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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
W"vlI  WESTMINSTER,  B. C. _
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Colum.ia  St.    Phone 85.
NEW WESTMINSTER
('    TII. BSDAY   MORN IV,.   Jl'
1'JO'J.
FIVE CENTS 1'ER COPY.
0Sj_m Impmmiask
fOR SUMMER HOLIDAY   10 TO 121-2 A FISH
f promotions in Gradesi Canners Meet in Vancouver
Dgults Show Progress     Tomorrow lu Discuss .Salmon Price,
of PupilB. ( 	
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Soottls i   pl.
di-pot al '��� am
Ollvei
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ui    ihei	
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have  ni
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city .    Despite  i umora   thai
,,,u.,,i   bei i,  in  circulation  ib. _
,.,_  ,���.   in.mi tot   'lv season,  whit* op. .,
various classrooms.)^   ta   no|  yn  bet.u  ,Uu,
W'
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^^Jln the
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lions
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mong
.,_,.,,, prlncl
BCbOOl.
CIRLS'  SCHOOL.
.  Grade  IMI
Uv      S.-lil,,:
I,,,-,-,    i- shsi
Ivors' FM-..   a Bsb  tor July, und   10c a fish after
** -������     Isabel  "-at.     The secretary ol the Japanese
��� I ,,.,,-,.,.,, ,  association   has   notified   -.lie  canners
: uon
,i vaughan
Ore    Hall
\l_n  Ida ' H-.'.'-.."..a_"���--|
-
^ '    '    ,     day,   i. ���     i' :   yei   been   axe i        i
".���;,"....- .__���� *.... u e. ���..-., m v
1 '"        ' couver  tomorrow, and  n  I    pro   -
TJ,     Th       -     ':-      ;'''  ' ' , ','" thai  tho)   will  then  decide j.
'* rff   "".'. tbe,  are willing to pa)  tor uheii  :.   i
resigns ion  or    n*ui} ^ QoUfj   (|i. ll.Mll, ,,llll .,,.,.���,.
e ii,,.    Japanese    fishermen  bi >.   al
ready   hand ,i  their   ultimatum   in  to
the cannere, and the declsio i ol  v-i
Orientals  will  no doubi   play an  Im
m   pari   in  ih,-  d. I   ���  ation
morrow.      The Japan.   -   l I ihei men
bne.   Association   bas  offlclail)    announced
l{,lt:i'  thnt  the)   are  willing  to  lake  12  1-2
��� ��� ��� e e e ���
��� e ��� ���
*4**4***444   4   4   4
DOMINION     DAY   ATTRACTIONS.
I'irt   Me  I ... -
stmin   ��� ��� ion.      Train leaves ''   P.
gi        ;.vnie at Black!    Spi
Rifle Richmond  range, al 9 a.m.
Trap shootn t al Rich- n d, at 10 a.m.
Baseba      V ncouv. Tacoma, Recreation park, al 10:30 am
Cricket    WeBtmln   >��� Burrard         Queen's   park,  at   10 30
I. ui-,.- e. Vane. .    '          inster,    s. nior,    Recr.   tl  n
park   at  3 p.m,
eball   Vanoouv. Vu,ii,t  North Vancouver, al 3  10 p.m
- land   \: inj at Opera  House, 2 v    7   0 and
9:00 p.m.
Moving   j.' v  .     -mi  Theatres.
I   \ nu   Billy  Laud ��� !   L imbard
ship   -North  Vanco iv. - p tn.
Igihtweight chin.
e e e e e
SHARtnOLDERS ARE
STILL IN DEMAND
PRESENTATIONS 10   ���
POPULAR PRINCIPAL
Royal City Navigation Co. Miss Rogers Receives Tangi-
is Organizing ��� Manager     ble Proof of General Ap-
Whitmore to Retire. preeiation as Teacher.
��� ����������������� e e e eeeeeeeeeeee e e e eeeee
Royal    Cit)   .*..,..-. _,,   ���, gignati.      I  M      Rogers for
Comj ui..   bas  mad., considera   ���   the pasi twen y-two s i  mpl)
.    o      d tits object, i .���-���-.   ,          Central uch. this
ol  .i new  steamboat  on the.was not
COP- ARE DONATED
FOR LIVE STUCK JUDGING
WISHES TO CONSTRUCT
I   GREAT BUSINESS BLOCK
^^^^^^^^      city
permltted  ;,   |���.        ��� 3terday
���
..;,.:._   v.ii.n    be  popular  man   trustees, __�� staff,
:..  i draw-bask  to  I
gress  was    threat    ed at-a  meeting
,���-,...    wniviiii,.   that this flgure Is  flnal   avi  tha    no
^^b-r.^rlejaUemionwil^cousiden
Fulton   Ida St (made   no  definite   move.      individual
New   Attraction   for   Breeders   at   Pro
vincial   Exhibition���Tubercule
Test   Accepted
Council   Will   Consider a   Third   Propo
si'ion  for   Erection  of  Building  on
Lytton   Sauare.
and   pu;,,
���   ,- -.       bad  ,,.   ,,  :������ .-
and    teachers   together
wall  a   in   visitors,  garnered  in  the
.mu    uv asion  wsb
4 uaudsome sterling
to Miss Rogers, wiiii
meeting ot ;_,.��� Board of Control ol the K A and I society, held
yesterday,   it   wa*   decided   Ui     cce-
.    n       uli.
.   ,   u-,���- k,.-.,...    ,.,.<- ia.st!fi"hprn,en   have announced  that  'h.y |'the offe; of th    u. c. Live stock as- mefcths, one fi im a man _
^ff l                                       will look .or 16c a flab, bul ap to th.                                            ^  anothe,    n  Sea tie,  an.l  uo*     ,
1 iv ������               ,.      ,.    ,    ,M|M present the white fishermen s associs third  wlll     ��� put  forward  by   a  man
Prom   ���         T^      ^   cj^ior I tlon has made no declaration on tin men and the oth.    foi      ,*   *���''-" v.ll0 .,..1].. ,,������. lhe Sound n.wv-
M. 8. Hom    --vii.v, do ine ^''       subiiV_ provincial   exhibition   lor   Btook  judg-  ���������  lfJ ln .,   .���.,...   financial , dlt.on
Grade:   Jeai    I  .ruin,     as     ,    ���             Those   who  ar..   in   touch   with  all Ing.    R   W.   Hodson, live  stocs com- ,n<lI1   has   predecessors   to   carry   out
Elsie McWklnni.    Cora v- rf nan   in.- M^ ^ t(|(   questt0D  _..,,,. Iha.  ,.   ,. uussioner,  conveyed   m,   Information. ^ intentions.
*       "    Kv'"1      '      '_    extremely   Improbable   that   the   can ihey also accepted an offer to conduct I    A!It.r   a   conversation   with   Mayor
31 ��� ,-     l-      '    '             a, ,.   '   ' ''   tiers will be willing to go as high a a   tubercule contest  for cowa on  the K-av ot Monday to know if in.- coun-
!,,,...              a viciona wun����,    ^ ^ ()|(i ,jsh      T);f> llk���| lu���,_ ap grounds   tor demonstration   purposes, c_] ^ould entertain  the  proposal, the
''-��-   PoB*'               ' l'i>1""            "  ne&re to be thai  the offer of the Ja- and  also granted  the requesi   -    '.i mattei   was submitted to the council,
i''";;'"       '           paneae tor 12 l_c and 10c will be ac local Anti-Tuberculosij society  v, sell an.| |t llas been decided to meet him
two equal),                                          cepted badges on  the  ground,  thi   proceeds ^ ^ early datfe and diaucss the mai
''I,;;,,, ,,,.,":,    Extensive    preparations    are  being to be devoted to tbe Tranquille Sana- te
l"!' ���',   .  : '"s nun,- bv the ean-en for the coming torlum building fund.
Gradi louceith     Haran ^ -    ^ __    (    qm    qJ    ^ ..  [g      Mutter.*  which  were discussed  and
I-ee iwn, Annie Christine    Duncan,  ,._���_. __rw, a turv_ ���,,��� ,. PYtwctedvin regard io whicl, ,,o definite action
old companj. Robert Whlt-
inoi.-. in*    posi ,-  .
gro     I   that  thi               ..                 not .
_ in                                ...     tus, an i Central   _,.., ......
he .... :                  tie end ot his tetbei LahLn ;*' I
...   .   canvassing    o  obtain   suoscnp- ������*1'v.'1
���   ns      On ���:.,,-���   -    inds, and poll '*"   Illuminated    address    placing  uu
'ng out be musl    , n a living tor h.m- ^'-':J !'��� r s rvlcw. to n,    succe,  .
sen   in'd tamlly, be asked tor his '��� " Pas8,n-  tbrough he,- room lu
ignation to be accepted.      He had an u"   'asl   lu" a��*a��les.
.nr-.   for  another appointment, truatei    Irapj   presided,  and Tiii-
i.aving already   losl  one uv   the delay u''s Pecb.  ,v"- '' **��� L'""- ;"1'1   ''-"   ���
. .    .,-.,!  to the canvass of the cit) lvr  &Di  ",u   secretary,   Kev    Roberi
.,,,,, dig _*jct Lennie,  tog_ter  witn  inspector Stew-
A;:,i    considers    -    persuasion    be art,  and   li.   W.   Shiles.      \V   C.  Vvi-
ihJtcitv iii-H-il durine tiv last fifteej  was    id.ced to bold over Uv res gnu- tham   principal   ol   the    oya   Central
th_|ciu ooncil during the last ^ t anothe. meeting i ��= n, P. O. Cantleld. principal ot the
:,....   - .in '      -         ..  Held ,,n . -.,,- 1a'"j k,|vi" BCho01. and H   u- *���'-'"
that ��17,        m.v-          la, Kcnzie, principal    ol    the Sapperton
tin..       'ihi* i* the  minimum sum to school, and  members ol  the teaching
be raised before be boat can   be put s;aft- also attended.
I wo sepai,,',- schi mes to b iii |
ion square barve   ��� et 1 to
in  band
,   ' '' ""'      |.  ,,.,   ,  years.'  und a large pack is expect-1    in regard  io whlcb  no definite actio
,-,���-,'   ���.������',,.,    La��l   year   ih-re   wv,      in   tlk,   N'.-ivm.is   taken   were   the   removal   of  th
^i!s" ,;";, S  Westminster,   Vancouver  and   Stoves
Mm- .,   MeMiirpliy. .
Mar ���-'  Olttoni  ���"" i""'1*'^ ����"*ct�� !;''>' *��?JZL%
4 . ,      Mullll   ner,. s  ,n opern.io .        "'>'��������� ��[^
,       .   ���h.   ,.    Neth.  cannery   ,n   lhe   lli-e  district    son   -
....                   . -non ��"������ .over    twetttJ   '"    ���l"' wUl  b
From                           (Mlaa  Mao- "���"���*"[.
K.���/,.   ������     -                  termedlate Of tbe locsl canneries tt. Bt ^Mun
,;,,,,,.                                     .,,.���������,, go waa  ; ..only one in .-,- rat.o��� last
Callinan, >":tr      This season   n ^IHonto
Margarei '?ere ^U be in operation In and about
iW������   v iy,                       yyrUe New Westminster, tbs Cleeve. Dease
'.. n   .       -.          i Bowell,
0l u,  QUI.   .  v v   ���. .  Aloni     ' 'louse
' ���   : . Edith
Dorothea  Fader
Hulls t>t  Hoik*,   wei .���        ��� ���     I  ss
..lows:
Division     ll.-- I'n, ii,,. in ���-.       uuHi
Maitlaad   Oregg;      Punctui
Regularltj    H      ��� i ,..,  ;. D-
portment,  Eva   Armstrong    P   ..   for
Literature,    Ruth    Maitland    I
Prise for m-.-un ��s, J_s_Ie |    \
Division III Profli .,,,-. fi,,,.
'''"'.��� Eitttel Ackley; Puncuallty and
Regularity, El|n Wllhelmln�� Sii , n;
li.-. rtmeni       i.i sabeth
i.iiil.      prize    ��� .
Ethel Victoria VVTntennit.
Division v Proflcleu..* Madrllne
Victoria l-'Vi er I'm, - m\\l% ..m,|
Regulai tj i-'���v-. Oertrude M >rcer;
Deportment, Ida Potting, r.
Division \'i !��� ol . ��� :i,������ .i,.;ui
Fortune Mui- Punctual I and Regu-
;''"> Ruth nice Reid Deportment.
Margarei  it���lh   -,;,.A; ,   ...     (J,.j/(,  f()1.
���-Ithmetlc,  I.-:, i Fori m   m���i. .  i>,i..,.
"   s'" !l ': '    Cora   ii.n ,,ian
Division    vn.- ;'mii,i,.,.cy
grandstand up to the oval, the horse
show building and tbe proposed tisiu-i.
ies building. The committees responsible in each case were grained fur
iln-r time. Those presenl w-.-r,- T. J.
Trapp, president, Q. D Hryiini' r. W,
R. QUIey, L. A. Lewi*. .1. u Kenned)
and the niauiiger. \\   li   Keary.
r. As in the previous cases he proposes v. arch over the Btreet, and
leave  an open space  for the  market
i-overed  in.    The building would com
prise stores and  offices.    Nothing fur
th.-r  is  known  nil   ihe   .;'"'i'":
|,lain.~   hi*   plans.
ex
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT
FOR MOM REAL ALDERMEN
It was found impossil,,- to go tur-
Viti than ,-iiipow,..- - .��� provisional
directors to carry on the buslnes ol
; be - -ui].any till then, and appro ������
lhe draft  of a prospectus.
