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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NfcW   WESTMINSt tl<    B.  '.
4   NUMBER 140
OF TRADE MAY
APPEAL TO
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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WESTMINSTER. B. C. FRIDAY MORNING, J-Nfl 18,  l��W.
FIVE CKNTS PER COU
BIG LINERS 10 MAKE
REGULAR CALLS HIRE
Cana-iun-M'-xican Steamers
Great N��rthern   and Canadian Pacific   Railways Severely       W,,l (^n.eUp Fraser River
Cntici��ed at Last N.glit _   Meeting- Blue  Funnel             For Freight in Future.
Liners May Call at 1 Int Port. 	
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in  all   pro
Ni'* tmtnstei    ta    now reoog
|nizi-d  b) world  a.-  a regular port
of call I hips of tl."  Ca-
nad an.,. ii mm.
limn... lo this effect was con-
��� '-.���-! ' yj��.rd of trade hy Ed.
Ooule, . r.-,-*ji;ir monthly meeting of ���. -i'i; laat evening.
1   ha. elved notification," bald
I.'     "thai a   quantity   of   freight   has
been  toi >��� rded
YOUTHS ACCUSED
OF MANY THEfTS
COUNCIL SEEKS INQUIRY
INTO LOCAL PILOT'S
Alleged Perpetrators of Mi-
nor  Robberies   Must  An- C-ty Father* Defeat Proposal To Withdraw Guarantee of
BWer to Magistrate. Salary and Wil1 Request   Investigation    Hermon
  And   Burweil  Appointed   to  Report on
Two young fellows whom tbe city
polve believe hav.r been connected
with a num-er of thefts in tbe city
du; og th.- labt firw months, will make
an ippearance before th.- magistrate
till*  morning.
'1 ��� . a;._ an hv ��� :. .in ���'-.."��� I
aged   -1.  and  a  .In-
New Water Main From Coquitlam  Lake.
i.imnilit.-   ,���:      ���     - .   ,,-
,    tte
mill
I to tht
J    'A    v..v.
mutter   .,. ��..�����   u>��^^^^^^^^^^^b__
....... ���   ���   ���     ���-   crlUc oi
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M.
woi, ������ in   '-"urd  BOBBe   thoi
...ii.i��n>   t>e -_���_-��! UH-.1 r*   '"'".'".. -  sblch bad eome from Llver-poO
,   the nam-  route
, - ......
the tarns
The city  council   wa-   engaged   i.'��st.  oreek   wl>:-��,  some ot  whicu   were 311
evening in the d*t_-sion of th>- new inches, and oth.rs 24 Inehea in du__
���soluuon 'feter' ^""f^S  to the (-ruuiul
In response  to  the  mayor    who re-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ -ligiunent
mstter of the grounding of the Pun- encountered    Table  Bluff     and  Cap_
' is     Brqua aa   Fras--.   Mi:..-   on  Wed-  Horn,   Mr.   BurweU    though  a  betua
n*���iii r.ght-of-way  might    t*.  s-ecuruit.     but
Withdraw   Guarantee. he co^ DOt ���������*  poaltlvel;.   ul.  sur-
.,, veys had been made
  ���'"'���   man  A(U::i-  ������"'���*'���  K   '"*-���  l'  -v Variou.  Point.   Raised
has   been   maoe.       ine  ur.n  _r��   -*- ,of thi  council buslneBi io move a res       Ia  aili4W^r to Ald   Adau-*   th,- en-
lle\-.-<i to he implicate, in the r<j.!. rj   MUUon   'hat  ti.^   cit>   council  decline ginee_  ^y   that   whUe   V;wiatiou_  of
- "-    io   u-cept  further    re      .     Uitj   toi   ^.^. ,..,, Ii0t aflect ^ ,u.,pi    .j,^
unntee of the p ot's aalarj  U>  rrtlcallv i0 ,ong as they dW w,t nae
the   rras-r  river,  as  had .been  done    b h     hydraul^   gradl.   Une
some ^^^^^ ��
ntlty  of   frelgH,   W .fe6 SHrDRW* "I|~ ^"' aDf  ^ ," "t *    ti        T ^��5T"  r7   -     a.
 _._ to thu port for the'Ire occurring Saturday In a shock op oolUng for an ln*reetigatlon Intotne n*_riwd  that ^be present
ttoamahl!  .*,.. v.-., <-h win be here Du:. _ street led to the dlBoovory of      ���' -v- ���.��!������_*
lomorrov   ,    ���     to owing da.-.-   This a la -������ amouni of property alleged to
moons  that  N--*  W��*-minster Is now  ha.-.,   been  Stolen, and since then the
��� of call." police bore been tracing it up to the
Mr   Ooule.   further  stated   that   the owners.
Georgia ���*��� ild bare on board twenty     It   - *iatfd 'hat a partial confession
or tweotj Ove tons of f.-ii-ht for this  has   been   made.      The  m-n  are  '������
bavlng formed  port of tbe lieved to be Implicoted In the rofcber.   - ��� -.-      'r^v.r^i'.iiitv    _r
Bratal ' Bcioes the Tehoantepe,   of |.i   from    Oeorge    Brown, of th-  to  accept further    reapoualtrtUtj   -or
rallwa;-        H-   sUte-J     that   the   n��-.xt   ;���. \,     ,,-.   bat,._- shop.
���,-.-i_i-J    from   Uextoo     thi   I/msdale
ih<-.,   d  ghl ind
��� <   ben        iv.-. , ���  ��� .
���   there  was  tw>  ;
��� ���... lag ai )  ���-.- '���
Abolish    E-Mrinc*   f .t
easing    I
lentag the I
��� ii;,-'--! .i    >
���������ri'-.n   ��� f   rl..
.-���    IO -i        V.  id
:. Vttl  fi* pn
���   I;. ���
He wiebed i
l-r   i'ii - ' '��� R     wa;.
Ur. O
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two tra
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ere a *���>���
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ue wen     anted t<
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VISITING DIRI.CT0K-
INSKtl ULI PLANT
Memtwrs   of   London   Board   See  Corr
pany's  Holdngs  In  Westminster
��� Pleased v��i��h  D,strict.
UN_UAL LHARliK MADE
AfiAINSl LEADING KIND.
- v     .
Aft
ed
^^ ^^^^^^ above the bydraul-c gr_*lt- Une, y*t
t-w months bOCh When Capt. ,ow pj^^j were likely to lead to
:   was   appointed   ���_;.   tb      ���    '   ...-dimi-nt and high points nve-essiuted
Prorvr.ent East Indian at Fraser Mills
Ar-ested���A .eged  to   Be   Connected  With   Lascars'  Escape.
^m^^^^^^^m^^^^^ iSir valv.-s which were not always sat
a panae Aid. Jardine Becond- i^f^ctorj.
 H Supt.  Stott  having    remarked   *.ha_
Counsel   Patience. ^ present reservoirs had a capacity
Smith thought Aid   j i ol  I IS 1,000 gallons. Mr.  Borweil said
lit'   wanted   further  another reservoir might  no*   be t-und
Information. '   They    needed    an ex- aeceaaary, he could not say  at  pr.*-
II tbe grounding ol the Pur- en.
' .      ,,_.,_ ......        i    .
In answer to Aid Adam*, tie '-ud
it would not be necessary to bave
sediment  tanks    in    Westminster aa
' ���; ���   London 4b
P'Oject��d   Bou ��vjrd
... .     -
Muc"  C'Va-ipo'dence.
Ci ��� correct
���JN-   ot   it   pro      * ' .   .   -,
l. Among the letters ��as oi..
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aa*  '..    it    " ' ��� - -
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H,  i      ���    ��� .-.      -     ���.:,.-:���..        A  pa g with   _
.    t ll ���     ' ���        ��� ���       ' ..--���:.
-
way ;*h.o dlacuaa-n   woe    can*.
-    . .    ���.. s. v   iv,   train -������*   '' '   ' a a radwaj
a :  :   - .      *
ltan  wa- du- to the pilot's fault
Aid   ."iiains  sa-d  the man  appoint-
-d  luul  not  MM  necessary  expei j.-:.,-e  	
  on  the   river.      He    was proceeding  waa   necessary    w*it)_  the   Va_t_-iv��T
further   when   Mayor  Keary   said  '.       ..   ��� rworkB.       CouncilliT   Trit.s   was
Arising  from the escape ve.    '"'���  A:i> *1(-,uld lj* lo name �� ���pedal informed that if Richmond took wa-
[__4    -    l-om  the ���hin  flan   M-arlnnes   c^lnmlttt*  from  '-^t  council   U>   BK.et  u.r   M  U&A be<.n  suggested, from  Sey-
, ''   ;'        P -M^-I��-n�� the pilot board, and ask for an tevea- moar tTeek  it WOTl(1 {H_. s..Y,,ral mUelS
on Tueaday night an nnnaoal case will ligation. farther than    through    We-trntamter.
hn hvird today ir, the diatrtet police      Aid Adams said tbey Ba guarantors t__��.   ri^uitiara   would offei-  a   much
of  the  salary   when the appointment  >-.,... service.
Arrangements of Terms.
Reev.    B: i,l?e    said    the    :.* '���   had
been   demonstrated   to  them   forcibly
^  their decli:.v._  to join   Vancouver,
placed   Brahmin   on   a   charge   under      aiu-  '*"*''   __.��-���  ���  and now  when  Westminster  was du-
 ! t:"- V*n\ .. bai :..     .   dl   ... -..,.-      shipping   act.     Th-> his   knowledge  the  p'-lot was  not  to pUcatmg the supulv, the Ume M*---med
 ��� '������"-��� P�� -:-    '"������������������-  '    '��� ���   man, Slabl , Ram by name. a brother bhune, opportune.
n.-w.   with   local  . 0,   .h���   Hindu   "bosses."   was Resolution  Defeated. The    engineer-    offered,    the ean*
lie wil] Bta)  ... inducing  seamen to  es-      AM. Adams was  ruled cut of order  terms as given to Vancouver, namely
' :" '   retnrnlni Eng ca.,e   .^  ^^^  brought into  the City  in^seeking to get further statements  three percent, on the outlay. mcluO-
I'be automobile of - v.      -      *>   ���  .  ..fficer " ifc-b  Aid.  Fader, who said  h.  could ing survey, pivparation of plan.,  and
we   awaiting *:.      art.  when      _(,   was .-...eased on bail, two sur.*- not place them  in  possession of the apedficailons, and supenntendeace of
they  came    over on    U-e  inter. . , ,���   ,, ea-^      Czy\. Plttendrlgh fact-- a*  b�� knew them. _on*..tr_.tian.
and  after  lunch   at   the Kusseii ���_ ,. ,ry th��� (.A^P Ai     Qmy   blamed the    captain  or |    Aftt-r the discussion oa  the  merrt-
the tug DOBT Pioneer, according to hi��  of   the  steel    versus   wootien   pipe,  a
      InfoneaHew,   and   Aid.  Johnston   also resolution was adopted accepting Her-
���    oo       A vital-  wa- also paid 'pressed  for delay before action. Imont B'.iniel.s term--
���vi.-   and th     end of tba   EMPEROR  WILLIAM ON  WAY An aniendment    was   then  moved.)    The council accepted an  inviiatwa
.--dale   extension   was   examined ���   ������*���
. abl.    __ ���, ���:,      Railway court - -
O    pan)    A   Mitchell iod J       provincial    Constable  WWkle  w��nt  ���" ""*   were  setting  this  matte;-
'    *'-    ' '-v - ��� u        ---dav to Kraser Mills, acting  "thrown     up  at     us."      He  canned j
.    terday.      Mr   Bhmdetl Brown on nformation  of  Capt   Higg'.ns there we.e better qualified men in _��
ih ou the coaat in connection n ��� ,f  ��� and  arrested  a high- cit-v to a^1 llian the Pr"eilt pnoL    i
v   :        * place.   Brahmin   on   a   charge  under     .Aid.  Fade-  advised   patience.      lo
-*_.  his   knowledire  the  P'lot  was  not   to
car.   _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i. -.     tt...  porty drove  al]     ���
am "' tho oompony, and out to
. ��� ponying tin.- porty through
I III on to Mr. S; eriing a
TO  SEE   EMPEROR  NICHOLAS
Berlin, Jun-.  17.���Emperor William
and carried. Aldermen Adams and to visit the Seymour cow* system
Ja-dina against, anting for an invest*- next Thursday, it ^8J���^_^1
gatton    of    the matter,    and a joint they should be met at NortH \an��*
ter arai oot
 m_^__^^^^^^^^^^^^^
7 ��        tn���.    The    aecn-tarv     .  ..ted    the!
���-'������'���-'���' ���      ���      -Km   to  ti.
:..���.��� ��� -���     . In   ��M.     -
'       ' v  ..
, ���   !���   K   lUtlOg U.at th--
��� ���    ���      ��� "���" -��1'-";
*         ��� . sobrt ...     .    . ..., ooaai and of-
..��� Bomal ,    -.   ���-.    on*   The
:..-.    i .      .                              aako
.iis to :-   **�����������'���" I ���"      .,  .N   , i<4��.   ...    the meeting Mr
��                    '.-r mlsht  >������ ���"                          d    the    a '.ntion of    the
colt)            . ������   ���               m      ....             to um aaad ol
���  th. r*.  ; ..*   al   .   "*<*n* .....     run.
M���l��ay  Server I         *Olll|   KW   to this  <*)    lv
n  and th.- c,  \  u   - "" scconnt  ������!   tin    oen.      ; '
���  ��� . : :, &
... -llm:
of s    ��y !   ' ��� ���i
  nation     ol      tne   liutliei.      auu   *i ja..��-    uat-a    _iiv-a.,u   _. . - ... _��_
_..  .        s ��tr"      j*. r]lrl   j,llK   17.���Emperor  William ^Vu'     of    the    council    and pilot  ver  by  rep^enu_tives of  the  engin-
���    '        >   local meniler ol tbe - hew at   io  o'clock   this   morning * ��    be ^j,^ a.  an  ^rU date,   eers
���I   ami   Local   Managei   U   ^   _  ctl_1/,)o, ,r^.ri t0T uantzig. where ' ,_,____  uu,,.. Main _���        Lame Margin for Increase.
on a special train for Dantzig. when*
bi   will embark on the imperial yacht
.rrt_.
