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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Colun          ?*     phone 85.
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NDORSES
n\) NEW MAIN
TOO MANY CRUISERS
ON IK GREAT LAKES! _
NEW WBBTKINBTEa, B, O, TOTK-M     MORNING, JUNE 1, 1900.
Trapper Kills Rancher in Duel.
FIVE CENTS F'ER COPY.
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-,v morning of a ��� ,,��� i: Idge river, aboul
,���..,   i,ii-,   between   A .      . ancher and  a
i.'i-   *" " learhi .. -.-. r     shots  wer-  ex
. .-.    WS    killed. v   -      i        ; Ortl d   '"
ded
��� ivlng1 here today foi . :,. of ��� - Ow-
.,i establishing ��� ....    ation, no
ol ���     murder will',, avail i   ������ for several d
Thi    onnti    around ThlvargCa ranch, where the shooting took
placi   i       .���        ..���,, -vi! pines, with    occa .'.nai    cleared   benches.
Thl ���   '    atti r In U'e district   and was well known in
Ullooel
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PORTLAND PREPARES    LACROSSE CLUB NAMES
EOR ROSE FESTIVAL  DA1ES EOR COP GAMES
Pageant is Prepared For Trustee Sir Edward Clout-ton
"Homecoming Day"- At- Will Be Told Westminster
tractive Program. Wants July 10 and 17.
AMERICAN fARMERS     DROWNING EATALIIY
COME IN THOUSANDS'     HAS PATHETIC SIDE
Portland, Or..  May   ll ���The    '
tion of all Oregoniani la fixed on ihe
coming    rose    1-
At a specia   meeting of the  West
minster Lacrosse club held yesterday
to  be li     rating at H  Ryall's office, the aecre-
Portland    during  the    week  opening   HUfj   (H.   Ryall.,   was   Instructs
Jun- 7     Festival   l-coratons are nowvWrite     u,   S-r   Edward     Ciou.-iton
JUlW     , f^SL.fdl     _.e_l_l UL    -U_    <11.     IIU��    -  ��.����-- ...,       w.        _,v. ��� _.��� a_,-u-i<-.u,
going  up  and   the pageant   tni_  yea/ ^T^..'  maDa��ir"-'   t,uSt^-   "; '   '
of tbe Minio cu;., informing him t
."'���''���<������'-.-  u'  "-  ���    Wthlm of  -he: iveatmin.
to
of
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ind   ever  held  0+  in.   Paenic  eeaSL ,couid defend  that  trophy  against  Te-
A bigg-r attendance than ��� ������ i  before let
i�� promised.
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Influx of Uncle Sam's Men to j Two Families in Mourning
Western Canada This Year |    Through Sad Accident
Ma, Total 100,000
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L-'U'r   Scheme.
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Washington, M 1        letwaea
�����- persons   most  oi
i Ami - sm ttle In
in   la dur-
On A substance
hanged   in   ,,-  .,  r--;_rt  cent
j-ii-e man ever urwi. j\.umsehs wunout conn.cling  with  th.
������ ���/---������,,.���i,        Tne parades will uutil ,   B.  C.  schedule  were  July   lu  and   17.
anj  thing  before attempted, and tht the dates orlglnall.   offered to them.
oti,er attraction.-,    ol    carmvai week Incidentally, it w.i be pointed "_��� to
Will  be  ahead  Ol  former efforts,      in-Ithe  truate*  that the  Tecumsehs  Have
fov.vv        receivi : by    the manage-  dropped   the  dates  tir-r   assigned   to
i-,  menl v   the festival Indicates an   v.   them, and on which they had agreed
.   .     i..  remeni of tounstg Utis waj    to play, and are now seeking July  1
while out-of-town peoplt are expect--.l   and 3, two dates noi agrevabie to the
o Hock here in large nu____rs.     Tn     Westminster ciub.      Sir Edward   irili
Citj   plana  to keep open house for the'be   reminded   that     when   St    Cathar
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1     week and    aii visitors    will  be maue   ines, a challenger for the  Minto cup
Ier particulars of th_  sal  a.ci- ' welcome. last  year,  declined   to  play on  dates
d.nt to hand  ihow that the man, W       Monday.  the opening  date,  will   .; accepted   earlier  m   the   year,   P.   D
_ ,. ,       _,    ... "Home Coming  Da.v '  with a speci.,-  Ross ruled thai that cluo had forfeit-d
M..d---.   who . ���--  bk life, balled trom  , ,.la. nlgh, pii^m;    Thv roS(, eyx  lt- r.Ktu t0 contend tor the champion-
Beiliru -un.  and  wi:,  a  partner,  Mr   will  op(,n   in   yK  California  building 'ship that year and declined to enter-
Consal Franklin jConned. was canvasslng^on the cou,.   vu juei-Qa:    tnd there ��'��11 be a grand  tam a second chall-nge.      The man-
ChilHwack District.
pun.
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Lake on
o!  .,  r�� consul  rTanKiiii i  �������� ���
Chart.-   :,   Hal.      ' -   de- ���� ��*������� ������     '   :-  *   ��
���(..hilllwafK        I      wa.     considered   a
electric   parade.       Ti.     following  day   aging trustee pro tern will be permit
i.aitment of commerce and labor jumw-w��-��.       lt     waa     considered       ,........ win ne a con_pe-.niv- rose exa:-  tcd to draw his own inference, from
�� wenii -^     ':������'������' I  : ���  >*"-B    -   ��� --      it ar.d an automobile parade in --'--���
I   riiK tahe a hoUday. so both aftamoon -      ���      ���-     -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  this reminder.       ^^^^^^^^^^^
 ^       On   Thursday   _M  ao:-. I    a committee consisting of Hr- sio-n:
i rtn"W.hc representative   "Since 1903  - -*1*' ���    ������      ���''   Ma>   -'    "ni  ou  and  vehicle  parade, always a bea iti    Fr-d. J. Lynch. Manager C. A   Welsa
nav��, force on     ��� ' been   r'''-'   ,}   w,nt   ou;   a"   u*'"    lu  ca:i"  fel feature of the show, will be -'v-n   and Secretary H. Ryall was named to
...... ...      rata.      Mrs   Shepherd    accompanied  wlUl a  niKht   pageant.      "The  Spiv*  draf
      ,.,������-- ._-..,,-���.-  and the population ,-���������      "*""   w" *"*���".���-��� _~~���_ "  with  a  night   pagea.ni.
.-..,. .    . -...-���     -'���!���   v    len   wi.i.e Mr.. Bolden Joined of (he   Golden \v_t."
���>a_B ....      ... Mr   J i'-.i. a cousin, an: .',.., par.-   v.,,_i-_
i  X lair .
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   .    inlni'iii   hi ���  ������    ���-��       ������
...       , j ,;���,-,. ,;,f. lo.  Mr  V        pall, a iu-   n. and bin par
U    : .i   .:. :��� ised I:.*      :-'*"". - ���'   another direction
,-:,-:   ol -   shown  ani probable  Cauae.
��� traarij i_O.O00,_O0 boahola.     Tb-    irmlae is tha*.
.-..   ,tl . .   .   .    : ir   home-,'��rd   a the along-, which wa- raised
Manl 11 -.'.   aeri      ���*���'���- ��inter to allow the stage I
,..-.������, i   : ���;���;- -.-. and 117-  w ^r      irlthoni going into the water
���,     . ,-hey ilii.    !-.-:.*��� Il-i   at   '.be   depti.
of th.- watei ittempted to iur-
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NO    HIGH    WATER,
The   J-pi:'.'   draft the leiter^^^^^^^^^^^^^
        On    Frlda-. Want a Wettern Trustee.
busineSf   Orms  of the city  will  kee,.      The necessity of appointing a west-
open bouse and extend a general wel-'em   trustee  to  succeed   .he   late   Sir
come    to  v.sitors.      Races    -it    tin   Henri    Joly    de    LoBblnien   will   oe
n cro.     . Country cl�� in the afternoon win de-  brougbt   to the  attention  ol   His  Ex-
"  light thousands of visitors.     Further eellency  Earl Grey,  governor-general
.��,     .���   an!     harn-sg     races   at   the  of  Canada,  in   who-e   hand-   'he  ap-
Country Cl-j wil; follow on Saturday,  pointmem Is vegt-ed.
the   flna)  da*,    and   the   anual   speed . Enforce th.  Rules.
���.   .���.     ..       -_,.   ._   -. contests of  automobiles will  be held, j    Con.  Jones,  representing  th.-   Van-
or  tl.-. .    id  pot  follow the  ford  and   ^aturdav nig-_t th--re will be a grand'couver  lacrosse    team,   attended   th
,iro\�� ".'   water.      The  latter electric_           ���*  *K-  '���Q-,i""' '������.'-
B
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Uaaajr<
RACING SEASON .-..RID
m Llli: ISI IMI mu,���
.     HU-^nir-g   Rsp.cll.   and  f'ood
It   Unlik��ly   Thn   Year.
. aoeaaai    ��� '    op m< m  in
a     ..ick vallej i-  thai as the r;
���i-i-S   rnpidlj     ii' ���    and  a   largi
��� ;    watt r    i- ���    lawn
��� r,   will   be  no  dan.   9   this   fan*  of
.���rim-     high     water.       The   warm
IIUI IV.IOliS TO
ii..��;'IKIif KAILHA.
Spon Bl  K.ng*   _       Bf   Attract
',    D��fS   rro'T-.   Auju��t   '���'���:
��� r -i-   Club   Hout'
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Wou.rt   L ' ��
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Lulu  I.
btdng    apparen-h   exti rn In
Th,.   fralt   crop     will   al-.
-ivy In the valley, quite a num
iir ,idy 'mn' .   .   . fl
Ii  for- The other <*
> a ��� i     .    Bti   spring   .! ���
Ise    and Chilliwack
TEMPERANCE ADVOCATES
PREPARE FOR .ONFERNCE
! 	
Many   Delegates  From This City  Will
Attend   Big  Mestmg  in  Vancouver   la   Two   Weeks.
Most ��� -   ���      '.i-in- is  done  u   the
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with
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. ��� iii. faaalhte, and
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, ��� ,   lies a   the
ii idem I.- travel
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In  Um   'i ���
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...ui i,. snapl ij
in, n   in .��t i>   i
iki   ibeti  hom. I.  in
irounding dl*.
,  .     i   !.il in lit;   pop
steadlh  Inereaslng
...   ni th.. I   a  N
��� .nut to become
i rl bating centra  tw
II   .md   c'tilral   lMir
.nd   wlll   ���a-row    .���
��� ite ��.   .    .
���    nnd   p i' ���
:      ��� -
��i at oaci   Tl ���  ��� grand
��� *             - ��� ��� ���   ol .
clnl    Rev.   D
���   ���;..-��. ...    Of '
f*h�� track a bull!
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Ootl   ll.   ��h,i  bull'   '   ���    Ul S lO* ���!.>��� k
��� ittle
Seventj BtM   tl           ��� �� . 'pent
seem.-  ,. ��,   Ufcelj   a_ th, buggy  w_-  wl!, jn -  Wa2_ Qf   ,
right up    with    just  tne oovi ^^^s^^^^^a_B
shewing, and the horsa- had his bead
out c!   b* water and *a_  Baved   M.
Shepl.> rd's  ba��d>   waa  foand  a -nut alx
fewt from the   - ���--.���   wltik  B.
:.r>d)    *as   about    thirty   yards   as
and     d not finally sunk, ms ooa
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_   it.g < iiglr. in      .-nag.      Boti.
aim and ih.  ��un ar_ having I ..   ���     ,  , .    Jo DK       j baallws, _-j
��� f meltli..  U,    snow in tbe moun-   ,,   -_;     K._(,w_   ^   Bu|d.._   .^j'OVt,,
-., thai ther wil   ���������  ��� gndna   ,,���, Wi.n )iluj wllpn hv star.,.d uu! in
���,fr   "'   ��    ���    '     '    '���''        '.   ���   morning,    but  when    the  bodies
-.   ���!...   hot   da><   .-(   Ju-> ..    . ^_      .
'    ���;������   h-aw.   thl,  year ..    =lU(l   W,>K    foun<x  Qn   the[;i
looking In fine condlion. the _U)er mon..,   ,.., . ,:,,...-,,,,,.,  ,,..
appeared.
Tiki much pralae cannot l���   _..-
Mrs    llailaii..   w,-..    :.���  . BTOOMUI
. ���   .���!       aeigb or,  C   I    Dei - regul.it monthly meeting of the W. C.
 ���^������-1  hard I - T  U., held yesterday afternoon in ths
M��t wttb - .    .,    AvcniK.   MeUlodl,t   charcll,
.l.i.   evening   Mr    Shepherd,   aud   lb-
��� ol the unfortunate woman, ai �����* "��� Terence to the provincial con-
rived In ChilUwndt and yesterdaj  re- i ntion    winch   will be be;     .u jtiae
,1 to Bellingham with thi  bodies _iount    Pleasant   Methodist   church.
Pathetic  Ca��e. Vancouver,   on   Tuesday,   Wednesday
The deepeat sympathj  ��.,.- exp ��� uUd Thursday,   June   13.   16 and It.
ed on al] >id< - lot Hra   Bolden. who Eleven  delegates  will    go from tbis
w,,-   a;   a  strokr   robbed   ot   lu a   flu- (l;j   Including   Mr.-.    Jaiiie-.   Ciaiiif._-
band  aad  stater,  aad  (or  Mr   -hep- ham, the provincial corresponding ���'
*.-.'.. who   .-  ��� tl    wKh    thr.-,   small retary,  lira   Coverdale Watson."..v.i
I   la,  uu,.   hv-     years    oid.   and   the preaident   and   provincial  officer,  who
others twins  under  two  years       An ,iri, i^elegatei .>  v.nue of their   poal-
isai   was   beld   bj   Oorooai   ivny thxta, and also Mrs Dr. Hacking, Mrs.
