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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WH-T��, SHILES & CO
LIFE
ASSURANCE t
WHITE, SHILES f/jO.
260 Columbia St.    Phr *   85.
E8TMIN8TBK, B. C, WEONES1 AORNIXQ. MAY 12, 1909.
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Member, of Wealthy Mexican Fa-
Fight   Duel   as They  Sit  in
Cathedral.
'I   -    :..:.���    :..-  ���>!   -,,.   Ms.   n.i
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da- ... ��� rhe ac.    ...
' ��� ��� ,   ��� ;i ��� nt,    .. i ai.'ik a
e, and  th--    commit ���    .   ���   ��� . :        ,,,. ition that *
th.     ���        of the ceren . ���:
u... elec*   ._..:. ial .-  v.- tbe i u >-���
' ���"     ���'���                       ing comml
v     -an....   i,,           .    of this n noi .
ttm   x     Jol i     ���, wa. . :.-������.! .ii.
Wednesday and Saturday Afternoon Early Closers Not
Able to Agree.
Itieceecful   Progress.
-    - Ibe | reaid -nt   Mrs.
took I sod  the luutine
-i. :    with       A
'��� *   ition    I _j    wm passed
Mis. who  ha   '   ��en
for  . -1"
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Financial Results.
Oiw.-.q MacUowan,
nai commencing with a
$_!!, other recetp
oepta i.- was i-.. i-iv��-(i, and when ' ���
mei  ::: the cathedral Sunday, Qufcroc
Uiin. ���:  the  man  h.   had challenged,
|aecu��n.��; him of cowardice
Farias at or,<~ drew a knife and began fiiiviiing.     In an instant Quir/.,
knife ���*'.-��� al. i      ��� ��� rk and before the
\      Ipally. together with   ..   ���  eombatanu
I to     -vening     al.,
Mo iten ... May 11.���\
all around them scores ol people
kneeling at maj    . . Quir, _ and
-  or wealt '''���'���       al difficulty- about g nemi
an.; .-,__...-. ol  Marina '     ������    closing    were    ag.ii.-i    venui-
-"-���       ' Bandnj  foui �� a duel wltn  a**<J '^ a me-ting of tl Hants,
pockel knives .-.- n. . _��� );. _ ;,...., atore cka-ka, and assistants, held in
��� ' ' catbedi I -.; -.. aei ������:.... the hoard of trad, roon, ia_i evening,
ly wounded. when  the  hardware  mercnaJits  mood
r.'.'i.- feui been "1 feeling betwe.n [ont strongly against closing up tight
the two for some time and Qniros had on Weannsdajrs during the lummer
cbalknged Farias to a due:.     s0 .c-|montbs. Some of the bnslne _*-s wew
U '-;,.-,-aente.l, such as tti- taken and
druggista, white the groc-rs. butchers,
dry goods, boot and shoe storos, and
clothiers promised their assistanc... it
Others engaged in their .wn Uae ot
trail.- would do likewise. Th* peti-
tkm   prepai-d   by   the  clerk-i   was   re-
S-0W.I0HM KHitS
�����,     0    ���     :.       Lgal
this | ',������ i   .,i  |1185 '���:  n .
M- i ���s   j,    , , , ,       es for tb bra ion,
Mrs. A. E   Bolton reporti | I .  the
.   ���   COmmltSM     gifts   to   'he   mis-
Arr>er .t^n
r t-xt
Auio-cb    i'
B   ijjrrj    A-    |
G'tji Mfnsta,
Encounters
Cross ng
,i ie  -vening    ah,  iiiad    a total i wi
:or<;     ������ -       . ������ oi mi ,  %\wSh . .-        ... i '
^':iv':    ���  -1 '"^.  ���     "   T,.     ��,,���._     :.   .     v.    j.      trom
Of  the ..m<-r_  . wh<,  arv
.   ���     ' ������ Mr,
���gsn. snd Mr.   WUaon |eBVln)? _ ^ ln tx^ oI y.-A m
or pnioUcallj carrying on to 1910 the
.ON SAHAHA DtSEhr
. ./...  Martin read tb.  rv;..rt oi '.l'.;         ..       .. ^
��� ��� ���'-    M* borne in .,,,[. :, ,...*-    . wtj4, r.[xU ^
" .ui.- -���,:...   Bnaacia)   n   i        Among
sum of
...e Provi-
witk U pupils, a kindergarten, d<    ,  ,,...,..   ..   , ,.,mn...: .. (X.n31,t-
. evaagd-stic d-; ...���tm. nt is aHo lni.. , , ,!,���,.-: v. stson, w. a. QlUey, snd
'd th^   ecretary,  W   N   Car:-.   _��.:ng ap-
The repon on ihe work among Uie .     .,,  ..^    .h��� ;,urchas(..
'  -.,:.���-���   *.,�� mad��    -    Ml      Pi atoa .. ,       . _.'
*h-.   >.,lt  ��lth li* imp. '������ Vot" of Thank��-
��� ���.   japanene   _.,, belong to tne!   *������ tbaaks were pm
-   rlas.es.   and   the   won. n   are  m<   -ding one to Oeorge Beymour, H.
than to reach e_oet.t at their !.o:ih-s. ^lj ������   and A Matheson for loaning au
U -.tags  sre  bald  in  sli  pUcei   in-   -*j: and to tb* lenders of ��hei
���    * snaldtlutl ��������� ���  ���-.: riudme   Vancouver     BUrt-iton    sag {Inn. ponies    It wan n-<id.-i to coUeci
��� ..  BctUes ��� . ;n ;_������ S*barA    - -���
w-r- separated, both wer. I ferred  hack  to    comple-.-e  the  signa-
-��� fr-jin a number of wounds       tures and committees r-^presenting th^>
Th��' fight created a panic among tbe mercbanta and cUrks wer. appointed
worshipers. to bring the matter to a solution.
Many  FavoraOle.
DESERT ISLANDS ARE
GRABBED BY JAPANESE
teatnrea of :bu d-partmeiit  wn-.-re llis Kra-ulti...   ,.)t,-_ waa
Bl     now  1.   C!,S>.-,.  w.,::,.-r,        A   y.:   ,__.  .CJ,.   ,���.     ,A^...n u    ...
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nil'.
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a York, Ms j
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���_    , .    .       .      . ���      ,u   a
dadiag   Van
Sa; p .-on.
Ru'tsia   Pretests   Wren   Land   Hunger
of Nipponese Necessitates Taking
Over Its Bsrren Little Rocks.
Alderman Ada���i.��. ��ho was voted 60
ith. chair, said they wished a full and
;Open expression of opinion whether It
; would he to the advantage or disadvantage of the merchants to close up
on Wednesdays.     The chairman then
ivad a p-iition signed by ove.  thirty
mercnants  promising t&eii ..-.-istance
in closing up.
J Reichenbach said hi_ company
���could not close up tight, as there must
:iie one to Iook after steamboat
i and camp orders, of which he had a
1 large number, but b_ was quite ready
to close up for all r. ail trade, anil
would close absolute!;, at Sapperton
W E Sinclair, J. Eugene Brown &
|Co., __ J. Phillips, all favored the
' proposal bttt C. B. Deans, of Adams __
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i- :   ..rdm.u,   - ��� of tb* fl       a Da
��� ���   iindicia. ' "���       "���'     s socltti
....        ;n ��<u>   !��������������� ,   ���     '. ��!,- n   *���
His,     4 a       . n  t .   a  blinding   in��ra
, lied  hlfb lad: -aglnK
tin
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a..��   lolaed np t
... i <
Tegay.
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ig.   Malt.'
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tit   iu  Bl   ���
Wonderful  Growth.
V ark  IWpOTfd  for tbi
l bSM ;��:e ** gtrta .n I
r school si ChUUwni k
I  v.. r- In thl..  arork
Victoria, May 11.���Accoruing to ad
���.Ices brought b.v^ the steamer Kum.ric,
^lilch reached port this morning, tne
discovery and occupation of those few
uninhabited  islands  that    remaia o_   L>*ans.  ��'M not   enthnsiaatk on  the
'the Asian coast    by Japanese adven- j proposal   as  three  years  ago  it   had
'turt-rs ls being con'tiniyd.      The Jap- only tasted three weeks.      This was
_i.-.-t- gov eminent has agreed to China  a  farmer's   city,   and   the   merchants
sn -     -    - .'aivenir piO-|b��ing allowed  io reoccupy  Prates i=-   were  greatly    dep-ndant   upon  th^m.
Indian " and maids -���', boa-   bmd, which was taken over by the N_ jWltb tbe    hardware a. n    closing   it
Bi ��r   : Bbisswa phosphate Brm oa payment oi   meant pracilcally  two    day_  a  wees
���:,- Stv,  Master of Ceremonies. .100,000 damages to tire Japanese in  dead t'-r -.lie farmers' businr--1
Is   very;    \v   \   Q oeed thai the elec   occupation  and  a   new   question  has I   .A  number of other  merchants toi-
and   h_B     -     ��� -
pli      -    .'  paal  May Day ceremonii-,
.-���:..  ��i 4 waa tdttng cold      Sol ,,,������, ti���:iaSe.v
���     -hurch       Imp
and
.aid
.  [V ����--t
HOUNDE0 FROM VILLAGE
	
is  UMorttrrtat.  gay.rt.wca of  Faml >
it   Sto-ey   Cree��
���
|   IlK-d
1��   t-
Th,.  Indians  h |Jon of mni       Otl al     -:. ��� .  :   _.r. IRn ��Ith Huisia over lhe occupation i lowed   with   a   promis.-   to  close
ra    ��� .������ ������ a! ���   i by  Explore;  Matsoahitna of an unoc-  '-hen Mr   Reichenbach rose, and
,ir.i\eiiif.-r.ts  BfS tbla waa ipied  island  off  the  north    of  Bag-(be would abandon his con.li:. a if the
_ i.-n.     lt li       .      | -.hat it is jap-;whole town closed up tigat
1. _ in the liospital and Kit      tl.
��� i-
���-   ��� '. -.Is.'  I'lr.V, ���  an 1  B      :
1  incrensw-d  In*. ���   -���   ..nj  tuntf
-iinrl  ji-rha; ���  to ik  _Jt'
��� ..  ,   .-  oei r |l  pel   B ���
���  >'-ar.
' ��� '���
km Hiuids ���*.
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a   sell
tbe pn
���   bu.cide*
ind -,.
|nd|    ebeth
li i      sal
ti
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���i>ati.i��n  aro
���   Hon..   ox.ntii��   tl
Sk fr-oni in.
���und u>��- isci
��� ���   i ... ..  i.
��� lng   tn. ���
,   deceased   ti<-iti��
1 Iir  ptaoB
���d is ����� i man
glad
AMENDED   ,  -SURANCE
BILL   SATISFACTORY
li
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 _
11     Th.-    In-
��� .   t\.   - .    ���
jot the ���   ':-::
i   ���   ��� .-.,-,
�� ��� ��� \  num_..-r of
,   right Ot occupation SB n dea- Hardware   Men's  View.
sfl    f ���     <<j bold     ���   ,-rt is and. although i*. Is in  the Kns- J    v   Bry_on   on beha't ot    Mu bard-
cbiel ��� or, and fer I ilea aphwre in tbe    se. oi othdfsK. | VVii... .   ,.   ;aul they were ownpelied
none  will  bold  the otto   tn ���   rh_ Japanese propoae to establish aj.0 c^ ,,a antardny, ;*. ��as a better
�� ���'���    ���     '    Bsbing station uu a large scale on th.   aCernoon for them "
:*1*'n<l- a. James said the   hard.   -   men
The Kumerli        igbr news thnt ob- iwould stick to 8atardaj    Wedneenay
������������'��������� snii ion ii   - lag ���''�����igHJfc_the Japanes.- iWUs impossible
Ml "t rned thanks    The retiring |f   vernment to l.i.yd's. l-ting m--riae |    UQ "J, [{. oic   K  \Ve.Sh  j   __agiea
i-.,--..-   ���      ���.   i.pan    witbou    having ���      , M\.   ^;1:h would not close u:..--s
  ��� '   '   deposited     ���  It"..-'.-      .: b tasurance Lji 0l;,... ,. d likewise      1_ev were
* '  a ..:������ re.tiir.M lo deposit.        tavorable  to cl.se  nn earlier in  the
���
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LORD  AND   LADY   MI'TO
FEAR   HYDROPHOBIA
FULTON  WILL
SOON   BE   MARRIED
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..   and
rave, aa the mob
pm i ���***
il,,n K the)  did    ���
���   .
. ���  ��� ���,     �����������'
HON.   F.  J
B India, May II.���Aa a precau
tion againsl the possible defMopmen
Th.   Hon   F  J   Kii!ton   K   L'.iue:  of hydrophobia Lord   Ml***, viceroy
,,.,,, l       _   ,.   v   __-��,,*   of Iudi.i. and Lady Minto. are unde.-
""-���;   I J        J gotaa.the Pasteur treatment
l      t to be ma The nam-       ^h'!' -he "'-��� '���  ��� ** ul(e ~
.,'  Is  Miss  Winuifn'd ow walking,    Ladj     Minto's lap dog
.'    B   BSUBfai
������   -llivi  t.|l   l!,������^��� '''>
Tbeaaea oftfc. ii___________i   was harassed by a wandering mad dog.
''��� ���'*������   '��� ;l;::" .,   ;.-;t .T-".*'-.   LomandLadj ��� Minto went to ihe res-!
-rtthcomptfntlTWj SSdo^DaSe f'-imer!;  i'vu,,'' ��� :  one of their petjmd while ��eitberwM
lltu. debat- ���     . ttteo, tbeli bands were covered wlfia
I1 '   *'-uwl^  #a.jva (lf tbe mhid beast.    They ?ub
favorable to close up ear.ier
evening-, saj an hour each itay from
Monday to Thursday. They had
closed last summer, sometimes alone
among the grocers, when lacrosse
:. ..idles   ���-. re on.
The cl airman said he would never
Ire a party  to close bis stor�� before
six o'clock, for the la., hour was v._-
ju-.-less to the clerks for recreation.    If
jhe  closed   at  all   he   would  close  i>p
1 tight, no special ord. rs would be re-
" -
ON
ON  OF   MONEY
Dominion Fji r Board Nirnrd
U.fcin..     Maj    il      'Vh.
in ti��. Dominli    Pair boai
wtll
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���;._Hia   in   l��ll,   aa.   '���
I
-< lb    Begin i Agi
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n.
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V,     ll ���     ���       *
���    _    1    Hun
ii  w   i la '' ���
\  . i>.-s and  I
Vancouver Council Churlish. t(, ,., th . ,,-eatment on the ailvic-
LOndon    MSJ    11      R��f�� r��1g  to  Ul" Doukhobors  Start  for  B.  C.   Fr.day.   r, ^^   ,h.<iciun       Two of the VK,,.
flrst  resohition  ol  thi   Vancouver n- Ksmsark, Sask.,   May    IL���Friday
nam ���  commltte. In d          ���  to vote thn-e hundred Doukhobors, men, wo-
monej   (..r  th,   ���                  ! of the m.-n add nbildren will leave viiiag.-s
-,.-.,,             - ���   Pail nurih of here and travel aerow eonn-
Mal|                                                  : :"    Broadview, where    they  win:                comman
��� mon clrlllt] l            atn- taki thi train to Southern British l!     L"      *   Lv- MV*^
,| ������     .n |   .hurl:-, ng     ' i:n:,i.i
j...f tln'ir physician.
pn's w rvants w.re bitten by -.he mal
.  an!  also  are  taking  the  Pasteur
treatment
CASTRO   COMt-ANDED
TO  PAY  PALACE  RENT
\  dlBi
. ;��.   u   |���K  a  dr.fi
.i    in'- board
.    II.:.        , nt. n .1    ...... I
��� V     . :l ���.
Ol    til,
10    ill.      *!
������( \      '   .
0   I'-.,    tin    ��� *
, lb.       t.lUU'a
iin.'.i into tn��'
,   i���  |k,uuu,
i    V
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Exposition Advocates Again
Postpone Visit to Westminster _
i-i'. ed.
Opposition   Resolute.
j. Ratoheabaeb thought the ddseas
wuuld help them to obser\. the holiday if due notice was gi\.u of their
inteutious  as  merchants.
