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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  b   (,.
MMHI.K   I
OHMS' LEAGUE
tiEcis orncEfts
LIFE:
AC,.     HANCE
WHITE, ��%,, *S & CO.
260 Columbia       >   ''one 85.
"       ______
'���'���'���'��� . ���!    Bl BR, B  C, WBDN 1.
I   MOUNTS ., JUNE 16, 1��09.
KSIDENCE COMPLETEI
FIVE CENTS
wPY.
r
Jit -IKUV..1J BJ FIRE
MOD! I VILLAGE NEAR   DALY'S .1. MICHIAN    i��� Uf WAI1��-$
PATTERSON STATION     WINS TRIAL STAKES
fa Executive Appointed
^ ,  of Pftit Season ia
Reviewed.
*    - -      .n     Hjor-th
n up i��� Fiame.    Vancouver Owner Places Or-1 Society Turns Out to Open-
' Insurance.
���
ilt���- ,��:���     .11   it.,   ofl ...
._. 11 remperaae   Leagui  ar<
uaroTi       ' evening      a nam \ i
... _____rjf   im   V,     ..     .1
���iti.*-    rlaliua   :.- *
"'��� ,! , and oa
waa d<
-"   ���   la    afternoon
der   lor   Sixty   Cottages;
With Contractor Bradley.
ing of Historic Ascot Race
Meet.
!ire out
Quite
tween  I
I
I
TO SLUMN (LOSE
SEWER BUILDING AT
PRINCE RUPERT STOPS
No Inquest at all Will Be Held on the
Body of Chinan-an Drowned In
Inlet.
Th* tug of wur uetw.-.:., tbe pri-
viaciai authorities and the munici*
polity of  Burnaby  a_  to  the holding
J4.4     .
i wa* ���
,!..riu_udlnic his attention
.  r apparatus ..tatton
B-L
g, __ .^-.r)   oooupted    tha -i���    !������
. ji ,       ���-. attendance waa rer     �����
"m, k.r.i      iii_rk-d    tha   pro
-   . TZ ��_?��_
item*,   tractor
An
���xierr   ������
\itri a
, ������'������
-,, ga ���
H aa*
I     '
��reen thia pl--.   ,���. i_n,j nr_w ,>ing cleared
���     ���'  ���   -.: a forth..;  -, ,-      rhe coat* the cot.
Mi "���* tag_��,    which    wuj    ^ BabatantteUT
the   p--r-,/_*  named   r... , a- oldeet built   wil) t,���  .i..���, each,  and about
jyjjj. 3. will .. erected Or*
liiiir-       IB   lhi'   absence   of   Ii   B
rt-   . , t-andell   pre-. :r.���.;
"...        .   Bomiaattag oocbb
.  ,-Sf     '
..: na
��� village will rise be-i **- ' ��' IUf>! Track, Ln gland, June jof the coroner's inquest on the body
���-.1 Park and Parer-on j16* Boetety was out en masse today ���*��� the unknown Chinaman whl. *vaa
be I!  C   E   K. before thej*0 atWBd  t;'-' opening ef the Royal I*'    - -
n   months  have  elapaed. |_aoot, the gr-atew racing meet ol the
��*jr   the  well   known  con-l>��*a.-, the roja) party ��h-  present and
.��  secured  the contract  for I tie-   assen-vag.-   j_,   bei.-veil   to   nave |
the com        Ion of _xty ooUag<. at jceen   the   most  distinguished  in  thei
hit- >r> of Ascot.
---:.'���.   K.   Keene's   Ballot     ran   his
flr_    Knglish  race today  m  the Tria
Workmen Threaten to Strike
When Contractors Decline
to Proceed.
Prince Rupert, June 16.���Aided   by
fine clear weather the working forces
let off Barn, .  ��f th�� G:and TruDl- ***** ***4 again
be_n   settled    by  the  cutting  of    th.- |*'e*fn  to-creased and  now  construction
, """i*. oa the terminal line te being  pushed
-i
:.,  ec.\
_   I'-iiiiM'i  Address
���*:r!na   fr-Hii   office   Mr    M<
",������        I^.-.R-J.-        ll��-l    ..
ime   amount   of    work   |!,
a��d   .aisled,   parti. u��r .
���; .' sting :hp i^<op;,.   -���
..-n!mi-tit I tj..r.    was
��� smouril to do   aapi
pr..,\|-v*UI  - .,
��� 4, .--a o. the rieeetlva t.��o
, .,,     ...    and   th..   il��.   t.,   v
<,_ would   Inrltidi-   offlrerii   o!
h.
Recent   Art,
' "a        *-.-.        Cl,
Two articles fn
-.    ae
' - :��d
vi-
.-I
Captain   Pittenr_ng!v  8    M.,  did   It
The authorities of  the municipality
'and oi the province, __.���__ wltJi au eye
!to   tbe   .Bea   inc-den'-al   theret/j,   eac.
both day an��j night. High water te
the Skeena has damaged ttip grad�� in
places,   wa-hing out    ih.   banks   ar>d
_ta--^, ut failed to show       lhe race
clain.e. the right to hold the inquest |carr>lag  away    crib.ing    fillenl  wife
:   - ��� .- .
-'���u  publish, . ,    ...
.'   boob
- ���    ���
, on   t::e  Ujdy;     the    province on tne;stone  t_j protect the  roadb...  hut no
it.   i        i,  V   Tt   " s    :*ltlllan^1  ground  that tide waters came within ,s*riouh  trov.Je  Is  anticipated       The
n_A-   i',  .    ��   .,f_    r',��iu      i- >   Us JoriadteUon, and  the  municipality'new land registry    building  *. about
*      ���"'     '' ��� on the grounds that Its spher. of in-j complete-.
Daen     extender over the wat--r along I    B-cau-��� of difficulty In. haitdilng the
lta v.ores. sewer  coniract,   which   was   too   low,
Y- iterday      Captain       Plttendngn  the c-onirac-.ors have  thrown   up   the
,.,.,. -���.-., ���  ,   .    k bein�� among |JJS2    '^.fand fJrchl*'B Und"r":con:nM:'" thelr action neari>' C;,us,n��
and tbe bai
ano- at a later d ite
The owner ot the land, Mr  Oopley
of  Vancouver,    will   rent    or sell  to inatn at ;.. uj I  was third.
suitable r_shJ_nt_      toough land will
'������������ :.".. -.--���.   ���    .-.-, h hous.- t/> supply
��.,   ������_   4.-3   XO    I
fea.'.ot was 6
Th.-   Whitney
to 1 ,a the betting,
and     Belmont colors
regi '.   lea  for d'<u-estic consumption 'failed to show in the Coventry Btakes
''' ' '    ���   ''    *       t\.,4.
.  _ pec
ftoya   <��� ������
a-   boon   as   he  completes   bla  tha ' also-ran
|contracts   st   Kiiwlano       The   altoa-     The  race was won   b>   Admiratloi
thn : .- Ddld one. lie., high, and at 80 to 1,  witb   Y-ilow   Slave   even
:<i Central   Park
. , iid aci      It might .',���.'.    ���
,.., I   *~ as!   the   ��"*k Ol
M the     t"tii;r<--.in,a,      ��
^.l/ ������ *    the    i r ���   i Btaii
MADE   A   HIGH   STAND
, j have  it��  ��ff.-     ...
0e>.       WIU   r--rsr,l   te
n   .
MOond, and  Nell Cow   4 to 1, third.
R .ib  Cutter  won  the  Ascot  stakes
.handicap at  I to i       There were nr-
��� ��� ���    tartan   ������ ��� - i  ������   a o-ma] ��� comae,
'Laughin   .',: rror, at _ 1    Onl      I
���   ond  an!   V.. ::,:..    Ring,  at  100 to
���     '.-a*   th:rd
���
      Va        Elmore   Mer,.!h   Ranks   Well   in   Unl-
'     - ,...-���
vers.ty   of   Toronto   Examinations.
a foundation Meredith  of  this city, boo
.- ��� ���     - ef.r .of William M< red U   who reeides a-
��� ���   ��� eo        of Sixth st-reet and Fifth
word  today  to the Iron,   a  nan        breakdown,
  ettnet that  h- had pa-*-:  :. i exam-  f>   Oudin,  Jr    tb.   {.-year-old  *���������: ol
���r if in   ,,,,,,-w.,. ... !r-:- the third year of the gen-  Ctarl-i  P.  Oudin. a  milliona re  brick   ���..���.  _,       __
Ifllll NUKTHtRN :;.���,;;;���:.��� ;;; ... SHORTAGE OF TIPS
i
lecided   'hai   no a  seriou.-   strike of iQtj laborer.,   who
Inqu---*-   was  necessary have quit  work  temporarily  until  the
And   ' unsequently  no one   get-  the difflcu.ty  can   be  straighiened  out
fees.	
������������������ Find Log Kept by Paul Jones,
Vancouver   Sea-Captain    Dead. .    MOD,   June   ID��� Flag   Day"   wiii
Ca    ate   DonaUl   .HcPha: len.   Ship- become   n-,.-morah!^   in   the   btetorteal
;..:..    - ater f<>*��� the  Port of   Vancou- annal.-. of    the country    through   tbe
ver, ai i one of the beat known _*a- discovery  of    the :og  kept  by John
mer  on v - Pactftc coast. Ls dead.   At paui  jones on the New  Ranger   tbe
 mid-nigh!   Monday night    be    passed first Am-.-rican    vessel  to go against
Son  of Mlllionalr.   D,sappe.r5 R" awa-v,   at   *?ls   hor:fc''      "4 ������e  Briash.      The log of ths  vessel
a    ......      , ,-      . . L      Alexander .-street, at the rip~ old age ��-a*   found  among relic* left   _,>   the
OI     '    rears,   leaving  a   wuow   ,i.. .^-t.   _._,-astus   Perry   Jewell,   of   J_ac<��
��� ,ho*:     :   friends to moum  his lo*- n:a. N".
-:i:
\ fAILS 3500
FEETi tSCHPEl I1.J.TH
11.. who diel a few days ago.
Mr*   Meredith   made a  hi. ' '���'���'������"    tram   tli-   Sisters-  hospital   m ���
nniTi   nr  mmin r r genera   proficiency. u'at   Itj and came ��o Seattle, and la |
I AH   -   III   rlllVINlr Meredith is a gradual* of the com: eteiy   l>r>:   to  hla   paranta   and
ui   i nun iul Co;umMan oouege. having taken the Mends  deapite .. _um( dlBgeni  ���
:.      ���-    ...���:* ,.; bte Balvendty work w-hl.-.  baa    ���-*. made I ���   I .   young
at ���.:. ���   -  - tution. raa-u aince Thursday.
JAPANESE BANKER
FRIGHTEN WAITERS      IS HEED IN VANCOUVEI
K*t    'Ii!     T��������    LOrg    Tjlti
-_    S    I    S.^fr    Sl--      .��
1      '".sor     Htther ngton     Will     Spend
et   i Mteatoaery wo-,   n
Boll.ley   valley
THUlliHT HE WAS KINO
OF ENliLAND BY RIGHT
I -:     !.       il.v        .       .     ,;
, '      ��� :,-.'���
,. -v a on Saturday of thi
U _ .. ,.'������:   was I -   - -
��� .,   ms4.   erMl <���,-���������.
-.   _nu then ���'��� ��o ,      te -������ ��� -'. hi. u...
��� '  '. (-.-.- ... ....
���   ��� I        "    v ..   . .
��� aeon   �������*   ��� ���      -.ater- of the *
v ���.,..-     , ...   rivers      He will *���'
���.- ������        ... ...       .,'....
iu.  it   dn i.    . . .,, _i:i  on   thi
aacJousij .,,. .Kw. ir, :b,. un
!���.,,;. hoi   H<  '. nngti^i    will    ������
��� ������   whence he will take   ' "
���.id   V.i >���< '�������� ��� ���
iw,.    band
C. P. R      There
train and push on
' hundred   I
���  ,  .*. * o. hla travels
:.    a                    ��� 4, ���        ������    *.          ���
,     . .      :.-irlct   and
, ���   : .     ���     al bare
,..t��� i, -���:..-   H.  will
Physician   Who   Traced   Descent   Ba_��
to    104    &     C.    D.es    Bt   Wood
Clifle.   N.   J
PRINCE RUPERT WILL
BAVE FRESH Mil K
New    Anii-tippmg      Law      Has   Disas
trou.   Effect on  Hash  Slingers of
Spokane.
We
Known Seattle Oriental Arretted
on   Se .ous   Charge   at   Instigation
of Woman.
A. C
of
Weis of Chiiliwack Se.-ds First
. -     i
-
I   ��.,
ting i- ���
��*BE> ��� ik   UNIVERSITY
v
*- ude   Li*.   M��_,c ne  and
I "J.ntennj,
lai
�����:���      !..
���
.
grteuHun
a di
.������'-,,
'���:������*:,    ..
lege   Edmonton i  :
...
v
���  ���
��� \:.-ti-> ���
.  Mlarged
��� pai tan iv
BtO | '���' :-' ���'
ga through the
-��� ���  ,       j i-l. 'lot!    Ol
��� v .... ., aa I Bulkley rlvera. when
MDbark !������ >s-' Baalngion
���,   aril) lake    ahip  foi   V'an-
,     |    . -    .       a .VV.
. I
IN
TROUBLE    ONCE    MCRE
NNANI   ���,    r   AFHAID
OF   MARRIAGE   LAVV
..    June    It      T*0    '�����'
1 tram    thi    ���     rate a
...  (oi thi   wh :���
.--.    nl get ,:,,.
I.l ��   inw UU*  .-
��� ..
��� M i oBi.   ��� tei ���
in.. , n-. i no< >���".���  ;
oid Rover. Man Maltreated by W.n
nipeg   Spectators.
tronblei ��� ���   v.        ���   B
���   ���   Vork    lune  lJ~The  bodj   ol
.    Moatgomen    Moftett,    -1
... I;:.-d   to   be   tte    rigbU ..
. ..nd.   war,   buried   y ���'���
-. ���   L'.e a*.  Wood Cliff.-. N
Moffi v..   w [j.,   was  ���-.'   :������ ���>���
,'    a gm>d  (amilj    ii
.  and  lor  many   yea:*-,   :
;..-a..'ticv    in    thla cltj
���   he Booamuteted  unite a
and hi*  Immediate an
��� id    '-n.--d    their geoealogj
.   . I years B. C . and Dr. Moi
i, ���-. . ..   ed i    ���-  the true lineal de*
r. ��� .      Ja:!.���   11.        Ill*
claim ti      ��� ,,; Great Britain
oame tl ���   ��� I ������ Pis l, hr_i King ot
Sooi own to Robert Bruce
and  tlie  S:
Dr   Moffi      v ��� -'. -.-   edaeati I
man and on;-. I " llate friwida
did h.. dis. . tkmahlp with
��� \      -.;, ;. bj  formal
:,,.  the tbroi ��� an ;.. con-
tenting  him- If  win eUef  that I
tbe    crow n rlgl  ' longed   to |
him
Bov.ne   Population
Terminus  of   G.
tfl    Western
T.  P.
'.' ��� ��������� mill * li   ������ man ifrn taied
on the ground? al   Prince  Ru;*n in
near  future     Ip to tha     *
the tohabltaata ol that dtyH04�� have
��� :.    for ��� -i    to   .- ���:::��� :.!      th.-ih.  . .���--
a ���     :h.- lanued vartotj     Within
tew da>s however the first cow.
arrive at the coming terminus ol
hi   Q.   T.   P.  .unl   forthwith   set  up
In l>u.* :;������* - there.
