M   a  cuke   of   then   I imoul   l'lantol
. let    o.,|., ii   you mention this paper,
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a nsk when
you eould have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
ALPRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 62
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For  Time   Tables,   F>..Mer=,  or   any
further information call on tr write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
Junior Baseball
Fo-owing ls the schedule of games
in the Junior Baseball 1,-gue this
season, the first-named being the bOffle
team in each case:
May   HO���Beavers     vs.     Tigers     at
Qu.-en's park. Lions vs. Y.  M.  P   A
at  Sapperton.
May 27���Lions vs. Reavers at
Queen's park; Y. M. P. A. vs. Tigers
at Quivn's park.
June .���Tigers vs.
ton ; Bearers vs. Y
Queen's park.
June    10���Tigers
Queen's park;  Y.  M
at  Sapperton.
June 17���Beaverg vs. IJons at Sapperton; Tigers vs. Y. M. P. A. at
Sapperton.
June 24���Lions vs. Tigers at Sapperton; Y. M. P. A. vs. Beavers, at
Sapperton.
June 2S���Beavers vs Tigers at
Queen's park: Lions tn, Y M. P. A.
at  Sapperton.
Lions
at Sapper
M
P.    A.   at
vs.    B
savers   at
P.  A
TS   Lions
ja)      I-<      i i,,.     lion ,    ��� :
��� '���""    was in in,- ii.ii, I    ol vn   li.
;���">',..    bill    yesterday,     tbe  built}
"'��� aKin.   pas  ng aii. f some ciIU< i
���it the > ������' -     a bleb Impo i ��� a   ... ol
IS  per  i onl   on  pollclei   w rim q
i. .-ns. .1 foreign tii a Insurant, com
, anli -      Mi.  Fielding  i i ,    | io ac
...i in.  amendmenl proposed    ���  bla
jor di. 11,.  oi    sinico...   thai   th      ���.*���
should be reduced    i > ."' p.-i c< m   io
tari with.
The bill  g'X's to tb.- b.-n.ii,   in
i.-iiiiit,  understanding thai n will noi
��� �����. lv��  ibe  sanction    ol    ibe   i
turns,, tbia season     Blr Rich wd I
wrlglM announosd iu tbe ��� ��� ,i cbi
thai ii..- measure would not be pr
Tbe arrangement i., to Introduce ""'
bill nexl Novembei and .>-t n,.  nana-
Ini   nni < oiiviii v.  comml) ������.  ol mai
t.dy ��r...-ii,. with It befori  ii n... bi
the oommona thus giriS| u��� banking
oommlttee of tbe popular i baml
opportunity o( dlscvaslng ths amend
menu to the Bank act.
Tiiv last lap y. tin. , . ,. foi prorogation   Wft(<    tn'.**;.'-,]      UjAllI
und thi* banner in whii h tb��
grappled "*"|i lbs buaineas whlcb
loads  tha ordei   pepei     l *��� l  ibei
th,-  death   knell  of    the   *���-   uon   was
.i.iid.iii. Ma,  18     .ugeatine Blrreii,   rillf.,u.      The Cl til Berrta,   bill   r."
.'.i,.- secretar) foi  Ireland, at a ilitm.-r   lng an  Increase    of    .i;,.>    p..;
of th.- Bristol chambei  ol oommeroe. IPMsed, deeplt*   Mr   Borden,  proti
Oolonie*   ���u-'lln"'  cinne  legialatton,    bi   opposi
COLONIES PREP-KINO
TO DISCUSS NIVAL AID
Chief   Secretary   for   Ireland   Welcomes '
Suggested Defence Conference���       i
Free Will Offering Wanted.
.ill, d        I li,       l.ilila   fOI :,.     ���
I ..!,., i.   ibe  ���"     ������ QUI
. lng  iii    to daatro
. ; in land < le iring ,, ���
...  in,.nlli- of  M ...   an i Octi
���  .    mr   , . i     tbe a   ���    I men i
, nu ii Fi.   \. >  passed
.    ,i ,i i :. a ii.oi, ���   -.,    .   worn
i,.  - iin n
.    ...  i  immlsi i.m. i    ha     ai
,; lour wardens (or *l|n reni  i
.lane-    ii   Wo   i   ���
.     nn Barbie) dli
i    P. Wlgi    .   appoint! .1 lm  'i     lt>n
.... .I  ii  it. adnel] toi Conn
.   II   1     .1       W        til 1 -   \ I'
ll,  t
I he oth.    wardens appoint) _
.    w    Qtimors   foi   wm
u   ii   leanings tor Htaooa
i   >��� i a. b an i J   r    Brad)
.     |boo dIstii> ���    i   i. ���    no ivuie
���i   i    u el    (oi Kamloops distrii i
i   K   Mi Loan foi  Revelstoke dl rtrti ���
j    ii    ia..   mi  toi   north < as      Koo
w    It   Btratbearn lor (Casio All
!'���   i  Mummeri  for Tro il  taki
���    h  .i   Long and Hart-)   \mi--i
���   Vinii  district;  Jamas M   y.i-
I, ii (or BWJCan > "���   Hli
���    Qrand Foi     i   irlcl    tt    I   Alhei
��� :  Blmilkami ���_, district, an l tlu
Ing f.i lh  coasl ditfrfc I   whii h
V.     Till-     U.ii'-'.I.        f.'!Il        >'"m!
��� Bl   lb<     Boundary   lin,.     I"
Bi i i . ..i.i     vili n    McLean,    j   s
McKlnne)   P. D  Marki ind  J   limine..,
it m Pallet! W   ii siu.ti, ao | \. | ,
T   Kenned)   v.   C   Gladwin I    ��� I    l
warden (Or tbi  eoea' distrii ���
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
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H.   C    MAP,    .    .