Baturdaj     evening    in  the com-. Marshall  Sinclair, Mrs.  Maxwell and
li'i-.-.   luut   a   rsrdiei   of  deaili   trom \-ri    WilV,,:..     Cuuiiingham       The e
... .wiling   returned     all   attempt-   to wi|) be jn a.i a hundred delegaur in
-r up the cauae of accident being attjendanc.
unavailing uierland. n��
lgn;   mere   win   ue   a  6*�����..    i.ii.*: -a-       _��,���,    ���..._*..,_    ���
pageant,    and the festival   meeting and took part in the d.scu-
sions on ths schedule, no definite arrange!:.-n-       .-g     arrived   at.       Mr.
mes mad- a request that Bone-
Allen and Newsy' Lalonde, one
members of a team which repr-sented
Regina for almost two weks, be permitted to play with Vancouver again.
Westminster on June 12, a circumstance which would involve the suspension of the clan*,- deii ng wr.h th"
twenty-One   day   re-ridenc.-   of   play-i-r-.
(Continue.!  on  Page Three).
valley ��rto   ' this rem have thi
'    '
.     Sri. _U CONVENTION DELEGATES
KILL SOMBER HUNDKEDS
PICNIC COMMITTEE
COMMENCES WORK TODAY
First   Arrangements   for   Annual   C'
ren's   Excursion to   be   Made  at
MeeVng This Evening.
Clark.     Father   of   Chriitan
Endeavor- Movement   w.n G.ve
Addre*s  Tonight.
��-veni> ove "'��������**   --.-*    ���_,���!   Today     th'    Christian
������'"" '���" '     ' Union o( n  '    will i '    ��'
of the Isnd snd ��� i rythtoi �� ,       .,. B,   ^,,,i,, ,
�� '..��   .  -__  .w.   ���������a  ������.-.i.n-  on      i rendered  nounie
read n������   '������
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PRESENTATION  MfOE
TO   GIFTED   VOCALlbl
I     Hiss  I
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ro, ni. ������..-'  ���*��� ������ mon,h
, ..   .ork   wm
nun v.    reside
bj Um  vi-it ot Rev   l>.   . sr�� ol Boston   Ma.-.. rounder ol  ibi   novemeut,
,   ���.     pn -��� bi unn   ,    ������-���' ���   ���'���
the    World ���     CnriaUan     i-'-'1 ���"  ���
-inn  will inn
.,   ; a. o'etoek witn
vtoe      i oltowtng this ��ni ba -��:i iUl
dl,..      ��� K provltM ia! presidi n   K -
w   h   Ban iclouffh   u greeting from
... (1..    . ths uciing mayor, Aid. J.
'"--"I I ,   i     m.   a weloame for tha church
*        "���;    ][  TZ ..-laeni  of the lli.li.su-ia.
The   '.ir.-t   step   toward   holding   t  ���
anno_| citizens   picnic  will  be tai. n
lhi_   evenint:   when   a   Hireling   of   all
Interested  la  Uie    ��� xcursion  will  tw
lleld  in  the  board  of  trade  room, the
chair   being   taken   Bt   -ight   O'clock.
a ounarea ueifi.-i,-.-  iu   While it is uot likeh  the destlnauoa
Mv   Roblnaon, of 'juin-   of th- picnickers ibi-, year will be sel-
-. _,_��  Miss  Ada  Murcilt..  WllllUed   Bl    this   meeting,   the   Ja:-   wlll
be th- speaker of the convention, and | most proba*ly be decided upon, and
��iii lectun ou Wednesday aiu, Thurs-'.. committee named to arraaga details
day uiglr.s. on the ttrst evenire '---ing in connection with the trip.
.is bei subject, "The Lordsh p of the | Tha' first cltisens* picnic was held
Uppei Air." and on the secnj. "Par-lthree years ago. when a visit wan
tj   versus Principle.' 'paid t.< Nanaimo.   Tin   following year
j   Taesdaj   evening win Ik- ta'il'ri np  Bellini  am  waa  the objective  point,
with   the   welcoming of  the  del.-gut- S  and  last  year Victoria was  the  place
by thi   Vancouver societies and t:   lr i select, d.      On each occasion  ths ���*
Once Aga.n replies of ths dsfoffatos,     The mom- lonrskm has been wel] patroelsed.
ing and Bftamooa sessions will be oe- This year an effort will be made to
copied w ith business, wnich will in-j visit Seattle, providing tht directors
elude ihe reports of the superliueii- 4l |lv .\. J .' __.it- will Ik- willing to
dents at    th.. forty    different depart- i postpone Westminster Day from June
  in, ins of the union on 'he work done   u  to the end of July       Should  this
by the thlrty-als local soetetlea in tha be arranged,   hundreds of   Wsstotin
Ma>   Jl.���Alilio.iu.! lie   province        Ther,. will  besid-s he  the   slerlies would avail themstlv.-s of the
LAURIER ACCEDES TO
REQUEST OF COLLEAGUES
Veteran     Premier    Will
Lead L.beraii on to Victory
An��ious  to   Rengn.
ihe  ����B is practically
mBi  i,i,,id�� u she bss   -'   .,.,���,,������    Th,- repl)  toi  the del
,,.   ,o  MBl*   ...  -ws.- .      J1,,, w niadv ���, K   A   cielai.d.
inu��ii'.n   laii'in"*. irs��*. .
tpwoni,  Lasps,  Meeting.
Wf/ ������' Mini   of   tn
Ct Bpworth   o agtte, \^vU. th     _
k,.,. ��� election of Erneetjohnatoa. A^nea street _
i. in vt��- confirmed. !..���i���v_i��i.. time  was  apm1
It,
���i-h.
���
the
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Christian  ���*���"   ths ,-v..|>,-: t;-<>rge
Hun
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����loa,  which   mi-US  here'Ji;;.    fholr      l'^,l'':.;V!  '/::',',;"   SPOKANE MAN WINS RACE
....ling today, wer,. alsoL beautiful hand aatchsi aa a gi ���      ��� _-.-r-
���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^ acceptable   sini-a'"
             ,    Ottawa, tint , Maj  _l.-Alili-> >U.i ��- '�� �� '                '    Z ,���_ ,���,. Mmi$t ..^uislon. as tne                  .
_.. laatoclailon   Rev. A   de B. Owen, and hM , ^gin, deeli    to wlthdras von. Pj��n iy    \*x��,���n of  tlu. kx-h. elosed    on  attaao*     Day        No  ar
During  Bvr|?Moci.       -^  ^   w���H,���llIWl,   c   , ,  field of political activity   -. > $Z���*��laf, In which tb. organ, rangeuenta have bsen Mda lor fcu*
^   -���   '   "   si.   Wilfrid   UuHsi   ie  said  to    ;- W��n v          .           ^^  ,nU,n.M i>t,iisli,t) of ,lusln���HS on .,!lne 14.
,:;;;���;. Ug-u'.u, *+����*... m* >-1 "��������"
Ther, is no secret ehooj the pre- -. ���~
SWJ^WS   WELL KNOWN MERCHANT
clBMd loday,    h.    told    *.-    cabinet
mi.Iulv,s ol   ihal desire.  His *^;\   	
_,,,t.<s     When  tha    part,    leaders | aoon aa possible by_W. Hunter. -
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in.,.l,    111
SSS.,^!ttb,0-"ir   ��n����cal l��"n��' IXdenT'of^l^Woara B union in
BE 5dd����o-  b�� beenol Pja"      ; ;������,���      An  nddrw-    Chrtattan
i.n.,- to tb- choli during ihe uw   \ BroUiera m Other Unda.
��      s   ,,-n m e-ane. ����d bj  be   | " , \,,rk. wUl then b. liven
m ,.   Vx.. ii ni  �����*�� baa ������*��� htr   ^legate, win ba i--"' to th*"
giiig ...u,l, _ppr_*jwd. .,,.,,���,, from all over Uie province
I   on Prtday the maintoeiaol " ���'       , m> alons being eapeoted from Van
gu*��t��   of    Mrs   U'"u",i!!jLei   snd thras epedel eara havt
������n a tnos   ;        ,iiartl.ml to convey this cont.n
WILL  LOCATE  HERE
on bahall of ����n'
to tills city.
O"*^ ���   In addition to ��>���>
ijfi, ' h   who is ���- ofllck
III
UIOhi
,'' Baundei
.Ml^H
iielillll.ie    -         ,    ,,,
io|u,��� ,���r     On Hands, n^t.*^
OF 2500 MILES WITH DEATH   ,
,T, ,- .the    irged  Che premier 'serval.ve   M 1-A .   to.   ths   W0CM   I
ll1'"S���J���""nsin^th.T^SAt   that   vision,  who .111 riH-ently  carried on
Amity   Lodge  Elects  Officers.
Officers of Amity lodge No. 27. 1. U.
O.   F.,  were  elected    at   the   regular
meeting    yesterday    evening,  the following   being   houor-d:       James   Ferguson,   noble     grand;   J.   It    Mciaeod,
vice  grand;   W.   C.   Coatbaiu,   record
ing  secretary;   J.   W.   Mac Donald,   financial    secretary;       Aleck     Adams,
uuier, -v.^"-��� treasurer;     Isaac    Hudson,  organist;
Blocan   di-   Robert   May,    team    captain.      Dele-
tvuneri    -net..,      .v������      -r .ml*
gates   to   tile   QraBd      1-a-dge   ��(   B.   t
glllt'S     'O    ."r    --"���-  ~ I _
which msets In Vancouver on -��uf-*^'
were elected, J   A. Johnston and J   W.
San
Antonio, Tex.,  May
li, i, ,-MlliniH'I H,        HiMI
ll ,   '     I Mlai Ann,., i>i  Mies
vn-    Le���   Hinlth   and
cK-of theeveet^^'oi t��U�� with d^-JS^^^o^red
- Libe
ini-i-. ol ib- voatry
iNingn gatlon i-iniini-il for a
utss to bid farewell to ons of
..-,. ...���, had
��� ;"���,;���.���;���;,;:��� ���i:,n woo iniiea, fwi* Hiag
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+ + + + + + + +\
+
ral   Meeting.
.tie    i-a-iii-Hloil
l.    ii iing ui the
"    Dally News block.
���   '., When   tl���,  ,.,111111111
��� oi ,'1' v'.i to devise meant
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r.-h.|,
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J ""iwtian,.
..in-    tin
will r,
Other
���will  uri
v'h i'��� "'" r,,P,"'i <>n vnriouH
club more
in various
mattsrs   oi
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friends ths ehweh sver nao- d
Peerea, rapreeen������ j"'^ M|M Ud
Ss oongregaOon��� J" - ,,,.,! .,, pearl-
delow with i >'��*      , ,��� evmencj
,: Spokane, Wash
fifteen minutes before his son. Krans.
died from injuries received Monday al
tj,e now Qunthsr building
;;i.-^ig-ntU���,   mlghl     injure     tho'.r  dry goo Is and boot. ��d shoe buamess 	
;,!,-.��� a  ;;���:���,M..fv,i-i..r. at the n��t ^Ctton^ ^.J^IlStJ? tea sold out bh  hold-' MacDonald being the two se.ecte,, ��o
jd.y goods, and boots and shoes, in JJ�� |# #������������������������ ������������*J
"mm.    ,, ^.
arrlve,l  her,,  today.'office for the present
,1,-lots     n in,   ,
hiitiilli'd knives uud  forks
with which ��h,
ii i.i
A Modern Meat Slicer.
__��!������ I_i_lii__  ___lna on t'oluinbla street.  Mr.   ^
v,81T1No r,:i^w _^v|��^ss--y!n:|:
Yesterday's Baaeball.
HaroW Moore, _H^te aecrataryat dkatsd
      Meat Slicer. ..''T   '.      �� ��� leld    1     financier who
(;(.OI.g,. Ada-.s has installed in up- Ij^'-^fffwSernSSal. trom I
l03atf.  automatic   moat  sMoer In  I"-- Is paying a viatw ..        	
ROChSSCer.   New    York.
retary    C.   11-   Stua. t I
��� ��� a a + a + + a a ��� a st. Pan'H c
��,       I id'low.  wl ����� \",, n k.'iv Pattern, the lessee* Mr Oa na* i st rot. fo ^aaj*.     hat Ms employ.-.' trade.  and    Secretary    C. H.
-SJ ��� i    ��.*   !l,:'",     ii   , evi being the W. A  WW�� ���� ^ ��� l\ \"'mUJI?1"   i X- on Thursday, bul wade, left .... tb. Owittatohk
.in verj  bv...<^ ^  �����ices. Hamilton.    The  machine,  whjnh oi; exported to h  _h      , lt,,.noon u> Mr. for tsWttie to sttend thso��el
,"'"      i   ,.|..v.'""""", "; .'.ish giniiHHl  in Rotterdam.  rtoHM^doea ^J^J^*!^," to ���t, her. on to, ol the  \   *   ��' ��� *** lo"f
l,r'        i aba  ��""K1  ''"f nleaaani .   work perrhcUy, and Is i wonderfu :stuu .-\N.ui��' V*" '���%..,,, Uahea to Kearv received an invitation f
i_*ti��iii_ ci"1"'1
Vancouver
Tacoma ,
Visit A. Y. P. Opening
Presideni   L*e.   ����   llle boavd of I
last night  ^
ofllciul open- ^
Mayor ; ^
rom tht
Bpokane	
Portland	
(Twelve innings i
Aberdeen
Seattle
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THK   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY, JUNE 1
.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man had gold do
thing of the value yo
illars to s_II at fifty cents and did not let the people t-n��-v anything about it, he would not sell any.      You  must teli  the  people what y��
u offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of ui have got into the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time i
wares.      Use the advertis ng columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of thr t -ret.
You must teli  the  people what y��u have to sell, why they should   purchase    fri
n business everyone mu��t of necessity know all  ,,:    ,,.  U|
you,   and
WHY REMAIN BINOLE?���We can
find a congenial life companion for
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. West-
ern Development league, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
TOR SALE���PIANO, ALMOST Ni'-w
Will sill for bargain as panes ����>
ing east. Address P.O. Hox 7":. Cm.
RING   I
. mai i
P    UO    Ft ill
turnout.     Th
HACKS   AMI
F.iMiinii   Sta
WANTED.