The cows which will const.tute the
first borne population of Prince Ku-
- arrived In thia cltj yesterday, on
'.. steamer Beaver i h������> are
v number, fine healthy grad^ dairy
stock from the farm of A. C. Wi Is
at Chilliwack and apparently fully
.���a;_ble of turning oui large Quantll - -
of first .lass nulk for the Prince Ru-
pertltea
The four eminent oowe will be driven over to Vanoouver todaj and
���ah.-nce they will ship on the PHni *
l'.i-.itrice for the North,
Spokane,   June   15.���If   the  present      Vancouver   June   15���K.  Hlrade,  a
enforcement of  the anti-tipping  law (wealthy Japanese, of Seattle, who ar-
continue., and there is no raise of rived here Saiurday night from Ja-
��igH, made by ihv empoleysr of the pan, was d.-tained over nignt te tne
waiters, practically sixty per cent. ggKtetaatlon station and la^er ifilraeod
walti - te the best houses in Spokane ;On the recognizance of the Jap^ne**.
w..i , driven from the; .usiQe-a-. 0r consul Char.es were n__dc aga_uBt
ooiiged to .v-ek employment in othe-r him by a Japanese woman.
cities, according lo experienced wait-1 Another affidavit declares that from
era. March to May. thi-. year. Hirade wa_
It looks a.s if sixty i��r cent, of , trustee in ownership of a Japanese-
the waiters lu the best houses of Spo- 'rvson iu Seattle. The- place hi_*
kane will be driven from the business since been ciosed.
here." said Joseph Sheldon, president ! it is und.-r_-.ood that the American
of the joint board of rhe allied Tmm'.gration board will order the de*
crafts. portation of Hirade, bat wm give hiua
-.Many men have families to sup- k-av_- to appeal to Washington. Hi-
port, and considvring -.heir expenses : rati, blarje- jealousy of a rival boat
of laundry and clothing they can not ne__ man of Seattle for the attempt
ilive decently on the wages Uiey re- to keep r.im out of the United Stat*.,
cerlve. if tipping Is done away w'.th j This morning a dozen ot h__ Ja-
a raise of from six to Seven dollars Ipanese friends arrived from ik-atile
per week will be necessary in order to!to giy_ ev-dec.ee in llirade's behalf,
keep  the men  in the business."
Somt�� of the waiters in the best Spokane houses have already left for Seattl..
The men can not strike for higher
wage*, having recently signed an
agree-meni which settles the wage
scale   for the  next  two  years.
ROLLED.
ENTERTAIN LADY FRIENDS
AT LOCAL BOWLING ALLEYS
on
ih,. football  ti. ui arv not  yei  01 1
v. ii.n in- lefi _���
.���.   wi,1 .,v     .,'        ll    '
ai Win
nlpe,   and playing to.  1 -    -
!.. atand  '
;.hs slcten'a ��� nunlBa
Samuel Tenamaaba 1
1     Kiiiin,.     Shut*.-, .   "I
wm   through  tha  i,r
red   the  wrested  i+oa
���  bad airvsdN   bean mai
��� trtba. law. but beeanae
tereeta wer.- compelled
agate aneordlag to tha
law,
cent
.., 1     a.    .   M< Dowi
le.   Th.
,     .     a aad band - 1 bim ;  '
kicked in the race an I
dn    lng room   Ban-
n,*,, usury   t>.  aend
1 I ���      aV .1 *
��� -.. Ill,-
11   tru
.���.-,������       ������ ll      lnu
in.nt
A departure is being  made at  the
Weatmlnater   bowling   alleys  by   the
Introduction   of   n   ladles'   nlghi    on
1 ,L-Jay, Jum   ��2     No efforts' Will  ba
*,..:.',! to make .1 pleasant evenings
entertainment     The ali>-.s wil
closed to the pte lie and only gentle-
idir.it!> U.    All
officers of the club  Ih.!i...-.i-> and act-
: rafcli   routine ��  v, vraa Ive. are part.cuhul.   reqneated  -.
tranaacted    -eluding the adopUon ol  i"*'"* w'-tl' *����. !;l,1>  ��������'n<-''*
B number   of   n-jKirts      Officers foi
th.- ensuing term ��,re elected as B ���
lows       Presl lent,  John  Peck
hi   I -
ELECTED   OFFICERS
Men* Own of Queen's Avenue Church
Holds    Annual    Metting.
i:..   annual  meeting ol tb    M< 0 -
(iv.-..  Bible cia..  of  Queen's   Vvi        1   n acUng aa escorts
John     Mtrphy    Complains     He   Was
Robbed   in   Barroom.
A   man   named   John   Murphy   w��
notice;; yesterday by officer Hay with
hi��j   face   bV^-ding  from  a cui   under
one eve   and another on the  -ack of
LOCAL  MEN  OFFICERS :tu, he;il,       He explained that he had
OF  FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION been "rolled' in on.* of the local  bar-
  rooms, aud his money taken from him.
The   annua]   meeting   of   tha   Van- The polkv could not find justification
couver   aud   District   league   lAaSOCl*- \tor,  the  statement  so  far as  their lu-
Uon   football)   resulted,   as   was   ex- ^ulr1^  *ent- . bu:    8Cn* hlai to lbt'
pected   In a number of changes in the R<--V<-1 Columbian   hospital    for attvu
t   Tisdali   has   do- :iou-      H* is ^''amed.    but    rnakm*-
constitution.
C.
Batisfactorj   progress.
INTO MAYOR'S HOME
wo
preal leni   Rei   J   P   Bowell;    *���   n
i.4-4   oiadstone EUchmondj  tieaaurer,
. wh., knew  Saul  with his |charlos  K.  Osborne;   Buperinteadeni
��,"���   jii'i'iu-   consUtutlon   will of ushers, Ernest Baunderej  Buperln
^otaaTo. Se accident    Be tandeni of    the anpply   of   teacher.
1: ii h.-ie teat before oommlttee, J. C Loree.
An luldntis    on    The  NeoeeUty ol
i���. sorrj
onl] left tbs bfl��l
going awaj
.'..ntH-s will be indulged iti aad ap
prepriate [.riz.-s given te the ladtes
:..ivi:ii; the highest and lowest aver-
agea
Refreslunvnts   wiii   bJbo   be   at
.iurln.e the evening.   Those Innandelag
to   take   part  will   pleas,,   send    their
mimes,  to Mr. Carver by June 21. so
that   all  arrangements    can   be   com-
plated.
"���T��  - i P   CHASERS
SURE   OF   SUCERS
' ine Iiv���Tbe Teonniaeb oa
���   Wi-.|iiiiin!��-i   OH  S.ilin sons
!   following me iimteii arlth during tha
��� ai.  due to arrive al axan
iiivte,   ai   lu   o'l'li*'.*   lha A
ible  Study."   was  deliver.*d   by   Kev
\   M   BanfOTdi H. A.. B. I), chairman
c,f (he Vancouver district.      Tli Li was
followed   by   n   number   of   vih*:U   and
���..n*ii-,ii aetecthma tbe meeting cloe-
Vn>:  after a  farewell  iuldr.-ss   by  B#V.
Monopoly   in   Ch-swing   Gum.
New  York.   June    IB.���A chewing !
gate combine   hn*    been organtaed,
with   a  capital   of   |t,T00,000.       Five ,
companies  are unltlup.    one  each   in
? Wi
���    Ineaday nigh', aad aa the oollege a   ('l"j��'1;.
,,1. Batniday, Juna *��. the city la��t �����*
rill hav,. Um. ... atwteh]horticultural  altnation
e_-L__'     l'">r errtettn     They  are
' llftteg tin. .-iii>, e-pecially
��� exoeltanl showing nthia
Spying Out ^e Land.
it,,. to��nlnea received bj the -ac
rUir, ���f .���,. Board of Trade for suit
b.���. tend, te tu,- Piaaer talley aj
t*hlBCr_S_ to NeWUW-Stinte' 1 1   ^roWved  during tbe  evening. \1-.. Salem. Me. and Ixindon. Onv
lBSI few days tor -A-.-kWH ...
����, _;;,';���- tTOSSSFrm Mml Delivery is
���-*-    Ontario,  came   to
nated  another  cup.  and   th,-  distri.u-
tion .>f the trophies will be rearranged | "~~      ~~~
before next sea^>n A oommlttee was HURLS BLAZING BOTTLE
appointed to revtee the constitution.
which lias been lacking in many particular* Belleiontniue. O . June 1.���What i_
Th.-r.. will be a Vancouver associa-: believed to huvv been an attempt to
tion t<. i-mtrol the mainland, andlaaeasslttate Mayor Wdiam R. Niven
thre,- minor bodtea���the District 'and t irn his residence in this city,
leactie, Second Division league, and mu ma.: - early today when a bottle
Junto) leagui T .1 Mahoney waa filled wiih kero_.ne which had Oven
elected 1 ��� :, sibii! of the Van- set aflai ie, waa thrown through a
couver aaaociatlon and president ol window o*" i, iKUBe. The curtains.
the Junto liBigiin B. R. McMillan, carpets a__l intnUare in the room
presideni ol the Rovers, is eecretarj were set on fire, beta the fire depart-
of the junior organization, hi which ment quii'.iy responded and extin-
fcv  is  p.ii'.iculai lv  Intereated                 gulsbed the blaae.
  j    Two poie-.i-vn  standing near u��
a   man  running   away,   but  euppoBee
RARE  GOLD  PIECES he was gi v.a <- an alarm.     Mayor Niv-
SOLD FOR $10,000 EACH  en was elected on a "dT>" ticket two
years ago.     He Is a well known Deu.
11.   Barraclough.      Refreabments Rochester,     Philadelphia.     Portland.
New  Voik. June C���Two $.0 gold ocrat politician.
pieces struck from the I'uit.-d States ; 	
Philadelphia mint  lu  LS77.  were sold Brought in For Treatment.
at  the  Nuiusmatlc club    to Wm.  H. |    The city    ambulance   was brought
Ibrinl short  he went
ii ml Mtealon.
to   UH.k   ove:   UM
and bis <"���"'
to Maple RWie,
WcHHlln. a wealtln ooUector of this into use yesterday to convey an In-
city for $10,000 each, the highest dian woman from the BUth street .Up
price ever paid for an American com. to St. Mary'-, hospital. Sh. gave her
Both wvre perfect specimens. Fifty name aa Mrs Wilson, and stated tbat
dollar gold pieces were struck from she bad not been well for some time.
SntisfartnrV Fmm Start\a#��*UUu private diet during the Dr. Rothw.il examined her, and on
OUlI&IUCtUry rrUIIl  -Jiart  ���g mUvi^ iUiys of  Cai,fornll.   but hi8 advice .he was sent to the testl-
 _��� sq far as is known to numismatists, tution for further treatment.
the two pieces sold yesterday are the
V-���
���aunMa.
HKii-lnst   UM  ������hami.'oa**
bj
Included aiiHing the mail delivered ,    Th. men did not find much difficulty
the  uewlyappointed  carriers   yer  in delivering the lettare, as only mis-
was onv reglstvreil  letter, ad- si ves addressed to street and number.
magazine ���J��|^;jT!2JM0NiYfta_d��i�� wits one
PRINTING IMITAiK-n dressed to a West  End  resldeni.  the or  mall     for    well    known (business
only  ones of  this denomination ever !������������������������������������������������
���j.      0'd Tr��e Cut Down.
'       '   mapte   'ree   ou   the   coun
*.   which   vlthetood  tha
^*) ;'r.  ol    is��is,   ihouich    badb
i ;,;���'' -   ii��. Ume, utui
���w   York
,.f    the
,, _Tti > inhlian- remainder of the loads carried hy the tirma, were taken out of the post-
Juno '''-." Madame mailmen being ordinary letters and'office. This system will be conunued
Cosuiopiv,n   ���    ,���,���,,,. i pvwfppnpers,   the   Jatter   fomilng   the utttU  the. carriers are  thoroughly  fa-
rlagl imrt of their londs.      Kor an |miliar wlq, their routes, so that peo
allll-
coined  hy  the   government.
���rhi
has   l��'eii
er8    oi     '..���*    *-'',..,... ,,, lUi Indict-   ivwi
mem  charging ) ola '', ,ing or cir<*u- mitii
wnich prohlblta    ���' Pl^Z   Wm neat
Ial delivery, thf aorvlce was eml-'pie who expect  to have their letters
������     lio..-,.  ���viitly satiafnctory, the men diacharg-1 delivered    to their    residences  must
ui.iin   ,��� ������ .tit.�� tunc- llation of   any   lmUa,,(.'    mdlctmant, tec their dnttea la anoh -,+ manner aa funlah    their   correspondent   with'
"*" 'n th. c______ina_. nf the c��v, ! States      money.        ���'" h    June to call for tho comnvendation of Route their complete address or continue re I
m, T^iXy   .v w����U.ne,i   Ohargv.   .bat ^gj JJ.   W* .Inapector Oeorge McCort, who I* r-- '    '  ��� " **     ���
'���'"'"..ion f.TrTh,   e_*avation for ; Ih,,,,-   of   the  magw m m,nl��- nialiilng hert. for ��  few  drtys  sup��
".:������; Ol  Lbs new land  r.-gl��'ry <"-  ductl.ms of gold t+nm j_lB,ng ft, crrirrf,, |wlck-t.
*Wcb is dow weii advene***     ,ur**
livlvlng their mail either at the post-
offliv*- boxes or at the general delivery
Accusations of Murder in Douma.
St. Petersburg, June 15.���The Douma yesterday formally charged Dr.
Dubervin. president of the League of
Russian People, with oganulng political murders, and one member de-
clai-ed that the Premier, M. Stolypln,
had known for some time wh-i. Uie,^
inurderers of M. Hertzensteln and M. IT
lollos could be found, and yet bad |#
-efralned from prosecuting them j__
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Spokane.	
(Oame protested.)
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THE daily news
WEDNESDAY. JUNE   .,,   ^
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WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT
LOST.
POUND.
REAL
vertisements
ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.   ETC.
If a -ran had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and dia  not  let tne peool* ki
thing cf the value yen offer them in  return for their money.      too many cf
ow anything about it. he would not sell any.      You  must tel    the  peop e vshat y��u have to sell, why they should   purchase    from   y0u.   an_
IM have got  into the habit of thi-. afl that because we have been a long I " ��� ,n business everyone must of necessity WnOw ai| ,.
��<*    *-a,.    .1   '.. -!   S   n   .   r.OlUn.rt��    /af    T_   n*llw    M,-.....    an-    ___m    ���_���,_���    ���    __   _w_   ,1m*.
wares.      Use the advertiang columns of The Daily  News and  keep abrea,t of the  times
PERSONAL.
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE?���We can
And .*. " '        - life companion
any    r man    or   ��
Send  stan:;, for  particulars.
ern  D(.   ��� --v-    i:   \
Vancouver.
WANTED.
WANTED���YOUNG   GIRL   APPREN-
dc. -   etc
H. :! ,-  office.
LOST.
LOST-���IN WEST END. SUNDA.
gold bracelet, set with amethyata
Retain  Daily  News.
ROOMS TO RENT.
T.I        RENT   -Fri'aNVS.i: U      VV 'N 1
edroom  for gentleman  in   pri
.ern home. Phone ose of sit-
llng room. Address A_ , thla office.
NURSERY.
PRASER VALLEY NUR8ER1E-
Lake- -For
t tn     pbone 44S.
.V s   NURSERIES   -     PACIFIC
: - ��� .
10     '.', ���-  !r>.
: . ���    I I   bl :
Bt �� ��� iver,
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,   -::!!.KS   ..   CO
Betal I   : \       ���
City, I
WANTED- YOUNG LADY FOR OF-
ficn,.  work.      One  who  und rel
typewriting   preferred     Apply    ai
one- ���    '      .1- J. .I"hn
WANTED ���   FOUR        TEACHERS
M I, ah. for *      a        i
tin. city.   Give age, elaaa of certi
lica.e,  length of service a
monials      Ap;.,.ation* mus:  be in
by noon of the .tth   Inst     Robert
Lennte, Secretary.
WANTED        .JAPAN:'.-. PLAIN
cooking    and    general      household
work.      Arply  52:; Tw. Iftb  street.
Tv   LET���FURNISHED   BEDROOM.
Apply  SOB Carnarvon street.
.
