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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
, i ,;   'Ai STMINSTEH,   B.  C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO *
260 C-.umbia St.    Phone ��5.
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THURSDAY M .      MAY 10, WW.
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WESTMINSTER BOYS DEPEND
.HAtoPIOJW TKOPHY TODAY
First of Minto Cup Games is the Only Thing Happening in
Royal City This Afternoon    George Matheson
to Be Judge of  Play    Regina Still
Hugging Secrets.
SMULL BF SKELETON
has wmm BONES
PASTORAL CHANGI
IN LOCAL Cii I CUES
Coffin    Found    by    Workmen at  Port
Moody May Hold Victim of For
gotien Tragedy.
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JEWISH LEADEtS WOULD
COLONIZE MESOPOTAMIA
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and are
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IA un       ood      r favor (��� ���    ge Mftth-
.     ;    thai     -TO lil     M Bl ���
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ta iin
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nt-. failing which he will ap
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g it   i. ��� Bed or
last
were an let the Impreealon v.-'
:   . ��� i upon "ti Tuesday
vul. _��t
bniav.. oover point. T. Clifford (capt *,
fleet defence, J Gilford; second de
fence   t,    Eteonii     thinl    defence, '1
Whether the r*i m ilni dleoovi
i ... for tl
:   i  Columbia    (..i    aetinerj   b    I
.-.        .a ���    1      ll".-.
with th - coroner, Capi   Pitten I
A    ie;ir>    -I.-.-..       Dl
Gamon,
an l exan
All City Methodist Congregations Will Have New
Ministers Shortly.
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Bill, i '
Tho   dethodist oonl
has ci<        ifter an ana-1....
ful g.. lierlng, tbe jubllei     ���        ��i   tne
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...i.ke i ���- ...
the   invcliing ��� ... -    .vi
I on.- . i.      ine
.��.'_'���.   .V,    all 4    ,~_n ,l,r ti- ,|    ...w:    ..--..'        _...     , _._ ��� ���.     . .,. ��� ,. __
_.  .,   Ti,      ���     in   a rough   cothn bun
_.__ c_ '        lev.   v. th tbe -���".:       :.: ��� '"* ���*  '" _?M	
Rennie;   centre,  .een        bird  home egeieton    was latere  lrom the bob tt, owing    ���
���'���   Turnbull; second i    Bpring;      "'      '.'   r. oninaanan  who Had  -Hatrict    meeting    foi    Poi    Simpson
flrst  home,    Al-x     Turnbull;   OU * '        ��    '��� ,   at   belle   Bell,   thla        -
Tlin,    ii      D ...     borne, .1. Ibeen p.acea in trie -Jinn on   �������"���'I _���_#_,_��  <_   _���  v_���.��Uc_, n, vmnniL
Bryson.
ii. ������   ������ ��� ���'��� '
uj.-j   : t of thi    request!  ol  local
,,::. ,,<l  Westminster    and  Van
ren t.
it is 01 ��� 12 to IS ���:���' ��� ���'-.- wi 1--. Tne
skull had been fractured bally md
quel    io  some early
. .'i home,
instead   ol   a:   Van.-., .. '...*.
just before conteretice.    The mem:,, rs
of  th^ eoril-renor,  l.otli  minisU rs ..'ad
laymen, exposed    their satistacuon
e th  tbe arraUgkmeate made tor :n<?
tmlnster gathering, the detalie of
first deience !cur_.rv  examination   has  led to  tnej*-'-'    ���  I   been  *-n   considered   o/
'    lt:a .   thai    ibe    skeleton  hat  la*   '"" conference church members, and
���        th      2    -26 yeara.     if the coroner Qu��n�� Avenoe church proved eflee.
flrs- home   so  :���  Idi     tb* remalna wflllie placed ceaetal  plac- [or meetings,   with   i*.s
I asld- home'  in  anothei   coffin, and   buried  at   the j large church,    and  many    committee
Dong! is  -������*>.* cemetery.
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I. ���   I"Oint. i e__________a
 , cov- point, 	
 , second defence, ���
fence,     ���; centre,
J-CC.   H    -chiff _n_*  liTHI Zangvmll  Fj-
vOr   AccrpUnc*   rf  Otler  by
T.rkty.
|w:kh *      *���� EST
liG  ii.M   IN   WASHINGTON
I'p to the  time  of eoitiR  to pTess,
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Th,   te ���   tlon will be mad.- from the j	
folloa _|      lyers and Howard, late of
treal Bhamrocki   Di  on.. David-   A||CTUU|A\!  *_tPV|l F
son. Bun ���   Boas, D   Jit. i^lvwIBilUilH oLIlllliL
I. ��� .        '���: . Munro, Alex.  Mc- '���
Lalonie,  Gorman, j
Bbi      A! an. Warwick,  Murton,  V>e��-;-
an.1.  \Tartin. ,
To handl-  thp crowd, thai  will  he |
o
room- Kev. w. H. Barraclough bad
much to do in this connection and received a deserved measure oi praise
on this ma-.ter.
Local   Pastoral   Changes.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1    Mr.     Barraclougi.     will     remain  at
10    .ft  DC   m _Tlk!l'til  ^u"':i'"  Avenae ttll the end of June.
ij   111 DL vUMlnitLli aooordlng to present arrangement*, aa
i Rev.   C.   W.    Brown,    wno    suct-.-��_M
  'nim, from Regina, will not be reledsed
' ! under the rules oi  the Saskatcn-.-wan
Stearrships on Vancouver-Sydney Run   conference till that ume, and the trus.
'tee. o! the churcnes are unwilling to
any  break  in  mir.isterial   supply.
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and heed    I    I    -��� -        t:     -.aiist
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II Operate for One More Year
On Same Subsidy.
Vancouver, B. C, May iy��� The ta.
nadian-Australlan    steamship    service
though it is not impO-i.ule Mr. Barra-
oiougfa win take a brief trip in tne
mission boat Udal before going eas-t.
Rev. . . A. Magee will leave the We��t
End eiHirch in two weeks, the new
president     of     the   conference,   Rev.
I _nd in,".   '
��� ������ -,!y MM a m�����
acomj    jifl(.. ,)f llv , ....
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I' '���:" iJVcZZ !' '^ lnviu:l��>n oi Ali��rf Wax B.J.
^^^��� .    r I ....rniii-1.    to creati  a J
,   I -ow-     *���  n. M. -�����oum- .* <^m und.. con-
,.,,���.,, ���.;��� .,..  sklsratioo.
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riCKTs. _p of*M(C B treat   bj   tie     lata  Bai
* F  SCARLET FEVER   HU *��"   ��  r**^'"'**1     MTV
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^^^^^^^^C.m.mliM.l_^^BeetlMte  conur
,.'   Of   Si��Kan��,   ���'!.-   le   bM   th.,-   U
reedtiy .        _.
,.1r every B-Jht^er ,. .,;, , ,m,,  u ��et  far
'./_# ' _Agfl|    UtAmS
t. .-di- to make il V"^
a,.-. ���r,.|   Die
between Vancouver �����*    Sydney,  oy 'Jam^_ Caivert, returning to the charge
w_,  .{ Honolulu, Suva and Briebane, j������������,         ���
wm ^continued tor    another year (Continued on Page tteee).
from Julv  1. according to a cable re* j
oeived today  by J. C Irons, agent Oi   AER0NA_irs PRESENCE  OF
the  l/nton    Steatu^nip    Compun>,  ot
I!w  Zealand, operating the lme.   lhe, MIND SAVES HIS LIFE
iservice will be continued on the same | 	
terms  as tu  subsidy  and  service as j    Seville,  Spain,    Maj   18.���Mortimer
I at present m flfteet. I Singer, the aeronaut, had a narrow em-
1    There is a preuabllity, however, tnat   cape from injury today. Just afu-r ae
1 despite   ihe   fatt   i^at   the   increased   had  ca-t off for an ascent the wind
sub-Idles as-ed  lor  Bj   me company j<iashe<l   bis  balloon   against   the   raii-
bave  not   been   grantrf,   the  service |road  station,  from  which it  bounoe-
wlli   >>e  improved   bv  tbe  reurement | Oo  ��tri_mg a moving train.    Mr. Sin-
of the steamship Aorangi and the re-|ger three out ballast just in time, an-!
placing of her wRh a modern and lar-1 the balloon "hot upward,
ger vessel,
___________________________ __.-.-1I-.1  hv
ger vegsei,
The __eeen<  Service is supplied M 'TORONTO Y.M.C.A. NEEDS
the iteamaW ��� hlarama, Matawa an-i
BBBBBBBBW. I HALF  MILLION  DOLLARS
V
tw
V
v
o|     i��cairl~<
, ,,in in tin
from  v
I;   ' - - |   wi .\'her  th.-  d
f��i��i��<_,��. of ih^ ci��r, will  T>m-iti
it,<: .   nil nt of the it-H
���r roa jpre,,,)    I .    ��� ���
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tM*��eeeeeeeee��e
. mm CAHRlfcS AWAY
CHILD'S HONES IN SUITCASE
���<
Dr.iJ'i-d  a   Draw
Phi .   M��y IS.���A eu
ttmnd ���!,!_  i<vr;iiinit   '"'
.lonshlp     betweiB
li__ colored, ��n<! i*c>
' Bi ,.,.-<*iare,i ;�� Aran
Afl Bghl  ,lrew  a  huge  rrcwd.
Slrsng. F_-c, ef M��. Byla-d Induce.
HiNI to  Unearth  Long ��M-?rr_d
R,|,c. of   Hi*  Baby.
������������
w.i.ia  Walla   %i
,,,   M    ov-rwhelmlni
Lai
���
parental  ���-'"    "��" ��n<"
nv   an    w-v. -  play* on the  home.
,,��� __y.__-.oi port^d^ ���".-���������> ;;
aachar In th.-  �����"**I **,��� :....- nol  Ineisted u.
��� hen bed offlcla] wa , and
cbW   ""-* '.',        ,..���;   ;     ... . ectlons   are    entertained
Iwwn. ..nd to bare ""'l;t1,\ , lIU, ent  agalnm        ��_are    chee ing    tor t*
,cnoois|-_ome ��e.im. no mtntlou lia*
Aorangi, tlie first menuoned taking
-he place oi th. steamship Moan a.
which will return to the Vancouver
run next November, an. the Mamma
will i_o back to the N-w Zealand coa.t-
Igg trade.    By that time it is t-roha
Toronto, May 19.���George A. *var-
burton. MA, ot New York, haa been
appointed general secretary of the To-
jronto Y   M. C. A   in succession to _*.
Me that  the Aorangi  will  have  .een | M    Pra.f   wllo rea-igna-d some mon'-ns
-..    ��� | frwn this rur.. |ago on account of ill-health      For _>
 "* j vears  Mr   Warburton has been secretary of the Y. M. C  A.     A campaign
MARINE DEPARTMENT
IS TO OE INVESTIGATED
to raise about $30.,000 for a new
structure and equipment, will start
soon.
TOMMY  GORMAN,
of     the   Ottawa     C.*P'tJ|s.  a"d
of  the   Regv.,'s  imports.  He
.,, .a  th.   ap
JACK   SHEA,
Defence man  with  the  Reg.na  Capi-
UlS.         Formerly     with     the     Ottawa
Cap- 	
Charges Against Capt. Gaudin, of Victoria. Cause That Official to Demand Inquiry.
Ottawa, May 19.���Colonel K. B.
Oregon has been appointed eoniims
sloner to Investigate certain charges
again.. Captain Qaudln, agent of the
ilopar.nieni of marine an-.l hshenes.
Victoria.
Police Chief Discharged.
St. CathariniS, May 19.���_nief ol
Polk-e Pameli has handed in his resignation at the request of the police
commissioners ibecause of alleged improper conduct. A petition ls being
circulated a-akinji the commissioner*
to give Parne". another chance
HORNED TOADS TO  BE
PUT  ON   HAT   PINS
Chicago, May 18���Two thonaagM
horned leads from Texas axe Peng
through the metallzing process at a
metallic reproduction plant at Wash*
gen .imi are beim. tovmed into hat
pins. To make e.ich pin a freah toed
needed,     lt is chloroformed beiore
w n, ^^^^^^^
land   in  a   -��'"������ -'    	
l'r,n' i,"'';;n7'.r...��sl.--'��'madeotlt
���oui<   -^^^^^^^^^^_
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i .    i,    , ��� I.  ���
Tin
^netery at thai place,  flre, of    thi         "      V -.  ,��� tht.   a,k, th
' J mat haa groumU are tn perfect ahap   ���'"' m .tatton down town.    	
By- Ooate arrangement, have been      '. v i:i.mimi;, ,���> and Bapperton eer
ronventencs of  official. MB     a ' inaugurated.      An
. ,���e��� Which will ..I.m..., tl ,    ������;    -   ���  ; ,'run V���u ,���, ,���������.,��� gat,
\t��'&^^*S���� :s?r'' l,a,k t0 Founh
;���,..., must step oata.d.   Whll. _*������ LJtS^^Mffirt  cars  from   Van-
susi-nslon. .jmiinr   one  of  which  will  bring <>vei
,',,��� ,uimu-r of people who wWJJ ST__^
.���._. the big i*me today is a mat"'
ol oonjeoture,   but    that It    will ���*
oroeoh, If not break,    the  weord, '*���
^needed b.   ihoes    In a P^^*?
fl,.A,,,s,   the  ..tLMialani-e        Kvery body
no, under the doctor's orders in ibis
,-i-v will lv "t Qutvns park, and W
Suvse  will   send   two  or   t��we thOU'
intt hubs in the
Vi cording    to the   story
come i.-'.e from VVaiUburg, Prof. uy-|qU;,lt
land ��ent i-> in it en. about two wehes i,,,- ,,u
���  nts i .\<-,i one   ���, ttei n\
il,- iii.ui- partial arrangement* u, have
uie bod) ������_iiuuie,i anj taken to r^n
i.uid    for burial, (but,    nh-Biing
mind, went to in,- oemeterj tttont
�����_ . . coffin, ii|,eno 1 It nnd took
the
laine
up ^mbilnVbonM *���� '" Uls
nts
nog
SllH
vivo.a   Itay  19.���Certain chsncea
 , have been i..a-le against Capt. ��MO��'im	
lU:, ���v,r this afternoon fro.., Vancouve.   ig i     ���' narlw "^^r*8" 1,,!        Letng put into the prooeee.
oeen uver  this aner     n _ _  ._. iDomlnioo In 'his pro ' ����� I    Th(> v.OIU1,anv plans to put out a... >
Then, are ���"S^SfbS^iSS "��* P**"   n-" ��* <* us,nB *"" r'"'
'"":  [f !,:"I',vlllV, : u     ���     Htaw.i hat  pins .-. W��*��ed to app^Bl to WC
���'    v   ' Kt   ,     e.���;    rt'H-iiis in men who like fads.
in  conneotlon  with other omciais	
ti,,. marine department, and relate   o Ra,,road Map illuminated.
