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INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO
NEVV  WESTMINSTER,  b. c.
+ -
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
,    -JUKI!   121!
SBW  Vv__8TM_NST__a. B. C, FRI I'A ,   JIOH   'VV  MAY  28,  VSM.
FIVE CENTS I'ER COF
IPDSS MEN UNITE    TO ush tmps
IN CENSURING ROSS     '"mm ��soiiiii
  B"' * "a ot Vancouver  la-
Last Demand* <>n Cham-    .a-.. ,       ,.Ma/ tc ,n<e:cept
������>   s
pionfl
Condemned    Trus-
Plrat R_n  _' |    ���
(eeShoold Be Fair or Quit
M_
pn
Pittt- Of SOCKtYES     CIVIL ACTIONS
TO BE DISCUSSED
ENGAGE ASSIZE
cn does not sustain IMPORTANT CHANGE. ,
STANDARD OF PAST SHOWS      mm gy ,,[ f
Fishermen Will Hold Meet-* B. C. E. R. Suit Judge
ing to Discuss Important Says Evidence of Negii-
Question on June 5. gence is Absent.
(Performances  of    Norn8    and   Rowe*s
Re.rgan.__d Aggregation Fan to       'Presentment      FUldfi      M
Enthu-e Westminster.
Vancouver  and   the  two jat   Hook-
ar.
all folio*  ....
arbitrary ai los ol
'   " ' -     %1""" **9
���*^* inati-CUoi   westmin
I iptt)  against wa
I ��� i anj i,   lata. un.
oipiooa, ' .uillcl'ag
... ..   .... : .
V.ruouv.r ���>
a**1. ,  _-._i.ii_>.-,- -,..u���T,
...
v>-  - - traps
^^^^J    ,lr*.-    Ol .;,   |      U'
��������� .   - unenoa
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.  tow
-i     Mati
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Al   th
______________________________________________   any
Faults With City Lockup
��� Truant OfficerSuggested
The     l-.ii.,   rlv.i     n-h-rni.-r,   Willi    *'   ln,!  a��8>*e  court  yesieruay  tire I V_" " ,_     _     , I    Tli* 8'''ana jury Pre*Pntm���'- u; the
bold. - -��� Bweel    .1 Sauraa    *.    brought  In  a   verdict   for  M-��  ���*��     ��*"     Cunftr"d     g*""" .assize now rtttlng, to Mr. Jostle. lr*
, th- ,��    ,, ,.i    toium "a knutges  for Mrs   Dyne, again* tne i"���.. been S-y*r.e_ed oy other aurac- ing, Ls of  aassaal  tamest,  the )ory
in  Hn     old  K    of p. hall,    C-oiumola , ,.'tions.    tbe    menagerie    has    n3 old |jt)undlv   condemning   the   inaoequato
Btreet,   to discuss the price of bock-."���        '-  " ���  ���">��� ��s verdict w_ s t . ^ breat_i-iaceoinmoda-ion   at   the   cliy   lock-up.
aai.l'-   by  Mr. Justin-  Irving,  who ob-,,_���....  .*_     ____v ..__   ...  __  . Ith..   nn^..��.
The circus,    like   everything else,
I undergoes     changes  with     the  I'^ars,
, ,   ,     .       ..     and  while  '.he  fr.aka which a decade
assize  court   yesterday   the
eyes for Jul j and August. The price ,a81,1<- b>' Mr JsStice Irving, who otJ-.leii8lv t'he marvtloua acts of trapeze ! The pre^ntment takes a soinewlua
decided Upon bj lbs lishermen gener-;8erv''J thtre wa" Do evl(U-nc. of con ij-fets dnd tightrope walkers Since '��� uncommon line in requesting tbe
ally holds   aJlhougl   at tunes the csn-   tdbutory n.gllgenc.  by the company, j the  Sorria   and  Rowe circus  showed , trustees o'.  the pu-lic  schools to a. .-
,h��� I lira   ,\Iunlilrfc was unsucct.siul in her   here in May li..., circumstances hav.-  ploy a truant officer, and deals inter
  l 7   utin.     (o,    ,,__-_,.,    a_ar.H.   ll   T   ��hgng��8,   th,,   very  show   itself  being   alia   with    barristers   tsss,   and   Ota
. tm-r.TVt"  "'   '7V ""*   ���""���"  "', ���.. uamagt.    aga.us.   m.   l     ^   ^^   ^.      fiammer        However,��<torag,r of  nitro-Blycerlne on  Uiin  is-
Bnd   f"dln8, "', "   ���   ^^"R^l. which d������ ,1-lrk. iH   g   KoWe ag-aln took ^ m<X this  land,     lt   ring  as  follows:
...    toward   the   end  of  July   and   in  Au- j v.   B   C   E   R ��Pr'ng. and  gath.red together a won-  "To the Hon.  Ur. Ju._ ic.  EsShag
,   io  l��itt)   a  ��ua-1-��-�� ���r  w���� w amve.                      KUI-1'  wl,"1 :,'fc UW<- run  of  tl_.li is, a-.i,, ' v.aH ' ti__en  in   u,e ^ <*erf ul aggregation In live weeks. Nor-      "We,  the  nK-mbers of    the    grand
on   July   3   ,.   ma                                                         ..     ySSZ, ��P^����S4                                                 n^nC   C��       .    n.   B   C T   ^ is in California with a trained ani-  jury,   bog   to  make  this  presentm*���
sledge that   Lb-    i                                         I          I to S  big |                B.g  Run Th.. Year.                   S~ lor  iu u.u damages  lor  the loss   mal    ������*t��00.      Everything  consld-1 regarding the condition of rbe public
���  an g-lvnntage li   /                                      itchertei     The viadrennlal    b.g run of sock- '^h.r. iiu��,an_ who was wiu-d at tne ,wvy^^1 V^ tinl* Vi^X^J^^   n *
.     u .,..,. .,S'..D..n.ters can bard        ���*                                I rgc number  ,.y,.H ���,.lirs ,,,. ^ The theory Lfcpold Hacfe switch last autumn hy fcf** ^ ** ��ld, name    h" J*J ""  ^^inster*
Cp             .   ..'. UM -�����' 0. -.ha;.- ���   '                                                                 lh   lhat   it   takes   ths   fish   four   yeara  falling off    _  street  car    and  snhse- tW*, and while It is no: a, large, or I Provincial   Ga��'-
15,*..   ���' -     ��  *Umaum     ���    I -                                                                      l-x,   matsr.   from   th-    egg   or  spawn,  nueniiy  being run over and  k.iii-d in- ���������*> �� llJ^ performances put up un-1      Ue first visited tbe provmcal gao.
Li���v-.   the .(renaibeoej   \t*M           Beeertg*  Aeelos. Pref-iums.          and   that    th.-  large    number*  which  JtantW.      B. P. Davis aud J   h   Ken-  der   the   old   conditions,   some  allow-, wheie  *.   were met  by  the  ward*-
"^ w-->.<-"'<.-   o*-- �����    ����� '��� ����� I ��_.-._ > . ,h_ _��i..___!��� _--���_   ��--    u-.    r_-i_>_   ,h_  ance should    be made    for  tn.    bad .who received us very courteously ^t
'* *'�� ally holds, although at times tbs
��� - :    of
UIJ,1(neryui.-n   a.v   thl      flgOT.,   When
,,      _:���.: to ��__-.�����-��� w-..u .��-     ' .vun.^''     -    ...rK..-'.   warants  it
wif-J' r.  ;    -"������**���                                                                             t-s-'-ssrilner     _     ���>      -_         _. ��   tnlno    ftf.'i   (���      _    a t* m n f�� *_..      __tVil/>>.    rl
���.,. o.   km.  ��-tabliah*d  c..-:         ���.-.���..             ,_ - a_
���    "              .   holiday date      Hot            -   ��� tor it      Bl
.,.  tu  puy   a  aud
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Ic." '
m .. .:
aer   me   010   oonaiuons    =ome   -n-w- . wutrie   ��e   ��ere  u-^l  -?   l"e   "������"' ��������
 .,  ., -8.naU)r TU-.- come ^IUVm'^* ��"'agp^e_ f-. JmST D^~tbe U. ^wmen'h^pastd "��nfiJ _&^^V%lS_^ft__
I*:*     it   :i   jr^tMTdftjTl   N��'*'      . UUlfl bl!!. the ijurpow^* or   rt&SlLI   tbivc   ytrar-,   th*.-   "'"   '"  ���***���-'���   ������������   '��-    **--���  u   r��    ..     u        i��._. ��^^��  �� ����
I r "   " j _      ��� _. __      .h^ei (���_ _.      sa__j        avkl-sla    . _    .        , ._.._. i.   t*    ���__       ��� ���__ ��� _, .......     ' ________ *d ___. I..   _>n_,k<
w an.
vemc -
i-.-.
mes  .snowmen  uave  ciw�� .   wi,-vi*6��.  iwng us u_e v��. 'um. uriim .iu _.r .,��
\V��-st_iinBter   citizens  again   turned  the institution  which  -n    justice     *ti
-���   ���_____,-   .-  gee   the   street  P--1 him we found _crupuk>u*ly clean ii_d
tronage was accorded j _]_��, discipline appeared excellent.   W.
eacn performance.     Thei.oun.l  the  accommodation  inadequate
ertainly Included the Stlrklaad were informed that the prtsuDers
-ycllsta, who ahow^d mar-; have ferquenUy  to be  txansterred  to
h_H   n,���   miiwi       _____  nrevi   TeloUB control of the wheel, and thej.tber gaoU. We found that those twin
hac  not  called  wUaeessa. sad previ ,    classic awaiting trial were treated the eame
Otsly   asked   for   a   non-suit   said   ��-���  " '     ^n       Prevo,v,aB;   pedestal,  the L.   convicted   brisor.ers.   being     c*m_
Kl
E
1   fl.
IUt _.��� I assd *n<l r-Jiten rullnj. :���<- |
Is B ' -      ..licuir   and   Be.;
l> yjr.      ���  ...    ,.,'..!
rrsssss  Snouid  Resign.
Ml'    D    Kuk)   ��_t*   bt   to   g��Vl
I_m. io v. *.. ���� of Vancouv, r and
iMUuar.t- he ifeOWB MMtSll unni
ht��'.-.   ��� ��.i.B   ,ru��t<��.   u-l
> . phi   o|   ( aua_a_   oa
       ��!->��   a_U   nb.iuid   in   pons
|ncc�� ���   tha;   oBi.
(haa a       aayi itivrn tt,,. we���� into. ,i_ ���   > _ k.  bu*.  thin MM
*cm��  . .tik�����t ).i        lo glv-
���>   tf    -       j   bulidxy   dat��.   n��
��� _    SB    the    ll   t    Mgwa
��ben  the  Westminster
UOISb AT FULL SPEED .
Nearly    five thousand    boats. It ��a :  '��..___     _.rv ,h   cas. o{ Mrs. Man- .support expected lt waa
thought! will    put    out    every  nigntl  .B*(ore ���** ^r> lDe cft*t OI ��"-.������� \nt ,h_ ���._.,-,(-����- nnbi
H * itnougnt. wru    put   wi    ����, ��y.. i.. _ ��� H*   T    tork  wm^^ '0l the w*8tmV?^_^
                        during the  rush    w<*l_s.   and  an ol ,���� f      |Jwy ^^   councilcompelled, themvto.move.away -?ua. ...  oW the flTv ug    fU>c
them  will  be on the river below ttegg  ^/i-juries  sus.amed  in a Mi ���� *��� *^*^2!______^___L___. '8^ie. the effluvia lrom which anMS
Was On H., Way to Seattle  and   Westminster      bridge-        In    tenner  J�� J gtore  QO     Co,Bm0i-i ,ba4  to    face    advertising dimcniues |tbrough  Ule  fl^. OI   lhe c^ur    room
��� _�� M_.    r.l��_r*    Not >Tars ^e mouUl _. the riV*r ha��� ^l  Street  on  Angnst t,  the  plaintiff tSU-J^ afoth? J*^J, ���S_L ^_S_ ^__. Ian^ '^ll�� su*tkui* keepin*? tn*" Wter
St.pped Ofl Near C-lgary-N-t ^^ of ^^  ���Uh on!y  a c���annel  f'^ ,,,_��  *2Sr��i   n____ serious Th��  lhe  puff   wlH  m*k*. *f0Od.S.    at ail Umes offensive, the place * too
Much   Hurt.
a  ma-m of nets,  with only  a channel ""^c��     ^irwa;, rece_rt_i i rio^s ; That  the  sUff  ����� ���*��� *_**J__\_t at all Umes offensive, the place * too
left for the steamer*. 3E^��   mjurjvSi   ' a Uttte longer on theitO+Ai^ C^^. I��� t nwd9 and ^ ^ ^n
Most of the regular Ssbermen an- "l��� 5��S -jpetu-ed   tor plaintiff "  individually  the personnel elands, . _. J> ,.  .__      _     ���,_
  wfclteu., either Englishmen  or Scaad- ^   *    .    wyJ25    lor defendant i well in show mcles.       ,
f.lgarj    HU]   27-Wh.n  Haas lea   nftria��s-   'ho  *ork1|_��^��r.,>s*"   ^.' pialnUff  was shopping and fell down i
_-,   ��    iu.i-i.'la- ���������-  fl   I   Sarftatch   *** one of  ths dlff-^-^  ���Pf<*^fV _-,_ stairway, which according to tae
���en, �� Da.us . iarm r '"���" ��** alrnon   running  moat    of    the time. Tr ,_.,_-    Mr
r��*u. walked   "������'    ha C. P. " _J .' ��� ������. ���__J ._,,. wll, h. _..
Iur-t��__ ,.' _�����tara and ��nov.. th'   ��.,.   trav. .l.t.��;  at   about   _��� ,jrf(^ )n ^ j^^, an(1 c.inner
.Ina   unll.-r-..   Ko��   hyur, th - *     ��� ��� ���"-    Ml    Oi    ���" e
*-'��� it woald he an *-��>  |iB_iu f ^ . ���	
la taki t��aj from Baakatebe      jattsss  sai on hla wa)  to *.--��."
M didn't  go UM VMfl ibe aochhnt ooenwed. nM wna nni ne  lin CICTV
,;,,.... the ��-i on.of a      ''   vil^ n.   ; STKKE HOLDS LP rlrli
Wavt ������ ....   ...  v.. ��� M      l^-r�� of 'he M-cld.n* i* wslklnsc.it otwiJIIllBL  UUV-V   Ul
- -v v ��." t��������� " pee   tn lbs  bei*  pMfovm oi  a -;ir   *'*''*
fc    M��.. ..,;.n��<��  h�� i. .    : seed  while  then    -        - -*-1  *1Ul ��'"'
Si_,i .    , His nut  i*'    '       ���'  *M l'<"11
..   .   Anvw-i. im;   Bo  conscions-ses   ��i'h   ��e   ran
.    ,   .,���  tlll,  ���.rM,,!,  ,���   ,..,..  mil  HgbtB of lbs d.-,.rttng train
,Kih^,,., .,',nJ:^.rfo..wedt,,���.,sumi,
CHEWING GUM TRUST
FORMED IN THE STATES
Planning to Acquire Complete Control
of Producing and Manufacturing
Business.
VESSELS AT MARSEILLES
tore ^^^^^
Dr. Kenny saij Mrs. Manhire's re
covery was doubtful, sli^ was suffering from neurasthenia, disturbance of
the nervous system, which would al-
fect the plaintiffs sleep, appeu;, and
[activity.
