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IN6URANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMlNSfti.   B   c
IE 4, NUMBER
OR i HOOKS GRIP
-Atti Of WREtKAGt
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
SVBSTMINSTBR, Il  C. THUK-V       MORNING, .UNK 24. 1900.
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FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
mil CRAFT |
IS NOW IN PORT
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B
ook Will
Today
as Hoist.
Make At-
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10 CUP CHALLENGERS
ARRIVE IN ROYAL CITY
i Men Are All in Splendid Shape, and Saturday's Game
Promises to Be Toughest Yet    Manager Welsh and
President Lynch of Local Club Meet
the Invaders.
HAV I .MINE MAV
0CC11II THIS VEAR
RETRACIION ASKED
_
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Owing  to   Unfavorar. .   Weather.  Crop
Promises  to   Be   Very   Poor���High
Prices Prevail.
Pn    - ���   ad ca the eff.
here  will  . e  wm.
[shape oi a ba]  I i   ne tl
At present lm;. ,.- scare . and
FROM DAILY -Mb"
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Georgia Story Suppressed
Material Facts-Report of
Investigation.
On M. ��� :, ...   th.     it]        tn
er in price than  It ha-   been   ������    tbU   'ii appoint, i ,i  special  , ���-.,   -,,
seeaon tor years past, while from   he  tnee< <;. A   Keefer, Dominion ������   Went
with    ref. ren. i    i    the re-
I      il._   ,   .;.
a the < Ity.
e here.    At ;_n   -.   - ....  that th,
. ��� ��� ..:..:,. , ....-.-    ind, having
.   full , onflden. e In i
country the reports are io tbe ���
that  this  year's  crop promises   to
thr shor  of the av. ' :' '  ���   "      rtw, i��*r*
The present   ma tions on   ticularly thai attributed to Capt. Wor-
hay range from $24 to $26 a con  This   snop In  an  Interview   in the  Vaneoo-
,: ....  ... to local       :., .... . |  f'f '-our*.- is the tag end of the season   vt.r  world
n.1 to admit thai the Te< . .- the  snd  there  is  none but
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all,  i,i . ...
' lay i    tame
as lias not        :.
een on ace the I
pearanc.
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v.-  manager ot tne
to Th.   N.tt -
Are
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ch the' have -*������ out on
���     .-   had.
In   pr. year-*
1   Good   Shape.
are   atl    In    splendid
���    have
the quest ol   hi -        Ince h ftrai ���: ������-- however, the approach of the haying  .
The Reginaa wer. *'���  has usually had the effect of ,ao-ir>>-
on   Jan..   2\   to   ihe   -fleet
that thi   ��� -    -... .... -   .:.., ii
the river on Saturdaj foi twent;
��� ll. : westward.
.   the m     didn't
know each other the way the Inl
do.    The  Reginaa  were gathered  I
���   occasion trom all the f<
. . to try and wfes! ' ���
cud from New Westminster, an,! tht
mi-n had not had time to get confided. *��� in ��� er.   The India)
it   er hand, have t,een playing "���
-.  the most of thern. for > ���
ar.. brothers  in arms, and can
Ing a slight drop in the price, and
In June- hay sells at about $10
a ton.     This year, however, then- i*
no sign of such a drop, and hay has
v y If anything to advance.
The t,lacing of the Lay of the com-
Ing   ���   son on the market win relieve
Iters somewhat, and lend the price
owi       The  relief,  however, three*-
ens to he of a temporary nature   and
*he f'.dder  will in  all  probability  go
Interview   Takes   Place.
._a}Ui    K-ai;. .   A   .. | m.   .   V id.      ._- I
Adama, with j. a. Lee, prei dent ui
the i.oard of trade, Interviewed Ur.
Keefi ��� ���-terday, and the accom] .-
ing  report  was  authorl�� .   -.-_.   AJd< r-
uian  Kader:
la :��� ving     to   the     d I       of     the
Georgia at tlie mouth ol the rtver on
Saturda;-. June 19, l *a- a mem er
of the committee, trom the council  to
be trusted to work together like one higher than it has fo.   ...    -   *..   rd toveil0gate ,his matt     and we
m*J     There will be do grandstand- "' close ef _H��, and during the brst tha.  ,*   h .   ".
'.__Jn��   mongtbem. months tflttO. _ _.v...   '     .'..--!.  -,":,Zy "' :t
.-'��� v..--.-   G orgia,   which  staled   tnat
the delay was on account ot* "here not
URIC- COMPAN. SHUWS
PMHiRESSIVE SPIRIT
.   ���     ll ive
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l to he und
. ���   ��� :        ���    v    .:.- V,'--
\-  of   t:
Que
I   it's a ���   officials of the New
Westminster clu ��� are anxious.
1 ���   ol the Indians.
:,'.����� -   them   OJ iionen'
��� .���      wa) worthy of the local team.
Are  Worthy  Opponents.
���  cup's   go:   to   leave New
Id    Manager   W< Ish
The farmers  state that   ,'   preeenl
th<-  gra.*s  is only  about    a third  as
high as It should be at 'hi    Vv
year.      Yesterday's    rain
matters  a  little, but there    was  not
enough of It to do much good.      Cn-
les-s   there   Is   more   rain  within   '.he
next week, it will    be too late
there wil]  he no chance of securing
-   moi    ','.'��� lies,   to   Manager  any more than a half of the regular
���  ni-ht.  "therea   no team  vieid from thr- fields, no maH.-r what
Plan!   o.   P -j   Lakl   Cor. pany   Turning
Out  Increasing Product���Plated
On   Mj.. sl   Kf,:   Mo. "
���    ,   .   mt   her.   to .   *   ���      ��� i: Id -���-   take it than the Tecum- the weather.
.,       ad II  -������ dun't there'll have seh-: \!-eady in many parts of thc    ���
.-,������   good T Indians    have    travelled    the  try  the grass  has  cone  to  seed  and
lad u      iv                   - wh. ray from Toronto in their spe-  rain   would   have   no    further   eff-* *
���                  Th.   : ���      ��� ��� 'ial making  the journey  without  on H
a:   ���      ���       |  .        ��� ���*. ���. i          ireak. All the men have been	
::)������!_ .< r   Ol   th.    team   i- iV, fore   Sftth   the   exception    ol
ll   .-   . matte, ol personal Inter.  - -,. Kin an,   Rountree,   Ions   and  Cray-
ll ���
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,
It  a.)   r��.intu,.   vl   the
������ ��� ���       \_-i.i__-.  H
bolls!;   al   U.   i.f .-
��� :  In
IW. MIXTIONS
TAKE PLACE SOON
V
L    A     Lool.
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i July 1
1 )K. ��� v ���, '       St   al,    ���  .
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... |    ���      ,.1,-i    tli,-    :
... V, :��� .
ii  order **
He is in
* Vi a Una thete to atp-
I that th.   ' .    si coi
i    retora
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Indians   Are   S'.-cigest  Yet
".��� ., a   of ������.IB '*>��� a   W st
them don     it Ml of them enjoyed the Jour-
ne]
1.    ���  night they slept  in their own
(Continued  on  Page  Six).
INDIANS BEGIN USUaL       BETTING DECLARED
MIGRATION FOR WORN)
ICE CREAM POISONS
YOUTH IN SEATTLE
ijfcing a sufficient depth ot water in
the river, -.hat the World neglect.
to state that the steamer Georgia
waa in a half crippled condition, trniy
being able to furnish steam to her
engines with one boiler, we are. informed her speed was reduced to between four and five knots an hour.
This being the case the Steamer ar-
..-���'. ait the entrance io the river
long after the highwater time, and
the captain deemed U unwise to un-
-... to steam up the river then,
not beinc able to run her full capacity he woul 1 be taking a ri^k, and
Ited  over until  the next 'id-.
Sa --cn   Fishing    Season   Followed   by ; By   a
HoppiC'ng   Again   Attracts  Ab
orig.nes   fo.    Season.
band trom the ^������y
'..it   the  Indian-  an
., make their annua! a
.      ��� - tho lower    Praser !or
loymeat     The    fishing
block   in  ,.,,-     . ;:tjiy the sockeye whicn
Victoria   Divine���But   Gamblers
Must   Use  Only   Their own
Money.
of    tie
a    month, and later the ho.<*
. ���     : Vancouvei
B    C     FOOTBALL   CUP.
���
. amoni ',1**
...    .
.IV
ui.iK-tin-n's   . .
ths preset
to th.. .-.mini*���  in v ���   neai
pointed o H
.     Hon     ll.i. M.lliM'-
i   Taytoi .- -    ���
,-������'.
,, ih.. elect.      s ���   ��� poring
, ��� mu.- i..i   tbe mv,:.
-    lor   the   pi*-- n'.   adliillilntia
thi   ft E   ���'   ���
���    ���    .''''r    already  ,)kK..^ .,, :... Chilliwack and Ana-*
Bar.   *   .'���           ..���:..>  "t lhe  I'itt jjj .j...... ��� mean a oonslderahle --:;
...             ���     ,                '-vi'.  In thajol nv:.. '..   ind-an lamtUes. who
I brin,:  .i .     meagre  belongings
down   tO   the   settled  district*,  and   .  >
under    canva. The    immigration
into this cit)   wl I take place in a few
days.
Experl as ev. .��� member of the
famllj is with tl ���' net, the earnings
ur,. oonsW-rahle during the Beason,
but a regretfull) ��mal pari of it returns v> itioir homes ai the end ef
the bnaj period. In spite of the re-
atrtotlons against IHinoi 'in^ s,>u1
to the natives, the ��� ' ' - are
broken for the large profits aocrainfc
snd carooeee are ntil] I      ��� nt
_o.,,i mon".  is obta - -        the I op
fields, and the oooupatlon I
Wsstmlneter   Rover,  WM   Be  Without
Services of  B.irbaree.
,    v, ���      ���    '���      ;-' :- "���'���   '"'
.;.),:. i   their
on Bato.
,0,1th   belni  fts  Brai  ol *
,   is .   i- ��� ..l cap     I'., ont)
.��� ������. ait)   o- to find a jo ���"'   ���'���
...    tel) Btsted he can-
Pred   WBiamt. < i-,'1
In goal (..r th.- Roten
winter   ma)
.nv   iin- team
.. .   , ..ii,.   nr   two
|    ���   -a
and two or
,    .   ;,������   lh*   -
VTctoria, June 83.���Father O'Reilly.
Jesuit priest, who is holding a mission her.- at present, replied last
evening at a meeting in the cathedral
.i question submitted as to the cor-
n a-ttuws of betting on horse racea
The repi) wa.* that there waa nothing
w rotig m attending races or the BC'
of betting on the result was also not
���sinful in itself, but an innoc-'nt recreation. Money put up, however,
shouKl be one's own and not that
lawfully required for the family. Servant gl:':s and earners ol small
amounts should inj discouraged in
betting, and caro sliould be lakwx, he
said, not to allow the habit to get
v.ntrol, -ir.d be made -infui. The
answer has awakened lots of discus.
-Ion here.
Plenty of Water.
We  leam  through the official*  . ;
the government that there is M high
- . v   now  at  leas'-   24  to  -">   lee:   In
depth on  any  of the bars,   aad  that
.the department does not consider that
there  is  any  danger  to an  ordinary
Pariaking  of Bhip or vessel going out of the river
at high water.
V>_  regret that  the news of  this
[incident    was    misconstrued    to the
World  so as  to  read that  the river
at  fault  in   the present   inciilmt
and  hope that  that  paper  will, after
his  learning the truth of the  matter, i-e-
16 'tract the satement already made
j     "We further leam that  the  Annie-
��ville bar is now .beyond ail danger of
of  eating  poisoned  ice   cream,  ^.^i^ ^llps and ,9 in_pWving rap-
Died    Suddenly    After
Dainty���Doctors Say Germs Are
in   Cheap   Variety
,\v.
la}
Uin,
Seattle, Jun.- 2:',���According  to
i physician   Martin E.   Ureidenstein
years  old   died  Saturday  as a  direct
P.  Woodin. cf Georgetown,  rd,Y
resu
Dr. Scott
who attended  Breidenstein , certified
in  a  death  certificate  filed  yesterday
with the commissioner of heal'.h, that
ptomaine   poisoning   from   ice   cream
WaB  probably  directly   rt-a-pouslble.
I cannot state positively uiat
Breidenstein died of poisoning directly due to ice cream.'' said Dr. Woodin
jye-ierday. 'However, he was taken
ill after eating a lunch of ice cream.
B glass of milk and some pie. and
there is nothing in the combination to
have killed a healthy  lad.
"The bo) was sick torty-eignt
hours '
"Thi_ case emphasizes the neceestt)
of having a law governing the standard of ice cream manufacture.'' said
Or J B_ Crichton, commissioner ot
health, yesterday Ice cream which
contains sufficient gelatine will stand
up for a number of days, and during
that time tyrotoxin germs grow vapidly.''