Shops    of    the company '"'""���  .: ,-   ���-      -_.   __.__���
'";".:_____��� .^        ---    a  to- irn.1   another   feature  of    lnt.-r, .*-.. Hohensollern. and proceed to the oulf
A letter wa- rer--l^ from the bead  ... : .;i |t���� , ^.^ |UU(X> ^^^
���  . Btl)   been tranaferred ��' Huseia.
R   Coitniany received
M v.enzoi it-. ,..  kiu   j..VVa.a.
. ���'.  Finland to mtvi Emperor Nicholas
AMATEUR OR  PROFESSIONAL'
Standmg     of   ^^^^^^^^^^^
tioned   by   West   End   Club.
BEC! KLPRESENTATIVES
I.I1BIAN HOSPITAL
Manifested    to    Reappoint
'   Jareves   Johnson���Old
Members Chosen.
01.11 TIMERS GATHER
EOR GOLDEN WEDDING
New Water Main. I _arge Margin for Increase.
The council ln committee met j y\T Burweil said his v-sumate wtmui
Messrs Hermon & BurweU. consult- aopply a population of 75.00t>. allowing engineers of Vancouver. There jng tf_e lar^ margin of loO galions a
wvre present all members of the coun-  heatf.
[ell  except  Alderman Cray,  and  from)    Mayor Keary   said  there  would  b��
'Richmoud.  Reew    Bridge  and Coun- a  ocmalderable tlemand   for water at
.cillor Trites.      F   A.  Shand. of    th.   Westminster  Junction and  Coqiiitlaiu
m\ I>��minion  Pipe Company,  and  Super- asylum, quite apart from U*. protxibl.
Biscuits"    Peele Ques-  intendetit   of   Waterworks   Stott   were   ?aje of water to the Fraser mill-, and
also in attendanc-. village.
Mr. BurweU answered a number of j    The engineers  promised  a  preum.
Becaaae Clarence    l).  Peele voiun- questlone   dealing   with waterwork.-.. Q&ry anrrey to be finished by the neit
-���red to act  as goal umpi*.  in last  He said the councils could  advertise fe-w'davS and to smbmit an estimate ot
Saturday'*       profeaaional       lacrosse for tenders for pipe at once if desir-  the coat of the pip*.* and its length.
match,   daring   the   lent   few   minutes  abl.-.      It   might   be advisable  to ex- j    The    Vancouver    Power   company
of the game, his standing as an ama- tend   the    diameter    of  tbe   pipe  in    v.��� ~~v v~-
__       t         _ ____.. .    _, it* ;r  htis   been  called  in  question  by  place as  had  been  done at  Sevmour! (Continued on  Page Seven).
T!-"  ��b����meT  Beavei   which arrived  .,,.  w. s.     Elll,    intermediates, who	
in port from Chllllwa k and the up ,..,ve no p^ttoohtt love for Mr. Peele
river pointa yseterda id on board , ,vn Ulouph he happens to be one of
the largi ii cargo  - baa cai   ,,,. offlcial refere^-s of Un league. The
ried ibis year, lt waa composed tot _,___><-.ing (1f "Biscuits" has been
the mos:  part of good    consigned to j ,.out,h, to thl. noti.Ce of R  0 ct.am-
1 largely ;,rtTlin  of Vancouver  president of the
���^H expressed
i tl ������ progreaa of   the
cit-.    an '.  was ; art i ilert)   Interesti |
In its   a . ���      .. -    a residential
centre
Th> . "   i back  to Vancou-
[ rer In Um tti rnoon.
BEAVER BRINGS  BIG CARGO.
Consignments   for   Market   Break   AH
Records   for   Present   Year.
AIL PROFESSORS MUST      I MYSTERIOUS SPOOKS
i NOW BE ORTHODOX!       WORRY GIRL'S FAMILY
Three   Hundred    Gather    at   Home   of
Mr    and   M   .     A    C    Weils,   of
Chilliwack.
���    ra of  the  lout   -i,i
coital i to ���������' ' ,,:i ���''
..:  Um   ���<"-
re    ...vim  Uiia  yeai    i
.   A . und  .Inn.-*   '"
. ballobted lor lh��l   ��� ���"
��� ���aiay      Mi   OUford   ���
....������ii   qnortote, and   *
���i* Mi      !..im-on   had    bOOB  oomln
Smith   was   BUggeated   "'
.- \ �����':!"-"; i
���?,_: ;i';:'
lilacl ���   -i '���'-   '''"-'1 NAll"'1 '\
.    ,,l   Ml    and   Mrs    A
yaaterda)
Of dr. BBfMl  meat.    There were al
number ol bead of ceUli      -i !i>,:lle
liorse..
The captain of the Beaver ri ��� '-
.. ��� ni,. water at Chilliwack i Mj
,,v,, and a half feet beloi lh. ''
���.i'.-r mark of laat yeai Inasi i
,. |{ ta already dropping slos j
inn \.'s!,-v.l.-y one Inch lower th D
ha.1 been the dey before, it look! aa
ir ihe tredhet wore not goln-
amouni to very much this yeai
B   C    \     .   tj.,  with  B  request  thai  B  ,	
��� iilng te gtven on this matter at an
early  date.       OnUl    his   standing  is  New Court t0 Be Establiahed by Meth-
Bottled,    Clarence   D.   Peele   ������.����
use    a whistle    while    Intermediate'      ^^^
games ur.. in progreaa.
v,-.i al^^^^
C.   Wells    -.t   Chilliwack
The   ik , .ist,,n    Was    ill,    .I'lt'brutlon   ol
goMen wedding of the bott and
odists to  Pass on College  Instruction.
Keep   Out   Undesirables.
Ymir,  B   C .  June 17���The depart
ment  Ol   Immigration   at   Ottawa   tins,
Wherever   She   Goes   Is   Followed   by
Spirit   Raps���Cannot   Account for
ihe   Noise.
Milla-oro.   Del.
June   li��� Accom-
V...
iv. ,
���    .ny   hi.-.iI   Mr    Sir,"!.   �� -
:i   a  ntiinb. i-   Ol     ,1"
^^^^H     |-h.>
1'-.-..       \|,)    jardine   inggeated
naiiH-        I'h.- iil-i.-rineii
.   l(   |u-   would  ." '
hallo. refctilt.Hi Gifford, s-
Munn,   I;   tind  "'-   "ii.""'
w tared     _ two former elected
Cardinal  repudiates
FRENCH   CIVIL   LAW
,:  V,:\ui.l Mrs   NN.'llH��re amongst the
\J.      M.,i...,vs  Ol   tha  Kraiaer   vale  .
i��Si come to thla i^vim-.- in
They in-' l��ted M Jaie,
WfU,  waa  la  thn  barn.
iln��W   the,   "J^^-to^   m
an agent on his way weatjo^^-" ��� paae upon ww_o���     ^. ^^ (   ^    ^s .^ |he evenlngi ..spirU rape'- ha��e
um   in,,.,.,,   vo....     The   adop-  so startled the family of Charles Col-
nrovince m">*- *���������">���   '*. vr?~ .   h     ���,������������   ttis  the  leature Una that they are afraid to sleep la
\tsn-mik -m ��..s��.._��f��i___i_�� s-vs:���:r,i,^-.-:,:',,;;'���' f��:".:fifrr- 5Lfr__"a_r-S*
bote  to  hear the strange  noise*, aad
t,. >,.ry mooh^^year. .um- -j^ ^^ g 3^^5_ii  w.i*
:-��erp.lUrs   Stop   Train. make    -MM"  ^SfV;^  ?Z   the   Toroiv,   t'onU,,,,,.
,,,���.   Nil..   June   17.-A   CP-R   tha  ;.n.vln��*e  -"WstMBl        IBP ^   ^^   ^
ri..itui   ua,..   -...-..   .v	
raa st.ill.M near Froile-rkton JuncUon   port
|bv 'c^enOnar.; which   0OV��ed     the \%* and  Nelson  trains.      The boun-   memlaUl,ns hl ft. report ol the Lay-
1.61
where   Ml
ss hoaineaB.
to   ChiUlwack
<wo   milee^^^^^^^^^
.- ore!   the  track  clear.
v Franca   Jun.-  11    rnra
W \ii,i;i,.,, wi���, im- been Bummonea
'" '        harged w.th hevlng i'"1'""1
' '���' -!.  ol  the  Inww  by   th��- ��ll,;('l'i
""" he pronouaood al the eethedral
on 'I Uioa <'f  hi"  enlhroiiein.il'
"'���nt   a  letter     to   the  J��dg��  ln
lite
*ll,itl
III
he formally rattan '" WP6"
to    answer    tiny  churne  w
l:;'1"    v with th.*- separation |IIW
��� ^bai law becain-- aosoglBtent "r
'""'"ii'������ the minute ihrir s'H"-',,m
!"'' he ���ni-om.ptii.lv gwndlaa '������
Xif moral- of Iniiuuliml*. and naii<>"��.
��ttdemne<j it M mimical to the (W
";'1    i ithorlty    nnd  llbtrty  w    w
ClltlM |, .. '
^KV��.C.i->,.n,��,       -���"*^1^^^^^^^^^^^^���_________________________���
.trn.-k nn ich or mote deep, for nearly Idan countrv haa an offlc-r who tnvots  ""*"""��- ���.,-.,,  ,....    ,.
^^    The  train   cr,-w  had     to  the train, at  Marcus and  travels  with   men s   Association  and  led  to a note- L-   ket.p   lhem   comj^-;"
U U' ':nm<1 F',rk" , J    A.   Di   Powell   presented  the  report1,  T*��   "2_S*jftl   _!__  5**2!
Ol the  l-ay-men's  Association.  It  uom-   ���� ^Z      VJ^T  ^^   _*_
SS.   'rt1'.-;.;^ aUd  A   U S-.^traSTStt^ftaaS
TSinX^mln.SUna     had "^"   --itested    iheio-elv-s     no
been  read.  .Mex   Mills  proposed  as  a f^^* ^^ J  ��J J JJg
substuntlve aeporate mm-on the clause ^^   ^  Jg Kwh^rever  gbe JJ
>      . ...if.,  ,ho  inv��t..riin_.s  rape.
Miiiiu-'l.  from
Ohllllwack
t4  ^.-  Partv  tor Hospita1-
Garden Party   >        ^  ^ ^
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thin yeur
To Recommend Deer Lake
as Site For University
- Ut >S lailllie    raa.-^^��.uai-	
that it was dcMrable Iw the purpose  '""""^ *-*-  "--
, ,   d>ii__��  gone.    To verify the mysterious rapa.
stix.ng proMOx. win in all p��*_  government own��_ tht
iii t) be trough! to boar upon tli
whole of  dis-
tllftt   It   Was  ue-uauir  ..������    ....    , _   .
of   keeping   tha-   connexional  colleges   ."'"v    '" \V"Jr_a"v ~.V ��,, .
'      ' ? closest touch with  the church  ^*liCf>  ��  *���   *****   **u��:    WiUt��
the   appointment   and   retention   '-u>' *fa        ~" H""-,���� ��
- -. i. ���,���,H)v ;,lu: m18*
Trot*  government uw_-^ ^*   . h��� STSo-aaTttmch with the church  '        M(1 Robert Houston listened te
,   ,     i_. p_   cimated on 'he lake, ioiu     �����      ..       1_��.���_-,   ���n_   retention,
e Pro- Hfe lot -M_.' .S!_T and sixty  acrea,  that
M,-oug   k,.*-...v   -...  iu  ....  .       -   .*   ������������ sUuated on the liute, e "���- -   appointment   and   retention        *    1Beg
,,���:, > b..,uroughttoU-.iruiH.nth,i,^     It   lot !  ^ ^ ��� ^,    U. J  Oejspp^ ^^ ^ ^      )rOV tne^p ^^ ^   fcygllggMJ
rindal   government   wlUi   a   vivw   to  j^"  J�� ^ sllRpvsted that  the -��^,";,Bl 'of  !hl,  general confeince,  the KpI--,ht. ��jUrce of the noise, and is rupidiy
inducing it to select  Deer lake as a  m,.nt  ^  -guested  to sot the w noi   i. conftMV,K,0 ^tial committc-e, or k^j,^ hysterical
Ht��  for  the provincliU  university.        of this aside aa a site ,     iua committee appointed by the general,	
The  whole question of the site for ;    Many   men. ers    sljot.- "^r    ;-^, 'coutvientv. ,   ,    ..    ,.���  .,,] _.__.__. ^
1 . .   ^ _._.___     a-      .!___  ' _ .._.!.    r.__r_ni__Al. 1 UP   DiVWWW " .   _ .     :.     _ae_B_i    .1 ..<,   ���-���_   ,1*-    tt__lt    ttll __._____k_a.-___k_B_KAAAA
Yesterday's Baseball.
i,,.. ���.......��.-��.-__, v...... ���        j _.
tlu.   university   was   i1l_.uSs.-d   in   de-  favor of this  ,.���-_���--��������� ,.���rnns��.s '     ai��o vmn   ,l   ���������' -*���-----   ���-    .      m
a,  at   .he meeting  of  the  board  of Blte would    suffice  for    al   IurpoBea    heo,    u.lU  professors should  be   .in-  J
rid,   last    evening     nnd    after  P��; There would be wo��i ��>r atlmBfor ^  me of the  Me.hod.,t  +
longtMl  consideration   the  majority   ol   wwk on the ground. In for���^tr> f^|  church   in   Canada. |# -^^-	
tha  memberp united   in  favor of  th-', Brunette would    U��W   �� ' ^ ,he  ��� U Vancouver	
l���.r lake proposal. I agriculture.     Tl��   :,K*:��� ��� Burnabv ! Put Grenade Ifl Furnace. U Spokan.	