For the defence It wa.   shewn tha-
the  Store   was   well   U-.hted,  and   Uie r       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__^^^^^^
stairway had a rail.     Vive time of the [Chicle company, which for many year.
accident  was about -cloven o'clock  in  has practically controlled the chewing
ihe  morning ami  a  number of ques-.nui.i boMneee to tbia country a* wen
..... !���_. the oumut of the raw material trom
Chicago.   May   27���Th.*     American
* :  '������-     .> rit* if you can. but  get
�� Ui. tr.i
t���. rsnohed *<��� rt*"**--    ,   ___. hl,���
       <���   j,   H   p,,iic��-m.iti t rain tuti    nun
>-'u*";  ibsi   Mr    Ho*.   hiS   no,   -0    '..-   Dr    Bfemft <Q MSS  ^^gg
,.- r  to  -nriMder  the ftwased and ^}^Z SS   S
I     - s.     As Miffbt. Mas in put  to bed in the PWStt   nu��
I**....,,,  m u pfesum-d h.  ���� Gen* ��-' ***** ^ XT
_,,! .... n, b,   lai   ���������-������   ������'-���-��=���*   Palr^il. ^r^m^K-.i-
'* "   ���      ol  g��tUtt|  It   b-'-a  to  .hi      ,ni.,ve     H
Nthdl   -vi   ;,,i,d "be   quite   Bl  IM-   bt-   l�� " l--a.i, ,   WWS^CrJ^J.     M
etbods now  ,i�� TOg-    OrsfOr.   howiv.',    t*��-   d��taiai>
Sh.pp.ng  at   Havre.    Dunkirk.  St.  Na-
la're.  Toulon   and   Bordeaux  it
Partial) Crippled.
unsatisfactory    situation. ���    We    aleo
strongly urge that the windows ol ite
cell*  be  properly  protected  from  t_e
out.ide public, with sufficient gr��_B*
so  tha-,  no  communication or aeces_
can be aad batsman    prisoners    and
people on  the  outside.      There    <ii*e
only   tiv.-  ceils, one  for  the   temales
��� and four ior maK_. ani we were w-
i fanned tbat at one time they had as
many as   ...  inmates, and we reque.t
jour  lordship  to make a  recommtsi-
dacion to the mayor and council tl__.i
,a new  city jail he constructed  snow
modern     ani     ���unitary       conditKin-^
which  would  be  sufficient    for    any
emergency.
Asylum.
"We next visited the public hospital for the in-a-aoe and were shown
through; .he institution by irr
Doherty. the superintendent. All the
departments were found in excelfent
���*���* -' --*e paiients
lhe morning anil a number of ��uf' .K" Voutpm of the raw material trom departments were found fa
tions were BakSd arising from the ^ * ,ouXen\a. has latelv n*erg._ ord^r and the comfort of vh
.mount of Ught striking the store a    J;ntnU  Aue   v "c^patx.-* well looked ^_**���J��
,u   ���me  of    day.      Defendant  said  ��yral of tne n?    p ^        ^  province  is   to  be  ��_raa
manufacturing ends of  the    chewing
tbe   Stairway   was   protected   with   a
  rail.
____ The Jury returned a verdict for de-
jfendant.      His lordship expressed his   ^'m bus'.ner**.   	
,_ ..       .,-    -,,     a,rl.        .,.,���  concurrence  with  the   finding,  saying      Charles R. Flint, the original organ-
I-ans.   May   .,     rhe   v.ike or me    hpr>  ^  ^^    ^ntrU)Utorv    negii. ,izer of  the  chewing  gum  trust and
'sailors,  stokers and  stewards of  tb.  ~,.nc^ on lhp part 0{ ^irs   Manliire.      <be father of no l*.>ss than twenty-one
merchant   ma-in.   is extending,      The ;monopolies, is at the head of the- new
To Recover Possession. ! movement. The companies which have
          consider tbe
several ot the independent 0W����!"",��- to V'M^wSated    on
control  of WKh  M  proaucing jui��,        �����    ,_-,-    9Uperlntenden-J    4J>0
"�� ;men d-mand a WW "J <��aj '"- -^ am'
0IT 'eqoaltoation of pa.  on pas^nger and
lately entered the trust are the Sen
Sen company of Rochester. N  Y.. the
- :: :^
v  the Bi   Pwl >'- ..."      !': ,��� b��f only --'i '��' ��wm|"
tme win probably lak"   ��r .valancbs tor a ���'--���'   ��� '
^Ogtt* A  Question  ef   Condition.
Fr"   Tickets  for  Children. |    ���,,,_ ,_,nl,._t was tund'U.ien'.iiH' one
���
FIRST LORD OF ADMIRALTY
��� --_._   ,,Jr   ���-""-"-"��� ll���. guiles;  waa  ����������� ;       -      ,
���    '���'          pads to \ha principal*,. , u ,iun   Ihe   ciltt*
o   i!���, Sty ic-ooli for ol eoodlUott. "J^,,,   outclaased.
;   .^tVi���i...i.K   th,  We SfJ^^&iJ*d, ho. m��t��)    ^
k"                m�� Hrla this m* ����� ^.',  0,lfibt hard.   Th- t��nb��
{*[<���'*..   Ryall  is an-lot.H (o Uo In- ����������� '''�� ,���   W1US   not   there   In
�������,, v    i���.   exiKl  ni)m,vl.   y   Oblto J" 1U,Usl"   Wesl.i.lnsler.   pluylim   ��
".'...,... .       ,      i.i     sliced.     ���><IW    "'"        ..    ,.->,i.    |Mint
���"����� Mch school. BS He  Is ����al)1, '^T'clln  todav.  would probably ba at
JIM     '���   pa*.,    p-nted   uti.II  I"'    '-     ..es..'"."*.  l'"'>'��K  '��   *���   ^'
V   ��� once  u���.  pasteboards ��s   <m   .^       J jg^ an<, ,toul.
i   IB Ms  Intention  ... call  *"L ' d b. n>h Indeed to wrest the W
tnaAnt,   for   Instance   in   '^   l< ."""sulinon    BellU-s     on    *e
���WbwiM th, pas*..-.. jj^,-, ^^^^^^^m
Wo"T MURTON'S gTORV I
OF   REQINA'S DEFEAT
��|r John  Fisher to ftetire 6<cauae of
Continued Opposition���Old Sea
Dog t* be His Succeaaor.
>a ll,a ,..   ,,    ....    N ,i  .
-.'���. iidnal owner wotilil be given pos- I
..ssion. Mr. Wbeallei asked li de '
fi ndant failed to obey the order of
the court would ths sum already paid
ii forfeited, and his lordship promised B ruling today when the court re-
vi mes.
'nickel saves a boy
form watery grave
such  a capatdc superintendent.'    i-wi
stall of assistants.
Royal Columbian Hospital-.
"At the Royal Columbian hO-pctai
we w.-ie met by Miss Martin, the
matron, whom we found most obUg-
ing and interested in our investigation. *tn feel that Uie matron is
very handicapped owing to lack ol
room, there being proper accommo-
il.iVon tot ou!y about half th_- nuci-
_��';��� ot ixitienls who were being treated at the p.-esent time and w* recommend that the provincial government
be naked for a grant sufficient to awl
thv hospital board, in constnicting
tiv proposed new hoaphal wtwen
would e of sufficient sUe to accommodate the needs of the city a_-
distiict for !*>me time to come, antl
^^^^^^^^^ itKlue-t   your  lordship  to Send  a C0g_"
.__,.i _.._,." _,,k-,..^���   ��v-. .., of   this   to   th.-   member   for   the  tli"-
SUFFERS FURTHER DELAY _�� �� ^S B0"r""""
  Court House.
"We wiah to congratulate  the pm-
City Council  Anxious to Aid Post Of���! vinctul   gowmment on   the  neut   ap-
��� pea ranee of the court hous.-  building
 J'- _-     U.raK.
fiCe Authorities But Many Details
Require  Attention.
The city council has toaoed an ad*
Toronto, May -7���His anxiety toi The chy council has winni un ....
save a nickel saved tlie Ute of Tony Jvertiseiuent i ailing for any complaints
Murillo   an eight   year old  bov   who about tlie hous* numbering to be sent
_. , ,     _,,���|'n to the city clerk, so that tbe matter
,-.._��.��,._ th_ contract
A Strongly Linked Chain
.. i lU'Rina I-tuler i I7h_r_.00a_eoted
.   ,��l>C0UV_T   H. C. Mav  24-Twelve   im*����
"gleen  .���  six on
"fit  for   ���*.-
_     , ,, tvn   into a Canadian   Northern    sup
London, May 27���It is reported to- U]l�����\"n     awfle one threw
da, ,U1U Sir John Kislier has decW^d J-Jj{�� "SJ Tony struggled With
to^tlrs    und    that    Admiral    ^,ld ^r a few mi.u.tas, bofor.-a man could
.���,. 'sassrjsm* zerts sftf r,---_,:;"' ^zuiSSi s��HaS
ia ai-,-wr -?_ JSests* 5��tTsl__.bM��5��5SafS
uiblespoontul  ol
Glider i inki-ituiiiecu'd with  meow-' . n,.resford. us he was reiiev.u oi v-...   an(1 ne cougne- ".   ���������; ���-~
Mav M.-TVr-lYS       J *g \(U, ((���. ���evv��� weeks, a   M  ^ g^ channe,   flv0t  ln March . ^ ^--^ s0 Ugbtl> e
UK-     gnu..'    and  DMJW  > ,  ��|togtfUivi   Waa j ^   of & ^ yoar8. 8quabt>le ,,   .,���    to preK.rve the nick
the   round   wKnjtoi   The a^wST^ttlu. Se anvy whioh divided the h-tn"*- \m not   swallow a tablsh)
������   "ff   !"   wh""   L^'suctX.ooib.worklngMnchtha^^ _______���_.   water.
aorosse ohgmpMm^P l_fl0f.J-__�� .�� mck up any at'ir. ^j   ^
n^S^^nd^'^fore the contract
is iiaid  tor bv the council.
TPhe postotlice officials have sought
Information from ihe mayor M_t��.a
date when  the Cty a lotion oc tbe
work will be oow^',,.1" ^lUt��ne
to the naming of th* ��t'*etJL^d1^
new subdlvi��toi_. and their record on
the official map. K is ���?***%.X
new signs to b-' P"t "l��- and JhU.u
a requirement badly needed In the
^sW-nrial districts of the city, where
Utov. ry difficult for a ����WW
find his way about-      A list of signs
|t^>; iiiuv ���        .    .      wr . .   .   ...
which reflects credit on Mr. Marshi-l
who his had this work in hand.
Truant Children.
"In regard to children becweien U��e
ages of seven and fourteen we s_e
aware that many are getting little) or
no schooling on account of neglect
fu) parents or guardians, and we
most   respectfully   solicit   your     K***-
(Coat in tied on Page Two).
Carnegie Gives $1,000,000.
Paris, May 27.���Andrew Carnegie,
of New York, hai arranged to e-rv*
$1,000,000 for tbe establishment ol a
hero fund" in Prance under practically the same conditions a�� go-r*rn
similar fund, ln the United Sta-os.
England and Scotland.
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'���rn
���f'H;.i,ly
i ii until yi -,'.��� _iVi. iniii n ����-" ��� ��� - ,,,-U_h m
Ing to see It Iffl; J ^UH<)im.. The ���OOTS. l ,0"^v:|IK..
by  others tt*t*Vt  gj^l fc* P^JJ $*����
HdOregor and ���*����' |oll ()f ti���. theon o^ ti
A?va *��_!!__�� A 1&^._*
confronted by "��l1��� bv.fi.ro I B��,nB
M>itl   was  clear.
,-     "Rail  were raw unu  n��u ��  -*"_|_,iw
rr "ut'on Indeed of now to work i *   ��� ;     ,   h<, w
iVi""11'1     McDougall. however, was j��;^
"1�� position and look  passes with i
^'a ���� hU back, and on the whole I
works   of   the
_____       .    .-   i��n_e  Seven).
(Continued  <��u   l a*e
ilament Opena.
27��� The    tedvral
ned  today.      The
ernor-general   of
will be let  at an tai >   oaw.
��� ���
Yesterday'B Baseball.
_-11I     I_sa     lt*t     til    ****    v-*- ���.-  ��� -^
these  mutter, are satisfactorily  dealt # Ta,coma	
with  the   postal  department  will   not ^ Vancouver ...
mtrX--    the . long_  expected    tree # -
nelln ll- the dirigible which Is to re- Australia, ��__.-i'":,;-  .,    ,axatlon
Uce the airship destroyed at P^A^^^^^T'^^^^
lillKen  last    year,    had a succe^ful of unimproved Mn ��JJ�� \e   oaring���*  w^�� -----       -. A    .���     .
nrst trial today.     Thv. Zeppelin II. �� J-^^.^lSdSeiSiti to at- linUl the Inaugaratlon of the delivery
ordered for the government and w'lI to ��h*'mmgu".t(. numbers. iby carrier,
soon be taken over by ilie authorities. |tract them lu larg��  nutm.��-r ,uy ���
house-to-lK-iM-  delivery 	
An official map of &��� ������ 8how'"��
all the sidewalks has '"^^.V presented to the post offlc.- authorities.
Some  weeks a_*arently  must elapse
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PAG_ TWO.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
""DAY. VAY a,  -^
Classified Advertisements
4
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT,
LOST.
FOUND.   REAL ESTATE.    PROFESSIONAL.
I    NES8.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
If a man  had gold dollars to sell at fifty cents and did not  let the people know anything about It, he would not  sell  any.       You  must tell  the  peopl,   what you have to sm4\. why t-ley shoi.ld   purch^s*    ������������   ^ (
' ""'ait of thinking that because we have been a long time  In business _-/��ryone must of gsoessHp know all about us
ns of Thp n.nlv  News and  kern  abreast  _r the times
If a man  had gold dollars to sell at fifty cents and did not  let the people know anything about it, he would not  sell  .iny.       You  must tel|  the  peopi
thing of the value you offer them in  return  for their money.      too many of us have got Into the habit of thinking that because we have been a li
wares.      Use the aclvertis ng coiumns of The Daily  News and  keep  abreast of the
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE?���We can   l'..|. SAUK. -PIANO. ALMOST  Nl W,
find a congenial life companion for |    Will sell for bargain as pai
any    respectable  man    or woman 1    Ing east Addrasa P.O. Bos 103, Otty
semi stamp tor partlculara.    W.
n Development League, Box 1301,
Vnncouver.
WANTED.
WANTED- TO PURCHASE BOX OK
carpenters or millwright's tOOla. A I
plv with price and particulara I"
ll' Q . P. 0. Drawer 89, l>aii> News
Office,
FOR SALE���FIVE FULL- PAID UP
shares In the Vulcan Iron Works,
N ,1 Westminster. Will take $49��
���     :i      Apply .1. P.. tbia Ofl
W.   i-:
Dea   :
corn 1
FAI ES    THE    l-TKM 1 1 ,;i:   0OOK8LEY*S
. Cpholst. rer and Undertaker
11 1 M.-Ken/.l,. street
176, 1 ill  -.1
W LNTED-TO KENT, A MODERN
house with one acre or more ground,
fruit trees, etc.. near tram lme.
Will le.-u-o for one year, or mignt
buy i-f pric. and terms are right.
Give (u'l particulars first letter J.