JLX_ Chkigo.  *-y   1��-A   .unroad  map
.v.,'.  r-iulit-  who is one of the old- ol the United States, eaid to be the
um   __....  ~ -       _                .^JmJ_i or th* department, denies largest eve,-    sent   abroad,  has just
necessary  In  order  to  e��ect  set  , A -�������M k- u I              ^   ^ ^ ^                ^ chle.lg0, M)U.IU.
a!.kv,l   tor an  investi-.'iuKH,. | kee * St. Paul Railway for exhibition
the u  C   B. R- will i>u: on a special
ble  half-hourly  service lrom   li    U
One of the cars will run dltv-ct
other coming Into tne
L-...1    tor   Uli    lllVeStl^ilal'.-II. r\te   ot   >-������   . '���"���   ��� ��� J    --'       ���
P  . deoertmen   has acceded to the U, the Golden We* and American in
Hie oepaiuu hi .... __,_..J .   -._.._ ���vhiKi, ���r !_______      The mai
,,���. __urentt_s    '���'iKr     Klv,.;s u,..
Orend Mere, .and ^^*l Zoomt
the officers of  *�� {_S_WM? ff1!^!!
now ln Vaniiwver harbor, who ct urn
as fueatfl of the civ-
BABY  FATALLY  SCALDED
IN   INCUBATOR   ACCIDENT
l lie   \,ep��*.	
reiliR-st, and an investigation will take
I place  shortly.
ROOSEVELT  BRINGS DOWN
5732-POUND  RHINOCEKOS.
Im-i   tl1""1   *b9*
w,.,,. carired ae
,|���.  St    Maurice  rttei
effort will I- "������,,*:niiv��� Rivera.
Z toawlnlgan or raree ���*___
v   l.v   hlRh  water  '   :      d 9port8 OVer to cheer the WtUM
!     ���       . ...,,,v       An i  .  .   ..,.,..   ,.,������,   .,,,   i,,   vK'torv.        iu��
yeaierdaj
'to atop <"*
108s
I Columbia team on to victory.
Vancouver lacrosse    team    wtU couu
over  in a tally-ho as ru.-uU Ol C0U
tones    president    of    the   Vancouver
LABI Beeeh, Cai. May 19.-T1U* l_
cubator forcing   procesa  failed  tra��i
cally    jeet��**>    when    Rtchara  D��
iV S of the city's most prom.*.
du.stries exhibit at London. The map
is 47 fe��>t, 9 inches long and 13 feet ��
inches lii��h. painted in color* on tran_-
pareni cloth and is illuminated hy
electricity. Twenty trausparenciee
of scenes ak)Qg tho St. Paul are
-iiown.
noted In the latest    ��������� K    ��� i   ,_ften��oon has bt_-n act
'TZ ��*$����* ^*aJRSt. ��� ow��hol,dayj_��,bw,MMdowu
.1__   n*iill"'t'll W ���*sl,"!4<" , wiii bo suepended.
now  beliiK d.ei"   f��   -_V-   ����!���������������    n_U-._    will  Pl
l hei
DR    OLLIE   DAVIDSON
c->pt_
'.�� ��� tie
Toronto.   May
berouloelfl UM"
organlwtlon   no*
^rJ-^n^py a'^ood Point ot J.*^   - Vesterday
' �� *��� 0V'*1- , neen I waa MM from Us cradle and placed
, protection has ��g |'"�� l*���u ,aU,r Soon after a cork
its afternoon, all ��><"�� i'n "-�� K" , . water bottle and m ���
, being detailed for duty |Dlew O^O^aJJ J~^     g dled ,���
a few motiK-nts.
CHARLES   W.   ELIOT  LAYS
DOWN HARVARD DUTIES
Cambridge  H*as-, May 19-Charie8
S-aiunriuK*. ��� .       h,    ,���,���.,.<
As this afternoon has boon dedareti
town
.tie   bwwm     ���������'���'-���      ------     -
n��ht Tuberculosi.. ,ht,ir old familiar colors, red ewca *rs
Toronto to FlflM iu timi_lu
Bellies    will play ��
obaiienftn wl"
Nairobi, British East Africa. Ma.  W.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���Theodore Roosevelt  has  begin ms Aeronaut  probably Drowned.
hunting    ex.HHl.tK.ti      rom    ihei*JJ ^R     ^rmany      MayW.-Aii
iVnshi !        Mi'-    tte	
SS.^ack   and   si,   more shots   were
required   to   ^J".^M
head ami skin weighed .73. pounds.
Fire at Columbian College.
A nre Which started about halt-past
t,n iVckKk last night In the kitchen
"i Sun college necessitated the
eer vice- of No 3 hall flrenien. who
ma tered the lnclp|��t ��Wt�� ���*
tlnaulshers after it had burned us
wav o .I..- baaement through the dou-
Ne   floor      Or.   Sipprell.   principal   of
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Roosevelt followed on jThe balloon had no papers by which
Identification coukt be mad.'
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TITE  DAILY   NEWS
THURSDAY. MAY _., ���
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   KENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.   ETC.
If a nun 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 tell  the  people what  you have to tell, why they should   purchas.    from
thing of the value you offer them in  return  for their money.      Too many of us have got into the habit of th,,., ng that because  we have been a long llms In butlneti everyone mutt of neceisity Imow a||
wares.      Use the advertis ng columns of Th,- Daily News and keep abrea��t of the HmSI
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial life companion for
,anv respectable man or woman.
Send si ump for funiculars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
LOST- A   LADIES'   QOLD   WATCH
Finder pleaee return  to thi_ offlc
Reward.
WANTED
LOST-A  HICKMAN  TEXT-BOOK   IN
Queen's park on Bat urday afl rnoon
Finder   I'l'-a���>���   lv.urn   to   * ���-. nn  wi
Coliope or 'his office.
FOR THE BEST   VALUE   IN  nun   v\'KSTM1N8TER PRE88 FOR EVERY   wKSTMINSTEH       WOODWORM Nu
.      i      ..ih, ,��� .ri i store ii'1
lr,      ..alio* i'ii!.' B,   "' U   .
i  ,!��� t i ;   work      1 M-t-tMllH  and  estl
; boo ��� 386     The Pure Food
ly Orocery, P. o. B ig mi
;. mi oi   job  printing;    beei work,
uonable prices i   Phone 56 P   0
di   142.      Old   Dally   News ��*,
Sl_ h street
Applj
WANTED -GROCER-
ral man preferred
Box 29, this offlce
WANTED   Tn   RENT,   NEAI'   CO*_
fortai.i.  soowhouse with cook ..ove
Appl]   N    V    Z     News   Qllice.	
J-
(' I K _ _ K     LO -'
,0   ...   LOST���A SILVER BADGE  E5NGRAV-
,-d "Provinci.,1 Revenue lax Collector." Reward on returning simi"
to Daily N.ws offlce,
ROOMS TO RENT.
WANTBD-A  BOY    TO    BELL   PA-
pers In the mornings.     Apply tins
offlce a: .", p.m.     Will give the "Shi
oy $1 a day a- B Itarte..  ;
WANTED   A     CARET AK3SJ-     AND
meseenger for a financial institution. ���
Must give good references.     APPlyjROOMS IN THK PYTHIAN BLOCK
TO RENT���Furnished room in private
faniih-; breakfast if desired. Apply
Mrs emett, ;:_. Third Btreet n ur
car line.
by letter to B. C-
Westminster.
P. O. Box 29, N< a
WANTED���BOYS    AND    GIRLS  AT
can factory. No dangerous employment Apply in the mornings between 6 and . o'clock at Cliff -;
Sons. Sixth Btreet
WANTED���A PAINTER. APPLY JOB
corner Second streot and Third ave-
nn..
WANTED���TENDERS FOR CLEAR-
ing two acres at Edmonds Junction.
Apply Walker Bros., Edmonds.
WANTED���POSH-ON   BY   BRIGHT
Japanese who has wid. experience
in cooking and domestic work. Tel.
337      39 Begible street, city. _____
WANTED���YOUNG WOMAN PR_��S-
ers. Apply at/once Royal City D>'e
Works.
to let in suites of two tor light
housekeeping. AH iteam-heated
With hot and coll water, gas
range and electric light. t'erma
moderate Apply A. h. Ferguson,
room !>. second floor.
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, also one small one. Terms
reasonable. Apply l^T Victoria
street. \
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
C.    H AMBER.     ACOUNTANT     A.M)
Auditor.    Notary    Public.    Con.-
ancer. Room 14, (.uichon block. New
Westminster.      P  0. Box T9S
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, nesr
Sixth Btre-et.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT.
Room 14.  [vnnlnlon Trust block.
EDWIN  0.  W.  SA1T.  ARCHITl. T-
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 338.
TO    LOAN���PRIVATE  FUNDS.
L  N. city.
A.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���GRAM A i'HONE AND 33
records: price $li>; also splendid
banjo, machine head, etc , .10. Apply C. H*., 310 Emory street, off Second, ciiv.
! ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealen in electrical machinery,
natures and supplies, bouse wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing. I
etc Bank of Commerce building.
1. P. O. Box 928.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,   It.   C    LAM.  Sl K
���v. i or.     El ard bkx v New    - fl I
tiiinst. r.  n. c
LAUNDRY
RO. M-   CITY    LADNQRY,     ROI il
a n :.u    and  Blackle   .   ��� el      Fo
just one week more ee will erai
curtain, ami blanks s to     '���' ic pei
; air     Take ad ��� intag     I tins.
LIVERY   STABLE.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE siili.i-.s ft CO
��� ie ami Insurant���   A|ent.
. ��� ty, farm and lunui ban l - . ���
l Oolumbla stree
.  . RENT FURNISHED   HI \  Rl" - A
modern house,    Fifth    avenue n- li
Vancouver car Une; 121 per month
TO KEvr   FOURTH    B I REET  bi-.
low Third   arena nod
cottage; rent Ji-'i per month.
TO   RENT   FIVE-ROOM HOI BE ON
Prime �� gtreet .rent |l per n��onth.
VI
Work   :
.;   line.       P.
J    Brookes,   ,
Oorn< r  ii. renth
.1  boi IS4, Fhom
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
i    ,  y     WIU'V LODOE  NO  2
���
���
���  ���      ��� ��� M- iul iy   evi tniig
 I     |aa   Fei gueon, oobli
v,   c i      ' im   n    ieej
in the Distrii
In vi.   pi	
112   .,    ip  .
���
���
���     ���     ���
west h    '
of soeth '.
��� tlllK   Ol    t-,i.    lodgl      a      .
.    ���    ow.  hall. Colum   ��� '
it'll ��r..l   iii    .   .
iilMi  OP    250    FOR
smart   turnout.      I'h.
bles.
HACKS   AND
Fashion  Sta
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE BCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited,  Front  street,    New  tm  '���
minster.     Manufacturers nf modem
saw and   shingle   mill machinery,
Mill   plants  and  specifications  prepared.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B. C MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS
McKay, manufacturer and Import. .
of mounmcntal tombetones, tm Idiun
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia Btreet,  New  Westminster
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY HURSERIK-I
Ltd. Bonu-b) Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone Mi.
HALE BROS >v- CO., LTD. REAL 1 B
tate and ins v.i'ii ��� I'.'v: b 885. 1 ���'���
Colombia street, P 0. draw, r 18
ABBOTT r\- HYDE IV H 0 Ainim i
Propr ��� tor) Ri al - stats, lm m ance
....ins. notariee ;'.i!.ii.', eonveyaacera,
238 l Box 241
Phone :;21. 	
BETTLERS'   -SSOCIA '"   S D   '
���p. n  Brown, naaager, p o. Hox
.','������',, pbona  ' i
B-ROOM   HOU8E  CX  BtOHTB   ��'
electi.c light.      $1500.    Easy terms
l acre IN BURNABY close TO
car line, 15 minutes from rlty   |?M
McADAM .'. i ..'��� IN COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite   Vi ���   '. B"x   111.
phon.. 4'.-^ Real estate and Insurance, money to loan. Call and ��ee
our list of city, suburban and fart-
property before purchasing elsewhere.
an j  ll
:
��H  pcraonfl  ���;.,.
'tie | id la ,,i        i
tared tn '������
. the "Land n. glatrj
Decree, fourth  i        lest thi    la
rttbin r rtj I i
of    the    11|    ���
iF    . OLUMBIA   LODGE   NO
li    Boa. ..(   Eng aad   n. s    it.a
I. I��� -. ��� ��    meet.     ���   ind   *'id
v. ��� lme '.  ' ���>
It,   -.    Of P   hall.  Aku'-�� sin ���
Whll
U ���  ' ��� ���     '. a ���
md plac-       \ siting brethn n   "���
ill-.   invlU i     Q org<    ii
ii Dism
'        ���   ��� :
a   u   a   W.   FRASXB LODGI MO        ,;n*' : ��� I within sa
Meetings th,. firnta nd third Tei      I Caatl of redemption before i       .
da.  in each month.   VlalUag brew    -.      , .,  ;. . .         .   . 7
r, n    cordlsllv    in*, it. d    to    attend ,
Ledge room   \  (��  U   w  hall  Odd     ' ' ' "'" ;" '   "���     '   ' T "*
ftUowe'    Ik   ClerkeOB ��treet                    ��P "If claim to o-
 i the Mid land, and 1 aha I i        'tai
001 RT BRUNETTE, NO   MM, LO.I  leorp0r__0B  of the TOwi ;..
Meet. rii,. fourth     F:ld��)     In    thr | trict   of   MIs.loB,   M      ��m<
at     S  O'clock,   In   tbe   una!I
hall. Od Ifellowr block
FRATERNAL ORDER < ��F EAiiLKS
A-rie No -. M��-��-"- ev.ry Tur.d��>
evening at 8 p _g in th' Kai.!'--
hall. Columhla -.trM-t A dark, W.
Pre..,   11    S, hofloul    ��r<r.litrj
RESTAURANTS.
HENRYS NURSERIES - PACIFIC
Coast t.-gted seedB. trees, plants, bd'
Bupplivs, etc. 3010 Westminster
road. Vancouver, snd branch nursery at South Vancouver.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    _    CAFE
Tlcke'u, 21 m<-al�� for ll Home
coking. All white DOOhS; no Orion-
���a; latxir employed Open rlay and
night.     Opposite trntn offlce
'SONS Ot SCOTLAND  BENEFIT  AK
aocl��'l"n.   I.ord  of  Ute   W��i   Camp I Oolumbla. this *th 4*r 'f A;
tf.-
And I benr-hjr direct C.,_.
Of tblfl  UOMe*    for thirty     .��.. ���_
, dally   ni-wnpaper    pabUibed |H
Wi.tmln-(er  w|;|  bt  good    aid �������_
���ci.nt ��errlr�� Iheroof
Doted  at   th.   I_in.  Rfrln *    r���_���.
