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WHITz, SMILES & CO.
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia SL   Phone 85.
NEW  ','. .-v. MINSTER, B. C, WEi>NBSH.'.     MORNING   JUNE 2. 1M9.
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EXPOSITION GATES OPEN
TO TWO THOUSANDS
Seattle is Mecca of   Visitors ���Alaaka-Yukon-Pacific Fair
Attract* TouriaU From All Oeer Continent- Taft
Sends Congratulatory Message.
HATCHERIES PROGRESS       CANADIAN EXH
THROUGHOUT DOMINION
Bsettle, June I Ths Alaska-Yukon-
__ciOc sappsttlos S in opened a' soon
today,   aii   d'^i uasata   wing cob.-fCi-iedl-
Canadian  Guects.
Among the offlc.al  guest* tro_i tne
at   ihe    opening   day
'hanque'  a'     ���!,<���  New     York  building
, *��� remo n i'-.-   ... ,,       o   ���>,���/._   _
.thla ov'-nlng  an-    Hon.  C   W.  CroBB,
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Inspector   Finiayson   Reports   Satisfac
tory  Advance���Exteneivs  Oper
atl ons,
NOTABLE AT f AIR
Alexander Finiayson. Dominion la
speetor of fish hatcheries, who is Vis
iting the cty, In the course of an interview, said after an inspection of
the hatcheries at Rivers Inlet and
Harrison River that the condition of
the. hatcheries on the eoasi was satisfactory
H__   work   extends    throughout    tne
Typical Scenes of Dominion
Depicted at ;he A.-Y.-P.
Exposition.
Seattle, June 1 ���Although occupying on��. of the small buildings, tba
Dominion of Canada ha. so systematically arranged her building at tbe A.
Y. P. exposition opened today, that every industry, every product, and every
scene characteristic oi thv country
can be .-aslty and quickly corflpreb-rni-
e<l by th* visitor who ent .ts the tiuiid-
ing.      Not only have the exhibits been
NEW   CITr   AMBULANCE
FIRST  BROUGHT   ,���_TO USE
v ���
j_l��..e.        The     ,., Miing
ttnaad lo bi a . ���-������i at noon. conW auome,-general of Alb-rta; Lieut.- j Maritin^ provinces, and all over Can-
no. bave been mor. closely estimated, Gov James imnsmulr of British Co tAu th. governm,n. ,oun3 dliBc_ity ln
ths SBth-Biasa ���(  the crowd that  M  iumUa.   Mr      Justice     Irving    Mayor , '
-___bi    of    Vancouver    Mavor   Hall *e_pin��: experienced  men  io    me ee*   _ji_,i6��tu iu t'��e _ coujprwinmsive ica
.    ClsgB.nl     :-*-r-,p���..n_     w.'h   ap.  ���g��*��  and   Ma-or   ffiotof son  when  the fl.b  were  m  the early dl  the  resources, out   large  gold let-
Planes, adding but a minute Or two to  snni*:aru Mages of development, _.. -va.* of the . ten-d tablet, are used as space break-
���_,,. BSfltnsn :  .v.v.. of the oeremoa- . _ appointni<-nrt��   being   of   a   temporary  ��rs  on  th^  lower part  of   the valla,
���__. Summary of ExpenM. natun-,   capable   men   wtnt   to   other . giving a condenaed statement of what
The    hlsska-Tskoa-Padftc     export- emploim��-nt the    particular      products    exhibiwd
A��   '. operated     tiomatkally   all U��  Ilon ^j.. |io,000,000, ani wa, bui.t in      How-v-r the govemmen- had mad   '.amount to    as    wealth    producer, to
door*   to   the  exhibit     building*   fl.-w'two  yeara.      The   grouping   of  build- con|tderable   progress,  and   the  work 'comparison wi._ the world�� output of
op,-u a* the signal w_- received from ings  is different  from    ot-S.   exposi- 0f  f|s;i   _a|tare  had  been   greatly   ex-  #��� 8am<> products.
Kashiagtoa   and  th.  crowd  that   had  '"H^      .Th-   strut-tur-s   are   compact- t(rtld. . during th._.  past }ear.    Thirty-!
... .      .   , ly  plated,   there lg  no ,ong. tiresome 8l_   hatcheries   were   now     equipped, :     ��� Tnl** mmtt B0��th��-
��aited   for  hour-   ������  be-   the  Interior walk  frotn    on).    exhibit  to another. a[ld ,,..  tooa existed for others     Ap-      l��T ;^'ance, n Is not^d  that Caa-
of  lbs  ��� th   ll   pSlsofS  ru&hej   toward  Alter   <mtering   th^-   ma:n   gates   two plications for supplies of eggs, and o: ia<*a   Produces    67    p.-r    cent,  of  the
ha lavlUag op,-n:n^- building*    standing   in    a  cluster  ot f-y 0r  yo_B|  fish continued  to reach  *>rW��  auppiy  of  nickel  and   .0  per
trees lo the  left,  first  meet th..- eye. U)'t. department in great numbers. c���n"*-    of   ^e    worlds    supply of as-
wii. b  the turnatties du begin to
a    ��tea/i>     and    uninterrupteo
One i�� where the administration of the      _���*-������   Ham-on   Lake   ha-.chery
bes-.os.       Three   larg^   booths   occupy
P-ti **. Addr*��i
t* .���������
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ovenui ..
l.i* *e_t   :.   nc n   ..
.V,:J�� I  bim  up
!�����    -.-ni-.  ��� ik���;.!������ ]  ������.      .���ri   found
������    ��� ���   braised    k-    ��� -
���  ��� -i '   *��� d   .    ��� B   si       .   I
  -.T.et
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Rl ,     Iir
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third   an
, sesat
exposition   Is   centred   and   the  other  pr.nci;al one in the Dominion to. sal-  5* c*atral f3^ oi the Hoor and di_
Istream of peopU Bos j through and \g the Ajadltorium, a brick and steel mon   j.^d had a very successful yar. i sh*y mineral,    horticulture   and agrt-
Ls afternoon ibe rush of vtiHon  build ng of Imposlai architecture. snd tbe number of  fish  batched out *M*nr��  producta      Apples  ar- made
ran oy.-,   ti mlSUon in the year 1*07-  �� ��P*clalty in a booth on the Bide, and
1'XiS.    He had not let hai an oppor-  ther��- are exhibit,   of canned and pre-
tunitv of visiting the hatchen-s in r* "__T��* frui:- and aQ��>����-      Th* dto-
i:io-.e  places  like the  Babine-  and theiP1*^ of Canadian marble occupies the
Stuart   lakev  nor  was  he  sure   that 2** beneath a large map of Can*
there would h. an opportunity ,!unn_ .  a at *�� 'rout of th* building,
the prefer,-,  season, owing to the lob-1 Beavert at WorK
star hatcheries ln the Maritime pro.       ... .. .    . ..   .
A   :. a mountain and river scene as
'���rtngto-        I :,r  .,._,__.  ..        .        ���   .
Ibst-d nj-14.. .,i   . '"' '' *    * ���- 'vntuiuing in undimlniahlng n US- Me.tag. From Taft.
.       .  .-.-',       .':__h:,:.".        ' * Wa-h.ngton    June   1 -In   th,   _S
,-  .Miir.-,  .-_.-_   :,"*���*   :'   "   "    '* ��� .     nrder     fr0   d flbm of the Whit* House, in the pre
SB  -,,.*       ������:     la  l��VSt��_  ���!,. ���������,��� An  O'der.   Crowd. *|_,|����___S   . _>-_.
Kast
ires-
enc- of  a  dirtir.g-jished   gathering of
-. '��� * of '.__ i  r.u-.  .ii,; st..'    -.iir;   dl"j!Oir..i'k.    rongreigmen    an.i other-,
-r.g. o;��-n-d    sart.     aad    th.  crowd President  Taft  at  1:16 o'etoe*    this
..: into theee buildings lor a tirsi afurn<��>ri  opened    the  Alaska-Yukon-
���   ,.���!   trie  SXpOSiUOO,   to   be   better   PacJfl.   erposltion  Bl   S<^:t.e by touch-
sail :.��� .  later When  !h��- principal ex- ing a gold key   -tudde.j with go,d nug
;��  ...     ix-gan     to  admit   sight-  gets Ut . from the first mine opened
inces   requiring   his   lmmediat��-   atten
tion.
a background is a larg* tank contaln-
I MB,
,it
,i�� bad <��*   ���
.   ..I.    .
-    ���   ���
. | ���
"' ��-.rh *l   V.-oJ-   ��q ;ar-  i        rveslni .   v"i-.-r,   had  b-e_,  broken '������   sage:
��� ..ft., ,i  .1      s ......... .... .    ��� ��� __.
Jo����or   LicrHl   Tennjht
...     I aad West  I
s ��������� ���    ��� -      department did no
tin!   a  ���,-     ulation-       ii.   sSUI the following mes
Bo wi : a
-...:n; led sn ���
Trouble at &..-<-,
��� Th-
June
White
House,    WashlngiJn.
Mr   J   B.    C nn berg.
k"f
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i     Ui i    Ur.
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who
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,
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-: -n tbr West Bad ail
.    *��� ��� :  by  'he tolW��;ng -,
R   ���:* y   Baiuo,
' ��� ibe   admission     l<     :1   sitlon    Seattie    Wash       1 congratu-
'   H   ItatT*. -       eaeti jo-, fullj  organised    ������ I  ia^. %  _ ,u)j  youi     -   i   ate. cm this
������   ���       r  Saagstet        ; o'    oomi alati     *���-..    mad   a,wpj   , ,��� .;���:mie 0j ���..���   \..._k-.i . .
les museum at Ottawa. Antirew-,
-   ���      .:. 1   hf
issed wit
Ject.    It  was not improbable a 'arger;;...(
,4- knew corr.-s'ptindence  ^t l*^'���  ��< |arm    lif- ^^
; i   ,.-..,��� .��.     o���ia  vtnd forest and mountain scenery.      In
'li   ?'    r,:\>��,D   l}*Jmtr '������* t^eground are mounted birds and
One larg.- bear stand-
.: ��� _
a
���a    -ka-Yukon-Pacific   Expo   "v     '   *"li:d h'' a*',(-"' in *u:ure yea^- :ing on his hind 'egs reaches a height
of  more than ten feet.
Literature giving    further information about  the country  is  distributed
I from a booth near the *n:raace
camna named to
MOANGE EOR PKNK
Bf     ',-���������        S'J" r        V  . Vrria
B   *en  Itlsnd Su.ijfttrd tor Cn
Itm    t > . ���    .   V car
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B<- heat' '        ...     and
���
..   ea.   la
���-uses
I the | ' ' -....-:
-..-.,���
... -
: bed tahen an I I        ;-:"  ***
<'i.W
���i ains    innui
nasal   D   l.   Mi K-1 - ���       ������ v
\\        1 I., lis-  II        [��     ���' V1> V      ,;i'
:.,    v.   \\   i',,.,k. li   \��.   Ol tone, f
i     ..-:    y   Mii*><      Ct
snd It   W ntemnte
Ths - �����    ' "
y    Mi Ki :���*'     ��.���      ���'   ������ *
w v r�� Ins11 ���      ��� ��� ���
.��� ��� I   ���  .'������    ' ���.   -v        v-   .<���,-..-     ��� :.   ;_n<t   1   COl.L   tl
II)   the tamatUes  wen .late uw people ol tba treat  N
���:   peopli    *        ��� ����� ii  ���     the ���                       ���   '���
io wall until they were ��� .-. ���            nging if forth
are    dve    pass   | i   ti..   ��� ���                   - .,: ��� :  aa  li   Is  '
...             adra     ��� -\            ii-     natural    resources and                       	
before eight i n      ���     is wss            I          sad thi
'���'-   '   ' *i<l   OOmmerci    Agrees   Not   to   Keep    Dog.   Swear   or*
ibe gates wel ��� -i I  .   1'
.   ���..,;   it each of thi      -    ���      ���     -.. ��� ��� ���             ��������� est
��� aint- srers made I eople ol the countr.  at larp ���    i
up aad I ii  win full)  mee! tb ��� ��� ���
\rniv  men found  ''���'���'���   Hon   of tbods . ��� ner-
���. -.-   that   the  adr i*                    h and th
��� gai t:::.    -  ��� ��� ��� ' .      .           instruction and edu-
general  thai . i                isanda of visit-
be b Im '                            wii.i.iAM  ia* i
RKK. ROAD AHEAD EOR
MOVT-UIR BRI0E0R00M
Drink,  and  'o  G = ve   Wife   Pay
Envelope  Unopened.
EXPERIMENTAL  FARM
FOR  FRUIT  DISTRICT
Otv . 1���G   y   O Haiioran.
deputy minister of agriculture, leaves
today for the west to locate experimental farms in Northern Saskatchewan or I - :. a British Vo-
lumbia fruit district.
Nee   York. June l���A woman married a man in Monclaii    ��� -   :���! anu
she tlr.nks she is  go:n��. eep  him
ANGRY   MAN   STRAPPED
IN  DENTIST'S CHAIR
RODS LEAD SEARCH PARTY   001 FELLOWS MEET
TO DEAD BOOK OF MASTER AT BELLINOHAM
Chester.   Pa    June   1.���Hugh   Wbit-
��� at   home.    Justice  of   the   Peacv  Wil-   tie of Crum  l.>nne went to Phil_del-
iiait.s married the couple.    He would ���. phia   yesterday  to  get   his   teeth  ex-
., _    u .   tracteii. and be readv to procure a set
not give their names, be w  gave out    , ; ,   * .   . ____   /,     ,,      ,h���
Of falso Ones   bul refused to allow the
the following document that the man denti!,t  t(, adm:ui��ter  gas.    He  bore
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Page Tilt.,-.
