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INSURANCE
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US1ASTIC OVER     ���� Wi MJ8EU       iEXPOSiffON PARI.
EifVAT()K PROJECT   """W     ARRIVES ONffBDAV      COW PRAIRIE
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an awfui condition and suffer- _ V.ednesday   there Will i>e
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LIVEB  LOST   IN   PRAIRIE
FEtt-S. ESTlMATt
WILL Bt EXCEEDED
Financial  Surplus    For Year Will  Ee
Over Two Millions, Instead of
Only $1,500,000.
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Gre*nr>'5   Assessment   R-ilsed.
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rat Methodist n_i..ionar_   to
���Va.il-    In B. C,  Ur.    EWu-.-v
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slonati..-s who land d here fift>   years
Dr  J. W. Graham, secretarj of
vional    society;   Rev.  ._   Et
...aeer In misatoo *'ork; K.v
Tier, superintendent Chin-s,-
an4 .' -   warb    In B. C.;  C   E-
v_l- k .. -v.   .. home i^
Rev. Dr  Whit.     tperinten-
as,    British Columbia,
'and Rev   .1   J. Rf..!'   I     ���-       tew. rd
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Officers  and  Delegates.
Rev, John Robson, preddent ol
B  C. conterenoa, Bav. A. E   Robi
. tary. Rev. Dr. Stpprell, prim I -
ibiaa College. Re.    B H   Bai-
dl rstott, W. H. Barnu-lough, T. O. Bi_-
jlow   (Cloverdale),    J. 1'. __.ti_   .!-���-���-
Mr Fielding*,   ner), \V   Sopltob. J. P. Bowt       '    J
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- ' r thi  n-cal ,y   ��� penter;   R.   E.   CV
would    ' Curry,    0.   F    ;
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HIcks, T. E. Homaj
a. to'    E.   Jones, J   J-
jonea ���   "'    ���   a Kay-
| wort!. ��� - Ki     gb, G. R. B. Kin-
rVee Ladm     B
B   lv R VV. Urge, G    A    l*ve,
p, A   " '������.'  i M ura.l. R. J.   Hv
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MiUI; H    M- rden, J. J. Sl
._. s. Ol-"    s. S.   Oeterbou. T. O.
Pearson, W. H. Pierce. R  N   Poweil,
iv-   G   H. Ral.-y, C. 3. R^lti-i-k.
I   R    v G   B  Rid'uind. i . J. Ru'.b-
.'.  a.  M.  Banford       airman of
district), Oabert 8aa-
���    <,v   v   Bchllchter, D.  W.  *
K.   Sharp,     William   She.id.ui.
,1 (_-   -��� . '���;  \v  8tapleford, A  E.
on,  R.  F.    Btulman,  U.  A-
-* .act in, w  tl. Tiii'..i.
c   y    ���    e, S. J    Thompson. H.  n.
to,'       Via.
l   p. WesUnan, Dr. R Whltting-
HON. w. S. FIELDING. ;���   \v   Whlttaker, Robert vv.  is
Mln'ster of  Finance, whose    budget V-v    J    W    V.iuslow,  H.  WUs.iu.  J.  A-
,peech estimate of .*! surplus of $1,500,    . ^ht.    T. H. Wrl*IK.
000 will be exceeded by at least half Chan  Tu  Tan, FonB Dicklman    U
a millon dollars. Chue Tbom, go IHu Kow (   v-   .   m.j
P. e  Kuwi am, i    Oyama   M.
WOMAM  BRINGS SUIT TO
RECOVER HER  HUSBAND
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Ides)   S'te
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the Torpedo Tag and
l   the watei  b.-.im ol
I .l��. in.i  kin.*  wnst ..v.
t_i, *1_, I  ��erament�� mni... to ,
'to.;*,';-'   '   bu.  th,
dtr��
. him      Ran l        ** '    M:"   '     N
....... front, for J 'in  the
thi Hi shows ll "     i ol
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Ch.c-._o Cab Dr'ver.  9��riKe
",-.n-n.,1  OS ���
,n itrfks tonifhi d
. twee i th,. i.i
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<"<> connci. '��� J ; ������������,:n.'n.B.,Tre
ROOSEVELT   SLATED  FOR
MAYOR  OF  NEW   YORK
_____ of  .it-
New   York.  May I     th    '   '
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'������  pTopertj oa tne BB-ldrlvi i   lemaaded 111i * *^*'k ""'��� r'_     ,  n.wlt|ore Rw��ei,vit  ror  Mayor of
B'"'    h Mi Z_U_e  Nbw York civ Ifl SfOp^Sed by G  I
fiy0 ),,, fm. rs.s a^ *cn-oiii'-n�� i<-t(,war.   (,   WocMifr-'ri.   lhe dtpWOiaOSt
r   '"". 1.L iad   former  mlnlst..,-   to   Spain,   li  *
_J_UJln| '' "'���"'"���l"b   us.'" for eVe !i'(','>' i lo~camt>tomin* to_��Ji
,'. _ ' only.       Ooaesssloaa   ....
Th..  po��
only        OooeeSStoas
le   to   .  illlpKtllrx   otl
to�� '."' '!        rbSli     .bo.il.l     vi.
ft"- taasa, but _ bobI
be ;i i   I'm oarafe-
th��     wlml,.   of  tft*t
m ' ��� .;..��� 1  in  IBi
bl ��� I| i*,, ..r 'hrr-.. rear-
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p,ONEER  MINISTER SUES
"   nle Town
send   -   hat Mrs   Wargai     P.
ah.  aocnaes of dbducting her
1 id, snd
-.���.it  him  in  c<.nflncnient   in   '
She also snffl for
r missing spon
Allege Spite Campaign,
Victori.-i. H .'    Mny S.���That .I spit
canrpstfn  If  being <*>rgani?^,i  aeainsr
;rre new ftrc thief, Thomas Davis, tor-
ina indu    rlsl lnv,-��t
iti8>r,: sad lose noae, ll  bli  ���/.    |   ,v
-"''     SSHJ  cor.'.v.    ,,,���, ,    Xl)1,.
nnd   former   n*iinist.>i-   :<.   s....
' aiinir- ment   UsnM   here   today
ulmified thnt  'tl-�� brxim tfim Ism
���i.w ,i..irher th<�� knowirvige n.>" nJ*ri)   >f the  rownto fire department
tmt lit  Mr.   Roosevelt,-   Inn  it   is de- ..ppointc* pome days SgO, Is believed.
