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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
N| A   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
. I vi: . U 121
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 35.
'KSTMINSTEll. U. C- FHiiv.   MOKNTNG   JUNE 4.  U��t-
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I lopper Concessions in An-
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IN ItllHKLM PHASES
SLOAN SAYS HE IS      IDUL LlfE m^"     REGINAS ACTUALLY
Br.   Sippr**   Gives    Vigorous  Address
i rmer M. P. For Comox-
Atlin Denies Intention of
Leading B. C. Liberals.
.
n   Ea*/ giong  Methods of  Modern   Christians.
Ottawa June ;: ���Wii.nun SH>*&
<! I BT member of parliament Jar
Comas .\t.in, who Ls here, aajra 'bai
then i- ahsotately nmh-ng in tin- ne-
iK.rt thai ii. wil] eater i-riV-.li CoUun-
via politici as opposition i**d.
"1 ian, out of politics and wiii ��*t_- Icbairmaa, Rev
The Ch .     ���
i hided -- ii    - -
with an enthusiastic meeting - B
Andrew's duuncfa The principal
speakers were ii'--. Ij: Sippri nd
Rei Or. Thuiu., formerly of TOron-
.. Introductory ren - �����
[by Rev. W. il. Banac.oj��_h and the
ii   A. Carson, Die ->��� r.
DEFEAT WEST ENDEKS
East End Boy.** Beat Lacrosse
Rivals For First Time in
Many Moons ���Score 6-2.
out." be said  todaj
Botanelj   notaiag  in
sides, British Columbia L-t*-r_ ��� iiav.
a ftaader who is absolutely *_ii-<a< i
on
\    ��� ���    almost   11,; rei ��������i<iu-
ed���thing   happened   a'   Que.-n's   writ
���  terdaj   evening.      Tin-  itt-K-na la-
���   t-am defeated  the  Went  Bbd
tn ot    li goals  to two.
A '���> *t b ind red tans lined the fence,
��� a* the effronterj ol tike bojrs .n
Ther--  ii  a i   presidsat.
th'-  Mary.    ae-,    R< ���   Di   .-...-,.iell   gave an     ������, red iweaters In daring io defeat Iheir
adn.---.      i;       bu ject    ��a-.       ine  formidable   rivals,   before  w_nm  they
Young Christian As b  Soul   \. inner.
lin   strongly   condemned   tne   modern
atti   .Ui- ot  society to dang.-rou_ prac-
i     and  emphs   _��� :   up. na mem as
Strawberry Social. ' brlstiaas   to   Bet   tiie.r     face   agalU-l
At aa executive meeting od the Wo-  thing    wi.icii   wnil*    thej   wmi.s   not
iv:.      \ isillarj  of the Boyai Celum        '       ���-.-  ;:' ��� *������ admi slob to -��a-
Uan  hospital    yesterdaj    weeing, It   -,:i   *er<  o_ themse��� ...,-iy i<j p^>-
���   . led to bold an Ice cn-am and   m"'- ' '���������  tendencies,      ln thu r-garil
had iiuallt J a: -verv encounter foi  '���'���-'���
;,:i.-\   Bteen months.
i.'... H��-2ina.i promias to repeat the
do.it- a*,  tne  next   meftinK;   '-h.-  West
-ar   it   will     never   happen
again.
Warwicks  Were   Missing.
absence of    Elmer    and
Thi
V.i-1
tbe resist., e ol ���     ���     - d imoaing. drinking, gam-; WvwUk from ^ Wegt ^ ^^ ���
a  a   iarg��-  measure  for
I tbe defeat <^f  last  years t-nampions.
ITbeir   i ScBce    from    the    ttetd  alto-
gr-*.t.-r demoralized   the  team.
BEES  STOP  TRAFFIC
ON   PORTLANO    BPIDOE
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V
mi.
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r. . .  en
o ' -    d its ii    niei Intnawterrj -.m-ia!
ni     i    deal    failed    iipoi   ti.. iMtn. A   M   Herring   ou >Vjfla;.. tan ��� -   �� going.
.- ..      !..            ...   l-     ftrrangemeoti la ooaaect-on  eub '          -'    the esampje <_ going o_t
on              ...     not   th,. bo.                d  the   band., oi    th'- to thi people, did they, sitting in cush-
ralld-     S                      -  endeavoring Uxeculive lonad *on      witb :���--. In om  band and
..... Te- I                 1��� ���   ������   and   bandj        ���     -n
i    ,..,-���. ......   thej   were fulfilling                           Hard  Game.
__. i..��m       Hon.   G.  A.  Mantel   Passes  Away. '���'���    Master's   call?                 u    ,   ���   .���:.        Tn��  game   wa?   not   verj    fast,   t.ut
Chins  tore*       .; -              Dl        Hon  '.   a   Man- ���*-������ ana 100 much    misconoep-  wai  ttard played ail "the time.   ' Tne
fll       i   ���������     i.. ���������'*-���   ,                                                         ... ������                  ���-               ���    all  ���'���-.  well   ;.      6oai V&M a long liu)(, ,n commg,
ire erg-U   .,                        of pnbll    works In K�� entertain yoang peopk*   n    .-    tt             all herng alternately held aionad
al    '���    -:-'   - ���     v MtM     DebotaberviDe    e* int. iB   v-.i; -.���'.���������   witn   the   mysticism  ol  ,   ._,,   goaJ|  und  neith*r  home  boring
Bh   1��1     st,-; In the same capadtj  in the Tail- Browning    be insight of Snaic-1  ean    .,,  strong.      Hun.-   form*-rlv  of  Sap-
8m    ���''���"km    ministrj    aad    wa-    mtnieter ... :'   emotions of Teoaysm   bnt  aftei   perton and  now   ...    Regina.  wa..- ttie
lerown  lands  in  -tie Flln: govf.nm.nt r'i; v*''r<-   nt-i   feverytning,   wer--   rt...   to  nnd   .he   net   making  a long
pap ���     h<   ��-a. also a barriatei and journal- "'        'lnS    up to the  ni* .1    .       ���    ...v.   paSt  Munn uear the ent of Uk
"'   If   iieing the law panne: ol -x Judge '���-'���'������              had sung. ��� Resc-Sv the Her-
englnee.   ���oimei  and once  editor  -:   La  -Min- '
Chine.
���i     :-. ||   '
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and La Pi
lit was bom in
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Mrt. Warwick   Recovering.
New   Oedtellr-ws' Temple. '  Barl<         Ws   Brick
,.,-, ���:��� ai   .   -            st the B
��< epita      The 1 . li -.-
���  nee Oddfi   oa    ������       ��� ,                      .    _     ,
. illl .-ii Kennedy j| .                    speed
1.1:4   avenue,    ilurini   p. .    entertata
ishing?
R.".   Ir-   Thomas gave some P
cai advice on    living    the u-al  lafe,
laying    particular    emphasis    on  the
���: Ill-temper   which   mail-, a
man 1      -      ul ..   tiui^ance in s< ..- I
di baritablenesa and tfcspondenc;.
A .-��� lo  wa.- sung    .;.   Mios Harri-;
CO" !'-
.IIBBII1K MM1I.S FORTl?Nt.
B. mm SEAL ESTATE
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'o  1 ^.-ii'-r.,) iaa that ordi
���   I Ba     lay evi The
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��� \;��<.rd
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. 11   <  ���
STRIKING   LUMBERMEN
AWED BY TROOPS
i
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lm -   -    -
I -.- ipnti the
1     i-   ..
������-.-.        Thi    -
and   the
1  of any   serious
,-'-_> .1--   CoVegr   Staff  Changes.
..  .   ���
.i       Hockin     M
i.iarter.
Football  Tactics.
.   ning with ihe second quarter
^inas held the rubber most of
Tin- _ast End   entre man,
Phtgi raid, st _t>d twice on i.mg shots.
���   i-_nd--r!.  got a  goal  just be-
tlme by Kugny foot aU tac-
tli - . ng all of their rival defenct
net, and nearly pushing -..���
;- - - in the Bcrtmmage v.mil
.  insi li.
Munn  Went Astray,
ln   thi   third   quaru-r    tbe  R'*1-
Ben ��� aii on    snort,  eh -���
���   Brsi  wns  by  l'.  Bi
Th were iiia.it :     K-
r _-       .. 1,       ia   .       >.,    ,j m  '*'��� home      He  Is a
Anout Five   Miliion  Dollars Wouick^��(r
AERIAL DEFENSE SCHEME
FOR I. S. IS OUTUNED
d
Porn
a ad  M     .
ll
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I
LEADER  OF GERMAN
RADICALS   IS   DEAD
���...   r   ��� ���       ' ��� ���     v
the   0< rman
���      ��� ���    ���
-I----     He
-     !*!���       li-     B     '
I him
many
of 1
u
l ND   IN   DELEWARE
-
p
}   ��� '������ ���
��� '
1        , I.S   TO   MEET
IN GULF OF FINLANU
* -    ���   i. Intermedial ancles a;.<l
to ei ;.[ a mix up at
ent and get  the ball
Tbe -���
ade while
li ... 1, the Wet -   .       nl -  waa
���    V
li -       He  re-
. urter,
but . a faired ti   taht   idvan*
���  - In, and did not
sco t goal  of   tnt-   -.    ���
a Swanson, ol  tbe W< t
���iv-| quarti 1      Tbe Bas
in Pat. He      >                ��� si-'ivi
mar.n'��� ���      fteniot  men,   and   blocks
his ch -   ��� **���  I .--ly.  The m.iiti-
stay  i.- Iteginas'    home w.;,. \u--
Kenzle and "Okey" Smith.      Neither
Requ red to Carry Oui Pian of
Brig.Gen.   Allen.
\\a . 3���Under .In- to-
... ral Allen,
e signs J ol   .lit- army.
I,   ll    ;--     0
.   ..:iat    i-i qeceas
would
t work7oi
Nm   Yo ihla���wnere
BORED TO DRAW CUSTOMERS. SUNDAY EXCURSION
FOUND NATURAL GAS AND Oil     IS BONE OF CONTENTION
.���.        mes ������- oald
I       .... -.  .  require
-
Allen haa had prepan d   ...
map  - - '--  along  the
'     '   '   '  '"   "   *uhl  lu ,   1 ,-   . r opponents' defence
terlor  where he believes there BhouW
.  .... |. fence stations.     To carry
out  tlu- entire scheme  would require
aboui   ���
of tin ��� d on Hit- scoring sber-t,
but thej    ..-.li were the centre of the
offen-i.-       . -   and    Intrnmeatal   in
���
���
li
fl
���
1  .
SuTire   Hctr     Scheme   Prcivod   Bonan
1.1  m  Every   W.iy ���S-.it  Bed  Discovered wr.���������  BinV ��� .   Hola
mej
ighi  ll   ��"UM di . ���
U01
-���  ���
���  ol]   ��� -   we]
Lur-d's     Day    Alliance     Determined
Prevent Trip to  Pitt  Lake���Aid.
Fader   Stands   Firm.
TORONTO   TO   TALK   VIA
Vii
:..r    of
C. D. Peele, who refereed th.- match
was quite lenient in his penalties, but
kmpa tial      .11   Keary    ami    ii. vv
Orlms'on were time keep*
The  Teams.
Beginas   Goal, Coutta;   point, Pi.ar-
laoa: cover, Robertson;  defence tivid.
WIRELESS   WITH   WINNIPEG   pa!ctu,U,   H. cfford.  Pietcber;   centre,
  Fltxgerald;  hom,. Oeld,  McKenzie, A.
.0. June J.���J. C. Baton, pres   Smith,    Hume;      outside    home,   c.
the 'l"  Baton company, ts now  Smith, insidi   houie, Kenny
End���Coal, Munn;   point. Dig*
r   li       . managing dtrec-
ii... ui-i i ,i...    p.i. k   >.��� Tile making  wireleea  telegraphj   a feature      ��es
���' '*'K     Brick-   mei                 departmental concern    On              er,    Marshal., defence Oeld,
Company,                                  hai   he hls    ]U_. [.,���...,ms   ��� Uvai    alectrtcan Oalbraith, Sibley, w Bangs ter; cen-
iui not propose k> change tbi  date of |8 [nstalUng a Marconi station on the tra, B home BeW, Qllley, Lund,
. te,   Henry;
ii-
.i
I ti
1 F CR
UUILD   DIG
,   now In operatl ���   ��-l
ored   through  ,
1 , vpertB  .....I  standard ���
CANAL
���
It   ll      Ul
���* I!   no    !��� plj      lhl��
��� vl   ..���
.-���'���     '
IfATTLl   MERCHANTS
ARE   REFUSED   SUBSIDY
i.   1 anal tu
���       vi ant. ������ ,,:  -;���
with    piverameni  ,,     .