��� We haw also learned that th*- government intends doing all in its power to improve the mouth, of tbe river
so that any ship may come in at any
sta... of the tide whatever, and to
m.ik... the channel once and for all a
permanent one "
BELLIGERENT BRAVES
PAY EIGHT FINES
Skeena   Rive.     Indians    Who  Threatened White Settlers Appear Be
fore  the  Magistrate.
iiidii-.tti.ttis   i ���     sad ,!"'
' ���   iot the   Delta   to   I '   '   '
"""I. that  th.- dissolution ol    tas
i i  w not   I.u   off
v I ,.��� <*..-irm- of tha lams wmvei
���',    Oliver fii'ib. i stated that
vrurv might !-,��� ohanges ��
.nk* ���t th,. Isedsis ot tin- un
v.   In   this   provln.e   iiltli<-agli
,i   nature  he  .11.1  BOI   State
Ind   -,.
,   ��� ited  v. sc-
bim,
o< v  men In
\-. ��� I '���'���''������''
thre.    .:������','   '
,|���,  ..-..it,,  which  wl      :-'s*
.   rrom th��  cltj   at
,,   B�� .  la)      Present �����H��iiu
come buck immedlstel)   attw
l-l,,.,,.   �� II     be   a   Hnal
evening ai  Moodj
one,   so that   the  cultivation  of ths
bop noi only adds to the sgi - ul iral
liltlea  of  the  valle) -.i*1
the laolana at a time when othei <ni-
I  ,,-, in- m   bas reused
Bill   Is   At   It  Again.
Berlins, June S3    Thai b.   and 'he
Csar  hold the destinies of their re-;
,i healthy Bpectlve nations    In the   hollows ol
NEW   BUILDINGS   FOR
QUEEN'S  UNIVERSITY
their hands, and are diivi-v. responsible to God for the faithful execution
of their trusts, was the declaration ot
the kateer In a speech at Hamburg,,
according to despatches received here
today.
,.i*-   to
ihe  game
,,;;���   '    ,  ���       1.111
|   .   11 <���
OSCAR    BRINGS   POWDER
thla
isl   bv
I    J
glng
lvoeitt
vi,,, tteamet Hoiphm. pure
fader from the HoJWden \fi%
Company,  Ol  Vancouver
lms done oonslderahle wori
V. lMS '"J,...   ,.���.. ermmn   aSslsUns   t_ii
rivet
Water !-">'
;;   m   n.ovlng
Steamer     Arrived  in   Port    Yesterday
With  Shipment from  Victoria.
The steamer Oscar arrlted in i**rl
yesterday  morning with a  large
the
JOINS  THE   KILTIES
Hi
li.
il
i  Sangster   Secures   Ten   Weeks
Engagement  in  Seattle
Pus Bangster the son o- A ****
>.( thi_ city, left  ireaterda)   fo'
He where ba will bareetts. B��ws
he KUUea' Hand la that ettj    R*
kvtaa saoered an sntsfoo-'1'  "
utnor ui tlwit
(-viobiai.-d corps,
drumming *w,,'
U_ll<\ hnvlng
r��>i*tor
ii.. liarn��-d  th<-
*   ���   under   Sergt'iint       .    . u,u,   ,.,
a   ' ;l ,,,,,,,,u,r ?f *";?A t )�� ffS onlSSlty,
A and li (��inpanl��a of the Sixth k��s��   w^��
"" at li. c o  R.     He *���- ow ��r    ..
""���ki proflcleal membera. ol ihst ver)
i" 'neW'in i>ody, and the tarn of bis
ovementa  having    i"'","l"u>',,,1
'ai.dnuu.tor of   <h<*   Kll,l''\,'
She has l*en assisting
and the K   J   Pader NO
wood,  tat-'ui ttom  tas
,       uatn asylem furm. to th.- '.'���'��-
.,.��� ,,u-v  Whhrf, fo,- distribution to AH
,,���,,, ptverament InaUtatlona
D.'��-
, .,        ri.,,    Honorary
lA.ndon,    June -     rom
AMoes of i-i-1>- ��sa cmifsrred tow
v*.be riilvemlty of G>ea|0- on **
T*<4**T iJBSSf **
journalists   Msde   tL.
iii.'iu  of  powder from
Chemioal    works.     She   berthed  si
ths   Great    Northern    Railway Co.'s
(look, where she tllschivrgtnl her cargo
Tu(. powder .was consigned to Rosa
land,  whither It  wns  Shipped  y>'*>-er
day  afternoon.      lt Is to be used
blasting parpOOOB.
Tho Oscar returned to  Victoria in , today
the afternoon. In th
Y.   M.   C.   A.   In   Mexico.
M,-\u',, i*ity. June 13 -The cornerstone of the new 1400,000 V   M. C, A-
building, was    laid    here    yestei lay
iiltv  Vice-president   Itiunon   Corral   Offldat-
Vlctoria
Kingston, June 2;'..���Queen's university trustees have chosen the Union
Btreet campus grounds as a S1!v t--,r
the two new s.'ionee buildings to be
erected, one for chemistry and the
othe,- for mining and metallurgy. The,
termer will be erected with the On- a.-ute stage whe,, a number ot ,.'tiers
ai-io   legislature   grant   of   ftO.000   a   Who   had   recorded   their   hom^teads
l0 in the government land office here rimmed with supplies and equipment
to   proceed   with   tho   work   on   their
llazvlton. B. C. June S3 ��� The d.B-
content is spreading anior-K Indians
in thi_ section, owing to the infiii-
of settlers acquiring crown laud outside the Indian reserves, which trie
Indians have ban in the habit of
using  for ranging and other pBl'poasd
for yeara     The trouble reached an
d at Uie ceremonies, which were attended by prominent officials ot the
republic.
year tor five years, which i.-- equal
a lump sum of $._.."..'.      The mining
and  metallurgy   building  will be con-,
struct.-   with   a  MO,   g��t   of   Prof,   lanches.      When they reached the In
, William   Nicol   of   Queen's.
tor
Hot in the East.
New   York.  June    23.���Twenty   per-
sous were prostrated by the heat here
Thermometers  registered  9-
ahade,
Oil on the Waters.
New York, June 83.���A dispatch lo
tlie Herald from Galve-ton. Texas,
says: '-Vessels arriving iu port today report the sudden extension ot
Cue oil pond in the gulf from a wry
small area U) about a mile in diameter. As if by BOIBS subterranean
upheaval or explosion the lake is now
dian reserve of Kitwui^ar, about
I twenty-five miles from heiv, on the
Skeena, they were met by the Indians
Ol that reserve and were turned bars
under covert threats ot vloienc-. Two
of them came here and laid the matter before the provincial authorities,
wiih tbe r��*ult that a nutnb-r of tbe
j more offensive red men were mulcted
to the extent of twenty dollar.-* per
hvad and costs before Magistrate Al-
Uiwn    here   yesterday    afternoon vn
thickening and in some places the Oil L of .'int,mldaUng
is several inches  thick.
Orthodox Baptists Expel ^^^eT^SLR\)gSSSm
Minister From Congregntion" "��'d - *"""TC" '*'���*--' ��� --���
.coming  to  the surface  from  the
of the gulf in immense quantities
The Indians claimed they were only
till  such  ume m
this point would
,   ,  carry  out   his  promls.   to  them and
annex the disputed territory to their
reserve.
W_rflot -vdney. Stanley ��{^'���ll^ Chicago, June 23,-Prof Qeotge ����� f Ur. M.
BOmb'gy; nud Malthuul l'ttrki.'h^cVllor FtJster, of the University of Chicago, he soldi
T.��:,n  -nffil^rloti Onrwa �� whose denial Of the divinity of Christ ^ ���>
Ur. M. P. Boyntoo was lusst\l when
are not going  at  this matter
.......    .Oster ls as good as Myers or
In a recent book stirred Chicago Bap- any ^Be ���. ^i., voice was drowned,
tlsts to a high pitch of resentment.-The Myers he referred to Is the Kev.
was dropped from the Baptists mln-, Dr. Johnstone U7��*��M of the chief
...._.. *,-_ . r��.i____.  today. gsaaUaatS of l-ret.  -oster
lentan when a sacaacy
he  ranks of his -W��n,��*d2LJS_.
���dlat,. Mta-ps to sceiir.- the H��'r>
'"   ih..   New   Wostmlnster   ..mlotun
HMfle'R engag.M.Wit will l"��t ����r <��n
We.-lrs.
African   Potentate  Dead.
WM^J^^^^SK dm��lj^'   conference  of Chicago today.,    ^  Uym alU,m^ to introUuCe ,
elnla stat*' ����Jl Taltu Is In charge ' Hisses,   )-ells  and   general   ��'onru**lon | resolution to drop Pref. Foster, where-
nnd that Kmp Th> ,W8Rages ma<ie ihe meeting one trf tho sbirmli*��t .upo)-   h|s  verjwlty   waa  ussailed    by
0|   the   K��v,,>    iingV   death   is   tx-lng!pVCT heW uy ehurchmeB In C hlcago. R<>v   ^   A   h.  Hamley.
while thS empress Is ,0,v  and 't waa referred to hy one I'f^10^ I    A'ter four hours the preachers pa_a.
new
MINERS ARE HELD
IN BLAZING PIT #
Wehrini. Pa., June 23.���As a result #
of an explosion in mine No. 3 of tne ^
Lackawanna  Coal   *���  Coke  Company ^
here today, three miners aTe Known ^
to lie .lead,    six fatally    injure'!.   2a *
seriouslv   while B Is feared 60 men, 4
Yesterday's Baseball.
my   that   _	
kept tMx-ret wiuie ''"ju^"'J^d making 'iT*ixi.mbllag" a poiltu-al meeting In j^    the    reeolutlon    dropping    ��*t_i.
b.lieve.1 to t>e still In the mine which
is burning fiercely ln places. Deadly
black damp IB pouring from the
mouth, preventing systematic rescue
work.
Portland    *-
Vanoouver  4
Seattle  &
Tacoma   *
Spokane-Aberdeen   game   postponed.
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THURSDAY
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assified Advertisements
WANTED FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST FOUND. H_\L    ESTATE PROFESSIONAL BUSINEV FRATERNAL.   ETC.
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If a man had gold dollars to sell at fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it. he would m I    ��ll say.      Vou must tsll  the people what  vou h ivi to sell, why they shou d    purchai -   -
thing of the value you offer them  'n  return  for  their  money.      Too  many of us  have  got  the  habit  of thinking  that  because  we  have  been  a   long tier   in   business  everyone   mus.  of   n# ess.ly   kn    ���.
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The  D.nly News and  keep abreast  of thr  t mee
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WANTED   BY    TOUNG    MAN
hi  work.     Sim  i
Mu.. qalet.      Apply   Bo\   666,
News
WANTED���A GIRL POR GENERAL
houeework. _pplj 125 Third avenue.
WANTED GIRL .0 WORK AT
the Royal Cit)  Laundry
WANTED -Girl to    as   Bl    In  ���'���
vork    .pply "-" Roya bt. d k , n. ar
Sixth Btreet.
TO    LET���SIX ROOM    Hi H SE,    401
11,..vai avenue, near Fourth, modern
improvements r mi (16.00 Appl)
.1. M M Donald, 201 Agnes streel
near Elliott.
FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES    WESTMINSTER    OPERA      HOI
I    Hui ��� a  \   Lak*
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LOST.
LOST���GOLD     RING     INITIALLED.
Ft.: irn Box 25, News,
LOST- WHITE       FOX       TERRIER
with  mouse-oolored head and  black
sjiot    on    tail.     Find,';-   Wlll   be   re* '
warded  by communicating  with  E.
(I.   T.,  this office.
PERSONAL.
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE!���W.
Qnd a congenl
man    or wi
S. :. !   ��� m:v    ;,���-       ,    ll   I   ,:.*.      VI est-
.-rn   1 iv,. n| Boi
Vancouver.
ARCHITECT S.
Vv   n   GOODFELLOW, ARCH11 i.1  I
Roon   M   [> minion 'i'i   n block.
i:i>',\ IN  G   W.  E1AIT,  ARCHITBC .
Guichon  Block.     Tele;.hone  _!8.
FOR   SALE.
FOR  SALE���WE    HAVE    A     NICE
new six-room house close to Twelfth ���
street car line, at dty limits;  electric light, hot and cold water, bain, !
Price (1650.     Small cash payment;
easy terms on   the  balance.      Set- I
tiers' Association of B. ('    Box 56, I
City.
TO  MUSIC  LOVERS���AT   \   8AORJ-
fice. a Brinkerhoff p.ano in perfect
condition, splendid singing tone, almost new; $250 cash, or $300 on
terms to responsible party. Apply
P. O. Box 795. or at 417 Fourth
street, city.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP -
It.    J,    McNeil.      Over    T    Ovena
blacksmith   sho;,   on   I. ghtfc   ���-'  ��� ���'-���
Carrtagea t>ui;i. repaired and paint
ed.     All work guai -.:      :
HI Nl.Y S   NURSERIES     -   PACIPIC
��� i :��� Bted       ' plam
I.       . tc        ��� 10    W<  tm
r<ud.   Vancouver,  and   branch   nm
tt ry  al South Vai co ivi r
PAPER    HANGING   <&   DECORATING
v.   N  Carty, nana
Spec! *      Ol Id.  I    ,
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CRY8TAL   THi-.A'I RE,   70S   COLI ��
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picture .   Ill
. ns       pp..