It   was   pointed   out   that   this  sW  work    in   hydrauH<- *^ opportun-      L|sbon   June  17.-An  explosion  oc-:# 	
would  be OQoally acceptable to N��  ,ake would '-ff^'",rl'f\V nruct.ee , eu^d "ist night at the state aminu L Portland	
W.-tmiusti.  and  Oi-trai Park,  both  u,^ to the students fo,   the practic   purred wame^ ^ 0roMo and flve ,# ^^	
candidate- tor the InaUtutwu, and l   0f aquatic sports. _JS__n.' wer.-    killed    and sewinteen ,# 	
w-ps also hoped that Vancouver would ,    Tlw wh0,e    *#_\**^J?7��* unl- ; funded      The explosion wa, cau,eil!# Atardaen	
favor this location. ferred to tbe ��������*��^ ��wn��� '^rt* MJ employee inadvertently thrust- # TlMSo��	
S-,  stated  thai    the W>vlnc!aj .by   the  provincial  government. llng furnace. ��� ��� ��� ��� *
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WANTED.           FOR    SALE.             TO   RENT            LOST.            FOUND.         REAL    ESTATE.           PROFESSIONAL.            BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man haij gold dollars to sell a    fifty cents and did  not  let the peoole know anything about it. he would ,-ot sell  any.      You  muBt tel; the peop e what   rOtl '    ���'  ' '��� v*hy ' """" ,hf"''d   purchaae
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their moi    v      too many    '  us have got into the habit of tl Inking that because we have been a long lime In business evsryone must of necessity Know .
w.irts       I       the adverts nrj colum n�� of The Daily News and kerp abrea.t of trie tin >�����.
PERSONAL.
WHY    Rl MAIN
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RENT    -TTRNig ;i.n     KBOM I
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modern home     Phone, tne   ���   **''
ting room.     Address A_    '       ol
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NURSERY.
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REAL   ESTATE.
WANTED
WANTED    \  GIRL   TOR  GENERAL,
housework.       .pplj   125 Th.nl  - ���
nu*-.
WVN | ED���YOUNG   GIRL  APPREN-
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this ��� '      Give
!: of service and  tesU-
monlala      '������     ��� i must tx
by noon of the 21 Robert
���  ary.
TO    LET-  FURNISHED    BBDRI IOM
\- ;>!���,  80S Carnarvon street.
*!.-*���  IN  THE  P. liil'.N  Bl
to   le:   in   * I I '     ' ���
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ARCHiTEC .
W.  D   QOOD-ELLOYV    VRCH1 rECT,
Room 14. Dominion   I
WANTED ��� JAPANK.**!:. PLAIN
cooking and general household
work.     Apply 523 Twelfth Btreei
WANTED��� r.IRI,    TO    WORK      AT
the Royal <"ity Ia v.dry.	
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework,   Apply 820 Royal aven ie, n< ar
Sixth  street.
EDWIN G. W.  ?A1T.  ARCHITECT
Guichon Block.    Ti lepboni
,' il Y' _       . PAC11
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P   . ��!*.   HANGING   A   DECORATlf.o.
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PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE fl   EDMONDS   BARRIS
...      Ucltor     Blackle   block
Sew W. Btminstar.
W. J. Whiteside, H : I
WHITE,  BH-LB8  I   CO
tate and
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FOR   SALE.
TOR BALD���8UBURBAN COTTAGE
home, half an acre, _urden and
Chickens. Yard.- ar City limits;
er<id well, fruit trees mal] fruits;
win be sold cheap, 11250 cash or
reasonable tenm* Settlers' Association of B. C. Box 056. city.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
THE    PEARSON    ELECTRIC    CU
dealers    in    electrical    ntachli
fixtures and  supplies   house wiring,
armature  wirl   -      I   ''or   rep..:
'������<���      Hank ol Coi tnerce ball ling,
��� v    II, P. O. Box 928.
V\ _DE   WHEALLEP  1   " (JUARRIB
, i-    c    Wa !���    K   I       A    -'. '.   I 111 I    w
M    : Solicit
��� ���   , 42 Loi oa itreel   opp.    u
irthonaa,       Nea      \s ��� i tmli  I *
i bona 14J I    md the Vancouver ol
;s at No   i. Royal H u
108 1     tings Btreel ��    I
TO ICONIC LOVERS���AT A SACRI-
flce. a Brinkerhoff piano in perfect
condiUon. Splendid singing tone, almost new; $25.J cash, or $300 on
terms to responsible party. Apply
P. O. Box 795, or at 417 Fourth
street, city.
SNAP   FOR   SOMEONE���WE   HAVE
a six-room house on fine w-ide Btioct
near Fourth av-nue We will sell for
$1100; this rents for $12. There
is a fine view of river right down
to the gnlf; electric light Is installed ; the rooms are large an .
airy .- .tiers' Association of B
C, Box 556, City.	
FOR BALE���WE OFFER FOR SAL-:
on  . nns of one-third cash, balanv
6 and 12 months, the following de
scTiI*--.',    vacant    property.   City  ol
New Westminster:    Subdivisions 13-
ani 14. lyn 2. sub. blk. 4, $225 e
Subdivisions 18 and 22 of east ���
of Lot ?,. Bub. blk. 4. $186 and  .195
respecUvely;  ^subdivision.-  44, 45,
4$  of  subdivision  C  of Lot   ]., _���_���..
blk.   4    $155  each:   g.bdivi-.on.    II
10.  12.' of lot  14  sub.  b':k   13, |6M
each.     Will sell all or part of the
foregoing as purchaser desires. Ad
drei-_ Hitchcock & Meeker  34 i Pender    .reet.  Vancouver.      Tel.  2802
FOR SALE- EMPIRE" TYPEWH.IT-
er, perfect order, practically new.
Price I. caah. Address P. O. Box
196, city.
FOR   SALE��� LOTS   ON   SIXTH   ST.,
ca-liaO;   $200  each;   $2.   cash.   Vai-1
anco $if. mon'-hly.      Walker  Bros.
BdXDOBda.   P. 0. Box 9n3, city.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J.  I.   MERRY   8   OO.,   PHONE   I
Corner   of   Biackie   and   Carnarvon
Btreet!      Have opened a feed and
���  *      .   -table for horses     Hor.-.*
for sail      Reference fnrnlal ad
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYL_NQ, FISH. FRIM,
Garni Vegetablea, etc. Begbie ��t.,
���   ���    V.'-id-or^lotel.
FURNITURE.'
PALBS,   THK   rURNlTfIKE
Dealer. Upholsterer ar.d Undertaker,
rner Agn<-s and McKenxla meets
Phone 170. night call 81.
GEORGE   E    MARTIN   BARR1S
anrl   Solicitor,     (iulchon   blOCfe    CO
..    and    M K. ::r.     Bta.  New
Westminster   R   C
W MYERS .'.RAY BARRISTER
Bo Irltor and Notary Public Curt:,
block. Clarkson Rtr*��ct. oppostt,. '_e
Court House. P O Ilex 196. Telephone  64
PICTURE   POSTCARDS
oooKSLsra     picture     post
card*,   are  on   sale     at   M    M"".->'��
Stationery Btore, J   Q   QamOB'a'cf-
- divan, F. Mark. nil.-', drag stor.*
md    The  Fair,' Columbia Btreel
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8UBURBAN    HOME,    THREE LOTS
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hn!    .  ,
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Bl Uot of rlty 5'iburtian and farm
;.,;,-, before -rh����ing ��� let
where
OALVIN LADIES' INO MKS'8 TAI
i'>rlni.- \ user Une ��� . "prlnn suiting Just In       BottOO  inslilna. pr^����-
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vn   ir,... i. a I.   No  1883; I
B i; pCROa,  No    IS-.*   Ivi*,'     u
p   i*o-_rt    Weeurinater     Wo
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GROCERY.
V   THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO
rlea, phone 3S6      The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. o   Box 811
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS POR EVKHY
kind of job printlns       Mldtc.-t   I
I.-af  ledgt i -    Oowfe  Carbon   I'a-x-rs
Phone    55.     P   O      ltnx   143       OM
Dally  V-wg Block,  Blxth at	
THEATRES.
WESTMIN8TER    OPERA      HO
Ijim- Btreet   W  N  Can       aaager
Bi a U!    ������  . ��� led during
��� \   ���        idvaace <
Ryall , Dr ������ Bt ire
-    iRO    -'y    TRADE   NEW '���
BOtOf 1-  _rd of TnMe mwts   n th*
d   room    il't   Hall,   em  IWiOWi
Third  T*.ir��4��*r    of    i-kr*-.     innntti
<.uar'.-r:y     nir��-*init     on   'h*     tntra
Thuriwlar   nf  F��',ri|��ry    Mur     \UK.st
and   Vovfintw-r   at  �� p in        Annual
���������-���  l',r��   ��� r.   Itim  third   Thtjrsl
F��-bruar*,       S>-��    _M_BfeOlg   :n�� ���    v*
propOOBd  *nd ���'��*ct. _ at  any rrf>ntb
!t  or     nwartrrlr     n."Hln>t        c    H
Btnai-.Wode   ��*cr��tar-
TENDERS   WANTED.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N DRAPER, B C LAND BUR
rveyor. EUard Mock, New \\e*t
minster, B. C.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT k CAPE
Tickets,   .1   mi-alg   for   11 H< m<
��� *inK. Al] white cookB; bo Orlen-
tai la!^r employed     '.-.��� v and
. bl       Oppomte  tram  office.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING   IP    250    FOR    HACKS  AND
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta
hies.
I.  _L CAFE   iMrs    Arcbef
'   ������   ��� i PO IT I      ll 'BRO.
:;,.   fi~h.   boiled   ent.   .    oi   roast.
v ' .     ���;,..'���-,.    ..-<-..        Til .:
    STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWi-iTING
MACHINE   WORKS.
HOUSE TO   RENT.
THK SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
limited, Frrmt street) New Westminster.     Manufacturers of m<i!.-i-,
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants _nd apeeificatioBa prepared.
FREEMAN     BUNTINO,     ROOM      '.
���  . hon block      P   O. Hot ���'���!
POR RENT���BARBER SHOP.  FIR8T
class  location.      Addreaa  IVjx 704,
city.
TO    LET���SIX ROOM    HOUSE,    401
Royal avenue-   near Fourth   modi rn
'���mprovf-rnents.   rent   $15.0'..     Apply
J. M   McDona .   201  Agnes streel
nr-ar Elliott.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
ii. C MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and imfK-r-r
of monumental tombstones, bnUdlng
ston*-. etc    Satisfaction ipiaran*,- :
Columbia  street.  New   We-tmlns'.--
CU8TOM       BTENOORAPHY      AND
TypewriUng;   copy    irork   ���   ninesg
ettere,   etc.     Province   oftiw, Co-j
lumbla streel      Phone 12
SECOND HAND   STORE
WE   BUY    IND
and  all   rin-i
hand poods
..(Br*.
BELL   Pl RN  i I RR
of n��-w -,; '    ��� oond
A   BpOCk    nr-ar   I ra:n
CRY8TAL   THBA i RE    T01   COLI M-
htr**"l e 1.*     moving
aonga;   oamei
ou�� attr ��� Ogram rhanci-4
' oday   Wedi     :'    ��n -. I i I
THE EDI8- \THK.    CORNER
Oolumbla  si ��� H gb-etaao
rii -  ��� ������ i ������'  soaga
('-,,_ i      ;        i ,., ..'.n-.
di-.-  i- : Prid
WOODWORKING.
WE81 '���:       WOODWORKING
Bea and iters fittings,
- .      ���     i   ��� ��� - vi ae,
���  del ll|   ��<>rk     Iieslena  a- d  I   '
��� irniehed     J    Brooksa,
j rb 'or        Work   ,    COTBOr   Fl"
i ai Ua��     P " bi x 184   Pi
171
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
0 'i P    amitt LODOE, no ::
regular -V'-Ming of thu lodge
i bold in O'l'iM'own' hall, Colum
,   _tr>"-'.  aeery   Monda)   ���������������nm*
,.t   S  o'eloi k     .las    Fergus--    nobli-
grand    w C ''��� uhaa  re    booj
ROSE  OI    COLUMBIA   I.' IDOE   NO
115.   Son-,   of     Fi,,: arid     II    B      K'-d
Roaa    Degree   meet      .ond   ��nd
f.mrth    Wednesday of aa< h  iiHinth
,     In   K.  of   P   hiil    Ajn'i  *.l r<--'.   at   1*
p m       W'hlt^    Rose   I '��� | ���"'   (OOrti
���t-r* m in f.��* rece . i ,1
I'-olrn.d     up   to   Ihe    _l��t   . f   J   n'
'������-   th<��   cmetrtKtion   and   ���
V.,-1   o'   ���    -.    i   ���       ���   .���     <.    - - dsr   ", . r
I   ok oa  s'.ith �����-.. saw,  e
.���;   \ew  WrMimln*'- -
Plans   rondl'lons    of    ,-.rnitrer-   and
���pei irvratiotjB can bg aeeo ot Uh
engtaooi'i offlca
fho oen  to   to) lea
���arlljr  .*.     -
W   t   DUNCAN
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LAND   ACT
Cor**-,-*,-   Land  D.slnct
District of Qut.n CnarloH. Sound.
Tak��< not: ����� t',a' n   H   Jar*o*-��on, ,-f
Vaooouver, oocopotloa sh��w;. raacher,
ends   I I -rt'.i����ioa to
t';.   totlowtng    dooertoed  iand
mTielna al a | .��� plOMOd at
tho weal end of Leertl s'-anii. tboooa
���   -   '-.-.   Booterl        itheri) ani waa
tOHy nnd nnrth^rlr. folhi-. iser tM
��hnr* !ln<�� ar��tind the l��i.md to 'h��
point  of  commencement,    oontammr
���inn   arr��.��   mnri.  n*  I....
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Bollciton to the ������> ���   ��� '
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THE FRASER
VALLEY
SjP '      -c^ CIAUST
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NOTICE
, p��| -    - .- -if. . ��� ��� ���
bold In th<  ,
y..n.|.i>  ���venloi   1
the    p-  .���< t    of   ,,:i
of millt.a. aad  tl ���      ���   '��� rTn��""l;
I    ...   1  ..'  'md*
Hv ,>rdi-r  of t!,,     ,
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REIiKUTINIi HURT BV
ABOLITION OF CANTEEN
Officer   Says  That   Men   Now   Hesitate
to  Go Into Camp  With   the
Militia.
jun,. 17.- "if the coun
. .. i.s to be an arn y of men
iin. gov. rnmeni muei return the c imp
canteen) aid ,n officer ol the 28tb
Priii Regiment, imm l/irid',ii camp.
"ll ih, canteen, are not returned our
militia v,ui develop into a boya' brigade It'j too bad,' be -Onttn ted
"that om- iniliiai.i camiM and rural
nagimemi are to be made a jok.- to
pi. ai .��� b few fanaUcs."