Vow Weatinlniitor, prov.nrr. ������ \���������,
I   i DJ
FOR    SALE ��� SPLENDID      LARGh
lots   in   Sapperton    almost   cleared        FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
close to car line  on the ta.-v terms
of |2S down and  .5 a month.      (j   ARTHUR    O'CONNOR,       POULTRY
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING
I.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER.   ROOM
Mouldings.    Burlap-,    and  Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
lianting and decoratl&d Btxtfl
street, New Westmlnstei
ROYAL i'AFK   (Mr.    Archer,  proprie- '
tre s)     Foir courses, consisting of
soup,   -r<h    boiled   entn-e  or   ros.t, I
pudding or ; i", tee, ooCee or mim   j
McGill. Phone B486;   Box ��6.
FOR        SALE���A      TWO-YEAR-OLD
colt,  about  IPjO  pounds,  unbroken. I
Percheron stock.    Apply Andy   loi-
mie, Hammond, B. C.
Foil SALE���Twenty-five-acre farm on
Frasei river, ', miles lrom Westminster; 500 feet deep water fro;. .
at .1_0 per acr��J- This is worm
looking at as projx-rty close I
Belling at $400, uot as good land and
no water frontage. Cook & Ro -
Front Btreet, opposite Marke', Nea
W ��� -stminfeter.
TOR SALE���TWO AND A HALF
acres of land, 1-2 acre cleatVj and
planted with fruit trees cm
main Port Moody road. 3 miles from
Westminst-r [.os'.on-c--; permanent
water, for MSO.
FOB BALE��� TWENTY-EIGHT-At
farm land, 12 cultivated; good <-
room house and barn on Fraser
river, 600 feet <i<-';> water frontagi
wharf on property, 4 miles from
iVestmlnster- close to railway rracK-
agi post   offlce,    etc., tor
21500 cash;    balance    3  rears   or
16500.
er, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Blxl a\��nue, New Westminster, P.
O. Box 12-J.   Pure-bred Cocker.-ls for
Barred   Rocks,   White.   Brown   COOK8LEY*8
and  Bull  Leghorns,  etc.;   eggs  for      cards  ar.- on
ng.        Write    your     require
-
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
-  FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
good  layers;   $2  per slt-
Han. Voglsang, poultry
6  Keefer street,  Vancouver, B. C.
FEED AND EREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MERRY ft CO., PHONE A60L
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Hoi es
for   tale       Reference  furnished
PICTURE       POS1
���   '���!   '���; ii
Stationery Btore, .1  Q   Gamon'a*cl-
:.*ar divan, F   Mackl :./.!��� .-. ,:::.
and  "The  Fair, '  ColuO    I
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE ft  EHD-tOND-   BARR1B
terfl  :md  solicitor.   Blai ,.:������   ���
Columbia street,   New  Westmluater.
W. .1  Wl.i'.sirie, H. l. Bdmoml
STENOGRAPHY     __    TYPEWRITING
ifl M'-'ri on thr flr��t ami third
Tu����eda> of nvrry nxmth In K of 1'
hall.      Chief, W. Sum -land
O   0    t     feOYAL    CITY    !>>HGK
N'> I Meetfl la o.l-lf-liowir hall
Oohtmbta ��tr��ae- every Frldav even
lng at a o'clock. Vlaltiog tirethr-n
win be niidi- welcome c, y i;t���t
n c-��_c e OMxme, P Q rei
.   -   ���  ���- -.-���������
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    Il"<.M
Gulchon Mock.     P. O. Box "Vi
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPH.        _ND
i ��� ,    �� l tin.;,    ���   ���;,-���      work,   MMttMse
Provini ���   oBa.   I <>���
treel      Phi ne 62,
IMI,
0   8   KEITH
Mtlr'.ri }{. -.4',..
To Hfnry M'fietrr. M-i-l�� K '
L H Merahon. John Mebr_Hfl
Dea.y nn 1 William N>��!
NEW   WESTMINSTER C
ASSESSMENT.
Court  Of   He .
SECOND HAND STORE.
WE BUT AND
!   all   kinds
���  |
Offl   ���
SELL FURNITI RE
Ol n.w and BeeOOd
A   BpOCk,  n'-ar  Trntn
FISH   AND   GAME.
��� BENSON  ft  AYLING,  FISH,   FRUIT,
Gam     V i, etc.     Begbie 8L.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
HOUSE   TO    RENT.
TO it ENT--NEW HOUSE ON ONi.
icn bio. .. on In ui an c uvine.
Walker Bro* . Esmond
FURNITURE.
V     FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer rer an I Undertaki r
i-orn-     '.'������ les uwi McKenzie streel
Phone 176, night call _]
WADE, WHEALLBR ft MeQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, k. C. A  WheaUer, W
G.   McQuarrie),     Solicitor-.    Bfl
ten, etc., 12 Lome itreet, oppo
courthouse,       New      Westmin I
.Phone 143), and the Vancouver ol
flee la al No, 5, Royal Bank Cl
bere, 408 Haatlngi Stre,-. w. t
GEORGE   E    MARTIN.  BARRISTER
and   Sollcltot     Buichon     lock,  <'���.
li imli ia     and     M. K'-t,-/.:     St    ,   N-w
Westminster, B. C.
W.      MYERS    CRAY.    BARRISTER
Soli' i!"r and Nota: -. Public    I
block, Clarkson Btreet, o    -
Court  House,      p. O.   BOS   1"      '! -���
enhone ?���!
TVLORS.
OALVTN   i.MiiES' AND MENS TAI
lorlng.     \ new in..- of   .ring pint
lng lust ln.     Button making, pn
lng and repairing      ll Sixth streel
-   ro- B350.
���  OTHER     FRATERNAL    BOCIETIEH
14. j   Includ. the Unl 1L0 Ige, No 9, a
F   and  A   M    King  BotOUMi   L
No   17, A F. aad A. M     LQ._
v..   1160; LO   L. No  l.'.9.l, C    rt
> .; , ��� *   11, \o   i<��  I, O. F.; C. U
!'      . ���     -���      '-,'. .   ��������� !��� .tl SO -iii.it   r,. I   -   -
Br..-', i    ' o*le,  Nesi  No   tt      - . ...-.���
office wber* it
BOARD     OF    Tit ADE- NEW   Wl Bl
min-*': B a- 1 of Tradi mei ���    n th.
1    ��� ty I iliow.;
Thir 1  '!'.,- ���!   .     , -    each    month.
eting     on   th"     tnird
la   ���! i sl ruary, M iy, AugnHt
v ;it  1  p m       Annual
���  lng�� on  the thlid  Th : ��� lay Oi
February.     New    BM-ff-tTl   tn I
,   ��� poeed nnd < l>-<*t<-r| at  any niontli
ly or    quarterly    meeting      c   11
\'. ad.  sect .'t.i- \
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      HOI Bl
Lorne street, W. N Carty, manager
���1   11 tions  provided  during
, una       viv im-.- > . ke| office,
3ton
THE EDISoN THEATRE CORNER
Col iv ile and Eight I hUgt-daaa
moving picture . lliu irate 1 1 onge.
Program changed Monday, Wednee
!������������ nni Friday
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
1 aki  ootlci thai aa g ;        1 q ha^
been made to register ti-%- oorporatlon
of tbe   .   -v. blp or Dtgtrici ���.[ Mis-
as the 0- ti r -ii  :.     simpli, un
dei a tai   lie deed train tbe 00U1
..f \L M ���     ',. -I,,  001 po
: - '  "     . ��� ��� -     Ip or District ol
Ml    on       . lng date Vi.-  vi, a
11      ��� I. a   ii. 1908 ol  ..j singular thai  r''rl .11  .ai   V  ,,.   t| Bl '  of l.'Ulrl
maj   .. . I
y  auy    person    baring .
therein, until  the sitting
���r Revision
Tb* llmt Bluing of tl
vlaion on the haid as. ���>
city on Wedai ��� 1 ���-
May next, at
��� - -.
Any   ;k i son   inti oding
t (be        ���     menl niiirit   '���
:ng to ht�� ;:*"!  with  U
at   |e��ut   aerin  d.*i>��  b ' tlrn
���    ������ of  the  court
W   \  DUNCAN
Civ -.
Ch. Hall   \: -i: :. L>n?
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
IN ���
THE DAILY NLW
Wntm.nistrr'i   Hom.   P.iprr.
PBOBIBlTlflN m BE NEXT
ELECTION CSt IN WINNIPEG
Plebiscite on Question to Be Taken ai
Next Municipal  Elections���Tern.
plars Face  Hard Task.
Winnipeg, May in.���A plebiaclt. on
ihe 'i-estion of tbe total prohlbition
of the liijuor traffic In the citj of Win
ulpeg wiij in all probafl Ultj be taken
on the same day as the municipal
elections are '""''l December li next
Those interested 'n the movement
.. ii<<'i'li-.l to serve noti<-.- on the
dty council in connection  with    tin-
matter, k.> thai  til*- vol.- may v   taken
ui connection with the hext municipal
elections, Tho act requires that a petition to th.. city council in respect to
such a vote I*, signed by 26 per oent
..I the electors on the list, and thai
.-uch petition, .hn,   signed,  be In  tha
m ! - of ihe OOUncll  by  Oct.   1 ;   It  will
1111 i-..for(. iceop ih,   temperance people
mi 1  securing tbe required algdaturs.
Tli..re ane aboul 33,000 imi! >-s i.n the
nimiiclpal voters' li. .s al  pi* sent   and
-    v..   ,. .,000 to 10,000 signatures
will I,,, ri quired on the petition to be
1 m ited      \   hare   majority   of  th ���
casl would be sudii ivn   10 <
rj  bar In th- city,
i.   1. mi erancc  Vi ";.1i.-i b hav -  I >��� "
vs in view i-i their pi-ei 'in actli n
Ib to can.   Uu
�� ������ In thi     own
defence to such  an <������������ d    '        thej
. will   Dl
anc<. it) 'heir count! - n     1;,. 1
. -   leu late 1   1       ,  ,,. iIOot cai
v ,      re ol
the   -a  -tern   liquOf   traffic, lhai   this
he   Uqu >r   liii  I-
lad thi'..!. houi -     entire
province, if Winnipeg should   a   d
Ithe (ndli ation. ol ���'.,.. oonntr    following in iin,- Wool i be bo   trong Bial li
would 11"' pay llqiioi dea , re io .  ts
lish i . .-   outside tin elli limits.
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TWO ACRES
The Question
Where 10 bu.
a ,   (.00 !
furniture cheap a.    ell
NEAR  CITY,   ALL   CLEARED. FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE  HOUSE,  STABLE AND       OUTBUILDINGS. ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE     FIRST-CLASS   SOIL.     $2700.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
GIRLS   EASY   VICTIMS.
Physv an Claims They Are Predispo.
ed to Tubeculo8is.
Washington, May 19.��� That girls 01
tend., ige fall victim, to Vk- ravages
of tuberculosis more frequently than
<to fbo; ... the -am- age, was the
-tiitemv 11 of Dr. .lohn H. Ixiwinan, of
''D-v.-i |n  ai,   address   before  the
childn section of y_stetday*s ses-
sl<m 01 , Bfth annual meettng of the
Aaeodatlon for the Suidv and Preven
tion ol 'i iberculosis, _r. Lowman
drew ., _ther rilsuvs-ing picture 01
the  .lai,. whieh   tlireat.-n   child:-.v
pnilisiio: ��� ��� i to tuberculosis from c>n-
'���'t''1   ��� fed -1 children in the pub
He school       'Despite the Ukaal oondi
"ons whii    pn -rail in tbe schooiroo
ol  mo ��� ,   modern  building    1
'h- cltj 1 tj,,. trained supervision
which I. -,-,.��� tbe children, theri li
�� mini-:,.; increase in tbe number ol
children al u $ after they begin their
���oboo - declared Dr, bowman
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON'Mgr. 	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
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Is Answered
1
t,y directing you to tbe flton. ��  ere
VOU   can   BM   ths   largest   stork   of   :i.-W
.and H.'.-oii-ftli.111,1 goods of all kinds Ln
th- <lty,
1 have .1 s|,i.'hi||,| Cream Separator
'for Btls, nearly new.
',      Com., and  s,-,. how  liiiuli  mor,.  you
ran   gel   for  your     EDoHy   hi-r,-   tlian
I elsewhere
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
English Watchmaker
Octd Watcbea for La lie. ���::'.r'11-7'
up
Silver   watch. 1,   isbU*  open   '   '
16.00.
silver w.-ii, b ���-. gent-    open   tat*,
���7.50 uj,.
Agent    for    Waltham    sad    ' --1**
aratobes,
Watch repairing a .pedaltj
F. CRAKE
Two   door*   from   Cm.   Adnmt.   Crncf
AT THE  HOTELS.
Ru.��ell  Hotel.
Howard Chapman, Victoria,   l(   '     V.
Miller, Vanoouver; .1 H Hamlin,
Beattle; I', it. Halletl Vancouver; v.
it Smiiii. Chicago; T. Bftart, Vancou*
verj B. L-.aiiH. Vancouver; 11 FUoe,
Vancouver .1 k. Kartball, Vancou
i l( NewUm, Victoria; W. T'.
Wood, Vancouver,
Windsor Hotel.
I.iiih     PVrgtteOfl, 4'  Daii'iue   \-   .;nr-
1    M.   Moiilton,   Viilli-ouver,   ,laini_
Mi-OoniK-ll.   \V.   C    Eord.   ChilliWBCki
Mis. Oapt,  U'-eil,  Poll   Haney;   Will    II.
Rawllsbn,   mi., s Rawllson,   Lrniifley;
11. M Hiiillistoii. North Vancouver;
John Carroll, EJveretti; S. Lmpiay,
Langley.
Dominion Trade  Returns.
otiiiwa. May 19 Trad,, returns KW
April show an improvement In thV
\.iliie of trade, teialllng 134,908,874, an
Inoreeee of 14,028,^87 over Xprii' ol
la-1 .nr. Th,- imports amounted to
183,186,077, un Increase of 12,609,078
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Olflce, Elflhth 8t.
Repairing ot |UM, umbrsllas,
wrltern, and light automatic ""r"l:i
cry and bicycles i ipsclalty,
Alex. Speck
Columbia fit.     "Man on the Wl	 jR-OA^
MAY 20, 1��09.
THE  DAILY
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WS.
PAGE THllL-.
/.o6jfi^j____L___7o__Ir-CariQ���a,s   Newest,
Greatest Flour-~Con^nues to  Grow in
the User's Favor.
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ithi . not,
Ity,
ROBIN HOOD F
., .   If not
���     |    WOtliBli   |fl
FLOUR   tOW.       If     fl  I
���, , buy floor
.     that "Ui._ LII TLI |
It v  d.
i  ll  mar ���-    In ���
los tt   ma '.- '
-.