'  ' *    AS
���  .NEGATION   FLED
"AHip   Shorty   Drowned  Whi
elmg  Aiong  Lair  Shore���Dog
Tun.    Gu.de.    Rescuers
ha.l to sign before the cerenton_  'A..-
performed:
"1 soieiiin.i promise betoes the jus
e   Trav-  pes Thousand Members of Order Con-   (KV   of   yv'y^   and   th.-   woman!   stl;uck  ^ dentist
the pain for the first extraction stoically, but when the second molar came
out   he  Jumped   from   'he  chafr  ud
\ene  There  in  Annual   Meeting of
Grand   Lodge.
!.,i\e asked to be my wife to give her
my pay envelope, tinopeiu-l. ever.
.Saturday night; be at hom.- every
night bj 9 o'clock unless u:> wife is
out   wltb  me;   never to go  to parties
It happened, however, that the
knight of tbe steel forceps was a big
man, and he took hold of Whittle and
pushed him back Into the chair, then
secured strap-- and fastened Whittles
head :n such a way that h? was usable to move. Then h��> proceeded with
the operation ard pulled out every
tooth.
I
-
Kockawa)    B��-
wt
\-k-w, aad "ii
< \r.-.   |    t.itie*
ilni    from  the
ecbed sinia.i
,   ii,.i. blnl ���   ���.
Willi      111"     flHU
" n r.,1  oihei   men
���   o!   . ..the,   Mur
���' ii- nubt ths "|;,M
taken '.> ������ bo pltaJ
��� Mill.on will .* ,��� in
DeUiagham June l.-More than one ��'^out i,-:- and nev.r to dance with
Atlln   H   i     June 1      .V   proi   _|   .   ^       ^^   oJ.   Ki,U)y.^   detegBte<   w  anyhod)   .'ise  without  her  permission
..:,,   of       .1 in    Bhortj       a  well  .^ Qnai   .^,^   ^.^ l,IK,ami> ���ut       -l pi      -.  to be kind always to her
knowi     ocal  Indian   and ;: '   district  cob     .  v  ths Cantons,    tb    ��n��a*r; never to join any lodge that . _____
lb regard to what ... .., annual  ooavenUon of  th,  Rebekaha, d^ "": :ldm't    w��nan;    m'ver    t0 L,-����, t��� BnAT wvrn
. ,r. in Belllngham with aa mam more hw*<   ::;">v U>" "��>�� cigars on a disabled BOAT saved
rialtera to the four ooaveatlons whhsb *,vk   ���'���' *llul Uut I1U>!V u'aa flv*-' on BY USE OF WIRELESS
el    t.,- held In Maaioa   toi me next Sundav never to smoke cigarettes at 	
l_ra all.   and   never   to   us,-   profane   lan- ____________ ,     -i-h,������P-
,    .      ,__ i    Quaymaa, Mexico, June !������ mrougn
\S 1)4 li        Kl >
I BlBhad    hU    BU      ���        '   '���   '"r   the   ��� I
:   Una      tu ��� an ........ |        i   ���
\-
,     ,       ���  .    .       Bowen   '
CAPTURE LOMMEXDS
NONSTABLE TO COMRADES
Al,
-���> air   Relurnv
| ���    ��� rl       in,-du;,]   suin'iiii
Una, ,'���._ He hospital for ths
������ 'oiiow., on tha uinii
iL".1,,' ' "'���>!    durltiK   May
|bin ,'     " ".'ii*  "'   month,   (81
���-!____. ''"'"    U)ul   M0l   <*\mu
|Vl i, ' 'u"i   f. females,   n
1 ition
Former     WBS_nll��Btsf      Man      Snow-i
Brilliance  in  San  Francisco  Po
lK�� Beat* Ad   Scheme
"is  B  '-'- ���'-  ������ :'
friend* thai u s arch    ..
..���-..'  ., .,|  s. nt  .,:;���
vith the resuH tha   th
rtj    ��i- found neai l
south of ber K,    lWi ���___
w: .|��    tra. Ung    along    ��� ,,, ;i,,. ort
Bbore    Bsarchsrs    But    the  mlssli
,,,;,.      im ���      The   animals immedi
turaed an.i l"d ll>e ssaroh i';ul>
w  , point whars the _-   >';l-! brokM
up
a   lllotK
It Is expected that an appropriation ___��?��?_   to bva! ��*n>��s every spring
th*   use   of   wirvk-ss     tel,-gr.tp.iy     the
LlTti   made   to ol,c:   an   wlthOOl  ,: n��l Ung:   to do up m,  �� ^".STrS^S
"' i^" n     "'"I'   ��,M   t^JSSSFU^'^ 2 �� *^3-�� 5  " SiohW- i-pellor. wa.
i 7.       u W^Twila        SUSffffltSi veaimic 'an,, ���ed from . dang-vou   position and
ira. r. at >Miua lvana _   i     ��� towed into this port yesterday.     The
t-|.Vft*ctill.'k>fll'1.1lt_>
n. \ er to keep s dog
predsrick W Kimball, an old nine
.,..,,,_. ���i Nee Weeuala-t^, ���""'
SroSer of M*** J H Todd, ���'' P. '
;:;���', poUosoM in Ban rnmd^
an easy flOO by ����� i'��'"' >''������.
work  reoantlj     Hi   >
(Ji org
Fisheries Cruiser  Arrives.
Montreal,  Jun^  I.���The  sew  Usher-
."     las proteoUon cruiser BUnooe, bmit ai
' '':\" IV "^.,"1 : ���;���, t.ew'caatle on  ryne for the Oaaadian
,;,���.    ;..   -,,��|        Seawh   ...<���;      n,.:.-,m>Il(   __.,-.-._ ___,   Monica,   har i
,,.., ���..,  o.    Shony    ly ng in W I"--  [     ^  -,'_.��� ^  ���,  Sheeted
p|   water,   wh-r, he   bad evMMU] (      ^   department
jrtOkTO  V.roil#li  the ice and  ^^""'    J  ���on    y   p.   ^^eui-  a,u,  acceptcyl  ,
The   ,og. In some nianner |0t Mbora  ^ w ^    g ^ 	
y.,   tbS   -riJ^Mj   Knaw.l.g  tbS   lUgS   ){()wrul-tim   ;uul  K  llu>  ,mis.  po^rtul
-.-d lor hotM,vrai mei  imti on   th)|   UlH,,k.Hll  -_  t-;Uladlaii   .apan_se   Wrestler  Crosses   Boundary
lakes,   being   -pecially   adapted
MATSUDA TO BE UNITED
TO HIS NATIVE COUNT IT
Precursor had drifted aimlessly lor
three days when srlreless commaalca
tion  wus  bad with  this port.    A tug
wat sent out and brought the Stvattlier
into port. Some of the passengers bad
besoms uncontrollable from fear and
hud   to   be   locked   in   their   staterou.s.
j	
aserch party and led them to the *
d It Is not  known whether the
She   will   be
_��ne.i ,   "" ��"i  �����"""��� Btsda an easy iiw oy �� i""- ��  .-.   ���      ., tha si
;"-iv ntlBs, o feniaiiv.   ,-   ,,.���..,,,, ������rk  rsosnU]     Hi   ��"   ;, g ,.M,l,t,
ISo��. ' '"" on'' "",l^ l,ls' pllab-d tt..- Ml *. l-1H,u,r,1,\;"u',  borne atom
^-r.. ���������.  one   mal.Vj u   ,M���ohi.e.   known   us     Ml    �����     ^ UH���  .
La! ,.; ��� anon, m-ven malt-: !' ... ,  who w,,h employed by Ui,   Baa ;��*_ <J
I'koiiiii.i',,' -'i"1'   'wo m^e-a   (.v,.' .,-,.��� chronicle to pass diN-"1'**'    '   k_
h��' ���;" v ;s:i maies. h:i f-   S^_srt_in    weU*��wn and   taw? **��� ����������
^.aimalWMdllllLrTS   hSSS   dollarsJbatal
ind., ,r,..,t.,.e,��� .-    -' !(  .  , to lh)% person, nrsl  M*.��Ufy
Btiitlotixd at  present In Georgian  buy,
aad lt Ih said thai  heavy  guns have
a "lett 'alreatty been ihlpped to the lake port
,l,il.t ota sMM late M his tathtr_v�� iiUil ��� is __.__., ,,,,, ,lt,ivv Knu> hav,,
tn,..  escaped  and  is   making  his  * .   '
along  the shore.      Indians  left
to bring   In   the   body  of ,������� Qt r
ind make further search fm*
LORD   DUDLEY   REFUSES
Line Into State*, and Must Suffer the Csnsequences.
anesf wi
SUPPOSED  INFERNAL
MACHINE   BIG  BULLFROG
iir
Hand in Town.
I  .
I    ,4 ,  nt  Oerraan  b��nd
vitsierdni,   illscoiirie
'   Hill.
...
pltfihSS  along
Fearing  thai  H1"*
".,,.' K-Milng   tbat   tin
Ki,".; -  be induced to re
'" ,,,      . 'I   tha ottlclul   collet-
, Vi sl     nf     .ll,���...     ,i,i,
mrvcBi   of   dimes  and
cit I tens became stingy
"..nv
11   ''���"���  .,
������! "   approiu-h-M    and  d1*-
[Jboi ,",,  ' ''I'.ute.     Wsstminster
averted * l,'<�� l>"rw"\     /,-,��� t,i:e,i
fl)r th�� aamv work bj ���� ftm1
across the ooattosni ri ���*���" ���'    ,.ll���.
���,, w this 'lme had '����'�����'���;���'; ,,.������.���
���S "rof-*?^l1SW22��� "n oTwHUn,
tnkliiK  ���  spe.'lal.l  -'Hi
then    B�� h
Bl-
l0knowlvdgsd that
.In hi  ���"'>
though he could not o,   ^     (ljo|e   U1 ,,l>lloniry president, Sir W
N,.w    York dM^CUjJ9" ,v ,,,.,,. ria_   honornry vtce-preslder
other cities. Kimball nau ,.,.   (,()���Kdon. M. P.;  presldout,
Dawton  Liberal Club  Elects.
New York. June 1 ��� A Btraags no-sa
issuing from a small 't^JX, w.iich a
stranger had requested him to keep
temporarily, led Antonio Sartnella. a
prosperous shoe dealer at Belleville,
N. I , to suspect the package to con-
Bpokaae, June l-���Matsnda. the ��������. tain a dynamite bomb, especially M
restler. form-rlv of Vancouver. IM had received threatening letters
The policy wer. called and after ihe
TO DISSOLVE  HOUSE  who waa arrested In this city on COBB-L       ^a|_f_,w,__ d0used m wat.-r li was
  'plaint ot the  Unlt��(d  S'atts imuitgra-_iOIJvUMj      lt   oontained   nothing   more
Melbourne. June 1���Today the Uov-   ^      otBciala   will  be deponed  to htaftban a two-.Kiund bullfrog, from which
ernor- General,  l^rd Dudley, refused
native   country      Heribe,     Matsuda's thf alarming noises had emanated
inws��m  June 1-The Young Mens to dissolve tho   Commonwealth gov- nttl,ve   couniry. . , 	
Utiei-l elub ..i-l Tuesday ev-mlng In ernment. and cousequ.-ntly the Fisher jinvBtHng  partner,  who also ac   d as
-i-,i from polios �������*   nml
Chicago.  Loulevile,    m k1iii1i;i11
i.-ni cities b)    . vi.hh re-
ch wai ii'i-"-.v '
���""lin/..,   (own   for  the   other    -...-.'-HI    .1"   '
'-1 tu  ''       "" ihay wars Bobbed on his triumph *w
11 'gur-e.l Iii these .IU'
,   ,, ,      ,   ., <>m, ,_   _ _r lh   ,,,. labor government, beaten recently on'hla   manager  in   arranging   wrestling   .
Uftor hall to staot offloan. for the �� ��� vo.e iu-n,i���g oui of their policy of,exhibition., wiii also, it is h-ll-ved. ���
sung )*'ar.      The    club    la now  six 4,eh,nWi wn, r^ign. be gent back ui Japan.    Hearing was iT
yi>arti old and In a pro-p-rous comll-1  . . |h��Md reoently before United Stat.-s ln-1T
tjon.      The    officers    elected    were: q-jranGO   CATTLE   SUFFER speotOv  A.  F   Richardson,  oj  the im-  ?
llfrld  Ijiu FROM CARBONACEOUS . EVER   migration ofljes ol  tins city +
it. Fred T.   The  testiuuuiv   has  been    certut.d   .
