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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMlNSTtH    n   -
.11.  I   Vi MHEl
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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Rf,. C. W.
ARRIVES TODAY
USJMINSTI.it. Ii. C, SAT-Klr.y  MOKMN'i;, JUNE 26, 190'J.
ISI I.*.AtiY II) HAVE
BEAUTIFUL PARK
FIVE CENTS PER C0P1 ���_���
  _���
Incumbent of Queei'
;... nue Method ��� Chun I
i.    Brilliant Record.
Co.
--   Beauty   Spot
��� - ���    Mum
OBStHVAllON CARS
BUILT AT B.C..1 SHOP
V
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act. : ���
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New Cara Begin Service Today Will lie an Aid to
Visitors.
COUNCIL REFUSES      |���vt_ to ladysmith
SUBDIVISION PLANS   m B1 F0UML tlip
All NOW READY    f
EOR BIG MATCH
Two
��� - -
from 'ii.. de-
Int. nd. nl     Diiaooll,   of
Municipality of Burnaby
Falls Foul of Real Estate
Dealers.
Westminster   Rovers    Play    the    First
Game of Series on  Island Today���
T^o   Senior   Men   Absent.
Af' ; .. .  b. ason  v..- .
mln ������ ��� iv..'.-rs football t.-am, having
Several real <��� tate firm, iir       i   :   oome   ���  ond .:. the I. -.- i.   chai
in Burnabj   propertj   aud  tbe council   sh p   and   won  tho  Mainland  bonoi
Team and Officials Chosen
Yesterday-How the Men
Will Line Up.
���
1 '���     '���       ���   i - . in Vancouvei
a Victoria       1
-'���      ��� kind to tM
:  -. ��� ' ��� d an
���
,,d. -
...   the eei L_ aMociation
the B   '    |    a. cai  shops, will tn- put '** "'���i' munlclpalll} an, a: present al  travels toda) ���<> L   I
Lo assist
lng '.. . tr, in
��� - will attend the Minto
:,.,   a :- ii ...    thi    ���     '""������'" obtains ������  in  British  I ���   im- -1   '
d.> -".:,   ',;   certain  acreage  property
in  the muni. Ipal t)       1���,,._  pr, ;
aai  ���   ,    ���     iome 'lm.
tm. i   n  qu. stlon  and  he |  I
es.
i   order io render ii th. m i- ... I
I.      . .1 ll       .,.     .       Q
bla, t,,,. ei .. i Is (he Brlt-
lab    Columbia    io..' ��      ��� ,p.      i am
games tnl     ��� i      . ,.
.inly :ird a'   Moo |    equal>���   f Qneeo
���:.:..       ���    ., .aiii'-.l    'I
���   a in.  from th    Six h street
Trainer Orani accompanying mi m  to.
Gilbert.
������. -. rowi   -'-..-    .   . .���:...'      .   - ������   .���'���'���-:��� wiHi two ,,-.   three entbu
winning
I
I!   \
-
��� ���,.*'��� ��� : ��� e of of these lo*
lor Tlie   Bfl
fifty   jr.:    ��� i wo     The plan being to sell v.. to  wil- ���'*' wi'''"n* Barbaree In goal and
Johnston, forward  bu! otherwise the
are strong and oon! ,,:  sta eea.
Tin- r.'-ain is: Goal, Chambers;
backs, Bruce and Lyons; half backs.
Craig    BI ���"��� ��� forward.,,
Brisbane Shawcross, Khrby, (.lockhart and Caydzien iv f. ree, Lock-
sl-y. of Victoria
A.  Turnbull,
I',, k> .ing.
The Field.
Gray.
Qalbra th
Adam -
G. Rennle
Oreen.
C, Spring.
l'-,->-i.
U. Spring.
Ions.
T. Rennle
qv
Win:.     , a
R.i'iir <���..'
U Turnbull
Graydon
Ury .��u
Kinsman,
W. C.  T.  U.
*'���"���" re placed 'spa .   to      lots  with  onlj   a thi
���   '    ���..-- widen thr._-f._ot    frontage     were    provided
n the   o   .:..iry   cars, giving wi.-n   the   subdividing   w-_
���-. to the pas - -.. ������     i be out.
''                                                     -     At tl.- meUng of ihe Burnabv coun-
Observation < mi tlt|d last month Um -.
��� _      Wrought Iron rai] labtnitted.   The councillors   bo
-    ':,1"u 'refu>ed to endorse them, cl il     ..  II
Th��  can pr-e-ni  ,-. handeome ap- was ridiculous  k, Bubdlvlde  a. -
''  '""-''     " ���      ���       '��������� '���'���''��� pi ,  rtj  In ., * iv, *nv .
"      :           ""                     '���        eclal parties 1 .j ty     Lou  oi ilsei   11
-'     ftev 1 cenery of    thin was bold,   were suited  onlj   foi
������ : ; ' city, whereas the property ��-.-,.   -������ .
  '   ��� in VI ind Westmin _.t,._ In the oountrj    l   was mor.    ���
'���'   ��� ������-'��� '   ' Oth. pointed oui that tbe exist. ��� ich
��� : * _ma_l  divisions  of land   might   -������*.���   "'"'���' ���'--  ���'fore thf"  *"""������ ; '���'      K)'-'  U*   Westminster  team  It
nd* to retard tbe developmem of the mu   menr ":' Monday aft-rnoon next    Th.   be noted that ("frump.   Spring is play-
���        th.   -hops if-   ��� .   -. ,.,,.;   uty. organization wi;i take this holiday on ing on th*. home.      For Hie last  tew
I extra bands are being       .. . eting of tbe council  held  account of the number of ladl. - I       ll iias lain between young Bprtng
���   ed       Order,   tar  over   thirty _as. evening   word was reci redfrom  wi" he ftbseni during the hot I   Bill  Turnbull,  with  tbe chsncea
��� n        iced    diiri'i_  the tbe   rea    estate  firms  in o  ':'-      Meetings    will   be   resumed   in seemingly in favor o;  Tinn'miH's tak-
of    freight   and  Hat the effeci thai   since tbe munici   illtj   3.   tern - - the place, Yesterday, however, it
RAIN RELEASES
.AST TPEASURE
V v   the   Indiana   an.]   the  Batmoa
ii- II     completed their arrangementa
  for the big gam�� yeaterday aftern i   i.
Last    Mee.mg    Next    Monday   Before  ___,   ,y.  ^l:iiaons  a^crtbed above ai a
Summer   Holidays. (   .h;lt wil]  b_  uk>...    y  .^
Th-  \V.  C.  T   V.   Wlll  bold    v .       -..   afternoon.
w ,1
Kill
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f
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I
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��� nt   or
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CANADA MUSI HAVE
HER OWN NAVY
INTERPLEADER   ACTION
Con*plicated Case  Ar.j.ng Out of  Lien
For Wages.
nlahei   Inl      ���   d.    actli ���   ���
Tl... council  is awaiting the  results   '- A paper will be rea: M  -
of t.1,'   decision  <>l  the Burveyo
era]  wHh  the greatest  in-rset.
A.  M    Herring, and   is  sure  to  ;.-,,.-
attra. -  .,
REV    C    W    BROWN
i
�����'   k* ��l��o gained
.. Ua  Pita, b ��� f ������
,     :.       .      ,      ���
le    | v
:. .,...-���       i
important
Montreal.
v '      pn   .-v  Ui are  bad refused to sanction" the subdlvla-     The  principal  business on   M i finally i!-cided to give tne plaice
���   ������   ear   nude,   construction at the  ions     -. -   phua  would   be  submitted   will   be  to arrange    for  thr-   ga 3pring, be being In slightly better
over *.:.    heada ot the council, to the party, and a reception to Mrs. Scov ion  to ..tand thp Ion*.. gnteiiin_;
jwhen she reaches the city in a shorl  game than Bill
Th.-- Tecnmaeta nre taking the Hi id
in much the order that had been expected from the tirst.
The managements of the two el��tbe
��� -������- .'.ay afternoon and joinvy
made tlie final arrangements in i*��
gard to die "'fficials. A_ had tieen ex-
pected Lionel Yorke was appointed
referee, with Tom O'Connel of Mom-
real, judge of play. O'Conn.l arrived in town yesterday morning and
expressed himself as perfectly *vat =-
fied with the arrangement.
The timekeepers are Fred. Hambi-y
frr tin- Tecumsehs, and J. .1. Johnstcm.
for  New   West mi aster.      The  penaJt.
��� l tbe attention   of
;.ludg-    Howay  yesv I I
Hi* Honor
Tbe  Int-r-
UNClE   SAM   BUMPS
ENVELOPE   BUSINESS.
Uu-dlo.   N.   V .   June     23.���How   to
nai l/i'itging Oompsoy were : i-top i'm-lt Sam from conducting such
r,     I       (��   Rrrwfoiir  Mol.i__'tlR��    nd T   s   Aanandsi.   defendan sa extensive envelope buslneae, fa tbe
...    w.       .        iului   im.iim.-_   . .  m .^ gat Qt 0h> in mbiCB problem with    which    the American
.i.t_m_i.i    .it Ann.inda!,. was pltiin'if.   ,. slnsi L I v Envelope   tfaanfacturers'   association
. uutiiKiit    d.L u   SinU,   a!Ml gheriff  Armstrong, gar- '* work'ng her-  today.     The assocla-
nlabee ij-majmn   organized   recently   in  Chi-j
D   b   logging  ramp,  ani   l>. ��� cago   ami   today',   meeting     was   tne
��� v* to his workpeopl. "'    >"irt' organising.     A large nunr j
v.meni   under  tbe  Wood- ber of  manufacturers    were present
,��� .   uen  act.   the  aberifl   biding Becretary Doria in discussing th-.- ob-
moneys  from    -..!.��� sal.   of a Jecta of the meeting, said:
..-ntri.-n:   oBoefl   h.                   .              , ..,   ,, jlich  ),ail   ;���,;i   ..-izd      "We are simply endeavoring to lor-
. ������!,     Mr   Brodeu ,     Ikw     paving    th��*    men  their BBlate  some  efrecthv  plans  for  re-
.    ., :,. ,_nii tuherl. wagen      The  International    Logging m. dying   th,- condition*   which  exist
.   v.. v , .   .* -���   bad   _;r��l  a  piece of  log- as a result of the constan
Th.-     ii.;..v machinery   to   Scott   for  which tinuous exien-sion
MIDNIGHT SEARCH
DISCLOSES NOTHING
Divers Go Further Than Pre-
V.-r ���-> i    June :.'
'.' alatertal c*r��e-
k .       _
....
.
i -   .
. >..jin-iit dlvinea wh
._ the U''
Tl,.      l.i Mr
���  '   . II
���
���    Mi
'.     pastoral * al
Rx. I.-    .,n     M ' h ���
, ond   ..-, ��� i
,i   mark. I *-   ���'���       ���     '-   ' ; sum'
��� ���   - ^ ' " "   ' ' ��� T T'^:
���    uu-  ��""! -��'' ��P   '   ' . '      .     "
,..      .    ...   ..-���:,,!  , , anadlai     lavj
w .,    -i li the    Bi-1    ��� ���     ritatl-i
i. ward  imi^rinl del
:   Q M-...-V  is Ui.- ' '      "    I���������' ' "   {h
.. ��� oos  locatkm ��� *""'��� 8
... propo-     v.    ;   Whttealde appeared for T
:,,    iu.. l*n_i. Ann.   ���'. '.   ind W   G   McQnarrie I
Ifer b      ���  ' Britain ��ue the '        I   wnpany
action.    Judg- ^that  rhis comi-etition
l"n<-!e Sam i.* unfair and unjust.
Mr. Doris denied that the organisation was Lhe nucleus of a trust or a
combinaden to control prices.
... _ ��T.    .,   TT lor   .m.-w    nt/oiiiiiiiiiei. l ue   peuaiir
VIOUS Attempts- Will Uge timekeepers, H. C. Major for the New
_ ..        _ jWeetmlnster  clui./  and   Tom   Slatt-iy
Grappling Irons. the  secretary of the  Tecum-ehs,  for
the  Indians.      Goal   umpires   will   be
 ��� L. Whitehead for the Tecumsehs and
Bob  Cl.eyn..   for  New   Westminster.
The  men of    both    teams    are in
splendid   condition.       Felker.    centre
Cook  and  \erbeok  mad" an   attempt  for   the   Indlans,   who   was  ^en   Ul
which   will   probably   be   the   last   to on  the way  acioss  the  continent,  ..��
reach tbe bodies of the two men who perf.-ctly    ft. again.      All    the otne.
were drowned in th- accident at the Indians are in Al condition, while d>'-
., ,,,   -e  ���22*'*'~ IFraser bridge    on    Barurdsy.      They spite  the  gloomy    foreboding, enter-
on  the part  oi ,_,__���_.   ���,   cm   _.���_.���   ���.������,,
and con-
the envelope
ln  tbe darkness    and    rain  of  the
early   hours  of   this   morning   Divers
an-
��� ' til   work    M*     llM'��u   h*S
���I     ,      ,,f     th.- vork   and
. ooneel ed       .o    ' i#hi
... UM
��� ,  tnin rs  sad   !���.   s   *
L-OOI .ll ���      .      ���
rh>-     tot,.
In it .
,   i.r Btlonshlps.
.     II.   Illl    ,   I    I     .
landed  Ui   ��:-,,��n   n i'"1
��� .  bl��   bap| '���   .1 ��� ���
R. F. ORtFN -WAITS
mm NOMINATION
BLOODHOUNDS PURSUE
managed   to   go   down   much   farther tained in the early part of the week,
than   at  any  previous    attempt,  and the Salmon   Bellies  are   in  first-cia-.-.
Verbeck  reached about 55 feet  before trim.
he had to abandon the effort. Promptly   at  three o clock  this  al-
The men  on  the  scow  were  aided ternoon, no matter what the weather,
j by a powerful lamp, and a nunr er <>t tne teams will  line  up and  once the
the Great   Northern officials   watched game is on it will be a matter of tc.-
| the     proceeding-
above,   vainly   ho;,ing  to   b>
.
MARRIAGES   AT    MISSION
Young   PeOpi*   ol   Uol.ne   Town   Kfrp
Clergv   Buly
I ba .       may i    Rlsston
.    go few. i than tour tear-
ivlng tak.,. -,"���. ������ lo
lnd,c.itions  Are   That   E-Cabinet  Min-
May Run Ag.i>,* at the
Next   Elect : -
inter
Ne-lcm,  ii   c
Jun,
foil-
��� ;      .' peonladon among
Mlai    i Ina    3h�� ������ ������    ���   ��� Uvea retarding the
���.,!, well Wowp i, *i :������.'- ol Mission |n Sel��on of H. K Oreen.    oi   neni n  robbl_1>.  ^j  although  they
the     bridge  ^sl  (eam  winning.      That botQ  wi.l
able   to jo their best there can be no doutt.
Pm.   ..       __-.   m     ^I^n   something   definite  to  Sttperin- an<1  a d^an   hard  game,  such  as  all
H   TRAIM  RflRRFR. ; ml :     ".wi       At   any   rate,   the   good      0rts'love to see, is assured.