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P    "     llm   l.t
Gasoline Engine-
We   Sell   thi   ' -  .-..
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WEST), i
Iron  Work.
JOHN  REID   l
Tenth Street,   ���   Nei Vesta
Bank of Montre<
"The Milwaukee"
"The P.cneer Um'W St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains  in   the  service   on    any
Tellrnkd .h the *orld thai equal la^
rriulpment that of the Chicago, Mil-;
waukee &. St. Paul Railway. They j
own and operate their own sleeping;
and dining oars on all their trains and ,
give their patrons an excellence of,
(service  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
104 Third St., cor. Alder Poland. Or.
SPRING     LAMB.     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
MEATS
Central Meat Market
in proponing a toasi to Ships
land Commerce; s.u(| b,. rejoiced t'1
feel that represents!Ives of the lolo
ni>. were coming to England to consider the whole question ol aara] de
(em ���      iu pan be said:
"tt'e ar,- proud ol  ih'-ir assistance
Tbey   lta\v  coiuliiiu-d   with   Us   In   '.:.���
hojie  that  th.-y   may  bo able  to U��vi-
a  sch .mi., of    ampin     defence  whi. h
will enoonrage ertry ��.n ��� and Buengtb-
>n every one. gi\'t confidence to all
and make all our colonial subj*---, Ol
the crown toe! that trvy are contributing some part, not a cloiK-ly calc l
lated pun, ;.ut anything ih.-y chuo���������
io offer  of   their  free   Wlll. '
Tb.- colonies knit together, he Ras.
woilld plaj a great part In na.luii.i
life,   and   It   would   'u   tile   course  Of   a
few years become a scandal for mm
die aged men iik,. iiimsa-it to get up
and si^ ihey bad u- . c-r vlaittnl an)
of :h>--... onlrrnlsa
BritlVh Columbi-i  Coat  L.ne
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEA I I LE
ROUTE
B B     PrlD- ���        Vh '.- ...   lea
i    .,< KoltlK  dir M t
-. ���   dall)   ��� .  ��� , ���   Monday
iJB    Cba rvavti,   \ ui.i-ajuirer
\ au
.Slat-
1
Corner Klghtn SL sua    Plfth AvonaC
PHONB 17a
���OWELL 4 ODD ., Propristere.
Lacrosse Officiate
Appointed at Last
(Continued from Page l i
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon finite
��� ynopsis    of    Canada.-     North-Wes'
Homestead   Regulations.
A_.y even numbered sectiou   'f Do
miuion  lands  in  Manitoba, Saskatch- j keepers,    .1    l     Johnston  nnd        W.
iewan and Alberta, exc-ptlag 8 and 86,  Laird, penalty timekeepers, n   J   Mu
Uot rgwrwd, may do bomesteaded by J'"' and Weldi Clarke; empires K  ii
,    _    _    �� -  i.'he-.ne ,uid Mr   McLaiiK-)l_
-any perton who is the sole head of a - Preparing t0 PrJ^,ce.
jfannly, or any male over IS year. 0. |    Th    Westminster    oOciali  assured
| age, to the extent ot one-quarter sec kha Regina   maaagemeai    tbat  ihart
tlon of 160 acrei, more or less. would be efficient poiioe pi.>" tli D to
.  ,.,.   ,.      .  ,������     _,,.,     __ Kuaid the grounds, und none bui <>tii-
Ap..licatlon   for   entry     ami     OgJJ^ .inJ   ���g_e_| ^,���lM  ,���. ,���������.���.���
to go within  ihe fence, any  on.   slM
climbing over will rendei blmsell na-
willing  to meet the  wi-n- -  ol   u--t-
minster with referenci to ottctala s __|
jtlie   local   men   Bri    .-uipiiised   at   tti<- .
difficult) arising fi ��m what U usually an>' ('-llv"      ' ''  ! ' !'*  '���'"    '':'" *:;
;a simple arrangemeni before a match,  i"""1'*'
the minor official    being  appointed on
the ground      However, the following
officials   haw   been   agri -d   upon    tie-
last named being Regina men;    Time-
ti<.u i.-ader claiming thai 11 '���<���- Inaide
aarrios al Ottawa wa ��� rtng of m-
or ease i, the out��id<- -��� r.i. ��� *.i ���
Iequal!). If not more i, ,
Mr    Hrod-'Ur  was on  tb
night with his marln.  estimates     I'hs
j St. Lawrence st.ip canal dredging ���
for   )g0    . allied      much   etli.lsin   I
Mr.   BrOdeur   linall\   announviii;   tl
when th,- channel h.��.|  been dn iged
to SO tost  Entirely from  Mootrea!  to j
:hv> sea the work  would  go On until   a   p in    dall)   for  \'l, iurU
deptb of 36 f>-������ was attained B8   Prtncesi I'harlotte iwki.-.  \��n
    10 .im  i. aj i >. eenepi VTetess
d., ���    lor  Victoria
WESTMINSTER VICTORIA      ROUTE
SS      ['.ll. :     *i,.    .e.l-e    S,,'.4.ri*    :_r
Saw \v��-. mini;< ��� ��-r-r, Tjr��d.i>
LsaTes   Sew   vv,�����-.n.m-- - i,u   ��>��i>
Msdaj
WEST COAST ROUTE
S 8   Te*��
|jji.     > ��� toi ������  u  i ii.   ti ma of
-, ti   i.ii,',   :.      ^na'-��al"'j sod     w��)
portai   twentieth of <~mi, u,o_,tii  i��^t
Abcuw',   i^.., -n.i    Caps Bootl   ar,��i
'uv ports
VANCOUVERNANAIMO   ROUTt
89   Joan.
i/,-.iv.   Van ..  , a    tall]   ��� ���.