W. McMaha-i, 151" I'ark drive, Vancouver, n. c
FOlt SALE���IMMEDIATELY 1 P1A-
no (nes I, 1 child a co. 1 iro I, and
mattress, 1 boiler, wasb ' '���'��� ! toilet
Bet, 1 mi Bat irons, two '��� ���' -
n i.. ts - sorted tndta, two ���
empij .-. alere, 3 ta] le lamp* 1 wa
rd  2 ball B-eye bugs ��� x
plj  "j ,1 Twelfth Btrei I
FOR   BALE ��� SPLENDID     LARUK
lots In Bapperton    almost cleared
close to car line on the easy terms
of $26 down an.l $,", a month t_
McGill. Phone  B436;   Box  395.
GROCEKY.
FOR   illl    BBS.    VALUE
ci 1 le -  phone 386      The l
Su    ly Grocery, P. 0. Boa
IN
ure
sli
QRO
1  . m,i
LAND   SURVEYOR
W.   N    DRAPER   !'���   C   LAND
tveyoi      )���"! ird bltx k, New
min. .r. li   c
Sl  It
West
LAUNDRY
I'll -rrHI-:        PO
.-.iril ���   ii.-i-   on   ra.i'.e     at   M     M
Station! ��� 1  Bten , J. O. Gai
.: di 1 an, y Kaekensii v Iru
ilnl     1 hi   lair. '  Columl Is    ���
1   1;
PRINTERS.
w E8TMIN8TBR PRESS FOR EVEK1
knd   <>(    Job   pi intli.i.,        .--���    so
rsaabnabl ��� psiei -.   Phone        P. O
1   143       old   Dally   N.w,   block,
Sixth    .tree-..
REAL   ESTATE
WANTED���GIRL TO HELP IN
general housework. Mrs. P. ua*
t_a.ni, Third -.venti.  and  -Oiin.il st.
WANTED���HORSE IN EXCHANGE
on piano. Address P. 0. Box 703,
New Westminster.
WANTED-GOOD  DR1V.N'..   HORSE.
Apply _ J. E. Coldw.-ll, "The fair
Columbia Stre_-t-
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
FOUND.
FOUND���LADY'S COLD CHAIN AND
cnarm. Own. _��� ran have satu,. ��u
paying coet of this adv.msement.
..jmly  News office.
FOR SALE���Twenty.five-acre farm on
Fras.T river. 5 miles from Westminster; 500 feet deep water frontage
at .l.'.f" per acne. This is worts
looking at as pi*oi>erty close by ia
felling at $4"i>; not as goo-1 land and
no water front*w?e. Cook & BOSS,
Front street, opposite Market, New
\\ estmineter.
FOR SALE���TWO AND A HALK
acres of land, 1-2 acre elaare,-- am
planted with trail tr^-s on the
mala Port Moody road, :> nines from
Westminster pos-offl.*. permar.. nt
water, for MW.
FX1R SALE ��� TWKNTYEIGHT-ACRE
farm land. II cultivated; good <-
room housi*1 and bam on Ftaaet
river, 6D0 feet deep water frontage,
wharf on projX-ty. 4 mile�� from
TTllllllllsfsr. close to railway trackage, stor-".. post oSc.*. etc., tor
$1500 essh; balance 3 years, or
.6500.
WHITE, SMILES  ._   00
'���      md   II     .: iti. .      \
ROYAL  city    LAUNDRY,    ROYAL     City,  vim sad  Buourbaa  propertj
Avenus and  Blackle    streel       Pur     -,;" Oolumbla street.
just one wee* more at will ���_���_  ro rent .ihni. heiv���six ROOU
curtnlns and  blankets tor    15c per j    modorn  hous4'.    ft .,    ���
pair      Take advantage of '";t-
I  m.d.s    WD  MEN 8   1 U
\   :.. *    '1 .   Of
in.- j is-. In      Bnl   -      ...mt;. pn sa
,. il   SU'li  sir<-^t
.   v.;.,"
TMEATRIS
. MINS. I R    OPERA      HOI -...
\V    N    Cn 1 .     It.n-   1.
,"   rtlona provided  'luring
,     ��� -.-,������       Bt Ofl
Dl
ITAL   THBAI RE,   701   <'<>l-i tm
i.'.-.'wi        1      ���   iss    tnovtai
111 :��� mini- t
Ions        PmKriiiii  rhsnsi-d
M     ; ..    w. .���       ���    ami t nday.
I    ���
���        4-
LIVERY   STABLE.
HING   UP    250    FOR
V.incnuv.fr car line,   S-~ per -JoSth
TO   RHNT     rOURTH      S1HKKT   HI.
low   Thlr.l    s-.��n-;-,   5-ro.iii   n
cottiiKf.  p.-nt 121 j.er month.
HACKS  AND ^��   REN!    PIVE-ROOM HOI        '
str, a?
hies
turnout.     The   Fashion   Hta-       Prince- s str.*t  .rent $S p,-r m-nt',.
MACHINE   WORKS.
    HAIJ-; BROS, & CO.. LTD. , |. \
' i'--   1-1 1  Insuraire    I'ho-: . LSI
Columbia streel   P "> dr.*.-. r II l
���; HI \  THEATRE,    " '"HSEH
. ��� 1   ��� ���  ��� ���        High-class
-.-��� trati     M'nic-.
p hang -l '���! ��� i.), W sd-sa
. jaj
WOODWORKING.
V. ' !  \.>l Kit        WOODWOKKINU
��� ��� BOl     >���!.' 1    ���'      '������'������    t:ltlna��.
��; iir,     h!i.'��i-4i..-i,   inanintn
and detail  worb     lWrn�� and t*u
��� �����   tiimlahi-'l     J    Brookes,   pr<>-
pri.'.nr.      Work..    Pnanss   DsvsMli
��� car line     P 0 ba -'���' 1  tttaan
471
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11
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LOST.
LOST���IN OR NEAR THE POST Office. Purse containing sum ot
money, post offlce box key, etc.
Finder kindly communicate with G.
P. O. Drawer 29, City, or to the
Daily News
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO    LOAN���PRIVATE  FUNDS.
L N. city.
ARCHITECTS.
W.   D   GOODPELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room li.  Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  9AIT,  ARCH1THCT-
Gulcbon  Block.    Telephone 33S.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers ln e>ctrica! machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce builrling,
; v:one 3S1, P. 0. Box 92S.
THE BCHAAKE  MACHINE WORKS,
Limited,  Front  street,    New   W*+4>
minster Mftntifacturr-rs of rood��rn
saw and shingle mill maenmery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
m ���
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C MONTMENTAL WORKS, JA3
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, bullvi,:
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaraiili-ed
Co'.um'iia street.  New  Wef-tmlnater.
HURSERY.
THE ERASER VALLEY NTRSHR1E-.
Ltd- Burna.y Lake��� For healthy.
houie-Rpown fruit trees phone st5.
1
HENRY'S   NURSERIES      ���   PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, tre,-.   plants, bee
���applies,     etc.       3010     Wer*tm:n��ter :
road.   Vancouver,   and   branch   nursery at South Vancouver.
\BBi"TT A HYDE, IV H. C ABBOTT
l_m>ilsSus)    K'-'U setata husunnes
lrmnn. n.,;:irie�� put.He. eOAVWysMSBS
m i'"' imbl . ��� P. 0  Box Jit.
Phone    11
.^���rTTT.KRS- ASSOCIATION Of B <'.
���P.   B   Hn�� d   manager, P   O   Soi
.rV\   phon*  ,.34.
TEN AiTRKS FIVE MILE.-! r'KOM
town, on-- Bile from new enr lm*.
alx acres c^wrpd. Sfimii l����u����-
harn        Price   $.Zi>-'    t<-rm��
dUBl-RBAN HOME THHKE M��TS
al! cS��r��-d tnii ln g.ird��Ti. I room
hous... ��ta".U i-hirk,-! bonsss, wood
nh--d. "i^iit minataa fwm ,;���. mt
lin-. g. _ wi-i; i-iit Mas; |1W0
half cash.
McADAM  A  IRWIN. OOLUMBLA  ST..
appogits th^    PoeUMMos,   S01 tti;
plxvn,- t'J* Krai ,-stat* and Insurance money to loan fall and MS
oar list of city, suburban snd f��rm
property bstoe ; -lrehaiiing ����iw-
wh^re.
PAPER   HANGING  A  DECORATING.
RESTAURANTS.
ROOMS TO RENT.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let ln suites of two for light
housekeeping. All    steam-h< _'e.i
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electrie light. lerms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, also one small om*. Terms
reasonable. Apply 287 Victoria
street.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
C. HAMHER. ACOCNTANT ANU
Auditor, Notary Public, Convey-
ancer. Room 14, Guichon block, New
Westminster.     P. O. Box 795.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
BGG8 FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per Bitting of 18 Hani Voglsang, poultry
��rpert, 936 Keefer street, Vancouver, B. C,
1    HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER.   ROOM
Mouldings.    Burlap-,    and  Hanlta*;
house   painting,   kalsominlng,   paper (_t_NMY-_ RESTAURANT    -
hanging    and     decorating.       BUU i\ck,~i Jl  meala ��_jf W
street.   New   Westminster choking AV  ��:.it<- "_ks, no orlen-
B5gT__            ��� ,           , !S| i,v^,r ,,;��� ���-    ,,,,)       (ip~n day and
PROFESSIONAL. night OpposttS  tr.tni  tltUa,
1' \. E
Home
.WHITESIDE A: BDMOND8, HARRIS- iROY.l, CAPE .Mrs, ArCbar proprte-
ters and BOUcttOTS, Blackl. Mock, I i-f... , Konr ���".:��������, r.onsl��ting of
Columbia street. N-w W '--siminst-r. ' bOOPi f-h boi|e<j en'r-r or roam,
W. .1   Whiteside, H. L   _>lmonrti ptid'dlnir ,,r pie. t-n, r<��<7e�� or milk
A    TYPEWRITING
FEED   AND   BREAKING   STABLE.
J.   I.  MERRY   A  00.,   PHONE  AWL
Corner of Blackn- end Carnarvon
streets Have opened a feed and
broaklnc stable for horn^c HorseB
for   sale.       Reference   furnished.
WADE. WHEAI.LER  A  McQUARRlE   ~TENOGRAp"
Qf. C Wwde, K. C A. WbesUer, W. i8Tenograpmy
G.   McQintrrie),     Solicitors,   Ham-
ters, etc.,  42  Ixirne street, opposite ' j,itKICM \N     BCNTING      Room     1.
courthouse.       New      Westminster.     ouiclton blook.     P. O. Beat ��K
(Pbone 1431, and tbe Vanr-nv*r of j
flee Is at No   5. Royal Bank <"ham- I '
hers. 40. Hastings Stre-t  wrt, CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
FISH   AND   GAME
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie 5t-.
opp. Windsor  Hotel.
GEORGE E MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor Gulchon block I'���>���
lumbla and McKerirle BU., N��w
Westminster. Ii   C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTHR
So'.lrltor nnd Notary Pabttc f'u- 1
block, clarkson street, opposite "i"
Court House,      P  O   Itox  IM.    Telephone 64.
Typewriting; copy    wtTrk. httsim-Ks
lettere,   etc.     Provlnca   (MBoe, <"o-
lumbla  Street       Phon* lit.
SECONDHAND   STOPE.
WE   BUY   AND SELL   .TJI-NITURB
and   all   kinds of   new  sn.   _ecoo*
hand  goods. A  H,��<k.  n<����r Tram
offlce.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
1.0 '" t AMITY LOlx.E. MO B
The regular BSaMag ot Hil�� MgB
nre held In Oddb-rowa' bail. Cnraru
bla strict, ev��r> Monday STSgHfl
at K o'cioeg J���� Ferjuiwm. now,-
grand.    W   C   r.iatham   r��r   SSey
losE OF    0OU7MBU  LODOI  NO
115. Son* of England B 8 Ited
Roae l>.��icrnv�� nn-,-t�� kerotid ��nd
fourth WateasS-f of ���erh BSMb
In   K.  of  P   hall.  Aa:.-    Stssei   st  S
p m. White h,*m- DsyrM Inrtl
Wednc��day In e��_-h m.-n-S ���"!!-������
time an) pla_e V'si'lr.e hrettirrn
cordially    |nvtt*M      Oo.g��-    BoWSH
pror.     H   Ihirtie-r, ��eey
A    0    C   V,      FRASER 1..K.N N�� 1    I
��� Me-ttng* th<, flr��U r.��l third Tui.
day In asefc m����nth Vlslrlr.g br����rb
ren r-rrilnll) Ir-if-d to attend
!./-<*- room, A 0 0 W ball <��Od
fellown' Moek.  (Tarkw-ti Btreet
OOOTtT HRt*NKTT):. No   MPS, Kit
��� Ments the bJurV'i Frlds* In thf
month at n o'eevk. in .t*e -mall
ball, od-lf-.liMrs' hloek
PRATKRNAL  OROBB  t��P   BAMLSS.
Aerii, NO 2A M--e'i er< ry Tlenila.i
evi-t-..ng ** I p ni In lbs l-.**!*-!"
hail ��� ., u iMa streel a ""Urx w
Hrt-H    ii   -��� - efle i  f.T-rt ury
Ht'N- <>F SCOTLAND HKNI.rll AS
sociuOnr.. l>or-l of thr ISlsS "'��rnp
If]     Meets on   the  flmt     and   third
Tneeefcy nt errr> maatb in k of c
hull       <*Mef   W   Hninerand
1. "' 0 F ROYAI. CITY LODUI
M I Meets In O-Mfelisws hall
I'lluiiba iitr--i, every Frldav even
I11K ��t I o'clock Vl-dtlng im-thrin
��tll ba nude welcome 0 K Utiley,
N G . G I Ost-ornr, f G record-
Inx secreiBrv
OTHBR FRATERNAL BOCUBTUDI
Itictude the I'nlon l^'\n<\ No 9, A
F _n<t A M King Solomon U>Sge
N>> 17, A F and A M . I. 0 L
No    1150;  I�� O   L, No   UM;  Court
Bapperton, Ne  4M3. 1  0  F-; C, O.
V. Conrt Wi-lmlnater No SV).
Broth<-rho.>i   of  (Vwls.   N'-_>   No   29
BOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW   WIM-
inln^'er B^arf cf TradS HMSta In tti,
f-oard   room    City   Hall,  na   folio*.
Third   Thurdiv     of    ench     month
quarterly     minting     00   the     tniid
.     Thuriulsy of February,   May    August
LAND   lii
am mad* 1
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r__oi. ...
HlaatoB,
1 fciul   pr��-ii.
Oa th.-  Distrii
1 Ia  I..,
, ,1 til Usi  ���
��rf-ritvn'.  _    '.,
11-    liroup   1,
17,  Boaikwss!    gasn ���
,u��r . -       f   _.)U;(,_,,    .
tum M   Towaa I;   1:
wssi hall ������! ������������ rtbwi
:l"'. .   -: ������   _ -.
et .','1   Its If   of   SOS
u If, Township iv
You an i tboss oislmlng .    1 1
nsder   you   nnd   all   pi i>e _ I
any Intgn ��t in tbS said
of   any   um-.    ������>:.: ���   , :
_ i-riKins claiming am ll ...-_; ���
Ihe ��aI. land by di-*cf-r.l m:-,, ��� . ,
nor  reenter,-!   ,3 !.-; tb��  : ���-<��� .nrm-I
the   lj��ni Rsgistr. Art    ,,r�� rajM
to coo'e--   ti..-  nlaim ol
cl.��s��-r ��llhln .'ortyn.e ,-
���Istr   o��   the   tlrit   pnbUoStiOfl     I  _.��
notloi  upon  vim, enn in deiask <4 *
: i-*t,*i  ��,r   ''������.';��� ri     ��� ' ���  .-�����
��� tai ". ��� i witbia neb . rte_  :. la
defkali ���>' redes , li ���     I ���    ���.