.0.   inrtlll   I.UUULnj divers  reached rhe chain attached to      ��� ,s ��� ���lHcug fact thal d���6plte tfce
  <he hooks winch ar- believed to have keen   intt>rtfSt  in  the  luatch   lheiv  #
hold of the locomotive, so  could not 1U..... mom>.  u;) on ,he &aaM  Tl���,
he   far   froa     some   portion   ��     the   lIlaj'oritv   0f  ,the   locat   lacrosse   lan_
wreckage appear to b.- too leery to wish to risk
Bodies May Float. their   good  cash.       Some   few   sports
ll Vie Uniies were not pinned down journeyed down to the Indians' car
tbey should float in a couple of days, yesterday and offered even mon-y,
this l>eing the Seventh day .-ince fhe t_.it were told by the Tecumsehs that
occurrence It Is stated that some they eould have got that in Toronto.
further effort might be made in Au- The Indians it appears ar_ looking for
pus. when the water goes down. How- odds of three to one in their favor,
ever. mor,.   probahly    grappling irons  but   there's    nothing     doing   a:   that
They   Are   Not    Ye.   in   the   Toils  But
Cannot  Etude   Police  Much
Longer.
Bloodhounds .r-ul  membera oi    the
111   IMI    '
���     -
united in *e bonds of bd)
lUnoed mi  1-uk'-  ^i'1
U��T| UN
Ut
,,��� ������, following daj the w��d<HW.
l0Ol , of A. S Ni��e�� "f mi--v.ii
,,,i 1  M.iv   .1..nght
of   Mr    .mil   Mrs
manufacture-  HERE  'vj'iv,,.',..���,, v:  ,,( n.,:/i.   Pralri.
O,   ihi   following    Baturda.    >
be] Rlddeli ol Toronto were mairted lni. In ,(���, .<K.al Tory paper,
Member    ot    L*ru��    Toronto      ,.,',,,.,. ,,r Vancouvei  sad  Miss Ma
Firm   Visits   City '   *"���    '*    ���___*,   '
���  v. in,.,   Um *-""" ""hl ,; sT.the Pi        "���'"��� SS!! .,  .    ,.,���
'������ii known it. i Mordbelm.        v Vancouvei  on We*     ���������"���
'��� ' ���        i ororno, ��.is in ta. cii   on -(  \|ls^ (
trip  i.n   Wednesday  ol  the ���,���!  m,
..... k
ii  iin
R Hi'..,
i;-.,   train of Promler McBr'.d.     I
Torj feast hold oti Thursdaj ai !'
Ireen was put forward rather too
pronilneml) to >-iiit tnosl Nel to '
aervaUvea The local OonaervaUve.
., .. elation y.-sterdiiy gave a picnic '-'
Pro. tor In honor of McBridi and
,;���-,, nv. nuiiK* is prominent this iiH>ni-
Ho.-il  Northwest   Mounted   Police tire
now on the track of the C. P, K. 'rain   wii. 'tv used'in trying to drag out tne  here.
Prom   Vancouver  comes   word   that
are uot engine and tender.
yet in the toils, it seems Impossible
that tbe] should elude capture much
longer.
A detwcluii.'nt of mounted i>olkv,
which cam,, in yesterday from Kegi
na, has tx.vn divided into two sec-
lions*       One  has    Ik en    sent   up  tlu-
Diver Ciwk and Diver Verbeck .-uch
made two attempts In 'he morning
to go down by the cable attached to
the scow from which they were working, but after reaching only alRiut -U
feet from 'he surface they were
obliged to return. The swift current affected their breathing, and th*'
efforf  could  not  continue.      Ve.-li.-ck
od-ls ihvre are at five to, three in favor of New Westminster. All the
betting that is beiug done is on wes.-
ern moony, there appearing to be
very little eutsern cash to be had oa
the game. |
. 'Is
of  heart-burning  are  visible \���,ti,   Thompson   mer  on   the east qu ail the latest applianc-s, and has
WILL  HOLD   MEETING.
;,i
i  Munro, daughter of Mr
Qeorg.    Monro  >'t   Mission.
unl led  i"  nui'-riiige | by  Rev
t
nd  ol   Mlssjon  t'lt>
n   lhe   .it \    Mr     Noidh.-iliii'i M.Ul.nlii
��� '     ... k:.ii.���,   ,,i 'nu   Honor Judge
*ho showed    Mm eronnd  Uie     n   j   Maohin, ��~i
i,ung   ��,���t   in,.   v-i-H'ti-   inter-',,,,,  praser l.uml_T < o.i.pen*    l.      "���
feataraa lh.
M;   N.'iiitiiiiiii-,   expressed WaeeB ,i,. u
"��� dclightad wiih nil thai    he sate, clflo lumbermen
'- ,.    ., ,   ���f     ii...    city's  stir-
toda} It is lecallv notorious that
there is more than one candidate tn
the Tory ranks for the t'omsei va'ive
,i< .liination In Nelson next fall, when
tbe general election Is confident . >-
side  and    will    follow    s  triangular ;_   telephone  attachment to   the   l*oat
course, cutting    across    from    Ixnus to help in signalling.
oreek  ;uid  coming  bai'k  b>   the norm
side  of   the   South  i-lompson.       1 he
nlu-i-  division   will  go down  through
Inquiry  Necessary.
As no inquest is possible tlie provm.
Sumas Residents Want Dyking Boundaries   Revised.
A   public meeting   will   be  held   itt
wtod     Talk her.- Is that   McBride is  ^j-   Nicola  country
- _. ��� i      __     1.1.1.1 	
managei   for nernlexed in hla choice between
.  l..f.       ,,11 l a       . ...      .  _#	
local
Owl    sin this morning tor Seal
attend the n-'i-ting ol the Pa-
Ml
beauty of
1KB   sad   al*o
i
I
N i
Utiiiiii
Sov ,
Ullt-t
Bdaat.
that
foili;
-fai iI'mu
Women thlfl morning
was a ileclslon to m��n
'he
It's   posslbtiuise
a    mereanUle    standpolni  ""
I tl.    mauufaclur.-r gn-iit!>
'  . Hy," said  he.   "is suifouiid-
��� .unit t y possessing upiuirilitlv
���.I resooroea, and ii* thsas ''^
n, developed the town itawi
dvanci.  Moreover, New west-
���   poas^ses natural advantages ",imnv t,,|fi aftfrnoon
"der  II   n  partU-tiliiily  siiitsble
tor   th.'   ���-tiil.Hshti.ent  of  m��'r-
Women Will Oo to Rome. Ilartae
Toronto,   June   26-l-lttle   business  nom|nation
' lt   ������.  National  Council of
Th,. most lm
aaplra&U and Is ..e*-lrous of assisting ^ide,,.,. 0( the district is gathering
Qreen a MBhlUoB to pet Into the k-ps- ft^. gtength. and s clue has de%*el-
laiure again, and ls yielding to this 0(A.d wb|c), ^^ result in their appre-
motive ami making an effort with j,ension pQUr mjjes ea��t of the
brass band accompaniment to    l*-?"- scene of the holdup the men ln their
clal   government are certain   to  order ,__���   v Su 2
,   , , an iiiouirv into the whole circumstan- _.        ,
The theory that the holdup men are   ^ J-�� ^ disaster. Meanwhile the �����   m   on  Thurstla>'  lll�� *�� da>'  of JuJ-f
i',: eon    for    the
for Nelson.
Conservativ
porianl it��Mii
|���   Koine   In   1--14.
������cond highest   v.ite
���,,. enjoyln*:   an    excursion   to  Lake
Norwsj   got  the HAIR
Tlie itelegati*-
TURNED QREEN
BY  USE OP  RE8TORER
eacape walked along the railroad ���
track in an effort to throw the orhcers
Ol the law oft ihe trail. Prom there
their tracks go in two or three directions, and each is being carefully
searche-tl by lrllan_ and mounted Ot
fleers.
-*"'..(��� entarprisse."
Mr Nordhelmer prop***.*, i p"'"1
,l!",' I.,  i'h,. Hoy nl t'lty
New York. June 25.���Wh.-n a DotttS
of hair restorer turned Mre. Kate ���'
MoesSr'S hair into a bright green, she
Kiie.l  fharies H. Orlmley,  the tt"ulu'  HolD-_  and  Ch*.   Htcklln   were re
Snake Eats Lunch.
Chatham.   June  25.���While Col.  S.
Coal Strike Ovar.
VS&OOn-rar.  June  25.���According  ��0
' trk'gmm reived   here  U*t  n����ht ,h. ^^cS'-tal ""<'  Pt?T^
c     memtt-felt! the  wen  the caiinw."n      . h,    ,..~~* -in  _a
._. o-raE .he strike, wh.cb ,���, 0^^
'      slled on April L Is UMIj to b-1 taken teJ.^ ^^^
lassbsll,
! h^msn yeoMrday, ��*��t fte ,""1"^" .acciir.r of the restorer, for damages ^^ on ,h>. KruS8 a short distance
bail the better <>f 'he de*'. wln " an<- \e��terday_a local court gave her fn)m the[r Jo_ c,ub house pPopen>.
hv  .even runs w lwo-
N. R- police haw been working care- in response to a petition from a num-
tully  in order to discover the rvarties ^r Qf ian<j owners In the Sumas dyk-
to   blame.       It    is    hoped    in    the jng district.     Tbe��e petitioners have
IndSreet of all  people coneerned this r^^juested   me   government   to  define
win be done as soon as possible. tbe easterly  boundary of the district
_  lilVst certain lands now Included may
NEW STEAMBOAT COMPANY. t^ excluded.  The meeting Is for  the
���     ��� ��� purpose of  procuring all lntormatlon
Articles    of    Incorporation    Granted i*>ssible that It may be placed before
Promoters. tne executive for consideration.
Yesterdsy's Baseball.
and yesterday a local court gave her
��  verdict  fo |500.
by
lin-v
Hi
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Vancouver
Portland  .
India Haa Them, Too.
Madras,  India, June 25���The  Mad
ms mall train, bound from Mlnkur to |fore they noticed  it.
n*n i-oal
slW-d c. .*,-���������
fl"1   ed vt at any tlme.
and hts.',,*^0W11",|1e ^nore.  was  derailed.    Twelve wsrelforjf  wlUi_   s^eano*
killed and fourteen injured.-
The new steamboat company to bli -
known as the Royal City Navigation ��������������������������������������������#
Company, replacing the old "Wes-.- ^
��m" body, has been Incorporated ^
under British Columbia regulations m
wltb a capital of $25,000, divided into #
500 shajree of $50 each. I ^
j    The  objects sought  aro   the   usual m
at Mitchell's bay on Sunday, a spotted one9 ^ a steamboat company, and Itfl   Aberdeen
snake over seven fe^t  long wriggled ,8 expected to have $20,000 subscribed I   gp0kane
silently Into tlnir midst and had de- lbetfor<> ti_t, new boat, to be named the ��
vour.^1  a  portion  of   their  lunch  be- "Rovai;*  will  be ready for use eonie ^   Tacoma
Hicklin went ^^ Umco      as soon as the legal m   Seattle .
puddle  wnich requirements    have    been  completed m
|broke over its bead b-efore he killed It  ^ hul, wn] ^ commenced. [    + + + + t
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TIT!.   DAILY   NEWS.
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WANTED. FOR    S*LE. TO   RENT LOST. FOUND. HEAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS F R A T t RN AL.  E TC.
If a man had gold dollar* to sell at fifty cents and did not  let the people know Anything about it. he would not
thing of the value you offer them -n return for their mont)        Too many   of ...  have  got the habit of thinking  t        because   ���*<��� t"vt been  ..  long , ., , .       SVSO   l I   ntUS'  ol   necessity    - jli   .,
You   mult   tell   th*  people  sk-r-
. -   ���     sell    isrty   they  ��h_u rj     |)u'(h_|(    fron
.-> ires.
Use
. irtlalng  et umnB af The i        '>  *a snd keep ��br.
the  t r*.-i
I'l'l'    \    SMART    YOUTH    TO
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:TED   BY    YOUNG    MAN     IN
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Musi     ie  q :i' '������        . ���   ���   Bos
TO    LET    SIX ROOM    HOI SE     101
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.15.00.    A
.1   M   M. Donald.  Wl troei
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*,     -. rED    \   GIRL  FOR  GENERAL
���ework       .pplj    -     I     - -,v***
nne.
V VN rED   GIRL    TO    WORK
'.     Laundry
AT
WANTED
Vpply       Royal
Sixth street
LOST.
PERSONAL.
WHY    REM UN    SINGLE  -We can
.     ��� life   v::,.
:    -
IVesl
ARCHITEC1 S
\v   D   OOODFELLOW   ARCHITKCT,
11   Dominion Tra.
lEDWlN Q   Vl    BAIT,  AKi H1TI    I
., il epbone     S
THE *     t VA t* NCR-     til - ,\  i -
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Return ivx 16, Newi
CARRIAGE   SHOP
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP
K     .1      Mi Neil.       Over    T      I '
shop  <>n   Eighth
with mouaocolored head and   *ac_      (._ .       ,airv,, ��� . ,a!n:.
spot   on   tail.    Finder  will   be  r.       t,d ,, work , .....i;i..
w a riled  by oonunnnlcatlng with  E. '
c,   T . this offlce.
��� r \   .,  .
tnd   branch  i
Vancouv.
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PAPER   HANGING   i.   DECORATIN-
1    HUDSON    v. .LL   PAPER,   H
V -      ���
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S ��� ��   Wesi
Picture postcards
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PIC.
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Pro. :
TAILORS
P08T IGALVIN   LA DISH     .NDVKNSTAI
��� M    M l
Stationery S a's 'ci-
.��� ,- i . in   y   |i . -'    ���
:    rh.   Ps .        et
FOR   SALE.
FOR .SAU:���WK HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close tn Twelfth
street car ime, at city limits; eiec-
1 trie light. ho< and cold water, baui.
I'-ice llsTio Small cash payment;
easy terms on tlie balance Settlers' Association of B C Boi 64,
i'1-.v.
ELECTRICAL WORKS
THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC    OO-
dealer*    in    electrical    machlnerj
fixtures and BUpplie* bouse wtr ng.
armature wiring motor repairing.
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P 0  Box ..*
JO Ml'SIC LOVERS���AT A SACH1-
fice. a Brin_erhoff piano in perfect
condition, s;i_endld singing tone, almost new, $250 cash, or $304 on
��� terms to responsible part) Apply
: P. O. Box TS-5. or at 417 Fourth
Btreet, city.
ROOMS TO RENT.
[LOOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to  let  in  suites  of    two   for  lisht
'   hous-k^vpins AH    steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
��� .see and electric lisht l<*rr__s
moderate. Apply A. H Perg-soo,
v<i_ 9, serond floor.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J I. MERRY _ CO. PHONE A501.
Corner of B ark*? ani Caroarfoa
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horse* Home*
for  ��a'e       ReferenoB  furnished
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON   &   AYLING.  HSH    FRl'lT.
Garr.r   VegetahlSa, etc.      Begbie  Sl
opp   V, indsor liotel.