B .Udil
till.
I BTABU8H1
CAPITAL                 I
-C. iw.
RESERVE              .   .
���-.
SNOWSTORM SERIOUS
FOR ALBERT- SHEEPMEN
(.arge  Proportion of C-Ues anj  Shetp
Born   During  Raging   gnorrr.  Will
Probably  Die.
li. ai. bi I   throughout
.Newfoundland,  aud  u.    .-    , .   ,.
i.'iiil, NeW York, i .Mc. i  ..        ,  i.
r s   \   .nd hteiii... ,
l uuiklnK    buaim  ���
ten of t'-r,.nt iaaei J ��-
, ooi reapoedsots in   ail
: world
���airings Bank pe_ srtmei
ri-K-iied   In   sutl.1   Of   I ,��
and lDl-rcnt alio*, d �� ��� I
snr.um   (pleaseI  ta-i
Total   As��et��  ovvr  JV
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCl
U   1)   BRTMNI i:   Ma kgi
I/..[hbrldg��-   May    1 ���     Thi     -,������<���   ���
siiowstoTiii  prem sea a the
BSsioua >*������ t la rss i ��� toeh ��iii
-ufTcr  ��ev-  ��� . ii.n   Blld   bUBb
ing leaso uj    mis ����� athi i
men m erc-n-ag
ot its.. .    n and lambs I    -*'l, .,   ���' ���
������".ik-- ittle and
sheep      i' ������  .
������
i-.iie \'i.,iit   one-
-third of tbi i ���      .   11    born
and    ".��� .        ��� l|     -   , ���
dally   .:                ithe.   turn-  fold   '"
for CONRAD, CARCR088, ATUN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and PAIR-
BANKS. Daily trains (except Banday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and  made  in person  by  tbe applicant st
freight  connect   with   stages   at   Car-j��  Dominion Lands Agency    or    sub
cross  and   White   Home,  maintaining
a thorough winter service.
For information  apply  to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
:ii_!W}ffi__r_-l
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Vou v.i l lind it to your ad'-a tit age
to arrange your booking at this office,
v. i ��� v . Intend to trav.-l or send-
ag '��� .  j oui friend -
Sailing From Quebec.
Errpress   of   Britain May   21
Empress  of  Ireland    June 4
For other dates and particular, apply to
E. OOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
agency  for the district ln which the  ble to
land is situate.    Entry by proay may,
oowever,   be  made   at  an  agency  on
certain conditions by the father, moth- tii.. city    after 'heir    interview  with
er, eon, daughter, brother or sister .f  Messrs   Lynch and Welsh, bul
in  intending  homesteader.
_rre-t
None  Tee Confident.
Manager Orey a_d   tbi   (flab president.  Mi    Wells   did not  stay  ron*  in
' night ".   ���        ��� a  SI   tin*   ���- ..-on     I
Ithe v ilways -������' lom with i atl ������
W   A Hamilton,    Ot    ��h�� Ar
rib,-. ,  -   ��� ��� ���    'h    storm
will   in    :���    .,   -aerloil-   loni-   to   the  BbeO
men      Bl ��� > poen  with    stabk
i     ,.,4>i\t   oee-xhii | ol
lain Am    lambs      COIBlllg   duilng
n   ' ,ii In .��H  probebilltj  dl
It u   ea Imated thai   aheej n wn i
hai.   no   got stir/I--- and co
ih,ir   ibeep   win   probabl)   not
mor,. than -'��� per cent  <-f thei* Ismw
*a..:...iuKi
Princeea    M.
M        IT.   .in.!   .
ALASKA   ROUTE
leave*     \ am one r
NORTHERN  B
. c
ROUTE
Piinc**s  Heatric.-
leaves "> am ���
M. ��� IS aad 1 >ti- .
Prino Bi    m.i^
���iH"
.     \ .i, ..... .
lit)  i; ud ���'���
BC.    COAST   MAIL
SEHVICt
I S Ull.-. n    .   IV.    ������;
S 1
���nu i     .'iiie
Vanooavei  Maj ~".
and
.tunc  C
Westminster
Transfer Col
*
lyfflPa 'Phon*   lis.      iv      it
Columbia  rt-��ri
l'����|C��lt'-    dillvere_     ,-���!:..    I
��ny   part ol ta�� ,'t-
Light and Heavy Haul
OPPICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
INDIAN   GETS  FIVE   YEAHS
FOR    HORSt    STEALING
course of a (ew minutes' talk with a
News man, tbe ropreaents In    of the
The homesteader is rejulred to per; rl|,1|1(,,1^.,,rh   ,,,���,,,     ���,,.     ,M,,,.      un.
?orm the homestead duties under one
if tSe following plan. ���
Traoc Marki
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
At., nnr ��r>ri.Inf t.kelth *n_| dr-scrlplinn m*y
llil'lll? u. ir-nlll our nplllliiil fr���� "lirl lii>r vi
lii��emi(io l�� pc��jb��(,;y |i/.ieii'iii.liv_'.''-riM:iiir,lrn.
iiniiiHrici.f ..,nd,ii 1.1,.a. HANDItOOK un i'��i,.,i,-,i
f,*,,l Irea. Ol'l'mt ��tr,��ii,-" forpnetirlriff pal��iHR.
r-a,��� i.ts taken u,r,,u_h Wui.n _ C'J. r.u_lT��
Ijirou. MHM, v"..lulciiurvn, in tbe
Scknfi! ic Hmcricam
A h��nrlh<iii,Bly illus'imieil w��,:..iir.   T_viir-.nl clr-
Sl-iiiiu -if __ir hi, nun,; ji.n, i,i, i    Tortus l���r
nfcU. ��Ltt _ y_��j,[K,stii_re prormlrt.    8n|_ tj
all iii:n:.ii��,iiT.