��� ad   ��� I :������'
Pastoral Changes
in Local Churches
;��� laranti ���
You:
-   BBtag     ROBIN     HOOD
, ���      i ir,)- |   |   :  i,    ���_!���    ie .
: with it     ADd ren
aar��n ���
Made  of Saskatchewan's   Best   Wheat,
"Robin Hood Flour" is in Every  Way a
Superior Flour.
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The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills CompanyJ Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
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of ,ur   Calvert  will
be '  ��� Westminster Q'8*
.,      ill..;     ill..       i
oi . ��� i    tne   country
, ,,, Din      tor   -
ri
Rev. 1 on i- we* ���-
D -1.4 ale OU.
Ihi .   supplied
'  ���
'./nop*,,  of  District*.
e thi   . .V    ol du ���
. .   uii--
oi    tho '���
B   .   th.-    di     ;���
tin
It- ., .lohn Robson,
v
Ri      '.   m   Ban
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\.     . New
Wl       iv
'-..      stoke.
.
V     on
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!'���      .1   Nelson.
���   K -
H    .   I .-ml-.
.- n.;   oil,   86,
I'
i here are *
���    . ��� ��� in add aei
left  witnout .   v
theli , ,   '      Tbe a. company-
-..; dmfi approi
\\ ���  tmin   ��� i dihtrio
Wefctrr.inster and District.
\S     lit-
W. J. Sippre     prtnci]     of Col un Lan
_-.-.   AI ��� it  i.   Hetberlngi
ni ,       o|  Col imbtan t>i-
: M   Burn .
... .   :. H.
... Ddent  ol     ntts-
P Joii.i   V
.  .   D.   V.,   BU]   r-
���\ - t Bad���James Calvert, president
��� -.:    ��� nee  and    chairman  ol   dis-
I .
perton ���To be supplied.
. ���To  be supplied
::.. ���,   Mission���So Pui Row.
:.���_*��� Miwon���T. Ntshiiuura.
be   supplied:   Coquitlam.   Burna-
ShilUwack,    Indian    Mission and
���;- .   aa.
Ladner���J. H. Wri;.*!.:
II ;**ack ���_____��� Manuel
i'iie&m���J. D. P. Knox.
per Sun.a.���On. to be sent
l.-n_lvy���AJlan K   Sharpe.
rerdatt���Thomas O. Barlow.
Member*  in  British  Columbia   not
there   enrolled,   local   super aten-
'���.'���ati' of nils .<>n .  H    Wilson,  V   A.
.-    iw B   D   Hrad-n. W. E. Jones, A.
_   Stephens'>ri.   C   K    Batzuld.  to a<-
t'.l eoBege; Y. A  Magf-e le!-. without
��� . Ion at  1 is own requ�� M
��� eaaee.
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CAI GARY AlBERTA   I
t_��l|r|S��|IlttUIOCCS
HIS FAVORITE
BREAHf AST f 000
 .	
Vanoouver, M 	
Tin- Hr .ekivin-K.-r Mil. I .- DO I
|i   ,.    ISir       I   a:u   p.'     t-,i   to
state   that 1 have Wed t at
hlU's   Barley     .Tak.        ��� g     irlj
for  several     months  and   ;'    '
found tbem a palatable nouri.h
lng    and  easily    digested  ;""<!
THEY     ARE    MY    FAVORITE
tir.-ai      ���  ������    I ...el i    .-. warmly recommend th- in.
Yours truly.
ORBQOR-  II.   K>M,
Principal Btratbcona School
Vancouv ��� ���
���THERE IS A REASON "���Tna- -hree days' preparation of the baney
gives the flavor and makes them so ea.ly digested���many have
proved it���so may you. As* your grocer for a package. 15c���CooK
30 mmutes:   do  not stir.
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei ]
,..
Beef, Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLO   BY
Ihe Rcidicnbadi Company
(LIMITED.
1 olumbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
CANADIAN MILITIA
NOT TOO WELCOME
London,    May 19.���Tu.-   sugge  l
coming  from Canada    tha-    t��
.aiiuta   o!   Cau_d_Jn   infantry   mi.ma
m-.1i  Aldershot in Augu-K to undergo
a  few   weeks'  training   with  r-guiar_
thvre, it   .. ha< no-    been re
ceived favorably at railltar. beadqnar-
tera. Htowever, abould anj tonnai
proposal for the visit be made to the
uar office, the month u'. "-lurch will
', .��� jiUKjti.-st.-d a-, the Vent time, as the
t* lining a: Alder-shot b'.jtms f��r the
.war then.
Women   Mormon  Convert*  Arrive.
Montreal, Ma\ IH���Thirty women
immigrants from Kngiand. converts to
Itomanism, arrived here today en
route  to  L'.ah.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any availa:,^. Dominion Lands With-
ii. .��� railway b-'t iu BrtOab Columbia, tnaj be homestead.'i by an> per-
hot. who is the sol. head ot _, l_-.iv
Or au\ male over l. years of age, to
tu- extent ot oi-.-tjuart.. section u
lt,u acres, more or U Bl
_._.vy uiu_: be nude ptrson-li.. -
local laud office i'.r u*_ dlatnct
la Whlcn the land ia situate. _ntr>
by proxy may, however, Ik- snarl*; on
������ : -._ a c-onditions by the laiher,
mother, son, daughter, brother or ei--
ter o! an it,tending ho-it*-.eadir.
The homesteader is required la ye.
form tli^. condition.,  connected  ttK-re-
witii   under    one    ol    tne    tot.owing
plans.
(1) At least six montbs' re_i _-nce
upon and cultivation of the tan: un
.ach year for three years.
.2' II the fat-e. t or mother, i�� t_e
fatier 1- decased), ot the bouieste^der
r.-Ules upon a farm in the vicinity ol
tie land entered (or. thv requirements
as to reoidence may be sati-tie��i by
such person residing with tbe lather
or mother.
,.,1 lf the !*a_l-r has his p-rman. -*-'
���__ide_ce upon farming land owicO
by hira in the vicinity of hi. Home-
stead the requ.rem.nt. a_ to resid.-nv
um> ... aatifl-d by residence upon
the said land.
Six mont*.- notice ln writing should
be given to the commissioner of Do-
_J-t��an lands ut Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining right9  may   be
leased   for    a  period ol    twenty-on<r
years at an annual rental of |1  per
acre.      Not   more   than   2L60   acre-
shall  be leased  to one individual or
company       A royalty  a: the rate ot
flv_  cents  p--r  ton shall be collected
on tbe -lerchantabk coal mined.
W  W  CORY.
I Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
S'li��� Cnauthorized    publication   of
tl ;-   advertisement  will    not be  pam
for. 	
CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT
OF BURNABY.
MADE IN CANADA
ROYAL
YEAST
CAKES
Best Yeast
in the World
Sold and
Used
Everywhere
E. W. G_-tt C. Ud
Toronto, OaL
This is the
i
LAND ACT.
Comox Land District.
District of Queen Charlotte Sound.
Take notice thai O. B Jaco.son, of
Vancouver, occu-iatioa sheep rancher,
lnieuds to apply for permission to
lease   the   following    descrl.ed   land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the went eud of Lewis vs.and, thence
northerly, easterly, southerly ani wes
terly and northerly, (allowing tne
khoru line aromul tie lsiand to the
point of commencement, containing
sOO ivres more or less.
Btaked April tth, IMS.
"1.K H  JACOB.-^UN,   ���
Notice is b.reby give:i mat me
Coun ol Revision of tbe assessment
roll of the district of Bumahy, will be
held in the Municipal Hall, Burnaby.
on Tuesday. May 25th, 190.. at 10
o'clock a.tn.
Any person or persons desiring to
make com*.laini against his or _->r aa-
laeaement must give notice in writing
to the assessor, staling the ground ot
compUUnt. at least ten days before tli_
said date.
II. D  CVHT18.
Assessor.
GET YOLK SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
...        TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel  Block, P.  0.  Box 644,'
New Wejtminster.
Opportunity
Look  over Henry's catalogue
anj diake out your order for
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Tr.es, Plant", Bee Supples, etc.
N'o etndy agents to annoy you.
N'o damage from fumigate n. No
delay-, ot customs.
YOU "PRESS THE  BUTTON."
WE DO THE REST.
HENRY'S!
Nurseries
Office., Greenhouses and Seed-
houses, 30*10 We.tmin.ter Read,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver.
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
Jew Spring Good, for p^c   Oik and VailUS-ieS
tadies and  Gentlemen
* beautiful Hue   of   malarial    fm
''      n   .lr .-*:uuie,  and suitings ha.
J11*1 arrived.
W. i^ irinte. a peri^rt Hi nud a*"-'.!
*ofki-i,i.^ilp.'
When you havt m.de up your mind to do seme painting.
remember that it pay. to u��e p-'int or va.ni.h that will ttand in
all  weathers.
Elephant p.mt i. mad. from the pure.t of oil and lead, and
th. colorlnot in It are the very best that can be used and are
mixed by expert, who thoroughly understand every branch of
the   paint   business.
Our Hn. ot vsrnl.hes and �� ains includes the following: Jap
��� lac BapUc Berry Bro_ Hard Oil and Varnl.hM, Standard
V.rnlsh... and Wllklo.on. H.ywood �� Clartce's fsmou. English
line  of   vamLhes,
Wing y u e n jt. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Kv">r*8 On Wo 4 Co. Black.
Columbia   and   Mclnnos   Bta
���'hone 14. p. o. Box 6��6
Summer Goods
JUST  ARRIVED.
lhr^r   the   material  you   want   for
11 '" 'iiini,. to order.    Perfect tit (.nar-
anteed.
HEE CHUNG
p       Merchant Tailor
' ��  B<>t 834. Nsw Westmln.t.r
���-        Opposite Windsor Hotel.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne.  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR!
Imperial .......      J7.00 per brl
Hungarian Jewel... $6.50   -     -
Terminal   %$J0O   M     M
..   fx       ���     ft. Ct*.   PL.OUR AND FE_U) MERCHANTS.
McQuame & to x ' ���.,   . ...   ,. ,
FRONT STREET.       _ Nsw ^eelielfiflter. Telephene SSS.
A SUPERIOR FLOUR
Hang it above your telephone���tell It to the ctwk���explain it to
th,- grocer���keep lt constan _y in mind���ROYAL STANDARU
KI.QIR IS -iUPERlOR KliOl'R���a flour of unfailing quality���an unvarying flour���every sack Is good��� a 'business buikivr for the niau
who sells it���a comfort to ev .ry -H-rson in the home. Your groce.
nells it.
Kuch mouth we give away ten beautiful 109-piece dinner sets. A
coupon is in every 49-lb. sack o flour. Duplicate coupons are kept
In thle offlce, and ten ar. drawn MCh month. The winning number*
are published In this space.
Qether the coupons��� you may tie a winner.
-������-���-���i	
������
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
Leave Laugley at -00 a.m.; arrive
at Port Haney at 8:15 a.m.. arrive at
McAdaui Landing at _30 a.m.; arrive at Hammond at v.-to am.; arrive
at Port Kells at .:���.. am ; arrive at
Nee Weetmlnatnr at 10;9S am
Leave N.w Westminster at 4 uu p.-
m.; arrive at Port Kells at .V u pm.;
arrive at llammotul at ti:U0 p.m.; ar^
rive at M.Adams l^anding at S-1B p in ;
arrive ut Port Haney at 6:S5 p.m.; arrive at I-ingley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. 4 K. Wharf, daily except Saturday.
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the .teanrer
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, ea-
cept Saturday, at 3 p.m. tor Ladner,
Westham Island and way porta. Saturday at i p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, leave. Westham Island
every week day morning, except Friday, at 7a.m.. and Ladner 745 am.
Friday leaves Weatbam Island 8 ass.
and Ladner at 6:45, a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New-Westminster at 5 am.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
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���Ul.iOAV, M,Y ^
The Daily News
Published by The D.iiiy News Pu illl 1.
Ing Company, l.imitid. at their offices,
ial ������ tit .'. ��� Block, oomi r   I M.o
Kenzle and Vlctotla  streeta
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
JAPANESE  OFFICERS
TO  OCCUPY  BALCONY
CIVIC  HOLIDAY.
THURSDAY, MAY 20,  1909.
A�� the results of M specie, meeting
nf tii,. city council yeaterday arnanj.
ments have been completed for the
edti rtalnmeni ol the Japanese admiral
and offloera today ai the Minto cup
match. They win arriv. by upedial
car from Vanoouver, and go ai once
to Queen's park, where tbe. wil] be
accommodated with ______ iM the bai
OOOy  of  Ui..  :iiliiiinis:r;iM,iM    | uiidlng,
after the matoh being edtertalned b;
Mayor Keary hi his reel lence, First
Btreet.
THE  LAST WORD.
CRUMBLING STONE MAKES
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M DANGER  FOR CATHEDRAL
amenter.   _*sslon which 1-      _>_____     ,, ,   ,���
ix>iogne,  Maj   19,���Th,. architect  ot
I'-' ��� ������'�� i" b close has   i���,  cologne cathedra]   ha.  Informed
ome note and  ha   dl     the authorities that  the condli on ol
,.,-,,,, s,.. ,,, .    , .    interesl     '������   building    I-    unaatl I letorj;,    al
 ' thisdutnc, \:::^r;l;-���    \
will  ��� . 1 of the brilliant v   >������     ,,,ns     T|���. archltea   Ba.     the stone
in_r made    bj   I iber    foi   New   1    iTumi.lin.   rapidly.
WesftmlnBter,      Mi   Taylor  m.i l- ������������������
Ive .1' but at the opening of the
:.   '.,. Ith  ;i  |,"-'  rfu] arraignment
of ��� , ��� penitential*.  1 fficlalt anenl the
,,|  lii'l  M.iiv        I  I I   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the atti of th-- Hou el     ; 1 m(      The officers .md member   0   it" al
to lint,-    with eundr.    Interrogative. ''_'��� 1"h:'' ��0. 8-and Amltj Iod     No
and    turth -   wonderful     revelatlpnfl  ,.,.  .,.   Ih(. ,M|  ,,, , ,,_,_   ,,,,
in regard to that    U;tle known  incl-jat  6:30 p.m,  Bharp.     Frlda;   ��� ���  nl n
���    d
in accordanoa with a resolution 01
Council    I   herein   iloelaie     Thuisdav
lhe 20th Inal . from 1 p.m t<> 5 p,m. a
civic ball holiday, 10 enable every one
in s'1  thi   Minto cup laeroane match;
in,I   I   noil I   r,'8|iectfull\   ;i . I.   f|,,.  ,.,.('
-, ns ;,   ���- ally to ro ..'.s. 1 v,  -ii,. s ,.n,.
W    11    KKVI1V
Mayor
Mayor", offlce,  May  Is.  [pQj.
NICE COTTAGE EOR SAlF
I have a nice ftl* " ' >r on   Albert.,   itreet,   S.