The offir, r sairl that while lasi
.....I. be wa�� able, In ilin-i- days, to
recruit tw.-nty-_x men for his con.
pany, this year be was able to seour.-
only ��-i^->ii in- n in one week's recruiting, And one moiltll !!>;<, thirty or
forty good men .sif.n'fi.il their intention ol attending tin- camp bul when
tbey beard thai Ur ri wore t.. be o��
canteens they rOfuaed to go, And
iho niiolition of the canteen atfects
more than the attendance at tin- camp,
it affects the discipline When tibere
w.-rr regulated cant, en In the crU pa
the men stayed In the camps. Now
they go down town Just a* Boon as
thai Bre diamlssed. More drunkennes_
is also noticeable and the 'amp
������ a  cane  to  the   'own    neai
��� ii    are Located    The   effect
wiiii   be  thr   dis^irRanJz.'itiori   of   the
mlllta.    Officers  will  lo ������ lnt��     n
oorj s if ih-y cannot  - ecure ���
'���niits.    Regulated canteens  were re-
���   tahllel ed  In    the    United
.-amps arid if the Canad .-ui mllltl i li
to  i... maintained  thi   a gul ited     ���
teens will have to be replaced.
0eO��O*O*O0O*O0+Cec*.  n-'+r.+o c^+c.+o+c+r+'+ . +r+-
+Cr+r+- *.
Cheap Lots
The Question   fnglish Walifimaker
LUMBERJACKS TO REVEL
FOR WHOLE WLLH A! A.Y.P,
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE FULL Sl-E
LOT. $370. GOOD TERMS
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NIC! LOT $4.0.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH '.TRCfcT $',50.
REASONABLE TERM.
Mills Will Close  'o Enable  Employees
to  Visit   Fair���Special  Contests
for  Loggers.
Beattle, June 17.- Lumbermen nnd
"���'; eri ii.,, al the Alaaka-Yukcwi r.,
��� vi. ,���>.;���,. i,���,,, |iaK been B(., ,,,, lu|y
'���'��� Mil; owner throughout Wa
ton, Montana, Idaho, California and
linn h Columbia will oloae 'h.- mllli
for a wi, k ho their omploj s ,
havi  'in opportunity to .all the talr
|;' des the special features planned by 'lv managemeal of tls- Exposl-
lion the loggers will provide one ol
the v., , interesting program   ��� -
month      There  wlll  he K'K  inlliii:	
'" "    POO-B,    tUgl   of    war,    |ogl
.'��� i.    conteate and other evonti of
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, MKr.	
MONEY    T|0    L C) A IN
oe-eoeo^oeoeoo^oeo+oeceoeooeo*^
w bi re to buj  turall ire cl eap      m,-u
[aa ifod,
Is Answered
' 1     acting    J "ll    111    thr    St.It*.- here
.���...ii i ,n   ,.   ihe largeal stool
:      nl  good    "f all  kin),  In
ithe city,
i have a splendid Dream Beparatoi
'fur mil*, nearly bow.
I    Com., nnd   Bag  l,,,w  mii.li   mor,    [roll
loan k<-'  foi  ..om    mosey bore than
i ataewhere,
QOld  U.lrllM fur La
up
siu,-r   Wati b      i
$6 00.
BUver Watchae, |ee
$7.50 up.
Agent     for     WbIU >
oatehaa
Watch repairing a
F.  CRAKE
Tuio   doors   from    Gro.   AdtttHt    '���""    \
| Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
an  Interesting character    >,ih i��� log
g-i-B and vlsltona to Uie i-.���-.,���. Ition
The   huge  Poreetry   Building   witb
Itg   wonderful  exhibit i  ol  the  game,
fiuh and tlini.e.., of \i',r hlugtou  win
be of specia] Intereel  to the lumber.
::     K"'"1;''   ' - ���   I wll| t���. another day
1,1 ����� ,'-x'" ��� .nm fun of Inter-
i-Ht  and  e_i ll 'menl
<)TI ,l1" P" ���    the BxpoBlUon.
:',"ll"ll'<*���,, *���'"��� '   'h,  lumbermen nnd
loggers win  !���   ;, ,,,,,���| K,,w,i...  iu-ivi.
-t  i ik, im win the timber lagan and manj m v,,. bl��� rtowa will
i.iimbermeu    tbroughom    Wv  tint- that they maj .   ,-  m the attraction
"ui are making Mi; preparations for ai the tmalle . ,..      ,,,. e_ ,
la]   .ir   Die   Kxpo'dtlon   and  It   Is
expected that ihoimandH ol im-i-.-i i j
and min employees generally win i,.. i
attracted to Beattle on Baturday July
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
Repa ting ol ku��s. umbrella
writi-i'M, nn.l  lii-ht autoroaUc
ei> ami btcyolea ��� ipadalty
Alex. Speck
Oolumbla Bt    "Man on tha \vl" FRIDAY, JUNE   18,  1MB.
TlIE   DAILY   ;EWS.
PAGE THRE-t
-OWN   PUMP   PIPE
I*-10       TO  SAVE CHILD  IN  Will.
.���,-  1/    si llm,-   gown
lu' ,.    BtO   the   family   *. ,
gi ��� ... -..a- old   tl. ii.
'" " Robert t:i.- ,n ,,i ii.. -
,   . bil l above ureter a:,
,.;f,   :.)    whl.-li   Ul
^ , bean nailed by ano*be
pea reet    _��ig
,.'   a   mil.-   awa Hu
r.-m-,i,ii|-       oth
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D������t,.'.    Outbreak    of
" .King*  Colony
no
Malaria    in
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reading of swan
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aie aff'*- '��� -I i   i a ���'.
. ported
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holding
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9 ENCOURAGE  A
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v    , ".
THE HOME PAPER
i��   tl-    Paper   That   Print-   All
Room    n.ws
Th��      Daily     Nt*.
1"      i     W-rk.
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X
uaovebtbewohldX
thou.cnds ff h':u_ewi-._s I
use Sunlight .Soap in r"f- 1
ert-ncc to any other, because \
it -lean c, ilie clothes more
thoroughly, aad at half the
cost without injury to
hanJs or fabric. Follow
directions.
JAPANESE liKIIW PEARLS
SAME AS VEGETABLES
I
Exhibition     of     Precious     Storves   at
Seattle   From  Land  of  Chryaan
themum   Excites   Interest.
L
that n>- i repali -.   ��� ma
sere a of our
-��� ii
lh
RUSSIAN. IKcONA
BRITISH -ERCHA-TMAN
Shot   Pierces  ���Uam  Pp.  an.  English
Sa   r.r || Wounded���Fear for
Czar's   Safety.
GILLEY   BROS., Ltd.
-       ��� ���      Fin md      ' ma    17    Thi
��� <      OUrg wan fi:. !
���   t by a Ru-tiian tor, ���
nd ol Blerke, for ap
.i.v-
Flnnl ���   a:.- -,- Emperor Nlcho-
:n   met   toda]
'  ���   from tt,. noat
��� 1    -..
��� a  <><  th,-  iint.hh atea   ���
j waj i h     ncidenl   ahoa -
I Uv   ��� i n j,,, tlie sale-
_.. ty <a t.'..   Emperor Nicholaa.
. :..��� 17 - 'ii��� exhibits in
the .la- ���,-,- ,. ; ullding bare nearly all
I'- poalU   i and Un   .'lace
���*- ���        to the public.   Yesterday the
n ���,_   ;._.K,.  crowds  all
da>     , i ,. o   the Japanese d*
life,   arrived  bj  steamship Minn    its
an<:   na    lei lye I ideal
whl .-. befell that ship
< ie of the Interesting exhibits tt
ln ��� ie center of the building and rep-
r._- ������.. .. cash value ot about $80,000
It . _ . ��������� cabinet cuitainig culture-
po.. li Most, of the .*.uinii<-* an
mounted, tbe Jew.ir_. Bettings being
!of gold and plaUnnm. Some are In
conventional design, while otben an.-
set in tn- curlouii Oriental fashions,
whi.,- others are shown In thei: na*ur-
al tate. Mani* of tl .-. . ... ������������:
lag      large and  lu.-atrous.
This exhibit is considered ou,.- ol
Uie grsateat featurea ol tbe Japaneaa
bail .nn.    Th.s Japanese    haw    nc-
OOI      I  in  gfOwt&g  p-ar!-. with Bl sure
res   ta ;_* cabbages and potatoes are
r.. : In America.. The p-ar.- a. I
not artificial, hut ar>- produced hy the
;��� ,,,...*. the farm?'' v,.-ini; 0OU
do : rndoi the supervialon ani i>r��
tecl :i of th... Japan., governmenl
whlcb baa set apart as preaervea i"T
the propagal on ol  tl te     I irg<
..-��� a   of the seaooaai
CL. HOY TU HEAL SICK       j
AS IN APOSTOLIC AOE
Public Market
Market   Clerk   I)    1.    M.....n.._
. to (.  p m Friday,   i ��.m. u. .p.m
Plvic 138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Health) Horned rrown Fruit Tn
for sale at Citv Market by
lun   11    Tbe Oen
M.     I    I
.'.i:.i.nii     on       .:      ...in'.;
������ ���-  '��� nvi    ng i
pert, n board the Imperial
���  ���      * andart,    at   1 ���
���      lit ..!'  ,
��� -    ��� ���    oard thi   ��� ���
l��-m and  weloo - William.
All ressed  nnd
At  Least   So  Says  Ch-cago  Minister���
���Calls  It  By the   Na-n.   of
Psychotherapy. j
1 .nsi R  VALLEY
NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Keens Stall
Daviea & Son
for
	
V.   NG    PLANTS
Cut flow, s. Vegetable pij"t��
TABLES     HERBS
and   Ber__,ng   Plant*.
Monk B  Sta
I
tor
I tab   and   Came
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER  > EAR
PA'll S500 FOR JOB AS
MONTREAL FIREM .N
When   Position   Was  No-   Fortheorrmg
Money   Was   Returned���Promo
tions  Cost1/.
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:
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
���AT
! Ryall's Drug Store
*                                                     EYES TESTED FREE ���
H t ������������������ *++****���**
i in-   17 -The   Bre    d-
.. ��� ���. -.'...    ���  .
.  toi   t a ���
motion  ���     ���* een
ilpht.
. Raou) Oe il     .-.   ... '
He  n'liited  boa   ...
,   Uon   ������������"n.l the '
-. | file With th.- .���   ���     ���
:���-..:,  be called
.. ���-.     Beovageau.   Thi    ���  a
���tv position of ti
�� .    . } ��� ,   adding
;:. , -    tion    .- vi, tain knock.
i: , | th_w  were of the
M Ul $1,000    i'-:   *...    ���.;���������
\. ��� ti -���- ���  ol  $���  e . b  wai
rvi, -    aindi r (���.'���.ii.i
p;^,. on tlu         ������:-���, bavlng been ot.
t.. ..           in  reeponi      i .
not tor I :    ,v": ";   *   '���
... lid not. howevi r, -
I  ' ' ' ' '
was return.           -.....-.. i tifc   in
,n   ... ���                           ��� '��� ���! I'1-1-  !l"
bad  ma le  thi   d , ���         ���** '������    :>
(houi  t  Sauva I   ln;i
.     ...       Bauva He was
'    the. under the ': ������'
alderman  knew ol I
Fireman   Metayer de.   -'   I Ul-''   d
I  ..   ,... ���   $300  to ������ -., ' '"'
-  -. ���    aa, but thai  hi - ��   -''
i      promol on,  un I Um ha I to
tl n In cour  i- '���     '
hi:.   ::...- e_   back     pirema M     -''r
ited be had beard ri    irl    i ���-"���^
��� v  .:;. ��� en thai promo
Brit,  . at thai a ;.- '���
���>���  caah aa *������
Cl..- ago   June  17 ���"In abou
;. nar .-.      the  mini '���
giv.;         1 ordei    to anoint
with  ��,il."
Tl     | redlction was mad
Pall, i ���  .n a .-������ ��� ire a bl made
:   ���        city 00
H.-a I   Happiness     The   Bl
wa*      ���   ��� ��� ��� tain   th ���   -U
would   ���- a -  -.���������'
hop-*.!   bul ��� .  ii---.   '������   ���'
woui. ... of el
fi.-ii-.. .
"It   I.-,   tru*;   thai   som<*     mlnii
wou I    ��� ���   -.   j   :,���      ���   .,* e_l<    nt aa
othi i -  added        ii wi     - -
difference  In  skill  in  the  men   who
: .Uoa   all   the   arl |    irol   talons
.  lime m comma, boa  rer, **nen it
��iii  . .   more young men unti'.
they are. thoroufrhly Inatrocted In tie-
principle  of  py.hoth.rapy   an,I   whi n
u..  pereon  eould be gra I lated
������ -.  thoroughly groundi
the studj  >>f soul and applied pyach-
olog}.
,;ive God U ������ glorj of Um. cures
1- la true that a cur,, might be due m
part to medicine ami In part ol prayers. The cures whi. h have bevHi ef*
fe. ted by anolntinp with oil hav-
.* n marvellous.''
New Style
j UNDERWEAR
WITHOUT THE FRILLS
AT  LAST  THE  COMFORTABLE,   NEW   SHORT SLEEVE.   COAT
SHIRT,   KNEE   LENGTH   UNDERWEAR   IS   IN   STOCK.       THE
BEST     OF   THAT  GOOD,  OLD-FASHIONED        SATISFACTORY
"BALBRIGGAN"   THAT    YOU'VE WORN FOR YEARS. ABSORBS
PERSPIRATION,   PREVENTS  CHILLING,   NON SHRINKING.
Porous Underwear
it you  wa-it  the da.nt.est, cO$,eit   and   most   healthful   summer un
derwear,  get  a  Su,t of  our porous knit underwear
Athletic Underwear
in pure linen; COAT-CUT UNDERSHIRT and KNEE LENGTH
DRAWERS. You'll enjoy the pleasant freedom of motion that
they allow. You'.i delight in the cool comfort that they afford
You'll be gratified with the,r long wear because they are made
from   thoroughly   tested   woven   materials.
You'll   be  pleased  with their shapely, generous  cu��. their neat
attractive   finish.     Per   garment
50c, 65c. 75c, to $1.50
HAVE YOU TRIED OUR FANCY HOSIERY. FINE SHEER LISLE
HOSE EQUAL TO THE HARDEST WEAR. A SEAMLESS
STOCKING LOOKS SIGHTLY AND FITS SNUG. COMES IN
ALL THE FASHIONABLE SHADES: 25c. 35c 50c and 65c THE
PAIR.
j REID & CO.