��� mo bivoUC* clared  thm  "ati  ii.ist.-m s*nd  unam tvwfng to fho epMemlc Of false aiatma
���I9 WIFE  FOR  ui"--       *      mw itttMMi  .n th,_ part n1 .h��� ;,.,. ,-h..   ,������;_,,!,> tins he-0 given  five run.
Kl,   ,,,  ,:!- ,|,,. rl(y. would compel Mm   �� 4 aecouw    of tsla. slarms In forty-
u"   ���'        ' "'       ,���., aeeent" -ight ho
-m .ml   '^___
i'-,, ,   CongregstK nai      '
Thieves Tunnel to Secure
Million-Dollar Treasure
the baiance in  ���',',  '
i| " ������ (anMfs 	
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tbe
1 a I     '.,     1   .I.'I,        HV'll.   U
���vi brick r
, ^iiirvi   who in'"
.... Waanington "-
���.  ���.!.- -ii.n ��� *���'���
"i_
rjjorl   itiiKsiii. Mn, :��.-��*__ dBrtttg plan a i>olnt db-Ctlj belon the cellar whan
,   .... the troi.si.rv or Got.   iti which ��  hookk.-. i>v   heard sounds of vxca-
wv H ..hu > oi -..on. in vutlnc.  .md summoned  ihe police  to
11.000,000 l8bepr.j��iBdi8-0wr.d>*  lnvos.i,aU.,   wlth .U,  resull   that  ail
��� "'���' . ..,   urday evening.     The scheme ol thb stx ���,,,,. ort],i-���i...!.     lt  aeemed thai
-.mrfii. * ]'f^\[u.   .,,. erlmlnals, five men and a woman, "'its th. cvlmlnals   neglected    precautions
"  ''"',"""*' ,.n,i m,..  tn  to dig ;i tunnel ini,v the building from owing to the fact that yestoixiuy wM
,���,.  will  the outside.     Thev had orotivssed a a holiday,     This was the second aim-
���   Vk'i'.ittv.tni. M   Kato, -!-a-
"
Lay  Delegates,
Thi lay ���  ������>  '���        ���' -
w   Ward, It   II   Whiddvi. F   w   lu
n I     \    1.. ��� .   K   N. hOlbl    W.   N    M't-
ke.ps within Mr. Ficiiiv ai;,.,   w    r    n,A:     NV.  Beattie,  it.
plus fi    " IsicDonal.     i   w.    Brethour,    _aj_ies
rtead of a mtlilonand a|Batemai]  r)I   Raynor. 8. Qou^i, James
a mont) ���        ���        it up to tl
	
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                         Bill  I
deflnlt Ij  ki   ��n until ] - if it
half as estimated in tuv
SEATTLE   MAY   SIGNAL
ALASKA  THROUGH   AIR
Washington, May ;' Th,. m.taiiti
tlon of wireless stations at Fort Lstr
venworth and Fo:'t RII. y .i:-,. being ar
rane>-d for by the army signal office,
po- this purflb.. '-��� 0*#ei_ JOfi feet
In  h-tghl  are io  be erected at   th.se
two arttiv p.vis.
As a part of the first control installation, a station will be built at
Fort Mills. i.*i th- Philippines, and I l
other installation will be at Uuikana.
Mask;., half way between the Yukon
and Vald.z. where theiv ls already a
wlrel.ss station.
The i-uupletion of Oulkaua station
will l- ti.i-v it possible io communicate
directly between Seattle a id Important
stations in Alaska
". and W, J. Km.tv
Vancouvei district: E. W. _a��e��ai,
\V .1 OardiMT, R. Spitilliig, Josian
Sava,.\ lohn Horner, R. Frost, II. U.
Skinner, M. B. Marten.on, J. B. Tuttu*.
\V E Buckingham, T. J Co.\, R- ���)���
Walker J B Mathers, 8 Johanson,
R, W Harris. 0. R. Gordon, T. Cunningham. A. ' Clare, A. E. Carter, J.
Savage, jr., T. T. l-inglols and J  Ogle
W.-tni'.-v-ter district: R. H. fairnB.
A. C. Wells, T. R Pearson, A Hard-
n��n, J, C. tiOree, K. Boothroyd. K J-
i i-i.-u    ron    i ���'.  ,,,     mil  will |the outetda     They had profrs
,   ,,,,.,-,,   ,,;���,.   ^      ninei*r on   ^,l" '   ,.��� distance of 3C0 feet, and had' me*** l��r attwnjit to rob this treasury.
Spokane Barbers to Strike.
S'lokane, May 9. -TIN Spokane bar
bers' union has voted thai all lis members shall go out on strike Momla.
morning. Th.- men demand .. .-������
In wages from $lt> to fl..
(Continued on Psgs Two).
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Portland si Vaneouw,              ���
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.
^  .-, S'G-ROOM Gl ...   \
n Hotel.
WAN
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WANTED
busin
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working iu.- i good
bush
chit:
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n, as inter! ��r    and  I
rel;   lesin
W.    N-    Bemls,
Hco 1  li .in     Va ..-iuver.
SIT1 ���       iVANTED    -   Yoi NU
��rani   ati
In cl Box '������'���''.  No*  w< -*::uln*
ster.
LOST.
LOST    \   GERMAN TK.\ r-BO iK   IN
i.u.   i, -   .ui Baturda
Fin ���
..tii,. -.'���������> 	
_ SILVER  i \l��iii:  ���
ed   "Provincial   Revenue    I   ���   '
I   ���:���  r. turn
to   I    .
LAND   SURVEYOR.
\.    ,\    DRAP1 i     LAND SUB
El r    Waal
B   C
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old  Dai
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REAL   ESTATE
ROOMS TO  RENT.
I REX.     F
line.
IMS HE  i'Vi ill \ .
'
Ing.        All    b<
with    hot an
;
A.    II.    : 81     ���
room '... second Bo
TO  RENT���One large fornls
... im, also one small one.      I
reasons Apply    -*"    VI.
stre. t
LAUNDRY
Cl l 1
i
LIVERY   STABLE.
I  P     I
...ACHlNE   WORKS.
u in ti-:. siiii.i
.. ���    i; ���      , .  HOI
a
i
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WOODWORKING
���
lit,
I
Worl      i   rm
Hi
FRATERNAL    SOCIL 1 11
_ MIT
tAKE fl . .;
Nee
-,- ��� j BRS' ASSOC1ATI
saw and - P. B
: ���
pan ;
Wl.ll.
	
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lay li
I
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BRUNEI".
WAN .    . V*
A, Cltj
FOR   LAUNDRY
Laundry.