Mon I       Wedi    day aad 1
I    HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER    ROOM   THE EDISON THEATRE,    CU    ,
M   ildings,    Bui ";
ning. pap.
dial >' ;'- inged M
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0   o   I'     ROYAL    i'i I.     I.' ..-
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PICTURE   POSTCARDS
TAILORS.
COOKSLEYS
l'V I I  HE
P081   GALVIN,  LADIES    \nh  MEN'S TAI
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
THE     PEAKS. v\     ELECTRIC    CO.,
di tiers    In     . ectrical    tnachlm
fixtures and i s, house wiring
armature  wiring,    motor  repairing
etc.      Bank I amerce  buil ling,
'phone S31, P 0  Box .28.
FOR SALE ��� BUCKENSDP.RFER
Typewriter No. 7; only used one
year. Cost $50. Wil] sell cheap
for cash if taken at one.-. Address
T. J. P., this office.
FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CM, PHONE AWL
Ccrner ol Back.e and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaklni: stable for horses Horses
for  sah'       Reference   furnished
ROOMS TO RENT.
FISH   AND   GAME.
.{BENSON ft AYUNO, FISH. FRUIT,
Gai Vegetables, etc. Begbie ���*'..
opp   Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
ROOMS  IN  THE   PYTHIAN   BLOCK
to  let  in  suites  of    two   for   light s~
housekeeping.        All    steam-heated \v    k    FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
wiih    hot  and    cold    water,    gas ,.   Cpho.-sterer and Uadertaker,
range  and   electric   light.      Terms rner Agnes aud McKensle streets.
moderate.    Apply   A.   H.   Ferguson. ;     ...  .7,;   ...phi  .aj]  si.
room fi. second floor _______________________________
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE.  SHILES  &  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and sunurban property,
260 Oolumbla street.
GROCERY.
THE   BEST   VALUE   IN   GRO
- ei   phone 386.     The Part   Poo I
- .    ly Grocery, P. O. Box Sli
LAND   SURVEYOR.
cards  ar.   on al M    '���'-
j .; Qamon'a "cigar divan. P. Mi ig eto:.
ind     ���      v.-      Coin
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE A-  EDMONDS   BARRIS
ters  an.l   s- lii Itor     Blackt-
Columbia street   n-w  WeetmtnBt r,
W. J. Whiteside. H   I.   I*, monda.
WADE. WHEALLEK A  McQUARRJE
.F C Wad*-. K t" , A  Whealler, ���.
G.   McQuarn-v     Solicitors,   Ban -
ters, etc. t.' Lores street, oppoait.
courthouse. New Weatabast r
. F'hone 143), and the Vancouver ol
flee la al N" '. Roya] Bank Cha v
berg,   .OS  HastlnRg Stre.:  west.
I'.rini-       \       .  Lb b of     rl _
la       Button  making, pi
I ring      Roon   9  Bi
Entrances * <
I Clarkaoa st
WOODWORKING
WESI MINSTER       WOODWORKING
i  ���     ���-< .���   in i iters fittings.
. .i . ��� ������   -. or.   showcases, BMateu
Bd del        a  rrt      f>��-*!|-na and ''��ti
tl  -  furnished     J    Brookea   pie
��� ���   i..r      Work*    Cornet   vl -.������titii
ani , -   v :
473
I. II. 0. F. MEMORiAL SERVICE
��� Cltj   l/��dK��
\,i Led.      No.
uli  . -     ���
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Sun la I. 0. O. F
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II ba held ����� tbe hall nnd
ai     al th.  ��� ��� met.
Ha,V ��.rn
c-iMMiri IV
v   .    I    .'     Bl
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
GEORGE   E    MARTIN   BARRISTER
and  Solicitor.    Gulchon  block,  I
lumbla    and    M, Kenals Bt*.  N a
Weatmlnater, B. C
W       MYERS    ORA1      BARRISTER
It r and Notary Pu: He     Can
block. Clarkson  strei-t. Oppo :*.
Court House.      P   0   Bos IM.    Ta
"phon�� 64.
PRINTERS
WESTMINSTER PRESS POR 1VEKT
kind of job prlntinjt       Midget
leal ledgers;  ("owie Carbon P .
Phone   5S     P  o    Boa 143      Old
Dally  N< ws Blo. a   Sixth stn ��� I
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES
tate and insurance,  Phone 335.  186   ,	
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
W.  N   DRAPER,   B   C   LAND  BUR
.'.-���     -       El.ard  block, New    We '
��� r, B. C.
ABBOTT & HYDE, (V. H. C. ABBO'I T
Proprietor).   Real estate, Insurance.   RING  I P    250    FOR    HACKS
loans, notaries public, conveyancers       smart   turnout     The  Fashion
238 Columbia Btreei   p   o   Box 247.      blea
Phone :i21. ���
AND
Sta
RESTAURANTS
KKNNY'S RESTAURANT k    CAPE
Tlcke-s.   .1   meals   for   il
. -klnK. All wbi:. no Orien
ts   laboi a tj i)   md
:.   .-     Oppoalts trai
ROY '-.;. CAFE   v\P      ','--;������
' ������ Pour ' ni; of
B ���;   ' oiled    *���' ��� ������  or
podding or pie, t<      ofl ���.  ���
SECONDHAND   STORE.
MACHINE   WORKS.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OP B. C. j
_.��'  -Wn���"* manat"r' P   ��   Box  THE SCHAAKE  MACHINE WORK
656,   phone  .,34. ri._i.-_    �����.  ,      v.._.   v....
TEN ACRES,    FIVE    MILES  I -hum
Limited.  Front   atreet,    New   We '���
M  iiif.-K tur.-rs of mo
WE BUY AND
and all kind*
bead gooda
office.
BELL   FURNITI RE
of   new   and   I I
a sp.-     near 1 * ,-n
0  0  F     \MITY I.nrv.K   NO  _-
The   ��� in.-, ting  of   tru,   i<��ii;e
I I >���!!. l:o��-.   Sal    .'-.lurii
bla  street,  ever)   Meads)   rTsaiag
It I    k      Jas    Pergl - ,-n    nu_i.'
Kran 1     W   C foatliarn   rs     ���" )'
R06I OF    COU MSI .   :. ��DOE    ���
li:,, Boas .-f    Er.^* .-. i    :i   B       *
Rose     I' ������ r-�� 1   Snd
fourth    Wedassds)  of ss
In   K   of  P,  hall    ' treet. at I
p n       White    Ro ��  D. !(���'���<���   :
Wedneeday     in  ��� I n h   aam>.
���    ������       v
��� ordlall ���    Invite i       , ,.r.      Bow.
pres , H  Dtsae
A   '���   U   W     PR \.*-T.!. LODOI   N ���
Me. -I-i.    tbe fl rata i I "'"
day In . ���     ting bret
r.-n    oordl. i -      i
i. U. W. hall. Odd
(alio. ........
��� ..i ItT BRUNETTE, NO   WW   1" f
Me. ��� ��� lay   ln
month st    * o'clock, ta l
hall   Oddl
\L  ORDER   OF   I v.i.r.s,
\ ��� *.!..-...! leads)
m. la   tbe Es
treet     \   Clarl   v.
Pr. -    i1    -   - ��� ���  i   seoretary
Sn.NS OP BCOTLAND BBNEF1 I   KB
I of tb.   .        '
'.! - 00   the   pr   '       ,-   '
! , ���      f ,.-, ��� irj   '....nib   In   K   . |  I'
l    h Ul      Chief, W. Bnuierlan i
LASD    REGISTHV    ACI
sa  -..
��� ���   . -. .-   y    'J, ,   . <-r)   e*
thr I ... .:.'
tas   Bale dve-i   trom   th.-   Biayot   aad
tasaanrer   ' i     v.. p( Nee Wesunta
-.. i vi ... -
���th daj f Isnuarr   A   D, i-'0i   of a.
,��n��i taa    carta
���rar' ..   ' ,        ssa ill ��� it.     >
lng  ��n. !.<*Ibk    in the    Cltj  ���-',  >>r*
^^ ��� ai ���-���.��� I-,-.? ���      ���     ..    ���
lab ColBtBMS   iivr-   . -\t.
and   lesprfbed a�� l��.i��  It, -'?  M ana
*.4.    <-:  !/.t  J,    ._u_.li��l��-��_  B..K k   14
'i     .   a* ',   ���  ,. h   ..'   ;.. t   ..-.    .*. ,     -    '
oti��i   ih��  .-lalm  of   '   ���        i   ;  !���
��� h i ��� ���  eli       forty-fee da]
.if the ftmt p!.b|iea��l��>n of ihU no
-   ���   l Bhall reglali    ,    ������'.
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I   ln-r. ���! i       ; I     ,   ||
thla   ��� a  dally  n.-.��et>��;--.   to-
ed et Mee   Weal
.-    ���   ��wd   ��urr.
��� -
Regis   . Ofl
N"�� Weetn last. r. I e ef Brtusb
Columbia I of I
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iMat* Istiai
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and   " und'-r
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.    ���       .    ��� -.��i   in  ths
��nl,I   |an<j
proi    ���
��� i   RegUU ���    act     ��� ��� ���
I   .n i  d-�� a red
���:;  aay i 'Him lo oi Ib t*
V   iind   ��,,   ��-, ,1   f ������   Ist-v,   b-
r thi    i..* ! ii'-ci"���-���   "���
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BYNOPSIt   - I    .
BTIAO  REt,
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b��   saltan-.-;
���'���* tH'i land.
Big ii-'nih"' n'i..
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oa  landi   m   Oti
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I.��a��i*-]   f..r     a   pert
?v-ar��  at   a-i   ojinu-.
Not     BDie    tha*
shall ooe
, any        I i
��� ��� * ��� - ��� . ihal
i.n 'b<- mer Baal
w   w i
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adrsrtl���<
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town, on- mile trom new car line;      saw- and    shingle    mill  machi] ���
six acres   clear,-,!,    r, room  bo
barn.      Price, $2200;   terms,
McADAM k IRWIN. COLUMBIA ST.,!
opposite the    Po tofflce,    Bo.   *, i;
I'l.on. I!.*. |{,.-i! . -.-it,, and ln-ur-
ance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before ;'irr-hasinj. elsewhere
Mill  planta  and    pei Iflcationi  pro-
pared.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
i:   C   MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS
Mi Ea . :  ������. . a ini import, r
>,f mounmental tombstones, bnildlng
stone, et. Satisfaction guarant. ��� :
Colum    ������    treel   New Wei tmin
STENOGRAPHY    4     TYPEWRllINQ
'I'.EEMA.N     BUNTING      ROOM
Gulchon block      P   0, Box ��� ���;
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY      AND
I | ;,�������� rltfng;   ( Op)      work,   bus;
letti -. Provini      offloe, Co
i nubia itreet      Ph.   ���
BO IRD    OF    TRADE    NEW  u km
mln iter Board   11
���     i     ,   . I'     Hi
Third   T'huril <y     ,,'     PBCb
i terly    m'-^'ini;    on  thi a
Thursday of Psbruary, Maj    lugusl
an.l  Noremher, at " p rn       Ann'ml
iii ings on ".����� thl  ' Thursdaj  of
Fsbniary.    New  m<     ��� bs
I ,,h..,i an l elected al   inj mooth-
0T     quarter:.     meeting        r    II
Bl vn i-Wade, i
LAND   ACT
Com..   Land  Diatrict
D.atrict nf Qu��en CharlotW Sound
Ts_s notice thai o  b Jacobson, <f
Vaaooarsr, oo. ipatloa r.h...;, rancher,
In'^nd*    io apply    for    j.. rmlanlon to
the following ���  land;
im n. lag ,ii s peal pl tatad   at
ihe ��    ��� aad ol i��--��ia inland, thsaoa
northerly saaterlj    ovtberlj auiwea
toilowlag   ia.-
-. !    tba   l��!;.nd   lo   IhS
polnl   of  commencement,    contnining
- ���������%    11.,,re   or    |r-*��.
Inked April Itl
OLE B JACOBSON
.     IMI    ,     SAL f
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betels       \
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row Bt.
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I. pth ������< ..   ��� - '��� ���
rylladers
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T  J   _RM
*.- -,��   Weal non ��� ���    loi
TENDERS   WANTED
readers a I     ���  ree
Igaed    up  to
���    for   ib..
tlon   of   a   ���!��� ���  ���     ���  .     .
Otee brook on Blxi
UM . it | of Mew We n
Plaaa  ooodUlons   of
�����;--lfV-n(lo!iii  r ,n   |
I Inset". "ffico
rhe lowest o    i
aarlly sccepted
w   \  i��i '
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r ty  ll.i'     Tm..  10   1 I
WIRELESS TELEPHONE
IS IN USE �� il,Y.-P.
Mos<   Modern   of     All      Inventions   la
Installed  in  the   Agricultural   Hall
���System   for   Visitors.