MUNN��Co.����'���t New York
Brmuch Offlcu. fa, V UL. \v__la _iun. __,C.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
rHE       DAILY NEWS
We_tmin��ter'a Home Paper.
(1) At least six months' residence
jpoti aud cultivation of the land In
each year for three years.
(_l a homesteader may, if h�� so
aiesins, jierform the required re_l-
lence duties by living on farming
and owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (*>0) acres in extent, ln
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
jwnershlp In land will not meet this
���eriulrcment.
13) if the father (or motner, if the
faiher Is deceased) of a homesteader
tias permanent residence on farming
and owned solely by him, not less
I. an eighty (80) acres lu extent, In
Lie -duity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by bim
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties In
llTlag with the father (or mother).
(4) Tne term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs ls defined Bl
meaning not more than nine miles Is
a direct line, exclusive r>�� the width
of road allowances crossed In the
measurement
(Vi A hiimesli-Hilei Intend.m- n
perform his residence duties in ac
eordance with the nbove while living
with parents or on farming land own i
ed by himself must notify th- agenl
for the district of such Intention.
Six mouths' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the interior
111 the COUntj  com ���     .     v ,|I .    ,. lore
His      Honor     .III Ig        II iWaj       Dnii' I
Dick   a Cultus Indian, was sent i   ���
bounded    confidence    In    the all-star w ���v,, v,;,rs f(1. ,���,, , teallni       ll
twelve  owing bo tbi   lac)   ol practice L   Mmond   appean | foi   ihi   crown
before  the trip  te  the coasl     How ,,,1,,,,,,,, pleading i i Two pretl
ever, Mr  Wells -aid the) Intended t'�� ,,UK   convict loni   foi slabbing wen
put up .. good game and would mane ttrovwj  Bjralnst   him' Pri om
��� he  loti nders go ��otne      I'i,      .1 i
QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SERVICE.
Prinoeaa Beetrlos leaves Vancouvei
Ua]   .'-'. and   I une I
FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver,
i'roin    N.��     \\ < ��� tmin, ���>���;
Wednesday an i Prtda) at s
Prom Chilllwai i Tni da ���
and Sat urday at 7 u tn
Monda]
it in
rhursd-v
the  final   lineup,    di Ithei   er ul I    I
an> thing definite   bu<  admit u i thri i
of the aggregation  s       ox ri   oi lesa
Hani
shil|
indhi'i.iaii, ihey ha i b i.m-
twelve, im- bow they would
i   waa impo sible to   i)
prove
i  bo
ivV, Indian,
own Thi deal
llwai k
Baseball
to    I     HU. T""It    ll'-liinKllIK    '"
' iting    it
plat e
wa��  Wk
ai  Cbil
Poi    ��� ��� ��� ���: ration ���   an I   Infoi m ition
call   Or   addreSH
i i.   QOUU-T,
Are ut   N>w  \\e 'rnlti-U r
C   ii  ros.i.K.
\s t   i;. ���    iv      Agent   \'an. ouvi i
,1    W     I IMI  I'.
Oem ;..i Sap. iIntend ol   Victoria
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
P.WS.I..J.MUIII1H1 (IK!
M... J.MHKJKI1I (OM
JOSEPH   MAYERS
8urr��-*"i r   It
Mayer* 4 Preiten
Office, From  St., Fool c�� I >l��
P. O. Box 345. Phem MX-
New Wettmin.ter Baseball Aisociatlon
CITY LEA .1 'E SCHEDULE. 11)09.
Ma.i .-   Balmorals vs. Young Lib'is
May  25    i!a inoialK.   \8.   Russells,
.Mh.I    _:i       I   lltlK   VS.   RllKSel.K.
Jim ���  I Jfoung Lii is vis. Cubs.    '
June    E llulmoruls vs. Cubs.
Jun.    8 _ouhg l.iii'i.   v    uu _i-iis.
June 12 Young lv, Is vh. Balmoral!
June  IS IIiishcII-  vs.  Hiiliiiota.B.
Jun.,   19 KiimhcIIs   vs.  Cm b
June __ f'ubs   v .    YontiK   Liberals.
4<*u+ 86- Rnssells va, Young Lib ik.
.Iiinf 28     Cubs   VS     Hlllliioriils.
July   I-1���Balmora b vs. Young Llb'i .
July   ii  -Balmorala vs. Hus ella,
July    11���Cuba  vs.   Rusaeili
July   111-Young   Liberals   \*   iinis.
July   17    Young  Lib'is  vs.   Itiisn. II.-.
July lin    llalmorals  vs.  Cubs.
July 84��� Young LIIi'Ih vs   llalmorals
July _7 -Russell-   vs.   Halmorals.
July .'10���Russells  vs.  Cttl s
Aug.   n���cuh�� vs. Young Liberal*
Aug,   7��� -Cjjbs vb. Balmorals,
Ant-. 10���Russells vs   Young Llbls.
Aug. 13   Balmorals vs Young Ltb'lg
Aug.  17 - Cubs  vh.   Russi II
Haiurday games commence at 1! p.m.
Week day games start at 6:30 p.m.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manaractarere and Dnntnre ut AB Kinm   mt
Lumber,   Lath/ Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fith and Fruit Boxen.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster |.
Crystal Theatre
AN
ENTI-.L
CHANGE
OF
PROGRAM
TODAY
SPECIAL   FEATURE*
Matintei 2 to
5   Even.ng  i  I'-1
Admission   10c.      Children   ,
MANAtlKK    I     M    >"^|U''N
Edison Theatre
Animated   p.cu-   t��   ���*""1
Sonj|�� ���
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON. ^
Program <���,'���'���,"t,''l Bp"al a��t*Bf
noHilny Md rrWiW- ' s,���,mi���)s 4
for imii"" and cniiww i
30 p. m.
