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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Ph0n�� 85.
! IRNINO,  .IITNE ii.,  1909.
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I'lVI. CENTS I'EK
|l MAIL DEUVtKY StKVItE     �� . mm mtsim |�� uimh pkoki_ iNSPrTTflR hA-fflN n_ii��K
STARTS IN THIS CITY [IM  ��� mamm """"""i. ^
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Conference on Water Ques-
l_ farriert Commence Duties in L). ..���.���*,i i     ���_   ���     _ * \,. tl ,, . ��� *.
h��urn ����� weiiaed .territories Thia     "��n rhur..day- Gas as Aid
AfU.,noon- Letter. Sufficiently Addressed Will
Remain in Potto, fice- \'
PEN-EMTURY ADMINISTRATION
to Industries,
r<JVision for
Isolated Residents.
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'1 he d'y co incil did not meet last
svettlng a        |U0| .-���. ...aid not be got
thei i ti0_.     attending    were
M-i...,i Ki ��� a,., men Henley and
Bmith j::.  ilty  or obtaining
ihe requl ,-   . i ma due to the
��� ������ '   that  ��� !. .,     ,_.d.-rin.-i)   bad
r'-iurued fl CD a- inspection trip to
Portland,   ...: tbe council consequent-
I)  adjourned I t d .;���       Notices
will bP sen to Reeve Bridge and
1 o mclll. rrii ol the Rh bmood
muali , , asking them t0 attenu
and meet epresentai rea of the consulting v ������ Hermog aud Ber.
well    on    !..i'   '".,.!,,,,   W|n_   refernce
Hut.. Dr. Pugsley Wires Good
NeW8 to President of Lib- Official Explains Address on D. D. Bourke's Telegram Wa.
eral Association.
June   14.
Altered By  Telegraph Operator- Believes Bill
Miner Made His Way to Mexico and Will
Again Wear Prison Stripes.
Ottawa,
A   e   Kellington,
Prttidtnt   Liberal   Association
New   Weitn-intter,   B.   Cv
No  change   in   office   at   pres Oo    ipllOfl   In   -../Wrnment   Official     ,y   mail   to  Ottawa  that   night,   iitiug
eni, la an) departmenl La a ���-���rious crime, me tir^t intimation ne rece.ved '-hat
wm   pugsley. bnt corrnptlon tn tbe offldala o' Oa iliner was among ihe four convicts
department oi justice i_ a heinous ot- who had escaped,     on Inquiry at tne
fence, and an) guilty of audi a breach  C   P.  R.  telegraph office  tn Ottawa
ih    abovi   telegram   was   received ol tru* ahonid be ui.ide, and not ad   be (Dawson, was told 'ne night ope.
yestt: !a>  afternoon    In  response  to ministering     pew .nt._.-i__        When  uot received the message sddreaeet
n en   ,ir,   forwarded trom this city memhen  of th    House of Common.   The Inspector.,'' found out  be was
to the minister ot public works as lo make atatementi  tailing te  gueeoon *
th.       ith  of  the  rumor   fo  the e__ct tli. Integrity of snub men, an.l _ngf
that the offices ol the Federal gover
��   ... -���
��� -.,   . ���
tion  is  made of  a conspiracy, or col
���:..   propoaed nee   water  main to j men:  were to be removed irom this luaion between tbe officials of the B.
'    .alUam I .��� city tc Vancouver, c. penl   ntlarj    aad  the repreaenta
itdenta. Extending intake Pipe. The   rumor   stated   that   quarters -.���,-_    ,.   ��� ���-. oin    .ntiuential corpora-
isei     "   H   BperUni   genera) manager ,,r wer- being prepared for the official! ��� ,,n.    ... the escape of such a ootor-
���v   r  ...    Company,  Daale. the Dominion government fortius .   u   riminal as Bin KLner, the*
.,,   a . ��� ���   acknowledging   reoeipt   ot   a province In thi   new  postoffiee build geatton   are read with avidity bj the
E ���'���'.-.   Inspectoi   Pear.    ���  log       Vancouvei   and  that  as  won critnlna       -������    on thv- coast  Thi  ���
ndltiona around tbelaai  that  structure  was  complete  the ,,...;;   convicted ol  crime,  enter  uua
���k-  Ooqulttam lake      Mr   s-.�� :��� juramde, would taki   placi penitentiary, and  by   meani  oi    ���
,    ���    . .   : -    itl (action     Th.  replj of the minisl r of pumic municat:on  known 'to  convicts,   eon-
f good udi   work*-, to the   nquiriej   leni from thla ... _, ..-,..    the impression   - i
tarn % y��i
i - .
���
It ��� !
.. ���   Wl|
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II l!..- ii, .    .,   .
*   '!.    r.-l    ��� V .  ���
:w.  batkmi
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\'a
in    Kingston,  and a.l.lrv-*,
.naii> to tnui there, this accounting
for the change of adOresa min
tumbled down all '__ BtrncWra oi
complicity to deceive which had i**a
t/uiit up Tlie dei..;. wa* purely accidental.
With regard to the catting of Miners hai;. it was to in- certain knowledge ontalned under oath, cut on Au-
j_in-:t .:, mx days before tbe n>a:i t-s-
cap.-d When -��� rtsited l_ June,
1 '���-'��� he fcpoKe to Bourke on the mater.   Lading many    o:    the  prisoners
ise  elty ipeaki  lor 1'sell. ,a.. ., ,    ,:i:i��� i-s ,,)rr.ipted.      This is with  '-air longer than  was permitted
Even    w-  -    the    transfer to take  the   cau ,   of   the   unrest   which   baa  by the rules, and tbe barber was in-
	
- , ���    a      tramp
to  cut    tt..;    convicts'  hair
: '     perfect      iBltarj     arram      , a. ���       ������ ���     affect tl      ...  lenced  al   the  B.  C   penl- strucl   ;
|statu-, ol thia city, inasmuch a_ only tentlary  during the  past  six  mon :,     shorter.
''ulnp   '"'��� - With r"!'���'���  il" of the principal officials of the and    .       md its outward exprea    d     The ������    eXi8[e(i    considerable ettver-
recommendation made by _"ederal    government    would  be con- jn ,...,,....  md attempts to escape. ..:.  gence of    opinion    on the    visits u,
streel ���     thai  the intake pipe he  pern. :      The   -ame stores would fee tfc, pan of criminal during that per- Ulnar, and the way they wer�� record-
> walk Is hi th.   '.'. ��� ended to a poln!  i.��yond the saw    purt.i,   A ,.,  thi* pity, and the  n_
��� ���.--. . . ,.r> the ml! *'arts operation  .work carried   m as heretofore
.      ' iggeai that a_ thi extension '������ _���
��� '        present pip   would entail  .-.:.J q....,, _ftD iitPiTtiir
expendltnre, it would be a  |\tj\|)|   f|J|\  f Ibi 1 llNIl
.- -.,i- sad r*' "   aaviag  to tbe company  if  :������ i
-        I supply aa now with the dltnen
of   the   pernum-m   pipe   whlcti
Owtslda  Rm dtM- I    require    to    hav..-    mil'
. '.'������'    n��w   flan.       V.V-   could
the -\;- nae of a '
-.-���   pipe,   whlrti   mtght   only   bi    ,n  Artar.-.ment.
���     ,   ������ , ...     . i, a !�����   wee,... befor,   v
WOMEN DELEGATES
iod. ed,    Ql  it was again=* ml penitentiary
Th    . ��� ���..- Fummarisea the opinion  practice  u->  have   permitte]  suci  te-
expressed        laepeelot Dawson,  w:.    terviewi as  apparenMj   took  place,
airiv.-rj fron   ��� -i*-. yesterdu-.  uiorn���'��� Miner Will Be Caught,
lng on a tn,i of inspection, and Wlll The inspector say ��� there is not a
tixamlne into condit.ons at the B. C panicle of truth in the story of the
penitential-}    during    the    nex*.   few  Australian .bonds,    and asked  if    h*
days
to
net v.   ..- .i _) An 7c,*i.
1 wall,   and la
��� '��  ���
at*
T
nts ai
'V. .     !������       -
without
sfficiently      li
.ii-n   nir.r -
it"'al      -, '   '      . . Bt WU
' ��� ���     iln   a!   the  f' ��� *'f k-
inn*  ao . stneva    nrnm    whii b do
I   and    -"*������- n   y,--.r:ti   ...   ,    ���--���
���    . ���   ... ...- .,- ��� ���.���..
��� ���    ���       '. �� 4      In   V   I     ;
r        wry  to  replare  it   w.th  ���!���.���"���
at ���    permanent    pipe      The
Made
Mc-etjers   o'   Interna'.ionai
men's   Conference.
Wo
��� Unned <yn  I'ag-? tUtttt
TWO till. FOR JIDIilNli
STOCK AT EXHIBITION
EWIAL1 STILL        NEW INVENTION FOR
\ BRITISH BASt    PARTY TINT PHONES
T-ophie*   to   Be   G.ven   to   Ar
..*   *or  Judging   S'ock   at  the
WSstmlniter Pair.
thought    Miner    would    evei     e  iv,
Satisfied  W.th  Inquiry. jtured   h�� said  he   believed   the   man
his last  vi-*it  Inspector Daw- e.*ca;r��'d  southward    to    Mexico, and
-*.n  baa  been -he subject of freo_u.ii    gome  day  or  other  would   be   reca;,-
Entertain   referenoe in   the   Canadian   Hou.*?  Ol   luted.   His experience  aiway.-,   show,-.:
, ,,:-.,.-     *   the  'fficer    responsioie  thai   sooner or later the     nivn  were
lor  the  conduct  of    the  inquiry   into lod?ed once more in rhe priaOK wall's.
Mine, a escape, and  the use to which Miner's   Unclaimed   Monsy.
name has been put by Cons_r*.*a-      Asked  a*  to  th-.  amount   standing
  ��� , ��� Users,   including  the  roembe:   to Miner; cr-dit in the local  bran, b
tor   this   Constituency,   has   far   rrom of  the  Bank of  Montr-rai,   Mr.   Daw-
\.       v.-1, -    .,:   ih.-  reception oi  pieils d the inspector. He take_ is_u.  son   v-id  it   would   i.ma:n   ���her,,   un-
,1.1,. io   the  qu-nquennh     ga       Wjth  ti^j section of   the  house   wno  diatnrbed    till    the    convict  claimed
...ai Council o: Women oontende 1 new facts ot material im- Bame Throughout the Dominion it
ii, Toronto, which i* meeting (rom portan e dv-allng wi-.h Mlner'a escape wa.* no uncommon thing for quite a.
Jun. 13 i I and o: whom .i pextj ._,,,, ,::,, ^ ligtu sine, his Inquiry lar.. -.-:..-��� of money to be sent to
��,f aboat 106 comes to tne coast in in the fall of l.u7. an-1 says ex-Depnt| convicts, who claimed it upon the *>-
July, occupied the attention of the Warden 13ourkes letters have dme piration of their ^n'enee. ine
...until of Women yeaterdaj       little good either to himself er toward mon*;.   was  placed In savings bank*
-lueidaung 'he story of the train rob- accounts to the credir of the convict.
���.: -  escape Decrease of Crime.
Mr    Dawson   points   out   that   Con- |    Discussing   pecit-ntiary   adtnini*.tra-
rvatire   membera   hail   no  right   to;tion generally he said th*> B. C. peni-
ln the absence of  Mi.*-  Wavis, ih��
first   rice-piesldmt,   Mrs    Pearce   pn
I bi   cones ponding secretary.
fir
'-!���'     I l|
Tr.- r
i Will RemaiQ &t Eaveedropping Prevented Bj
Naval   Siatn.fi
. i    1 bat thi
-
to lb.   .-���
���    ���
ehl
ion in   li ^
..  li *  .1 . ���     a
rt aeela ..i thi   tl
IghlhouM ��<'i...      w
'.    that    m
at the wh    ���
.,   June 14.���The dit ���
i i,.     BUM k   Breeder.    \
��� ���   In   Ibe  l.fflCa    of   thi
��� nt, parttameni
ai   the  dean  ol    aa
��,.        ���       i th   work to i>e taken I
up I
Vo_- r_avw-i r__a_m_H Rv     ' * ' ;"! ,:,(>" u> '''",
NCffl I'evice lxsi^nea oy ^ jnom{ ot 0Ill..h:i;f rall..
, traaaportat on   ot !
L/UlCagO Man. Uve stoCh aDj poultry to the Alaska
  Yukon-Tv.;'.   exhibition  *e amount
expended  oo "' lilon  ol  al
H nnii��k. June  14.���Tl am to   ��'"��� ' I'"'
,   .    .       , teat      ii  va ;,;--' th
tlH, mvsnt-M -I s ��� ���* wo��M as*!*' "'"'
���������������������������'��� .    ���/., ���"   ' ���
.... transportation '\ft'-
������*'���       The  queetlon  of ho      -   a   ��'" ' ;
.,,.,.,. ,,-,. r-ir wn* taken  IP  and it �� - > "' ���"��� -
M   baa oealgm     ���   tt       I     �� "    ���^���"- \* *u**. ,K    NV, ,''?'.    ;n���.r.
.   , ,. ..i..,.!i���n,   deal with, he betag advl    I    ��� "'"r
:.    rlea   Mayo,   Hall   ol  V -^J
i Vanco ������       ' '���
Wi   ti
Mt-    ly>w,r    read   a  number  of  com
mi. n.,:i.,us from various bode, with draw  from  Bourk *'s  letters  the  sug- i tentlary was running Dorchesttr Otoae
gestion of a conspiracy, as the ex-offi- as being the third Varsr<��.t tiennentiary
cer never suggested it. although ma-- in the Dominion. Kingston and Bt.
ing   siatements   which,   according;   to Vincent   de  Paul  were  naturally  the
ref. ance to Uu cut r annum ol the
\i- or_, and also au announcement
that the party will leavi  tor the west
iContinuej on  i'age  Bevea)
OI   Jul]   1    arriving in  Vancouver on  ,|le  inspector's  opinion,  h--  could  no*,   largest.      Manitoba,  at  Staney  Mo'in-
JuV  ll      They will' visit  Edmonton   _U:;tajn |tain. and Alberta at t.lmonton. w.re
Three Features Reviewed. |the smaller ones.     A new one was m
With copies of correspondence he-(course of construction at Prince Ai-
lore him the inspeciur diaensaad 'he fcert. but to show hew erirm- was de-
telegram of August 9, 190T, which tne [creasing on the paririe.. he mentioned
ex-warden sent to the Inspectors, jthere were fewer prisoners in the two
Ottawa, and which he iDawsonl re- penitentiaries on the prairies than
ceived addres^d o himself at Kings- formerly occupied th- cells at Stoney
ton on Sunday. August  11. sending it  Moun'ain.
TO DEEPEN CHANNEL
OF COQUITLAM RIVER
Ition |J.  W.  Pike's  Dredge  Will   Leave This
Morning  and  Start Will  Be  Made
at Once.
the pany Ua.
sh
an. line and
,,,,   ,.��� a >   Keen   Ot  N��*
AUTHORITIES CLASH
OVER JURISDICTION
Work will iu aii probability       com . i-.--.-_.
ni-iu-cii today on the deepenmg oi the Province   and   Municipality
channel ot the Coquitlam river as 'v
whlcti
flECT ROWATT TO
CHILLIWACK COUNCIL
thai   ; *   v.i-
oi
piv ii ro
'xt couple of ye ���     ���   ���    ���' ���    . .,       ,     .   ,��� vk��r�� fair.
�����"*��� ��"      '    .,, '��� ���'. . nstei   tai,   for to.