.���:
v .1. ������     on iron-
.    iBtlng "i H  I' -1-'.*'-'   ��'���'
iv, tu- Flnanc al   R vb *
im    . el here. he excursion sei   01  Sundaj  n< _    ������
Pitt   t-iUv and expressed  bis convlc-
1 on iliiu the boat  would be crowdi d.
Tlu ��� -v.i itlves ol    tbe  '���<"''1 ���
Daj   \.'.i "-iv  in th.- cltj  were In con-
rence v Bterdaj   to obtain  l��-.il s 1-
vice a> to their position U the ��� wn-
-011 viiais place, and a leading mem-
11   expri em -1    the opinion    tba    ���
tone would be left unturned to
. .ii-  tbe Inception of Sunday   exi m
...ns or concerts In the district      li
...I*, regrettable >ii.n a prominent >-iti-
len should not so,- Bt to withdraw the
excuiaton complained about.
The
vl" 'is.
.��� 1   from  Pennsylvania and
v track 01 the work 1 be
I men 1 ooai  ths ho:. 1 t- 50 1, and
1 --.-. ipis were (50,000 In ad
.   iinmvnsel]   raluab. dl
���
rool ol thi   Baton store bete to com-  '*   Sangster;    ootahle
ite with the Baton atunmer re* '
Idem ��� ai Muskoka and the Eati 1
- uv!-. Teckla on Lake Ontario _ \
perlmonta will be conducted with
Winn peg ami In a Bhor�� rime there
in. 1 a a;- ESaton wireless bi 1
\ ice bete 1 en tbe big stores here and
in Winnipeg
MADE   BIG FIGHT
FOR  HIS LIBERTY
,    :*"      w.~ ��� ��� -                  ,,���    pi    111 a    . ���- i-uk  Mlb  LIBtn
iptlon ��>i la*    ,nd .   .       ..   1 I.   "i vs..'' rl ���-���.-,- �� 	
..usi ai coai    al    -.'.-  ; ',' ',       . todaj on lhe minim r <
'           ,, , ,���;���.,,,. and ..-k.,1 fo. �� Moosejaw, Jane   .t.-w ilUtm  lh
11. ni will ii.n..ir    . the              ,,���  ,, iteamshlp line '" [*" who li standing trial at t)i�� suprei
announced    ��j    ���*���'   .,,\v.'i'n Vancouvei and Ne��      :"n'' ,-: here on a charge ol hone ati
j
. I   dM  mln.    to  i''.'1"
.--ligations   until   -1"
buoyant
-
Sail    Flan, ll CO       1 "
Informed thai " "'
joyernmeni 10 (
tENi
RA(
'1 RIKE  IS
ORDERED ON   B
celling  ���'
.   .  ,       win
lite pollcj ot 'hi
.,., idles 10 neamahip 1 n< ���
ton -'.ii ^i"1''
i.'i
not
-.mt
.111-
A O
u.��� .'," '     lune I    \u .M.i.-i    was
bj -in  National Machin.
'"     I   K>-ll��'||,|   Slllllr.  Of   ms
Baltimore m Ohio rail
YUKON   RIVER   VERY
HIGH   AT
I,.     * Sed Horat Thltf.
d a
ii.ov -.'... v   r   Jun
wall m ll"' ""
DAWSON
YiiKdH
llitl
m
leal-
. Intnl.. a i.oid attempt in escapi
from <he city Jail today     He succi
,,! i���   reaklng the lock off hi- cell and
��� 11. ng 'I"' h*r us a weapon attacked
.   constable in charge,     .. terrlflc
jslrlllt^l.'   clisil.-il.   hut   Willi   ilie   nasii
tance of another oonntabte lhe i"|v-
oner was Bnally overcome
Steamship Service for Skeena,
Victoria -Tube ���'��� - The gkeena river
is having .1 better steamnhlp service
this year than ever before It has
ixvii customary In the p^st to i!i..v
Beveral trips early in the season with
the Hudson's Bay steamers and then
to wait tor .1 tm .uli 01 two until the]
water   subsided   before  again   passing
[the i-unvoii   This year, however, there
Seattle,    June    3.���Owing    to    tbe is tn bt, ., continuous fortnightly ser
1.reaklng Of her  tail  shaft   about   SOOi-vUse.      The canyon is at  present itn-
iniles off Capo Klanoiy. the hi*. Steam  paaaable and will  probably  remain so
LINER   MINNESOTA
BREAKS TAIL  SHAFT
ii'iYi. Mlnnesot- of the 11m line, bound |*�� anywhere trontl one to two months. Accident a�� Frassr Miil^NvW
���0 Seattle    from the    Orient  With  .1   During tbat Mine the freight and pas-      A    Japanese    employed    at..
aiv iH-tng transshipped ��t theljllUsJ8 undergoing treatmMa
Koviif Voiuimbian  tiospltsvL "fjDAVS
Summary.
gdalB were   made as
FIRST QUARTBB.
K. iiin.1   Hume	
SECOND QUARTER
Regina   Ftugerald  	
Regina���FltsgeraW	
Went  Knd-    I.und	
THIRD QUARTKR.
Regina ���C  Smith	
West Bads    Swanson  	
Regie*��� Kenny	
Regina  Kenay	
Penalties   given   were;     Kir��t   qua��
ter.  Bartlett,  W-st  Knds. s mhiutee
seeoiid quarter, Sibley. West  EndB
min.;   third quarter, Patch .I, Regi*
,"���    min.;     K     Sangsier,    West    tW-
5 min, ner,
______ *^
Iollows.
..Vi.il)
.'.   'I 00
...'4VI0
   1:1)0
    1 UO
,   .. 4:00
... fc.eo
...   4:00
;argt.  party
' n    ..I   Ladner, livery-
Ipai oonstabla, hired ���
��� i. .'       !. "ii Tuesday, nnd ai H
1.. ���,;;        "'.I. i... ban paid a risu  Mavlgi	
i "   where h.. Is sta' id w tors  l,n"*
rh.
Thi
will
maj
of Uii>.' '''
,. ,,.i. v walk
iv        01 ���"-   ;:.��� mtiea   fheiv
around Uk<  ��^��rRj breaking up
lin "' |h" '''.n',,.., break be-
nlenty ol
1. .11 ���
I..
oi
ls   no
     he  Is   -lul d  ���-��� 1-
..;���,,''       n  urresi    The  otlli-.'i-  w'ls   -**""w   on   Li
yesterday  with s lllttle trouble
-  .ud not do so ' ^i"':' ,'"'l,k
lakei
n will 1*��-
'I'll,Ml'        IS
upper Viik.i.
with noAMtt
meaning
ivll.'ll    II
Today's Market.
The outlook l< tor a good mark.'.
todaj The steamer Beaver brought
down 11 large load yesterday from up-
rlver, nearly all of which was produce
either for the local or tbe Vancouvei
mai kel in tbe auction sales beside
other cattle, there is a large herd "
cows to be sold Indications tor
crops ilns >viu- iH.iui to a large yH'M
Although " 's loo early to state definitely how the fruli wiii turn out, con
ditlons -a. far are favorable tot �� bum
!���.,- ui'Ui in tbe tistrict.
of    local    tourist- andisenger
many Important poraons from the far ��myoa, one steamer plying above and
east on board, win not arrive in poi*t,ihe other   elow,
until tomorrow Bboui 8 p.m.     The In- .	
formation  regarding   the  ntabap to
the Minnesota was received by wire- big party of doukhs
lent Mils morning, the message saying that tbe onlj  teault of the aocl-
lay her arrival In
START FOR THIS PROVINCE
dent   would be tO d
port  a tew  hours.
Tht> fiu-i  thai  'he Minnesota is a
twin screw   wss. | makes ihe ui'cident
of Uitie moment, as with tbe other
propeller she is able to proceed
North Yakima in  1910.
Helllngliaiii. June S.- Tt>>' sTu,��
ration of the I <> 0. t
Broadview, Bask., June ~.���A/��ec*
ond   party  of Dottkhobprs   nuiuAenng
t"-i. largelj  womwn and children, arrived here yesterday In pratrif schooners vi entrain tor Watertorf B. C. to
Join theli friends who havi proceeded
tlifin
Th..   partv   pvoked   :.��.voiable    eom-
con-   mem   tor    1       Intelligent appearunc
wlll meet in j und  cleanlln.       and   for  the  sy��t-*m
uVr
lsuind
Yest
North  Yakima nexl  year*     The �������*-,.,nt| order ��Pi    ' ,:: iu lh* *��*n������tlon
sious i-losed here today
I nil,
���of
t'oiuuibian
wai/taken  ye_terday  evSoln^
mg an accWent in whlfth 4ie"
yictia  at   :,,���   big   mtt/if. .'4
ponese i�� not badly WkM/*P' fM"
, vv^J.45 a.m.
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Abetdeen
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J PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
FRIDAY,   _(_*._���
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
HEAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
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lf a man had gold dollars to sell a    fifty  cents and did  not  let the people know anything about it, he would net sell  any.      You  must teli the peop e what y��u h��ve    0 ssl , w   y they should   purer,*,,    fro
thing of the value you offer them in  return  for their n oney.      too many cf us have got  into the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time in bu.meis every  ne mu.t of necessity know
ware*.      Use the advertis ng columns of The Daily News and keep abrea.t of the time*
WHY    REMAIN    BINOU5?���Wi   can  ���������,>
find a congenial life companion tor |
anv    reepi ctable  man    or  woman. ���
Send stamp for particulars
v. est-
RENT���PURNISHJSD      ROOM
suit,, ��� .    r..:   young   man;   321   1'hir.l
av< nu. .   phone B46t
HING  DP   20.1
irt   turnout
FOR
Tht
HACKS  AND
Fashion  Bta i
-
...'nil   M.iiiij,   i"i    i-a--  ,
.rn Devi   .       ni   I-ague, Box 1301, XO LET���ROOM AND BOARD
Vanoouver 27 Carnarvon ��tre I
Al'
WANTED
WANTED���A WAITRESS AT ONCE
Aii- Ij   Depot   Hotel, city.
WANTED   GIRL    TO    WORK      AT
th- Royal Citv laundry.
Ui...MS   IN   THK   P. I1I1AN   BLOI K
.:.-:'��� tWO    tO
housekeeping All    stesm-l
with    hoi  and    cold    water
range  and  electric  light      rei   i
moderate      -tpplj   A    H   Ferg   -
nd floor.
WANTED���TENM3       .     ���   CLEAR
ing  ��� -.       s-v b *   ***-    APP*y H ���
this office.
WANTED -FIRST CLASS SAU -
man for best paying .] eclaltj Une
on the market J12B to J300 ;- ���
month .��� ���    ;- ��� Lyon lay-
lor Co., Winni;.. _.  Mr   to
WANTED   TO    RENT,    A liODERN
house with one acre or more groon I,
fmit    trees   etc,  near    tram
Will lease f��r on    year, or m
boy If  price  and  terms are ngbt.
Give full particulars first letter J.
\v McMahan, 1517 Park drive, \ an-
couver, B. C.
WANTED   iiORSK   IN   EXCHANGE
on piano.     Address P. 0. Box  103
N.w  Westminster,
TO   RENT���One  Urge  furnls  ���
1. rni-
r.      na   ���        K\    f     -  "    N
s",   ���   I
AUCTION SALE.
ADCTION  SALE���WE  ARE IN-
.-���: i< ted by Mr. W. H   R tss< ll wh-.
i- :-   . dairy bu   a< --
,i   .,��� auction on i* l '������'���
Ith In ���   ai i" s m on the
Place, New v. i
I of i';,        milking dalrj cows
consisting  at    Jerseya.    Ayrshlres.