WAX; ED���Girl
work
Sixth street
io    as.-.-t   .a house-
J... Roya. av. n ie, near
FOR   SALE.
ARCHITECTS.
tof. D   GOODFELLOW,   \ -   HI I
Room  ; |, Dominion Ti
BDW1N ��i   w. .--ait   AR  H ���
Gulchon Block   T      b bi   3 -
FOR       SALB-A      TWO-YEAROU)
oolt,  aboui  1100  pounds,  unbroken,
Percheron stock.    Apply Andy 'loi-!
mle, Hammond. B. C.
FOR _.ALh���CHOICE LARGE BLlLD-
ing lou three niinut-ss lrom car line,
Bapperton; splendid situation, only
$260 each; very easy terms- Special ;
inducement for those building, ror
particulars Phone B436. or Box Wi.
tor Sale���two good six-room
houses on large lot. In Sapi^r.on.
for only $2-00; good terms, book
chia tp right away. Phone B.3t>.
or Box 596.	
FOR cALK���GOOD 200-EGG INOU-
bator. Petaluiua. For particulars
add.-v-    I:   .'., News Offlce.	
THIS LICKS COCKP1GHTLSG.
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOTS
when you can bare 2 1-2 acres ot
land 1-2 acr. cleared and plants
wiih fruit trees on tbe main Port
Moody road, 3 miles from Westminster posioffic-'-; permanent water, for
$.50, or
tt ACRES FARM LAND, 12 Cl'LTl-
vated, good T-room house and barn
on Praser river, COO feet deep wat. .r
frontage, wharf on property. 4 mi.. -
from Westminster; cio6e to railway
trackage, stores, post office, etc.,
for $1600 cash; balance 3 years, or
$6500, or
26 ACRES PARTLY CULTIVATED
(no housei 40" feet water frontage,
5 miles from. Westminster, for $3000
cash.
160 ACRES AT WHONNOCK, GOOD
honse and orchard with 70 bearing
fruit tree*, all sorts i barn and stable, 20 acres cultivated, 2 creeks,
running through property; no better soil in British Columbia, near
school. -""-��� etc, within 3 miles
of boat landing and railway station.
Cook & Ross, opposite Market, New
Westminster;  phone A4S9.
FOR BALE- 10 sere., 4 nearly ready
i'n -.low; 0-room house, stable, etc,
a bargain, $2250 caah; or $2350 on
time. \v G. Tanner, Hammond. B C
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC Co..
dealer, in e ectriea! machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring motor repairing.
etc. Bank ol Commerce building
'; bone $31, P. 0. Box 92S.
ii. .
j: i .        ��� ' ! Tl   lb.
,      .    -.,.-    rv    ,|   i,v   UIY    r_____    TO ���'       I ���-���*..-
1     \l  RE    IN    1.1  H -Mn    l|.e...     . -44.-   ���ir,k
, �� line; 16 i Inutes from IT60
PRATERN M-  "Hin-1:  OP
M. Ka'V'^.uvCv '.:"���".* Hi  porter   M   .DAM A IRWIN   l   II.UMBJA 8T, M I   ���   I
of mouninental ���    . .v��n!ng at
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
.: C MONUMEN- IL   IKS, JAU
atoae, . tc    Batlsfsi km l. " ���
Colombia street, New We-tmlnster.
ELOCUTION.
NURSERY,
THE PRASER VALLEY NtRSKRl. >
Ltd .  H urns. >   Lak<    t-"r    baaltby,
bome-gpiwn friit tre.-n [ihonc 111
HKNRVS   NURSERIES PACIKIC
. ... ���.��� | stHWls. tre.-y. plantn. bee
. .   etc     ".oio   weetintogtor
road    Vsacoorer, and   branch   nur-
��� rj   al Booth Vancouver.
.VIMIIl "i   ST.
Bos  ^,4.
lh!  ineur- *     hsll I  .trr^t     A   -'.,..    \\
. ���-. moo.-,   i.   .   .i.       Call sn i  ���' ���'       |--. ||          .���.���..-���
,  ..   jto, ,,, c,t.    NMblsil urm   sovs o- S,,,T, VM, -, MkVh   u
pert-bsslng     Stol
a<.__. nsr-Binn \ Rouai AND       '"    Khu oa tbe trsi    i
���'".���.                               . .' "    ,     taUMTtoad
elftb   street    for   J"        \. - ��� . n     y ,
��� I ' ��� I   O.  P     ROYAL    CITY     l/M��,K
-.   ���
I .....
'
dally   :   ��
'
N. _  v,      ���       ��� . ���, j
Colvit,   la. U     ������ f April. AttJ
1909
C   a   yv
D  li   '
To Reary M< ��� ��� -     m
i f,   B   M ��� '��� . -     ���'
D��_��'    - ' v, 1 '
RESTAURANTS.
HELEN   BADGLBY,   TEACHER   I �����
elociitlo**.   , ttystoal culture an 1   !���*
matic  art      (-."very   Monday.   .:   to  ��
p.m.,  Knights of    Pythias  hill,  or
992     Hornby   street.     Vancouver.
'PI   oe B3536.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS.   ETC.
ARTHIR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
������ ��� Ier, 1019 Eleventh otrect. and
Sixth avenue. New Westmlnat-r, 1'
O. Box 425. Pure-bred Cocker-Is fo.
sale. Barred Rocks. White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; e-.K8 for
hatching. Write your reoulr-
meots.
PAPER HANGING & DECORATING.
I.  BUD80N,  WALL  PAPER,  ROOM
Moulding-..    Barlape,    sod  Sanltan.
hcu��e  palnti:..-,   kalsominlag,  papei
and     d"<*oraVriK.        Sixtl.
strt-.t. x'ew Weatmlnstar
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
Ki VNVS RE8TAURAN1    A    I
; ii       Home
cooking   Ul while cooks; no Orten   OTHER    PRATBRNA1.
..;,    ���_ , ,���   ���,
. oiuinbB street, every .    '.����� ...
Ins a:  -  ef km     VWtla|   '   ���
4- mud- weleoae Q   I'  IH   ij
... |      ....     j     . :
- ,.r   ������   tr
EX3GS POH HATCHING���S. C. Brown
LeghornB; good layere; $2 par Bitting of 13. Han- Voglsang. poalti .
expert, '.- 16 Keefer street, Vancou-
ver, B. C.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
Ij. I. KERRY ft ro��� PHONE AWL
Corner of B.ackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a toed and
breaking stable for horws, Horses
for sale      Reference furnished
1 FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON ft AYLINO, KLSH, FR' ll.
Came. Vegetabiea, etc. Begbie -c
opp. Windsor Hot<-i.