FURNITURE
W PALES,   THE    FUR.NlTI RK
I- ipi,o.st. rer and Usd^riaSer
cor. - Acr,es kr-.i McKenti* s recti
PI 171   Bight ca'l Sl
PROFESSIONAL
WHITES   IE  a.   EDMONDS   HARR1-
.    -  .     tors,   Blsrkie   block.
i'.'/.i::. La streel   N.w  w.-itminBter.
w j  Whiteside, hi. EdaMM
WADE WHEALLEK ft McglARRlfc.
(F. C wad-. K i A Wheelier, w
tl.   M .. larrle),    B      It rs,   Ham*
ter-> ���' |] Lome street, opposite
courthouse. Ne�� We��:min��ter,
. Phone 143i. sal the Vancouver of
flre i* Bi No ' Royal Bank ("ham-
bers. 40. Hsstiags Street west.
BEOBGl E MARTIN BARRUmCB
and SoUetto. Galchoa block. Columbia and McKenUe St* New
Wasta_B-tec, B C
A MYERS    GRAY.     BARRI-STKR
Soll.-itor and Notarj  Puhlir     Curt ���
block. Clarkson stree.   eppoatta the
Ootirt  House.      P   O   Box IS-     Te
S| hone   .4.
\   :    -.
m<-  J ifl    in        H'H ��� ���   - .
HR     ��� I.   M
ock     Eni
aa i r'arkiuin ��t
WOODWORKING.
V. ES rMlNSTEH       WOODWORMNG
,   ���      -Ic*. an 1   Btore  flttings
���     ��v\tr.     *      -    . ir.e.*
and  lets      -'.        '     .        ��:,il
mat.'��   furnlsnrd
-  tor
and car line      I'
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J    Brool
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REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &   CO.
Iv ,.  Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
farm  and  Buourbaa property,
SM Columbia Btreei
__ I        ^   .iKApER   B   c   UKSD  SLK
I- - LE BROS .ft CO . LTD    REAL ES-   -  mi   :       Ki ard  block.  New     West
a'-- and insurance. Phone 335   1>6      minster   I    C
-   im.la street. P. 0  drawer l'>i-    ���
GROCERY.
:FOR   THE   BEST   VALVE    IN   _RO-
��� *   ���   | v as    --���      The Pure Kood
Sui       Ot eery, P. O  itox ��ll
LAND   SURVEYOR.
PRINTERS
V, BSTMINSTKR PKBBE POE BVKKY
-  ad    ,:   .'..:    , r:*:':nK Midgut   kMSS
leaf :������_��.- tl    . '���>�� ������    arixin Papei
Phon*    .',".     p   O     Box  14:       Old
Dall.   N.*w�� Block, Sixth Btreei
ABBOTT ft HYDE. (V H   C  ABBOTT   . -_-_lJ_^^!!^5-l^^h^_-- -_
Proprietor)    Baal --'.,-.   tnsuraaoe, __,_  ,.���   _.    ___    _   _   _   . v"7
loans, notaries public, ooaveyaaeera MNG ' p    *���    roK    ��ACKS ami
US fvaaiabia street   P   o   Box WT. smart   tJ'nf'Jt-    Tbe  Fashion  Sta
Pbone ���*_!. bles
RESTAURANTS.
. KKNNY'S RE3TAI it \\ . ft CAFE
T:r*ketB, Z\ meals for J< Home
rwikln^ au whit* coT'kB, no Orlen
tai  1-V.r employed -.  and
night       Oprroslte tram  Oflke
ROY vi. C UTI  . Mr.    \.-,-. ��� ���   : -.
,    treisi       Four cours'-.-. con��i-t,ng of
:p.   fi��h    boiled   tTi'.r*.   or   r',as-,
pudding or ; ie, tsa,   of!e*i or mux
FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
O. "   V     AMITY LODOE  NO   .
The   regular   m��-~ung  of   t-,i.   i<>.ge
are held in Oidf-Uow.   be     Cotua.
his   4.-T---       nrri    M"r.dn      .--.lag
at .. o'clock    Ja*   PsrgaB
grsni     w   C   ("oatham   r��--   �����   ���
EOSI OE    ��� OL1 M��vv  :     ������
ill. Son. of    EM A'-*1    !;   '    Hl*
Row     I*-itr.%-   meet* - 1   ��nd
fourth Wedri-��t��v .-' I k : rrvoatr.
In K of I' hail. Agn'�� Btreet tl ��
pm Whit- Ro*e l>-(-e- !
Weftaeedai in ��A.h i. o-.a ��_���.�����
��� SM *nt ;l* s \ I
c--r-)ii;iT invited >, * ii -veil
: -*������* . H nsaer, see].
A   "   C   W -FRASKK      .DOE   ���
��� Meeting, tha firsts rd  .���-�����-�����
day m seek -tooth    Visiting '���������
ren     cordis iv ."   ��� 1
Lodgi- room.   *.   0   D   W   ba     "id
fellows'   l ��-k   . .*r_��on str*.
SECOND HAND   STORE
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E 7TLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C
���P B. Brown, manager. P 0 Box
556, phoae 331.
tvn .v~r:-:_.   five   milk- -.-<������.*.
towa   on-  mile from new car line;
- *t  acres    cleared:     6-room  nouse.
Pnce   J..       teraaa
V ft IRWIN. COLOMBIA ST.,
Po-������ Bee,    Boj  i74.
V- -..  ���   -_t-r aad insur-
':   ' -    "      ������*-        b I sad &**���
-��� Vs-. of  ci*      -       - i_  and  !arm
befor.    ,- a Saatag    ���   ���
-re
MACHINE   WORKS.
THK SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Ited, Proat reet, New .\"-t-
b aster Meaufsctarera of modern
.- is and shingle mill mac-inery,
Mil plants and s-peclOcatons pre-
pareA	
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B. C  MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAri
McKay, maaatactarer and importer
��� .' rr,o_r.mental tom-ston-s, bu irting
stone, etc.    Satisfaction gnaraate. 1
unl  i    -----   New Westminster.
WE   BUY  and
and   all   kinds
���id  goods
offlce.
BELL  rUHKITl RE
of  new  snd  second
A Speck   near Tram
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTINO,     ROOM
v :i . nn   leek.     P. O  Box ��9��
CUSTOM      BTENOGRAPH-       AND
T> ;.e�� rting, copy work, busineiis
��� ���*r- .-tr- Provtece offlc*-- I ���
lumbla  atreel       Phone 62
OOURT   Hiil'- -.       ;    ..    | (i K
��� Meet*  tb.   ' .Ida.     In    the
��� ���   ���   ll .   ��� ��� |'| ��� I
ball   Oddl Moel
PRATERNAL  ORDER  OF   BAOLKS,
Aerte No   M     Maeta sverj Tuesday
e>.T. nf   tt 1    ptn   In    the  !���--*!�����-
hail  Colombia atreel     \   dark   H
Pres     H   BehPiSid   M-*r��ury
SUN'S      ���'   *     .TI.ANU  HKNKrlT  AS
Bodatlon i>ir] of th- Isles Camj
l'O ���Meets on the fln��t and third
T ;��� * '. ���       ' . .   ��� ,-rriontb  In  K   of P
ha:.     Chief W   Bsaaertaal
BOARD    OP    TRADE���NEW  WKM
niastei Boarf of Trad. n t*B
board room, rlty Hall, as follow
Third Thursday of each monfh
rjiar'.-r.)      meeting     ri     UM
Th'!-*h-.- of February   May, I
and   Novenber   at ��� p m      Anniai
- on v'.e thli |  Tbenday of
Pebraary     New ra assy bs
: und Sleeted at any monthly or quarterly m~-tinc r h
Bi : ,-��� '.'.'.v'..-   aeci'���'. I
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LAND   REG.STHV   ACT
t.'ia: so appucstioa
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tax   salr   deed   from    lb. ��     snd
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-ad   Btagu-sr  *  .       rtala   ;*tce|  or
trsrt  ii  |a ; 'tti .-i  uln-.    V
lis Atid  !*ms    ia the    Cltj  ef  Nea
l��b i <v.rt.' u   mon .     .
and ���:���        sd as !��������- *>i   >:  N  sad
-I      of   In: Su;*!irl��,nj   U��^k    14
You   S.ld   fir1 |   ��.�����   f��.,;     ���    ���
r.'. ��� ���   ������ .   ���  aits   of   ttx<   t��i
.hi"-   Wil '   -      -.. ' ��� ������
d��-    of UM  ftr��t pa of thl�� no
���   otherwise I lbs        ������'��-. f   M.*
.  ., ���    .,.    meat tl       f ia fe.       \  I
M     thv
this ooiic* ia a dallj  aewafepei  I
��'       Ne.        \\   ' 4-
mi_��'��    ��ii!   >>-   (��� .   .   =-. .i-i-   :
on Irr   |b< * ��� '
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snd  tbo��e cfcitttlnj  through or  oader
them   and   sit   pmrm>r.*   rUimln��   soy
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any   ���. ... . . i   an
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-'.   ��ii   dabervad  from
Bg   Bp  any   rlain.   I .  ���>���   in 14
Of the   ��ald   land ��o ��->:.t   for  tsx��*,  s<
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LAND   ACT
Cornea   Land   D.fltri.t
Diitntl of Queen Charlotte Sound
Tskr riotlr,. thai  o   H   J��.-*o ��in. ,r
Vaaooavor, Moaaatloa sheep reach**
In'nd-.    to apply    fo*     ;>erinl*��lon to
lea*P   lb��.   foilowtnc     dSSOTI  -1   lAn*!
f"omm��-nrini;  a'   *   MMI   ;>U��i<-l    at
Iba  s  ������  .ri ol  Lewis   �� And, tn-no-
northerly, essii"Tly, i.aiibeilj An! wp��
terly    and    northerlr.    foltowtsc    the
��h,.rr   !in��.   ��r"un I   the   I'lsnd   to   the
point   of   ii'iiimenc-ni-nt.     ixintAlnlBg
|M   arr-fl   tnorm or  le��.
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be |lun  Ui  tv >      .b
rnlr.i. r.   uutd".   ��t   Oti*���� Btflfl
to ar��!.lr for ^a.en-
OoaJ    t'tm.   oi.nin��   n,
!�������< :   for    a  period ���>'     *,���,,.t
fonts,  st   en   af-au*.   r**U       I    ���
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��� ������ le one ta
com;.*nv a royalti ����� ���
Br. < -,   Bhall
on -h��- trf-rrhsntv'-1   eeal rt
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nl    Caawtbortaed   ;..*  eai
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TE-DERS   WASTED
Tdadars will ba reeslved
d<-r��..Kn<-d     .ip   la Um
��� ���   ,    ���  ���   ���  ,   ,--.-..
Una "f a iinv-r tresi s
'iien  brool  "��i  Hath sveaw    '
��� ���     ���. .,( \>w Wasted]
PUni   eoadl'loos   of
��� ,- ��� irVatii'iia  r*n   '������<���  �����,, '    -
rnglnerr*. oftlrr
Tru- |,iwent  o-  .i(j>   t,
��ari|\   arreptrd
W   A   DI Nt  '
I'I'    *
'' ty   Ha'     f   n,   |0   IMI
SLOTH OF OFFICIALS
HONSE. KM VICTOR
A     -as-.  Discovers  Troe   state  of Af-
fa -. a: Mess --a and Shakes Up
Authorities.
otu     repeated
:
In Italy, ol naaatiai
Ufaln si  Uesalna bave
'    Kin-   \ i.  ,,.-....   ,
iWe numb.-:* In     .   ,..1>t few
..' ; p��    ..us in close touch w.th
court cl .   ,, , . j,,,. the
ment  thai   h.-  la  making  U   ex-
ii-v;.  nnpleeaani    f,,r every onv
connected with the administration ol
��� iirth'iuak!   /.one.
Tho king   was   horrified   and   wsry
wben be visited Mean na  .-, fee
week, ago  .,, Jinci thai practically no
progreaa had  Wen  made toward  the
restoration .>:  th,.  rained  cit)       h.-
expressed   _ln_B-_f    with   great   vigor
aad  sctoally    ancceeded  In  injecting
seven) daya' ai-th-u.  into th. author*
tv * in    charge of    'he a,-. k  there
They quickly BUbeid_d again after lu-
left,   lunvi'Vi'r
.-Uin*,.  then   his   ni:ij..*i.   \xae  iiiH-ei
complessly deceived    concerning ths
-, sn ih,   ofBctala    arert   making
The.  rgportad everything moving sal
��� *- I the king i       ....
-: -     ���
��� ���
-       ..
econd     in.    aad
��� ���-
' y
' ���
Some       ��� . .
*���* ' ' ��� i ���   hav.
...    ��� derini
:    - ��� mpt   t   I-..- -
my of thi na tl o
I prising      - icei    in. omp. ten ���    sod
bnreaui -        red tape seem   hoa   n
to  lv responsi!.|(. fi,r  m-,*..    ���
le
OdOdOdOdOdOdOOdOEOdC "drtiOdO OdOdOdOdOdOdOOdOdC 4C aOhOaO
Cheap Lots
WOMEN   TALK   ON PHV .If UU .   PI III
KISSING   ANO  COWS    I 11 I .JIM .i>_t   rLAIl
NEAR   TENTH   STREET   AND  FIFTH  AVENUE    FULL  SIZE
LOT    M7B.   GOOD   TERMS
SEVENTH  AVENUE  AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT |-
CORNER  SEVENTH AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   STREET    MM.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
Th,5   Strenuous   Age.
Laws' ��� ',���   25    Thi    .rcbblsbop
"f ,'��'"' ��� log   mambsn
of the Mod ���       I _lon from si] paru
"f lhe ,!!'��� _ie Id i   iv iv,iv   rain.*!
ral  commented   tpon v,.      tUeaaaea
"'    ha sgi     ii,j  .-, i,|  that  everybod
wa-** eagi ��� . i. Dg ,|:,-.   hv ,|ay at-
t*r ana* thlni ,   ���,..A Hn<i amtts-
Ing
Our   iv            mean I   to   lie   brigm
tun when t- ...   .,,,. eastern
for - " thinking iboot
to+t, 'ii- . I IW > i, we . ��� mpted mor.
���',>'1|> " to think that anniHo
ment an ent were everything
:Uld '" -.nd perhaps, resent
"���' "''v'" r<   ,-. medy thai
ohlldren . ���.,.,,, ...|f.di-ci|.
line nn.i ", ilrreea for oth.-'*
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEAR. ON, Mgr	
IM O N E Y    TO    LOAN
^'-^���^���o^oeoeoc^oeoeoeoec^^
��� 0 id,    li, ���
'    Won*
Bldn. ma I -. .,   i*m
v. ���-.,..    .���.. ;,
proteatod  against  >hf ���tsheroeai
the majorlt)  of caeaa 'J tabarcuki   *
��'������������ ... Infeotkm    ll ���
ti.ii'       \ - ������!��  ha 'Ihi not
ul��h   to   r-a-.    ih.ii   milk      'run,   |   BOS
vhirh  was  Buffering  lYbin  tnberoulo
Kb. should    be need    indlacrtmlaat.