Ho.- - I Dunhams. All In first
tn ordei k & B
���   -
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited,  Front  itreet,    New   fat t*
klanufactui
..nd    shingle    mm  machinery,
Mil!  planta and  sj eclfli at   a.   ���, ���
ired
MONUMENTAL   WORKS.
..;   C   MVaV Ml STAL  WORKS. .IAS.
M. Kaj .:.,! .   and   iiii,
of  ; Uti 1
��� -..-. etc    Satlsfa   Ion gn    inteed
Colum iia streel   n- w   \\ ���
WHITE, siiii.i.s &
Real Estate and Inaurance
City, farm aad suourban
160 Columbia st. ��������
TO RENT .URN-SHED- ��� si . i.
modern  housi..    Fifth
Vaaooover cm line, i^j p.
TO   KI-NT- -FOURTH     STUI I   I
low Third   a\ eaue, ���'. room
OOttaj >-. r nt I-l per month.
T<>   RBN r    FIVE-ROOM II"   *
Prim ,  i ei: ��� ���    rent J - ,
, MiNSl ' i.       WOODWOKh
���   .  an I store Bttl  ���
Bhowi a ���
Dentgaa and ���  i
Works
P
I
.1    Brool
l i.ri;. r    11" ti'li
i>  boa 164   I'-oui-
WANTED���GOOD DRIVING HORSE
Apply to J. E. Coidw-.l. The *'air
Columbia Street.
WANTED���-Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, m-ar
Sixth street.
FOUND.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
C.   HAMBER     ACOUNTANT     AND
Avitor    Notary    Public.    Convey*
v        ��� ".->n block, New
\v stmli  ter      I' 0  Box 196
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VAI.I.K.V NURSERHS-
Ltd .  Surnal j   Lak.    For    healthy,
��� a,..-iii-own frull tr��-. - pbons  I ���
HI'NRVS   NURSERIES   ���   PACIFIC
Coast tested a
- :; :   h I,    etc       3010    Wl
road.   Van,ouver.   and   branch   nar*
.-��� rj al Soul'. V u -iver.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  '       DFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
i;.*  ��� Dominion Trust blor-k.
EDWIN v   W. SAIT.  ARCHITECT-
GUI ��� k.   Telephone 338
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
PAPER   HANGING   _.   DECORATING.
I HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings. Burlaps, and Sanra-;
house painting, kalaomining, paper
I..anting and decorating. _ sth
Btreet,  Mew  Westminater
FOrND���LADY'S GOLD CHAIN AND
_n_.rm. Own^r can have sanv. ��n
paying cost of  this  advertisement, j_..._,    pgAPiaON    ELECTRIC
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE ��-   ESMONDS,  BARRIS
ti-rs   and   solicitors    Blackle   block,
Ootnmbia street. New Wsauniantei
W. J.  Whiteside, H.  1.   BUmOM
HALE l'.li. 18   I C<'    I-l D   vi  .
tate and lasuranoe   i"
tree!   l ���  11  .! ��� i s i
ABBOTT A HYDE. (V  ll  C   -BI
Proprietor)     Ha, . itati   I
.. .ti-   n
: v i-.. irabis streel   p  0   I- v 34"
Pl oni   :.'i.
SETTLERS   ASSOCIATION OF B   C
P    11    Brown,  manager. I'   O    Box
I
TBN   ACR1 B     -   ��� UM
ton n, oi     mil ....
. \   icrei      leered ...,,,...
barn.     Price, |12Q
8UBURBAN   HOME THREE I
ared gard
i-' !��� r.'ii   ho ISI        -a   ��� ���
!.   i-lcht   mlnuti-i   fnvu   cl'     .  ���:
Iln. ,   i.-��>d  Wl 11.   I'n!*  tr-    ,   | !"_������>;
half rash
McADAM _  il.v   v   rOLUMBIA st .
Box  174;
piion.. (93      Real eatats and i
ance, rn^ney  to loan       ("all an.!
Oar list ��>f city, sir.urban and farm
propertj   before    purrhanlng    sl i
whi*re
FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
,,   il   1'       -Ml I V  l.i.lxll     Nv   ..
.
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.as   I ���
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Invtt '��� otw*   B
11   Dlsn.
-i.u I ODOE N ���
firsts nd thlr.l   ���
Vlsltl
rrn    oordlallj    Invited    to    ati
V    I I    !'    W    v- Odd
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NOTICE    RE   HOI
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plaint
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TENDERS  Wi
COURT BRUNI ITE, NO   I   I
tourta  Friday  la  I
mill
block
*. .L  ORDER  OF   I Ml
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:- m   In    lh#  Ks
h��.: ���   ���: ��� ���     L Clark. -I
v - bofietd   -���   - '  -
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Ofl   the  ^r^���
t evei    month la K. of J
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'ar(<>r��   nr, !   ���   -
th.-  Prta -*-��  I
low
-  ' '  ��� . .   ��� ���
���i!   third	
Apply News offlce.
CO.,
FOUND���FOB IN QUEENS I'ARK.
Owner can have same by applying
at this office, proving property and
paying for this ad.
li    ���-      in     e.ectrlcal     machln-'ry,
and supplies, house wiring,
are   wiring,     motor   repairing,
etc Bank of Commerce building,
11   P. O. Bos 921
FOUND���t 'OLD        WATCH
ANV     FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
chain.
Own .   can   have  sam-   I
proving   property     and   paying   f'      '   !.   MERRY  &  CO.,   PHONE  AMI.
this ad.      Apply this offlce. rner   of   B.ack .   and   Carnarvon
���������������_______-___-_������ -       Have opened ��� feed and
��� aking itable for horses.    Horses
FOR SALE.
KOR SALE���TWO POOL TABLL.
Apply  Chapman's    pool    room
minion  Trust  block.
POR SALE���PIANO, ALMOST Nh.s
Will sell for bargain as parties go
ing east. Address P.O. Box 703   I
FOR SALE���FIVE FULLY PAID I'P
shares  In  tin-  Vulcan  Iron   v.
New Westminster.      WII] tak.   $490
ca-h      Apply J. P., this office.
R,.f<-renei>   furril        :
FOR      SALE ���NEW       FIVE-ROOM
cottage  ..n   S tth   street;   fill! 1
lot, cleared and f.-nce-, plant.
fruit; price $1300. First-
terms.     Apply p. Peebles, I
lumbla  street,  city.
FOR BALE��� "WOODYATT" 16-lN'i il
awn mower stoves, mission ' 69
pictures and remnants of stock at
very low prices to clear Miller &
Target. r_ew an i second-hand Btore,
Guichon  block;   107 Columbia st.
HOUSE  TO   RENT.
TO RENT���SIX-ROOM  HOUSE, COR
ner rviiin and  s 1    ���    --is       Kor
particulars    Apply    .la-   Mnlrbead,
221 Seventh aven ie
FISH   AND   GAME
S'SON   tt   AVLINC.  FISH,  FRI IT,
Game   Vegetables, etc.     Begbv   *
o;.p.   Windsor  Hotel.
FURNITURE.
W.    E     KALES.    THE    FURNTI l R__
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corn-r Agnes ;ind McKenzie s reeti
PI   ne 176, night rail sl.
WADE WHEALLEJ. _ McQlAKKIK
��� F   C   Wad.-, K. i  . A   Wh.-aiv    'A
0    McQnarrie),    BoUeitors,   Barrta
ti rs.  etc..  i2  Lome street, opi-    '���
courthouse.        New      Westmin.    r,
(Pbone 113). and the Vancouver of
fice is at  No   ���. Royal  Bank Cdam-
bers, los Hastings Btreel   s ���  I
OEORGE K MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Bolicltor. Gulchon block, Oo
lumbla and M. K.-nzi.- Bta, New
Westminster, B  C
W. MYERS CRAY. BARRISTER
So.icltor and Notary Public Curtis
block, f'larkson  Street -     '..  the
.'.,'irt Honse.     P 0  Box IM.   Tei-
ephoni. i'.4
STENOGRAPHY     4     TYPEWKI1ING
FREEMAN     BUNTINO,     ROOM       .
Onlchon block      P 0  Box ��� ������
CUSTOM      8TENOORAPHY       \*v.
T> pewriting;   ��� ������        eorl
li-tt.-r*,   etc      Pi  ������        nfltoe, I
l-irt.... i     reel       Pbone (3
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY*8 PICTURE POST
��� ir-!* are on sale it M Merej^s
Btationerj  Btore   J   ���;   I lemon's >l-
- divan. F Mackensie -  lm ��� stor,.
and    Th-  I'air     Colun   I I        et
SECOND HAND   STORE
WK BUY -ND BELL FURNITURE
and all kinds il new and ��--eond
hand goo li      >. Bpei _   near  I *
off.. ���
T VLORS.
GALVIN I.M'IKS IND MENS TAI
toring \ n. ��� line of iprlng Baiting Juai in      Button malting, 11
41  Slith s-
���   ne B
I   ii   ii   K     ROYAL    t'lTt'    LOUOK
M-     ��    la    .'!'.felln��.      hall
���i Frldaj ���   ���
Inx at 8 o'clock     VWUag  !r.!hr<-n
-.nil   , ���    !.   bi     ms  !���   K IM
N    O.J   C    K   imborni-    1'  Q    record
-,-.tr-,
OTHER     FRATERNAL    BOC1K.
:       s Union U U:>-. tie  9. A
ad A. M    King Solomon '���'-
17. A. F. aad JL M     i.   '.   i.
��� i.  '.   i     No. 1691; l
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F    I ��� '���'. ���   - ���  ��� **��� ���
- Qwti   Nne
BOARD    OF    TRADE    NEW   -'
mln       ��� t Tra Is meets n ta.
Hn''   ri  f������; ��� ra
I .    of   sael    m 11
��� Ung    on  'b'
- r- r. i-., m.i���    tagnet
��� b -,- m      aaanai
. | Tbured
Nee   memlx n  ms
I    ��� ���    '. ��� ������ ��� >ntti
tarter!]     m.-.tin.      c    it
��� i '.   ����� . -��� ���
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LAND   AC!
Corro*   Land   Oil"
Dulnct ot Queen C"---
T��ke ni-.t! .   " a    'i   H
Van..
d��     to  ��;
the   folium in,-     '��� *
B   - lng  a!  ..
the   went   end  of It
snat<
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.prii li
OL1   R   IAC
KOR  THE  BE8T   VALUE   IN  GRO
cerl a.*,      The t>,)r��� (rood
Su;.        G      - ry, P. O. Box Sli
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. X DRAPER B. C. LAND Bl il
���vej r El i | block, New We t
minsti r   li   c
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
k.nd  of   Job   printing.      ������   ���   work,
v.        prices;  Phone        P. O.
box   it.       Old  Dally   Nee     Mock,
Sixth itreel
LAUNDRY.
RQYAL ''ITY LAUNDRY, RO. _L
Avei ie am] Bla. , le street. por
Just one week mor* w-e will wash
curl tins and blank, ta for    26.
pai.-     Tak.- advantage of thl.-
RESTAURANTS
KENNY'S RESTAURANT .-. CAFE
T iv ets, .'! ni- all for ii Home
. ooklng. ah w!-,i'. - mental labor emploj i d < Ipi ��� and
night      0       Ite tram ofl
ROYAL CAFE   (Mi oprle*
trew i      I'-, ,r - ran ���     ��� ng of
oap,  fl          ill   i    ml -��� ���   or   roast,
pudding oi    ii    tea, i offi ���
Model Sign Woi
SIGN.  SCENE  AND OR'.
PAINTING
Old News Block, Si
New Westmii
Thto,  p. Young.  P
WliSIMlNSTKR    OPERA      HOI
treei   w. n Cartj   mai i   -
������ i i. ma provided during
��� i-uii      Advance ticket ofllce,
Rya |'b Drug Store.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   701   COLl M*
11     str--.' Firm class    moi ing
song       num-r
attractions      E*ro( - tm chan ��� d
Moad .'���   v, '-ii   kJ i . an I Frid i>
DLPARTMENT     OF     MILITIA
DEFENCE.   OTTAWA
ANO
THK EDISON  THEATRE,    CORNER
. oi its   i .        : ".        lligii ���
moving plctur*      Illustrated n.>n����
Program chang  |  Monday, VN'e-im-H
: i     ami  Frldaj
r*     (In     dupill a!i-,   lot
the SUp] ..;. !   Ku.-I   \\'.r>.1   r��- '
I to heat tbe M    ts
a. vi. t-.r b  V aai nvei and Ni �� '���'..     !