TO      RBNT���FURNISHED      ROOM,
a for yon n     .
avenue;  phone B.  *
.?   HANGING   4   DECORATING-
v    WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Bu I San lta
��� i    ���
:
Btreet,  New   '���'��� ���        natei
MS   IN   THE   PYTHIAN   BLOCK
to   le:   In   -,:--'.-   rf     two   '.
hous.sk - | All    st.-am-!..
with    ho-,  an I wati r,
ranee   a:.,_   elec!:.
moderate.    Apply   a.   ii    .*,*-    ���
room 9, second floor.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE .v  EDMONDS,  BARRIS
��� i   ������ Helton    :   I
Columbia street,  N'.-w Weatmlnater.
W   J.  Whiteside. H   I.   hv
WANTED���GIRL    To    WORK      AT
the Roya! CMy Laundry
WANTED���Girl to as- * - housework. Apply 320 Royal even - --..:
Si-th atreel
ELECTRICAL WORK5.
IMF.     PEARSdN     ELECTRIC.     CO..
dealers*    in    e.ectr.r-..:    machli
fixtures and sup]     - wim
armai ore  a Irii g     mo;or  :
etc.      Bank  of  I
'phone 3_1. P, 11  B
FOR  SALE
TO MUSIC IX)VERS���AT A SACRI-
fice. a Brinkerboff piano -n perfect
cor.. end .    .   'one, al-
mcr-  new;   $260  cash   oi   MOO  on
term, to re.pi.n_;  .      . - ���       Apply
P.  O   Box  7<"      r 11.   Fou-tli
street, city
SNAP   FOR   SOMEONE���W��   HAVE
a six-room bouse or, Bne sride street
near Fourth avenue ana **i!l sell for
fllBO; this rents for t- There
is a fine view o' river right down
to the gnll ��� ���-ctric light is ln-
stailed: the rooms are targe a^d
airy, Setl it AAQOCll ten of B-
C. Bex 664, City.
FEED ANO BREAKING, STABLE.
J.  I.  MERRY  _   C i    PHONE  A601.
Corner  of   B aeki.   and   Cam:,
atrei ��� i a feed    i I
breaking  *-      ��� ���  for horse*     ::��� *
for   sale.      Reference  furnished
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON  &  AYUNQ,  FISH   FRUIT,
G3-.   v-���.���������tables, etc.     Be^p .���   I
oi d   Wind -- Hotel.
WADE WHEALLER a- MeQUARRI-
K C  Wade, K   r   a   v. v .  . -   \v
.    M,*l; larrte),     �� Barrts-
rs   ���'      ;. :   ��� ���      treet.
New      Westminster,
I       and the   .   ��� ��� ������  -. rer of
K B
;  I  Hastings  Strert  I
���     B    MARTIN   BARRISTER
and  Solicitor.    Guichon   I
md    V Ki bi     Bl -    N- ���
Weatmlnater, n  C
i.
W       MTBBS    GRAY     BAERI8TEB
ItOr and Notary  Public     Cur-
block, Cterkaon atreel  oppoattg the
Court House.      P. O. Box li��6-   Te.
������; hone 64.
II VLB HKOS. 6 CO. LTD   REAI
: .    tra   ���    i"   ���
Col .::     I  -'.-��� ��� *   P   n   dr.n   r I -
.BBOI F -v  HYDE (V. H  C ABI
Pi ,pr sb r.     v..      -     I
as, aotarii
.'���    irnbia sin-      P   11   Hox  .
Phone
I ; ON Of B
n   manager. P   O   B-i
I
li;N   &CRE8,    riVE    M1L1 B
I   town, on ��� mile ir":n sea c u
six acres    cleared      ....
ham       Pri-.    .' rma
SUBURBAN    HOME.    THREE LOTS
all        . bi J
��� ,        ���    ;--ken hou .      woo
-  -��� .:. ites from <
od a        I     l trees    I i
.    ��� .
Mi \!>\\i *  IRWIN   rOl ITMW v  ST .
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: .. ,��� . ........
        ���   '���', Van       i nil and i-'-**-
oar list of <-tt>. suburban and
tx-fore     purchasing     irlse-
��h��:e.
F-.R SALE���WE OFFER FOR SALE
on terms <'��� oe*thlrd cash, :alance
6 ari. ".. * :.*���- the following d>-
scMbed *."_cant ; ropi rty, C ty ot
N<*�� West- -.- av **.-::*.*.ons 13
������ -. . '��� Lm 1 tub ':. - 4. 1-25 tath
Su*--. 4 and .-��� of east part
of Lc. V fr.. blk. 4. f.*r, and $l:-;,
reaped reeubdivistoe    41,  45,
4?  r - -   r of Lo'  13, sub.
blk.   4.   fl56   each    s bd ���   I
10, 12. of lot  14 tub.  blk   13.  ?
each      Win g'-i   all or part of tne
foregoing as ; ir-_ha��>T desiree. Ad-
dre?r Hhcbcock _ Meeker, M. Pen-
/,(-. .--_t-   Panconver.      Tel  2802,
FURNITURE.
W    E    FALES.   THE   FURNITURE
Deal-: Upholsterer an! Und t   -   *
- | McKenzie s'-eeta.
"���   night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
-   phone   :���'.       The Pure Food
S .  ; y Grocery, P. o  Box 811
FOR  SALE��� EMPIRE    TYPEWRIT-
or. perl ct   order   pra now
Price i'-   <���-������''..     kddreaa P. O. Box
IM,  -Iry
y<m   SALE���LOTS  ON   SIXTH
carl ne    j. >.     <��� * v
ance $16 month j       Walker Bros.
HW_o-_-    p. 0 B  i '������ I dty.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
:-'ER.   a   C.   L\Nij   SI K
Ellard  block,  New    We.
:    B.   C.
-
LIVERY   STABLE.
���:���;  UP    260    FOR    HACKS  AND
-   art   turnout     The   Fashion   Bta-
���
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
: vs       HCTURE       POSI
on aate      .  ii   Mt. ���
J. O. Gamon'a 'cigar d        f Mael v   ���      rug ato-v
and    1 bi   Fair.' Coin: - ��� ���
PRINTERS.
v. I - ��� '.' v -   gR PRE8S FOB EVER,
kind ol rintlns      Mid-.-r teqea
('owle  i   ���
P    0.     Box   14.        '.   :
Newi   li- _   SUtl     '
RESTAURANTS.
IT'S 1     3TAURANT    _
aete,  -i   meate  for n       \\-   ���..
���   r.in?. All white cooka; r:o ' h
tai latior employed      Opet
nipht.     Opposite tram
tail :
GALVU-, LADIES' AND MEN S TU
liag       A  new line of ���prtnit eui'.-
iiij: Jus*  In       Button makine, pr'-a*
ng and rapatrtag.     Room I, -
- k     Bntraa ���    811 te at.
.* '   '    -.--���*  r.  at.
it ���'-. VL CAFE  (Mrs
tre*-. i      Pour oon -. * a.- >.'
v    '   ��� led ���
pudding .,- pie, tea, coffee ,
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      HOUSE
i. n    stn ������'   '<���'���   N. Oart]   ��� _���
ial  attract), : . innj{
th��. ��.-ason       Advance  t'.cl   I  ofl
Ryall'a Dr .-
v  THEA1 COLI M-
V
-
[traction
' ,���   Wedi .-.    I rid
EDISON TH    tl CO .nkk
Colombia
tran      ..nit���
Progra ��� lay, Wedaaa
WOODWORKING
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
BtUags;
.,  mantels
!>.-ril��:ris and  I '
month, sanif
vrteltlng I ' .'
.; B  a ���
-
.  ,,   r   \s     FRASER l "IHIK Nv
v ��� .. ii'.i.i gd tMrd 1  ���
ith       VlsltlflK   hreth
. ��� ,i   tn    atl
\  ..  i:  \v  ball, odd
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COl'RT BRUNETTE NO   I0M   I 0 I
..    in   tba
Bth ai    I ��� ������ ��� w   In I
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M- .      mlay
it 8    pi
���. itreet    a  <'UrK   vs
* bofietd   Becrel u >
ITLAND BBNEFI1
of i
Bret    ml   ���
��� *!!i In  K    of P
��� -'     . *nd
���      ROYAL    CITY    I.     ���
to   Oddfellows'   h*n,
, Prtdaj
, -   ���       loci     V-dtlag
will .....
���     ��� BO P
R    Fin 11 vs \:     BO   KM ll H
B   !>-<lre,  N-,   9,  A
F  snd A   M    Ki* . a
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No   11 0
Be] . <*r-, n    Vn    4<^J    I    11    F      ���'    o
F    Court     '.'. - ������  i* ������������ ���      N      iJf.
Brothei       ���     f Owls. Ni
U) IF 1 BADE NEW v, ...-.i
BStat 1V*H of Trsv ni'-*!s n tn��
Ixia.-d r_Ma, City Haii. as f'd.own:
Third Th.r-l.v <.; ,i_h BMAI
qoarterl) mewtlag oa lbs taua
* - te] ' .'���' r-.ary. M.-i> \.jK :.t
_nd N'-rxerob-r st �� p ri AUn-m
t:.i-r-l':r. ,���. ���:.,. >h::,i Thursday of
Febrnar]     \i>*  maaabeai  n-.-����   bs
��� |  *nd ��-l��*rter1 �����  inr month
jy ������* ���* ���       BMeUag      C   H
rt-Wads  m.r-ur-
TENDERS  WANTED
Ma an   M .rrtott  a_.i OtMapaa
Vanoouver   are open  '.. reeatve  taa
di-m f,r  rh>-  Who!* Of  v , ����
���t  I i-a i    of  'bm c��*lar  larr.'.r- lying  on
b.. <*    P    N    and     C    P   It    ml I
snd  liwr      - '      M !r�� ���n
ib,. atrei I        I '������>���!.:-1   ��
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LAND    ACT
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SYNOPSIS    of    CAI
STEAD  REQ
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!-�����- te     lag   ���
��� |   hirr:   in   ��� !���     ���
stead, the
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ba ri>.-n te tl
.  Und�� a
to kpply tot : bteel
Coal    <-<*i  mining
leSJi'd     for        iv
.���.f-srj  a'   ah  ati nasi   -
err. Not     n.-    ���
,in> -.   r   v, '
: ,      ��� ��� ���
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w *.���.
Mteletev ot
S H    ilaaatboi m i   i��j!
lhl��   .id-er- ell      n
tor
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THE
REICHENBACH
LIMITED
_ .   MPAM
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO LET���-SIX-ROOM HOUSE '-���-,1
Beya] avenue, near Fourth modem
imp-..verries'B:   rani   I A; I .���
J. M   McDonald, 201  Agm    atreel
r,f*r Elliott.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE BCHAAEE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited   From  street,    New   vs^ot-
mln-*-r m ir. ifactarera of modem
saw nni ghing.e mill macninf-ry,
Mil', planta aad specifications pre-
| a red.
STENOGRAPHY    &     TYPEWRITI'.G
FREEMAN     BIVNTINO.     BOOM     7.
Guichon hlock.      P. O. Box 694
P
171
.1    Brooki
C m> r    I 1
. i boa tti   Pi
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       ami
Typewr ting;  copy    work,  I asii ���   *
letter*,    etc.     Province   o!!ic��
lumbla Btreel      Phone iZ.
ARCH1TECT3.
W.  D   GOODFEIXOW   ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust  ���
EDWIN  v   W,  BAIT
boi   Block   Te
._(.!':>.'   :
epbon.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
SECOND HAND   STORE,
Ii   C   MONUMENTAL U'.RKS, JAS.   "w%~" ""-
"                             rer and Importer tVE   BUY   AND   BELL   FURNITURE
-mental torn atones, bulrting ,,.,_  aii  kind�� af new aad second
Satisfaction guaranteed. bead roods      a Bpeek   aaar Tram
Co.umo.a street, .\>w  We*,trninster offlce
FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
��� OOF     \MITY I.OIK;f.. NO   V,
i        -,-. iter  meettag of this  ^if.*
, . .- od lieilowa  h^     l '��� tan
,     ��� -. ���       ,>T��r.    M'.ii,!.-.      ��� ��� 'ilni
.-   i   o'clock      Jus    F. ���; oft!'
gran i    W. C  Ooatham   rat   *���
Rose OF COLUMBIA LODOE
118, s.,n�� of Kru; and B B Red
Roaa Degree meeti ��� ond ��nd
��� th Wedneadaj of ��*_ch month
in K. of P hail Agnes Btreel at K
;, in       whii.-    Ro .   ','��� t���   rourtl
C<Wno��   Land  District
Dutnct  of Queen Cr.JriotU Sound
Ta'- ��� ,       i    j;    V. .i       n   ct
I   > h��*��-p   ran   b<>V,
Intend f arn leeton M
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��� .   ��'  a :��� ���.!  pleated    at
- |   ,f Lewte   ��ianii. thanes
easterly, southerly an I area
-   rtl arlj,   following    th"
Une atoead tbe lalaad to tha
:  in*  i,'.   commence meat,    contain!**
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Clovei tele.  M   C    Jum   '      "
WILD RACE INHABIT
NORTHEAST OF THIBET
,   and   ba -        i
���   ���  ���   ���'       .-,- i   ��� ���  -1
'���    axrpi.ee g caravan   Be-
��� lance ea< ii man carries
'   oi ���   kind or ol ;  Rn-���
I. ������- Omlng   r-rniiinrei
F'"ench  Explorer  Br-rgs  Back  Account
of Curious  Nation of Nomads-
Are   Like  Scot  Clansmen.
WOMEN   AT  TACOMA   LIKE
PANTASKIRT. BUT FEAR  IT
c-eoeoeoececeooeoeo* i+nao+o o+o+n+o+o+^+f c +r +.- ��r* +-*f)
Cheap Lots
The Question   ^ Wat-hmdk
er
Paris, Junt 13 Coi andani d Ol
lone ba retm ned to Prance after two
years ,-.,., m Ul Western China and
North-Eaatern Tibet, at the bead of a
mission of exploration,
Th> commandant iu apeaklng ol
his experiences, ��iid: "The country
which i . xpion-ri In North-Western
Tibet, watered by the 'ipi'.'r reaches
of the Hi.nn'.' Ho. is thickly populated
+iy a warlike, nomadic race, the Hat.
faai, who. though nominally under
the auseralnty of the Chines. Emperor, havi- never been subjugated.
"Having :i social organisation like
the clans of Scotland, and -hi'lnf. well
Hummed on lmr*i-f. which ai'. a croBa
between the tb&SSy Mongol and 'he
finer S.\t:;ui strxk. Which they ride
wiih skill, they fight each expedition
which the empire sends agalnai them
aa the Boera fougfhl the British troopa
in the TranBvaal.   Their stock-raising
sheep, horses, goats and yaks���anrl
iheir trade in .kin give th< in ,i I Lhey
want    tO   live    upon.      'Ihey   are    very
sober  in  habit,  and   ijractlcally  live
upon rea (which 11).';.  drink wllh ui'lt-
Tjm v. ���      i me    15.���. be      Pant*.
skirt."  ,,:     p., taloon  B��wn       made
Its   fir ..   >,. re   tOdaj     ���
one '.i  the largei ���  dep irtmi - ���    ������
P'ac -i   an   i rhi li   In   a  window  and
dvei       i  them tor sale    Bo far no
woman renl ired on tbe   t__el  ��o
clad
The sidewalks In front "I the ''������-
partmen! Btore, however m
���������'������ the greater part of th. 6
crowds ol both men and women The
womej we.,i much divided over '������"'n
������" li utllftj ai,,i also ihe propriet. or
tbe Innovation,
| "I would like io wear a gown like
thai   an i  i  would  if somebody else
|woul i lusl break the ice.*- said r mid-
ill.-v-.,] woman, aftrr lf>klnK at the
DOW .   for many momenta, and her
statement seemed to meet with the
approvii ���f tnany present
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE FULL SIZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT |4.0.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET |M0
REASONABLE TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
o
n.ttir" ch-��,, i     well
a��  |Ood,
Is Answered
by directiutt  )ou to "." H,"r���
ron   i afl        .    tba   I Ift eni   nloek   .
and se,,,ml h.md crxidt of all kind, te
the city.
i have a splendid Omasa Beparatoi
tor aala, nearly new
Com.- nnd  ��wy> how mu. h rnor,>  foe
can   gel    for   JQtU     in..rl��y   her"   than
alsewhere,
T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
MONEY    T|0    L O A IN
c^oeoeo��oeoeooe-*oeoec^oeooeo*oeoeo*o^x^eo
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HAND   STORE.