Georg     K.   Mai tin.    who    pi -v.
explained that tbi   compan]  bad been
- : 'iiited with very wide powers
and n would be necessary to bave tie-
slmi.-s sub-cribe-1 before regular officers could be ei., ted.
'" I The manager said $11,250 has
promised with options on another
$49*.
J, A. 1-ee and T S. \nnaudale said
the pa-i'sonuei of ilu company would
make a great difference with the pub
Secr.-t of Success
The e.lniiiu.an aad each oi' the trustees bora- testimony to Miss Rogers'
visit work iiiiumg the giris, aud
thi morai tone oi her Influence
throughout the sebum. .uspectoi
Stewart ascribed bei success io tn.-
subtle influence of authority always
present, but uot brought inlft use io
the   discouragement   ol   the   children.
Principal Ooatham saiu M.ss Rogers
bad helped bim ever since she.came
at Easter, 1**7. and with her It was
always ilie ahlldren first, her ow,i
positiou sscond.
Trustee Pack presented the tea service to ilis.< liog.r.. who  was muni-
,e a great difference witn uu- p��D- ��    ,    Unwh^  bp  ,      expressions ot
and   they   hail   confidence   n   Mr.   .,-.���.-.,-.,������    nm    ,,..���.,' ,,,.,���������,,���,
Charlotte
Proflclenc)*,
-ten Montelth;
Island, Unique, Industrial and a  �� C.
canneries
Sockeyt Due Soon. ,
Although the Season opened today
ii is n"t expected thai ilie sockeye
will commence to arri.o In the river
���,,, until inbuilt July 16. The fishermen
;lv_ will probably g,-t out tbelr sockeye
nets about u^. tenth, bul It i* nm ex-
l��, ted tbat they will begin -,, take
fish to any extent until about the
twelfth, and the main body of the fish
Is not looked f,.r until the fifteenth.
At present the spring salmon fishermen are getting uu.isu.Uly large
cutches, tn tact, those who have
been al th.. business for years Btaw
'! : d��"V*Ci befor' have such catches
i n i.n ,,mi. This week some fishermen hav token ..- 111,.. a.* nine hundred pounds of flsh a u'gliV wliih- in
souie cases he catphe. hav,- run as
high as fifti ii huiiili'. i pounds B
week
This i* regarded as auguring well
for the soi-ke.,. Beason,
The authorities of ths fisheries department ln tliiv. cii. announce that
they have    recelv.-d    in InBtructlor.
GOAL STRIKE AT LAST
COMES TO CONCLUSION
Operators of Alber.a and  B. C.  Mmes
Return   to   Work���No   Closed
Shop Clause.
Winnipeg, June 30.���After a Btrlke
lasting three months, the -'...nm coal
miners of Southern Aioerta and
Southeastern British Ooiumula voted
yesterday to accopt the terms offered
by the operators. The agreement
will be signed at Hosuiei today aud
is to las'  two years.
While the men did not obtain B
Closed shop clause, the district executive has ihe full co-operation of the
operators in making llieu- organization  s'roiiger.
More  Star.ling  Evidence  is  Given   Be.
'-.e  Royal  Commission���A  Carnival   of   Perjury.
Montreal,    .lun,-    30.���Ex-Aid rman
Ames, .\i.iv was one '" ""' witnesses
ui  tht.  Royal Commission  today,  and ��� lwl#l ���  	
a.s  evidence   mi.,  an   exampl.  Of   ui" houses  Were  Hooded
favors winch  are  al   the  disposal  ol n |B feared thai  much damage has
th,-   members  of   the     Montreal   Cit) \yeen done in tlie Prickly  1',-ar valley
Whltmore. The latter and A. McLeod had done tli h -i In the way
of collecting.
CLOUDBURST   IN    MONTANA
DOES   HEAVY   DAMAGE
Helena. Mont. June 30.���A cloud-
bin*! in the mountain* south of Hel-
.���jia yesterday afternoon wrought
much damage in Uie city and adjacent country, Small Bt reams and
dry gulches In 'he vicinity l.eciame
raging torrents. Main street carried
a fool of water -ind scores ot busines
��� lean
^^^^^^^JPimduality and	
'i;,!r> Glmci Gifford Turnbull. .*>.
;;!;"""- F-ri, Lusby; Prig. tor
ATOmetle Sarah Le_ Deen Prize
<��t Spelling, J_an Ellen Montelth.
D' !l"' vni Proficiency, Helen
" nctualltj   ,,nd  Regu-
.    Winnit'iv I   M,      Unwell.
|'on    Brown;    Deportmemt,
',        '  '���" ������'     Prize  foi   A.iUiinoi'ic.
/"���'  "    les:   prize tor    Neatness,
,      ''      '"fnoBs; Prlze for Rapid
;'     ������ h  M   oonrad
Dlvinlnti      ix
it,,   from Ottawa as io the passage <>t any
council. Mr. Ames testified that when
h, was firs' elected to the city coun-
'eil he was asked by the i-i-.. assessors
ii he desired the valuation of lius pro-
perty for assessment purposes to be
reduced, and that he declined tlie offer, saying that ii the valuation was
corned tor hint as a citizen ii must
also  be   correct   as   an   Alderman,
There s.-enis to be a perfect carnival of perjury going on at tne Investigation amongst the members of nh.-
fir*- .brigade. In nearly every case
where charges bave been mad <'������'-
dence diametrically opposed to thai
given b) the witnesses to the eharg
Indian wim | has been forthcoming,
���
appreciation,   and   briefly     responded,
thanking ,the  speak is.
The  Address.
The text  .,1  th,   a,lilie*.- was as follows:.
"To Miss K len Roger*, retiring
principal oi ihe girls' school. Dear
Madam; We. the board ol school
trustees of the city ot New Westminster cannot express the sense of loss
we feel in your retirement from the
prlnclpalship of our girls' school.
"For over l w i-nty-two years you
have most faithfully devoted and sue
cessfuily carrii i on the work oom
mitted to your care, so that your
school now occupies a position ot
prominence second tb none in tbe
province. Vour high moral principle
your particularly genial disposition,
your eminent pleasantness of manue .
and your superior effectiveness In
management has secured for you the
esteem and affection of your associates, your pupils, their parents, an I
__% ithe community at large, all ol win,in
The wedding month is ov t Ves- greatly regret your resignation, while
was its lust da/ and  the wed- j-flfe, the trustees, unite in this regret.
Hope to  See Her Return.
1    "We  recognized    and    admire .vour
devolednc
and in  the Missouri River bottoms.
LAST JUNE WEDDINGS.
Two  of  Them   Took   Place  Yesterday
at St. Andrew's Manse
l,   I no  of
Andrew's
v.'i'day ^^^^^^^^^^^^
disgs came in with a run
Uiem  taking   place  at   St.
^^^^^B _____________________________________________________________
Iii the morning Samuel Miles Black* aevotedness to    duty in determining,
luii-ii. and Charlotte Horrobln,   oth of it0 s've your  attention at present to
HON. LBRODEUi. TAKES
_\ .laii.es  Mel'ailuiii  wa* lined  H an.l
m-w regulations, and thai accordingly Icosts fo.   supplying   an    Indian wnu���_	
the fishing thltf year will he conducted I liquor, aml the Slwash was fined  .23      I    would   seem  from  the  evident
under ihe same rul.-s a* last year.      Iil1 th. cii..   |K>ii*.t- court yesterday,      [thai middlemen had aoouis om in ih
1    Anothei  meeting In'connectlon wi.h  rurt]   districts  looking'   up    farmers
the citizens' picnic will be held short- with .unk accounts, who were w Ulng
ly.      Tha  datt   chosen  will   probaii.j   io pay   for appointments  to the  fir.
, , .be either July  l'n or August   I. una nei��rtmeut.   One oi the witnesses to
Vtl/ll   DIIHI.  Til   Llll'l AMh'"'1'  "i.j.-ciivi",   the  Seattle   exposltioj   daj   .esiii'vd   thai   t-hree-quart. i -.    ol
llAVAL iLAINu   IU  Ll\Ui.i\l\U D, _   Mackenzie is in con -, oad a.,- the men In the pariah which is one
'wiih the fair authorities on tne utat- ,,i   Lhe   runal   districts   below  Quebec,
tor were   members of   'he   Montreal   tii-���
department,
Vancouver, were uuiied In matrimony,
The ceremony was very quiet, and
ou iis conclusion the young couple
left for Vancouver again.
Later In Uie day Rev. J, S Henderson   was  again  called  upon  to tie
your aged mother in her present feebleness, your decision In 'his reaped
helps to reconcile us to the loa_ we
sustain in your a,, seuce from our
staff. We ask your acceptance of
this  slight  token  uf our  high  regard
_^^^���'I Ji'ol'lclen,.v.       Mary
'' "cl lallty   and   Regularity,
!1 M,1-v ��� l1:'��'v  Deportmenl   Jean
-���i ��� ,,
1 'i.
Carries
Wl
���'1.1'ev
DlvUli i
Proficiency,     Irene
|,|l|; 'ur.itj   ami     Rijrularlty,
L'U''neli    Deportmunt, Margery
Specifications     to      London
��� ch    He   Will    Lay   Before
Lords   of   Admiralty.
HALIBUT  STEAMER   IN.
I
LEGAL  INTELLIGENCE.
I .lib
^!    Proficiency
.i .  uaiily  ;md   iu
____!       Deportmenl
BOYS' CENTRAL SCHOOL
June
oi
80,   No   limn   ftn
H���.       gov nim. in ��
,i- Montreal as b 1��"
made
"'���'������    !  from  Division  iv. Inter* establlshtoeni
^^^^^   Moiiii.al.
Doris oounoement
______!      _____i  "'   ^-__________^___n^__i
;!���','. cation  '".- arflry dock v.Ill te
" iiinii  Mr. Hi'oiU'ii.  returns from b,ng-
iam, ul teaat.   it la held by >hf ��   ;
later ..f Marine and Fisheries that tne
��������� ���  '.   ���   !_.    w|i IV, 11
'    .  grade (M_( .1. Rowan, W
i to Senior Qirade.���Koaaburo
uf,i\      L,l,,.     __��   . ,..      __.
Vu|,
"luiw
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i an) such large i'11*
.u-h.lpmvemont   ns  a  I-���'1"1'"1   ^ **J
 ��-.-������,������_   Shi- should be In such a place ns w ���
'i Svensden, Charivs Samuel of its use by large warahips wnen
Howard,  Alexander  MaoDonald, this side of the  Atlnlillc
Waiien    Gordon,     William i    Mr,   Brodeur wii  theieioie    <���    ��� ���
"n. Miuiric.. O'Qorman Doekrill, with htm On leaving tor Lonoon
Oonbett.   Norman    Buohnnan  day full plans and details Ot tne I"
Willi,
t-t<
lun
l.'K
,,. ���-   Samuel     Cameron,
'���wn Gordon Whiteside. Asao Tels.
:,, ""���  lames  Reginald    Barraclough,
,    ""* Scott,  Cecil  Truman   Smith,
'" "'.son     Phipps,    John     Arm-,
  ,.  Lrnest Algernon Welsh, Glen*
 ' '    Adams.
I. .   from   Division   V..   Inter-
grade    (Miss ],.  AimBtrong,
---I--    gp^i^,���Joseph
'..IIH-S
I Il.ll
ledlai
'���I   I V
to    Senior
(|    '"    Wilson,    Frederick     Robert |ay,t| foot ra.
I'lv'l',".1  ''''���' ('huck Tom, l^aw Tal,' -
lM   '' Swanson, Clyde Damaske,  Ru- ��� + + + +
i,,,. ���''"���!��� Gilley,   John McKav Linn, I���
Ami."      '""'"^on Meredith.    William +
nay  run piau- ��.><, *���> -    -     ...   ...
po-als  for  tih.  di'.vthxl-  ',lul   vvl"     '
them before the Admiralty.
"Athlete" In ��he Toils.
Chicago, 111,, June 2l).-Thos. Grand
who says he holds a gold j�� edal aa
champion light wefcght fighter ��"
wrestler ot British Oolu.nlMa, Ib nn
'der arrest as partner of BenJ. W* IJ
an alleged fake prize U��. t, wrestling
Flamingo Brings One Hundred and
Thirty   Thousand  Pounds.
The halibut steamer Flamingo ie-
uiiii-d io port yssterdey after a sue-
oessful cnllsa to the Cepe Bcoti fishing grounds. The Flamingo had on
board tova*. liio.uuo pounds of fish,
The crew of the halibut vessel reported a pleasant trip, the weather
having been fair all the. way. The
cruise only lasted six days, two days
being -onsuemd In getting to the
grounds, two days ,belng spent in tisli-
inn and two days In getting back to
'IKirt.
While on the grounds the Flamingo
l,��ok in fish ut the rule Of some 65,000
pounds a day. On t lie trip about 400
pounds of herring ��u'_ consumed ua
bait. 	