,.-    1,'llllilll   f.nwl
IjmU   tb-i'tdiM-ii .I,.|uit.-| an iidilii' *
..ii th-  oampalgn ��gtlii-i tulwir.
pafticnlaii)   In  Ireland,  and  win foi-
loweii by  i>r  M-ooUHunbert, dlrectm
h>-ik'...i of  pu ll,   i;...iith  for ths  l*"
minion,   ��),..     wanted   a   < aa
, ,.::iinni kihKiiiK, teip i-i.iiiy ,,f babies
Something of the Ufa <>f thousand!
lot   (flrlx   In   tlM   ����Ht   wh..   WOlll   with
���Iw'lr   hunil-   tn fHi:<ir<s  ami  mills  wi��K
told m th- evening meeting
HERO OF  NOVEL
CHARGED   WITH   MURDER
HEROIC OPERATION
WMI  Remove A���  from  D*
and  Will  Then  Graft
Anotner.
COLLAR   EXPLODES . .j-,..,..    fr���m    .,,,  .. |r>        ^^
AND  BURNS  WEARER    ' -e   n��'*   ��''<'   '������''"
. as a Uvtng by K" Miing
  ,r   batUNBI    .'nd       '-.'      .... .md
Btrday ��a* Ughtini hi    iip�� w|.,.,,
'������>'������ Oa.  ..f th.   mo t  ,*���. Bateh lgBl��ed Uie ������   .v., ..
cseai rver known in London '"' *** *-arin�� ,,"���  '"
. hkM   about   al    nuthr    ;���i|   M i,en   p,an   ,md   ������,,.   r,.<- r.fiv   was .i   mem
'-'   came to light when    I - ��� |   ��a-   brooghi   t . ��� , rum
-.,  i. _��� i.. .. ,	
I'In-    ��� .lun..      ..".    Ch ���
with  ih    nrardei    ol    lobe  Bradiej
(-iiri.-a, ii   skiid.-n    tha ortglaal ol
the hero  of <����..n  Wtster'a  "VlHCto
im    la -m trial here t.xlay      BWrden
formerly    a i    .. oowboy    and plains-
���
lad tramp claiming Win   Hl* *'��"r���<1*, ****** ;i '" ���''-'- i
nnd It l�� feared Wood   ��� ieonlne ma]
ii* home, was  brought m   ,^���i,
��� ��� of tha I'liiiiui- -i-iii.i i��.Hi*   tores
H��  i.  altagN  lo  bate    shoi   ��n.i j
i-iii.'ii Bradley in thin dtj on Notem
bei   Ilet.
Illlllr, MOI L, 1
lag   "I   .ni   nun   from  <���!
...ii. r wiii take plane le
Ity,     Should     BOBM
Individual , ki  I������>:    ��
.um   !:,...    : .      .h ,iril        .1    Q    Vl ���
���>,>!!     ��IIH     klllM'kl'd     down     .111
iii  the  railroad   | trie  sl   Pari  '
*,   l.'IIll       ��<   "kal      BgO III'      >*
[baaldfl  tin- mi. k> ..nd   .  iv   i
aJimB while ii.   w.i.. ai ���
. .- ..ff an of in* .inn*, j"*-
ei!>o�� rniinty    Physician
unit.*  ihat   Inn  arm  Is In  good OM
tl.ui   for  grafting,  an.l   If  B  -J B
tii'lll   flboilld   happen   alOBf   '"   f" '
Buppl.  the arm iin- operstloa Wlll
t��^rfoi ine.1
Fifty Die o' Heat
Nn-a Votk. June 25 Mor. ihao
(Iff, p.-rwm-. or,- dea.1 a.* thr result of
the hot wove whleh luw attecked See
York eltv    with  tn. r. lies*  f.iri   ,1 I
UM   pa*'   f''��   .lai*   ni'1     *   f*t
have  I een  00 x gB* .'' a',at. ment SATURDAY,  JUNE  2.    i.ov
THE   DAILY   JEWS.
PAGE THREE.
The Oxford (.hantellor Range
,. .-...ne has lag
hi i.mklng and b ,,
��� ,-.i-i  In Un- bob   a
ai b t" !"���   . I
" .    ....
.
ih.-i    thai,
te  perfect   sat
ve
clean
an    Oxford
mgea at
:. peel  our
T  J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
[Gasoline Tanks and ���
Fishermen's Supplies!
AMES & McCLUGHAN
I i tisl   l-ltx k, I i onl SI., N,  ... \\ ,
-stminstc
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WINNIPEG WATEI MAINS
The Maple Leaf Forever"
1
ial    Commissioner
Makes     Start
ng Report to Counc
: of Pra.rie
City.
We hare taken the Map> Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian.
COWAN'S
o4n***'��ee*e*4**e*444444**
B. C. Mills, Timber and \
Trading Company
VANCOUVKR AMI NEW WESTMINSTER
I
M-L    Paii *���    are
they
-
t for
i
pain.
-
���  v.l,i
M-L
Pure
Paints
Manufat turrrt   an.l  ll..,...,   tn   All  Kma
Lumber,    Lath,    Shingle*,    Mouldings,
Interior Finish,     lurried  Work,
Kiah and Fruit  Boxes.
Large Stock   Plain and  F
Sash,
Etc
I)
oon,
. .    alway I -.
.    .       ���-..',,,������ ,.-  :
'   lor Co.,  I..- .*, !, of T -ronto.
Sold local
,    ADdersoBtlns.]
i^J A-jents for C
^^ New  West-ninster
and   Di.tr-ct
WOMEN IN FAVOR
OF CifiARETTE LAW
i ...       25.���That    the
i dams       to I i.   dty dom
-..   :������  .     .11,1111.-
amoun -���    to
������ ,i,i.., .md n. i
great many water
erlousi)       i.n
.    ��� . -
... - rails,   IB
....      ������;,',II
���
i.     ..   H.
ho ha     een '
-     .���   .,! HI'
'I... ented
i
��� n lu   foi     ���  ,   ii nim   ��� vi
:   .    prof.
���   :..:    '
��� ��� ���. -. . I , ��� I
-   n  t.,
:    ���       | ��� city, and he
Int the ���'   *���'
-��� :.. daj
ai d i. -.-.'.    ini , ��� ted
���...-,. - i   ted
by tbe ted witn start-
...       ii.  nn.-r   in
ere   being
nl  ma; ? which  ' *
proda   :     ��� v       -. _��� wa-
ng olnl
wo ild   **">n   a".   '   ''.     r:v ii     ti.
.! jjorti'.r, ,,f the city���if. Indeed
���-..-..- ���   damag* d
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
(Miplt Leaf
Label)
LS MADE !_. CANADA, ARD IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
_eeeeeeeeeee<
>��+oQOOoeoooeeeeeeoeo+*****_
Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ,....$6,000,000
PAID  UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN   PEOPLE.
Deposits are  received  in the  Savings  Department  at all  branchet, and
can be withdrawn by cheque without  unnecessary formality  or delay.
���
Manager.   N.   H.   MACDONALD,   New   Westminster.
e++e++ea+e+a+++++++++++a+a++++++e4
THUGS A_SAUIT HAN
IN ST'NLtY PARK
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED
CREAM
ancy  Glass.
A'ashngtcri      Sta��e      federation    Alto
I ���   tests   A_s.rst   Use  o'  Cha.n Visitor
Gang
_ ARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber  Always in  Stock fo *  Fencing and  Draining,
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Vancouver   Made   the   Sub
ject   of   a   Bru<a|   Attacx   Yesterday.
Tel.*->tii>n.-   1 _
New   Weastinmiter
:.. V. I
���
ti.      ���               I it.
....        - :   '                I
stand I Ui.   last
.   -..        -. ns whl      -.vsre
inlmously passed
' ..' .���: :
Model Sign Works I _
��                                           AJ * 3 ,4 JH'si'-i - ��� f"" ��_ I v    V  ��� rlnrr.r.i--  >-��� '.��� '
AND  ORNAMENIA,        f\   l��-  ,\Vf$   fc s\W '     '"         ng  r-solutkm  was  H
LM.   S _  A I "I.P -   M;-'  v  a. -tlrtaa
iINTINQ                        V*|_t. /*.��<���-��� V'K- J'.1,'r The orgsalsation also by i
,��|l>'>'            Apt" ���Sra5 Indorsed  the e��tabllshment  of a
.     .            .    .              ���                   '^-i v Mothers' day*' on th.
F.NE
PAI
OmNi ws Block, Sixth Streel
NT( -������-��� Westminster,
"   ��e   P   Ynunj. p-a-p
V .. i-   .:   ne   :.".. -While   waJk  ;
i:._     i Stani. ���    Pai  -���
Iman, a newcomer, ,
was  brutall)   assaulted  and  ro_b*"d of
MM   ,_id   a  wati n   ':..>   two   thugs   who
the iv'so'luik.ne empbatir protest show.d bim no mercy, but a_ter tell-
...    .... . .   .    ing him srlth  -     ���   heavj  Instru- ��� i
_  men   n gangs I    "������   kirk d ; i:ii ;n! ' '" '' B : ' '
���   eta and hlghwayi and of confining lOrtng  oonac'-ousw  *   I- heard
. ,   . bla .. ailant Jou ��� |    ,  another,   on-
���   .A... ed to o       ll held 1        tow I ���   the other went
.,   influence  to en fore. through hli    ���     eta      Leaving tnelr
...      ..,  [.;,��..d  v.  thi   is ��� rtctlm  unconscious upon  ta-   ground
reform  was   urged    in    "���       ���    ' u.v  tied       Deedman  recovered
rfatnalfl general      The _-n��r__   uiLnutos   a/tt-rward.   and   nur-
" luced  rying to the entrance of thp park no-
tilled  people,  who in  turn called  U��
ution  police.      The patrol auto, load.-ii with
officers, was soon  on  the  Sa.-u.,  but,
jocond  no '.ra, ���   4 the highwaymea could be
l
Scientific selection is the principle on which St. Charles Evaporated
Crtain is prepared.
The best milk Cows fed scientifically
Selected dairies        All sanitary safeguards applied
Vou lake no chances when y q n*. St. Ch..rles Creajn.    It is as good
for any purpose as the best mi.k Of   r��ani produced by the best
.Airy anywhere.  For many purposes it is far superior. It never
curdles.  It aprees with the most delicate st. mach. All it needs
is the addition of pure water to make i*. the best food on earth
���best for the nursery���best for the kitchen.
Sold bj- "Bert Grocer* E-cerytvhem
Handsome booklet of valuable inforrr.arinn Ifl mother-, and nurse* sent
free upon -pvica'.iv.
T.   CHARLES   CONDENSING   COMPANY,   Ingersell. Ont.
i-
mmmi
'^
BPR
LAMB,     CHOICI
AND  SAUSAGE
AT Tilt
M C A T!
in Lin. j
Central Meat Market
S of cv
"2
.  .   .mlagc
i      oe pec
) u  * tbem
r
In   May:   accorded   11
. i n v, the Stat, conservation send urgvd that every club
<���  ��� ������   b  portion  of its Ume during
. ort tar Uie study of th
Dm
tt'.b  8t  snS    nfth   A��en*��
PHOM    1/0-
���    A f. LL
OODf.   '���rr.-ir ���.."
The Question
;. rural)
Is Answered
���   i  :.   the stoi    srhen
, , ;t   stock   ��� !   i.- *
goods of a    ���  '"i- ln
il eadld Oream * I
,tly  n.-w
:    .,- boa   n.'i -  BOT    . '"
-  M'-,ir    money- t" r.   than
. :   . ,'.r.
..-iff. Perl      -' I - -
....      Powder.
.   II  .1 , ..rani lor.ar.
IJ lyal .(      i
��� Mi-im,,l* "Iva.
.tack' Haling tete
ruin :'��� V'_��tiin   Crystal.I
MAOI-. POR OVER
80 YBAR1
CM_M_a_l .  . I
OILIFTT CO. LTD , Toronto, dnl
ASKS  UNITED   STATES
NOT   TO   PRESS   CHINA
Brita :,
found ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Later  Clay   B era,  a well   drvs&ed j
yo.uvg nan who formerlj conducted a I
;.fnny arcade ht-i*.. was srreated and i
charged with the crime.     After Dead-
man hml  boon attended to ty  physicians  be accompanied Detective  Mc- I
Donald and Scott to the Great Nona- |
cm  dejot.   where  they    arrived   just <
three minut. * | efore th>- Seattle train I
palled out     Been was found seated
in a car reading a newspaper.    Dead-
maa i_inted him out as oiv. of his as- '
*...  nuts.     On  being told  he  was under arrc-st Beers paled and shook like
a  leaf.      Deadmaa'a    watch   and   Ml
s-ere  found on  him  when  the  police1
Summer   Reading
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  Copyrights,  Cloth-bound     75
Popular  Copyrights,   Paper-bound 35c
English  6d.  Novels 20c, 3 for 50c
Seaside   Library    15c, 2 for 25c
can
���
c of run*, umbrella*   type
*��� - ! iiEht automatic bmm i h
' "���     i hi. yclea n specialty
Alex. Speck
SE( OND- HAND   STORE.
Bl Man  Ofl I-M   Whs.
Small Accounts
a     ... -j.. .  . ;.
i.-1 ne. i not ml!   u ��� I your btalnesi
. I   I. .-.   , ������;>,,rti,,ns .< Ion
op un:. "-.uu
DO   SO   TODAY,
v      will  r. .-��� h.   - r. rj  court
in
Londoi .    .'.   -4-ieat
ha;- .   i sited States not to
press  lu tor  participation  in
ih<.  Ha '..nn Railroad loan
of  $.7 which   British,  German
and   Fr-tiv      ..i-.i-.--s   stand   ready   to  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,        ��� |uest has been sent searched him at headquarter*.
to Hon   i. ��� --, 'he British am- 	
.,*���- idor .,���  ','���   ���' ngton.
Oreo Britain ,-    ta . it that the ar   MEN  sacripice
range.',- nl -   foi "     "��� 'vl LIVES FOR HORSES
.,! e . ��� ati        ' entailing 	
long  negotiations  '���   "      " - Hr t*,'i      Dnluth,   Minn..  Jim,.  2.',.���P'.ve men
'-���'��� ������������������ '' ��� i ...iici-rn- offered up tin ir Iiv,.-  this afternoou
ed, :uid the iiiiti-s-  .       nmenl     \s |n ,tn attempt to sav,- 180 horses from
Vmerloa d     not   ������ - - therein, ;v,,    .��� :l..,- ,,  ttrade   livery   '\-.*-n.    in
it was i>r*.    med thai I nol de fron;  end  of  th    basement, 'he
sire to tak.. the share to - men found tl        _       - me with
waa  entitled,  unde ��� "���'    i  hand     Btlll   gras Ing   the   bridles  of
srlth  China v-..i*s. <  which  la    I Wide them,   some
  .,,...  terrible    wounds    from    the
hoofa of  the animals they  attempted
reauoa,   Ono hundred of the horses
Marshall are dead, and tiu> . uiiding totally de-
Btroyed     The loss is fully (80,000.
Thr.-e  Of   the   nun   who   gave
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY A CO.
<���+++
R.BBER
INSTANTLY
KILLED   BY
. \\ .u*h., June
!',,--
n .