P A P E
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MAV 19. 1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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PURE GOODS ASUS
CoWan's Perfection
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Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette., Wafers,  Medallion*, tte.
Cowan's Cafee Icings
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K    riKluuer.     Halifax     K    I.
Vancouver; c. A. Dunham, j
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g&oizi 1   ; ol al nk '''_"-
ment in tbe Interest i : Indu I   .i ��''���'
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like    'I      tittg    Vie    i_!Il!)   in    tv     ,.i    -of
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ot tt. ... ....  th- ��� (torts '���!
Mr.   . -   a:.      bil Vs   -O
Hon   u eongress,    -.heir
attack     _  tbe  posse,  of tbe courts
to   Ur .'    Injunctions   and   their      pro-
,.,-< lm, iiV-   to   Uie    anV-tru-t
CHINA
Bric-a-brac  of all   kinds���Piskard's  Painted China,
So-rie you ��ee costs more, but none is any finer;
There is no finer n-.de to pleas*   my china trade;
Dts:gns are very fine and the  goods are  all  high-grade.
i . , . ��� - ���:.. W    K    brad win.   V
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S-nday Schedule. yM( ,.       ,     ������   Balrd,   .otvnio;   W
Car, >._-.<��� Vnaammm ������-��� Nee \v<_t u Toronto;  J   il   iv-*
... ,���, ,n! | ���.   , ..     n;     ��� I   B  Beard, Toronto; it  tt
, i.  Is Ladner;   .1   Tun:,    KI arm      I
':����'   t��erearter   until ,, , . Towmto,  T. _. Uftdntosfa,
ll N i m game.
Car. leave N��-w   Westmlmter for Van Windsor   Hotel.
.   ,, I"   I-,'-bam   Beetle     K   B   \ in. tone
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ear 11:00 p.m ���  ���>      I   Johns, Loraaa; Thomas Bd
Nrv, Hat/ie,    Umi��   Mitvlik.   Mll-
K   B   Fraz' r   Vancou. ���      K
WaalmlMHr LuddocM     Sumas;    John  U   ���
ii _;    \   Q    Fi>her   Kv, r. tl     '.
.in   _>emberton iir
the pr,-si'1��-T of th ��� American K-'-.-ion ,,f Lmbor mttj -.   I ���
blgbest       .-   in  th,-  hind,  and  that
���r- .   is under a {ail Beetenee
Who       there  among u*  wbo  woum
sasun ��� iak of ".aching Uompers
���he entn of his way?*
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS FOR  PlCKARD'S KAND-PAINTED CHINA.
Q   J.   McOuarr,*,   Local  Manager,
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Manitoba  Bond   Issue.
M.u    |_   -The     M.ili. .'    '
FRUIT   GROWING.
Engl.se     Newspaper     Predicts     Great
Future  for   B.   C.   Industry.
Th,-  North  Devon  tterald  t -  ������
.   ai b -. gard to fruit grosring
In U i
ytni:   growing  in   British  Colu:
Is de*t|n-,i ��� . tak-a high plans among I
tl. ��� i. us.-tries of that province On Uie j
Tii, !,-.     To   tho     -Ingilabman.     truit
[gio-lng  posse--.-,   great   attractions;!
th    il ; -_cter of the -ettlemeni -___cli !
th.-  Industrj   eoeores  and tbe soci-_ j
conditions   whlcb  accompany    It    are
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Electric Railway Service
Intertarban Une.
Cars for Vanoouver and way
,��tatlon�� will run every hal*
hour from ar50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Slap-
perton and city limits over tho
city  line.
City Lme: Cars leave tram
office on ibe hour, twenty minutes after, and lorty minute-
aft-, c,_.-7��nclng at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Unm Cars leave
at ten minutt. alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes alter
the hour, comtneuctag at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between .:30 a. m. and II. p. a.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Lid
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closed  th,-   *       ��� '       thi
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"i��� itiia which  had be*-n  larejU.
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LAND    Dl!>
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tln-lli ������
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lary of tbe
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lit    Willi,,    lhe   ,,-lltl'
or   ��   Bl
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. thi ui-,. north along
try of a.���],i iot :....''
������    aid cetitrv Iln,. of
t< r-e, tg high ��ut,*r
tl ily   inul   northerly
'therly    nnd    westerly
'Bl oi said lot r,o& to tho
containing by csti
mors or less.
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K W, LBD80N.
���"HRIW, Agent
G   N    H ���Port Gu'ciion.
���    ....  N.-w   V, ���   ***.'*. *->-    *   Tues-
'.���  at 10 am., returt���� v 6 pm. to
city      baava- Itmraday, �� PJi    :ir-
.  ,..,  lr. , |tj   Kudu   |  |{  %-,   !���-    ������ I
.���rl.a.    Bl 0   P.-      '-      ���'      ���   C,,-T
Batnrday st 9am
LsarM Port Qelchce at i P-M  on
���..   |;t0 an   on    FMu   i��nd
, ������   Biterday     arrives .-
Qalcboa i". n in . Tknreday ��nti T
bonds ui the la
rm   ii ill     Companj  al   ������ de\-.<,..  ty  British    settlement  and
l:Sft j thl ��� ,���'..-��� reeeleed ' ��� u    British capital is a proof of this (act
tenrn peat; t'-'"  Thi  greater proportion ot the land In
��� lepbone conatru ,  Columbia suitable   for    trwi
lion, J iddidoo to tho Win-|growtng  i> covertsi  with  forests and
vl the bnlanc,. for  tb    proci >-> of clearing is tedinis and
���a ,.-i . and- visive.    it  Involves  t_e  mea   ol
.  much vaiuabU- tini- before the settler
jean create > property returning the in-
Great Less In Fr-ie. [eome t _ iealrea.   The Canadian Pad-
tkron, Ohio   Maj  18 -K.ro in Uielj^ Railway, srtUi characteriatie tare-
Howet   Posrei            todaj   practicaii.. j,li;.     U1,^ enterprise, haa anticipaw-
destro)iM  thi   :;.: -     md   its  ivn-',,,,.   difflcultlaa .mi In Vaaconver la-
enta. cansti     i          which l<    ���>*���. i,.,.  (elected and  sei -ud_  loo.-
I  a'    J'        Several    girts ... frvmi its  land  grant  sped
employ,.!  m th< had a �����'���"���.(���,..:,  for fruit growing settlements.