I PROPER CLOTHES FOR MEN
THINKS CANADA SHOULD
BE GLAD OE ANYTHING
MOTIDN, VEAl, PORK
Fresh   Pork    Sausages   dally.       k
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
L.-mdon   Paper  Objects  to   Dominion's
Efforts to Get Only the  Best of
Settlers.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
V\NCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mmmmrmctmrers mmd D.*��re u, AU K,mm   mt
Umber,   UlK,   Shinglca,   Mouldings.   Saah,   Doort,
Interior FinUh,    lurne_ Work,   Etc.
Rah and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glaae.
F -RMERS^TTENTION!
Umber Alway. in Stock for Fencing ond Draining.
mmrtt     ��� ���������
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
m J _j_._  WMtmini
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
SPOUT OF BOILING OIL
PUZZLES  ALL   EXPERTS
London, June 17.���Re Franl OUvt
. omlng t.. Bnglaad t,> arrangi to
��� it -.i pollcj of government to *-���-'��� "
only  Uie beat  claas ol    Immig
.���:ly Bgrtculturall-ta srt��h ca tai,
���ho preaenl Immlgiatton League ol
Sgrioaltutaliata In the Evening Nesrs
proUMa againai such a policy, and
,,-k-i why should one daughter ol the
empire seek to aklm oir the cream ol
!-*nt;',ish rural population and f.aj.et
..a others. They, th.. league a_da thai
,y   tOllOWlng   BUCh   :i   OOUTBe,   are   lar
doing ;i  aarrli ������ to the m I
country,
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMFAHY & ANDERSOf.       Columbia
St.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
E-iirne.   B. C
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $725  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL    $6.75  per   Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR .     $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie &Co.I_
.0VR  AND FEED MER*. HANTS.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S3*.
Galveston, Texaa, Jnne ll <ri'
.. toda) a rv working leTerlshl.
on .-. probl-m confronting ih.-m >>" "'���'
��� . ,,f M Zimmerhaul tia*:n- bet*
w'lii'n- a ftoW Of hoillnis oil was struck.
Specially construct-.'- ttanis are being
built to hold tho ;��n-ilui't, which l* U)0
I,,..; to be h.milVxl ;u the usual WBJ
lh,. ��tilke wiu* nuule four tliiya at*o
For thr\ .- hours a column of hot water
sh..i into fiie air, follows by Uie boot!. Al flt-nt it wa_ thought Unit the
hea' in '-ie oil wan temporary, hut ����
I temperature of tho product haa fe-
niniiii-.l near th��-  . ���illii'-  -.-olnt
NEW
Summer and Autumn Goods
for   Ladies and  Gentlemen
A beauttfn] line of material for
;allor uiiule costume, and sulUngs ba*1
iu��t arrived.
We miarantee a perfect fit and .o��>l
vorknianshlp.
WING  YUEN
Kwong On Wo A Co. Block,
Columbia   and   Melnnes   ������������
Phone M. P. 0- B�� ������&
i
P.Burns&Co.,Ltd.
announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.  BURNS & CO.,  LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. t. TRAVE8, Local  Manager.
COLUMBIA   gTRtET.     PHONE   101.
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,  JUNI
The Daily News
Publlab d by Thi  Dal y v ���    P i
Inn C. Limited, al     ��� I   ������
The Dall; News
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E. A.  Paige Mana-jing  Director
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FRIDAY.  JUNE   18.  1909.
OUR TIMBER  SUPPLY
__ very excellent exampli
set l.v thi  i overnmenl ol Ni
In di, bare an tav�� ntoi s tak-
eg of   ' Umbi r tn thai pn ���
Th.   sen        of Profi aaor I.  n        ol
the  for strj   .', partment ol
University, hav    ��� ��� n secure
Importanl work  w
���rill       ,-   , .-,:,:;.',��� ted     in   two
Th i I   II        '
lin,I. '.    ,  |       -   ial   ii of a
.,,: icy.
ne    a ���   the
boa - werfl
Ine.        ���   ���       I
m-      riew * \'
nn>  rate it l( ���
.:.        ��� ���
pleni r cai ed
greai and lm ��� aaing di man I fo   I ���
oad    . v  ta due to I re ex
;   ���     , I for   various
lltactuiing   purposes   a::J   I'.,    cireurn-
., that th* tore
soft wood ii Burope and other parts
of th.- world hare i ��� pra
depleted. Germany and Norwaj are,
hor.'vr, carrying out re-afloreatation
extensively, and it seems Ukelj thai
in the very near future a almUarly
wiae poUcy w-ili be adopted in the
l_triti.il Isles. The serlousn i3b of imposition on the other Bide of the
boundary lino has ;���: ,-,<! the
American (*tv'.e Associa'ion to pro
a bill for establishing municipal for
est. in the various state*. This
measure has alreadj been adopted by
the Pennsylvania legislature. it is
forme* 1. we >,< Ii ve o_ the German
model, where municipal forests have
already proved likely to become valuable sources of revenue as well as
a material advantage to the climatic
and scenic conditions of the country.
Such, however, is the demand upon
the Umber supply of the world that
every timber yielding country should
walch the consumption of its lorest
products with a jealous eye, adopt
in- -��� i irel il precautions airainst de-
structlon V- fire, and put itself in a
position to know *,!.-��� measure of Its
future production. The mantm.
provinces, aa well as Ontario and
Quebec, possess extensive tm, e_
Our own province of Bri'ish
Columbia has still a great deal of Umber, notwithstanding the careksj and
wasteful policy of the Provincial Government in leasing the best timber
limits for merely nominal sums. The
original lessees hav.-. in many ca*. *
transferred their holdings to American citizens, who have now millions ���
of dollars invested in the most valua ;
hie Umber limits of the province.
The   result    attending   a   policy   ..I
waste  and   extravagance  in  the   United  States  should  be  a lesson to the
provinoes   of     this     Dominion.      Not
only   this   but   th<-   best    author*.
who have carefully studied ih,.- t tn i i
problem  of   the   world,   have   Utti   ��� :
fh,-ir  warnings of a serious sh-
if  not   a   possibility  of   f-.;-> *���   is;.:.
Von   in   the  not   very   distant   future.
Governm.-nts     must     recognize     that
timber conservation is a necessity. In
order to do thi_ effectually the i stent
and quality of their possi     ol
lie ascertained.     By this meant
. m   ii   b.   known   uiiat  amount
be safely cut from  rear to y<   i
It  would  be wis,, to apply a '���
��������� ::i of afforx ataUon
ll  i�� certainly  Ume  such  a  pi
-,   wis adopted In B.Ueb Colum-
,    .      I]    ��� ���      r ell    to ri
ih.- limi.. i  areas aa .-���       ���
inn    for resi        and 1
fi r   i    i..    -
in',  tors       Bul   there Is  tl ���   future
���   ionsld. .��� d a   | ,-,  wii a
m ol   �� li   *.-,    ��� ,   ||   'I,   ���
Sl��-'  I IP l;   i,,l,..     . ,1
Delay on tvork ol
Stock'.-, :n,j    j,    iy)     on    fo
menl  I     Ikelj   to provi   s. rlou    In
V    ������
probability bare been laid bar.-, had
ii noi been for the splendid wor_
don ��� by Uie new blgh-preaaura plant
which received its lii.*: big tail and
emerged  triumphant
ACQUISITION   OF   CONGO
WILL   AID   BELGIUM
Aniw.-rp.   .lun,,   i;     King     Leo
mail,.   ...    rein.i- i. i    .    spi I I :,   ln>r,.   on
the ..<-... ilon ol lh.   feaUvIth. In i   i
di , t   a   with   the      '   _ai on  of  tha
Congo   Indi . i nd- d ti        Be   sal I
tbat the gill of conv> to B< Ij
the   greatest     salvia       ri   In   his   III.-
ll.   declared   that   Congo  wou I
a  most  Important  pai I   In  the 11
on   of    B v-liim.       I bi     now
walls  of    her  neighbors    had   placed
Belgium  in  a   poesUon  where
chant marine and nev ,unlet, i  .  tt* i
I .,ii ii Imperative.
China, . v     e king, offered a
big fi.-',! for B Igiam a Uvltj
unoccui :��� i   I .nils   .ii ,i   min, -   In   I bi
Congo terrttory    might   be mad.   the
DCeaal -ns.
Th.  faci       t the kli    i onversc i ai
wlUi  H nrj   W   Diedeiicb   the
the
SHERIFF'S    SALE.
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in th<  ton   ���
ereof t e jud
Ul thi
tnd Inter it   ol George C   W al
: indent,   )������ one-ball    n
In    sixty fo In  the
��� ��� tons hutit
In v.".i. *.���,...> i frame i artel built;
length I feel      i vn. 8 5-10 ft.:
!>���;,';. of hold, feet; oomp.
engine,  cylinders    '���   and   U   >n-
���   -��� . horse, iwer,
'..       T< ���:-.     ���
T  J. ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff.
N- ������   vv June 14, IW8.
"GET THE HABIT"
New Arrivals in China    LIFE    AND   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE.
SEE THEM   AT
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street
W* buy I     ,-1 b and sell toi thi lai
If  you   are   looking  for  Bometl It will  p.ov.d.  -  weekly  indemnity   .,,   _.����,,  of
dent let ma ask you to investigate ' -  advantages of the Imployara'  Liability   a,
winch   I   am  .-.gent.   .   There  is  ah'    -'     ���   nothll
If you are  looking for a pn I '"r y��ur '*"'''���   ln  ca,e ot  death,   or   If  you
every   person   should   do,   you  should  ' '   finr  "'  m>   '''���  Poll<.'es   In   Th.    gqull       ,    ,   ,,
society...   Ask   me   about   our ordinary policy   or  18  and 20 p.iy-nent |lf_  policies.      ���    .
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
SPECIAL     TODAY ���Lipped    Preser.
ing  Kettles, 20c  ea.h.
Dupont   Block.  Columbia   str.r-
cSar Lumber
SUBDRAINING
The whole of the cedar lumber lying
on the C. P. N. and C. P. K. wharves
is for sale, either in one lot or in quantities to suit. For prices and particulars apply to
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY.
Ten r. r i |, ,-,��� the
undt: -v.. -     up     to  ai   p rn      Kn_->
Jun-  25,   1909,  for  breaking an!   mac-
ada   :z.ng the  Vaaoouver-Nen   Westmin*'.-   road   from   Central   l_rk   to
i v street
Pn iii.. and  specification* are to  V
seen    ���   ' ���   Eturaaby  municipal  hall
and sl  CoL  Tracya offlce.   til   Howe
itreel    V mc   iver.
Mai ���   ���-; ii   ior  r,   [ier cent    of
���-��� of contract to Boeder.
Lowest or any tender not Dec -
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C. P. SAUNDER8
GOULET
Agent   for    MARRIOT    &    CO.,    New     Westminster
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Specials for Today g
FIRE   DESTROYS
WINNIPEG   BLOCK
Winnipeg, June 17.���The busim
.section of Winnipeg wai threatened
a Ui di BtrucUon by a lin- early this
morning which wiped out a large
block oi frani.- and fencer buildings.
Tin- Gt-ea. Weai Saddlery Company j
ar,. the principal losers.
i'resident I-: y. Hutchinga of the
company stated al noon toda. that
th. ii,i;,| i.,ss Mould reacb 1700,000,
Of   which   j TH.mm   |S  i|���.   value  Of   Vie
building an.i ih,. balance the big stock
ami manufacturing plant, The loss
is, prett) wi i covered bj Insurance,
ib vi,Is ol which are being prepared,
ami ih, company will at once rebuild.
The building was an old one, ,'iud
situated in the c- nv. ol ��� number of
Inline and reneer buildings, oppot|lta
11    .in hall, uml with the high wind
' - Ikm   nf  I he  ill ,   W lull'   !���)   all
ASK   YOUR   GROCEH   FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR I
A-*_  ��te thit  you gel    t.
ANOTHER  CARLOAD JU   ST   ARRIVED
For   Wh.ji.   Barley,   Oats.   Ci-op��.   Chicken    F,._     Bran.   Shon.    mj.
We   w'H   tec   that    you   get   II    promptly.
et-. . ask   us.
HALE BROS. & CO.
Phon,  335
18�� COLUMBIA   STREET
P. 0   Draws.
Shirts
Shirts
IN     BLACK
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST
New Westminster, B. C.
SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
TAN.    STRIPED  AND  PLAIN   MATERIAL'
CUT    IN   BODY    AND   SLEEVES.
IIBK
BIG
SHIRT
Foi the WORKINGMAN
ARGE
8HIRT
A GOOD. ROOMY
EVERY   ONE   SOLD  WITH
A   GUARANTEE
Shirts
Shirts
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BBHBES
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
ana
���a-r.-VJr"* FRIDAY,  JUNE   18.  m.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
PAGB rtVE.
THE
ih St
ore
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
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n!y?y *	
AT    ���  -'   M     EXCEPT   BATUI   _AY.
Sensational 25-Cent
Sale at
Do not Mop to con ider���come at once.
nALTAL^WHF^TMr0^''  ���URSDAV    " SATURDAY    *E  A,E  HOLDING A  SPE
... OF ST   F,r7,e      J -r        lUN��   FEATURE   * BE   "   GREAT  OFFERING  OF  GOODS  AT  THE
1STFIGU*!       >    TWENTY FIVE   CENTS A L   IMPRESS UPON     OUR      CUSTOMERS     THE
. ALUE   OF   EARLV    ., IOPP NG   AT   A,       TlMFS r Tu,. ,m  .J   -                       UUblUMERSTHE
���HO-*,.    WHO   rriMr    i_s. �� u.J. . this  IS AN     EXCEPTIONAL    OFFER.     ANO
SE   WHO  COME   EARLY  HAVE  THE  BES^ Ct OF  A SPLEND'D SELECTION OF USEFUL
ANO   UP   TO   DATt      , 3t__-UUN   OF  USEFUL
THIRTY   PIECES  OF
DRESS  GOODS   AND   SUITINGS
AT    . . A R D
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Srr   Owr   W r,_. *._   ter   Bargains
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WASH    _ ..���   OS    bLCTlON
.     i   i    .   .     ������    MUSLIN
TO   GO   AT   _   YARDS   FOR
A  i
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W hit l   HEMSTITCHED
PILLOW  CASES.
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THRU VA   Ot     F
WHITE    . '    ���'*    LAWN
FOR   .