COOKSLETfl       MCTI RE       POB1
. ar_H   are  on   Sale      ll    M     Mor-..
Stationery  S'or.',  J   Q   Garr.on s "rl
gar divan, F Mackenzie's drug sin*>
.nd "The Fair.' Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
ta; l.i!*>r all 'P*n   -,y *n4
night      Oppoeite tr��     "tr, I
ROYAL CAP! .Mrs    .rcher, propria-1
ire ^i . ��� i-'-OK Of
soup,  n��h.  ���   :> i or  roast,
pa Iding oi |      '���        " l oil'-.
STENOGRAPHY    A
PREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM    14.1
Qnli hon blocl      P    >  Bos ��� M
CUSTOM       BTEN K3RAPH1       hSD\
T>l*'-��r.tlng.   COpj      ��orli,   t.0��ln�����1�� I
letter-,   et.      Province   ofllcw, Co-
lambls itreel      PI ��� ne f--
SECONDHAND   STORE
WHITKSIDK  ft   EDMONDS    HARRIS    WI   BUY   AND   BELL   KI'HNrn RE
Inrlnda tbe Union !>-!*���-. No 9. a
f   aad A   Bl    King 8oloinon  i>-ic
m ii a r  u i a m    lo I*
So   li"   i    0. U, No. 16$     ���     ���'
S.��;.;er-.OB.   Nn    16" *    I    O    ��      '     "
Oonn    Wsinilnstsi     N<
���      . i oC Owls. Neat
t/pfwr tint   BOARD    OP    TRADE   NEW   %\
"        ' BStat i. trd ��� ' rrada mm I    i l
i-..i-d room   ��� Sty Hall, ss ' ���   "
Third  Thur   .iv    nf    <-i--h    n.-nf.
rjuarterlj     r..��r'in$:     n-i   the     tnirri
Thursday of r'.'r ��-t   Msv   Augunt
and November, at l .m      Aaasal
rr,�����ilnit�� on  ih��. third  Thursdny M
Ffbruarv       N��-w   ineinti^rs   m*r   b<
proposed .��n<i ������i~<-trti ��t say -worn.
ly   nr     rjtin-rer'v     m^-'-Ini;        I'    II
Btoarl \V��.!<-   s-cretary
ten and solicitors, Biaekie Mock
. o ;������ V , treat, (few w-stniinet'ir
W   J   Wluteslde. H. ir. Mrnondra.
WADE. WHEALLER k McQCARRII
IF. C Wsds, K. C. A. Wheaile: \\
<;   McQuarrie),    Boiicttora,   Barris
ten, tttC,   12  l^-rrne str.-et,  '.;.;>. Itl
ooortb'onse       New     Wsatstoster,
.     (Phone Ivv gad  the Vaneouv.-r of
flee is at No. 6, Roya] Bank rham-
l^m. 40.  Hastings Stn . t  ��>��� H
and   all   klnfl       I   SOT   B-S-l   SBOOOd
hand  goods      A  Spwk. near Tram
offlr.-
LANO   REGISTRY   ACT.
TV'LORS.
Take -utlco tlu: an app.��*>tl��u ha��
.. b    i la t" rsjlstai the eocporatton
.;  lbs   l ���.-*!...'.... or Dtstri't a_  Mi��
eii.ri. a�� Um ownei in U-v sluip.e. uu
LAND  ACT
Coerion   Llnd   D .'-    '
Di.t'ict of Qu��en Cr-tr   ������',, '������ mi
Tsle  MM! ���   ' '        '[
Paaoonver, �����- .
Intend,   t .    .. *. '���
, .. , '��� ��� . ����� .i
l
4 U ��:���     iaS  "���-"���
sortl artj   ��� .    ��������
���..r|j     nid         ������     - [odowtsg   tMj
'     '-     :���..���  -       '
tot of ootni ' c
'
.Staki-l   l,pril   ���'
OLE ."  JIOOBSON
NEW   WEbTMINbTER  CITY
MMMMCNT,
Court of Rev...on
Noi os is _
i ni t..ii ;
b_o   r-
uiy  i.m ���    -   ���
by sny   passoa   -avtog   u
tlior.in. until tb.  ilttiai
GALVIV.   HUMES'   AND  MEN'S  TA1
lorlrn-       A  new  Hue Ot Spring suit
to| .081 In.      Button making. |i. �����    d     _ -a,   ^.^ Unm tkg oOtb
Int- si  '  'ei.alrlnr        II  SU' i s!r<<-t
" ',,;��� , of  Mission  Municipal.ty. to the I   rpO
pnoti"' Il..,'). .
ration nf the Tonn*Mi> ,>r Dl-irlit of
MUiion.  tvii.i.K  dale   Iln-   Tib   d..   ..'
THEATRES.
i ���.-.
WESI MINSTER    OPERA
FURNITURE.
W.   K    PALES,   THK   PURNI. I RE
Dealer, I I   er and Undertaker
���    ���   ���       ��� : McKenx
Pbone it.;, nigiii call ���;
HOUSE October    \   D.   IMS, of all and  *!n*u-
GEORGE  i:   martin. BARRISTER     [xnne streai  tot N Obrtj  mana��-r lar t_a( certain paroel or tract of toad
and   .-;.'.,-     Onlcboq   Mock. Oo ;    ���.������.,.,, nnr%rli���nn   ... rid. |  dnrtni ���.���, }in.mitP. ,:luat-. ijinB and betnj
���nd    M-Kitul,-   St*,   .N.-v.      ,,     __aB-n      Advance ticket Ofltoe, ...       ,.
Weatmlnster, B. C                                 (,;i! .', "���, H,���ro ���� *��� r*""-^ "f 'w W"UbU
"_ In  th,.  proviiir.- of  nrltKii  Co ut.'.i.i
W      MYERS    gray,    BARRISTER thi: EDISON THEATRE   CORNER man     partleatoriy
��� itor and Motor.  Pnblk    curv.,
block, Clarkson street, opposite '""
���    ,-��� Horn ���      P, '.  Box IM.   t- -1
tone t".4.
C-lutii'da   and    Eighth High-el..-.*
moving ptcture*, Illustrated son-.
Pragma banged Monday, Wednes
dai and Prldnj
sn.iwn     and     de
scribed sa Loi 12. in B 0 of Uot
11      Group I.  ��<-lni:   , :.;t  ��� '  -I.    i.orV
WeHt   qUIUtrr   of   Section    IT.   TOWIUblp
I of R.-.i ���!   a
Tbe flr.t UlUsg of
rtoion on tin   -    . ���
. I at the   Ci.