^���pttie-*'
I
".. | , t .-,   iv-,'.. ���'- their lives for the horses leave fam
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Stor
EYES TESTED FREE.
:
:
.,   . vi   n .  I .in not
____________!	
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $53,000,000.00
lllea
THINK   HUDSON'S   BAY
ROUTE  PRACTICIBLE
���i<\ t',4.
Tel
Hi-    42i-
Gasoline Engines
We  8*11  ths Celebrated
PALMER BROS."
GASOLINE   ENQINE8.
I'M MM;
-ROfl iho
AMi rouR
���CYl ii
OA
tN
s"I.INt
'ISIs
: r1^'*
'���j-vj-
Iron
JOHN
toM Street.
WE8TMI vSTKR
VORKS
( i i      Proprlstor.
New Westminster
The Royal Bank of Canada"
New Westm'nster, g, C.,  Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
i-iiity of CV Kltiin toda)  f...  two d, *
;��� ;-.,,!,.       who   iv.'.ipe.t   after   B   :
men ber of   the   i-'-"1'*  ll;1-l  been
and hilled by Maxahal Prank Hail
following the rofci erj of sevei
_j vi.  tiio at i'V Bh-B last night.
After looting   thr  stores  of  about
bo,  the  bandits attempted  k>
tiio automobllo stage which  runs
tween  Cle  Shun aud  Poslyn
lhe chauffeur put on full ***���� thi muth.    ^^^ othPrs have
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Winnipeg, June 26.���A party of BU.
hold   vevers who have been at  work  locating   th,   Hudson's   Ray   rialway   from
but  Split  lake to Churchill   returned    to-
iud day  afte*   si-ndlng   nim-   months
The   officers   were   notil
and   Jtotshal^ ��WM^g^,-^ *%��% Churchill and do other   -Ort
robbers  In   the  nUlroad  yard-     ijwo ,     nroposed  terminal.
Ol  the men  turned aud  nui,  but  tb- ��^r^>   ��� l
uu-xl drevi a Kvolver and attempted 1JJW"
to rfioot the officer.    Marshal, Ha.pht ^ohi^o.^   ^ ^ ^    ^n
regarding irrigation and  hardshlsa
japed.
behind   to complete
in
 _M
the  **ur-
havtng found a very de-
>tite   and are confident  that
wii_ too quick Nt him, however, and
seit a bullet through the robber ��
head   killing bim Instantly.
CHINA
Bric-a-brac of all kinds��� Pickard's Painted China,
Some you see costs more, hut none la any finer;
There is no finer made to please my china trade;
Designs are very fine and the goods are all high-grade.
on the l-iid"-n'-* Ra-V routt" hav<'
greatly cxnggeisted.
b��**n
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
Telephone 18. Ottice. Eighth St
ESTABLISHED
1691
Kaiser Gives Airship to Czar's Heir.
St. retersburg. June 25.���Bmperor
William has Dreeented Grand Dults
\lexls Nlekolalvitch, son of BmpeW
Ncholas and heir to .he Russian
throne, with a model of the Zeppelin
Kirshlp. Emperor William personally
demonstrated and taught the Ki"��lul
duke how to work the miniature dlrig-
tt,l..    His niaienty also presetted **t*
FUNERAL  NOTICE.
TvV
Members of King Solomon Lodge,
Nc 17. A. F and ���* M., ar_ roqueeUsl
io meet at the K, of P. hall, Sunday
B valuable toys to the daughters of  June  27,  at  2   P tn.,  for  the  purpose
Emperor Nicholas.
His Pants Betrayed Him.
I,..thbridge, June 2V���A chief tuoke
Into four storeei last night, tapping <tl''
llj of about |3_ The |>ollce arrested a man who W-lt part of his pan's
on a nail whll�� crawling through a
transom.
CHAMBERLIN. The Jewel.
SOLE AGENTS FOR PICKARD'S HAND PAINTED CHINA
of attending the funeral of the late ^v
Brother A. M   Fraser.
Members  of  sister  lodgos  and  sojourning brethren are lnvlt*.i to at ]
tend.
By order.
W.  VL,
F. BROAD,
Becretary
Hotel BuHerAr ex
Fourth Avenue snd Mane
- SEATTLE
lATti:
Room $1 p e day up.
Room and Hoard |230 par
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Room with  bath $240 pat
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Room with hath and board
lay,
All .utBide rooms, with h
water stean heat, long dtr
phone. '-ii   -neets al) trail.
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SATURDAY.   JUNE   26,   1909.
CANADA   LIBELLED   IN   FRANCE.
honor." t��� defend cap i Jlsta rrom "th,
unbridled Bpeculation and  the Ame.
lean  | luff" which in i l Induce them
:.. pul oat  their monej   in  .i oountrj
�� iii'h canno) suppo       - Inhabttaats,
b  Hum  a m lllon ol  whom  have
emigrated u> tli.- i Stati *     u ���
canno! refrain howevei from blaming
- ���- viie stamp . o miiii.iii
ol   this   .-ity   for   Mi.-   wrll  rs     in   the
French  paper's  b< ahoui
��� aud " bs how  .,.,. to In
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ha land we �� ��� h ai U. I.
in  Taylor has , d In bla
,,., . ���   ��� lan   troi ��� um.*,
- ,1 - ill;     .ill I  j
Loot,"     l urn tl i   Ras. ���        I"
.   or.    Empl -
ing  K--\
... ,i.    "La ��� d the
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and >- bo to
"GET THE  HABIT"
Closed Today
y ,,n, i to ., r   M
SEE OUR CHINA  SPECIALS IN THE
WINDOW.
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
V. I sell for th.   IS
STORES   TO   RENT
The new Odd Fellows' hap   on   I "'*"��� ��*   Eighth and   Carnarvon     -tree!,,     ..
occupation   on   A.gu_t   1st.    There   ir*   "*re��   n'ce.  we" h9h"'d   itore, lor im.        I
thS  under-,jned        The   first  appl    ��"*���   "'lv*   '""**  cho,ce.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Du        t   BK'Cl..   Columbia   stre''
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ire  wrlttei
- - ���   vii_t on   ���
one, .i. 1-:   \..
d     in    a   Paris
R   .
Is   . unk n s u ' in
ire    new  ai
.   .    ,:.v>      Most ol
ia uninhabited     Mot
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are ...-���-
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an i   ��� !������ : -iv ���
utterly 1
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Th ,..--,
ratlve
o   taken  his cue rrom Too
���    in the Hoi
I-'. ouni j   in  >..! Ich (' ipitaj la
���  .  unknown it mlghi surprise
the writer of the "Grande Revni
to knoa that v.mad., has .-.>".
 ,000   mv sted   In   agricultun
$700,000,000 in manufactorlng Indus-
N'early 46.000 nu ��� * ��������� ��� illway.
��� lent the primitive ci. ��� ��� ol
our transportation faclUOeB, ani a
new transciMittnenta] being constructed from the Atlantic to ��� Pa
i -..; r. ,ihing of a canal system in
which t90.000.000 of mon -y haa been
*    ������ vi. :      \  '.-til ���     $������' '.- 	
���  a year  represeni.  thla  infanUe      $1,H     . .,       offered
In our savings- irest   and   conviction  of Ues   * ho
WHAT   THE   DAILY   NEWS   WANTu
TO   KNOW
en the steps   i
built   ��� ���    Cam       d
u hen   Ui.   I' ... rnment
Nt ^a   .Veal
H,,\. . M ...   s   ��
Hindu to cut in* lawn
SN ben the d u El< i
eni    Btreet wl .   ��� ..,51*
When   more    oppoi   in   .      a ..
to view th I
Tecumsehs  vs.  Westminst
"What We Haw We'll Hold," and what we haven't got we're after
Peat   Experiments
Ottawa   Jun.   -
of pu   .     vorks has I. ontract li
fi :   .-.a   experlmen ��� to 'est
.the  value of peat  ..- ������-.  ol
Tha   stati. 1     ��� -' 11
in view of the - ��� '��� pesu
which  exi*t  In Om 1 ; gj-s-i"*.-
it   is  exp- wed ���������*,' 1 im. 1. ���
will be follow. ' mi results
SPECIAL���Before going to the match
be sure and get one of our
Straw Hats 50c to $5.00
NOTICE.
branch of commerce.    -,^^^^^^^^_    .
bank there repels a lUtlo nest egg oi  -;���  ;'
j..* . ash. M^^
Tn,- lav that a V g. -portion of
t: country is un- \ on . ..* only evidence ..! Canada's gn ���' Cansda
Is 8bcu eighteen Mm-- the -'Z^ ot
prance, and lia�� a coasl Un.
te hall the ci mi inference ol
ea th. There i= room to .row, for the
three northern districts of MacK-nzi-
T/v ....   -.      Fi inklin are larger than
T'i' na.
T>->. v. n '��� Of Canada seem to
fciow little of the subject. We have
mines fori - s, coai ar _. and other
pr--;, es "i wealth ������: future genera-
li ���- No other counir. r,n earth can
b,     i of natural  res -  of the ex-
|,- ��� V  ,.*���    po -. .' tnaila
Th - country  la Oiling u;. as  rapldl;
as Is consistent wiih ., -*iirula
tion of the new arrivals, and th'-
en*,  povernment  ii-  making even pro-
. - on for the   u ��� ommodation 0.  I  -���
co;- ni-1 ���  .- th.   future.
Tl     nrti. >- -iaring in
1 .  .;,..,. -     I'jon the subject
of tran      tattoo �� . - and fir*t
��.n..ng  the  nations of   the  world  in
traD*-i<<r'.-vion  fad! I proportion
tc our !. pulation.   Our railway mil*-
ag.   pet l..-a,l i* greatei  than that of
r CjI.Uli;.'.
Fran-,   has one mil- ol rallwa.   to
every   I 590  ;.ersons,  Canada ha* one
1.   ������ tor every 300 persons.
. anada        nee Ij aa much railway
:    eage aa  <ireat   Britain,  a   ii'-'-.'-*
niilega-   than   Australia,   aud     more
.. lta'.;. and B  1 n eomWaed    Let
- wrkar In the   Qrande it*-'.--' dl-
���hese facta     etore  rushinu  Into
itementc  -        oui  Ina lequate
��� :   . oiiiiniiiil-
Etevn. -    iso 'hat
- account of Ca- 1 . Jth In mtn-
���   ���   l< - ��� Ad
rod    - flctll
n answer to ,.. -
:      .��� -.      a..rth     111
past  21 1 _e
-: ���   ��� ���   ���  i   most ex
Including   12
���    ' ii !    in-
num. -1 lr
I ���    ���      ���-   ,        -v -
1,1          Fish       ��� 1 1 potent atom   is
worth 115,000,     Since iv','.. Canada
les, nod .- .  ��� it th     'i bo
', 101   w.  .   -..v .
��� -   iv j,,11*     Farm   animals  ai       I
millions
We  mighi   give  oth. 1   : sons   bul
a ���   ���   will be - iffli leni  to 1
-��� nl thing    statement    in    the
"Grande   Revue.'     The  difficult)     is
e hi      .een done
'    Can   la   tad th   1   -������ \<- an ���  n,. wa.
ol . .      -in san* circulation to these
wen  given   i"  the   IHjellous
on - a ��� 00 tntrj.
f.ial ii    1 nul the ar-
11, le i*  thai  tie   w 1 Iti 1  concludes by
ial   ,.     bas   10 ighl   in   ii-ll
v., ],, ordei s>. keep the Intend-
11 ij   endgranl   from   Pranc     iin->':iiie
1 b.     .1 n .   dtaappolni n enta  "'
ti,,  so-called EJden," to   av.  the per
1 n nn from Investing in a trade omn-
uiuiiiiv   where "Fraud Is held in high
cut    logs    loose    trom
mill 9 .nd..y morning June
20th.  1W9
FRAS1   . EUVBR LUMBER 00
NOTICE.
Pa" - - .1   van:-.-    ._���:::
Iv ' < v    Limit, d     are    -
juf- ���-���-ent  them at  once for
��� ������ ���    eni       LII  so , .ints due to
I *'.rm must be pa d ft
t .*. :������*-._-.. !
J   REICHENBACH,
P   0,  Box 172.  New We-tmlnster
Acme Headquartersi_i Men's Toggery
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
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Today's Shoe Prices at
JOHNS TON'S
Week   Beginning
June 28.
High-Class   Vaudeville  and   Moving  Pictures.
Men's
Shoes
Men's American
-.._de
iboes
��� .:,-
'���*���     and  oxbloodfl;    reeruli--
I-. DO
Iotl 00 A
PAIR
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'1 -     oxbV .*d
la, s
ixford
Shoe
1,  made  with
'a    lOW
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a BtylfSh young man's
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TODAY'S   PRICE,
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Ladies' Shoes
Ladiea* tan  buttoo .nf..rd��.   ��  I
only a fen left at
lira pair.
Ladle*   pink    'In.   and   whlt��   1     ���.
ihoea for
11.78   A   PAIR
--. Ue   blaeit kid oxfords   �� -.   pai
���      '1 .-
11.75  A  PAIR
el-H'b   front  Is     -
95c   A   PAIR
v.,.
ar   v.
the  l*in 1  '
$2.50 A  PAIR.
Mea -
brown c mi
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'��ol.
$1.-0  A   PAIR
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Ladl.      r. gnls    $. 00   whlti
- ids    made   with   Cs   Ifl 1  .in-
li�� si
$1.50 A  PAIR.
Children's Shoes
n's white ' ,.���-,,��    bo.
60c  TO $1 00.
'���1 $1 tS   ��tra|i   -II;..,.
11 lo .'   r..r
85c  A  PAIR.
f'hlldivn's   ba-'-' ���-.'        :, l.i
.   ipry  ',.-s>   ma-l-,
$1 00   $1.25 and  $1 50 A   PAIR
BEAMO  a   MERDY
Mm. so   Knot
AERIAL   SERPENTiM
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ED    MARLOWE
MADAME    KAISER
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Matinee Wednesday and  Saturday,
Monday and   Thursday.     Lower  Fl
Gallery 1 5c
Change of
oor  25c,  Ba;
rrogrtm
20c
nnv
('urtain rises at 2:15 and 8:15
M.
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
. Big Shoe House, Ltd.
^i_n of the Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST    SHOE    HOUSE
New Westminster, B. C.
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ADVERTISE SATURDAY,   JUNE   ,''���    1909,
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THE   D ' I F>Y   NEWS.
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Cash Store
T. H. Smith
DAILY AT
P   VI     EXCEPT   SAT
���TOM INDUCEMENTS IN
Whitewear
Department
Big Price Cuts on Ladies' Underwear.
THESE ATTRACT,.E SPEC! A L PRICES C MING JU��T AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE
WARM SEASON ANO ON GOOD. OF SUCH | /|DENT DESIRABILITY, CAN SCARCELY FAIL TO
CREATE   STRONG   INTEREST AU.  LADIES   LOVE  DAINTY WHITEWEAR,      AND      HERE      ISA
CHANCE   TO   POSSESS   ALl     .OU    REQUIRE   AT   AN   ENORMOUS   REDUCTION.     ALL   GARMENTS
'.RE   NEW   AND   FRESH    NOT   MUSSED   OR   SOILED.   AND   IF    YOU   WOULD   LIKE   SOME   CHARM
I NO    LINGERIE    THIS   IS   YOUR    OPPORTUNITY.       THIS    IS   NOT     A     QUESTION      OF        MAKING
MONEY:   IT  IS A STOCK   REDUCING   PROPOSITION SEE    OUR   WINDOW   DISPLAY.