-r..-.1 there  will i       ���   tee    ���
. i      . .      i 	
������   . .,,      whethei     the  red  ������ ���������
,,.    i .     Hook    ate i thi '"'n-
tak.    care
*i '.i,...    which   la   to   '..*   of all   " ���   '
Mat) autumn    m ,:
expected  that i
��� i>in   in  naval  di len
it is    ..I    _   i ���
llO'.llloil*       1 v. ������        ll
��� decided aftei the In
I   .mill..,.   ...nf,:  ie.    tral   o�� ,    , , M ,,u: ,v
...     i in- outoome win
'int aba win undertake
in i*.��h1 shape tb- '���' t''",'
- llllim ai iK>th DMiutmali
at  w.-ii  aa bnlidlag ��
mailer  Class   Ol   **-���'
torpedo    iteanrojrera
third  cliixs crulm-rn
ationa now   In prograaa
.i*, of m rui*e from the
> Imlrsity,  win  i���-  furthered
KlngsmUl'a ��tall to i-^ik
,,!'' *'-     he la going in ooonecoon
,' atwr as mil u m I*������g''���ln,
���  ������
'
*��
MORE HONORS FOR
ROYAL tITY STODENTS
CANADIAN BRIDOE CO.
liETS 0. T. P, CONTRACT
ihe n.-w  asylum wharf,  Rn
.  ,   the contract   was let  to J.  W   P '<
'tb. Vancouv...    dredging expert, re-
pently.
Mr I'ikc waa in the city yesterdaj
and stated thai hi> river dredge,,
e/htcl la at preeent In dock ai Lulu
... and would leave tor the Coquitlam
toda. The work ot dheepentog the
channel is betag undertaken '���>- the
I provincial government In ordei that
nl,- beat poaalble taclUtles may be afforded tbi eoatractors for getting in
tb. building materials tor thi nee
biS ward   -jrork on which wlll be com-
Both Wish to Hold Inquest
on Drowned Chinaman.
S,_  sieel  Spans to Be Erected on the
F.rst   Hundred  Miles of  Rail
road.
Do tide waten come under the Jurisdiction .'i 'he provincial govern*
ment or of the miniiclpallt. wfioae
ahoree thej waah? Tins question *
at praeenl exercising the minds of the
coroners ol New Weatmlnater district aud Ol Bumab] i-i .null,a It) i-
spectlvely, snd ua i. it Is decide,t the
body of an unknown chinaman will
awa.i an inquest.
  The  liody    in  question    was   found
BURNABY   RAEPAYERS I Boating   la the   waters  Ol   Burrard  ta-
DISCUSS ROAD BY LAW  le( o(t  ,ht> shor>> 0(  Burnaby  munici
pality   a  mile    east  of    the  Hastings
Robert Marshall Defeated By
Twenty Votes Out of Two
Hundred.
1 u--ti<*-��l immediately.
K O. Kowatt, a well known rWUdenl
of Chilliwack Will 'ase the place ou
the City council made vacant by tne
appointment of Alderman Jackson to
the offloa of mayor.
The election, which i��ok place at
Chilliwack yesterday, was closely con.
tented an.l excited ihe greatest inter-
est in the upriver town. Mr. Rowatt
was opposed by Robert Marshall, one
of the most popular residents of tl"*
district. There was a good turnout
to the polls, the votes cast totalling
two hundred and two      Or these .Mr.
Graduate,    of    W.��<minster
Rani.   High in University of To
ronto   Examinations.
i      proposal to borow the sum ot bounder)    yeaterday   afternoon.      ltJRowutt received one hundred and six
1160,000  for  tha  purpose   of  Improv- WM Immediately taken to the Douglas and Mr.  Marshall mnety-six, the sue
ijnK t,he  present   roada  of  the  munici-  Shingie mni  and Municipal Constabl
Vaaeoaver  June 14.���The Caaadian pallt, and bulKUng new ones la a ques* w  A  Ralph wa_. poUfled of the gnie- jority of ten.
Schools L,JS   _-o., of WalkervttS Ont.. haa Sn much before the public eye te somv diseoVcr>, j   P    ���
iwaMcd    the    t*ontract   for thejBnrn.iby at the present Ume:_ _;    The question    of    jurisdiction then |o��cee
ceeaful   candidate   winning   by  u iu��-
.1.  U.   Ash well    acted  as  returning
rurlliil  i
..lllllaa   ,l!    ih.
Villa, ISi!)    Ol
.-X..F..1M.    m *\u :Zt
reoeived m in"*
usual the ��tu-
1..-.-H
ooaaU-Otion of six  steel bridges
lu  order   to give  th,*  ratepayers n  ;lr0St,    t_lp   provincial   and   municipal
t,
I li
���
I - |
",. r, ,
,     ,,f   usipiimil!     Thla
possibly form the aueleua Torontp
',; ��� ���     idlsn niivv  or ti���. future. Medicine have been
it win be oaed u a ttaben cin and ahow tba   aa --^     hiiv,
..,,     ��� is   planned to dels ^^dJ3Jtehtei   'hem-
used us a training nbta aucc led    m   lllM1"-
who run  he drnfte.i  W selves Wataou of thla
it, medicine, w   -   ", ,    ,aX.
mad' a hlth ****** . ,       m
[nr  the   "ist   ^"'
.    ,    n���'��   dau��-tei ol
jMsl,  Drew,       ^ |hi,i(
i,e. i,��..-���T.��rt..,., then   m   Dn Drew, paaaed
Mill  ,
. lei  Meaela Canada nul-v I
, oung of time alty
n.w regime m Bequlo**" amtaattouB
���   l.roledlon  cruiser  Kentiel   arts.   Mis
her headquartei i thaw, "������ Dr   >'   ���
I Vancouver.
with Ten:."'
, f Hindu
. ''���".,,,,,,,
.n _ ,
OtU
namad Qourtetta s,nK" a ��'
ii ih<�� city polios atatloa
, f threatening to aaaault
an/'. S"u'h-   ,,,,'     P��*10"   "',,'r��,r''<������'���������
v.   ,       "   'i   of    tbe   Hindus   ut   "x^
"" ���'   I'.H'kiln mill.
olaaa la Honor ��^^neral eourae
^^SJk-J -.m.i '" '^ H��t
. i \ii*v Drew mv both
Watson ii" ' ���*", ^
t colnnil.la" ,,,..
.   i .,��� the ,{n>;'' l * ������'
M,-,  Dyke atwHW ���'
Hla.   Boh00'-
M'
gradual
., hundred-mile section ot the Qrand I chance to express their opinion on authoritll,s ,both claiming the right of'condition-," aaid Aid. Johnston,
���ivi'ink Pacific railway between Prince flu matter public  meetings  wm   najhoWtag the coroners iuqiwst. iii appeared to be Al."
m.i "rt and Kltaalna canvon ��" ""���!-����� in ��he Burnuby Municipal ball j The body bfee Bo apparent algna ot | In Portland they found the
_i ... . river The total' amount ���" on Wednesday evening and in the v,oU.IU,t. lull, it appears as if death festival ln full swing aud all th.
vo   ,-,i is ...iw.-en I86M00 ami ��400,��� Cahtral   Park    Agricultural    hail    on ;,u-, Uvt>n iu.cidental. |pta waring    blossoms       In    8
,,  ,      Mr   11   rertoaon of    Toronto Thpreday     Both me*'tings win com-,   .they inspected   the    lighting sj
been awarded    The  contract  tor ���lenoe at 7:80, and a targe attendance J   lam, weiv parttentefl, impreaaed
,1'.- ll . ..........      ._     ,_._, ,     Ia* . .....     _._v.n_, .,...       -,a;,.,,,, ftf 11111 mill lit 1.***,      Ol
,���iititi- in the concrete (oundatlona
I-   conn...-lion   with     the   brldgeWOT*.
Tracklaylng out of Priiice, Rupert i*1
espectttd  to start  some time  '"  Ben-
tcilllier.
Will Rebuild Lumber Mill.
Revelstoke',   June   14.���The   tM   Ol
tho Miinduy    Lumber    Co., at  Three
Valleye, which was deatroyed by "n>
last week, win be reoonatroeted dn
iiliilii* as large If not liirgfr than before and 't is expected by September
to have the now mill in a position to
resume its business on as larg-' i( not
a larger scale than befor.- the "'���*'
is looked lor.
The polling on th, by-law takes
plac- on Baturday �� the present
week.
ALDERMEN RETURN.
��� ���������������������������������������MO
Big Realty Deal.
The lUlerd blook passed into
the hands of a Vancouver syn
dicate   v.-steida' The    last
owners 'were . .,;. I cftte com-
t-owHl of both looaJ and Van-
COUver men. J. B Mathers ot
Mils citv being the principal.
The turnover involved $40.0����.
They Combined Buaineis and Pleasure in Enjoyable Trip.
Aldermen J 1 Johnston, J. Jardine
and E. J Fader have returned from
th-e 'lip which, along with Aid. Uruy
and \duius. they maile to Portland,
on tha Invitation of the Hassam Ce
ment  Paving Co., in  order to insp-ct
��� the  paving 'aid  by   the company  in
��� 'that city.      All three aldermen stated
��� ������������������������������������������ ���-U8*
that  they  were much impressed with
what   they   saw  of  the   pavem-nt  in
������\\> saw It under all possible
"and
tppeared to be Al"
ros��
the peo-
Seattle
ystem
with
the system of Illumination on the
principal streets 'here. Instead of
act lights, groups of lamp., consisting
of on. large and four small ones, are
used theae giving an even light. *J��-
perititendent of Works Furneea, who
accompanied the party, will not return for some days yet.
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+   Vancouver    at     Spokane���No
+       game, rain
W   Portland        5   J
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PAGE TWO
TH &   DAILY    N E A s
TUESDAY, junc   '
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. HEAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.   ETC
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did  net let the peocle know anything about it. he would net sell any.      You must teli  the  peop .   wl  it  <ru -lur ,0 ���*"��� why thfy ���*,euld   purchi,.
thing cf the value you offer them in  return  for their merry.      too many of ui have got  Into the habit of thinking that  because we have been a long     " r in butines. everyone muit if neceitlty kn
u.-rt Usr  the  advertiS na column,  nf  Th.   Dally   Ntas   and   kern  -hrri.i  ����  ��h��   llmM
wares.       Usr th_ advertis ng columns of Th.- Daily  News and  keep abreast of the  times
now all  at
U..,
PERSONAL.
\\*HV    REMAIN    SINGLE?���W<
find a congenial life compel
iv,    resp.' table  man    or  wo
Send stamp tor particulars
ern Devi   -      i    League, Box 1301,
v incouver
LOST.
31     IN     W I BT     KM'   SUNDAY
.nld   ...    elel    sei   a Ith   am. 11
Return  Dailj   Newa
NURSERY.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, BHILEB  ..   CO
THE FRASER VALLEY MKSi:un>
%   Lake - Kor    healthy,:
:i trail tie. ��� phon,. 445.        Ri ,:   i    ���   ��� .1   |n   ,:   n, .
City,  farm
WANTED
WANTED   YO    ���'.   '.i'li.  AlTKi.:
lice  I ���   halrd .sslng, i ������ .'i
li   thl   offlce
WANTED���  YOI NO  LADY FOR OF*
floe  work      ' n e who  un
typewriting ���    ���������       tpply   at
mv,       '��� J   .1   lohru
WANTED        FOUR       TEACHERS
M.i. : tor l
tin, , '       ��� ��� ���    agi
flcati    length ol   sen   ��� testi
monials.     A; plication, m isi  be |n
by noon ol the 24th   inst     Ro ei
Lennie, Secretary,
WIMKIi lAl'ANKSi:.        PLAIN
cooking    and    g�� nt i U      bi uaehold
work      '. .21 Twelfth atrei I
WANTED   GIRL    TO    WORK      AT
the Royal City Laundry.
ROOMS TO   RENT.
TO       RENT���FURNISHED     KKONi
dro  :    for | ei items
modern home     Phon.   usi   ol  *n
iu  room     Addresa  -^ ��� li-'   "'���
���-'
TO   LET���FURNISHED   BEDROOM
\ pij   . if   Carnarvon  itreel
iv Vi.Nl       : !���"     '1
i'htrd
, hon   i ������ -
PYTHIAN  BL
to  li I     two   for
hou- All    ateam-l eated
wiih    boi   and    cold    a iti r,
ran-- ''
moderate.    Applj   A    H   Ferguson,
room 9. secoud floor
,1,   XR\ S   NURSERIES   -     I'Wii-n
ited ai ��� ,1*. trees, plants, be.
,-���,        1010    w ���  tm i
, in i   branch   d i
.. al South Vanooaver,
PAPER   HANGING   A   DECORATING
!'.*-. IN    W \I.I.   PAPER,   ROI ���
M v ind Ba
imining,  ,
banging Sixth
rai: -,:.  N'i -.i   \\,. min
300 . .
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE _   EDMONDS   BARR1U
:       Ui Roi      B i ilock,
\. w  \\ ��� i'n.inat r
\V   J. Whiteside, II. 1.   1 ���:      '..is.
WANTED���Girl  to    assist    In hous.
woi .    "...      - - Royal avi      , nea
Sixth  .*-.!���* :
FOR   SALE.
BNAP FOR BOMEONE���WE HAVE
a six-room him.*.- on fine arlde street
near Fourth avenn ��� �� will s<-'ll for
11100; this rents for lit There
is a fine view of river right d��wn
io the gulf; eiectric light is installed; the rooms are large and
airy. Settlers Association o�� B.
C ��� Box 556. Cty.
FOR BALE���WE OFFER FOR SALE
on terms ot one-third cash, balance
6 and 12 months, the following described vacant , ropertjr, Cty ot
New Wesi minster: Subdivisions 13
and H. I/" -'. aub. blk. 4. 1235 each:
Subdivisions 1 I and 22 of east part
of Lot 3 ' ....  I, Jin" and |196
respectively . reanbdlvislons 44, 45,
__ ol subdivision C of Lot 13, suo.
blk. 4 |1SS each; subdivisions '���'
10. 12. ff lot 14 sub. bib 13, 1660
each. Will sei; all or part of tbe
foregoing as ''U.chasvr ti- sires. Ad
dress Hitchcock __ Mf-ek'-r. :.:)' Pei
der street.  Vancouver.      T<1    2802
' IR      BALE���AT    THE    MARK-']
wo heavy hor*.-.-. 1600 l a; a anai
'   Knox.  Hotel  Lyt*. I
ELECTRICAL  W0RK5.
THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     I   '
V ������!      in    electrical    machinery,
ii\; ire* an I rapplies   I .use wiring,
armature  wiring     mot< r i
etc.      Bank of I .- building,
���phone ��1  P. O. Hox . _��
FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
J.  I.   MERRY   _   CO.,   PHONE   A6 H
Corner   of   B       i      nd   Carnarvon
str.-.* -.-���   npened  a fee.;  and
breaking    ta li  for horse*    Horaes
for  sal--       Reference   furnished.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON _ AYL1NG. FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. B"^:>e -*t..
o;,p   Wmd.-or Hotel.
���_���_^���������������������������^�����
FURNITURE.
W    E.   KALES.   THE   FURNITURE
v- ,:��� r. l"pholst��rer ani Undertaker,
\-zne& ami McKenzie streets.
ne 176. nieht call sl.
GROCER/.
THK   BEST   VAL1 E   IN  GRO-
phone 386      The Pure Food
ly Grocery, P. Q   Box 811
WADE WHEALLKR _  McQUARRIE
iE. C  Wade, K  C . A  Whi aller, W,
o    m, Q larrti I,    Bolli II n
��� ���    etc . 42 Lome atreet, oppo    -
courthouse,        New      Wl atflOlnat. r,
(Pbona US), and the Vancouver ol
tl No  ��� ".. Royal Bai
bers, i 18 Ha itlnga Btreei w<  ���
GEORGE   E    MARTIN,  BARRISTER
and   Solicitor.    Guichon   block.   ���
lumhia    and     McKenzie   Sis ,   N'. w
Westminster.  B   C
W        MYERS    GRAY.     BARR1S1    V
Solicitor ani  Notary  Public     Cu-   ���
block. Clarkson  street, op;*>slte  "!"