A suggv.-tion to give Half the staff
holiday one week, and half anotfier
having been turned down as impt-.-i-
ble. tl'-.- t��osition of tbe furniture stones
was dlnconsed. Tb. chairman said
John A Lee would ck-.-e his furniture
business if permitted to carry on factory and repair work, which had to
continue.
ii<- rge s. Biakei.y also championed
the  cause    of  Baturdaj     cosing  tor
Caracas, via WUlem.tad. May 11.���
.-:..    I'ns-.ro.    the    deposed p_e_d
| dent of tbe republic, has been ordered I hardware  men,  saying Trapp &  oo.
tl'.,. courts Ui pa.  six years   rental :nad  a  large  farmers'   '.uisim-s.-*   which
and bea-n damages for the arbitrary inuist receive attention      Thej would
i
Dok,  lows lnteresi in  Ufa
k. M ���
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tha'
B
>;���   I      10   : tl I
Westminster "nl"  Saturday, bui  ���*!���
ind until  tu ���
>. . iij.aiimi ot  the  M.:.i:loivs raw   i i
Caracas     Tu:s balMlng is the proie
tha aanroUndlag i   u_. jeny nt Bnnors Joaquin Crespo, wiimv
bean making arrange-jof a former pretMeni
��� .
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hit
y to
STOCKTON
MURDER   VICTIM
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Not ���'���
B_!
Pi
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ii
i red
I'llll-I    ol   jut
* .ml !-*��Uii
fill..  Mint   the 'was miv.*>!
' laltated ' "'1'��"-
lhe A -'        li  l��"
,,.,, , . ,,���i BUthorit>  ih.-t In ��e ol
.dk- ''"' "! ,:lt'   '"'
kin blmnsll wuh s '<���
,.   WSJ    "lit    ���".���"I11'1'.,.!',1'.   |,      .' ,o. ��� ,     ���'"��     to'iMiu;    il;      ��
C . Mn-,  ii    Qreatlj   ���    com
��^   cannot    reach Ne.    Ipallilea
. ni    to ai    id on Friday, aa I it lai
v.    ��� || ||      my of them will I I able Rei,gious Troubles  in  Guam,
to com* bi  ,  on aaturdaj m-iead. ,, ..      ,,     .   , ,,.  ,    .,,_...
Th. M-.t.,v Include u score of the     t"a1"' ,Ma>   '* ,   v ^'lu K ,s,,  I'/'
id ig ',���sir,��� and profnnaional men ��!.  ta ;,u' c *l 1,l!u' tl,uri',h u! l,lK| "
M.iiuuva    3askatch..wan   and   Ai-i^he   "a'ive    Christians,    rearing the
M���. bave CTOSMd the mountains :i vriiianiing Influ. BCe   have oaldt-d the
Vaiuan that the monks of the Qermaa
Capuchin  order
moi sing
...III    IMU.
\s    BANFORD
iii   above telegram    was received
., terday evsolni by Mnjror W.
Ill   Kear\. lh_ sender beliii; the Mayor
of W itinipeg. who, sh ch.iiininii of the
i ���, < nil.1     M��,*,���',,*,* ��� - -- -- - ---r^       ....
1 by s membnr of nu nu. <i     ^^gmicmtu onmpnign on
behalf
.'_ "'"' '
1 Mars     Uvb_g at
'���    I      lhe   pbOtO
owa    iiinii lniind
ill uie.  ai   their
��� i toi sn HiM'sti
��� V   fmhi-r to  luiv
id      120,000,    1
���' let. stiH-vtoiii
,^ >,        l       ���     ' ��� MJ ����   I illll "'Uli      HUl'IMall ���%      ������������������    |        �����    "    P.     II V"�� '-��      ���-'-",
luw.- sii-I'teion bad been ntoused ant i (   1,1,,lH>8,.d   ransdtan     BspOSlttOn
who I'.i'.l '���'
��� | rigllanl wntch OnhlW [Winnipeg in 1SU, takes this melius ol
al
U     a
���erta Who -.i*.''
.. explain th. plan for holding i  Ca
vidian ev.i>osi:i,>ti al Winnipeg in Itl?
.f th.
��� \pi _t
ersjs"����. a -
reckh   ���	
advising Westminster thai it ha> been
decided to again postpone the date ol
the arrival of the delegation in this
cit>. tb. Hr��t date having bi-eii SSI t
ki.
1
drowned on i
l' mt
���r   -..o��ri.��-��. ' umisviu. . .- ,    ,,,,   convei
I aispatOb 10 the,promts .hut will �����* -   't.n   silUll
ii    say, i, m ra   Hon of   ""' ' "''' t.    .,,., begins '
"r ih.,, k part,  btlwboa    Mennei ��w-ven> lonlfh,
i.e.n   ,-.i|.iiis-.Ml   UonUvllI'���   ��'-'     ���n���..l.,|1. men fa t"
N'<".4 I
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*"'���.������., Which  ts   Hi'
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Vlayll    th-
in ..( C-rnl
} ,   , result
^   '1��|,|,      , '    ���     I illl    Of    UK'
���'. ,.s.vv,.n, Theological sa
i^iiuviiiv ll.000.WO ste��
of th.-
, ..IIM'II
mill.
Ill
it.
so,,!,, of iii- ��-"s[ n";J
������
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May  Br -
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Natur.   Fake.
i'. gronnda
The party will retail vl;\ VtCtorlS
on Krlday nlglu and will ih��*�� <'011"
lo Westminster, reaching here Sbottt
... ;hi a.m..  when   the  program of  . n
i. iviininent prepared for Friday wiu
he carried out. the visitors l"--lng k.pl
busy until thnss o'clock In tbe sftw-
noon, wh.-n they will step aboard tin'!:
priVStS  ear  nt   Fraser    Mills and  re
i, ��������� .       s'   siune thnlr Journey hack to the ptslri.
i;.��..  vi    ������ capita]
lluit the      The freinhnt ehnnpes of ilule .ntnli
an     considerable  work    on    ths  part  "'
���������
��������������������������� a girslfe
London   NI''
_i_s    VV.' ,-'"'i '''
,-oii.iiei. beald" otamua,  bss |th0se who ���������� In cbarg. ths proper
lopes   rhtnocer      '.,iik.1 i,.   animal I reception of tb. exposition sdvocatea
captured  nliv'   ���'   " ,. |^ described *��lai nOtlOBS    hnve now !>\>(<ii    ��m>i out
hitherto u'.il.'i'"" -fl  ,  .,..,,, an.l'twice for    different dates,   and musl
again bs oanoelled.     The rserss snd
[j   ,, soi.vi'w between
U far SB tt..: I i-'!1 has been formulated. The pn ..i" is by now pretty well
understood  all  over  the   West     The
itimiitiiv touring the western prov-
luons left Winnipeg ��oout two weeks
.no and has. since that time, becm en-
itiga'd In holding meetings at the elites
and towns of the Middle West, at
which the subject has bevn presented
to the citizens ol these places for their
Inspection and approval.
The committee started out witn
about fifty member, but thla numbe.
waa Increased to swnty by additions
v:ule alonj; the route of mayors ol
.ties and otner leading 1'iiblic and
business men Of lhe large nuu-ber
twenty wWa s��� l'V.e-1 for the Pacltlc
ix��ast  trip.
The Westininst r m����Ung will be
addressed b\ Beverai of thes. Keutl,--
men nnd tbe discussion will he open
to nil who el  Io take part In It.
Th,- subject bai be n conald.red of
quite enough inuwrtanoB for this
targe delegation ol business men to
leave their affairs and <o employ
nam* thr,,- week* ot valuable time in
touting Canada wesi of the Qreal
Lakes, in all . I>lac*8 Waited, the
|.ro!.os!U*-n to hold u Canndlan s��
iKisition has '..., tak n up with enthusiasm  iin.1  approvnl.
are    not  competent
spiritual advisers because of the f'"*1'1
that they atv ignomnt of the English.
Spanish and ChamoiTe tangungn A
schism such as occurred in ihe Philippines is feara-d.
Current Was Too Strong.
Toronto, May 11���Too strong a current coming through the wires trom
Niagara falls Is I lamed tor two Wvs
which broke out early this morning
Harold A Wilsonv premises on Yon. .
8tr��..t, and th. Canada Gins- ManMa
and Tiles Companj of Richmond street
easi were the sufferers." Most of the
dania..j was don.- by water. In the
r.iohniond -tree: luiililing one of th.-
men turned on the button of an electric light and it melted in his hands.
' e antlafied  to do as  Mr   Reichenbach
wished, to leave a man to den] *'iu��
tbe outside trade.
Resolutions   Passed.
Tbe discussion then lumed to Hie
provision of amusa-mem on Wednesdays, complaints bt-ing made there
��ais nothing to do it work wa- -i--
pend-ed.
R Oddy said the promoters of lacrosse matches would change the day
if they could get the crowd.
A resolution to close up if the wnole
town closed up was then carried unanimously.
The chairman said they could get up
a river excursion If the matter was
only started right.
Another objvetton taken against
Wednesday dosing was that tbe government ot-cvs, and banks were open
ou that day. Ultimately resolutions
were passed that thv clerks should get
the signatures of merchants completed, and *-o leave the arrangement
to be Inaugurated on June 1 to a com-
iniitt.v of merchants consisting of M.
J Phillips, the chairman, and J.
Ueii-lvnbaeh ,W. Wright protnl-vd
to act on behalf of the clerks.
Castro to Live in Teneriffe.
Bordeaux, May ll��� It Is reported at
Santiinder that Forme, resident Cas
tro of V_ne��ueta bas decided to take
up his permanent losldencs In tn. I*
la ���    of Teneriffe
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Yesterday's Baseball.
New  Cabinet  for  Portugal.
Lisbon, Portugal   May ll --!. is sn
rn.'.in- ��� d   todu   thsi   W.nceatno de
Lima has sucir-.-e:! .1 in forming a new
ei.  VUDt.
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PAGE TWO.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
Wednesday, ma
Classified Advertisements
V  12,  IJ
. ' ���
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If ��� man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did  not let the people know anything about it. he would not sell any.      You must tsl|  the  people whsl  >' _ t��SVS to sell, why they should   purchssa    '���   m   y0u,   and  i
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many cf us have got  into the habit of thinking that because we have been a long tlma In business everyone must of necessity know ,,i   lbou, u$ ifl
wares.      Use the advertis ng columns of The Duly  News and  keep abrea.t of the times
PERSONAL.
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial life companion for
���any respectable man or won,an.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vnncouver. 	
WANTED.
WANTED ��� LADY
lo take charge of
dence ilurinR the
tor three months
snees required
Daily News, Box 29, City.'
HOUBEKHEPiCR
family    and  reel-
11.. Bence of owner
Best   of   refer-
_pply to K.  A.  P..
WANTED���TENDERS   FOR   CLEAR-
lng two acres at Edmonds Junction.
Apply  Walker Bros.. Edmonds.
WANTED���POSITION BY BRIGHT
Japanese who has wide experience
iu cooking and domestic work. Tel.
137      39 Beg le ati '."   city.      	
WANTED - WAITRESS; INQUIRE
at the Windsor Hotel.     I	
WANTED ���DIINING-ROOM GIRL AT'to  RENT���One large furnished bed-
one,-.      A].ply Guichon Hotel. room, also one small on*.      Tern
WANTED���YOUNG WOMAN PRESS       '
LOST���A GERMAN TEXTBOOK IN
Queen's park on Saturday afternoon
Finder ideas,- return to Columbian ,
College or t.hls offlce. 	
LOST���A SILVER BADGE  ENGKAV- ,
i>d   "Provincial   Revenue   'lax   Cot
lector." Reward on returning aame]
to Daily News office.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���Furnished roomTh private
family; breakfast if d.-sir.-d Apply
Mrs. Emett, 887 Third atreet, near
car line-
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN HLOCK
to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping.       All   steam-heated
with hoi and cold water, gas
range and electric light- Terms
moderate. Apply A. 11. Ferguson,
room ., second floor.
Apply     287    Victoria
ers.     Apply at once Royal City Dy,
Works.
street.
WANTED���A YOUNG AMERICAN 1
business man. of good busin,-ss
ability, desires employment or a
working Interest in a good legitimate
business. Fully competent to take
charge of an ordinary business; nt-
teen years' experience in grain business both interior and t -rminal;
has and will travel; desiri-_ a personal interview. W. .v Bemls,
Hotel Irving, Vancouver.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
C.   HAMBER.     ACOUNTANT     AND
Auditor. Notary Public. Qonvv
ancer. Room 14, Guichon block. N.-w
Westminster.     P. O. Box 795,
FOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  QRO
li -. pbone 886      The Pure I-'ihi.I
Supply Grocery, P. o. Box mi.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W    N    DRAPER,   B.   0    LAND   Sl li
rreyor.     Ellard block, New    Wast
minster.  B. t".
WESI'MINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
knd of  job printing;    besi  work,
onabls prions;  Phone 68, P. 0
box   ill'        ckl   Dally   News   block,
Sixth   treei
QALVIN    LADIES'  AND  MENS  T\l
1.1::;.       \ nee line ol spring    i
mi; jUBI   in.       Button  making, pr. ���
��� , siring       41  Sixth slr.i't
b,   BIM
LAUNDRY
RO. W CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Av. du. and Blackle street. For
just one week mor,- We will wash
curtail:-   and   Malik.   -   1"       -".c   per
I air     Take advantag ��� of this.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 260 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. Ths Fashion Sta-
bles.
REAL  ESTATE
WHITE,  SHILES  <_   Ci
Real Estate and Insurance ag<
.   ty,   (linn   and   fciiiu-rban   pro] ���
.... i v,nubia sine:
TO REM' FURNISHED- six   ROOM
modern bouse,    Kith   avenue a. ar
Vancouver oar Una, |S6 pei month
PO  RENT   FOURTH    si Ki i i   Bl
low Third   avenue, .'. room mod
oottage; r, nl I-i par month.
TO   RENT    FIVE-ROOM HOI BE ' ��N
Prince a street -rant $s per '"��� '
''���'������   To* oi   dui ,
���
��� I   '.i     li ..
   Ul    ���
"'   ''"     ^   "     - -   ,.i ui
llm si-.,   : ii thai cerl   ... ar,
THEATRES.
V, 1 Sl MINSTER     OPERA
Lorn* street, w  N Carty, mhnnger an   ...
Special attraction^ provided during i�� the Dial
ths   ��� v,,ii      Advance ������ ���   ��� ��� office, ,_ ,,,
Drug Store *������ .""���'""  ol it
more    , irtic itai
.HE BDI80N  THEATRE,    CORNER , .,
Columbia  and   l-.liti.tn       High
rim  pli torse,   lUustrnted song ���
r ogram Changed Monday, w.-.ii. ��� west qn
���'. i Friday, 1,,   ,., itbw ,.   ���
WOODWORKING
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE S.'HAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New S\e-l-
min.-t'T Miinuf.u-t iters of mod.rn
saw and shingle mm machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
FOR  SALE   FIVE-ROOM   CO! I Uli
���every   convenience���air,,   chi.
house .in | good stable      I ->
t.i_.- la full, furnished and mu i   ���
Bold by ih.- first of June
ntween Fourth and Fifth   n
Pric. on terms, 81890      h- d
P   v
VI IS 1 MINSTER        WO. >|.\. UKI\ im,
��� *       . .     !
Co.,  bank. onV,. BS I  I tore  fittings        '
cabin' ���   si vr,    shoe i ..-��� ���.  n u  i      ! '��� '���'
detail ��..rk    Designs and e-ti    <>f aontfa ii..; "!
���   furnish.-!      J.   I ������ ���- I    ��� .     ,
tor.     Work     Coi ��������� r  Eleventh
.   Una     r I > boa III  Pnohi
I
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
HALE BROS A CO., LTD. REM. ES
late and       irnnce. ]
Columbia street. P  O   draWi r I
i otrnahlp it
You  and   LboSfl c.aln.i
���   i    Bi _    Sl|    ;������ .
..ii..   Iotl
���..f  .my   unrei    tered I
all persons    . .m'ng si
the sal i land 1. deaeeal
ARCHITECTS.
SITUATION WANTED ��� YOLNU
man, 87, English, wants steady work
in city. Box 957, New Westminster.
WANTED���Girl to assist In housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
FOR  SALE.
W.  D. GOODFBLLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block
EDWIN  G.  W.  SA1T.   ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 83H
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in e.ectrical machinery,
fixture* and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 9.8.