_ ��� __  '_^_-^-^-^-^-^-_H Mill   /.,,
I have a nice fllx-n 'je on   Alberta   .treet,   Sapperton,   t,_ ���
lot -10x100.  which  I  ean  Bff.r  for $1200.00  on   good   term..       |   i, ,.     ,h
next to thii for .ale.      Thr two together  would   m.ike  a   ni__ t/,
I  cm  trli  for $32.00.     I  would be  pleated  lo  .how  you  the*.   ,.r .,,., tlr��
hav.  rjood  buys  in all  part, of  Ihe  r.ty.
J. J. JOHNSTON
FRIDAY, MAY 21.
��� men' of the celebrated
inn,
Dupont  Block, Columbia Itreet
PHONE   II I
GET THE  HABIT"
1.0.    <_fc    C. f.
Lena Duthie   Whitewash
NOTICE.
in   dm ii.      'he j
..--sion with un- ;co'i,smi.ti'o'n.
di    ���  ������ i Minn d
, lo lng I ii of the
o i- charge of connivance on the
pari ot thi prison officials. No doubt
.i: the i���" '���'���-' momeni of the Si *-
.sio.'i ii,. wii] seise the opportunltj to
lodge another l>a:ch of startimp allegations.     Tim.  le gr iiniev. attained I
We observe that he hiis now  Maj   21st, tor the  P    po .
tog the laying of th,   corni     I i
Odd -allow.'  huiIdin5; no,a
Bj order of the Coi
,"i   V" ni    Bcol land .
Pn      - v.    ier chai tning pi i formance
"An Evening in Scotland
and Ireland."
md o-i)
where.
Auapice. of SONS OF ENGLAND.
Tlcki ta   "ii Bale   at    Rj ilt'e i ������
Store.
He. I- v  ��       oui   Wl
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Double-Headers
BACH
GLASSES, ODD LINES, 5c EACH
The  Eair
Today
\v
iii''. Columbia Street
buy for i- i-!i and sell for tb<
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   ELECTRIC   RAILWAY   CO
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TOWARD   PROGRESS.
The material aspect of our city is
changing tepidly. New businesfl
blocks, all of which will be of a more
or less lni|K>sln'. character, ar,- jr.nng
up on all sides. The year 19 l_ flaw
the completion of two of the finest
business structure.- in tho city, the
Rn. sei) hotel and the Dominion Trust
Mock, hut there is little doubt that
tbe present year wlll witness more
notable signs of Now West minster's
expansion than any like period has
previously displayed. For some time
a lack of store and of-ov accornmod.v
tion has been felt In tbe city, but it
would seem that the demand in this
direction will be met, at any rate for
the time, by the accommodation that
will be afforded by the various new
blocks either being or about to bc
���erected.
The bu!dne->.s part of Columbia
street will be extended considerably
by the new building now in process ol
erection. The space between the
l��o .office and :ht. Hank of Montreal
will be occupied by tbe fine Ball-La.
very block, whii.. it is pretty C rtain
that the owners of the spacioae site
on tbe east side of the Bank and
Church street, so long an eyesore, will
ereci a (tret-class building thereon
Thla win create a continuous lin.- ol I
splendid business establishments ngtv
up  to  the  Guichon   hotel. On   the
hern Bld�� ot :!,,. - reet, adjao nl
to Lytton squat-., many bands an
busy rushing forward ihe constrtso li.-.
ol the Thompson block, which, ru:;.
. will be a very fine structure. We
are told that tenants are already si
cured for two of these new -loek-
Ivooking -to th,- certitude oi the city .-
growth in the near future, it would
appear that ere long it win lie necessary  to  provife .-at:.,  tut her  bllfliness
aooouuuodatlon.
On the corner of Eighth aad Carnarvon street M -.-ra. Smith it ElUCk-
land ;u*e erecting tbe new Odd Wat-
Iowa'  hall,   whiv'.   wi..  ip- ,i   rail
��� 1 lot and be ol oonor .- con true-
tlon     It i_    not    anlikelj    thai  tbe
i . on the ",.,....   coi i
to the Russeii hotel, will be bull
in the not very dl.stant future.
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I AM THE EXCLUSIVE AGENT IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND DIS
TRICT FOR
Edison arc!   victor
Xalking  Macmncs ���
ana xvecorad f
; A    SNAP    II\"'rA(\GL_"
WE     HAVE    PURCHASED      PART    OF     A      CAR f
SLIGHTLY     DAMAGED     MANGES,     WHICH     WE     ARE
SELLING  AT  A   SNAP      COME     EARLY     AND     AVOID
THE  RUSH.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
S^B i X Frijsl  Hloik, front St.. N**v% Westminstir
inger and ��� .
WKeeler ^Wilson "*"����"""*���""��� ~~+++~4
D
ominion Hianos
Donerty Pianos
| Organs
GIVE   U8   A   CALL,   OUR   PRICES   ARE   RIGHT.
ind
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA   STREET.
SOLICITOR-GENERAL   IS
COMING  TO  THE  COAST
i ittawa   Mn..    ; ��� - So leu    i,
.i..v|ii,    Bureau     o   I   , .-        .  ,   ���
, ah   .i ni. on  i tom ��� ���
��� odon ot Can
Hi   -.'.ill  proceed  to ��� v   Pa. Lite i o -
and  :' :::   with ti,, on ���
New Vl. stmin tei   ; - .-,���:- DtlaTy  ������������ ���
to view  ol Vv     i ape ol  Bill U
and othi.- prlsoni - - and   - - eni discussion- in   the b isi   .,:    ���     aon i, will
be made tbe w      ' "i a i articularly
careful Inspection
CANADA  AS  FIELD
FOR   INVESTMENT
London May 19.���Mr. .1 Obed
Smith, as I tint superintendent ol Int
��� tion for Canada, addressed lbe
Royal Society of Ai-s yesterday on
Canada as a (nld for investment, '&>'-
on the tendency of British in-
vi tors to seek only an official iaaue,
whilst   United  States oapHail ts  had
;i clear lifld for ind usi rials. An ex-
cedent anadytical paper was listened
to by an Influential audience, ix)id
Hindllp  presiding
STRIKING POSTMEN  SAY
THEY  WERE  8ETRAYED
Paris, May 19    Thi  iiniiy meetings
ol thi Btati postmen ire now attended
ml- by il. ml   ed   mp oj 11  . Sp nk,-rs
clared today tbey
1        .. i,  betrayed bj  the proletariat
ii.n  tin .   inul refraim .i
fi  in raising tht  wb     Bag in th   bops
i, ���:������ i al .   ��� nation ol  Labor
-���      i  ., i ni.. ;., declar.   a    general
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WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
>ou how it it cbeepet to bay
blfb-eiass   bniiiinK    mat-
���h.n It I. to purchBse tli- ,
_r    kind        We    rin   pa nt    IS
��.iilldin��_   bul't   with  our  m��t"
rial,  ih.t  ii-ii-r  mi'-]  repairt
\\ .��� i in  petal  ��� ��� boobi   ''
in*: need re; atn all tbi  t nr-
Bai tbej  vera cot belli ol
i au rials ���
, '.��� i, :i' Bfl   lie. *
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Spring Sho
Dinner Sets
ARE
READY
\NY PARTICULARLY GOOD
THING    IN    A    SHOE  THAT
YOU    MAY   BE    WANTING���
YOU   ARE   RIGHT   SURE  TO
FIND  HERE.
The Man
Linking for comfort tbe man looking for si.ip- ih,- man looking for
dui illlt* and the man looking for
all the .. points combined, each anal] of them inn find their idea] shoe
he-re.
Every  Woman
Appreciate* cboli e footweai and
We're therefore safe in saying that
, .������ avoiniin will |.. great!, n erested
In  tbe handaome Spring  Bhoei  thai
we   .ir..   now      show lm:     \\..   ,.   ex;r-rt
Rtteri ami in very carefullj evi rj shoe
We  sell.
Wr have Irn d.nnrr ������!���, r��guU'  >
115.00 to 116.50   which we v��'l! fl.    * '
$12.50
If  you   r^quirj  Onr
porlunity.
don't mit> thn np
Adams&Deans
Boys! Boys! Boys!
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
��� - i
Light Colored Blouses, 50c each.
Black Sateen Blouses, 50c each.
Boys' \Vaists(. >ft collar), 60c ('ach.
Boys' Waists (separable collars,
medium dark and light colors, all
sizes), 75c each.
Boys' Shirts. Boys' Underwear.
!
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWS IR&DAV
WAV 20. 190..
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
P,\r,R Kivrc.
THE
Cash Store
cuhstor. T. H. Smith
������������*  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������eeee
ARRIVAL. ()F THE
jfhe long looked-for \   I Suil   have just been re-
ceived, and finer styl< ��� i ot to be had. These
Suit come from a maker who produces the best
that are made and are distinguished by their magif-
��� cut and splendid finish. They come in Mercerized Linen and Percales, in plain and striped effects,
(rimmed in various styles, and really are models of
perfection.   From
$8 to $ 14.50
****...***
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'.S   EXTRA   SPECIAL   IN
54-Inch All-Wool
Dress Goods
��� aide ��� b
��� .- Ptpaaaa ��t.i    _���������-������
,,ni -'��� ���  ���      ���"������
I dart i a epi
'   ���     umni<-r -euitu  0
it a Ri -   I
, ,-.- ��.c
FIVE   PIECES
58-Inch Table
Linen 35c Yd.
r   illy   a   '���>"- '
'  I kBta �����   . ��� ' ���
ii--:.   ��� ��� ���   ���
ial t* i�� limited   He-cui..*
.     .Se
. town de not f��n t.- ����   ,rir
See  Dr bs Un at In  Pb_a
I   flttlpe*.   ..   *Tle   t-an-e   to
���:n      Price* from -ic up.
..-.���rill-   for  Uilit  w^k  01
��� ��iiit-- ai i Tun
i iin,. we bat   alwa
u '���"<   l.alr.      A ttlca
.... ..:,���   ween
pelf 45c
New Leather Hand
Bags and
Shopping Purses
'���''���   .kin   and   plain   :'
'   rthaireH ur,- here;  i-.ui aa i
them; ths Baaortmenl Ik large
.,!      iried      Prieea rrom   $-.00 to
��� 12..0.
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A   DELAYED  SHIPMENT   OF
New Suits
���_mv-<l  laat    ��.**k    in    all  the n-w
:: ; t 1 iln colors  button
ed. nle      tailored and  all  n<-*��
 $20.00
Japanese Kimonas
in fan, r Dn a.      Vi ry Bpfl
-Oc
Covert Cloth Coats
at Bargain Prices
v,    -.ui- |iiutinc   Ll   ��� ' '   ooatfl
ile a. 1.     ti  y ���    ,. ,. it
r .taproot, nnd (or seri
.    beat.n      H. gnu
j-    1 tor       ibW
New Prints at
10c Yd.
\ ir  a  loi o( thee. In light and dark
ii ipot or siiiii': deelgn, pi 1
 10c
Ladies' and Children's Sunshades
in plain   colore, dalnt*    strlpan and
whit.  ���        klered linen
chli,!-. n ��� slae ttom       65c
Lediea' tlas (rom    ���WM
31-Inch Victoria
Lawn 9c Yd.
\V��� have Itlll i'"'ut WW yWfdfl of thl.
in stock, and i: m��BI K>' flOOn, ns ou:
Btock In tbia wction Is t .1 beefy.   9c
per Mir.l. i-' ! nds for $1-00
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Regn ��� :
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u m  ������:   Mil*-.,-   I  -. rl
sffe ��� on Ms   tt   ���'���      f. ���
ere l" lng - ������ esecntin   h-ao
and oni  a    1    wa*        ed tor tbi '_ --'
est
.lust arrived, a carload of Bo D
Hood I loni F . I aseortmi nt of -_������-���
M, 4.' ������. now in stock. Iia.,- lirog.
�� Co. Ltd
Tt���- l CUj  BewmlUfl were not:
'worki:,   yesterday, a anuuiown ian-,
mi;   i<     ���   In  ord--  'bat   the Ja;ia: ���   ���
Id ��� '���       :ght  attend  tbt-  fe.tivKles j
whicl,  �����    omed th.- men-of-war trom
t'i.-  Flower]   Kingdom    rialting  Vancouver
Sle.v  -       Trans>T   will     leave   for '
down    ' .     joint., af-.er  the  lacrosse
��_un��        rhoieday, May  M and iim-
:Sre  d May    24.    Down  river ree-i
|.|��nt_ lake advantage of this and se. ,
tlie Ml:'    cap gam-.-**.. *"
Rev. j   J   Redditl   Methodl.t assist-'
.in:   b ilNrard, of  Toronto,   gate
an  in'   ���> ivlni. talk on practical ques-
I'Mons    ol     BttOda. lOhOol     work     at ,
Uueer. - \v��n.ie churcb laet eel nine to
the ofl ers and members of the adult
. leaaee "f tbe church-
T_e plea.��ant<-.t way to sp��id Satu-
d.i>   afternoon  Is Go take a nv,..   trip
to    Steveston    and    back.      The  SS
Transfer leaves Brackn_a_-Ke_ . w
ai  I pjd   trer.   Baturday, returning
same evening       Fan-    one d     Br  (��� -
the round trip. ""
No 1 Company, of tbe ""-vs' Bn'
gndi   (81    Barnabas'   company),  wiii
parade for tn.pection  tomorrow   . ���> I :i
...: tb�� dnii hall at seven o clock.
Tbe  teapectini  officer  will  be  Uedt
Rorl-on, ..f tbe Sixth Regiment.   Parol ���:.  boyi .uiii the general i>ut.
- ��� Inuted.
Office  Furnitur-.   Roll-Top   and   Flat-
Top  Desks, Tables,  Etc.
Typewriter and tilting el ig cabinet, and sectional bookcases.
Good, solid arm-cha.rE, suitable for office, etc  $2.25
Dining room  su'te��,        _||  price..
Parlor suites just  _r    /ed, .plendijj v.lue      $.0.00
A large stock of _. ���'-., linoleum,   ,.,d oi| cloths.
Matting in  beautif,   -i-signs and r.olors.
Ruu6 in endless   t ,
Lawn and camp furniture, bamb-ir. shades, etc.
Awnings made a' ihorteflt notice. | /  practical workmen.
W.  E.  FALES
The Leading Furniture House
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
Don't forget to buy your new Suit at THE
ACME CLOTHING COMPANY before the
Minto Cup matcher? on the 20th and 24th of
May.   Special values
$10, $12, $15
Worth $16 to $22.
That is 2 to 1 on the  ACME  CLOTHING.
THIS STORE CLOSES AT 1 P. M. SHARP.
ACME CLOTHING CO.