��� r,  u   C. for   the   ten months i
ending   M in b   II,   I ��10     �����;;   be
��� 'iv.] ��� ,   Mon,I ,        lUOi     ! I     n''Xt. ���
Ier Is to be marked    i eaaer
for  |- v... .     .,.,..,,...
M .    incl   Ottawa
Printed   ��� of teodsi oonta n
I .    ..i.'.iliii^l   tr.iln
thl 0 Kill     .   '
���',.������ Ill I '    ���
,, ���' ! Vii toils    * ho
NEW W_lLIN(.H.N
COAL
PODOTLT-JU SIITH1 nn
MIFf AJITBIACm C8AI
JOSEPH   MA.I
Bui  ���     ii  i"
M.yi-ri A  Pm-   -
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot     '
P.  O.   Bo*  3-1'). Phon. '
Lacrosse Lies
Tickle Mudville
calh
���   m Pagi 0    i
Regina ambl
���imi  ������������ a    lo-..      riie practi*
���  'i
Regarding thi  condition o1
i    ,'     ���       .... a     hard]      a
niiiii on  the team Is noi   wi arli       a
gash on  hla cranium oi  dftplaj    an
_jiijuiioua trademark ol tli   garni  . All
ttati dei idedlj thai thi referei Boake
n    to Regina,    and  failed  '<> penalizi
Ijrt  dirt;   woi i   oi   thi   pari ol the Sal-
��� ii   Bellies
We  think    Regina    is    all  right,
CAPIT   ,;i ''     *'"'' '''''   were "' v<'���'   ;i',i'1'''1
' i in our Uvea 'ban we Have been
RESER ,   Regina lacrosse management
Branch''""* ,,li" ,h'  1<,Vs :'''' ""' s"r
Oi     $4,000 wa   Regina-
thi   ;- and altbo tgh the
it of a fur-'  i   wai
���   -.    i ng  card  thai   ��� i
��� ������ I    Aiii   plaj   wm,    the
.��� :  .i i      Bhea
Ooi man    will figu
|the Otta ��� i Capital . ,..
toda thei    n    -��� ���     .   .
f*oeoeoe<-eoeooeoeo*- a-eoeo o+o+o+o+cj+r-.+fx+c+r+c^+r.+^r.etn
Cheap Lots
The Question   English Walilinidki
When : irnltun  < o* sp <
a    good
NEAR   TENTH   STREET  AND FIFTH  AVENUE   FULL SIZE
LOT.   $375.   GOOD   TERMS
SEVENTH   AVENUE  AND SIXTH  STREET   NICE  LOT $450.
CORNER  SEVENTH  AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   BTREET.   $050.
REASONABLE   TERMS
Is
Newfound.'
came,  and   win   be  able  to
���&.*
. their return East thai Regina
land, New kre the rea]  quill.
U. 8. A., aicDougall   Smashed   Up.
banking    biilu^ioii   thej   said   tha
ters of I'l-.li   badly battered   up.
and  McGregor won
correspondent-   in   th,.  Kame   ,,���.
world. ni--it in tarn oompany,   To
Savings BanaJmon Bellies ll  is neces-
received  In   Bud,  V','n   s"""-,.ll"m;   "Jj
ily   bo  s-im,.  tiin.- li- tor.-
and interest nllot|k(,  ,},
annum   (present  r
Total   Assets  ovincial   Success.
Is  are  the  onlv   leant
NEW WESTMINt  a)t.-i    the   cup   and
0. D. BRYM
cup
l. ���
some-
would
from
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN     HUM-
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Land   with
Iln the rallwaj  b* li  In Brttl .. <  ilum
I Ida, maj  be home teaded   i   anj pi -
"ii who is the sol ��� bead "i a famiij
v.  in,.li- ovei   L8 >������ ai    of agi
Lhe extent of on-* quai tei   . ���   Ion ol
V"  acres,   mon.  or less.
Enti..  musl  be made i-* rson il     ai
:iv local  land ofllce tor thi   ���
iu which the land la situate
iroxy may, however, b*   m
a    oondltlons    by    the   fa
i" r ���  . son, daughter, brothei o
ni Intending homestead
.im, .sti-.-id i- is required lo pi i
' :i,.   oondltlons   conn.'.  .  ;
uiid.-r   one   oi    Ho-   toi
:
m least six months' re_ldeni ������
nd cultivation of tbe land on
ar lor three yeara.
tba fiulvi'r ( or mother, l] the
decased). of the homesteader
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, MKr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
~0*0*0*Q*Q*OKQ+0+0+O+0*QKO+O%O+OK>*O+aa*O+0*Q*O*Qto
by ���)li.-i um;  mui  io tin     ' ere
imi   ran      ��� ��� irgi'Ht   -lock   Ol    11   B
ami second-hand goods of nil kinds In
tip- city.
I bave a splendid Oreem Beparatoi
ale, nearly new.
Com ��� and ae how mu.-ii mor,- you
ran fi-. im vim money hers than
elsen here
! Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
resides upon ��� tana lo the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirement!
as to residence may b.- satisfied hy
such pereon residing with the father
oi mother,
< .i ir ib,. settler has big permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him In thp vicinity (,i hiH Homestead, ib.. requirements a, to resldeacs
may \v satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six month- notlc<. In willing should
Ik- glv.-i) to 'he commission,r of Dominion   lands  at  Ottawa of  Intention
to apply for i-.ii. ni
('-.-ai. Coal mining rights maj be
leased tor i ,. .,.,,1 ,,i twentj om
yean at an annua] renin] ol $i per
���ce.      Nol   more   than   2060   v re -
shall  be leased  ii ,. Individual  or
eotnpany      . i    _]<    at u,,. nu,. ..t
tire cents pi i   .,,, BDftn |���, ,.()||,.,.t,.(i
on the merchanta i!   coal mined.
W   Vi   CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of ths Interior
N.B.���Unauthorized    publloMlon   of
this   iidvi-nl.., i,,. _    ���-������ u Kl
for.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone  13. Office, Eighth 8t.
Gold  W a'. !'..* for I ���>
up
Bllver    W kli _es,   n- "!
$6.00.
Bllvei  Wati hi *. gi nl
$7.50  up
\   nl    for    Waltham
wati haa
Watoh repairing i ������;-   !'
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from    tiro.   Asttumt     ��
Repairiag of guns, umbreiis
writers, and Hghl kutomatlc i
ery nnd bloyclss g gpsclaltj
Alex. Spec
Columbia si.     "Man on "',' u
ES TAB Ll S H EDj^^
Incorporate.
1905. r. 10*
y    JUNE   4,
1909.
THE   DAILY   JEWS,
PAGE TH-UBK.
NEW
timer >
w
I
ncl Autumn Goods ��� * ************��-��*seeee<
and   Gentlemen ���
i   material    toi
,nd Kuitiugi hai
... 1  fit  an I  gO '
HOUSE of QUALITY
ii
Ling yuen.
I" ...       a     _��� ���      Dlnz-L '>
r.   mt J
4.  Co.   Block,
Mclnnse    8tt.
p  (i   Ik.i (81
1
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oughts are always   de
fived by buying
CANAOIAN
PACIFIC
IA1LWAY COMPANY
Sti
i:
iilWAf CLOTHING
its and Furnishings of all
are accessories to a happy
frame of mind.
FLOOIJS DEVASTATE
UK RIVER VALLEY
Mucr
Damane   Don.   b/   Swollen  Wa
Around   Fernie���Bridges
Threatened;   Shacks  Lost.
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l*i
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���
I |  Agassis
tars f.<r ran       | THE FRAStf.
VALLF V
ii i.i .
''v Owing  to    recent i
l*eei:��� |- ,,| t>,,. ���
:���*���* i ibis di-.
tnct v,.rv -
J high.            ,. . 0W( _
* jits b ices, particularly                Fernie,  ehere the wa ;
te*                - bouses   and |
the nt io  lo
v  .       es much
bigtae ... ,    ,,, .
I hi ..,;    own- ;
���  : anj   Men
have engtben ng tbe j
river
Tb.   .���..-      md C. P. R. passi
train      I thi   Boo - ���     ae flyer i
bold .   . ouni o_ ���
...   tbe
othei   bridges
an       eai _ d    At    Coal   Creel
baa) overflowed
��� Tb ��� . a ..
��� i also
��� ���'��� Large portl       i.  tbe
**++*++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++  tiaahi
i
:      .
THEY WILL STAND
CLOSE ACQUAINTANCE
Eburne, B. (.' . Maj 20, I 109
Tba  Braekman-Ker  Milling Co.
Ltd:
Dear   BIrs,���Although   1   om
r.ot at first relish tbe Bavor ��t
11 irv- after
ug  them a f- ���' ' lm< -   I ac-
. i a great liking for them.
: can now bs tei several
aonths' steady   tsi that far me
thej     are    t: Bn aKlast
Food on the mar,.- thej  have
i ror of whl not tire,
and are digested.
Yours truly,
__RB   J    V   SMITH.
i
EUGENE BROWN & CO.
���LUMBIA STR T.I. I
The anove should be conv.n, nc-  evidence  of their food value.
Ask your grocer for a package.  15c.
Your baker for a barley loaf.
If you bake bread, ask for a 10-lb. sack of Barley Flour. Made
by the sarne prociss as Barley Flakes; a book of recipes n'ttrt every
sack:   we   guarantee   this   flour.
Animated Picture, .nf^,,!..?.,.- SEALINU INULiSTRY
e _	
:    THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
e
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei!
..aster-brook   lMiiiinj
CDurne.   B. C.
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
FARMLAND! season.
.Df-rim in.  " '
-��HCUA LI5 I b . li 3]        .
i' ���������       -_-���-=__-_.__=_    '
ompany.
MAY NOW BE SUSPENDED 8 FLOUR !        FLOUR
,   ._. .    Negot.ation.
ernrrents to Close   Peiag-c Seal-
Our New Clubbing Offer
vOBSJat f3B___MkSZ+J.
$1.00
2.00
$3.00
Westminster Weekly News
Standard of Empire (weekly) ,  .  .
$2.50
PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN f\f -<-���..
AND WE WILL SEN fHC WEEr '���     OF     THE     daily
.MICH INTEI EST    FOR     THE
 ._.._.        _  . ... .. . r-r-a I _ I   r,_nfl_
Progret. Between Go-.
Cose  Peia_ -. S
ing  in   Northern   Waters.
Imperial     S7 00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel        $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "      "
McQuarrie & Co.I
LOUR AND FEED MERCHANT-.
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
���   ���
. : ���
nmen
....
���
...
��� ND    REGISTRY   ACT.
Crystal Theater
CORRESPONDENCE
-.ED    IN    LONDON.
-
��� ���i     t andard Of   i '���'1  ��� i    ���������  * ���
.'-'.        N   TORONTO. '��� ' ���'���   '���  MO
n sett's news ol  L
...-������
...    . . 11    inert ,; .    v
snta
i ... lhe other  side.
..... , ... | | - .     .      ,    ���        f the I
��� ,   men  '-"-   ut   In I        I    ���      ' '-   ' I   'r
wh.i  ' manufacturers ���- tl   "j In
���   *     ��� ��� .        ,r- im  Dr"   nl   1%
.'.   rt the i   ner Is a+tna In Mt <���>  (kestrsMs and ether mineral    producing
pant ct ths Emp rs
���'0ER     THE   DAILV   NEWS    NEW   WtW.  NgTEH   IS   THE    PROGRESSIVE   MORNING
THIS  DISTRICT      THE   WEEKLY   ECTION   IS   THE    EPITOME   OF   THE   DAILY.
YOU  WILL  r,.T   TWO   OF   THE  MOST  UP TC DATE   PUBLICATIONS  GOING       CUT
f   AND  SEND   TO  THE    DAILY    NEW-    .     O    BOX   29,   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
.    ���������
I
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4
.
and
ot   -New   .
bearing date lb    program    changed     MONDAY,
_    v    LeO. all   WEDNESDAY   AND   FRIDAY.     SPE
.    Ol   CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DA/    2:30.