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WOMEN
25c
WOMEN'S   DRAWERS,   good  quai-
Ity . - ������ 1*    *���'.!>'���-  wiih
hemstitched  hem, in
- ���   :.    each   25c
WOMEN B
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hand   w
Ith  deep
Boaaos
of  lawn  arttt
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WOMEN'S DRAWERS, extra fine
r-..mhrle finished with Mils, tucks, or
embroider. 1 ���:��� ��� tome with lees
and In ��� rdoa    S -  50c
WOMEN - '���' 1 '���'��� -s  In XI '
,  1
���    mated srlth -              ' *'
flalsbed    ,      ��� : ���
for ..      ��� 	
Me
U'oMK.VS  ONDERVESTS   SWISS,
sd  or    plain,    with     01   wl
sleeves    eteej   slse is thi.* loi    ft. g-
ular Wc, now two foi          25c
WHITI   WASH   \- U8TS
ff. tivelj      ��� mbrotdered      ��' '
an .1   dnaaua to oh -
-    loni  "'   '������"'    I ....
WOMEN-  BILK  UNDBRVE8TS   .1
��� 1 qnantltj only of these dainty
pirments       Regular  $10"  and  $1 --
 75c
WOMMN-a    KINK    LAWN    'i
COATS   ,1".' Bounce ���-���������
In  n VSriCt)  Of -villi., mosi   1
$1.50
WOMEN S  GOWNS,   in   extra   Bne
cambric,  fane,    yoke,    button  front,
111 -rl.  iiii,I   sleeves   finished   with  embroider]   .1 rery neat  garment   Bpe-
dal ' H-M
THESE     ARE    JUST     A    PEW   OF  THE   SPECIALS:   WE  COULD     GO     THROUGH     THE     WHOLE
STOCK   AND  FEATURE  EVERV   GARMENT-BUT   COME    AND SEE   FOR   YOURSELF.       THIS    IS
-   Ton.cT  SENSE   ALL GOODS EXACTLY   AS   ADVERTISED   AND   AT
A  GENUINE  OFFER  IN  THE  TRUEST  SENSE,
PRICES   THAT   ARE   UNDOUBTEDLY   HARD  TO   REALIZE.
T. H. SMITH
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Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
��� v m.' for tn ��� garfl-n at Tl-.
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������   Brown   wns  lined  120  and
toi  cruelty to a horse
city polk ei lax,
Don ��� . .--..--a   in
I   11   Todd's -*tor_, Bn 1
Stor    '<;,-11  everj   event  ���   '
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to the i^>
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Foi   -    ��� ���   .     cul  "���' - i anj
.   Davu
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W tore will
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lo all.       j    ��� - -   :, 1 11-
the I;-.' ���    .1
the New    W<
mlnati .��� ���
��� - o|  \i< idiuii &  :  a in
���     ..,,i-,l  ���,;   '
4 by J. C
���    Bennett,   oft. 1 ��� ���   ol
I'  R   who arlll 1 ike some -rlee -
of the dtj  v. bile on the co ���
 1   Of      RO    :.
Hood Flour.    Fall assort��� nt of 1 - -
I    i      18, now in stock      Hale Br.
-.- Co., Ud.
The ,,ltir--r- of the local union ol
Christian Endeavor will 1 elected st
the Julj meeting, the executive having met ,.n Tbnrsdaj nnd nominated
mem ei * to till th. position.
That light, delicious, w&oteeome
I read  you so much enjoyed  at y. ir
: I. :. I'a hous_  was mad,;  with  Uol li
Hood Flour.
Tho  sale of work  held  by   fi .  Ladles' Aid of .St   Stephen's church yea-
. '.rday at the residence '"" -^'r?   F. l- ,
11 Myers  peeved  a  gr��a:   sneceas   both
' .tally  and  financially,  ov-r $125 be- I
I Ing taken in receipts.
Ho!   for   tb��*   Ladner   races.      Tne 1
steamer Transfer will leave for Lad-1
v     at  11  o'clock Saturday, June 26th]
. Instead of 2 p.m., to give any and il! 1
j        opportunity  to attend  the  Ladner
: ices.      Do not forget the date.     ������
I ������ ;im_ for getting in tenders tor
��� .. Improvement of the Vancouver-
New Westminster r"ad has been exit oded by th.- Burnaby munici;....
f.uneii until the date of its next
i:...-eting, Friday, July  1.
The I. O O F. building will be
ready for occupancy about August 1.
J J. Johnston, acting tor the Odd
Fellows' lodges, has three nic_ stores
in tlie building to rent **
Secretary Wade has reque.t.-d Gen-
*r-al  Superintendent Buste-ed, ol    the
1     I'   K   to meet a committee of the
board   of   trad--   on   Friday   next   with
���T-r.er.ii_e to the complaints  of Inadequate  service  and other  matters.
Have a glorious Dominion Day outing: a week's free trip up to Prince
Rupert and Skeena City. Enquire
of McAdam & Irwin, Colum'.,ia str
Elaborate arrangements have been
made by the B. C. _������ R. Co. for the
handling of the crowds -hat are ex-
pectsd in this cit, tomorrow to wit-
oeaa the game. Practically every
laaaeoger car mailable will be pieced
>n 'he interur .111 run after twelve
O'ctook. Double-headers     will    run
.���very half hoar and Jieie will be
thirteen special cars from \ anc iuver  to the park alone.
1 Four hundred dollars cash buys a
modern home one block from Columbia street, the balance may be paid
monthly. This house contains live
rooms, bath, linen and other cupboards, fitted pantry, tiled kitchen
veranda front and back, and nice garden. Price only $1S00. White, Shiles
& Co., 628 Columbia stree.. city.     ������
For Style la Parlor F lrnttiir,. ��c*y
the line shown by
VV. E.  FALES
A beautiful sutte of r, ptecee for
$27.00.
A splendid assort m-nt to choose
from.
We hav- received a I urge consignment of
BAMBOO  FURNITURE
. a lea, from 50c up
Hunk   slldf.  four  shelves    $1.75
Corner Stand   IS above $1.40
Y0.1 talk about rook Kits' We
in,v.- a beauty;  hardwood solid seat,
for >200
Nursery Rockers, for $1.10
gi  .   ,.. n ..     an 1     satisfy   . vir-
Belv. *
The   B:��   Furniture   Store
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
UNDERTAKING   IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES. PHONE   176.
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There is nothing so cool and comfortable as a pair
of White Canvas Shoes.   Just think of it���we are
selling them at $1.50 a pair.    Be sure you have a
pair for the holidays.
YOUNG   MAN:
We have the niftiest White Canvas Shoes ever
shown in this city.   Be sure you have a pair to
wear with that nice summer suit.
THE  PLACE TO GET THEM   IS
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE RELIABLE SHOE MAN.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
BUY    YOUR    GROCERIES    AT
Adams & Deans
It will pay you to let us fill your orders.
Corn Starch, 2 pkgs. for 15c  Choice Seeded Raisins,  15 oz. pkgs
Jam, in glass bottles. per bottle  ..15c      on -v       	
New Potatoes, . lbs. for 25c  Ruubarb. 3 lbs. for 10c
Carnation Cream, 2 tins for    15c
Premium Flour, per sack $1.90
(This is a good bread flour)        .Tetley's Tea, 3 Ib. tins for $1-00
For a No. 1 Ceylon Tea we recommend   Bra.d't  Best at 50c      Ask for
a sample.
ADAMS & DEANS,i��2SS!^t^^
P. BURNS A CO.
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
From this date our drivers leave.
east and west, first trip at 8:30 a.m.,
and Second trip at 10:30 a.m. sharp.
All orders placet! before these hours
will be guaranteed prompt delivery,
and all meats on time. Please be
sur,. to send orders early
Afternoon delivery, 2 p tu. and 4:30
p.m..  sharp.
P  BURNS _ CO..
per S   C, TRAVKS   Manager.
June  -1.   IW.	
No Flies on
Your Cattle
It  you   use   our  CATTLE   WASH.
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Cows     can't     produce     milk   and
fight flies. Besides it's humane
to protect the animai from torture���$1.00 gallon; container extra.
THE (OMFORT^
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DRUG   STORt,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
SPECTACLES FROM 50c.
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are truly insured if you take out fire, life and accident policies in the reliable Canadian companies
which 1 represent.
The great advantage which I am able to give
over others in the matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing 1 will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA 8T.
~4+++44+++++++++++a++++++++ +4
PHONE 62.
Take   a   Free   Trip   to   Prince   Rupert
and  Skeena City.
Spend July  1st  up north;  a weefc
glorious outing, berth, meals, passage
everything   Inolud-d.      First   sale   of
Skeena city  lots  on    townsite.  Jun..
,::*>th.     Tnnutre of MacAdaia __- Irwin.
Columbln street. |
IT  PAYS TO  AOVERTI8E
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THE  DAILY
WS.
SATURDAY,  JUKE   26
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Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LOOTED
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company. Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE  LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line   and   V.   V.   and  E.   Cloverdale to   Sumas   ,<ailwav.
Ml* PS1I0N OF iQOVtH.VMtNT WILL
IKTEINJmOMLL--'      INSPECT WW JTIIffS
fut -
"i deflnlt.    ,
*kei      Ind-ubt.
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Chjrgrd   With   Swindling   Ncaraguan   Analy.n
government, M      Cia."*�� He Wji
Agent  ol   Guatemala.
of    Department    if    Internal
p   .rnue  la   Now   at   WorK   .���
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d -rs. endorsed     l>
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Lai B   lv  Public    Bai -i-  -
will until    4
Mon laj   Jui.   21,
in, n: i'.-nd, r*  WflJ  i,
Bldered unless uvad.- upon aud In ac-
cordan,     with    the    cond l    ..    ,
tain* -. in forms furnished  by Depart
ment.
Pl        an i    specifications    mav  b��-
VITRIOL   SPLASHED
ON   ME-N    ANO   TEAM
June t       - i
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Will Arrive Today
This   Policeman   Real   Nice,
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to
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Bell ���   Public I'.     '.   Lady-
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MAKE   YOUR   API-, A i
through the colu'-
Th��  Men
NEWS
Eaflterbrook  Mi
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FLOUR!       FLOUR
IMPEHIAL
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL
TERMINAL
HINDOO   TLOUR
McQuarrie &Co._
l per  Bl
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FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modem im-
W A T c. -    %   i i i _ _
Pretty Parasols
A   FEW   MORE   OF   THE
15c
SIZE  JUST   ARRIVED.
AT
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NATURALIST   PROTESTS
A&AINST   CAGING   ANIMALS
Chicago        . ...
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country.  Is tbe "pinion  ���
.in part  hen   he
Thea iiv  a-, '��� ���
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provements, and ^ix lots in orchard, between Pine and '1
streets, facing  Fourth  avenue,
Price $8000, half cash, balai
terms.   Apply McQuarrie & I   .
Front Street.
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MOREY'SI
BOOKSTORE
665 Co'u-'-fc 3 street.
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patlon ,     ������:,   Daniel  B*h-
Ui'*: I   Sixl        ������    . .   -..
tnlnsti ��� mm..-. .a! torn ���
ib- ...   , :  tn... lake
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LD   a   -       ..   on   distn.
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on ' ��� -.ii, ueiu-e=i Ui. oentre      -..
"I    . :   lot   15,
.    , tantlty of  a
f"- feet per sieoond
hnracter of th    ,    ,-  ���
���a . ition   iiiii . .   .  ping
��� for   _..-v
i.'i '. he premises on a ���  ���*-���������-
_- ..- .-���*]   District loi  10, New
Wi - ... n tei   district
I     'gi  TLe   purj>o*es     for     vblcb   the
*��� ��� -    .  to   :>..-   us'.-.i.     Irrigation  and
do:..- .
(h. ���'. : .r .r.lgation descrfbe *:-
land I be irrigated, giving SOC-Sfa
i.,-'-   t lot l    , ontalnlng laO a. res
(kj   Ij..*   iiotice wag po.a;t-d on  the   Kinftilom
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I CHURCH
SERVICES
SbndJ.,  June 27.
HOLT TKIMTV- it- .    \   Bai  Irtcs
Holy .-o!:.uiiii.i(,a.  s a_u_ *'.
*���- ..n     j-nd     c.',or-_J   t    aOnu
ai  11  .. ii.   k -���    ��� - .
: ji in      .Sunda.   aebo. | .
renaoag aad .*�� riw.ii .,r ; ;, m
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- -    - -    -    ,. wil.1  in  ��� .. �������� r.
U% abac ar of U
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l   turned   -��� b.   a
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cai  gaiikna      if are
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-3 tin--,  oiin  be  '������ ���   as i -���     ii����*
Intended I '   -���
Gj��tly   Relic   Ft>i.nd.
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mandei ��� ������ -
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a. ���:..���������    -
in a c'iar   �� ' ���  -       .'���.-..-
BT. AXDRgwa PUMBlX'ltatSJH��� v|r,,r"-'  am ��� nnd   4  bog eoa
Bev   J. s   HBBflaisoii.    ���*���
ricea  11  a.ai.  and    7
MOTION, VEM. POKH
fr��_h    W'yry,     b.mmtqr.   dJ>
Bee*    est   Wnrmwmr:   fork
PAciric
Meat Market
jiafctor     Set. ,,,   .    if  M. ,, ..
a-ai. and    .    ; m     Bahbatl A ,   v.
��chool    and     Uible    cla��i   2 30    pn, dul   Han.Id      ordei   t��.   .*���������
Morning    ,   __������      1-,. 1, .n> o_    ��� 'sa '**''"- ,!'-''     '���  ana -'tut
"  erening.     T��o   K        .
Phon* 192
NcNtt.VY 4  .MimilN       Columbia St.
In
ine, i.u_. and applica-^ ,_,, ]f|  ,,_   ttttxmomn at iz     i'"n   in  '���' ' ���      ���       I died le   U���� ���
tion wl      ���   ��� lade to the 1 omm
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Rer    Mi     VI     ��� ��� ���-   .
aron the ih day of An^lWM         fa ,      .
Il    K.llHJT. ,
tangr   -.
1*72   and   .,.:_:.   In
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II.-  ����� v
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Crystal Theater
S ���   .   an 11 ..-
B   .
New   Weaun :.-
WATER   NOTICE.
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ion   wiU   be u..u:le  und  .   P    I   V
ANIMATED   PICTURES  AND   ILLUS     " ''       '        '    :'",;<      fObtaiaa
TRATED    SONGS    OF     THE     VERY   1^nje   *''   *���   NeW   W"*':"1'-^'T  dl.*.