Court Boaaa.      P   O. Box  196.    1
-phone 64.
I! WA: Hili..**   ,y CO    LTD    Rl
i-
Colui et, P. O. drawei
A Hli. >'!' r * HYDE, (V  11  C. tB
Proprli toi i     Ri r |
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P   0   Box II
Phon.
8ETTLER8   ASSOC1 tTlON
���P. ii   Brown m.: agi     P  0   i�� *
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TEN  ACRES     FIVE    MIL)
\  a clean
barn      Price   J.
SUBURBAN    HOME,    THR1
ail  ,   .i-i   md  in   v-.: di a
linn*.      .   .   ohlcki n hon ���
d;   ��� Ighl   mlnul      :
od well; 1
M   .DAM  _-  IRWIN   ''"' ' ���'"
it,.-   Ponton .   *, i.
IM       Ra t]      ���  *
Call ai
our list i>f rit>. anbarbaa and lam
before     purcbastng     el��e-
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
C'.niKSl.EY'S        PICTURE        POST
cards   are   on   saje     at   M    Mor, ���
Btati aery Btore, J. c,   Qamon'a'c.
gar divan, F Maakansie'a drag ��t.:..
and    The  Fair.'  Columbia    '    >'
OALVIN, I.M'IE.-* \NH MEN'S TAI-
l'-rinp. a sen Una ' ring ��uu-
inc Jit: in Button making, pr- ��-i
n��: nr,.i repetriat     Room I, Bi
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i st
THEATRES
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\1.     .        t   ,   !,-   la lid third 'i
,ii ..... ii month     \
Hall i .- ��� i
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lock. < -.   ��� ��� ���
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I of tl     I
|{i iti   in tbe first
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ciii-f   w
1   ..   ..   F    ROYAL    CITY    U    -
Mi   -.    in   0 ��      hall
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OTHER    PRATER!
Lodgi ���    I
f   md  \   M   Kir it S ilomon
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N      |1M;  I.. i>   I.   No   111
1     ;.-rton.  No   ����*t   I   O   K..   i     "
F     Court     Wr*-iniln��t��-r       V
Brotherhood 04 um:-,   Meet  N
li. MRU   Of   TRA1 I     '-i.'A   ���'��� fcSI
nilnntrr IVmrd nf Tie <  -�����!���   c tie
I   *.*���������    . i-.   Hill, a��  follows:
Third Thnrsda]    i '   each    month
quarterly    me^'ing    on   the    third
Tbaradaj of Febnmrj   May   \u�� i��t
and ' . ������ - at v p.m Annusi
niM-'.|nif�� on the third Th-it-sdnr of
February N��w memtwra m>
proponed -nd rlivtrd ^t ��n- rrr��-th-
v or qnarterty m��*'!nr r- m
" . '���   ������   rel , i
-
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRE88 FOR K'.hHV
kind of jot, printing Midc.-r loo ���
leaf ledgera Cowle carbon Papers
Pbone 56, P (i Ro*< 142 Old
Daliy   N'.-ws   Blix-k.  Sixth  Btreel
WESTMINSTER     OPERA       HOUSE
Loi n-  tl reel   ','���   *��� > ����:.-r
S;.��m ial   atlrartmr.��   provided   .'.'inns
Hason \���! ��� ��� '   OB-Oe.
Ryail'i Dr ig Bi n
TENDERS  WANTED
CRYSTAL   Tll'A
EOR SALE��� EMPIRE    TYPEWRIT*
;iractir
Price |30 ra*h    Address P   0   S i
���   dty.
E.R  BALE���LOT8  ON   SIXTH
r-ari n^:    .2   ���   each.   $25   c l al-
ance  |10 mm !!ros..
Edmonds.   P. O. B   .   ���      i Ity.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
N.  DRAPER.   Ii   C    LAND  SLK
nreyor      El.ard block, New    West
aster, B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE,
RESTAURANTS
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    ic    CAFE
Tickc!!-, i'i   .- .- ,     for ti      Home
���   .king. All  white cooks;  no Orlen-
.v labor employi I      Open 'lay and
osite tra::.     b.  ������
FOR    SALE���TWO    POOL TABLES
Apply  Chapman ., Do
minion  Trust   b'ock.
HOUSE  TO  RENT.
TO    LET���SIX-ROOM    HOUSE,    401
Roya] avenue, near Fourth, modern
Improvements;   rent  115.00     Apply
.1.  M.  McDonald, 2m Agn<      treet
near Elliott.
IUNG  UP    260    FOR
smart   turnout.     Tfi���
bles.
HACKS  ANU
Fashion   Sta-
RO. -L ("AFE   (Mi      ' *��� '   r,  proprl.
,      Fo ir ooui *��� -s, , on I I nu of
!��� : >.r   r-ast,
; , Idiag or : le, t< ., ooffei oi milk
��� ���* *        ! moving
pk-tur...;   lllustr iti     �� inga    n U
��� .-     o .::it.*d
*i mda)   \". adi aa : Frtdaj
THE  EDI80N   i HI vTKK     CORNER
Vol m ,.    ��� :  i gbth      iitgf ���
i Ing ire     :;���.���-������       -mil.
Program chai     | v     U'tini!
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WOODWORKING.
V, i..-     ' WOODWORKING
Co in l store fining*
li   ���   al .ir.    i mn
nd   letali  ��nrk     I ������ ���  ai -1 ���   I
Meeare    Marriott  aa.i  Companj   (��f
> ue ���",' i  In i .��iii  ������
d.-r�� For ibe whoi,. ���>- anj port!
it i-      -' tha eedar ium>,rr Dins on
t..   .'   l'   N   .--n.1    C. P. R. wha
i'.h.i ,\i- ttaal ''���i���', i"��r tfee Ron M
���a  '
age "T  rinv olh��r �� har*. ��
Qnaatlty about    It     ���      -
mon.   fair.,-,    nr
,i       .
; a April l
The Iowwm   .r aa] tender no�� a.  ��� ���
SYNOPSIS    OF    C-v.
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THE
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LIMITED
COVe* ', ���
ARCHITECTS.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE BCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
Limii.-d. Front street, New weatmlnater. Min if-irturr-rs of modern
saw and shir.;;!,.' mill macninery.
Mil] plants and specifications prepared
STENOGRAPHY    _    TYPEWRMING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
��� - lii hon    kx k       P   O. Box 694
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and cai Um      P
471
I      llrook'-r.
i SorttQl    1 1- v. nth
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FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPH.      AND  I
Typewriting;   copy    work,  business
'it- r ���.     etc.
I imtiia atrei
I'i      i-v,      ii".,' -.
Phono ��:
W.  D. OOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14,  Dominion Trust blo< ���>
EDWIN  G   W.  BAIT,  ARCH1TE.  I
: iione 338.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B.   C    MONUMENTAL  WORKS. JAB
McKay,  manufacturer and  Importei
of rn.,.in mental toml   tones, bo Idi
stone, etc.    Satisfaction gnaraati
Colum    i atrei t, Nen   w.  tmii   I
SECOND HAND   STORE.
;y.   BUY   AND   BELL   FURNITI Rl
��� n. all kinds of new and aeci 1
hand roo.ls A Speck, near Tram
,,ffl,-<\
li   i)   I*      \MITY LODGE, NO   r
iv   .,.,-.fiar meeting ot thla  i,v'k*
Co . held In Oddlalloa     ba
ina    in et,  every   Mond ty
_____     ..r  i o'clock     .i.m   Fergnaon   aofele
m i    W. C Coatbaa  r-    *���-. >
Rl ...I-: OF    COLUMBI \   [_t IDOE  NO
115.  Son*  of    Enst and     11    S     Red
Bobs     Degree   di ��������� i   and
fourth    Wi .in-*! i.  .,'  .-..      	
In K   ol  P   ball   Ann"., str* I   at *���
p 111 Whll-       iv ��� .,|-!h
LAND   ACT
Comoi   Land  D*!r    ���
Dmirict  of Qutfn  Crunott*  Sound
I not|r# tha-   0   II   J*���, ��*.n   . '
keep r m.-h��r
'    ' iPPly    f"r    ;---n',i����lon :o
i'.   tollcrwlag    deecnoed   lent
*    *   lag   at   a   po��t   ;,lant<st    at
the a       ��� ������ i of I,. mi*   siand, rtltaoa
Baatarly, loaiherly *n I w��-��
t<rly    nnd    north  .lv,    followlag    the
line   arOQSd   'ho   I "land   Lr>   '.h*
Dotal   of   rotnmenr��-m��ni.     containna
Wirt   nrrn   iimr��  nr   !������.
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Solicit. above-na     -   I'
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THE FRASER
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PAT STREAK OF A.-T.-P.
13 PAHAD1SL NOW
Bored  and   Bla-r-   Can   Find   New  Sen
sations   Among   Tented   Attractions of  Seattle  Exdo.
Seattl. June l < v- h ked througlh
mountains ai lightning *,,"��� d on tm
cenlc railway, rolled down a Bteep
incline in a tub, one minute surrounded bj -va--, [gorrotes, the nexl lost:
in .-rn Egyptian pyramid, the viattor
.u the Pay Streak or the Aiaeka-Yu-
i on Pa. It Exposition al Beattle haa \
.. l.t.'im i,: experience in an hour or
two.
To anyone who in ibored with life
and wishes new sensations, the ,',IV
Streak la "Paradise enow.' it r IB
speed be wl bea there Is tin,- pneumatic Tube railway, where he is shot
through a half-mile "i underground
tube in half a minute.
Eor the brave there are th
id i na
*   tlcl ;,,- ,|
:,������ ...     the B ti     ,.-  .ii    v..   ...
il tbe D ���'
���   ol   lrom I id ,.-.,.,
fo ���   him    In 111.   ������ annei tbe : u
i    protra.��� i
Real   A ... , ,     Fairies     ivaltz   i
ou In I      Klon I    .   Dana   Ka I   bnt
oft" di ni s
Tl ,���  Eskimo  Village  tai i - the    I I
'"i   .-ii   a   Journej   through   'he
north    The nexl  ��top Is the '1
the Yukon  whi i    ; boai   i  rural
in  ,i  '��in,  . . ��� u<-  .    changed
to  a i inorarolc    rlvei       1 be
So.-!    ol   Cairo,  Dlxl- land, and  -
P   ��� ���   ' ti nl i,   _  touch of  high
for all.   The nol   , the i rowd    in i Lhe
excltemenl   of  the Pa.   Streak  make
ii .ui immensely populai  plao
OftOftOftOftOftOtOOftOftOd  n-+r*r) 0fO#O#O��Oft( +: t + +C +C+c +��� *^>
| Cheap Lots
The Question   English Waklm*.
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE FULL SIZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT . l',0.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH .TR__T $'/j0.
REASONABLE TERMS
THE STAGE
Dominion Trust Co.
 . T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    T0O    LOAN
beoeoeoeo*oeooeo*oeoeo*oec oeo*-*oooeoeo*_*c*oooeoeo*3
Where to bu    rural tti re rhos     i     veil
,od.
Is Answer* d
by directing ��� on to '��� oi ���      lere
you , ,,n . ,��� !,,. large t i.'.ick i new
and second-hand it'��".i ol all kinds in
the city.
1   have a splendid  Ore.im  Bej .i .'":
f..t Bale, nearly new.
Cm    nnd  s,-(. bow  much   mor.-  fOO
'Can   |<et    for   your     mon,.).   Iier,.   Ill,in
elaee here
! Alex. Speck
SECOND   HAND   STORE.
cid \\ atcbea fur La lit
l
D|
The   Grown   up   Pollards.
Tonighl   'h,,   Pollarda    wil]    n
l'"i,'    :'"w   to   tin;   New    Wi'simiiisier
public :,   ;, oompany of grow-up l.iin-
Foolisb putlana    That i.ho.v are grown-up and
may tali Ij take their place as atai
m
iia th.- theatrical world wa�� clearly dem-
minute and on his feet the oi .ti     ,   ,,.,   i|H,  perfoTmancea    la i
Hon.-.,.  and   the   Mountain   slid.-     In
il.,-   lit-'    the   victim   Mauds   <.n
:n ad one
'iev     Ills bin is suddenly sw.-pi trom Fridaj   and  Saturdaj  In   Vancouvei
n    head   and  while   he    la     valnl*.      "Fun on  the  Bristol"  is  th
���parching for lt, 11 comes back as aud- the,  lv,   chosen for their pieaenta
deni) as ii went and land, ai h-s feet. Hon tonighl     n ie u play thai made
in the  Mountain BHde, with  a  piece a gn |n \,.w y���rk Bn(_ i,,,,,,|,,;
of carpet aa a wat, the vteltor glides ,yi Th.i feature ol   the com
edj,  musical  fan e, <u   whatevei  one
may call % clevei   rshlole foi   raude-
illle la the dozen or mure pretty
songs, in the pice, ami a�� man) clev>
er dances, There are mam icream
funny situations .-imi novelties.
Bach one ol the yonng -.u-im ha a
pari  that flta exactly.
MAKE YOUR APPtAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS,    The   Morning Paper,
(
Edison Theatre
Animated     Picture.     and     |||llitrated
8ong��.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program   ohanged Monday.   Woo
Deodar and  Frida .,,,,  ,���.,.,,,,.
for ladles an.i chl i .., Batardaya .it
2:110 p. m.
Silver   Watches,   i;.n:
$6.00.
Bil vi r Wah baa, geata1   i  ���
17 DO  -..,
\i-. nl    for    Waltham
watch Ba
w i-i it repairing a apedalty
F. CRAKE
7uro   itnort   from    O'#o.   Aitomt.   >>""
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   D.   C.
Telephone  13. Office, Eiglith  St.
Repairing of gana, umbrellas, "
..rn.-.     in.i Hghl .. itomatlc '"" :
cry and  bicycles ii specialty
Alex. Speck
Columbia Bt     "Man on the Wbae TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1909.
'IUL   DAILY   .;].;\VS,
PAGE THRU.
WK ARK US1RG rUU -AKADlAi
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Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE D18TT-ICT I-pom a:: _
pram ami rmn w ...        \"
il,.   COWAN  ((>..  Ilfl    roRoNTo
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1    Father Pat
���   A   Hero  of  the   Pioneer  Days  of
J British Columbia.
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SUNLIGHT
'SOAP
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CHINA
Br    j brie  of  sit   klnd*--Pici-jrd'., p., , ,,��� ^^
IdM  you s��*  cost* more, but none  :.   ,      v..
Tnerr n no finer mad* to plej��e  my  tr  ���, trade'"
���   m.  very  fin. and the g..o__  ar.        .   jhgr.de
CHAMBERLIN, The leweler
.  I    AGENTS   FOR   PICKARO &   HA -,;, tv.   NTCg  CHINA
waa
ten-
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Lei. terbrook  Milling Co
Eturnc     B   C
mpany,
F.lUR!      FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $72.   per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JtWEL %b T,   pet Bbl
TERMINAL B6-Z9   : ei Bt.
HINDOO   FLOUR M-SO par E!
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TIME   TABLE
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s"<'fl ;     CANADIAN    NORTH
Wl S-ESTEAD   REGU
LATlOttl
' ' ��� .-r-o eecuoa   : I ��������
Manitoba, t>j��--tin
-������"�����- an-. lai ��� ��  i   ���
���a 'iv*. j-    -in- t>�� fa-, n.. * ���. >d b��
i the note bead   '
::.��> ovei ik yeai
'���' ��� gi "t onogaarwi net
... ,
naura >r -��� ����
'I I   -    tnt: >        tv- I
:,    ....    the    _,.,       -V    Bl
1 ' la  \ahm i   11   ��ub
��"!, t   d  wfeli h ths
Batr) ...  preay may.
ll     .it   an   age;
������   I!,.-   !_:!ie      lie V,
;.,ll,rr   Bl   ail Bl   3ri
Iti a.ier.