Oongdop, M. P.i   president, Ur. A. C     Torreon. Mex., June 1 ������On lnstruc- mu| H.ni to thi  secretar.  Of commerce w
W_HS;   vlci-presldent,    John    Grant; ,|onH  from    Washington.    D. C, the  and   labor  at   Washington
s,v.vtury-ireiiBiirer,    J.    H. Falconer; American consul will at once.Issue an j    Th,. Japanese wi.Htlers came to Spo- ,w
++++++++++++++++
John    Grant
H. Falconer;  American consul will at once.Issue an
executive commute, John R. Grey. J   order  quarantining   the   . uraugo dia- knne   fixim   British   Columbia,   wnere
tmitm^   in
1 ",-K.1.1        _T(.>f.,_ ia-. _���-.... I      ,.IM.,J
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8.    Raeron.    Charles    Hln.>8,    James trlct aaMnst cattle shipments Into the Uhsty   gave   wtv-ii��ug   exhtt
t-raiit. Charles K. Wllaon. .l'nited States. several cltlCB.
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDA
r*, JUNE I  ������
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,1   ��� ���/���    a^T
1}   I-,'*'
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO  RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man  had gold dollars to sell at fifty  cents  and  did  not  let the  I ^ow a". thing about it. he would not sell  any.      You  must  tel,   the  people what you have to sell, why they should   purchase    from   y__,    _���_,   ,
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 long time in bu.lne.s everyone must of necessity know all about u, a
vvarrs.      Use the advertis ng columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of ths times.
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE?���Wi   can
find B congenial life companion for
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp tor particulars Western Development League, Hex 1301,
Vancouver.
WANTED.
WASTED���A  WAITRESS AT ONCE
Apply Depot  Hotel, city.
WANTED���GIRL    TO    WORK
the Roya: City Laundry.
AT
WANTED���TENDERS FOR CLEAR
lng lots on Sixth -street. Apply H ���
this offlc*'.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS BALES-
man for best paying specialty line
on the market. $12. to 1300 per
month above expenses. Lyoa-'fay-
lor Co, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
WANTED���TO RENT, A MODERN
house with one acre or more ground,
fmlt trees, etc.. near tram lme
Will lease for on. year, or m'gti-
oov i.f price and terms are ngnt.
Give full ..articular- first letter J.
W. McMahan, 1517 Park drive, Vancouver. B. C.
FOR    SALE    TWO    POOL TABLES
Applj  Chapman's    poo]    roon
minion   Trust  block.
RING  IT   UO    FOR
���   turn.'ut.     Tli
HACKS   AND.
Fashion   Sta
FOR SALE���PIANO, ALMOST NEW,
Will sell for bargain as parties go
lng east. Add:-.'.- P.O   BOX  ���' I, O*1.
FOR SALE���FIVE FULLY  PAID UP
shares in the Vulcan Iron !A irk .
N.-w Westminster. Wil] tak.. $490
ca.-h.      Apply J. 1'., this office.
AUCTION   SALE.
Al CTION SALE���WE ARE IN
Btructed by Mr, W. li. EUisgel] ���> ���
is retiring from the dairy business
to sell by pn lie suction on i-v-My
next, the Uli lnst_ at 1" s tn on "ie
Market Place, New Westmlnsti . 18
head of choice milking dairj cows,
consisting of Jerseys, Ayrshlres,
M-.vf-ins an.l Dur_atni All In Brat
class order.     Cook & Boas, suction-
WANTED���HORSE IN EXCHANGE
an piano. Address P. 0. Box 70S,
New Westminster.
WANTED���GOOD  DRIVING   HORSE.
Apply to J. _ Coldw.ll,  'The tfatt
Oolmmibia Street.
WANTED���Girl to assist In housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, n<-ar
Sixth street
FOUND.
FOUND���LADY S GOLD CHAIN AND
cnarm. Owner can have same ��u
paying cost of this advertisement-
Apply News offlce.
FOTND��� FOB   IN  Ql'EE.VS     PARK
Owner can have same  by appl
at this offlce, proving property and
paying for this  ad.
POUND���GOLD        WATCH        ANU
chain.     Owner can have same
proving   property    and   paying   I
this  ad.      Appl}   this office
HOUSE  TO   RENT.
TO RENT���SIX-ROOM HOUSE, ��� -
ner Elgin and Second streets.
, irticnlars    Apply    Jns,  Muirhead
.'.'1   Seventh  avenue.
ROOMS TO RENT.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
C. HAMBER. ACOFNTANT ANO
Auditor. Notary Public, Convey-
ancer. Room H, Guichon block, Now
Westminster.      P. O. Box 795
ARCHITECTS.
W. D.  aOOD-BLLOW, ARCHI'l EC 1',
Room 14. Dominion Trust black.
EDWIN  Q   W.  SAIT   ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone ���''���>
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE    PEARSON    ELECTRIC    CO..
dealer.    In    electrical    machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature  wiring,    motor  repairing.
Bank of Commerce  building,
se 381, P. O. Box .2-
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J.  I.  MERRY   &  CO.,   PHONE   AMI
rner   of   Blaekii   and   Carnarvon
streets.      Have opened  a  feed  and
leaking stable for horses     Horses
for sale      Befarenos furnish. I
FISH   AND   GAME
30N  &  AYLING,  FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegi tables, etc.     Begbla  ���'
Windsor Hotel.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street. New Wl -
::, g t r Manufacturers of mo I d
mm and shingle mm machinery,
Mill  plants and  specifications pic-
I ar.-d.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
I). C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed
Oo.umtiia  stre,:.   N.w   We- tii.itist.-r.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NIKSERIE-.
Ltd., Uurna! y lak*���Kor healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone (46,
HENRYS NURSERIES - PACIFIC
Coast ti-stid seeds trees plants, bee
supplies, etc. .010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
PAPER   HANGING   4   DECORATING.
I HUDSON, WALL PAPER, Room
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanlia*;
h flu as painting, kalsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New  Westminster
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS
ters and solicitors. Blackle hH-cK,
Columbia street, New WeBtmlnst. I
W   J   Whiteside, H   L. Edmonds.
WHITE.  SHILES  ,V   C '
K-'.il   Estate   and   Insur in<-.     *   ���    '
City,  tarm and  Bnourban
260 Columbia street.
TO  RENT FURNISHED���8I>   ROOM
modern  house.    Fifth    avi    ��������� neai
Vancouver car Une, ��'-���'��� pei      n,n
TO   RENT���FOURTH    BTRE1 I   >tK
low Third   avenue, (-room i
cottage, put J2I p*. month.
TO   RENT���FIVE-ROOM HOT -
Prince-M str.-et ;rent $8 pe.  ni-
HALE BROS <_ CO., LTD    REA
tate and  Insurance   phon,.
Colombia street, P O. draw. -
ABBOTT ft HYDE, (V. H C ABBOTI
Proprietor) Re tl . stats In mrance
loans, notaries public, convsyancei
IU ' ������ imbla ��:r   p  ii   um _..
Phone |U
BBTTCERS' ASSOCIATION OF B   ���
���P.  I).  Brown,  manager,  P   O   Box
IU,   phone  It.
TEN   ACRES     FT. ' v
town.  on��  mil.-  from   new   cat   .
six acres    cleared     S-rhom  bouss
barn       Prlos   |IIO0    terms
BUBUBBAN    homi;    THREE i/ns
all  cleared -i-'iii  La gardei
house, stable  chicken booses, wood-
'.    ��h0_:   eight   minutes   from  city  enr
'    Iln.-.  good well; iniit Ireas;  $1.1.-1,
half cash
Mr A DAM   I   V I.I* MUI A  ST.,
opposite " .fi -    hoi .,"i.
phon,- I9S Real ,.��tate aril Insur
ance, motley to loan ��"all and see
our list of city, suburbsn and farm
property  before    porchasing    stos>
whr-re
WADE WHEALI.ER & HeQUARRlB
(F. C. Wade, K. C. A. Whi-aller. W.
G. McQuarri.i, Sollcltom, Barn*
tars, etc.. 42 Lorne street, cr\,\m ts
rmirthouae, New Westminster,
i Phone 141.1, and the Vancouver of
fice ls at No. 5. Royal Bank Chambers.  408  Hastings  Street  w<-*t.
.,FORCE   E    MARTIN,  BARRISTER
and   Solicitor.     Gulchon   Mock.   OO-
ibla    and     M.-K- tizi-   Bta .   N-w
Westminster, B  C
STENOGRAPHY    t\    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN      BUNTINO,      ROOM      1.
Guichon block      P 0  Boi *;'-t
CUSTOM       BTENOORAPHt       AND
Typewriting; copj work. t'!i��ln*-��a
letters, etc Provlncs offloe, Columbia street      Pbom
SECOND HAND   STORE.
W       MYERS    ORAT,    BARRISTER
So irltor and Notary Public ("urtis
Mick, Clarkson street, O]i;osit, the
Tourt House. p. O. Box 19*. Te.-
���-���phone  f,4.
WE   BUT   \ND BELL   FURNITI RE
��� nl  all   kind, il  nee   a&6  K.-cond
hand  goods \   BpSCk,  near Tram
office.
WESTMINST! it       WOODWORKING
_u.li,    ���..  and store fittings
���   stair,   showosBSs, mantsi
��� _ ��� U| work     llssigns and ���   '
.1     litis.,.       ;    ���
prh'tor.     Work-:   Comer  Eleventh
,    ,  .,;     Hi-,- P     I.      bOX    lit,    i'i."V
i  ���        	
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
|   0   0   i'     AMITY LODOI   NO   2."
U   ii..-. ting  of   tills   i"    ���
..,,���! j in 0   '���' ��� '���--  hsJ   Colum
.,,   itreel    svsi     M"nd ty   ��� rsatng
- o'clock    .as   Fargnson, nobis
.   ,:ii    w  c Coatham  ree  ��'���'>
OF    COLUMBIA   LODGE  N'��
...     v -IBS      ���-��� <
:. .   . second   snd
���      v.. : .     ,    of each  month
In K   of P   ball   Agnes str- ���   Bl  *>
p m        White     lt<> ���    iH.g-.-e    [ourta
tt ^dnendsy    In sack    month, same
��� me and  place      Visiting brethren
rdlall.   lavlh I     0 or_    it iweil
H   Dlsm-., Bi ry
\    .  i    W    FRASER LODGI   '���
Mi ��� lings the firsts nd thi. | I  ���
V    ���
itn    c rdlall-    Invited   to   attend
Lodge ro.       L O. U. W. hs     I'' I
fell   ,      | .r.        irkeon strei
COURTBRUNKTTB.NO   WM   LO-F.
Mn ts " - toortl    Fl daj    in   the
month at I oci.xk. in the --unll
hall   Q-i-lfe;:oi-��   block.
FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF   BAOLMB,
Berts No  '-"    Mspts sesrj Tesertai
..���ri rig at i ;. m tn th..- I-jii.I'ti
hall, rolnmbla stre-1 A. Clark, W.
I .-s .   H    BcbOflOM    ��r��-r��tjry
SON'S OF SCOTLAND  BENEFIT  AH
Bodatioa, i-.r<i of thr Islss   I'lrap
l|]     M--.''s  on   th��  first     and   tni-l
Tut   la]   of evei     month lr. K   of I*
CW<C,  W   Sutherland
I   0   .'   F    itu. vi.    city    LODGE
Mi sta   in   Oddfellows'   halt
Oolumbla stieet, Bvsry Friday "i'n
lng at I o i-lock VI.King t)r*-thren
will bs mart* welcome   <;   K   >ii
N. i; . c I Osboree, P 0 rseord
inx secretary
OTHER     FRATERNAL    BOCIHTIKS
'.                          -.   1/CMlce    N .    9 A
F   and   A    M Klin*  .."kirnrrn   l-oog"
\    V Bad   AM       I.   '. 1.
No   UM    ' 0 No. IM
���-     !���-     :   .i   y    ' k
y    Oouri     '���'��� ���  ��� mil ������������ ���
Brothsrhi    I | '.wi��   Nasi  NO M
���  .
- .
of ths How
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���    ted        ��� '��� -  ;
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���Ah'-ii called n ���
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win bs relumed
Depa     ���   ���
to ���" <��� , ��� the
ei.;  F1SE
I.. ;   .' ���     '.!;������-.
reaci   Ottawa    ���'
ill o     ��� ��� : i
Kewspapei   ��iii n
advsnisei
-       .rit>- from t! ������ i
in
NOTICE    RE    HOUSE
I
\:.a   | a r
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| ���..
should ctotif.      ���  .   le
��� ��� ,-   ��� ..   ���   , ���
W.   \   D!
H-. i  May :  I
TENDERS  WANTED
I
M-'isr-     Msrrlo--
\   .:.��� ������..'���     ,,rs-    ....
d't>   I   ���      'e   w.*l,i���.  ���
....     .   _    .s.     ,  ...
th* C   P   N   and    C   .    R   ���
e-m ilni n.-ar ths Royal i li
''���iii MfHt end   fn-.- of fn rl
>. |   ������ enr Moat ���
QnanUtf -hosl    II
mon   faetorf ss-i <-i��-ar
Ths above i* the <�����"*.
the    1   *     SSS    En.i    M    A; *
Th.e lowest or ar.v  MMSl
sarily  n^*e;.(ed
LANO   ACT
Comoi  Land  Dntr -���
District et Qumh Oirr"    |ss
Take notii <- thai O   B   J. e
\'��nr*>.'.i-. ��� r, ���������   apatioa - *.��� ���
In-erii!". .     ��� pen
>.,��,.   the   lolloe mg     li ��� -
.    -iini-nrlng   at   a   DOS)
th* w.-sr  end Of  I,e��;i.    ��
aorthsrly  sssterly  soatberly an-!
terly   and    northerl)     foltowlsi
��� h'ir�� line aroead " I '
point of o
.An   ���    -.