Hon,   ymi ��n.l SSCb ��f fOS  Sill   ��lf*-
ever  <����lo;.;r-d  and Sebnarsd  tTBBI SB>
ting up sr.y r.-a'm to or v. rea) ���    '
tt.e  is rl  land, atid  I shsll  :
serparad n ������< tba Tawsebli ���.- >*���
trtct   of   MI����lon   aa n-srn.-   "..���-'   s
fee
.   I I hereby  lire., t;._
!of this nrftii--    tor thirty    lay. 'a a
-
dully  new��p��i>. r    poblls-. _    '.n W*
WssUsiastsr *ii ho good   sad m9*
1 rlent   service  tben 1 I
Dnted ��t  the l_and  Rsgistr.  I * I
New Westminster, ; r��>Tinei. of v-  -*
looUmabia, tbia Ith riny of aprfl a r>.
IMP,
c  S Kl-Ttr
rn-trlc. Ilast8th_
To   Henrr   Menetry,   Ms-Is  PUS*
L    H     Mershon.     John   MSbnBpB   -���
Dsaay nn !  Wflt.-im Veal
LAND ACT
Ca>rr^o��   Land  Distri'-'
District of  .ui<n ChaH.tt* a>o��iwl
1 Take nothe that O. B. taaMtA ���*'
Vancuver, (^-"i.-ntlon she. p rSStSB
In'ctid" to .ipply for i.rn-.lM-kw ���
Irris-   the   fnllowlng     MSCrl     I    !��*���
Oomars-Obtg at �� poei r���e<*^  j-
the w-v-Ht rnd of l^-wls IslSBd, ties"
northerlv o��eti-!v. -v-nherV nn' Wt*
terly and noith-rly, foi. irlnr '"���
nhnre line around the l��!��rM i" **
point of commencement - stsisl��l
��io Buries 11 sfs "' lees
Staked \pril "th, IMI
OLE B JA-OBSON
Junior Baseball
Foliiowing Is the -.liedule of games
In the Junior Baseball league ihls
season, the firbt-nanierj being the home
team In each ca-i ;
June 3���Tigers vs. Lions at Sapper
ton; Beavers vs. Y. M. P. A. at
Queen's park.
June 10���Tigers vh. Beavers at
Queen's park; V. M. IV A vs. Uons
Bl   Sajiperton
June 17���Beavers vs. Llona at Sapper-ton; Tigers vs. Y M. P. A. at
Sapperton.
June 24-���Lions vs. Tigers at Sapperton; Y. M. P. A. vs. Beavers, at
Snppertnn.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Russell Hotel.
W, .1 Purse. Vancouver; .las C.
Shields. Savona, B. C; .1. L Parker,
Victoria; R. C. Barwell. Chilliwack;
W. J-. PafkeT, Ban Francisco: E.
Horsl'all, Montreal.
Important Changes
Suggested By Jury
.t'
Windsor Hotel.
E Jones, B, E Au.tm, Abbottsfonl;
*. 1: Rawson, Beattle; John Hughe .
Mis.on: Win. Hesalbn, Brtllngham;
I-' Shortreed, Latoer; H H Marge,
eon, Vancouver; P. A, Rand, Earn
l..;is: ixv> Tinii-k. Mt   Vernon, Wa h
\    H.   Mercer.  ROSedSh-;   N. C.   '"ish. . ,
<:   11    Moore,   I.miner.
(Continued from Pane One 1
ablp'a aid in si^iiiin-.- <>ui- necomm n
daiir,n to the minister ol edut tl on Bi
Victoria, requesting ail the scnool
trustees In ;his dlstrloi to be vigilant
in regard to children not getting m
leai - the itatntory number pf school
flays in the year, and to enforce toeir
attendance as lar ru-- poMible an 1 we
reoommend tiliat a truant officer be
1 . oiled to look alter the ui-'-ds ot
this ilLstmcr, in thla negpeot, the
��� ii ance of this offlw-r might assist
in preventing a recurrence ol the
.nl charga dealt with  by    mis
jury.
Storage of Explosives.
"''''.'������ r.iing vtora^pa of powder,
dynamics "" iLoro-glyc-nne, we are
Informed Hint thete _ a large Btore-
lion ,. nn Hulu Island, ln the I
liivt of New W'est.mlnstier, wKhln fl
���hori tano of soma QBSidences,
and v..- consW-r It! dangerous to
and    property, smd  we
'' '"'������ ���  ��� ��� 'I   limi   Hn-  i-xplo-lvi's   i.'.\a
re in-- removed and no fur
to made in tin-, locality,
Capt. Pittendngh.
' ary       M;i|_itHi.ite       I" tti n
drtgh   who haa long    and    faithfully
.   dlstrloi as magii 1
1  Here* it  la a I
10 ���    ol him at his advanced av
C+0+O+0+0+O+O0+O+C>*^n.~+r)+O 0+0+O+0+0+O+on+C/��:'+'   "-WW*
TWO ACRES
NEAR   CITY,  ALL  CLEARED, FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE HOUSE, STABLE AND      OUTBUILDINGS. ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE     FIRSTCLASS   SOIL,     $?700.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R   PEARSON,_Mgr	
MONEY   TO    LOAN
o*opo*opo*o*<x>*c*o*o*o*oeoo*x>��o��o*^^
The Question
Where to Iniy furniture cheap ss ^"11
n*  f-W-d,
Is Answered
iby dlrWOtlng ynu to the BtOIM ��l if
jyon can , ie tbe iiiKi.t sto<k Of IW
snd second hand good., of all Itliuls In
Ise cliy.
I   have n nplen'lld  Cri-ani  Sepii-.itoi
for Sals,  n  -irly  new.
Com.- nnd *����) how much n.'-r.. you
can   );'���'   'or   your    money   here   than
elsewhere.
English Watchmaker
Oold Wa'.ch���� for l*"lh>'' fr",:i ,1i"
v. oonttaus th,. duly of ibis nnjioru
..in offloe, and ws desliw nnd reoommend tbat ths provincial government
reward imu with a Buperanntiaitlon
aultablt tor his Long servipe.
Barrister's Foes.
"While wo do not wish to pul ���
Ogure on ability wo believe thai bat"
rlstera should regulata their cbargaa
toi -.-Ivie.������ su tiuu they win not
-��� tain1 an a barrier between the people
and this temple of Justice; we oott��
Blder thai iheir earnings or fees
Should not be In excess Ol the ".iiarl'ji.
of our learned judf-i-y, on ths twnch or
other professional men, ui according t��> tha time occopied in proper
Inn their ca - and we reoommend
tii.-ii tlie clerk of tiiu court bs rtgllan.
to safi-iriiard the Interests of the pw
pie agnim 1 ... ���   1,,. charge
������in conclusion v... wpiii -,, express
otty appreciation ol the klndnssa nnd
attention -hown m i,v ui.. dlfferenl
official-, .i baa b> en our pie,ism,, to
ooots iii oontact with'
HU lordship promised lo consider
tho rsooouaenttatlonn
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESrr-INSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13, Offlco, ElglHh St.'
up.
Rih-r   Watehsa,  pent-' spsa
$(100.
Silver   WatebSS,   Rents'    OpSB    '
17.50 up.
Aia-.-n:     for     W..|th��:n    M
watches.
UCt
an
K'BlB
Watch repairhtl a
..., ial
F. CRAKE
Two   -��.   from   Ceo   Adam*. Greet
Repairing of paa, ambra-as, wr>
wrturs, .....1 UfW -1,"nl���',,"' ��**1
���ry and b-jyolei ti *��������������'''<">'���
Alex. Speck
Oolumbla Bt    "atu �� I
he Wii''"'
ESTABLISH EJ
18 91
Incorporated! IDav. wm �������� ��<��
THE  DAILY   JEWS.
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PACE THRKH.
tolioiil tducation.
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pzActioe  in  tot
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NEW
jynunt-r and Autumn Goods
(or Ladies   and   Gentlemen
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- und aulUnfs bM
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FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing:
Healthy Horn .-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER  VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Keen's
for
Stall
BEDDING   PLANTS
VEGETABLES,   HERBS
D
avies
&s
on
Cut flowsrs, Vegetable plants
and Bedding  Plants.
Monk's  Stall
I
fur
isn  jnJ  Carrie
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR
education ue-
i ai :... h'-ii acnooi |
Ion   i he poplls nnd i
.,...,,. am   and ,
    :.!.-'
v tnaa
i  ��� .   ; .-.-��� in  (tnat
. in   - Ib  tea
but it cheats
nt to
onl     Itl .:..
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V ,
��� _��..i.in  ���   as  In
.   ���   1 ��� - 1 ...      .-Ihi.V's l
:    ...    law.   Thi
er ��� Ib tha     i  v.-.   i an
-, ���   .   il    rook
��� ..-������ irks,   'i ha pu- \
iii..-  v. :.-.  u Ited be
yond  ' -r     i. ���..  one tnua ���
ed      ��� .-      faith even In  their
ti and    th ;.    are   u. ..-  _du- j
[cat. i    to    iscome   agnostics   or   in--
-ii'1..       Who |   ��� ,    am I   -
t, of coursa    ��et
��� . ��� unce
th-- ���-.. (ore thi
���.     i know
..-  ��� .-
it I   v    nullifying
������    ��� tbe vi rj    . ���    ti ai
��� | ���  ome
hoi ��� , right eni., na,   'i be ;��� ���-
,i.-  ..-1 ...  thai   ,:   the  ed icatlon  de-
��� ������    ]-..    v.. ... things 11
to do   ben   Parents (especially
M ripe as thi  Got
MAKES BREAD
EASILY DIGESTED
Vancouver, u t:., Ida.  16, Won
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.,  Ltd.
Lear    Blrs,���We    hav ���  been
using Cavarhill's  Barley  woar
in    our    family    th<-    la--.  two
months, and ftn-1 it mak' ���    ri    |
of    very    pleasant    flavor and
easil.  digested.
The loaf holds moisture much
longer thin bread    made imm
wheat flour; it also works wen
In scones, bit-, ,i-..   gems, etc.;
we prefcr It to wheal Bo u iind
elieve the demand for 't w-ui
grow rapidly Jo on a     .
public knows of its vai te,
Yours  truly,
UJNAI.il   M.iI.KAN,
2:i2*> Hemlock Bt,   Vancouver
Ask your grocer for a package of Barley Flakes, 15c; also a
sack of  Flour.
Recipes with ea_h sack or   ma.led on application,
this flour.
Oib.
We guarantee
:    THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY     \
+++++++++++++++++++++++++444++++++++++++++++++++++i4
leve la still <i ii-n oommon for pupila
detained both at reccei and also
for more than half an hour after
-.; hours That edncab the
children to disrespect the law if.
proves to them that if you are strong
ernmen   happens to Ut I wUl tell tbeir  ��**��� -- �����> b"1(1 �����>uk)_ you ca.,  ��� .-������
no    education    depart-  ,a'<-   the   law.     That   principal    ana
'���'��� ��� .-.-     ��� .icher
��� n   thai   :io    education    d .part-
...  inch  a tbing as  to '"������r-   teecber   of  experience   knov^j
cheat them ai their exnmlnaoona 'the u'a: t!""se tw<-�� n"^ ��rP a deU-'   'n!-
. . : ���     know that tbey are cheated :" *e discipline ol the --chools aDd to
is    thej are thu. educated to diabe- lhe cause of 1 .ucatlon. Tho edocauon
or !ov   faith iti their own par-
11- ...
f-tlL.-
Borne pa '.vi- wondi - - ��� : I ��� all tl
LYING v.- ���'.. education department makea statements thai ar- not
d.-partment seems, not to know it.
Em :*.���._(���  know* that prevarication
or r.'.akini* false statements Is an abomination     Everyone who reads this
must  feel  certain that the education
...       ....  .   ,    wM 1 department is guilty of tnat aoomina-
CHEATING  when ll aafca  v. Uo:l  tecanee the statement couid not
iat Uie examinations a question  con- b<* P��bll��hed if it was not a (set The
trarj  to the :��� _i ..v >...-, In the School  fnentlons now arises, w-hat are we go-
|Acl    Why should th. d-panment Ue 1
���:���   ted with leniency?   It should set tl,at ;- 1S rlKht- ai-d prop^ that
1)0
the  department lwe think It possible for thp teachers
lend its ways  it  to EDUCATS   tbvir   pupils prop .ly
.1      ��� K     . vr.      nvr.tnta.tr.     !_���     )\i,-l.      T    v..    ,    .
we  do  not,  t_e_i K-t  us  make H
in  no uncertain manner.
Baseball
u     tt.   ecrvK-e   on     any
���    -. .-   M    Vai   equal   iu
at  \ttr Cb < -r ���   Ml
vasaaa * I   Paal Bailsrai      I
������� . wi
.1 their tra n�� and
pre 1 na  sa sti ellenca     I
' '���  - . :. ible elsewbsra
IOW1 Qeaeral Agent.
: I ������ ���   Aid.r  Po-'!aod. Or.
Grand Trunk Ry,
kcrllent I rain Service Betwee.
Chirago, London,
Hamilton, Toivi-vb,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
A',; ���' ;..,; liu.Kin,'.- renters of
���WAS        j   I hei* ��n.|  the MAUI-
v rr.oviNt'Ks.
Ua :.. BUFFALO, NKW YORK and
���I \. v..i lilwsig Palls.
CHINA
Bre Jtiric  of  ii   kinds-. Pl-kara"! Painted China,
Som_  jou BBS costs more, but none   s any finer;
There Ifl no finer .ads to p'rase  r- y  china trade;
De* g-.s art very fin. and the goeds are all high grade.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS  FOR   PlCKARDS  HA ND PAINTED CHINA.
++++++++++++++444++++
TT-T-TTTT--""'"- - - - - �� �� ~ m-w ^ -~ -w �� -- -- ........ .......
(a  snap   in   ranges.]
*��� WE    HAVE    PURCHASED     PART    OF     A     CAR     OF e
SLIGHTLY    DAMAGED    RANGE8.     WHICH    WE    ARE *
SELLING AT A SNAP.     COMC    EARLY    AND    AVOID J
THE BUSH. ���
m
I
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trusi Block, Front St., New Westminster
+++++++++++++++++*********++i
++++++++++
���:." Tables, tte . address
GEO,   W.  VA'-jX.
en'l Passengi 1   and  Ticket
K l��rn. st   rini-Kv'... Ill
WHEN  GOING EAST
UK PHI    in ket AOBNt
TO SKNU YOI' OV1U
"THK NORTHWESTERN UNE"
'   : v   Kvery  Dtiy in  tbo  Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THK
Hu: TRAIN OF FA ML
De  we  believe
Uie
..  .    "i mtampiTto'thB -hUdrenTand ehildren of the public schools should
When   It   do. _   not   it   should   be   m->b-any ionper under the direction and
no   iced   in   the   Severest   terms,     it IKuldance of such a departrm-n
this  does  noi  _ai>
feel  labamed. and anmi- .
wil   ���-, least cause all honest an . hon- >lth such an example in hi^h pUcea
.. peOpiB to be a.-iamed of it.
v Hat Und of an example den-i the known
led           .   d-var-mcat  set    when    It South  Hill. B.  C  May  26,   190.
Isrrot,     -,   Spa iurnchc->--n    uut     false'
jstai ��� alx>ut the d-stributlon of the J 	
Don   nor'fl iie-da..-'' When It made an-1
;othi:   false statement about  them  to 1
the - bool Trustee Ocnvettdon at Rev.