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BY  AUCTION.
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ARBITRATION   BOARD
OFFICIALS NAMED
FOR SALE.
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
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l*ND  ACT.
Co,,
"net
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or
L.tnd District.
01 Qussn Charlotte Sound.
''"' thai o. H. Jaoobstm, of
" ni'ttion Hheep rancher,
P'y    tor    pernil-nlon 10
'wing   .ii'sctiiii'd lands
ai n post planted   at
' ' "f law Is island, them.
'       oulit'ilv und wes
'"���'lierly,    following    the
"���ui tho Island to tin
;���,,   '; "lencemeni
a,
oon tai ning
or Isaa
r|l 8th, nmii
"ll'l B. JACODSON,
Sent On Approval
To 1 * i..-.-. i.        ,  ,.,;
Laughlin ir"
FOUNTAIN PEN   _-.
RED  GEM
Vho Ir>H Pencil
$
Thsi*
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Popular
Articles
lor on!,
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HU land sale In Clti       S< ��  w ���-���
ter, on    PrMta.     \
Iting  Ol  upward  of  116   I
... -   situated on 'he tv a    L C- E. R
Oo   ontofl    ���     "*���. ������  ������
dtj  Iln twei
avenu    Westmlnsti     ���.   : 9
and avenae, Burnhby.     K*nii! ��� irtlcu
lars and plans will ap]>,>..r Ig
so
Ottawa, Mi-. 18    i'i." board <*f con-
Ion and Investigation established
Into tii,. ilitVu-ulty betwi en
he  weal   a  coal  operators aad <*��al
miners In Southern Alberta .md b_at-
ern Hritisii Columbia and to end...v.*
'.inst the trouble conaiats ol Re\
H   N. Gnuit. Fernie;  Oolln HacL
[MacLeod, and 9  H. Bbenaan, Taber
Cook & Ross
EIGHTY  UNIONS JOIN
PARIS  STRIKERS
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PHONE
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I  your Classified Want Ads to Tih. Daily News, the
X  most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone
THE  AUCTIONEERS
123   Front   St..   Opposite   Market
W-��t'-'.nster.     Phono  489.
ind   1T60   Gr.nvlll.   St.,   Vancouver.
Paris,  May    18.���Eighty    union- W
today roted to Join the tirikinn
Ne>s   o       n    and     telegraphers.       The
.i��� ���   lershlp ol   tbi ss    organisations
[number thouaanda ol wotkmen     M��j
,.,,-     watting . i.i. is to walk onl
A-22
ll:utlrlua it nt tiicl Illl
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,ni ti_iu liaiul ni��i be asu
in    eilliej   oui    ^UlliUo!
|.:��ik ��e_a|��e p��uera, ei
Nun lumk-lile 1 mii��!'i>'
eni. ����� drulrril. e.ilier In
I<l��in or insTtted imuli
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m mjstin uoi-
Ottrolt.
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VIA THK
B. C. Coast $S.
Victoria Day
Excursions
Rail Lines.
One Fare and One-Quarter
for the Round Trip.
Between Vancouver - Victoria
nnd Victoria S.-attle, Van
OOttver - Naniiliiio. Nuii-iino
I'nion t'oniox, Upper Fraaer
River Uouto,
One Fare and One-Third
for the Round Trip,
INCLUDING
All Branch Line Point*.
From May 22 to 24 inclusive.
For information as to contracts, consult the advertising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your
place of business.
From May 22 to 24 Inclusive.
All ticket* good for return up to May 26th.
Tickets on sale at all Canadian  Pacific  Offices.
For further partwuiars call on Or write !i> -
J. MOK, City Ticket Attcnt,      tv MILLARD, DefeOt Tick t  _fent,
41!S Hastliins St. Vancouver. I'.  C
C. 11. FOSTER   A. Cl. P, A. Vancouver.   I'.   C
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Special Bargain
Klvcqulre box beautiful azure linen
finish paper ln either of two s zes, and
five packages envelopes to match, regular price $-.-!., this week only
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
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WEDNESDAY    MAv   .,
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Rubber, Cotton,
and Wire Wound
HOSE
PLAYERS WERE GOOD WHEN
MINISTER HELD INDICATOR
.
IN
SEVERAL    DIFFER
ENT   GRADES.
OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND
YOU MAY BE SURE TO GET
THE   RIGHT THING.
Cubs     C.nch     Cellar    Championship���
B.i " .*.als  Beat  Youngsters 9 to 3
But   Nobody   Swears.
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We handle the finest
Crockery, China
and Glassware and :
at prices that fairly *
astonish buyers by j
their littleness. Askj
our customers if!
this is not so. What
would you think of
purchasing Glassware and Crockery
at practically cost?
Well, that is our
price. Our wares
are dainty, up-to-
date and price-
pleasing. One purchase will be sufficient to prove the
truth of our words.
Another shipment
of New Glassware
just in. Come and
see.
WE CUT RUBBER HOSE IN
LENGTHS TO SUIT PUR
CHASERS.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Lacrosse Sticks
McBREARTY'S   1909.