Qold '.' itches for La lis. I      I
ap
BUi If    Wati h-s.   (ten:
16.00.
Silv.-r  Wati bea,  H'-n: ���
$7-0  up.
tgsnl     for     Walthatn
�� :.!���  Ill'   .
w inh repairing a apt i: i
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from    Geo.   Adams.   (.">���*'
DIVERSION   OF   CURRENT
ALLEGED TO  DAMAGE GARDEN
Jeati laj ...for,- hla honor Judge
Lampmar* In oounty court the tria] of
',un1"' iin l ihe Brunette sawmills
foT   'll'      i      was   commenced.
The amouni claimed is $700 Plate
llff. !    ��� ��� :u. .1 bj  Oeorge IC.  M..
'a. hai   a garden adjolnteg the Br*
.h'-tte   River,   clOBfl   In   the   Norlh   i,,,,|.
and  a   hoom  of  lOfa  helonirlni.  to UN
defendant oompany beoame amm_d
there, The current thereby, it . u
leged, became diverted, and und'-r-
Imined I portion Of his soil, washnin
ll away.
The value of the hind for garden
purposes  baa to  be  determined  and
������ ra) witn* tes have to be called
tor iliis purpose. The ease resume!
today, A, Whealh-r rep.-.s'-nt.. u,,.
defendanl   company.
Alderman    Mv,,    E���p|aln.
Montreal,   .Inn.    I        Ar   ,,���.   sr���hl(,n
.,r the Royal aommlaaion Prani, |tr,���iy
,i forme,- keepei oi i em ding hon ���
teetfned as to b ,, atlona wiih tba
police and told oi glvi.,. ,\|(1 |.r������|X
!chairman of the i- . committee
[who  wr.n   his   nol ,i       , boquea    foi
$4,000, $1,000 an,i j. ,, ,���. |i;i|(1 |j)r
land which Brady had purchased     Bta
arlll be rurihe,  ,,���, ,,,,���,,, OM |||(.t<i,
aad oth-r eb-quea and has  ��� n_k-
-d te produce hlH
Mineral Waters      Icoiamwa m
Aerated Waters!	
Manufactured by
Repairing of nuns, umbrailaa typ*
wrltem, and  llitht automatic  a m
ery nnd bicycles n Ipsi telt)
Alex. Speck
���Mmi ra ih ��� Whee
J. HENLEY
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone  13. Office, Eighth  8t.
ESTABLISHED
18 91 w��DNEM>AV, JUNE   16,
190v
THE   DAILY   JEWS.
PAUE TH1____
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Northern  Crown
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Bank
HEAD   OFFICL.
WlNM'-_  .
A. THORIZED CAPITAL
pa:D UP CAPITAL  ...   .
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TUO SLA LIU- IS
A HOPELESS LOSS
$6,000,000
$?,200,000
THE   LITERAL   BIBLE.
Theological   Graduate   Who   Does   Not j
Believe    _   Upheld.
*  *   '������ v June lo.���Although the
*'*��� ���    Black, a young Wh*.
h ... ,-.ic,u   graduate,  ueciare-
Parts   When   Effort   is   Made        ���    fau   does  not     ei.eve  th_-   -i-Hci.
of  Adam  and  Ev-,  tae  Vir-
Further       , ,   0.  .j_t. Returrectioa, he WaB
A   WESTERN   BANK
'   '''   WEITERN PEOPLI
Hav,
tc   Rai^   Sunken   Vessel���
Attemptt Useless.
admitted  to the pulpit  by the
."������A   York   Presbytery,  after a   warm
,  .ire  received  in  the  Sav,ng��  [>
withdrawn by  cheque without   un
Manager,   N.   H    MACDONALD,   r
���������eeeeee*eeeeeeeeeee��**����<
'-i-iiri, and
al|ty  or delay.
������������������������������������eeeeeeJ
  debate on  b**e*y.    His case  w-as r--
centlj   taken   up  and  held   under ad-
:     June    15,���While ria^ment    Among tbe Queationa Bead
���    Tyee, Pioneer and Resolute t ..     theological  rtudaot dnr*
'���' ig to tow tlie subin.rg- ing  :-,.   examlnatloi   today   were tbe
. from a point in the following:
''���**'' de   Puca,   where   Bh< ou  believe the story of Adam
K -.   a  collision   with    thelai     Eve, aa related in the Bible?"
v. ���-    Oceania   Vance       Not ir. its literal sense.    I accept
' .wing hawser   y which i' a i a Dgm -.'  tw replied.
tad   been   buoxed   parted,     'And do jou not believe thai, they
wreck ol tba rig complete, f.     in   . eating tbe apple?"
Mo."
CHINA
' ���'"  R*        ������ reached  I'ort Towns.-nd
with  particulars of the
(feci salvage.
���   1    ling ol  the  i.awser left the
I*. you believe In th... Virgin bir-b
i believe that Christ is divine, .hut i
BARLEY
FLAKES
MADtev
) ' CAIGARY AIBE-TAT.(
'(HutatiauK of as* c.r__. idoo-j>
THEY Will STAND
I CLOSE ACQUAINTANCE i
Eburne. B. C, May 2., Tj.'J.
The   Brackman-Ker   Milling  Cte
Ltd:
Dear    Sirs.��� Ai'.hough    1    did
not at first  relish tli__   Bavor ol
Caverhlll's  Bar:-.   Flakes,  aiur
usng  them  a  f-w   times   I  acquired a  grea.  liking  lor them,
and can now aay, after several
months' steady use. that for nr.
they    are    the    best  break last
Food on the market;  they have
a flavor of which I do not Ore.
and are  very' easily digested.
Yours truly,
MRS   J   k-. SMITH
i        , hrac   of   all   kinds- Pir>ar_-,  p, -   -     c    ,
y+n ��"'  costs more, but  none  \t ,. f fi-er'
���r..,r is rio finer mads to plras.   rr-y  cr, ni  trao*'-
[,,    pis  *rt  very  fin, and the  goom  irs   ,     blgbarads
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS  FOR  PICKAHD'S  HA ND-PAIKTID CHINA
wrecl ��� ���   A..., ,,0 hold upon the I    o noi accept the story of the Vir-I
ttt*. mal .       - attempts to bring gin birth.'
the  Bea   IJon  to  the surface  usi-pii...        What  Is   your  position   as   to the!
Bncui     red     >   the    beavy    coal Resurrection*"
tarnation ol Uie reacue       l do not  believe In th- flesh and;
work   w,    what had been feared  by bli ���: .���   irrecUon of Christ,"
'"apt    h    :'.   Lovejoy,   when   leaving	
the acem     ��� ���-.,   arrack last Wednesday RAT PLAYED THE PIANO.
The ������    '.-,.,; efforts of tbe three
relief '       vere successful in partial- Caused  ��  Gno5��  H"n-   In   a    Happy,
Bea  l-On  froih the  bOt> Pennsylvania   Home.
���   ���- trail    Tbe hold was with      nttsburg,   June   lf,.-.\   rut   whl
en-Inch    manllla  hawser, n.        ,,.,    M;.    ,���L .       ll4n0.
rdened   bj    tbe    eaceamve k.   .  ��� ������,,��....    boan ,,. .,,,. .. ,mJ
j" ���'���   '   withstand th.. --.rain. u.  ,,js. K���Ulylu.. ,,.. . .   Ilc<ir H ,...;
' ;       ��    ���'���   ��� ' that with th, wreck ���r,   ,,a   (<1Iged ft   ,;. ... txmble ..
tr'-' '    ottom It could be atow- <v ,  ,_,.  hunt     MlM RusS,.u   wh,, ,.
ly towed     ���  ore    where    shallows ���        int  prlncipaj   of   tbe     Hickory
'   -      -'   ������'��� - *   a cabii .      ta| reftued  to remain    in
������������������' house.    Th.   muaic-loving    mi
���-   '   ":"    ���  made dlfBculi   bj ,,_...,  M*y,  and  the  myatery
a ati .     -.1  swell th,^'   swept .,...,
V: ot '��� '���    ��� .	
e The above should be convincing evidence of their food value.
��� Ask your grocer for a package,  15c.
O Your baker for a barley loaf.
+ U you bake bread, ask for a   10-lb.   aack   of   Barley   Flour.    Made
J  by the sam. process aa Barley Flakea;  a book of recipee with every
:
e
:
e
sack;   we   guarantee   this  flour.
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
a
v,a*.
MAY   ENTER   CALGARY.
_   Grand   Trui>    Pacific   Believed   to   be
Seelong Suitatle Site.
uu ; .   ���    .
lie  d >   ���
Cai
'HORSE   THIEF   SENTENCED
TO THREE YEARS  IN GAOL
i;. fore  '      boi       tedgi    Lami
9    Brlttaln,   aha*
Jan es Mur]   .     <:     waa   ureate | :���.-
Il-    ogham  for stealing a horse and
. Ing   to   Joseph   Jordon,   of
��� OI    >'     -    a*' -
���    he  had   hired,    and;
i the si!    now o.
'a ������ V      - SI **
u ��� v   p   who 1
Ottawa w<       roved against the prisoner, who
driven acros   the boundary   wa.* aen
ter:   ]  '., thr.a,.  year-.  Impriaonmehl
|- -.-. aces for minor tbe I -
WE   ARE    READY   TO   SHOW
>ou how it is cheaper to buy our
higb-clnaa building materials
than it ic to purchase the poorer kind. We can pout to
buildings bulH with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the t.me.
Bu: they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness  lies?
GILLEY  BROS. Ltd.
���v    in
i a :nder other nai
Lime Juice
id be a -v-        :" h.- paaaed under -.he name
��� tba i, Ti'   i v -��� "���       felaaf	
a Written application for '
:
4
25c a Bottle
:at
| Ryall's Drug Store
All doo ���������*-.������.
: im   I ���   a
��� of tbe O. T  Pm C   n   R
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��� .     .      tmenl
��� a *
IRISH   OBJECT   TO
TAXES   ON
WHISKY
ELEVATORS  STUCK   AND
PASSENGERS   PRISONERS   [
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EYES TESTED FREE
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TIME   TABLE
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iTHOWll   0P    CANADIAN    NORTH
*l   I     ���  JMESTEAD    REGU
LATlONS
r:*a  urmioo  uf  l>o
te   M.it.itob*.   ti._sk��tcS
'' . i-i.-, -..., I aad
��� ..,    _������   u. II.. ��.e_i_��*d   b��
' is  tbe sole bi-sd of ��
:..a.i u\. - ii rears ...
'���' , Eteal ot out*quarter sec
���������'-'��� ... mora er isai
. *  -    eutrj      mm:
' . <   ihe   applicant   a:
Land! Ajcency    or    sub
I strict   in   ��Blch  tbe
I'.mry b)  pt.wy may,
.'. 4.1.. at an ageacy oo
..  the iathet, moth
:,���: UN   Bl   -   ' '"
r    |     ��� , .iltr 1   ;..   , ���
��� Bd  duties under one
ig plane*
SJ.I   s'._   uioulUs      .
. moi ..f iin- land  li
three voars.
eateadi i   in..,   if ba a
:,. :. .    required   ti
I   luinK   on     farming
��� . ���   i��v   him    ii"!   '���'
(80)    Bl rei   In   e.len!,   IB
, I ini boms Bta ad    Joiat
��� lead will not meet this
S. S. Kerland
1>aass   Langlej    I I       ......
��t  l'or:   Hani ��� :���     arn',.   ..:
at   i    v   a m ;   nr
Ha     ond at I   ���<��� ., m . arrivi
am.; arrive w
\, ��    We ��� BO
.   ave n * -���   'i
��� pui.,
i-m.   ar
,- m  utan i La idln    v I I   . ��� .
re et I       1 Ip-a.; ��r
-  ..   .-,:   L.v   '
Leaving   B    A    K     Wharf,   daily   ex
cept  Saturday
London, June 15.���John K Red-
no v. Kationallst leader, hoist-d
Vi. v : of revolt in the course ot
th> le ate in tbe house of commons
on *. ... s,-<-.,nd read ng of the BnaiH ������
bill H - notified the governn ��� '
the Nationalist party
would vote againat the b i lg*i on ���
'���������   ; ^m- nd that  li  waa groeslj   unfair to
tat'on i ���: Ireland  and   constituted   a  breach  of
-a>.   Light   a   Pos the act of union      Mr  Bedmond'a db>
galnst Um  big   ��� jecuon was to v,- proponed Increases
'���    lng   the    ln-Ulat��on     and ;,   ,,��� Ux..s    on    whisky,  which he
::.  together     A .- iractertted  aa a cru-*hine    impcat
,.-r.,-d.   whi. :.    tarted on one of ESrin'a few remain ������ng todna-
igbt   to    an    tarn ���   ...
....   piece of eteetri	
���  ��� entire weal - '���
(���tte river  .ire', te a larj AT THE HOTELS.
Portland. 	
:n.*��-!ivenlence  wa*  canaod   to Hotel   Russeh.
;.   .-'.-rators   an. M:**   H.   Elliott,   F    L   McFai w I
,4      ������    ���-!... w.-re caught !<���*���*���������    .     g   liaoOamen. Vancouver;   O    J.
-   .:: ants  wer..  ��� ���   | _q iler,  Brandon;   Dr   F   1.   Stteaff*
.i     ..'������i.'--^''-     durint
iccv-sary   to  tepa
MOTION, VEAl, PORK
Fresh   Pork    Sausagea  dally.
Beat   of   Farmer's   Pork.
the
���
���    ���
LAD.E-    ATTEMPT  TO
P   ASS   CUSTOMS   FAILS
Botesesrala,   Man .    C     Keek v.
C   F. nke   C, h   Cahan Jr   Vancou-
��� r    FYank Q. Smith ani  wif-e.   New
Tork;   K   L   _-u*. C   W   Betts.  Hui-
.,   N   V .  K  A   Mather, A  C   Math-
H    _b ������������    Vanco iver;   M   D   Ba-
..ii.ui   Toronto,
.TiPiAJr^r?
EMiaiEo
v.
I ��� ���
���
uvuu imi��_^;c_JLVi
you will iin i   *, te   ��� rantagi
i-i.     o tret
'
Sailing Prom Quebec.
E-r-press  of   Ireland       .   ..     ���     J"1/  2
Empr��-s   of   Britain   . Ju'v   16
. Female
. , ...   :,. -.-en, to be .,
,.,  v ��� l oiled State* gov-
Bg  tl -m   so      1-
the most ii
hlthi rto tl" li
.   ;       o tie    ��� teg! ��� -'    a,,^
\. ry **r.-.it
reaterda)   :.v>.  S< - '     ladlea    a
���rare  tuapected on a bu
:.      .
v      ... -     ' ���     rbe)
.had Juai  comi   : '        la on 'he
.        . , .       Unoi   -���������   tae-i
were :    **'
they
 ��� ,- . h ""'
oms     rhi   -vk waa     i l ;
. Bli lala
Windsor Hotel.
J. a   Pinkfa-, Langley, Oeorge Mc-
Court, K. I. Hos'iani  J. A   Ooona.Van-
u'.er;   A   I.   Herrick,   K   Harrison,
rerett, Waah.;   J. Sunbank,    W-__U-
Joh:i   QouW,   Revelstoki     teaac
ton,  Dowdney;  Irwin  Cole   Clayton;  Captain  TTacey, s **   Hawthorn-
bank;   R    H.    Beat,    Bdmon.n;   H.
Craig,  San   Francisco;   K    Pottei    3+
v     _ 1 ; s,,n.   Vim:.   H   C.
PACiric
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEM. _ AN.tRSON
Columbia St.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
cat on ol -iii* notice for th-rty days m
a dai,;. newspaper publi.htd >n New
Westminster, will be good and sulB-
cient S'-rvsce thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster. Province of British
Columbia, this 3rd day of May, A. Ik,
19U..
C. S. KKLIH.
Distri.-,   Registrar
To Yak (.'bee. Cbew tang aap.
John J   Weir.