���   ��� r  ;��  M-julrt-il   ;���
' u.i duties under oaa
���>���  , lan*-
'  Btl  moiiiii-,
...vn  ,.f  il,.    ..ml   la
three war*
���     vi '.. i    in...,   If   >>�����   BO
::, the   " qal ���
b)  iivnK en   tarmiai
"-a-loly   bv   blHi    n>.t   lan
,  ... rea te aateat, te
lla   b<*itie��lrad     Ji.nl
i  tea I  wlll  m.t   Ilieel  Hu*
S.S. Kerland
i. a\.- ,.. , ���     it Ia in.; i
I a. arrive si
Mc idem  Landing   ,t  I M a n-.
��� |    11:40    v    arrive
\ .**,.. ��� ��� ��� ,m
:       .   ���  ... <   "   p
.   ..        Port in'   - al      KI pm.;
,  M p in , ar-
.    .   m  \ tea * Lai Ite   al t 11 p m.;
��� ,   Port Hat i        ai
.   -,!���'��� |    ll!   I    ""
Leaving   B    &   K    Wnarf,   daily   ex
cept  Saturday
���
'
u
tt* i
t ���
I*
as. , ���
on _
���  i.uiier (or OBOtDer, if tha
���.. -".H of ,i bomaeteadet
aent  residence on  farming
I  solely   by   him.  ui>t  leal
'    ���   IM)   acre*  in  eiletil.  In
���   Ol the ,i��mi-*!��>.i I. ur up-
aataad entered fur by him
v., �����Ch homesteader may
|*r'"tm I,!* t)Wn r.-nd^r,, dutlM by
"nK *lth the father (or motner).
'" Tba term "vicinity" In the two
Jt*WIi I i.aragrapha la defined aa
i'"Mu nol more then nine wllea In
o("r"" Una, exclusive of the wldtb
""i'i  mlownuoea  QfMMtf     In    the
���"���Wtament,
*-j    v   hiMiiesteadoi   Intt.nillng    to
^r,"r,n  hla   residence  duties  tn  so
'   with -_,.  ���.,<,��� Whiu, living
,.r on  fat mini lun,I own
KMmKlfW.1
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLAHTIC SUA" SHIPS
,UVUU UQl_.C^^G='
Voe will find 11    i V
���   ���
,.  . ���-. . nd to travel ot
. |   ���     . - ;   trlendi
Sailing  From  Quebec.
I .. , .....   of   Ireland ������ J"'y  2
Empress of  Britain My  16
l\,r   otl ��� I   datl *    U ,!   | ���.''!'   U "     ��P
it *���    I ���
E  QOUL-T,
C, v  K   Agent.
al !,
t,r
81,
a Ut,
_  _elt must notify the agent
' iiistrici of such Intention,
ib.
:    "'hs' bOtlop m wilting tettal
'" to tho Oommtoilone* ol Do
"���a Lands at Ottawa, Ol intention
1-Plj  for puti-nt.
W. W. OORT,
��t Um Mini-tt-i* of tha Interior.
I.
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27
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14
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FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
Ai��vIupi.
Royal City Mtlla
Carnarvon aad Teath,
ROyal Avenue n"il Wfkth.
Fifth Av.uue and Twelfth-
st, M.iry's Hoapltal
Second and P��ri* "ow
Columbia and Dtt_< rta.
- Bapperton
Royal Columbian boapital
queen's   Avenue and   BlXth.
Third Aveim-- and Bacon*.
Elfth Avi'mic and K-.u-th
- Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
Third Avenue and Tenth.
Amirs ami Slitii.
- Schan-e Machine Works.
Oolumbla and McKen.le.
-C. P. R  Station.
-Small * H'"'kll�� MUh
Diaklng oi   thla  greai
given the Beat
11 .���    i., the -*"' nuouy   _
'' " ...vri..    It  i�� to    I,'   a   I   j\
apir.ts    "i    tne  ���a' f.
- olumbla owes  JO��_^.
.....   and pro i
hi   tod        ojo ���       Hut
> i. red ior the
themael rea and their
: l  OUt   Ol   11"e   gl   :.I
���    :     Qd rei] tracks
bave been ctea
. v,ii"   ��� rave   an i  persevering,
. v ���      .    rjp,    year,   ...   tb-ir
ertng to the spiritual
gnd colonists.
Hen i va   one of these.   Ear
and known and lov.d,
from    ��� .j,.:. -.    ���,, Kernit- and
Donald i on     i   Patbei Pat To
hon   . extent a  man  of m-
..,;,.   ��� i   ,,!   Henry  Irwin
<lo, r.  �����������,. ilowa .r> not  ;.>���---
Ibli   u   d       nine    But in the aketcb
M'*   Jerome Mercier
whlcb   i. een   ;"ii^ii-ii.-1,   ws
iiiel ami ���   ��� . :��� i,.    0|  tt,,. great m-
Ouem ������ bat bi  e* rctoi I  es
pecial I . igber  in.'in-.-:
..- ., |   ,mi oon 'i ti
tion ca
Pat! ea Irishman, born
amid ��� ���    intalna te WbH-
H.- ��� ������ ���       ;   o Id chnrcb school
ol   I - .     being    iK-.iin-,
V ��� .". !.      M   lUnl     K.-lll.'-.l .
������'.., :--iicies,
id  colleg.,  he  was
and trom >
.,���������. dei Ire to   >
in.- aboni thai
cm .. j iii tb
���  en ol R igby   when   b<
���
��� ������  ol  hf  lifi
imbte In  Apri
poi Bishop  81
Mr   Horl    ....        ������; Kam
-. I    . ��� :.    a     ���
ni ong the var
i .-���     n  md around *be
dty    In 1881 be a ������ | to Uou-
���       .. ��� . -
the c   i-   u.  i'.- , i  line
��� ��� -.  .:.  ;    gross,
���.  n ti
He del nol conlini
....  cam]
A i ��� ���
the �� ���
i!ike     An   ncideni  quote I
'  ���   .
urmpatb)   ..I   tbe  bladlj   mtesionai.
.-;.   . .. occurred
the Uvi
.   ol  the   worki ra  wei
-. - ation  wivi  Donald waa cut
I the a _oe  ol    '���-   ol thi
M     ... en   a     wil i wii
Out the body of 1 I
ng of thl    i-'. ther 1
ad | net the   "i-   :v '
v   ���     ;  woman'a aniletj     He
. nn <.ut  to thi
-, i     Ui    . ��� ding    '  ���
toned by the att
.     made hi-, waj to where thn
Then  be  started  bai k  to
��� lib It and after m a
. ,     , icap s    ������ ached    the
ii   a    Hi   waa awa) two d:.>    :m.l *.i
tl  nlghi  i��   spenl
���.���a,- .   >  11 ^11 :
.'.id
.. ara   vlgorona  stork   i
le ol Ihe Bellttrta Henrj Irwm
,,   \. �����.   W.'.iminster  ,i*  B
nd domestic chaplain to
In ih,- following year, in
- .. * as mai ri.-.i ������  atlas
tenee,   daughter    of
v ��� ���     ,,(ii   \l   doc
But the v. ���-. ba
ned   waa  ,!.-stine,i   to
la,t ��� et a time, for in No-
.. >,-.ir Mrs. Irwin
,,io<- -   severe lUnen oa]l
In  iv-'V '-"H ,w0
Pal   returned  to
B   , .   a >i. aire to dj -
vi work Ot ta.
pkme ��� '' '���  I:"'" "n
priest   to Roi Bishop   Dari
Hen      , ' -'"ilie
..h- grief tt 'll tutjl. J*'
. . ,w'r   K-
aveatentiy
altuati        s oftei  ,���','""
..    .       :>i   the   :���   ��� ;,,Wl1
tbai . Herii I-
...
nne;.. ���   .I"!       I
in.. -  inl   ��� attng years
F-thei  Pal ��� aback. I
oa d b)   wai  always open   H. '���
great  .i  lu>
.. ooaataatlj  bad *omi
,,,    ,r ,    |    ..'IIOW    CIV,mu.-   to   *"������
wrn . te to clotb *
tb.   blu   darry of the mim ra as '11S
ime.   The more t Ivli se l
..,     . wardrobe waa oonsiantij
diminished bj   tbe Inroad       :
llis ,.  K    i oharlt) "    His .in,* and
��� . authoress tells us, wen
_jv,. io others Hla door waa evei
,' , to tin- mon Thej ini-.li' smoke
��� h in chai w.ih htm; and men in
,,,, , ..iiid nee of auch talk be would
lead man. -��� iKK)i' hllon to eonfeaa
bis taults, to aak advice, to remembeT
tin. better We of the past
i ii,. Rev, O a Procunter, Rector ol
Rereletoke haa ^marked ol bta felloe
prleat: "Hla great u>*>k waa human
nature and bis best Bertnon was a
pme i|f��'" Aneodotea ot his practical
gympathj and kindly nature abound
in RoBaland to this day, and this '"
leresting aketbh of Mrs Meroler contains many. He was the beloved
Padre of "he miners. Over mountain
and valley, hy trail and by road he
perpetually trudged and travelled, ���"
ways on etwada of mercy and love
���Vs Btehop Hart has Bald in his I"'
taoe to 'his  b*��k "It  was    beoauae
Hciny   Irwin   always   showed   hlmBOll
to he unselfish, tympathetlc and anxious to help others _ tht> very utmost
of Ills power that he won his peal
Influence among the pioneers of It  C
anil  I ha t   his nnm.   and  memory nit*
held by them In affectionate respect
The end of tills noble worker was ���
painfully Mid one. Things had become
dsirk and unpTomiai-K Mi Fairview
camp in 1901 und Father Pal WM '"'
hi* way home to Ireland for reel and
chang.' at thp suggjiatloii of tha ,,:s*
hop.    He  appeared  to have ..ot  out
flic finest  fabric is
not   too  delicate to
he      . ,-ly     washed     witll
Sunlixht    Soap.       V.licn
other soaps have injured
^r*v A    your linens
V
_nl     laded
the  coloured
things,
re*
member
the
word  S
un
light
''* *J   J
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(<. J*
THEY Will STAND
CIOSE ACQUAINTANCE
MADE BV
TH��8��CKMANKERmLIMJC
>   CAIOABY ALBERTA'A
���nauficiuias oi a ..ci*.*. iooos.
of the train before r.-achlng Montreal
and tramped along aome riistance.
Ho waa picked up by a farmer on the
Bault ;iu Reooltet road ttie next morning, with his feet badly frost bitten
After receiving medical vt<-ntton th.-
Buff, er wai taken to Notre Dam.
bo . and thouirti every att ntion
bestowed upon bim by the BU
be paaeed away a tew daj . lat-
Th��- pathetic clKumatencee are
excellently told by Mrs. Mercier The
f!/ody of the beloved missionary wai
��� :��� ight to N.-w Weatmlnater and laid
to rest, ln the presence of a greai
crow,) of fri-nds. In the cemetery ai I
Bapperton by the wde of the wif.- h-
loved ao fondly.
EATifER   PAT;    A   HERO   OE   1HK
Ear west. By Mrs h rmne
M'-r. |.-r M.riciiin ic Oibbs, Glou
oester, England, and Morej &. Uo-
New Westminster, h c.
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E-iiirne. H. C    May 20, ISKMI.
The Braekman-Kei   Milling Co.
Ud:
Dear Sirs,���Althongb I rti.i
not at flrst relish the BBVOT oi
Cavt-rhill's Barley Hakes, altvr
oaing them a t> -��� times 1 acquired a great lik u^ tn them,
and can now sir. after several
mon*.hs' steady us,. th.it for me
they are the best Hreaktast
Food on the mai ta; tbey have
B flavor of which I do not Ure,
and are very .-a* I. digested.
Yours truly,
MRS.   I    E   SMITH.
The above should be conv,ncing evidence of their food value.
Ask your grocer for a package, 15c.
Your baker for a barley loaf.
If you bake bread, ask for a 10-lb. sack of Barley Flour. Made_
by the aame proce** as Barley Flakea; a book of recipe* vtith every
aack;   we   guarantee  this  flour.
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
WE   ARE    READY    TO    SHOW
yoi how lt is cheaper to buy our
liijih-class builaimg matenaia
than it Is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings buiH with our materials that never need repairs.
W�� can point t_ come others
that need repairs al! the time.
E:: they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies''
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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SEA!TLE : ,
,,,BM���" ""''"MUTTON, VEAL, POBK
S.s Princess victoria leaves van-'
convei 11 ;. in. going dir,.tt to Sea-
tie  >.        exo ;,-   Wednesday - Freah  Pork   Sausages dally.
S.1-    Charmer  leaves   Vancouver   t.
p.m.. dally for Victoria
SS   i'rincess Charlotte leave-   wn
couver   Ifl a.m.  dally,  except  Enday.
or Victoria
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA      ROUTE
S.S   Trader will leave \ ictona Epi
New   .'��� ��� -��� ���������:iii:i*t.--  every Tuesday.
1,.   .���-.* .N.-w  Weetminstei  oa  **.��� i
needs.
Best  of  Farmer's  Pork.
pAciric
Meat Market
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.ti. Tee*.
l_t-_.v-s Vlotorta 11 p-m. let and 1. li
. _ ��� month tor Quatsino anJ way
; rta; twentieth of ea.h month lor
Ahcuset, yua-.=>iiio. Cape Scott and
w.ty ports.
Phone 192
McMENEMY I ANbtKSUN      Columbia St.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan
1-eav..   Vancouver   1   pui    daily,   ex
,-        Sunday.     Leaves  Nanaimo at  7
tm.
.-
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess   Royal,   Leavea   Vancouver
.   ..", and July 9.
Princess    May    leavea    Vanoouver
June 18 and J uiv 2.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princ-r-.- BearrtCe :>-.,vts \uneouver
June 13 and Julv "
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Qu.--n City leaves Vancoaven
} ne 14 and 17, and ever, two weeks
thereafter
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
Prom  New   Westminster    .Monday.
iVedueaday and Friday :it S am
Trom Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at T ,i m
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
Eor   reservations   ani   Information
call or address
Ell    GO. LET.
A cent, ^w Weatmlnater
C.   II   EOSTER.
\<<t.  (len    Paaa  Apen:    Vancouver.
,T.  W.  'IROl IV
General Buperintenthnt  victoria
Take notice, tha: an appllcatitm
.. - d made to register Peter Hen-
derson aa tne owner in tee simple, un-
,),-: .i iax sale deed from the Roevs
aud clerk of Surrey, to The Corpora-
ton bt .lie Township or District of
Surrey, bearing date the 31.t day ot
December, A. D.. 1$01, of all and sin
gular that certain parcel or tract of
laud and premises situate, lying and
being in the Disnu-. of N.w WtSt-
uii.-..' in the Provinc.��� oi British
Columbia, more particularly known
aud described as l>its 3 and 4. of
Block 4. being part of Lt,*.-. 7 and 8,
Group _. Map 456; Lot 7 of Block 4,
being pan of Lo'-s 7 and 8, Group 2;
Lot '.'. of Block 4. being part of Lois
7 and ., Group 2.
You and those claiuiini; through or
under you and all persons claiailug
any interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest ;n
th.- said land by desCa-m. whose title
ls not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Regtetry Act." are required to contest the claim of the tax
purclia.. r within forty-five days trom
the d.,v of the first publication of this
inn, upon you. and te default of a
caveat cr certificate ol li? pendens being filed within such period, or iu default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will he forever .stopped and debarred from setting op any claim to or in respect of
the siiid land, and I shall register
Peter Henderson as owner thereof in
fee     And I hereby ordc.  thm publl-
eat on ol _.i.* notice fer thirty days ln
a dali] newspaper published in New
Westminster, will be good and euffi-
ciiii  service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office.
New Westminster. Province of British
Colun.aia. this 3rd day of May, A D,
1909.
C. S   KEITH.
Distiu-   Registrar.
To Yok Chee, Chew Sing Kap.
John  I   W'eir.