FRESH  MILCH
H. Madill, Royal '
FOR SALE���TWO
cows. Apply W.
C]t)'_Realty Co.
FOR SALE ��� SPLENDID LARGE
lots in Sapperton almost cleared,
close to car line, on the easy t>-rms
of $25 down and $5 a month. Q
McGill, Phone  B43H;   Box 395.
FOR SALE���ADVERTISING SPACE
in the columns of The Daily News.
For rates apply to Advertising Department; The Daily News, P. O.
Box 29, or 'phone A22.
FOR SALE���A TWO-YEAR-OLD
colt, about 1100 pounds, unbroken,
Percheron stock. Apply Andy Tol-
mie. Hammond, B. C.
ELOCUTION.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street. N��w Westminster
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSEIUE*-
Ltd.. Burna.y Lane��� Kor healtby,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
ABBOTT i HYDE, (V II C ABBOT]
Manager). R<-ai aetata, Insomnoe,
i.,ans, notaries pui.iic, eooveynnoM,
118 Oohunbia strset v. o Boi 847.
Pbone 881.
BBTTLER8   ��.S_     . -TION OF B  C
- P.   11   Hr,,Mn.  manager,  P   O.  Box
856,  phone  li  I
8-ROOM   HOUSE   ON   EIGHTH   st,
������li-cttic light       11500.    Kjis>   t'Tini.
1   ACRE   IN   BURNABY   CLOSE   TO
car line; 15 minutes from clt>. 1750.
I  '. 0. F     .MirY LODGE NO r:
I h.. regul u   ii"' ting ..; ttda todgs
iald In 0 Idb I owa  ball, 0otnm
bla  street,  everj   Monda)   .vMing - " ragiatered under i  ��� pi
at 8 o'clock     Ja.   Ferguson, nooi- ' t ���    Land Regis ���    \ I
f'����';    ��   0 Oothan   rs    tacy     ������,, .-,,���,,. , ,,:l. ,!-,,.
ROBE OF    COLVMUIA  LODGE NO -.- within forty-fl
115. Soni 0l    F.r.rlsr.d    B   8     R.d    . ,���     ,,f  tb��   flr-t   pul |   .
rm.    Djgrjaa   bhu   nm!  snd ,      . .
fourth    Wedneedsy of  ea.'V,   tt.or.V.
in K. of P  i.vi. Agn-H street   SI I   va"'''  ' r '"ti:"'1'    ���'
pm      Whitr    Boos Psgrsa   tonrtn    idlt| Und wtthla snd
Wedneedgy   in es*h   mo_:h, asmeldelsttlt of redemption
<im;, I."1 ,""",'L   V!-'"nr ::.'.' " :   tlnn- ron tad each of yon will
cordially   innt<*d     g org.-   Bows
pies : H Ditnev, mcj
-������������ ssioppad and debarred '���
ting up any rialtii to or In r,-.
HENRYS   NURSERIES  ���   PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
HELEN BADGLEY. TEACHER OK
elocution, physical culture and dramatic art. Every Monday, 3 to -
p.m., Knights of Pythias hall, or
992 Hornby street. Vancouver.
'Phone  B3535.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS.   ETC.
PAPER   HANGING  A  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsominlng, papw
hanging and decorating. Sixth
streot,   New   Westminster.
ARTHUR    O'CONNOR.
breeder, ,1049- Eleventh
FOR SALE���GOOD 200-EGG 1NCU-
bator, Petaluma. For particulars
address B. C, News Office,
THIS  LICKS COCKF1GHT1NG.
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOTS
when you can have 2 1-2 acres ot
land 1-2 acre cleared and planted
with fruit trees on the main lJort
Moody road, 3 miles from Westminster postoffice; pf-rman.nt water, for
$450, or
2S ACRES FARM LAND, 12 CULTI-
vated, good 7-room house and barn
on Fraser river, fiOO feet deep water
frontage, wharf on property, 4 mile.
from Westminster; close to railway
trackage, stores, post office, etc.,
for $1500 cash; balance 3 years, or
$11500.
OR SALE���GOOD TEAM OF HORS-
��� s, weight aUiiit 1100 to 1200 lbs.
each; sound in every respect, ami
showy (can .he seen any time).
Cook & Ross, Front Btreet, opposite
Market.
POULTRY
street, and
Sixth avenue. New Westminster, P.
O. Box 425. Pjlre-bred Cockerels for
sale. Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eges for
hatching. A Write your require,
ments.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S        PICTURE        POBT
cards are on sale at. M. Mor. v.-
Stationery S'.or", J. G dan.m s "ct-
gar divan. 1', Mackenzie's drug store
and  'The  Pair,'  Columbia  street.
M ADAM _ IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
OPPOSite   the      I'o  -ofli.-v       Ho*   _,'!,
phon.. 41'- R..ii eitnta Bad Insurance, money to loan Call and SOS
our list of cit), (iiiburban and farm
properly before pun-hanlng elsewhere.
FOR SALE���ON MAPLE RIDGE 18
ucr.-s of esceUent Land. 6 acres
cl.-ared, :h<�� bnlance Hisnh'-d; IZ
.-or..  In  Btraa ��� B quantity  nl
blai-ktierri.-s, 1. ��� . tZMB .7
room house with ��!!��� vera.idnn;
chicken faOns. eti eti i - nv-nient
to church ��. school and rallwaj
station; good  ��� Bd In a go-M 1"
cillty; an Ideal plans for a fnilt
farm;  fo;  qui. l.   - ale   } i.
A. o   U   W     FRASER L-oiMiK NO        ,
Keednga the fir.tA nd 'bird Tnan- jth" " 4 ]aD'y *"'- ! "h��!l ���
day In en, h  month     Vuitlng brett. IOOrpOratioa   Of  the   Township .-
r. n    cordially    Invi-.-d    to    attend 'trlrt Af  Mission  ���� owner  there
!��.|Re  rOOBI,  A    O    1".   W    hall.  Od��1
f. Hows'   : |o<-k,  CJsrkwin  StrSS
COURT filU'NKTTK, N'..   i".   lor
��� Mwts the fourth    Prid.y   In   th.-
DOntb   at     8   o'ctoi k    In   th.   NBSU
hall. Oddfellows' block
BOGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per sitting of 13. Hans Voglsang, poultry
expert, 936 Keefer street, Vancouver, B. C.
PROFESSIONAL.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
.1. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking .-table for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference   furnished
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYL1NG, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie at,,
opp. Windsor Hot  .B
FURNITURE.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie s'reets.
Phone 178, night call 81.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS I'.ARIHS-
ters and solicitor-. Blackle block,
Columbia street, n.-w Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmond-
WADE, WHEALLER ft McQUARRIE
IF. C. Wade. K. C. A. Wbea!l<-r, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitor/ Havi-
ters, etc., 42 ly_i*ne street, opi��, ������
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Pbone 143), nnd the Vancouver of
' fice is at No, 5, Royal Bail- Chambers, 4.is Hastings Street west,
OEORGE   E    MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gttlcbon block, Columbia and McKenzie st-, n v.
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public Cn ' I
block, clarkson street, opposite tha
Court House, p 0. Box li*. Telephone 64,
f. ���
And I hereby direct th��t ; .
of  thl.  notice    for  thirty    da  -
dally   Bewepsnor     publish. 1
Wi��-itmlniiter  will hc irood    ��nl
cl��nt  serrlre  thereof
Dated  at   th-   !.and  R'i:l��'
Ni a Westminster, province
l FRATERNAL   ORDER   uF   K AG UGH
\r:e No   -''     Ifsnta  ���'.   -4  Tm-sda;.
evening .it -   p m  in   tb. t-jt^.- -
hall, ('..lumbin atnel     \   Ctarl  %\ |(3ol��nbls. this 8ih Isi of \
Pre. .  11   Scl-if|e;.|   afcretary ..������,.
SuNS OF BOOTLAND BENEE1T \B
MM-lstlon. Ixird of lb. l��ii-�� Camp
It] Meets ��.n ths Rrsl sa I 'turd
Tneeday of every month in k .. i'
hall.      Chl��>f, \V   Huvn . lar. I
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAUKANT  -  CAKE
Tickets, 21 ��� il for $' Home
cooking Ul 'ks; no oriental laboi i Oi an day sad
nig ��������� tram office
ROYAL CAFB .Mrs   Archer, pioprie-
tre Our courses, con .tin.: ���.:
BO I] ,'. . oiled ��-ntr>e or roas'.
p id    ' ... h i. ��� offee or milk.
1.  0. 0   1'     ROY \I.    CITY    LODGE
N'i    i     MnetS    la    tl.'Itellnws'    ball
Coinmb a street, even Friday "m
lng at 8 oViiK-k \*i��ititig bretbrea
win be aandn wainoois Q i: OUley,
H, G . c   E Osborne, P Q, record
Int; se. r.-\ir.
0 9. KEITH
Ih.trlrt  R
To   H' nry   M inetT]    M.-irl.i   Kit
I.   ii   Ksrakna,    John  M i
DenSf and William Neai
NEW   WESTMINSTER   CIT
a<_;,___���,-_'. ,
OTHER     FRATERNAL    BOC1B1 11 H
inriiidi- the Union Lodge, Mo  8, a
I'     Bd   \    M .  King Solon.on  l.
N'i;  17,  A    F,   SOd   A    M       I.   ii   I.
No    ll ..i,   I.   o   i,. ,\,,   .   ., :    I',,!,,.
Bapperton, No   1*88, i, 0,.Jt; C. u
V    Court    Wsetminst-r,    No
Brotherhood of Owls,  Neei  No   88
STENOGRAPHY    _.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING.    Room     11
G ii Ion block-      P. O. Box 684
custom      STENOGRAPH.       and
Typewriting;  copy    work,  bttslneM
ettei      ��� i v     pr.,. Ini ������   offlc., Columbia street     Pbone 68,
BOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW  UKM
minster I.-ani of Trade mi-is in UM
li.ard   rtKim.   City   Hall,   as   follow*
Third Tburaday   of   each   month;   !>.��� inid m the   city Hall   In tl
Court  of   RevitiOn
Nol os i�� ben bj  givt
��e_Mu-nl   roll   lor   lb.  fl .
bueu rstnrnnd to me, sa I   ���
in> i.fii.e where it mai
I   BS_)     pOMOa    havltiK
' in. until the alt ting ...'
.,; Keviilon.
The  flrnt  Bitting of 111.   I I
Or. ��n on the said aw*<ns:
f|iiari'-rly     im-vtlng     on   Ui>      third
dn on Wednesday,   ih.-   Hth
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE   BUt  and  BELL  FURNITURE
and all km,I .,: at ., and Second
hand good* A Spi-' k, near Tram
office
Thorsdny of Fsbrunry, Msy   August v
and  November, at  S p.��       \nri.ai : M-*>   Bat*, at  l" oelocft    la  I
meetings on th*. third Thursday of|*ooa.
February    New membi rs  mai   b. \    Am   person   Intending   *"
proposed and elected st any month- again,, ,h��� ,  ,   mm ���
ly or   qnarteny    mivtini:      c   11.
Btoart-Wade, swerstary.,
LAND   REGISTRY    ACT,
writing to ba Bind with  ���'
at  least seven days before ''
si'ting of the oonrt
w  A  DUNCAN
Take notios thai an app os Ion baa Cltj |
been made ���% regl '���     ba corporation I    citv Hall, April 7. i I
FORGED TELEGRAM
CONDEMNED 8Y SYNOD
Presbyterian Church Protests Detestable Means Taken to Defeat Templeman.
Victoria. May 11.���At <Jio meeting of
the PregbybBaian Synod, just closed,
ihe question came up of th,. now no-
unions "forged telegram," by the use
of which, ln the columns ol l-he Colonist, the defeat of Hon. W. Temp] -
man, the Liberal candidate in the last
federal election was accomplished, it
was Introduced when the moral and
social reform committ.-e reported. The
committee submitted questions to various parts of the province under various heads. One of the questions
was:
"In the oh-otions that were held during the past year, lias there been evidence of corrupt  practices','"
While several of th<- Centres replied
lliat the late federal and municipal
flections had been coniluou-d in a way
i hat wiih grill Hying, Victoria reported
very   Beynroly   upon   the  forged  tele-
grain   episode.
The  report   from   Victoria   wa    ���������'
tollows:
"Wiih uin  accord   .n.- ition is mads
of the Infamous   forged  telegram' tn
conectlon with tbe contest In the i
of Victoria.   The 'confession' receli
and  published  by  the chief  bead "f
another denomination  has    only    in-
tens.fled  the detestation   for  auch   a
bane  thing.    It. is abhorrent  to our
sense of decency that not the slight
est effort should be mad,   up to thl
hour to havi; this scandalous business
.Ivili   with  officially."
Tiie Presbyterian church, as well aa
the morals committee of the Synod ol
the Anglican church. j,-ik thus placed
on record it.�� strong condemnation of
lh-  tactics  employed   b)   ibe  CotonlBt
in  this respect,
;J
+o+c+o+o+o+cio+o+04:.4.-+c+o o+o+n+n+o+c+^o+c+c+o+o+D+n
TWO ACRES
NEAR  CITY.  ALL  CLEARED. FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE  HOUSE, STABLE AND       OUTBUILDINGS ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE     FIRST-CLASS   SOIL.     $2700.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
TAKI
FORMER   MAYOR   DROPS
THREE   LIBEL   SUITS
Los Angeles, May 11.���Former Mayor Harper yesterday wlthdn-w thre..
llliel suits against the Evening Express for 1200,000 and $100,000 and
one against former City Prosecutor
Thomas Lee Wool wine for |5U,00U,
Tlu. suits followed the publication In
the Kv-.-ning Express of charges (by
Woolwlne that vice wan IxMni; pro
tected by city officials.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY   TO    LO A IN
0��O*O^O��C*O*O04O#O��C*C*O*0
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CAW ROSS, Al UN.
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and 1 .IR-
HANKS. Dally tnllla (exci'pt S��:. lay)
carrying passengers, mall, .xpres. und
freight OOnnSOi ��IUl Hiage. al Car
cro.iH nnd Whlto Hoi-k... maintaining
a thorough winter service.
For Information apply to
J. H. R008R8, Traffic Manager.
Junior Baseball
Following Is the schedule of games
in the Junior Baseball league this
season, the lirst-named being the home
team In . & ii case:
May   13��� Lion.,   vs.   Tigers,  at   Sap
perton;  Y.  M.  P.  A.  vs.  Reavers at
Bapperton,
May 20���Heavers vs. Tigers at
Qu��en'a park, Lions vs. Y. M. P. A.
at  Sapperton.
May 27���Lions vs. BsaverB at
Qiivri's park; Y. M. P. A. vs. Tigers
iit Sapperton.
lurie li���Tigers vs. Lions at BappStv
ton; Heaver., vs. Y. M. V. A. at
Queen's park.
June    10���Tigers    vs.    Heavers    at
Queen's park;  V    _.    p. A   v . Lions
at Sapperton.
June 17���Heavers v_. Llona at Bap-
p-crton; Tigers vs Y M. P. A. at
Sapperton
June 21���Lion, vs. Tigers at Bap-
pnrton; 1. M. P _. v��. Heavers, at
Sapperton,
June _8���Beavera vh. Tiger* at
Queen'* park; Llona vi, v. m. p. a.
at Sapperton
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
W..k Day tcrieoul..
Cars leave Vancouver for New Wesi
minster at C:50, 6:00, 7:20 ond 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11180 p.m.
Curs leave New Westminster for Van-,
couver at 0:50, 0:20, 6:1.0, 7:20 and
8:00 am., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cur* leave Vancouver for New WeHt
minster sl I 00 ami I ""
aver,    ball   hour   iii   ���
U||.   ;, iii
c in ic:i\e ,n. �� Wsstmlnati i
couver at 8:00 i.m., and nvi
hour thereafter until 10 ""
ear 11:00 p n
D. J.  McQusrrn,  Local   M_ni<gfl
Wcttmlnttor.
Grsat   Northern   Railway.
Lv. _.W. 0:18 am., ar. BsnttlS I
Lv. N.W. 1:80 p.ID i ar Seattle 10 Pj
Lv. n.w. 18;10 a m , nr. Basttla '
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 n tn ;  ur   N W. 8 P
Lv. lsattls4:U pro.! sr. N,W
p.m. t
Lv. Snattle llvIO  P "' I ��r   "'W'
a.m.