,   ���
whlti   lawn,  ���
, .1.  ! 2Sc
��� *.,,-,    "      width ,
25c   LADIES' AND
CHILDREN'S   HOSE
Ladies' black oa_hm*T_ baae, plain
and ribbed   Regular 35c and r>c. i>er
 25c
., .       . ...    ,	
snd :: .Wil    Ri                        ���  i ��� ; j^-r
 2Sc
plain   black    cotton   i, i ���
aofi  ��� per pair  2Sc
....       ct'on     ;
from pati          25c
B ��   tan  ni,',,e<]   or   p  |
        . 2Sc
CORSET  COVER
EMBROIDERIES.  25c.
-of   those   -.oods.
. etj    ������nii.r..i.i.-: ad an i
:        I ard    2t>c
TAFFET*.   RIBBONS
at _���:.  YARD.
ribbon, 4 indies
with . ��� e 1 .'lUr*-
<_.��;. .- - . irday, per jar.i
only    25c
SPECIALS   FR *.M   THE
READY TO AE.-Ve.   DEPARTMENT
l__di_s    Sm.
Yvst*.   si. < I
all aires.    Regular - ' n "*  si
1   for     25c
CORSET  COVERS, 25c
Embroider,   and
��� ��� ooi ���: *   made ol Bne ���    everj  si_.  in ihis lot    R. ��� a111'
.,*- for  each  25c
WHAT  _f,  WILL   BUY   IN   OUR
1   -NCY   GOODS  DEPARTMENT.
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.������ 'nt,, waah Oo
	
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ro.   .
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LADIES'   DRAWERS.   25c
s..ft finished cambric draw rs,
...la ruffle    or  with    tacks aad
bemaUtohed. Itagular 40c (or  2Sc
CHILDREN'S   KNITTED
DRAWERS.   25c.
Odd lines of obUdrea'a knitted un-
,. ear, ail a        and aei emi differ
qualli   s  ��  lie thej  laat  25c
CHILDREN S PINAFORES.   25c.
Bro,, , ol pinafores, si] i
.unoti, iroidery trimmed
x Oc for 25c
BACK   COMBS.
25c   EACH
eel   i'
aud   fane.
.,t,,:..        iv
roi
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,25c
APRONS. 25c.
Ladles'   white  ,m.l  oolored aprons.
v. Khoul bibs, sotin- ar. allght-
.  others in perfect oondiUon.
Oo values (or 25c
DO NOT NEGLECT THIS OPPORTUNITY. WE INVITE EVERY ONE TO COME AND SEE THE
WONDERFUL VALUES OFFERED AT THIS SALE. IT IS NOT OFTEN YOU HAVE THE CHANCE
WONDERFUL   VALU"  " 1NSPECT   THEM'   YOU   WILL   NOT     BE     PRESSED     TO   BUY,
TO    SECURE    SUCH    BARGAINS.        INSPECT   THtM'    Y       ���,-,-���   DOING   SO
GUT   THE  CHANCES  ARE  YOU  WILL  NOT  BE   ABLE  TO   RESIST  DOING  SO.
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
utb!.  meeting   will
ol tin- Westmin-
.   :  ,.     ir oo tacll.
-.-!���:  tne garden ai I
l-i
Frederick   Pea-i        Hu _        ;-
provincial avium
irr.e,i  to
���    . bj   Rev.
er      1     .  -.. :; re ida In
: 1 and set at
Ip. I
.1    i:    in dli ������   ha-   k fl   to
.Sl, ���   Will
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Kor   stylo   In   Parlor   Furniture   see
Une shown ,by
VV. E. FALES
\ beantli tl   suite of   G pleeaa lot
$27.00.
A  splendid    assort m.-n'    to choos.
from.
We hav.-    receive 1  a large  couslgn-
' of
BAMBOO  FURNITURE
Tables, from 50c up
Book shelf, four shelves $1.75
,  .    it stand .us above $1.40
You   talk  about   ROCKERS!       We
a. beauty;  hardwood  solid  Beat,
for $200
*- . Rockers, for 11.10
our    stock    and    satisfy   Jrou*.
Ives
I   air.
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i read  >   i  bo  _ u b  ��� Bjo ��� .   at
made   s.      I
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M-.-   Hawk rem      B.C., ��
I    L    M'l:
.    i.ai .  :    ��� ���   ���     She        a roc
i   ..'.- - -���
The plea o spend Sat i
iooi   .-  ���    take   .  rl rer trl, I
Btl ������ tl  ���     ������-��� .       ick.      The  _a
1 .-an :   - in-.,  r    Wl
Bt   .     ���     ererj   Saturday,   resuming;
evening      Fare    'me dollar for]
tie round trip. ������������
Oeorge Boames, senior, aaka for a
Iwater record of a cubic foot from an
��� I *atrvam  running through lot
��� ���     .'roup  one.  of  th*  district   for
��� .  and agricultural purposes.
Mr*. .1. b. Kennedy has gone ��� ��� -'
������ rial! her mother, Mrs John Bmith
��    .is seriously ill at her realdenc
��� kdale    i"o onto       Mrs    smith   is
'���     -ars ol    ... so that her condition I
i -.* irally arouses anxiety.
Sen   pins���new   Games���kool    and
utal ���        Bowling  Alley,  Front]
itreet
X'derman   Henley  and  City   _ng.i. I
eer Blackman  will leave for Portland '
-  i    to s--e the Hassam pavement in j
rman    Carter-Smith    go--.-
The  coolest   r,-creation   during   the '
la to be (ound k   t)
fowling M ��� .
' Those des:rin_ to consult their future can do so on Friday en
next, when attending the Royal Coin:] .'.an boepltal social, one ot the
beat fortune tellers ol the country
an  bees    ��� ���-..- igi |   fcn   this  pur-
The   Big   furniture   Store
612-f.'8 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
UNDERTAKING   IN   ALL   ITS   BRAN CHF.S.
PHONE   176.
Who is M
Successor to
,. HAWEIS
Royal Studio
WESTMINSTER, B. C.
eee��
I Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
t Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
teooeo������eeee��eee����eeees<
An adjourned meeting of the &hare-
bolder. of a new irtiambrmt company to i-a.'place the Woetern, now In
llqu-.lation. wil be held this evening
in the board of trade room. R. Whit-
more, secretary, will 5*. in a ix>sitlon
to show that a. "it $14.wo has tx-en
aabacrfbed towards th-- cost of a new-
boat.
Successful Musical Pupil.
In connection with the examine-
t.ons o( the associated board of the
Royal Academy of Music, and Royal
College of Musi,-. Mis.-. Laura Lavery,
of this city, has been recommended
by the examiners for the sol i medal
given anually to the candidate **"ho
obtains the highest number of mark-
In tiv Dominion in the advanced
grade Bhe is a pupil of Mrs. IXuld.
of thla city.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you have made up your rnind to do some 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 colorings in it are the very best that c?-, be used and are
mixed by experts who thorough1-/ understaio every branch of
the   paint   business.
Our line of varnishes anej s a>ns inc'uues the following: Jap-
a-lac. Baplac. Berry Broa. Hard OH and Varnishes. Standard
Varnishes, and Wilkinson, He/-.-. A Clarke's famous Engl'sh
line  of  varnishes.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Adams & Deans
BUY    YOUR    GROCERIES    AT
It will pay you to let us fill your orders.
..15c  Choice Seeded Raiains, Ifl oz. pkgs
only       __.10e
SPANISH   PRISONERS
HAD   REAL   GOOD  TIME
London, June It.���Spanish prisons
have so long held the evil reputation
of being dark, fearsome bi that
it com.-s a^ a surprtae to learn that
tho inmatve. of the Central Prison ol
m .i-i,t have een having a real good
Ume; rxi mti.h to that Senor Salillaa,
the governor of the prison, has jusi
been dismissed on account ,>f bla too
toi,-ran:   view*  on   prison   regime,
lt app< ara that among oth priv.
i,'!_,*s enjoyed by 'he oonvicta In this
,v,-i prison was thai of publishing a
weekly Journal, appropriately n
Force Ooph"-s of this were sold in
the prison a; One peseta i V." cents i
each, but the pr aclpal source of revenue was the advertisements Several
long B.: i, n ,- men were   allowed   to
Keep slocks of wine. cof. -' soap and
playing cards, which they retailed to
their comrades, advertising them for
sale, tor Instance, at  Cell  No.  .
���econd  nailery.
Tho Minister of the Interior learned
the tacts .md Bupprtseed the Journal
and prisoner-' traffic in commodities
NO  POSTPONEMENT.
,10c
Com Starch. 2 pkgs. for ...
Jam, in glass botUes. pe-r bottle ..15c
New Potatoes, 4 lbs. for 25c  Rhubarb, 3 lbs. for
Cu-ation Cream, 1 tins for   15c
Premium Flour, per sack $1-90
(This is a good bread flour.) Tetley s Tea, ;! lb. ti__a for |1.00
For a No. 1 Ceylon Tea wa recommend   Braid's  Best  at 50c.      Ask for
a sample.
ADAMS & DEANS, j^��f!i!i5?iS^
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
JHE Comfort^
of AaJjOMEr
Tomorrows Senior Lacrosse Game
Aqainst Vancouver is Assured.
During the past couple of days
there has been considerable talk
around town of postponing the senior
lacrosso game against Vancouver tomorrow afternoon, in order to ensure
the locals being In the best of shape
for the fbrtheomlag Minto cup matoii-
,-s i.m It has now been definitely
decided to P**y the same and aooepi
aU risk . Tiv matter was -rougrht
up for discussion after the last prao
tico of the boys nt Queen*, park   when
tho majorlt. expressed themselvea in
f'vo-- of pltiviti!*. according to schedule a decision which was endorsed
a< b meet im; of the executive on Wed-
mv.iav evening,
1
are truly insured if you take out fire, life and accident policies in the reliable Canadian companies
which 1 represent.
The great advantage which I am able to give
over others in the matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing 1 will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PH0NK 61
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY
'VS.
FRIDAY,  JUNI
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
UMITBD
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack  Line  and  V.  V.   and E.  Cloverdale to   Sumas   ..ailway.
STEAMER TRANSFER TO
TAKE RUN TOMORROW
Down   River  Boat   Has  Been  Equipped
WHh   New   Cylinders���Other
Waterfront   News.
CHINA
Brica.rac ot atl  kmd.-Plckar _'��� Painted China,
Some  vou s��r  <-����u more' but " one  ', "ny ,ln,'r;
There ll ne '",er n",d9 ,0 P1'"*-    mJf ch'n���,   ������"���"-���:
Designs are very  tm, and the  g oods  _,_   all  high Urjrj.
RATE   TO
SEATTLE
MAY   BE
CUT  DOWN
Vancouver,   Juno   17���THie   in._.c<|
tions  that  another  ran- war Is about
to be launched on th��. Vanoouver-
Seattle _un wor,. brought Into pri.uii
nenoe this morntng by the announce
ment of MacKenxie Broa thai, ootn-
inendng with her ne_t trip to Sea'
tie Saturday evening, the Rnparl
City will make the rouml trip to Hi-nt-
tie. returning her... Monday morning,
for $2. This Is the low,-si rate tor
th,. trip whlcb has '.a-cri in efleci by
'any steamship company outside ot
thi-    Inland    Navigation    Oompaaj*i
bruits
The  steamer  Tranafer  which    haa
I been laid up al the Behaake Machlo<
Shops whart foi some day.-, past will
resume her run tomorrow     Bhe win l
leave for Ladner and the down rivet ,
Iporta at two o'clock in tha afternoon
i.-turnbiK the same evening
The   TVnaafer   has   been  aqiglpps ���
| with  new   cyllndera and  hvr  sngtnei
have been generall) overhauled,   it Is
anUcipated that the eorh d<>n,- on he'
ma. Inner)       S .11      miii.-rlalh    lu. : I   .
,iu-r speed ajut power
Tin- balibui  steamer  Flamingo   >:
:ln_ In port JrSBterda) afternoon f"*
tin banka having aboul 180,000 pout l
..( fish.    Sh-   reported a Kood trip  "
weather     having    been     favorsi t i
throughout  BDd   bait   plentiful
Th., tug Five,   nuvie a trip to  ihi
stone quarry at  Put  l>tk>- ree tend
morning returning lata la the day a
a wiiw load of nttOSm for OHley Hr>,
Th.-  steamer  Surprise ol  the   ||   ''
Feckara1  Beet  which has been  I)
In the N'.irih Arm fur BOOM time
was t.iwi-.i down to Bchaake'i we
v.-m. r.ia.   morning  bj    the    st- i
Terra    Nova   The   Surprise   ba.    '--
out i.f commlaalon for Borne Ume past
It is presumed that aba '�� to   a n*''1 I
hy the ii  i*  Packeta durlni ��� I >  oo
lag  se.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS  FOR  PICKAKUS  HAND PAINT..,  . H  .,
HUMAN STARTS (.OLD       i
HI SO IN SASKATCHEWAN
Town      of
Whole
Payto.*      Dei.rted,    When
Population   Leaves   for
Scent   o'   Find
17.    _<>l,l
,1      le   ll-||      111    ���   ,
MILITIAMEN FINED
FOR NQNATTENDANCE
Sealed tenders addressed to the urt-
deraigned anil endorsed "Tenders for
Post Office and Customa Finings at
Ladysmith, B. C, Public Building,'
Will be received until 4::'... p.m. on
Monday, June 21, 1909, for the work
mentioned. Tenders will not he con-
si, !. rvl unless made upon and in ac-
cordane. with the conditions con-
tained in forms furnished by Depart-
mi nt.
Plans and specifications may be
eeen <m application to Mr. Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building, Ladysmith, B. C, and at the Department
ol   Public  Works,  Ottawa.
By  "-der,
NAPOLEON TESSIBR,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa.  Mav 27, 1909.
Pretty Parasols
A   FEW   MORE   OF   THE
15c
SIZE   JUST   ARRIVED.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
MADE IN CANADA
ROYAL
YEAST
CAKES
Best Yeasi
in the World
Victoria      Magistral.     Censures
ployer*   Who   Refii-u-   Men   Leave
for   Paardes
Em
���
i*QY>U
P. 0. Box 474.
T.I
Res. 429.