���  ,:
t way
..: ding '., the manager, _ bj tem
ol een   pei f. .-t..,|  which
esl   prlvac     In
On     th.   '   - bine irhlch I*
��� - lally tuned   o     celv.       ��� ertaln
wave  length  can  heai   t'i.- con
tion.
OIL   FLOWS   FROM   DRAIN
IN  ONTARIO  VILLAGE
oeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoe: **��� teaea o+o+n+o+c+c+m+c+r. +o+c>+~+r,
Cheap Lots III    Bark Wanted
Seattle, June 23 a number ol In-
��� ��� ninp demonitratlona with th. recently perfected wireless telephone
will be conducted from the station
which has been installed at the Agricultural-building of the Alaska-Vimon
Pacific exposition, according to J. K.
Balllie of Hie Pacific Radlc company.
Mr. Balllie itates thai visitors at
the exposition wlll ..<��� able ... tallj
ovi i the wiren i plbone to Tacoma
nr de oi two weeks, when the ajxpara-
ms which hai been brought to s.-at-
tle has been Installed.
A. System of wireless telopuones
wiih the business dlatrlcl will be m
operation In a week,according to Mr.
Balllie, A transmitting station will
be established on the roof of the
Agriculture building, connected with
tlu, hooih o the win-less Telephone
companj. and all visitors will be allowed i.i convince bhemselreg of ih*
nieiii  uf  the  i ii v.-n. i ,n
ai  the booth a small System has
,. n  Installed  which  enables the vls-
Llndsay, Ont Juni _: Labori -
struob a flowing ol] well while
rating a drain on th. i omei of Peel
and y,���i.. gtreeu, Oil mixed with the
water and burgl forth In a stn am
and ii wa- with difficulty that the flow
ws     lopped   ,, .-,   to ��� n'abie workmen
U)   go   on
The tnlxtun   of petroleum and  w,(
'' I    - rn. i    Bh-ly   well   when  lighted
Willi    .,     |,-,i,|, |,
I
NEAR   TENTH   STREET  AND FIFTH  AVENUE.  FULL  SIZE
LOT.  $17'..   GOOD   TERMS
SEVENTH   AVENUE  AND SIXTH  STREET. NICE  LOT $400.
CORNER  SEVENTH AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   STf.rET.   $..0.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
1 Dominion Trust Co.
��� T. R. PEARfON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
r^oe.>e-eo-oeoo*oeoeoeoeoeoo*o*oeo*oeoe. / /eoeoeoeoeoeo
Discuss   White   8lave  Traffic.
Toronto, June 23. -11 waa decide i
ai yegt. lay morning's meeting of the
Internal - nai Councij of Women thai
the departmenl which heretofore ha
been dealing with the white ilav.
befflc a : noun ,-u. the oommn
teo on  i | ,ai    moral    ��iandur.l.   a
traffic n   women,      The  whole que
Hon of whai   j, known  as the  Whl
slave traffli   .., t| be fully dlW-ssed
a  prlvat.   meeting ol ths council ...
Frida.    in,-bl
POLICE PURSUE
MONTANA   BAD   MAN
1,,. sweani he will i,,.-. Ul. ^y,.^ ;,m..
A  fow  days  ,-ii;o  ho  rode  Into   Vl*
Icount, and, posing ,,   .,   i,, ,.lfr or Jm)|.
iff, lifted n\x bqrsea and drove them
' KStOOn    lun,, _;    -Th,- Humboldl   north.    The polioe  were notified   and
detachment or the mounted police nro toeh 9+ the cium.-     rwelve of them
���vn ng ;i i������ ,.|,,.,H��� ,ltu.r t Montana iir'-' ��_ hlM <ra"', ''""'  ���' '��� '���'������'������ sfter
*<! nam who I. wklng the c ygg JffS"SSf \ "��� S3 ft "^
" Hi,- ii,mil of there   Tin- man l    ,., rustler i�� working ni,,i���    New, ,)f .,,���
' w��n-1ci   with  n  long   record, i    n captuia or a flgbl i   expected slmosl
���i. i i.oi and a reckless rostlei   andjnonrlp.
One'lThousand Cords Hemic* k
Dark, cured for tanning purposes*
APPLY  AT  ONCE.
Fraser Valley Tannery,  Ltd.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVBRTI8E
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HE        DAILY NEWS
Weatmliiitar'a Horns Papar.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
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THE        DAILY NEWS
WsatnUnatsr-a H<""-  p'Per- THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 190.
TUE   DAILY   ,'EWS.
PAGE THIH-K.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you hav�� madr  up   ...
ember that Is pay. to uaa ,.       - -   painting.
.....ther.. t Will  .tand m
L ephant  paint ia m.-i.  fl   m tl
tha colorings  '"   It  are  tha   ..    , ;l and lead, and
ltd   by  experts  who  thi ���        m ' u ' snd are
.Tint   buameas. *'"      ..ranch of
ur lifts of varnlahci
_aplac, Berry Bros   h   ��� -.ng: Jap
���>>-��,  .md  Wilkin-,,.n    M- / .... S-andarrJ
,,'.   virmthei. Engl'ah
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
R1ML L1TY BOWLERS
COME OFF VICTORIOUS
I'ul lliere   by   Ilie
" kers���fenad
there la the service
these   M-l   pUTf. Paints
ul.,ii.   , ,,��� (Jive.
11
[Vancouver   F,ve   Defeated   by   Healthy
Margin  at Local   Alieys   Las.
Evening.
>Som*thing Unique is
M��,     >eeeeeeeeeeeeeee��**��^^^^^
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[Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies!
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4
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN
' I thing to
a paint that
����� the < an
4                  ' ood   in
���   thi ]
XI YO
diffi   ���
Bul
pul - - ���        ���   .
mat -       in the mosl
���   '
.   v    ..       owlers went down
to to   : e Ume ol 2280 to - ���-1
b< tween   New
- Vancoui er.  In-ld at
thi .     . ,.-���    associa
ti','. it ning.
... toiiowB:
. NS. hit.
1, 2. ::. Tot
lei    ii   139 105 1 .'i 4i i
 180 132 : '". 501
M .nti    .i 13. 164 162 150
 162 190 13. 4..
.,                       ..    ..122 1*7 !',-. in
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADB OSLT BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
CHINA
���'. ���
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Af-nu-ocfur. ri  and   iJrairr,  in   AH  An,
umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior  Finish,     lurned  Work,     Etc.
Fish  and  Fruit  Boxes.
Large Stock  Plain ant)  Fancy Glass.
r \RMERS ATTENTION!
umber   Always  in  Stock  for  Fencing and   Draining.
It1"JL IVVINT
P��rl (ot
I
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Co.. 1 .      :
IndersentLashj
Agents for
New Westminster
and  District.
..
 7.7
768
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VANCOUVER.
1
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Tot
H    ,
.   ..
126
161
14.
I'a       ttb        ..
 135
12-
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It'      .   ���'���  .���    ,
156
.,n
Loose..   .
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IU
16U
1      v .   ..
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1 748    ���    ���        ���    2280
44   pins.
.   . the .
I.        .        3.    Toi
Fl    ���      ������.:��� n : I      7"     7!
y.   ������'.   Harry .. . 74     94
Bric-a brae of all   kinds���Pickard's Painted China,
Some you see costs more, but none  is any finer;
There is no finer made to pleas* my china trade;
Designs  are  very fine and the  goods  are all   high-grade.
Total
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.147    164    ll I
l.      -       ;
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MADE IN CANADA
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CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS  FOR  PICKARD'S  HAND PAINTED CHINA.
i++++++a+++++++++++++++++++++++++ae+a++++++eeeaaaa+ee
Lime Juice
RAKING POWDER
bers, 3 pin      ���
1 'mighi ��� -   ,nd Day '��� -    J
e
Issued by the j ���
- ��� ��� ���  that if any I {
cbang.        ���    :      ���     In the ��.-���- lule,
as soon as pos-
tiekme Your F.XPENSE5 Light
Mdaaa Your BISCUIT- Light
M��kr. Your CAKES Light
.-l��-.�� Your BUNS  Light
M��k_. Your LABOR light
AT  THE   HOTELS
a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
e
e
++++++++++++++++++++++44+< ++++ 4+++++ ++++++4 eeeeeeee<
EVES TESTED FREE.
.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.  I
Telephone   12 New  W'e.tmiruter  it
OKDF.R  FROM YOUR
CSOCSJL
, -1_J-.- -I.
I elepbon
���������������ns
l
Model Sign Works
V _'��� '."    AND  ORNAMENT AL
PAINTING
Block, Sixth Street
Westminster.
f   Ycur-_.  P.op
CANADIAN PACIFIC
BX-CustSS. Sailings
Russe!|  Hotel.
j    |,   Roberts,   Vaneoavei
1 '���', .     ��� - .,  V  ���
i     -    v.i,I    London.
a in, Vancouver.
i    a   Ron ���     im,  Vancouver.
i     .   Kennedy,  Vanco i
>l   \v. idcCaul, Oalgnry.
i. .   Vancoui -
G    V.  Bprin,     .   ncouver.
lates   v..-. i iver,
r       I .::.���     ���     _ary.
J   .-*-.- ���    Cs gary.
. Edwards, Vancouver
lorence Baldwin, Eureka, Cai.
i
AMD.      CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE
AT THK
MEAT S
FROM   VANCOUVER
.......
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al   II   .
Island���.*>������:
���
Small Accounts
., .-.    OIISS  iir-  ��. .������:������
ou        I not wait until your bualn.
...        ��� | large prop,".���;��� na   ef.
,vount.
DO   SO  TODAY.
,-��� ive everj oom: * ���   in
atruated to us, am! th. ;������
Windsor   Hotel.
ii.   li    Beetey,  B.a.u-.-. Wash.
Lesll.   Graves,    Vancouv. r.
\\    a.   Thrupp,   Belllngham.
W. L Ziegs ��� Id   Bpokane.
:.   __    Mi Donald.   Vancouver.
,.���.    Kendall,  Vancouver.
ii   a   Muirhead, Vancouver.
a.  Troughton, Vanooover.
.1. Tuley, Vancouver.
T. J. Hodgson   SflS-tott.
A.  E   Arnold. Fin River.
F. W. Reed, Hammond.
Comox   Tu.
sate banking we Canadian Pacific RaUway Co.
Central Meat Market
I'i ���- .
phom   sm
BC. ILL   A   OODr.  Proo''�����<���'��
���
,111
'. '������ 1 1 *
S., niida>
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  *53,OO0,O-0.CK_
.'   pm.
FROM    NEV��    WESTMINSTER
|kCl BL  ....    PlRb  Aventt '     "' """
snd    way   p. - '-"''
Moo
VVedn..-1��� -.'..;���-
it 7 .i.m   on
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ED  '-' " LET    .1
N_,  WeS
The Question
Is Answered
..,,.i in the stor    where ,
. [nee
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ol mas, miii.r na'  W
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Alex. Speck
SFCOND-HAND   STORE.
la Bt     "Man on Hn* Wheel
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster, B. C. Branch.
F   B   L> I, Manager
Mineral Waters
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leavea Ve__
couver 11 p.m., going dir,-..t to Seat-
;l.   dall)  except  Wedneadaj
. S. Charmer leaves vancouvej t
pin., dally lor Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leavea Nan
couver, 10 a.ui. dal'y, except -"rtday.
or Victoria
. ���   11   .
Vane 13  ,;-
AA��*��l-___-   Watn.C  WESTMIN-TF.R-VICTORIA      ROUTE
/\CraiCU   TT alCI O     ss   Trader will leave victoria tor
Manut-ictured  bv
S.S.TRANSFER   J.  HENLEY
N, w Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves  N iw  Westmin t. ,  on  * i i
:. sday.
v 474
Tel   tl.
lies  m.
Gasoline Engines
We  8*11 ths C��lsbrated
PALMER BROS.'
QASOLINE   ENGINES.
WESTMINST Kit
l*ON    WORKS
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
^enth Street,   ���   New Westminster' news
i*.,. us Apri
���..     Imv.    Brackman-Kei
t week ' v   Telsphon-   u-
, ������-,��� lot U In.:
Island and e*j | s'1''
sl   -  , in.  returning    to Nee
u , it.: Saturdaj  i >��� alns
RU4S  TO   STEVESTON   TUCSDAYi*
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning,  westnam   I-uuH
ITtn  week du>  tnornlns. sxoept Fri
iliiy.   St   Tain-,   and   Uiln.'r   7 4.   a.m
Kii.'.ay leaves Westham Island ti a.ffl
und l-iiln.r al ��t48 a.m.
additional   trip   Moiuiuy   momlns
leavlni Nsw WsetmlftSter st -> sm.
This  eohsdulS     atiljj.'ct     to  ctiangr
without  notice.
K���r fri'inht and palssBier rates ��P
plT  tO
ROBERT JAlt-ilNh..
Manager.
r*lEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
WEST COAST  ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leavea Victoria n p m. 1st an.l l*lh
each  moniii  toi   Quatsino and    ��a>
office, Eig.-tr, st   porta;   twentletk ol   each month  toi
Ahcuset, Quatsino,  Cape    Scott   and
 ���    Way  ports.