Proi
nr,, i
tn     |,
Hackii
llri.l,,
H'i"h Stoddart.
noted  froMi  Division VI., JiUnlOl
(Ml    ^^
e
______________      +
ss M, Archibald, teacher) \ +
:'mediate grade���Lawrence e
Cnthbert Wnrsfoid, Daphne ���
''""���*"    (''inilrrMlg-e.     Rolvrt  e
+ + + + + ****l
Riot     Narrowly     Averted   in
Ottawa���Oriental   Draws   Knife
on   Boy.
Count)   court  chambers befm,.  Hie
Honor Judge Howay yesterday:
In re Murray.     Application to cancel   plan.      W,   F    llanford   made  application.    Order    t0    go upon  tiling |
consent of attorney general.
Berg vs   V��� V. I  ��� Mr. Griffin for ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
plaintiff.   W.   .1.   Whiteside   for   ilefen- 	
dant.     Order for payment out   Keg-
iBtrar to tax costs and balance after     ��� UlIU,    30.���Three or tour
m��etlng cost, to he paW to Berg.      Mj^    wtM,.   ib6|ng    peU<Jd wi,���
"" ' gravel toy s<ime lads, when one of th.-
Canadiang  a��   Court. celestials made a rush ut  them. and.
London.    June    :U).-A.   Henderson, u  u  alleged,    stabbed  a   boy  named
1-ihor M   P.. has decided to make a o'C'onnel  with a knife.      1 he wounu
toTof Canada is trifling.     Tb_ Chinaman .blew a
the marital knot the principals in and we trust the wise Disposer of
Ibis case being William Nathan (Had- events may so direct your futii'v
hill and Josephine Katharine Lehman. I mow-meats 'hut if clroumstanpes per-
Iroth of Aldergrovc !mit >��u to return lo the teaching pro-
  i fesgioti for which you are so admirably fitted, or adopt other and less
; arduous pursuits, your life must be
'most happy and eharacteristed by the
same usefuln.-ss which has so marked
il In lhe past."
On  the  tray   was  lhe  inscription.
"Presented by the Board of   School
Trustees of New Westminster City, to
.   , _.,��_., ,      ____,,   ,M_as Ellen RogwrB on her retirement
Serious     Riot    Narrowly     Averted   ln_ fron,   lh,,   pI.,I1(.lp���lsbip  of    the Girls'
Central School, New Westminster, B.
CHINAMEN AND WHITES
!       PREPARE FOR BATTLE
C. June SO. 1909."
The pupils presented Miss Roger*
with 0 silver fern dish and thv- staff
of her school with a handsome brooch.
READY  FOR GAME
First-class   Football   at   Queen's   Park
on Saturday.
The Westminster Rovers are keep-
���r of Canada is  trifling.      T_.  CW-Mmb .ui��w  -     .--  -��� tor the seoond
Among the Canadians BUmmoned to wh���tK.  which  caused_ about   fifty el l��g Hi (g w    .��g��    ^  ^ B_ c_
titiend   tbelr     Majesties'     court   this h|8 compatrlo _   10  appear
also1 gathered,  Football cup, to be P^*1^
Germans Conduct Duel
eveniUK aro linn. Kauik Oliver. Mrs. hundred  white    men    also  J2���^|^5^7|^Hi_y,'ii-d"wlll  give a
Oliver and  their two daughters, ��� am, becoming menacing the c,les  aS|smiW onja ti,,m8eiVes on that
With Sanction of State
11 sharp stone.
Customs  Returns for Jujie.
Duty collected &6'B2h'i.
The collections ut  <he clin
port    show    an     Inchon.-   oi
1698.6. over the ��irre��ivindinff
month of hist year.
(Continued on P.',���*���_ Three).
��� ������������������ ���
New      York,    June    30.���Although Two companies of infantry kept the j+
duelling  is nominally   illegal  in Ger- grounds.      A Jocomotive and an um-|$
many  details of a remarkable encotin- bulance  car    were    provided   by  tne *
ter  lii   which   the   preliminaries  were, mate   railway   to  carry   the  expected  4
arranged by the atate ars given in a victim to one nearest hospital.              +
ca'ile from Berlin, which state* that Granier's flr-t (.hot pierced his op- ��
Lieut, Granier shot and  killed J_leuL ponent'_ lungs and the wounded man +
Zwttaai- near Blanksburg.      . Iraln got him there-                               !���
Zwitzers,  although  a   married   man |    Lieut.  Granier  will    prrtbably  now 4
with a famllv tried to kiss Granier's undergo a  few   months'   comfortable +
fiancee and a military court of honor detention  In 11 fortress, the message +
sanctioned the duel and arranged ihe died  in   the hospital  as soon  as  the t*
Yesterday's Baseball.
Aberdeen   .
Portland  ..
Vancouver.
Tacoma , ��� ���
Spokane ��� -
Beat .s ��� ��� ���
fight.
, j  declare-.
l-ar
In goal, and Percy Ho"oer and Jonn-
son are expected to be out In the red
shirts. Tim Mabony will-probably
referee, or else Will Bills of Vaii-ou-
ver.
Lighming Went Through Roof.
London. Ont, June 30.���During the
thunder storm yesterday Ihe lightning
struck the hous- of Mr. and Mrs.
Riddle, Bnthiirst street, while they
were at dinner, it made A cleancut
two-Inch hole through the roof, and
passed through the floor Into th. dln-
big room within four feet of Mrs.
Riddle, who suffered a severe shock.
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e\m PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1909.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO  RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell at fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not Sell  any.      You  must .ell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you,   and   something of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of us have  got the habit of thinking  that because  we have been a  long time  in   business  everyone  mus<  of  n cessity   know   all   a\iout  us   and   our
wares.       Use  the   advertising  columns of The  Daily  News and  keep abreast  of the timei.
WANTED.
WANTED���SMART  WAITRESS.  AP-
ply Kenny's restaurant.
WANTED���BM ART SAiLESWOM EN,
good commission. Apply Friday
and Saturday between 11 and 12
n.in. al ���The Fair," 640 Columbia
street.
WANTED���BY*  YOUNG    MAN    BN-
gaged In night work. Single room.
Must be qjlet. Apply Box OtiO,
News
ARCHITECTS.
\V.  D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14.  Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN C W, BAIT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon  Block.    Telephone 338.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
WANTED���GHtL TO WORK AT
the Royal City Laundry.
WANTED-���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
LOST.
LOST���WILL THE PARTY WHO
was seen picking up a lady's belt
in the grounds of the Central Public school, kindly return same to
Mrs. C. A. Welsh, 123 Sixth street.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���TWO CHEAP LOTS, 33
by 132, South Vancouver; oft Victoria road, D. L. 725. Price $1Y5
each; caah $70; balance $10 per
month. Owner, 1822 Comox, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street oar line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, batn,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let In suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
REAL ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and' Insurance Agents���
'City, farm and suourban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, phone 334.
THN ACRES,    FIVE    MILES -ROM
town, one mile from new car line;
six acres    cleared;    6-room house,
barn.     Price, $2200; terms.
McADAM ft IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postofflce, Box 874;
phone 498. Real estate and insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
delilers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
elc. Hank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. 0. Hox 928.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND GAME.
BENSON & AYUNG, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W- E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cedes, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W.  N-  DRAPER,  B.  C.  LAND  SUR-
��� iveyor.     Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORK8.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUS!.,
with hath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowa-tt street, 230  Eleventh street.
NUR8ERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burna'by Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEYS PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Garaon's'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair.'' Columbia  street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS
ters and solicitors Blackle block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
\v. .1. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds,
WADE, WHEALLER ii McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A, Whealler, W.
(J. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street. opinisite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver office is at No. o. Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
RE8TAU RANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT ft CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress) . Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or mtlk.
SECONDHAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNIT\JRE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
STENOGRAPHY   ft   TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY      AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province offlce, Columbia Btreet.     Phone 62.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
I-orne street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
TAILORS.
CALVIN. LADIES' AND MEN'S TA1-
lorlng. A new line of spring suiting jusi in. Button making, pressing and repairing. H' om '.���, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
anil Clarkson  st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER      WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office an.l store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Work*: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
O. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this long"-*
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum-
bia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W��� FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
and  described as Uits 91, 92, 93 and
94,    of  Ixit  3,    Subdivision Block  14.
You anil each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from tho
date of the first publication of this notice, otherwise 1 shall register F. Mc-
Cieery as owner thereof in fee. And
I hereby direct thai public,il ion of
this notice in a daily newspaper for
thirty days, published al .New Westminster, will be good and sufficient
ervlce thereof.
Haled ni the Land Registry Ottice,
New Westminster, Province of liriusli
Columbia, this 20th day of February,
A.   D.,   11109.
To Joseph E. Gaynor, Joseph E.
Gay nor Estate.
C. S. KEITH,
District    Registrar.
All persons served with this notice,
and ihose claiming through or under
them and all persons claiming any
Interest in the said land by virtu ��� of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry act.' shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, lu the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday-
evening at 8 p.m. In the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark, W.
Pres.; H. Schofleld, secretary
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month ln K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Suuierland.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets In tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at e p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PAPER   HANGING ft DECORATING.
t. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
CRYSTAL  THEATRE,   702   COLIKM-
iliia street. Fins-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
. 0. 0.  F.���ROYAL    CITY    LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
win be made welcome. G. E, Gliluy.
N. G.; C- E Osborne, P G. recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.
No. 1150; L. O. L.. No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
F. Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls,  Nest No. 29.
Take notice, that an application
has been made to register Peter Henderson as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the Reeve
and clerk of 8urrey, to The Corporation of the Township or District of
Surrey, bearing date the 31st day of
December, A. D., 1901, of all and singular that certaia parcel or tract of
'land and premise- situate, lying and
I being in the District of New West-
i minster, in the Province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lots 3 and 4, of
Block 4, being part of Lots 7 and 8,
Group 2, Map 456; Lot 7 of Block 4,
being part of Lots 7 and 8, Group 2;
;Lot 9, of Block 4, being part of Lots
7 and 8, Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
I under  you and  aU  persons  claiming
any interest in the said land 'by virtue
of  any   unregistered  instrument,   and
I all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land  Registry Act,"  are required to contest the claim of the tax
purchaser within forty-five days from
���he date of tbe flrst publication of this
notice upon you, snd In default of a
caveat or certificate of Us pendens being filed within such period, or ln default  of   redemption   before   registration, you and each of you will be for-
lever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or In respect of
Ihe said land,    and    I  shall  register
: Peter Henderson as owner thereof in
jfee.      And I hereby order thai  publl-
Ication of this notice for thirty days In
ia dally newspaper published in New
.Westminster, will be good  and sufficient service thereof.
Date4 at the Land Registry Office,
iNew Westminster, Province of British
! Columbia, this 3rd day of May, A. D.,
1909.
I C. 8. KEITH.
District  Registrar.
To  Yuk    Chee,    Chew    Ulng Rap,
John J- Weir.
Ihe   extent   of   one-quarter   section   of
. ItiO  acres,  mon..  or  less.
Entry must he made personally at
the local laud ollice for the district
ln which tfie land ia situate. Entry
!by proxy may, however, be made on
certain eon.lit ions by the lai ber,
'mother, son, daughter, brother or ulster of au Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to perform thy conditions connected  therewith   under    one    ol    tbe    toilowing
plans:
ll) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(.) If the father < or mother, if the
falh.-r is licensed), of the hQmesteader
(resides upon a farm in tlie vicinity ol
ithe land entered for, the requirements
ias to residence may be satisfied by
I such person residing with the father
or mother.
i (3) if the settler has Ids permanent
residence upon funning land owned
iby him in the vicinity ol his borne-
'stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion hinds at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining  rights   may   be
1 leased   for    a   period of    twenty-one
I years at  an annual rental of $1 per
���acre.      Not   more    than   2560   acres
shall be leased  to  one individual or
(company.     A royalty at the rate of
jfive cents per  ton  shall  be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
'��� Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized   publication   ot
this advertisement  wlll    not be psin
ifor.
I  -
LAND ACT.
Comox Land District.
District of Queen Charlotte Sound.
Take notice that O. B. Jaco-bson, ot
Vancouver, occupation sheep rancher.
Intends to apply for permission to
Iease  the  following    described  land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the west end of Ia-wis Island, tnenc.
northerly,. easterly, southerly and westerly and northerly, following the
shore line around the Island to the
point of commencement, containing
800 acres more or less.
Staked April 8th, 1909.
OLE B. JACOBSON,
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register F. McCleery as
the owner in f__ simple, under a
tax sale deed from the mayor and
treasurer of the city of New Westminster, to F. McCleery, bearing date th.;
9th day of January, A. D., 1904, of all
and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the City of New
Westminster, ln the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
in the railway belt tn British Columbia, may he homesteaded by any person who is the sole bend of a family
or any mule over IS years of age, to
WHEN GOING EAST
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For  Time   Tables.   Folders, or  any
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NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE. FULL SIZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT $450.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. $550.
REASONABLE TERMS.