W< i-
M iy n. 0   MM
noon
\11.v     ,���   -'���
kg��in��i Die ..--
writing to bS AM  ��
at   lev -.  :    "
.lit ne Of ll ������ ���
\.   \   DUN   \s'
cn. Rail   Ipi
IK ay Conference
Brings Many Guests
(f'ontinued fi
Page 1,)
_
I'laxton, c. Cliff, C W otllsaders, G
H. Smith, J. Weaver, \\ . T. Reid, D.
S. Curtis and A   D, Wheeler.
Okanagan district: D. Karl, B. A I
W. Glover, Dr. Irving, J. W. Jom-s, W
Douglas, H. C. Mellor, J. VV, Clemeni
and  George   Bell.
Kamloops district: Charles F. Landmark, C H. Stevens, w. A. Palmer, a
R. Carrington and Iaaac Lehman.
West Kootenayi M. Curran. \V.
Spooner, A. D. C!iri-t,e, Harry AlOOB,
P. Wallac. and W. J. Green.
The B__st Kootenay and Port Stinp-
��on districts haw- not yet sent In S
list to the local billeting committee.
Citizens have generously thrown tli.i'
houses o-K-n to entertain the Hood ol
visitors.
Women's  Misno,,��ry  Society.
The opening aesslon will cbnunenoe
Bl 2:H0, tbe chair being taken by Mrs
j. F. Betts. Mrs. James Cunningham
will deliver an address of welcome.
Mrs. g. Frith replying. The corresponding sswwtary, Mr. w. J, Bi_.
prell, r.-iiorts on tbe progress oi th��
eociety, ami the trei ��� - Mrs. J Mc
Taggart, on the finances, S.
other reiKirts win be received Including one on 1 ba noi iioai Ions ..i rs
Coveidsle Watson 1 pond to thi
greetings from uiu|e.- sodetli
In tbe evening Mrs Betta, the pn
id ftt, will dellvei bei annual sddn 1
and musical Items wil] be Into
The eloquent  Di   B 1 hi ���  . id e
luring 1      even
ling.
Among t�� ndlng are:
Hn   I. P. It-- v nt)   Mi    0
ll. Raley, Mrs. R  x. fowell   Mrs
.!. Green. Mrs   it. MilUken, Mrs   (Dc I
lioi'i/i;, Ms    M. Bton . Mn   11
[Mrs  Bret-, Mrs. T  Cunningham   M
, Wlcl^ns, Mrs  W, C. Holt, Mr    1
'A.'lams  (Victoria).  Mrs.  Frank  A
(Vancouv*-),    MIs^    Agn.s   Bpencer
. ofl_       :.:   ��� H.    Hun''.-   Miss
IS   B. Baiw.-". Mrs, a   m   M.i
IW. H. parhons,   Miss   May Mitchell
Miss Preston, Miss Martin, Mrs. Lear"
Mi     Jennings, Miss Austin,  Miss L.
Davis.     HUl       G.     T:i> lor.     Mrs.     R.
Hugh's      Mrs.   It.   F     Still man,   Mn
i   .   terbrook,   Mrs.  G,  .lones,  Mrs    l_er-
ihlre Mi Ca Iman, Mrs. Ne! ��� m,
Mrs F. Bllla, Mlsi Edith Too, Mrs
Metcalfe, Mrs. W. .1 Curtis, Mrs Williams, Mis Hale Mrs. Moore, Mrs.
Cox, Miw DHworth, Mrs. I_inning,
Mrs. Grlffr-n
Amor^r tbe Wesi del--gates ar.- Mr
[Barraclough, Mrs. W. J. Btpprell, Mrs
roverdale Watson, Mm. .Iam��-i Cun
nlngbam and Mri   F, A, Mage,.
0+O+O+r,+c+o+C.O+O+ct+i-4*r+r)+0 O+O+O+O+rHO+cn+CAtr+n+r+r+rt
TWO ACRES
TAKE
iM
NEAR  CITY,  ALL   CLEARED, FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE HOUSE. STABLE AND      OUTBUILDINGS ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE     FIR8TCLA88   SOIL.     $2700.
REASONABLE  TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
Junior Baseball
1 ..I lii      dedule of
In thi bssi ban    li sg u      l
na
. .
... .....
MONEY   TO    LOAN
0*0+0+0*0+0+00+0+0+0+0+0+0
Tbe White Pass
and Yukon Route
I   lot    CONRAD.    CABCBO-1,    A I   .IX.
JIWHITH HORSE DAWfON and I ,111
;_I..NK_.. Dally Irani, (except San .ayI
'carrying poSHnngeiM, mall, exiireio, .unl
} frvlght ODtiaeOt wllh mim . at Car
' riw. end While Home, maintaining
1 a thorough winter mervlce.
For Information apply to
1    J. H. ROG'lltH, Trsfflc Manager.
perton;  Y. m. p. A. vs. Beavers at
Sapperton.
May 20 -Beaver- vb. Tlg'-rs nt
Qtteen park. Lions vs. Y. M. P. A.
.t Bapperton.
laj      27���Lions    v��.    Beavers    at
park; V. M. P. A   vs. Tigers
ai Bapperton,
...    .    Tigeri vs. Lions at Bapper
v. avert vs.    Y.    M.    P-    A.  at
Queen's park
fnni    11-.Tff.er-*.   vs.   Bsavtri   at
Queen's park; Y. M    P. A    TS, lions
at Sapperton.
June 17���Beavers vs Uodm at Sap
l>erton; Tlgora vs Y M P. A. at
Happerton.
June 24���Lion* vs. Tlg.r. ,t Hap
t.lirton; Y. M. P, A. vs Boiivem, al
Sapperton.
June    28~Beavi)rs    vs     Tigsrs at
Queen's park; Lions v,   f,  M. P   A
St Ssppertoa.
Railway Time Tablet
B. C. E. R. WeetmlneUr Branch.
/     Week Ony ���eUsaula.
Cars lesvo Vancouver for New U,_t
mlBBUir at 6 &o. *:t*0, 7:20 and 8:1X1
am, and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30 p.m
Cars have New Westminster for Van
couver at r.if.O, 8:20, 6:fi0, 7:20 ami
8:00 a.m , and every half hour Ultra
after until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars lenvc Vancouver for New Woit
ml��**ler at
. i ���������
11  10 p." ,.,..