WANTED���GIRL   TO    WORK     AT
the Royal City Laundry
FOTl SALE���FIVE FULL"?  PAID l'P
shares in the Vulcan Iron VVOrkB,
New Westminster. Will take $490
cash.     Apply .). P., this office.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
!C.   EAMBER.     ACOUNTANT     AND
WANTED���TENDERS   FOR  OLEAR       Auditor,   Notary    Public     Ctmve*
tag lots on Sixth street.     Apply H
this office
WANTED���FIRST    CLASS     SALES
man for best paying specialty line
aneer. Room 11, Guichon      >> ���
Westminster.     P 0, Box ','���>'.,
N. w
on
the market *125 to $300 per
month above expenses, Lyon-Taylor Co., Winnipeg, Manitoba.
WANTED���GIRL TO ASSIST HOUSE
work. Apply Mrs. Dorer between
7 and 8 p.m. Corn, r Ash Street and
Fourth  Avenue.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited,  Front street,    New   W<  '
minster     Manufactun ra ol mod.  o
Baa   an l    shingle    null  machinery,
Mill  planta and  specifications  nn
1 and.
MONUMENTAL   WORKS.
I!, i*. MONUMENTAL WORK8, JAU
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranu i I
Columbia street, New  Westminst
WHITE, SHILES 8  CO
[Real  Estate and  Insurance   I
Cltj. farm  and  suourban  pn   ��� ���"������
260 Columbia sm ,��� .
TO RENT Fl RNISHED- six   .OOM
modem  lions..,    fifth    aven  .- a- i
Vaacouvsr ear Une, .:
Tn   RENT    FOURTH
low Third    avenue,
cottage; n nt lm per
.i.v.       n
IS pei
BTREE.   i;!
��� room
month.
WOOD WO Kh
.-. .    i ii     Itl
ihowi sses,  mai ���
i ������ ligns  and  ���   '
Ti)   RENT    FIVE ROOM HOU-K U
Prince a str.-et ;rent Js per I
WANTED���TO RENT. A MODERN
housg with one acre or more ground,
fruit trees, etc., near tram Une.
Will lease for one year, or m'gh'
buy if price and terms are right.
Give fu'.l particulars first letter. J-
W. McMahan, IB17 Park drive, Vancouver. B. C.
WANTED���HORSE IN EXCHANGE
on piano. Address P. O. Box Wi,
New Westminster.
WANTED���GOOD  DRIVING   HOKSK.
Apply to J. E. Co.dw.-tl, "The fair
Columbia Street.
W.  D. GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room  14.  Dominion  Trust  block.
EDWIN G.  W,  BAIT,  ARCHITECT
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 388
NURSERY.
THK FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES
Ltd.. Burna. > Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trei - phon.  141
THK     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331. P. O. Box 928.
WANTED���Girl to assist In housework. Apply 32tj Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
FOUND.
FANCY POULTRY. EGGS, ETC.
EGGS FOR HATCHING���8. C Brown
Leghorns: good layers; $2 per sitting of 13. Hans- Voglsang. poultry
expert, 936 Keefer street, Vancouver, B. C.
HENRY'S   NURSERIES   ���-   PACIFIC
Coast   :��� stfd Seeds,  tn-i       pi.ml
supplies,   etc.     8010    Wsstmtnster
road.   Vancouver,   and   branch   a
sery at South Vanoouver.
PAPER   HANGING   _   DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanlta-;
house painting, sals-miming, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,   New   Westminster
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE <_   EDMONDS   BARRIS
ters   and   solicitors.    Bla-hie   t.l<-
Oolumbla  Btreet.   New   W-stminst  ���
W   J   Whiteside, H   L. Ivdmonds.
TEN   '     v   '     FIVE
.. d   on    mile from
���   teres    i leered
iam      Price   $..
Bl BURBAN    HOME
McADAM  .. 'VMBI.V ST..
opposlt.   ��� ���  ������,    Bon lis;
phon.- m Real estate and Insurance, money to loan Call and BOS
OUT list of rlty. sui.urban nnd farm
propertj afore purchasing elsewhere.
FOUND���LADY'S GOLD CHAIN AND
cnarm. Owner can have same ""
paying coat of this advertisement.
apply News offlce.
FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
J.  I   MERRY  &  CO.,  PHONE  ASCI.
Corner  of   Blackle   and   Carnarvon
Have opened  a feed  and
Ing  stable for horses.    Horses
I -   aale        Reference   furnished.
WADE WHEALLER _  MoQUARRl-
(F. C   Wade, K. C, A   Wheailer. W,   FREEMAN      BUNT1NO,
Q    McQuarriei,     Solicitors,   Barn-       Qulchon  block       1'   0
tera, etc., 12 Lome street, opposite
courthouse,        New       Westminst. r,
(Phone U3I. and  the Vancouver of  |
ROOM
Box ' 'i
FISH   AND   GAME.
LOST.
LOST���IN 'HI NEAR THE POST OF-
fice. Purse containing sum 01
money, post offlce box key, etc.
Finder kindly communicate With U
P. O. Drawer 29, City, or to the
Daily News.
iSON  ft   AYLINO.  KISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc.     Begble -'���
;.   Wind-or Hotel.
FURNITURE.
bers, 4.*>s Hastings Btreel w�� t
! .
GEORGE K MARTIN BARKIS 1KR
and Solicitor. Gulchon block. Co
luml.ia    und    McKensls   Sts.,   New
Westminster,  B.  C.
W       MYERS    i.RAY.    BA&RISTEB
Solicitor and Notary Public    Cnrtla
Mock,   Clarkson   Street    ..;,;-...;-,    -iv
Court House,     p. t>. Box l'."i    Telephone 64.
, r.
lumbla street
officr,   I 0
Phon.   tl
SECOND HAND   STORE
WE   BUY   AND
and   all   kinds
hand  gi
Offloa,
BEI I.   FURNITURE
:  sea  ���"���!  i cond
A   B| ���"'.   i.'-ar Irani
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SIX-ROOM HOL'SK, COR.
ner Elgin and Second streets      I
particulars    Apply    Jas.   Muir tl i I
221   Seventh  avenue.
W. K FALES. THE FUBNITI RE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
I'hone 17i), night call 81.
GROCERY.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS
0OOK8LET8       PIC Pl RE       POST
cards  are on   sale    .it   M    Me ���
Stationery Btore, .1   G   I. unon ��� ci
gar divan. F, Mackenzie's drug stor.
and "Th.- Fair,' Colombia sti at
T VLORS.
U.VIN LADIES IND MEN 8 Tailoring. \ :.��� w ;i; ������ of spring suiting J is- in      Button making, pi
inn an i ������   .    v      ii sii'h street
; ��� ne B.60.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO LET���ROOM AND BOARD.      AF-
ply  527 Carnarvon sireet.
'FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
eerie-, phone 3S6. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let In suites of two for light
housekeeping. All    steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, also one small one. Tertn-
reasonabie. Apply 287 Victoria
street.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N    DRAPER    B.   C.   LAND   SLIl
��� tvsyor.     Ellard block, New   Westminster, B. C.
LAUNDRY
ROVAL   CITY    LAUNDRY,     ROYAI.
Aven ii- and Blackle street. For
just one weak more we will wash
curtaiiia and blankets for 25c per
pair      Take advantage of this.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of Job printing; bes( sork,
reasonable prices: Phone 55, P O
bog   U2      nld  Dally  News  ��� look,
Sixth  stree-..
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    <_    I   _F_t
Tickets, 21 ini'iils for $1 Home
cooking. All white cooks; no oriental labor employed Open daj and
night.      Opposite train  Office
ROYAL CAKE i Mrs Ar< h" propria
tress). Four courses, conshling of
soup,   flsh,   boiled   entree   or   roast,
pudding'or pie,  tea, coffee or milk.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA Hoi BE,
i.om.- street, W N Carty, manager
Special attractions provider! dm I ,:
the naaon Advance ticket office,
Ryall'i Drug Store
|CRY8TAL   THEATRE,   7...'   COLI M-
ii    street        Flros-olass    moving
pictures;  lllustratsd -".nni-    numer
..us attractione      Program changed
Monda.   Wedneedaj an i Fridaj
THE EDISON THEATRE   CORNER
Columbia   and    Kluhth.       Illf-h-ela-ia
moving picture .   llluatrated uon*"
Program  changed   Monday,   WedBM
dav an.l Friday
���
r line     P
i   iii i��-.i. ���
Corner   Eleventh
.   .. \ v',i   rn..n.
HALE BR08. _ CO., LTD., REAI   I s
tate ami Insurance   __ ���
Colum! : 1   -lr.N t.   I'   I I   .|-.,w. r   1"
ABBOTT i HYDE, (V li ��' _BI
Propr etor) Res i I I .
ki ins, aotarii       , reyanc.
I :*< Columbia Btreei p  o   Box    ���
Phon.-   I'.'l
SETTLERS' \S>'..'! .TION I IF B C,
- P. B. Brown, manager, P 0 loi
556,  phono  334.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
i) i. y     win Y LODGE  NO  -���
_   in.-, ting ol thl    lodgi
.,. -   . .    ha     Colum
���!        M  nd.is   evening
v i I .
v,   c  .  atham  rs
RO.
11
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I'M
ii...s  oar iin-
��� room  bo u i
THREE v��MS
all  .: .1.. i  ai     ... oom
table. < bli w>-u tion ������   wood
'.    sight  mlnntes from city <-ar
line;   good   w-.-ll.   fruR  trees.   Jli   ������.
half cash
i;  OF    COLI MBI .   i.1 'DOE   NO
>, Sons of   1 i    ii   s
I.       . I   and
..., | of ea     month
f p. hall    -gi      sir-   '   .i-  *���
whit-     Ro ���   Degrei    I
.nil   same
v. ���       ,    ting    rei   -
,i     .  . t n      i ������
[.Disney,
..   U   v,     FRASER LODOE Nl I   I
Meetings I I   '
vi |lS I     I ''-"I
Lodgi   rooi     \  a  v  w  '..      Odd
fellow
COUR1   Hi-   SI  . !" f
-.;.   ���       .   - i     .       ,n   Uu
r.    block
nilll.RNAL ORDER  OF  EAUUBJ
\ ��� .   \    to   -Mei li ��� v. ry T li  _ t)
evenlni    .*  -    p m   m    tin   Kngi'ii
. .la itreel     \   Clark   *
I-.       ii   Bcbofieid  ssersi I
SONS OF >' OTLAND BENEFIT AS
fkiclali.n.   Lord   of   the   Isles    I
r.'i Meets on th,- first and third
Tm ..., if aver, month in K ��� t r
1. , ���    i-f   \\    S'un-Tiand
wiii  i , ��� | im
1   hi     ������ ;.
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TENDERS  WANTED
Mai
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iItm fur  Ibe w
It lies), <
v   .     P. N    .nl    C   I
^       also near thi   Ft .
thv Btreet end   trot
e ������ "-- U
Qusatli    aboul    <���
mon, tectoo and ���
1 . thl   .-ar;-.
l*rln��*<.a   Ena   on   Apr.
I in- lowest or ai    I i   ���-
sarily accepted
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING   i
CU8TOM       STENOGRAPH.       A.M)
iwriting;   ���������, ���    -*"rk   inisin-**
fice Is at No. 5, Royal  Bank Cha-n-       ,������_,_.       ,,
0   0   F    ROYAL    CITY    LODGE
No       Ma ta   la   OddfeUowi    hall,
Columbia Btreei   every Friday i ���������
Ins at   ��� \'i��iilri|:   bretbrvs
wlll   I i  ::::,.lr  ��   .. OOM   Q    I     <. 1
n   .; . '���   k Osborns, p Q   r*
Inx secretar.
OTH KU    FRATERNAL    BOCIETIES
l-n ;-.d.    r. ,.   - No    '-..   A
I"    .n!    .    M     Kins:  SolOU OO   i-
Na 11    \   F   and A M.; L. O. L
NO .11.     No    I."'.'-.   .
s,i; perton  Nc   ��������������� . I. O. t    ���   "
f    Court    W ���- tmlnster,
Broth, rhi   l    . Owls, Nssi   Ne   ���
lio ard    OF    '1 R IDE    NEW  WBB.
minster Board   f Tr i \. mat U   at
Hall,  �����*   fOl - *
Thr : ! .-.     of    ��� BCfa     tnnntri
ths      t n l ��� rl
Thn sd        ���.-��� s.jifmt
and '       it e p.m      annual
mei ilngi   on ���'.- thli i   I    irsday of
Februar]      '��� era   I
md elected i ntn
quarterly    meeting
-.'. 11    secretar.
LAND   ACT
Cono��   Ljnd   Ditlrir'
Ditlritt  ol  Qu.en  Chariots  v    .'
Taw,, notii i thai 0  B Is a
Vanoouver, occupation sheej  *
In'.'nd-   to api ly    (oi    pen
ir i��,. u...  (ollowlng    d< acri
CoOUneS4 lag   ai   a   ;  -st   ; I ���
Ihe  ��"��!   <*n.|  of   l/-��l��   Islafl
northerly, mf- mtber
terly   and   northerly,   I li
i '
om
ree moi
sd April 81
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Model Sign Wor
SIGN, SCENE   AND ORNASU*.
PAINTING
Old News Hlock, Sixth Sti
New Westminster.