Ma      . "    When  It a.-Kcd  that  illegal j
qu.--in   in   Canadian     history     la_t'
,mid-imrner.    Whaw la    Premier  -*iic-;"
[Brtdi   thinking Shout when he Bjlowa  New Westminster Baseball Association
���graceful eoodsct by his edu- ��� 	
��������� lartmem!    Does    hs    ev-r
[think nt the reeponalMlity thai is up-1
[on " lm In permitting sucli an example
to   .  -��������� before the puplU by that de-:
��� ri-   which   .hould  be    tmtntu
und lair above all oth-rs1
Wh n  tha dej.- una ni   told    CUilli-
w.i.-k   that   although   the     Governors
medal-   were   itiven   to   places   ���*.'.. 0
u   big      ������-    hai  been  seta us&ed
1 which  was  false), yet  n eould  not
���ilk.-   awaj   ,i   iu----dal   fro.n   one   ',' ao
and sive It DO another (which WSS also false. 1 therefore there was no nW-
Ial  for Chilliwack.      What  did Chilli-;
wack  do?    Chilliwack  was    perfectly
sadafisd."    What  will ChliUwack  do
i.aiw-"    The  department  has   ps*va__-
.-.it'll    A tpsds   wss taken from Per-
.  .. and Trail In 1901 and from Cum-
berland   In   IW8,  yea  Chilliwack  got
non��-     How can die pupils at Chiin-
w-.u-k   be  educated   aripht   with   such
an example s>-t before them? How is it :
possible tor any teacher to educate
his pnpib to trust, or respect, or honor the education department? ll" a
teacher dares u do it. lie will b.- edu-
casting his pupils in hypocrisy. 1/wk i
at th-. school education the children j
are pet int; > the example of th. Ue-
.ar.-iiieiit     The d--partment ls in trou-
dv pfei; -.lie dlscrlbrt^pu ol fboae
medals it etatss what li hot tme.
riiat atatemi nt is published, it tben
IS In more iron le. It makes Hirth -r
Vii-e BtatiementB    The tnost depraved
reature In existence could hardly do
trorse Tl .- qui 1 d CbtUlwack fw
,1 -.iir,'- yes, CWHwack waa perfect-
1] Mtilafled. Qu properly too���if tbe
tale told to It had been true. Since
it ir- not true, bos can tbe Premier
face ���'���  -.-     ,  wkh such an exposure
MAR 1.1 CANADA
/YEASh
CASHES
Most Perfect Made
SOLO /.NO USED
EVERYWHERE
E. W. GILLETT CO- LTD.
TOROKTO,
ONT.
CITY LEAGUE SCHEDULE, 1909.
May 29���Cubs v��  Russels.
June 1���Young Lib ib vs. Cubs.
June   5���Balmorals vs. Cubs.
June    _���Young Llb'lr-  vs.  Kusseiis.
June U��� Young Lio Is vs. Balmorals
June 15���Russells vs.  Balmora.s.
June 19���Kusseiis vs. Cuts.
June 22���Cub_   vs.   Young   Liberals.
June W���Eussells vs. Young Lib is.
June 29���Cubs  vs.   Balmorals.
July   :!.���Balmora.s vs. Y'oung Lib'is.
July   6���Balmorals va  Ruaaella.
July    9���Cubs  vs.  Russells.
July  13���Y'oung  Liberals  vs.  Cubs.
July 17���Y'oung Lib'.s vs.  Russell*.
July 20���Balmorals vs   Cuba.
July 24���Y'oung Lib'is vs   Balmorals
July 27���Russells vs. Balmorals.
July 30���Russe.ls vs. Cubs.
Aug.   3���Cubs  vs.   Y'oun?   Liberals.
Aug.    7���Cubs vs. Balmoral..
Aug. 10���Russells vs, Y'oung Ub'ls.
Aug. 13���Balmorals vs. Young Lib'is
Aug.  17���Cub? vs.  Russells.
Saturday games commence at Z p.m.
^Ye?k day games start at 6.30 pm.
1 *ooe����eoee������oooeoooeoee��
ii This is the
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"""'.'in i.t c.inslits of private eomi>art.j
tl""t wrs, standard  16 section Bleep-j
'''���   luxurtona dining car,   reclining
**���' oen   (seats   tree),   modern   day
''""'"'   and huffet, llbrnrv and BtBOlb
'"It ��'ftni.
hlr   I uie  Tables.   Folders, or  nnv
lril,,r Information call on or wilts
,  P- W. PARKER.
��� Second Avenue, Settle. Wash.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
of  this department   .aid  bare  Before
the  pub! c
The  education  department  w.i.- so
areless thai It p> rmltiod an Imposat.
���le question m be up<.)ii tbe B_!tn__e-
tic paper i.'-t mid-aummer.   That was
;i ! .-nongh In itself, tha; it should b.
guilty >>i such jross carelessness Then
the pupil ..' some schools srere IvJ-
lowed or Instructed to ensnge tbe
ttueettea The. th n had a simple
nuestion to do and did it very uuick-
ly. The pupils at other schools were
told to work It as it was. They ;*ricd
.uid tried, and one at leust  Wrote tile
snarwer, thai it wius impossible to be
done Now someone called ���K-attiiticT"
has published In the Vietoris iTmss
of March 29 thai no pupils got any
marks for the Question. Think ot
th<? effect of such conduct In educating the pupils ol our schools! It Is
terrible even to i.ir-iik of lt. Premier
McBride seems to take no notice of
it. He bas neither called upon His
Minister of ."/duration to resign, noi-
to explain those false stasenteot-
atKHit th,- Governor's medals, nor to
explain about that Illegal question on
the Canadian history paper, it can
not' be blamed on the printer.
Those two regulations���tmat no pupil shall be deprived of Its recesses,
nor be detained In any case more than
half an hour after school hours, have
ateo helped to ruin the education ot
the pupils in our public nctools. A
principal In one of our city schools
deprived ilte whole school of |__ recesses. That principal has held the
sanv- position (or over 2D years, and
is still a principal. Through the lg-
rvorance or carelessness of the council
of public instruction those two rules
are still  in force     lt wae and 1 be-1
FIRE ALARM   BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
T���Carnarvon and Tenth.
S���Royal Avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth Avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's  Hospital.
LI���Second and Park Row.
11    Columbia and Dufferin.
1..���Sapperton.
10���Royal  Columbian hospital.
2?.���Queen's Avenue and  Sixth.
21   -Third Avenue and Second.
.     Fifth Avenue and Kvi-th.
H���Fifth Avenue uud Eighth.
27���Third Avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Worfca.
K>���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small & Rucklin Mills
Lock over Henry's  catalogue
and make out your order for
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Tries, Plants, Bee Supplies, etc.
No windy agents to anncy you.
No daiuaze from fumigation. No
delays of customs.
YOU "PRESS THE BUTTON,"
WE DO THE REST.
HMENRY'S
I; Nurseries
Offices. Greenhouse*  and  Seed-
houses, 3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver.
aaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeer
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
Leave Langley. at .-0. a.m.; arrive
at Port Barney at 8:15 a.m.. arrive at
McAdam Landing at _30 a.m.; arrive .it Hammond at _:40 a.m.; arrive
j at Port Kells at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave New Westminster at -Luu p.
jm.; arrive at Port Kells at ->.30 pm.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:00 p.m.; arrive at McAdams Landing at 615 p.m.;
arrive at Port Hauey at 6:35 p.m.; ar-
( rive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. A K. Wharf, daily except Saturday.
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the ateam-er
j Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
j wharf every week day afternoon, ex-
{cept Saturday, at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
' Westham Island and way ports. Sat-
j urday at 2 p.m., returning to New
1 Westminster Saturday evening.
'; RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
ANO SATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham Isiand
every week day morning, except Friday, at 7a.m., and Ladner 745 a.m.
train for Seattle and other southern j $-r*d_.y leaves Westbam Island 6 a.m.
point* at 9:13 a.m.; train for Agassi. ' and i^dner at 6:45 a.m.
at 5:42 p.m. Week end tickets sold | Additional trip Monday morning,
to local points at one fare for round leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
���Sm%  CANADIAN   A
V   PACIFIC   Vjr
RAILWAY COMPANY
The scenic transcontinental railway
equipped with through dining Bret
class sleepers and dining cars. Atlantic express leaves dally 3:20 p.m.;
trip
ED. GOULET,
Agent.
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Vancouver.
This schedule   subject   to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE.
Manage*.
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The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publish-
lag Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News Block, corner of  Mo-
Kenzie  and   Victoria  streets.
E. A   Paige Managing  Director
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,von ,��V.aerC-
FRIDAY,   MAY   23.   1909.
PRACTICAL   PRESENTMENT.
The pre .-ntin in mad.' bj tbe
grand |ury al the Assises yesterda
is one of the m��*-- buaineea-Uke an.i
practical thlnga of iis kind that bas
iheen brought to public notice In
many yeara. Perhaps to our cit.
the most Important sectiou oi thl.
preeentmeni la thai having referenci
to th condition oi the olty gaol, which
the jurors condemn "as totall. unlll
tor the purposes for which it Is intended, <>n account of its unsanitary
condition" and also "because 11 is altogether too asmali for preeent needs,
and in an unsatisfactory situation.
The Importance of this matter and
the weight of Influence under which
the representation is made is eucii
that we -magine the city authorities
will at onoe take it into consideration.
The jurors' recommendations in regard to the Provincial gaol and their
remarks ujion its inadequate accommodation, as wel] as the treatment ot
prisoners awaiting trial are also im-j
portant and will, we hope, receive mo
earnest attention of the Provincial
Government.
The truth of the gTand jury's ob-
Se.rvations upon the neglect of parents and guardians in respect to the
education of children is, we fear, too
evident to require any enforcement
Iron. u.. This Is certainly a ma;ter
that require, prompt attention on the
part of the authorities, and we consider tbe suggestion of the appointment of truant officers, a s\-stem
which prevails '-n other countries, ls
a very exc -llent one Nor will tbe
citizens of New Westminster disagree
with the sentiments expressed toward
Stipendiary Magistrate i -ttendngh,
and we believe it will be very generally acknowledged that the jury's recommendation Is as wise and good as
it is kindly in its character.
 ��� _
TRADE AND EMPIRE.
cane,, they hav,. "protected home markets and consequently a more or less
staple demand for iheir goods; that
they arv- able to manufacture in larger
quantities at a time than the Brltls.i,
who have to meet foreign competition
a I  their very tloor..
Lord    Pirrie's     observations     are
scarcely so general in their aspect a*
thus,, of Mr. Morgan. As the heed
of the famous ship ullding tinn oi
Hariand & Wolff, of Belfast, he directs his remarks malnlj to the slnp-
bulldlng question. Bul be point-
out that Japan Is one of the moat ac
the trad.- rivals that Britain has _u I
now to face. He says: "The Japanese are doing; wonders and I am
surprised that England is not more
conscious of the very severe competition of Japan." Though English
men in genera] may nol recognise
this fact, we believe merchants doing
iiBiness in the Raaai are onlj too w< n
a" ire of iiv- keen rivalry which the
1 . ���;.-..:, displa. ing m et :��� . os-
direction.
How far the tariff reform poiicj
thai la jusi now so much in dl cua-
sion i'i Grew Britain will tend lo mi-'
proi the presenl conditions ol British trade, it Is hard to say. Bul Lord
Pl       makea a potni thai wo ��� m
i to have Mime bearing on the generaU
question. He says: "if tbe I niteo
States adopted free trade tomorrow, It
.would be the great,-ia; peri] oui Ship-
building Industry could have to taoe
'GET THE HABIT"
Friday's Specials
i, ���       ���    Utensils  in  Window,
15c EACH.
Pansy"    Toilet    Pa|>or,
5.   PACKAGE.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wi buy for cash and sell for the s*
ine
WEST END  SNAP.
\ i,,,.,. ,���.u ,. ������ n. woodshed, bam and   ami
situated lot In the West Bind   toi   II300.M      Tern      j
.md the balanci In 6  ''-' :ilhl ls months.
This l* an.i.   ���.--���������    ���      v:,h|*' "f thla property, sui aa th   i
..in.- th, city ii.ii- ! ' il!1,,'.i
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont Block, Columbia street
PHOM
xtra Fine Quality Shirts
Having- purchased fifty dozen Men's and Boys' Negligee Soft-Front
Shirts at less than manufacturers' price, we arego^ng to place these
on sale at the extremely low price of
|School Education:
*  By   J.   N.   Muir.   former  principal
X of Victoria   High  School.
Two  recent  utterances    on   British
Empire trade relations are of interest,
This BUbject ia one of the most important   thai    can    be    Investigated
Every person  should bo Interests I ln
it. snd  shou'.d  know  whit   kind of a
school   education   the  pupil*   are  iet��
tins   in  British   Columbia.     Very   tew
people nre aware of th ��� dreadful consequence, that are Ua ile to happen if
the school  education  la not  what   it
should be.   Indeed, a i.t*e_: many poo-
I plo confuse ed scat! on  srith    mstnic-
jtion      A  child   is   educated   by  every-
'thing      that    happens.       Everything
'said or done, or read or heard by him
lor in hU presence is educating him.
iEducation la defined as the discipline
I of the Intellect, the eetail.-lSf.bm.-nt of
j the principles, and the regulations of
i the  heart     Ii- -.-   important  th��^n   it  la
and   mus-   be  'hat  all  those    tilings
should   be   true,   just,   straight    and
right.    Our education department has
put this regulation in the law���that
i the games or; the school ground shorn.!
be  played  fair.    That s^m*   to  me
)ik>- Satai  approving uin    It oertainly
especially in  view of the  falling fig- j
ures revealed by the lat.st returns of'
tbe mother country s commerce.  One
Of these is a paper dealing with empire trade and industry,    read before
the Royal Colonial institute by Mr. B.
H. Morgan;   the other *-s in the shape
Of an interview with Lord  Plrne, by j
Mr   Harold Spender, in the Pall Mall
magna Ine,
Mr.  Morgan's  view.s are an   _*-pre_ ,
si'.n of his experience gathered  in a ''
locent   business  trip  to  Canada,   and j
Australasia.      He finds    thai  empire
trade is in an    unsatisfactory condi- '
lion, a circumstance which he attrib-
Utes to a lack   of governmental foresight and energy.      His claim is tbat;
conditions    of    trade  and  commerce
have so changed as to demand a like ,
change  in   tbe  attitude  of  tbe   state
toward    trade    and    industry-        He I
points out tbat  whilst other  modern
nations, such as Germany and Japan, ;
are exerting tiieir strongest efforts to ;
encourage and strengthen tiieir trade
Interests,  the  BritUh Government  is
s-anding still and doing nothing.     In
support of his contention he observes
that no British Government has se*m ���
fit to pursue a policy    involving  tbe
fo*stering of empire industries, the active development of our various  ter-
ritories, a villgant advance of trading
interests against    foreign  aggr.-*i.s:on, I
against  voracious shipping rings  and j
railway  companies,  or  the operation
of  trusts  and    monopolies  acting  in !
i .straint  of  trade  and  to   the  preJU- j
dice of  purely  British inteiv-st_.'   H. '
��_*.���>  further and urges  that   the  defence of empire trad.--   and Industry
against foreign    aggression    must _ - ;
undertaken  "in  the same  manner as
we defend our shores '
Mr. Morgan proceeds thence to en-,
loree the weighty responsibility tnat
rests upon Great Britain of protect.
ing tlie vast territories of the empire, ;
embracing some eleven and a half
million square miles and aliout -UO,-
000,000 souls. The wants of the citizens of the empire are, 1,,. says, suf-
li.ii ntly large und varied to rerraii.-
the greater part of the products Ol
al] British industri'-s. The danger
whloh accrues from the fact that the
empire Is not self-supporting���his
polnl is that It should be���is enlarged
upon by Mr. Morgan, who urges again ;
lh,-  now    familiar    iruili    that, Gr.-at
Britain is dependant for her tood HUP-
pltefl uiKin those who might suddenly
i.e.'ome her enemies.