Qises -.'.:.      ij
.:.     . i. ...   '���:    N   ������
���      tSrlt-
vi. ..; ly known
.   -v. |3 and
Bub '.;.��.- on Block H-
V ..������   requir---,!
..������   tax  pur-
lajrs from tbe
. of this no-
1-'.   Mi-
.-\!I 1
tlon of
��� r  fo:
West-
.     .
Land Rej Ottice,
British
v     oarjr,
ANIMATED   PICTURES  AND   ILLUSTRATED   SONGS    OF    THE    VERY
HIGHEST   CLASS.
EVEN *.-   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Children   5c.   adults    10c-
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
Grand Trunk Ry^
, .i  E.
Excellent I rain Service Betwee
Chicago, London,
hamilton, Tor���__.:;,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
E.
���
i'   S   KI
In
Ul i        ns served wi notice.
undei
-   -���'>>    And all the principal business centers of
* ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAM-
. - an i aii l
i  'u lue j TIME PROVINCES.
I ������!;i -'**������   '-aiiii   . .  - -     '-'V    is
,   vion- oi , Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK and
. - shall   be ' PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Fulls.
r- and ��� ''��� rer estopped d    arred   I For Tin.* Tables, etc . address
..��:. up any claim to or in respect
ad to ibe * dl ao sold fm  taxes a^
on -.! thi   S si d ...  ,.��� -.- v\ Ac;
me - : .I'-iivi. ��� ' _^_____
GEO.  W. VAL.X.
Weaee eeed te ��y �����rtsa fer ons year the weekly  news .nd
THE   STANDARD  OF  EMPIRE, for v.H,ch   I  encv.r  th, sum of $2 50.
DISTRICT
r  c
-��� bi . ' om lae -
ild        ��� ��� i  l am
tli    M  -
.    -..:..   think   iik.-   him,
v- - tin
LANO   REGIS 1 HY   ACT.
erton
Taki-   r.v.w     that     au   Bpplical
���  to register lv ter Hen-
owm i iu ii i- simple, uu
JAMES B   KENNEDY, deed  trom  lhe  ta-   ���
j.IUl.   |, ij��o. and ���      -��� ���    Surrey, to   1 iv- Uorpora-
 '. , rownship  i-i   District  ol
_;uiv 1st daj ol
Roosevelt Under Water. Deci ..  A.  U..  i.-V. Ol  Bl) an.i Bin
.: tain parcel  ��� ,   tract ol
land       .  i '������ ;. ���- -     ��� ������������- 	
Booeevi ' Sew Wd
i   Smith*.    Ferrj   ���,.���.���..    [0  ���      .     f_nc.   ,.[    British
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chi'-ai_o. III.
TIME  TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
in
.     kl
i. - ���
-Hi   and 200  feet  �� '   ,,ua ,-,, a                                and \. ot
e creek depth of 100 f.                                ...       , and S,
. -������'���       flood -.  ���         Qrou                    .  ���     _ ���   ,   ,,:   Bl
���u_ .____-4��4_.*��4������*******������*��������*����i andl, as this word U .  *
****** W444+++++++++++++* MMMIM��NIMIMMM<MMMMMMWMMMMMM1M buildings iu the town are _
--" -"ir'V:" -".:" ".'".-���- i
The placi r
ojrvsd,   the
.-i!i>; burl. I     Bui no live
I   .in I   ;  -  ������  ���-   *
in   kno�� u
lilOU-,1
Mystic  Shriners'  Excursion.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD. I Bargain Sale
Vou and   v si  ���
... i  .md  ,i-. aiming
.ma Inter st in mi    a I   J virtue
ol   ,ia;.    .... i  Instrutni at,  and
b1|  pi   -        claiming  anj   Interes    m
itio .-.ild land bj  des��        whose utlo (
1-. do! registered under ths proi -���"'.-
June J.���Announce- of the 'Land  Reglatxj   Act,    are re
:--di\ that the eteam* quired to contest ihe claim ol ths tax
Ltavr Langlej ut 8-00 a.ui , av.ve
at Port tianej at 8:15 am. arrlvi at
McAdam landing at _:J0 a.m.; arrive at Hammond at lv 10 a.m.; arrive
at Pori Keils ut 9:00 -i in ; arrt.i at
New Westminster at 10:30 a.in.
Leave N a  Weatmlnstsi at 4:M p.-
-.;; ; Bxrhn       Port Kells at 5:30 pm.;
at Hammond ai 6 OC pjn.; a.
u tfcAdams Landing at (, IS pjn.;
-v.      I laio j a*, i,   15 p.m.; ar-
rlre ai Langlej at 7:00 ;, n
Leaving B. & K. Wh.uf, daily except  Saturday
Portland, Oi
.'lit  was in.uli-  . jm       jm     w^m* __ b.b��wmb_m_^
Senaiorof the raeifle l'��'u-*-t Steam*   puretiaser  wiiluti  foriy live d.iy.  trom ; C      C    TRANSFER
. company's Be.i  had been chart* [the date ol the first publication of ttla|ease  *��a  ��� ���tnis��#i   ���_��������
_d to take Oi-eguo and Washington notice upon ron, and m default of a
M vii- Shriners to Noun- and return,   oaieat or certificate ol He p��i-ens be-
Comuu'Utiug April  1st the suaiu-r
Transfer    will    leave    Urackman-Ktr
wharf tvery  week day afternoon, ea-
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
CHILDREN'S   AND   LADIES'
on. Bled within such period, or In de
fault ol redemption before ivgisu-a
tion. you and each ol you Will be for-1 cept Saturday, at -I p.m. for Ladner,
..-.or estopped and debarred from Bet- j Westham Islaud and way ports. Sa.t*
Ung up anj  cl-ini to or In respect ot   Uld. . at  z  v u,._  returning    to  N��w
the  said   land,    and    1   shall   register! ' 	
Peter ILiulvson as owner Un-,-eof in WeKmlnstei Saturday ev.-ning.
fee.       And   1   herebj   order  tha;  pubil-    RUNS  TO   STEVESTON  TUESDAY8
P.   BURNS  & CO.,  LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,.
cation ol this notice for thlrtj days, in
,i dallj newspaper published in .New
Westmlnstei will '��� good und sum
clem Berries thereof,
llatasi  a!   Hie  L.iud  Kegistrji  Offi. >.
New Weatmlnater, Pwrlnoe of British
Colum. ia. thla 3rd day ol May, A. u.
11909.
THE   LATEST  STYLES ALL  GOING '    "*   KEITH.
lUslili ���     K- gi_:r.ir
AT A reduced PRICE. ToYuk    Chee,    Chee    Blag Kap,
.  .lohn .1   Weir.
Hats and Mil'
I        linery
'""HONE   101
COLUMBIA STREET.
Connor and McQuarrie
261 COLUMBIA STREET.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���LN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
AND SATURDAYS.
Returning leaves Westbam I_.aud
every week day morning, except Friday, at "a.m., aud Ladner 7.5 am.
Friday leaves Westham Island 6 a �����
and Ladner at C:4u a.m.
Additional    trip    Monday    morning,
Raving New Westminster at 5 am.
This schedule    subject    to change
without  notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDA/    JUNe   ,
ItO.
The Daily News
Published by Th.   Dally News Pul ���
lng Compan*.. Limit! d. at thi lr ofllc-1
The [MUy News Block, corner of Mc-
Kenzli   an* VI.'  : a streets.
"GET THE HABIT"
Correspondence   i   We Lead> 0lher_ p^
fl 'E il _ u ii ft.  - --���
(Th(. Daily Ne"-- le n"t reapon I
tor the opinions of ts i one. pondents
E. A.  Paige Managing  D.rector
FRIDAY.   JUNE  4.   1909.
THEN   AND  NOW
M. rare thai wonder
ful . ��� the d< ��� lopn ���
hai    been mad - li
, i ih  Columbia d
But  exactly a
-1 _ents   In
perhaps  onlj    a     tew   peraoi
aw a:.-     '-  .     _aph under
ing   of      - Te '���"���     -   ' i
News -dv.
owei than   - h     v  ;-'
io which the culmre of I ���    1
has  grown during thai  pi rl d     This
di ��rs  .    ������ ol   ) me i. l***-'.  ������ a I
follow B
-1     , .- a. --..'
exhl: H  i las   evening   :   "���'.���   P    ���'
Leland  housi
of ���:.   .        , ol  Mr  T. -    Cunningham  New Wi '       M    '    nnlng
ham has son..-   ow    ��� f si awberrti -
_���    -,: M:     Hi :;-v    vtCe-pn 6 dl Q1   -
th,   p. .��� Growi rs'   igsociatl
win   ,-   m      East rn mi a   ���' ���
<\| nr::   - ties ol
climar-*- "
Thus is record! I ihe modesi begln-
ninc: of an industry which has atta ni I
to such iminen..-. proportions. Some
thousand, of acres   of    the lu�� ous
fruit a-- now under cultivation in 'his
province and every season witnesses
the addition of large areas to th.- production of the berry Unto I in iti .-
���h- very severe frosts of last winter
did gr**at damage to the strawberry
plants, an-: though, as w< have sa^d
considerable areas h.-.-.. een added,
and replanting has taken ; !ace on al*
i ary straw ':������ ..     thai  waa
cut down by the fr - yield 'hi*
ison la not likely to he more than
half tie usual crop Loganberries,
the culture of which has been gradually Increasing during the lav. two or
ihree years, also suffered severely
from the sharp frosts of January
Generally, however all the other
fruits give promise of excellent crops
this vear.
THAT RACE!
Dally Ni-u
5       I ia \ iii^  rea I  a   rldlcu ous
count ol ;i i ace (?) 1   tween thi  C   P
K. s-,. amer    Beavei  und    the Ki.v
Mill _* obi panj '_ .-aii ai;.v  Benatoi  Jai
sen,    ' ���   being  a   pas engei   on  tl
���   i  a Ish to sa     hai  l oon
it m\ unfair    aocoum    regarding tl
'.��� peed tirtwe. u the two boa
tor  the  former    wai    i".. led  to
guards with genera] freight and running  ai   ha I Bpeed,  ��hllai   the  la I
ia i  no  ii. Ight  of any  kind, and i ���'
��� running at full ��p<   d
1 do not consider It the spli
sportaman on tbe pai t of
of ih.- Senator Jansen to 'rj  conclu-
oi - wuh tho Beaver under BUI . ��� ���
.-   ;��� ml   ���
another storj   'o ten
_:. j hound ol s
i- ai.
\   SPECTATOR*PASSBNU_K
New Weatmlnstei    > ���'""
'"���" ���'' "i-*5 ejwerl on see the
���   today.     Bpwclal tor drcui
Cups  uu 1  BaUl ilie, 3 for asc*
3  for 25c.
The  Fair
tilt; Columbia Street.
r for c tab and sell for the sami
ARE  YOU   INSURED?
The i-ot weather Is here making I '"c" ��' flre much 8r,��ter'   Hjv*-  >����  auffleism
your   house   and   furnitur..     Havr   , ''  -���- �����������       "   not' d0n',   d"'��y   '"     "'"'"g   *   po      ,
once.       For the   .mall   premium,     I "   ��r<   lOauran+n   '*   Written tod-y .1 doe. no. ,.,,  -
,t one  nonute.       When  imunnr,  . M ** well  have a company  favorably  known to th.   ,
I   HAVE  THAT COMPANY. THI .'00L  A   LONDON  _.  GLOBE'   You  all   h.ve  h��ara
m�� for my rates, then have   me  -v fOU-S policy.
J.   J. JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block.  Columbia  streel
PHOM
SUNDAY   EXCURSIONS.
Kali tor Daily N
Sl ,���In your is- -,.   ���������  th a tu
Is :i letter from l M *���
% very si
mj   si .:. : wiii reap, ct to Bunds    ex
curjlona     w ell, v.i- mai tei  wai
ought;  di.    . .   d on    I of P
nl   In   i ""    ai I i    ���
now   stands   was  then   ei    -��� ,i     \i, ���
(Continued on  i':\^i- Thri
SUMMER   TIME  TABLE
OF  CANADIAN   PACIFIC
THE  TEHUANTEPEC  WAY.