Sold and
Used
Everywhere
E. W CilWit Co.. Ud
Tufa-'!,I",.  OoL
Vlcti
the ;-
lea .. ��� ��� 'in
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li. aid     i think all I
ought to
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in   tbi oy   a bi ���
tlon   of the men
tor ao oa
.     ���     ���
'l!...  magistral       ��� ��� wm o
������������.-: no  ol
Igunnet ��� ol Con pan
Who were charged
t��o :  I trade ol
th<.  iii.i Install!
for a permit] ��� f >'. ',��� ���   ���
men < In delui ��� . ������     ���        ���    ���
to   at:,-. ,)
8.- k     Jun
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.    in    aiimbar "' ci-iua. h-*
���.. :.  staked     I _-   I iwn wai
deserted     rests daj
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tad as ���'��� bl a  t'
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FOUNTAIN PEN
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lag  and  being     .
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and described as  L_
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thla notice In ..
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CHILDREN'S   AND   LADIES'
FRENCH   BATTLESHIPS
IS   LONG  OVERDUE
Gasoline Engines Crystal Theater Hats and Millinery
We Sell the Celebrated
PALMER   BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
ANIMATED  PICTURES  AND
TRATED    SONGS    OF    THE
HIGHEST  CLASS.
ILLUS
VERY
PALMER
Bros, two
AND
���CYCLE
' �� I.OUNE
I V.. |
s_ ^a,
"'���Tyjn
PROGRAM      CHANGED       MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY    AND   FRIDAY.     SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Ch.ldrei    5c,   adults     10.
THE   LATEST   STYLES  ALL   GOING
AT  A   REDUCED  PRICE.
Connor and McQuarrie
261  COLUMBIA STREET.
Paris   ��� ronton
spondi at of tl                  .      that bo
official  n.  I
of U      ��� cruiser J
which left -r. v.-:    Coi   i"
sixteen  da] Phi
one of thi '  ���          the ship recent
ly  p.... .��� ��� ������ r  from   bim
arhk-l it thi
leak li ���
Phi '.��� '���, whtli
mini:,,   ������ ;���   ���',������   raaai i  Bbo lid   I i i
been ���       .....
���tati  ' bi  ���       r... ground foi
jcliniir . ha                  :
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with; twenty-fi
Th�� Ferrj of
to .i crew of '. ���
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THE        REICHENBACH
LIMITED
COMPANY,
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J. M. COMPTON, Manager
Ml
WESTMINSTER
Iron   Works
-OHN  REID, Proprietor.
ldFilri Str "t,   ���    Nrk H'Rsfniln.stnr
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Grand! Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betwee
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toro__io,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal buiiiness centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
AIko to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Pall-.
For Tinr.1- Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VA..X.
The scenic transcontinental rallwaj
��� ... ,.-1 with through (Jiniii_; Brst
and dining <-ar_. Atlantic exprei leaves daily ���;_0 p.m.;
iiaiii for Seattle and other southern
point, at 9:13 am.; train for Agas-lz
at v. I. p.m. V.'. ek -ml tickets boIiI
t.o local ; .nuts at one fan- for rouml
trio
ED. OOULET,
Agont.
C.  fi   POSTER,
Assistant (l.-ner.-l Pashenger A^ent.
Vancouver.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market:
Corner Kl_;_t_ St. ina    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   I/O.
BOWELL A ODDr. ProDrntorm.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
CHALLENGE   ISSUED   by
BELLIGERENT  ALDERMAN
,   Oni -    ,   .
In>.   :���     on   of    the   . ountj   ...
i,.. a roa  ���* hli h nearly i
i jjght between <       ��� ���
tnd  Council        i      ��� (."oui
���|,au,
'inin. Ill,,i    \  . k     :    ., _�� .    .,   ,|
Uberati
nv. r ti.  . oal ������ ndi ���    . ,, Ooun
olllor \'������ i., .-'   -,. col
league ou| ..n tbi   lae    of I ur:
bouse,  v. I,, .     . - ,..          ,., ...|  i,,.
rer)     oon ngs   were
sn Ui, I ovi      ��� ������  .   th.   . :,., !��� in-,-
wan act ���..'. I      ui  tot   ,   im,   there
wa    gn at > ci lt< ment in the council
i-l,am*,,
Barn
Street.
Phone 137
Assistant Gen'l Passen-,
Agent, 136 A-_m- St.
er and Ticket
Chicago, III.
IT PAY8 TO  ADVERTISE
���IN-
H E       D A I. L Y NEW
Woitmlnster'a   Home Paper.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
it-ip  'Pbone   18b.
Columbli
Baggage   delivered   promptly    to
any  part of the city.
~| Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TBAM DEPOT.
j
\ ���      and    in tha   mattei ��� |      t be
...... ,      j sn)    Uml    :
.���  ..ri  estraord   ���      -���   ���   .
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n sui     |uen    i ��� i.. .,,  ne Ui tin
f tbi     -,. :
duly ooovi i., | aad held at     >   mubs
.   ..ii ti,.   ...i:, .im  of ataj
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aamei)
. . ompaaj ba eo iad ap
rolunta I ��� ,i thai loeeph Retcht n
:,:u ii   i..   ..:, | be I    '��� ;. '..  appointed
Il.|ul,| .!,,���    [��� .     'I,,    f ir; ���   ..f     iUl It
winding ...
Dati & thi   lai aa) ��.f Jane, mot��.
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Chairman
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Pt\\SYLVAf.IA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYEH3
Successor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office,  Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
0. Box 345. Phone 106.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Thso. p. Younj}, Prop.
TIRED  STRAP HANGER
FEIGNS   FEMINITY
Chicago, June  17    John  Robinson,
���it   years  Old,  gSTe   lhe  most   original
rv.-iM-n foi  maaqueradlna in  woman's
'attire.
RoMnaos wm, ,.- i . . _ ,,. ���!,.. homo
Of T. A. Martin, ��� b< i h,. bad been
employed as a domeatk under 'in-
naiiie nf    Jeaiiii  it,    i;,,:  anot
When arraigned In court be eu
attired in a hi.i, , Mln walat, grey
iHklii, and wore a i-v,- black wig ji,
mii.i in. wore wom< n    , !,,iiiinK M, |,,.
'Wouldn't   hive  U)   l���    ;,   Strap-hB-geT
Rcfolnson was fin.,i j  . .__���!,j ,.,,S,H ,,y
Municipal   Judge   Haim
S. S. K er land
NOTICE
Parties having claims against UM
Re-Ohenbach Co., Limited, ru* rr
fiue��ted to presenl them si ottfe io-
setUement.     aii account! (iUu t,, tn.-
above nauied linn inm,t  |���. |)u)) f,.-t|,
wllh to tin- und-TnlKrie_
.1. RfflCHRNBACH
P. 0. IK>x 4't'l, N��w VV.-nt_oi_.nter
S.S. TRANSFER
Co in in en tint. April 1st t!n>At> an,. I
rninnf.r will ISfVS Hruckiunli K, r
wharf  every   Week  d��y  nfli-rnoon,  ex
cept Saturdiiy, at ;i pui. for Ladner
VV.'-thiiin li.l.in.l and way ports. Bat
urday ut - p ni. returning to Nv��
Westminster ftaturiiuy eveninx.
SUNS  TO   STEVESTON   TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
lteturninK, laavss W't-Htuam   U-_ad
every week day luoriilnj.. rxcept Fri
day, at 7a.m. and l-idner 7 45 a tn
Krlday lt-nveH Wetttbam IhIiiuJ 6 a.m
md Ladner <��' Iftl ��� m-
Additional trip Monday raornttiK
I'-avInK New Wi-HtinlnHter ut r. a.m.
This aehsdulS subject to chanKe
without notice
Kor freight ai.il  paSSSBger rates up
uiy lo
ROBERT JAUDINB,
Manager.
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Ml   V-...UI     I a:..l,IIK     .il     *
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.it Pori k.'Hk m . m .,
New Westminster at 18
Leave Nsw vv.- tmin
iii ,  uritrv at   .'or!  Relit
arrive at   Iliiiiiniiui.I  a:  I        - '
rive at .McAilaiiii Landlnj   .' ' '   '  "
arrive nt  Purt  Hull"",   -it I:" I
rive at l_��ngley at 7 M P ni
Lssvlng   O   A   K
cept Saturday
a,
Wharf,      '"
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"The Milwaukee
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st   Psui ������>
Omul'..    '"
Lm-.trrt"
"Th.   Pioneer  Limited,"
ChlcaflO,  "Short   Lin*
Chicago,     "South     West
Kansas City to Chicago-
No trains In  the ierwa on
railroad   lu   the   workl  that   Hl-l
���.qiilpnienl   thftl   of   U><-   Chicago,
wauk��e A St.  PW��>  B*B_lwa>
una  and operate  their  u��n
���11 their traniH B��o
uoeUsnos   "'
,ii,
l  lu
Mil
���pli, >
ilasptal
nnd dining <��r�� on
give  tbelr  patrona  nu
service  not  obtainable Sl����WW
yn    ��||" "���*
H   8   HOWE, Oeoeral AB"
Hi    eor   Ald-r   PO"-*"''- 0r'
131 Third St., cor. Aid FRIDAY, JUNE   18.  19OT.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE  SKVKN.
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Booksellers. Stationers, Newsdealers
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FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and ^ix lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
tront Street.
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.,    ���   ���    i> , ent ol
. ��� ,- ������ -
who  vis! '"���'-
i on the Ui      ol - "���
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C . umbla  Street.
Presidi-i - ., ��� li   l.   Lowry,
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guarantee-   for l
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��� The   .-
I I '���:   eartb   Bb0Te
Opera  House License.
Th.- ooundl    decided  to refer  tne
ail on of \v. N. Carty, manager |
-���: the Opera House   tor a reduction I
���������  ��� : |100 owing v. the '
t   ���msaiiafawnry   m-ason.   to   the
���- , ,;nmitt_<-- to report, wit_ ihe
tirin for  r<-dnrtlon should  be orought,)
In.      Aid.   Adams  moved   for  an   tm-;
.-.    redaction one :.a.;.  l>ut'
:re**- his  motion  wh.-n the other
baa tad
Miscellaneous
*.  *, ..... ',.....    ���< . f<_,r
���   ���   ,.-     fault   tor (68s   wa��   reierred
to tlu- mayor and Aid Jardine to act.
Th- Westminster Bowling essoi :ation
-    -������  -...inking  the    council   ; ���-.   th.
-.- ot ��:>o.
The real estate bylaw, funs Uwj
���   |   rat.-    at  24    nu.'.**1    on  the  doUar
..--- or M mil.* net, waa passed,
Willi. .-hipman's bill lor proti lalonal
loea st Ooquitlam lake, (750 was
ordered bs bs ;��_id.
I
-:is"K()IilX HOOir���the Flour that is Different���
been used in your home yet'.'   Ynu should start now.
ammo
tli Sal
In taking stock we find we are overloaded in many
of our musical lines.
Don't put off frying this wonderful new flour.
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..R0BIN  HOOD" Kieiir ���    - > ^       ���,-,   fprp.,
PO.       ""li.liu    -���       I" JJ   m^,   fn.,n   ..rob.N    HOOD
*    ' SjSS^-dso...^   It lathed
Ki....,  .* Ilgk     '-�� * yoursel' can eat.
I0lf  >0Ur husbsnd.  your chudren  or >.��J ^
Hon. tluu. that-RO.IN HOOD   Itarta -- ^ ^^ ^
��� _ -ROBIN   HOOD     Flour?
' 'pobIn'hooD'.^ ttsri- Idont forge,  te .of �����
������ROBIN   HOeU <jU|w   lU.ur.
-ROBIN HOOD" Hour jgjhejto that is making |
j^gj^3^; A11 w^^ j
~T���TIT.  ic- "Are vou using that new ROBIN
asking today I.--   rtM- ���"'���--���	
 HOOD FI-XWRT'
T/ie Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Pianos
i,:,..    .-.-,:..  Don nton  PI   . i, ma
i-i..^d.n,,   case.
Beeular Price, (360.
SALE   PRICE S200
beautiful walnut cased Dominion Pa-no
Regular  Pi ������ e, I4T.0,
SALE   PRICE    *275
One   beautiful,   upright   grand   Dominion   1 .ano.   maiKigHny  ca.--
Reinilar Price,  M75,
SALE   PRICE           ��300
One    beautiful,    mahogany    cased,
Staniey   Piano   Player,
Regular F'r:ce  $700,
SALE PRICE    *400
One    Lawrence    Dondatoo    .iano.
.o'.ightly ug-d,
Regular Pricv, (5o0,
SALE PRICE     *17b
Piano Stools
ar   (6.00,
SALE   PRICE    *im
Etegtdar (3..0,
SALE   PRICE *2d0
Violins
Organs
Ono  six-octaved,     mahogany   piano
r.ilve.
Regular Price (175,
SALE   PRICE    *11Q
One  six-octaved. oak  piano case,
K- .-liar   PliC*,   (11. _.,.
SALE PRICE ��110
One sis-octaved.  piano  case.
Regular Pritv (150,
SALE  PRICE *100
One s.-\-��_-octaved. mahogany piano
case,
Regular Price. (IT..
SALE  PRICE >11U
One  sixoctaved,  oak piano case,
Regular  Price, (12  .
SALE  PRICE *90
One  flw-octaved,  high  top.  walnut
ca.-e_  organ,
Regular  IVlc.   (SO,
SALE PRICE *"
Bargains in Record
Cabinets
tine oak record cabinet,
Regular pric- (IS.
SALE   PRICE	
.(12
One mahogany  record cabinet,
Regular price (is,
SALE   PRICE  (12
ThrtH^  sectional  cahinets.  each.
Regular Wee (13,
SALE   PRICE    (7
One record oahlnet,
Regular   Price  (12.
SALE   PRICE   ...
 (7
On,. Columbia Graph.phon..
Regular Price, (86, __
SALE  PRICE *^0
One beautiful, dark red  v.ul:n.
R-. ilar   Fn,...  $35,
SALE  PRICE    (25
Another dark  red violin,
Regular Price (25,
SALE   PRICE    (18
On�� beautiful  brown  violin,
Reg*_:j.r  Price  (20,
SALE   PRICE (15
One beantifai "Wilhelm Durerfeci
Violin,
Reguia_- Pric. (55,
SALE  PRICE (40
Another beautiful "Wilhelm  Duivr-
fecii"  Violin.
Regular Price $1.5,
SALE   PRICE    (50
One  Antonlus  Strad_variu_   Cr.iuo-
no,
Regular Pri, e (30,
SALE  PRICE    (22
Another Amoniua Stradavariua Cre-
mona.