Q   n. R.���Port Gulchon.
I*ave. New WssttUIlSWr on T��
day at 10 a.m., mtom�� ��' n l>'"
city.     Leaves Thursday, 4 1'-in- ���
rive. In city Krlilav 8:45 a--" '"'
Friday st Sf.0 I-"'��� ��rrlv,,a "' '
Sal urday at 0 ani.
Leave. Port 0-iohO-  ��l  J ���*���  j
I'lil'' a
Tuesday,  6:30  a.m   on    I "n 1
fi^Ofl.m. Sa.nnla.v-      '^""""'J
murium fi p-m.. Thnridsy ��n.       j lOO'l
THE  DAILY   _TEWS.
PAGE THHliE
LAND
_-���, L��"d District
c7oU -Mo,u8ound
p*tf:tc     ,,,,)���.   JacoLson. of
������' :���-,���' ladK '.
,; :���.s..onto
MT crioed  iaad:
_**. plaatad   a.
, berly ani WOO
��� foUoWtag     tbe
I ���  |   U)   Um
iced v;ith
c
owaivs
gas -KDHIN HOOD"���Tin Fl���u. That is IlilTorsnt���
i��  Your Home Yet?   You should Start
,ov\
u.ui put offTryingThis Wonderful New Flour
i...i. ���-, ������ ___,��,.
I ������. i i that i
������
-   ���    . eat i
i bi ���  l�� gr��al rarli i     :.
.   i�� diS.ri r.. .-.[,�����
.-..���'.-       ���    ���
'.r.al   .,��� -l ,-
ROBIN  MOOD ������
�����.-, i tbe
bewna wbea
..,������,.
mists**, snd ink- sd vantage   ��� ���
���}
ROBIN   HOOD  '..--..
ing. It ��:���. .aa   o'
,     . .ring y _.. . .,...-
���_,.������
The  daj
In ��� .;���  One
BO?
vi-. i usi   be v.
B mOSt     ��� ;���������
inference in i
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."���--..       ���   ���   CS
: Of   thl       ���     '    -
���   mo ��� ' an
bow tc   raid tbi
tl..     ::	
��� u_d It In I
-., ,--       j , m ���   !< rgei    tnu
ROBIN    HOOD    '
IT IS THE FINEST
LOAF YOUR MLSQAND YOUR CHILDREN OR YOU YOURSELF CAN
I AT
HOUI    '.:.--    ' .'    ROBiN   HOOD v n
. any 'bar, s you i i
- t��������� ���-.  ;-        ���   ���    -. '      ��� ' ���- :
���   : H   ROBIN   MOOD   .
ROSIN   MOOD   BOS
Beet of *> -Win*  mori   .ster thaa
���
c��mUl  ��e
li -.   ���
i   ���   ���
ll.i   % ��..   .:.������ ���
with a
��� >...-*   .-������
��� ���   ���
IN HOOD Fhonr is the Flour That is Making
a>.n. ation in Western Canada All Over the West it is
Being Talked About. The Question Neighbors Are
iskinc: Today is:   "Are Vou Using That New Robin
Hood Flour'."
THL SASKATCHEWAN  FLOUR   MILLS  CO., LTD.. MOOSE JAW, SASK.
REMOTE NORTH IS
BEING DEVELOPED
ol
brl
Government Agent is Going
Into Unsurveyed Districts
of British Columbia.
II May 11��� Followln-
up v ..... lopnwnt .if the
aew< ,.;   ,-. io it,  colum iia,
��� ���. . al ba com] - I
SITani ..- ..tabtlshm -nt
ot a .. offli al i "V 8i
.'" i ��� en re of tbe Pounce Coupe
oonnt .. . r, mt: f tribn
to th i' ��� on be Brltiab Co
lum ,i .,: -. ,ine, and tbey have
dnspatchi K . < ampbel] to the
noi" to ��� ., . -���.: as governmenl   .-���
Mr. I reached Edmonton toda;..       il-- .  ;.                     ;...    ,,..���*     C,.|(]    0(
notion    I _U     _         Un, Ung     and
Lower 8 ake  and w:-l Ipaee the
ott)   abou May   14,   iii.n, -iiaiei..   u._
... them deni ���,; toe     H--
Iwrlll   i.-..   ; ���      tl      ��� .    ....
ty       ..-.      lo Li B ��� ��� ������ laki    b . ���
'- ���..:��� ..i roa.I LO P
it. ���       I lng.  whi       he   will   aiiitin
tak.-   ..     tenn the Peai
���r, 1     ��� .lohn
M     .'.    ,.!,���-.i v      .   ' i ii-h a immature I      I v i ,,wn In the I
ir*        tl     -        of       -vry over ���*   .'
...          !..      v          .diction   b
,.:              eat i   . oh
on    will he   ���
��� fl
��� -���:   and  v-i' ���
���   . ���
country   in   Urit.  :. terrttor.
mountain ridge an | wi
���-.. erta boundary     Ta.-   n
..!   I   .���;-.-1      ,-;.���..    ,. ���         -.'    IJ   c(
lhe   gr.-at    I',- ICe   rive nd
,���-...-��� big
thunk of rich   prali as Well as
a net   work of stn bj
���,,   e filled v   li gold I co   ��� i -
������. -.;!.���       1 b.--  : ���
est    -���     Ung   ���-:��� ���   tor this terrttor.
ia v ��   bi  H..;���-.-��� ���      ..    the m.
aii ���  ii.. ���    awaj   :.       fm ���   Si
Jol.:.
I. rf.   num; -       A   aettli   ���   are  toeing drawn towards tba'    ���-.-.���  ol the
con.,        ai,: are Ilk*  f to fl
Hit ���   - i Ip ot  land  u;, n.  (be   i.
of th    ,    ��� ������   ���
north    as
tbe    ���������������������--.
oated **ith Information i   -
���,   ������    maintain-
!������: and enforcing of law ap.
. r.   -.-��� ,.     that a       reaent
.:..< i-. tbe dlatrfd
���:. tl ��� re much coal in that couv
h,. -  ow of'     .    Campbell waa
Ml
.      ���     ��� is     a
tbat   distil
. ���   i
gold up th.
- ���
-it... ���
��� ���   I
i:  wa "���
I  Von   Hai
,   .       i   . ii .     who for wt
��� I
.-. ������   McMun-a.
onton on the  Ki
tbe dl
.   ,   j will inks s 11---- part,  n
.-. ih Wm    H.   lays be Is certain i  ���  ���
, x--,-     i ....   ������; ���-,...-.. gome SOO i
In area along tbe
Slav,, lake    He artll also extei .
,   ni, m  .- .*. ������ McMurray.
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BARLEY
MADE BY
> ��� CAIQABY AlBERtA - (
-ihAwnnuwaasacBtAi ����iosi
He Likes It
TilUooburg, un:
; :,e Brackman-Ker Oo .
Dear Sirs,���] have ii,-.n u--in>.
Ba   ���-;.  Bread reaularlj  aim
���:. ��� ��� a marki. bere,
l ilk,- tbe Savor and prefer ���'
:  ad made from wheat Hoar,
���   ��� mote .-,isi:> digested,   i
���   .. :    lid.-d ��uh In
digestion, tint nse Barley  Bread
simply tn-' sum   i .ik. it      i hi
.,,ar holds molaiure much longer
than    whol.-    wheat    bread or
i.ri-ad   made   from   white   ti-.uT .
ia.     v. It.   Join       m.    m   re.oti.
molding  Barl��~y   Iir. a.l to ail
Yours truly,
D  McFAR-ANK
We   have    _*a*..rnent��  from many otb��r�� s milar to above.
Atk your bakt- for  Barley Loaf,  your  grocer  for  a   sack  of  Barie>
flour.       Recipe.    -,  each  ��ack.       We   guarantee   this  flour.
+
+
+
+
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
*+++4
HAINS
FOUND   OUILTY
OF   MANSLAUGH I E.R
Fiush.ng, N V., May 11.���Th. ....
In tb. cana '->' Capt Peter c, H_uub
jr., United St. charged with
.    er of William  _.  Anuis   oa
��� -   . . r_'.>\ brought in a wi -
���if guilt) of man laaai "v in the first
d-rs-v-.- thla aft'-rnoon.    Tht- jury  bad
__��i  out   four  hours.
-a.
lon.
mu
qua '
th.
int.-
on
oo
May  "Canada   Welt."
-  mads   \v. -���   Montmy    for May
i wl ., sa si li le bj Artbnr S.nng-
er     Mr.   Optimist of  Calgary," which
al -  *o a rather u.,u_uai de. ������������
tireesf, joyous apirlt of the West
i :.._���   Romance of    :.���     Theatre    in
Canada."   by  Rob.^n  Bia-k,  drania*.i_
editor of tb. Toronto '-News," t-.v-
uf the  progress  _,{  tru.   i-tag*. In Canada, and is Ulastmted witb ph-to-i of
old   theatrical    fSvoritea.       The   . on-
eluding pap.-r of '.The Rural Nucleus.
by Professor Charles Richmond Head-
"TMm gives 4% statistical  accoin.   ol
-I...; cot. ii-Jon.- In V.'esu-rn Canada.
whlK; thi-a mon-.', ��� laatalmeot of "The
Sowing'    prvsen-.s  -.he   views  of   -arl
-anhojK- on the immigration pr >jlem
v   thirl of    The  Letters of Louis.
������  Loni. Kon. appears in this months
i.-iu-.   and  continues   the   recital    of
��� tperlencea In Canada of the exiled      Russian      revolutionist.        Th-
Story   of   t(ie   Play"   features     Salvation  Sell,"  Mr>-   Piske's  new  vehicle
and i-. illustrated with a portrait ske-ch
��� ,;   Mrs    P_ike,  drawn   from   Hfe   by
Hugh Camp ell  Bbon stori.-s. articl--.-1
and ���>��� v   W.irman, George
H  Cn-    i._   \:i: ,    Hawkea. John Day
8   K. Kis.r .'  l.  Armstrong, s. Wen-
wood an,',   ��� vV-lli..     Ihe cover
Mr.   Optimist   ot
iBb of a yount:
i lian  art! ��� -    .    MncLel-
rery deep di                        I        .bole number 1s profusely
nt rated
Bl .-iring of guns nmbr.-llae. type-
writer., and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty
Alex. Speck
Colombia Bi
"Man on th.  Wheel.
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Succe.  or  to
Mayer. A Pre.tcn
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Phon. 105.
FSHMATfS INCLUDE.,
MANY ITEMS FOR B. C.
Nineteen   TTisosind   Dollars   Addition.
al   Allowed 'or  Protection   of
British Columbia Fisheries.
lew Sp
Met
.iru-"
and
Goods for
Gentlemen
Hi!
'*�������.,:.
Wing
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
Wben ran hav* made up your mind to do some painting,
remember that la pays to "����� p*mt or varnish that win stand in
all  weathers .
Elephant pamt is made 'rom 'he purest of oil and lead, and
the colorings In ll ��r�� tn<" v,r. b"" thal can ���** u***1 and STS
mined by experts who thoroughly understand ev��ry branch of
the   pa'nt   bus.nets.
Our V"e of varnishes and stains includes the following: Jap
a lac B-p.��c. Berry Bros, Hard O.i and Varnishes. Standard
Varnishes, and Wilkinson, Heywood  4 Clarke's  famous  English
line o�� varnishes,
Y u E N j. j. TRAPP & CO., Limited
I   mntrrliil      f  ���
��� nd miltl'is-  .ia ���
'" I  fll snd Roo.l
*��0r:
9 0-
Coli
u- L
Su
0   .A.,   \;      il     . ., ������-:-.
i i    .i.'"
Jd i.ii tb ���  ui the hou*. "t com
on     \s     B-
leldin_   in. lude $'.. ���  r '-1"'
��� X1...I1-.--   .;   be ofllcera ol tbi   iuuv:-
vation   oominlaalon   und   |10,DOO   toi
.<���     . \j.- :v -     Oi     i.v     <'..i:iiui--.-ii.ii.
o   i    ivlds   for   ex,.  : ..!,' nts   in
IU'      V'l.l IV.I-.-      Ol       lialtt.      $.".0lX.       I
public  building .it Cumberland,  Brit-
,^h Co  imOle   .'-'0t>o fur alterations to
h,.  Victoria, itiitish Columbia,  po-i
office,    ���.'". 000 for    the    dredgioi ot
British  Columbia  rivers,  I-'..'-1 io  tm
!V    �����>;    cOaSI    trail,    Vancouver   1s-
,11,1,     119,000    in    addition    to    tbe
amount required lor the Baherfcj. pro
tiiciloii   serviie of     liittlsh   Coluuibin.
>... miij for   espense*   in   oonnecttoa
.,ith nrbkratkm bslne    The  Hu.ue
ii, iiial  and  120.000  to  provide  Can
,da s   i��>ltiim   of   the   PX11.US.S   of   the
ioynl commission t>> inquire Into trade
tllbtions     l.etwxn   I'unadii     and   the
\ ��'s: Indies.
It   I.   Borden suggested that the re-
���yncpss ot Canaa-- ^orth-'���rVe���-
Ho-.iesteaa Regulations.
A.y even num.erea st-cuon of Do
Blin ���'!- lands ;. Manitoba. __s_at.h
ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 a: J M
not rcser.-/., m_y ne homestnailsd b>
any person who Is the sole bead ot a
.ami!)*, or any male o\ .r Hi years o.
age. to the extent ot one-(juarter sec
,iou of 160 aire?, mure or 'ess.
Application for entry mim o.
in.de m person _y the applicant at
s Dominion Lauds Agency or sub
agency fur the district ln which the
land is situate. Entry V>y pro*y may.
However, be made at an agency on
certaiu conditions by the father, motb
.rason, daughter, brother or Bister of
_n  intending  homesteader.     i
The homesteader is rejulred to per
form the home-tead duties under one
of ihe v.Lowing plans-
til    At l._at s'.x months' resideuc-
upon   and   cultivation   ot   the l.ind   in
> ear  for  three   years.
CJi    A nomestea Ier   may.  if he  so
.'.-sir.-.  [*rfor'm  t.ie     required    rt_:-
dence   duties   by   living  on    farmin.:
.and owned  solely   bv   him.  not less
than  eighty   (J-0)   acres   in extent,  In
the   vicinity of his  homestead    Joint
ownership iu land  will not  meet th .-
requiremenL
(3) If the fattier (or nrntn.-r, if tha
father is deceased) of a homesteader
na. permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by bim, not lesa
i. an eighty (SO) acres in extent. In
t_e vicinity ot tbe homestead, or upon a homestead entered tor by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) Tbe term "vicinity" in the two
preceding  paragraphs  is  defined    as
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1 This is the    \
: Opportunity
Look  over  Henry's  catalogue
and :i,ake out >..ur tr'.a-r for
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds ���
Plant., Bei  Supplies, etc.  X
No  -inly agents ;o annoy you.  J
No da       e - ��� N
s - or customs.
YOU  PRESS TM. BUTTON.
WE DO THE REST.
! HENRY'S |
: (Nurseries |
Offices.   Gre��nhouses  and  Seed-
house?, 3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver. B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver.
TIME  TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
-by ut . uo a.m.; arrive
St Port Haney at . IS am. ,vii.
MnAdam Landing sl ^;���.0 a.m.; ar-
n\e .it Hai:i:i.ond at 1:40 ��� i ; arrive
at p.v ��� Kells al '.. i Q a m . arrivi at
n.w Weatmlanu r .it 10:J0 a.m.
Leave New \\ t-vninster ai 4:iHi
in.; arri\.- at Port Kells at 5 M |'t.' .
arrive al llunimoii 1 at 1:00 pui., arrive at Mc Adams landing at 6 1". p in ,
arrive at Port Haney at CV15 p.m , sr-
rive at l^itiKley at 7 (H) p.m.
Leaving   B.  A   K.  Wharf,  daily except Saturday.
������ ..I
"V'  ��'   "."  '""TilZJt1   ,.f?';U,lr!����eanlnS ��ot more than nine miles in
farmer, who visited t ana. In Inst year!
should toe laid on the table and i*-.
mmer Goods
��_
lasterl-rook  Milling
Enurne.   B. C.
V'.u
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JUST   ARRIVED
vial
HEE
rod   want   lot
Partem nt gun'
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B��>i tu
��l'|,0Mti
iHUNG I
;nan1 Tailor ���
New Westminster
Windsor  Hotel
Company,
FLOUR!      FLOUR"!