-.     -        ||
OLE B  JACOl
TO LET���ROOM AND BOARD
ply 527 Carnarvon  street
AP
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOI K
to let ln suites of two for .
housekeeping. All steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gaa
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
FURNITURE.
E    FALES,   THE   FURN1. i RE
I ������ Upholsterer and Undertaker
cornei   .gnes and McKenzie - ��� ������-
Phone 176, night call Sl
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN ORG
cerles phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. o. Box BU
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
OOOKSLETfl       PICTURE        POS1
are on  sale    at  M   Mi
Stationery Store, J  Q   Qamon's cigar divan. F Mackensli .torp
and   "lhe Fair.' Colum! la        11.
T VLORS.
Q \I.VIN   LADIES'   tND  MI-INS TAI-
h.rini;.      \ .���.��� w line ' f spring nulling jus- v.      Button milking, pres
Ins   . II Si.th str-<-t
phone B
le IARD    OF     I It M'E    NEW   W ! -I
minster Board of Tra le BS
board  rooo    I Itj   Hall. a��  folios
Thin) Thor daj    ..'   ��� ich    month.
qua-    ��� meeting     on   th-
Thu.sdaf ot I'- r ... ���   Maj    I i-tust
���   -   |��� m ,ii-    i
mei lings on the I Miaj  of
Sew  mi ,i i \* iii     i     ������     i
,  ��� ���    < ild News Block* oixl I
Utrtei        meeti I C. H
��� wad��      ������ New Westminster.
Model Sign Worl
SIGN. SCENE  AND ORNA.! N
PAINTING
PRINTERS.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N    DRAPLK    li.   C.   LAND   BUR-
��� tveyor.     EHlard block, New    Westminster, B   C
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR I ��� -IKY
kind "f   Job  printing;      ��������� ork,
rea ons         rici      Phom O
I ��   112       Old  Daily   Nev nek,
Sixth street
TO  RENT���One large furnished
room, also one small one,     Ti rm
reasonable.      Apply   . 2H7    Victoria
vreeL
LAUNDRY
ROYAL  ('ITY    LAUNDRY,     ROI VL
Aven i,   and   Blackle    streel       Fo
just oi ��� w.-.r more we win wash
curtan g and  blankets for    _ ic
i   pair     Take advantage of ���
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & \FE
Tickets, 21 meals for .1. Home
cooking, All white cooks; nr, . .-|en-
���ai labor employed Open daj and
night      Opposite tram office
ROT IL C \yy. 'Mrs   Archer   propria.
tress).     Four courses, con Isl ngiof
toup,   fi-!i    ' o I".]  entree or  :
pudding or pie. tea, coffee or mine.
THEATRES.
WESTMIN8TER OPERA HOI SE,
l.oit,       . .-���   \\*  ,\  Carty, manager
it!  ictions provided
the   ��� ason      Ad vanes ticket offios
Ryall's Drug Store
CRYSTAL   THEATRE.   TOI   COL! M
itteel        Flrteciaas    moving
plot une     Ills .   numer
oui attractions      Program changed
Kondaj   Wedn sdaj an I Fridaj
THE EDISON THEATRE CORNER
Columbia and Eighth High-class
moving picture lllu trau | -"-ong .
Program changed Monday, wedn<-��
day and Fr.-I I ���
i&_L_t^_f__i
Theo. P   Young. Prep
4.   kui.9
DtPARTMLNT     OF     MILITIA     AND
DEFENCE,    OTTAWA
Sealed  u nders    i in    duplh nti i  i".*
th.- supplj of Coal an.i Fuel w.-m i
';-.,:  the  M III i ���   BulMUngs
al Vietoris, Vancouvei and .*�����'�������� Wei
minster, n   c, foi    tbi I onthi
���'iniing March 11, 1910, will i���� re
I ,, ��� ��� Mood - June 11 neai
Each tender Is lo ���- marked I'endei
for Fuel,' and addressed to ths Ser.
;���   bi    ������'��� the m '���'��������� ��� Count II  Ottawa
p   - ���   |   ��� ���     .ii...    containing
full partii ���   obtained from
the  Beorwtai i  of tba  Mllli .. I
Ottawa, or at the office o      e Dial
OfBi v. ' ,    ��� wii,i
NEW WELLINGTON
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pEmmfmi nmn cwi
bantf mrr_i-cn_ m\
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Succ..��siii
Mayers 4 Preilon
Office,  Front  8l.,  Foot of - kthi
P. O.  Box 345. Phone 'Oi
PRICES OF STAPLES
AWAY UP IN YUKON
Nearly All   Lines Are  Down  to  Disappearing Point���Sugar Selling at
Three  Pounds 'or Dollar,
was going through Medli
v.,   rate of thin,, flv    miles an
���   !v i     i   tnntgan   aas   a
little child    Ittin ��� between tbe rails
He  threw  on   the < mergenc    braki
d the train ten ti .-��� from I ���
child. There cars were so bad! ���
ed v. -v force ol the ''' ' - ' - ���
'..Mi' - thai they had to be - ived
before   the   ti tin   could   procei I
pec-eoeoeoeoeooeoeo*-. * +dao 0ao+0*O*O*o+co+oao*OaoaciaCi
Cheap Lots
the Question   ^ WahJnnaki
Where to buj
��� i     ; I,
fiirnltuie ' heap  i
Dawson,  Y. T., June L���By    the
i in. th. His- ioowi and Bteamei. bj
rive at Lower LaBarg. ih,, Dawson
markets wiH have been cleaned up
in better shape >han in many yeara
past. Almost all lines of staples will
be down to a whisper and every house
cleaned up entirely, Fairbanks la par-
licularlv short of sugar, coffee, cream,
rice, corn, meat and a few Other ar-
tlches, sugar selling at 33 l-.'l cents per
l��mnd. On<. of the largest bouses
i here has filled an order for two tons
ot rici', and the sam,- amount of corn-
mea] to go forward In the first boat
III sympathy with the sharp advance
In  flour on  the outside, on  Monday Of
this week quotation! Jumped 50 c-nta
a hundii-d on all grades, Seven dollars is the pric- now asked. Early
garden vegetables an- more plentiful
and somewhat lower,
NEAR   TENTH   STREET   AND FIFTH  AVENUE   FULL SIZE
LOT,   $375.   GOOD   TERMS
SEVENTH   AVENUE  AND   SIXTH STREET. NICE  LOT $150.
CORNER  SEVENTH AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   STREET.   $550.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN     HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lami mm
in Vie railway belt in British Colum-
I bia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sol- hitid of -t famil)
or my male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter ssctlon ..t
L60  icres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tha oca] land offlce lor the dlstrtcl
In which the land Is situate. Entry resides upon a farm Ifl the vicinity of
by proxy may, however, b_ mail, on: the (and out.-nti for, the requirements
conditions by the father, as to residence may be satiHiii.i ny
on. daughter, brother or b1b-|��uc_ penson residing with Uie father
Or  mother
Is Answered
by directing you to 'b- stor- * n-
yon i an v.- ��� ba largest stock ol a
aad second band good   of atl kind ��� In
'th.- city.
i have a splendid <*ii-ain Beparatoi
for Hale, nearly n.w
Com., nnd _���<> how niu.li mor >ou
can get for y"ur money her,, than
elsewhere.
Dominion Trust Co.
��� T. R. PEARSON, Mgr   ���
m on e Ya :t o  l o a in 8! Alex. Speck
'o*o��ok>��_40��oo��p#o��c��ok>��oo*o*o��o*o��o��oo��o��o^ ! SECOND - HAND   STORE.
WRECKS  HIS TRAIN
TO   SAVE   A   CHILD
M-dina,   N.   Y���   .lime   1���While     a
west ound   New   York    Central     fax*
tnothei
ter ol an intending homestead.-r
The homesteader Is required to perform Mi. conditions connected therewith inder one ol the following
plan
!]| ' least six months' residence
uiioii . i,,: cultivation of the lami on
each '���     i���r throo years.
(2) 11 ii���, father ( or mother, if ta.
, fai.h.ii .   tecaasd), of the homesteader
(3) If lhe -'U)er has his peiiiian.-nt
residence upon fanning land <>wn.-<l
by him In thp vicinity of his nonie-
tead, tbe rerjiiirements as to resld.ncs
may in, satttiftod by resld tnce upon
the said hind.
Six moans' notlc*. ln writing should
lie given tn, the commission, r ol Dominion  lands at  Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent
Coai.-ooui mining rights mav ba
liiisisi for a period ot twenty-one
years at an annua] i--iii__ ���f $| _���.r
acre. Not mors than IMO aores
shall in- leased to ons imllvtdna] or
company.      A  royalty  a.  ths rat�� ot
five   OSfltS   per   ton   Shall   be   col|e<t.d
on tho merohaatabli ooa] mlnod.
vv W 0OBT,
Deputy of the MlnUter Of th^ Interior.
N.H.-~irna.iiho,lzwl    ,mbUcMlmi    of
this advertlH-ineiu  win    not ,__. ���_,,<_
for.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Tslephone 13. Offies, Eighth 8t.'
Cold Watohafl for La.ll.'H fi       %
op.
BUver   Watihi'S,   gr-nt��'   opi-1
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gen' ���'     ; en   -
$7.50 up.
\     n'      for     WalthaBI     anil     '-   ,;
walrll.'s.
Watch repairing a Bpeclaltj
F. CRAKE
Two   Joort   from   (ieo.  Atfamt.  Of4t
Repairing <>f k""*1. naihrsliaa, typi
writers,  and   light  nulomatlc   machl-
ery and blcy. Ics a sperlnlly.
Alex. Speck
Oolumbla Bt    "Man <>n the Wheel
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THE daily  .;__ws.
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MINSTER TRUSI KtPOHTS
M 01 SLiaCSSfUl BUSINESS
-it v   Home  Investment  ( Fifth  Annual  Meeting    Shareholders
p     ed With Bati-MM of Pa Months���Board of Manage-
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tinging   -��� songs   have
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marki-:      Hi  spoke ol atti n '
ccasful convention* v. Oresi Britain, '
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land. :in 1 I
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Fran.. ,   and     In   Sp... I    I
and   described   the  proposed
���i.in.i Kress  planned in  v
si    \        Id Ua.      In  <--nc
addri referred to    U     famosa
--.-        ' Chrisi on 'he summit > ' I
\nd�� ween ChW sad   I genUna,
with li   Inacription, "He '�� our peace
who I tth mad-*      I Thi- waj.
an In* rt| tlon suits      I     C  E  wort
(Ap; laaas i
Todav.
Today .. number of Intereat ng l< i
vr o  r    .    . ed        Thi   -���-
retai. IreaStUer >  report,   an.l  ttw   ha
peril nlOi   *ork,   Hiss  i:
McK- ��� ile, Van i -    reports h
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Theological  collegt      and   :i     t'lark.
will   be thi I   '
avited to '' loos
IHEY Will STAND
ClOSt ACQUAINTANCE
.
The  Brackmaa-Ke    Mlkltac  ''-'
Dear   Sirs,���Althoegti I   (iw
��_ti ,- ot
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grea    11 them.
and can  now   -
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easiest
Save
a  flavor of whl
-rid are  *-���
tours truly,
v   SMITH
Th, above s        d be convincing evidence o- ths r 'ood value
Ask  your  groce' for a  package.  15c-
Your baker for a barley loaf. Marie
If you bake bread, ask fo- a 10-lb. sack of Baney Flour- Mad*
by the .a", proces. as Barley Flakes: a book of recipes with every
sack;   we   guarantee   this   flour.  ^^
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THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY     |
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Northern  Crown  Bank ii
HEAD   OFFICE.   WINNIPEG
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL  ...  .
��6.000 000
$2,200,000
You are ievted to establish a banking connection by opening a
Savng. Bart, account with u��- By becoming identified wth th., bank
>cu are a����ured c' an intelligent and  conservative  service.
SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT AT  EVERY  BRANCH.
Manager.   N.   H    MACDONALD.   New   Westminster.
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sad accrued
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[ Happy thoughts are always  de-
��� rived by buying
wmor CLOTHING
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\ Straw Hats and Furnishings of all j j
kinds are accessories to a happy :
frame of mind.
1 EUGENE BROWN W CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
Ueeeees	
AT OUR LARGE STOCK OF MUSI
CAL INSTRUMENTS���PIANOS. OR
GAN8, TALKING MACHINES. REC
OROS, ETC . ALL ON EASY TERMS.
Mill.
iompany.
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Eastertrook   jyiilling
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperial $7 00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel       $6.50   ���      ���
Terminal $500   ���      "
McOuafrie & ^ FL0VR VND FKED merchant^
FRONT  STREET.
w -LTER i   WALK1
H   j    \    Ul'UNKlT
ns-.-i   B C    ���
Beef, Muttoa Veal
i���s^tion.i��Bate��l��l'-sltofaCt">"
SOLD   BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
ecu-,-.- Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
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NEW
Summer and Autumn Good.       pjjgon   Theatre
for   Udiea  and   Gentlemen       L-OlSOn    Iiicavic
,OF Animated     Picture,     and     Illustrated
A   btMttfal   li"?   of   ui.iteriai     for | Bonps.
tailor made coetumea and siiltin��s ba. TH- LATE8T HITS OF THE
SEASON.