Theo   P.  Yountj.   Prop
DEPARTMENT     OF     MILITIA     AND
DEFENCE.   OTTAWA
-S.-ali 1 lenders (In duplli aU | lor
ili<�� nppt) <if Coal and Foal Wood '���
quln-d tn ii'-.i- iii.- Military Buildings
at Victoria, Vanoouver and Ness Wesi
minsier. n c, for thi tea months
ending March II. MO win be ra
oeivsd "|i to Monday   Jons  ii   eeat,
EiSCb  tendsr Ih to b*  marked     I en.li-r
lor Fu. i.   an.i addressed to the So<v
ii-'ars   of   lbs   Militia   Council   ottuwa
Print".! forms ..f tendei soatmaing
full partlculai   ma)    ��� obtained from
Ue   Sei r.'i.ir |   of   tin-    Mill' a   CoUBCll,
Ottawa  oral the office ol the Dlatnci
Officei    Commanding,    Vietoris, "ho
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PEKKSYLVAMA SMITH) (IMI
BAKFF J.MHH..r,llr. [Mi
JOSEPH   MAYERS
BoCOSSiOf   tn
Mayer* a Pretton
Office,  Front   St., Foot of S ,'*���
P. O. Box 345. Phone lOfcj
' ''i'-t
IRON MINES OF CHINK HAVE
ORE NINETY PER CENT. PUHE
Sufficient   of   It,   English   Expert   Say*,
to Supply Entire World For Four
Centuries.
Amoy, ciiina. May ;;i There has
entered a period of renewed activity
hi the development of the A.wtow iron
mines,  located  fifty miles northweB.
of   TsuaatslU.     Work   on   ttii-s   viitei'-
priii,, has _*en Buspended for nhe peal
ten month- b_caii_e of tUe exorbitant
i-oyaliiex deiiuinded by Hie govern-
iiiout, from thirty to llfiy per cent.,
and a�� a result of the Japanese pro-
loni agalnut iht. employmeni ol other
than Japanese engineers. These dim-
oultiei now have been removed,
British or Ami-rlcan engineers arc to
be employed, and the payment <���! roy*
ai.i'-. lias been temporarily mi--
pended    They may be lai.-r Rsseaaed
ai  from five lo twenty per cent, of lhe
output
An old repori by an English -'xi-ori
says that the magnetic Iron or�� at
Ihei    mines  'a  ninety  |M>r Cant,  pure,
and sufficient to supply the wo"ld for
four oentories. Th. Awtow dlatnci
in .ich in coal, i.-aii. limestone ind
Other minerals, and the dlstaacs to
tidewater li only niiv miles,
BAB. IS SCORCHER Bl
-MOULDERING FIRE IN PIT
Children Fall on  Bed of Live  E'r.bers
���Three-year-old  Boy's Feet
Literally   Baked,
;
Kamloops, n. C , Maj 31. a rath i
distressing accldeni occurred at Pm I
lands a* a result of which the three
children of Geo, Cornish, the mill
fireman at the Arrow Lake.. Lumber
Co.'i mills wer,- seriously burned
Jaixim the fee) and le^s, and are now
suffering inii'iine pain.
There waa s lar^. bonfire In the
yard bach of the house when the debris waa being disposed of. The Bre
was deposited in a l>it and covered
With llgh| earth late thai night, and
nothing mon- waa thought of It,
Th,. following day the children were
Playing In the yard when the baby,
Ralph, aged '���', yeara, fell Into ths
pit, ati,) eame In contact with a l,. ii
of live embers still amoulderinK from
Hie nlgh| before. Milton ran to ib.-
;,: : mce of bis brother, &h did uIho
i'1        er BJsther,
't n some time before tha ffirse
children wit,, rescued froui lb... p;t.
The baby wa.. tlie moat SSrionsly
iburnrd .,r ti,e three, it�� little feel and
leits being baked on the live ooait
tor    everal  minutes, . F>tber, ��j.ed  8,
paoaoaoaoaoaooaoaoa: ++n+o oaoaoaoaoaoarx-ao/woaoaoa.-ao
Cheap Lots
NEAR   TENTH   STREET  AND FIFTH AVENUE. FULL SIZE
LOT.   $375.   GOOO   TERMS
SEVENTH   AVENUE AND  SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT ��4.0.
CORNER  SEVENTH AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   STREET.   $550.
REASONABLE  TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
��� T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
mon_y;;to   loan
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The Question   English Watchmaker
Where to bu) furniture cheap ** all
mi gopd,
Is Answered
by directing you to "ie stor.- v ere
yoii can nre thn lurn;ent xtock of WW
ami second hand nood, of al! kinds In
ihe city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
for  Mis, nearly new.
Come and ��"., how much mor.. you
can   g.t   for  your    money  hern   than
slsswhsra
I Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
was also badly burned aboir the f<'��-t
and logs, bm Milton, lined 6, escaped
with a few biiniK on one leg and alioui
one foot Dr. J. 8, Buirls was eallixl
and dressed the wounda and the In-
lured  children  ar(. doing  fairly   well
"Billy"  Not Going to Conference.
London,   May   31.���W.   _.   Miuiean,
Of the Toronto World, has Cabled the
secretary of the Imperial i'ress con-
feren<y. ibat ho Is not OOOllng to the
conference. TIiIm Is a great disappointment to his many friends here.
FRENCH   INVENTOR
HAS NEW WIRELESS
Paris, May :i j,,.,,, ttntiln, a workman ��t ih-* Toulon arsenal, has invent*- wlmt Im sal,i i,, |)(, a Vlutl\y |m.
proved wlrsleas apparatus which is
now being teated at tha direction ot
th�� minister of marine,  with  a   view
to its adoption in ib. hset 'Die or
iKinai apparatus was oonstruetsd m-
gSnlOUBly out of old cans, umbrelliiM
rllwi, dlacurdi-d li.,ni,.H anj T)irloUH
oilier articles which  Naiidln found to
bg within his read] and Bmall mean*.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
Gold Watchss for Ladles from I'
up
Silver    Walrhi-s,   |rrnt��'   OB''n
16.00.
Silver  Watchss,  K��-nls'    op*B
���7.50 up.
Agent     for     Wallhsm     nnd     B
watrhen.
Watch repairing a specially
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Gio.  Adams,  Cra4
Repairing of gun*, umbrellas m
writers,  and  Hitht  aiimrnatlc  m.icllj
cry and blryclea a aptrlalty
Alex. Sped
Oolumbla  at.      "Man on ths Wheel!
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone IS. Offlse, Eighth 8t.'
ESTABLISHED.
1891 ^MlM 1
TNCOW0B��TE0|
1905;, THE   DAIL.   .;i.ws.
. AfiK THRISh.
Mutton, Veal
killed,pressed and shipped from the
^"..ProymcesundeT.overnm-nt.
. government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   li y
Ilie Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
NEW
Ixmmer and Autumn  Goods
Lr Udi-��   and   Gentlemen
f   material    |
sag suite,����� ba
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Lacrosse Hub Names
Dates For Cup dames
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Big Music  House
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Will   Assist   Intermediates.
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sd waa not dei    Bd
Garrr��   in   Seattle.
It I    rei    probable thst s i.u'reuse
betwe n    Vancou rer and
N.-_  Westminster wl      ike |
. , is  rd the end
��� .   fir.', ol   .8    ���- I
rt of Delegati    I.
arl     -. ��� ;-:.��� :       ���    Bi
- md.iy       Tin- eXSi
��� -   havi-     \��� ,-n     left     with   1*T" I
nd   Mr    ln| ;"     I at  ol
.   Boat! ,    .Lhleti.  Club, to arranp.
.i ..   noi   favors ���--"'������  i '
ring the Bt   P   ���   Ma
��� \1-   Buckley, who i- in charge
Kaii
��� ���if    it    could bv shown
i   thi
������   ms    would draw  a
��� . -.   would ���'���   nc '
���   -   ms li
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j   POUND IN PORTUGAL
Vai ani*. Discovery Made
By British Mining Engi-
i-   r Interests Capitalists.
L- Parti, tls .  oi the
'il   ��� r . ���: Bg '
of n
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al the
in... .   .
'In. .,._.:
man A   British  mln ng  ��� ogii 11
ol of B se    learning that
the )���- ���   in the ricinit) at r
attd i ealth     .:..   ,.roper
tiei  to a                 tree
local ty and found tbat in on-- plac*;
tb*- red over a yellow <juai tit
ani i    with                        uranite
I,:.     hate   < on tai nli .   ovi     Bftj   pi i
c.-ir       ���     .   i   . .::.   Ol    ���
i' B '      erlj   .4 ,i o
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Qu ���     ��� tn   ��� ���-.
ol tu at mi nt, ougb
..,���'.-     to
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���
.    I loi ��� B     '..���..������ :.'
.,! ��� .-..  11..1U1 lode ' ���-.'��� -.. ng I
I  with a srldth of Bvi
at   the  surface  to twelve  feei   ai  a
di   ��� .   ol   Ofty   feet    The  lodei   a
tru,. ��� :     formed by volcanic
action
a syndicate of Bril *��!. capitalists, 1
��� ���   -     .'.a-i obtaii ���
:���      Iti     It Is hopi
be pn ' ������ '.' ra ll un  >���... soon    ���
reduced  'io pi ��� cent.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4
THEY WILL STAND
CLOSE ACQUAINTANCE
Eburne, B. C . Maj 20, 190 I
The   Brackman-Ker   Milling   ' '
Ltd:
Dear   Sirs,���Although   l   did
not at first relish the Uavor ��t
Caverhlll'a Barley Flakes, alter
_-  them  a  few   'im- -1  I  ac
quire,1 ���<_ great  liking tor them,
and can  now  sav. after several
)i  months' steady use. t.h.it for m..-
they    are    the    besl   Breakfast
l-'ii-id on the market; th. .  bave
B   ". ivor of which I do not tiro.
and are  very easily digested.
Yours truly,
MRS    I    L   SMITH
The above should be convincing evidence  cf their food value.
^ Ask your groc>r for a package. 15c.
e Your baker for 3 barley loaf.
j If you bake bread, ask for a   10-lb.   sack   of   Barley   Flour.    Made
5   by the same process as Barley Flakes',   a book  of recipes with  every
0   sack;   we   guarantee   this   flour.
t    THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
a
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ITALY WILL NUT VION KtLIUIUU. FRtEDOM
tmsammmmtmtmmmmamap^Bsa:
How nicely and easi'7 a Cake car. be ice-, trith
s
Cowan':
Calie Icin
Chocolate, PinK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE 1CI..GS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Recgmzes That   Liberty and   Reiigio--
Are   Coexistent���Ex priest
Manes Attack on Pope.
GERMANY   WILL   NOT   BUY
COUNT  ZEPPELIN'S  AIRSHIP
...    ,. .
Gasoline Engines
*" '>a.   C'leb-at'd
PA, .,.. R  BROS'
M ',.    ENGINES
���   .ijtF
> i'-k,/-���____->' ���
K\    a it-   -rrrJl _s
____Sw
\. Tl ll
Iron  Works
N   f*���lO, Proprietor.
]m^w\,   ���   m Wesimlnsli r
Railway Time Tables
B   C. E. R. WeUvir.s-.tr B'anch.
V. r��k  Dk)   SchtOuit.
.  .    ,-.,    -.;.      rei   '���     Kei   Wost
. - jud  S  W
.,:, II   ��� SBitei
un;.    11 M"
,   \. ��   A'ssUsla Iti '��� ' Van
,     . ... T .0 and
> ..... am . and ivsrj ball boar t_ere
Btl]   11 " ' . ni
Sjnday  Schedule
tn >.,.���   V..11.    ..v  'or Nl ���  Wsat
anil I w I ��� ��� ����*-
.rmn    bait   bow   tkersaftst   until
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
��� a-> Columbia Coast Lme
Serv ce.
IIME TABLE
VANCOL'.ER    VICTORIA    SEAITLE
ROUTE.
S - Vii to: 1.1   Ia'aveg   \ BO
���    to   Sea!
.   .       . loads.
s s   1 b 1 ..       - ">.   s anoottvsf   1
;. m    dal f I ; ������'
gg   l .. ...'���<- leaves  I an
com,- ���       tall    exoont  W.dn.-
d.i.   for '.
1. M.i.   I]     a   moth 11   in   tne
f di for th�� 1 9
sloi. ��� : religion* instil      :..- and coo-
was di '��� S ��� 1 on  S-iturda..
gT<- ���   majority,   ll   receiving oni;.   t'-
tav
��� Lstsr  ot   gi
anc. .      ��� ti  ���     lng in the c-am-
��� . -  ���        '     policy in coi
_���- corpora
sta* ily was noi
to) ���      France's 1 tai ;.    sad  i;.v   '
a   r-    - Bar ol    persecution,   bu-
��.    1 oonl tnue her pollc.    (treed
Sh- was growl
nf     ligiotu   Inst    tuons, whl
mder 1
I - . .-    Murrl   wim eras tor ierly a
it who wa
-.- \. ��� ��� iring against ;   v.- ��� 1 I
;��.��    made his ma        - ��� ���
It was decidedl. -tri
ii    admitted   the  11 . ss
������ counti
thi ���
���
the jK^r... who ��.is Incompetent    Bo-
���.'.. -   the |mi, .��� ��.i- [tai] - enemy,as
-j.i-.v to ��� d ol tam
ed     Bignoi   Mun I
. - -al   deputies  of  Clericalism     Ho
ttacked  the  government,  which   be
ed 1 ��� ���   '  oi old  men
who a*re undemocratic and un-c ��� ���.
.il      li.      -.������. 1   ���-������   ni-a;*<'sstt>    for
,v    belni   - bj   'he   young
���ten
Tin     ; ��� ���        1 Ited  more curiositj
in   an>robatk>n  excepi    rrom   the
intl-Ci, :u BlS
li-ri n    May   :.l.���Count   Zeppi 1 tn =
inflict with the War dejiariment has
; ���-'-n   the  sensation   of  the   last  i--w
In <_.rmany.     The oomroveray
- aii the earmarks of the old*.:
an igonlsm   which   lias   ptaraoed   the
.   :,   nventOr relentlessly until the
a' :.������ ���- ments of hi.�� airships last year
- enemiet their quietus.
The  military  authorities  hav^  not
::,ed to order any- more Z<;
Ikxms   for   the   present,  -out
laid  out   a   scheme of    airship
-.. throughout the country, con-
ed on such tinea as to Indicate
���h_* no Zeppelin* will be purchased In
rejected st vion-- are
te  only     the
.   .   and   non-n-'id   air-
. -,- ���--  in l Paa -��� ral types,
.1- are now in commise on in the
army.    The  stations   us  panned,  are
small to accommodate Zep-
-    -hip:-,   and   a ���      also
of s. ..     ���  shapi   ,v to make
i-  in possi      to shelter them.