Merchants _nd shippers have lon_
b-^en looking forward to 'he possilu-
:-.-���- of the new British railroad aci*"
Tehunntepee isthmus as a mean*
ol -hortening the ocean journej be
tween Western Canada and Europe
and to thus forming an effective rival
*.-,.  pr nt    combined  s:ea:*.
railroad   communication    across    thi
continent     h ���. this new route
ha.s, *.o a large extent, made P"
the establishment of one or more te
nunal   el-vators   in   this   city,   in   th.
promotion of  which project  many  i I
most prominent citizens ar.
.- . a.n active inte.esv
The  Tehuantepe<-   way  Vs.   how.
being put to practical use as a i.v
of   cheaper   communication   between
Kast-rn  Canadian  points and  Bi
Columbia.      A  through    shipment of
merchandise is to leave Montreal on I
the  15th  inst..  by  an  Elder-I>-_.,��� *. ���: j
steamer for connexion by the railway
with -.l.   Canadlan-Mexclan liner Geor*
gia at Salina Cruz.      From    15 *    50
days   will be   the time   occupied In
transit      Thi.. new shipping route is
expected  to prow-  not only  cheap*-r,
'out in other ways superior to the long ,
overland  haul     bj   the  C.     P.   R.  a!
fir-Bent   adopted.
Following u the C  P  R  Um     ���   e
affect ng  | >  -    train    departures .ind
.    - Into ��� Heel i - i.iy
Train leaves Nee   Weetmlnet r tor
the Junction ai 7 mm ct with
train from the East .v-d from Sea
:.. Jm     on    on    return  tii
B:15,    arrivea    Ne��    Weatmlnater at
vl.
Leaves Ni-w    Westminster   9:0.  to
coeneci with train going east   1/ ���������
Jun. 'ion   on   reiur;.   trip   al    ���  I     i>
rives  N.-w  \Y jtn  nster   10:07
Leaves  New  Wi 14:1     I
connect   at     Mission   wi-.n    Bt.   Haul
Ri ��� irning     l^.ives     Jut.
*.; li    ai N�� *   Westm    I *
15:12.
Leaves  Ni w  Westminster  at   I '
to conn.   ��� with 'rain going Fast   H---
turning      ires Junction at  U 4"   arrives        .  ���*  Westminster 20:07.
Leave:   New  Westminster  at   M:4G
���*:���'. train from l_l-*t     Re-
tiirnine leaves the Junction at -1:-'.,
arriv-- New Westminster a*. Jl 4 7
Dou    ���      transcontinental      service
��� th f'uiman. tourist and dining
can
-.      Expresa leaves al 9 '���', am
rn   Express leav-s at 7 pm
���rain leaves at  1:10 p.m.
o excursion^ on July 2 and
. ..'ist  11 and 12.
Male Attire Clothing
MALE ATTIRE is the best
Why?
Because it fits right, it wears right and is priced right.   I
iiame in your suit assures you the best work and fit money can get. f\'l
to $35 is the price, no matter what prices others charges-^20 to $45.
Why pay such prices when you can get just as good a suit from us foi
less? Our pride is to have every customer bring another. Vou w
do so.   Special this week: Values from $22 to $25 for
$ 18.00
ACME CLOTHING CO.
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
Special  Shoe   Prices ��
A   USEFUL   INFLUENCE.
Two .-cent denon aatloi      .
-   which have taken plac   in this
���v   Methodist conferei
*h    and the    Cl i   tlan  I n l< avor
���   ��� w cm     ' i      v .'���. .     have
ed to exciti      ���    emarl
��� it li would       i good
ng I      Ni ...   v,.    mil   ������ <>i ca
sion. ��� -.-.    ��,. ,
ta n ll .     hai b
v   ,,- trom
parte of    the Domii d
��� v. n ���   oihI the line, drawn to*
ti.'iii' i    I .    some    common  pm
whethi r religious, commercla    ��� v .
tional or recreative matters not, muBt
h.> an   . xcel. nt    means   of    making
known the merits and charm   o| our
i ���    abroad      inasmuch ther. toi ���   ai
nothing bul    good  <-an    accrui   from
ga ii- : Ing ��� oi this character, i- seem
io  ue  thai  ')i<- authorities  would  do
wi 11 to approach anj bodies thai maj
be  in" ndlng  to hold  their  p i lodlcal
asaemb li    on this coast, with a riew
to si-mi ng the selection ol New Westminster for tluu purpoae,
NOTICE.
Beginning Wednesday, June '-. i'"1''
the chann. I under the south span of
the presi nl dran al Lulu Island
i 11 in-. Ni w Westmlni ter ":" b<
i los ,i ',, navigation dui lng I v oon
sMiiiiion ol the new bridge Boats
i an us,   the chann-1 undei the north
a
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Who is Mavius?
60 pairs Men's Oxblood Blucher Ox
fords,   regular  $..00 shoes,   for  $'.._0.
60 pairs Men's $4._0 Velour Call
Blucher  Cut   Oxfords  fOr   $3.00.
-!3 pairs Men's Oxblood Blucher
Lace Boots, regular $1 .j shoes, for
$4,25.
Men'- Ring Fastenej Velour Ox
fords,  tegular $4.50,  for $3.50.
Men's best $4.50 and $0.00 Tan Shoes
for $3,45.
Men's Vici Kid Bluche* Lace Boots,
regular $4,50.  for $3.50.
Women', Velour CaK B'uchtv Lace
Boots, our "Femina" m.t^r regular
$5.50, for $2.95.
Women's "Feminai" Patent Leather
Boots,  $3.50  values for $ ' i ,
Women's Patr-nt Leather Dongolas,
our $3.50 shoes, for $2.75.
Women's "Feminia'1 Oxbioo_ o��
fords, regular $3.50 shoes, for $2.75.
Women's Fine Kid Blucher Cut
Lace Boon, regular $3,00 and $3.t>0.
for $2.75.
Women's Tan Button Oxfords and
Two Button Low Shoes, regular $3 00
shoes,  for  $1.95.
TRY
T. V. B. UNDERWEAl
The nicest, cool -t and most comfortal
Underwear mad .   Shirts made with Bhori
sleeves   and   coat  shape,   drawers   knee
length   the garment,
SEE  OUR  WINDOWS  FOR  THE   SHOES  WE  ARE   SELLINd^AT  THE  ABOVE   PRICES.
AFFORD TO MISS THIS OPPORTUN   ITY   FOR   CHEAP   SHOES.
YOU  CAN'T
75c
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C
New Westminster, B. C.
^'^_��=--:��?**-*_--_��5Se9ewSE^E8ES
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
WE ARE  SOLE AGENTS FOR DR. D   EIMEL'S LINEN  MESH  UN
DERWEAR. rpiDAV.
JUNE   4,   1��09
THE   DAILY   N KWS.
PACE _1VK.
THE
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ore
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THE
Cash Store
*��*���������**��<
ousekeepers'
Opportunities
Tl US WEEK.
Tl values we offer this week in our House Furnishing Section will eclip e all others we have put forward this season. Coming just at the time when
housekeepers are looking for bright new furnishings
for the home, this opportunity will mean a great
saving to the economical, and should not be neg
lected.
A   SEW   LOT
OF   LACE   CURTAINS.
In ��'  i.     ��� i
'.-������' ,     .
7ic
���i[W   S*SH   CURTAiN'   .C_
IN  WHITE  AND ECRU
MADRAS  MUSLINS
in   dale
". SCM UNBLEACHED
TABLE DAMA&K.
4��c PER YARD
.    * ���
a        .   l.iT!l_#k
���
-v.
A    SAMPLE    LOT
OF  LACE  DOOR  PANELS
.,
SIl'l
11 SO for ....... -1    '���'
BEDSPREADS
IN   ALL   MAKES   AND   DESIGNS
red    ed '������: this weak.
,      be4i-.ir-.ia__-
��,- ���   .    -   ��� ��� -. -.       Ki-eular
J  -5c
,- size   KOg-
>'       : -  .$' JB
'.'..._    bedspr  v-    tn
Bi    i iKi<>��   from $5 JO to J'-'iU.
: .���      **-^
i n leeefced    buck    towi
 -^c
ired Turkish v an
���otl finish,  par  puir    J3C
Turkish    towel-   ��� ft
pair *>.
.. ' ���   1    plIli.M.    ���  IMS
i per pair ...   - - v-_c
plain white cotton
tine   ajualit;.    per
��� *-_*-
I er of win-... rotion
q ��� ;   *
 ���i'*"c
READY  Ml ���������'���'! D  -HLETS
AT   1AR0AIN   I'RICtS
TABLE   NAPKINS
..:. ��1._0 and ��Vv.
N >                             '
.........    1         per 1 -;"
Hemmed, :*-..
Regular fl              ���          Speda
thi> **... .          -                  $i.ou
Wh                              -.-���-'.
Ilea.*     K v           |                           ��*'5��
\\!i,i.    bea   tl   bed      "'     ta
t   .    ���      i       ��*���'.'
V.HITE  LINEN
TABLE  COVERS.
Ws have a large quantity ol tfav-
FINE QUALITY
WHITE   LONGCLOTH,
aide. V1
...              ��1W
<���!���...-��� Bamplea   thai Are sllfhtlj
willed.  In several different  ���-
mostl ���    irga sixes and tba
��� ill-   uj.  to  $��� .'."   now   OD
crash    toweitng v.
,,        .in. ui. per y-ir.t.  ioc
WHITE   VICTORIA   LAV.N
-
APRON   GINGHAMS
.. .. ... ..-     lav   CC-OI-
1bc
COTTONS   ARE   ADVANCING
U   SHOULD   BUY   NOW    WHILE   SUCH   LOW   PRICES   PREVA,L
,ND THESE  EXTRA  SPEOAL OFFERS     WILL     LAST     FOR     THIS
WEEK ONLY.
i'RICES WILL  BE  HIGHER ���Ar
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready.o-Wear
City News
innouncea tha ma*
11 ighter, -I iann -.
I. R. H    ���      ,:  Vancouver     Tii>-
,.-.. on June -i
' : nv tardea at Tidy a,
-
Bole,  K    C,  ami   Mrs-
ivi on  Hot
oi the nexl
-. U;.' :. - :  add bet at
Trapp bl
���   ting ol thi   _*ni ��� -
��� 1     Vl
ad the n requested
row, ai
all.
and any
Davie
..
ulen -
v  .-. ....  will lake  iM....
���   roa       in   point  ol    d<    .uat on
.-   . ���       v Vai
.   :
To   ��� . .       ���       ' ommencing
7.   a.,   svi  close ��� u
I     |    '.:
I       - I
reen -
i
be Jin ���-. ted
ovi    Lhi Ung
i ���        ligl .      .    iOUS,       V.   ..   .      -
: i enjoyed al
���au-  made aith B
- i Flour.
lowing the ���   :
.   cltj   eo tndl ���* ll]  rell v.   W..  F ii -
Bi        :.-.   .     Be. ���     --it Lulu i    U  :
a,.;..,in lng an I       lb tn lot
B poi tlon of I : mon tha   At
;.r>-*eni    thl BtlO IOUS   da*f    .
and  night.
Ived,   a   carload of    Ro to
v -: Flour.    Full asaot ot of b z -
.;   49, '���-, now in stock. Hale tiros.
- CO . Ud.
tern In thi   Wl     S'ewi :������ ster*
.*_ :._  thp do,-..,-        ��� : | (2,. 5  '
���   ... _   In   I hud   an
I r.-.-  gen-
��� ������ were waiting - I ride T. Gif-
li store when it opened restarday
���:ing  for  a   souvenir  piece  Of  all*
|       �� ire, and Aid  Adam* baa now &
���     d .i cap for this purpoai
��� pleasant-st way to spend Batur-
.moon Ls to lak.- ,i riVei
Btereaton    ani    hack.     Ttv SS
fer leaves lirackman-Kf-r'.s whan
a-   _   p m,  every  Saturday,  returning -
.   evening.      Far*-    one dollar !������:
���    r I  trip. **"
Fi �� ��� -    Garfield, ex-, -
��� . :    ���-,.    Rochester   (b ua
...    ..      .     eing   entsrtalni d
( trad<- on lion da;- .will
rroa srith hi - prlvati   b*c-
���>.   Harold  Moore      M-   ..
a      .,- :ui the week-end In the ' ���
tfr   Moore  win  tak- the oj   ���
nf  m .-uu   his  brothers,   who
reside li   Kearj  street, Sapperton.
v.\. ii - n t . Pitt Lake, June 6,
. a.'.r. leaves 13 C E H
wl urf- l" .-in. arriving Pitt L*ka
��� . Works l ; un . returning to cty
6 pm. launch served on hoard. -^
cenu Hi-turn ticket*. Jl ach, so.d
Bl K J. Fader s Office, Northern
Crown Bank building "
Today 1'rof   a   L   Hi.jck. who has
Just   .i-vi-red   his  connee-.ion   ��l'h  the
|lCO���mi- rcial  (le;..ir;:ii.-    .;  i    l-.::i  ian
college   win  leave   tor a six  weeta' j
rial!   to his old    honr.-     In Hamilton.