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VICTORIA   WOMEN   FORM
LADIES' CANADIAN CLUB
Victoria, Juno 'Ml.���A Woman's Canadian olnib was formed at a largely
attended meeting held In the tOmr
press hotel. Mrs. Fltzglbbon presided
and about loo ladies wore present
A. E. McPhillips, K. 0., pr.-sident of
the Canadian club, addressed the gathering
The following officers were elected:
President, Mrs. c H. Barnard; first
vice-president, Mrs. f. ii. Pemberton;
second vlce-preeident, Mrs. Henry
Craft; secretary, Mrs. C. E. Wilson;
assistant secretary, .Miss Looming;
literary correspondent', Miss Gertrild-
McKay; treasurer Mrs. Arthur Robertson; committee, Mrs. Fltzglbbon.
Mrs. Richard McBride, Mrs. Frank
EJ. Clarke, Mrs. Spofford, Mrs. Reid.
Miss Mara, Mr-. (Dr.) Walt and Mrs.
Lewis Hall. THURSDAY, JULV 1.
1909.
THE  DAILY   _.I_WS.
PAGE THREE.
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Paint   that   will   cover   better
bright   longer���-and  last nearly
ng as onlinary paints
Ik, check, nor craw'
look
twice
Paint that will not
f common sense guides
City Schools Close
For -unnitiir Holiday
as
,    Je^f'JT ' Paint it'took 17 years to perfect by
adding just enough of one special ingredient.
Money's-worth  paint    that's   the   idea!
It's   in   every can  of M-L Pure
Paints.    Made in 40 colors fur all
paint users by Imperial Varnish
& Color Co., Limited, of Toronto.
Ander on  & Lusby
Agents f��r New Westminster and  District.
,Contlnu-t- i v.,-
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', ii r-aider; Kdwani lliown, Con-
c Davey, Pearl Han-;, Constance
Hainin, Edward Trautman, Mynl
Minn,-:.. Eden Steen, Lyia Sk.-ii_\.
EJva Johnston, Kuiier Duncan, Willie
Wilson.
oi honor���Proficiency, Edward
v deportment, Ann ,. Chamb, is:
'��� .':���   ami  punctuality,    Gertrude
.).-.-.    erg,
ong,  Frederic  Wast       Francis     Division IV.���(Miss Wood, teacher.)
GUI  ���.     Angus.     Mathi Walter Ai:<.   Ellen   Mooney,  Eva  liiadys At-
Bi John Mcintosh    Ufred  Ross, kin*..,, Lena Lydla Trautman, Walter
Alexander  Macdonald Trautman, George Alexander Buskins,
!'  imoted from Division VII., Junloi   Altie   Eva    Pregby,  Vera    Mary   Mc-
. Miss  i-;.  K.  Burnett, teacher)   R.       lames Gordon  Ebert,  \i    .  0
to   ntermedlate grade:   Linden Bayer, terberg,   EJva   Follls,   Jame   i
I ������      Lc Hoe. Charles Seymour, Mary sin,        u.-'a Frances    Clark,  Mabel
I       Olive B_n.ton, Sydney Reid   Hen- Alio.      Hume,   ivy    Adams.    H    ild
r-      Oxenbury,     Kenneth     Jackson, v ,,:.-.   Mnnduy,  Arthur    .Jain,.--, Avl-
fjeorge Kelly, cv-.-i;  Wood     ;     Cyril son., ''������''������ Walters.
i:-- i Hon ii   .-oil*   were  awarded   as  foi-
H'.lls  of  Honor  were  present, i  as low- Proficiency,     Alice     Ellei
lhe Oxford Chancellor Range
IV.
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buying a range should ge|  one thai  will  give perfeci
...,1    iking, la economical In the use of fuel, thai is cool
,!,,. i,,,t,. weather, and also easy to opentte and keep clean.
vr-tivl   in   ile. M-si,.-,-l -   you     will     buy    an   Oxford
,:,,,.   mspeet.-.1   it.   The prices also of these ranges
those   of   other    niak.-s.      Call     in     an.i     Inspecl   our
I ban
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
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1 ., Ion  II.��� S. N, Stro*,i.-   ii.-; her,
Proficiencj.  Leonard   Poi I 11    punctu-
::     an    regularity, Jame   v I,     de
em   David T. II   Rei I
Division   III.���J,   II.   I'lie,    te     ��� r
Pi ofl. ��� c      \i ��� Inn- Annaiidal   ;   pun. tu-
ality and ti . il.niii    l-'r,-di-i-:ck Smith:
Douglas  Oollletor,
Divl , .ii IV   (Miss J. Rowan, tea.   -
er       Profll lency,  Kosaburo  Sl  n
punctually    and    regularity, Howard
Al. \ ,ii.l.-i      McDonald,     dopoi i menl
. -   ���      Samuel Dawe
Ion V. ���Miss L. Armstrong,
teacher Proficiency, Joseph Bishop
Wilson; punctuality and regularity,
Rufus Walter Gilley; deportment, Lee
Chuck Tom.
hVision vi.���Miss M. Archibald,
teacher. Proficiency,       Lawrence
Cfaas. Hocking; punctuality and regularity, Angus Rankin Mat boson; deportment, Lecey Julian  Fisher.
Division VII.���Miss E. K. Burnett,
teacher. Proficiency, Linden Bayers;
punctuality and regularity, Victor
Strople;  d>*i>ortment, Mary Roy.
Division VIII��� Miss Ethei Crake.
teacher. Proficiency, Low Sing
QlWCig;     punctual! Hy    and    regularity.
CHINA
Bric-a brae  of  all  kinds���Pickard's Painted China,
Some you see costs more, but none  is any finer;
There is no finer made to please my  china trade;
Designs are very fine and the goods are  all high-grade.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS  FOR  PICKARD'S  HAND PAINTED CHINA.
Moon deportment,    Mabel    Alia
Hume;      egularlty    and    punctuality,!
Mary Ostenberg.
Senior  III.  to junior IV.���i.Mvs M.I
H.    MacLean,   teacher.)       EHaaibeth
Saint.     Victor    Eldhinko.Ber. |   Barrj
w.ilium Chamibers, Lena Steen, Mary|
Wintrlp,    Annie    Roberts.   Nathaniel.
Hou li iward    Johnston,    Arthur
Hum.. William Saint, Donald Kirk.
S. i,i..i- ll. to Junior lil���i/. te At-
kinson, Myrtle Errlckson, Clara Rob- ���
��� 1'      Helen   Hanson,    Mabei   Adams.
Frances  Batt,  lln-vl  Beat,  Maud Foi-'
ii . Stewarl  McDougal, Violet Nelson,
John  Haden, John  MunAay, Ella M't-
chel,  Ephretta McDonald.
Rolls of honor Deportm mt, Fior-
en.-.��� McBwane; proficiency. Elizabeth
Saint; -egularlty and punctuality,
William ".hambers und Clifford Power*.
Rolls of honor for senior grade���
Regularity and punctuality, Beryl
Ward; deportment, Lavinla Richard.*:
proficiency to be awarded to the candidal!, making the highest aggregate
on the entrance examination.
ST.  ANN'S COLLEGE.
The following! diplomas were award, i
��� d  to  pupils  of St.  Ann's  c.lle&e ln !
MADE IN CANADA
BAKING
POWDER
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Qdward  Mutth'-w Phillips. Carl Oscar ,llt. coinmeicJal course;
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuraclurtr* and D.ai.r* in AU Kina    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurried Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
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
Bwanson, Harold L.-nnet Greg.;. John
i*re Ro'nTtson; deportment, Kather-
ine Glace Cunn.
Division IX.���Miss M. AlbercronAle,
tpweher Proficiency, Delta Emmet;
punctuality and regularity, Harold
Glll-y; deponment, Doris W, Weitto.
SAPPERTON* SCHOOL.
Division HI ���Miss Robson, teach-
erl.     Promoted from junto. II   to se-
NOTICE.
Jinn.no reward offered for the ar*
r.-st and conviction of pai ties who
Intentionally cm logs loose from
above our mill Sunday morning, June
20th, 1909,
FRASER RIVER LUMBER CO.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
j. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eiflhth 8t.
Eor shorthand and typewriting!���
Mi.-** Christine McDonald (scholarship
donated by H's Grace Arobolshop
Dontenwll'l); Miss Zilda Cormier,
Miss ljeonn Caza. Misr Alma Lewis,
Mis*.  Dorothy  Wilson.
There are many baking powder* bul
There is Only One
MACIC BAKINC POWDER
It it Pure, W-olewm _ and Economical.
SOLD IN ALL SIZES.
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
Toronto, Oat.
Misses Prances Gulchon, May Elchin-
ko, Ann Sylvester and Lorreita Du-
tiont. '
Premiuin for pJain sowing���.Miss
Mami,-  McDonald.
Premiums for order and neatness���
Diploma for bookkeeping ani bu.i- The Misses Mildred Sylvester. Mamie
ness   practice���Mis_  Gladys Oorrigan.   MoDonald,  Mabel   Newman,  Georgina !
Th.    toilowing    gold    medals    and Williams.
prizes were dis'rt'i.uted: Premiums   for  domestic   economy��� :
For Christian doctrine���Miss Gar- Misses Mamie Mi-Donald, Ruby Beck-
trude Gaynor, senior division; M ss man. Gertrude Weimar, Coldie Pra-
Myiile Williams, junior division. , mey.  Eunice  McDonald.
Second  prize���Miss Sus��in Gregory,      Premium    for   obliging    manners���
senior division;   Mis-;  Annabel Moffit, Miss Mary' Mantle,
junior division. First  prize  for  music���Miss  l_.um
Gold  medal for good conduct���Miss Lavery.
Ruby  Bvckman. Second    prize���Miss    Frances Gui-
Silver cross for good conduct���Miss chon.
Aggie Poster. Premiums���Misses Gladys Gore.  R.
Gold medal for assiduity���Miss Reckman, Ella Pelletier. Yvonne La-
Dor;, Vasseur. very,  AggU-   Foster,   Loretta   Dupont
Premiuin      intennediate    division���      Pre mium_ for good conduct���M19B-
VMiss   Blanche  Lavery. ps   A.   Fraser,   Mildivd   Smith,..Kutli-
Gold medal for proficiency���Mis. leen Quilty, Mabel Newman, Genie
Mary   Mantle,   senior   division- Beaty, Bessie    Banks.    Gertrude Mc-
Miss  Alice Jordan, Junior division. Donald, Mary Dynes, Katie Gregory.
The
Winners
for June
Have you drawn one of these
���umbers from a sack of Royal
Standard Flosr?
40,613
47.269
42,072
41,763
70,363
49.379
48,275
61,404
51,347
45,138
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young
Prop.
SPRING     LAMB
Travelers'Cheques
Travelers save money using these ,
Travelers' Cheques, because 'hey
know exactly what the.r funds are
worth in any country, each cheque
having engraved clearly on the face
its value in Domestic and Foreign
moneys.
This is the safest, most available,
most convenient and most economical
manner to carry money when traveling. Further particulars upon appli-
cj.lon.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���fflce 'Phone 1lt>.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   dellvereo   promptly   to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPSM  OEPOT.
Gold    pen    for    penmanship���Miss
(Gregory,  senior division.
Premiuin   for  penmanship    to  Miss
Blanche   Lavery,  junior  division.
I    Miss  Loretta Duixint, primary division.
' Premium for ladylike deportment���
Ijllsses Mildiv.l Smith and Kathleen
Qnllty.
Premium    for    fancy    work,  plain
sewing    and    mending���Miss Mildred
Sylvester.
Sliver   thimbles   for   fancy   work���
Special premium for oompoBltlon���
Miss  Mary   Mantle.
Premium for application���Miss
Mary Gregory, senior grade.
Misses Eleanor Martin, Myrtle Williams, Gertrude McDonald, junior
grade.
Highest cHass average, seventh
grade���Miss  Ruby  Beckuian.
Highest class average, fifth grade,
McDomA
If you have you ar..- entitled
to a 109-piece China dinner set-
Each monih from the duplicates
of coupons placed in tha sacks
of Royal Standard Flour having our mills we draw ten numbers. If you were lortunate
enough to secure- one of these
you are entitled to a dinner set.
There have been many successful ones���you may be next.
Royal Standard Flour is the
hest and purest household tlour
iu the West���made from l_-
finest selected wheat by special
machinery, watched througn
every process, guarded until it
reaches your taible. It is I'*r*
fect.on   itself   in   a   flour.
Ask your dealer for it.
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
0RA1N CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
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PHONS  87a
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p 0, Bos 474.       Tel. 53.       Res.
429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
PALMER BR08.'
GASOLINE ENGINES.
palmer
RHO-.TWO
AND POUR
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ENGINES
The Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster, 8. C���  Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Marager
The Question
Where 10 buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
bv directing you to the stow where
yon can see the largest stock of new
and second-hand gixids of all kluds In
the city
I have n splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Com. and see bow much mor,* yon
can get for your money here tlinn
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, nnd light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel."
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Iron  Works
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Tenth Strc_T,   ���   K_w Westminster
ESTABLISHED.
1891  -s*ef_f_i\1
INCORPORATED
1905.
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THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, JULY  1,  1909.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publisu-
Ing Comi.any, Limited, at their offices,
Tlie Dni'.y News Block, corner of McKenzie and  Victoria  streets.
E. A.   Paige Managing   Director
THURSDAY. JULY   1.   1909.