HIGHEST  CLASS.                      " ' L   _
                            .ai   rhe
MAKE   VOUrl   APPEAL   t.  the  public
BT.   BTEPHEN'S   PRBBBTTJMUAA       ,h.ough the co.umn. of THE DAILY
���Rer   1    V.i.-daw Taylor.   V A
. .. minister    Services a: U a ia. aad
P 111 .   Sunday     BcbOOl   4.   | Jfl  p B
Bopplled
NEWS       Th��   Morning   P_pe'
:       : to he
patlon    _    :,     Lpplicanl    Daniel   ){_.-
PRCGR-iM      CHANGED       MONDAY.   ��,lu,   l;;17   gjjjj,   , ,. N,..A.   Wmtr
WEDVf.SDAY   AND   FRIDAY.     SPE-   ,,_,,_._., .   Q   C     <���
CIAL     MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.        ,  ,,   Th..   QhlUt.  (),   ���.
EVE'*iNG   PERFORMANCE   7:30       ���    .,,,,.t.      |  ���������, ,  . flowing
Adn-.iss cn���Chddren    _c.   adults    10c-   ;!:i, -,h M.������;.....,,,.       aad 9 Of lot 10.
KNOX  I'Hh.SliVTKIUAN   CHURCH
Bappertoa���Bai   B  <;   Tkrtaajssa. m
a . pastor,    Pafalic wor._ip. ,_�����:. ag,
and   ooca    ]1   a m :    evealag,    7    p.m     8a_ha!l,
English Watchmaker
ASK   VOUR  GROCER   FOR
J. M   COMPTON, Manager
suburban   lilcck   XI      ...-: . ��  *���,    ,.   j   jg
school   and   Hible    cla>.a    I:M    u m
P     '-T   "���*        .���    U.,1:..  :i.      .    .. ..
QUBE.N B  WK.M B MJBTHODltn
ii--     <'      W.     Brows       .._.-,>r        3er
1   a��! :   7   ,,   :-.       S,.vl,
NEW WEt-UNGTON
COAL
1
Pt.V.SVLVXUr. SMITHY COAL
UA,\FF AMHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYER3
Suc��t.s.��or  to
Mayera A Pretton
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345.             Phone 105.
NEW
Summer and Autumn Goods
for   Ladies and  Gentlemen
A beautiful line of material for
tailor made coetumes and saltings has
JllBt  arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit and gooa
workmanship.
WING  YUEN
Kwong  On Wo A Co.  Block,
Cotwmbls   snd   Mclnnee   Sts,
Phoae 64. P. O. Bog 666
' mo and Thirteenth atn   i
(d) The  i| ii an tn.-.   of pl i - I
foot par �� tend
ii 1 'I be i bars, ter ol  thi   pw.
woi -       [1 -. viun flume and dlti b
if, The on whl. h tbe sal
��� :    Bd dlviaioaa -   ���  l,
. and  10 nr loi  10. 1"ibiiri.an block  XI.
11 , pui po es for which th ��� ��at.-r
is 10 be need     lr y.'-n.tt and Block
in 1 If for Irrigation dew rl - 'be
land Intended to be Irrigated, gli 1
acreage Subdivision 2 : t, I and
I,, ,,; lot i" suburban block xi, cm-
prtslpg about l acre,
(k) Thl* notice waa posted  on ths
2Hrd  day  of June,  1909,  and   appllc*
er on the 4Hi day -if Aa��ni8t, lin
tlon will be made to tbe oonuntaalou-
(1) (live tbe names and addr.*-"*
of any riparian proprietors or Been
���-cb who r,r whose land��. sre Ukely to
be affected by the proposed works,
either abov.- or below the out lot
j Nonn
D.  RAHHITT.
1317  Sixth  avenue, New  W'-stin'.n-
Bti-r, B   C
j. in
1   Bchrx.J   ,,1
on di
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���mc* 'Phon,   18s       Barn   Phone 1>
Columhlj   .treet
HagKSKe   dellveron    promptly    to
��ny  pari   >r ��li�� pity
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
WKST    END      METHODI8T    It 1
U    ������     'alv.-:      UU       ,
''   '     ��� ���'������   and   ;   ,. -;i
'������'-- a-m. Bund
!    '  pm .   Epworth   1 -:
:*x   s   ; <���- .   . eting Wed
day at I ; 1
BAPPE8-ON MBTHODIdl -   B.
y.   D,   Bradan,  pastor      Berried .,
11   am   and   7  ;, m;   Sunda
*���' ���" p in  Epworth league
ev. ning at s o'dkn hi
BT. PAUL'S BEPORMED BP1800
PAL���Rav   \. den. Owen, rsctor. ,.-,
rlCS at 11 a.m   and 7 |,m.    Holy Vou.
manlon flrsi Sunday la the month a
'"' wwslni Bomr*    Prsyar meet
on Thursday at 7:10 p m.
OUVET BAPTIST���Rer. Mr Baker, pastor Bernoea 11 a-m an.i '.'
P-m aunday aobool at 2:3b p m
Hiowt��k prayer meeUud ca Wednei
tla>  a 1  S o< lock.
PRE1    METHODIST    chapc
Eighth   street,   between     Tbi.'d
rth  STenuea.     class  ni��-tin
Preaching,    11    am.,  Sunda
Gold Watches for Ladt-'n '������ na |i. /���
��� p
Slh'r    WatCkeS,   n-riv     ,,;..-r
1*00
fl  v��r w at. h.-��. iri'n..*'   opes      .���
VI irO     1 (i
Aici-nt     for     Walthstii     and
eeai-iea
v. *'ch repalrlni a ���    rlalt.
F. CRAKE
���  .-������
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
A-e s���� fat you g*1 M,
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST   ARRIVED
For   Wlwit,  Bjrley,   Oals    C^opt.   Chicken   Feed.   Br��n,   gNoHt    M'.
etc,   nt.   tte.        *��   will   etm   I^At   you   gel   it   promptly.
HALE. BRO.S. & CO.
LTD
Phon,   J.S
1SS  COLUMBIA   STREET
P     O.   Drjv����
from    f,r
IfltSSlM
���l.I.,
Poi
a. 11
Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they have"taken over the
business of
THE PKICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on C    mbia Street, and solicit the contin-
f>atronag"e of all customers.
BC-O'd   2.30
-*-���,    ,.ev   |.m.;   u-rvl, ������  a     i   p
Mi-i* ek prayer meeting,   Th-ra
r;46 p m.     llollne.*:, mwtlnn  111
*���' ' 16 p.rn.     W, B, Van Va.iii   -���
geiist
SALVATION'  ARMY���Service.!.   w||
bs oondaotad la ths a. A. bam. ki
"*  flunds)' as follosm-   \\  a.m., I'oil
**��*, 3 p.m.. Fre_ and Kssy mei>tlni?:
" SO p in   Halvatlon meeting    Cap'ai.
li M'.Mlllan, offlcsr In charge.
P.   BURNS   & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Batchers,
LTD.
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHOWE   W- SATURDAY,   JUNE   28
,.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE  8EV_N.
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up to
MARKET
REPORT
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Society
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ball   cei
and
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ipp c of mi bow- co ,i Irs. S. R
D   ,-     ��� t).    .      ��� BCI '������'���'- ' '.      i.      '
to qua H | iiiniiiy.   v.
old at I to       j--  II.   \   l.    '
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i.    ���    Um     ��� ���    ent.     ill
ft   I of  Arm-
-  ��� be  '. ,-,<��� ...  i  hotel.
Mi.    IV  .1    Hi       and  '
led out to -���-.v
fa r lake 1       1
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WE   ARE    READY    TO    SHOW
you how . to buy our
blgb-claas    building     materials
tban it la to purchase ths poor-
Kind.      We    can  polnl    to
. i - i   wttn  our  r.
tl ,i   .-. .er  need  repairs.
We   can   p.,!:.!   to     "in,-   Others
:i  ���  1   ���      airs   all   t!l     t tn".
Bui   ��� not  built of ..ur
materials real
i beapn. -
Ir.
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bu Ini
Mr-K v /:> l> .minion
llli wack  o
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
| Form   No   9 ]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
oi   Oca      '.,...   Oi
[Form   No.  '.'.]
LAND  ACT.
I ,.   ��� ;   Cl
at 0. B
Form of  Notice.
, ���   Range One.
Our   Stylet
And  you  can   _r.
'i-st   you   muit   _
:.-'t  you?
We  can  .how you  n.t   ont   lw.  fcu,   f   ^
W. can also ��hov.   . .   m
_:V00   buy*   j    a     |
I   to   Ioo w
^ndei ..is, ol      Take notice thai   lames Watson, ot
a In                                     th��. tea hou   on Ba  u   ���    la *   in hon- Vancouver, B   C_ o.    upatlon ���-���      v. -.���, ...     i;. ,  . occupation, tanner,
.1   A    Da ���: ,..   ol   Van- 'D'-'':               ;        ;' ���         ml* Intend   to ippl. tot permission to par.
Pric.                            ���-      ���   ��� purchase    the    following     dei      - I -  .   -    owing described Isads:
from  ''''">��� ���       endng at a post   planted on
P  :. Ipal and  Mr*   SI              f th. Commencing al the   nortbeasi   thove  ol    Owl  island.
f vi                                                    ��� '   - ��� '          e ot Bt Dated June 6th, 1809.     Applying for
��� - !                 !        md and Salem, Oregoi tne 41      1909 \ .ply- the whole Island, containing 160 acres
��� :v���-.   Iz. fl   a                    honu-   in   Align
���Or,    ,   _
StS   to Order a Sti .  ,ake
tavr
edlui     Ized home In
ner. ",��� "I, 	
11 1-2c to 12c, as      Mra. S. A. Fled b<      nd fan lly left
it last msrl        Larg.        - morning for their  rammer hon,
. ilng        from   ���- '-������'  ~ mn ���
,    :-,,'..   to 10. 	
���""' Mr. T   H. Smith arrived home last
bowed Btgna Wedneedaj aftei having ���     ,���!,*���
:'' : prii ���     '    ��� two months visiting bis old borne In
- rs.       i'n, ��� .... i s-   ��� ,.nfj
' .'.-  i,,  10. 	
..- .   .���:   eggs,       \j
��� -������ md foi  th. -.��� a bb good ...
1909
ine  for the whole island   ,- ��   more Or less
...  i   ���    more or less
OLE BENJAMIN AXDER80N.
Pe    B   H.  FORD, Agenl
i ':',- I   J .[].-    ... .   v,   ���
JAMES   WATSOiH,
Per ri.  H.  FORD, Agent.
I. ited June 6th,  1909.
[Form   No   9
LAND  ACT.
.1    .     Brown   b   vi-iting ln  _V-
Form of  Notice.
District of Coast   Rante One.
[Form  Xo. :*.J
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
REID & CO.
PROPER CLOTHES For MEN
Kl   CLOSED   SATURDAY      AFTERNOON
MATCH
FOR     LACROSSE
<><> 1    COLUMBIA   STREET.
���   -      marl <������   b'-ine  sold  before
the . reding al 30 et nti srhole-
-. i   16c r tail
dedin. I slightly, ttv d' ���
-������'���' a bai |.   - than the supply,
whicl   -a.-.-  large      Wboleaahra paid
22c ��� , .V   and retailers 80c
i ���      poultry    market    was    brisk
F-.uis were In good demand and sold
.at from $7.50 ���-��� $9.00 a dosen Obtck-
w. ni ������ sdlly at from $6 to $7 ana
. era   al from   $:i   to  $.       Dockt
��.--.- qnoted at from IT t,, t* 50, the
' ���   tad  be nu onlj  I r prime blrdB.
A Dumb*>r of small pigs w  .<��� shown
ie notice that Dora Anderson, ot lof Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady.
  .   ac -ouver,,   B.    C��� ocenpatlon   lady, Intenda to apply for permission to par-
M-- Thomas Bcoolar, who wa_ for intend, to apply for permission to pur- 'chase the following described lanus:
many years a resident of this city, but chase the following desert ed lands: Commencing at a post planted ia
baa apent th,. last tew years in Ham-j Commencing at a po=t planted on,-he bay at northwest corner of -Maud
ilton. Ontario, will with her son, Mr. fa(. north shore of Klaoitsis island, a island, tbe largest island in the In-
Gavii T Boooiar, spend the summer ! small island south of Turn��� Island. I**0 group. Dated June 6th. 1909.
here. Mrs Boooiar win arrive on j Dated Jun,. 6th. 1909. Applying for Applying for the whole island, eon-
Wednesdaj   when  she   will    he    the  the  who e island,    40  acres  more or  mining 60 acres  more or less.
guest
avenue
Mr
their   -
s-ien I
>f   Mrs.    Richard     R.es,
Mr
i��    Vis,
Curtis
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
..t   various   stalls   and   for   these   the  ���*'<*''-
il'-niar.,i wu good      1 he price ranged
from J: '-, $1 SO si lece
.J ring lalmoe wer,- in evidence and
B ���: ..t fifty cenU-
The display of poi :>!ant* an-1 COt
,|l wera was excellent .nd th-- d< a md
good There was ats��, a good snowing of tomato cab! -������ and omltfiow.
Bi     lanta   for  beddini:  out.
a_id Mrs. H. P. Latham, and
mall son, Will leave today to
tbe *'irnn_T months at Sunny-
' P Davidson, of Vancouver,
lng her mother, Mr-a. D. 8-
Me rl vale   stre t.
Fif'h   less.
DORA   ANDERSON,
Pe.   S.  H.  FORD.  Agent-
Dated June 6th.  1909.
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN-
HE       DAILY NEWS
Cafain   Brook  of  the  0.  S.  Army
a_d b - bride mee Mis.-. Tilton)  w-re
the guests of featr Aunt Mr... J.  W. ���        hl_,.
Harvey,  * The Glen."    They  left  the  ' "     4
*am,.  lay (or Wyoming whore Captain
Brook is  stationed.
being  the   month   for  Garden
thi>   different   ehurohes     are
Zr  .^-rriTS     on   **  ����  ��^*  niore or less
Has "RQB1X HQOir���the Flour that is Different���
been used in your home yet?   You should start now.
Don't put off trying this wonderful new flour.
Evsfj   �� .... of _������: rrviking  guoces-es       The day  your hu��-
b*n.l .   the ereed or the paetry 'Is atmply    fine' -,- _ hspj
d*y tb\n sseaJ toi (roa      '.' nd li go'
,- mn you moat u-e th.    est fl   *
���   ��� ���      |   b n-mi   fai |i   il  ��� then most women th
la rn rr ��  eai   llffereae, in n .      ���      differs i    In methi      ind ti
kaowh ���-.-   ���   mMHag      Tin* all w i .:���    n di-ercnci. In th��> flour, in   ���
prod ���
���ROBIN HOOD" .'������     abowa m-x   ntrelj bow K---at a difference there
ii  -��� ��������� *> - i ��� v :--.- ���'���!��� .mi poo rer   Soon      It u* mad,* of    the oest
Saskatchewan   wheat     Our  equipment is the neweal an-l most modem in
'   ������  ..l.i \ -:.n fio     v,.*:   |   ls   such   that   We   know-   how   to
arowt th- . and tak.  idi ! :h     beet   Improvement, in ttia-
tnil.lni! lad .-���
"ROBIN HOOD" I'I .ur has delighted all who   have   used it la Canada
y���r on.   ' .   ���>*������ * ii:'.-.- m v-        tian    other Hours.     Don't forR.'t
thla when i��r dough      r    loal made from "robin  hood
i'i..hi |b Itghi flakey, beaatlfs .. iwsei aad most nutrition* it i the finest
loaf your huibund. >our children or you your.Hf can eat.