Imperial $7.00 per brl.gjjg
Huncitrian Jewel        $6.50   "      "
Verminal $500   "     ��
ma   rt ���    OT-   Kl.Olllt AND FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuarrie & U.- . -.
STREET. New Wssti-lnater. T.l.phon. *��.
lb.- bfuotlt   of  niein-
ii*,-
iweivi-d officially,
in   Mr. Borden'I
..aps j.rinieil foi
���ers.
port hai. not been
bat he lolli'lllieil
\iew.
Then- was a  teneial  discussiou On
the divoro. bill f"'' tl,e relief of John
lii'iuiison smitii      Chairman    Ktiuw
���of the private bills committee protest-
.���d agiiinsi the iiuinhei ol tJMMn hills.
n. L. Borden said no emane.
should be admitted which would not
be admitted In a laa com-:
W. F  Mcliean thoughi the tiim- hau
iiirived   for     the     .'sViMishiiifnt   of  a !
general    divorce    court    law  in    thej
strictest  lines
s direct Hue, exclusive of the width
of rend allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties in ac
cordsnee with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent l
for the district of such intention.
Six months'^notice in writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Do
minion Lauds at O'tawa, ot lutentlon
to apply for .patent.
W   W. OOKY.
Deputy of the Minister of t>>�� Interior
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st tbe steamer
Transfer will leave Brackman-K��r
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at _ p.m for Lado.r,
Westham Island and way ports. Bat-
urdiiy at 2 ;��� tn returning to N��w
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, .eaves Westham Island
every week day morning, except Friday, at 7a.m. and Ladner 7-45 am.
Friday leaves Westham Island 6 at.,
and Ladn,-r at 6:45 a.m.
Additional    trip    Monday    morning,
) leaving New Westminster at ', a.m.
This  schedule    subject    to change
: without notice
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT
JARDINE.
Manager.
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY.   MA
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Published by The Daily News Publish-
Ins Company, Limited, ax their offloea,
Th.- Daily News Mock, corner of McKenzie  ami  Victoria  streets.
���FORTUNE TELLERS" ARE
CRIMINALS IN MINNESOTA
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
Si. Paul. May 11��� The new Minn--
sots law, making "forum,, telling" a
orlme became effective May 1. The
statute Is entitled "an act to detin
v. . are vagrant, and providing tor
their punishment" Under this caption is 1 icluded, "Prostitutes, habitual
drunkards who neglect their families,
male pea-eons living with prostitut .-
mi,1   who  have  no  ristbta  meahs  01
WEDNESDAY,   MAY   12.   1'.'09.
OUR   GREEDY   SISTER.
We had occasion a day or two ;!^��
to express our appreciation ol the
Undlj sentlmentof neighborly goodwill
published In a Vancouver contemporary in the middle of last week. We
also found it necessary to apea_ out
Bomewhai plainly anent the un-nelgh-
borly action of the Vancouver Information and Tourist Association, In
utilising the advertising pnmphlei ol
om- city ;i- a medium tor attrsctlng
trial establishiiK-niB; and though perhaps it may be gradually, h is certain
that she will become the premier port
ujion the coa-t.
it is unfortunate that aireninatanoes
sometimes rob the Royal City of that
notice to which sh.- is fairly entitled.
It so ii.i|,|i.ns that tor the present she
is off the main track of the one line Ol
railway that connects thi_ coast witli
tbat on the east, and of this circumstance ber aggressive Bister is evei
ready to take full advantage, rime
and again has it hap] ened thai Nev,
Westmlnster has bom .-lighted in order thai  Vancouver might  enjoy   the
undisturbed patronage of distinguish 	
v_ visitors to the coast.    Even so lati   AL|__GED  KING OF
;is lust w.-'k we had an illustration of
the way in which the trick is worked
The   body   of    Australian   journalists. (
who are on their way u> the Imperial     Carml   II1-. Mn> H���News h:is been j
, _,     . .  received  here of tb,. death of Bdaar
press conference, exited on the ooeel  Thomp80Ili  klng <)1\in���  ,lf  11,;.^,���
with a desire to see the principal een   -BiBnds     Ho left bis horn,, at Albion, j
ires of interest in this province.    But  neai bere, twenty-five yeara ago Some
they were most jealously hugged and >'���"'** l��**r Thompson'a   lister, in Bai
support, burglars, 'yegg men" and
tune tellers and such other like
, rs."
rhe  penalty  is  Imprisonment
i-  months of a fine of   .100.
for
im
foi
FOR RENT.
A nice cottage cn Seventh Btreet, between Sect.ml and Third avenues  _..,
. , ' v,. I l||
per month.
A furnished house on Fourteenth street, six rooms, $25.00 per month.
A splendidly situated house on Fourteenth Btreet, between Sixth ai
avenues, including fruit, $12.00 per month.
no
J. J. JOHNSTON
Dupont  Block, Colu'      i    t    -rt
PHONL
FIJI    ISLANDS   DEAD
watched   lest   they  mighl   be  tempied
Fi    ciaco, rec.-iwd ;i letter from linn
teliini; that he bad married a young
to break away and survey the historic  pr-_c__B snd bad been .-owned rihk
.  Boene of British Columbia's i.igi.iniiii;   in; i.v   ,.-:iti..,i the si..v.     Members
���';;   Yv.   though    New    Wi.tiii.ii-���.,..   mu.   |of his' family sine hav    1 anted tha
suiter a little from -,his temporal,
eclipse the da. i*- not f.u- distant when
ii.'r position and importance wil] compel : i.,- a -��� li e "f .i;l tha pasa this
n a..
BRITISH   CAPITAL   IS
COMING   TO  CANADA
more Btartllng and audacious metho
of   boosting   the Terminal   City haa
.,,,,,,. ,.,���������   to light.     In Saturdaj a
issi i the Vancouver Province ap
peared an article, leaded and prominently displayed, stating thai
"Another    meeting  will h Id
onlghl to compli te tbe _<. '���- . ioq
ior the _malg_matio_ of Nea W
minster with the city ol Vancouvei 	
So tar iv;  a single   objacdi d  " i
been raised to tbe proposal since I Montreal, May 11.���it wns stated b)
Wl I.,.,., ied Thi .wi..-;. d Has Sir Edward Clouston, vlce-preiident
been emlrel. confined to the t." -. and genehU manager of tbe Hunk of
um as these are lnflnitelj more ad- Montreal, on bla return from urea:
v;uita-< on.- to the Royal City than Britain, that during the eonim-. sum-
wore those which marked the union mer a number of British capitalists
of North Vanoouver and Eburne jwill visit the Dominion and make a
with Greater Vanoouver, there can mur of the country In order to see
.- no doubt of the sue.-s.-f-l out- Its resources for themselves, so as to
come ot tbe meeting tonight." gauge its value as a field for Invest-
It is quite unnecessary to Stat    that   n**i?,'- ���___,___:__ ,.  _
. , .      ,     , . , , Thv- new British    budget, which  Is
this silly report la absolutely without   ..-r,icular]v ,|(,av>.  on  ^  Brltlsh   ,n.
foundation, and  that  not one  person   vesting  class,   will,  ia   Sir  Edward's
in this city, from Mayor Keary down-  opinion, drive a larger amount of Brit
ii the eve it of bis death be expect, -i
I.I-  son   to  snec.-od  him  ii-   kill-
"GET THE  HABIT'
Children's
Wooden Carts
i 'iv. hi
BPECIAL TODAY   i INLY
Crystal Theatre
DREAMS   OF   A   MATTRESS
THE
FERRYMAN'S
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WHITE  SQUAW
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GIRL
WIFE   STRATEGY
(Ctood fomi.  i
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M.it riffs 2 to 5.  Evening   7 p IT
Ad  -.is;ion   10:.
MANAGER   i    M   ( OMKTON.
Your   Monty   Gots   Further   .it   Ph
Hip.
ft J. PHILLIPS
New Spring Underwear (all weights),
per garment	
50c to S3
ThC   Fair    Edison Theatre
646 Columbia Street.
ward,  knows  anything  about  such  a
meeting as the Province talks about.
Here is a piece of the moat impudent bombast that was ever printed
on this coast.     Most trul>, as ig said
in this self    same article, this La an
"Imagination"  that has  "already  pictured in the^-e columns the commercial, industrial and financial capital
of the Canadian west occupying die
entire   ;reninsula   lrom   Burrard   to
the Fraser and the sea."
ft is indeed    Imagination run math
No  sane  person  acquaint. _   wiih   al-
fairs on this coast could ever Imagine
that   N.w  Westminster     would   make
the faintest movement toward submitting to engulfment by the city lying
on her northern margin.      The mere
suggestion of such a possibility  is  a
certain indication that   the   indivluai
who concocted  this  hot-air article  is
absolutely    ignorant    of    what  be  Is
talking about.     Thougn the people of
New  Westminster  are ever ready  to
forget and forgive, such an ini;
suggestion ns thi-    of    the  Provl
-.nigs at one.  to the fore the
memory  of  t_ie insult  offered
Ro>at City at the time of ihe ;.
1898, by the same journal.
This latest piece of blatant blufi  la
but on. more revelation of the i
ods that have    been    and  ar,.-      ing
adopted by Vancouver in the atl ...,,-
to rob the nobler and older city on the
Praser of li-r honors and ner rights.
From   that    famous    second of July,
nearly ont hundred years as
the intrepid Simon FTaeer ended hla
epoch making voyage on the margin
ot the Royal City, and at one,  dl
en ,i one ol the greatest ru
world, and the existence ol the     id
we know today iis British Columb
the   Vi, ���    i v :,.   fifty   ;. ea.".,   latl i    '
-; .   ol  on      eautlful  i Ity   was      ��� a
oui ��� Royal
Engine, i -. and then, i    ma ird to '
day New Westmlnsti .������ hu
pied a l". -tion   of    bonoi,
.'��� ...  upon    hi-  map > ���;   I hi
minion       Vnd tiiougi  tor reasoi
state in,- capital ...i  tbi   pro.,:.
removed  hence  to   Victoria,  and  by
ai cldi nl  ol  ,, cunurtan. e    Vani i
lm;. alnce   come into   e��ii i n.     the
Koyiii city -vi    ta id   v.ii- :������ .,.   did,
and, what is more, will so continue to
stand, poti ni In vigor, active in being,
substantial in wealth and Independenl
of the fawning  advances ol   hei   aggressive _ Ighbor.     ii the progri
our city has been comparatlvel)
il has be.-n solid, Bane and aubstan
Hal; her development has been si ady,
her ]iosition has been huili up gradually and surely  upon the firm    a da
of her natural    resources.      Bui   th ���
Terminal City owes everything to the
patronage of a great railway compan.
in  whose grasp she Is firmly held.
Anxious as are ihv citizens of New
Westminster to eatond the hand of
goodtellow.hlp to all ber neighbors,
yoi being conscious of the historical
and coiiitn. r.'iiil Importance ol their
cltj they do nol feel Inclined to play
���second fiddle to any other in the province. The continuance of Mmi -i";,i.
and li althj devi lopmem which ba -
attended the __igrowlng of oui Cii
from lie  birth fiftj   . i .������-  ago   .
,i  and  thi re    is    nothing In  the
i ower ol ordinary man : bai can arresi
i..      ii,-1  waterfront for miles in '���
n nt  I.  ii, r own  mid  ther. upon  will
arise in iin   neai  future great Indus-
ish capital than ever to this country       We buy for ca.��h and sell tor the BUM
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Snap!   Snap!   Snap!
FOR SALE���A NEW BROOMED HOUSE. WITH MODERN
CONVENIENCES, FULL SIZE LOT. WITHIN TWO
MINUTES OF POSTOFFICE. THIS IS WORTH LOOKING
INTO.    ADDRESS
Animated     Pictures     and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE  I  .7       ���     1!~"   OF THE
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a.  .       a .      . .
Program        I , ��� 1    Ifond
n.'s.i iy and  Pri.lay    Special  mal
for  ladles   nnd  children   Saturday��   at
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Ufflr. 'Phone   18..       flam    P_one  13?
Columbia  Street
Baggage    delivered    prompti-    tn
any  p��rt of the rlty
Men, here is a new
collar, just the right
openin*' 2 for 25c
all sizes,
u
Hoys' LongCottori Hose,
double heels, per pair
25c
PHILLIPS!
The Wardrobe Clothier.
WE   SELL  TWENTIETH   CENTURY   CLOTHING    AND
HIND  THEIR   REPUTATION
STanTj
YOU     WANT
BOX   30,
New  Westminster. Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
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appreciates choice footwear, and we are safe in saying that every woman will be greatly interested in
the handsome new Spring Shoes that we are now
showing.
GROCERIE!
ii c nisnm large   sa : !< -
..!   Clurl-i cre_m. large
JSrSSy rre.m. liirKr i.n.  !  |  |
Milk (Bias Rlbb m v , i
A����-.rt��._ j��m��. reg Is. ,
3 for	
BUTTER.   EGGS,  and   N _���
TOES  AT  LOWEST  PI
Adams&Deai
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JGASOLINE TANKS Made and In|
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stalled in Boats.
LAWN   MOWERS
LAWN   MOWERS
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Wcslminsicl
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THE FRASER
VALLEY
I^TARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
JOHNSTON'. Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
PUBLIC    MEETING.
A   pu iv SI  hi;  of tbi   'i'i ":
.\.-w \\ a lm ii '������!   wiii i.e held '    tne j
. ound I chamber, i 'ii>-   Hall, o    ITi-
day morning,   Ida.   11  ��' i" < K
fi>r ihi- purpooi   ..i  rocelvlng a  ,.iik.v
ami Influential   delegation   fro    tin-
prairla provlncea who are deelrom >.i
Laying   I sfor    tbi  dtissns  "f    Ni s
WOBtmlnstSl   lle'lr   plailH  f<'r   tbe   pro-j
l*>w-d ('aniidlan exposition and Selkirk
centennial, to bs he'd in Winnipeg In
lbs fear 1911, with ��� view to int.-rest
IllK  thl-.  Cltj  .Hid   illHlrlet   In   the ��_|.i.-
aition, snd obtaining iheir   ooopnra
lion and BUpOOft.
The Kftnerhi puhiii- being ipnclaiiy
Interested are rstiassted i" attend tbs
meeting.
\V. H   KIOAHV.
Mayor.
JQHN A   I.KK,
President Hoanl of  Trade.
New .Ve-tnilm-ier. II. C., May S, 1909
MADE IN CANADA]
M.We.  VourllXI'I.V   i
M.kr. Y..ur BISCUITSL%-
M.Ur. Y..ur CAKES Light
Makea Your BUNS Light
Makes Y.,.,r I.AIL >lt  I iglit
ORDER rnnM your   h.
I.RIXIH.
BBBBSeBBBBBBBBBBSBBBESBEBBBI>E
The Model Bakery
COR. FOURTH AVE. & SECOND ST
Om- celebrated  Cream, Brown  h"1'
linri.y Bread la In greai demand,   ai
wiiv-i   HWeit,   nnd     onre    ll.-vd   nlways
naed,    OUT  Csbes  i��:i<i  Cookiss  are
choice.
H. C.  MARK  A  SONS,
���Phone 435.
Cook & Ro
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  Front   St..  Opposito   M.irkrt,
WestmlnStsr.    Phone '189.
_ ,,i     ut     VArtcOUn
���nti   1260   Granvilit   b'-.   ' >
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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N E Wl
THE       "  "   '  '    ' '
DAILY ,e*.*Y'
may   12.   l'-H*
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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Thirty-Five Dollar
Suits for Ten Dollars
Nl   and A BUft-LUt     ���      -     n lai a.c_.T SUMMER    BUIT9    TO    GO AT A
-���-IR  original  P. THIBtABIINH_AIK COLOBB. ANO UOHT, FANCY
.   .ARIETY  OF  STYLES   101 ������    ���     ��� ,   -a6-TlSG   ftHADI        AND   OTHERS
...  , -���.-.-   BUTTON   OF  THE
*      MB,  FOR
ST   EVER T*    S Z|     iN   THI.   LOT,
$10
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Ladies'Dress Skirts
at Enormous Reduction this Week
-_   V :unii.   Vtnttivn,   P*n_
"ji    _ *reds   sni    Lustre*,   ind   ��v��ry
'   '- 1   iol       %   *   gfrgmi   birg* rl
*r_    brown,      navy       grer-
�����   and     Itr pfl,   inrj   ��   llrjt
'   I   of  tight   .trip*,   m.   .    I    ���
ita      Values te |io.o ��or N   .