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
ASK YOUR GROCER  FOR
Andrew Weir liner lu\vn_y.
b !: has been expected u,t,- bar
some time   to take on a cargo ol  two
_,..-. teei ������; ' :.'����� bOtt tb- -�����-
s��t River Mills for Australia, will he
piloted ap :: riv-r this morning She
com. - from . .m frendaoo,
s   .1     Ritchie baa taken    -ix new
vie-.-.-- of the city for Inclusion in tin*
publication Of tin* official handt>ook
to the A. . P ��� k ��� B-don, In wblch
the city will advertise Thi.-- is t^lng
distributed fo ��� and ���-' 500 copies are
I :���  ,  .-.  ;   [,,     universal   tl_-ula-
tion
i   ,...,,. , ,. ������
Into jiort yeaterda] from Queen Charlotte inlands with  b  small cargo ot
hallbut, ;ii"..i: :.', tons and ;> lew Btar-
Tbe Bah will be pul tn oow
until shipped !o wateiu Bar
kets     An liaprovemeni in the run ot
spring saliiKm U >t.t-.s| t>> the fi-her
���i v. bi ���    I ial label,   bad not
��� ,1 ko :m> lnn_
Eastman's
Kodaks
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ROBIN HOOD FLOUR {
And Bee that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST  ARRIVED.
For  Wheat.   Barley,  Oat��,  Chops,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay.
etc., ask us.      We wlll see that   you  get  it  promptly.
HALE. BROS. & CO. ltd    I
X    Phont 335. 186 COLUMBIA  STREET. P. O. Drawer 100.       *
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JUSTHGURJE
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
Agents
T. M. SMITH IcURTIS'
^^dquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
DRUG   STORl:
NEW WESTMINSTER.
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a nsk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE tt
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THE   DAILY   vi"WS.
THURSDA.
MAr   ...
ODDFELLOWS FIRST
TO REGISTER SOCILIY
APPLE LAND
Winnipeg,     Ifaj     19.���Undei    ihe
amended Manitoba Insurano aei li I
now nev Nary for fraternal Bocletie
u> regl tei the same us ordlnhij o
paoii       i ii.- ��� 1'iu ������   dealing  ��Itb  it I
rv.nli.  ..���   follows:
"In ,-.is, of :i prorinda] mutual Bre
or   mutual   hull   Insuranoe   companj
ami iii the oa . of a benevolent, pron
dent, li ! or cooperative si" l<'
Inoorpoi u ,i In or under tbe authorli)
of ip. '   '    province 01 Mam  i
transit v   Insurance,    Includ
atckn.  - ind funi i ii benefit lm iu
and  In  the case "I  such .i io. lei >   In  i
corporal .1 bj oi  undei  th   autho
ot an ,1,-t of th.- Dominion ol ( u
or am   proi Ince   ttti neol   othi >   than
Mam ���.   i lii   i. ,|nK   onl-.      li km
:iiid funeral benefit Insuran. ���   .* 0
Tbe firai fraternal *od Ij   I	
t,-r un.I> i- .iiia pito.Ision |_ th,   indi
liendeni   Order of  <��<1 Hello*     whloh
lei  d wjth  \   I-:  liamiii  pn .
Insurance InspectiOt   yeaterde lie
,1,-t came into foroe March it, t* ii tbe
OC ���   I''-,   w-r,-   yl\,-u   until   Jul i    I   to
niak,.  good
SUNLICHT
SOAP
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The Model Bak<
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Bai ���> iu.   .
way.  Bweel
need.    Ottr i
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0  Bog i;i
Gasoline Engim
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PALMER   UROb'
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I'M ML It
RROfl J t"i
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I S  .IM   .
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO .KM) vol' OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Bight   Trains   Kvsiy  Day in  the  Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
RICH PLACER GOLD FIND
MADE IN NORTHERN ONTARIO
Prospectors,   Miners   and     Speculators
Are  Stampeding to Newly Discov
ered  Gold  Fields.
THE
THE TRAIN OF FAME
NORTH-WESTERN.
LTD. I
LEOPOLD ANOEKS SUBJECTS
BY SELLING OLD PICTLIKLS
King of  Belgium  Deplete, Art  Gallery
Replenish    Private   Coffers���
Action   Raises  Outcry.
to
Brussels,   ____)    U>      ..,,   outer;,
been ra sed bj ibi decision o| Kin*;
Leopold ol Belguim to sal) ins geiier)
": pld ii-i He has alread. _oi,i four
painting, tu Paris dealers, �� Rubens,
Cochrane, On: . Maj in.���The dl_
icovery of a placer gold area, fifteen
Embodies the newest and best ideas tulles b> live, ha��� ik*-i> made near
for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, addP1**6-    l!  is exceptionally  rich.
-r Tiwiuv      ?.  ,    ii~w. a   -.i.i.   k^..h     Over tiii.- hundred prospectors, inin-
-UAUHl,      It   |s   lighted    **;:h    Doth . ,
ers  and   speculators   have   .tamped a ;. Hobbema iui.1 iv-,., Hal.-    Th,-others
electricity anil gas; the most brilliant- to .j,*. new find yuhin _&_ pui ;-i;,. .,.,. ;���,aK ,,��,,.d (u ^ dealeieo* the
ly illuiianattj train in tho world. The days. continent and m London.
equipment consists of private pompart-1   ��ne ma�� wbo B��'  !jafk l:iSt n,R"1      N",s that thi Congo Free.State does
ment cars   .nndarri  16 .ection -l_��t>- after s*aklll;*l ,1*J:n- -'>.- trum t", to  not . i,M to KU -   Leopold ill- ImnMMe
mint lars, .tanwd 16 se..ion sleep- $100 ])er ,,.,���  ,.  b-lng  washv(,  ���u.r... ,s,���lls ,���. (,���-,���. :l>   IVl,.iv,,d (nm tii.t.
ers,    .murlo'jg dlninp  car,    reclining in   support  of   his   statement he  has j<*��Kce, It i�� stated thai h�� laMDdi to
chair cars   (seat.  free),   modern   day'nii.c.-ts and  dust   valued  at   ft.TOO��� feel] everything h.- ..**ns tor which he
eoa-he-- and buffet   librarv and -mok- jth^' rC!M1" of |,'Fs '���13n :t "MI s ��'"">.. |<"m  realise large suit-.
,n     ars The .discover.   I. approxun^ely i_5 j    Vender t/eMe, th.- socialist    i- -ad. r.
!__,_. ]miles due  west  of  Cobalt  and  Is  of  raised  the question  m  parliament  to
For  T-me   Tables,   Folders,  or  any, easy aceess.   Hundred- of pro*jK-ct ,r,   day   dt.larliif.  that   tbe  Klni;   had D
/urih��?r Information call on or wriie     doners, apecplatora and  men looking
_.. .�����   _._���._,_,__ \',w su** l''I) w'a'lii art' ������xpect.-d to ar-
p] w. PARKER, nv., her- within the neai jreeh ana
720 Second Avenue *m.\* Wb-b,M��ff�� �����!! Wtoe     Th- find is 01 ��
1 |ct*pt��_>nal ri��b_e��   md  la practically
IBWtveli
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT,
LAi-D    3I_-
District of Surrey.
Take notice, that Henry T. Thrift
Int-nds t. typly f<?r permission to
lease tie $_.!-!_B�� -jeBcrioed H-nu:
Commencing at a post planted where
the southerly boundary of lot o._,
group two (i), New Westminster dis-
WOMAN FLAGS TRAIN
AND PREVENTS WRECK
DiSaSverlng Wa.Viout, Oregon     Ranch
ers Wife Brings Freight to Standstill Just in Time.
right to dl��*H._��- of the pictures whtcti
sliotil.1 belong to the nation He Wlll
Introduce g bill prohibiting tnvi.  _a...
to  (OI-lgU-.T-.
CIVIL LIST FOR ASSIZE
OF UNUSUAL INTEREST
mportant.  cm,   W||j     0tcupy   Court
Vlex. Week���Street Car Fatal../
Produce.  Damage  Su.t.
The spring itssia.. lor the county
of Westminster oj>en on Tueeda. n-xt
befor- Mr. Justice lrvm�� Tbe erimt-
nai tun a are. Cedaroerg, setiuu.
cha'7 ���  under  criminal   cod,-;   1>K>' 'on.
trict intersects    the    quarter section f      ���	
line, prolonged,   running    north and .____���_
'   .1      _       ���      .       ,oi   i-_-       Portland. May l��.���The preeence ��
Eoutb through section two  (2). townMmin_ of  Mrs.   Peter  Tott.  wife of  a
ship one (1);  thenc-e south ICO rods,  . ,.    ,.  ijVing   near   Echo,   yesterda]
thence ea-t 160 rod.; thence north to   -_.   :    a    freight    train    from  being  escape and aUempted flecape from UM
a  noin-  200  feet  south  of the  beto,e   wn  k-d.      A   Ibreak    in the .urnisi,   B   C  pehltwOerj;     Bkelton.   Bimoos
a  poin. sue i<re. sou u  . jf      ^^ carried  away  a small  per-   and  MoOeach, at-nipt  to _ecap<     _)
mentioned souther.y    boundary oi io    u^  ^   .^  track        Tbp   bn&k   ana  ulot)8i aU,,���,;). t<) ,.,-,.���.   iin(J M,,iirD,
_ 5,  group two   (2i;   thence  east--:ly  ,,,, waShout was  discovered  hy  Mn   escape from that Institution,
parallel   to   the  said southerly   boun- Toft jus. as an extra freight train wa. ;    The chli  list  comprises   Dyne,  vs
a- -,. ���! i-i rur   srwriiir, two  ("i   'o h   .i;>'<to*i''hing. i H-  C   Electric  Railway       'this  Is an
dary of lot-606. f���f ��*���\ ��.'     S^bbtng up a  piece of cloth, the actton by tb�� widow of Charles Pyaea
point t...    -       v-*'!i ���t  v.t-  -... ... -   ,,,,man signaled .0 frantically that th,    claiming   J15.000     d images   for   r;--g:i-
g*-nc_ contributory  to hi., .I'-a'h.
Manliir- vs Kirk Mr> J. Man-
[Wr_ PWRalned a fan down a atarrwiij
[wbeq in H T. Kvk . stop,' '.in.-
,monti.3 -lm-e, and ��'.>? now brlr.,-   an
For   Sale
Logging donkey engines,
latest improved patent,
by E. J. Fader, New
Westminster. Can take
a log off the peak of a
mountain and land it
without injury. This machine works with endless
cable without coiling on
the drum, requires no
haulback, always on a
straight pull. Drums can
be attached to any donkey engine in use.
For further particulars
apply to E. J. FADER, or
Schaake Machine Works
MANTFACTURERS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
few,   ���   .
V�� LSI MINS :
Iron   Work!
JOHN  REID, l
Tenth Street.   ���    Ri y.
Bank of Montre.
EBTAHI.ISIH .
CAPITAL j
RESERVE
lliaio !,. .    tbrOiiKI." II
S-*'., .:,.!.ami,  and  u.
,_nd. Nee York. Chli agi ..
\    und Kt-icO i .
UAtiking    baalnesfl
ier. ..r      ��� nt Ur.-j       rails     ,
������   ,   i.dent.  in    all   , i.ii al
world
8a��mKi> Hauk Departa��es    .���;���
reoetved la num. ,: i. ,���
.nd lateveei allowed ���*: ,-.
���unurn  i; reesnt ran |
Totui   Aitrti  orer   |lt ��� cl
NEW   WE8TMIN5TER  DR��M   J
G    I>   BR1 MM R   SI.,
Wettminster
Transfer O
, vfflce   Phoci�� lis.      n,r:    I:
Columbia   st-f
Hagj.j-e    drllreren
any  part of ti* C-t]
Light and Heavy Hai
OFFICE���THAM   DEPOT
lei of north latitude;  thence west   _ j^gi-eer brought th_ train to a halt
low water mark and 62  rods distant	
from  the said 49*.h  parallel of north I "*~~
latitude; thence south 62 rodi. then*.   PASTEURIZED MltK
fast to th�� jj-jint where the southerly depots .or TORONTO ��    ���    : -. damage-, $ w
ioonJary  o!  lot  ..5,  gi-oup two   (-) j   l_e*. vs. Mallna, Cnilth... i
Intersects  the before mentioned  19th      ..'.-���>    York,    May    19.���Plan,  were
parallel of north latitude; $es foUoff- p.  here  yesterday  to establish  W
_ Co. An
action by J. A   1*-.- cl-ilmlnR Aamacei
for  alleged   wrongful   disposHt-Bbiuii  ol
a system of milk d-pcxj  the UuiKjnt block
I*am_: vs. CheaJe.      Action to Ps-
cover posseeslon <>' certain property
Nelmes   es,   MarsiMii.      Ac;l":i   to
ipedQc    p'Tforuuinc-   o[     an
'of th.-  hospital    for sick chlldK-n  in 'agr.-emtnt.
.Toronto, iB the donor of the new s>s-!    McDonald vs   V    V   _. i
lng the said Boutherly boundary ol lot IJJ^X' free  ���:.-        vvn   ot   ,-������.-,:
505,  group two   (2),  to the roint  of jz<d  mj|K  .,mlia:- to  the 8trauas  b_
commencement, containing by estima- heaus In this city       J   Ross  Hobert-
tion two   nundred    and   forty acres I *>n, chairman of tbe board ot tru iv'.'!".
more or l<_s.
Dated at white Rock. R. '". viis,..,In  ,,ir ^jg jlty_    aithouiTh  Nathan | yesterday
'.'2nd  d;iy of February, 1909, Strausi will -end an experl from h<T'- j
to put  it ui  working ordi r
HENRY
THRIFT.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
���-WED MESSENGER AND
ROB  EXPRESS  CAR
Take notice tbat the undersigned
intends to apply to tne bon. the commissioner of lands for pt rn I .n to
li .i . the undermentioned lan .s In
New Wvstn inster district:
i omm. nclcg  at a point v.
.er-tlon line  | pro! n edi  r-unn n
and  west between sections seven  (7)
Grand Trunk Ry-
���vr.-i'i   Oa.,   May     111 ��� l'.-nsseiiKi-r
traln No   17 on tbe Bouthen- Railway
was boarded by two rdbberi at  War-
renville last   iilght,   who entered  'be
.zpresfl car, an.l niter knocking Mes-
���   g,:   iu ton   sen Bleae,    ransacked
the the car      The baadi_,secured  only
,,     |200 in money and after throwing tba
unconscious measenger into an empty
express chest, made th'-lr escap.- lrom
and eighteen (IS), intersects the Wesi    .|w. tiain.
erly boundary of lot 505, group two
(2), New Westminster district; thence 1
westerly 100 feet, thence southerly and
easterly parallel to me westerly and
southerly boundary of the said lot
505 to the centre line (prolonged) running north and south tnorugb section *
eight (8), township ode ID, New
Westminster district; thence south
150 fe.-t, thence easterly parallel with
tie said southerly boundary of the
.aid lot 505 to a point immediately
south of the point -wnere the centre
line (prolonged) running east or We.t
through section ten (10), Intersects
high-water mark; thence north along
the Westerly boundary of said lot 505
to the point where said centre rthe Of
section ten (10) Intersects high-water
mark; thence westerly and northerly
along the southerly and westerly
boundary line of said lot 506 to the
pelnt of beginning, containing by estl
matfon <10 acres more or less.