Ont     i>:i bla n-tur_ h.- will he at tne
bead of a now business college, whicn :
will be eatahllabed in the Cunningham '
a lock ��>n  Blxth  street, and will  ba IB
afflhation with the Bprott*8haw Instl-
tut,. of Vancouver.
A special tiuvtiug of the city coun-'
cii wa< held >���-terday afternoon to
confer with representatives ol the
H.i-.-.un Paving Company, who -ve
anxious to secure b contract for the,
paving ol C .lumbla street Tha matter waa thoroughly discussed and Mr*
Lowey eng_m er for the com;.any.
will submit another offer .tt an early
dale IK- Invited members of the
council to visit Portland, where several streets are laid with this mute
rial.
!;. i li a Sand Id .estei day afternoon tor Das Moines, Iowa to atti n.i th annual convention "t the
L'nited Norwegian Lutheran church
which lasts from June B to June IT.
The reverend gentleman was chosen
m ..  lei gate to atti n | th   c invention
.,. inlaid pl tm . - .���; tba t3+
lumvan Lutheran college at Everett,
Wash.,  io select   professors   tor  that
utlon. lit- also r. presents tha
S'orwegian Lutheran church M South
Westminster
Tlu- Schui ek, wiin-li has com*
pleti I loading her cargo ol lumbei tot
South .merica at the Fraaer River
Mills, expects io leave at high t.de tonight Thi' "Clan Mclnnis' wlQ remain another week anchored in the
river opposite the C P, R whan until the ship "Puritan" finishes taking
on bar cargo at the mills, when the
Tlan Melnnes"    will th.-n   take ber
e-e. Word has been received that
"Lord Bfaaftesbury* has arrived
safely ai Sydney, N, S. \Y.. with her
cargo, which waS taken on at this
port.
The C. P n officials .Ki\o an explanation to the report in the cltj yeater*
daj tha' the Fraser River M1118"
steamer Senator Jansen had eaten
the Beaver In a nine-mile nice up-
river bj three-Quartera of a mile,
which puts a different tads on the
matter The Beaver was only ran-
nliiK on half speed because ot a vary
heavy load, boxes and Other ui.Tohnn
lis,, being piled even around the pilot
house. The local riveinien claim
that on former occasions the Beaver
when running full speed has made tier
nprtver trip. Including au landings.
and thvti beaten ber rival
A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE
OFFERING IN
Dining Room Furniture
Extent,, on Tables, Ro/al Oak    .TO up.
Sideto-.rris   $18.00 up.
Five  D.n.ng    Chairs and   1     Arrrchair.
the  set,  $6.50.
Parlor Suites, 5 pieces, $27.00 up.
Parlor    Tables in    oak or    mahogany,
$3.2=1 up.
Hanrjsorre   Music  Cabme's     with   Mirror. $16X10.
Handsome couches, from $5.50 up.
Combination     Desk,    ind     Book  Case
$6.25,
Strong  Hat Rarck, t��n pins, 50c.
Camp   and   Lawn   F irnlture;    Bamboo
Shades.
Our store  is fu     ot bargains in all
lines.
THE LEADING FURNITURE STORE
UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER.  REPAIR WORK ATTENDED TO
PROMPTLY.
W.   E.  FALES
ND   UNDERTAKER.     REPAIR   WORK
PROMPTLY.
612--". 18 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
Dinner Sets
We have ten dinner ?ets. regular value
$15.00 to $1650. which we will sell for
$12.50
If you require one, don't miss this op
poi-umty.
.-    Adams & Deans
Special Prices
For Friday and Saturday
Buying
I
I
MEN'S SHOES
Regular    W
eek
Knd
Price,
fr
ice.
Men's  Oxblood   Oxfords	
 $6-00
$5.00
Mens Tan W.l.ow Calf Oxfords	
 $6.00
$4.75
Men's Tan W.i'.ow Calf Bluchers    ..   .
 $7.00
$5.75
$3.25
���
���
���
���
e
���
���
| WOMEN'S SHOES
��� Regular   Week End
��� Price. Price
: Women's Tan Willow Calf Boots       ...  $6.00 $4.75
Women's Tan  V.ci  Kid  Bluchers      $5.50 $4.25
��� Women's Tan Willow Calf Oxfords     $5.00 $3.75      a
X Women's Vici Kid Oxfords (amall  sizes)    $4.50 $2-00      ���
+ Women's Chocolate   Kid   Bluchers    $4-50 $3.00
��� Women's Chocolate Kid Oxfords $350 $2.50
!Our wndows will be filled  with    the     above    shoes  at these
prices  today   and   tomorrow.
+        ____
;  +++++++++	
��� -__-_________������
: VV. E. SINCLAIR
THE RELIABLE SHOE MAN.
<THE Comfort^
of A JfOME
e, are truly insured if you take out fire, life and acci-
t dent 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
1 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
I
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
phoni ea.
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PAGE SIX.
THE   DAILY   v. ' WS.
PmOAY.   june   ���
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
i
LIMITED
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line  and   V.  V.   and E.  Cloverdale to   Sumas  Railway.
ARMOUR'S BIG  8IX
Prize     Winners   Will   Be     Her*   Withe Sells Floto Shows.
The  Armour  IIU-  Six hoi
-��y>  Team.
*<*-tim-s Witt
.Will      ba   heee
������'C: '      jnani U_.  jui"
winners will  co:i-,, ,., ,,���.,r mu nH
tl'.nt Broom!    .-oni.  wiii
Whicl. is "Ue Ol th' : ik
tlk. S. IB Fli.io Sho'_,s
toda.     Theaa lm
��� :-< e.-'.*inc- l..au1.-*. together wim
1> '   ^'...l..c    thi.   f-imui-   -ultin    who
has t"
Slirimit   Ud    IU
lh.- World Fani'v    Ki
Wait!   Only One Big Show!
Circus Day, New Westminster. Friday   June 4.
SELLS-FLOTO
Grew - Menagerie-Hippodrome- Wild Wesi
100-STARTLING, SUPERB, SENSATIONAL ANO
STUPENDOUS SURPRISES--10Q ��� ��� SO-CHAH-
PION AERIALISTS IH THE AIR AT ONE TIME _���
��� 20���CHAMPION ACROBATS PERFORMING ��
{. T ONCE-20 ��� ��� 10���CHAMPION EQUESTRIANS 10 ** 3C-CL0WNS MAKING _
FOOLS OF ONE ANOTHER AT THE ��
SAME TIME���30 ��� * 20���MAR- . ^
VEL0US ACTS AT ONE TIME-20
_r
1901 ��� ,  ��fc.,
.--- i
��� RARE
WILD
BEASTS
FROM
EVERY
OIME
rll*y-' v,;ii,s. tha (anutua srhlp, who
. roned il" s>- t>l* (ellowa up
uO . .:     U'V .      trips
'.ni-   i..iinti>
.������.    Dap] .  G -I... Prlae  Wlnnlni
r. am,  *. owne i I j tha pea ���
tha world   Armour A r" ���
,,i i    . ago    i'h,. Bupei b dap
u .1 at  ...   md are >-
.t-. ��� ,   in:ei n ulonaJ Champions i
omlnent   Uoraa  Show*
,       beautiful  team  of  gra)   Pi
en>n   geldings     World's   Champions
:..,.     ...ur..; n.i - ' '.unity from  Bo ton
to Denver and ��� .  now making ;i vlsi'
of a;i the pine pal dl .'a iii   be Ui
Bta ea with    I        Qraa      BeHa-1
sh. ������ i   In   1907   the)   toured   'hn
England  and lm
mi ii .     app* arlng   a    th<    Llvei
[Ma    Da.   Pa Internal
Hoi -������  B i 44   Bt   . I ��� mpl      Lot d
June; tba Ri I nt ��� I'a: k   London i'-.r
.,.!���    the  Royal   \-   . i
i.m oln    Ei | an I
Km. Edward finds '*��"������  ��� ' i:"V' ""l'"';":
r  iiv   M i ��� ��tj   King   Edward  \ n
Tl -   '      ���     ar    .oi  gra     Pen
.an., int of walk- leidtnga from f ���������   i   eight   rea
v ed       ' ������������'.   if<     Bl| Jim   ' wheel b
-    .  ��� ���-.  ���. .4-4  i     *. .    ���:.    Champion   Di
bad a and on this h<'   Hi ������������ '������'    -   - If
...   ir fair "la>   pounds     Thla   Is   ihe     lilghesl     rlm-i
Summer Shirts
0LH NEGLIGEE SHIRTS COME
FR o.i MAKERS THAT MAKE THE
SHIRTS FROM CHOICE SE
L| rEO SUITINGS SOFT SHIRTS.
AS COOL AS CAN BE MADE, HAND
SOME NEW FABRICS���75c. $1.00.
v TO fSM.
Athletic Underwear
MORE     SUMMER     COMFORT     CAN
BE    OBTAINED    FROM     ATHLETIC
LNDERWEAR   THAN    FHUM   ANY   OTHER   GARMENT   A
*.',     WEAR.       SLEEVELESS     SHIRTS     AND     KSEELt
DRAWERS,   OF   GAUZE,  COTTON     AND    LINEN .
5' '-0  THE   GARMENT
King    Edward
- adon   ,lu:..
R des   Tncycie.
... ...  park
led to Bu Pa
and ���
: with an
*%
CLOW
SEE     E
THF.V1    J
whi;.- UL
vol   :      tm
C_.     *__���'-<?"
-. Sioux Warriors
. P.r mission of U.
1.    .        nrr._nl"-I!!ujtrate
. .  -HoneaMMiMp**
Du(_--!r. Se.i-.-te Crxturrie-
ix-.t!. Sceosi of Wilo West
FREE
STREET
PARADE
ovine ���>- M ���
%iesttc Mi-c-.
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MADE IN CANADA
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Best Yeast
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NAT  GOODWIN.
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ITS   HARD   TO   TELL  YOU  ALl   AB
WONDERFUL   VARIETY     OF     HOtlll
HAVE     SO     MANY     OOOD        MAKES
CHOICE   DESIGNS
RICH  TANS  AND  BROWNS     NAVY    *'V
DET   BLUES    COTTON      LISLE    ASD     -
tte, _.c, 50c to 7'jc the pair
Eter-Wear Hotiery $2.15   an.
$3.25 the Box.
REID & CO.j
I PROPER ( LOTHES
AT the hotels.
E. W. G.IMi Co . Ud
Toroolc. Onl.
MOD   Hi!
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Reserved seats on sale Show Day at MacKenzie _
Pharmacy.
Gasoline Engines
We   Sell   the  Celebrated
PALMER   BROS.'
GASOLINE   FNGINES.
Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark,  cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY   AT  ONCE.
Fraser  Valley  Tannery,   Ltd.
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JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
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I ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
Westminster
Transfer Co.
O.mce 'Phone  18S.      Ttnrii   _ hone 137
Columbia Street
Bagt*---    delivered    promiitly    to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
A." THE
MEAT'-.
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED
For   Wheat,
Barley,  Oats,  Chop,,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,
etc., ask us.       We  wlll see  th.it   y_u   get   It   promptly.
Central Meat Market:
Oorner Eighth 8t. and
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Fifth Arenas  ���
HALE BROaS. & CO.
Short--,,   Hay,
LTD.
BOWEl
PHONF   170.
_ ODDr, Fropristora
a     Phone  335.
186 COLUMBIA  STREET. P. o. Drawer 100.
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.���   in- name   ol some ol the fortunati   srlnnen   to dati
MRS.   COAKLEY   .   Rossland,  B.  C.