BALLCON   CARRIES   THREE
MEN   10.000   FEET   HIGH
bin)
1 ttber (or uiotlier. if lt.e
.s.'di of a bomaateadef
��� hi reeidenoa on larmiag
"I   BOlely   hy   him,   not   less
' -"I   acre*   In   esti-nt,   Ifl
01 th.- .ioinc..end. or up-
nt  eiitPiM-d  for  by  blra
���v. Hiich honie��tett��ler may
j*r'"nii his own reeidenoa duti** by
,;"" " te lhe father (or mothei).
M I .,��� term -vicinity" te tbe two
0)'JC"(|I: :.araKrapha la defined �����
|1""'1" nol more tBen nine miles In
,''' ' Une, azcluBlve of the width
pittafl. d   Mans . Jun    I!
of tbi    nlloon Maasach iseti*
, ltd from !;���������*>��� at ll 17 a m
vv      w intern Van Bleet, ol thli
and w. <��� Bramwell an i Bd-
,,!���.,. dttsa particulars ap '. .   L  Robblna, ol Boston, aa paaaen;
ma ended al 10:M a m   te the
PM   hi )(,���-  0j K-V-t  Alsted.  N.  H        The  bai-
....   reached   B   height   of   10.000
Bernird   Shaw's   Next   Play.
London,   June   14   Bernard   snaw
-   tvrittl n   another  pla ���    slni  I  "The
Showing  Dp oi  Blanco Poanet," aaya
i%. NHi_-.ti       lt   Is  entitled   "Pi  -*
Cuttings,  Compiled   Prom   the Corre-
ondent  and  Fxliioii.il   Cohunna   ol
the Dall.   I'l-.-ss." ami ecaalate ������: an
... vai   diM'ussioii  of    woman's   suf-
rage   Bnd    unlvaraal   mlltlar.    se,-v-
!a-P.
Take notice, that an applicat.on
aas be-en made to register Peter Henderson as the owner in fee simple, ua-
dtir a tax sale deed from the Reeve
and clerk of Surrey, to The Corporation of the Township or Dis.rict of
Surrey, bearing date th.. 31st day of
December, A. D-, 1901, of all and sin
gular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premise, situate, lying and
being in the District of New West-
minater, in the Province of Br,ush
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as I>_ts 3 and 4, ot
Block i. being part of Lots 7 and S,
Group 2. Map 456; Lot 7 of Block 4,
being pari of Lots 7 and 8, Group 2;
Lot 9, of Block 4. being part of Lots
7 and 8, Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the .--aid land by virtue I Just arrived.
of anv  uuregi-tered  Instrument,  and      ... .....      , ���,
all  persons  claiming  any   inter.-*!   ta      %Ne guarantee a perfect tit aud good
the said land by descent, whose title   workmanship,
ls not registered under the provisions
of the "Land   Registry   Act," are required to contest the claim of th,* tax
purchaser within forty-five days from
the date of the first publication of this Kwong  On  Wo a\ Cc.  Block,
notice upon you. and in default of a
caveat or certificate of lis pendens be*
NEW
Summer and Autumn Goods
for   Ladies  and  Gentlemen
A   beautiful   line   cf   material     lor
tailor made coatun_e<< and suitings has
WING  YUEN
Columbia   and   Mclnnsa   Sta.
Ing filed within such period, or in de- ' phone iii.
fault  of   redemption   before   registration, you and each of you will be tor- \	
ever estopped and debarred from set- ;
titig: up any claim to or ln respect of '���
the said land, aud I shall register;
Peter Henderson as owner thereof in i
fee.      And 1 hereby order that publl-
P. 0. Boi lib
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
y  QOUUET,
c  p  n   Agenl
'!        'Wau-ea crossed
toaaaremea
(I)
i .fin
In    the
nt.
iioinosteiidm  intending    to
iri"   bla   reHldeiu-e   duties   ln   ac
elth the abate while living
* "'   ati rn- on terming land own-
-I   Mm el.   rm���,   Dotl(v   the  Bf.ent
��� tee ,i
Kj
"irlct  of  mich   Intention.
���aontha' aotloa ib writing maau
,!   '"""   "o   tho ColIlllllHHlOher  of  DO-
"""' Landa nt Ottawa, Of munition
^ "W��y for p.itent
Da
Put V
W   W   IX)HY,
"f 'he Minister of ih.i Interior.
FIRE  ALARM   BOXES.
\*>luwi.
,.   Royal City Mills.
,   Carnarvon and Tenth.
Royal Avi-iiiie nnd Flghih
l-'ifl.i Av. uin- and TWBlfth.
Bt, Mary's Hoapltal
S.-.ond  uud   I'.irk   How
I'oliimlilii and l'lilT. riu.
Bapperton
Royal ColumWiiu hosi'itul.
<_ii,en's   Avenue Bad  Sixth.
Third Avenue and Beoond.
25���Fifth Avenue and PW**.
26���Fifth Avenue BBd  Kighlh.
27-Third Avenue anil Tenth.
32���AgiiPB nnd Sixth.
���II���Schaake Machine Werka.
;;.-,    Columbia and  MrKenale.
���;,;    (*   P. U. Stathm
42-8mall *  n"^1"1 M,11>
s
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IS
ll
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it".
T0   Oe_en<rali_e   German   Government.
Berlin, June K">- Emperor William,
aa king of Primate, today laaned a de-
cree, counteii-ignixi by tba members
ot the orown council, appointing a
oommUslon u> report upon deoenttal*
lalng and simplifying the system Ol
government, The present methods
are oittnbersom.- and slow, espiviall.-
In tba provinces, which have to ref*r
a   i. in   many  gue.stions  to Berlin.
Thinks   Japanese   Immoral.
Hamilton.   O.,   June   13.���"The   Jap-
um-s��> ar,* the most Immoral ih-op <'
on earth, ami the |H_ple of the l>a*';
tl<- atatea who are ftrlvlng te k^-ep
the Ja|Kinr-e out of the public BchOOla
are luitrlota." Thus diH-lar.\l Ouy
Totter Henton, president of Miami
university, tn un address today at thai
institution. oentanntel celeb rut ion
Dr Ronton strongly Indorsed the i��ntl-
Japanese mov\>ment In the west.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wffl send yrm
free a cuke of their famous l'lantol
toilet   foiip, if   you mention  thi^ l��l*'-
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVES, Local  Manager.
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101.
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY
JUNE
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Ing Company, Lin v d, al
The th, corn Hi
Kei ���'     Pictorla  atreet*
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A.  P.Tge       Managing
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WEDNESDAY.  JUNE   16.
1909.
MINER   ONCE   MORE
that   Miner  wa*   he!|-ed  from QVtSldi
If this official did so express hv
there U nothing at ail remarkable i
unusual  alKiut    Buch  a circums-
It   has  not  Infrequently   happened
aaaea  wbarn pris.,!!.'.   wem   bad  ���
gaining their liberty thai the,  did Be
cure the help of friends OUtS B
he
an.:
whi
���
bed   !,-.   aed
���   Me sometimes thi
ted  a great  bnah  i-_  j',,.
10    thai    of      K*l-..;..
.   ��� Ri -���- - ry had referred 1a
���   tte   imperial   ;.rens!
:  ..-.-���    addi ���   ���   ,-
LIFE   AND   ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.
nisi  and h.   - .
,.f     which     he   -
.' thej <��
thla   Is   a  very   different   thvv ,|i*t.ini   future.   ...
suggestion of complicity on t._.   , ��� ren  nearer than
of any official of the prison. :"'
If you are looking for ,0m��.th ng thai will provide -> week',, indemnity m ca_.
dent let me ask you to Investigate ��hf advantage, of the Employer,' Liability Ac
which   I   am   agent.       There   l_   tbBOtetSl)   nothing   b-rtte-
If  you  are   look,ng  for a  ( rctr  tlon  for your family   in  case  of   death,   or   I
tvery   person   should   do,   you Sl '  ont o1 my  "'��� P*"e*ea  m   Th
society...   Ask   me   about   our ord'nar-y policy
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you   a
���   Equnabl,
or  15  and  20  payment |ife policies.      Both
-
INVITES EARL GREY
TO BUENOS AYR
'GET THE HABIT'
I
We ' ���        ':       ; '
. the  fact   tha-   I
qu. ir of  .1   D.  Ta> k
in th,.- I :  I ":am . *   upor
circii':. ��� cted   i
of Bill M
a  much ::
: to the cau.
in
��� ���
ph asant.
Our \ :i
voua
tr-n; ' ��� ' Deparl
.
1 - v-.u,!  June 16.- Ben     '���
Ma\ er,  cons vg sera]  ���
republic   South a- ��� ..- ���
rived   :n   <ittawa,   ha-..: %
sion nf it in.. H
r of  an I
io attend   in  I      i tht
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and   land    tra:.
I .     .     ; A
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layer a
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mlnloi i noi
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end   -���   '���
Special Today
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
WRITING   PAPER
10c
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AGAiNST   WHITE
The  Fair
��� I' lumbia Street
v. fur tbe as
SHERIFFS    SALE
. ,n no   mcerl
Pi
.:.
in  ��� ���     *
-    ���
leg | corruption        be offi
Departi - nl   ���- v
of the H
ments ��� ailing In  Q
of  such   : ggesl
le of a oon s]
tween !i    ,,;'. ������_"      v        ;������'���
tentlary ;uid
��� iin    influential     corpora
of auch   l nol
nai  aa   Bill   Min- r   I
are read with avidil rlnUnai
_ ��� _e men.
convii ������-. ol   crime,  em ���-   ; ���:-
.-..ry,  and   bj   :. communl-
on  known on: ' -.  con
WInnlpef
ma
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Canada, v la
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Duport   Block.   Columbia   strer:
LAND   REGISTRY   ACI.
i     M
I ���       un -
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to 1
.   i ���   : ��� ,:
'��� .
i-i City <
��� r.   .
,
'..i     of Loi iv
.   . an ���
���  i
���
���
Dinner Sets
"A |   !-4v(  ten  il  .
115.00 1    1
$12.50
,     **|U,r,
I
Adams& Deans
n.����; i ��� -
-    .
... f II hen
lames   i -     ���
will    -��� ofl |
Monday, th*-
���   ������ at ti -      ���
I Ri ,
New Weatnrii
t.  o:   ..-     ���
JmSZi
m. . ���-.���������
Uon of i the ty-four shares,    te  lh.
E
���    :.    :���/���       ���   ���
St.  Petersburg.
B.g   Str .;
St. !'��� ten     -   : ii ���   .' ���A -��� n
.
tea of S    i' ��� .       ..-���..
day      1. ��� ���    ���..-. 1  .m   In
ir.   pa. ���   .-��� -
In ablfi decla
vey to each other V. -       v. .*   .- -.-  .      - tel
tbe discipline Is     i This is the .though  tl i are   ���   -   .   ���-..
... .   . ___.!___-   non.       *  ���        ike has a politics    ho-
cause of tne nnreat   " has  been ���  . .        ' ..      ___.,_,
bis ana  wat  arranged ov the  social
exp��^rienced at the B. C   penitentiary  Democrat! ���        ��� Hreagtb    The
during the pa.--;  six  mor.;:..*   ar.d has ,cav,p..-:. bave takei      :
found  it.   outward  erpreaaion  ir,   e_-jv��Btage   ot  tbe   .'ituation   to   collect
: S'o ���!-":������
���    ���   ��� *
earn
��� am   ���
���  .-. . feel     -     - ���
.-
.... -       r atrok.
T��-:nv* i ���       ���    ��� -.-���
T   '    .RMSTROMO,
Sh-nf!
r Weal -    Inns  11   I ���  I
TENDERS   WANTED
capes and attempts to escape, on the
part of criminals during that period."
Her.-, then   we hav-. in very p'.am
terms,   tbe   -*.-'- ��� -*   outcome   of
enrred
Cii'i:-.   Fears   Strife   ,n   India.
��� r -   - ���     T ;n.-   15.���In a  speech   be-
the atitatlon :ha- has been carried on   .   . I Colonial Inatttnte   Lord
by J. D. Tayk. throughout the rect-nt
ie sion of parliament      No*, only Las
the  member proved   himself  to be a
nuisance and a bor>- I     bis    aeolfsi
re���_. 3  the  officials.  Or    .-
forward  week after week through the
-���---.. n -:--;���' USfble,   in   a
s-reater or leea   i'-gn*-   for the- condi
tion of unrest, as the i*.   -   "
it. which has existed a- the P nlten
tiary   for  the v.
-������������,.-.-���    tent i ..    ���   -
from that institution.
i-i-.-.-.     - ���   -. - vid.  .-  ���-'���-'
D. Ta    t of th- i>
-   ������ v    ; .    . .:.    tbe   '       ���:
other i    ���   .'���
���   were t--. te h
;.-a*^'l . - ���:..,.-
of .].-���. ���&���  the    Hon.   lii
Ayteeworth ofceei .   .   ukj^-
rhan mate.-,,;, tor :-.-..     i ��� *
controveiey.     Thi      d ;  ������- '  revi  .
any :.. m tacts *.' m it-
Ur   DawBOi   ,-.:���"
Ufy  the  allej
splrac]      All tbia -*��������������� <>'��� count   ea
oded     1        -. ��� ���      Kcim
Bouri ���-        .  ������.   ��� ......
We  feel that the  _
.lie will af
��� onctasfcm    that  the    .-.  .
loni   .. ' ���   . ���  ���     to tin
tho    or aa a mea .    ������: ���
���   ���
Again, there wen
Sard ti ���     '      ; ..
Bourke.  ���
ei tors   Otl va - ���.
���
���
���     ���  ������
C   P   EL tele
-     ��� _   !'...-
'.-aii Ity,  to  In-
��1
iv,.      I tor I
und   ���      d    ,-.      All   Un    wild
Uona   ;,,   to   v..    ��� v
official! and others in
'v     Incl    -.   v .   fai] to
Pled B   IU .   :���     ... -    of  iin   in:.'-
of Inuendo and  . ,. ,    thai   waa
.rough! forward in the House.     And
the wonderful ater,  a oui tbe ball of
the notorious convict bavlng been aJ
"... .1 :r, grow, goes thi   same wa;..
li wou'.i seem thai ex-Deputj Warden Bourke was i a I one In a
position to throw mud al other officiate of the department Inspector
iv* on .-ays thai h.- had occasion to
cal| Hie attention ol Bourke to ine
neglect of tin prison rules in regard
..) the cutting of oonvlcte' hai. when
lie visited the penitentiary in June,
1907. The inv��� lio, also points out
regajdlng the visits to Miner thai ii
.vis "altogether againsl all penitentiary practice to have permitted Buch
Interviews as apparentl) took place.
i: has been stated thai tbe 'napec
Admits iha'   there  waa  no doubt
formerly     viceroy  of   India
I LSI major!--  . '     ���   ; eople
��� ��� .-,--.  -A.-.f entirely wltl
-   ��� ���-��� ���������:���        ��� aw '  --. wa_
aitl   Illegitimate, and  li
Tendon arlll   a '**������ teed    ���
:    up  to  the    !l#t "of  J ll
. ���  ���   for  the f -*��:rtK*tion  and   am
tion  of  a  tinier  trestle   I ' dir.-  "'���
Glen   *>.-.^��k  oa   .Ixth  avenu<',   wtth
: '.-���>.  Weetmlnstet
ns   condl'iona    of    contrart  ani
���   ' ������' * ��� ,\n  be seen  at  th-
crj.'i-e.r'(! off.. .
Tbe lowi   ' oi    n*. tender not
-   -
\V    .   Dl NOAN
City I
City Hal    in.'     1909
'
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I) ...
.    ;    , ���   .tier.
.:. .
mlng  any
��� :    -.     -
���    ������
pei   ��� raet  in the
SSld     . '.! I ���    !��
Dot r     -   *  ��� tbe proi    ons of
tha     ..,'!':-.'