Dater at White Rock, B. C, February 23, 1909. E. W. LEESOX.
HENRY T  THRIFT, A_*eot
FINISH  SURVEYS FOR
THOUSAND  COKE   OVENS
Fernie, May  19    Burveying tor an
additional tboueand <-oke ovens f"r tbe
''row's   \i-a-   I'uss   Coal  Company   haa
��� ��� en ��� impi ited, and it is int< n l< i '������
��� ' viililini: them a-s K>on at i>ohhi
ble,   sn     as   10   have     Ihern   ready   lor
��� ��� ��� tlon tbe Ial tei pu I of I bl j+tx
Much development work ha- boen g<v
Ing on ai the mine, h> r.- especially
No* i ,-ukI l'. Ii l;, expected to gel ���
large output f. .m ibese i��.i min.-H
rei -.   shortly.
CMAOIJIN
p/tcinc
VIA THK
B. C. Coast SS.
Victoria Day
Excursions
Rail Lines.
One Fare nod One-Quarter
for the Round Trip.
Between Vancouver ��� Victoria
and     Victoria-Seattle,    \ an
couver ��� Nanaimo  Nanaimo
Unlon-Comox, i';,;w    Ifragtii
Rive,   Route
One Fare and One-Third
for the Round Trip,
INCL-DINQ
All Branch Line Poioti.
From May 22 to 24 indunve.
From May _2 If Tl inclOiivr
All tlcktU  good 'or  r_urn  up  to  M.y  28lh.
Tickets on __le at all Canaduin  Pacific  Office..
For further partjoeifrfl cat) 9�� Or writ�� tp-
.1. Mok i'i;.   i . ket  \i-ent,      c  \in.i.Aim l>�����;���*.t Ticket 4cent,
i ��� HuHtiiiK. st Vancouver, 11 0
.-   li  FOSTER   \   Q   P  A . Vani 'tiv. :     ii   c
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PLr.l..VLVr.SU SMITH) GUI
UKLF Af-THKAlll. I.U
JOSEPH   MAYERS
HurrfM.r   10
M.yrrt A Prtit-n
Offlc,  Frent  81.,  Foot cl I rt*
P. O. Box 345. Phcne �����
Crystal Theatre
Great Fire at UHle.
Lille, Friiiir-e, May in Extensive
dock, and warebOMQ here wen- de.
Btreyed by flre las: nlghi On- man
Has killixl and the loss I. estimated
ai close to $1,560,000.
SPRING
LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
MEATS
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toro_*&, Central Meat Market
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
AT THI
Corner Eighth St. aoe   fifth Arenas
And all the principal business cent.-rH of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falla.
Kor Tiro" Table-, life., address
GEO. VV. VALiX,
AMsii-nnt Gen'l Passenger and Ticki-t I
A(.ent, l'_- Adams St.. Chicago. III.
phon* tra
HOWELL A ODDV. Preprieiara.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mamuaetmete md Dnmsere in AS Kmm   ml\
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Moulding*,   Saeh,   Doort,
Interior Finish,    I urned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxee.
'   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
*m.*4
THE
MAGICAL
lOomli
TRAMP
SUNNY   MADEIRA
CLOSED ON  SUNDAY
(('..mu   '
THE MAN AND THE W  VA_S
BEAR HUNTING.
WEDDi*-'-
NO BEARD OR NO
i.e.,.i '
llliiblr.iV <l   8
LIKE I HAD SOME ttHtt
Mu -it-, by ii"- Crysui ���
Matinees 2 lo '���>���
Adml..ion 10c.
MANAdBR.  ���'
Evening 7 P-',,���
Children.  5��-
M   GOUVTVti
Edison
Anlmsted
Theatre
llluttretf
picture.     ��nd
Song*.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program   ohiu>l��- .^J.7',
tor ladl.-. and chiwran
2:.10 p. m.
itim
THI
Is
HOME
����" Ho,ne 11
Ths    Dally    N.wv
m e  ^'ek
p  A  P E
A" THL'��5D
AY  MAY 20. 1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAOF:  n_V_9N.
^  MUM9- di"y-      >'
f-PP
of f- '
���
.T_.     ^
(eat Market  -
SPANISH NAVY MAY
BE BOUGHT BY BRITAIN
*MF/
Ifhone
192
Mi; .t ...Ml _ AM.I.HMi\
Columbia St.
_*��������������������� **
LAWN GRASS SEED
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE  i7.
MKMHtltf tfftftfttf 11.1IIHIIMMMMMIM
CHINA
> 4i kintfa���. ii.*--: t Pi ine,
��ta mor*, but Hon'   ,_  _��� .   ���
-.,., ���    .-  rrajid* to plr����e   " .  or- Its l'��d��;
.   title  md  the   good*  Jr.   .ill   - _ra gr__.
England Ha_*Optk>n on Fleet
to Be Built in Spain For
Def<    eol Spain.
,i Tie   decision   oi
menl to ��������� niUd the
Ol  ��l" ,..e.,.>.)..
.-.    .     ,i    vl IW    :'.
.  ipon v.- ��� ��� a,
.   ,: esoourag-
_ sbipbulld-
���
1  ���  d cl ��� , nr import-
���-      " ii,.. conueet
tbe Bn*
re a i    an
until tie-;,   arf-
: ng the 'eel
lilt in   .-.vnlsli
In ..Vi -r
Iln.   natal  n-
and tier-
v. ���     it et
���
-   ���
-,.,- Ixo
I LOO :
ng porta.
��� eni
whereby
docl    -1 a'.le
',!   I.,.
In tbe
V I ���
British
: .     .
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
:.  ,i ', TS  FOR  PICKARDS  H*SD PM��.TF.D CH'NA.
������������������ eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeefceeeeeee
i
e
HA1UA6- Of YOUNG UD
IS A FACTOR FOR PEACE
Electric Railway Service
 . ��� ���___________________________________
--.    .-f_��-    LII...
I I ���
.,  r   *ad
���       r .n   crory
M   ��- m
I   m.
WAX
.   ,   V.nrouter  ��t
te    dopot    mr;
.   ;..r botb ^*;>
i.  Ltmiti om th~
C'ty   Line;   CStl   bnvfl   tram
nttirt. on th.  hoar, twenty mln
tfter,   ��n.   forty    mln Ite.
xm-nrit-g tt l:N S  nn
Sipperion    L-n.:    OefS    l.-ave
B(  ten  n lasts, .tier the hour.
h-l? | -*���* Bad f.ftr m'.aotaa after
heel   r-min -flni  ��t  6.so
a m.
Sund.y ier. _e half-botthybe
����������� , a I Ma ni. .nd U. p. m.
Grandson of Menelik Wed, Seven year
o d   Granddaughter   of   Emperor
John���Aby����,ni_  Rejoices,
ORDINARY paints very soon discolor and fade. ML Pun-
Paints withstand sun and weather
and stay bright, because ML Pun-
Paints, besides pure lead, pure /inc
and pure oil, contain a special
ingredient that makes them last
about twice as long... and better
protect any surface they cover,
indoors or out. Other makers
haven't found out yet just how to
use that ingredient in the right
quantity and the right way. If you
buy paint for real service ... real
economy ... real money's worth
then buy
ML
Pure  Paints
THE KIND IT PAYS TO USE
MADE   fcY
The   Imperial   Varnish   6   Color   Co.,
Limited,  of   Toronto
am ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS AGO
ML
Pure
Paint
Made ia ttrry desirable
color and (or every at.
paint can j.r.e, are ___r-
anrted to covr-r is wpII a-.d
satisfy a, wholly ai any
paint _��_d in the world. The
ri-liable itore namird hut
.ell, thr,. paints io any
standard qaaatit.. and mil
r.sdilv inform ,,,u apnn any
p.intinf qn��s''i,n. Sre them
before wn. b-ymarh or little
paint (or aoy parpuie
Anderson & lusby
Agents for
New  Westminster
And  D.stnct.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ud ���
���K��������eaeeeeeeeeeee��eeee��eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee^
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern Improvements, and ^ix lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue,
Price $8008, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
A'ldls Abate. Xby.Hinia,   __Lay IK ���
P   ice IJ.!' ..*___, tli.  thirteen rear-
��.|ol<i   . of   Kiry-   Meo��-li-    WM
���.<_:. :V.-ij   -jiKilcly  -,,rjclalm��*l heir to
'.),.���  .\-,.--��� niiil, tliroti��- in ihi-  i-r.-s-n-f
of man.  ehiets ;ia! M,  soldiers.
e-in.-,. I.i'i. j��>a��.ii era*, married two
_C0  ;o  ITinnns.  Bomanie,  the
. ������-,,-��.,U1 (.ran.!-augliu-r   ol    >toe
late Emperor John, and oieoe <>f Bn_
Kl'ou       Tiv    niarn,i_,   Waa ��� '.'���-
i ��� :  as Of great tmpor.ancf |
It u~!.��-d tbe two dynasties,
��;.d th,. *u'>'��r>rt ot jiwrfiil rl,let.
Oi  *.'*��� !���*,��� natlv,- ��:a"ai-. in  Africa
��     _ an- today Independent   Moroooa
\     --.ilia, th- Isi-er 15 lee most
-  v .fui       fa. nian;  ytKtn the .'.vi
��� ��� sorereigo "' A .     -..-��� bea tn-*^>
wad  li>  a <-ivil  war an.l  iinanfiy.
���1     1841 no lorereiso ,v; Om oW
line bas r<o<*iii,i, _   th.   throw.
���   -.r��seni  ruler, however,
lineage,   as '- also hi.
iv,- >>>un(_ i.nnri'      it 1- ..!
uch    l-iportanc t�� tti��-    Bu  ipeea
Whose    tenitarti        rrouna
1 thai :i siaBle to-reimm at ".
. j.: ��� _ ta     ''. -Meptie.
DETECTIVES  TRY  TO  FIND
CHINK SMUGLING AGENCY
i'ies  there  have  found  it  -difficult  to
pet track of the eta&tee celestial.
Kin*      :.   May  1..���An ltiinugrauon
dtetectln  ��a�� here todaj from Odgens-
[Wttri, S V . making inquiri.. in C'tu-
n-��.r He wanted to fin! out if
there  *;..- an agency in Kingston ten
|amnggl_*.g Chlnaa>en acroe_ the o��r*
der.    11  has come to thp ears 0. the
Tnlt<_ Svatea lmmlgrat_o_ authorities
at Odi-'-v.sliurg tliat '-her.- Is such an
agenc    here.
Th- rtaltor did not get much tntor-
tnatlon, for Chinamen ar<e not civ.-n
to talk about th��^r private aSalta.
Th.-r ���-- eeo unu-ually large num-
b��TR ' Cbineaa abool here of late, and
thl. may haw been accountable lor
t.... *us.ilclons. There has t*_n ipOle
a lot of CTilnnafi smuggling In th* vicinity of Odpensburg, hikI the autnnr-
RESENT SPYING BY
RAILWAY SPOTTERS
Toronto, Nfay 19.���Kesenting tne
manner in Which the Toronto Hailway
camvany ha�� bevn throwing spotteTg
out all over the .system, and feeling
that while they are In unll-rm Ibe;
are under suspicion, there, has been a
general resignation of street raiiway
etnployees. mostly conductors, during
th*. last mnnth.
According 'o the business agent of
the union, Jo.-arph Gibbons, considerably over fifty handed In their badg��e
\M mnnth. many of them men who
had been with the company ten years
or more The trouble seems to b.
wlth 'he -""jotter?.
BY  AUCTION.
Big Und sale in City of New Wait-
minbter. on Friday, May 28, l��0��,
consisting of upward of 116 f'lU-siwd
lots.- situated on tbe new B   C   K. R.
jCo. cutoff line overlooking tho t*rulf
Borderine or, tha city limits hetween
Tenth avena-- Westminster, and Second avenue. Burnaby. Full particulars and plans will appear ln a day or
lap,
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
123  Front  St..  Opposite  Market,  New
Westminster.    Phone 489.
snd  1260  Granville  St, Vancouver.
PMOINE
���i..l Want Ads to Tin: DAILY NEWS, the
Ly-read paper in New Westminster. Phone X
A-
LENA   DUTHIE.
i i-  easy   thing to be     I
-   :���-���   th- "yentea, ex-
an 1    Irish noat
master 10
I ible  ttUa,      uaoa
i��. . . . rti   soprano ol
sung  tba
���*>r._- ,���:  1 ��� ; rn,! in aimoei
, ,. Th.- preas
:,:; I   pu l.-.l   th.'ir  BO.
cer����i urlb       ��� open "er.
Man-     ��� ��� '   ��������� proved
'.'.,.      I irg��*st
aodltorton     : mi w n"'ir
utmost 1 .pad 1 ���
11. ,  nu-net v    ��� -i
profession    Im r --' eekms
>  ��� ������        ,,n 1 poe ���    ' >ral In-;
.--.,.������ ���       moat
1:1.1 i;i.-��� i- . - ' I eft   ���
profound    li"
Bhe baa tea
In tbe professional woi
u -.     . ���  '
��� i        1 lit. her
There is every proapei t ot
��� oe wbee *his famon
,    rs 11 -us.  on 1 ���
evi ning
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Av
I    J. H. TODD^S    I
Big Music House
' imation as to eontTftCte, consult the advor- ���
.; -; in. A 'phone call will bring him to your e
{ place of business. }
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Special Bargain
Fh'-iiitii-,' box beautiful aaaie Ue*��
hiilsh paper In either of two s aee, an.l
live paokasea envolopea to maloh, r.-g
ulur price $'.��>�����. this wook only
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
-00
J. J. MacKay 6. Co.
Sellers
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
*HU*****+i++++++++++++++++++++++	
Pianos
Organs   ^; V
Seeing Macnines
Talking Macnines
V
2$
!$jp&
*sj��-
n" (s* 100
fll-
>^*��l-<. _'
4A
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42
DOUBLE
LENGTH
R, R, CARS
peopleV
350 HORSES
MUSEUM
Double Menagerie
Real Roman Hi
Scores oi Trained Wild Beasts
Prattf EDNA MARETT
Jhs Oi.ljr U��dv in ih�� Entir. World who throw. ,
_>OM_R- At I I'S on lhe Nuked Back of
��� Swiftly Running Horse.
.22 Famous Equestrians
18 Daring Aerialists
23 Merry Clowns
-riar auvrww>
,.!
Le Fleur 7^��"^
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Hippodromr
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OUR STORE WILL CLOSE FROM 12
NOON TODAY FOR THE LACROSSE
QAME.