ENGLAND   REGAINS   HER   POISE
English    opinion,    n     is   reported,
looks upon iho meeting between Kaiser and Czar with equanimity. England now-a-days is not disinclined v.
look upon anything with equanimity
lhai her refusal lo shape n new scare
out of Mi,, periodical meeting between
the two Emperors, may he taken as- a
sign oi returning common-sense In
Albion.
li would have heen so easy to show
how thi- Interview in lh ��� Gulf of i'ln-
laiul wa* another staggering heart-
blow at the Empire; how William II .'s
���purpose wns to win Russia away from
hor friendly und.'islanding with Great
Britain: how Russia would be incited
to antagonize liritish interests in
l'l-rsia. and persuaded to join hands
with Japan against her present ally;
how iIn. dominion beyond the seas
would thus Ibe put to mortal peril as
a preparation for Armageddon in the
North Sea; now anything and everything elsf, a nation's panic fostered by
a yellow press can render conceivable, is bound to come.
But instead the English nation has
chosen to believe 'hat the imperial
Interview will actually assure ihe
peace of Europe. The ruin of the
Empire is perceptibly no nearer than
it was on the afternoon of the day before thp interview, though of course
it Is much more imminent than before
Lord Rosebery and Mr. Balfour delivered their speeches at the Imperial
Press Conference.
After all. It Is possible that Parliament will close and Englishmen
will enter the grouse season In a
fairly composed  state of m'nd.
Throughout her present sharp attack of nerves, nothing has been more
strlklne than C!r��u Britain's omission
to find encouragement, in any reserves of moral strength she might
honestly claim to possess. She has
weighed her chances against Germany's in terms exclusively of reeking tube and  Iron shard.
When men have predict.,'!) the dis-
rm>m!brrment of the Empire and the
desiruction of London hy a German
army corps, it seemingly has occurred to no on.* to inquire whether
the British Empire and the German
Empire do not embody certain diverse ideals, which might have some
Influence in throwing victory to one
sldp or the other. Moral issues, we
admit, have no interest for the experts who balance broadside against
broadBid,* and batalllon against Ibatal.
lion, and love to forecast the fate of
battles by the narrowest of arithmeli-
eni margins.
Yet it ls these same experts whn,
after the event, explain away their
��ad miscalculations by that de-P'sed
moral factor.
It was the superior moral weight or
the Japanese cause that, by common
confession, contributed as much as
anything lo the defeat of Russia.
lt may hav,* been the needle gun
and Moltke's genius that brought
about the downfall of France, but
Germany's moral right to make herself Into a unit o.i nation played a sufficiently important part. Men and
glins are nol everything if th.-y are
arrayed against the trend ot civilization and ih,. spirit of the ago.
When the British ftre eaters picture
Germany is pouncing upon the etn-
;>lre.  nnd   seizing  il   for  herself,   ii   is
pertinent to ask  whether Germany's
strength  is  such as  to  make  her a
fit ruler of dependencies.
We may go further and ask If even
tha'   fear of  a  great   (lei-ntiinli-  empire
in ail Europe, can be anything but
an empty fear. To exaggerate the
power of th,- German army la only to
Indicate the limitations of German
expansion. Prussian militarism may
be justified in ihe eyes of mosi Germans today by the unity, the prestige
anil lhe assurance of pence ii has
brought them. To the extent that
the Prussian army has worked Inward such ends, 11 has been n moral
agent. But 1'iussioii militarism will
not r-'inln i's effecllveness When il
Sets   mil   to   conquer   ami   keep   down
foreign nationalities,
By so much as the Prussian elamejii
In ih,. Hohenzollern dominions dwindles to a minority, il y bo much more
dlffle-.11 will it he v. iiv r' 111 a II"-
henzollei'n empire thai ������'��� ill be al the
sum.. Ume a greai hive ot Industry
and an armed camp.
English rule, with all thai can be
cit iii against li In India and Egypt,
sun carries with it the fundamental
principle or democracy. ,
England is still the mother ol par
llaments nnd th.- Inspiration (or op
pressed  nationalities.      Her    -liiplr.
is mainly based on self government,
and even in India, where the problem
is ro Immensely difficult, the English
instinct for progress with prudence
is manifesting itself. Would it be
foolhardy in an English statesman to
d clare that until Germany hail thoroughly learned the lesson of democracy and ihe supremacy of the civil
over Uie military authority, the British Empire has. In the long run.
ni.tliing to fear?
It is bard to I magi n ��� Australia,
South Africa or our Dominion overrun  by German troops.
But even If we imagine the con-
quesi aa effected, ii is quite Impossible to think oi Germany ruling these
colonies.
The spirit of German government
and  administration   must   grow  more
.supple and more modern ibefore the
war-lord <-nn look toward dolnation
over non-Germanic Europe, or dominions beyond the seas.
Nol all the moral weight is on tin'
si.!,, of Great Britain, The German
nation has discipline loyalty, labor-
iousness, enterprft, unit method,
British statesmen have conceded
tin Germans the palm for efficiency.
(lei-many  has no such  Internal  sores
jus England's pauperism to weaken
her.      Her laborers work harder and
(far_ worse than the E.iglisn, but
they have a greater assurance oi Im-
jmunity  from starvation, or tue poor-
, house, in their old age.
We may enumerate -every fine quality that lias contributed to Germany's
[leading place among tne nations, and
j yet question whether expansion along
undemocratic lines can. go much farther than it has gone with her.
Funeral of Mrs Demming.
The funeral ot Mrs. Hemming, wit.
of R. W. Demming, of Ash street,
took place yesterday to the Odil Fellows' cemetery. The pall carers
were W. A. Pride. J. A. Darke, F. J.
Williams, E. Li Webber, ('.. Bern and
(! \V Jamieson. Flowers w ie received from Mrs. A. Coomach, Mr.
and Mrs. Pride, Mrs. Goran son, Mrs.
E Storm, Mr. and Mrs. Pierrot, Mr.
and Mrs. A. George. Fidelia Class, an 1
others. Rev. D. Long officiated, The
arrangements were in the hands of D.
Murchie.
Theologian in Libel Suit.
Montreal, June 211.���An incidental
action was entered this afternoon for
$i)000 by Rev. George C. Workman
against the Wesleyan Theological College for libel. This action follows that
taken by Dr. Workman against the
college, April 110. for $5,000 and is the
direct result of tlie plea entered by
the deSen.lunti, which th- iplaln,-fl
claims is a reiteration of 'he libel,
and for which he now seeks a sum
t-otal of  .10.nnn.
A   rEW   BARGAINS
Two  lots on  Eighth  street between Third and Fourth  avenues;  $800.00 and  $7.0.00.      Easy  terms.
A   full   sized   lot   on   the  corner of Seventh  ave. and Sixth st. for $650.00 cash       This is a  beau'iful  lot.
A  few  lots on   Fifth  avenue  for $450 each   on  easy  terms.
Three lots in the West End for $175 each.    Good location.     This is  a  snap.
Properties  for sale  in  all  parts of th- city.      See my list.
All   kinds   of   documents   drawn.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,  Columbia  street.
PHONE  169.
NOTICE.
I wish to notify my customers 'hn'
in order not to allow the POBt card
business to interfere with my studio
work���my postcards of the Minto cup
matches will be on sale only at -'rhe
Fair," and   H    Ryall's  Drug store.
S   .I. RITCHIE.
'GET THE HABIT"
Specials Friday
50c . }
White   Wove   Envelopes,   pkg 5c   ���
Butter   Paper,  ream
The Fair:
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
646 Columbia Street.
We buy'for cash and sell for the same
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PARIS   POLICE  ARREST
LARGE GANG OF COINERS
Paris, Jung 29.���M. Hamard's detectives have arrested a. gang of coiners In the Rue dv Henilomontant. in
February last *a blacksmith and a
clocksmith were arrested at St. Die
in the Vosges on a charge of utiei-
ing spurious five-franc! pieces, as a
large quantity of the same coins, supposed to have heen manufactured in-
Palis, .were in circulation at Meaux.
M. Hamard was informed, and the
chief of the criminal Investigation department instituted a search for the
coiners and ran them to earth.
Two men. 1 .osuper Pacqment and
j Sebastian Boldomero, were looked
'upon as respectable tradesmen by the
other tenants in the house in which
they resided. In their rooms was a
complete installation for making
counterfeit coins. The men were
taken to the lockup and two inspectors remained in the rooms. After the
lapse of a few hours there was a
knock at lhe door. Two men had
arrived for more ooins to put into
circulation. They were apprehend-
!ed. Eater on three women, supiioseil
to be the mistresses of the coiners,
were arrested. All the members of
th   gang are known to be anarchists.
Find Out About It
Free Trip Prince Rupert and Skeena City and Return
Fare, meals and berth, everything included. Spend Dominion Day up North; return July 5. Finest week's outing in
the world.   See the "New Westminster of the North/'
H.D.MOON & COMPANY
608 Marion Building, SEATTLE.
Enquire of McADAM & IRWIN, Columbia Street.
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Today's Shoe Prices at   ��
JOHNS TONS
Men's Shoes
Men's American made shoes, tans,
patents and oxbloods; regular $.",.un
lines for
$3.00 A PAI*.
Men's oxblood lace and oxford
shoes, made with merry widow eyelets, B stylish young man's shoe; regular $5.-0;
TODAY'S   PRICE,  $4.25.
Men's white canvas shoos, made
(looily,ar welled; the kind that wont
Sipiellk,
$2.50 A PAIR.
M.-nV brown canvas shoes, comfortable and cool,
$1.50 A PAIR.
Ladies' Shoes
Ladies' tan button oxfords; a $3.50
shoe, only a few left at
$1.75 PAIR.
Ladies pink, blue and white .3.01)
canvas shoes for
$1.75 A PAIR.
Ladies black kid oxfords, with patent tips;
$1.75 A PAIR.
Ladii'.' elastic front house slippers,
95c A  PAIR.
Ladies' regular $2.00 while canvas
oxfords, made wllh Cuban and com-
���nonsense heels,
$1.50 A PAIR.
Children's Shoes
Children's white canvas shoes from
60c TO $1.00.
Misses'  $1.26   strap  slippers   sizes
11 to 2, for
85c A  PAIR.
Children's barefoot sandals, all sizes;  tht. very best made,
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 A PAIR.
Week  Beginning
June 28.
High-Class Vaudeville  and Moving Pictures.
BEARD & HERDY,
Human Knots.
TAMING   A   HUSBAND,
A comedy sketch by Carroll & Phillips.
AERIAL SERPENTINE DANCE
By  Madame  Novell!.
ED. MARLOWE,
That  famous  monologise
MADAME   KAISER,
a Beautiful Contralto.
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday.   Change of Program
Monday and Thursday.    Lower Floor 25c,*, Balcony 20c
Gallery 15c.
Curtain rises at 2:15 and 8:15 P. M.
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
jl}1 j Who Is Mavius
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HAWEIS
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WESTMINSTER, B. C.
S_^^3S_��HB^S3_>__)BEBSEe8-E_S3__����ia ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS THURSDAY. JULV 1, 1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash St
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STORE CLOSES DAILY AT 5 P. M..  EXCEPT   SATURDAY.
Commencement of
FRIDAY MORNING WE COMMENCE OUR ANNUAL JULY SALE, A MORE IMPORTANT EVENT
THAN HAS BEEN HELD IN FORMER YEARS. ON ACCOUNT OF THE LARGE QUANTITY OF
MERCHANDISE (BOUGHTlN GREAT BRITAIN BY MR. SMITH), AND AT PRESENT ON THE WAY,
FOR WHICH WE MUST HAVE ROOM. WE INTEND TO MAKE A CLEARANCE OF EVERYTHING IN SUMMER GOODS, AND OUR STOCK IS HEAVIER THIS SEASON ON ACCOUNT OF THE
BACKWARD SPRING, WHICH MEANS BIGGER BARGAINS AND DEEPER PRICE CUTTING. ALL
SUMMER DRESS FABRICS WILL BE OFFERED AT PRICESTHAT WILL TELL THEIR OWN TALE;
NOT A   MATTER   OF   WHAT     PRICE   WE   CAN   GET   FOR   THEM,  BUT A  MATTER OF  EFFECTING
A   SPEEDY   CLEARANCE.
Watch the Smith ads. and windows for bargains.
Great savings in store for everybody.
DOUBLE   WIDTH   DRESS   GOODS,
15c   PER  YARD.
Twenty-three pieces only In thla
lot,   liglu   inul     lark     colors,   st.mpes.
heck, ami fancy mixtures, almost
everj imaginable ^hailing Just the
thing for children's dresses, July
B   .   Price  per yard ���   . . 15c
AN   EXTRA  SPECIAL
AT   35c   PER  YARD.
lm wool taffeta cloth
with sell ��� r. . black, plain and
es, light and dark tweeds
and chevron-, Haney mlxtui-.->. etc
! ��������������� 10 to 54 Inches whl .
worth in 11-26 per yard. See tins
showing in our windows. July Bale
Price, per yard 35c
STRIPED AND CHECKED
LUSTRES, 25c PER  YARD.
_ nice selection of bhese goods,
bright, lustrous finish in Ugki checks
and dark Btrlpeg.     i-v>r the Jul-  Sale
I"-:    -n.l       ... . .25c
LADIES'   WHITE
WASH   DRESSES,   $2.50.
Nol often ynu gel a chance like
this anywh ie. but we mean business
this time, A dainty lot oi these
dresses, almost every size among
hem Regular value's to 16.00. July
Sale Price ���'--50
CHECKED  GLASS  CLOTH,
12c   PER   YARD.