- - ,   .       | and de
-..��������� r._   l|   ..:.-   ..*.::-  te  or  te  respect
ol the s-H Kind v* atM tot taxes gi
provi led by thi    Land B        "���   ad
NOTICE
B. C. Mills, Timber andl
Trading Company
V .NCOUVKR AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Vf-ini-,.. f Ur. r��  and Itmaiwrt  m   AU Ktna    ol
Lumber,    Lath,    Shingles,    Mouldings,    .Sash
Interior  Finish,     turned  Work.     Lt.
F*iah and  Fruit  Boxes,
l-arge Stock  Plain and  Fancy Glass.
I ��>)' ri
\
I
Parttea   bavlng  claii
Kel, : ��� ' <���'���       l.:rr .������  1
qneeted to pr-^e-n-  then    .-    see te
��� ������ emant       \ II
abov.- o     ��� I ' ' i II
with   tl
J   v -BACH
i-   0   Boi  ;:
r _RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber  Always  in  Stock  for   Fencing and  Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone   12.
Nrw   Wc��lmi:iltrr
Specials for Today I
Women's White Canvas
Blucher Cut Oxfords, per
pair
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ASK   YObR   GROCER   FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR I
And tee that you jet ,!.
ANOTHER  CARLOAD  JL   ST   A   .RiVED
Wnn,
asi   u��
Barley.
We
Oatt.  CHop��,   C**.'
a       tre   tin* t   you
lean   - ��rd.   B-an.   Shor
get    ,!    promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO.
.Th.
Pr-ont   33.
186 COLUMBIA   STREET
P   O   D'**f
i _�����*����__-*'���
Shirts
a����-��EBNr_
Shirts
BLACK.
THE STORE FOR MEDIUM-PRICED SHOES
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sifcn of the Big Electric Boot
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE
New Westminster,
b. c.
B.C.
TAN.    STRIPE D   AND  PLAIN   MATERIALS
CUT    IN   BODY   AND    SLEEVES.
HBK
BIG
SHIRT
For tht WORKINGMAN
SHIRT
A  GOOD, ROOMY
EVERY   ONE   SOLD  WITH
A   GUARANTEE
Shirts
Shirts
���>R
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BB^BBH5_5SE_>BBBS_3
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
��_��_��'���:_
ar ���..���wj.1-- '.w!_".'
_ffgg_ag wEDNE^AV    JUNE   16,   1909.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
page rrva.
THE
(   ;h Store
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
'  P   M     EXCEPT   SATIV      '
Special Sale of
hildren's
Regular Values to $1.50 for 75c
Owing to our stock of I , goods being far too
heavy tor this time oi the year, we intend to makea
-vat effort this week to reduce the stock by fiftv
per cent We have placed an unusually good selection ol these goods out at a very moderate figure,
and it will certainly pay mothers to come and inspect them. Come early and secure the best choice.
\ alues to $1.50 for
���    TIME    FOR
��� MING   SUITS
\ te
I
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libo
I      JO   LADIES
h    !_'*t SSES
���    |     0
... .        the I*
< '. ��- 00
M INCH  J~P   SILK
FOR  ��c   YARD.
��� |  yards of cream ar..;
sl _     tail   ���'��� mcttea
���-.. ��� ed to det -Ibe tbia
: _   qn ���'.:!*>���  r,f  lh!.*  silk
on      K*-Ruiar Tie
 50c
SEE OLR ENORMOUS
STOCK OF TOWELS
Wc c..--. | :.rgt assortment of
towel* o' r.rry description, Hucka
back, Turkish, cotton ,T-d Imen, ana
if you need arijthmg in thi�� way, th's
it the place to get It
A L    .ALUES
H    WHITE    WASH    SK.HTS
...
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1     ���   rowel
er paii
Turkish   Towel-,    whlti
::,    I"-:   ;silr     	
L nen Towels,  brow
��-4U*ll	
i   .     ur th+ 1.     Iin. ii
vis   hi ii.in. rl
V. GOWNS
NG  AT  SOc
own    aa �����!:.. i
.*.   | .-   vi   ll
���   v.i nne lo S      '
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... 35c
36c
40c
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2-C
10c
CHILDREN'S  35c   GLOVES
FOR  15c  PAIR.
Odd Um * te chiiii.m -, taffa.; ai i
.,,  jlovee, in a variety of ootortns*
almost everj "lie '" thli- lot     Reg-
rj     ,   raluea tor, pair,    i.c
MORE  40c   DRAWERS
I!   .'be.
||tl bl 'I    tw. R"
       ���    - ���
\. ASH   GOODS.
V'-.t   this   section   of   the store  and
t-_   convinced  that  we  have the  finest
stock of wash goods in the ciiy.
  .
BIQ   SNAP   IN
LLTY    SKIRT    LENGTHS,
EACH.
... |j   ..f rIt   ���
-. ,,, lljhi ������    !
I     ���!���,
oni ��� ��� Bkirta, all wool  u '    "
t �� ii wash i ���
Re nilai  5- ���'    for
Prints,
mu -luis.     etc
, .oc -, v  ��� > .1 In - ndleea oolortnK.
snd deali oa
... i
|2.M
Shop early during the summer
month.; stor. closes daily at 5 p.m.
except Saturday,
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News FURNITURE
E   \   Poetill of Bt. George 81
���     . ::  until October.
��� ��� fi r tn : garden at Tidy-,
ill  < ���   Otter Bingh,   a
Gouretta    Singh
���
I and set at
.. R  Bpi ck    'i rapp bl    I
���   ���   ,.' nil   p aane I   >..   the congr_-
- rn   ���! Bplsoo*
���... ay evenine wat
For value in House Furnishings go to
W.   E.  FALES
The Leading Furniture Dealer
UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER
|   -      . .    .  * REPAIR  WORK   ATTENDED   TO   PROMPTLY. PICTURE       FRAMING
I
conditii
.... festival
IV. White
������    K< Its,   on    '���'.    In     i .      i irening,
ne 2      -   aid
ch.
it ,1   an;.
,    .        -. Da
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���-   in  .    ���    ..
kade od   i
r Ha.     - .
ent ol      : - ���
I of    Ro in
f sizes
19, 98, now I Hale On
.
.-���
���
second
Rii     league series.
Thai     i .
; I   . ���
: is made with J
li - : Flo I-.
Tht- monthly meeting ol the board
of managi i of 1 Royal Oohii
hospital will be beld this atternoon
Ini oard of trade room. Flans
for tbi . building wlll come up
:. . juration.
. .. pleaaantest -nay   o spend Satur-
da . ' rnoon is to take     river triP I
to Steveston    an:!    back.     Tne S3
1 ��� ti i leavea Brackmaa-K r'.- whan j
at   2   p.m   'v.ry   Saturday,   r    Tnlngl
aa evening      Fare    one do��mr for j
th" round trip.                              *"*
'-.   - ��� Ung   will  be  h-.-ld  a;   tr..   Ar-
BB      - -  ths  week of A and  B com- ���
pa:, ea to  make arrangements for the ���
proposed parade at Seattle ln co:
*i      with the  vi_t of th<* Si-ch regl-
tJK-M to the  A'.--k_-V,iKon-Paci!i.   i \
po   von.
Vfter a lengthy trail ������ ���   Kun - IpaJ
It]   ol  Bnrnabj   baa decided to  ���--: d
ntenta of the atomacb oi  the
van   whose     body     waa
: -.-.���.r   Mary   Street,
B      .  .   ��� , v.. - ���      ���     . ���      nation.
Or  Walker, who m
for the in,... .*���   baa tors.   I
the body.
Nee   pins���new   (lames���koo!    and
kumfortabte,      Bowling  Alley,   FTon*.
��*
n   I
_.; | ons for  wate    record
Pottech Creek, Howe Sound, continue
;,,  rt-.i.'h  tha wstfer commissioner.  O.
H    I:-.-':    of   11 :T.  N.  *-��� :i  -   '��� ���-     -----
��� ������  a record  for mining purposes on
;-.. and there   ire atoo appll-
. ition.* from I. Nn-1 v .    tor  a   I   '������ ���
ani and the Ch.-w Lamb r oom-
-, uiy for operating a mil] and power
purpoees,
Consta ile Hutchinson, of the vro-
rincte] police, Is assisting senior constable Wllkie during the abaeaee of
constable Gtemmon on special service.
bis offlce i* particularly busy a*, tbe
resent time
An eltou will be made by the Kp-
worth    League   <.    Quei n's Avenne
Methodist church to raise |1W| a por-
on of the opera-.ms ftxpe&sea Of the
missionary boat "I'dal." this d-cision
I ting arrived at at a meeting held on
Monday evening, when an Interesting
addrees was delivered on the work of
the boat by Rev. W,  H. Barraclough.
Th- ���   recreation   during   the
warm weather Is to be found at the
Bowling ai ey "
A reception to Rev, Jamt - Oalverl
of tha \v._t _nd Methodist church,
took place at the man*- yesterday
evening, whi n manj of the members
-,f ihe congregation erere present.
Speeches were made bj u<-\. Or. J.
H White. Rev. Dr Sipprell ami oth-
era   Sts pastor replying te an appro-
������    strain
No Flies on
Your Cattle
AND   �� vV NING   MAKING.
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
Who is Mav
���������������������������.
| Gasoline Tanks and
l       Fishermen's Supplies!:
JAMES & McCLUGHAN I!
X Trust Block, Pront St., New Westminster J J
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you have made up your mind to do some painting,
remember that is pays to use paint or varnish that will atand In
all weathers.
Elephant paint is made from the purest of oil and lead, and
the colorings in It are the very best that can be used and are
mixed by experts who thoroughly understand every branch of
the   paint   business.
Our lme of varnishes and s ains includes the following: Jap
a-lac. Baplac. Berry Bros. Hard Oil and Varnishes. Standard
Varnishes, and Wilkinson, MeywocJ <_ Clarke's famous English
line of  varnishes.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
TRADE
���ymm
ARLES EVAPORATED CREAM
The G^Jden Cow is Uie trade nv*r__ of the St. Charles Condensing Company,
This sign On a Can of Evaporated Cream stands for purity and quality.
There is no other cream just like St. Charles Crea__. It combines at a
.-.w price tlie highest quality and the ^reat.st purity, the finest flavor and
the git���test power ol nutrition. l"or infants and growing children, for
nursing mothers and invalids it is a necessity. For the strong and well it
is .i luxury. It is equal lo the best of ordiuairy cream for all pur.x��ses. l*or
many purposes it is infinitely superior In u-iii), St Ch.irles Cream, whether
for infants, for invalids, or  in  ordinary cookery, you take no lAanus.
Hind.a.���.c  booklet ol  i-alua-le l���fomution  to mother, and nun���l sent fi tt upon application.
Sold by  "Best Grocers  E-cerytvhere '
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY :t      InSorsoll. Onl.
1
ft��� JJOMFOR-H
of a H��me
If  you   use   ��ur   CATTLE   WASH.
Cows     can't     produce     milk   and !
fight   flies.       Besides   it's   humane
to   protect   the    animal   from   tor- \ J
ture���$1.00   gallon;   container   ex    e
tra. it
CURTIS'
drug sroRt:
NEW WESTMINSTER.
SPECTACLES FROM 50c.
are truly insured if you take out fire, life and accident policies in the reliable Canadian companies
which I represent.
The great advantage which I am able to give
over others in the matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing 1 Will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.    . ��� PHONE 61
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THE  DAILY   V WS.
WEDNESDAY,  JUNE   *,
1909
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
GROWN-UP POLLARDS STILL
KNOW HOW TO EM1KTAIN
LIMITED
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
Tedd,e    McNamara  a(   Good a  Come
dian as of Yore���"Pun in Bristol"
a   Skelrton  Play.
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   Railway.
Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY   AT   ONCE.
Fraser Valley  Tannery,   Ltd.
MADE IN CANADA
"1
Staged . >��� a company uf overgrown
vi:.:, ju_ii- w!io ii. made
.  reputation  with   Pollard . oomg i
Of  little  folk.       Fun  on  tba  11.
*aa   prod,...!    a!   tba    Opera   11
yesterdaj    evening    te    a cred.tahl.
oanner.      Tti.   piny  r-neii  i*  dm  -
,_n excuse tor the presence ..f the �����
:or*. before  the  r,��>t.ifc;it-. aud n, -
no t-laixiraiiou
Tba male membera of ti., ...
.tand wel! * .... tin- ladl.-s In bl
vi. :..  ability, Tsddj  McNamara >���:���
Alfred tiokllnn,  who lmpersonali-il  '���
>Ma.'��   O'Brien,     will.ng     t^   ii,
.my    in.in.      In    BpteOdld     -lyle.
ihi-  headline!-,   vith  Ja.k  Poi;.,. i
good  s*vou_        Toddle In  bul't  I
com.dI.in s  J,mt    .end   wit.,  lilui  ,.,,
enUy age cannot   wlth��r  nor cu
rial., his Infinite variety.      l_.ut I
he   linp*i-r_K)na!.-i!    lommy    _'r.wi .
u  bashful    youth     In  I��_ve  wl'li   >���    i
o'H-i.n   (...la   Hindi,   a  dainty   lit- ���
iad>  who captivated all bearta I >
g-BVlOUa   acting   and   natural   nia:.
tsm_      Jack Pollard, wboee ; irt ** ���
that of a Lroi:.!-, It.tilan i-ouli. ������������
BteOBg bit ��lV'i lis acting A_
. tain Crate erry, Cbarh star a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    'the   part   of   au   Ira-, v-v   r.-'ir.
You wil; reoelva every oourteaj  u> captain,  wboee    command    m .
all mattei    Intruated te na, aad ther.   otx-y��'d   Har,,i,l Kr.u-:   ,. .1. .���-.   .
la nothing in safe hen-lnc we can cot  imitator,     Willi      Pol ai .   ..:.     I
perform. Cherry.   completed I
actor*.,   the  program  t.  the oontrarj
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   .53,000.000.0-   oOtwiOtfl
______ ,    Ada li:nd and  lv.a  Moon    i .
Ing a*, the ������ ������������* '' I rten * da -
-..-d   ia  beeping   the  ai
audience ou   the   ��l*i��".  ���   .
the Becomi act, when a
with ana tell
,1. r, ,'. r....    !'��� t+   the  -llor- 1
maid    servant,    lit-1 pod    ~<,in% In t
When this n
the outside <���'. .
can, In* sure :    ���
inside is the
will pay you ,
inside or outsi*
    building.    [1
warranty of real  paint value���because it
permanence.    1 rust it���you're s
"ii
V-
It
put
IV
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ns
paint _____
in    riM    ��a dm    riM     to    Minn
M.i.l.     In     ill    thiulr.    lor    urn     ,.,,,.     ���...
l.i    Imp-rlnl   \.11 i,uli   _t   (  i.li.r   Cn,,   I.......
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agentt  t+t   Ne*   Wfi'Tinii,r  and  b itl    ���
Small Accounts
aa   -v ��� -.;  a, lar*.. ones -re welcome���
you m-. _ Lot wait until your bus Ine..*
hies a_*.uuied terge proportions before
,:.   , oounl
DO   SO   TODAY.
Easter-brook  Mi
tbiirn<:.
FLOUR !
IMPERIAL
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL
TERMINAL
HINDOO  FLOUR
McQuarrie & Co.
aaai
The Royal Bank of Canada
Citizen' League
Heels Officers
Mail Service
New  Westflfl inner,  B. C,  Branch.
F   B. Lye, Manager
S.S. TRANSFER
��� v.oJB
.    .   Waltfl  tba   Merry   Wld
ow   Wa.!_    .. M v M.-
Nai.a a    .:..!    \J.i   Hind     a
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���-���   ���     ;������   Hoo.  pj^ted wer*
<loo   Man,"   by   'ho    entire  company.      |,     id��m    li
-al.)        	
.,(     tlie  peopI'ii !.-   ..
N��*r   OWcer.