^i5^
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.       i
I
Theo. f��. Young, Prop.
Thunilariiie Roman Chariot Ricis
1E4_ii__L SEALS _ SEA LIONS
A COMPLETE JAPANESE CIRCUS
9 SENSATIONAL EQUILIBRISTS
nil Lid? JapiBisi Artists in America
20 Astonishing Acrobat*
HIGHEST JUMPING HORSES
HERDSrfPERFORMIM ELEPHANT
CAMELS, LLAMAS AND BOS INDICUS
CAKE WALKING HORSES
TRAINED IMPORTED ARABIAN STALLIONS
tO Lovely Ladies of Faultless Form in Classic
Poses on ��� Great Revolving Pedestal.
11 Arabian Tumblers
Celebrated
.irk (10) Famil
Ir-irie.'i lrul.ii Cyclist, mi l��ll.r Sksl
IO Reckless Rough Riders
fl SHETLAND PONY BALLET
Ite Picards
Aenali.t. Supreme
7 Russian
Cossacks
SUPERB/
liARLAND.
ENTRE
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE   DAI Li.   l.KWS.
THURBDAf, MAY
20.
Rubber, Cotton,
and Wire Wound
HOSE
IN   SEVERAL   DIFFER
ENT   GRADES.
CALIFORNIA OFFERS
TRIP TO LACROSSE BOYS
���
  ���
  ���
���
OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND *
YOU MAY BE SURE TO GET ��
THE   RIGHT THING.
WE  CUT  RUBBER  HOSE  IN
Victor.-  SUckhandlers     Notified   Boys
From  Sunny   State  Are  Coming
to Tour B. C.
y +
m
We handle thefinest f
Crockery,   China
and Glassware and
at prices that fairly
astonish buyers by
their littleness. Ask
our  customers   if
this is not so. What
would you think of
purchasing   Glassware and Crockery
at practically cost?
Well, that is our
price.    Our wares
are dainty, up-to-
date    and   price-
pleasing.  One purchase will be sufficient to prove the
truth of our words.
Another shipment;
of New Glassware1
i
Justin.   Come and
see.
LENGTHS
CHASERS.
TO  SUIT  PUR
Anderson & Lusby J
COLUMBIA STREET.    *
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
\: ;:��� proi Incial > apital on vi, i
Day,   May  m. (tie  Dm   g&me  ol
v.... i   Amateur  L.ni.,
ition   ��iil   be   playe I   betwi i a
.      OOUVei    M.1,.1,    l_i-.il>   un,l   lh,.   \ :,
.i      ... . . I'll*-   mal iln-      in
trlili-ii is now  Hi,- set-tor uiv
,, ������ ue ut tiie proi uu-.-, ar,   , <
,-.l  io lie more even and <���.-
i..ii iii.ui wi u- iu,  senior gai
���   ;>.i i  tent   j .-.us,  when ei
.   weni  Weatmlneterwa
rii,. local flu . in this league will a
a game till Jim,- _i. wh i, v.
Maple l.i-iii   play bere,
i iu- California Lai ro ise .t  ������'< 11
written   to   Victoria    ;-- >.:t i-<i 11. .
sending ol a team fronl i ii,. so
:., toaki  a tour ol id   it   .   cities l!l
.-. ,.-.. mber.     They offer to guaraai .
tin  , _pi :i es ..f a r.-i i; ii trip i��m iv
Victoria player, to the Portola i
ral, * .i.-ii �� ll bs held in s.iu Kraii
oc In Oi rn > :   s ben arraagi n
can i���  made for three Kami ���
Lacrosse Sticks
McBREARTY'S
LALLY'S 190..
1909.
CROQUET  SETS, $2.00  UP.
BASEBALL   GOODS.   ETC.
ALL NEW GOODS.
AT
MOREY'S
665 Columbia Str.--    .
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B. C
BOWLING
U 111
The following ar.- v.   soon    mad.
j   :_,��� W   1   Ki 11   Ltd   t.-ain In theti
Brsi   match  game   against   the   very
��� rong Terminal team of  Vanoouvi
They ina,!,- ��� v,-r> creditable showing
and  wiih a little mo ���   ,   ictia
make them all go the limit
\V  .1  KERR, LTD
l.     :.
Johndro 176    188    174
S....in    14n    189    186
VMontrlth 147    l'.'l     UI
Latham   ... ll.',    191     17.
Carve. 170    107    liis
Totals 756    Bl]    941
VANCOUVER TKKMINAI.S
Alberts  .
Hockley
S.'i.iw   . .
Bonwlek
l
817
.IM
178
.171
Crist 188
190
I.M
159
1.4
1*6
:s
IS.
170
.11
1.4
17-
lot.
-
IS
4 7'J
1* ���
41..
.11..
1 - t
MM
161
1- .
Totals
���a* I    880    Ml
LOCAL NOTES.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR BALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, N.w We.tmln.ter
a meeting of the propertj own,:.-.   :
./.mrxidH, Humaby, will b.  held In tbt
Municipal hall on Friday at 7:30 pn
to discuss the wai.-r scheme recaoti
brought before th.- council    Th�� m.
tng wh. call,-.! for toniKht. t,-.i- owing
j to si-vf-ral iir.min.-nt promtOrS of tbi
scheme being unable to attend, li .b
postponed   untlj  th.   folk.wins  eras
,'np.
A uoeUiig of th,- Burnaby municipal
council was bald In tb Municipal bai
I Burnaby, yesterday afternoon when
lii(. franchise fur n, new li C E R
Ijiu- .'hi'oufc'i. the lak-- ,!l.-*ric: m.*.. u.��-
.lU-.-i-.l.    All ..;������ W  :-..    n ,,;    >,,_. .  ...
ci J ��'��''�� 'n tavdr ot the fraoch  .  ' ���-���
lnp granted to v.'   i 0 .. WHIl Uie
excnitio^of   iho  r--    ^   ,,.    . ������
..; ��,a_..s ..... bylaw on thn ground I al
the oompany bas omitted to tarnish
the i'lans of tin, proposed i >uti .in<i
th�� matter wa. postponed until aa
ariy date-
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS. Prop.
Houses Painted
In Artistic Colors.
WALL  PAPER, PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
.1,0
. ���>���
'/   Mih    Sin-
_ f roui .if
Ospltal,   win,   ; re-
Doane, Bailey & McKay
Agent* Vancouver Vacuum (*erpet
Cleaner,
Front   6t., Dominien   Tru.t   Building.
Cunninj'
II road
Mi
r U+O+j+'J+U+rJ+0O+rJ+0+0+O+0+ o*o��c^o*o^o��oo��o��o��o*o*o*o
Blouses
in new and stylish designs, lonp; or
short sleeve:.     Prices to suit all
purses.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
$O��0t>090��O��0��00��0��O��O��O*--<0*0��2#0#0��O*00#0^0K)��0*0#S
At   iii��>   monthly   meeting ��.t
ai l <>f manager. ,,i utc i< jTttl
lumblan bospltal yea ��� r I.
i  air, �� bo lias Kritduai
\-.ir court,.���  ai   ll.e   '
'. : ���*�����,��� 'l'".oU,a am pin
_,,.,ri. . wa. . tmed
hmu-.,   and   lh(. v|s;(1I1- ,,,.Ii:... ,.
"' \. cr.-nt)i appointed: Jan 11
-_m.     II    T    Kirk    and     Mr..
Th,- laiiy superintendent, 111m
'In, presented ber Banal monthly
.*pon. which .bowed 'hat the boephaj
t| stlJJ oi*i-rcrow.|'. I   with patta-l
On .rida, attemoOO tlie fun, al
will tak.- plaoe from .M.m h;,-'., uinl.-r
takin�� parlors t,, the Church o_ Ung-
land cemetery, .,f Kincald Lee, tbe
young Englishmen who dropped dead
trom bean faii.u,. I,- y ids. .i the -I
Great Northern di poi m White Rock.
The u.ui iai baa been delayed In " '���
to oomnranli sts * iv, dei sa ed'i   ��� i��-
llve. who er. In India. Ins ' .' ���
Ing an offlner In the BSng I - ai my
'i l.- an ingi ment ... ��� are '���' "��� ��� "v
ducted :,'��� Mr Oraham ol Vancouver,
a fri<-rn! nt the deceased in rien oi
ll ��� infortunate man being ���., ��� ran i r
in thi. conoti ������. ESng lehmen an a d
'o !,.. present ai tbe obeequfc
The slatemem made yesterday ��n
thl lUthorlty of a ii...iiil,��r of the H.
T. of t., '...i ome car wlndowi bad
;,., n broken during tbe ratorn Jonmny
fn,in Vancouver on Tuesday olgnt,
proves "i b. incorrect     No damage
of an ���   Kind  wa.   don,, to Hie < i
Lever Brother., Toronto, wBl lead you
ree   ,  i  ...   ,,i   their  famous  I'lani
toilei    nap. if ;.-, ii mention this j/ai_r.
++++++*****+++++++++++++++++++4
Snap For a Few Days
House and four lots, Third Avenue,
Burnaby, double corner, only five
minutes to ear line; $500 cash.
Terms.
*1150
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
1909,
Holiday
Offerings
from the Ready-to-Wear Department
Many money-saving opportunities have been ade
ready for this week's shoppers. Every department
is represented in the special list of bargain offerings.
New lines of Summer Goods have just been added to
our already large stock. This store can serve you
satisfactorily in every way.    Note this week's list.
Watch for further news.
White Blouses
$1.75 Each
i��nv .f it,- moil op.ft-tun-* walal
,.ff-rln��;n thla ��.m~on. IM white niu��-
iin bJoaaen with prettj ratbratdeo
fruniH, mi-c trlnuMd *:tf. rates
. i>-ni. ���_  iac��-.    Ih-Sequansi   tt++f*m;
..'!.-r. ha.-��- InnK 'uck'M  hI,n,ti.�� ^olnt
i-d at the ruff       In  :IiIb ��jr-<lal   ���
a   line of  tailored    wuint.,  button  in
fn-nt.   k'liK   sleeves    iuvi   with   nnen
.ollar       All  Bites     Each       ,        tt7i
Udies' Shirt Waist
Suits $4.50 to $15
Each
A ���;���������������,:. I .inkonra*:,: >,( ��:..������
���ii.n k aad white, hah. Mas tea *nu
navy, in snail ohs. k- stripes and
dotted ������-���- is K-r��ry ��ui- .. rut in
:..-rf.-. ��� :,. ;,,.:.,-e it) Is ffaieh i
tire-; ..ia-. m every reep.el Boae �����
iho nio.t att rat" >'����� ��uli. ai-. p Ida
iiva BMtt-i J.\.'.V'1, tltMtdd ���***
imbrotdery ari.t laoe; otbwg aa- ,n
Bne Qnallt)    v.-ntinK   or linen      li
othor t^.imlar ��ult la mud.. Of n..*  MU
. cotton poptta     Many stylei i-
��� -������ from  hu:  ch'K, r   qulcklv       AH
t-.irl,.   ...    .       M.SO   to   |15.0O
Ladies' and
Children's Parasols
Shirt Waists and
Undergarments
$1 Each
I..,*' weak*, offering al thfc spaclaJ
j,rl.-<. proved otie of th. moel popolai
yet  put  for:h  In  the r,*l) io��..'i- k--��
i -on        W,.   have   turned     around   UW
vx-k on the ihelvas and pal oni many
more odds and end-, and "���** up-t��
date arrival thai bid Wi to scUpe*
i,imi waek ��� li aranc. n.t m,\< k
s \ n-iiiv wn BLACK s\1 i-;KN I N-
DBRSKIR18 embn di ���. aad laoe
trimmed ��hite underskirts; ICngiisn
i-rin- .11 twaisl ��� and w hits lawn
es in an xi-'-n and i great v^'
Ina      S|**< Ial ���  pi ������ ���   ai
t'OO
WINDSOR  TIES.
.���   nen d. Igni and eolortngi
25c  to 50c.
I    .
FOUR IN HAND   SILK   TIES.
35c  each,  3  for H-00
I'fn.   corded   ""k   "ch.   2   inch,-.,     )n
��nn.
dmai
width. In plain c-lorH. .urh im
brown, grey, navy RP^-n, car
i.la.-k. et.-, Btritabu for gentler .
larll.H "������    -'-���           -       -*"'������   ��
Ollr   ��|)..rlol   price,   ep
an,.ifto
>'���    j . il:  II  there  >s i nl ���
��� ���   ���    ��� '     inshadi
��� ���   .    t Bl C      We have g)
i r+,\ ���),��� n from maanta i ������ ���   la Baj
land and I . s
.     . .'I       thl.      W'��   k    '
log
AT   I' _S   EACH
'.,:.      tancj    < otored    pai ������
neat patterns  mads with aatu al *'
haadh        :    -'.       !*������,.���,,,-
0  ��� 1H����� ������  from.   a.l  OMOTS
AT   |_.00   r^QU
TV*   : ..:, P^     .,-.....
_^U  plain rftV.       .,
W^iT4  EMBROlDfRkO  PARA90LV
X Vr��*it   varl��-;>  ot  Unn.  .,:. 1  !'  >���
.��� :>.,!,. covered pns*eofg on :.<>n ni-'
at/l-  trenir   vrtile li   �� ,   ..   the  ����������,���;   IO
be iraahed wttbmi rwaoviag from lbs
'���.iii..v Nufiral      ��t��>:      all.I      '   :
aod-M      BM- $1 35 to ft.so.
CHILDREN'S COLORED PARASOLS
E.ch 2Sc. 3!k, !rOc .nd 75c.
ciiii.iuuin s ALL HH.K  PARASOLS
Neatly   trimin.-i   ��Hh  frills   __* ��
haadlee       F._h $1.35 and BIT'S
Summer Fabric
Gloves
AI i  th*  popular, wanted  li ndi found ^
her..        , j
l.M.IKS-    LUSTRE      <���!>"
:.i. k. tan, grey, wbiti       -   .
,,i.,in u��.le or sands Bnlsh      jk,,���. �����.
tenern,   fan<'>     ��� Itchi I    g., k     . \-
.lllinlil,    In   Wl N1 ' Af   qualli ���
i h<H,h, from  pm i'-"'- , ,      ji.e I   '
Laoibb  an-li  t-i'/iviH   _
brown, P+f, Dttck. ��* ream and ��!"''
pnr pair, _0c to II '&.
. HII.I'UKN'S     |,i..l.f.   QI-OV1
ibori or ,""��" I'nivhv pei pa>r, ��c  <
bOt.
NEW TJUTCH   WASH COLLARS.
A as-w H.lec.lon    of    the-- pgvotoi
-n.ib   .-..liars   -III   l>��   fi'uiM   rn."
'u-ucllve
l-ait-h.
_5c   <o 6tK
W. S. COLUSTER & CO.
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THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK.

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