In  i,lv   or red check, 21!, Iir, aad  -'"
itH-hv   wide, specially  purchased  for
this   greai   event.        julv   Sale   Pric-.
|..-r yard '.   12 1-2c
HEMMED  PILLOW  CASES
$1 75   PER DOZEN
Good quality cotton, perfectlj   free
I'mm dressing; all hemmed ready for
us.--, assorted sizes,     .inly sale Price
per dozen , $1.75
CHILDREN'S WASH  DRESSES,
FOR 35c EACH.
Odds and ends, broken lines In
wash dresses, all the regular stock
values to 76c must go this Ume. July
Sale Price, each 35c
$1.50  FOR
LADIES'   WHITE
WASH SKIRTS.
Only a limited quantity this time,
th��. balance of our stock of the..-
goods, in pique, drill, duck and linen;
n chance to Moure a serviceable start
at a verv moderate figure. Regular
values to $8.26 for ��V50
70-INCH   TABLE   DAMASK
35c PER  YARD.
Four pieces unbleached tabling. In
pretty floral designs, a cloth that will
soon bleaah. Jul, Sale Price, per
yard    35c
HEAVY WEIGHT
HUCK TOWELS,
85c PER PAIR
Special purchase for this sale, suitably for hotels, clubs or hoarding
houses. Extra heavy quality all
hemmed, Julv Sale Price, per
yard    25c
FANCY
HONEYCOMB   TOWELING.
10c  PER  YARD
IT.*, yards of roller toweling, honey-
comb with colored stripe; a toweling
with some   body    to It.     Jul)  Sale
price,  per yard 1��c
HEMMED   NAPKINS,
$125   PER   DOZEN.
A timely amy of these table napkins
all ready for use, a. splendid quality.
positively a big snap at $1.50. July
Sale  Price,  per dozen $1.25
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL MAIL ORDERS.  EARLY SHOPPING WILL PROVE VERY ADVAN-
TAGEOUS AT THIS GREAT BARGAIN OFFERING.
City News
thing f, : the garden at Tidy's
��� L84.
��� land  r _ -��� rj   -. ���     tor the cur-
onth  a ti $2870.85, as
J2081 -.    foi   ii: i    1908.
:'    I forgei  v      .      ,   musica' in
its at -I   ll   To   1     tore, Burr
Stor-  opi u     ...... ni ig. ���
II   T, Kirk will    <��� confiin, d to the
house tor sum., days   having  had the
iiii-i- .tune   to   Injure  in-   knei In
I  '    .
il copies ol    I i ei  mu il<   f. r 25c
a    fo Id's Music Stoi    thl     reek
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For reliable goods at reasonable prices see the
The Big Furniture Store
W. E. FALES
-1   Ignn nt for i'i wag made :������ ��� er-
d.. . idge Howay In the ac ion "i   rr~-     '
.1.   Jackson,   of   Poi i   11 ine)    aga  . T
Annie L. Chase on a prouiissor.   note   BUY    YOUR    GROCERIES    AT
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
612-618   AGNES    STREET,    OPPOSITE  LIBRARY. PHONE  176.
Adams & Deans
Smari   waitress  wanted at  Kenny's
" his" "ii...,..,-  judge    noway   -m lt vvi11 Pay vou to let us fill your orders.
 ge Mlllan and William Deduit up
>,,,���  lrtal    nt     th.-    nexl    assizes  on torn star(l1. - P*g>. for 15c Choice Seeded Raisins, 16 oz. pkgs
"     ''���* "' lll"l! ;i!"1 arf>��n yesterday,  Jam  in glaSs bottles, per bottle ..15c     on,-v   10c
1'"' flrst-class cul  bowers and any  \ew Potatoes  4 lbs  for . -25c Rhubarb, 3 lbs. for 10c
kin ; of Floral work, telephone Ua, ie
("arnaiion  I !i e mi
tins for    15c
Greenhouse, R208 " Premium Flour, per sack $1.90
Ttere   were   thirteen _reB th,   lasi (Ti-is is a g00d 1,rea(1 Oour.) Tetleya Tea, 3 lb. tins for $1.00
month,  and  fifty-five  for thi   firs!  >:x For a No   . Ceyion Tea we recommend   Braid's  Best  at  50c.      Ask for
mouths oi the present year, a consld- a sampie.
erniile Increase upon previous similar 	
periods.
Just arrived, a carload of Robin
Hood Flour. Full assortment of B.ZeS,
24, 49, 98, now In stock. Hale Bros.
_ Co., Ltd.
The annual picnic of St. Barnabas
Church Sunday-school will be held tomorrow to Second Beach. EnglishIbpy.
The party will leave Fifth avenue at
_:2<l in the  morning.
That light, delicious, wnoi.some
bread you so much enjoyed at your
friend's hous^ was made with Room
[Hood Flour. "
The   ladies   of    St.   Peter's  church
gave a social in old of the church yes-
i terday   evening.       Th-    affair   Iwas
largely   attended   and  proved  a  great
success.
Hurry, hurry, hurry, if you want to
| buy a piano at less than cost. Only
|three  left  at  J.   H.  Todd's.
The steame Trader arrived in
'port from Todd inlet yesterday, having on board 600 sacks of cement for
Uilley Bros. While in port the Trader
coaled at the C.  P. R. wharf
Thos^ wishing to secure Pianos at
less than wholesale price should
call at once at J. H. Todd's store, as
only a lew instruments are left and
these are going rapidly. **
John J. Banff-Id, of Vancouver, has
applied to tlie water commissioner for
a record of three cubic feet from a
CTeek running into the North Arm of
Burrard inlet, for use ��n lot 812 for
domestic purposes.
The pleasantest way io spend Saturday afternoon is to take a river trip
to Steveston and hack. The SS.
Transfer leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf
at 2 p.m. every Saturday, returning
sanie evening. Fare one dollar for
the round trip. ****
Tbe Junior Council of the local
lodge of tlie Royal Templars will take
an excursion to the Second Beach.
English bay, on Saturday of the present we.k. The cars will leave thl-
icity at 9:30 in the morning- Th,- officers ol the club look for a full attendance of the members of the council.
Lord Kitchener has decided not to
take the Canadian  mute when return-
$50 Reward
i
The above reward will be paid by
j James Linn for the recovery of the
���body of his son. John Linn, who was
I dr. vnned near the mouth of Pitt rivjr
I or. June 26th, by falling from the
,launch  Alice   A.
JAMES LINN.
ADAMS & DEANS,ii!^S5!i^i2^^^
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
ing to England from India on relinquishing his position as commander-
in-ohief and in consequence Col. Bird-
wood writes to the secretary of tlie
board of trade declining the invitation to lunch here.
Todd's great clearance sale of
planes will shortly close. Jump in
now and secure a bargain. **
City Schools Close
For Summer Holiday
(Centi-U-tf from Pag�� Three.)
Yesterday was th^ last day for 6e-
curing the rebate on provincial taxes,
and us a consequence the assessor's
office In the court house was kept
open until-late in t,he evening. Many
availed thems'-lves of the opportunity for securing the reduction of their
taxes.
Delta district expects in the near
future to have a pure water supply,
which it has been in greet need of for
years past. The municipal council is
now preparing a bylaw for the raising
of money by debentures to build a
12-inch main from the hydrani across
the entire Delta district, and to Serve
also the town of Ladner. The plans
the proposed waterworks have b_n
prepared by Colonel Tracy, C. _., of
Vancouver.
An excursion to Ladner will be held
under the auspices of the Rose of Columbia lodge on Saturday. July 10,
leaving New Westminster by S.S.
Transfer at 2 p.m., returning the same
evening. Tickets, adults, 75c; children, ;iOc; may be obtained of J.
Sehmerl, 215 Sixth street. P. B.
Brown, 17 Begble street: Bowell &
Oddy, Fifth avenue. Friends and
sisters  cordially   invited.
for    drawing���Miss   May
Premium
Elchinko.
LORD. KELVIN   SCHOOL.
At the Lord Kelvin school yesterday morning the breaking up was
well attended, and included an exceptionally fine program. Carefully
trained, the pupils rendered successful choruses of "The Maple Leaf Forever," "Cheer, Boys, Cheer," and "The
Red, White and Blue."
Under the tuition of Miss Marshall,
who ,has a decided talent for training
children, several dialogues were most
successfully rendered.
I Perhaps the best feature ot the
morning's work was the excellent cornet solo of Master Harry Bond. Dis-
I>ensing with the time-honored har-
i nionium, the whole school was lead
in the part songs by Harry Bond on
the cornet.
I    J. C. Loree, one of the trustees, addressed the pupils and expressed his
I pleasure   of    the   splendid     work   of
I Principal Canfield,    who,    in such a
short time, had brought discipline to
bear in the large, new school.
|    Mr.    Canfield,    in   addressing   the
scholars  and  parents,   laid  particular
emphasis on  the    loyal  help of    his
staff  without   which   the  fine  results
they had to show could not have been
accomplished.
FIRST SERMON  SUNDAY.
New  Incumber  t- .v vet Church DiiJ
This Week.
Rev. T. F. Baker, uow of Penticton,
B. C. wbo has been appoint d minister to the Olivet Baptist church will
arrive In the city in the course of the
next few days.
The exact of Mr. Baker's arrival is
not known, but __.,, has notified bis
oongregatipn that he will deliver his
first sermon on the morning of the
coming Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Baker is a Nova Scotian
and a graduate of Acadia university.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wtTl send you
free a cake of thtu'r. famous Plan toi
toilet    ..ap,  if   voti fnention  this paper.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY
NEWS
Weitminster't Horn,   Paper.
Lime Juice
25c Bottle;  $i.:,ii Gallon
Lemonade
_.",<��� Tin.
Cattle Wash
$l.ii(l nallon.
Moth Bags
Moth Camphor
Imperial Disinfect-
.   Thecheapes. and best
ant for all purposes.
Bathing Caps
Water Wings
Spectacles
TiOc and up.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Live Stock  Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against tjie serious losses
which they have had to suffer in the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handlj any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter is an
instance:
New Westminster. June 21!, 1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd.. New Westminster, B. 0.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form wus only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for $2Ui'.0ii in
full  payment. Yours sincerely,
(SgdV:    .1. A. Q-IBS0N.
You may be the next to lose some   v_ uable   stock,   enquire   for   particulars.
ALFRED   W.   McLEODl
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
_-BBB_SB_-BBSBB_fl
PHONE 61
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THE DAILY   vr'Vs
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1909.
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack  Line  and  V. V.   and  __.  Cloverdale to   Suinas Railway.
LONDON DETECTIVES TO
PROTECT RUSSIAN CZAR
Feared   That   Attempt   Will   Be   Made
on   His   Life   During   His   Visit
*o  England.
A
Sealed lenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for
Tost OUice and Customs Fittings at
Lailysmtih, B. C, Public Building/'
will be received until _-.;;u p.m, on
Monday, June 21, 1909, for the work
mentioned. Tenders will not be considered unless made upon and in accordance with the conditions contained in forms furnished 'hy Department.
Plans and specitications may be
seen on application to Mr. Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building, Lady-
smi'tli, B. C, and at the Department
of Public Works, Ottawa.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESS1ER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  May 27, 19(_.
Pretty Parasols
A FEW  MORE OF THE
15c
SIZE JUST  ARRIVED.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED   SONGS    OF    THE    VERY
HIGHEST CLASS.
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH  DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults    10c-
J. M. COMPTOM, Manager
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Msyers & Preston
Offlc*, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phons 105.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
SATES:
Room $1  p.r day up.
Room  and  board $2.50 per day up.
F-oom  with   bath $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water steam heat, long distance telephone. !3us meets all trains and boats
CARLETON  GILBERT,  MgT.
London, June :;o.���The bead officials
of  Scotland   Yard  make no  secret  Ol I
th|_. fact  that  they regard tire visit ot I
the czar to this country with greater I
anxiety than that, of any other Buno-
jp&an  Boverign.  The  must extraordinary precautions have been ordered for
I liis majesty's safety, while he is here,
iand   tins   throws   a   great   amount  ol'
.work upon the heads Of the detective,
'staff.    While the Russian yacht  is Off
|Cowes  ir will   be  Impossible  tor any
unauthorized person to get anywhere I
Ineair   it,   and   torpedo  destroyers  and
other small craft will be employed to
keep  guard.    The  large anarchist col- j
ony of Russians in London, which has I
migrated   from   the  Boho  district   to
Totoenham, win  he kepi   under very
careful supervision.   Already sum,, i"
detectives have been told off to keep
a careful  eye upon certain  Buspioous
characters and  their movements
Protest Against Visit.
London, June HO.���The members of
the Labor party in the House of Commons   have   issued   a  manifest,   protesting against  the approaching visit
of   the   c_ar   to   King   Edward      The
manifesto disavows  the h-ast enmity
I to the people of Russia, and declares
I that  the  Russian administration  has
..become blacker and bloodier the lasi
I two or three yeans, and citing tiguires
lof  imprisonments  and  executions   .x-
| claims:    'Did   Abdul   Hamid   ever  do
worse?'"