This plain speaking Englishman ls..
.   i-nil,., a  proi ctlonlst      He ��ays
thai   tha reason  why Oreai   Briiain'p
tnosi  powerful    rlvali. Germany
an I tbe United Btates, can undersell
!:        u-   |     emre   an      inci i -.vim,    hold
in ,i,i  the    world-    commerce, is |i>e-
iC'iatinned  on   Page  Thr.---).
50c
MEN'S SIZES FROM  14 to 16 12
BOYS'   SIZES   FROM   I]  lo   11   1 2
Phillips, The Wardrobe  Clothier
Special  Shoe   Prices
for this Week
B
60 pa.rs Men's Oxblood Blucher Ox
fords,  regular $5.00 shoes, for $4.25.
60 pairs Men's $4.50 Velour Calf
Blucher   Cut  Oxfor-is for $3.50.
48 pairs Men's Oxblood Blucher
Lace Boots, regular $5 5D shoes, for
$4.25.
Men's Ring-Fastened Velour Ox
fords, regular $4.50, for $3.50.
Men's best $t.50 and $5 00 Tan Shoes
for $3.45.
Men's  Vici   Kid  Blucher
regular $4.50,  for $3.50.
Lace Boots.
Wo .en's Velour Calf Blucher Lac
Boots, our "Femmia" make, rrguijr
$5.50. for $2.96.
Women's "Feminar* Patent Leather
Boots   $t 50 values for $2 95
Women'a Patent Leather Dongolas.
our $3.50 ehoee, for $2.75.
Women'a "Feminia"' OxbloorJ Oxfords, regular $3.50 ahoes, for $2.75
Women's Fine Kid Blucher Cut
Lace BooU, regular $3.00 and (J.50.
far $2.75.
Women's Tan Button Oxfords and
Two Button Low Shoea, regular IJ 00
shoes,  for $1.95.
SEE OUR  WINDOWS  FOR THE  SHOES WE ARE SELLING AT THE ABOVE PRICES.    VOU CAN'T
AFFORD TO MISS THIS OPPORTUN ITY   KOR  CHEAP  SHOES.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
Perfect-Fitting
B-___fTK-_
Underwear
THE   LATEST   WRINKLE   IN     UNDERWEAR    IS   UNDERWE*"
THAT   FITS���FITS    MIND. BODY   AND   POCKET.
WE   HAVE  PERFECT  FITTING     UNDERWEAR     FOR     SPRING
AND   SUMMER   WEATHER     ALL   SHAPES   AND   SIZES
WE'VE   THE   BEST    MAKERS'  BEST.
MEDIUM WEIGHT MERINO UNDERWEAR FOR
UNCERTAIN SPRING WEATHER.
FOR ��0 IN THE SHADE, WE'VE BALBRIGGAN, LISLE. -ILK.
LINEN AND ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR���FULL SLEEVES AND
SHORT SLEEVES���FULL LENGTH OR KNEE LENGTH
DRAWERS���ALL SIZES; 50c 75c. to $100, $125 or- $'50 PER
GARMENT.
YOU'LL   BE   SURE   To  Fl    D   YOUR   FAVORITE   SORT   OF   UN
���JERWEAR    HERE,    SIR,   P. EASINGLY   PRICED.
REID & CO.
Clothes and Toggery.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
uiTiie 'I'Mone   IBS.      Burn    Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   .i��iivi-rsn   promptly   to
any  part  nf the city.
J3BBBBBBBBBB_>BB��E0B_��BBBBES_-aBE_. Lig--"���"'ing
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THK
Central Meat Market
.    mfth Areniie
Corner Bight- ����� l����    MrtB
PHONF   J?0-
BOWELL A ODDr. Prop THE  DAILY   NKWS.
PAGE FIVE.
THE
Cash Store
T. H. Smith
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THE
Cash Store
EXCEPTIONAL BUYING
OPPORTUNITY IN
Tailored Suits
VALUES TO $18.50 FOR $5.
A chance to secure a really good suit at a moderate
price. These come in light checks, stripes and plain
materials in almost all sizes in Women's and several
odd numbers in Misses sizes. Some are self-
trimmed and others trimmed with contrasting
shades in silk ribbon.   Regular value to $18.50, for
A Clearing Lire
in Ladies' Straw Sailors
'.��� ��.!.-.. I ~'��
|OOda thai  arrtv-d tif:��>r We hail
ed  our  tnli'i;--  |   -I- ��� .*- :  ���        snd
.i-rtrt-.'. to ateer at, >��ch ?>oc
Tweed Skirts
. h.  nnd  dark     mixture-    eleven
a:   leu* !h..n  half price;   tn��**
ial K"      Rrrg-lar Iv.. tor    ��� it *o
Pleated Luatre Skirts
Smva only   worth from IT M ��o M ->n
 aj.wi
Net Waiata
H.��� Utc i-wjulwtc n,vi vabttl ere
ne Juhi received.   tb��-T really aro a
��� .'.---did n>a|��.srllon, and .MM in c-ri-am.
���<tu. white aixl Otter fashionable
idee
Ladies' Colored Waah
Skirt* 50c Each
Only about Bfteea in this lot. Keg_-
'.ar 11 00 and il '-"> for. each  50e
54-Inch All-Wool
Dress Goods 45c Yd.
If you have not already Rot some ot
theaa Roods, you will have to hustle,
as we are catting theaa all tne time,
nnd tlie quantity now la letting very
low. Being all wool, and soap
sbnaj-, tin-*., goods*   will waah dice
new. a groat advantage With light
colored FultinK��, an.i theaa certainly
are a great snap; per yard  45e
Specials in Hosiery
For This Week End
Black  and  uin  ladle* cotton fccee,
nil ileee. i>.*r pair    20c
Good heavy plain black cotton a��>**,
wonh ISC, for. per pair  2bc
Pfets black cotton, summer weight.
Regular 3f. for. per pair Re
Princess Suiting at
Cut Prices
A lovely -atln -ir.-..n<d OlOth �����
Ihwk ntial" tv-w lUtht and dark Hh_d<*.
tl   Inchoa   wld��-        Regular   II i*<��   l"*r
i.i. (or. par yard  ...   , 8:>c
A Snap in Long
Kid Gloves
Tan   brown, nav>  and pns-n, elbow
length       RagO-Br f&SO, for. Pr. 62.00
New Hatpins
Cream, White, Pale Blue
and Wine Shades in
Silk Organdie
to be cleared a; B pHCB thai should
'empt   any    on,-  who    I..  looking tig
omethtng to make a Btyllah sammer
drees; onlj in the aboTe-menttonied
ahadee; It in  wide; per y+H & I***-6
New  Bora] hatpins, in ron- and rose-
iidr.. natural oofora; 25c 35c and 50c
Cotton Crepes in Plain
Colors and Stripes
Yon cannot net anything to stand
WBaHlliil ��o well as this dainty fabric
almost every shade In stock; 30 in.
wide; per >*nrd 20c
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
Th-  tran fer  boat,    Sidney  N'o.  'I,
A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE
OFFERING IN
Dining Room Furniture
Extension Taoi's, Royal Oak. $9.00 up.
Sideboards,  .li.,00 up.
Five Dining    Chairs and 1    Armchair,
the s_t, $6.50.
hwuKb'    '��� irs  last   night   from   D_.i-, ��*.    ..- ��,.-   ��t>7 no
01    ll     Northl -r.-i   P"2�� S_!,tes' 5 pieces. $27.00 up
;in-  IhI.v :
Hallway.
Evei
phone ;
Parlor    Tables in    oak or    n-anogany,
$3.25 up.
gard-n at Tidy's,   Handsome   Musi.  Cabinets    w.th   Mir.
UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER. PEPAIR WORK ATTENDED TO
PROMPTLY.
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ror. $16.00.
Handsome couches, from $5.50 up.
The   li cannery,  'across  tn-  combination    Desk    and    Book Case
river, - ll 1     run this year by MonK     %&.25.
ani   P< .   who  hav.     recently   strong  Hat  Rack, ten pins. 50c.
aci'.iii   1 Came   and   Lawn   Furniture;   Bamboo
,,F?r        ' f,OWfS  *..    aDy  Sho2rSstore  I. full  of bargain, in  all
kind ol : lo i .hone Davie    ., ��� *���   "���
r,.,- in.-    ���   R208. ������ ' 	
The ��� ten report that there THE LEADING FURNITURE STORE
ls  v.-: etng done  at  preaen.
in the way <.f new residences, ���
daily :u comparison with last year at
this time.
Tie-   . con ; game in the city Ini ir
media les,  whloh   waa
scheduled I Ma;. 20, and postponed
on account ol the Minto oup match,
will   I..   plaj l d  on Julv
Lawn mowers sharpened and set at
Qeo. K. Bpecks, Trapp block. ���*
Kiiiui.t E. Detine, Vancouver, has
applied foi da cubic lnche_ of water
f,,r bonsehold and other purposes, for
OM In subdivision C of lot 4, district
lot 1W7.
That   light, delicious,    wnoi .some
bread you bo much enjoyed at your
friend's liouse was made with llooln
Hood Flour. "
Professor    A. L  Boak,    at present'
with the eommendal   department of'
Colum.lan  college, will  open a busi-
l.t-.- oo lege in t^is   <;lt-v ln August,
representing    the   Spro-.t-Shaw insti-
ite, Of Vancouver.
Mr-  W   A.  Duncan,  Eighth -.r-eetv
and  Queen's   avenue, will  give a tea
this afternoon, under tbe auspices of
the _adb-'  Aid of the St. Stephens
Presbyterian    church, in aid of    thei
manse fund.
Just  arrived,  a  carload of     Koon
iHood Flour.     Full assortment of a.Xes.
24   4'.-   M, now in slock.      Hale Bros.
I* CO., Ltd. ������
Oeoige W. Beach, repn.-a._ung tne ���
1 Coast Central  Lumber Company, and
who haa   purcha-sed  lots on  Lulu is-1
land to  build a shingle  mill, was in
uie city yesterday, and announ-;- his
intent:':,   to   make    a s'-art at once
with  the  clearing of the  lots  wnich j
have  air.-ady   been  slashed,  and  tie j
cor.str von of the shingle mill.
A Special meeting of the Liberals m
this district is called for next l'ues-
'day evening at . p.m. in the Liberal
'club rooms Dally News block, Mc
iKenzle and Victoria sirets. *������
The shareholders of the - estern
I Steam:-, ai Co, will bold a meetng ;
in the board of trade- room tonigni .
when ._������>��� will wind up the affairs of
the concern. At tbe close of the
meeting steps will be taken to torm
a ni *��� company, which will plaoe another boat on the r.ver to takv- tba
place of the wrecked Ramona.
At a meeting of the police commis-
sioner.-. yesterday, Mayor Keary. A.Smith and T. S. Anuanda!-. witn tbe
chief of police present, two temporary    appointments   of   new    Ottoers
were made-     officer Townsend aa��
'been in the imperial service aad a
member of the Toronto police torce,
while Officer Regan has bec-n witn
the police at Kamloops. It is pro��-
Bble onv�� will be placed on patrol duty
and tbe other do special diny at
Queen's  park and el-ewhere.
One of the horses on a delivery rig
' '.--kinging to C A Welsn, driven by
Harry Knight, was struck by an ini..
tirban car yesterday morning, on the
corner of Eleventh and Columbia
streets. The tram was coming trom
Vancouver, and was not noticed by
the driver until it crashed into the
wagon. Chief of Police Mcintosh
shot the Injured animal, which had Itl
back ibroken. and was beyond hope of
n-covery. Its mate was not hurt t>>'
the accident. The horse was value's. 1300.
Th. pl.a_aut.r-i way to spend Saturday afternoon Is to take a river trip
' io    Steveston    and    back.      The SS.
(Transfer leaves 3rackman-Ker'-> wharf
.fat  2   p.m.  every  Saturday,   returning
��� utile evening.     Fare    one dollar for
the round trip. ������������
J. J. Mahoney return..- yo_tet_ay
from a threa-weekb' vieit to Boundary
towns, where he went ae one of trie
representatives of tho local Knights
of Pythias lodges, being a delegate to
���.be convention at Kosslaad. Mr-
Mahoney was In Nelson On Monday
���uttering much mental anguish oo-
t-auaa h* could noi be witnessing thc
i-hamplonshLii laerosea match in tnis
city, and trying to seome Bciaps of
information l.y haunting the telegraph
���>tflce. He says thai but little liter
usi was taken in the OQteOSH of the
\\ -itniinsH'i'-Kvginn iwittle ln thai
city, only a few tit the old-time tol-
lowers ot tho aport dieonsetng the
��� \eut.
W.   E.  FALES
IRTAKtR.     PEPAIR  WORK
PROMPTLY.
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
*+++++++4+++++++4
IT'S A MATTER QF BUSINESS TO
LOOK AS WELL AS POSSIBLE, TO
BE AS COMFORTABLE AS YOU
CAN, TO GET FULL VALUE FOR
YOUR MONEY. THEREFORE, IT'S
A MATTER OF BUSINESS TO
WEAR THE GENUINE
Slater Shoe
SLATER SHOES ARE MADE FOR
EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK, AND
FOR  EVERY WEEK  IN THE YEAR.
A    NICE,    SELECTED    STOCK    OF
THIS    CELEBRATED    BRAND FOR
SALE BY
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE RELIABLE SHOE MAN.
++++++++
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ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR I
And see that you get iL
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED.
For Wheat, Barley, Oata, Chop., Chicken Feed. Bran, Shoeta, Hay,
etc., aak us.     We will see that you get It promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 136.
IM COLUMBIA STREET.        p. 0. Drawsr 100.
JSliflWWE
NOTICE   RE   HOUSE   NUMBERING.
Any persons Whttae bouses have not
been numbered, or who have any com-
plaints to make ln respect to sain.-,
should notify th,. undersigned at once,
*o that the matter mav be TvotitU��d.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clork.
City  HW1, May 7, 1909.
TENDERS WANTED.
Messrs. Marriott and Company of
Vancouver ui-0 Open to receive ten-
dent, for the whole Or any portion (as
it lies), of thv cedar lumber lying on
ihe C. P. N. and 0. P. lt. wharves,
and als.. near the Royal city Muis on
thp street end, free of freight, wharf-
nge or any other changes.
Quantity about 460,000 feet, com-
. iron,  factory and clear.
Tlio above Is the canto brought  by
.the l'fi'iccs.   Ens oh April i.
Tbe lowest or any tender not neccs-
1 sarily aocaptad.
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have* it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable'-Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you'figures..
ALPRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 62.
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THE   DAILY   r.WS.
rR|DA*    MA.
.'������
1S09.
Bargain Sale
CHILDREN'S   AND   LADIES'
/fate and Mil-
WEDDING IN AIRSHIP
ATTRACTION f OR FAIR
littery
THE  LATEST STYLES ALL  GOING
AT A  REDUCED PRICE.
Connor and McQuarrie
261 COLUMBIA STREET.
P. 0. box 474.
Tel. 53.
Ree. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
PALMER BROS.'
GASOLINE  ENGINE*.