A  CANADIAN   m&*
y/r  pacific 5|r
RAILWAY COMPANY
The sor-iilc transconunentai rai.way
equipped with through dining flrst-
; class sleepers and dning cars. Atlantic express leaves dai.y 3.2o p.m.;
Strain tor Seattle and other soutLern
points at 9:13 am.; train for Agassiz
a: 5:431 pjn Week end tickets sold
to local points at one fare for round
trip
ED. GOULET.
Agent.
C.   B.   FOSTER.
j    AssisMnt Ofneral  Pas��encer Ap<=nt,
Vancouver.
TIME TABLE.
* MADE IN CANADA*
S. S. Kerland
NO  LIQUOR AT WEDDINGS.
WESTMINSTER VICTORIA      ROUTE
S S     1 ���.,.!��� i   WW    <������''���<���   v ictoria  [Oi
Nee   \'. es rainst- . en rj Tuesday.
Leave!   N a   W - 1 on  f\ ��� l
nssilB]
WEST COAST ROUTE
S.S. Tees
���., >���     \',. toi in   11 tenth ol
i '1   ui-ii11)  Un   Qtuusln an I    waj
.   twentieth ol e_.ii month  l<
_l_, i.ii, Quatsino,  Ca,..- s       sad
��� 1
cm leave Nes Westmlai si lm Van
wittiM .. nv ����d every kaUiwei parts
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE.
Crystal Theater
T__ttIE0  ;'ICTURES  AND  ILLUS
TED   '    NGs    OF    THE    VERY
HIGHEST CLASS.
l_i?_lAM     CHANGED       MONDAV.
J����N "DA,    AND   FRIDAY.     SPE
t   MA t|NEE    EACH   0AY    2.30.
"-NINO   PERFORMANCE   7:30
^on���Children  5c,  adults    t0��
oar tl ''" ��� ���
O   .1    M.du.rr.e.   Loci   Man.gf-.   Nes��
Mrestw-lnslee,
Great   Northern  Hailway
j ?   s W   I  It am .  ar   MattlS 4 P ��>���
\,w   IS;\V   1 16 P m . ar Seattlu 10 pm
L,  \ w   ll u. .nn . ar Beattle Till
a in
,.,. Seattle I H ��� ��� ��� ��r  N     ," * r.
I,,    Scatth- tlM   P"1 ���   *-r   NNN '
J M ()MPTON, Manager
Edison Theatre
"'"���'"���'i    Pictures    snd    Illustrated
THE
Songs.
1 *TE8T HITS OF THE
SEASON.
���^      '   Changed     Monday,    \v e<��*
i,,r '.''        1 ridaj    Bpacla] matines
. ���"       ".1 children Baturdajre ��'
;, m
1,,   Bsattls llt-M p��"
a m
S W.
|.   ii.
M^E YOUR
APPEAL to the  public
I0UlJh lh�� columns of THE DAILY
NtWs    T
h�� Morning Paper.
Q   N, n .-Port Gulchon.
to,   ei  10 am.  ������ al * J�� ��
r���e. incl.y  KrH��y��:��5��m   ^
Krlday  st  IM rm.  ^^e.  m      -
.��t unlay at I a m
Uatai rort ci��n��- -   d ," ;nd
���*��<   6'�� Tr      Arrive, at Port
6:30 a.m   Saturday.      *rrl
(...-.hn. Cpm..Th��rsd.y��tl*rt
|T  PAYg TO ADVERTISE
B  A^l ^ N   E W  ���
THE       D A I L t
S.S. Joan,
\ BU! mm :    .   p in    dal        I I
.- adaj      l.ciM -���   Nana.mo .it   !
a
ALASKA  ROUTE,
pl Inc.   I     Ma>      leaves     \ an.��������� 11
m 1    i;. .m.i  17.
Else   There   Will   be   No   M.n.ster���An
Ultimatum.
Mu-.-itun.   Mich       May   ::i -  \-
��� ix ni the Holland-American churches
n this city, where ther,. is .1 large
.���opulatimi o( former Hollanders, it
mta announced by th,. minlat ra yes-
rdaj thai thej have made an Bgrea
ment noi to officiate at m>  wedding
inlesa a pledge s made thai thi re
will be no Hi,""' serri 1 eithei during
or aftei :ii ceretnonj The com Ini d
lu-iion of the ministers follows si \  rml
-r.imliils  which  had  K_,w'li  out  Ol   'li'
drinking al weddings here    t ,  mln-
ters tort her announced that men nf-
: listed ��i h clubs which a��rv<   '" ei
Bandaj   will  be oni  off rrom  tne
.-. h unless thi ��� cam el iheli mem
�� rahip,
j Pure
1 Lf_;
-3ST3!��.
MGPO^
THE KIND
THAT PLEASES
THE PEOPLE
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD
Toronto, Out.
CANADIAN    COLONY      IN    MEXICO.
NORTHERN  B   C.  ROUTE.
prtnoeaa Dsarrtcs leaves Vaneonvet
M,,i .'.' and June '.'.
princess    Maj    Isavea    Vanconver
||a_   IT and .7."
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE
B.8.Qnesa  City, or  S S.   Amur  leave
Vanoouver May 10, and .'tine 0
QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SERVICE.
Princeai   lU-atrlcv leaves  Vancouv
May t>, and -lime 2.
FRASER RIVER.
S.S.  Beaver.
From Mew Weatmlnater Monday,
Wednesday and 1-Iday al 8 am
From Chilliwack Tuesday. Thursday
and Saturday at 7 am.
For reservations and Intoiiiinuon
call Or address
EP.  OOUL-T.
Agent, N*w Ww-tmtnster-
C.  B.  FOSTKR,
Asst. Oen.  Pass   Agent. Vancouver
J. W.  TBOl'P,
General Supa-rlntend-.-nt Victoria.
Syndicate     Buys   1.500.000   Acres     for
10.000 Settlers  in  Guerrero.
Me���i.o City, May Sl.���V) C BOBd,
of Vanoouver, B. C-, is at the hss^l of
���a syndicate ol Canadians who are Arranging to establish a oolotiv of 10,-
W0 Canadians upon 1,600,000 BCtOS <".
land which they huw. purchased in
the State of OluetTero.
The Mexican p'vi-rtiinent has -.anted lhe .yndicaie a subvention of I'.'-.-
oot^.iXH) for Irrigation purposes, to be
jiaid wlun the land is rt .lainuM. The
owners of the land haw made l*'"0-
! vision for establishing a special steam-
'shlp service between Canada and the
port of Ziliaiitanejo
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell Hotel,
ll. T. Itoss, llurllngton; J. J. Iveliey.
Seattle; C B. Fowler, Seattle; M. C.
HfoLarg, Vancouver, G K. Hamwell
���and wife, Hammond; 0, 11. Kearns.
VUMOUver; J. M   Livingston, Toronto.
Windsor   Hotel.
\V   S   Andv-rson. Cloverdale;  O   H.
num k    und    wife.    Clayton;    Frank
Wen ver. Harrison I-ike Hatcher.':   C
P. Shannon. Henry Kerr, Vancouver.
*+++++++++++
This is the
Opportunity
Look over  Henry's  catalogue < >
and  make out jour ord-r for
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds <:
Trees, Plant*. Bee Supplies, etc.
No windy asenti to annoy you.
No damage fi-om fumigation. No
delays of customs.
i   YOU "PRESS THE  BUTTON," i j
WE DO THE REST.
HENRY'S:
ii Nurseries:
Offices, Greenhouses and 3 ��(_
houses, 3010 Westminster _.,.._
J   Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery, j
South Vancouver.
Leave Langley at sum a.m.; an ve
at Port Haney at _:1_ a.m.. arriv- _.t
McAdam landing at 8:30 a.m.; arrive ai Hammond at _: 40 am.; arrive
at Port Kells at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave New Westminster at 4:00 p.-
m.; arrive bt Port Kells at 5:Ju pm.;
arrive at Hammond at <J:uo p.m.; ar
rive at McAdants Landing at 6 1"> pm.;
arrive at Port Haney at 6:35 pm.; ar-
I rive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving   B.   A   K.   Wharf,  dad/  ex-
I cept Saturday
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the su-amer
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and way porta. Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to N.w
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, .eaves Westham l��._.ud
every week day morning, except Friday, at "a.m., and Ladner 7 45 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham Island 6 a.ni.
and Ladner at 6:45 a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 am.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
Efl__T
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see ��gggegggg��i
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this office,
whether you Intend to travel or W-O-
ng for your friends.
Sailing Prom Quebec.
Empress of Britain    May 21
Empress of  Ireland   June 4
For other dates and particular, apply to
E. COU LET.
C. P  R. Agent.
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THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 190,
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Daily News Clock, corner of McKenzie  and   Victoria  streets.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
TUESDAY. JUNE  1,  1909
IN THE MINER KEY.
ble time of the Dominion Legislator.
in   this  determined   way?      Was  lv
jwent to Ottawa and paid by the country   to   hatch   sensational   news   copj
tor tlie    Columbian?     Was be sen:
;hither to advertise this sams paper?
Was lie sent   to  parliament   to  bring
contempt   and  wil   renown   ui_n   the
Royal City?     o.  ua- he sent to Ottawa to advauci   the Interests of th
|constituency?     if the latter ws_
| purpose of his election as om- rep
is,-ninthe. then all  We can sa.   is t.
[he  lias  miserably  failed  to  fulfil
j trust  reposed  in  him
"GET THE HABIT"
For the Children
ited  Tin   Ung  ami   Plate
5c THE PAIR.
oa   Mugs,   5c   EACH.
We .poke yesterday    ol    thi
showing made by .1. 1). Taylor, M   P.,
in lh- House of Commons. His efforts have '.oen almost entirelj devoted to the incessant raisin- of the
Miner bogej. That this was not
wit hom a purpose is of course only
ioo evident. Bul that purpose was
not the noble an.l dutiful one ol s. rv-
ing the besi Interests of the electors
of N'.w Weatmlnater. Al] through li
has been apparent Cha! he was engaged, as the Hon. A B. Aylesworth
expressed It, in "providing matter for
i newspaper controversy," or in other
words, making new? copy for Ids "wn
sheet
Thus we find that notwithstanding
the fan of a full, and frank statement
of the whole circumstanc.-s ol the
Miner escape having been giv.-n by
the Minister of Justice on the Hth
and 17th of February, in reply to interpellations and assertions by J. D.
Taylor, the latter again brought the
matter up on March 2, with the reading of lengthy reiiorts from the Vancouver Province which, he Informi :
the House, was "an independent newspaper" of the "highest respectability.
W- may leave our readers to judg,- as
to thg value of this testimonial in
regard to the character of our Vancouver contem*K>rary. On this occasion Hon. Mr Aylesworth ->ointed out
that the reply made by him on February 17 had been telegraphed to the
newspapers in this provinc. and ap-
peared in the Columbian as a statement by the Minister that Chief Constable Mcintosh was the man who had
given evidence at the penitentiary inquiry before Inspector Dawson, whereas it was Instructor Mackenzie who
had been mentioned. As Mr. Aylesworth pointed out, The telegram in
every oiher newspaper read that the
person who gave this evidence was
Instructor Mackenzie, as I said, but
.by some misfortune, by some alteration let us suppose in the transmission of the telegram to this particular
newspaper offlce In British Columbia.
TUBERCULOSIS  FIGHTERS.
SPECIAL TODAY AT
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
W .  buy for cash and sell for the same
TWO CHEAP LOTS.
A cleared I i ' ������"���'���'    Tb.nl    and    i .,.
ready tor building.    V  '     T,'n"
_ __, , ,   ,, i-.Hini,   treei : ������   .7&0      Terras
A nice coi u- i loi < n ���   ���" "
THESE   ARE  T
LET   ME   SHOW   YOU   THEM
WO OF THE   NICEST     LOTS   IN     THE     WEST   END
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block, Columbia  street.
PHONE   169.
Permanent   and      Practical    Result   of
Recent   London   Confernce.
London.  Maj   31.���Aa a  permaneni
.and practical result ,.- the tubercJlosls
conference then- has  been  torm d  .i
British   league   against    tuberculosis,
the objects being to Instruct the i"> -
! lie in the dangers rt communlcahility
from animals  through  diseased  meal
and milk     Special efforts will  b<   di
| rected    to    an    active    P^pag inds
through educational and local go. ruing bodies    It Is antldpati i thai this
will  cr. av-  an   insis em   popular  i*1'
m..n.i   io;   further   legislative   powers
...     Iminlatratlvi   action   a '������- re   ni e
. s-.il'>.
QUALITY"
A Permanent Custome
COUNTY COURT CHAMBERS.
Yesterday    befuiv    -is    hOOr    Judge
Howay
Yorkshire Guarantee and Seem ties
Corporation va, Scott,    M   C. Md^arg
for D  O.  Marshal] mad   the applHMr
vion.      Order n:si  granted
Dunkey  vs   Brunette Saw  Mills Co. j
June  1"  ttxed   as  day of  trial     li    _
Martin supported application.
Ward vs. Steward.    Amplication by |
.1. R. Gran: for service ex juris    Or-
j der   for   service   bj    pu  llcatiOn   in   a
pa.   r In Salisbury, Rhodesia, and ser-
i vice on  nearest   British consul
Citizens' Annual Excursion
Notice.
A meeting will be held in th,- Bos d
j of Trade Rooms Tuesday evening,
: June l. at 8 o'cl    i   to commence the
j preparations for ;:,,. Citizens' Annual
Picnic Excursion.
D   L"   .VL-CKI-N/ll-
Secretary.
NOTICE.