LALLY'S 1909.
CROQUET   SETS, J2.00  UP.
BASEBALL   GOODS.   ETC.
ALL NEW GOODS.
AT
MOREY'S
66.  Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
,,. iv oil   -i n-iiiiv   o|   a    pi a...
lng , i, ..ul. i  last evi mn.:  i., iv
w   i v:,.     ,, ;1 ..I,.,,,    gami
,_ ,.u.- park, anJ nothing wora.  than
a   wa   beai ,i in i.v
. -   ,f ih.   declslom ��.i    the umpii
,;,\   ,i   it   m.ini>iv oi Summe-land
mini it i   prove I   hlmieli   a   tru ���
ami :���.:_ l-iiiiii,'- ei'..   Brm ho I
. i.tu. given,
best ball plaj l&g oi iiv beaao i
een In tins game, and som-
..:.   irett. catches ��,-u, made by th<
ti, i,i -v.     The Cuba    had  bar i luck
'l hi , looked like artnni rs ai ih.. start
but the Balmorals had a oerrj g   : >un
in   he null    inning,    when    I'uiiti'
laii... ke,l   a   hiini,.   run   and   liloauiii   In
.   runs      ��� vs'eiii.. ���  Kenny, short
..   for the Cube waa plante i a nice
on>   behind the ear when he slid toi
��� i in the thitd Inning      Bobtn
son finished bis be >��� running i<-r nun
Dg  a:   the home  plate.  K. tun   W+t
a ile    I owever,  to  plaj  oui   ie*  '���'��� ���'
oi 11 ������ game
i   ,   teams were
Balmorala���H     Munn,   < ;    c.   C
Sim"., p ;  \Y   ES, Sinclair, Ib.J   i'l'-rn.
8b     Briggs   si     C   S;ein, 8b.;   F   O
Canti'M. if;  H   Ryall, cl  ,  I)..*n-. ir
C ibs   Mi-Tavi-1). c : Howard, p . C
*u    Cunningham,  li. .   Bobtnaon,  lb
N   C   Kennj, aa;   I.  Adams, Sh .  P,
p ���   It s, if.; Wilklo. ef.; Bharpe, rf
Score bj  Innln-i- - I Otal
Balmorala 10 1 > 6 m
Cuhs I 0 t 0 0 0 0���i
The postponed game ol the Ru ell
and Liberals from Ida. 14. which was
put ofT becauee o( the rain, wUl
played tonight ai th.- park, if pennla
sion to use the oval can I.- secured
from the lacrosse team. S.im QUes
will   umpire
Saturday  the  Balmorals  and   Voung
Liberals  srtll  dash,  weather  penni
tin-:
I Holiday
Offerings
from the Ready-to-Wcar Department
j Many money-saving opportunities have been made
ready for this week's shoppers. Every department
is represented in the special list of bargain offerings,
New lines of Summer Goods have just been added to
our already large stock. This store can serve you
satisfactorily in every way.   Note this week's list.
Watch for further news.
BOWLING
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   .OB   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
EUard  Block, New Westminster
Tonight both the Salmon Bellies and
the   W.   J.   Ki-rr.   Ltd .   teams   WlU   tr
conclusions with two Vancouver teams
in Vancouver, and on Prtdaj evening
the Vancouver taenia win play return
games her..
Th<_  IkiwIIhk committee are making
efforts to send a n��-~! represented
to  S'iittl-       lloth   teams  ar,.  h.ir-l
work, and iheir effort, in BeatU* will
before many of thi
'tie    A    Y -!' ' eljxi-.
l.rlns Westminstei
risttori a'.endlnt;
tlon opening.
If   tho   -All-star   R<-ginas"   can   1>1> k
frrmi tinir players rivi�� bowlers, tn
Howling dub would he pleased to "**
a series nf three games piayr,i agalni
:ie tive Collowing members o( tne
Westminster eenlors some evening
durinK their sojourn here: Uraj
Wlntemute Bryaon, Keen,", end l^a-
tiiiiin.
WINNIPEG ASSESSMENT
AMOUNTS  TO  1120.000,000
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Houses Painted
In Artistic Color?
'WALL  PAPER,  PAINTS, OILS,
Doane, Bailey & McKay
Agenti Vancouver Vacuum Carpet
Cleaner.
i Front    St.,   Dominion   Trutt    Building.
Winnipeg, May l*-. ���The board oi
revision anil valuation will meet this
afternoon to conside. appeals an.uu-1
the 1909 asseeament There .f-- '-
tween 10 and n"> appeals ttgnlant tbe
. i ��� ��� .I aasessujon. and oo I two
ai;a.iii8t the businees nut- 'ihi-. id I
about the suin��. number ,.f Bppeaii a��
ln   former  years.     This   year   ther.-  l�� II
less a<  stake 'n dollars and cents in j|
the appeals than in an)  recent   fear.
ETC. -j-j,.   ,,.,,i assessment this ywaramouai
to  about   $180,000,000,   Including   tne
amount  secured   oy  capitalization  oi
ih,-   business   lax.     Liist   y��-,ir   in.-   i-
���ea-inenl ran about 1116,000,000.   Tha
revision   board  will   not check  up the
1909 roil in detail, but win be ai wort
on that of l!il" from now on
TO   INVEST   ENGLISH
FUNDS  IN  VANCOUVER
lu+tj+;+'j+o+o+oQ+o+o+o+o+o+ oeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeo
aaies' Bio
i
Ladi
uses
in new and stylish designs, long or
short  sleeves.     Prices to suit all
purses.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J   BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
^oeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeowO^o^o
London.  May   Is���Ai   a  meeting  Ol
the l-juid Corporation of Canada   U
chairman stated    that    mention  had I
-n->��� ;i rmui,. regarding the returning oi ||
money ol proprietors, but being con.
suited,  tl.,- ibaieboldei-  \.,', i  in ta-
\or oi a continuance thei    tl m
I .ni |  dlrectoi   i oi In rlew to fui ther
tran bj tions In Vancouver
Steamer*   Coming.