NEW
Summer and Autumn Goods
for   Ladies  and  Gentlemen
A beanttfa] Une cf material for
tailor made costumes and suitings has
just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit and good
workmanship.
WING  YUEN
Ka.. ng   On   Wo A  Co.   Block,
Columbia   and    Mclnnaa   Sta
Phone 54. P. O. Roa 6��5-
IT   PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWB
jP.Burns&Co.,Ltd.
announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVES, Local  Manager.
COLUMBIA   STREET.    PHONE   101.
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baa i.'^n falling upon the latter, sad
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all legal business    The proylnc,   has
Dally News Publlsn.   _.,v,.n   ,,1(_   I)onnlll<M1   ������.,,!,,   |!MI,.   .,,
��� d. at tbeii offices,  make the selection of judges
The Daily N'.-ws lilock, corn, r of Mi
Ki ri/i.-   >   I   v. tor a    tn eta,
THREE   TUGBOATS  TRY
TO   SALVE   SEA   LION
"GET THE HABIT"
The Last Special
POR  THE  SCHOOL, CHILDREN
THIS TBRM
E.  A.   Pa.ge
. Managing  Director
ANOTHER  CANARD.
Victoria, June 11    Tu| tl      :
work    :. an effort  to  - . re '
wreck  of   the  Pugi ���   Sound   Tn.
-any's tug Bea Uon   lying In
��� nty-iwo tetbama of wai      ���   ���   miles
.-a*:   ol   Race   l.oi-lv       . I.e.-
Id ..' ih.���...-,      lm
i i.-' ... the bltta of tbe ������ ibmergi.. .���
sei  with   which   she   waa   towing   Uv
barge Oharger and with tl ��� isslsl
of the Wyadda and Plone*
to dray tbe  a reck  ol   l hi   Bi a
I. on    to    shallow.-!     water      ��b r
���    ���    of nii*in^ th,. vessel ��iil  be
.1     The Sen   Uon  hi I   UO tons
of coal   n hor bnnl
��� i  the effort   to  Bo u  h
Ineffective
_ Thick Scribbler* for
2   BotUes   Black   Ink   for
2   HB.   Lead   Pencils   for
5c
,5c
,6c
I;   ��� In   the   .
pe efl   ���
publl '��������� ������ waa to be ri
id ���: offl       milling ii
cii>  In D it bad
a  would : ���   ii of serloi
to Ne_   '��� er.     B ll
���er ol   Vi v:-   altogi thi
sad we a pri           Hon. Mr.
Pugal. - - .:.-       "i    'he  ata
Tbe       ���  ��� ippeared In a   ���
ter way to t                - Ij clrcnmstan-
liai
,,f |      .. ���     whii b turn<
oil!   ��� ''' v
anothi r canard hai
mlna] c '��� I
,
Th<    llstr'ct
ment of Pu ���        '���'
,._ in iv ���   .-ail lrom
\ In IS -~   and  owing   to  t&e
centi V   ; a of New ^
it-  locatto en re
gard, i aa   advents ��� vd conve
nient     We never heai    nl   ������-���
plaint having
bein? at all unsuit I  it is certain that Vancouver would noi  ��� B
any thin*.-   lifci   tbi    - un ��� lienw
a.* :, location for the office. The
presence of 'his tmportei ment
of the State ha_ been o[ real advantage to New Westm -* .nd its removal ari .; mean a distinct loss in
man;, ways. No doubt the Vancou-
ver people would much iike to have
th- office removed there, but, at presenl at all event-*, there is neither reason nor necessity for such a .bang-.
V-t it would not altoeether have
surprised u* *.f the district office
had been removed from the Royal
City as a result of the miscievoug tae-
*ic* i f *h- -.ember for this consUtu-
ency. Not satisfied with having
devoted Ua two yean - ao which he *-,-���. having fiaims aeainst trip
spent in th.- cool shades of hope to R< ������ b Co.. Limited, aro re-
the   oarai tenl   pouring   forth   of   rile '   '' present them at once tar
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
md   all (or tin  aa::
FOR   SALE   CHEAP
Five   splendidly   locaied   ou  on   ��    erta  street    Sapperton.  easily cleared   elegant   view
per   lot.   on   easy   terms;   you -        4      r  IMaa at once
A   twoatcry   house  on  Ced.ir   I'reSt,   modern,   good   location, price   $2200 0. .
to   arrange.
Three   lott  on   E.ghth  strert    '    lng   Moody   park.    $1-150  will    uy thes. f
are  easy;   $320  cash.     For  the 1 i ���   '   ���'��  Pcr  mCr|th.
Al   of  the   above  ar.  good   I    ���     '   '    BVeetmeirt
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,   Columbia   Street
PHO'.,
SHERIFF S    SALE.
....        ol      Brltl
a     ���     We-vni'i tei     o wil
lue of a writ <
,-        .      ..     j ��� :
md ' '
,'      V. .1!     ol
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Bl   BJJ   oil c a
\      -..    ��� on      lond
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ereof I I ��� -:. id
a- ���        VII thi
title  and  inter   * ol       -���    C    W al
��� ������     .   Bl
v-rest   m    .-ixt;, foui     hares     in  the
screw r l 5 *'���   ions;   built
In   1904,  wood    '���'���  mi     carvel   bn
. -      .   UO f - '      ��� . in   :��� 5-10 " ;
. ol hold. J ;. in tee        i d
,. lind-rs     "   an I     I   tei
of  stroke,  9 In -������. ower,
Ti rm   v i   ���      ,
T .1   ARMSTRONG,
Bbertll
Sew  We ������ tone  ll   1909
TENDERS   WANTED.
Shirts
Shirts
Just arrived. 50 dozen Men's Cambric Shirts, in the very latest i
terns    $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, S2 00
2-") dozen Men's Negligee Shirts
75c to $2.50
Tenders will   . red bj
- -    1       ,    to   the     21��t 'of   J   :.
1909   for  '      con --.ruction  and   ���
tion of  a  vv er trestle  bridge  ovel
Glen   *,.*,�� -.     *.   . K'h  are-niK-,   within
of N ������������ minster
Plans   con    Ions    of    contra. ���  and
n be seen a: the city
Tbe '���       I Or ..ny tender :.- * am ��� >���
*.;iril\   iccepted
W.   \    Dl  N'  AN
CtT   (Ver*.
CH Ina* 10  UM.
NOTICE.
STRAW MATS
Prices range from 50c to $5.00.    All the latest Styles
ACME CLOTHING
���. : ���    ; .- .jriny
ahns..- and ' mny upon  'h?
head-   ' tbe I.  - -       ��� ' ��� mm Ut, from
the Primi   Minister downward, he ha-
.... ���
:.::n   by   makinc
baoeli   - rges   and     attackin^-
heads of oni -ment and another
No doofct I force him-
- ���    ���       .-.      ��� .'.---
i*-r���      genet in .z*A to drai
-���������-������.-.   ���    ���  ���     v.   tm ten-
bat tl i to make himself  obnoxious  to  both   iMes  ot  thn
Hou.     *'���          ��� In
..���I- r(ty and li   - ������      on It a i
���   -��� . -  - ���     ml or ;,rofir-
able
-���'  *    eni      All accounts due te
named firm n. . aid fori
to tbe underfilled.
J. R_BOK_NBACt_
O, Tfrx 47:, s>-irr Westmlnsti r
A. CHAPPELL, Manager
I Specials for Today g
BATHING  ACCOMMODATION.
Il  Is  a strange    circumstai
that  is  almost ir<r..        n lta  dMrac
ter, thai    though    Nev.- Westm i  '
has   Eor   its Southern   margin  or..-  0
tht-  .-,-.-   riven    ot th.   world,  aa
that .,!-< rwise there   -
water     ai
' ""' ��� ' ��� ���   ���     e for what in
termed thv- .... ��� .-,...
people.     That is to -ay. there le nt
oonvi Dieoce for   al  Ing 01 - wim
7%   need foi tee 01        inch >
ita.ll
reH tbia summer
���-C-       i rwlmml | e< ���
a   valuable  ad I      ��� tbi
: .   ���
���
vl
B    WO lid ������   1      ,
\    ���'
centi i        placed,    wo ild      |       Lbij
prov.
'   ' prohtable
!r,-'-��      ' ' many i  tabiisfa
an i   Brltl b
tosrna  ,-.-��� d cltli ,,   0\  wblch
are  " ncentlvi
lo cii   Qlin.      and alth.      tl
���v"'"'--* to u   thai a public bath mlgttl
well b<    ������ ati d   n Quei n - part    b
i,l:" ��� '   In   ������   no Ition  convenieni   tor
supplj   ' v tbe r���u   --,  !1(.|,  Uliliu ,h,.lt
b    laid  from Coquitlam tei'
Women's   White   Canvas m
Blucher Cut Oxfords, per ^
ASK   YOUR  GROCER   FOR
COURT  OF  APPEAL  TO  BE
ESTABLISHED   FOR   B.   C.
Wctoria, June n The provincial
governmenl have noun. ,i the Ottawa
authorities thai the aci providing tor
Hie i . titblishni. in of a coun Of appeal
lor thla province will be brought Into
effect in August n.-xt.   Th,- act con_tl-
"iiinn   the   < i   waa    lassed    some
years ago bj the Dominion govern-
11 oat, but the . ,,iin waa noi formally
appolni .1 until ih,. action takvrp bj
iln- provincial authorities [�� rill
oonslut of five fudges, and under the
nrrangejnaa. the Dominion will per*
.n't the proviiK-.. to nominate en -
m.-iiii > r, Th.- court wil] relieve the
'���  '       in  ..���  much of thi   worli  thai
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
A-td se* that  you gel   I.
ANOTHER   CARLOAD  JU   ST   ARRIVED
For   Wheat.   BaVr,.   Oats,   Chop,.   Chicken   Feed,   Bra-*.   Shon,
StC.  ask   u��.       We   will   see   that   yrj   get   .1   promptly
HALE BROS. & CO.
Phon��   315
LTD
186  COLUMBIA   STREET P   o   D-a*er  '
m Shirts
Shirts
i
IN    BLACK      TAN.    STHlPEO   UND   PLAIN   MATERIALS    I
CUT   IN   BODY   AND   SLEEVES
HBK
BIG
SHIRT
Fer thi WORKINGMAN
A GOOD. ROOMY
SHIRT EVERY   ONE   SOLD  WITH   A   GUARANTEE
Shirts
Shirts
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
S.*n of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN  B.C
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
������������nnM I
Advertise   in   The    News    ��� TUESDAY, JUNE  10, 190.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE -TVfl.     -
' HI
I  sh Store
T. H. Smith
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T
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THE
Cash Store
'���'     i '.CEPT   SAT'.: DAy
���������������eeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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n
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Special Sole of
hildren'
Regular Values to $1.50 for 75c
Owing to our stock of these goods being far too
heavy for this time of the year, we intend to makea
reat effort this week to reduce the stock by fifty
per cent \\ e have placed an unusually good selection o_ these goods out at a very moderate figure,
and it will certainly pay mothers to come and inspect them.    Come early and secure the best choice.
Values to $1.50 for
��� ���  ..-I  time for
* >IINO   SUITS
���  -
-.. .
. ~.  - . ���
tt 'jO
���   I  AD:_S
-VSM   DRESSES
H   J   00
sill o
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a ��5   0C
'���.-SUA'.     . ALUES
'.   WHITE    WASH    SKIRTS
|    Wi
uu)                 ;.    'lar  P��
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|1 ',
-OWNS
G    ING AT 50c
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In ill         ��� ,                             ,;r' J
L   *0c   DRAWERS
n .'tc
?.6 INCH  JAP  SILK
FOR   50c   YARD
���i  ynrda  of  cream  and
- _     full   .:>; virile*
��� d< -   Ibe 'hi- sa the
���.:: quality of this all-
one       K-ffiilar fir
 50c
SEE   OU-   LS    RMOUS
STOCK   OF   TOWELS.
We   a-- ������...      assortment      of
towel* o' ever) arr-cr,pt.on. Huckaback. Turi>,��r\ .vtton an_ hnen. and
II you need nothing .n this way, this
i* the place to pel    I
Hack   To��ei* ��� vie-.i
per pal 35-
T i-kUli   To*.'
trom   p-r i>rtlr    ��� - iilC
1. ��� vi   T,.��. :*       -.'i*. ' ""I
I     n or ebeeb    linen    sta
ctotba     ��� ���... :i 8k
in  Ti ...1*   ;  10c
CHILDREN'S  3Sc   GLOVES
FOR   tic  PAIR.
v ebttaiera a t.ifr.-: ,
-,   .i   variety Ol   OOlO- '
. rt      -i/e hi 'his lot.      R
tor,    ait     i-c
-.    arlth   i
illched   hem        ll
WASH  GOODS
V.a.t thi* sect'on of the store .".nd
ba convinced that we have the finest
Itoek  of wa��h  g.*od��  in  the ci<y.
llli., SNAP IN
NOVELTY SKIRT LENGTHS.
EACH.
hi onl)   of tfceil  a
In Unl    .    da .a   trli
���
outing akirta  all wool and aom
thlni thai  arill �� i ' ���    ,.n,
i;. niter ly *:' ft"'
Prints an -     muslins,    etc.
10c   ,      ,id in endless ooloi Ings
and  de     n
Shop     r.r|y     during     the     summer
month*;   store  closes  d.iily   at   5   p.m.
except Saturday,
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
QiyNews FURNITURE
a abort
Poi . nd
I :���_��� n at Tl i>"  .
i and L   i;   Da*rlesj
��� .   ind set at
1       :      P     bl   "���-. **
For value in House Furnishings go to
W.   E.   FALES
The Leading Furniture Dealer
UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER
612*618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
Who is Mav
ad led to
���i ���    and    i -    I'   O   '
REPAIR  WORK   ATTENDED  TO   PROMPTLY.
AND   AWNING   MAKING.
��� ���    li    spin:
O.O-l   ball on 'i i- day en
11,. ������   ��ril|  be _iptr I
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24    19, ������*, now in stock.      V
Ltd.
i ��� t ol  Bai .
.
fr .in tbe    Kr.v ���    and   i-
��� ��� 'i  a
'.'. at-.ii   wa -nt   ip
��� ofore   tbe   police   magi
ilk)- and fined $10 and .osu
That    tight,   dclldoos,    wnoi.���
bread  you so much  enjoyed  at  :���
friend'.. hou_e  ��a*  made  with  Kodln I
Hood Flour. ������
Wor I 1 city ;
of the death by drowning In Idaho of i
H   Powle, a yontb of twenty y-ars of
. age    who   wa*   r.-sider.-.   in   this   oty
��� a year ago.     Tbe -'-."eas.d wa3 I
t.      va ol J. Fowle, for a time super-;
ll       lent of tho Fraaer (tlrer Mills
The plea.antest way to spend Satur.
i: -fuinoon v* t.i take .. nver trip
t steveston and back. The SS
ter lea-res lirackiiian-K-.-r'.-, wharf
a1 . p.m. every Saturday, returning
__���!,,. evening Fan.- one dollar for
tie round trip. "������
Mayor Keary and Alderman li
f   ai teveral boars yesterday drl
:        : tbe city, makitig a tborou...
\- iti nation into the needs of     '������   .
terent  streets this year.      The.,   will
..mend macadam >'u some of tee
pr nnpal streets and gravel on those
.     ll   "ia     ll*'     :
New   pte���!���-'���<   ii.i:-.'- and
.^.uif-.rtu'.i.e.      Bowling   A......   i-Ton*.
atreet.
The  Westminst. r   bowlers have   ri
, eived an    Irritation    from Manet
I'lihurn to play vjje fir.-t game of duck
; in. tomorrow erentog at the Fender
*tr*-ei alleya,  but  bs the  locals haw
not yet become used to ihe new game.
tbe regular ten-pin  style  will  he con-'
���:iiu. d  for  tbe  present.
PICTURE       FRAMIN.