Beginning Wednesday, Juno .. 1909,
the chann l under the south span of
. the draw   al    Lulu    Island
j briiif    Sew   Westminster,   win   be
close,     .  navigation  dudn_-  the eon
I strui'  n   ot the new  bridge       B ate
' can        the channel under the ������������
by some possible forging ol the tele-     INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT OO
gram    shalj  I  say    *    *    *    whether
or uot that message was Improved bj
som.   one,   influenced   by   motives   of
misguided   political   zeal,   however   it
was,   this   newspaper    published   the
tatemeni ihal the Minister of Juste,
w ua drivi-n to say that Mr. Chief Con-
stable Mcintosh  was  the person  who
ba i conveyed that information to th.
department.'-     Thereupon J. D. Taylor whimpered that dishonorable motives were being Imputed to him, and
proceeded to explain thai ihe messagi
appearing in  the  Columi ian   was CO]
��� i   from  the  News-Advertiser,   word
word.      But a_ the M-ulster point
4-4 out, then   waa no Indication thai
this message was so copied  and no
oi-edit was given to thi   enterprisi   ol
the oilier newspaper.
The en rgies ol thi i' ilumblan
w-re, however, displayed In ihe direction of working upon this manipulated
i.'i.'gram, and on the strength or this
.in interview with the ex-Deputj uar-
den Bourke was published with the
comment tha. "now the people oi
liritish Columbia can see whai rell-
im. vin be placed on tbe Information which the Minister "i Justld
receives lrom his subor linatea In re
gard to penitentiary matters in B.
C li was in ibi,. waj ih.. Taylorian
organ wns manufacturing Bensatlonal
copy. Tiu_ wna Ote kin i of thing
the proprietor ol thai organ was manipulating to keep th. Miner
lively and attractive.
whi, whai a crash thi   i sn en
��� '��� iv.   thai w.'i_ bulli up on the falsi
ti legiam mui the Bom  .  letters came
tumbling down  when the latter documents became the stHbjei i of a polici
court  enqujrj   is  coo well  known, i..-,   ^Ke
Deputy Warden Bourke bad to acmm^ITj
ble out of the mess Into whloh he had ;
got   himself by  an  apology  and  the
payment of costs and the Columbian
was obliged  to  follow   suit.       Yei   ten
days  prioi  io tli,. appearance of the
bumble apology In the Tory organ j
l>.   Taylor,   Its   proprletOi   and   editor
bad ihe audacity to make a statem ut
in the House which led the memberi
to believe thai no proceedings In regard to the Bourke letters had  been
taken against the Columlblan.
Thus throughout  tha session, week
alter  week,  up lo  wlihln  a few   hours ;
ol ihe prorogation of parliament, the
member   for New    Westminster was
airing the Min. r topic ad nan. -.'im.
11 would be idle to refer to these fr*
quern occasions ai any further length,
They are record.d In llaiiHiid, which
may be consulted bj iin.se who wish
to see th-in in chapter and verse.
li   s poiiineni to ask. was J. D, Taylor ii.ii. io Ottawa to warn, the vaiua-
IT'S THE MAN WHO COMES BACK WHO MAKE5 A BUSINESS YOU
CAN GET A CUSTOMER ONCE AND SELL HIM SOME SUPPOSED
"BARGAIN." BUT IF ML DOESN'T GET SATISFACTION THAT WILL BE
THE    LAST   YOU   WILL   SEE   OF   HiM
TWENTIETH CENTURY BRAND GIVES SATISFACTION. MEN HAVE
BEEN WEARING THIS BRAND FOR THE PAST FIVE YEARS AND
COME BACK AND ASK FOR TWENTIETH CENTURY CLOTHING WE
ARE SOLE AGENTS HERE FOR THIS BRAND IF WE CAN'T FIT YOU
V.'_   CAN    MEASURE   YOU    AND   GET   ONE   IN   THREE   WEEKS
The Wardrobe   Clothier
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Special  Shoe   Prices |
for this Week
__a.stcrbrook   Milling   Company.
hnuriic.    B,  C
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperii.
Hungarian  Jewel
I ermina
McQuarrie & Co.
60 pairs Men's Oxblood Blucher Ox
fords, regular $5.00 shoes, for $4.25.
60 pairg Men's $1.50 Velour Calf
Blucher  Cut   Oxfords  for  $3.50.
48 pairs Men'8 Oxblood Blucher
Lace Boots, regular $5.50 shoes, for
$4.25.
Men's Ring Fastened Velour Ox
fords,  regular $4.50, for $3.50.
Men's best $4.50 and $5.00 Tan Shoes
for $3.45.
Men's Vici Kid Blucher Lace Boots,
regular $4.50.  for $1.50.
W nan's Velour Calf Blucher Lace
Boot', our "Feminia" m.ikr rr'ju|ar
$5.50, for $2.95.
Wor. en's "Feminai" Patent Lr.iiher
Boots   $3.50 valur_ for $2.95.
Women's Patent Leather Dongol.is,
our $i r,0 shoes, for $2.75.
Women's "Fernini.r' . Oxblood Ox
fords, regular $3.50 shoes, for $275.
Women'a Fine Kid Blucher Cut
Lace Boo����, regular $3.00 and $3.��0,
for  $2 75.
Women's Tan Button Oxfords and
Two Button Low Shoes, regular $300
shoes, for $1.95.
$7.00 per brl.
$6.50   "      '���
$5.00   "      "
Pl OUH   nn PEED \n RCH \\ ; -
New   Westminster.
Telephone Ml
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Msnoi 8""**t
sr.M ii i
RATES :
Room   $1   p-r   day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50   per   day  up
r-oom   with   bath  $2-50 per   day   u,
Room with bath ani board $4 p*r   Is)
v     ii iida rooms, with bei an i
lis un bant, ions dlstanos
phone  'Qua meets all train* an I
CARLETON GILBERT   M
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR THE SHOES WE ARE SELLING AT THE ABOVE PRICES.
AFFORD TO MISS THI8 OPPORTUN ITY FOR CHEAP SHOES.
YOU CAN'T
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN B. C.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufactur.rs and Dmattrt in AU Kma    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doort,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
ss mm sn Mi��� ���
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster Tl)E50AV, JUNE 1, 1*0*.
YTHE daily news.
PAGE K1VK.
Opportunities
THIS WEEK
The values we offer th eek m our House Furnishing Section will eclipse all others wo have put forward this season. Coming just at the time when
housekeepers are looking for bright new furnishings
for the home, [his opportunity will mean a great
saving to the economical, and should not be neglected.
I   NIW   LOT
'    _ACE   CURTAINS
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'. AHlTE AND ECRU
VADRAS MU6LIN8.
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BEDSPREADS
IN   ALL   MAKES   AND   DESIGNS.
red Ibis vi   ia
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TABLE   NAPKINS
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WHITE   LINEN
TABLE   COVERS.
W . |S qil-.iv..   Ol  t!.i.-
- unpin    that  an.  sllgntl.
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YOn  . .  -,_,   oDir-cc   PR. VAIL        COTTONS   ARE   ADVANCING
'uu SHOUUO  BUY   NOW    WHILE   SUCH   LOW   PRICES   PREVAIL
-pRir , --.    rwTD��  cncriAi   OFFERS     WILL     LAST     FOR     THIS
R|( '      WILL BE  HIGHER-AND THESE  EXTRA SPECIAL  UF.mn--
WEEK  ONLY
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
ng wil] bi- held 'n
'",.   />    y   ball   thl    '������  n.ng at
' .    '   ah .. ��� a+usom-  "
gard. n at Tidy's.
������
I   j-   , save    today  tor
,n.  tak- part
ir. , ol   ii.-   I   O. O
F. if,     this week.
VV.        Jol .    ...:0 .'":      '   past
fi i  had   beei     ont.- '"-,   "'  ���"
grii .'    i    nos   well    a   bs *a.    Uj a
recovery.
l.i a ii  inwcrs sliar;.!-:.. i  aril set at
Gc... a. Bpecks, Trapp :,.- cb ������ I
.'ain<-s i . ... who   . ol.. a
rid.   ',n  a    agga*     ca    on  tbi   Great
No      ��� . v.-.r     w_->
Irr.,..   - jr  police . ou,"
>���-     ��� i He will .... ��� ids.
by  v n Oil '      ..������-..
A novel I
night, i-    .-,,. : .      on of .. c ���
dlaa    a - o comic
-��������� .     and    au I          tome  fuanj
Othei ooreltie   wil   be put
mi   bla week, ������
'I - .ri   of   ?;.r;ng   salmon   Is
��� ���   the rivt     '        aaon      Ail
the packing firn.-   ire  doing   i  good
ill .        ��� tb east In <old
tors .'it  no  larv   . .    r>
pori   :        \   d unl ���    itorgi   .-.  ar,-
also  '...-ing taught.
That    light,    d'-.if'.ous,    wholesome '
bn-ad  you bo much enjoyed at your ,
v ��� wa-   mad    -j..      Ei    In '
Hood   Flour. ������
The Invert        ne of tb   large boats ;
takir.s-   two   million     feet  ot     lur:..i-r
(roi;    ;;.,    ;-.���_.-���:   kiv-r   M;.-.  to Airs-;
traha. finished loading in-r cargo ia_t j
Brack, and was piloted down the river:
by Capi     Woo-t. r.   yestei iftern-i
J.--, trrlved, a carload Ol Kov.n,
Ho. I Flour Full assortm-_t of b.z~.. i
_4. 19, M, now In stock. Hale Bros.'
& Co   Ud. ������
Bt   ��� Krlla.  the young Austrian i
wh.. placed a tie -n trom of a tram \
neai .-.- relstofee, in order to stop it to I
g.-l .. fre^ ride, and when arrested. 8S-I
cap. : and was recaptured a', the l-ort '
<>(   ������ Sunia.-    baa   !,^en   et-ntenced |
to _ iwo-year term in the 13   C. P*nl-
; t.-n Provincial   Constable   Wil- j
ki*.  ��� 10k  him  tn  the  prison   to  S��
his     "t" yesterday.     The youn. i-
low   - but seventeen years of a-
A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE
OFFERING IN
Dining Room Furniture
Extension Tables, Roys    Oak   $9.00 up.
Sid_to-ir_s   $18.00 up.
Five  Dining    Chairs and  1     Armchair,
the s.., ����.50.
Parlor Suites, 5 piec��_. $27.00 up.
Parlor    Tables in    oak  ��r    mahogany.
$3 25 up.
Handsome  Music  C      '��ts    with  Mr-
ror.  $16.00.
Handsome couches   from $5.50 up.
Combination     Des>-    a -a    Book  Case,
$6 25.
Strong  Hat Rack, ten pins, 50c.
Camp   and   Lawn   Furniture;   Barrboo
Shades.
Our store  is fu     :'   bargains in  all
, lines.
THE   LEADING  FURNITURE  STORE
W.  E.  FALES
{m 10L8TERER   AND   UNDERTAKER      REPAIR   WORK   ATTENDED   TO
PROMPTLY.
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
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+
t+S******++++++++ + 4 ++++++++++++
. See the MASON & RISCH
PIANOS
on Display at <fThe Fair" Store
CHINA
Bric-a-brac of all  kinds���P.ckar_'S Painted China,
Some you see costs more, but none is any finer;
There is no finer made to please my china trade;
Designs are very fine and the goods are all high-grade.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Z   ._      SOLE AGENTS FOR PICKARD'S HAND-PAINTEO CHINA.
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t'rqji-n Bank   .uiWing
Th, r.   s ��� i larg   tun I odd
i   ���  .us     a: !    old     tiui--: -   who   w.r.
Bds < lames Beer, .it bis
��� rdaj     afternoon
service took pis ���   In tta I   0   0   P
ball, Oolumbla streel   Bei   W   H  Bar-
rn, lough    pa.-to:   o! - A ve
il   '.:..-. V     i _UI   '.       ind     Kev
B    M  ���     list ter al  Eburne. ���
onViating       Tl_-   Intern ���       was
(I'd     PeUowa'     . ���::.���:���:;. Th-
. u  rs were D   B   C Angus
'.: nn,    J   C    Armstrong,   J   Cam
-   vh. n   w   Bhiles and J   TutUe, ol
_   restoo      Han.    aautiful tlorai re-'
.������tan. . . were l;.id on thn coffin.
k. Specia   i   '-'.nig of Un LH> rals '"
,li.��ir.ct Is called to   _ \    I ������ -
.  evening at . p n  In *������ ���   U era!
rooms   Da j   n- ��������� -     -���* ���   m^'-
K :izie and  VI ' '    I      ','-
:..  second match In th,. city Inter-
Bs-dlate    lacrosse    league    wtll  takv
I lacs Thursday night ai Queen's i'1-*-"-
ai l  hereafter on ever,   other Thurs-
during the Bummer.     More Interest is -.in.; taken in tike league this
>e.ir, and th,- practioei an   better attended      A  representative    team of:
league will play for the cit.   In
amateur   senior   league of   the
, -wince, their first game against the
Vanoouver Mnpli   Leats taking  ���
n .nine 14.    The g-ua��s ol the Junior
i.across, league have all been ch     i I
i Tneadaj  night  to Tltnrsday, on
.mt of i! ��� baseball games on the
former evening Th,. first game  -
... team- srtll come ofi th i week
Moo.l>  i r- '���'    '���'-'���' "esi and Baat
.   arelves playing
Eastman^
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
t Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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ASK  YOUR GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR I
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED.
For  Wn.at.   Barley,   Oats,  Chops.   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts.   Hay,
etc., ask us.      We  wlll see that   you   get  it  promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA STREET. P. O. Drawer 100.
���THE (pMFORT^
of a Home/-
Agents
CURTIS'
I      DRUG   STORE:
NEW WESTMINSTER.
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 I will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMilA ST. PHONI fit
hi,
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Tiiti daily rws.
TUESDAY, JUNE  1, ijog
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APPLE LAND
Council Endorses
Waif/    On/y One _Big Show!        Proposed New Main
Circus Day, New Westminster, Friday   June 4.
SELLS-FLOTO
Circus-Menagerie-Hippodrome- Wild IVest
lOO-STARTLIN-, SUPERB. SENSATIONAL AND
STUPENDOUS SURPRISES-100 ��� ��� SO-CHAMPION AERIALISTS IN THE AIR AT ONE TIME ,
��� 20-CHAMPION ACROBATS PERFORMING f
tf ONCE���20 ��� ��� 10���CHAMPION
TRIANS10* *30-CL0WNS MAI-
FOOLS OF ONE ANOTHER AT THE
SAME TIME-SO ��� ��� 20���MARVELOUS ACTS AT ONE TIME���20
r..vv.