'I lie Invcrtay. one ol the UEil    tl am
Bl    on      ���    -Ul ��� rail.in  line   is Upl ' 'ed
n   pon   any  day   to   take  on  g   cai go :
ol a million f.--t of lumbei Poi tbi   Ul
lipodee at Millside      sh,- eras report
ed al  Astoria   yeeterday.     The Her-.
man    sailing   reeael    Bchurbeh    wUl
leai.- about ths first of June for smith
America from the Praaer tmiiH, wim
two million feet of lumbar, and the
Puritan, a Britl b ship, win depart ai
ihe same time for Australia with 'wo
million feet of lumber,
11 _���-1
Small Accounts
as well av large ones are Welcome���
>ou ni-i-d not wait until your bUilnoBi
haa assumed large proportions before
Op   Ding   all   account.
DO   SO  TODAY.
Von will receive every courttsy in
all matter, ur rusted to UM, and ther*
is ntitbin- in safe hanking we ''an not
perform.
TOTAL ASSETS OVER $53,000,000.00
The Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster, B. C, Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
������������������ee-eeeeeeeoooee+eeeeeeeeeee
j Snap For a Few Days
House and four lots, Third Avenue,
Burnaby, double corner, only five
minutes to car line; $o00'cash.
Terms.
$1150
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
White Blouses
$1.75 Each
��� in,,  of     the   n.out     o;.,-v UU    wiiUt
���if. rings this B-B-NM    ISO white mee
Iln ilonses *��ith prett. etnbrotd- r>
fronts; boom trtmmed mitti rui^n-
deanes lac-.-, litres qiti-iei sleeves;
others have long tw k.-.i Bteeres polnl
��� ���d Bl th.- cufT lu thin spv< Ial kM Ifl
a line of tailored waJniii, button in
front, ion>: sleeves aivi *nh itaea
collar     aii .ii--    y^.41,     .      tut.
Udies* Shirt Waist
Suits $4.50 to $15
Each
\       ;���!������:.del . :   ��mt'-.
���        :   ehlti    light hlu". tan ana
I s:ilj-��   ami
ited effe          K.. i;��� mil is cut in
, - *'���- .       i ��� tOdatfl    S!)le K .lllnh    Is
��� , er,   T<."p- Ct S<.lr.   ��� '
the ns       attract!vs   mlts a-.- i
muslin   dalnttl)   trimmed   win
���   '    .   ,,n i  1.,,-.      others ar.-   ���'
.   quail',     reeling    ..r linen       \i
popular ��uli i-a mad,, of new ->��� ir
��� ������ "ii  poplin      M.m>  st) les to
��� -   ���  from bei i booes quick iv      aii
Bach, M _o to 118 tw
Shirt Waists and
Undergarments
$1 Each
Leal week's offering bi this special
pric,. proved on�� ol the m-*! popular
rei pm fovii in the reedy-io-wear ���*������
tion       We  ha\e  turned    around  UM
tUx k on the tl ��� Ive  and ; ut oat many
more odd* and ond", end new, up4o-
date arrival    thai  i>l<l fair to et IIpa.
V....-U | clearance Hal       iu.\< i\
BATBKN   .N'I) BLACK BAT_��N  l N-
DKR8KIRT-    embroidery    ami    laoe
trimmed   white  nnderaUrta;   IGagliah
i.rln:      hli twalal i    ami    whits  lawn
blou ������..   in all sir.es gnd a greai  w
"i     vies      Bpeclal v  prv ���    ai
.��� h      |1 oo
Ladies' and
Children's Parasols
We   Uoutit   If   there   li   a   ntcrr
lowvr-prtoed  lot o* eeukeies  �����>�����
in ..n>  -torp in 11   .        We _--..   |
< t4>i them Jr..m inanufa. turvrn i
i   I Oaai.!..  an I proaiee    i   s
.  .    i a   _____   wi��-k -   |
lag
AT   |t,__   EACH.
I...H-*   fai.. ���    ��� <>:.,���<,i   peteii
���   ���   ,  >"��� nifl   |    .-V   k ,t|,  na:    a]  ��<
��� d Tweetj tn.
" .    >. ,��� from; all colon
AT   ._\00   EACH.
Thn-.. doeea ... . t
. ��� ������  j.lam i ok>n onlj
WHITE   EMBROIDERED   PARASOL-.
\ ni'^at variet] of Usee and i.���-.,.���
��� -..  covered . ��������� ���   ';�� on dob
al li    (ram.-   Which  allow   Hi,.  <- ,.
be ��.v.'i.-.i without removing Iron Uk
frann-*       Natural    wood    and    '���
handlea      B_u b |1 35 to MM.
CHILDREN'S  COLORED  PARASOLS.
Each 2f,c, 35c, 50c and 75c.
CHILDREN*- ALL 8ILK PARABOLtl
Neetiy  trimmed  -��i'h  IriUa   ram
)iatidl<H        K.u I,   |1.35  jnd  11.75.
Summer Fabric
Gloves
A11  the popular, wanted kiltdfl found
hert.
LADIES'    uk i iti      i.i.i ii i
ilai k.   tan,   gr.-y,   ��hi..     mode
plain n-ie oi "iiiaii.. iinia.li Domi fai
ti ii'-i ������. fancy biIk bed bachi extra
durable In  ��...i       Man.  quail
chOOM  torn   pei   i'alr     .   .     35c lo btx-
eeeeeeeeee
F? WW WW WW WW

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