Palmer   Q
BROS. TWO
ANO FOI
1 \    !.E
���~.*.f*OL!NE
ENGINES
S*
WESTMINSTER
Iron  Works
JOHN RE1D, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYER6
Successor  to
Mayers A Preston
Olke, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Prion* 105.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
An] availaiil^. Dominion Uiad- witb.
lin the railway belt in British O'lum-
;bia, ma��� v- ��� ��� m< -;��� aded   .��� an) pi i
son v,..n la tbe sole head ol a famUi
;or an.1!   mule <>ver i> years 1 I .'-��', te
the extent  ol one-quarter section  ol
liil) acres,  mors or li ss.
Entry moat be nude personailj  j'
th ��� local land office lor the district
in which the land is situa-.e tin try
l.v proxy may, however, be made ou
ivrta.ii conditions by tlie lather,
mother. >on. daughter, brother or el*
ter of .,n intending hoORir.eada-r.
The homesteader is required to perform tli^ condition:- connected therewith   under    one    ot    the    101 to wing
plana.
(1)    At least six months' residence
upon  and  cultivation of  the  land on
V-ach year for three years.
(Ci If the rather I or mother, u t_s
.fat--.- i- decased), of the houx^Uaider
reeidet upon ���> farm in the ricinlty oi
tb.- land entered for, the requ_vm<-nta
a_ to residence r_ay be satisfied ���>>'
|such pereon residing with the lather
'or mother.
l V li t_... settler haa bis permanent
r, ence on Farming land >.��n--u
;.. .-...., :. : .��� vxinit.-. of his Homestead ��� . renenta as to naMsnce
-in,,;, be ���' >���: by residence ui>o_
the BSid  and.
Su .'.'������ ;:-'���- notice tn writing jiliould
be  - to t.'ie commission- r of   lx>
aoinion  lands  at Ottawa of intention
tO for patent.
Goal   mining  rlph'-s   may   be
leased   for    a  period ot    'weaty-on.
at  an annual  rental of $1  per
Not    more    than    256S    a<r_e
���r leased   to  one  individual   or
. A  royalty  at the rate in
:. ���      1 nts per ton shall  be collected
1 n 'it.��� merchantable coal mined.
W. W OORY.
V-    ity of tho Minister of the Interior.
N B.���Unauthorised   publication   <>t
advertisement win    not be va'a
Many Couples Anxious to Be
Star Performers in Aerial
Nuptials un Julv 3.
Seattle.  Maj   ..     It.':*- ri    I anning
ham, traveling    passenger   ���������-������     6
the  Chicago,   Milwaukee  ft ai    Pi
'ami cbairma  of tha railroad
I oommlttee that i_ plaunini .1 we
In an alrahip at the /Uaska-Ynhoa-Pa
Iclflc   i.Epoah "ii  on  Joly  .J,  Km
.Met:    Dn.. v. i ���'.- , thai li.   bad  |
[on s -stui .hunt for eliglbl   ."���,. ��� in
atead  of  proclaiming   b ���   .m-.-
ita,.   wide   wor.d
III-- ���- v   ..- : g I    :.., i      d   to   bus
tle  hi  and    a  wiilir���
Cunningham is !,.iuk j
ble Of dOdgtng to kc. ;i
man.   anxious i-iin I ���
-XI' "lence the nov
t ��� i,i>-. .Mr
4.1 to th. iron
away  from  l<>i
win,   uant   <o
ol  a  '.-.-l-:v.
i
Sent#0n Approval
To Ki.si'onsibi.e PEori.i:  ��� '-' ,;
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Lme
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    S-AITt-E
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves
couver 11 p.m., going direct to
tie  daiiy  except  Monday
SS. Charmer l��-aves \anc<Jiivf?r i
p.m., tiai.y for \'Iciorla.
SS. Princeea Charlotte lesrei Van
couver 10 a-in dally, except U'iadne>e
day, for Victoria.
_____:
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA
S S   Trader will  leave Victoria
LNew  Westminster every Tuesday.
I. avi -  New  Westminster on
Desday.
we:
RED GEM
<She InK Pencil
Your Choice of
Ths.s
Popu.ii-
Artlcles
lor on',
Beery j��rn gai
full II KI   bclid i.
'.11 rtflil hamI may i.. ti_
in   either   our   elan
opaque pattern. ..
.'���"ii l.rrak_l,)r Tr��njpii
ent, u ilr^iinl. eill.rr ir
plain or rni;raee,l ftmfi,
a�� pit.'err.il.
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BOMS     !���:     ���.. ]<',,
r..r ��. ��     ln<
rid f.., t^i.'n.  in,.
> m l-iia.     sts,.
T COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
I....-.���     Victoria   11   ; tn    t. nth  ol
each  month   Coi   Quatsino  and    waj
porta;   twi ntleth of ea- h
Ahcu.-.i v  Qua   i-i'.,   i
way po.-'-
tou.   in  th��< air       He  has  mora   *-lia:,
thirty applications i.-r the honor n-*
ami the mail  la still bringing   .
. H.IV.S  fixim  distant  -Kiintsi.
The  ratlruad    men    will    presenl
>ll*o purse ro the couple thai   -���>  *'
d-_ ii. the sirs blp as | in addition ���>
nnm er of   baadsoine   wadding   pn
��nt>   ar,.   to  bs  given   I )'   tht   rail    IS
Vii,-.-. inti rested    -md    the i v,
aaanagemeeL     Thv sapertenot la doi
only tbe must unusj.ii aver onorwd s
wedding party, !>ut It win be a pnH
ona .is well.
It   lu_,  i. eu  found  that  tl...  alr*ht;i
A.V.-P.," in which the oeremoa] wi
'..   pecfonned   win only    carr>  tbres
persona       The   navigator   ha-   ' ���
aboard, and there eannoi be aoj wad-
dins ..-.'-in.m;. without the couple
w.'n, will  :..- Joined In wedloc*
Thai sitaaalon    tl |    ior   a
nine to .sjioii ths wboV   , ograna, bw
Dhoctor   of    Ceremonies    l^.uu    W
Buckley haa straightened out v.
kK- for Mi   Cunningham aad bis railroad   a-woclate*        A   OapOTS   bS   ���-
will u- procorad iuni a minister wm
���     .-rr   up in  tli��- balUn*n In ��� ��� '
with  a few   newspaper  men  an:
chairman of the railroad Bean oc
mlttee, who has to   ���  preasoi to see
��� the Job Is doni   -    perl.
It  la now  planned   tba   it 11   ati is
shiUI lake his air-; ip and the wilding
coup!,, in cln le . al OUI Hi- ��� -
:_.ii��in, coming close enough tor the
��� ... ������ u . of questions ami answers
between the mini, er and the weootng
. onple. When toi ��� ������ ������*" v aee
s;K.keii thai i.lnd the two for ii-- tas
air-Hhip will sail ut.. :<>r a r|ef
bomv-iiii.on trip In  ihe- clouds.
It is probable  tl t-   ths ooupla  ������>
looted tot the railroad men's wedding
���in tli-- air, will be required to I "        I
route  riding on an  airship  before  tbe  im-
tor l-portanl  aaosn km   la   mads      It   n-
.t|uiri i a great   ���     of nerve and
famlliai-tj  with an ah hl|
'.:       ,   and   Hud   Mar_   will
to gl \,. the  v. adding i ���
i . famllja It.     thi     ���  ���
-lil;.
There hai������ '-��� en freqaem
In  i iptlve  .i.iV'i.'-, bul m,
know: do con erer
ii. :  !��   in airship
\an-
8es>
.. ��� if
n.oniti   for
8. ott   and
be
a ���
tbe
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far  .
-
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
'.,- ii    Vani ouver j p m   daily, tat
.- mday.    Leavi ��� Nanaimo at T
���zmi.
DEPARTMENT     OF     MILITIA
ULFENCE,   OTTAWA
AND
ALASKA  ROUTE.
p-iiiv i    May    leaves    Vancouver
Mai   17, and ~~-
NORTHERN Et. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
May Lj ;ind Jun.- 2,
Princ--iaa May lenii-.s Vancouver
May 17 _in] Z".
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
S B Qnei n City or B.8.  Amu.   leave
Vancouver  May  20. and .hint- 6,
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QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SfiRVICE.
.    ilea,!rice   leav
;md June 2.
Wa.   22
FRASER   RIVER
S.S.   Beaver.
\".-w   Westminster
at
iWedD  iday and  Friday at 8
i        Chilliwack Tuesday, Thurada
jam) Saturday at 7 rum.
'���Laughlin Mfg. Co.**
^3 Mijestlo Rld�� .
ifoll.
Ki-I.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columne of THE DAILY
NEW8.   The Morning Paper.
'''!     , ervatlona   nni   Information
call oi  address
BD. GOULBT,
Agent, New Wer-tmln-t. r
C.   R.  FOBTKK.
" "  Gi     r.'rss. Agent, Vancouvei
J.  W.  THXJIIP.
Genera  Buperlnt?n4��it  Vlctonn.
���s' -.'��� d ������ .'!��� ra    . i ,    dupili ati i  for
the     |��|  r of ( oal an I Puel W< od ������
'i"ir- d ;.. bean  Che MUltarj  Utm I
al Victoria, Vancouver and Kew Went-
er, ii   i v for   tbe   ten months
ig  March  31,  1910,    will  be  rs
i up to Monday, June 11, oext
IV.'I.   lend, r Ih  to  !,    marked     rentier
for Fuel," iirid addressed to 'he **���-1
ai ���   .i :...   Mill in Council, Ottawa
I   Printed forma ol isndcj containing
fun particulars maj be obtaint*) from
the Secretary <>.  ihe Militia Council,
[Ottawa, or al the office of ths District
Officer    ''rn,hi..Hiding.     Victoria,   who
Iwiii .urnis- all Information required*
|   Each tender must  bs accompanied
Vancouver .l,v "' ���" '' .'"'i cheque, on a Canadian
; i. i bank, payable to the order
of the Honorable tbe Minister of Mil-
Itia and Defi noe tor Bve per oeni   of
tbi amouni ol ths tender, whii h wm
��� '   fori   led 11  lbs party making tba
'. nrl-.-1   ii. rim.v    to    sign  a contrncl
when called mon  to do ��>.     ii tao
'��� i der  be nol   accepted  the cheque
win be returned,
The I'.'partrnent does not hind iti. ir
:'. ;".  pi the low<-Kt or any tendei
BUG   FISKT. Colonel,
Deputy Minister of Militia mid  Defence, Ottawa   May 12, 1909
'H q    :    7)
Newspaper* .-.ill not be paid for hhh
advertlsemeni if they i.'��ert it without
authority from the Department
Monday,
a.m
The Daily News
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PHONES:
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R 22     Editorial   Rooms
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business. Tin4 Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The   busy  housewife
4.
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
call and set you right
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We print all the
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Births, marriages,
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church notes, foreign
news, political intelligence, marine news,
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Editorial   Rooms
WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News ff
,0*Y   MAY 28.  1-09.
IHE  DAILY  NEWS
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HOUSE of QUALITY
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Happy
thoughts are always  de.
rived by buying
"NIIUTHWAY" CLOTHING
,t:.. .   -A-bich  the crowd jbottl ���>��� were ci. ..
:.,   ill  for any linn.     Tl .ties I hs
������-��� All  m all  the lke<��p for hi. .. and beseel j,
in   innon-inn   Unt__  '    !i '  -    -   w   :'  useful rem��lJ        ' %
111  IHll.ll.llIU   IVuOO which  waslat all  time*       Wishing  yon .      .
Wit] ���   ; ,���1    Will' :.    I I;    !      D,   D." I J.
  un  trtdcli      .-. lerfal    ��� we   ...
ops to do-  :   .     ' -;-
i- on    tbe r HANK M ��������
.-     :. i     time   "���      For sample bott ���_-
Turnbull and ����� period  j, p  ���_   ���_,   ...  ���,,,-���,   p I.N    A
Purnbu .     .- and  whii .,,,,.. oi    ll -   __   i. ...
���l      rhe   ir->.t - _���=     _ .  j  j_
��� i-... i.i   iav ���,.   , boose a tt am
r   was  thought,  ��_ii -.-,.. :
did ���
.-. i ii- ding _ami ���.:...-.
I  to wan v 1   ( I ANIMATED  PICTURES  AND  ILLU5
TRATED    SONGS    OF    THE    VERY
Crystal Theater ;i:
I gtra^ Hats and Furnishings of all
I kinds are accessorii ; to a happy
frame of mind.
���
i ;��� a            -boot   I
'           i ��� engers'
bad no chant ���     v.- ou Id total bi ween  fin   and
i'    He ������                         direcU)    ...   ��� .liars,  and   the  '"wn
for    nearl.                       v.   ���tmlnster's  has :            for        o
HIGHEST  CLASS.
PROGRAM      CHANGED       MONDAY.
��� ..,,, able fiC . blamed  Wednesday and Friday,    spe-
i,, take W! be   CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admi&s.on���Children   5c,   adults    10c
l.EUQENE BROWN 6? CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
A  Fluke or Two. squat,   d' ;U.   1 n-y
'I  hu.                             .    : .ii ..mi'i. ,..,:,     ..        ., B _r._. ,_,   | q- holding
la1 differenc-i between thi teams thai _r,i    logging on  the defenders' end!
account   I                eating       However, W|,.      ,���.:   ;   ��� . ���        rhen committed
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onde who                     ball o n  to , perhaps'
I;r>'sor'   *J)�� -                     ���'��:��� ".'"'i    .eeterday'e score ahowed. th+ Tela-
m , l:V':" ':   .                  ��� ;    ������ Ive merl                New  Weatnds I
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BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
(UK WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
7 and 11 SIXTH ST.
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J.   W.   COMPTON,  Manager   -|-     New Westminster. Phone 388    �����
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Edison Theatre
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 of io irneylng went In an   *
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Electric Railway Service!
Inlerurban   Line.
. . ��� r     it. I
in eeen  b��if
0   tv  in.     I-i '
ll   '.'.   ;���   m
_v. . Vaaeoarer a:
... .r    lh'     d��',"t     e-.er.
.. ��� -   tor  ' o'h  K��p
��� >       Bits  over  the
. :i  .
C.iy   Line:   I an   - iva   tram
twenty mln-
mlnutea
-" -   .ng a- l:M a ���
Sapperton   L-ne:    ('.:��   leave
Bl   ��� is   '..' Ifl Itss  av. r   'Be   aour,
. Iftj minutes after
Bdng at l:U
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Sunc��y   i^vce i_!f-hour:y be-
twasa -���    I a m. _r._ ll. p. m.
and     Illustrated
S.ngs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON
A Truism. Program    changed     Monday,    V, ea-
No*   only  did   K'-eina  not  win   -h��'  n.-s.'a;.   and  Friday.    S,*ieclai matinee
Kioto cup, but the advertialng It ex-  for ladles and  ihiidreu  Saturdays at
��� i    nl  its attempt    to do so J:JO p. m. .
turns out to be of the wrong sort��� ���������
Dailj   News
They're Right.
Wi 'l   even If the Caps dd not utt
the Minto cup. Retrina certainly more
than  got  it�� money- worth of adv-r
���Iteginn I- ader. . _iac'Iy   the   material  you   erant   for
auks made to order    Perfect fit guar-
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
 i Old News Block, Sixth Street
Summer GoodS New Westminster.
JUST   ARRIVED.
ECZEMA   CURE   A   MIRACLE?
NO.  JUST  SOUND  SCIENCE
anteed.