FIFTY DOZEN
Ladies' Ribbed
Swiss Undervests
���  ...    Itiri.      In   three   Bt}  '
III   halt t ttvn or long ��!��.I ���
��� e���� for     1-k
Fine Cambric
Corset Covers
-l   .s th  torthon  lace  and
bbOAS, a l'n�� v���� have * WSjrs
. -1 snla at ...
40c Cambric
Drawers for 25c
-ind     lace    trimmed,  F.-
-rnli. but    over     American
-in���roomy.        Regular    I
2_-
* Sl i��ed  th.pment of  itock SOllSrS
���incy  neckwear,  jun   rece'vrd  W
'     a"d tee the splendid a_eo.t
ira ��howing from 25c to !��� '->��
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36-Inch Black Taffeta Silk $1.00 Yd
A beaut.'ji fif. finish one that will
not cut at loon at you make it up.
Regu!-' |1    .  f-   . per yard     ...   .100
All Cream Serges,
Cashmeres, Panamas, Crepe de
Chene, 50c Yd
It .�� ! . early .Hoppe-- that catches
all the inape, ana you can make no
mittak* in go in g f|, y a'ler these
\ a ue��  13  7Sc  for.   per   va-d SOc
54-Inch Tweed
Coating
la*i.  ngHt grey  and m d  grej    I  -a
��pe. i.il ly  for coalf.  In  Bfl  almost
invn.b'e  check,  worth  $1.35  per  yard,
for  Wc
34-lnch Pongee
Silk 50c Per Yd
-���-   .'-.,   silk, ��u.table for "���>���
lng ��u'ti or coats, and all  lad.es know
our     regular   price   for     th',   width   l��
laSS    than     6.c   or  75c-       Now
(ar .   ...     -0c
l    Hee'  plain  or  ribbed    cotton  and
cai1-, "ere   Hote. at   per pair  .. 25c
We ess ahntw you the largest stoc*.
in the c.ly of wain goods" in Ginghams,
Prints, Mui'ms. etc. and at for prices,
this store ��tand�� alone as regards thn
section, from 8c  to 50c  per yard.
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T. M. SMITH
headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
SEE
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THE  NEW  GOOD.   ARRl'
WE   DEFY   COMPETIT
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NLY     IRSTCLASS    GOODS     IN     STOCK.
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W.  E.  FALES
House Furnisher and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
v. i.
vd Bet at
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PRIEST  FORGAVE   A  MAN
WHO  TRIED   TO   KILL   HIM
P. O.  Rot 17.
Tel. __.        R.s   429.
Chicago   If a Hear
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Gasoline Engines
We   Sell the Celebrated
PALMER BROS.'
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H. M   BELCHER.
President of the Winnipeg Board o'
Trade   who is touring the welt advocating the  holding  of  a Canadian   Exposition  in  Winnipeg  in   1912.       He  is
fi     H    Lewis,   t-iii-L'���������*��� ��� a   member  of     the     delegation  wti'Ch
B        ���. ..     . -    -rcmes here  on  Saturday.
���--������- rd i ��� 	
In. foot I
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rttnniri- Into Hum i
ind        oi dlstrl -
Thv pieaaaateal ��a> io sptnd Bai
niK>n Is to taki      rtvei 'ri,
-    ������ and    back.      Tl.    Sfl
leaves Brackmaa-K r    a
3a
��� ������'.llniJ.      Fat>-    one dollar loi
���    ���  .nd trip,
Lever Prntber?. Torootn "itl send imu
frw   a  cake  ol   their  tVim-nis   Plan to!
���   <��>ap, if   j >u mention  this  paper.
WESTMIKBTKB
Iron  Works
JOHN  REID. Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
Bank of Montreal
KsT.-BLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL    $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000.000.00
Branches throughout Canada ar.d
New-Dandland, and In London, Ene-
; land, N*w York, Chic_go and Spokane,
V B \ and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, avallabl. with
correspondents in all parts of tn<��
world.
Savin--- Bank Department���Deposits
m rived in sums of $1 and upward.
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total   Assets  over   .168.0O0.O0O.W.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
G  D. BRYMNER, Manager.
MAKE YOUR APPtAL. to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
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X ASK  YOUR GROCER  FOR X
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having   ������
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And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED
The aban Weati
Co. meeting i
w -I i.. ���.      M -������    : I,   to diacuai
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and Rev   BI
v will t.ike pari       i he
.   |aj is obi irved ss Indepen-
I   ,   in   Noi \v:i;.    snd   i'1-'    ��������� ������
, t. oi :h:it iinintiy will  kf.'p t_S
,. in Boutb*lda with protier rev.-r
i,. \ big program of apeeobee, red
,.,.,. v..i songs, ending with a ban-
i.-i and sncurslon <>n tbe -"rawer, ims
��� prepared In honor ol tbe occasion.
For Wh-at    Barley,  Oats,  Chops.   Chicken   Feed.   Bran.   Shorts.   Hay,
a     etc.. ask  ua       We  will see that   you   get   it   promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone  335.
186 COLUMBIA  STREET. P. O   Drawer 100.
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III
FRENCH  ARE  HOSTILE
TO GERMAN BALLOON.
Troy.-s. Prance, May Ll.���A Gwman
aQoon with a;i officer and two _n-
t-ineer. on board, which ascend-j at
olbgne, made a landing here today.
r_a aeronnnta wvr.. given a hostiip re-
.vption hv tbe people, imt wvre al-
i,iw��i to leave after payment of the
custom| iluth"- The billoon and lug-
_a_-v, however, ��er<> s-arch-d.
Gotham Thieves Busy.
N*,'W York Mi- ll 8lnce th. first
of the war moro than $1. o.i.OOO worth
ot watch is, diamonds, Jewelry, siiver-
��;ir(. and otter \-alu*->Ie chattels have
b��<-n stoKTi in Now York city, according k> tha lists nl the loot which hnvv
been furnished rokers by Hi-.*-
police.
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My fates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
IfALPRtD   W.   McLEOD|:
i INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE U,
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PAGE SIX.
THK DAILY   ST^WS.
WEDNESOA
MAY   |_
QUESTION WHETHER KGINA
WILL LAND THE MINTO CUP
FIRE  ALARM   BOXE8.
APPLELAND
INCORPORATED
1905.
Baseball
New Westminster Baseball A��*��c.ation
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given in
each case being the hou- of closing,
which ig half an nour, ;-^s a rule, be-
lore the actual d&spartch. All mall-,
unless otherwise 6tated, are despatch,
ed and recel-ed daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are the C. P. R. *outn
and C P. H. ea. t mails, not Including
the way malls, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mailt Despatched.
tii00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
tbe previous nighi)���Vancouver via
(. N. K. "Owl.'' Victoria except Wednesday.
_:_u a in.���Vancouver via B. C. Electric railway.
Sumtis and Seattle, including all U.
S. Points east and south, and points
between New Westminster and Hunt-
indon, B.C., via C. P. R. south. Coquitlam.  Sapperton and  Fraser Mill..
8:30 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and eouth;
also all ixjints between New Westminster ���nd lil-iine, -ia G. N. R.
Note. -Cloverdale and district (Clover Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) Hazel
mere, Pori Kell=, Hall's Prairie and
Nicomekl despatched .lally excepi 01
Sunday;   Clayton,  Monday,   Tuesday,
CITV LEAGUE SCHEUILK. IMS.
May  11 ��� Russells   vs.   Young   Ut. Is.
May 18���Cubs vs.  Balmorals.
May 22���Balmorals vs. Young Lih'ls
May 26���Balmorals   vs.   Russella,
May .'.'���Cubs vs. RnaseilS.
dune 1���Young Lib Is vs. Cubs.
June   fi���Balmorals vs. Cub..
June    .��� Young  Lib'is  vs.  Hussells.
June 12���Young Lib'is vs. Balmorals i
June IS���Russells vs.  Balmora s.
June 19���Russells  vs. Cuts.
June 22���Cubs   vs.   Young   Liberals.
June 26���Russells vs.  Young Lib Is.
June 29���Cubs   vs.   Balmoral?.
July    ','.���Balmora s vs. Y'ouni; Lib' v
July    f,���Balmorals   vs.   Russells.
July   9���Cubs vs.  Russells.
July   13��� Young   Liberals   vs.   Cubs.
July IT���Y'oung I,lb':s  vs.  Russell .
July 211���Balmorals  vs   C��bs
July 21��� Young Lib'is vs   Balmorals
July 27���Ru=sells  vs.  Balmorals
July   .0���Russells  vs.  Cubs.
Aug.    3���Cubs   vs.   Young   Liberals.
Aug.    T���Cubs vs.  Balmoral-.
Aug. 10���Russells  vs   Y'oung  Lib'is.
Aug. 13���Balmorals vs   Young Lib. a
Aug.   17���Cubs   vs    Russells.
Saturday games commence at 3 pm
Week day gamea start at fi:30 p.m.
HOTELS.
Russell    Hotel.
C    K    Tow I. I',  .Sv-tllc.
A.   Jlliilis,    Vl HI.��. liver
Norman Vincent, _k.iittie.
.lohn  Chlsholm.  Vancouver.
0.  R. Tait.  YiiiHouver,
F. Steel, Vancouver,
.1     1'.   Thompson,    Vancouver.
. . H. u-ikI). Vanoonver
M. Mor.-, Vanoouver,
C, 1)   Miller. Winnipeg
John  Kilby,  Harrison  River,
F. A. Cameron, Bydney, Australia
c. B, Miller, Winnipeg.
John Clarke,  Vancouver,
A. c. Jiiniteson, Denver, Col.
C.  Cecil  Plaber,  Vanoouvnr
C. _>'in. Vancouver
A.   Blair.   Vancouver.
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R.
Btornont,   Vancouver.
Lang,   Van.-ouver.
E.  Miller   Vancouver.
Team   Is     Rounding   Into     Shape  and
Ifc-azen   Optimists Are   Almost
Hoptful of Success.
i Rsgina Leadei ���
it li now tun,, ih.it in.- liiiiosu, alt-
naii.'ii waa looked *..i from a gland
jK>ini baaed on tacts and criticised on
ill.'   tm i III   and   i'i'-'    ; -v rd-   ..n.l   '���
putatlom ol the men arbo are ndb
signed ""ii Regina, Several paoph
., .. asking  ibemselvaa tbe question
Will   Ri-gl!i.i   land   ibe    Mini,.   Cup
-.unl ther. Is ii" common sense In sa
Ing "Yee," regardless >>f everything
except tLat iln-. represent Regina
,\(.r Is tbert nni aegse In losing hsnri
because certain tbtngi are ���**���- Ul1''
,.,> i.n e true this yam tbnj might
haw I"- ii ������ i a.- laat.
A  Moose Jaw, Opinion,
Ther..  an-  tavern]   ver)   fai|   i
, isiu.- thai could be published ol    ���'
Minto Cup    team bin this    is    wa.,t
idooae Jaw has to bs)
"Discnssing     tbe    Bagtns    '���.,
��� .ros.;..-.--.. .i number ol  peop]
N'apoKson'i     remark    respeetini
, barge pl iba Ughl Bun.id. ll waa
magnificent, bul not �������: i in i
.-..ui-.-l,- .hat ih,. effort 1s a pluck)
-.'-. but thai ll ��ni be utti rlj mi
tie. To i>ick up a team iu s hnrr)
i.ike tbi in to New Westminster snd
expect  io capture  v..   Minto cup, ������
��� >        ting    ���>    1.1   Bl    ibal        I"'       i
i��� morn than monej. howe.     tm
it ma)  I... spent, i sn oo    P , ha.m a ���
that   ReglllU   Wlll   get   for   the   expeinl!
cum nf 16.000 will ire ex;- rh bi a    Re
mii.i I.a.- o.i papei -.tu o| : very
���,. -.t   ii ami   in  ('.in.i,la
This   paragraph   Is  undou '���    ..   aa
ti.-a:   ;��� i.- I . .an be found.      The
stares us In tb>- face thai practlai   is
t-ss--iiu.ii !.,; combinaooa and ll mnai
,.-   I ������ -,iii-,!   and     ll      will
\  -lum.
t,   Royal City Mills
. u nai von and Tenth,
s    Royal Avenue and Elgin li.
lii'.i Avenue and Twelfih.
I.    Bl    Mary'*   Hoipltal.
I :    Sen'inl  und   l'��rn   Row
II Columbia and Dufferin.
Bspperton
Royal  Coliimbiau  hospital
Queen's   Avenue  and   Sivb
bird K\ sn !������ snd Bnoond
Kifih Avenue tnd K<>u -h.
i'.i    Klfth Aveiiiii- i,n,|  I, gbth
i bird Ai."".  snd 1 ��� ath
\   i,e    and Slxia
i   gi banks Mscblm Work
Ci lillllblii  and   Ml KeMle.
���'-r,    C   P, B   Station
12   small tii Bui Kim MUM
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Br.ti.h Columbia Cos., Line
Service.
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WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK   Tilt;  TICKEI     M.I.Ml
TO BEND VOU  OVI.H
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Tralni Every i��ay in ihe fnni
hVtsvki:s
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
WESTMIN    n H IflCTORlA
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THK TRAIN OF iT-Ml
I UK        Null I'll WKSTKRN
ITmhedlSB the   newi-'.t   and
(or   COMFORT, CuNVKNIKNCK, and
LUXURT.      lt  U   lii-hv-d   wi-B   both;
LII)'    '',lu"
M...    11
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ALASKA   ROUtl
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and 11
NORTHERN   B   C    ROUTS.
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and ^7
Prim ��� *s i... i i ���
electricity and gas; the most brilliant   M .  2] a;i(- jun��� 2
ly Illuminated train In  lbs wi .Id. The
rqitiptiient . Miil-t   .,f prlvaUe compart-
ment cars, standard  16 ni-.tloa glnsp
rrn.     luxurbuiM  dining   rar.     recllnlni:
chair <-ars   (seats   flOe),   modefl  da>
_,!<_...rbe�� and  bullet.  |ih-ar>  and   -nva
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Vancoovi;  Maj  10  ami Ju:..
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Windsor   Hotel.
Moeely,  Belltngbso
Beadle,    l��liller
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J. C   Starbtick. Cli.vnrdale
.las.  Charbonn.-au.  llarelmer.
B    B   Wolls
Ben Clay, Lsdyynltb.
Alex. G. Jani��-son,  St   I>-onard<.
Lenark, Scotland
C. F.  Hosklns, Seattle.
M    R   Fachea, Port  Arthur
Si
ITALIAN PAYS LIFE FOR
SHOOTING AT MAGAZINE
t  CM-IAN  ��%
PACIFIC   W
Regloa 1- not a ih ep ,. I us Inform
our citt-Ba tii.u tin- eiiiiie team have
been getting im.. shape lor th,- puai
t��i, woaki and tbbj *ni ba>.. tw��
mora week- of three practteet a dn)
t<> g,-t down tn ��� h\a,:,.iu ,,i oombinar
tion.
Out  at   Practice.
Yes:.-rja>     Newt)     Lal/'it'l   .    U.i...:
son.  Bones  Alien   Upon  Morton snd I
Billy  Weal  were onl "n  tbe tleld ami !
doing a few eapera foi tbe benefit oi 1
alK;iit   :;.��.   (an-,   who   lined   tbe  BWna
of tbe  field
To Play Prince Albert.