Srll,  "
flu.
��� RARE
WILD
BEASTS
FROM
EVERY
CLIME
SEE
THEM
WHILL -__..
vou   ___
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A 3ar._ of Sioux Warriors
by Specia] Permission of U
S.   Government���Illi_.tr
Indian Life-Horsemanihip-
D��ik tnjr- !i Native Cotturae-
Battle Scenes of WUd Wert
Fret Exhibition on
Show Lot on Am-
��f_  of  Ptrsde--10
Aces of  Waterproof
Tents-Come. Rttn or
Shine-2 Shows Dai','.-
Aftetnoon   snd Night,
DOUBLE HERO OF GIANT
PERFORMING ELEPHANTS
FREE   HORSE  SHOW
^., , CeafTCsa. Beasbfal-oa��T
VV HUE. OCOOtt 8.ECT-CS-
UA TttllMUT _ 8 WtCJU. MTE RVIUD Tt If
��CtlHH��t tN -U ItlLROIC* = = IEI *CW
also directing tli" tour of ARMOUR'S WORLD FAMOUS $25,000 DAPPLE
GRAY PRIZE WINNERS, tie greai _o_e    trotters    ever  known
and all of the beautiful trophies, med -.ns, etc.   will al.o l*> exhlb-
ited.
All the big acta of the circus �� The   Nelson   Family,   Hiding
Rooneys, Marie Me rs, Flora Bldenl  Gi     ro an<l Theo. Har-.ik Troii|.e, Rboda
Royal Menage Horses and hundreds ���������      ��� ���.--
Altogether 900 people employed double-length ears;  12 big water
tight tents; 500 animal*. 2u eiejfba) _> camels;  45���Funny, Frolicsome
Frisky Clowns���45;  Brand Net* Stree; Parade.     Two    miles    of brilliant,
dazzling pageantry,
TWO   GRAND   PERFORMANCES
open  one  hour  before  perforrrance.
See the enlarged zoo and hear ilii
AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.      Doors
Seils-Flov,  Military  Band.
Reserved seats orTsale Show Day at MacKenzie's
Pharmacy.
Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY  AT ONCE.
Fraser Valley Tannery,  Ltd.
(Continued from i ag.- l i
A   D   McRae, oi    ibe   Fraaer  BUyer
mills, baii not shown anj disposition
at tii^j present time to Join Lh_ city.
Aii tbe aldermen endorsed the
larger Scheme of a _iiin.ii mam to
the reservoir and 13 Inches lo the city
limits on Lulu island.
a discussion followed on tht merits
of vkiAnii-n \uisu_ stv 1 pipe, and ttltl-
matelj   a   committee  was   appointed
consisting  ol   Mayor  Keai>    A.-l  rn,. B
Ada!:..-.   Javiii..    .,:id   Smith,   to  COtlfei
.i committee  from  ::,    Richmond
council
Superintendent   Stoti   Bald   t!:,-  two
:i ,i.i.-   ir. m   th-    lak--,    ;   .   ���    i   nn< u
���   .  v acted   a    24-lDCh     niain.    would
giv>-  thvm  ample  WJUl r  to supply  ad-
Inlng   municipalities..
Street   Works,
The  oounu u  ado] ��� |  a  lengthy   ������
port from ti..   bOB   ; ol  * Anion,;
��� . Items passed a < .-.ring and
laying of sidewalk on i.i i north ol
Filth avenue betwe a Eighth aad
.Ninth street*; extending s.d. walks ��.u
Regina stro.i and Prim ss Btreei
rush on straets on Luiu
bl ad for 0 W Beach .md for j
Fryer;    tbat   th-   application of   t,
. I _Ti_ ��� brush on Ut
ond street between Sixth an I _Nfh
avei ics, should not t>- granted, as
���!,-:. sas no-, suti.islant settlemeaL
and that 9 .1 Tbompaoo ippl-catlon
should be laid over till tht coun...
Knd a.  :. th<   place
Accept  Dyke.
On the motion of alderman Henley,
a. (onde I bi Aid.-: man Adams thi
Lulu island d> k. was accepted trom
the er, c itoi - ol ths Bs en ��� ���
This followed CU) Engineei black-
man's upon at the previi u meeting
of the council    Aid   ll o il I ths
d. K.- s as nos  In I i i ondl   in
New   Registry   Office
James  ''    Ulen    asked    toi   itreel
..ii oorner ot ' lai nai ���- ���    U
and I.-   '..   street, for position ol nee
B ��� a. also p i mission i     i
:.-  matei Ial <ju thi    aid     i
,       .....    v isual
condltl'   r
No Purpose Disclosed.
.;���    .���.   Martin    tend      |
'������I  Qrsi  pa] mi n   ol $2940 on the following  propei tj  on   Lulu Isl in     rla.,
���I. ... 15, 16 l*. 19 and -'    G   l
I .7 a.  wl ii-i, be a lsb< d to pu
11, v.. ol  i bi ���   loi > ar. on
front, and before the 'ian '��� om-
pleted   be finance committee wl    re
poi v at  nothing was sta ��� d   -       i.
-oing to do with tbem, ao I
are reserved foi  Industrial pur-   as
Miscellaneous.
Louis W, Buckli y, din   ������      I i .'re-
monies, asked for co-op ra Ion li   ths
Dominion  Daj  sl  ths A   V   I'  ���
,ilon <.n  the pari  of  Canadian i ilea,
Mr    Buckley   v. hi   be   Infoi me I    bil
I July   1   li sv  aside to help ip. i     in
Vancouver,  and   unless  a  cbang,   i*
made  '"  "'    arangemenu  tbe   Wonu
mliist..  people wil]  bs unable      a*.
slst on that date.
The  mai ket cH D   E   M* K< _
/,i.    i eported    thai   I he    ree I       tot
April amounted to t '.o. 20
The municipal!!. ol B irnal ��� Ited
ii the council would bear hs | tha
oo i ol opening ip '!��� nth avsnui from
| Cumberland ro id along dlsl i U it,
j Buinaii>, i'.|- a distanc ..i abo .- 16
i-iiaiii: Referred to board ol norlu
;.i report.
The real i lati tax t>j las 1901 was
i.-ad a in i time
Westminster
Transfer Co.
t.fllre 'Phone 115.      Barn  'Phone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICS���TRAM DEPOT.
SPRING    LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Corner r.igku Bt an!   fifth Aveaaa
PHONE 17a
i     SOWELL A ODD?. Proprietors
CONDEMNS   SECRET   SOCIETIES.
Archbishop     Bruchesi      Makes     Some
Vigorous    Statements.
Montreal, Maj Jt,���Ons of the aen-
saiiona of the day Ih a severe denunciation ol the Roman Catholic Archbishop oi Montreal al Longue:], where
���his grace Is on a pastoral visit, of
tecrei tocietlei eucb -.,�� Free Masonry,
Knlgli:- of Pythias and Odd Fellows,
all or wfilch, he alleged, were the ,-n-
.inies r,i ib,. Roman Catholic church.
Mgr. Bruchesi denougged particujar
Ij thv Emancipation Lodge founded IB
Montr.-al    n   IMiS ;uid   iil-llai.-d   wiih
u- (Iran,i Orlenl of Old Prance    hih
grace bad w-,-n the oonstltntlon, and
hi.  was  alili-  to  Hiiy   that   the Objei I  of
the society was to coinhiii the church
and to d.-'hil-iiani/.,. tbe faithful,
JAPANESE   LABOR   UNREST
IS  SPREADING  IN   HAWAII
Honolulu, May 81,���An uni-'uilii m.'d
rumor ibai thi. great fliignr plantation
ainko bad extended beyond the Island of Hawaii was clrculaiiil today,
inn was generally fllscred ted, ai-
.iioui.il demandi have h<*.-n refcclved
from the Japaneae lahorerg of live
plantations ouiHid- of the preseni dis-
liir<bed illntrlct.
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News 50AV, JUNE 1, MOI
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE   SmVKN.
gasl'ROBIN EOOD^ttLFkmr that is Different-
i used in your
Don't put off i
Vou should start now.
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/onderful new flour.
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"ROBIN HOOD" flour is the flour that is making
a sensation in wesi.-.'  Canada.   All overthewest it
IMPI. ALLIANCE
DISCUSSED BY JAP
Bai LJriii Expresses Opin-
��� Tha-. England, U. S.
i    ' Japan Should Unite.
11      !,a.
iff ol  the
���' v -,-e of
Jap
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visit'n B
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not -,avi   talked exc.
and the
triple
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friend
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t in Ban Pram
the J - bo     .--Ud-
BetterPaint ForTburMoney
P int   that   trill   cover   better - W*.
-   an-1   las.  pearly   t-vice
Taint that will not
rcra   ' -if common sense guides
��� '   .k 17 years to perfect by
;- just ei me special ingredient.
Money's-worth paint that's the idea!
I in every can of M-L I'ure
Paints. Made in .0 colors for all
��� v u ers by Imperial Varnish
& Color Co.. Limited, of Toronto.
AnJt
lerson   t&   i__usby
Agents  f��r   New  Westminster  and   District.
&  Lustr
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Lime Juice
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AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE.
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talk.
ea aiMii
Th
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[uestion neighbors are
asking today is: "Aiv you using that new ROBIN
HOOD FLOUR?"
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
.MARCONI DECLARES
AIR WAVES HARMLESS
Statement That Wireless Telegraphy Causes Spread of
Disease is Refuted.
WE   ARE    READY   TO   SHOW
you how i* i- cheaper to ������'.' our
high-cias? builling material,
than i: Is to purchase the poorer kind. V,*. can point to
buildings buUt with our materials that n.ver need repairs.
We can point to some others
tha- need repairs ail the time.
But they were not built ot our
materials. See where real
ch-apness lies?
GILLEY  BROS, Ltd.
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Sunday  ter*. BS 1     '       ���:���>' be-
�����... ��� I "... a   tr,  nnd llpm.
Small Accounts
4, ;iu-_.. ones ar,' welcome���
| mil wait until JKMif biu-.i-a-s-
mad larg,' proportions t*tor����
..   nn   .. .t'linl
DO  SO   TODAY.
*-        -��       receive   every   SOartes.    in
sd to  ���-.-. and ttrer--
���       ������ beafctag w>- can not
TOTAl    -SSE.TS OVER   J��>-.00.000.00
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Ihe Royal Bank of tatoSa
U_>   ;a ���WUllam Harcoal
1 ha at   .in  latere*      |   Uuter   t.
U . . ���    a.'n n lerence to tn
��� v . -.'.-... -..   :v   .    ,.
pi.--   ilra.ii,;   with      certain   nox.   .
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. : ������    ��� ....-���..
ia.- : OOOI ll
Ni .' ��� ��� :.:     ll
;.       sn experii ��� evi
1.     e whatever In
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��� i    ,���: n--.;.-c  of  ��ir, ;. B.   tele-
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ling    ti.-ii.i.n- -
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oa\   - ; ��� ���*.      ��� ���    bad  to J'"^-:
��iht  bo  aim ���   ' ���������������    ,:  '   "'���' '���*'
for any injury of this origin, nor. so j
a. i ean ascertain, has an)  aach
.   hom sufft-rvl      Bpeaklng tor
..-- ll    1   may   remark   that   mj   own.
. ��. i   health   bas    never  been   betti
in  during the often extended  P*dr
;-   s ��� - d   l   bsTe   been   expos* d  for
-.any   boors dattj   to the contuuona
now challenged, .md In the oonatant
neighborhood of electrical discharges i
at out tranaatlaatk station--, which l
-Ueve are the most  powerful In  Use
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you have made up your mind to do aom* painting,
remember that is pays to use paint or varnish that will stand in
all weathers.
Elephant paint is made from the purest of oil and lead, and.
the colsrings in it are the very best that can be used and are
mixed by experts who thoroughly understand every branch of
the   pamt   business.
Our line of varnishes ami s ains incudes the follow ng: Jap-
a-lac. Baplac, Berry Bros. Hard Oi! and Varnishes, Standard
Varnishes, and Wilkinson, Heywcod 4 Clar-ke's famous English
line  of  varnishes,
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh  Pork   Sausages dally.
Best ot Farmer's  Perk.
Nev.  Weatmlnater, B   O. Branch.
F. B   L> B, Manager
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Special Bargain
Vm-quire   *>������_   I-nun! il     tatSt    *������
tini-h paper in either nf t��.. �� ssi aad
twe vnr-acv- sewtopss in match, r<-s
Mi��r pries I- no  -nai *'r*. - ' *
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Grand Trunk Ry-
	
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Excellent Trmw Serrke Betweei
Clicago, London,
Hamilton, Toroido,
Montrc I, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
' And sl' th'.1 (irincipal business esatsrs oi
iiMAKlo. QUEBBC and the MAK1-
r'ME PSOVXNCBS.
Ms. to BUFFALO, KBW luHK -no
PHILADELPHIA,  via hliaRara Falls-
reoni'i    -.inclusion  is  eape-
rosiins      Hv says:
1   uljlWllj  that   at   leas:   one  di"1)
. ��s:.ai> i si-in. to hav�� pressed Ou
i-t-ports to which 1 have alluded Into
iba  Bsrvtcs ol  a  furthei   theory  that
..,- ��.,\..    aa    usi'it In wlieteaaj
t. lopni;.h ma>  bs hariiifui not only to ,
���ii,. operators,    bet    t,. thm world   >t
large      ThU luggeation is i ear.   ���;��-
mlllai  on>' to me, hut hitherto, I con- j
teas, it I-..i~ reached me onlj  thieegti
'the letteri ol the Insans persona who |
orcaslonally (MdSSs  ,u,,  *',>a  *��'l'ue*1'
-.ons  mui  thr eat i  in respect  to th-
tiirturrs wtiii'h tin'y laagiae me i i ba
coattnuallj    and with   mattw afore
thoaghl   ttifllrtlnK   upon   them   b)    t_T��
-.,-,   nl  wlreleea MagreB_9
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone',192 NcMENOIT _ ANDERSON       Columbia SL
via
For Timn Tables. ?tc
address
���F-LLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in or-
chard, between Pine and lnirci
streets* facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash,, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & to.,
Front Street.