Physicians now admit tba superior j I  ILL.   V^lTUI^IvJ
value of simple medicines for all dis- Merchant Tailor
P. 0. Box (94- New Westminster
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
F ���   e.ema and other- skin disease. j
oerlainly  not-lni.  Ifl the *6rld eouio
AT OUR LARGE  STOCK  OF MUSI- b,.     ..^r  Ann oil  of  wintergreen
CAL    INSTRUMENTS���PIANOS, OR-  car'Vally    combined    with  .--ch  wen,
GANS.  TALKING   MACHINES.  REC-  kno��n   bealir.e    and    antiseptic  sun-|
ORDS   ETC    ALL  ON  EASY  TERMS    rtMC"��   ^  thymol,  glycerine,  etc.,   as
ORD5,  ETC., ALL ON  EASY  TERMS. ^  [}   ^  Q   pre8CnpU[_n.    The U*? |
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
lewMMM��eo<
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manurocturtrt  and Dtoun  m  AU A'i��-    ot
Lumber.   Lath,   Shinglca,   Moulding*,   Saah,   Doora,
Interior Finish,     lumed Work,    Etc.
Fiah and Fruit Boxe��.
Ljirge Stock Plain and Fancy Glagg.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
._���i ��� i ��� ���
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Waetmin*ter
J. H. TODD'S
Big  Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
TTL        if      i    i    n    i lor   CONRAD,    CARCROS8,   ATLIN.
1 116   MOdel    I$a.Kery ' WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR-
-itnple .-medy. thongb, accom- CQR  F0URTH AVE A SECOND ST. 'BANKS- V^1* tr*ins ("cept 8anday)
pli.-.:i*a reeB-ti that look like miracles j * ' , carrj-.ng passengeap, mail express and
lea.* ..f aexema of tea, twenty and      Our celebrated   Cream,  Brown  and . co[in^c,   With   8taE(>s  .���   Car-
���w ilrty reara* standing have been; Barley Bread is In great demand.   Al-   Ire1^* connect  witn  stages  at  car
I completely oared * a l��W weeks. (ways  sweet, and   once   used always   cross  and  White  Horse, ma-atalnlng
R.-al   the  experience of Mrs.  John'used.     Out   Cakes   and   Cookies   are ; a thorough winter service.
Sand "fa.  of GrlswoH.  Manitoba: choice. _______
��� v. hen I wnt for six boi-Je, of U H. C MARK 4 SONS. For ln-,''��a"<���� ��PPlT �����
'Phone 435. I    J- H ROOERS, Traffic Manager.
ID. 1>   1 had on.-- of the worst ca-^ps of
Ecxema in my lees.     I only used two
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: Ladies7 Blouses
in new and stylish designs, long or
short sleeves.     Prices to suit all
purses.
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THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE.
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Special Bargain
Ktvenire hox t>rnnilfnl artirc laea
lliil*b paper Ic cllhcr of two sec*, and
fir- pa.V��c<w eae.lo.ca '�� m��'ch re��
ular prk�� II M, this week oii'y
I See the MASON & RISCH
PIANOS
on Display at "The Fair" Store
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WE  ARE  READY TO SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
hl-._-.Vu. building material,
than It is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings buHt with our materials that n.v.r need repairs.
We can point to rom* others
ths*. need repairs ail the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY L ROS-, Ltd.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
turne,   l��. C
E-t
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
|       J. J. MacKay & Co.
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS       e
FLOUR!
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50
Terminal $5.00
McQuarrie & Co.F1 "rR AND YKl':D MK!tt'"Am
FRONT  STREET. New  Weatmlnater. Telephone S33
flour  I Paints, Oils and Varnishes
***** + + + 4 +++++*+++++*****	
When you hav* made up y
remember that ia paya to u��c pa
all weathers.
Elephant paint ia made fro
the colorings In It are the ver
mixed by experts who thoroug
the   paint   business.
Our line of varnishes and s
a-lac. Baplae, Berry Broa. Hard
Varnishes. and Wilkinson. Hayw
line of  varnishes.
our mind to do some painting,
int or varniah that will stand in
m ths purest of oil and load, and
y best that can be used and ant
hly understand every branch of
ains Include* the following: Jag-
Oil and Varnlthea, Standard
ood A Clarke's famous English
Mn
vY AU<?T,ON-   I Small Accounts
J*J toid tale in t'ltv of New weal
^'.���";r   OB     Friday.     Mav N,   WW,
v  Hl.'���-' .-f  upward of  lit* full<nr..'-l
,,'     nated ...i th,. n,-w It t'   I'.   R
i,   ,     ��tt   In,,   ovorlooklni- tl..-   Ittll
1.T'.'.'   '  "'' 'b.. cltj limits between
��� : arenue  Weatmlnater, and Bso-
I '  ll". ie, liuniahy       Full  parUcu-
,.   ��la plans will appear In I day or
Cook & Ross
The AUCTIONEERS
F'-nt  St.,  Oppo.lt. Market,  Nsw
Wc��lr"lnst��r.    Phone 489.
-'60  Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
th
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
1       OAILY NEWS
westminst.r-�� Hume Paper.
hk won as large ones nre wvi.-om.*
vou seed nol wall until row >>��_;*"
baa assumed large proporooaa ^i"r'
openlnj ��n account
OO   SO  TODAY.
Yo��� will re.-civ,, itar, *'"m;'%^\
ail matter, tatroatsd to oa, ����;' " ;(
la noiiiins in aats bankltti we can noi
perform
TOTAL ASSETS OVER $53,000,000.00
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New Westn.mater,
B, C, Branch.
F. B. Lyl. Manager
PHONE
your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the j
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone j
A-22
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
I    . f    _H_ 1  ^or "^orrnation as to contracts, consult the ad ver- J
T!lG ROVal BanKO. lailaua \\ Using man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your |
place of business.
MUnVN, VEAl, PORK
Freeh Pork   Sausages dally,
of Farmer's Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market .-���-^
Phone 192 McNENEMY & ANDERS3.
Columbia St.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE   DAILf  NEWS.
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FRIDAY, m��y _.
Rubber, Cotton,
and Wire Wound
HOSE
IN   SEVERAL    DIFFER
ENT  GRADES.
|     BOWLING
OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND
YOU MAY BE SURE TO GET
THE RIGHT THING.
We handlethe finest
Crockery,   China
and Glassware and
at prices that fairly
astonish buyers by
their littleness. Ask
our  customers   if
this is not so. What
would you think of
purchasing   Glassware and Crockery
at practically cost?
Well, that is our
price.    Our wares
are dainty, up-to-
date   and   price-
pleasing. One purchase will be sufficient to prove the
truth of out words.
Another shipment
of New Glassware
just in.   Come and
see.
WE CUT
RUBBER
HOSE
IN
LENGTHS
TO
SUIT
PUR
CHASERS.
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[_a evening tin. \v. j, K.-r. teem
wi,.-, beaten in a i>ntcti.. came at Vaa.
courer by tbe narrow margin ol two
pins ronlghl they aril] roi] lm
Westminster In the telegraphic leagui
end the Terminals will oome _er_ to
|ila_ .
lhe offlclal  referees  appointed    .
be Seattle Bowling  Tournament   i
o, latlon    for th ���    Western  Bowling
Congress, are T. J, ttahoney, oi N< *
\\ eatmlnster and Philip Con ��� ol i
cago     The) will dei Id. dispute
,..iv,. genera] oreratgbt oi th.. jam
nu- following is laat evening^ so ���
VV. .1.  KERR  TEAM.
Johndro  .
Smith  . ��� .
Mnnti'l tli
l���i:li;im   .
Canrer ..
l.
.138
,154
.1.7
.155
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1KH
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196
IU.
lio
111
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Totals
.769    88-    801    _411
I Anderson & Lusby ���
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VANCOUVER,
l. _. ::.
Bonwick i__ 188 l _ l
jphinipa uo us i.i
Carter 161 165 ls��i
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Frost    iti is. is_
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Lacrosse Sticks
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McBREARTY'S   1909,
-ALLY'S 1909.
CROQUET  SETS, 52.00  UP.
BASEBALL  GOODS,   ETC
ALL NEW GOODS.
AT
MOREY'S
665 Columbls Street
NEW WESTMINSTER, Q. C
Totals
710    806    -mo    .li
FOOTBALL.
^	
Vancouver  District   League.
Celtics s_n the last in.it,n o( ui<*
season in the Vancouver District
leagne last erenlng from Weetham
Island ������a.-ii> : > three soaih to one.
and tln'r..:.y won the leagne chain
plonahlp and Teechers shield lor l
l,.*0.-09.
MERITS  OF   PAVEMENT
EXPLAINED TO COUNCIL
_!
A special nicetlni-; of the city coin
ell wan livid Vf-t.-rdav to meet K C
1. ��:-.-���. Bflglpeer of the Ha��nam fn\
ItiK Company, the k.��-.-.il agi-nts o!
V-Ufib Uia il^'au, C��ult|_a.d A tv
M. Maiin. toeompanled htm
The   merit,  of   ttns   paviiwnt   w,-r
explained   by   :h<.  <-a|-lne.r.      It  cot;
, i*i���u  of  ordinary     concrete   pr_var��i
Jundr heavy   pruasur.-.  an<i   it,  part-
cular   U-Ofulnv-_   I.   thai   the   aurfa��--'
i�� rou^ii. prevenOag n<u*i,v_ .itppiDK
thereon     Mr. Itattty pronleed to t,j
Into the matter funher with City Er.
gtaeer  Blackman.  and  aubmlt  an
Itlmate  lor Columbia btreet
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR BALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, N*w Weatmlnater
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LOCAL NOTES.
An execntlre uieetlnj of the ��;,j<
tjall  ajvi-x'la'.lon  will  b_   In-ld at  J   I
juiair-i cigar store thla erenlng, com
menctng ��t half|_nt eight o clock.
A son wag born ynateTdajr tuornitiK
lat   the   Royal    Columbian   hospii.i]   lo
IHra.   Presley,  wife of   the c,  i'.  H
[operator hers      Mrs  Presley and th-.
boy   are  <H>in��   -ell.
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PIMIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Houses Painted
In Artistic Colors.
WALL PAPER, PAINTS, OILS.  ETC
Doane, Bailey & McKay
Agenta Vanoeuver Vacuum Carpet
Cleaner.
j Front   St., Dominion   Trust   Building.
J    Brandriih,    of     1-iduer.   Ml
yesterdaj (or a two-weeks  trip oa the
nj,j,, r Columbia river, durinK *��h.cli
; iu. wlll address b sumbei of tttttt
growef*1 me lings.
p  o   Bflodenn, who baa been ���"'-���
fiiii-d io his rssrtdenoa for the past few
dais.   w;l_ ���  Is  tO  I"- oi:   aki.iiii   .. I -��t.-i ���
Iday  aftenioun.  and   wil:   BOOO   resume
his usual active ii.
The Westminster Cricket Club will
have tbe ... mid match of this _ej-<>n
;on Saturday afternoon *iUi the Vanil-.niv.-r Cricket Clu:. at BRM R4H
! I-int. Tin- local team will t,,. ir-.
.lecteil from the foUowmi: Peers,
Vidal.   Judd.   Ilamsay.   l/__hinar,   \S A-
|faie. sh.-riff I'lir-iis, Hooghton, Oooks^
Hamhwr, Darie   WhtttakSr
lhe Whole Doty of a Watch
x
IS TO  SHOW THE CORRECT  TIME   ALL  THE TIME.
IS  YOUR  WATCH   DOING ITS DUTY?      IF NOT, GRAV
CAN  FIX IT.
| JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler \
X DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
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No definit,- decision wa*. arrived at
|in the exsoadTS meeting last t-vi-mnn
to discuss the holding of ���.  haJf holi-
da>   on   Wednesday afternoons d . inK
the stunmer, although tt .- practically
.���<-rtaln from tin. sApresslons of trie
Imerchnnta thai It wil] i��- carried Into
effect The opposition to the , ��� o
sal win. it is stated, be ismorej in s
'day  or  two.
. lo ii..'!.   bea Ina lbs tolloe Ins
!,..|*H   are     held     locally     in   Siilncn's
swwepetnke on tb�� BngUab Derby, run
lai i.|is'iin mi Wednsi la.. ami a
Klni   KdAuni;- n.ii  tlinorn:  181
'4786,  809 I,  8122,   18 ..:    1062,  121    - .1
:���-:   1067   1724, 827, Aa far as 1- ki
at   present,  ..ii  ths  shore  repn ���   I
non ..ui.-.������-���    bat   Div   prlU   nni   v   m.
Hiir��-il  .iiull  ths arrival ,,[   the F.-.        ti
nee papi ra    oontalnlns    acooun     ol
the    fflaSfl,    tlirf    I-Vllll 11,,      _ii'|.
��� i   one of the iarn<���t -ver conducted
by Salmon, tba first prize trf-in*; 1 181 J
the aeoond tHi.".o, an<i tin. thud |740,
Btarten will ici about l.'iit apiece
i.e.it Brothers,Toronto, wm send v .1
frre   a   crike   ���.!    lli'ir   (.unnus   PI mini
Uiili ���    oap, ii  yn-i mention this paper,
Bank of Montreal r-��-��-������������--���-:
KSTABLISllED 1817.
CAPITAL 514,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Knir-
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. 8. A., nnd Mexico City. A general
banking bnslness transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at li per cent, pe*
annum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over $168,00n,O00.OO.
NEW  WESTMIN8TER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Look This Up
Ten large lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
f F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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STORE
NEWS
FOR  TODAY
Attractive offerings o_i seasonable and up-to-date
goods.    Many an interesting item which is sun to
prove of benefit to our customers.
Women's Stylish
Spring and Summer
Coats
Coaii of nv*d��-r���_. prlcv whlcb pfl ��.���
their g��-i,y.:.f worth through  their err-
rlessjbfllty, ntu��ie from pl_iln or etripr-t
f.iwn covert cloth, and i-tch-CMi''
<i��-rrnan    bruadcloth Loo**.    *m*
h'.vi.K and ���;.���_.���. l*r kt��   aa*. ^MfSStly
j._ua t_ilor-u ��-.>le��, wbih- othvn. mx
flni__ied wv|, emiit*'rapping _r.j but
ton*, all hItvk, 32 to tl for ._dn<. and
mlKS-a, of 16 tii l-i. 1 .;<��-, i*._o, MM
an*l     |.o oo
Ladies' White
Cambric Underskirts $1 Each
Pies doii-n   woiii'-iiu exfi    eaa. -'
nrhlts caturli- underskirts wiih diM-,,
flounif- fliiisln-d with a row v', mi
broMseSi frill and du ��� ruffle ap<'
. Ial today, each |. 0O
A Splendid
New Range of
Golf Jackets
Hi-v<-ii,i nam stylsa in fine quelle.
goit Jackets showing v.. latssi in
tbem popnlai inrmsoti In wobsb m
trilHseK \i. mors '.ei\i., ani,. gut
ment Ih In u����. for outdoor *'-Br N-'A
stylet shown ar,- with full sleeves,
light fitting ruffs, plalfl fast, i -liars,
b ll . IKX'kets etc. Colin i ar, navy.
RT'-y, brawn, ��� iir-i|lnnJ�� bui hla. k and
White.        I'rlced   frvm   . .|3.?5   to   H'-iO
Several Excellent
Cream Coating
Materials
LeeHes*, wttaa and cjuidr>.n, ,.
ter   antasMs   which  k-,4 pr-nini:  nn
UKTimi.   pc-pular       We n-.-tioi. a lei
of th,. umm; ���srvtasshhsi
QWUM   PANAMA,   ner   *,.-_-
_f_. "   ll
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f0mJmmuf.9mmtaaa^ght,
"r  ,,rd- 7U  and HOC
J^-^^'X.   mn    p<T   ynd  1140
and    m   , |ta
WjUM HuXtNA, vm yard       aoc
QUAH Ll RM  In plain Ct I
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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