)wt  *TTiyed FioKtani    changed     ****f,    JJM'
We laaraatee a 9+ttatA fit and 8^^,, anJ  Friday     Special djattaes
tor ladles  mid children Saturdays at
i wo.-man'-hlp. 2   !0 p. m
ITthe fraser
VALLEY.
WING  YUEN
Kwong  On  Wo *  Co.   ��!ocK.
Columbia   and   Melnnes   ����������
TIME TABLE
Phone M,
P. O. Bo I ����5
S.S. Kerland
Crystal Theater
iAN.MATEO PICTURES AND ILLUS-
JTRATEO   SON08,0,riAISE I
^^M HIGHEST  CLASS.
PROORAM     CHANGED      MONDAY. '
WtONESOAY   AND   FRIDAY.    SPE
.IAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2.30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE  7*.S0
Admission-Children   5c,   adult-    10c.
i, 11 COMPTON, Manager
Leaw Lan&l.y at 8-lW a-iu.; arrive
at Port llauey at 8:15 a.m.. arrive at
McAdam Landing at 8:30 am.; ar
rive at Hammond at S.40 a.m.; arrive
at Port Kells at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave Nee Wextminater at 4:00 p.-
|m.; srriv. at Port Kells ut 5:30 pm.;
arrive at  Hammond at 6:00 p.m.;  ar
i rive at HcAdams Landing at 6-15 p.m.;
'arrive at Port Haney at 6:35 p.m.; arrive at Laagle*. at 7:00 p.m.
Lsaving  B.  A  K. Wharf, dally ex
cept Saturday-
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April  1st tbe steamer
Traosfi-r    will    leave     H-niAttian-Kit
wharf every week day afternoon, ea-
cept Saturday, at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
West-atn Island and way ports.     Saturday   at   2   p.in.,   returning     to   New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO  STEVESTON  TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning.  leaves  Westham    Island
every  week day  morning,  except Frt-
iday.  at  7a.m.,  and   Laduer  7 45 am
Friday leaves W'eathani Island ft a.m.
.and Ladner at 6.45 a.m.
I    Addition.)    trip   Monday    morning,
leaving New WeRtmlnater at 5 a.m.
Thl_ schedule    subject    to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
plv to
ROBERT JARD1NC,
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PAGE FOUR.
���E DAILY NEWS
WEDNE.DA^
JUNE ?
The Daily News
Published hy The Daily News Publish-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices.
The Dally News  Block, corner of McKenzie and  Victoria streets.
"good effect on the House." We should
say Indeed tbat the effect jirodtk-.-d b)
this union of time wasters and cai
niiiniators was exactly contrary to
this.
A   STERLING   INSTITUTION.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
WEDNESDAY, JUNE  2.  1909.
MR.   TAYLOR'S  TRUMPETER.
There is probably not another man
in this city or district who, professing
ito desir.   the Rood opinion and regard
of his  fellows,  would   resort   to  such
a nieiin and contemptible subterfuge
to air his views as that ado_it,si by J-
D.   Taylor.    This   hide   hardened   individual  utilised two columns of yes- i l-ared
lei-day's Issue of the pill and plaster
periodica] of which lv? is the manag- lt*.
Ing director, io publish a BUppoaltlOUS
Interview, said 'o cover "the events of
most   int.-rt.st   to   New   Westminster
during the first session of his term as
representative  of   this   constituency
Altogether We  an-  not   surprised    a
this  me:hod of self advertis-ment be-|
ing adopted by  the mom ber for New jfrnm i!s hlgb standing fnancial
\V, ..-minster,  because  we  hav.-   seen
so much  of  thv  same  kind  of thing
by the same hand before, Bat we
did entertain some slight hope that
Mr. Taylor's ihree months experience
in the moro refined atmosphere of the
Canadian House of Commons would
ha*-*, had a purifying effect upon h'.s
manners and behavior.
From (beginning t0  eii.l   this  "bnet (
statement"   which   Mr.   Taylor   "gave
to the Columbian' i_ characterized by   nectl0ns  *'���'���   continue  to  widen   und
that  same  inaccuracy   and  distortion ,*'x t,acl
of facts which has always been a fc_-'.     "* 'wrung  position
ture of this gentleman's contributions jp:iny and !he certainty
upon political affairs.    He commences J mansion   and   progress
by talking largely about deficits, as to
which he says:  "The government ad-]Trus,
absolute      helples-sness."       He'it wiii Oe
Probaly  the  best testimony  to the
reputation  and  standing of a  mod rn
city   Ib   the   stability  of  l's   fiuan.-i il
Institutions,    wv  refer not  so much
to the ordinary    banking    establlt
|menta as to those concerns which un-
Idertake  business of a  more  general
Icharacter     In these days the rap:div
of  land  development  la  BUOh   thai   ll
la often difficult for an owner to keep
pace financially with ths ratjuirenieni
that are forced upon him.    Wiih only;
his land   for  security  he  can   obtain
very  little assistance from  his .; auk.
but the institution generalh  known as
a trust company will always be pre-
to   render   him   the   necessary
financial aid.    It is in this respect  that
-..-���list concerns of this country
have proved to be of such greai value
m the merchant, the settler *nJ tn'
farmer
In this city wt. have oik of the best
of trust Institutions established, this
bi tig the N-w W -tmiiiv.er Trusi and
Safe   Deposit   Co,   Ltd.,   which,   apart
-  has
the greai advantage of iving a purely
loc.il concern. The Roundness and
fair dealing ol this company has ��� am-
ed for it a very wile measure of confidence over the whole Praser valley,
and i: has thereby become firmly and
thoroughly established. U^ business
has steadily Increased Vom year to
year and there can be no doubt that
with the continued  rapid development
"��ET THE HABIT'
A Nice Present
yon A BIRTHBAY, ktc
Fan      Box  Notepaper,  Special  t_d_J
only 25c each (worth doubts).
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
I *)l.
TWO CHEAP LOTS.
A c|cur��.d lot on
���������'aiiv   for l.ulldlni-.
A nice ooi ii-
.    -     i" -S tween     Tlilnl     sod     I'm,
Term ���
��� n I ��� foi   $750        Tenrm
THESE   ARE   TWO  0.    THE   NICEST
LET   ME   SHOW   YOU   THEM
LOTS   IN      THE     WEST
END
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont Block, Columbia sti-��et
PHONf
QUALITY"
Permanent Custom
'of this important district that its con-
MAN   WHO   COMES   BACK   WHO   MAKES  A   BUSINESS   YOU
CUSTOMER   ONCE   AND     SELL     HIM     SOME     SUPPOSED
*RGAIN,
DOESN'
LAST
nuts
of  this   com-
Of its   future
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     will   become
apparent .upon   pe-rusal  af tl;,.  r.ei_rt
of   the  fifth   annual   meeting  of   tl. ���
which appears on another page
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   een that important develop
rioes not atempt to enter into panic- Iments of Its businees hue been mack.
ulars as to what these deficits Teally if* !'v the opening of a branch  officii  occurs  to  us  however    that I VLl*n~UV*r' . 4.     'nU^m^-   and
^^^     head offlce in  -his
the acquirement of ;l hlte
office at  Chilliwack     The
siaternent   append*-1   to   the
hows that  the  net  profit   for
are, 	
this "brief statement" may have been
manipulated  in a similiar way k> the
Ottawa    telegram   of   February     last
and .hat the word "deficit'   hag  probably been substituted for  the  word "surplus," just as in  ih-- telegram the name
of Instructor Mackenzie became transformed  into 'hat  of Chief  Constable
Mcintosh.    If  this is  so���transformations of this kind seem only too likely to happen in connection  with  'he
nsw? items on the coast thin the member for this constituency was no doubt
referring   to   the   budg--t   surplus   ol
over two million dollars     Kwn In a
"brief statement" he can not haw i: -
tended to omit a reference to this admirable,   achievement,   seeing   that   a
Hko- result never attended the biirtg.is
of the Conservative government.
The Interviewer's  victim  next pro-:
veils   to  refer   *o  the  Grand   Trunk
Pacific  loan  of  ten  millions,  and  by
inm-ndo and  sugeetion  makes an at-
tempt to mislead and to belittle this
great railway undertaking of the gov
ernment.    That it is nothing less and
thai it will form one Of the verj   | ���,
est assets this country has ever pos
s.-s.sed is acknowledged   iy every fall
mind.- man.   Proof of this is furnish-
ed  by an  editorial  in  the  News Ad- ::
vertiser   of   yesterday,   wherein   it   is '
said that the hostile criticism to which
the Grand Trunk Paci'ir- company haa ,
been   Subjected   during  tin   last   few
months   bag  largely  "arisen   'rom   Ignorance of the  r.-ai  facts  connected
with the undertaking and a failure to
realise the potential traffic of tbe lm-1
i" use  regions  to  be  opened   up   bj
railway.    While   the  original   financing arrangements ol tbe company, |
as auihori*- -d by the Dominion Parliament, were undoubtedly noi well conceived  and  inadequate  for ilie ol.ject
sought to be attained, there ean '     no
doubt thai under good practical management   the   undertaking   will   be  a
financial  success,
'The whole coasl ol Bril sh C.
bis I.- deeply Interested In  the oom
pletlon ol  ' anada'i second  transcon
tlnental  railway,  while a  very  large
section of the province musl  remain
unsettled until that Is accomplished.
Th.-  remainder of  this  Inten  ting
"Interview" is devoted to Mr, Taylor's ,
us^ia]   mud   -plashing   tactics,  in   the .
v.iiv of casting serious reflections upon various administrative departments i
of the governmenl and to some lauda-,
tory allusions to his own /--al.    He al- j
su speaks of the Premie, having de
i-laivrl  that   ihe majority  secured    m ,
Uie  general  election  "implied  absolu ,
lion for all antecedent sins."    We are
not   quite   sure   what   this   Taylorian
expression   may   mean,     but    We   are
quiie sure  thai  the electors  of  the
Dominion   did   TOE?    strongly    assert
iheir   approval   of   the   Libera]   jxilicy
ai ill,- general election, though we are
aware  that   this    province,    differing
from   the   rest   of   tb_   Dominion,   stu-
pidlj   seni   live Conservatives  to 01-
tawa    These five form what Mi   Tay-
i".   describes  as  a  "union   of  Interests."   It is the old story of "birds of
a  fvather" again     noi   We very  much
iluu.i the accuracy  of the Tayl.-iaii
asbonioa tftw* ifels   "salon
ed by   ^^^
in   Vancouver
; improvement i
city, and I
! for a new
financial  i
re��por| ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the yea.- amounted to $15,251 which
has been applied In the payment of
two ten per .*��� n- dividends, the carrying i ���-���v.-i.f $."..000. making a (otai
n fund of $26,382, and the carry-
in-.' forward of $.o:;. such a Bobstaa-
tlal towing as this needs little cota-
men We feel sure that rtis rala
abl- Institution, manaeed as it i- by
isinesfl men. win enjoy
��� ti ���'��� future an even more extensive
lation than it ha_ in   _e P i i
SATISFACTION   THAT  WILL   BE
TWENTIETH    CENTURY    BRAND  GIVES  SATISFACTION.
WEARING   THIS   BRAND
MEN HAVE
THE  PAST FIVE  YEARS AND
AND ASK FOR TWENTIETH CENTURY CLOTHING
ARE SOLE AGENTS HERE FOR THIS BRAND
WK   CAN MEASURE YOU AND
WE
IF WE CAN'T FIT YOu
ONE   IN   THREE   WEEKS
Clothier
Special
ices
8
18
for this Week
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* See the MASON & RISCH
PIANOS
on Display at ((The Fair" St
ore
60 pairs  Men's Oxblood
fords,   regular   $5.00 shoes,
60   pairs    Men's   $-1,50   Velour
Blucher   Cut   OxforrJs  fo.   $3.50.
48   pairs    Men's    Oxblood     Blucher
Boots    regular   $5 50   shoes,    for
Blucher Ox
for  $4._5.
Calf
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eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee �������������*
_S
Dinner Sets
We have ten dinner ����tl, r*guUr vj j*
$15 00 to $16.50   which  we will   .       '  *
$12.50
Lace
$4.2.
Men's      Ring Fastened     Velour
fords,   regular $-4.50, for $3.50.
Men's best $4.50 and $5.00 Tan
for $3.45.
Women's
Boots,   our
Velour  Calf   Blucher   L.ic��
"Feminia"   make,    rrgular
Leather
Shoes
Men's  Vici   Kid  Blucher  Lace  Boots
regular  $4.50,  for $3.50.
$5.50, for $2.95.
Women's  "Feminai"   Patent
Boots.  $3.50 values for $2,95.
Women's Patent Leather Dongolas,
our $3.50 shoes, for $2.75.
Women's "Feminia" Oxblood Oxford!, regular $3.50 shoes, for $2.75.
Women's Fine Kid Blucher Cut
Lace Boots, regular $3.00 and $3.50.
for $2.75.
Women's Tan Button Oxfords and
Two Button Low Shoes, regular $3 00
shoes,  for $1.95.
If  you  require  one,
poriumty.
don'i rn'ii th
Adams&Deans
SEE  OUR   WINDOWS FOR THE    .Hnco  w,,_   . ���
'ME  SHOES WE  ARE   SELLING  AT THE ABOVE  PRICES
AFFORD TO MISS THIS OPPORTUN  ITY   FOR  CHEAP  SHOES.
m =
I JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House,
fl
-"": ^^WSESESBBSSB^EBSBBSaBSK^
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.	
| THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN
New Westmin
B.C.