GEO. W. VA-X.
\K.-sunt l',en'l rassenRvr and Ticket ]
Agent, 1H6 Adams St.. Chirsgo. Ill
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Psul to
Chicago. "Short Line," Omaha ���*
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansss City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad la the world that eQ��al In
equipment that of tbe Chicago, Milwaukee t St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate tbelr own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
dive their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. 3. ROWS. General Agent.
.34 Third BL. eor. Alder *r_--��. Or.
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PRINTING
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
Us means a satisfied customs:.
OUR -UIK SATISFIES
OUR PUCES ARE IIGBT
* Rated on work of any description or quantity quoted
on appllcatloa.
Jackson X Morrison $
7 snd 11 SIXTH BT.
New Westmlnstsr. Phsns 1
4HIIII IM'IHIIM.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HI      DAILY NEW
Weetm'nste. s Nome Paper.
���ynopsis    of    Cansamw    Nsrth-Wsst
Homesteao  Regulations.
Any even numset-ii section of Do
minion lands in Manitoba, Sa__atc_
ewan and Alberta, eat. pil-g 8 and St,
not reserv.-!. may b. iiuuu-s-.e-.ded ti)
any person who is t_e sole bead ot a
family, or any male over IS years o:
age, to the extent ot one-quarter sec
���j* j Uon of 160 acres, uaore or 'Has.
Application   for   entry     anuat     oe
J, j made  in person by  the applicant at
4> i s Dominion Lands Agency    or   sub
agency tor the district ln which tbe
iand Is situate.   Kntry _y prosy may,
However,  be made at  an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister ol
jan intending homesteader.
Tbe homesteader Is rejulred to per
form the homestead dutlea under one
at the following pleas-
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation ot the land In
each year for three years.
(21 A toiuesteader may, it he so,
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv bim. not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, la
the vicinity of bis homestead. Joint
ownership In Isnd wlll not meet this
requirement
(3) It the father (or motner, If the
father la deceased) of a homesteader
has permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
t>-an eighty (80) acres ln extent. In
Ue vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
tn the vicinity, such homesteader m_er
perform his own r.sldeoee dutlaa by
living with the tather (ee mother).
(4) Tne term "vicinity'' In the two
preceding paragraphs is defined aa
meaning not more than rlne miles In
B direct line, exclusive of the width
ot road allowances crossed In the
measurement.
(5) A homesteadei Intending to
perform his residence duties In sc
cordance with the ii'iove while living
with parsnhj P�� <>n farniln-. land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
he Riven to the Commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W   W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of th. Interior.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THI      DAILY,      NEWB
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^trf1: PAGE EIGHT.
THE   DAILT. NEWS.
TUESDAY,jUNE ,
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Flour!
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WE SELL THE FAMOUS
| PALMER HAMMOCKS
:
���
��� THEY  ARE STRONG. COM- *
JJ   FORTABLE AND DURA-    ?
BLE,
��������������<
:   Baseball.
      OUR   PRICES   ARE   FROM        J
!���
u"**_s____
$2.50 to $6.00   :
���������������������eeeeeeeeeeeee��ee����t
i wning the Cm,.. .���. ,   y0
l.i.,.        will meet in a scheduled <h.
leagu ball match.     To dati   th.
not won a game, althous
..  been playing mod ball  _��,
���thi... , ,ening*a   game   thej   expect   to
iuple of change, [g mL...
v . ! ..,    I.!"-nils  will  luw- in
'   es    v..l   Ifl   Maim,        *���    .
���     vlttl       tl.   like.,   p.',,',..
-.   v   .      win  be Howard   David
.   ��� unningham,   McTavlsh,   Wllkie,
Robertson,     Corbet!      uiui
��� .' i ���
i.i. ��� mis'  team wil]  be Camp
. ,  .'v i..-man. U, ; Fltsgeraid, ss
Welsh, c .   Mills.   3b .   Brennen,   ol
; i    la    If.; Mannering, rf.; sa>, ���   ,
Now is your timeI! Anderson & Lusby
to buy your Flour t
cheaper than any
place in town.
COLUMBIA STREET.
We have received
within the last ten
days five carloads,
consisting of
Lake of the Woods
Three Roses
Royal Household
Raymond's Alberta
Purity
Straight Grade
Call and compare
ouf prices. We
have the stock, and
we are going to
sell it.
Lacrosse Sticks
McBREARTY'S 1909,
LALLY'S 1909.
CROQUET SETS, $2.00 UP.
BASEBALL GOODS. ETC.
ALL NEW GOODS.
AT
MOREY'S
665 Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
jl    BOWLING |
Th.- Weatmlnater teams wei third
an.I   livh   m   ;ln-ir  tivr-man   losITI  COU
il tbe Western Bowling Oong ���
ai Seattle, Weatmlnater making 1403
and    w\   i    K-'tr.  Ltd.    J180. Tbe
rl the local men were;
WESTMINSTER.
1 &
C   i    Latham i;_   nt im
ii   w  Oilchrlai   171    171 141
W, Silver     i ; I    its 151
W. 8   Muia hi         IJ7    lT'i 140
IP. c Willette 208    iti. Ul
Totals     --ll    808 tm
T-.iui average, 1408.
W   .1   K1.RR. LTD.
1          8. .     i
K   K. Johndro l��n    143 ill
IJ. Smith    . ..123    ISO Nl
IR   K.  M..nt.-lil,    13S    180 1 V
C. P. Latham 107   16 I 116
JR. R  Carver 106    iTl 167
Totals    ...678   607 <'.'j
Team  average,  1180
LOCAL NOTES.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
E'lard  Block,  New Westminster
Th.  customs returns for the montn
oi   M.i>,   r.'.i'.i.   w, r>     i v     . oil''  ��� I
111 76 I l:*. and other r ������'; ;    t
.,     tai  of  117.118 69
ovi    ��� ,   cores] anding  mon n of  la--.
}��� Bl     .-   18491 -a.
For  flr-t-cla.-as  cnl   Bowers   and   any
kind of Floral wort   telepboi.   Davie
Oreen] ouae   K.  ���
tuv FYuhllng dredge will leas w
day toi the mouth of the river, wner..
she will work on the sand beads, WM
enint: sn i .1- -> pen lng the entraaca '
thi  main channel     si:., bas bean Bed
[up ai  the government  wmtrr  having
her boilers i !��� an. d
Prank E Wheeler and Ulna Teai,
of Bnckli ���. Wash., were married on
Baturda*   ...   fu ���   W   ll   Bai i ac ougl
the Queen's Avenue Methodlai  par-
Isonage       Tb    bridal  couple   left   by
wa)    of    Vanoouver    for Bell Inj
w\ ���  .   v....   wit] n Bid-
SummerGoods
rypL't   jlll iLl    jlUnCj  Exactly  Hon.   ma .rial yon   want  for
suits mads to order.   Perfect fit guar-
��**" anteed.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK. |_|Cp    p|_||    ||\J/"~*
Merchant Tailor
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.     p �� Be* 634      New vve.tmm.ter
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
- V+Q+V+9+V+O+QQ+O+Q+0+0+0+ <>0*9*Q*Q*OK>OeOK>*0*0��0*0
Ladies' Blouses
in new and stylish designs, long or
short sleeves.     Prices to suit all
purses.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
> oeoeoeoeoec*cx>eoeo*oeoeo* 0+0+ o*o*oeo*oo*o*o��o*o��o*o
The pleasaut-si wa., :o spend Satur
day afternoon la to tai,,- ., river lrlP
to Bteveaton an I t,a<-k ti,. ..S
Transfer leaves iirackn.an-K r Wl ri
at - p.m every Saturday, returning
sam. Evening. Fan- ons dollar toe
Ithe round trip, *���������
I      . loatn :    piano    ri di i] ol
inn   rluti   wiii     -..    ;,.   |    n   the '���
I Princess ball, Bappi
da.   ' I    ii xt  -aw.-k.    when Anhui  .   -
Brown, dramatist   and    c.  M   I
man.   vv a     I ,  .,.   ,  ��� | -...    Dn .1
rei Ital is tii Ins bald In Sapp. a
thbj yeai ou ol regard toi thi number
!.f pupil, from that distrii'
\  thri ��� ���-::��� ���  comedy-drams ��m      I,
"The Drunkard's Reformation," ii    ��-
Ins    ."'.'��� ii a. the Crystal tonight   I   <���
i.i.' in-s itrv very rouli-tic an,] a.   |
sonf  Interested    In    th-   tempi i
question    should    bos   th'-m.       "Tha
Drunkard's EU formation'1 points ., ii.  r-
al   wiiii  greater effect than  tbe   sell-i
known  play  entitled   "Ten  Nigh      D
a Bui Room." "��� ;
i ���     i
...  vi iry   -.-vvi. toi j*   wil ��� up  i,'      -
city appeal    In "The CUh s of P     '��� .
Sound,   Tour   Hosts  tor  1909."    1 ill
la the booklei published bj   W<
it.- er, of  Seattle, In winch the i i'y !
.   . ��� .i  . 100 woi vi of space    Bi ������ a
n eeni   lllnstratloni  kppi si   wltl     lit
.   criptlve matter   Th.- bolder t�� ���'.;���
'tractive In it. le,  md ���- suffleWrtl
tv.  .in�� to be retained r.'Tlll.n,.���
'ih.. old V. w  &. v, fwighi
on iln- eatei  front, whi.-ii bave ti en
ih.  cause of -'i mu.-ii .orrespondence
betwi i-n the autbrirHtes and Ui    pn
eni owners, th. Ureal Nortn. rn Kui-
way, will be peHed down at uiv,
Buperintendebt O'Neill wiring y.a.t.-r-
iiay that a irang of men would commence *a''>rk 'oday.
Levh  Brothers, Toronto, wfTl ���_ nd  vno
frri-   B   cake   of   thi-ir   famous   Plant ol
toils!  'oap, il  you mention this taj^r.
eWk���!  	
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 814,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
N'l-wfoundiand, and ln Iy-ndon, Eng"
land, Ni'w York, Chicago and Bpokane,
I' s A., and Mexico CHy. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total   Assets  over $168,000,000.0..
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.    ���
Look This Up
Ten large lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
Summer
Underwea
Watson's Unshrinkable Underwear for women ;u .
children is the kind to be depended on. Every feature in the manufacture of perfect underwear en
ters into the production of the various garmenl
seiit out by this well-known Canadian firm. We an
sole agents for Watson's wool and cotton knit un
derwear, and we announce our complete summe:
showing of Cotton Knit Undervests, Drawers, Com
binations, Children's Nazareth Waists, Etc.
PERFECT   FITTING
COMFORTABLE  COMBINATIONS.
75c   EACH
:itiing   rointiin.
: ,.!.'��� I     .<r,      the   ni-����t
Mui. ..   ,   nn,-.
���      ��� i   even!)
v i I;. ar-.
* th low n<-ck. ��h<>rt eh
I--, ii fmol  Bei h 7.c to ��i..'j
GOOD   QUALITV
UNDERVESTS,
25c  to  7.c |
,.'���
If
Plm    km.    white   cot/ton nnder
��� ���   '     I rimmed   with  dalnt.   la<-.-
��� hi ���! Dnlahed with draw-uring
around neck with or ��.tboui
I leet ��� ���   .wi    ordinary    Btses and
d   if     Baob 2oc t0 /be
AN   UNUSUAL
VEILING  OFFER
Odds tnd >nd lengths of popular
-.. ill:.i iii nil color-., which hav
received Ui"*lr inarching onl.-in
They - done up in mniiii bundles will, length marked thereon, and tbe price redttotlona art
such ibai every veil length ami
bundle win ��o cpilckly, Note 'H'*
prrli -   and be among tha '|rHt ,0
h.-iv,-   .-1��� ir   pick   at     ��� > ���1!>c
PURE   LINEN
TABLE    NAPKINS.
IOC   EACH
Aaothei   i" di-/��� ii  !<>t    of    tl ���
 table :.u;ikli. -   i.   I
.- ������������...   : ;. -
���    ��� ��� ! . .     -Ier     n_><.r ���  I
. i* Id slngl.   oi   ;. ii".
lots      v., iix
PILLOW  SLIPS.
20c   EACH
\      , ������< l.i!     off!        :
���mi    aow n
i. ..   m        .  Brto
. uli.* in   I"    tad   ���-
Wtdtl '    -       ��� *-       I -���      I       ���
��� le-d^^^^K esch . .rvc
MATCHED
DINNER   SETS
.
natch    < ��� '
, ���   .- -.:        I-l ya
re border a
j. : .111
���       .  ���  i       nan
��� \ -,   :n n*:-  tin
35c   CORSET   COVERS
T*d trill cn a long w.i\  Mfors >���
un,i in i', i  ral us In ooraei ooi
iniuli-   of   llr;.-   WhltS   BalnSOOk   ami
English eaatbrio, dalatll] trimmed
��i ii lace and rowa of last tuon,
tiin i> d   wiiii  wasb  ribbon  drae
Hiring        All  ��lre-n    osfih ise
LADIES'
WASH  BELTS.
Tweiilvflv,-
populai
rarleiles   of
n.'ai    ��,i b
helm    in
plain   pui I'
embroldi rei
l    linen,
(an.          Mil
nam .��� U
Mi mini.
with ipi " ti
uiii,. p.    1
ailwr nr
glh   i,iii-i.|i
ami    "ml    ���
laap;   aU
. ,.-.         IOWI)
prlci .1          J
... i.
25c  to  /'->c
WOMEN'S
UMBRELLA   DRAWERS
of fine quality, clou,, knit cotton;
lacs trimmed, shaped waistband,
open or closed styles;  all slses;
psr pair 40c to ��10U
S. COLLISTER & CO.

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