Successor to
HAWEIS
Royal Studio
ESTMINSTER, B. C.
ONE NIGHT, TUESDAY,
JUNE 15th
Pollard's Opera Company
Graduates of the Lilliputians.   All tbe old Westminster Farorltos, te
tbe Musical Production of
"Fun on the Bristol"
PRICES 75c, 50c and 25c.
Curiam sharp at S:l."..    Seats on sale   Friday   June 11     Entire lower noor
75c. balcony 7*.<- and _0e.
i        ... in  und. rwear,   i\   suit,   a:
_foore a, Front atrei I *"
Many happy returns of the day to
.1. L. Melnnes, city Jailer, wbo is uity-
-.hrrv years of ape He baa been in .
charge ol the lockup for nearly Seven
it- ��� I for nln. teen years been
.-���sr-iated with p..lire duty on 'his
oast te the city and on \'.u,wu\vr
island.
Mrs John MacKenzie will give a,
lawn tea on Tuesday trom S tc, I ;
p in. at    ber   residence, sv    Patrick
street The proceeds will be ap;..',- I
toward tarnishing the Westminster
Theological   hall. **
_U] membera ol St. Paal's Reformed
Episcopal  church  who  are attending
tbe Brat picnic of tbe season to _ng-,
llsb be.   are roqaestsd to be at 'he |
ri. Ck. I.   K. depot today a< 6 SO pm. |
The   return   from   Vancouver   will  foi- !
low Immedlati ly upon the conclusion
ol tho band concert al the park.   Spe* .
clai cars wii; conrej  tbe party.
The  coolest   recreation   during   tbe
warm weatber is to be tonnd at the.
BowUng alley. ** 1
Eastman's
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
Dinner Sets
We have ten dinner sets, regular value
$15.00 to $16.50   which we will sell for
$12.50
If you require one, don't misa thia o|S.
por'unity.
Adams & Deans
HE 0>mfort^
>f. a H0ME M
Agents
CURTIS'
are truly insured if you take out fire, life and accident policies in the reliable Canadian companies
which I represent.
The great advantage which I am able to give
over others in the matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing 1 will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALPRfcD    W.   McLEOD
.    INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. * PHONE 81
DRUG   STORE!
��*���_.    j ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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PAGE SIX.
THE   DAILY
WS.
Tuesday, june
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITKI)
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line  and   V. V.   and.E.  Cloverdale to [Sumas  Railway.
LACROSSE IS LOSING
GROUND IN OTTAWA
Sport8 of Capital Are Exercised Over Decline of National (Jame.
When this mark is
the outside of
can, be BUI
inside is thi
will pay you b<
inside or outsit
building.   I
warranty of rral   paint   value���because
permanence.    Trust it���you're si
ii
!���
L'8
It
Ut
ny
n
ns
paint
t*
Small Accounts
��� >   ... in ��� ..: th.- Canadian Sa
il |     . ui the east, an I moi
.:,)   :n Ottawa   I* troubllni
iwe i':>.   Pn -     bene*  tbe w>ii_w
ag lamenl
W hat  bas < 'in.- oven  ti,,   Sai
.:.,.   .,[   ,,i, r,, ���,-  u,  ottaw.i ���
Last Bai n   ... th,- crowd tbat ��� bi
-., Varattj Oval to ��.-.- tba N. L   t
opening  betw-t en  Capita      md  l
wail numbered not mor,- than WO >   ���
of thl.-   total,  aiiout   huif  ue.,-
aaimib-iona
Just before the gams started   I'
.lent   Dr    .1.   U   CbabOl    r.-in.ii K.-.i
the  paucity  of  th.- crowd   an |
that ii future tfam...  were not  prod
v..- <>t better gates, the iiBiasm back
or*. would drop out at th.- end of
eu. .ti     it  onl)   im-iint  fataa  .i- tn
itvep     III     theli      'rockets     tO    put    "tl
, -Btlna  tii.- | i-i.- r.-fuv, ,| ,,, seppor
Lflcro ....   I..,-   >�����<���,.   on   the   w.w,.
IH I INS I BOM MNT Til I.IIIIIN
Mnilr In tO _bntlrt lor ever, palm ���._
b>   Imperial   \arnlsb   .��   dolor t-o..   fuiuah,
ANDERSON & LUSBY
as  well a.,  large ones are welcome���
: n.-.-J ii..! wait until vour business ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
haa aaaumed large proportions before 9"*^* lilnc��' ���.*,���* c.ai,lta1-1 (lf _���*
op.-i^iui.' an      ��� ial
!
DO   SO  TODAY.
tbi- championship   l.a*t yi-ur the tea
wa.* fighting one and two -ill ���
with Te-cumseba   '11   accidents In tne
H^^B^^H^^H^^BH||(_i:..
You win receivi   every ooertesj  ta th.   back-ground,    fat their  wer,. bi
all mattera tetmated t.. ns, an.i ihi-r.   ____-_--,. ive���>  largi   gatas and a   U l
i.s nothin)' ;:, aafi  banking w,- can not  *j.< shown u- tt,,- end at tht   *���
Hut  there at* other an.i  mor<
tent   indications   the   pan...   in   dying
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth  Avenue ind  Mi-
SfAl II t
."tw
HATES :
Room   |!   yr   6t,   up.
Room   inrj   board   |.' M   p I -   ���-..,   ���,
r��3om   *r,th   bath   l_50   per   at,   jj
Room  with  bath  ini  boar ! \A _,. j,.
ItaMs room-   will ��_ . ii .
����'<-r   s'eam heat, loni
pfcOM   *Baa meets &!. I .:,
CARLETON  Oil i
perform.
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $53,000,000.00
The Royal Bank of Canada
New  Westrr.niter
F   B
B. C.  Branch.
Lyle, Manager
�����' *+. r.
MADE IN CANADA
Sealed tender, addreast 1 to the un-j
d raigned   md endorsed 'Tenders for
;���������  ���  OnTc    and  Cnatoma PBdngi  a)
Ladysmit-    B   C    Public    Building,'
will  i.        elved until    1:34 p-_o
U<    ...       ' .:.,   .'    1909   v.   thi    work j
", ��� od. ..- will not be considered unl ���*- ;:i_d-' upon an-i In ac-
cordan,... with the oondltlons con*
' ��� ed in form.-- furnishej by ix-part-
ment
Plans   and    sp'-cificaik.ns     may   be
r-.-u on    appUcaiion    u> Mr. Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building. Lady-
smith,  B   C. a_d at  the Department,
ol  Public  Work*. Ottawa.
N'APOLEON TESSIBR,
Secretary.
Department of Pui,lie Works, otta-j
-a.   May  27,  V&D9.
SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
Toronto. Ont.
A
S.S. TRANSFER
.   mmendng   iprtl  Ut the stt-amt-
Tmnafer    will    leavt     liraikman-K- -.
4
whad  ��� >'-r>   week  day  afternoon. �����>:
Beta      ���    at  _  p.m.  lor I^adner
il way pou*.      Ba
nrday  *:  .   , BL,   returning    to   v ���
ier Saturday  .v. ning.       ^^^^^^^^
h<
RUNS  TO   STEVESTON   TUESDAr B   ||   . , i-:g
\\ i :
p - delving  ���!-wr    ���     ' ������
cn u *<*4^H_--^-H-^-^-H-_���__H__
,>ut in ih.- Capital    The youncri ���
t-ration di^��_ u..t pte   v. n    b Can   ���
Square, and :ul tbe ..p.-ti loin aboul i a
,.' ���     bat   ��. re   forests    of
!H  the oil tours U.n >e;uw **���
���:���  aom ,s seated .,: ,-1 .,.- | ..
Lee's field and     -* .  li
.  :   :  ' ittae .1 i��vi   > ,.; ..
r,  l.    . v. r��   othvr   nl��ht   t>>
Bfo Bingham^ Bqnai
rod*,  b��< k  anj  forth   in
. -  i.'ianv    ia two tl
���j...      . . . ,\ :..��� a are UM
Bean -   ��   th*-  [*iml r��
ild 31        ���        Bd ii.-
Ps.**;- es and
members I
ter ihe b ��� ��� 1     *"
thi.)  could bike te thi ;
in I  -  ���   ate
T'ni-���.   ���*,:!�� ' i-n.    thl-   -��-J
son    lacrosse  will extinct    '���
Otl iwa. It Is a o
tte fact that 11 N
in       ... ���    ���
d,r. ..-tidy to keer
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE T1CK17T AQXNT
TO si M�� 1 vi   11 \ i.u
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Every 1 ij   n
BJBTWCXN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Mail Service
I '.-I., a  :..   I  -   I!..   bou-��
anj arrival .���: ���     1
I      "    ���     I ���   a
e*c b stag 1 be 1
whteh ia half a:. _
ibe '1 �����   :.  .   ��� ,.   ^ .. .,
unle���� other wis,
d
Tfc.    ��� :���
������
I
::.,     *
U
*.  *  ,,..-
THE THAI'. O-   PAMB
IT1K       SORTB-W-arTFJ-N atalto Despa
.    ...-       ..-������,
for   CObtl "Ri. OONfJ >    NCI, and
LUXURY      It is   light.*   w. b
*l��ctrici!y sad aa��. th�� mo
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returnliit.   leaves   V..-..ti_a[ii
week day morning, except Kri
day at 7 a ni . and l-adnir 7 45 an
I     ..... ��� ���  :.  in inland 6 a��
and 1-idn-r at t:lj am.
AdiV trip    Mon.lay    BBornlag
leaving Nee  W- fmin-ter ut I a.m.
This schedule    subject    to Obaag*
without r,otlc��-
For freight and paaa anger ratea as
ply  to
ROBKRT J..lli>!NF
Maaager
can     .-���-.
plat     ��
'ong-
: .    ! irate ta ibe ����� *vd   lb-
1   .;   !-��� r.f  cooul"' Bl     ���    I
smia-d l* sect tea sleep
r-. t :ui-   car
R   Owl
���
.   .      ii
1      '   ''
GERMANS SUPPLANT
BRITISH IS MUM
Ch*:r   tail    Urata
������iff,'.
lag . am
JV.r     I      r     . s    ��� ���
fort ber   nforn
��� ���
Or   ��b>
..      i or i
Aggrestive    Teutons    Occupy   Ccr-n
mental   Poitions   and    Interna
tional   TrouDit   Ensues.
P. 0. Boi 474.
Te!
Rea. 429.
THE       REICHENBACH
LIMITED
COMPAN . ,
Gasoline Engines Crystal Theater
We  Sell the Celebrated
PALMER  BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
Victoria,   lun,-   14.-The  liner-  __��
  Eg***.    Of     llllll.ltl    ..'I,.      1.1111,.
In tbe mattei ..f    '1  .   Wlndlni     p   ��rtlved     , Sat ante]   h
Aci      and    In ths    matter ol      .       both   brougbi     ���*     1   thi
I Reichenbach  Compan     ijh.i* d tnovemeni   In  Cbl -
animated pictures and ILLU5-      v  ,,, extraordina      nv..  .. pasaeaj i.ng.
TRATED   SONGS    OF   THE    VERY .lng of the above nam d company du.y | tt*b   n��-w*papw��   published   in   Japan.
r.    '       , -      id b) vi . -Dcouvet
.  and  sBBOk* i    t   a
-   .
aq4 Hall's P t
,     ���  ���    . _ ..... \
 Mm'-
All
Wi '. BB
���
    ik      ....i   aad   Bs
1!  90 a in - Vii.,
ra   Park, v.~ i        I ���
�� s
-   ., *   ��� III
.    .. '-..-���..
i . i  ��� ��� daj tad ��� ���
i   ��   Buraab)   I
. i-.        atnrdaj ���   Ladi ���
^^^^^^^^^_______________.      lialchi lr.-*:- !   ar
:.: averj ha.f how tkereaftn ,     u .     _
:���        - '   p Ul Tih . : ,
l^^^^^B Wt.lmin.trr tor '   ^______V
F. W. PARKER.
IM S. cond Aranns, J*��attl��
Railway Time Tables
B   C   E   H   VVeetmlnatef  Branch.
���V...   Da;  b   ��� r... ���
B ���   .. ��� i   : n-..      rei   '��� ���   See   Ifc'esl
ll.iDi.ter  a:  d  .Vo, b  JO. 7   2-.i ami  >  W��
HIGHEST CLASS.
palmer  n
BR08.T-O H
PROGRAM      CHANGED       MONDAY.
WEDNESDAY   AND
CIAL     MATINEE     EACH   DAY
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Adrr.isS'on���Children    5c,   adults     10c
convened and held . t the City of V w the   (^rrrmn��   are     siippiantini*     tn.
Westminstei    B, C-, on  the lOi     .. . British   on   the   new
jOl  M,     1901   the    followlnj . bull;  In Northern ch na. and   te
resolutions  were duly  pa->.*.-d. an    al or ta,, , , ���-    rh.-  rallwaj   in   ���
_ -. s.   equent general meeting ol  tbe been   ���  ,  ���     no that   ������ u
-RiDAY.    SPE   ,.���, of the aald    oompan . tnemU     .���      legation  staa  wh,,    >.
2:3��- dulj      livened and held at  tb. *-1' ,-      t       ���u.  .������-.���
place on  tbe  2<tb   day  ol   Ma;    ���  ��� in tl ntry   cl  wl     la no    on
following   r.-solution     was   duly   con-jhhi ��a> to l>oivlori to conxui: �� I
MmM
Brmed, namely:
That   the  companj
.   woun
Brltsb   ....  rumen!   on
aya  tlutt  the Chines.
'V- I
influem
couver at ��,:60  ( 20, 6:fi0   7:10 and �� r^iu^ ��.a\aii.
.-.;:.        \ ..-������ -      and
1:00 a.m., aad every halt notir then   snimii. .m;   N  it  north
." H^^^^^^^Bovi-r.lale
Sjnday   Schedule
'',:.   !���..,.   V*inc��>u��rr   Tor   New   U����t
mln'ter st   _ 00 and  '.  am,  sad ,,,,.|    hivsdaj   and  Friday.
seen   half   hour   thereafter   until     <
11   v p m '     *''  "   C   '  " ,n    "
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ -ur-dny nn extra mall l�� d.-i^.i'
 I
IPort K��!l�� .tally, Cteytoi
n       '���  .   PrMaj ���������'
bead on Tnesda        If
WE8TMIN8TER
Iron   Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Sire-!,   ���    New Westminster
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betwee;
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toro.-.c,
Montreal, Quebec,
{Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Alwi to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Tin"- Tab)ea, t-tc.. address
GEO.  W. VA'-X
Assistant Gen'l  PaaS.spr.gcr und Ticket
Afl-ent, KiO AJams St.. Chica__o. III.
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Tak., notice thai   in  ���
,. en mad,- to register F  McCieery as
the   owner In tee    ��lmple,    under a
vl    deed   trom  the  maj-ta   aad
b ci     il New We   nan
���<, (���' m, ri.-, i        ixlng
���   ������ ol Jan ,../.    \   ii, 1904, ol all
and    Ingulai   thai   " rte a   pan i
,,! ten : inul pi��� raises situate   iy
I    ��� -..     ta C11    ��� :  Nee
\\e-!i. insh r, In tbe Pro\ ince "i Bi it-
i ib Columbia, mon p u tlcul a ly h
and  di ai rlbed as  Loti 91, 92, 93 and
94,   of Loi ::.    Subdlvtelon Block ll I
Vou  aud  each   of you are  requir. ,1
to   colli.-st   lb.-   claim   of  the   tax   pur-1
chaser within for:,'.five day- from thi.
,dai.' of the first publication of this notice, otherwise I Bhall registei K. Mc-
cii-ci.  v  owner thereof in fee      And
'l hereby direct    that    publication of
iliis notice In a dally newspape.   for
thirty days, published at New  west*
minster,  will  be  good  and auffli lent .
j ervlce thereof,
Dated at the Land Registry Ofllce,
New Westminster, Province of British
Oolumbla tbU 26th day of Febriiai-v,
A.  D.,   1909.
Tc Joaepb E liaynoi*. Joseph IV
Oaynor Eat
C. H. KEITH,
District  Registrar.