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ASK   YOUR  GROCER   FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
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And tee that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST  ARRIVED
For  Wheat,
etc., ��*k  us.
Barley, Oats,  Chop,,
We wlll see that
s
Chicken   Feed,   Bran,
you   get   It   promptly
Snorts,   Hay,
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phon* 335.
188 COLUMBIA  STREET. P. O   Dnwir 100.
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ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWS wEOnc'oav.jun_2. 1"*
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE riVB.
IHE
Calk Store
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T. H. Smith
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Cash Store
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THE
Housekeepers'
Opportunities
THIS WEEK.
Tl e values we offer this week in our House Furnish-
in- Section will eclipse all others we have put forward this season. Coming just at the time when
housekeepers are looking ^>r bright new furnishings
for the home, this opportunity will mean a great
saving to the economical, and should not be neglected.
*   SEW   LOT
F   LACE   CURTAINS
In  ��t:t_>�� snd   I
1 : ) *rd�� kMg, r.v
.��.-��. .   .     /.c
*..W   SASH   CURTAINING
N   WHiTt   AND   ECRU
MADRAS  M..LISS
: ��������� ..-...��
nf IS     |alnl I    .- -t'-r:.��.
tr.     -'    .        4.       frtfl      .'���><>    ***
,' INCH   UNBLEACHED
TABLE   DAMASK.
i��c   PER    YARD
��� ���:..   ,..�����. ��� :    '
.    ..��� |   I 4   v   ;_:-._ _ "���
.
koals   : -..- la kin-     i
a yard **c
SAMPLE    LOT
F   LACE  DOOR   PANEL5
.   leap; < ���
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I      , _i.ou
BEDSPREADS
IN   ALL  MAKES  AND  DESIGNS
9 ���       | redooed tor (his srssfc.
Vi !.������������      honeycomb      !x-<_ii-pn\i_s
srttt or  eltboel  fr-inne     Regutai
t: .    :���.-      s^c
���!-, read-, large aire   Ke*g-
I far V--*>
'.'���:.:���. Ksreells    bedaprestlB, fun
�� Joss   fn _o $. M to %*>.,*.
roc   +*.&
i    huck    towels,    good
psr pair -i^c
.. .-.-  vilortyl  Turkleh  tow-Is.
,- . pair      -i*>c
T -i-ktsh      towel*,   soft
Or xx
V, . .i     - d   pillow   cases.
I    or I-r i'alr **-Oc
-.Lun  white ooiton
���    , ._*>.     fin-    Quality    |x-r
. ��� . ,3Sc
| ��� .; r - .nt-on
0��     ca-- i- ���'���������'���    P��
pali    ^c
���l ADY   HEMVED   SHEETS
I   BARI--IN   PRICES
I'll'     .. 1    ,.   ���    ��� I    -''i'1
sd. :��� ���.- um  pair, |1 M and ��.-<->
w ... .                .    : ..     iad ready
as-    Rei    si   I- - '.""
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ni   Etsgnlai I             i''  ���W!>0
whit,    ;. iii.tv had       ��� ��� "*    *****
Kit.-   Ki-suUt  J for. pr. ,  V��
TABLE   NAPKINS
Mil.-I    :i-ili1.   '
ilar >' -'���"��� <>* r dosei
week   ;.������!  dosen  . .
.1.00
FINE  QUALITY
.-.MITE   LONGCLOTH.
..,,.... ,        .      .      Sid.      i-
WHITE   LINEN
TABLE  COVERS.
\\- have a l*rga�� quantity of trav-
���   samples    that  are slightly
,|    In   >ev-:.i:   differ- in    ��� .-��� I
,0   -   . ,_��� ���.-,.-.-. and tl e ragulai
to 99 BO, nos oa
i
_...U
_, ,i,    crash    toweling In
���     ��� ,   par '..m. .ioc
WHITE   VICTORIA   LAWN
,(    obamois   Bn
foi  summer on* rwes     I
��1 oo
APRON   GINGHAMS
lo -t; Ipes oi ���
: - - >..<i    	
last colors;
 15c
vn _��������_���   , ova/   DOirrn   PREVAIL.      COTTONS   ARE   ADVANCING
Y��        MOULD   BUY   NOW    WHILE   SUCH   LOW   PRICES   PK_vai_
, .. er  _vtd_ ��PF. IAL OFFERS     WILL     LAST     FOR     THIS
1 I WILL BE  HIGHER���AND THESE  EXTRA SPECIAL
WEEK  ONLY.
ITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
��� - '  -'.-;��� irartfen at nay a.
pbone 18. "
Cam]        -,' Haoaaatat,
���it- a v m day- la tba '-Ity ��*���*
I itln
i Prlngle, until recently repeat"
Co ian la no* eonaeet-
u   I    onto World.
* a mosri     sharpened and set at
'���      R  Bpeck    Trapp block. ""
'!'._ inaual    leel       ot  officers ot
| th-  Roya]  Templai    will   take  pines
������      ��� ������ _toj
Tin   Mainland    club   bai   in-en n+
. a License  to sell liquor by tne
oomm    loners.
i"or fir-t .la.-is cut  Bowers  _;id '<***)'
!k.-.-i of Flora] work, telephone Devi-.
Greenbouae, It.'/* "
j i
Thai    l:gnt,    delicious,    wnoiesome j
[bread  you ��o much  enjoyed  at  yvir'
friend's bona, was mad..- with Ro.in
Hi*,! .lour.
Mrs   Kennedy   it...    Maggie   Davi-1
��� ' Quebec City, .. -,.-:,ding a.
lee days In thl_ city risking h-ir par-1
���al
Owing t0 oniy a coup!-- of members
||putting   in   an   appearancs   a.   Moody j
square,  yesterday  evening's Gun club I
ah-i,,t  was abandoned.
��� arrived,   a   ca:r.oad  o!     Ro- .n
Hood Klour.     roll assortm-ct of ais-H
24   V.i, M, now |n stock.      Hale Bros, j
& Co., Ud. ������
The number of police cas--. in May
was 4i', as compare^ with C4 in Apr..
The  av. ra.*- for 1.0'.   bag  b-en 4* a)
month       Klev.-n  flres  ocurr-d  during
Mav, an average number.
I
���     H   L.  IMJeck  has returned to bis
11home    at    PenUcton      alter    vtsitng :
Meads in th.- city.     Wiv, him w��nt|
Mrs   A. J   Brine and h��rr _on to speni j
tv   tommer with her si.-.er, Mrs. ue-
B.-i _
Ths pleaaantest way :o spead 3atur- i
day aft<Tnoon  Ls to take a nver trip
I'to   Bterestos   and    back.     The Sfli
iTransfer learee Br_cknisB-K>.'_ wharf j
;at . p.m. every' Saturday, returning |
Ban... *v��n!ng.      Fare    on* dollar for ,
A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE
OFFERING IN
Dining Room Furniture
Extensi*. Tables, Ro/ai Oak, |_.O0 ap
Sideboards   $18.00 up.
Five Dinmg    Chairs and  1     Armchair.
<he set. $6.50.
Parlor Sui��s��, 5 places, $27.00 up,
Parlor    Tables In      ���" or    mahogany,
$'i 25 up.
Handsome   Music Cabinets    with   Mirror. $16.00.
Handsome coueh_. 'rom $5.50 up
Comb,nation     BesV     and     Book  Cise
$6.25.
Strong  Hat  Rack   ten pins, 50c.
Camp   and   Lawn   Furniture;   Bamboo
Shades.
Our store  is fu !  of  bargains  in  all
lines.
THE   LEADING  FURNITURE  STORE
:th-
:nd trip.
Tat     Bumn & Co     took    over the
mesi   purveyors   bnsfbeas earner! on
m   ���'.,- J   Reichenbach Co   ye.t.   V
sad  ii T-vil be known in future nnd "
.Itbetr name. c. K   Trave. will ' ���   "
In- -  .-rianager.
\r. additional  English billiard '-au.
shortly  be set up in Chapman -
;��� -     room. Dominion Tru-t block, th-'
nt. ��� ��� ��� -   _4  adherents of this popalar |
[ p*. :im,.     ��� r.g in excess of the accom- j
tnodatlon prorlded In this city st the
, resent  time.
K:-
Th- fees paid at iti,   local land registry  offlc-   for    the  month  of    Maj
��ere $._67.6.. as  against  92S80J0 in
April.      They    show    a  consider..-  ���
.idvance na   tbi   correspond ine  mon'-h
��� f ISNM when |S30CJK) repreeented the
total receipts
Excursion to Pitt l��_ke. June 6,
.-teanier Transfer, leaves B C E. R
wharf- 10 aJnu, arrivtag Plti Lake
Hrick Works  1  i-tn . returning to city
��� p ni- Lunch served On board. -'���'
.-���nts       Return  tickets.  }i    ach, so.d
I   E    J      Fader's     offlc-.     Northern
i'rown Bank bulkiing. "
Mr. Justice Irving has banded down
idgiiu-nt in the cas,- of McDonald v-
\'.. V. A: E Rallwa... Heard a*- the recent assise- He finds for plaintiff.
,nd ordei. the defendants to provide
s fence and pay compensation. if
this Is not done, an injunct.on may be i
..btain.-l
Chade.. Warwick, of Gilley Bros,
baa received Intelligence of tbe deatti |
of his mother a sister of C Q. Major, at Sarni.i Ontario. Tin
ceased ladj waa eigivv-t'ive yeara of
-���^e, and leai - six children Two ol
- s>.ns. Charles and Oeorge, are residents of thla city The other sons,
.md the daughten, reside in tba east.
Sid. Unlcolmaon, well known bs s
hssebal)    -ind    lacross��      .- ip
leaves toda. tor a five ��.-eks' visit to
his old home in Brace C maty, Ont,
On his return he does not expect to
��������� oonnected  with Bebaak.  Machine
\\orks.  in  which   he  has  been  inter-
i the I** fiv- >t>srs. t"*tit wll| set
ip in business for himself as an ac-
��� ��� intent
F .1 Hart, manager of th,. K. J.
Hart  A-  Co   real  estate  firm, returned
yesterday from a trip through Cloesr-
dale. Langley Prairie. Aldergrove and
\ bottafod, undertaken  In  the Inter-
eata   Ol   his   firm        Mr.   Hart   brings
i, k a brlgbi report of conditions,
most of th..- seeding being completed
ind the outlook most promising Setters are acUrel. occupied .u clearing
and blasting on their land, the southern valley ol th- Fraser being very
active, due In some measure to the
operations ol the V . V. & E, and the
B, C. E. R. companies. Good drinking water has recently been struck at
LiSUgley Prairie and at Clover Valley
bj Clarke Brothers, who arc sinking I
artesian wells In the district. Aa a :
rule water Is struck at a depth of 80
or SO feet.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wtll send you
free a cake of their famous Plan to)
toilet   soap, if   you mention   this  pa-ier.
NOTICE.
! 	
Beginning Wed&eaday, June 2. 1.09,
tho channel under the south span of
the . present draw at Lulu Island
bridge, New .Weatmlnater, wlll be
closed to navigation during the construction of tlu- new bridge. Boats
can_\��e the ch_.nn.-l under the north
-iwu.
11 r-liNT_IR_.Anu.NAi_ OONTIUOX CO,
W.  E.  FALES
ND   UNDERTAKER.     REPAIR   WORK
PROMPTLY.
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
UPHOLSTERER   AND   UNDERTAKER.     REPAIR   WORK  ATTENDED  TO
PROMPTLY.
The Acme
HEADQUARTERS FOR
HOLIDAY ATTIRE.
Men s Fine Shirts $1.00 to $3.50
Men's Fancy Vests 1.25 to  4.75
Men's Outing Pants 1.50 to  6.00
Mens Belts 25c to  1.50
Men's Fancy Sox 25c to $1.00
Men's Neckwear 25c to 50c
We are offering a special line of
Men's Clothing, regular values $22
to $25, this week S18.00.
Acme Clothing Co.
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
T,,E (jDMFORT^*.
of a Home #
are truly insured if you take out fire, life and accident policies in the reliable Canadian companies
which I represent.
The great advantage which I am able to give
over others in the matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing I will b^able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALPRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUM MA ST. PHONI tt.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
Official Agents of T_ie Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C
Electric   Chilliwack   Line  and  V.  V.   and E.  Cloverdale to  Sumas  Railway.
Peter   Hansen   Exercised   Much   lng��n
uity   in   Depjr-tmg   from   Stony
Mountain   Penitentiary.
.HINVIITS ESCAPE WAS
Wait!   Only One Big Show!     CAREFULL. ENGINEERED
Circus Day, New Westminster, Friday  June 4
SEL1S-FL0T0
Circus-Mtnagerk-HippodromcWild West
100-STARTUtt, SUPERB, SENSATIONAL ARO
STUPENDOUS SMIPRISES-100 * ��� SQ-CHAS-
PION AERIAUSTS IN THE AIR AT ONE TIME *
��� 20-CHAVION ACROBATS PERFORMING
LT ONCE-20 ��� ��� 10���CHAMPION EQUES-.
TBIANS !0 -r -*- SO���CLOWNS Ml.