The   Regina  Capltali   win   pla|    a
Incroaae  match  altb  tbe  '��st  I*Tintv
11 ben team In Regina im Wadnaedn)
Thl-. will  be th    n s-  run.- Ol  the s.-.v
Waahlngton, Pa, May 11.���Stephen Ison and tbi ������������ l on the anm wiD
I Page is dying in .1 hospital here ofltignre <m tbe i:' ' iwng DaVM
j injuries containing today when a mnga- Ison, LaLonde Murton Oorman, Shea,
I sine containing forty quarts of nltro-lweai    *-. Clark.     ��� id   Warwick
Iglycerine and 150 pounds of i)jfiMinll 1
in,- cars,
F.>r   Time   Table*.   Polders, or   ��nv
further Information rn'.i on 01 write
QUEEN   CHARLOTTE
SERVICE
si;
Prlnr,
F. W. PARKER.
2v Sr-c-.nd Avenue, Seattle
Ma
Beatrice
.(1 Jun,-  I
Widi
FRASER   RIVER
S.S    Beaver
Fruiii   N ��� ����� 1 WealUil 11111
Wedneadaj   ami  Kn'..,���.
rrom Chilliwack Tui-��
(and S al 7 11 iu
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Synopsis ut  Uoddidii   Homestead
legutatloiis.
pm
RAILWAY COMPANY
I blew   up     Bag.-  and   Tony   MocTatte,
Italians, nol   knowing  whai  was  In  lv
pinned a target 10 the magazine and
-an   shooting   a-   it   with   their   re
hrolvera. Morrette ��;is not hurt  Hous
I w
TWO
iABINET   MINISTERS
COMING TO  THE  COAS1
a mile and half awa)  were shaken bi
tbe ezploeion
ale transcontinental rallwa) ,
with    through    dining  first-j
sleepers and dining cars,      Atlantic expr.-ss leaves dally S:20 p.m.;
for Seattle    and other southi
police, wbo a is arr rted la 8    Peters-  tinguiah. 1 1 io rill
at 9:13 a.m.;  train for Agasslz   llUr_  ;.,..    ,  ,..,,-���,   ,,���   tbe    pcbnii U ��� ��� itonanugov.
12 p.m.     Week end tickets Bold charge of thai be wni  manage   ol s  erqpi  ol   v   ��� Ri    Pu
Women Crowd   RoSsian Court.
St.   Petersburg,   Ma.   11.���Th.-  trial
B oka "     M .      ll    Hon     _ ���
_..-.h.-r, minis.r of sgriCttltnrn fen tbe
Dotninioi 1 letter to R
in-iii.   . iu.1 1  ot ird  "!
OntTOl    I ���    u'li    national
farming coni ��ni al
the ai-xslon .,! the congi
Al> ava.iable Doinluiom UaJa *r.h
io the l_l!wty belt in Brll'.ih Coluin
6U. ma/ be t. .iueaU-ali-d ty any pt-rtoo
who U ttn mlg be��,i ���; .. family, of
��� . male oter IS jears o: age. -.. t .
eiien*. of o:.i -ijuart-r tevi.ou .,; ,'
11    ���   . more or tei*
Luiry  must  bu  u,.���j.   ponSMSily  at
���:������ . cnl .aud Offli.- '       ... In
'���������-.-,.:���     . ;
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K|.   vvI 1 ,
ArT.t     NiW    Wl
C    H    Pi )H I 1
\stai   Oen   Pnm  Agent   '���-.
J     V,      I lil 1,  I
Q* t,, ��� Bl   Si;.- : Bd   :.'    I
Sent#0n Approval
to I '��� ���:..: I  I',
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
of M. Loopnbtn, b form : directoi  ol In   tbia  city        \ Othei    ���;.
which  Uu  Und   ia  a;t.�� tl y  b>
pi _;. may, howtv.-r. ;,,��� ;;,,id,: on certain (onJitii'ua 1 y the tslber, BBOtner,
aon. daagbter, brotbsr ,,: aister uf *d
Thursday   and   Saturday;     Tynehead ,,,,,.,, points at one fare for round 1 revolutionary organ,  b<   sa  toda)   be- mlnlsti      ' ,      u   11   1 nTTSflfnf bnwssisadsi
     .       ...- . i a���. . . . .... .. ...........I ...... TU  I. ........ 1     II     , ..... .
and Bon  Accord, Wednesday and Sat
urday.    These mails are  all  rei
same days- as despatched.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central  Park,  via B.  C.  EHectrl
way.
12:30  p.m.���8t_-awbeiry   Hill,
berland   mid  South   Westminster,   by
courier  (Tuesday and  Friday 1.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Gulchon.
Westham Island and Snnbury, daily
except Sunday; Woodward, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via "J. C.
Bruce.'' (Steveston mail despatched
and  received  via Vancouver.)
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver    and    PU'fr Telephone 13
Siding, via 0. N\ R. north.
4:00  Vanoonver and  Bnrnaby lake, ' '
via is. C. Electric railway. Baturda)
nn extra mail is de��;>a'ch. fl io Vic
toria via Vancouver at this hour
Bialne an I Seattle, including all D
S. points ��� BS1 and south, via O, N. R
"Flyer."
'.' 30 p.m    0   P. R  ' ast, Bappi
and Fraser Mills.
Minis  Recelvsd,
'J:4."i .i.m     Bialne ant    Se.itle
eluding :.ll   D. S. points, via G
"Owl."
.:U0 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill
by courier iT,*.'"-day and Fridays.
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver   and   (excepi
Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C. Electric railway.
2:30  p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier,
3:30 p.m.���Blaine  and  Seattle,    including all U. S. points; also ail points
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
'.:30 am.���Vancouver  and  Victoria,
via C, ... II.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
fl nil hon, Wef.tham Island and (Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday 1 Woodward, via steamer Favon-'te, (Sieves-
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
12:30 to 1 p.m.���C. P. R. east,
Sapperton. Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p m- Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraaer Arm.
7:00 p.m���Sumas nn . Seatt'ti, Including all C. S. point-; and point le -
tween Huntingdon and New Westmin-
iter, via C. P. R. south; also Fraser
Mills
trip
ED. GOULET
Agent.
C,   II.   FOSTER,
��� ,t  fleneral   Passenger Agent,
Vancouver.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY I
MEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
I
Office, Eigl'th St. I
tncsteader ia re.'.:    1 to per
for.- a crowded oourl     Th.. and enon child ���   ���
was composed largely of women.    rb�� mentai farm 1
conducted    with    open sect   .. Western   r"im u,�� -Podilloni eonnneti
I doors before a Jury, including an  ad-  Oai b    and   with    under    one    of the    following
ml ral, a general, a mar
blllty and several peasants
V
Hon
lion.
���   .
ol ���
K il on,  1 hi-1  commli
t Victoria
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
,    .VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
ot
Door
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in
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J. P. Galvin
Wishes  to il.iink his many custi
foi   tlie-r   patronage    during  the
.���a:  and aniiounces that he has
Moved
his  tailor shop  from   Sixth  Btreet   to
Smith Block
l.'./ni/rorfurer.  and  Dm-airr.  tn   All Kma'
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit^Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone^ 12. New Westminster
The  Daily   News.
ROOM  9,
Entranci    626   Columbia   street and
Clark on street, nearly opposite 1 ��� '
phone offlce, and hopes to he favored
wiiii iheir continued patronage In the
oea vaiid.
ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT
plans:
il) At l��.i_t stx n-ontai' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud In
���a, a   j sat  for tbr��*e  >ears.
<2'    If t.ie filher (or mother, lf -he
father   lv  deceaeed),    ,,f    the    SUMS
���leader resides upon  a  farm  In    the
vicinity  of  the land  enti-nx]   for,   the
requirements as to resilience may  be .���
���atistled hy such person rei.ding wiia '
the faiher or mother,
(S)     If the sedlfr  has his  irerman   '
ent residence upon farmlUK iand own
ed hy bim In tlie vicinity of his home.
��� lead,  the  requirements    as    lo  resi- j
deuce may be saUHfled  by    reiklence j
Upon tho Mid land.
SU mouths' notice In wrltlnK should
be given to the Commissioner of iv.m
lalen Lands at Ottawa of Intention toi
apply f..r patent.
com.  -Coal mlnliiK r'Khti may  be,
leased for a period of twentyons y ��ri i
at  an  annual  rental  of  II   jer  acie |
Not    more    thsn 2.-t".0 acres shall
ii.i.,.|   in iiiim Individual   or  company
A royally st the rate of five OOntS P-T I
ton shall bo collected on    tbe    mer
charitable coal mined.
W* W. OORT,
Deputy of the Mlntrter of >he interior
R_ED  GEM
r/)��r Inh  Pone ll
$
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Fopui*'
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(or onlf
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60   VIAfir
IXPERICNCI
Offices     and     Editorial     Rooms,     McKenzie      Streel.
Opposite     Library.
Phone B508.
The Daily News is the best want-getter in the dis-
trict. Jthers have demonstrated this fact, und your patronage is solicited to the same end.
If you want help of any kind, want to rent your
house or rooms, want to sell or exchange any article, to
buy or sell real estate, try an advertisement, in our Classi-
Red Columns. Our rates are One Cent per Word for one
nsertion, Four Cents per Word for six insertions. Special
Icontract real estate rates on application.
Tnaoi Manas
Dcsioiia
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iptrtat ni*l-r, without OW**, In tne
Scientific Jltitericam
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_ulmi,,i�� ;t ��nr iwiniuiiip Journal,    Tamil fer
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���HE HOME PAPEF
Ih   the   Taper   That   I-Hntr   All
the      Home      News,
The     Dally     Newi
10c  a   Work.
lEtcellent Train Service Belwrn
CKicago. London,
Hamilton, Toro-itt
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Bostoi
4ndnil the principal bustassiissnH
ONTARIO, QUEBEC ami  the MA"
TIME PROVINCES,
Also to BUFFALO, KEW V()KK
PHILADELPHIA, vm Misgsrs i>ai
For TtaeTsblss, rtc. sddrssi
GEO.  W. VAUX,
ARsnt, 18�� Adsms St^ Ci
THE
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THE  DAILY NEWS.
PACT.  RKVaKV
CROQUET
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Province Has No Rights in
Non-Tidal Inland Waters
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X PHONE 57.
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fed  ihat thla event *'.:���                    non-tlda     Tbia
W. C.  C-arrberlin tells dnirondi that flash their rays bright.
And M   i s�� a pnee that  .% fair and  i�� rght,
Olitte-.n j gems that aroe.il to the eye.
Best  ear-*  prodaces and  money can buy!
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CHAM BERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE   AGENTS   HAMILTON   &   LONGINES   WATCHES
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Its !��� ��� said lo!
In > . .*��� ' v ���.���[�� lit,, of
.-.--. ���   ���  ��������� ts fclR- mat^r
cai  .-��� - t   ..nil  oortr>i-i>
I i'*.- and     weatrrl-.
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THE   BICYCLE   '���'
SPORTING GOODS,   REPAIR*,
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Ort nf   ' I.      ... ��� .  .      ,; ���.,        .. -
arsa ini ���      ���  for ��. rl<>.-  In trfen .     n.,-
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���hi  Inj mcrtoi v   Burrard T:,. I  to bt '  (tilled
io in  . the 1
in.    4cbts   it reeor. i- Invalid   as Inti fertng erttn
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MUT10-. VEAl, PORK
Fresh   Pork   Sausages   dally.
Best   of  Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Woman's Work Among      INSURANCE w
Asiatics Reviewed1    MUST PAi ENTUE LOSS Meat Market
Pad   ; ,
If you want tecond h*nd goods you
can obti n .ham in 0u" other d<pJr'-
mtot.
ALEX   SPtCK
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1 Mrs   Curtis   nt,    v     practical   Mrs
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Alt.r a aolo b]  Mtr   K.ilj. tli   con-
fen    e <m Circlet nnd Baa : wort ��-i��
Mm   It   MHIIki n       lht��
Important  Dtcmon   of   Appeals   Court
Affects   Eighty-cent   F'rma  of
San Francsco  Earthgjak*
Phone 192
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IBM and  fir.- insuraii,.   , ....
ra*  haid-l   town  yesterdaj   by
li 1 Btatte circuit court    :  sp-
dscidndl.    _-.it-    ���
English Watchmaker
nutr: - j  .. tuiiiiii  aaiti  dxaiust  in_ur-
.,n. ��� ,.i:.u-8   for   loiutvi>  BOatSlatd
in ���  ��� [real  &.-_  of April.  UM   ami
, 1 n_a> .  . ���-! obtatning
Ion ��._- rery ntervstlng and * Ih_ .
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F. CRAKE
Tu��    Jixr't   from    (.to    Adamt.   C,ro<*
��� ���   11 idiIkt o( ladi  I took 1     1 in It
A*ard  of   Pnies.
At-, r .1 ��� -.      .   M -- Q   I ...inotld.
aolo bj Ml1-* H   Bennett  at  b��
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Th,- ca.-_   decld.-d   �� .    v.   of  tne
Hi... :������������ I Coal Compan.   a.iv.iina.t th-
ion :.-:. la)   1 Inton   M? acy Con ; ��� i t ti >
of Loodon, In wbich it was _oui:-t
Electric Railway Service
msrittnM by Wm Preaton.  , tIlsviran.��� ���n r...
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work -itxing tbe Inpaneae I
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Emprea. of  Britain ***r  ''
Emrj-tli   of   Ire'and
I
B   Ui" l.KT.
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t-r court,  whlrh  *a* In  Ebvot of tn
Inaaranoi ,->Tii;N��nT.    on    ih.- grnnnd
that  thf   irl.i!  judce  ��eni  too far In
jhla  Itisnii tioni   to  tin-  jur>   concern-
.-...���   . . ll ���   clauw.
Th.- bifber oatt.  teeltea tbsi  its
IrarUiiiu.ik..   ��a.s     noi     th-   pnixiinut.-
|f.iuae of  a flrr  which oo.-urreii  after
��� ahock,  ;,r.i. .|,--1!>   ho..Una that  th,.
eartbqnaka <*.i.nnot cans,- a nrs dtreci
jlj   and  that  for  an    .irthipiiik..  to be
-.,*.-., ���  . 1 om "'   1 t'i-.   U 1  filar.''
tmoedlntnly    after the
.    Ml  .     M.<r.    M tl
���:. ��� in....; cbnn ii   Vk toria.
1.  Library, wblch i_ awarded j
���.. ���...    'iisslun circlet, j
M..     1 It   .1   M.;.'*'   to I
.,', ��� ,.ted   It   00      '
.. , ��� ti... Moaml i' ���
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Opening  Conference.
aa ; layaaea wei
..   in   ootai
... man)  f ;
..    In tbi   �����..*- ���
I I .-   . m.-^r        ....  -. w -
Into   conaldemtion    cansts   sneb an
,  *.nd. iii.-k tirin. an-i dynamiting in-
-artbq Tbe    .--nirt of    ...ipcala
w bold* that II waa proper "��� ��*���
June  *
c-8'��' - SATISFIES      '.'.
mpuces as mn    3>L	
;;n;_.; | "The Milwaukee"
��� tiaga ot tbt ean
��� ��� . ���
:'* n,.rl'\n; '"veni.^ betwe-n tbn earthquakei and
'urch win t,' '  - Are whi.*!. deatroyed tt... proptrty
oth.-r BBlnUtert           ���   rhurch will t-'
,���.H,. e to tbe t��arj IBWW"
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1 be   a '""" '" ;
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CASTRO'S FRIENDS  FAIL
TO   START   REVOLUTION
'
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school)
i. rd  , ,\   \i v   LO    Paasengei
���   .. atMUM. 'Viad. Iciipv. who hav     I
, 1  1,..-.   ��� 1, sa)   tbal
I to ttart a
ition tl ���        -it nvt with fav ire
r 1.     ���   ii ,   \ -i- ��� tiii    l   ���    sd
at the time      ��� I
Altbongfa  i-i their opinion, ttie
v.
Inttrurban   Wine.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and way
stations   will   run. em-y half
hour   from   5:59   am. La-1
car leave* at 11 p. m.
Last r,.r leavet Vaacou.er at
Hi.10 pm.
Cars l��av_ the dtpot every
twenty minutn* for both 8ap-
pwton and city limit, over the
city   line.
City   Line:   (art   leave   tram
nffifi   on the hour, twenty mln-
.fter,   and   forty    minutes
��''������   ��� ..mmr-nrlng at 6 20 a. m
Sapperton Lint: Cam lea-. I
at ten minutes after thi hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour. c<immenring at fi HO
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly _��*'-
nana* V30 a   m. and ll   p  m
British Columbia OectHc Ry. Co., UJ
+���+++++++���+++++++���+++++���++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
. tohsiiU Morrison ������
��� TH ST.
J S'" '" '      itar. Phon, JM    4.
IN
',
CHOIOI     MEATS
"'������     ^USAGE
THK
^W Meat Market	
��"*F.��_(-, IT  PAYS  T
��� -1      Bt   inn    ���.��_  a-_._-.
������Th,   Pioneer  LNnttsA"     St.   Paul  to
Ch,-ij��,   "She-t    L��"   Omaha     to
Chicago,        South     West     L mted"
Kansas  Cty   to Chicago.