Can. leas- V a  ' " *   f
boor tfctmfter natl! 16
car U:M P ">
O. J.   McQu.rrle.  LoC  Msn.g", NS*
Westminster,
Cr.4t NortbSi 1 Railway.
LV.NW,,: --;:;,: ;:l
Lv. NW. CM V".'-   -"'"    '    .,;,
Lv. N.w. il:10 a��; ��'��� *��tW U
*��� ���" ,.   V \\    I I''"
Ly.SsbtUsl.'lO an    " ,.M
LV.   Seat He I-'.'   1"" '   "'   '
P.n> ...  s'W  I   '
Lr. leattU livio p.nt, ���" ���
am.
N. H.-Pcrt Gulchon.
leaves NSW  ��' . .,���,. ..'
���,ii,,ii* .11 ���   *
day  at 10 I ��' ��� ','" ,       .  ,,,���., V
Ctv       L,-���v,s  TH-:-' ^n   ,    ,
rires lo Mty Wi��)     ��    , ���, <-ny
-Pridsy nt I 50 i
��� Saturday in  '���> '��� "' ,  ,  ,, m  '*"
leaves Port Qriichtm  ' _,,,���,
j Tuesday, 6:80 an  on        |t port
union m. B��turd�� fl Fri(ia..
/, , ,      i- ��� in  Tburidaj ��uu
Qulohoi 0 i''"" H_NDAy-
MAy 10. 1��09.
THE  DAILY   JEWS.
PAGE THREE.
jj^J.OBIN HOOD
Rt.t.nj_^___L____J______l
y.vyjlon't put off Ti vin^ This Wonderful New Flour
WOULD .IHI FAMUS
OF UlWIUtD CH1MINALS
i ���., i. woman >r
��� iv  y..u thai ';
'I....    '.'.:>!1     ���     ���
Now, to ge< tbe
iii. re li .
:,     iS   lllff'    ��� ;    Whl
.   lbs kaot
l.ukX   litini M '
asses     'It...  d. a.
��� ���  "is simply i In
I on m ��� ���   . .
������ r than ���������������' '
iery, di_. n ni ���   In  i
i In dlflerenci
ROBIN  HOOD"- -;, at a differ.:... ,<_,,
'��� ���'���"���" "'- ''*���     ' lt   Ib   mad,-  of   ta.     i
!"v ���" wbmi    '" ��� i most mod.
"���   ,x-'   "���'������  '�� i thai a-e know boa I
���"��������� *** ;"; ' . ments In tbe  i
ry
ROBIN  HOOD  Bi
.-  d ll  In  ' BJ
���'   ���'��� ���' ��� ���    -     Don't  i
��� ���* '"'     .    ���    '     ��� ROBIN    HOOD    '
Bakl        ��� . Illl . IT   IS   THE   FINES!
LOAF   VOUR   HUSBAND, YOUR  CHILDPl'.   OR    VOU   YOURSELF    CAN
EAT
Mon   baa thai   robin hood ���-.
.: . r ban I j     ...
��fi.< ��*r i. sntiiorlenil ���     ���      :
.. ,:.   ROBIN  HOOD   '
a pealtlt
baked  twice  win. it
��� ._:,;  wi     bow gn au *
..    .    ROBIN   HOOD ��� | ,'.__���_    f , .   ���     ���     ..   IC    thl
V      v  addins  -   -.'   ���..-��� Otfeer flours.
^RQBIN HOOD FLonris th*- Flour That is Making
a N-nsation in Western (Vtnada. All Over the West it is
Being Talked About The Question Neighbors Are
Asking Today is:   "Are Vou Using That New Robin
Hood Flour?"
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Beef. Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
Member    for    We.t  Huron     Proposes
Setting  10,OX�� Acres of   Land
Apart for Prison Farm.
0 ���     ,,   N. Lewis, Uon-
servatlve  mem    .-   toi   Weal     Huron
i.a    , :   u  resolution  pro
vldin.                        lng ajjait    by    the
gOVWl               .   len  thousand  acres  iii
. .       i and   -������n   ui'ju.iand
In Sortnern Queoec, Contiguous
to   each   other,  as    a    prison     larm.
wn--,,   i,-.              rioted   oi   tn.-    '������
v                  ....   invn.-a^ried ou
i,, li '        ... -������ :,' ���      at   hard   labor and kepi   here either at. farming
or makl .   i .  .    oi  a ij  other   cm-
ploymen    irh.i      mill    not    Interfere
with   fri      lu. oi    unill   tti-     inspector
notifiea    .������ authority   that a prison-
er   >-,   a        and   willing   io   earn     bis
an I .   i- proper   u,   give-
  ���   IDCe to do ��o.
. ��� ��� ������. ��� __._._._.
vm w 9 w w m^^rm^
:
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, BINlKHAIilCERHIlltfiK8
vCAldARYAlBERTA".
'"if 101115 Of BSB OMCAlicoOS.
He Likes It
Till-oi, i irg,  Ont
Thg Braekman-Ki-r Co..
Dear Sirs,���I hav,- been using
Barley Br.-ad roguiarlj   '���'In..   II
te '.n tbe mark--, here.
I like the flavor and prefer It
to   read made from wheat Hour,
as it is more easily digested,   i
have not been troubled with indigestion, but use Barley Bread
simply because I like it.     'ine
loaf holds moisture a i     longer
than    whok-    wheat    bread "r
i.r.-ud   made  from   white   hour;
my    wife join-    me in recommending Barley Bread to a".
Yours truly.
D  McFAKLAN...
We   have    statements  trorr.  many others similar to above.
Ask your ba*er for Barley Loaf,  your  grocer  for  a   sac!1   of   Bar,e>
flour.      Recipes  in each sack.       We   guarantee   this  flcur.
WOMEN  WAGE  WAR
ON MERRY WIDOWS
_ -_ be   po .
ar, looking foi  . v oi women In
o have formed
I   .   rel   r,< It of the
a  ol big  hat.
. r   ei,,; ��� ( g dozen or more con, I
il   ��� .,in wo   en ri gar I li -   i
oo the       aogear I   responal-
.   fo:  the a. tiv.'y of  tli"  police.
Women who "tear t.i�� hav- ar.- ine
. ���  t: ���    itta k.    Th,.  finer  the
I   ���   tbe  more  v.. loo    thi   BSeanlt n;,
The  won,'-:,  who make Vie attacks an. well-dressed avi appari
refined and weslthj     Thej  all wear
. i. vs. a id
lent  hatred  for tbe  big  strawi  snd
ultra f.lts.    One  woman   was ejected
trom a  Holly wood  ca
cause of her attack upon wo:n.-n pas- i
J    THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
NEW   WESTMINSTER     LAND    DISTRICT.