FOOLS OF OE ANOTHER AT THE
SAME TIME-SO ������ 20-MAR-
VELOVS ACTS AT ONETIME--}
'%- fc'j-1 _
clown
SEE
THEM
WHILE
VOU
CAX
FREE
STREET
PARADE
Moving in Ms
sjtStic   Mire1-
i'nder ttrUextnt
Sheen of t 1.000
Shirr.nering Ben-
ners-l0:i0 A. M.
Free Ei hi bit ton on
Shoxv   Lot   on Arri-
ttd of   Ptride---I0
Acres of  Wsterproof
Tents-Come. Rtin er
Shine-2 Shows Dttlx-
Aftemoon *n: ttifkt.
MMLE IEM OF GIANT
PEWWMNG ELEPRAIT8
Ss.      FItEE   HORSE SHOW
e$Q Cssgft_:B��et_fllWssM
lm Tooisuar _ s bkom. hti testa rat
anttast u au uiumm = a sti scmt-*
also directing the tour of ARMOUR'S WORLD FAMOUS $25,000 DAPPLE
GRAY PRIZE WINNERS, the greatest equine globe trotters ever Known.
and all ot -.he beautiful trophies, medal-   -.ons. etc.. will also \*, exhin-
j'ted.
A Band of Sioux Warriors
by Special Permission of U.
S.   Government���IDustrate
l_-i_n  Lil.-Hoorm-nthip-
D*_-ng-i_ Nrntn* Co��l
Battle Scene* of WM Wart
Winnlpi...   May Sl.���Peter  Hai
tl.-- ooorici   sho escaped trom -
Mountain      Pl D .    Ijl-i   M
ni��_t, ���*> reportsd to have been
m-.ir He.uiingly. but as y-t bs bai
��� V.iud.      i soaps   I.
n.adi   rrotn the penitential,   was cm--
^of ti... ::, abora   .>   executed   lu
���the history o( lbs institution The
brick wai) which r.t. arorked !-.
required a gn-.i deal si laboi l"Be
Instrument used Hanson made Sim-
self and secret! | ��� ��� bla clothing
night, when he __.. d i -li!:,- the
���      l   **__   not on   the  watcto     Tne
mortar   taken   out    wa.-    -' M    SOOOSSS-
fe] hi.lden. and tbe faci of   I    bricks
��� . | loose w,_   coni ta.ej
\"- r laboring  for  da. -���  Ol
! for  weeks,   hi-   finally   found   th,.  time
ri[.,. bis   escap.       J-isl   out
Bide '.'.������ cell wall was a n.-rrow. hallway v,:.'-... tin- heat pips WSSI up
On th,. srail In thi- baJ ������ ������ ths ��� ea*
.here and  tht-r.   l    OOTd  nu.ie_  Si
|up th,- tblrtj feel perpendicular    Tne
... ���.     .   plaea *uc*
eessfulljr  and  csrrled   with   t.itn    tbe
material to ma-.- his lifeline lrom tin
roof.       He   cut   and   broke    his    way
Ithroiigl.   ti,.-   roof,   an 1   in   th-    ,
{blackness of  the night slid    to   the
ground.    Tin-   -id-   ��Iht,.   tie  escaped
! was ooi bo carettllj  * ���*��� ��� ��� d ���
of  the  penitentiary   wai.
| wa* considered  im possible fur a  con
Vict  to get  out  thai  w.i.
NEW  YORK   SCHOOL  GIRLS
AID   HEALTH   OFFICERS
he big ae*.- Of the circus world'        The    N-lson    Family
Marie Me ra, Flora Bideni  Gi���*    ���   and Theo, Bar.ik Trouj-e,
Royal Menage Horses ar.
Hiding
Rhoda
hundreds of < I  ers.
Altogether  900  people employed    "    double-length cars;   12  big  water
tight tents;  500 animals, 20 elephant.   .    camels    40���Funny. Frolicsome,
Frisky Clowns���45;  Brand New Btreet  Parade.     Two    miles   of brilliant.
;r.g pageantry.
TWO   GRAND   PERFORMANCES    AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
open   one   hour  before   p.rformance.
See the enlarged bog  ind hear th<   >.-ils-Flotr. Mill! try Band
DoOrs
Nee   y.,: i..  June  l     The _i'i-    ' '
, .  lie schol No. UO on tbe Basi  81
: . ���   organised a Junloi     ty i   ������
j. ������..   .!��� anetti   Kl.i'-    11
old, ���   ��� ������.*-     Ail   thl
������  ���       i, ��� also    ��� ���     '      i by girls
Thi        cl of tke organl*   ��� ������
distribute literature h     tbi   :-".>
health, telling  Bast EH !������ mothers bos
ire i.v Infants In warm -resthi
��� mm    .*.-> range frotn I   I .
15 years, e II glre practical   l<
- ���      -.,���..,-...  .-. ____ f.. dln| a- i
Iclothing of Infants an.i otberwlei
.v adJuMLs of th.- health departmenl
in   'he   hope   of   diminishing   ihe   hot
weather mortality  among  babies
Reserved seats on sale Show Day [at MacKenzie's
Pharmacy.
Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY  AT  ONCE.
Fraser Valley Tannery,   Ltd.
Sealed teodi i        . ���   -. . to ih.   u
d    tigned and endorsed    'I.-ihI. i
Post   Offloe   an!   i  .   <iiiiH   Fitting
I Ladysmith,   B   C    Public    Build
| win be rticel-ed  until    t to p m
Monday, June tl, 1909, t,,r the s
tlonsd.     Tenders will m ���
Isldered unh*i mad- upon an.i n, ao-
cordanc    ��nh    tits    oondlUons con-
,in im ���! in form        v ��� ��� ;i.
Wiii
l'laii-i and specifications may br
seen on i .... on to Mr Robesi
Bell Can taker, Public Building. Le ly.
smith, li c. and ai the Departnv ai
ol Public Works, Ottawa.
lv  order,
NAPOl/BON TKSSIKH
Becrstar.
Department of Public Works Ott*.
WS,   Mav  27.   vm
P. O. Box .74.       Tel. 53.       Res. t_9.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
PALMER BROS."
GASOLINE   ENGINE8.
Westminster   ^
Transfer Co.
ufllre 'Pbone 189.      Barn Thone 137
Columbia Street.
liaggage    delivered    promptly    to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICK���TRAM DEPOT.
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE     MEATS;  |'��
ANO SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Blghth BL ana    Filth Arenas
phonb ira
���OWELL A ODD/, Frooristsre
WESTMINSTER
Iron  Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
rent!) street,   ���   New Westminster
WEDNESOAV, jUNt_  ,
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News WE.**
E .OAV, JUNE 2.  190.
NEWS-
PAGE   SfcVWN.
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used in your
You should start now.
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'ROBIN HOOD" flour is the flour that is making
asensation in western Canada.   All over the west it
is being talked about.   The question neighbors are
u
���king today is: "Arc you using that new ROBIN
HOOD FLOUR?"
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.    *
TWO ECLIPSES TO Bt
Visible this month
n Will Be in Shadow on
June 3   Sun Darkened on
eventeenth.
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aatronomlcal
l  will "���   u   during   the  coming
-������ vi be ecu.- ���
in   th,- former on
,.-, j.ji.i- it 'i he
���aill otaily      ecilpa <i
.ii'..  ���*ill last about an hour
.:i touilty only
the North Pole,
11... iv.- I-. lip .  ol the sun, which
v. i n be obsern      d l       oountrj  will
i   cur June -.. 1918   and will .,._��� risible
I        Or. irida.
��� v,    . ni on  June  17
a .:...- in li partial ,!. tsea In Cenc
i:ai .'-. . : and extend dosm
io the Philippine .-iand-. Ths sclipss
will tin visible tatrlj s 41 la tit nt -
e:n   , / jjnlti      .- tr-r-r
ransst aad in t .������ es em ..art n-_r
su    Is*     I' ma) I.   observed througa
a        ���.. .   ;   i
The lunar e       ���   .    risible virtuai-
1>   tbroughoot   Europe and Africa and
B   .      U:.-    ��� -.,  hut in  Western   I
and   North   America   'he  wiiii-.,-  will
be rlsll     on .  li    ��� pi In the
���     . v - thwssl   nf     the   Utt*r,
where it win be Inrlsll le
++++++ aeeeeeeee ee���������eeeee a������eeeseeeee���eeeeee eeseeeee
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryail's Drug Store
EYE. TESTED FREE.
*4+++++++44+4+4++++++++++  �� 4**44*++++++++*
WE   ARE    REAOV    TO    SHOW
you how It Is cheSt-V to buy our
hlnh-clas- buildiTs; matensig
than It la to pnrchsse the pooler kind. We cas point te
buildings bul't with- our mate-
riala that never _-�����������_ repairs.
\V<- can point to **���**_.-��� others
that need repairs al. the time.
But th��y were not butit ol our*
materials. See wh_re real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
AT   THE   HOTELS
Russell Hotel.
.    Oeorge   .'...- .urton, Lu.u isiana; ;
\V   Crlchton   Lulu Island;   \V   H. Dot-
Win. Loin Island,  T. D   BUurett   Van,,
soo ver; P  Btanper, Vancou rer; il. K.
Herrick,     Vancourer;    J    J    Roberta, ]
Vancouver.   W   J   Russell    and w.re, j
���CaJgary,   \v   h   Hillint;-   Vancouver; !
������    _L   Hunter,  Pittsburg   Pa,   A. S. '
:  ���_.    Victoria,     A    B    i'.ailey.   Mont-
C   K    Smith.    Montreal;  W.
Clark, Bdroonton.
Windsor Hotel.
net Ixiark. Clayton. Rob'. Kra-
. ' Hufth Cochrane. Vancouver; J.
. -. Coquitlam; J. Craig. Mount
1. in, M. :. Henrlck. G W. Clark,
V wer, ('. Girar;!. Edmonton;
Hani Johnson Pitt Hirer; W. Bone
tl ���    .    '.I.Kioto Shows
FRIDAY
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j Electric Railway Service I
��� 'erurt-nn   Lm��.
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B lil    niti   ��� - ���
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Ml
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nu'.-      '��� Ml
v n\   -  th"
C.ty   L>n.:    fars   tears   tram
If, :*enty mln
.   ' -riv     nilntitej
ndng st 6.20 a. m
Sapperton    Lne;    <".i.��   leave
-,  ��� alter the hour,
���is after
Ini   Ht   6:30
Novelties Galore With  Big  Sells-Floto
Circus,
BsUs-Floto Show.. Consolidated
_���- Moody Bquare on Fri-
���.
While    ������    _nnour   World   Famous
>       .. Prise Winni* .  H     ire the
. . tt   feature,  tlit. reitular  line of circus  acta   is  fully  up  to  t.ie standard
ij   tbi    SeUS-FKttO   Circus   in  the
������
The Bank     Pariaaa    troops
Been for the first time In America the
original v- ���  Pamll. are among the
''i;  ;n V-.    Ma-i"   Nl--. rs   of   th..     M -r-
Slatera,  the    Riding    Rooneya;    the
Bmno troupe ot  acrobat,   haw    no
eera,   The Rhoda R..yai meoage and
���chool horses ar   seen only wtta
this show. The clown, are funny, the
gymnasts clever, the elephants miuier-
In   ottS and  the menagerie  U  large.
istsd to u��. and I A tree street parade of gTe_t length
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you have made up your mind to de some painti ig,
remember that it pays to um paint or varnish that will stand in
ait weathers.
Elephsnt paint is made from the purest of oil and lead, arad^
ths colorings in it are the vary best that can be used and are
mi��ed by experts who thoroughly understand every branch of
the  pa'nt business.
Our Hn* of varnishes and s ains includes the following: Jap*
a.**, Bsplac, Berry Bros. Hartf Oil and Varnishes, Standard
Vsmishss, and Wilkinson, Heyweod 4 Clarke's famous EngMsM
iln* o' varnishes.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
mutton, veal pork
Pres* Pork   Sausages dally.
Bsst of PVme. s Perk.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Small Accounts
well   a     '.aru..   ones  lire  wrk-ome���
I sol wait until your ���������'*-
imsd large proportien.- before
Seconal
DO   SO  TODAY.
r. oefrs owrv court
Phone 192
NcNENEMY & mimH      Columbia St.
; Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
'.   Vanknii; ��.- Can BO     md  beauty  will be  |ln
TOTAL   ASSETS OVER  S33.000.OOO.0-J
madeincanam _    JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Sunday   serv ce  b  lf-honri> '->��'-   f
tweea I N ��  ���".-��� and u  ? m.     e
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ud ���
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The Royal Bank of Canada
Nr-A   Westrr.inster, B. C .  Branch.
F.  B.  Lyle, Manager
iiLnr
&w."rri|
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Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
CHINA
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Special Bargain
|V,.,-;i-.
iini.h pepei in ellhi r ol two i ������'* ��nd
tilsr pries 1100  ttata <"  ���
This is the
PerfumeD
j j Opportunity j E'ldlE'^
Brie-a brae of all  kinds���Richard"* Painted China.
Some you see costs more, but none is any finer;
There is no finer made _*> please my china trade;
Designs are very fine ard the goods are all high-grade.
TRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
j J. J. MacKay & Co.
���      C(     -  ,.._LERS STATIONERS NEWS  DE
NEWS  DEALERS
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an.l   make out   your order  10*
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Prise, Plants, Bsa Bnppllss, i te
No   .vln.ly Bgsntl  tO  annoy  von.