.   ,   . -i   .ne   ����� ;      ������ *ay
.     v, ni   in
Mll-
Th-y
wn    n.l  ' own   *''"'
M       ,ri,;ii:t��r, on i.i their tran, and
-u.. . ,   -  patrons u nxne-SMS   ��
,:nV,le  olM>where.
il   S   HOWK. (*'*n.-ral  tt* *
,.,   1 .... gl    em   AM��.   Po"Und. Or
CANDY   BLAMED   FOR
LITTLE   ONES   DEATH
Ma    11     li..
.'. -   v.    it- v  VI '
: -
I :,!     (V, 1!    Rl I
,:t,i four months o d  i h.
ndtag ti..- dtatb ��i!
rerj  , ecnliar and ��� -
���v��n town Ratnrda) -
Aith   Ma   inotl-r,    Snd   r.-t'irn-l
,-,������ ��� o'clock witb bo���� cand)
H,. Otbne   rhlldn-l
L| um '������in l�� '"for- going    ���������
v oui g o'clocb Sun.lav morttlng i n
ns taken "U. wiih  vomiting sttend
,D'_     Two doctors work. ,1 1 1 aave 1H-
���1:1; - o'clock, when the Utile n
loss
army favors Castro, tbt '   ���tit ion of
.-. .tu.-it .1- :,-.--ii. nt sppss    ��� ��� bn ���- *
tain	
Model Sign Works
SIGN. SCENE  AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Th��o   P.  Young, Prop.
lied
ana    fifth Avenee
phons sra
�����*��u.��ooo.
Proorittorw
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
THE     oa/l"^       new��
V.e.tmintitr'1 Mom, . sptr.
���������������������������������������������
Northern  Crown  Bank:
HEAD   OFFICE.  WINNIPEG
Advertise in The
Dailv News
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
RAID UP CAPITAL  ...   .
������,000,000  ;
���2.800,000
THE ONLY BANK WITH MEAD 0. FICt  IN  THE WIST,
The banking public art inwiltd to place thtlr  Saving*   Aeennwts   <
with thit bank, whtr, they vwitl bt assured ef a  conservative etrvlet    A
along progrtaaiwt  linei,
SAVING* BANK DEPARTMENT AT EVERY BRANCH.
Manager. N. H. MACQONALD, New W e��tmin*t,r.
_______t_t_________________________l________AA___k____d
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW    |
"w it l^ebeapnr to buy sua
high ilass buil lini. material-
than It Is to purcbabe the poorer kind \Y.�� oan point to
bnlldlngi bul'r wttti our materials   tbat   n ���"-   need  repair*
\v<. ran point to ana, stBnts
that need repair--, all th* time.
lint they were not built ot our
materials See     wher.     real
cheapness lies,?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
������������������������ ��������>>���������l
Special Bargain
Ftve-fnlre box beautiful a.ure linen
flalab paper In either of two aises. and
live packages envelopes to match, reg
ular price %2 00, thla week only
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DtALIRt
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILf  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.   MAY   -,,
ri. t-
���*f;
������������' ;fii*--_^ ': ���
'&__^_____-&'  ,.'
LOEB'S  AXE   FALLS
ON  CUSTOMS  MEN
York.
.mm, ion May 11.���Collector ol
th. Port Ijo.I, has remov.'d from the
customs service five assistant w.-i>_ii
ers.
Collvctor Loeb is Investigating tbi
alleged frauds In tbe weighing <>i Inn
ported Bga and cheese by which the
govi iimii'iit  Is said to have been di
lr.iiuied ..i thousands ol doihu-s
'I'll,    alleged     frauds     were     Bl
pltshed,    it  ls    .-.Hid,    through
weight  u-ii-hing by dlshonesl  govern
lin-.i;   einplovees.
f    ���	
PROTESTANTS   UNDER
RESTRICTIONS  IN   SPAIN
DEFEAT WOULD BE HARD
FOR VANCOUVER TO BEAR
Schedule Does Not  Please Second  Se
nior Lacrosse Team of League	
Saturday's  Game  Cancelled.
Coffees
+++++++++++++++++++++++
++++++++++++++ **+*
I
Give us a trial in
this line.  We carry
The Best
Mocha and
Java Coffee
procurable, and can
satisfy any  taste,
as   well    as   any
pocket.
Washington, D* C. ..fay II. Th<
striition under which non Catholic
religious de tominnttona must worship
in Spain bus been made the aubji 11 i
im Investigation by tbe state department. By authority of- a constitutional provision tbat n.. otber com
monies nor manifest.itlons of rellgloua
Worship siinU be penaitted in public
excep; those of thp c_tho:v religion,
a cross or other emblem oi religion la
never permitted to bs erected ui*m a
Protestant edifice.
Rubber, Cotton
and Wire Wound
HOSE
IN SEVERAL DIFFER
ENT GRADES.
OUR STOCK 18 LARGE AND
YOU MAY BE SURE TO GET
THE RIGHT THING.
WE CUT RUBBER HOSE IN
LENGTHS TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
Con Jones, president,   boosts* ami
���. K. i book lor    thn    Vnncouver  1.1
i    finding    blmneii   up
a alnst U in the compan. h   h.i.. cbos
\,,,,. ding    to iiis   oa ii wn:,:.i,
. ,'  after monej  uud glory,
l.ni clil.���:',.. tbe former,     However, tbi
latter desire has  Influenced  the Terminal City club to the extent ol can
celling  all  the games arranged  wltn
\ i    w istmlnater      The   exhibition
match scheduled   for   next Saturda.
I_a_ been called ��ff. because tn,. van
I cou vers do not consider   themselves
I in conditii.u    :o run    up against   nv
j champions  this early in  tn,-  aeaaon.
an.l fear that a defeat al tbe pul
would loae tbem nil support from tbi
si>orting   population   in   theii   grosrlng j
1 burn.
The schedule which   v..is prepared
by Mr. Jones and P. J. Lynch, tbe
president! ol tbe turn clubs, doaa not
suit th^. Vancouvera tor some renaon,
and it is now declared null and void
Whether a new one will be made out.
r. mains to be seen.
Somebody really intends to win the
Minto cup trom New Westminster this
season, If tha actions of ths thr.e as- i
pirants for that tinware .ire prophetic
Aa ther,. are not enough good players
!ln th,- west, outsll.- ol mos.. on the
1 local club, to make  mora   than oni
first-class twelve, the Reginaa, Tecum-1
Bi I ���  and   Vancouver  are  using some
of their best men in common.       Pwo
of the  Tectims-h    players have been
slgm. by Regina anil wi.l play altun I i
New Westminster ou May 80 .md 24 I
Thay will Join tbe Vancouvera l__me-.
di.it.���:.   after the cup  gamei       And 't
Is quit.- likely tbey will ask a few days ,
off from these last employers to betp
ottt their old team-mates, lbs 'locum-I
sehs. wh-'u they come her.  In iu!>  to
bai K   ip their challenge
LIBERALS  WIN.
| Anderson & Lusby
��� COLUMBIA STREET.
+++++++++4
CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT
OF  BURNABY.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
..,',-     is  hereby    given  Cbai  tne
��� :   H--*. ision of the assessment
roll ol   '.- district of Burnaby, will b<-
held  In   the   Municipal  Hall    Burnaby.
:.!- .    May   _..th.    1909,  a-   10
���   n m.
Any  i-rson  or persons  desiring  to
. lalni against his <>r bet aa-
-��� - ment must giv.- notice In writing
��� ... assessor, staling the ground ol
plaint, ut teas) ten (fays bdfon
date. .
II   I) CURTIS,
Assess. ���
Young and Old Alike
The Royal Bank of Canada
CAPITAL  (PAID UP' ..$4,600,000
RESERVE  FUND 5,300,000
TOTAL ASSETS 53.000.000
Cubs Again  Get  L'cked  m   Sp tr  of  a
Strong  Effort.
Only one lone run  8-\,d th* Cubs
from whin-wash, d    last   niltti:
iln theli    aSeball game srltb the Y'oung
liberals st Queen's    park, the I
���Aii.i.itiK with a score of ti to l.
Thi   Liberals snored  mom of their
'run-, In  tbe Brat  three Innings wto-.i
[Robinson pitched for the Cutis   How-
jard.  who 'li'l  so  well on that and ol
the  ;.��� t> r.    Saturda;. .  replaced  Kot-m
BOn after  tha third  inning, and  Held
j hi. opponents fairly close for the reet
.,- game,
S.i>(.   und    Windy''   Welsh   put   Up
a  anrpii .    ..-  a   battery  for  the   Win-
nera      Wind,  only -i-t h's Bngei  lips
ibe hit a few times by Save,., tnd je_
erall)   be conducted himself properly.
n   arrang. d   ������,!;<.
only live Innings,  but with the sue
waa  making   the i.'��
wished to play longer, and the Liberals acceded to their snxiooa reqtfsst
:..; uu   xi vi Inning, In a blcn I
de       eli ber side.
I ,|] IJ  ���: -   v, ��� : ���
��� ... 9a        i' ,   ini:
lh;  Sllvei   .       Fltig ral I
.   \\      Ca il ,  .1
Mills,   cl .    M.u.n. :  ....   rf.
-    '' innlngban   .-    it.   .:.- m   p.
ii.i-.i Ison,   lb .   lii.tt.ir i   8j.
and p     Ki-nn;..  -s .     :.|, i   risl
1* ;   Sli... ,.e. . t .    X.l.niis, i
Umpin    Bam Giles
by Inn:
Vim::,   liberal       2.2011
i .1    i    H   .1   ii
tn
it
l.
It is the aim of this bank to provide
not only a safe and profitable depository for money, but a place where its
depositors may feel that anythinrj the
management can do for them will be
considered   a   oleasure.
are fond of music, ami every Dome
should possess a l'i;mo They do not
cosl anything like what thay an- reallj
worth t., the family circle. For the
next ten lays we are slipwiuii some
��� ������' ��� : tlonal values.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET.
COUNTY   COUc.T   CASES.
Th, following onn+n arere called m
count) court yesterday befori bl i"1'
or .1 i!_.- Howay;
Cowie vi Whyte W. N, Orimn
appeared for plaintiff. Adjourned for
ti\.. da) - :n amend dispute noti
L Bdmouda defended.
Latoni ���  Clga.   Co.   Ltd, va   R
Carver   Judgment  by oon eni     li
Edmondg appeared  for plaintiffs, snd
.i P. ll   H,,:,. (or .i.-i.-ii.i.ni
Osuthler  -  Zenl  vs. Cameron    As
action   Involving  partnership d
ivuntiffs  and defeuuAni   were
aented  bj   H   L   Bklmond i ,i id J   I'.
H   Bole  and   i) naamnui the case '���V;1S
rem d to tl       |d_d u  '.. taki   si
, ounl
Milling c\ Grain i   i
in icontlnuance ftt��*��i
Houses Painted
In Artistic Colors.
WALL   PAPER,  PAINTS,  OILS.   ETC.
Van��
Thrlfi
'.I.. In
..-. i.   i. i n
Colquhoun  and
s<-t foi June ooui i
New Westminster, B. C,  Brancn,
F. B. Lyle, Manager
Doane, Bailey & McKay
Agents Vancouver Vacuum Carpet
Cleaner.
Front    St.,   Dominion   Truit    Building.
DISAPPEARANCE  OF
COMOX   PIONEER
Nanaimo, H C. May 11 -Notl
baa >..i bei n beard of Wm Qm
a pioneer of Comox, B,   (', srho
I. -11   lost   111   111..   WOOds  111   tbe  VI' I.
of that place ilnce Batui_aj last,
though several ��<'arcii partlei _
aooured tbe surrounding country,
to no avail. Qrieves, who Is .2 ye
of :iL-e, left IiIk horn.- In Como*. vai
for tbe neighboring woods to bi
some tooli   borne  ibnl  '><- had  i
Using  I.'i  the   hii-li.
iing
.������-.
has
ilty
alive
but
.ITS
ley
ing
een
*+++++
Imperials^
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION "*
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
>+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
FINE HOME
On Sixth Street, close to Electric,
6-Room Cottage,
$2700
One-third cash, balance to arrange.
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. |
Today's
Store News
You should investigate every item mentioned in
advertisement. We set forth many an opportunity tq
save, as well as announce the arrival of many new
lines which find their way here from day to day. Maj
advertisement* will be interesting in many ways, a.
we are determined to make this store more popular]
every day for general attractive bargain offerings!
Black Dress
Fabrics
Popular prfbed r,*llahU w.aw. in
all wool blu-k suitings and <lre-�� m��
terials For yearn **.��� hav. i; .ui
lied our black drew* good* We
I. . Ise that the color and finish muai
he permanent in even) pies W
mention lure a few of lbs ttta ��� pop
ular varla lea      Ask ty ��<���.  tb
BLACK MK'l.liuriK  ... r yard        H '0
III.WK SVTIN CLOTHfl  yd ��c to 12
BLACK  I  .8HMBRSB   pei   rart,
  bOc   to  ��1 ."j
FINK BLACK  SKULKS   par
.   !  $1.00 tc  ��1 .'--,
BEDFORD CORQ SKlUTi*.'.'    ������ ���
. ���'.  11.78
BLACK  GRJBN .PINK in   i...
ard      |1 0O
'   K FRENCH voll.l.s   ���    ��� ���
In : - .      . ��� -i   �� ��� ii.     p       .,
7-C. $1.00 and S
BLACK   SUNl    VK!l.lNi;s   . ���    ai
: 50t to 75c
Dress Goods
Remnants
Vol    v. i||   ,.,.,:... , i .      ;,.     ...�� iiik    IO
be made b_   buying   a abort snd "'
aeasonable d ���      tnaierial       \   busy
- ,i��<.ii i... fn:- h.i-- lefi .ui unusual nnm
l.i-r of odd  lengtbB liitiiiinK (rom  1   1 I
to 5 in yard*     <>n tbe bargain coun
ter today at b aavtus of 10 to   ���    , ��� :
. ��� ir      lA..,k through tbe r.m.-.
60c Table
Damasks Now
45c Per Yard
House Furnishing Snaps
Many an oj-;.o!tu-ii!)  .��� mn,  _��....���
���he p-r*.,n *.*.,, -.ike, ���.h,   tin... ���
rent-gab   the various   att-��<tiv.
gnias, nrnUnMs in ��,ur hi*; bona,
in ���!��� .   .���':; ��� i.- U,   ,,.,. ,   .
out man-. mM Mass tbnsi     . ��� -      ii
��,n  li.r
Slightly Soiled
Linen Pieces
50c Each
\       ��� ion ol    '!���'
other r.ui. ������    LINEN     TABI ���
li.- CLOTH8, TRAY CLOTH-
SIDEBOARD Si'\li\'i;s m REAI
BC \HVI.S     I   iv     in     i,||    .;,-
abapea   which bai     '��������� ��� oo ���
Mill���I .-md musse i    tbroogb     ���
'ing.
v,.   pint a th.. i stirs i"t oo   ������
���   dl     to i bar -hen, ��,nt quick!)      .'.���
ular   mines 65c "'<"���   Mc .'md $1 ""
Vn.ir choice,  i��T piece        ���".
300 TABLE  NAPKINS   Special.   IOC
Hu>  om   ,������   tin) a    i"/>ii   .��� tii-
piii ������      \n opportnnit) i snu ou   m
���4, secure an undi i pi load I "��� ,-t Ilni n
napkins known a*, seconds     Yon <������'������
I. in'.  ���    i ill   what   l|   the     BUttl r   BTltb
man.   pieces     Thr imperfections sn
ao ��� Ugnt, bowi vi r. iv. v ��� i not .
ie, I   unl  <. ..bl  not    |���   sold -i*
Regular ralu* ft 50 and H . '��� . ���   doi
Vour . bolce todaj   at, ��� a< h  .        10C
LATEST   DELIVERY   OF   MISSES'
SKIRTS, In    nil    colon-,    fufl    :���
styles,  iiini,. arv  trimmed   with   fold .
others with wif strappings snd bui
lonn. while sum. of tin- prettiest bave
lurmw miiln band*. Wn Hews tbem
In plain and fancy weaves and absdoa
strl[*��H; also In small chSCkfl In .1" '��
.10 Inch lengths, Two prices onl.
$2.75 and $4.50.
W. S. COLLISTER _ CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
+++++++++++�������������������������������������+���+++++i

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