Th.  new  o_Do��-r_ ot  tb
��� . ... ���       ���   bum-
a_d a: .  lb
*    .     "     a
-a ....  the a
:���-..; option ��_��� almply 1*��** ll��*..*ct_T1 tfT-?^
, .'ut,!,:, im!   fr,: .    1 .....   i j__-
��� ,
Commencing April   lai  the Bta_n_.  m^^Tlm. On.'hr T^i'y McNnm.-
--.i. roe
:    :^fW}\
^���*       , *.  -Aa, . ^      '.... ^a
Sealed tenders av     -      ;(J the un-j
d ���*.. ��� . ; ned ' Tenders for
Pl   ���   I - v ������  and   Custom.   Filings atl
Ladysmith,  B. C.  Public    Building,   '
will   ;..-  received   until    4.30 p-m. on j
Monday. June 21, 1909. for the work
i '.'   nders arill not be con- |
made ;i?on and in ac-
the    conditions  con-
��� i in forms furnished  by Depart-
���
* and    spedflcations    may be
r-en ition    * .   Mr.  Robert
Bell C     ���-..-��� r, Public Building, Lady-
smith,  B   C-, and at th.  Departmenl
< .'  Pel       Works, Ottawa.
.���     ��� ,-der,
NAPOLEON TK-.SIKR.
Secretary.
Departmeot of Public Works, Ottawa, May 27, 1909.
PerfumeD
?LYE
READY FOR USE IN ANY OUAfrrTTY
For making SOAP, mrftcmng eu+se, r.
mrrnnf old p_.nt, d.ainferr,r,|f g,n>.,
r,o.^ti   and drains and for m.nr ciKrr
:    -;.".ti.    A,an'.|',i'ii')l_.ijlSti-
'��� r will leave Brackuiaa-K-1
a  _ ' every week day a/ientoon, ><   aad Prank Cb-ern
- . at   3   p :n.  !or  l_.iJ_i< l
w\ esths .1 and *a.. pone     s
a'.   .   , : ��� '��� .rllllif.-      to   Ns *
Westminster Setttrday ev -ulng.
RUNS   TO   STEVESTON   TUESDA>B
AND    SATURDAYS.
ii ning    eaves  w ��������� tnem    i - ���
ever    ���-       day morning, except Kn
_.*,ri  led iter  7 45 a-n:
Prldaj      . ��� :.....
and I-iin-r Bt ( tj a.ta
,\ Idltional    trip    Monday    ���
IVlng N- *  V, ��� *: minster at i an,  -
Tills scbi : ..
without rn,v, ��
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j aa
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Mills a
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LOOdOD .,���,����� t_r*ti-.     , l.v . f.   fl        ^ . j.     V.
'" Hard
to abollah * - ...
Pre   ac    Vigoroot    I.  *tt.    r
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the founder's consent.    It   _
ran..-!    bowel  . . t
dead     ���" tnolb.
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Tills   schedule     su.J*-ct     lo   Cha-iae   ," !     -    .        , : ���      -
..     ... ock    .. Mnnchesl
j*.--   wh;,-- rer II .......... fl
For freiKb! and padseuRer rst.-s ap |aaoo. ��� .,..,... ,
.��� '^:' ��� ������ '���   -  ' . ng Instat
s, ,���.���::������  -- i     -���   irnteg  m.-. ���    ��� .-.. | .
tha M-   -*���(, i. ��   ., - - , ...
(��1000)  lo nie as desired by thr 11.'. dajm . ft 11:00 am���Vancouver. Vktorti
Mj  i Desj
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ply to
KOBKRT  JARUINK.
Manae'-r
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD,
Toronto, Ont.
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ini!-..-. v..: met
, I i ixford "
THE
REICHENBACH
LIMITED.
COMPANY,
ii
P. 0. Box 174.
Tel
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Gasoline Engines Crystal Theater
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We  Sell  the  Celebrated
PALMER  BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
PAI MER
BROS.-TOO I
in:. FOUftl
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GASOLINE
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TRATED    SONGS    OF    THE
HIGHEST  CLASS.
VERY
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In the mailer of "Tru- W n ���    .
\ *      and    In the    mait.-r >,f      I   ���
Betehei' u:. i ompen., Umli ii
\i aa ��� vr.i.-.-din.i:..   general     ��� - *
 llm-  of  tli.-       ...  na::,       lompa:
ANIMATED   PICTURES  AND   ILLU.    ,       ...,,,,  ...  , . ;,,     .   ..,
'.'. ���   tn Ini ���     i    G    on the 1    i     19
1909,  tbe    following  ip<    .;
reeol I'lon    a ���-,-.. duly  [<t     1 v
1 , ������-.   L-<-ni--ai tneetlng       1 1
members erf the  ���-aii]    oomi an
duly   ���      ���������,, !   an,!   ti*'ld at  tin-    -
��� mi the -''".'li d��y o| Ma\
[following resolutioo ��a.* .lul.
firiiii-d, namely:
"Thai tbe companj be a 0 in ' p
vol 'in t_ r i;. and tbnl Josepb Reicb��n-
bai !i   -,'- 1        ���        ���' ���
Jteuldator for    'lie  purpose of
PROGRAM      CHANGED       MONDAY.
WEDNESDAY   AND   FRIDAY.      SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Adrriss on���Children   5c,   adults     10c
M. COMPTON, Manager ��fai��_ ��i "
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The Milwaukee
ind  iwiid   he ��a��  pr>����nii at  tbic
   '���-..���        , .     .
������__-.���������>������_���-   .   WH|,.,
���    ���    ,   ~     '���
Mr    M. i.'-M  m   lh-  chair
I'ark.   via   ii :
-
"Th*   Pione.r   Limited,"     St    Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short    Lme "   Ominj      tc
Chicago.      ��� Soutn      Weit      Limited"
Kantat  C,ty   to  Chicago.
K      '   Bin      :.    ::.--   *��� .      i-   ,n      ai. t
rallr....    a I       wi rM  v.si  sqoal   te
������qui mei ���   thai   ol  ���_.-  i b ��� ago   Mil
���>������' ���    - I   Bi   I'aui Railway      Tb ������
.wn
an<l ,|!nln_ earn on Bil th.lr ira n   ��:, 1
Klv,.   ���'   :���    , aT- a ���   BB   i-\(-i-Ilenr
t+t\.  ���    '.   '   .vt-!i,:.i.l..   . Istwl ���   ���
ll  S  ROWE, Oensrel  \r- .
134 Third St.. cor. A.',u    Po^ten ,   0
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bury   daj
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Threat to Burn  University
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a wat.
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a threat t
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fori     ' l -,..   i., ...        ,
ml  operate   their  own  nl.-pin * .   , . ,     .   K,   .      ,        .   ,,,,,- on
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,,[��������� i dynamltv i ��� i.   ,, , .,      . ��� ���: v   :
i" ������'��� , ���'    i k   ' i rl 'a*
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CH.LLIWACk   WILL   M���.E I   ������        ������   I      '      '   '-'
NEW   EXHIBITION   GROUNDS   OrdB     BB   I-vtr-.i   mail   l-   dl   .
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WESTMINSTER
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID, Proprietor.
Tntt street,   ���   lew VestiUBSter
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Belwee,
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toro__io,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal husinc-Bs centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Uiajrara Falt.-i.
For Tim*- Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Paasenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 A.:lams St.. Chicago, III.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Wsstmteatsr's H��m�� Paper,
I   REICHENBACH
i : al: in,
RAILWAY COMPANY
-v.i,   - ran - onum bi ,i rel ������
through    dintee tti _t
ami dining cars.)    At-
lea ������ i dal > '.i:2'i p m .
���ruiii for 9 attle   and other aontnern
polnl   ai '.vi : .. m , train fur Agassis
���ii  '��� li. p.m.     '.'. i. k snd tic - ti    ild
to local points ai one far.- for round
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ED. OOULET
Agent,
C.  II   POSTER,
Assistant Genera] Passenger Agent,
Vancouver.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
tor CONRAD, CARCRO-8, Al'UN,
WHITE HORSE DAWSON and FAIR-
HANKS Dally trains (exoept Banday)
carrying ps i agi -. mall, agpraae tad
freight connect wiih ���"aj-vH at Car
and   White  Hone, maintaining
i   tboi ...i:-Ii   v.  !.',:   "iTVIi .-.
For Information apply to
I   II   ROOSR8, Traffic Manager.
Sent On Approval
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FiNN'SYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers d. Preston
Office, Front  8t.,  Foot Of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
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construction of the terminal iiiiHin for
the tiiiinii  Trunk  Pacific at  Mission
river    n. ar   Fi��il   Wlllliun      Tli.-r..   nre
several bids mill iliey ere now before
ill., ealilii'-l The eniltiiai, ,| OOBl of
llw work lo be dOtte thla year Is al..nl
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dredging Tha work when completed
will ooai ov.-i- 11,009,000
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Buffalo, iiii!-' 16, Andrew Cer-
aegis's library idea was attacked ai
the Oonfhrence of O-Jtrltlea and ���'*"'
recttona t'��ia>   by Rabbi  Stephen  H
Wis..,   of   Ihe   Fri-i..   ifnefOfUB,   N.-w
York
Without nimilnit Mr   OUMglt, Rnl>
1>I  Wis,, mil.!
"To  cull   a   Minn   whO   bus   rniKheil
hi- enetulag aiogly and te groups "
publl.- benefactor la i Ua    Wa ne .1
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riiiiliiii  all  .    B   points, rii
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dm. Thurettey aad Baturdaj    u""*
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ton deapatched nnd reeeiTed rta �����
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Bapperton,   Ptta+t   MHH ��-'"' -'":'
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i-liiillriK all C   ������ POtat*
9:10   p.m.    Beoond   Mail   ens.,
ehw.si mull from ..ninas. and Been
tnclodlng D   8   A mattei
Praser Mills
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MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the pul*l'c
through ths columm of THE DAILY
NEW8.    The Morning Pape . WE0HE-DAV.  JUNE   16,   190.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.,
PAGE   SKVKN.
[- ^MlUd2o��^Eb^=^anada's   Newest,
Greatest Flour���Continues to Grow in
the User's Favor.
"ROBIN   H'/)D   Fl
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"ROBIN   HOOD  F.
FLOUR
ROBIN     HOOD
der a bs      ,
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Mladi.   of Saskatchewan s   Best   Wheat,
"Robin Hood Flour" is in Every   Way a
Superior Flour.
MINISTER THINKS THAT
HEN SPOIL THE WOMEN
GIVEN   BROAD   HINT.
Chinese  Viceroy   Gently   Requested   to
Kill  Himself.
-V    ������    i     ,.      .lur.e   I"       \     <;i:,l..   __>
ch    ���., tbe    il- felon
A report te cu
Are   I to i
a i     ire   thai flre
���-. their way to Honan cai
the   Imperial   yellow   ���,   rj    glgnil
tin-   ��� row .-, ordi. i
  Kal immit
The  : port  is ac< ���
". -"A    man cum tanttel detail-  to leci  thai
r. -i  and the ire *��� Slnh
'��� bat ti do ina1"-:   Kal  ��� ij   and nigl ...  him  two
! treet car be mom      m  which        c ri >    o u    be
Rsv    Mr.    Crew*    Says     Ladies
ed by Courtesy  of Canadians
���Hearer8  Uncomfortable.
Oil DEPOSITS FOUND
AROUND GLADSTONE
��� eat fo    bi r,  eometin ��� ���       1.
Men   lake  wo
Company is Making Tests
and Taking Up Options
Throughout the Country.
Winnipeg,    Jun,-     15.���Chriati
Parhn1, of Glad ., in  the  dty
|on a  buain He  given  some
' Icatlng or opera, then to nop- revelstoke b.laws interesting  detail     ���   reaped   to  an
;���' bills  may   run   high,   but go down TO DEFEAT ienormitma Industr.   which la Ukeij
,  band on    I    ...       ladies. I ������ ���,.��� eatabllshed in bis district, i.e., the
tnd ���' I������������     toasts     Revelstoke   B.  C    June    r      .       country  lyl i. ��� ,     the    Rid
of  k spec    on    her.    Thi.* M.iLnuiin and  Lake Manitoba,    in an
-" v    then whan wc people went down    to       ea       One   ni rvlew  be Bald that te bis opinion
"���' -ed to simple thing was tor the authorization of th "���������    dtetrici  was very rich in ol] de-
l!'.   :���:��� [n church for ance of    debentun      for  $.0,0     for posits.    A  company  iia.s been  fon    d
tb.    enefli ,,( men tl... get mad chool    p i.  -   ��� ol  f��r the development of these and their
Rev   w   M   Crews    ol  -.���,._���   ;       ...... agents hav- commenced taking leaa i
N.    ���   li   Street   Mel    ���: ��� '    ���      . -. from many  land owners.    They
the Worn.        v     ��� ���        ��� ���   . -,,,,,..,   that   befori    i i     enclng    operations
H        ��� ���-.��� ���      Re  coi pared    ...... *,.  tmlMinge an:  the purchase ol  tbe)  propo-e to secure   ��� on    at
th- lives '.f women in C   oa to thai      , ..  __n.      in, was  tor  the 'f'u-v- 60,000 acrea o_ land, and  when
oi    anadiair woi ���       Ung grave expenditure of }. ie pu this is accomplished  they   will   ..ring
tear  i was ]of  streel   Lm Ine It In expensive machinery  and bore teat
les     But few  ,_ - ���.     boles to aa great a depth aa ..."." feel
���<>���������! :���  respon e to the ...... . U .-..<--_:-.      I myaelf," Mr. Parhnl
a; ��� ���   v. ttu   woi       were mai apopuiantj <>: ��� ������ Brsi   and ' '-    noed,   have gieen  this company
(������ lacomforta   - of thi   0 ne ray rights over 10 quart.-:- sections I
 .  .        . :. . ooi "wn- "-'������ understanding being that U
tu_i- ��� -      Much indignation  was - x- oil Is dlacovered te paying quantities
big BERLIN FACTOR* . . ...   [UDm - ��� , owner of the land te allowed abom
IS DESTROYED BY FIRE -.._ ,.-.. ...  Be   par   barrel    on    all   oil   produced
  ...,.    .  ed  teem  his  land.    Of eour-e.  if  no oil
Berlin   Oni    June  15.���Om   of tt- meeting -*- found,  the owner of the property
h,;i,..   ......       iBtained by  Ber-iino confldeno       thi   mattei oi  still benefit*, aa be will havo a good
|.,.   j,,   mjm ���_ ,.     ....,  ,,,,. . . . .:���_..��� Bowing veil for all time on his land
laoob   Y    Bb   wherever the  test  is  made,  and   the
boring  costs  him  nothing.
Th-.- company i- meeting with lit-
PORTS
���;���    or no opposition to s.ieak of.    I
_____   Bon  Oo.'s  big       u ttto_ Brit,_h  warships
fa*-:.,:;,   v.;i -  ���< ,rnp ,������'���-.!  d-'-'p,  ��� -,|    It- jq  VISIT  3   C.
buil'iini. and content    ������-������ a '��� tel   oee 	
onl    thi  ��� ���   ��� ���   ea      tending.
Mr   Bhaatz l_ te Sew   ...rk. and ae-
run:',, ficnr-s ,-. ltd to 0btain   in- ,
toe n.-n place the loss ai |1S0,- :-^n   ���"^^. ,hvr' '-"   Rr^t  hopes  of  finding on   ;n
teaoranee   from   $90,000   to -���'���'���-���   "-^   Brttteh  admiralty   will  Bend  gmi.   abundance,   as   tbe  indicar.ons
jl  . ,i i of the VA" Irst-claaa   -attleships and two or ar.-  all   so  favorable   from th.
only  know of one man  who has  r.
V     ; ,n,.I_ri-   16.���While   no  official  fuaed   to  give  up   his   rights   in   the
,:in'. incemeot  has  been made it has  matter.     The    company's    engineers
t,-!_
old)   ���   ��� v      vhed  ta   Berlin,  and  ha*
nior-- cruisers    to
participate In the
that will I
���hey  have already   made."
bo .  employing    150  pereon*,    about f1*" nat-i page-in.
hair beta* mate labor feature of   San   _ranci-x>_    Portola
'*"      "**- ���"''���   u   r celebration.     Ohaa  C.  Moore, presi-
VOICE  SHOT THROUGH AIR.