District  of   Surrey.
JUBILEE  MEMORIAL CHURCH
DEDICATED YESTERDAY
tm_���^
Th,. new  M ithod st  Jubilee M-mo- |
rial church at Jubilee was crowded ar,
IU    dedication    v.-stv .a.-     afternoon.
_ be Ben  W   1  Blpprell, D D.. W. H.
1: irradongb, C. Ladner an I H  W   Wi
I ��� .i.iwtch,  pastor,  wi re   present  and
pert in v.--    dedication service
[Valuable as.    ai ���������  ���>. .-  rendered by
; ������  . hoir.   wi.icn   gave   several  nuni-
bera creditably.
lr. ��� building, wbkb la very neat in
���   and well finished. Is 36 by 4.
ll et .:. din.--n.-ion, and named in honor
������ ��� Jubilee anaversary of the Meth-
:-v_ in the province, and from
ituation.     There will be a social
ng    lb        ...ning.        Another
_i. ���    ���.,-���    :, in :. waa also dedliai   I
esterday, Qrs ���   chur b, on the ont-
nklru of  Vanco iv_r.
I
Twenty   Mi I.on   for     "Gillies   Limit."
Toronto.     M ..;���   . ��� The    Provincial
Government has received      ��� "Gl > ���
off- ��� of J. " f.. whai
a i. ni raiij       :: ���<: the OUliea Limit.
which lies adjacent to the chief producing  Ooball  min.s     Tin- oner ap-
. otemplate the purch.-.- ol
the art _ en bloc. N'o official BanoUBCe-
���: made ooncerntag the
ni   l|   .
nated from pa
in  Montreal.
Take notice, that  Henry T.   inrtll
intends to apply for yer_.i.i_i'j_ to
lease lhe following described land:
viencing at a post ,,ianted wnere
tne southerly boundary of lot W6,
group -,wo (21, New Westminster district intersects the quarter -section
liae, prolonged, running north and
south throagh section two (2), town-
ship one (1); thence south 160 rods.
Vance esst ISO rods, thence north to
a point 200 feet south of the beiore
mentioned southerly boundary of lot
a,... group two (.2); thence easterly
parallel to the said southerly boundary of lot 505, group two (2), to a
point 62 rods north of the 4.th parallel of north latitude; thence weet to
low water mark and 62 rods distant
from the said 49th paral.el of north
latitude; thence south 62 rods; th��-nc.
east to the point where the southerly
joundary of lot 505, group two I.)
intersects the before mentioned -9th
parallel of north latitude; then follow
ing the slid southerly boundary of lot
505, group two (21, to the point ot
commencemenv containing Ly estl I
tlon two uundred and forty acres
more or less.
Dated  at  White  Rock,  B.  C,   tills
22nd day , i  February, 1909.
HENRY T. THRIFT
Repairing cf guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St
"Man on the Wheel.'
r
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers _ Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
Cheap  Cables.
London,   May 9.���Spi
imperial Ool nial clnb yesterday, Mr
I Ki nk, . M-aton hoped thai within a few month-, it would be possible
to cable to every part of the Empire
nt a shilling for tw.-ivr- words. He
had particulars ol an Invention where
bv r.o.niin words an hour could be
transmitted.
SUNOGHT
���
���
+
+
+
+
4
4
4
4
4
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��� notice  thai    he   undersigned   ���
intends to appl]  to tne hon. the oon     ���
���
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I This is the
+        .
I Opportunity
^w spring Goods for.paurts Oils and Varnishes
wd.es and  Gentlemen
y    ' III f    material      f,.i
tl
.���vim,����� .md suitings has
w
in ,.
' isarantss i partsnt m and itoo.l
*l''ktii..ii
Wing yuen
Kwong  on  Wo A.  Ce.  Block,
When you have made up your mind to do some painting,
remember that it pays to use p.iirtt or varn.sh that will st.md III
.11   v��e..thers. .
Eeph-nt paint is mad* from .the purest of oil and lead, and
the coloring, in It are the very best that can be used and are
mixed   by   experts  who   thoroughly  understand .very branch of
lhe   pa'nt   bumnest. .._____..JL ___..___j
Our lme of varnishes and stains includes th. following: Jap-
.Ue B-pU�� Berry Bros, Hard OU and Varnishes. Standard
Varnishes, snd Wilkinson, Hey wood 4 Clarke's famous English
line   ot  varnlst.es.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
UN EXPERIENCED RO'JSE-!.
know* that SunUgbt Sosp
means a wonderful sj\in��� .���>
iiiii. and labour i.. :i . .-
tleanins,
Whether Wttb hot or cold
water, nolhln;: Kt-ts tlie dirt
off so quickly and withMil
injury as Sunlight Soap.
Use It the Sunlight way.
Follow the directions.
Cei,
um. ;,.
mbla   and    Mclnrws   Sts.
P  O. Box ��'.t'..r.
Ea.tcrbrook Milling Company,
Eriurne.   IV C.
FLOUR!     -FLOUR!
hcKr      ��� Vermin.1 ��500   "     ��
h. .ffl,V.NG;! m^b .
Summer Goods
| JUST   ARRIVED.
1���'<       '!|.'   inaieilnl   von   want   for
'* in  .
'   older,       IVlfeet   (It   f.\f.V
illlteill.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
0. Bo
* 634. New Westminster
"'i'lHi.  Windsor Hotel.
New Westminster.
Telephone S9S.
CROQUET    SETS,    ��2.00      IO
110.00,  AT
Morey's.
LACROSSE   STICKS,   35c   TO
$4.00, AT
Morey's.
BASEBALLS,     10c    TO    $1.50,
AT
MOREY'S
66*.  Columbia  Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
:.-.-.oner of lands tor permission to
nn l . mentioned    lands in
New Westminster district:
u>mmencicg at a point where the
section line (prolonged) raan-n i i
and west between sections seven iT)
and eighteen (18), intersects the westerly boundary of lot .05, group two
i.'i. New Westminster district; thence
westerly 100 feet, thence southerly and
easterly parallel to ine westerly and
south-Vy .-dary of the said lot
503 to the centre line (prolonged) running north and south tnorugh section
eight (8), township one (1). New
Westminster district; thence south
150 feet, thence easterly parallel with
the said southerly boundary of the
said lot 505 to a point Immediately
south of the point wnere the centre
line (prolonged) ruuning east or west
through section ten (10), Intersects
high-water mark; thence north along
the westerly boundary of said lot 505
to the point where said centr. line of
section ten 1101 intersects high-water
1 mark; thence westerly and northerly
along the southerly and westerly
boundary line of said lot 505 to t_o
point of beginsing, containing by estl
matlon S6 acres more or less.