��� mi's Tbone  18a.      Barn 'Fhone 137
Ootttmble Street.
i
Bsgftage   dellverea    promptly    to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leas ��� Vati.'ouv -: ���: p.m, dally, ox
, i Bunday. Leevea Nanaimo .it 7
am.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Hoyai,  Leavea Vanoouver
une -- aud .luly ..
Prlnci-ia    May     leaves    Vancouwr
lime IS and July ���.'.
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE,
Princ*L'S8 Heatrltv leaves Vancouver
 ijune 13 and July ���'���
ESTABLISHED
,8c.   ____^fA\.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL ***�����$*
through lhf
columns of THE DAILY
The Morning Paper.
"The Milwaukee"
"Th# Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains ln the _er.ee un auy
railroad in the world tbat ei.ual In
equipment that of the Obu-ago, Milwaukee * Bt. Paul Railway. They
uwn and operate tnelr own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give tbetr patrons an excellence ot
service not obtainable elaewh.re.
H. 8. ROWK, General Agent.
134 Third Bt, eor. Ald.r Po-'land. Or.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.   QUa-on   t'ity   leaves    Vanoouver
June 14 and -7. and every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.  Beaver.
From N.w  Westminster    Mouaay,
AVdnesday and  Friday at I a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations    and    Information
call  Or  address
ED.  GOULET.
Agent. New Westminster
C.  B. FOSTER.
AbsL Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Stip.-Htit.nd.nt Victoria,
Were You
a Winner
Last Month?
Did you get from your sac k of Royal Standard Flour a lucky-
coupon which entitled you to a 109-1 lece china dinner set? if you
Md not, keep your coupons���you may win n.xt month. The piriz-.
Will be given no matter w-'.-n the lucky coupons are returned. Do
not forget that we are g'ving away 10 sets of dishes every month
and that every  _y-l_. sack contains a coupon.
Th'-n. Royal Standard Flour ls a different flour���a better tlour���
a purer flour than you have been accustomed to heretofore. lr. is
milled from the best selected wheat grown in the Canadian weet���
watched and guarded through every' proceas, until it is the ciean.st.
sweetest, most wholesome tlour you have ever used.
Order a sack from your grocer today. It will be a delight to
you.
MANUFACTURED BY
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
For   Sale
Logging donkey engines,
latest improved patent,
by E. J. Fader, New
Westminster. Can take
a log off the peak of a
mountain and land it
without injury. This machine works with endless
cable without coiling on
the drum, requires no
haulback, always on a
straight pull. Drums can
be attached to any donkey engine in use.
For further particulars
apply to E. J. FADER, or
Schaake Machine Works
MANUFACTURERS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.    B.   C
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THE DAILY -TEWS
THURSDAY   J(
The Daily News
*
Pubiv ���  Th.  Da   . N'ewa Publish-
i... comp my, Umlti .1. st their ol
The Dal'j News Block, corner ol Mo
k, uzle v. .  V: (01 i    treeu
OBITUARY.
E. A.  Pnige Managing  Director
Mn. Taylor.
The  fiini-rai  takes   place  today  ol
Mrs.  Taylor,  a native  01   Banffsh re,
Who i'1'ilie  to   Langle)   in   I s77        *.;,,.
wa.-. the widow of the la*. James Taylor, who    iiu-ii iv.,,    yeara    nno, the
father-in-law  of  Provincial   Consul   ���
Wllkie.      Mrs.  Taylor,   In   hor  earl,
days,   had   been   housekeeper   to   the
celebrated    Hon    George    Brown at
Bow  Park,  1 tntarlo      The    rams 1
will be Interred al  1 mgl..   oem.
Rev.     Alexander     D, mi    offlcia In
Mi.--   r.nior wa* ;i- genarian
"GET THE  HABIT'
CUSARAN'CE  OF
Odd Lines of China,
BEFORE TAKING  BTOCK
S, ��� om- ��in,low    your pii-i.  for    alt
Phui sday,     Friday   .,,
Satur las.
Mrs. A. Smith.
An   old  resident   ol   I> lta   a in   be
barfed thia morning ai  the 0 Id  F*.
��� u -   cemetery in thi     ��� rson ol  M
Almira Smith,  who  had  reached  1
.   ,,i S3.     Mr*   Smith waa a n
ol    New   Vork.      The    hod.   wil
v city on th
Transf. r,   D.   Murchii   has .1 .
of the ' mi       arrangements.
D.iv,d  Milton.
���     .; . i'],-
I .
te daj       1 v ,      arn ol bim     u
id 1 barg.  of thi    ���
TO  TAX   EARNINGS
OF  BIG CORPORATIONS
THURSDAY. JUNE 24,  1909.
NEITHER    UNITED    NOR   STRONG.
.'���nt ly    in    I."
h  Oonsei i r
partj -aj Ing that    ���
nexl  ��� '   ���������'
progi ,
���
���
.    |, M Is reported
ial   th,   gove nm< nl   I   d
- Uj  to avoid -
.- 1
and to ,
of a 1 n the
���
Thla an 1 -cla-      -        ngton, D. 1 ��� .   .       1
. .
II.  I '
an   admission    u, u 0 1 I    '
in is* b. mpted in ' Republl an_
.   will  .���...:   the   PresW.
an !   \������������ 11- 5 General   v.
'      " '       " White House.
wliy w.  ���  the.  nol formulated In time      Attorney-General    Wlokeraham
fo ..-.  eleci When did th.   day au     ���"������', to        '     -">" a rough-
ConservaUve   part.   de.   I.    rpon   the I     ":1 I ''"'- ��PJ ' '
aeces - v  foi  a    gn      program 01
rial   reform?"    Whj   ��'<       '  1 ���������   :
.*  no;   introduced   to  the   H
last session.    Why were the      :���
Jl........  reward    - tor   the   -<'
As  to  the criticisms ol   a   'strong  .,...,  ,in.-,  . ���
;uid unit. :   -, position,'   cm. nly  Intentionally    . ���-���-���
��� : ��� ���!������ .,. rej    ���     - the de    ������' ',''���   _<��* ml!' ' "' ������-'   '
bates to ��� ������   thai the <>;���;��� - Ition wai
anything mited.    H- re are 1
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
I      ���       i.i::
LIFE   AND   ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.
ir you sre looking for son,"       '"at will provide ������ weekly Indemnity In .a.. ���,
dent   let me ask  you t���  mvesn.   I BSVsntsgSi of ths Employer,'   Lisblllt)    ������ jcl
which  I  am  agent.       There   Is ,e,y  nothing  better
If  you  are   looking  for .. pr        til 1  for  your family   in  caae  o��   death.   0,   If    ,   u
every   peraon   should   do.   you ll   ������' ' t',We    u!  one of m-y ll,e P0,,ciel   ln   Th<*   '
aociety...   Ask   me   about   our ordinsr)   ,        ���    Of  15 snd 20 p.iy-n.nt ||fa polir.i .-.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,  Columbia   .trr^i
PHONE
si 4_r
which will be Bhown   ���   '
���   .: h ���
NOTICE
We are exclusive agents for the MALE ATTIRE clothing, the ap
that's right in fit, in workmanship, in style, in wear.   The new n
in two and three-button Sack Suits are all here in the newest shades of
green, grey and brown.    If you have found it hard to get fitte   try
MALE ATTIRE
MUNIC:P-. TV   OF   BURNABY.
exam] I.      M       Blair,    i   nservaut
compla :..-: about tl a of a
clock in .. tower and the employment
ol   1  d .:   to wmd It     Maj.,;- Beattle     Tei   ��� received
professed against such criticism as he- [undersign*, :    up   to ���-
20th, 1909.
FRASEI
RIVER  Ll'MUKR
This week we are sacrificing our grey, blue and black Suits, regu
$18 to $23, now $12.S0 io ��16.00. ()ther reliable makes $10.00
the
Friday
lng unnecessary as   _e  whole thing ;j,'in" -"   '    '   fur t>��*Mng sn    macadamizing   -       vancourer-.Sew   \n.--
was rir,n��-- by the Conservative Govern.
min*:-. road   fi im   I enti  ,   Park
ment    M-  Henderson mude soni- un-  Bdmo  I     treet
llmentary .illusions  to the town     Prodi. - ifica-.ioas are I
of Glencoe, as to iu ance wiw-ii ^" r*  -' '' '���   municipal  ball
___-,! a ,   an''    ' - *  '"'������-���������������   ''��� I
Major Beatde tesented and contnul.cL s.r...
ed in flat terms, adding that there was     M 5  p�� cenl   ol
a lot ot useless criticism of the Gov-i'h,.   ���   ��� .: - ��� -  :.   -���.
ernment which had do   -von to sup- ':
___,   if  - -n-   ��-��. ���   i,     r>    , '    " tender not nee
It.    Dr.  Bpro md Ur.  Roche
CME
i ��� d   about   a   bill   introiueed   by
the   lull" r   nnd   iv -'rong  Ob-
Mi'     Macdonnell    of
Toroi to ac    -��� .   '.!     L nt o_   <>f  op-
I ln thi     teresta ol aome
dis_runt i- d client . ,1  be  wa.*
nor in earnest In bl ions     Ifir
Lennox hotly    ��� u     the charge.
Every dav in ihe corridors Conservative i - ers < ompialned _tal MJr
(''���-:������ ������- n.'i'-d t<xi much leadership
and 'hat  Mr. Lennox and a ten othei.
ipo Ized  th<-  time of the  Houoe
Col   Hv" ea and Dr  Worthlngton
puted  ���      o merits of the Ross
rifle,  the  "nc  .    port, d  It and
other ,   .. lemned  it.    Tin- Oppo
i- neither-  strong nor united, and no
man In the House realize   thi. better
than Mr.  Foster,
11 '
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C. P. BA-NDERS
M
Juno 16   1909
MORE    MISREPRESENTATION.
Th<. Toronto Mai] and Empire lea is
the van in misrepresentation of any.
thing that concerns polltlet of a liberal nature. Thi- people of Toronto
may like this son of thing, hut ll
do. not add anything to their political
knowledge, The Mall now sayi
'in a few day- ball b dozen .'ai.inet
Ministers wlU sin off for Europe,
each with a ciedli of 110,000 to ���
d,-r som. son ol alleged service o
the country." sir Frederick Borden
ind Hon Mr. Brodeu. go to attend
ihe conf. I," on Imperial d, i- rice a
ml Ion which wa endorsed in tne
Hou ��� i . the leadei ol the Opposition
Hon Mr Field ng go - to raise mone)
to provldi  for loans ma 1. be Coi
,..,   which in.-
now   tailing  due,  and   Hon   Mi   U a
���'. Inquire  nto tl ation
ol   Gov. rami m   railroads,   sonJetbing
th. ' .j,, o Ition   ays 1   ., rj n< c    ar.
'I'l.. ac fout .Mini iters will r- nde.
noi i ��� .-, d bui good service to the
count.. and a to taking wiih them
wii a li -��� j oi v. in of 110,000
v'i i an i manation from the brain
of the Mali writer, who If qoi m a
|.o Ition to know anything aboul the
matti r, Ever) dollar apeni fox these
purposes will be round In the Auditor-
Geni ral'i iook and may i���- crlticlz. d
ni ih.. House by nni Conservative
'i.'in < ; -.ho thinki. the inoin... has
een Improperlj  expended,
REVENUE   IS   INCREASING.
Custom oolleotlons for the Dominion .I-, rapidly on the ncreaee, Vot
May ih.''. amounted to $4,296,660, an
Increosi of (727,9611 over the same
i i-iioil la i year, For the two months
of the Bs...) ... -,-n Hn- collections total
$8,258,338, an Increase of . i._.::i.i.:..i
uvei the same pi ' i...i last year, Al
this rat. ihe revi nue may reach 'be
iv in- i  mask  in iin- in���-ini t of t ;m-
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Today's Shoe Prices at
JOHNS TON'Si
SuCC.t.Or
Men's Shoes
Men i   \ii,i rt. m  made shoes, ��� ms
.'��������� ���     md oi iloodi     regular  II	
Iin��-s for
$3.00 A  PAIR
Men'a    osblood . .    od ���
made  with  ir.'-r: . a idow   ���:���'
lets, a .stylish youni ���   j*--.-
nlar I  50;
TODAY'S   PRICE,   .1.5.
Ladies' Shoes
I.   : <-' tan  button
-'....   ��� n'-. a f.-w :��� ���������   ,
|1.78   PAIR.
I-i :iss  pink    blue and   whl'��   ��
,-, shoes foil.75 A PAIR
Ladle   hiack ki i oxfords   wii    p 1
tips;
$1.7.  A  PAIR
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el.'Ui'lo   frx.nl    I,".I
95c  A   PAIR
L HAWEIS
Royal Sluclio
WESTMINSTf>*
GROCERIES
Adams & Deans
It will pay vou to lei iu till your orders.
- lie    regular |2 00  wblti
irx'i.nlH.   mud.,   wl'h   Co   u
ho.'Is.
$1.50  A   PAIR
15e if);.. . |  fill Sli ad   H_;.a B
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2fjc  Rhubtrb, I im  Bn
Men'a whin-    i an
bos
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$2.50 A  PAIR.