EVAPORATED CREAM
Nature's  food for the weak as well as for the
strong is pure milk.   The acme of purity and
excellence iu milk products is St. Charles Uiv-
sweetened Ev��-pori_ted Cre��_m.    It is not
merely the best infant food. 3
It is also the best food
mothers.    It is better than
ordinary milk or cream for all
For many purposes  it   is   vastly
It is made on scientific principles,
will keep forever, and  is  always  pure.    It
never curdles.   You take no chances
when you use St. Charles Cream.
Handsome booklet of valuable information to
mothers ami nurses sent FREE upon application.
Sold by 'Best Grocers EtJeryUihere.
ST.  CHARLES   CONDENSING   COMPANY,
purpose-
superior.
Ingtraoll. Ont.
Putlic Market
Market Clerk D, E. Mackenzie
Open 8 a. m, to 6 p.m. Fridays 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Pkone   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
PRASER  VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Keen's Stall
for
BEDDING PLANTS
VEGETABLES, HERBS.
D
avies
&s
on
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and Bedding Plants.
Monk's Stall
for
Fish and Came
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
THE  NOSLE  LORD  KICKS
A  WAITER  DOWNSTAIRS
London, June 30.���Lord lirooke, eldest son and heir of Uhe Earl and
Countess of Warwick, must appear
ais defendant in bha Westminster police coinrt. A summon.-, against ms
lordship was grauted yesterday on
complaint of his butler. Lord Brooke
returned home tipsy m' 11 o'clock on
Thursday night, the sutler said m
asking for a warrant. Without the
slightest provocation he abused, then
attacked the butler, badly blackened
his eye and knocked bim down a
flight of stairs.
"His lordship seemed to think he
was fighting in Africa again,' tne
butler complained. ln the morning,
to continue the wounded servitor -
story in court, Lord Brooke explained
to him that lie hod received a letter
that night which slightly ruffled his
tempar, and offer.,d a verbal apology
and a cash salve for the black eye.
"But 1 want redress," saJd the butler,
demanding the summons. I've been
ln his hardship's service only about a
fortnight, and this ts tlu> second time
his lordship has knock-1 m. down.
It s too much of a good thing."
Easter-brook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7.25  per  Bbl-
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR    $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
. RONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone >3S.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12.. &
up.
Silver   Watches,   gents'   open   fac.
��6.00.
8llver Watches, gents' open case
97.50 up.
Agent for Walthsm and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Tv��  door* ham  Gee. Adam*. Grocer
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
MANUFACTURERS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Bullet Was Too Real.
Los Angeles, Cai., June ��'>������- Uy-
slclan- at the receiving hospital announced today that Jack Vernon, uie
Grand theatre actor, who was shot
during the performance of a melodrama, on Saturday night, win recover from his Injuries, '.hid presence of
a bullet in the supposst-d blank cartridge remains unexplained.
The shot, which struck Veruon >n
the ripht hand and ploughed its way
to hig shoulder, was fipetl from across
the stage, and narrowly misted the
beads of several thesipians who w ire
on the board during the scene.
MUTTON, VEAl, PORK
Fresh   Pork   Sausage,  dally.      t
Best  of Fsrmer's  Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY I ANDERSON       Columbia St.
Nice and Healthy There.
Chicago, Jun. 30.���Hundreds ot persons suffering with leprosy are allowed to wander unrestricted through
tiie island of Cuba, according to a
soatement Just Issued by Dr. Mat bias
Duquo, secretary of health und chiu-
ities of the Island. The statement
was given out in Chicago by L VaiUn
Cuban consul in Chicago. It tells of
the phenomenal success o| the Qhb8_
government in suppressing the disease of yellow fever, malaria and iihe
like, -imili.ir steps arc to bo taken
at once for the suppression of leprosy
and   tuberculosis,
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE        DAILY NIVS
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST  ARRIVED.
For Wheat,  Barley, Oats, Chops,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay,
etc., ask us.      We will see that  you   get  It  promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. _
Phone 335.
TD.
186 COLUMBIA STREET.        p. o. Drawe.  100.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they havejtaken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.]
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVES, Local Manager.
COLUMBIA  8TREET.    PHONE   101. ������,.   JULY 1, 19��9-
thUrsoay. jui-t
1 i-    1. AILY   NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
A
Good Thing is Sara to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
PASTOR GETS EVIDENCE
AliAINST SEATTLE SALOONS
(Mapls Leaf
Label)
i- favor every day.   Our oatput lB��t year was double the
h ea,nm . '�� ���*��\he most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
,in_
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.
TORONTO
COLONIZATION ON AN
ENTIRELY NEW SYSTEM
,e* ^a+++++++++***h*******haa++++++++++++++++*++++l
Electric Railway Service j
- ���_^���_���������-______________ t
City   Lme:   Cars   leave   tram ���
office on the hour, twenty min- 2
Utei   after,   and   forty    minutes *
after, commencing at 0:2b a  m
Sapperton Lme: Curs leave
at ten minutes alter ihe hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 0:30
a   m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8.30 a. rn. and 11. p. tn.
Interurban
Line.
c
Vancouvi
r   and
way
,    .     villi   run
i  every
half
m   5:50
a.  in.
La-it
it ll
p.  in.
eavi    V
'ancouver at
t
leave   the    depot    every
i Inutes    for   both   Sap
,_ ; i ty limits over the
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
meeee***4444444+++++++++++++++44++++++++++++++++++
Under   Authority   of   Ministerial   Fed-
eratlon  He Visits Hotels and Gath.
ers Incriminating Testimony.
Seattle, Wasi:-. June  ;
rlty  of   the   Mini I I      ra
Bi attle   It   ��� iii Ward,
of   the   Mi tho i it   Protestant
it as   head   ,._
ii.'oo Ot foil.- pa&tors lias been
.- th,- uptown erl . .. I ca_. _
i   collect i il -vi i : secur-
, i  the names ol   v, li a, . \  will
���   ii,. aii the i that
come   under th i.   i Ion
Oth r places  wlll   bi    .. .    1 and  the
algn    carrie 1     into    prai ticaily
i .ni>   cale  in  the  ci ���   ��hi -.    Iquor
"i-i io girls and young -
lu bl    perm in on    'I v   -        i irds
of Vouth" last Sun,lay, Rev. v.     ] I -
terred  to the sights be said  hi   and
t-ho  in. - ol   the  commit!      wil
uess..| while iiii their tour ol Investigation All members of ;rti committee say th y are prepare 1 to I
��� ,,..,.,i upon
'I he ministerial i- deration, ,,: whlcb
Mi Ward is president, n presents the
affiliated orthodox churches ol the1
cltj
Mr. Ward said In bis Bermon that'
the committi-,. was actuated bj a de-
sir to Bave ..io,, girls and working
girls, many o_ whom he said the com-
mlttee saw In the uptown grllla In
such an advanced state of intoxication that they wer- carried out by
their young escorts, pliable and helpless. The restricted district was only
an  incident'.]  pha.s,-  of his discourse.
Corrpany    is    Formed    to    Bring    Hoi
landers to  Northwest  on   Novel
Conditions.
iry,  Alta    June     '���-  A     com-
1        viiii. or.   u zed here to form
a of H   ... -! its  mod
o      o    lm.-  i-   unique.
aci  of  land   will    .      rchased
ii Bow river valley and -      i Hoi-
wlll   be  settled   on
after  I - ��� ng  ha |  thei]   lareB
paid   on   lrom   Holland.   Kaeh   family
Will       .���    Sllpjil . ,i    ... I ,||    llolSl'S     ���   ���
ents,   buildings,   and   all    tne
oih. r requisites   ol   a.   Ideal
farm
For '��� 'i years the head ol each family will be employed .- thi company
al  currenl   wages,  while the  produce
0 the rann will be sold for the i>--uel'it
01 the company, Bach settler will be
required uo cultivate 1 lu acres of nis
quarter Bection and tbe remaining 20 Vancouver, H
acres tne maj i vote to bis own use
and In this way it is anticipated hi
will be abl. io save his entire wages
WE   ARE    READY   TO    SHCW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than It is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bui!t with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point, to sum,, others
that need repairs all the time.
But Ihey were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
[Form   No.  9.]
LAND  ACT.
[Form  N'o. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Form of Notice.
District  Of   Ooasl   Range One.
Take notice that O  li. Anderson, ol      Take notice that James Watson, ot
C    occupation, jeweler.   Vancouver,  ii.  C, occupation,  1.inner,
intends to apply    tor    permission i<> Intends to apply tor permission to pur-
nurcbase    the    following     des...ind chase the following described lands:
|.U1(... Commencing at a post  planted on
A, the expiration of the ten years! Commencing at a post planted in a the^orU^et shore of Owlttsg.
the sv-iM- has the option ot purchaa small bay on north * bore ol Ben-y is- ^^^SL^fSSlS
tagthe tarn,  and   buildings   at  thei.   ^. dated ^ft^J^^ more or less.
The I loll.ui,Ier- ar,. expert lace, linen, cheese and butter makers, and ll
is expected B number of these industries will start up in connection Wl _
ih,. colony.
1100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
JAMES  WAT--...,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
FARM   HAND   FALLS   HEIR
TO  ENGLISH   BARONETCY
[Form  No,  9.]
LAND ACT.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
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1 Summer   Reading j
������Thr   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.   Paul  to
Winnipeg, June 30.���Joseph Brough,
a young Englishman working as a
farm   hand   at!   Alexander,   Manitoba,
has   fallen   heir   to  a   baronetcy     in      	
Eugland and also an estate valued at  intends to apply for permission to pur-
��75.000.    Baron  Chittan,  for such is  cuase t_je  following described  lands
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One,
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of _t^\; appl. fo."^SaStShts to pur
\ ancouver,,    B.    C, oceupation, lady,  fthaSf> fhm toUowllllr de.scrihed lands:
Form of Notice.
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, lady,
:
:
All the latest Books in stock, and a new shipment
of the Seaside Library and English 6d Novels
New Copyright   Fiction $1.25 and .1-50
Popular  Cosyrights,  Cloth-bound     75
Popular Copyrights,  Paper bound 35c
Engli.h 6d.  Novels 20e, 3 for 50c
Seaside   Library    15c, 2 for 25c
his name, reaves sJiortly for the Old
Country to claim  his fortune.    Solicitors of the family have written Brough
Chicago, "Short   Line,"   Omaha    to|aarj have sent him sufficient' money to
Chicago,    "South     West    Limited" I travel   home  in  a  style  befitting his
Kansas City to Chicago.
I new position.
j       TODHUNTER & BURR
t    Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
��� Successor, to J. J. MACKAY1 Sl CO.
��������+��.��.��...
.No trains in the service on any
railroad in tbe world that equal ln
Equipment tbat of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence ut
service not -obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. AId��r Poland, Or
M_^_M_M-_-_a-M-M-W-_��_^��-M_-W��B>--l-M_-_B_i
MAKE YOUR APKcAl to the public
through the columni of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
Has "ROBIN HOOD'��� the Flour that is Different-
been used in your home yet?   You should start now.
Don't put off trying this wonderful new flour.
Bargain Sale
CHILDREN'S  AND  LADIES'
Hats and Mil'
i      linery
THE  LATEST STYLES ALL GOING
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of KlaoUsis island, a
small  island  south of Turner island.
Date,,  .,une  6th    1909.    Applying  for  ���g"-   ��� "^^VieTs
the whole island,    40 acres more or ��� ��
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest island ln the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 196W.
Applying  for the whole island,  con-
less.    ^	
DORA ANDERSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent-
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
BERGETA AN_t_RSON,
Pea: S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Connor and McQuarrie
261 COLUMBIA 8TREET.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
The define'  is
your   hus-
a nappu-r
Every woman Is proud of her cooking sue. eM**
band tHls you that tbe nread or the pastry   "Ib  simply
daj  ihau usual for you.     Haven't you found -t so?
Now, to get the best success In Jour baking you must u.e the best flour.
There is a great rsrle-y in hour, far greater than most women think. There
In difference In wh**t, dlnVrenc.. In machinery, difference ln metho! and in
knowledge of milling. This all results in difference ln the flour, tn. tinai
product.
"ROBIN HOOD" Flour ttm+9 mos -tir-ly how groat a dlfforeuo�� there
can be between the best flour a_d poorer flours. It la made of the oest
Saskatchewan wheat. Our equipment is the newest and most modern in
Canada Our experience In flour making ls such that we know how to
avoid the mistakes and take advantage of the best improvements in Due
milling industry.
"ROBIN HOOD" Flour has dellglitod all who have used It in Canada.
For one thing it absorb* more moisture titan other flours. Don't forget
this when preparing your dough. Tlie loaf made from "ROBIN HOOD"
Flour Is light, fliik.-y, beautifully sweet, and most nutritious. It is the finest
loaf your husband, your children or you yourself can eat.
More than that "ROBIN HOOU" Flour Is sold under a positive guarantee, lf by any chance you are dissatisfied after you have baked twice
with It, your grocer ls authorised to refund your money. Could we show
gre&ted oonftedencs in "ROBIN HOOD" Flour?
Give "ROBIN HOOD" Flour a lair trial and ilont forget to nol,. tn.-
��� tT.'i't of adding more water than you use with other Hours
ROBIN HOOD" flour is the flour that is making
a sensation in western Canada. AH over the west it
is being talked about. The question neighbors are
asking today is: "Are you using that new ROBIN
HOOD FLOUR?"