No .ia:r.ai;e f:mu tnmlgatlon. S .
!. la. a  of clistoiiis.
YOU "PRESS THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO THE  REST.
READY FOR USE tN ANY QUANTTTY
For makin. SOAP. ��-"��������� -lng wst.r. r^
moving old paint, dia.nl cc ting sink*,
esse*** *nd draint ��nd for monv other
pure......     A i ��n cqu_l._0 lb.. S-ISodfc
E. W. GIU.F.TT CO.,
Toronto. Ont.
LTD.
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS FOR PMCKARD'S HAND-PAINTED CHIMA.
i.
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���r.LLERS STATIONERS
*���*������    .������eeeeewe~~~��o~"""*"w"w***~" t HENRY'S
* Nurseries
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern im-
1 -rovements, and six lots m orchard, between Pine and inira
streets, facing Fourth avenue
I Vice $8000, half cash,, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & to.,
fYont Street.
Offices,  Greenhouses and  Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster Road
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery
South Vancouver.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
t.trough tha columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    Ths Morning Paper.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN-.
THI      DAILY        NEWS
Wsstmlnster-s Hants Psper.
1-H-I~H~H-'
PRINTING
���THAT'S  OUH
BUSINESS
Every order plsced with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WOIK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES AIE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
ii Jackson & Morrison ii
7 and 11 SIXTH ST.
��� ���    New Westmlnstsr. Phone Ml
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
4'HUilU MIIIWH
Manufacturers and Deatere ,n All Kina   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doors,
F ARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royai City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. .Hb��
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE   D_Ulf
le^feee.
NW8.
Flour!
Flour!
We sell the famous
|| PALMER HAMMOCKS
THEY  ARE STRONG, COM
FORTABLE AND DURA-
BLE.
if
Baseball
I
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U*** 44++?** ���
Tti,   Co -  again   boosted  up  'heir
au      ereentafS    column  last
nlghi -   to the Liberals with
I ii runs to 2.    Tho Vu!>s took
Vi.,.   : ��i'ii their usual serenity,]
a-  [i  do.     not afleci   their  standing, ll
which still has only ciphers la It
the exception of tha nr.i iun-'A
i- Cubs played rerj steady ban. )|
��� ������ ��> re ii"! pi atlj outclassed
In particular bj the liberals. The
. :���   putting m, h better fight in
league   inan   soma   of   the oiti.r
OUR   PRICES   ARE   FROM       1  '  "   '  an<5   ';'';''    :"  w,n  ono   -*a��e
+ at *.-; befon the season is over, Thi-
$2.50 to $6.00
X members oil the bsain tal__ a i_t 0* jQ.
' -   1      "     -a-a     \4,     ...
tereBl in the games, but their lack of
T ej      li nee loses them ih.- games,
Mr. Owens umpired this same, and
isoins cou
Improved upon.
re
liigman.   2b';    Mills,   3b:
:
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some .'f bis decisolns could bare been
'improved upon.
Toung   Liberals���
_  The teams  wen
���!Smi!..
Now is your time
to buy your Flour
cheaper than any
place in town.
e+e     ' me* ���-������.      m _/ ,       .-ama,      ou ,
g . #  W. NJ:     , Mannar., ss; Mannering, cf- '
Anderson & Lusby I S5T It,;       ^ :,h- W'J
X     Cube���Sharps,  If.    Co.__.tt   v an_ ''
COLUMBIA STREET. T,'**s-    Fisher,   rf;    Robertson.   2b;   tun-
Zii-lngbam, lb; Howard, sa and p; L>av
w e'idson. lb.; Kenny, cf ��� McTavish c
 SSI       Th,. ,i'���r,. by inning.:
We have received
within the last ten
days five carloads,
consisting' of
Lake of the Woods
Three Roses
Royal HpusehoW
Raymonds Alberta
Purity
Straight Grade
Call and compare
our prices. Wej
have the stock, andi
we are going to
sell it.
j Lacrosse Sticks
McBREARTY'S   1909,
LALLY'S 1909.
CROQUET  SETS, $2.00  UP.
BASEBALL   GOODS,   ETC.
ALL NEW GOODS.
tamaaammmm���mmmsmaaaaanm i        ���       l*****MMMM
AT
MOREY'S
(ji.5 Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
it. ��  ml
I Toung Liberals .. 3 0 3 0 o���b   4   4
Cubs             1010 0���2   I   4
The next came will ho at Saturday
[when the Cobs will givP the Balmor-
jals a llt-.le niorp of a head on their
(lead in the association
BOWLING
The Westminster  nun  I
lata success si  the  Wesi      .*��1  mod..-
] Congress a: Beattle on **+. Bowling
ithe doubles they wen llfttrtay In
j and in th. sin^i- - t\   -.11 and 12,
long line of auto ., %. . and 11 Thr
Irade left the bi        _**' les   for  ihe  \>n
grass, at the , sUfbatrers of the con-
[at  i[| a.m..       dWhiogtoa Aanei hot.-i.
principal dwl   .ifter   traversing   the
the  Ma*       _Wbts   of   the   cr.y.   visited
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Imperial
C.iocofotes
ARE   PINE-     TRY   THEW       A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGiSTS.
��   ard  Block,  New  Westminster
lourn.       A*i~r- park pavilion, wber,- the
rem      (p0At   is   being   h.-ld.  ani-r-��_rdl|
tb      -_��:*!H   to the headquarter*, where
J '~\*. le disbanded       Many of lie
.nftyE ��� lies were viandsoni*-!y dvcorat.
*���:'��� ^i"h bunt nc. am.' banners beating
'tb!. names of the teai_��  participating
n the tournament.
The scores of the  local  team   were
as follows:
Doubles.
Murchle Ul    148    IM
m 111  m
���������'
iWillett..
Total.
I Gilchrist
Latham
To-.;il
1 Latham
Carver
Total   SIS.
Johndro   . ���
'���!  -. .-ith. .   .
Total,  801
it_ ur.
116 IM
it: m
.ISO 139
137 141
117 133
SUti r  . . .
R  Carrer
E   John lr 1
O    l.v
ingles.
1
: 11
1.9
l Si
4.! l,ii.
',1 1.7
68 160
17 l n
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(Correspondence
SummerGoods
niDlll   JUT I Ll    jIUKLj   Exactly   the   material  you   want   for
a Its ma.l.- to order     Perfect fit guar-
an teed.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
G���0.   ADAMS,    Prop.        p   ��   Bo* 64 N<" Westminster
Opposite  Win.ser  Hotel.
teeeeeeeeeee  ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
I
The Business of a Watch i
IS  VERY   EXACTING        IT'S   BUSINESS   IS   TO   KEEP
ACCURATE TIME. TO  RUN    24     HOURS   -EACH    DAY
AND   EVERY   DAY   IN   THE   YEAR.
A   GOOD   WATCH   WILL KEEP  UP THIS GAIT  FOR  A
LIFETIME.       THE   WAT_HES   I   SELL  ARE   GUARAN
TEED  STAY   IN   BUSINESS.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
>ee��eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee< >
(The Dally News I." n��.t responsible
for the opinions of Its < 01 re ;   Bd. 1
SUNDAY   EXCURSION.
I I   0    Dailj   Sees
[  have not      I   in
���   -.a   Issni      ...���������
of an ex<       01 .   I' 1'
Lake   Brick   Works   t.i   be   giren   ��� a
June 6, which *iii    be nex; Bands.
Th..  far*  for iln   round   trip 1
tshed    md  al 10    be   , 1 Ice of  meaii
���..      in this ' - M.- ction I would like
to call the attention of tn.- pari
parties   who   arc   g.-itin_;   np   this   ��� 1
.  irsion     :o    Suctions     ���"     and     7     I
chapter 2". of the Dominion *'-
of   1906,   known  a-,   'he  "Lord's   Daj
Act,'   ��o  thai   thej     may   know   t: ,.t
��� ��� >-  are    breaking  the    law  of 1 ���
-. i   snd '.. saenre them that all
wiii stand bet ween tin m and pn 1
tlon win he th.    ���       11 position 1
en  in  such  ma" the  atti
;        B]  of  this  pn ���  i.. ���
I  hope  'he above   parties  '*'���'���
������   ���    t will        inl nlti ..   bettei   fo r
to al Ide by >b�� law of thi
In      :   matters
I'.-    II    KHNM-lil
Bapperton, June 1   IM>
Itns. Bunday win be eel
Qneen'i Avenue church on June to,
on which .^.-as.nii k.v w H Barri
clough win preach his farewell ser
mon to hi- congregation The churcd
jwlli be decorated with the Queen ol
flowers for tills occasion. Mr Bai
raclough leaves for Barnla, Ont, on
Jun.- 24 Ml- successor, K'-v. ('tiari.M
11   Brown, of it'-yina. win eommence
[his   mini-try   at   Qiwen'H   aveoui-   on
I June 27.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
i
Blanches   throughout   Canada   and
Newfoundland,  and  in   London,  Enp-,
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
V. S. A., and Mexico City.   A general
banking    business    transacted.      Let- '
ters of Credit isisued,    available with
correspondents   in    all   parts of    the
world.
Savings Hank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 pel cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Asset- over 1168,000,060.06.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. imYJllNER,.Jl8iiager.
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Look This Up
Ten large lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
F. J. HART & CO., IM.
WEDNESOAY   JUNE  _, u
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
I
Summer
Underwear
Watson's Unshrinkable Underwear for women ai
cnildre ,n is the kind to be depended on.   Every fea-
pre 'in the manufacture of perfect underwear en-
ters. into the production of the various garmenl
^e" _it out by this well-known Canadian firm.  We ai
?.ole agents for Watson's wool and cotton knit underwear, and we announce our complete sum mei
showing of Cotton Knit Undervests, Drawers, Combinations, Children's Nazareth Waists, Etc.
PERFECT   FITTING
COMFORTABLE COMBINATIONS
ftc  EA��H.
V
rfset   ntiing   000
atlons ' ���    ..1.:.' -     .������-    ������..   tii-ts
omfotrl Made n?   v<-r>   liriv
- On    .an:,    t:     '���
and    t-:'.nt_n'.. Tn��)     ar'
ow ni .i  short �����������..
Ol   t-wii 7tic t    ��   .'
GOOD  QUALITY
UNDERVESTS.
2.c  to 75c
l'\ ���.*!
yinv knit white . otituu anflai
vests trimmed with dRint. Uc<-
and     nrushi-      With    dr.iwsilM:
an md neck, with or wlthoai
Blseves   all   ordinar)    sltss and
B| KClal      ..1  BtSSfl    __aVi   2*>c  to  /^
AN   UNUSUAL
VEILING  OFFER
(Hid-, and >nd ieu>-t_��i of l*>��un*
vsillnga in all colon*, which ___->������
received their inert���tag oru-��r_
'Itnv arc done up iu MBM-I i'i'"-
diss with length niark��xl th-re
on. nr,.i the pries redncttons -1
wtich that <*v*-ry voil "vngth su<l
hundle win go uulckly Note tha
priee ami be au-otm ttiv ftr*t to
hav,.   Tinir   pick   Ml     -    ���������    ---1!>*
PURE   LINEN
TABLE   NAPKINS
10<   EACH.
Atl.rtliiir    |g    do/.L    f��'t      of      tQe*
BST-lesehlf tel la iJkpkink n..�� ��_
��;--.-:��i sale in .'.��� _""j_r forni_u
log   v^*ikm.     full     ��it��    siaMir -.1
petssnw  sold stnglj  .    u otrt^-n
).'���   ������ . .    10c
PILLOW   SLIPS.
20c   EACH.
A ���    ,    -a.     ' -��� -....���
furnintilng     seoU tea     _ot��-n
K��>od      qualr.       E&glMt     , -luoru:
���  aiips in  M   sad  t- iaaa
WtdthS;     l��.i    . ���::.��    W*l|    in-wn
1' .   -poci.il pn< 1 .Ate
MATCHED
DINNER   SETS
.        ��� ��
din: ar 1 -.in*
.... 12
Mid
u!u.        ��� \   ��� ��� ���
couter covers
foe will go e
Ond better rales in corset corera
oumIi- of Uin- whlu BBiaaook ..-.:
���ng] sh . 1 ���    ���   ..--. Uy trUDBsd
With lin- .-nd TOWS "t Insertlou.
Bl.l-li-.1 wl'.li Wast) rl!��!��ju il:..*
��� ���rlriK Al!   BIBBS    f.vll *>C
LADIES'
WASH   BELTS.
1 v. 1.n(y flw     j-- ,   ...
i.n ��   1.
neei   trash  belts    In
pllilli    pti'U'
embrold. n >i    Uih b
'1: i-i       |.l 1.
UlUU  .'-Ic         Aii  lii.i.l-
fl IU)   ,|.-l.i. I
abl,.   pearl,  gilver   or
gilt   hu�� l .' ���
aad  < mi deep    all
BtMe;    lOWi)
prlciil         tat Ii
2Sc  to   /Sc
WOMEN'S
���MBRELLA  DRAWW5
of  fine  qii.illt��.  Close   knit   COttOD
i.u.- trimmed shaped wtlntbsnd
open or slossd styles; .111 mt-��
per pa'r *Bc ��o ��VIM
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S���WEAR.

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