All p< rsons served wiih ihis notice,
(and tin.*..- claiming  through or under
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���.V*n 1"*v*' NVw w",,,"ln"--'' f"T Van���jviMnrii"vte"Vanr��iv��*^^(
luntarily, and that Joseph Ree ti<-n-, ibe G<'rmana,  have  refn . eon ver at 1:00 aon., and i>��<-r- half     Btelaa and Beati ���
bach  be and  be la hereby api. in!
d itor for   i u   ��� ,   ol
K .IldillL'   up "
I tl ��� -'.       ���:   Vine   1909
I   REICHENBACH
Cbal
I  onl  Ibeii  a a rue men ii. and   ire appoint
ins iiertnaiis to all ' iltlona
'lh.- British ar.   not taking thl   ��������� i on
atthoufl   i,i.,' ea,  and ���       i
haw- ed to adx u
ial   until   the   Oern
.-1   ���. | .
I Id    belr i '���������
hour 'h' *>   ftl -   .nv   1" 00 ; B
: 1   N ! m
D   J    Mr.Ouarr t.   Local   Man.ige*,
Wtstrrmsfr.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon P.oute
^^^^^^M      Gr..4
p III
i.v.M
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ C R11 SL
Flctori i, Jun :. m
Bteam l nd i.v  H. t\   li
Hercule ... h ... . . . ���      ���., m
Antarctic aft*.   ������ ime I  i.,   Beattk
Northern Railway.
Bl     S. a" ���
STEAM   WHALERS   MAKE
A    SUCCESSFUL
.1 in
W     1 I    .. ;n
p Ill .
1 10 . n.
��� . ,. m
for   CONRAD,    CARCKO-8,   ATLIN.J!
io H.ni.ij. v.id. -Aiie.,  ii...   irrived two Ip.m
whit, u/ido.   ..������_, v,     _ m..n rw��*'kH  a^"   according   to  i.-tter,  re- Lv  Beeitl
WHITE HOME, DAWSON aad PAIR, orfMd   bj   th<    Interested   in     Lbejp.n
BANKS. Dally trains (except Benda  i whaling   bn lm        n   the   Vanoouver
carrying passengers, mall sxprei   and ,H,'U"1 '"���|'-'.   The caieh foi  tbi   aaa-
trelght connect   with   Stage,   a.   Car   ?��  ""f1"'! '''""  wti**"     '"'">   wwv
uiken   in   four   month       The   alore*
cross  and   White  llor..-, maintaining .hip,  which  acted as a  floating -*t��
I
p in
l.v    Seattle   1 1   1.".   ,. in
a m
i.v   .-*��� attle i'2 16 p in
p in
Beattli
I    Seattl.-
*��� attle .
,,.   s   \v. I
.,   N  %-.' '.
ar    N W. !"���
ar.   N W I
Ijihi B. point* i a  m�� ���_.
Tl'..-
6 j, in    Booond C   i'   "
N'w -,-   tails     'i . v.v
Ion ir-.n    lo sl    ���,. ���
!���,,������ Moodj    P tl  M< idowi    i'
mond   Pi "   ii o ��� - Mi'
an Hot Sprin,
Lytton   Lllloo. I   Bpi noes   I
,. .i   utd dlstri ill p.
excepi K---
���  t
i:
Mails   Rscelved
B thorough winter .service.
For Information apply to
.1   II. R009R8, Traffic Manai-er.
tlon for the arhalei brought home
14,000 barrels of oil valued hi $_..',.���
000. Each of the vvin, whaler- wii*
r,0 tons i. gii tei and i u ried t.-n men.
whll. th. ie wna a cnw ���f 50 on tin-
itofdbhlp
i   i ���  a in    Bialne  an-i    s>
lodtng all U   B   ,- teta   via ������
ll��l
^ |0   a in     V iii. out "���    .hi :
(aaoepl   i ������ Klaj |   rla B   C   '
.i | Railway.
;i nn ... in .... a in    Btran
i,\ ii.iiriei  i Taesdej sa i PVIda
:, ::o ��� ���    Vancouvei and   ���
via li   N. R
10:00   to    11   "i.   a m      l-*uln
iGuichon. Weetbam Island and
""* iday.   Thursday  nnd   Saturday)   v,"'
toi ward   via steamer .I   ��'   Btnca   (8ti
^^^^ -vc_ rla   -
io
���.'..
ith.-in   and
person-  claiming  any i
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminater's Home Paper.
lnteresi In the said land by virtu.--of
any _nreg!_tered instrument, and all
person* claiming any Interest In the
said land by descent, whose till.- ia
not registered under the provision, ol
the "Land Registry act," shall be
forever ,��� topped and debarred from
Betting up any claim to or In cespeel
of the aalrl land ao sold for taxr. a*
provided    >  the "Land Registry Act.''
FIWSYIVAMA SMITH. COAL
KAMI ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers A Preston
���fflce, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 106.
New   Theatre   r,,,   Victoria.
Victoria,     June    ii      .ir-nx-emcM-i |
aro  .iM io be non *-i n ,��� (lilI)(| ^jjere.
hy   Victoria   will   ,,,   ,,���   ,,   r���,w   ,)t>l.
O. N. R���Port Gulchon.
leaves New  Wet.nH_B.0T  on   T
dsy   at  10  am.   n-tiirn��  at  6   pO^^^^^^^^^
city       Leavea   Thumdav,   4   pm.   nr- |��oa deepatehed and mv
.. . -      .   .. , couver i
rive* In city Friday l:_B am   Leaves I    .    (|| , m     <���   ,,   ,,   ,.,.i  (first "���
3:60  p.m.,  arrlvea  In   dty l___t_arton.   Fruse,   Mills   and   Cogi
Frldsy   st
Saturday at 9 am.
I/eavea Port  (lull hon   at   1   p m   on
Tuesday,  6:30  a.m.   on     Friday,  and
Class  theatie        Th     ,,���,.  |���  H|a!<.(|   to
have  been sateen |        .,   ,.,������,.,. ���r I
Oovernmeni  and    |     .,,    iMv ,.ts   a
property owned  v   Mi     i.,     Aiin..
SOU,   who  Is   und- I   lood   to   be  COO  id
vrhly   Interested  in   |.���.  ,.,,,,.,,,, ls    ..,���,, j
to have secured a promisi. 0| financial
aagtetance from John Oori   'h.- well
known theatrloel men of Beattk    in
entire projen la lo <,. t |160,000
!6:30 am. Saturday.     Arrives at Port
lOulobOa 6 pm.. Thursday and Friday
Leaves Qnlcbon B .mi. .
dav;    iirtiv**.   1:60   �� m
l.envi.  N.  w   2:60  pm
cept   Sunday;   ar   niildion
ach    Week
du l li
ai
t x-
p m.
I Sap pert on,
lam.
1:00 p.m     Vancouver,
and  Kra-vr Arm.
1:10 p.m.--Seal Bnrnabjr. hy co.,
1   "-:io pm��� Buro-ltlam. by coun
:��;30  p.m.- Blaine -':>'-    ***Wt
eluding all 0. B. polnta
B in  p.m.   Beeond  Ball
'cteead mull from Sumas. and
Including  U   B   A   maSw, and
Em^v-r Mills
Central
cas'
Bi
Lever Brothers, Toronto win -.nd -wi
Iree a cake of Ihrir famous I'lanlol
toilet   Map, il  you mention  thia  imj��-r.
HE HOME PAPER
Is   the   Paper  That   Prints   All
the      Home      News.
The     Dsily     News
If*  s   Week.
Ill
ilso
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through ths columns of THE DAit-V
NEWS.   The Morning Paper TUESDAY. JUNE 15, MM
THE  DAILY   NEWS
PAGE  SEVKN.
R\bjn   Hood._Ejour~.Canada's   Newest,
(greatest  Flour~-Continues  to   Grow  in
the User's Favor.
it -HUM.. MOVEMENTS
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee^
'Gasoline Tanks and
'Stealer   Trader   Brings   Cargo   of   Ce-
'   '  am the  Island���Transfer
Ties  up  for Few   Days.
-*
Fishermen's Supplies!
j JAIV2ES & McCLUGHAN j
:        __   . _    ______    __,_ _   :
"ROBIN   r*      [_   i
mi b othei .:���
Wl    B   *
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"ROBIN   .1'      V   l
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FLOUR   i
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:������! ii makea In ���
th* toavi
b the floun
. ���:   ol
i
ROB  ',     HOOD
ow.   Ord
: ted   With   11 '-    J ::���
'
Made   of Saskatchewan's   Best   Wheat,
\" Robin Hood Flour" is in Every   Way a
Superior Flour.
i . rrived In P��r1
morning, She    had    on
.
v,     ,    . ,i al GUiej
..... itlty of
v tman-Kei   Co.
��� wiii  ������         " ��� again  foi   '��� t
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new    Domii .        am
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Be
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daj       wlll leave this
ng   Coi     B On
,d rn.  to the Am irtcan   , -        e will
i     ������ i the bv, ��� the Canada
i
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:
������..���������    , trip ol ���"
; .   ..     to Port  i"
nl   Harrison   taki    I '   ���
.   . ake "'ti
ol   previa
good ���      i' ' ���
v     ��� ' in P
and tbe ol i
tl..   lake.
Th.    teai       1
to i.-oin---  until fun ��� ' Bi
ll    ���   v  en        thed at the fi
u       ... wirl *bere her en-
, taken  out   and   new
on i   installed      Ii tpected  that
.   -.-      engines
i ice win I ..-   three or ionr
I The m a n u bli       will be ot
the rnoul up-to-date tyjr and it la ex-
.. ., | .. ... h wil*. considerably m*
cn -��� vn,. speed of Um naatl Due
��� ��� . given when ibe is ready
.   the  run  again
��� | rust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers  and Dealers  in   All Kina    ot
Lumber,    Lath,    Shingles,    Mouldings,    Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
_  .RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
CIERG. TAKE PAY IN
MOLASSES ANO PORK
Speca   Official   Appointed at Montreal
Methodist   Conference   ��0   Enquiring  Salaries of Ministers.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
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4
Eiectric Railway Service
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a  tweaty a
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Sapperton    L ne:    Can    leave
.   iftm  'be  ,iour.
. after
BD  !ng    it   6:30
a. m
H \Vi: TOD BEAD
HAMPTON'S MAGAZINE
FOR JUNE
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Sunday  serv.ee ball        I   I '���"'*   |
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British Columbia Electric Ry.Co.,Lt_ ���
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Summer   Reading
-. iat��t Books in stock, and a newrfupment   ���
of the Seaside  Library ami  Knplish ml *W-    t
IT'S A  GOOD ONE.
S.ver     Horde,"   by
mnnlng te
HAMPTON'2.
18  CENTS.
Pem 1 ine  1*-���The laymen of
tl,-     Montreal    Methodist conferei
co    Id-ring  she   claim   that many   ol
U       ���-:-���-    are     na ith lei i .    paid.
�� recommended    t����� appoint
of  a Special   i lay i   official   with   I
- sentativea    in everj     circuit,  to  ;>a>
special attei tlon t<> this.
That   aeventy-se-ren    clergy  in   the
-'al   district   are   paid   ie*?   than
JT'.-.   annually;   that   some  g t   tb_ir
pay  partly   in    pork,    mnlaaaes and
.-. 1  that  there  wire cases  ol
*r%er_  some  ,.f   th ���   clergy,  wanting
'en,i tbe conference, had to -v..
al borne as they had not the money to
���tend. wv.   -..--.   ol  the statements
made at the .mf. rence here
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you have made up your mind to do aom* painting,
remember that is pays to use pa int or varnish that will stand m
all  weathers.
Elephant paint ia made from the p.rest of oil and lead, and
the colorings in it are the very oest that can be used and are
mixed by experts who thoroughly understand every branch of
the   paint   business.
Our line of varnishes and s ains includes the following: Jap
a-lac. Baplac, Berry Bros. Hard o>l and Varnishes, Standard
Varnishes, and Wilkinson, Heywood & Clarke's famoua Engliah
line  o'   varnishes.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
K. x
BAPTIST MINISTER
IS ASKED 10 RESIGN
Free thinking Pastor Attacked by Colleagues  at  Chicago  Conference
Meeting.
Heady For Visiting
Women Delegates
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
66b Columbia street.
iContiuj-i from Page 1)
Vrv.   CopyrigM   Fiction
Popular   CopyrigM.,   Cloth bound
Popular   Copyright..   Paper bound
r ngllsb  6d   Novels        	
Si-atidr    L'tirary
J' .',  jnd  $!-'<*
TB
.     35c
.lie    3   tor  50c
ISc   - 'or 25c
TODHUNTER & BURR
Bookseller., Stationer., New-dealer.
J Succ.asor. to J. J. MACKAY  _   CO
���4**4444++++++++++++************** _
FOR SALE
Sever, roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots m oi-
chard, between Pme and J mi
streets, facing Fourth aJJJJ
Price $8000, half cash, JWf
terms.   Apply McQuarrie _ La,
Front Street.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT  TUB
Central Meat Market
Corner Klghth 8t.  ana    .mil  ArenJi.
ll PHONF   1/a
BOWELL a  OODv. Proprietor*
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.fflie "Pbona  18_.      Bnrn    Pbone 137
Columbia  Street
I?aR^��K-��   deliver.-    promptly    tc
any part ot tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Electee, Calgary and o'-her cities en
route and on the following uioru.n*-*
attar thi lr arrival in Vancouver will
visit this city in special ears, arrivals abou' l" am. Arrangements
have i,.. ii made to Inspect > ne ..r
more of v. canneries, and pro
one ot the lunil      ml is
a reception committee, consisting
at Mi*. Davis, Mrs Levar, M. J. R.
call. y. Mrs Hiil. Mrs Pi kit I, -Mrs
limes Anderson and .Mrs. Marsha1!
Sinclair, was appointed to make ail
plans tor iiv entertainment ol tba
c ii *ts. Although the d< I gates will
arrive iu Vanoouver on a Sunday
their !>-i* ption will be neceaaajry on
thai day, as Monday afternoon the)
eav, toi Victoria \ maaa-meetlng
ai ih Opera tiousi Vancouver, baa
been arranged f��n- Jul> n, when afl
members ..i the council and ladles In-
ter. *i.\i a tn... work arecordtelly invited to attend.
ri... nomination ol two membei
oai.! . i managi r> >.f tb Roya!
. ii', in boepltal came up. i-'our
l.tli.s are elected N^ the council, for
i.\ yeai t.rms. The retiring mem*
tier* Mrs Hill and Mrs Broad, were
re-elected on a ballot, tbe other names
submitted being Mrs. Welsh and Mrs.
Anderson.
A  tetter  from   tin*   Humane  Society
or Ottawa taking support of a WD to
prevent cruelty to animate In transportation, waa r_e.-ived, ami tha* secretary was requested to inform the
senders that owing to tho eud of the
I session it was tntpoaatate to pass a
I resolution before tbat time.
Chicago, June li.���Prof. Gtxirg. b.
Poster ot thv University oi Chicago,
and formerly professor ui philosophy
at Mi-Master University, tomato,
wbose writings, denounced i-y some
as ' a  bi'.i.-r Indictment of  tbe I'tirl.-
. :v!:gion .a!.re the bar of skep-
tlcism,' have harrowed lae derg] of
Chicago, a: a meeting ot liaptist
preachers ol Chicago toda> was
called on .'. Rev. JohBatOttt Myers,
pastor of Kmmaniiel Baptist church,
;.. withdraw from the Uaptist minis*
'.iy !., j leld up hi_ ordination papers.
Thi tire of criticism v,a< directed
chlefl) at Professor Poster's recent
hook.   The Function of Religion."