Mi. ii     ii .-.'. i, , tnvai    'i
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$1.50 A  PAIR
Child
ren s
Sh
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1 Ihlldrea's white i snvss sho.
60c  TO * 100.
M    "es'    $1.1.'.     Ill
11 to ..'   for
65c A  PAIR.
''iiildti.n's barefool     in la
s :  the v.-ry l���.nt  mads
$t 00, $1,25 and $1 50 A pair
Coi I. Star.',  I pkgs  for
I.,.,   in glass botttss, 1
\,w   Pol ,'."��.   I  lbs,  'or
P   .       .  ...   f ., If     ,."-r       " k |1 90
(Thin I- a K.wi.l  I>r>'_d flo"r ' !���' ��� I I TV '    ��� I*   'Ini*
For a  No.  1 CSylOfl  Tr.i  *r    tcon-ivend   Br*,d'��   Be��t   al
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TELEPHONE   97.
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SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
Sign of the Big Elect, i.  Boot
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
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Summer   Reading
All the latest Books in stock, and a new shipmei
of the Seaside Library and English 6d Novel
New   Copyright   Fiction..  H-25 and $1-50
Popular  Copyrights,  Cloth bound     �����
Popular Copyright.,  Paper bound  -_ -    ��� �����
English ��d.  Novel. ��+, 3 Wr ����
S.a.lde   Library    15c, 2 for 2*>c
TODHUNTER & BURR
Bookseller*, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY A UO. THURSDAY.  JUNE 21,  1%9.
LY   NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
THE
C h Store
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T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
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SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN
Big Price Cuts on Ladies' Underwear.
I-HEM   ATTRA    rive   SPECIAL  PRICES, COW ST  AT  THE       COMMENCEMENT     OF     THL
WARM  SEAS-*,   ANO      N    .OODS   OF   SUCH   E.   DENT  DESIRABILITY,   CAN   SCARCELY   FAIL   TO
CRIATI  STRONG  INTEREST.       ALL  LADIES  I     -_   DAINTY  WHITE WEAR.     AND     HERE      ISA
..ANCE   TO   POSSESS   ALL   YOU   REQUIRE   AT    .N   ENORMOUS   REDUCTION       ALL   GARMENTS
'.��*_   NEW   AND   FRESH    -,     -    v      >SED   0R   SOiLED    AND   ,p     YQU   W0ULD   L|KE   S0ME   CHARM
NG   LINGERIE   THIS   IS   fOVn   OPPORTUNITY        THIS   IS   NOT     A     QUESTION     OF       MAKING
MONEY;   IT  IS A  STOCK   REDUCING   PROPOSITION SEE   OUR  WINDOW   DISPLAY.
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WOMEN'.->   Vi; . ..   RS     \"
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embroidery  edging
and   Insertion     Sp*
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WOMBN
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: nd with , ���
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ed   or     l.l.i.n.     With     .".    wl    '   ���
.   ...      every sir.- in thla loi    Reg
10c    now  two  for *^c
Winn    w UUJ   WAISTS
��� M|)      Mnbroldered
trimmed   doeens to
*,l-4.*.   lone   or   Hir,'*|.
Extra ape. Ial	
WOMEN'S BILK 0NDERVEST8, ..
��� i quantity only or these daint*.
.. nth      Regular H 00 and *i "
v.-    	
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u.,m.;ns    fink    LAWN  1
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COATS   ,1 ��� ' ""'
In ,i rariet.  ol m*1
-
WOMEN-  DOWNS,   >n  extra   Bne
cambric,  fsrn -    yoke,    button  rroat,
nr-   an,!  sleeves   Bulshed   with  <*m
' -older-   s wi \ neai ganm-nt.   Special  *'-50
THESE     ARE     JUST
FEW   OF  THE
SPECIALS;   WE COULD     GO     THROUGH     THE     WHOLE
r.ATUR.   EVERY    GARMENT-BUT   COME    AND SEE   FOR   YOURSELF.        THIS   IS
STOCK  AND  FEATU    -  EV    R ^^   ^   ^^^   ^   ^
A  GENUINE  OFFER   IN  TH I T*UWT rQ   R^^
pi;
.ICES  THAT   ARE   UNDOUBTEDLY
City News
ag tor vi   garden at 1>  . '���
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���I..   Melville,  ��� .   V mcouver,   Has
nted two young eaglet to the boo
.    ii s  park.
���  torgei
���    al .1
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the sale ol musical In-
ll   i.v      tore, B ���
opi:: evening- *
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.    ur.   .!.    I'.i, lei gone '���'
-vii op.        a al     a Ro; ai ('���>-
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and any
.ral woi e Os
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to hli  bom.
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ittendii ��� .-   Brank-
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A meeting o|
will btr held tbia
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or the sui
: >,|iila        Dl    ���    Wl ek.
That     1 . :    l, I'.'JS.     Wit.
ad  you so much enjoyed at >   n
��� ��a* made  with  Ro
* i Flour.
Ho!   for  tb*  Ladner   racea      Tin
ime. Transfer will leave for _ad-
.-.t 11 o'clock Saturday, June 28t_
lead of .' p.m, to give any and all
D  opj-ortunity  to attend   ihe   Ladner
Do not forget the date.
For  style  in   Parlor   Furniture  see
the line shown    y
VV. E.  FALES
A  beautiful    suite of    _  pieces  tor
$27.00.
a splendid    assortment   to choose
from.
v.    hav-   received a large consign.
ment of
BAMBOO  FURNITURE
Tables, from 50c UP
Book shelf, four shelves *1-75
Corner stand a3 above *1-40
You   talk   about   ROCKERS.       We
have  a beauty;   hardwood  solid  I at,
for $-'����
Nursery Rocker-, for *1'10
a   . ,,-.       ��� *k   and    sau
.-���������
The   Big   Purniture   Store
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Libra, v.
UNDERTAKING   IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES. PHONE   176-
social    gathering    arranged m
���".ion    with  St-    I'eter's church
��������   -.rday  was  postponed  on  account
te inclement weather.      It will be
on  Jun��- -0.
Have a glorious Dominion  Day out-
a  week's  free trip up to  Prince
v-t   and   Skeena   City.       Enquire
i     itcAdam & Irwin, Columbia str.
P  W. Runacres has been appointed
i    ��� tary o! the Westminster Crick.
i   ib In snoceeeton to C. Ham:,-, wbo
Is ..ing away.     J. H. Vidal has be.
��� ���   ted   v>  the vacancy  on  the  com-
mlttea
Four i.undred dollars caah buys a
: ��� lern home one block from Colum-
itreet, the balance maj be paid
Monthly. This house contains nv-
noma. bath, linen and other cup-
IxiarrlB, fitted pantry, tiled kitchen.
rerai da front and back, and nice garden. Price only .1800. White, _l.il-*-
_. <*,,. *'-'-* Colombia atreet, city.     ���*
No Flies on
Your Cattle
If you use our CATTLE WASH.
Cows can't produce milk and
fight flies. Besides it's humane
to protect the animal from tor.
ture���$1.00 gallon; container extra.
are truly insured if you take out fire, life and accident policies in the reliable Canadian companies
which I represent.
The great advantage which I am able to give
over others in the matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing 1 will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
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INSURANCE BROKER,
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PHONE St.
The annual races under the aus-jby the Vulcan iron Works in th-
pices of the Delta Park Driving a_~o- course of the n.xt ten days. The
elation win be held on Saturday n>-\i Nellie G. Thurston will go into tha
at Ladner. The Taces commence a : .-id-, work in the next few weeks,
one o'clock. The steamer Transfer
will  leave at  ll a.m. ins:-.id of two
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORt
NEW  WESTMINSTER
SPECTACLES  FROM  50c.
o'clock, us usual.
The pleasantest way to spead Satur-
day afternoon is to take a nver trip
!to Steveston and back. The SS
Transfer leaves Brackman-Ker's whan
at _ p.m. every Saturday, returning
6ame evening. Fare one dollar for
Ithe round trip. �����������
Daniel Rabbett, of Sixth avenue.
applies for two water records. One
is lrom a stream near Nanaimo stree*
| to be used on subdivision 3 and _ of
i lot 10, suburban blixk XI., on<r cubic
'foot, and another for use on district
lot 10, both for domestic and irnga-
itlon pnrpoeea
White Rock Resort���A Splendid
'stretch of sandy beach, rendering
i bathing safe and ideal for children
{and adult*. Four trains daily each
way. less than one hour's ride from
city. Good water. Camping sites.
$5.00 for season. White, Shiles &
Co.,  City. **��
Everything is in readiness for the
annual sale of work of the Ladies' Aid
of St. Stephen's church. It will be
held at the residence of Mrs. F C
Mtoyere, corner of Third avenue and
Seventh street tomorrow. Many attractions are ponnised, and refreshments  win  ,be served.
Take a free 11.'0-mile trip; s;>end
Dominion Day at Prince Rjpert and
Skeena City- Passage, berth, meals,
everything included. Enquire ot Mc
Adam & Irwin. Columbia street.        ������
Tli. Nellie G. Thurston, which has
been    reconstructed   at    the marine
ways,   has   installed  tier  engines   and
Iother machinery  with  ths  exception
Iof  the  boiler,  which will  be  finished
P. BURnS & CO.
From   this   date  our   dr.vers   leave,
tad west, first trip at B:30 a.m..
second trip at  10:30 a.m.  sharp.
All orders  placed  before  these hours
wiQ   be  guaranteed   prompt   delivery,
\ and all  meats  on  time.      Ph*ase be
sure to send orders early.
Afternoon d.-livery, 2 p.m. and  _r30
p.m..  sharp.
P. BURNS & CO.,
per E. C. TRA VES, Manager.
.Tune Sl,  1909.
Take a Free Trip to Prince Rupert
and Skeena City.
Spend July 1st up north; a week's
glorious outing, berth, m-'als, passage.
everything included hirst sale of
Bkeena city lots on t iwn-He, June
30th. Inquire of MacAilam & Irwiu,
Columbia street.
VISIT   SEYMOUR  CREEK.
Council Representative* Take Inspection Tour.
To see the progress of the Seymour
creek intake of the Vancouver City
waterworks. Hermon & Burweil, tho
'consulting engineers, have invited a
number of visitors today, wbo will be
met at the North Vancouver ferry by
a  tallyho,  and  driven  to  the  Intake.
From the city will be Mayor Keary.
Aldermen Adams, Fader. Jardine and
Johnston, with Superintendent of
Waterworks Stott. Representatives
of the Richmond municipality are also
expected
Thej   will    go    over by    the nine
o'clock car, and catch the 10:15 terry
across Bnrrard Inlet    There Is atxmt
!a  three  hours' drive  by   way ot the
iKeiih road.
Take a Free Trip to
PRINCE RUPERT and SKEENA CITY
FARE, BERTH AND MKALS-everything included. The finest
week's outing in the world. See the "New Westminster of the
North."   Spend DOMINION DAY up North.   Start June 28.
T. M. SMITH II h. d. moon & co
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
608 Marion Building, SEATTLE.
Enquire of McADAM  A  IRWIN, Columb'-i  Street.
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THURSDAY    i
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT CbTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line   and   V.   V.   and  E.   Cloverdale to   Sumas   ..ailway.
Mail Service
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POSl .:.,,��� V
Lad. .-:   C.,   Pul
��iii  -, ..   i   . -:i.  on
M< ���   21, 1909, work
in.mi.,nv!. Tenders will noi he consld. :��� . mh sa made up In ac-
cordan.     wltl
��� : in forms furnlshi |        Deparl
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Pl        ind    specll i       ma;
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Bmitl      :   C . and at  th    l>      tmen
ol  Pu        '.'  irks, Ottawa.
IN   : ��� SSIER,
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Follow Ing are the bow    ol di Sl i
an l in rival ol m illj ai the Nee IA est
I si offlc b ��� ��� ii In
. .-  tbe hour
a   ,i : ule, Delhi   a    ...   desi tti        Jl :.. ills
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Pretty Parasols
A   FEW   MORE   OF   THE
15c
SIZE  JUST   ARRIVED.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columb'a  street.
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED   PICTURES  AND   ILLUSTRATED    SONGS    OF    THE     VERY
HIGHEST  CLASS.
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admits or,���Children    5c,    adults     10..
J. M.  COMPTON, Manager
Mails Despatched.
0:00  j.v
;,: >  iver    n*
.j. N. K. Owl
-..:-     Van      ���      . ...  \.. torta   i   i
B. C. i.
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I   ;.     , >j.-:.:..   :   W   Mi..a  I .   *,��� Sl
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.-. ���   t-_un    Island   sn I   d -'���
dall   ��� ������ ���   t Sun laj . \s nods u I
rhun ad Saturday, vi.i
(S eveeton mall dee.
; i     ed an I reet   ���      -la Vancou ter
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v,  G    N.   R   nu:
���. ilovei lale,   n..-.im< k!   and
Kells dally, Clayton on Tnei I
Friday and Saturday; Tyn
b.  -: on Tuesday and Friday; Bon \-
;      . Bday and Friday.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Bumany
,., b  ('   Electric Railway  Bat
arday an extra I'lai! l* dee patched to
Victoria rla Vancouver at this ���������   -
i; i bi Seattle, including al] U.