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
I
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER   VlCTOHIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
��� S.S Pri-_<i6��- Victoria leaves Vancouver 11 p.m.', ��tttnt direct to Seattle  dailv except  We'__M_*y.
S.S.   Charmer   leaves   f��ncouver   l
p.m., daily for Victoria.
SS.   Princess  Charlotte  leave,' Vsn-j
couver, 10 am. daily, except Frraly.
or Victoria.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice t_at Frank Jacotwon,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permlssloB
to  purchase   the following describe*
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
intends to  apply   for  permission   to .
purchase    the    following      .escribed   aIVas- __.,____._
_Jjl^a. Commencing at a post planted la
Commencing at a post planted in * "^l ^ ��\n0rth_ ?"%�� **_!?
hay at northwest    corner of   Davies ls'�����- . D^ J��ne **, �������    ,*>
���   . plying for the whole island, containing 80 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Par S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June -th, 1909.
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less.
IOH>* OLSEN,
Per S. H. F.0RD, Agent.
Dated June, ��*, 1909.
[Form NO.  ..]
CANQ A6T,
[Form No. 9.] ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^
LAND ACT. * 1_> _ i��J
  Form of Notice.
Form of Notice, i   District of Coast Range One.
District of Coast Range One. |   Take notice that Adolph O.  John-
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson, son, of Vancouver, B. C-, ?C���J�����.U'
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far- farmer, intends to apply for perm"��-
mer Intends to apply for permission sion to purchase the following ae-
to  purchase  the  following described gcrUwd lands:
'���/.. ��� ;    Commencing at a post planted on
Commencing at a post planted ott the nonh shore of Crib Island. Date*
the southeast shore in a small bay on June 6th. 1909. Applying for ��e
Compton island. Dated June 4th, .whole island, containing 90 acres
1909.     Applying for the whole island, more or ��** lOHNSON   ~*��
containing 80 acres more or less. ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
^^ Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent-
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA     ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New "Westminster ev_ry Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on VKed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
e-ach month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA AOUTE.
PVl*_s8e  Royal,  i,..ave>,  Vancouver
line 3."' and July 9.
Princess     May     leaves     Vancouv-.r
June  18 mmi July 2.
RALPH  JACOBSON,
Per S, H, FQRD, Agent.
__ted June Ith, IMlB.
_��� i  > *   ���_���____���_���
[Forni K'o. 9.]
tAND ACT.
rtW. Of Ndtice.
District of coittrt Range (he.
Take notice that Jacob JacobSOn,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated, June 4th. 1909. Applying for
the whole island, containing 80 acres
more or less,
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909
Dated Ju_.e 6th, 1909,
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this ofllce,
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland July 2
Empress  of  Britain    July  16
For other dates and particulars ap-
NORTHttRN B. C. ROUT_. jpurcluise     the
Princess BeatltOa leaves Vancouver .lands:
June i'i and July 3. I   Commencing
[Form No  9.)
LAND ACT.
Forni of Notice.
ln'_ I riot   Of  Coast   Range One.
Take  notice  nhAt  Alben   Hunt, ot
Vancouver   It.  C,  occupation   farmer.
Intends   to apply    for permission to
following
iply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Ik
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
a
described |
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.   Queen   City   lertves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and ewry two weeks
thereafter,
FRASER RIVEW.
S.S.  Beaver.
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m:
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Th<#-d-y
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations   and    Information
call  or uddreSu
ED. GOULKT,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintend-nt   victoria.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
^^^^^^^^^ it a lxist planted in
hay on north shore of __e_s Island,
one of the Anderson group. Hated
June 8th, 1909, Applying tor the
whole Island, containing 160 acres
moiv or less.
ALBERT HUNT,
Pe.   S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, salesman, Intends to apply for permission
to   purchase   the   following   described
lafids:
Commencing at a posl planted on
the north shore of John island, an island between Kees Island and Davies
island. Dated, June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 60 acres mow or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Par S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 0th; 1909,
5���Asylum. |
li���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth,
8���Royal Avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth Avenue aud Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's  Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
16���Royal Columbian hospital.
23���Queen's Avenue and  Sixth.
24���Third Avenue and Second.
25���Fifth Avenue and Fourth.
26���Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
27���Third Avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake'Machine Works.,
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small & Bticklin Mills.
THE HOME PAPER
Is  the Paper  That  Print?  AU
the     Home     News.
The     Dally    News
10c   a   Week.
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f:,.   "."',i-.��� PAGE EIGHT.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY, JULY  1, 1909.
Something
Special
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
*+++++++++++++++++++++++++i
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*   WE
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ARE      HEADQUARTERS
FOR
LINEUP CHANGED       |
FOR TODAY'S GAME
I CAMPERS' SUPPLIES!
OUR       STOCK       CF
STOVES.  ETC.   IS COMPLETE.
NOW   IS   THE   PROPER   TIME
TO   PREPARE.
Neither Punk Wintemute
Nor Jack Bryson Will Play
in Vancouver.
X Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
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sal.
Neither Wlntemute nor Bryson wiii
play in the exhibition game in Vancouver today. Bryaon is at present
in bed, Buffering from the effects or
^ .over-exertion in the Tecumseb game,
��� while Wlntemute also was too liiucu
4 done out in Tuesday's match to he
it  io take the held today.
The places of the two absent play-
rs will  be taken bj   C.  Latham and
Grumpy   Spring,  and   the    team   wlll
line  up as follows:
ilruy, goal; lialln'aiili. point; T.
Gifford, cover pulnt; ,1. Giftoi'U, first
defence; U Rennle, second defeuce;
T. Rennle, third defence; W. Tumuli, centre: C. Spring, third home;
C. LiUham, second home; A. Turn- '.
bull, tii-. In.me; L. Turnbull, outside,
and G. Spring, inside borne,
The lineup was decided upon al a ,
meeting of the management oi the j
club held yesterday afternoon. It
will be noted that although-Doughey
Spring and Bill Tui'nliull are both
playing, Turnbull is retained at een
in- where he played on Tuesday, ami
Spring ai third hom,-. Turnbull
made good on Tuesday, and i.i the
event of Pat Feeney's being iiuable
lo take lht. lield aga'n this year, il is
proijable Unit Uill wlll be kepi permanently in -his new  position.
Latham  has  not  been  on   the  field
now  for some time.      He  has, .however,  been turning out regularly  with
of   the team, and is in good shape.
Grumpy Spring at inside home will
have a hard place. ln Saturday's
game, .however   he demonstrated  his
J. H. TODD'S
Big  Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Don't   forget   J.   H.   Todd
musical instruments continues all this
week.     The store will be open every
���..veiling.       Those     wanting     musical
Instruments at great bargains do not j ability to give as good as lie received
fail to attend this sale. |l'rom players twice his own size, and
|there are no doubts as to _s being
|able to hold down his new job-
j With the exception of ihe two men
(who are .'aid off, the team is feeling
in surprisingly good shape after Tuesday's game, and feel confident that
I they can more than hold their own
,against  Vancouver.
j The players admit that ihey arc
stiff, and "on that account expect that
Ithe first will be for them the worst
pf the four quarters.
"\Y. -��hau't get limbered up until
I lhe end of the first quarter,' said one
lot the players yesterday, "bin once
we get going 1 think that we can hold
!Vancouver all right."
Only the fact that the men are in
perfect shape enaules t'l^1" '�� ue 'n
I condition lor today's gam., after two
; matches like those of Saturday and
i Tuesday.
The officials for today are President
I Lynch  of  the  Westminster  club,  referee, with   Matt Barr of    Vancouver
I judge of play.
The team will gather in Vancouver
at the Commercial hotel, where they
I are requested to put hi an appearance
I not later than 2 o'clock. They limy
jlsecure their tickets at Ryall's drug
stofe, at any time after 10 in ihe
i merning.
The game will start at three o'clock
;and wiii be preceded by a match he-
! tween the Vancouver and Vicoria ju-
|niors. tl will be played at Recreation park.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
i
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and     Illustrated
Songs.
BOWLING
1        THE LATEST HITS OF THE
| SEASON. ���., ���,_,_..
lhe  results ol  uie games between
Jones and  Daj  and  Purdj  nnd W'inte-
Program   changed    Monday,    \\ ea-   unite  were as tollows:
ini .day   and  Friday.    Special   matinee j 1.        2.     II.   Tot.
for ladies  and children  Saturdays at   Day 91      77     87     256
12:30 p. m. Jones 75     71      7-     218
���?o+o+u+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+ o*o��o��o��o*c>��oo*o��o*o*o��o*o
Totals.
Purdy    ..
Wintemute
,166 lis 158 47!
1. 2. 3. Tot,
, 7s si 83 -1-
,.68 79 84 -Hi
LADIES:
Vi'e have a large and up-to-date assortment of girls' and miss
es' di* ssea  in  size-  up  to 16 years.      Prices from 75c Up.
Ladies blouses ranging up to $3.65 to clear at, each'
Totals lit;    160    167     47:;
This Is the closest  game so far ta
the league, Veing a ti,- game. An
extra frame was rolled resulting In 8
win for .lones and  Day by on,, pin.
The July schedule will be published
In   .Monday   morning's  paper.
95c
I .  BURNS & CO.
THE WHITE MOUSE
From this dal.- our drivers leave
cast and west, lirsi trip ut S;;l(i u.ui..
anil second trip al 10:30 a.m. sharp.
All orders placed before these hours
will he guaranteed prompt delivery,
and all meats on time. Pleas,, be
sure  to send  orders varly.
Afternoon delivery. 2 p.m. and IV!"
p.m.  sharp.
^���C*0*0��040*C)0*0^0*040*.^0*0��0*0��0��0*00��C*0��C��C*0*Ol _,   P- SS?!?!!-*,?"''      '
per E. C,   I KAVES, Manage.
I    dune 21. 1909.
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street-
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    $14,400,000.00,
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and |
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
TJ. S. A��� and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tr-..    At-sets over $168,000,000.1)0.
WE'.'   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
*++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
[Sapperton j
Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to      +
i F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
THIS STORE CLOSES AT 5:30 P. M.
LADIES' NEW
Shirt Waists
SPECIAL LINES
WHITE   LINEN
SHIRT WAISTS,
$1.75  EACH
Jusi in���21 only, ladies' tailored
shirt waists of line firm linen, made
with nicely tucked front, and lni-.n
collars and cuffs- Sizes III to 12
inches. Special price this week,
each   $1.75
FANCY TAILORED WAISTS,
$2.50 EACH.
Ladies' tail6red waists in 'he new
popular styles; made of fine, fancy
vesting with embroidered collar and
ruffs.     Sizes  I'.I   to  40.       Each   .$2.50
INTERESTING  HOSIERY   NEWS.
Our constant endeavor is to procure
hosiery suitable for all women and
children. If you have Ibeen unable
to obtain the kind you want else
where probably we can supply your
needs  here.
SPECIAL OUT SIZE
HOSIERY.
Ladies' out size black cotton hose
in fast color, natural sole; siz,- :, 1-2
and 10 in perfectly shaped toot. Per
pair 50c
Plain black out size cotton hose, in
perfect fast black, sizes 9 1-2 and 10
inches.      Per pair 40c
OUT  SIZE
LISLE  HOSE
Fasl black lisle hose, plain only;
sizes 8 1-2 to 10 inches. Per pair
only       50c and  60c
A   SPECIAL  TODAY,
5  PAIR   FOR  $1.00.
Ladies' plain cotton hose. The
best line of cot ion hose you can buy
for the money. A special ibuylng opportunity enables us to give such
value as this. Shown in black, tan
and white. Sizes s 1 2 to 10 inches.
5 pair for $1.00
NEW   ETON
AND TURNOVER
LINEN COLLARS
I 1
FINE GAUZE
LISLE HOSE
3 PAIR  FOR $1.00
Ladles' line llermsilorf dyed black
gauze lisle hose for ladles. Sizes 8 1-2
to 10 inch s.    Per pair, 35c, 3 for $1.00
\ tl. w lot of these popular collars
just arrived. Plain linen turno. r
collars, embroidered collars, plain
and round corner Eton and Rugby
collars;     sizes    12     1-2  LO   It     inches.
Each 20c to 35c
300   LADIES'   STRAW   SAILORS.
ON   SALE  50c  EACH
Special reductions for this week In
tm endeavor to reduce our large stock
of these sailors. in the lot are fine
.md heavy SAILORS. MISSES GALA-
TEAS, CHILDREN'S WASH HATS,
LADIES' SUNBONNETS, ETC. Regular values G5c, 75c to $1.... AH
one   price,   each    50c
See our small show window.
NEW   STAMPED
LINENS.
Can you not find time during the
camping trip to do a bit of fancy
work? Many hours might be profitably spent In this way.
We suggest to those women who
nre fortunate enough to have lhe time
at  home  the working of sonic of 'he
PLAIN   CUFFS,
25c PER  PAIR
Nurses'  plain  cuffs,
and sttii'iu.    Per pair
heavy
weigh!
25c
simple
doylies,
blouse
.lulKltS
signs.
terns,
stamped   linen   Centre   pieces.
table cov..rs, etc., or linen
fronts, corset covers, collars,
in   eyelet   or,     Wiilliichian   ile-
A splendid range of new pat-
EMBROIDERY   SILKS
AND  PERI   LUSTA

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