Uatm than thai "Robin huou piour is aoM under a positlva ruan
ui.. i i , ���  tUaaatlsfled after you have :>.ik,*t twice
��iih it. >,,.�� nr,.,-, i i* gathortaed lo rafusd >*<_r mon y Could we show
gTeated   ���     sd In "ROSIN HOOO" Flour?
I,..,- -robin hood str trial  tad dont torgei to note Mis
rf..., ��� oi   ,   . .     a        than ycu use ��ith other Hour*
^OBIN HOOD^ Hour is the flour that is making
^ensation in western Canada. All over the west it
is being talked about. The question neighbors are
asking today is: ''Are you using that new ROBIN
HOOD FLOUR?"
Jun,
Parte.
hoi lint
-ueaday Si Barnabas held a very -'*<*
ores/iil one In the rectory garden. St.
Rater's Roman Catnollc social was
to have been held on Wednesday, but
owing to the rain was postponed I'll
th.. following Wednesday. On Thursday evening St. Andrews' schoolroom
WM EHled to its utmost capacity, the
concert and strawberry social being
a decided success On Friday St.
St. ; ben s and Holy Trinity held their
anmuil tea for which they had an ideal
day Both were in the form of a
_ard>-n i-arty. St Stephen's being held
ul Mrs F. C. Meyers and that, of
Holy   Trinity   in   the   garden  of   the
See House."
Form of Notics.
District of Coast   Range One.
Take  notice   that  John    Olsen,  01
Vancouver, B. C , occupation, farmer,
intends  to   appJy   for   permission   tc
the    following
lands:
BERGKTA  ANu_R-O.V
Par  S.   H.   FORD,  Ageal.
Dated June 6th,  1909.
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast, Range One.
Take notic.  that    _.ank Jacobsou,
of  Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply  for permission
to  purchase   the  following   deacrtbexl
described .lands:
Commencing  at  a   post  planted  in
Commencing at a post planted in ja small bay on north shore of Bend
bav at northwest comer of Davies island. Dated June 6th. 1909. Ap-
i. l_nd. Dated June 6th. 1909. Ap- ; plying for the whole island, contain-
plying for the whole island, contain- ing .0 acres more or less.
JOHN  OLS_.N.
Pa-  S.  H.   _ ORD,  Ageut.
Dsted June 6th, 1S09.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Forrr of Notice.
District of O _st Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C-. occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing  at  a  pos:  planted on
the southeast shore in a smali bay on
���  Compton    island.      Dated   June    tth,
Miss  No-p.  A-mstrong. who for t_e  1909.     Applying for the whoie island,
;iast   year   hca  ���> .     .-tending     the containing SO acres more or less.
Bransome u-.dii's' colli .*   a   Toronto,
.1    i.v.1  to h'*r home Thursday.
RALPH   JACOBSON.
Per   S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
POLICE  AND BURGLARS
FIGHT AT PORTH ARTHUR
[Form  No   9.J
LAND ACT.
Port Arthur. June 16.���A pltt-MO
battla between police and .urglar*
ensued >bis morning, when Sergeant
>V|a   and   Constables   Thurlow   ;md
���
District
Take   notice
Form of Notice.
of Coast   Range One.
that
Jacob Jaoohaoa,
Syniens went down tht> shore eight |of Vancouver. B C . occupation, car-
miles to hunt out the resort of a gang penter, intends U> ap;.ly for pennis
who hav.- lately been operating in the sion to purchase the following de-
two   cities,   and   made   a   number   of  scribed lands:
hauls. Tli,, gang scented the approach j    Commencing at  a  post  planted ��n j
of   the  officers,     and   fled   along   the ;th��.  southwest  shore of Mound island
kIioiv, after  emptying   their revolvers i Dated, June 4th. 1909       Applying for j
at   tlu-   police.     The   police   returned   the  whole island, containing  M acres j
the   fire      None   of   the   officers  w-ie  more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON.
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th,  1909.
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take not _e that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occup*uon.
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following d��s-
seribed lands;
Commencing at a po*t planted on
the norih shore of Crib isiand. Dated
June 6th. 1909. Applying for the
whole island, containing 90 acres
more or less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Peir  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th.  1909.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
*t
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
hurt, but It is not known whether any
of  the gang  were  wounded     The po- I
lie    found   a   large   quantity   of   bur- .
glara' tools  dynamite .md all kinds <.r
111.,-ds  supposed   to   have   been  stolen,
,- Iiich  they  brought   hack  10  the clt>
A   iM.r--.    all]   be   sent   down   by   rail |
to look  io-  the men. Who will in  the |
vviii'i'i,.   be  refuted   permission   to
,,.',-a any trains should they i... pass-1
Ip [.
Hat.
JACOB   JACOBSON.
Per  S.   H.   FORD,   Agent.
June 4th, 1909.
[Form No   9.
LAND  ACT.
AT  THE  HOTELS.
Russell   Hotel.
.1.
c
Wither*;.
.-ii. Vancouwr.
II
p
Wilson.
Chilliwack.
A.
Bi
iter. Sea
tie.
S.
D.
Btewaii
Vaaoouve|.
c,
J.
Qlaspel,
Toronto.
Mrs
2   Hum,
.'.iiu-oiiver.
J.
T.
Obisholm, Vancouver.
ileo.
Daws, B
-attle.
11.
D
Btackfo
,1.  Vancouver.
11.
P.
Blackfoi
d   Vnncouver.
T.
Brooks.  Vancouver.
Tha*.
Baandei
son.  Vancouver.
_.
D.
Johnsoi
, Vanoouver
H.
A
Kenned
v, Vanoouver,
Form of Notice.
District  Of  (Y��ast   Range  Olio.
Take  notice  that   Albert   Hunt.
Take notice, that sn application
has be.-n made to register Peter Henderson as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the Reev.
and clerk ot Surrey, to The Corporation of the Township or District ot
Surrey, bearing date the 31st day ot
December. A. D., 19ol, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
I land and premise, situate, lying and
being in the District of New Westminster. In the Province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lots 3 and 4, ot
Block 4. being part of Lots 7 and 3,
Croup '.', Map 456; Lot 7 of Block 4,
lieing part of l^ots 7 and 8. Group 2;
Lot '. of Block 4. being part of Lots
7  and  S. liroup -.
You and ui^se claiming through or
under you and a'l person, claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land  by descent, whose title
Ol ls not registered under the provisions
Vancouver, B. C . occupation farmer, of the "Land Registry Act," are re-
intetuls to apply for permission to quired to contest the claim of th. ran
purchase the following deecriOed purchaser within forty-five days from
lands: ;'he date ot lhe first publication of this
Commencing at a i>ost planted in 'notice upon you, and in default of a
bay on north shore of Kees island, caveat or certificate of Us pendens be-
one of the Anderson group. Dated ing filed within such period, or in de-
June 6th, 1909. Api'lying for the fault of redemption before regi-tra-
whole Island, containing 160 acres tlon, you and each of you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or In respect of
the said land, and I shall register
Peter Henderson as owner thereof ln
more or less.
Per
Dated  June
ALBERT HUNT,
S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
6th.  1909.
Windsor Hotel.
W. H. Ayliffe. Vancouver.
B. A. Dun-ant, Everett.
.T. w. Mane-8, Port Kells.
A. Allen, Pori  Dalhouele.
11. King. Vanoouver.
1. K. Brown, Staunton, Va.
Miss M. Stewart, Winnipeg.
S H. Bain, Vancouver.
D. Burgess. South Vancouver,
[Form  No. 9.
LAND ACT.
Lever Brothers. Toronto, wfll send vou
free a cake of their famous Plantol
toilet  soap, if you mention this paper.
Form of Notice,
District of  Coast   Range One.
Take nolle- that John Johnson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, salesman, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Ooouaenetng at a post pleated on
the north shore Of John island, an Island between Kees island and Davies
Island. Dated, June 6th. 1909. Applying for tb" whole island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Pea   S.   H.   FORD.  Agent,
Dated June 6th, 1909.
fee. And I hereby order that publication of Mi notice for thirty days In
a dally newspaper published In New
Westminster, wlll he good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster. Province of British
Columbia, this 3rd day of May, A. U.,
1909.
C. S. KKITH,
District   Registrar.
To   Yuk    Ohee.     Ch-w    Sing   aap
lohn .1. Weir.
HE HOME PAPER
Ib   the   Paper   That   Print*   All
the      Home      Newa.
The    Dally    News
10c   a   Week.
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NOW   IS   THE   PROPER   TIME   X
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BOWLING
The Weetminst.r i>��..*.iliig team did
|a Jitt-. ��� ��� tbaa usual in the B C
Telegraj      eague, making a  i��>;ui  ot
.- V M<'ill...i/i   ��ai*   binh   man
[botb  in   soore  and  average,   making
aa a\ - ' -      r.dlowlng ia tha
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Burden     n~,    168    163     IM
Smiil.       13.    138    lit.      Ill
Mom 23.    1'. ���    _ 13     .-"I
QU. I :.       178    203    178     ���,'���.:
 ill    121    -ll      173
Totals
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LOCAL  NOT Eb
Anderson & Lusby X
Preserving time
will soon be here,
and you should be
prepared for it. We
have just received
a carload of jars,
in pint, quart and
half gallon sizes.
Latest Imperial Improved Gem sealers. Prices are very
low.
COLUMBIA  STREET.
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Pints
95.
Don't  for gi    J.  H. _
a| Instrun -   * - ��� .     ��� ; tbia
-a .-��� -      Tbt   -������   ��� open evei
��� ing.     Thos. lag    mm
��� ���     menta at - - Ina do not
:      -..   ttend t]
J. H. TODD'S
Big  Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
Tb,. iin,   .ii  o|   Frai k   Boa ell    a
w.i- Killed at Sapp. n.,n on Thurad ij
a ll;  ; robablj    t.ik,     pla. i     Hond  ���
- ���   | h ibe da:- -i definite
Ij   tiwi   :,- allon   tlu   attendance    I
frienda in the Interior, who ni-e I
communicated with
Tli,.,.  wishing  ',,  secure Pianos ���.'
...ii,    ��holes ,i,    pi Ice    ah
call at ono  ..t   i   li    rod I - sto ���
onl}   a  (en   Ins)
���   are golnj  i .. ������
.Mr     .ind    Mi *     , ���       8    :.   I .
I  ovi rdale, where  Mi
-   ,,f   \t,    and   M:*    a    \>
\i i.- Mr   s. |gh j it  re-
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Tak.        free ������       '
Prince Rup.
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to    SI ��� 88
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Mr.  Br.
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Quarts    $1.15
1-2 Gal.   $1.35
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
APE    FINE.      TRY    THEM.      A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
_  S|
etch . .a     rend.
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... ��� ���
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. amp : .   sites
Whit.    8     ���     -
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\ :...'��� - ai v    ��� ���    police < ':
���   ; 111 be I     i . ,'...  next  a - ��� -
i .,���    wo 3 rgi   MUllaa
a ^. _   a       _rwji,
and  :!.,':   wera to hav.
proilmlna .   I ��� ��� v        fori
His     Honor    J i lg��     H< VBJ
I till aexi
Vt'edn.   lai
Edison Theatre
Animated     Pictures     and     Illustrated
Songs.
The  Sons of    B ..l    aril]   hoi
BI D ... i.i.     to    W   *'tnln��t'
lun. v  n on J I   i   train   ���*��� -
��� -   the   C    P,   it   (l��-;���,t   .it   '.' ���
In  the  morning      The  '���'"������  ��m   '
nti     , hildrea    under tweli
���   ng     allowed     to   tr.ivl   hn.
The da> will "(.--lit in Btat
rl-j Bcotci aporq od dan. i._ hai
Ing   U-en   arranged    ' ���  "n   Qallty"
km..md v      .- . tion
P. BURNS a CO.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program change,] Monday, nco-
n-V..- an! Friday. Special matinee
for ladies and children Saturdays at
2:30 p   m.
o��o#odo*otOdOOdO*o*o*o*Od oeoe_^o*-*c^x>*oeoeoeoeoeo
LADIES:
^'s have a large and np^o-date a aortment of girls   ind
-������.:-.'.        ip  tO ll ��� P      ���      '--.in   7 '������     ,
inging up to f
.. ' ..-in ai   * k
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THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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NAAS   INDIANS
ARE   ALSO   RESTLESS
Victoi la     .Iniii-    25      White    nun
have ai i Inst ui
the Indian    of th.   ��� I    . ���     ,1"hk the
i iver    *�� ho   lilts    thei.      uv.
���   ti.        ii tbe 8ke. na   si .��� In   .    ��� I
ni  mood
1 in-   Ib   the  r.-pi.rr   brought '.'
st.-an,. ���   Bl    Deni    ,,i   v,.   it.
.. hlch ai ri. <i al  Victoi
da \,, ordlng  to  b      pi
the chiefs atat,- thai  ih.   whit., men
ar.-  taking  their  land-    and   sltl
It   Ifl  dlffla nil   to  net   anj   parti.
in tan,<��� ,.' -iii*, ��� tatemeni it baa   ���
BtilBciettt to sei the tribes In an uki>
mood      Not '-ii,. of the Ind   -    i in
be Induced to pilot white nn-n ap the
Nan- or ren ih.-in i alio-s Bl
��� I i Vernet has K'irii. on a mis-ion to
pa. Ifj tbem Hs ea ��� , i engei
from pori ESsalngton t,, Prioce Hu
pert
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfound.and, and in London, Knp-
land, .sv* York, Chicago and Spokane,
LV S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available wiih
correspondents In all pails of the
world.
Savings Hank Department���Depositi
received in sums of $i and upward
and Interest allowed at 8 per cent. p.
annum (present rate).
Tola!   Asset-  over $168,000,0O0.UU.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
0. D. BRYMNER. Manager
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Sapperton
Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These ara a snap.   For full particulars apply to      I
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
From   v.i-  date our  driven  leave jl
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per E  C. TRAVES, Jdaaagei
June -1.  1909
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Models Ready
ALL THE NEW
SHOWN IN OUR
CORSET DKPARTMBO
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foctcon     land  mart ity id. Ncmoconeta
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thai ��� o other ooneti an da
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Nemo Self-Reducing
rho only eoreei ever made that really
hi-!;,ia si'.ut w.,iu,'iii i. reduce h.-r thdonen
with perfect comfort and hyfienk nfety
13.00 to $10.00.
For Slender Figures
Ai'mosi equally famota in the Nemo
Willow���Shape" (with tho novel Flatning- _ ,��
i'.at'k Skirt), tho "Military Ilelt" Cor_t��t. rJ0^'-
the wonderful "Beck-Reettn*'' CorRet, and ",408 "'
the chic "Swan-Sliaix-" all for slender and mt'ditim flirtires.
See our new NemoH, if you wish to know Fashion's latest
word on the all-important subject of corset*.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.

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