B   poll      ���  .-*  nn,! south,  vi-. i,   N. it
"Flyer.'
6 p.m.���Second CPU    .-11-', rra-
eer MIHb      Thla  mall takes the following    local    places:      Barn<-t    and
PortMood     Pitt Meadows, PortHam-
ond    I        Haoej     Mlseli 1      ' ��
Hot Sj ring     v.
'I,������*,',   Llllooet   Bpencee' Bridge, Nle-
I   '   -v   and all   point
Kootenays.
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No trouble with  5unlij;lit >oap.
.lust follow th. dfaocUoes on the
wrapper and  Sunlight docs the
reet.   Coats little     does much
never injures li.inds or .lothcs
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Wyoming's  Wool   Ch.tpu*.
V. .
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with to ti.
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BANFF AMHKACITh COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Succe-_or   to
Mayers & Pre.ton
OHice,  Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
TIME TABLE.
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(except Tuesd rla B. I     v
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i:30 a        Van Vict
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...  to   11 "... .: m    : idn :    Port
on -ii I  nnd   I .
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v, 1 1  1 ��� Bruce. . S eve
ched and received rl 1 Van-
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Bapperton, Frasi Mills and Coqult
lam
1:00 p.m.   Vancouver, Central Park
and  Fr-K,-r Arm.
1:30 ji in    Sasl Burnaby, by oourier
2v:u p.m.���Burquitlam. by oourter.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and    Beattle, including aii r. s points,
:i in p.m Second Mull oast, and
closed mall from Sumas, and Beattle,
including I' B A. mutter, nnd also
Frase-- Mills.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneoul*,
Cars leave Vancouver ;.,r New  ',',*:.
nia        . ���        .  :-i .,:..
1 in . un I every half hour I
until  11:30 p.m
Nee   Westminster lot V iu
iver _: .".:.',.., t I .. .. ���'.", .;_
��� 00 a in . an 1 1 r. r> half ;,, .
after  until  11 00 p m.
Sunday  Schedule.
(':ir.  i.-.iyi. Vaneouv. r  f. r New   .- .   t
min  ti r  al   S  00  airl   .   00 .. ::        n I
'���very    half    boor    V.  n kfU       until
11:80 ;��� rn.
Cars leave New Wa tmlnattr ' r Van
. ��� iver al -       1 v .  i-i.i . . '
���   :- tbereafi
car 11:01
D. J.   McQuarr,.,  Local   Man.ig.r,   Nevn
Westminster.
Minto tup Challengers
Arrive in Kuyal Lily
ontlnued trom Pate Oaa.1
which   was   M.i.'ii.i. - d   in   ih.-
roday,   however,    the)    ttUi
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FRONT   STHEE1
Ne��   Westminster
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modei
provements, and six lots ii
chard, between Pine and '!
streete, facing   Fourth  ave
IV'kv $8000, half cadi, ba
terms.   Apply McQuarrie &
Front Street.
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Fresh   PcrK     v.   s.   -.   dally y
Best   ct   Farn-e- ��   Pork.
PACinc
Meat Market  *
Phone 192 ICMEMMl  I   AMilKSIIS        Columbia St.
ASK   YOUR  GROCER   FOR
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ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
A - _   ier  f J'   ., I j   get    '
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU  _T   APRlVED
For    Wi.iH     Uj    '���     l..'l.   Chop.,   C*   * ���'-*    F.rJ     0-
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Excellent Train Service Betwee,     e
Chicago, London, X
hamilton, Tor^alo,!!
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And ail the prinri-.ul I,,,   nesi i ��� nters of
ONTARIO, QUEB1 C      I tl    MARI-
TIMi; PRO. II    E8.
AIho to BUfPAl 0, Nl  ���'���   ': "i.K and
Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Lint.
Cars   '���,r  Y-tnooeve.   and ����y
��taiion��   ��lil   .'in   even half
hour   from   |;M   ��   BB. I
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S.S. Kerland
Leave Langley at 8 uu am ; arrive
at Pori Haney at 8:lii a.m.. arrive at
McAdani Landing at 8:_0 a.m.; ar
rlvti at llaininond at 8:40 um.; arrive
at Port Kolls at _:U0 am.; arrive at
New VV_Ktniin-l-r at 10:30 a.m.
lx>av-' N.'W Wostmlnsicr at 4:00 p.-
m ; arrli.. at Port Hulls at. TuilO pm.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:00 pm.; arrive at McAdaniH Ijandlnir at 6 15 p.m.;
arrive nt Port Haney at 6:11 Ti p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. A K. Wharf, dally ex
cept Saturday.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon f oute
for   CONRAD,    OARUROBf,   ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and PAIR
BANKS  ii..iiy train* (except Binda; -
carryiii,- passengers, mall, sxpreai and
frelghi  connset   wllh   atagea   at  ''ur
OTO      and   While   lloree,  malniaii, ag
a thorough winter nervice.
For Information apply to
J. II. ROGERS. Traffic Mnna.er
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G.  N.  H��� Port  Gulchon.
Leavea New Westminster on 'I iss
day at 10 a ui , r-'tnrn�� at C pin. to
city. Leaves Thnraday. 4 p.m., nr-
rivet In clly Friday 8: t5 a.m. Leave!
Friday at '1:50 p.m., arrirca ln city
Saturday at B a.m.
Leavei Port Onlebon nt 1 pm. on
Tuesday, 8:80 am. on    Trlday, and
r>iVl am J-lIurday. Arrlvt'H at Port
OUlchOn fi p.m., Thursday and Friday
Leaves Gulchon c am, each week
lay;   arrives  8:r,0  a.m.
Leaves N, W, 8:50 p.m daily r*
"i.i  Sunday;  sr, Gulebon at 7 p.m.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY NEWS
Weatminater'a Home . apsr.
PHILADELPHIA, tria ki i 1 alia, j *	
For Time Tables, etc    s..Misi       je ���"���^���""
geo w vaux. ;   liritish Columbia Eleclrk Ry. C o.M
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P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.    	
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C.  E. TRAVC8,  Local   Manager.
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101 THURSDAY, JUNE 14,  *
NEW
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAC5E  B_V_N.
Summer and Autumn Go fUgliS-l WdttHlTiakCr
for   La lies  and   Gentli        ,
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��� h   prohibits   tbem   ""om
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whose    _Je  ol   the  cube*
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UBOfl DISPUTES
CONVULSE EDMONTON
F -������     i�����.r'-
ding   i.   Tied   up  in   Prairie   Town
as Result of Sympathetic
Strike.
; "R0BIN HOOD'-the Flour that is Different-
e_yet?   You shoul : start now.
nis wonderful new flour.
en used in your
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WE   ARE    READY   TO    SHOW
you how It is cheaper to i>u> oar
high ��� Hiding     materials
.. It is to purchase the poorer kind. We can po nt to
buildings imi - with our materials that n '��� "r need fl pairs.
\\ ������ can   , a.     .there
that need  repair:   ail  the  t.nie.
But th.     ���       not built of our
materials.
cheapness   .
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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[Form   .'������
LAND  ACT.
[.Form  No.  '..)
LAND  ACT.
AM_-IU- litOLOOISTS
WILL STOOV GIACIERS
Form of Notice. Form 0f Notice.
District of  Ooa      Rang. District o    Ooasi   Itange One,
notice           -  \;   ������ ol      Take noUce thai James Watson, ol
v   '                 loi       -��� Vancou er, B. C, occupation, fanner,
atends to applj ....                , v i,,. ;,. rmtss on to pur-
purchase    thi :.,,-!���           ring described lands;
Commencing at a post  planted on
'  ii imendng at a the  northeast  shore of    uwi  island.
small bay on norl is-  Dated June 6th,  1909.      Applying  for
me   1th,   i" ��� the whole Island, containing L6   ac    -
for   -io  who;.   Island,  c mi iin ng   more or i'-ss.
100 acres more or less. JAKES \v.vi_u.-.,
OLE BENJAMIN ANDER80 ��� Per  ri.  11.  FORD.  Agent.
Pe    -    ;-i    KURD   .*-. tiated June 6th,  1909.
Dat. I Jane            "���:���.
[Form S     9.]
LAND  ACT.
[Form  No.  9.]
LAND ACT.
a ������  show
sir ti |       fo  -.    ;    note tn-
v.ur.
ROBIN HOOD" flour is the flour that is making
sensation 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?" "
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Ic*   Rivers  of Alaska   Have   Been   Ur.-
cergomg Curious Changes  During
Late   Years.
Form of  Notice.
District of Coasl   Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Form cf Notice.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Berg_ta Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. C . occupation, lady,
i less.
Seattle   Wash., Jun- 23.���The   nm
expedition eve: s-nt. ont ��� the Na-,
1. ,. Geological Society ol Washing-j��f whole island
���oi- D. C . to study the big glaciers of
Alaska, is scheduled t.., .-ail from
Seattle on the svamer Portland on
Thursday next The expedition will
led by Prof R. S. Tarr. of Cor-
m- in rersky, and Prof Lawrence
Ma In, of the University of Wisconsin
In speaking of the purpose of ihe
expedition today Prof. Tarr said:
"Tl.- :,ig glaciers of Alaska have been
und'-*.. ing soni.- unusual and rema-K-
ablc transformations in the last rew
yea and are moving around con*
era       so the National Geological so
Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, . uiy, ; Intends to apply for permission to pur-
Inten U to apply for permis on to pur- chase the following described lanns:
chase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted in
Commencing at a poai ; lanted on the bay at northwest corner of Maud
the north shore of KlaoBsis island, a Island, the largest island in the in-
small island south of Turn . Island, idian group. Dated June 6th, IW��.
Dated Jun,. 6th. IW��. A;;.... for Applying for the whole island, eon-
40  acres   mort   oritainlng  60  ax*res   more  or  less
DORA  ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th,  19'-'9.
Form   No.   9.]
LAND ACT.
B-5RGETA aNi.i_C.ON.
P_- ri.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, L"j9.
[Form  No.  9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that    Fran_  Jacobson,
of  Vancouver   B.  C, occupation, far-
Form of Notice.
trict of Coast  Range One.
notice   i hat  John    Olsen,
Vancouver, B. C occupation, farmer,; mer, intends to apply for permission
intends   to   apply   for   permission    * -   to   purchase   the   foi.owing   described
purchase    the    "following     described lands:
ci- >  appropriated ISOOO to fit oui an   'an<__.; Commencing  at  a  post  planted   In
lexp. -ion io go to Alaska and study. Commencing a'- a post planted mia small bay on north shore of Bend
the and to determine if possible the i-^., at northwest comer of Davies [island. Dated June 6th. 190.. Ap-
canse for their changed conditions and [i-^iw.      Dated   June   6th,  1909.    Ap-j plying  for the  whole i_Und, contain-
posi Ions
D.az  and  Taft to  Meet.
Mexico   City,   June   ..'..���The   Mexl
plying  for the whole island,  contain-
:ing 200 acT-i-  more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Pot  S.   H.  FORD.  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
;y- ran No. 9.]
LAND  ACT.
can   Heraid  says;
Replying to a communication from
the    Whit--    House    at    Washington
igh    the    Mexican    entessador
there,   President   Diaz   has  expressed
!.:* desire that be may meet President Form of Notice.
Taft for a personal interview which I)is[rict of 0)ast Range 0ne
will take place at one of the points: Tah^ n0tice that Ralph Jacobson.
on the boundary line between Mexico ()f Vancouver. B. C . occupation. -Brand the United States some time dur- [1K.r .nlenA< to .^^ 10[. permission
Ing the latter part of the year.    T_e,_0   ,,urcha^.   the  following   described
ine SO acres more or less.
PRANK JACOBSON.
Per  ri.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
.v.nouncvment of the preliminary ne* ia_,is
���nations looking forward io this in
Commencing  at  a post  planted  on
icrview  was made a* the foreign re-.^, soutileas. shcr,. m a fI0&u bav on
lations offlc,,  yesterday. Icompton   island.     Dated   June    Ith,
j 1909.     Applying for the whole Island,
containing 80 aci.* more or less.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wnll send you
free a cake tti their famous Plantol
| .let   -,.i'.,  if   you incnti,>n   tliis  p_!-t\
RALPH  JACOBSON.
Per  ri.  H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Lh. 1909.
Cedar Lumber
FOR   SUB-DRAINING
The whole of the cedar lumber lying
on the C. P. N. and G. P. R. wharves
is tor sale, either in one lot or in quantities to suit. For prices and particulars apply to
ED. GOULET
for   MARRIOT    6.     CO.,   New   Westminster
[Form ^o.   ..]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take   notice  that  Adolpu  O.   Jotiu-
s,  .   ..f Vanoouver, B. C, occupation,
.:*-,,  apply   for  permission to purchase    the    following Sends:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib is,and.    Dated
June  6th.    1909.      Applying    for  the
whole  island,    containing     90     acres
more or less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per 'S.   H.   FORD.  Agent.
Dat.-d June 6th.  19"'.'.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast   Range One.