Regular Price (20,
SALE PRICE       (16
One  iu:ua-.>n    of    \-ry  old  Instrument,
Regular Price (25.
SALE  PRICE    (18
One beautiful pearl inlaid vto.iu,
Regular Price (2",.
SALE  PRICE (13
And   many    obe;*    Instruments   to
choo_e  from   ranging  trom   (���50   ap,
to *.uit all poeke-. Looks.
Solid  leather  Violin  Case,
Regular  Price  (15,
SALE  PRICE    (9
Guitars, mandolins. Booardaoos, in
end'.ess variety, all at * ridiculous low
prices.
Sheet Music at 4c and 5c per copy.
A   large   assortment   to   piek   from-
Two  cornets,  formerly  (15,
SALE PRICE (12
Seven Zithers, formerly (5.00,
SALE PRICE $200
Six Sehooi Desks and Drawing
boards,
Re.iilar Price (5.00,
SALE  PRICE (3.00
This  aale   starts     Friday,   the   IMH
inst.
Th,- sale i* tor spot cash only, and
the  prices   mean  ou  the  tlix.ii*  ut   the
store.
,���   T,.K,r,0   STOCK   W_   r,NO   WE   ARE   ����������   M   H����-Y   {JJ^gft,   J^Sfi
ALL MUSICAL GOODS WILL BE CUT NEARLY IN HALF AS WE  AKt   __
----------------- OUR __________________���_____________________���
J. H. TODD S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE
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WE SELL THE FAMOUS
I PALMER HAMMOCKS
REGINAS STRIKE        I
A WINNING STREAK
Flour!)
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THEY     ARE    STRONG,    COM
FORTABLE    AND    DURABLE.
OUR   PRICES   ARE   FROM
$2.50 to $6.00
Now is your time
to buy your Flour!!
cheaper than any	
place in town,    j Small Accounts
Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET }
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���������eeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeee
! as well as large ones are welcome���
you need not wait until your hUBlness
has assumed large propcrt:.,!,-, .x'ture
opening an account
DO   SO   TODAY.
We have received
.X71.Vl.T_   . 1.Q   _QC.      .OT! ial1 natters intrusted to us, an.i
WlLlllll   tile  lctSit    LCll ] la nothing ln safe banking w<
1    You will receive every oourtesy m
in not
perform.
days five carloads, total assets over (53.000,000.00
consisting of
Lake of the Woods
Five Roses
Royal Household
Raymond's Alberta
Purity
Straight Grade
Call and compare
our prices. We
have the stock, and
we are going to
sell it.
The Royal Bank of Canada
New Weatmlnater, B. C , Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE  fine,    try  them     a
good stock for sale by
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
E lard   Block,   New  Westminster
Edison Theatre
Anio-ated    Pictures     and     Illustrated
Songs.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program   change.     Monday,    >*, eo*
] nesday  and   Friday.    Special  mi tinea
' -   ladies  and  children  Saturdays  at
p. m.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, ��*fll send you
(*rf\      a rtAfl-I _     D ""'   '  ' "'   t:l''   famous  Plant..1
������Ui   Al/AI��la,    rfOp. , mention  this pa;i_r
RINGS FOR ALL
I   have   a   splendid assortment   in   those   lines
BABY   RINGS  FROM        $1.00 TO  $     1.50
LADY'S   RINGS   FROM        $4.50 TO $110.00
GENTS'   RINGS   FROM $6.00 TO $  15.00
Glad   to   have   you call   and   look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
By Four Goals to Three East
End Boys Defeat the West
Enders.
Tl boodoo ol the I'-.. Be coaat, the
Jink*, hu.* picked om Uu- West Und
int.   nediate    lacroase    team  aa   its
. .. .   tor   this   sea��.n.       'rhe
boys   who   weai   gre a   ���weatera are
-,ij, .i, must ii this year, and at preset),  tbe future champions appear t��
bo   thoae   athletes     who     make   their
bom. ��� , aai ei sixth *tr, t and it _;Uj,
perton. out ot four games played
'this season, the Weal Endera, iu_t
yi .u|* uinivai-.-*! cbamptooa, Da-re
only won one game, losing two und
drawing one.
..sit-i.hii owning a match between
the  East    uud   the     Weal   Knd   repro-
aentatl*res drew    a    lurx- cri.��_  to
Qu.-en's puri, the S.en bIiowiuk o!
tba teams -living a��.i_ened consider-
ahle interval in the ev.-nt. I lie on-
look* rs we ������ not disappointed 'n tbeur
anticipations, a* th, game was aven
l.\ oantested throughout, the r<-��uit be
lng in douht unni the Baal call of
: mi     *:..-:i  the \i_',,ry uf the Keij.naii
j by the margin of one seal area as.
,sured. Hi., teams stood svwn unui
a.ou-. three minutes before tha end
of play, when the winning tally was
j scored for tin- Reginaa by 1'urdy.
making thi   .*,        foui   to three
Even Game All the Way.
i'l'in the atari ol    tne game  'he
ewu   Strength  of   the   t. .iul     - .,*   BO
ik-. a le   and   thi   * ���,,-    ei    o   ��� ash
aid i wi ���  > ,,ntiileut of a rl '    ���   Bee-
ill beta 1 elng ::..11< ���  :��
jeult.      Regina  Boon I   ti.    D      goal
Hav.. m,. Kenzle doing the li ��� -- an*
��� minute after the faceol               to th*
delight ol  tho Bappi rtontaas pn
Thla waa tho only game ��cor.-.l In tn
tir*-. period
Lund, who   played a str    .
througb sit, Booted loi  the West End
.early in the second q larter   bis fea-
: ringing   back    op, ths  straight
of  tb     v.'--*-   B ..1   ��up
t^,rV-rs.     Ten oinutei later the sani>
gain ,   ' ting the grei
_**��� Vurs  in   tin     ������ ��� : I ���-
: i iv-      loon  equaUseo
for the boys in red rags, i Bglng tl,��
...  .  . -,. n ,,:.,*��� more
Thrie   All   at  Third.
in the I     I Quarti ������    ������ was
:.,-���  v. :���������-.   .    alt     igh q ������'���
mini:.,    of poor ; u. *  a re made on
both  .*, !���     pro) - ���;���   du.-  to  lack  t
��� .. .
<>k<>  Smith sci.ir.-_ once 'or the Meat
Enders, ani iu-rt Henry followed -uv.
i.v u,,  other team, leaving the scop
tni-��e ail   ���   the end       thla  ;.-��� i<>-1
Tbe winning    goal   - :
out three min- ra tbe
end oi  the ' ���     ���    ll ���:..   tht   ru
ber after Munn had < "i�� aj-.-,! and r'ia
out of goal with ths ball Purdy
shot 'h�� sphere Into thi -,-.���". batata
the goslkei        ���       : ��� ^   .nto
his position.
Th.   \s >���_* _ni !- .   i deter
on   the  it- ���
th>- finish,  but  were  nttal .��� ��� i I
the lead ba -
possible.
i:   y   .liffonl.   who    refereed   Orel*.
��� 1    (julte  a nun, er of  fouls, in-
'   Ig   a   parti. Blarly   court-.   ,,:,
.his brother, who gnihbed one "f t-'1*
.'.>���-���   Knd  play-rs    by   th-   legs  Bod
'held h.'m secure daring a scuflfle fof
Th.-   ref.-r.^-  .i lm "��� ������ '    I
ilng this, but failed to fence tth oSei l
er.
���nis:
Retinas���(ioal. Ooutta; point, I'v.r-
-^ ���.', ,���.-.,- Roberts. . lefi - fi. I
Oifford, PatchelJ Fletcher; otntrs.
H tint K'-ii/.". 1.1,me Beld, Kit/.-- . I
it. ...,< Kensle, a Smith; outalde V.
Purdy.   Inside,  C   Smith
'.',���*: Bade���Goal, Munn; point Dig.
. r    Ma-1 ball.    defence I    I
Gel ralth,  Battson   - p   tei    cent-n
W. Warwick; borne held  K Warwick,
Ii.   Bartlett,   Henry,     outside,   L
insi'le. Swanson
Offlrlals���Ilefere...   \V    Qlfford     >i'n
:       VI alker Bang iter ' West  Bndi  .
v   ki, khoff . Regli     I     Timekee. ���
i   I. Keary, ('..-..-ge Orlmstoi -
The  Score.
F1R8T QUABTBH
Ri .- D i~H    M.i. K. n/.i     ... I  mil
8EOON_  QU \KTKIt
'.'.'.- ���  End    l.-ni.t : -
W<   t End    Land 10 m n.
ns   I'urtiy .1 mln I
THIRD  or Mt l lit
'-.   .-'-.-           I mln
��� End    ll�� nry ..    ', min. '
TOURTH or \uikk     j
Reg -.,   Purdy i.: mln. ,
Penalties.
Flu-.miniiv. penalties wei   awarded]
in i-i,-,  caae      The following ware
given chocks:     Bscond quarter, it<ii>-
ei ��� -'ii.    Sangi I ���     F txgerald.    third j
[Quarter, Henry, Ound,, Patchell   Bart*
;, ��� ���    fourth  ouartei   Qalhra th,  Fl'z- I
gerald.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, an. In London, Kng-
land, New York, Chicago and Bpokane,
U. S. A., und Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted, Let- i
ters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of th*
world.
Savings Hank Department���Deposits
received In sums Of $1 and upward.
and Interest allowed at 'J per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total  AsseU over $168,000,000.1").
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
��  D. BRYMNER, Manager
>*******++++++++++++++++++++++444444444
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t
Look This Up j
Ten large lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
THIS
STORE CLOSES AT 5:30 P. M.
GREAT
GLOVE
SALE
200 pairs of Ladies French Kid Gloves
on sale at, per pair
Specials From the
Hosiery Department
LADIES'   COLORED
LISLE   HOSE.
45c  PER  PAIR
Ladh . ���:      ��� ���
n.iv.     , ���������
dtnai. el ��� tt    Bfaes
..... .   ���  45c
BOYS'   STRONG    4
COTTON   HOSE.
25c  PER   PAIR
Twent ......   r '������'.. .'
���    ��� ... .��.:.:
that  - ���  o' bai i irea
���     '   '   '���        p  tl
\\.    p'a. .-   t-M li,   ' D   ���*!������
.    .,s��ur*jii.
..    -      ....  we hare Brat v.-   |.-i< a      Vi a pal
   tl      -<
...' :���    an i   thl    . *������   "'
.   .::��.-.���   ho��,t-   will  . .'    fj   I ������    <
������:.,.rat \..   I -���--,   -
... 25c
LADIES'
PRINCESS   CHIC'
HOSE   SUPPORTERS.
A specia . -, ���
. -   * mi i.  la   sort   t.. pleas. Mad
���-. '.<���.. i��� ,                      aad * '������'
...:,. :..-    aa i
C   M ���                    for a tai b
lng to hose; all ���
paii .........       '"'*
SMALL   ARTICLES   WORTHY
OF    SPECIAL    MENTION.
A    M.v.     ,,,;   OF    HAHUiv
Just iii; ai ��� ���        ��� * d an i , ��� ���
In ; ur  medium ot
ODD
BAC1   ���
��).M 1U4
.
BACH;
ai
���      v   . .
���
uud
iii,..:.
It- gulai
, .  ..
1 . i.   ��� , ,
|l ,���,
to
. ,, ,.r
a<
25c
LADIES'
CUFF   LINKS
25c   PER   PAIR
in gr
tailored
In,  |x r pan
a demand  for usu srlth tha
dilrt  waiata;   a new  lot  Junt
   25c, 35c and 50c
BILK siioK  . iks
Wide    -.iK     Ial.".      U<-.
and  brown,
ibe PTO PAIR
in  white,  black
Some Special Lines Cotton Knitted Underwear
KNITTED  CORSET   COVERS
'. ro ���    each
I'    .     .    ���       . ���      . .
��������   ��� .
35c.   _���_.   k'
LAD,I |
COTTON   COMBINATION
Knv ������:
'���    ��������- ��� b  ki.. i. , '. '.      even
, ��� ���   .         ���          weight
��� ��	
. ,��.l fur     SUI
*..**���       '     * . ... -,   75c.  $t 00
and        t' . .
LADIES'
COTTON   UNDERVESTS,
'.Oc   EACH
..   r \> i.-..*  v.    ���       ...       ,      all
���   .... ,.       a...]     .
��� ��� S;��<jni   value   ��� "*���
S��t   tl-e   .p.cal   ihovn.ny   c'   Cotton
Under-ear      today.        A11    gradtt    c
d,splay.
BILLIKEN   NOVELTIES
II,.. i-..;,.]!^/ p;i.i<��l lu< k    ltii!|i..ii    .
li..-,   i*,:       i ..  i-1,��   Bn  -
I'i.    > I, A��K   to    ���   ���
M u   iii i TON   MOI UDt
���
i'i.rv. ii iBIM   I'l.Mti.   Bl I   - ���
Ii.m    ir,   m��H k        I li,   .
ju��t  ai i in-.i   by  parn     , ��� Tan
qualities;   per di'/- n .   25c lo 85i.
A  Hli_ CLEARANCE  OF
GUIPURE   LACES
25c  PER   YARD
��� .,i,i  lengths  in  I,... >.   ,.<-,,
an.i laae. tloaj     i       ���   wn trlmmini
wuhIi draaaea, Kim,.n.i-   ���������     Regulai
SOc tu 18c p. :   ��� .��� -i      ' in
���nt yard  . 25c
WASH  GOODS
REMNANTS
Hpleinl.il     OppOrttinlt]      tO     bhv   in
buying thsaa tetniwuvit    Hundred .i
ends   in    .irintH.   cottuns, oamon.
ducks.   KltiKh-imia.      muslln��.    l��*r>., ���
i-ti       1/ii>;iIim   vmyiiiK   fioiu   I   rt UJ
S   1 '.'  >anl��.      Hnve    a  look  through
then   ' You   may   Bse   Jn-t   Whai   m  ���
nii-il
,W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR 'WOMEN'S WEAR.
I
A reliable kid glove at a price so low will
prove interesting  news to  two  hundred
women at least.   A few days will clear out   I	
the lot, so be sure you are here early.   Shown in
white, black, grey, tan, mode and brown.    Sizes 5 3- \
to 7 inches.    On sale today, Toe pvr pair.
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