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
SPAIN   WANTS  CUBA ^   ^^   o(   ^  ^^  aad  u  _
TO HELP PAY DEBT   known t^ ^ project is looked upon
favorably by a majority of the adrn'-r-
1'    Is,   lone   I la   stated   her** __jty.    __ ;s stated that after the cele-
that '      S ster to Cuba has fcration the warships will go north to
han  ��� I the (-ban governmenl a note  British Columbia.
can.      Ing tbe payment of a share of i ������-
th.- Spanish deb-.    It la  pointed out'
te *     note tha-. the AJneirtcan pteni-
;-.:���      . lea ln Par:.-  in   IV.1-   rel
:.. ���   :'nis point, holding thai U_e
Miz. ��� ilnty   had    d>--v.-_de.i    on     t
.*���;    ���:  republic and  not the    United
Btai *    The spani*h government no**
ion* li '*  that  the  time  has  arrived
U. i :--.*  ���.li. claim, tbe Bopvblic hav-
dent of the chamber of oomm-r,�� of ' ' .... .. .'.
San  Francisco,  is  now   te  London In  Heard  a   Hundred   Mile, by  Wireless
Wo-nan  Died  Aged  106.
[fax,   N'S..   June   15.���The  deatl
occured  ai   I're~*!on of  Mrs.   Brit-
Telephone.
Toulon, June 13.���Tbe trials of
wireless telephone service tjetween
the cruiser Comle and ia.nd stations
have shown satisfactory progress.
Th- cruiser, although equipped wiih
shorter poles than at the time of the
previous experiments, was able to
communicate today at a distance oC
more than 100 mii��B. A few days
carried  on   bv
ini;  ..- |  sovereign' j
Buying   the   Battlefield.
Lj .--i'i**-. June 15���The farm oi
yuwbec  seminary,   between Orand  Al-
tee mid  St   Lawrence,   has  been  sold
arna   Smith   agt-.i   108.     Mrs.   Smith ago  conversation   ��-
A-as bom into slavery in the Southern the  wireless system at a dLstance ot
States.    Coming  to Canada, sh.- Bet- 60 mltea
tl-d  at   Prer.on.   where   she   married
William I>ear. proprietor of the well- CUTTEF  SEARCHES FOR
known hostelry on the Main -Oat
Road, better known to the older generation as "Dear's Hotel." A large
number of grand and grv-at-grand
children survive her.
He Could  Not Swim.
Taconia.   June   15.���.Charles
Sand-
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Eiectric Railway Service
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Sunday  ierv.ee b l f-houriy b*.
��� wc n I  M 1   "    and 11   ?   !n
I I
I Pretty Parasols
to   the   battefieWs   commission   for  a   ...-r-    :.",   years  old   and   single,   was
pari  >.f the BOW  na-.ionai park.    The drowned  while swimming  in  Kapow-
FILIBUSTERING  SUSPECT
Beaufort, N*. C. June 15.���The revenue cutter Pimlico hunted off this
con*: today for the steamer Nanti-
chake, suspected of filibustering intentions  against  Venezuela.
Thi treasury department's activities a.- Invoked because of persistent  rumors   that   frier.ds  of  ex-Pr--si-
A   FEW   MORE   OF   THE
British  Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd
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BOOKSTORE.
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mutually agr-ed   upon   Is Jl-o.*  *in lake.   He was taken with cramps   .\,   -  i>stro were  planning a hostile
The   commission   sUlj   his   be-jnig   brother.   Isaiah   Sandberg.    who;, x;-_ition against the Gomes govern-
iw.-i-n  S'L." ' and  $400,000  in  h.aid. j cannot swim,  ^tood on thv shore un-  nr-nv    Ir   was alleged  that  10,000 or
nothing   haa   yet   been     d-cided  a_k   to  assist   him.     Sandberg   was  15.000   .stands   of    arms   had     been
the  propaaed   removal  of  "-he employed at a Kayowsin sawmill, and shipped   from  Belgium   to  American
jail   and   the   !'������*    rtl e   factory. j his borne la at  Hoquiam. ,r.* foi        .  ;    -*ose.
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Flour!
WE SELL THE FAMOUS
!PALMER HAMMOCKS!
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RUSSELLS GO DOWN
BEFORE BALMORAIS
I Lost By Score of Six to Two
-Tbe Game Was Rather
Loose.
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$2.50 to $6.00
Now is your time
to buy your Flour
cheaper than any
place in town.
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Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET. t
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MR. EDISON
made a;l souml reproducing InB'.ru-
meats possible, but be mad.- T....
EDISON  PHONOGRAPH BEST.
We have received
within the last ten
davs five carloads,
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.
OR  SALE  AT
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
.-; .    el]   banner does not BOem
...  ���   Improve in.- pterin* ot
��� v inters uf the Cuba  and
were defeated  by the luimoraia
at Queen's park laat nijjhi by ._ ecax*
of t,  to 1
A   _o"d   exhibition   was   put   up   although quit.- a number ul error_  vera
 ������   both  teajiis going   up iuiu  tn.
��� ::.,..i, one,, or twice The 1L_
morals wer. tbe butu-r lean and d_-
-*rv.^ to win. and they w-viii to have
the iba_ipion_h:p clncii-J Tbey are
the only club that ha_ b-i-n ... -, t.,
kei..;, Lht-ir original tram togetiMr,
which te large measure account* lor
their 6uccv__.
Th. two old iU*t... ;,..i...-v* S:t,
clalr and Robertson,  put up the best
��.,.*��    for    th��-lr    t'.i.:. Weill     ,,-    ,
umpiriHl
The tvains wen:
Balmoral* Munn. o . C Smith, p ,
W. _ sm.lair, lb; Pierrot, lb.; Ry
all. sv Stein. ;>_ ; Hancock] If ;
. _.-,!,. id  < I .  Fletcher, rf.
Ku.-i. ill- - -Cunningham,  c;   Howard,
p .    Davi laon    1 ��� ,    A     S :..:...-     tb.;
Bh&rpe, n ,   Robertson, Sb .   Phillip*.
If .   I'- B   ��� -    .,-f .   BUodeeu,   r!
Sk-or.   by   Inntngl���
 3 2 .) 0 1  " 0    a
Russella    0 110    I
... stan linj of th<   > lul -.  Id  the
city iv.iuu,. .ii ; reeent la;
Won   Lo     Pel
Balmorals 4       ;        HOC
Roaaelli ....     . .: GOO
V   ing Liberate 1       4        tOO
.   ���    : ��� x!   game    in     th ���   :��� ague  '"
scheduled   for  Jun.   __.   between   tn��-
.ud  I J**-rui a.   but as  00   th'.h
���f the Mint,, eup matches with lh ��� Tecum *-;.* atlf
-this game will be played oa ������ differ
ent date, ao tha next   mav :.  will be
played on Jul;  ;���*���-.        Balmorals
ad     ti..-- the Lib.-rain There ere
���.  Intervening days, w. ......
���   .1. J    (or    garni -   ��tu<!.
were Bfleigned  tor ::.���>'>-���'.���-    ell
Cuba  and these wl!] proba   ���    ,  filled
in   -* ith  game ���    against teat        ���
otl er .vtirs
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE     TRY    THEM.      A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
E   ard   Block,  New  Wettmintter
LOCAL NOTES.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
Edison Theatre
{ Animated    Pictures    and     Illustrated
8ongs.
THE  LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Prof-rani   changed    Monday,    i. ca-
lay  and   Friday      Special   matlr.��-<-
OEO.   ADAMS.    PrOP.        for la<lie��  *-nd  chiMrea  Saturdays at
��� ��� 9* ''It    -.     rn
2:30 i). tn.
RINGS FOR ALL
1   hav.   a   splendid   assortment   in   those   lines
BABY   RINGS   FROM
LADY'S   RINGS   FROM
GENTS'   RINGS   FROM
$1.00 TO $ 1..0
$4.50 TO $110.00
$6.00 TO $ 15-00
Glad    to   have    vou   call   and    look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Thi- month!) m>���<������������.. ... ivu:---
and I���iy.r couniii Mlil be held oa W
dej   ei ulng.
A   H.   V    K.   It    fr.- ght   ��� .-   ra:.   OC
tbe track a< th. Brunette    sltch fee-
��� lay, causing consid -rabl,- d<-
Di    i    i.   3 I B_tn< i    M   P   , :  Boia-
m .   -.   M.tii    mem i    tor thi
riding   area te  v.. resti day.
��� :. el   Carlisle   ol   the    Vanoouvi
'Fin- Depart am t called V
son jreeoc. da.
The H   T. of T s wii, i ���, . ���- ,.... tha
junior council of  t.',f  -rd**r  -., an Ice
tt .il th-s evening ai - oclock |
A good attendance n hoped tor '������ the i
co-jri.t'.*
The second quartf-rly meeting      tte   I
- commtaaiooerB   will    :���������    -I
'��� ���   evening in tbe Council cham ���
C'ltV     h*dl_.        .N" .        ���!��� '      -,.      ...
Importance ta expected to bi
t;  B  b- Bison of tl      :���      v
igl�� miil. i,.i- applied to * ���'���
���  Ptetchi    for a '��� ��� >rd ���-'.     ���
Jc fool tor mill purpose* from a i|    _g
near the iin'"- at
D. ���-
v .   -..  y. ��������� arrived te i--*
������������ da wii     i boom of
'fro:n  .-���  ���* -   an I Dai     at  Glen VaJ
ley,   consigned   to  Barnetl   and    .
Donald'a  null on  Lulu Island
���The tug Dunamn r an -., -, In  .-  I
��� - ������   te]  aigbt  with .,  bcoh  ol
: rom   Nanaimo     The
li | :.' om b to Mataquie wlwn
��HI unlo id ' - ���  coal at the  Uki
.itatlon.
ii- w d    Ige 1 to
: tons ol   coal     -   <,,-���.    ���������
> ���  -. rday aftei noon and ��� ben   - ���   ���
..i'i,   ,,;   if,,    rlvei   *��beii
lv the i  :." ��� ,,|��.
M    \    lady l
of <'.,11111,-  mo
for li"i   home in  Nev   B  ,
���r. |.      -a ,-   pi ��� -. loo    tel
made v,-   wi Iptent ..( severs   ,
tat. :,    !-,,in her bindeni     who he I  I
hei in h gh a iteeni
There was no junior ai ro
laat evening, the match thai wa I ��� ���
bare tak'-n place between Bapperton
and Regina being postponed until
Prlday, Meanwhile the Bapperton
are practicing hard and fiope io be
.:,-,.; Ii mi when 'in- game doei cpme
off.
Bank of Montreal |
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ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branehel throughout Canada and
Nl wfound.and, and In London, Kng-
land, N'-w York, Chicago and Bpokatte,
U. S. A., nnd Mexico City. A general
banking buBlnesa transacted, Letters of Credit iKBued, available with
correspondents in all parts of tbi-
world.
Saving-* Hank Department���Deposit!
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed ut 8 per cent, per
annnm (prewnt rate).
Total  Assets over |168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Look This Up
Ten lar^e lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
:
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
THIS STORE CLOSES AT 5  30 P   M
Money Save
By Purchasing at This Store.
��
Many attractive offerings placed before our customers this week.
CHILDREN'S
LACE   FRONT   HOSE.
25c  PER  PAIR
KcKuLar   _o_  and  16c       A   hundred
fifty   pair   of   in:*-.-,   a.-'.J
I   i.u ������ freei  ootton boat
and tilark only, to :.��� cl Bred i ���
.�����- k at a pri*-. maeh tower i_m   ��� ���
.1 ir S��,l:..'     B :".,��� BBI      iu    Ite    I  -���
���   ga ar.   wold uu'-   Init   ws ��u ,
���   *iie  In on-- Of tr..
ar.,   .'.    Ul   to   I   In   1- �����.    i- _  .   11
.in:    ,      While Um
;��-r   puir          ��><���
LADIES-
OPEN   WORK   HOSE.
_5c  PER  PAIR.
Regular     -   "*'1-
���   tan nnd whits open work i
boss   te   -������ ���>  ���     .    ���   I  - .   -.vi  iu
. -.,
weigh   an I :,. -      ���..-.,' d   Per pi   2U.
LADIES'     COTTON     KNIT     UNDER
GARMENTS   OF   THE   BEST
GRADE
Willon'i unrjr-#(jr have k *ty\. ot
thf.r omn . N. ot^ier fnj���� of kn t!��d
undergirm��nt�� pro* de in their make
up ��ucl"i co-r'ort g,��irg feature* Ji
do   W.llori'i Aik   for   W��t��On'��   u-i
ve��t��   and     a-i-frfe;   s I     gradet   and
ityKJ,
LADIBB    . OTTON   I NDCR. B
su   -it Fi.-.--,!-
IVc  end _Oc
_-M.ll->*    COTTON   1 ND_R\ 1-    B
..:.,        ������. .      ���        ...������**       .-.., t.
20c.   2SC   and JC.
..    ITE OOTTON DRA-
���     ��� per | ���>'<���
J. \ r>l 5-xs   WHITE OOTTON DRAW
Kit.*; ani li  ������ ngth. ;������.- pa i +0c
CHILDREN'S
COTTON   UNDERWEAR
A   Ii. *    ��� bipm  :.-   <���'.    V- ..   - ':,'
, otton   an ���  .       mi     :.
]-.:,,   t to band
'lin.I.iii ������ .   ��� ���.;.  BHOR i
; \ i;i.    i MH.HV.-S i s   in    pare
nit, *.iii dnte
'iiv
. ,1S�� to Bte
< Hll.lMd    . ITTO.N    Lit \ A Kits
nee oi    ��� ��� , -    ,,-.������       .,
,-���.'. ti*
CHILDREN  -    i.Al.lil'i.. . \'.
DEHVEBTfl     \M��     DRAWERS
��� ,!.        .-��� i, 3bc
CHILDREN'S
BLACK   COTTON   TIGHT8.
ALL     SIZES.   ISO   PER   PAIR
\ .pli -,,i, i . ��� -.I, i-niiu- nt>te ol un
dergarmeoi foi < bUdrea, Tiu-y n-r*..
mads of Hoe heavy rii��: .yj ootton, la
knee ot anku- length;  p.-r pair   3*->c
WASH   DRE66ES
FOR   CHILDREN
OF   ALL   AGES.
Hell  mad-,  ��t> 11-U   Uv..
���-. ���      ..'       ,-     ...
.:.d   fluinh ,  .
.    Itees
RITE      I UUIR1C    Bad
���  ie.t-8   nee
Bd   I '
arttl   d--,   ���: .... e
.
.aid   :    * -  _. ,
--     ���
��   .   ��� ���  ;   ....
���
'������������     '    petta   -
��� .   -
lo ptete or I '     .
Ul*.-  Hu��-. r  !.     - :.
- .��� - .
I i  -
75c  to H!>*-
ALL
OVER   EMBROIDERY
FOR
BLOUSE   FRONTS
8.;   PF. R   YARD
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r> ����� ��   ..'
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roos   '
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1 * .-  B
���  ��
vataBa 1!
.. and
1
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f
ALL
OVER   LACES
r,  m
WAISTS
40t   PER   YARD.
\
'  UU 1}   of
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lacss   ll
mid--
bo  f.-un.l   ,  , ������ .
-   ' ���
pokes
���
, te      Jum ;i tei
.
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l'< r jsrd	
���Oc
REAL   ROSE
HAT
PINS.
���    ��� I    ll
nu.nn.-r ili.it stsrj poi   on
natural      In   u,-, I .      ���
*  fume       tei   ln|     il   ma - ���
admiring   Um    pei a ...   .
Breed I Thej   an     ������.���'���
...UK   i tel ' tttt   prii B   for   '���'    ,
ulnr  new   pin*  la  r>-*��   tli .n  Bd I ���"
wholeeals prices    In    easb rn ta
-. _)i     Small bed   tei   ��� adb   85i
,.  ,-..    id   i.*'-  each iroc
���NATURE'S   RIVAL"
CORSET   WAIST.
.*��,  ninny  women   li;ivv  BSked
oorai i section for thir- ipeeial ��� ���
��.,  i    ih.it    w-    baes   asettred  Ul��
UK nc\   for   New   West-TlaatBT        A*k
in iii��. ooreet departmsol tor pi
i.n ��� ami dlreotloni
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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