Tak,   notice  that  Jacob  JaooMon,
'of Vancouver. B.  C . oocupatioo, ciu*-
lient.-r.   Intends   k)   apply   for  permission to    purchase    the following d.
'scribed lands:
I    Commencing  at  a  post  planted  on   Umu and premise- situate
th- aouthwest shore of Mound island., being In  the District of    NewJWW-
uunster. in the Province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and  described  as    Lots  3  and  4.  ot
Take notice, that an application
has been made to register Peter Henderson as the owner in fee simple, under a Vix sale deed from the Reere
and clerk of Surrey, to The Corporation of the Township or District of
Surrey, bearint; date tbe 31st day ot
December, A. D., laol, of all and singular that certain parcel  or tract of
lying and
|Dated, June 4th. 1909.      Applying lor
,the whole island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB  JACOBSON,
P-     ri.   H.   FORI'    \   ��� ' '
Dated June ith.  1 I 9
[Form  No   '.'.]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District   of   Cou-.'.   Range  On*
rake  notice   ;hat   Albert   Hunt
Vancouvei. It. C . occupation   farmer. 0.  _ho
Block I. being part of Lots 7 and 8,
Croup I, Map 406; Lot 7 of Block 4,
being part of Lots 7 and S, Group 2;
Lot 9. of Block L being part ot Lots
7 au,I i. Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
under you nnd ill persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered Instrument, and
al. persons claiming any interest in
the sail land by descent, whose title
' : Is not registered under th- provisions
Land   Registry   Act."   are  re-
Lntendl     to apply     for  permission   to quired to contest the claim of the tax
purchase    the    following    describee purchaser within forty-five days from
lands: the date of the first publication of this
Commencing  at  s  jiost  planted  In notice upon you, and in d. fault of a
I bay on north shore of Ke.-s Island, caveat or certificate of Us pendens he-
one of the Anderson group, Dated ing hied within such period, or ln de-
lune   6th,   1909.       Applying   for   the (au)t  cf   redemption   before   registra-
Iwhole  island,    containing    16o  acres tion. you and each of you will be to**
more or lesa
Pee
Dated June 6th
ALBERT  HUNT.
ri.   tl.  FORD, Agent
1909.
[Form   No.  9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Tak,. notice that John Johnson, Of
Vancouver, B, C, occupation, salesman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following descn Bd
lands:
Commencing at a post '.lame! cn
the north -hore ol John island, an island between Keei island and Dawes
island. Dated, June 6th, 1909. Ap-
.plying for the whole Island, containing 60 n<-i. s mote or less
JOHN   JOHNSON,
I       S.  H.  PORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
ever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or ln respect of
the said land, and I shall register
Peter Henderson as owner thereof In
fee. And I hereby order that publication of 'hla notice for thirty ilays In
a dally newspaper published in New
Westminster, will be good and ��utH-
cient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offli-,
Xew Westminster. Province of British
Columbia, this 3rd day of May, A. li.,
1909.
C  S. KKITH,
District   Registrar.
To Yuk Chee, Chew Sing Kap,
John J. Weir.
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THE   DAILY   HEWS.
THURSDAY ���      H
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WE     ARE
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
Preserving
lime
!CAMPERS' SUPPLIES!
COLUMBIAN CC.L.GE
DOES SPLENDID WOfffi
Students  of   Local
tional   Institution
Honor to Cit v.
Educa-
Bring
OUR STOCK CF CAMP
STOVES. ETC. IS COVPLETE.
NOW IS THE PROPER TIME
TO   PREPARE.
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f   AflCIP-^nn    _v     I 11Q-IV   *.  Shaw, H   I. nu.. and Mei
��� __iiue_-U.i  ot   Lusoy ��� x        v u,ls v ,, ,IU
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.
La test Imperial Improved Gem sealers. Prices are very
low.
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COLUMBIA  STREET.
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Pints
95c
Don't   target   j Todd     sale  ol
.- all this
week.      Th.- *'��� ������ ..;*.-n evt
renlng       T otlng    moat, sl
instruments tins do not
fail to attend
J. H. TODD'S
Music  House
.MBIA STREET.
Big
i,
Quarts     $1.15
1-2 Gal.   $1.35
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
'RE    FINE.      TRY    THEM.      A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
E 'ard   Block,  New   Westminster
Edison Theatre
Illustrated
Ani-nated
Pictures     and
Songi.
THE  LATEST  HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program   changed    Monday,   Woo-
i. ��� lay and Friday     Bpecla   matinee
for  ladles  and   children   Saturdays  al
2: v
p. m.
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We I    ������
LADIES:
large and up-to dal.       ���      .- ol .,f giv.
iIz.    up to 16 :��� eai        Price     rom "'
and i
Adii ,ang a- up to $3.66 each
95c
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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The university examinations  which
havt     ��� ii In progreu at the * ol i
,: tee    .I.. ���*   . -     :
todaj.   and   the   student ���   �� mi lea. e
;��� lr several home -    Rei.  \\   li
ii.n .,.    igh, n.\   baa tie.a tha 9**-
siding   examiner   m di ���   dli o Ion   ol
i, remit)   ol   rorontd     Th.   f. l
���.. isge  students  bave    been
wril ... r   .M. Kay, i.  Benson
Meredith,   l:   Small    l.   Knd,   i:
j r m-
I'.  Miia l
\\    Meyei    W    8ml h,   I.   Lock.    W
.. lough,   G     \\ hue,   II     lu p
il   \\ al -on   W. K  .ion. *   \   i.,-.
and   Mr.   R.   Laidl.
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-���: bav. ���   n ��:Ming
The ��� -��� ������ li -���:    from     I ���     I
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>���:    i ��� ronto    ��� un  d. I
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Shaw, \    HI     K. ���-���
��� |    ,    ��� | ���    -
Mi    Blak. i-   - >;  ���    ed   I Is  di Ugh*
at iii. excellent work dons by the can-
Mi,i.n,-- and �� bile otht la
not yet to stated '
ed   inul
credited   with
An   Encouraging  Outlook.
Th,. of    lh     O       ���        '��� ii'.ii-
.i    bi    ' ���  n iv
��� id. nl   bave
��� ���; , -        next
64  In i
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ads ..ii.it!
At   Eastern   Universities.
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... with w ��� ��� ���
I ;        Utoivo
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en     of tbe I H    B ���   ���
ami a   Si ���    nd snd I
.-.
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Robson lis tin i '    I    tit i j
..   ��� . r- ��� '   .    I  ��� I ������ '
������:   . 'atlfornis    (I   Flm b   I ^    aau   -���
.    n the work of Uk
tliir.l I   Mis.  J    Wiv
o   d ��� ��� ������      H    Wai     :,   ' io
��� '���
,,:.��� -     .-;������...������    **      ; odeat
ot the   ��� Bontheni
in*ti'     ���
.;-���,.' ��� ���
Plan', (or Future
Th.   pis      '      the I .   ��� -'I
���  ���        ���    ���    i\.-   Th.       ������  ; un of
be $1   InWlee fund ba
.-��� ���      raluabt. baea
��� ���ii d i '��� to the ���**_ Ah.cb win tn-
more efflcl t than ever it is ex;,- ol
i-d thai . department "f I d
-, 1.1.- ��� rill be open, d in tb. fall, nnd
that ��� -���-nil fiinj'p rein, ata ��iil ba
mail, ooklni to tht ' ' .'"ft
-, ������ v Id. ,;..        :     '.1        . .;*
prel : ���       -      : ������
ii in   lag ist '" pr.
���,   ������...������.:._���        -    ten
WEDDINGS.
Rogers Slater.
i., ���   evening  James  Blmpeoi   i'.-g
on    art      ml i -i
twnds of    mat rl mon j       . Mi--    Kita
iz, i  a Blati i    ilso of 8 ippi rtoi
ceremon) took pla. e at tnd
..f   Queen's  Avenue cbui        iv ���
M. i'..-.. ...",      ��� ,       -|      wit-
ii-    a ��� \i itll i.i Slater, sis-
i,-r In-law of   the bi d.     si -
K.,ger*      Tl'      wii    resid.    n  t-'MH
cliy.
Hooson Butler.
.   man rtag    tool,  place on   i u. s
d i. evening ol Hm ry Hobsoi     I I law-
son,  Vukon   lo Mv- Lynn  B    ���     "'
Uleld, 1 i v .   .
iled   ���       ��� i   ,��� :  . .
bj   Re.   W   ll   Ban
p. BURNS & CO.
From v.i date oui drtv.
, - tnd west Di sl trip al I (0 s m .
��� md trip ai 10:80 ��� tn sharp.
All onl'-r-i iiinii"! before tb i hours
will be guaranteed prompt deliver.
and all meats on Uioe Pies ������ bs
H.ir,- to send ordera early.
Afi.-:noon delivery, 2 p.m. snd '  '���''
p in   i harp,
I'   BURNS & CO..
par B C  TRAVM, Managei
I
.Inn.
:t, um.;.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings l'mik Department���Deposits
received ln sums of .1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at _ per cent, per
annum I present rate).
Tola)   Assets  over $168,000,000.00,
NEW  WE&TMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager
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.Sapperton
THIS ST .RE CLOSES AT 5:30 P   M
Ladies' and Misses'
BATHING
SUIT
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WELL  MADE  BATHING  SU TS  FOR   LADIES.   MISSES   AND  CHILDREN    ARE    HERf
NEW    STYLES
SHOWN    IN    LUSTRE.    SERGE   AND   JERSEY   CLOTH,   ALL   NICELY   TRIMMED   WiTh
THEY   HAVE    FANCY   TURNOVER   COLLARS   TRIMMED    IN   VARIETY   OF   STYlf'
ALL   SIZES   IN   STOCK
LADIES'   SIZES   AT   t.1 0.   TO   IS.7.     CHILDREN'S   SIZES  FROM  I'd.
Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
t      These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I!
POPULAR
BATHING   SUIT
MATERIALS
To   tnsl Hn-it   tme,    ���-' '
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misses an I ��� .
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-
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brown  ��� v..'. il and en
._rd   . .       3.c   to ft.c
HI  '��� ISc   lo  Sic
��� wins m. Bl ......
...     twill,   good   wai(M
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col i. ���*. CU-BHMBRfl in ii .<.   ,
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1 i-i    per
1ic
.'w
FINE   BLACK
FRENCH   VOILLES
7_c.  11.00  and  11.25   PER   YARD
At these prices we show som- nne
,. woo] roillea Phej ..-. nt,.- aad
������v.-ri   in   -*.,.-      ��� ��� | . . , ,,    .,ii
at*.-     nf     : ,..    ��� Hutniiii i
ikJriH i.f roilki ar.   alwaya dreaaj   in
appearan. ���    and    durable    ba   s ���..
��hii..   th.   we
able   when   made
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v.,-i  .., :   .
In    n,-ir��e|>    nolle.
���i..        I v    i   skirt
;...;.d   .-     ������   ,'. il.ll"
I wltl     ier cl
++++++++4
BLACK MARQUESETTE.
11 28 PER YARD.
\  i . . ���      srovea mat.  Ial  In
black onlj . "lightly lighter In wa gbi
���i ol siik and woi i
tun     pei     ,-,'  \\ BB
tn Roral daelgne;  verj approprlats
fo      imiii. i  gowns ot separata skins
or Walstg;  ,,,..  yard 11-00
piicci of
WASH     MATERIALS
PER    YARD
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aab
ular ...
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in*  thli   * ��� ��� ���
SPECIAL   ASSORTMENT
04t   LACE9.
I     PfR   YARD
AT
THE
LaCc;
(PUN
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A.W
ll-... ���      n     r,:.
teeaa la ��-.d'i.�� rtnKn
.; laahae   la a< * s
i lally    eellal
<niit��   bloaaes    ��� '���
i    v....
-
...   ���
I 11 lie; -fpectel   '  -   *"t.  Sc
TABLE OAMASK.
MX PER YARD
Bogwlai ��� ,-   ..��� u ��� i in- i ���������*
only.    6m t,, ;..    ir..;,    ta   ���
'.���: _   or   iitV-l'-i'-i".!     "inall
,l.-*lrn��.     Krrtnl    Hl'lghl    Slid    .i    I
(.unlit > tor a eery day n*a   Phli
.���tii>   pei  . si i     	
AMERICAN   CRETONNES
9   YARDS   FOR   $1 00
S��<n    washing   in !.,iini,   In   i...
Higm* sn.i (eel c.i.irn. y. Inches iv
good weight of BjM-1-ial worth lor .
tain ���     i ov. r ni-w   aad    d< ., ���
i-   ���        Thi,, w.i-k  '. yards toi   *
ROCKFAST    DRILL.
20c   PER   YARD.
Ow   of   ihe   moat   r.llal.i..   *ii��"
nkln   mat.-rials  you  i iin   buy      -liown
only   In     black     grounds     with   '"
strlji....  and  s|sits       It-N-kfiu.   drill  '
of k������>I Weight; strong and fi_l oolor
aaneoially suii��iii��'   for   .unk outlni
nklri.. mid ohlldren'S wnnh siiitx    Pel
yard  20c
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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