This motion was put before several
hundred preachers aud laymen gaiu-
ered at the conference of the liapii**
, \ vive council, and only til- objection of one num. Prof. A. K. Parker,
who.   like   Prof.  Foster,   :_   au   lus'.ruc-
tor al tbe I'linersit*. ..t Chicago, pw��
vented '.Ue eviction el the author ot
-The Function ol Religion t'roi.
Pai ������ prerented action bj calling
attention to a oouslittinon.il provision, preventing action without a
week's deliberation rhe case according!) waa postponed
"The Milwaukee"
-The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line." Omaha to
Chicago, -South West Limited"
Kansas City  to Chicago.
No tra'n-.' in tne service on any
....!,ad a tie worM that equal In
equipment tha: of the Chicago, Milwaukee _ St. Paul Railway. They
��wn and operate their own sleeping
and dinini. oars on ail their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROVYF. General Agential Third St.. cor. A*d��r  Po-'land. Or.
MYSTERY  WRAPS  DEATH
OF  VANCOUVER MAN
Vancouver,    Jane    ii ���The     ody
which waa found at Klt-ulano bcu-n
ni Sunday aft rnoon baa been Identified as that of Major K Browne, at
various times politician, !  idei ol an
anil-lapanese crusade and keeper of
a bucket shop The watch wns still
runnini; ;u the time of tbe finidng ot
the body, showiuc that it could not
have been long In the water. The elr*
, nust in,, . denote eltbef imddo or
accident.
BOSPHORUS PAVED
WITH SKELETONS
London,
���Naked   Hussies"
June    14.���Tha
Iniso-l-e.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Thso. p. Young, Prop.
llef's and claaeloal bgurea of tfce new
memorial of the Hue Que,,, Vtotorta,
Iln front ol Buckingbam palace, hnve
been unlvei-ally admired, -But, during tbe week, the king received a letter or proteai    from   th ���    niMcoiu-
forn.ing   mlnUteta.     reading.       "What
would vour gracious mother, the en*,
bodltnant of all tbe domestic virtues.
-av if she eoaM lee ai her feel tbeae
miked huea-es, whoa, sole attweUoa
is tin- displav of their wealth of tovm
-efor. it is too late canttOI Jou prevent t-uch a ib's.-ci'.ition of all tho
principles of her sainted We In this
nhtionai tribute to the greateat and
best of Englit-hwomen''"
London, June I. -The Liverpool
lournai of Oommerea states >hat it
haa reertved a letter from an offlc:'
on ode of the Saint Mne steamers, re
ferring to the d.-position of the Sustain ol T'lkrev. In which that officer
makes ths towwlng startling Statement:
���'Wlvile at Constantinople on April
SO two dlv.is wont down in the Boe
l.horns for some purpose, aud thej
reported thai th,, bottom was own red
with *���'- ietone, and one of the -i*ei-
di.,1 from the effecU ot *..ii�� down
...i.i th<   other went m*.id.
��� v yacbi anchored In this plane a
little while ago, an,I when the ores
hove up th. anchor there were two
dead bodies hooked In it i-hakled together."
No Quorum Present
at Council Meeting
(Continued  from  I'age One.)
matter  will     e   d.alt   writ  on  Thursday.
A.  K   Hill, of Vancouver, asks tor
an engagement   as   engineer U   the
council   want a   such   an  odi'-.r  to   superintend construction operations.
Price of Gas.
\v. Thomas, engineer of the Itlv"
Ciiy     (las     Improvement       Company
wines to the council  tbat  for manu-
Ifacturteg  purposes  his company  wm
guaranic,. an  industrial company  cur-
rent at a cost of one quarter ceut p< C
kilowatt   hour.        The  coinpanv   would
be   able  to  show  a   bora power   from
each  tiv.   lounds Of ordinary  fir sawdust   and     shavings       lu    each   ion
a re would be aa average ot :,h,ih����
! cubic feet of gas. Their gas not ouly
eliminated all objectionable elements
of the ordinary producer gas. which
forced  all   others  to  use only  slunk.'-
I less fuels such as ok.- and anthracite coal, but has don .led the Bruisii
heat units of any producer now before
the public.
Application for Fee.
An account for professional tees
has .been presented by Willis ( nip*
man, C 6.. who reported on the Coquitlam ,l,ini scheme. Tho bin l*
$750. These matters will he dealt
with ��n T'.iursday.
AT THE  HOTELS.
Ruaaeli   Hotel.
K. A. Miikr   and wife,   Portland;
August      Gay,     Vancouver;     V.     M.
Foolkes,   Cranbrook.   B.  C;   C    -tew-
art, Vancouver;  H. A. Allen. OobOBTg.
P. Ross, Detroit;  W. O. Hell. Vancou
ver;   John   itoniild.   I>ondon.   Eng.;   K.
H.   Hale.   Vancouver;    S.   .loner-,   \ ic-
toria;   Mrs.  H. McDowell, Vancouver;
Mrs   It   Dudley. PBrnte;  W   Hill, Vancouver;   Robert   C.   Kruder.    Seattle;
Qeorge  Buchanan,  Vancouver.
Windsor   Hotel.
J.  T.   R-ward...  AWlerKr-ve;   J.   Ka-
vanagh,   Vancouver;    Mrw.    Wlllams,
Vancouver; H. D. Moran. Vancouver;
Mis.  Ijow,   Vancouver.
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THE  DAILf  HEWS,
TUESDAY. JUN|
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WE SELL THE FAMOUS
Flour!
TIME MORE UMPIRES
FOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
-5PALMER HAMMOCKS.
j
THEY  ARE STRONG. COM
FORTABLg AND DURABLE
C_)rnniitter   Meets  This   Evening  to   Re
vise   Schedule���Ru-t.il,   _,-__
\        BiHiioralf Play Tonight.
Flour! I
__������
CUR   PRICES   ARE   FROM
$2.50 to $6.00
Now is your time
to buy your Flour \
cheaper than an>
place in town.
We have received:
within the last ten
days five carloads,
consisting of
li,..,-, .   victims wer   added to
:'������   ������.    ���:������.. t|i(.
w ���       .     :   I--.-'  a ;   uaoctetten  ,.t
an    -       -    ��� ��� ���--���:<.   h   _ a| glair's
���'--'��� rday    ��� ������ ping   (_,.g
trl ' :���'������    j  i \r.,"h   kit
������.     id  Sid   Makoimson     ' i "-
- i. at prttasai |n  the east
and ��     a     -T01 u' Bil mtefortnaa
until   _..*   r_iurn,  about'   IB**    Weeks
hence
a ,- ..   ill   e ol tha managers ..;' llio
��� V ���* . :.._  in  Uie  league,   \\     ��   {,,u.
��� .1...        the Balmorals; W. J   Bayce,
������������������������������-���__.  w of  *���-..   -oung   Liberal.-   and   Arum.
��� Stei,..      ���     v..-   Ic. --..     arijj   ;.,,.;
.     ��                 OIL* u"s  '"���������'���'*  '-��  laeiaa  ;h.-  schedule,
Anderson & Lusbv t :i> ������    - ^-.-om. n��.*.-��.ir) t>. ...u*i-
J league       I'ndvr   the  new  BCbedUl     ||
COLUMBIA STREET. Zjia   1 -r ���:���      J     10   pl-..    :w,     ,,.,:���.       M
* week
t.4aeBB����eBB>ea>eaaae��aeeB     r�� avold a apntee, Bad laeMeatali
   tab the game-, of Bome of its av.r     *
pointed by the contend ng tea *''
should the dlseuaslon bi- unduly ^'
longvd, the home team  wiii  n.i\ ,<V
reproducing ins:m- ",-tion of naming the official
* Bait,   and   Ruttellt   Tonigl     .
ments  possible,    but    he   made  T.ie      The two high  taenia in '-hi     ',',
ii.,   Balmorala sad  Oa   Etna    ,,,**..
meet  tealght  a-   Qw ������ -       exnTmb+a
a  aoapp)   gau;>-     :s  t-x^ -
ElaJtuorait wil] take the ti
L.li0. ,ne,,  ^ . l
.Sinclair,  lb :   Pterrol   I    ,     Dv��
, ��� J., UllLl,      ��B.  1
m. in Barbar.
Fletcher    rf
HTV      gtlll   ii.
Ofl   th
.-i.-\, .nniiiR-
.1 Da
.lni.v.1-   Wllkie   K> n-
MR. EDISON
soun.l
EDISON  PHONOGRAPH BEST.
tt-d       The
Id With ihe
'
bi *.o ��ho to keep
:    ��� -..    folios
ham    il    ii,-      -
vidaon   A
CR  SALE  AT
Lake of the Woods
Five Roses
Royal Household   Big   Music   House
Raymond's Alberta
Purity
Straight Grade
J. H. TODD'S
COLUMBIA STREET.
Ph.il.
Rutse
The ':.    M
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land   .
' a*  a  me*
���
Sid    v
M_ V-
ihai;r       Pee let    He
ll   E led   Officer-.
.... .      ���
no*    pi  ;������       organised
rTlcer-,   this   happening
<ttng held at P.  Peebles' of-
-
0 ��� , �� 1 ���
j-��an,   managi ���     ,.   ���,    -
P   <;    P.��� ���        ry;   L
A I una,   treasurer       W    ��� -   *Vun-
j ������ -���    r Siaetei i.n
1.
!.-���
���    -   -    were   e ���    ���    I   ���!���   ��� .
1 ition.
Call and compare
0 u r prices. We
have the stock, and
we are going to
sell it.
Imperial
Chocolates
a*=e f ne.    try ti-.em.    a
g::: stock for sale b/
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
E   a-_  Block, New Westminster
LOCAL NOTES.
Summer Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
xactly   the   material  you   want   for
scv* mad-* to order.    Perfect fit gua--
an-.eed.
R1EE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
CEO. ADAMS, Prop.     p �� Box 6M      New "*""*****
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Jam** Murphy, alias ('   i   Hrr
arlll   - up  toda 1     te
whether b   will take epeedj
>,? bores Bl - ���   Uidner
\ ��� ��� ���, 1 omplaln in     !
'   �����*d a rig   .
tei attempted to sell
abei ��.is  ar-
������    ������  !
On account at
\       V,   V
I  since  '' -      '   ���
-.1    New    Wi
��� fore     1 :���:.-     H is a)      Mr
did  not Mi    Oook*
ll .    II.   tile   full ���   '     '
��� : to Whiteside ii Bdm 1
who I    P. Davii   K   .'
ted)    ; -incipa!   ot
Colli   ���     '.      L   M   Ho�� kte
���   -.4.    ' r ber  bome te  Noi 1  81 ���
���  ation   she   will   taki
-    li   Bl   JohB ���  Newi
Mi-s  Ml \rth-ir I. .ir  Is ly
- - -  ip it "-���    vi-_���   ��� . . baa
��� -    ,-v ill at  the Royal  Coten
���al. will also return  '���. her home
��� -���      In     OOn ; IB]    with   Mm_
Hockin.
o+o+p+09paoaoo+oao+o+o+o+ o+c+z+o+o+o+co+o+o+o+o+o+o
LADIES:
���  .     ave a large and ortment of gii
������-   In  1:'*- ' Pri v 76c a
c
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I    THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street. *
h+O+0+^+O+C+00+C^j+0+0+'j+<0*^-*0+0+O+0O+0^
* clear       <
95c
One of I       ' at <
q iii ar: | the te raining I bi & uo lot
the Vani ouver Pow. r OomjMUiy went
!,. and asaanll I ������ ���
, - v other employees Pro vim Isl
Constable    Wllkie    went    onl        I
ight him in to v   ���  tj   wb�� i   I
condiv'.n  waa  oertifln i  by  Dra
I   -   md <'r>.*-n       He b
n moved to  tl e   pro lm       a
��� s  ii   Hoffard
a*  the Vanco in     Oi re
'���!       H   ������   ��� :
well bn
ftfl ���:,,, ir year i of ... i       n.w,    for
time    poatn     ��� -     u   a.-
ral wii ..ik   ptei,- tod .. :
to the cemeti ��� j   al   \uak-
'si7.      Mr   Hoflar,!  leavi    a will  and
ns and   teoghtei     i ��� ���  ��� ��� ���
them - In thl
his loss.
A telegram ni
v     v ion   fn ���!:,  Cbarlli   Qu
at-, r ol     -     Tecui .      ogi
for Hi.; Minto cup, ... tb   .-rr.-r 1 ���
tbe   ���'���,-,     - igi ������ ������ ,   bj   Weatmin-
0   tbe champion blp g 1 m     did
���. ��� v. t with hi.j approval, mid tbat 11
he had  referred  th..- question  te sir
ESdward  Clouston,  temporary   managing trustee of    th<-    mng, for settli
neni      Tbe    names    suggested    by
tmtm ter were those (rt Mn" Barr
and  S-iti'..-.   Peele
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
l.ianches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
O. S. A., and Mexico CHy. A general
hanking lui-ln, ss transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Uepoaltg
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets  ow $168,000,000.1)0.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Look This Up
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+
+
+
+
X
+
+ Ten large lots, Seventh Avenue an
I
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4
:
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:
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
UAt4AAA_.
THIS  STORE CL-SES AT 5:30 P   M.
'Money Save
By Purchasing at This Store.
Many attractive offerings placed before our custom
era this week.
1
CHILDREN'S
LACE   FRONT   HOSE
25c   PER  PAIR
-    md I
and   Bftj   paii     -   .
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LADIES'     COTTON      KMT     UNDER
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their o*n No other- mane of lin.tttij
undergarment j p-ov<cJ�� m Ihe.r make-
up suet*, c.'-'crt g v'-'.g f_4turet Jt
do Watson's Ask 'or W_tson'�� un
vtiii and drawere; all grades and
stytea
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LADIES    ��� ",.<>.-.    IM��KK\ :���
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LADIES' WHITE COTTON  DRA��
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LADLES'  WHITE OOTTON  DRAW
.. ngt b   : ���    pa 40c
CHILDREN'S
COTTON   UNDERWEAR
\   n.-w   ablpm !!���   ,,t   v.
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��� ���������
CHILOR1   ��� .     8HOR1
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111   1,1   ,
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CHILDREN -' RALBRlOtl \\ L'N
DERVUBT8 t.VD DRAWERI _ii
all       ��� ��� it} Tie
**SH   DRESSES
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ALL   OvtR   EMBROiD-Hv
FOR   BLOUSF.   FRON 1 *.
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wllh    B
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a     io . .       rslue    !
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.
-
ALL   OVER   LACES
FOR   WAISTS
Wc   PER   YARD
-
Bil   Ol -. ������ .       -Id-
-. .v.,.'
. -      '
. r'> ���     i'-;  yard ...... 40c
CHILDREN'S
BLACK   COTTON   TIGHTS,
ALL     SIZES    :   (   PER   PAIR
A   -pl'-inli,I.  , , ...  rtyle of  nn-
..iii' di  f,.i  . hlldren      Th, \
ni ids of Bw    li- Bl )   ill> ���*.! oottoo   m
1'.. s < ;   ankle length.   p- ���  path   i-ic
REAL   ROSE
HAT   PINS.
-
natural    n,   .,,
but    > . ,1   < ann..;
dmlring    the    ;��
-.   1  -.
I'-nK   fin��- Our   j.-lr.     !,.,      ;,.  .    ;
'ilar   new   pins   I     !���        -h.iri
wboh .*.. ,   prtoas    in    ,����i rn ra ki
.1*      Bmall bud -i/.   each   8Sc
Lai ,��� ���!, ii.oo
NATURES   RIVAL"
CORSET    WAIST.
s,, man.   wotm n bave  take , :.i Ui ���
001    ���   .���, . on i".   n.i*- special 1
,��..: 1    ih.ir    w��.    hav������     seared  ,n-'
.ik n. .   f��.i   New   Westminster      \��k
in the ,i.r*. t department foi  partlcn
lar- an.i directions
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.

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