MRS.   CONNERS Nanaimo,  B.  C
MRS.   SHANNON 11..    Seventh   Ave.   Vancouver.
MRS    R.  I.  SMITH  Little   River,   Comox.
MRS.  TELFORD        North   Vancouver,   B.   C.
MRS.    WALDS  Hamilton   It,   Vancouver.
MRS,   A.   E    ADAMS         Anaconda,   B    C.
MRS.   CRAWFORD  Sixth  Avenue,  Vancouver.
MISS  M.  B.  HUTCHINSCN    Langley,  B. C
MRS.  C. ADSHEAD         Aldergrove.   B   C.
MRS.   W.   ROWE   HARVEY Victoria,   B    C
MRS    M    HIGGINS        Comox.  B. C.
MR.  W. H. HEIGHTON        Mission City, B. C.
MRS.  M.  FERGUSON     Saanichton.   B.  C
tih-h,. have   ,'i.Ti raoelved, ttaa <��f all aharfaa, I btodaome dlnni
0|    l.ri   |,|i-ri-K        I'm   HilH  nu    ,,|,,1   k.'.'p   it   for   lef.'rrm-v        All   "'���
coupons bearing the thora numbaw h��fa it-it our mills, though bobw
im,, ..nn ba In ih- iiuniit- ol in,, daslara. Prise will ba a-��rdw '"
matter ��i*-n tha lucky conponi are returned. We are RlT-D_ aW*-
ten Beta <--.���'��� i > month, and *vary (Mb. K.-n-k oontalm .1 i-i.ni>*'11.
llm   Itiivil  Sl.'indiinl   M..iir and  biivm Hi,. eoupOD*       _^^^___
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MANUFACTURED BY
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
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p*V,  JUNE   4.   190.
THB DAILY,  NEWB.
PAOE   SKVBIN.   ������
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; "ROBIN HOj.! ,^y, ,. ||)U1. th,it js iJiffcrent_
_,"S('llinyM_ ���^���'V   Vou sho11Id start now.
I>"ntl,"lll!l'- wonderful new flour.
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a sensation in western Canada. All ..ver the west it
is being talked about. The question neighbors are
asking today is: "Are you using that new ROBIN
' HOOD FLOUR?"
UMi.S WILL ATTRACT
HIMIKKIIS TO SQUARE
CHINA
Aggregation   ls   in   City   Today-
Moody  Parr-   Mecca for Old  and
Young.
Bric-a-br.ic  -,*  all kinds���Pickard's Painted China,
Some you s���� costs more, but none is any finer;
There is nc  fin.r made to please my china trade;
Designs are   /ery fine ��nd the goods are  atl  high grade.
and for a ��*<*
the l.u'.il'-
... opportnn- j
��������� tn< ���   i    in el
- -   ..     | '1 ��� hOW- ���
u .in  i omes io 1
town Floto aho*w, an ex*  ���
:,   wiih    the  "!" l ���
i ei ones
arena
Thi i crrl red  ta  '
nK.rnliif-   and  the
Mood ���   square.
CHAM BERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE  A*__-,TS  FOR  F-CKARD'S  HA ND P.   'NTED CHINA.
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The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Lime Juice
a Bottle
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Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE
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WE ARE READY TO SHOW
>ou how it is cheaper to buy our
liUh-class building materials
than It is to purchase the poorer kind. We can parent to
buildings buUt with our materials that never need repair-*.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of otir
materials. See where r'^.i
cheapness He?!
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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a
Eiectric Railway Service \
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C.ty   L��nt;    Cars    ���    .<-   I
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Being at 6 M a m
Sapperton    L ne:    Can    la*Ta
,.   . -,.   ���."��� -  ihe  hour.
| flftj  in nines aft<*r
|   at   6:30
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Sunday   service h III -0-T I b��   4
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Small Accounts
....   large  ones  ur-'  wvleome���
Bead !'"' '���'alt uniil >nir bu.-.'   -
lined  large proportions betore
B   *"int.
DO   SO  TODAY.
���ri    ree< Its ov-ry ooartas.  '���'-
��� u tatad to ua, an-.i ther*
���  safe banlrlng wa i .-i not
TOTAL  ASSETS OVER  $.3,000,00000
One of the star acts to be Seen wtih
l-t   Sells-Floto   Snow  today.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
.  - toVtie Steep hin it will r q
rn nc  tu  transfer  the  show   to
ind   ih.-   usual   street   parade
wU| tol   ���       x oommlttee conaiatlng
��� ������ Aid  Adams  Henley and 8mh_t has
. ������ n named from the citj council to
--_������:������ :
ing the grounds In good condition are
obiM.-r-.vd     Acoommodation   for  *������'���
lng   the  .mini.iis    hus  be^n  arrang-d. ,
The drens baa had the advantage of i
.   .,  : .  ���   b s advertising  and in*;
eluding a number of star features, a
reo-r.l attendance Is sasuri | at each
pai for mam i
Brit
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ish Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
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i The Ro>dI Bdukof Canada
New Westminster. B. C. Branch.
F.  B   L>r. Manager
MR. EDISON
m3de all    sound    reproducing instruments  poestble,     but    he   made The
EDISON PHONOGRAPH  BEST.
When you have made up y our mind  to  de soma painting,
remember that is pays to use pa int or varnish that will stand m
atl  weathers.
Elephant paint is made fro m the purest of oil and lead, and
the colsrings  in   it are the  ver y best that can be used and are
mixed by experts who thoroug hly understand every branch of
the   pa'nt   business.
Our lme of varnishes and s ains includes the following: Jap
a-lac. Baplac, Berry Bros. Hard Oil    and    Varnishes.    Standard
Varnishes, and Wikinson, Heyw ocd 4 Clarke's famous English
line  o'  varnishes.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh   Pork   Sausages  dally.
Best  of  Farmer's  Pork.
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PACinc
Meat Market
Phone 192
McME-tEMY & ANDERSON      Columbia St.
FOR  SALE  AT
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J. H. TODD'S
Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
Special  Bargain j j Opportunity j Big Music House I JAMES & McCLUGHAN
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ilnlnh paper In ( '   *���*���'���
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ular v; -��� ��  ���"  '' I "  ���*
75c
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
.iver Henry's
COLUMBIA STREET.
and   mala,, out   vour order  tor  ��� 	
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Tested Seeds ��� t
J. J. MacKay & Co.
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STATIONERS
NEWS  DEALERS
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Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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PRINTING
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^ ���       ��� Nurseries (j
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FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern
I'Movements, and six lots in
chard, between Pine and Lnira
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash,# balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & to.,
Front Street.
Offices,   Greenhouses  and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster Road
Vancouver. B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver.
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MAKI YOUR APPEAL to the public
I'a.-ough the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW8
Westminster's Horns Paper.
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
Us means �� satisfied customer.
Ill R WORK SATISFIES
III K PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rataa on work of any description   or quantity   quoted
on application.
I Jackson & Morrison
7 and 11 SIXTH ST.
4>     New Westminster. Phone 388
���H'-M-l'M-M"
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Afan uract we re and Dmaters tn All Ktna   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 timed Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F ARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    Tha Morning Paper.
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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WE SELL THE  FAMOUS
PALMER HAMMOCKS
THEY      ARE    STRONG.    COM
FORTABLE    AND    DURABLE
OUR    PRICES   ARE   FROM
$2.50 lo $6.00
': CONVENTION ENDS      I
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convention      j eatei.!..      ��� \
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..... would I."'  d<:
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orgs       Ion    it. VV. Coleman In
he    subj > t    in    the ���
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J conference,  gave   soma   practli .i    .i ���
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Now is your time ! Anderson & Lusby
to buy your Flour:
cheaper than any
place in town.
COLUMBIA STREET
We have received
within the last ten
days five carloads,
consisting of
Lake of the Woods
Five Roses
Royal Household
Raymond's Alberta
Purity
Straight Grade
Call and compare
o u r prices. We
have the stock, and
we are going to
sell it.
HAVI*. Ynr  READ
HAMPTON'S MAGAZINE
FOR JUNE
ITS  A  GOOD  ONE.
"The    Silver    Horde," iv \
B ... :., j. running in
HAMPTON'S.
15  CENTS
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia  street
Imperial
Chocolates
.- = _    FINE.      TRY    THEM       A
:::o stock for sale by
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
P=ESCRlPTiON
���DRUGGISTS.
��   ard  Block,  New  Westminster
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' ELOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Summer Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   tl     mai    al  :������ i   iranl   foi
toll    v       to order.   Perfect fit g
vv-- d.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634, f..** Westminster
Opposite Wlndaor Hotel.
��� He  urged   publicity   through Uie pi
^ . i *������ ill)   prepared   n porta   ol
��� li a lit ten  and  turned   m
��� promptly.
a      v ���   i: ritaUon rrom Victoria i i Iw ���!
��� ������  annua]  convention  wns  accepted
X '���       *���' . ��� .'r    K* ���   ii   \ <'..r_.n ana
poi    ad      ���   convention   repri m nia
live < great InternaUonsJ ga
Bi   Pa ul next month, aad the
Vani     ��� ���    local union wIU
ably b> nd a repn n Dtatlve
Election  ol  Officers.
Tl ��� . lect on ��� *    :'.'������ ��� ��� - :  i  190 ��� I H0
result.       Presideni    It--,   ll   a   Cu
son,   Vi< toria    Brat i ��� ildi at    F
A. Cleltand   Vanco i.       -��� oond   ������ li.
��� -. :>-nt   Rei    ish. udi : bob, Son
Waatmli :-ir<l     vt.*i. pre-ldeni
Miss Nellie R
Intendeni ��.f   i lepartmi
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IS  VERY   EXACTING        IT'S   BUSINESS   IS   TO   KEEP ���
ACCURATE TIME, TO  RUN    24     HOURS    EACH     DAY ���
AND   EVERY   DAY   IN   THE   YEAR. +
A   GOOD   WATCH   WILL KEEP  UP  THIS GAIT   FOR  A ���
LIFETIME.       THE   WATCHES   I   SELL   ARE   GUARAN ���
TEED   TO   STAY   IN   BUSINESS. +
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler :
DOMINION TRUST BLOCK
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South Westminster >.f Oeorge ^mb
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout "Canada and
Ni (-/found and, and in London, Kng-
lund, NfW York, Chicago and Bpokane,
U. s. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all liarls of ths
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 anil upward,
and interest allowed at :; per cent pei
annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over |168,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
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Ten lartf_ lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
! F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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$6.50 to $ 10 LADIES'
Separate Skirt
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On   Sale    Today
EACH
ONE HUNDRED STYLISH LP TO DATE SEPARATE DRESS
SKIRTS FOR WOMEN OF TASTE AND DISTINCTION IN
DRESS HERE   IS   AN   OPPORTUNTY      TO     PROCURE      A
SKIRT   AT   A   GREAT    REDUCTION     AND      AT   THE      SAME
TIME   OBTAIN   A   GARMENT    WHICH   WILL   GIVE   GENUINE   SATISFACTION   IN   WEAR
100   SKIRTS   ARE   PICKED   FROM   OLR   OVER LARGE   STOCK   PLACED   ON    THE    BARGAIN   TABLE
AT   REDUCTIONS   WHICH   WILL CLEAR OUT THE   ENTIRE   LOT   IN   A     FEW     DAYS SE.
WINDOW    DISPLAY;   STEP   INSIDE   AND SEE THE FULL RANG E    ON   CENTRE    TABLES   OP    '���' '   N
SECTION      SKIRTS   SHOW   A   WIDE   RANGE   OF   STYLES  TO   SELECT   FROM        MATERIALS
ARE   FINE   VENETIAN.   CHlFFON.   PANAMA    STRIPED  WORSTEDS AND       SUMMER        V. f     ���������*
TWEEDS.  ALL  IN   POPULAR   SHADES  OF   NAVY,  GREEN    CARDINAL.   GREY   AND   BLACK,  Bv
AND   WHITE   STRIPES.   AND  CHECKS        EVERY   SKIRT   IS   PERFECTLY     FINISHED     IN     !.'
RESPECT.   NOT   AN   INFERIOR   MODEL   IN   THE   ENTIRE   LOT      ALL   SIZES        REGULAR   .
$6.0  TO  $10.00;   ON   SALE   TODAY,   YOUR   CHOICE    EACH    I
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