Hater St  White Rook, B. C, February IS, 1909. E. W. I.EKSON.
HtM'.Y T   THRIFT, Agent
PRINTING
Look over Henry's  catalogue
and make out your order fer
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Tr.-es, Plants, B<.e Supplies, etc.
N.i .vin ly agents ;o annoy you.
No damage from fumigation.  He
delays of customs.
YOU "PRESS  THE BUTTON,"
WE DO  THE   REST.
���HENRY'S
Nurseries
Offices,  Greenhouses and   Seed-
houses. 3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver. B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver.
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
ua means a satisfied customer,
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison J
7 and 11 SIXTH ST.
New Westminster. Phone 388    ��� ���
���WH' I "H1* -H-M-H ���_������! ���_���
Leave Langley at i-Du a.m.; air:',o
at Port HSney at 8:15 a.m.. arrive ut
McAdam uanding at !s:30 a.m.; ar-
ri i at Hammond at 8:40 un ; arrive
at Port Kells al 9:00 a.m.; ani'., at
N". v   Westminster at 10:80 am.
Leave N.w Westminster at 4:He p.-
.���*.; arrive at Port Kells at 5:30 pm.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:00 p.m.; arrive at t-CAdams Landing at 615 p.m.;
arrive at Port Haney at 6;35 pin , ,.i-
rive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. A K. Wharf, daily except Saturday.
S.S. TRANSFER
"\ Commencing April 1st tbe steamer
Transfer wilt leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, e��-
ce-.t Saturday, at 3 p.m for Ladner,
Westham Island and way ports. Saturday at 2 pm., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND  SATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham lsiuud
every week day morning, rxcept Friday, at "a.m., and Ladner 7 45 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham Island 6 a.m.
and Uulner at 6:45 a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
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THE DAILY M.WS
MONDAY, MAy
10,
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The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publisn-
Ing Company, Limited, at their ollices,
Tli.> Dully  News Block, corner ot McKenzie ami Victoria streets.
E. A.  Paige      Managing  Director
appliance will be Invaluable, for there
need no longer be sny waste in hatching Ollt male bi: -s if tll.-Sr lire il"'
required,   whilsi   sterile   eggs   can   :"
d-'toctod with  th.- great si  certalnt*
and ease.    Th.  aexaphone  maj
said  to  h;i\\.  destrirad   the   u'r>   ,,:*'
svnee of the ancient saw an.-nt co
ing one's chickens   'lore    thej    an
hatched.
MONDAY.  MAY   10,   1909.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
��� ���
: School Reports :
A   SPEEDY   RIVtR   SERVICE.
O  By  J.   N.   Muir,  former  princip.i1   ���
+ of Victoria  H.gh   School. ���
��������������������������-eeee*eeee*eeee*��*
Tl - cessation of th.- running of the
.. i.t on the l-Vaser nv. - I i ia-
rurally   caused   .i   certain   amouni   Ofi Inspector   Versus   Reports.
���roiiM. and InconTOnlence to ranchers      In  tbe Public  Schools I
.,:, | ,. 0n ih.    up ;iv ;  town on page a.i. is found
aad settlement-, and th. replaoement nl New. Inspected Pebru       il
of ,,,,. | .  , ,. i a good school room bui      tl
,,. ,      ,     ,  ., , ��� ,,. .  m   ll   ��� "':'   c,aS8   '".'d"   UP   Ol   pupil
i- being   agerlj looki i foi wai a to u
1907 which 1 sent n, ITeniler Mcllnd,'
l asked thai "All chsagea oi teaobers
latiaa i ��� puhilsht^i in tha Public
Schools H. ports." in IiIk reply dated
i ,. ial 26, 1907. Premier UcHrlde
pron lai ��� ;||1 i\. attention ,.f hi>
. i of BducaUon to what 1 ,i-.k
ed        '        "'"*��� for min'. 7 ��,,,   Doi
printed until labi in tbe year and m.
lett.     trai   aenl  in  August    it  ma.
, gorl of IRONY Unit ji should
,l  upon  my  wm-.i  ;��� (.|,.;il. ,|,,,
v  what  i<>.>i-s  very like
MENDACn Y.    I know thai the publh
m bol - -ii'.  False an i u
teacher was In caarge  II r .
the (iovvi-.iiii.-iii are sbowi
���. vvvi i.  i.ii..... ti,, ���    had
.-: ool be printed al all     11
��� usi  a     tb j ' Ki .-ii ��hen the.
,!,. contain toots,  boa   ta anyone  to
v. fr.iin the falsi '  Even
t wl   :i 1   tate tbat thi
a ta tn . bur.-,   on both ��.,.-.,
a v anj      ' i Know which on     :
ro I '   i ��.i. the leach
Unfavorable   Report,
Tb    i> pea ���   that   tbe    i b ������    roon
mOdj an i thai  tl      i     .   .
���     .1   : .no ��� again I
FOR RENT.
1 ,$13.00
A njee cottage cn Seventh street, between Second and '!���
per month.
A furnished house on Fourteenth street, six rooms, $25   ���
A splendidly situated house on Fourteenth Btreet, betv. ���
avenues, Including fruit, $12.00 per month.
J. J. JOHIMSTON
Oupont   Block, Co I   '' r��et-
the .. v nee fo Rai ions  ba
brought again to tin rrom th i need ol
>uppl
a     ���
munli
wack.
Ai
i ni
;
unequal  attainments, etc,      ���'    ,   - ���   ���> rbls la no
I.I. Public School teach< rs du ��
n     Al 'Hi  New     n: u  I    '���    i ib    ! pi n i   upo . ',--*
son    In tlie reporl
1906 7 lh pagy   A26      found: "A 0 U
Nea.    v.-    . ��� ��� i   Fobroarj   21.  190,
Si bool : "��� .1. cleam    than
Male  or  f--->'ilr.
etc."     On uage A1_\IX. J
during l��06-7. Al-                     (g)
New.      \    \	
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'GET THE  HABIT"
Crystal Theatre
!       i change <>f program todJ
FRED   FlLa .ANO.
i-a-tv-*..
u
Q.UALITY"
fttn,.
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This Cut!
f4tf
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Your choice of Odd Bits
BOI 1 r   ^i  . . ....      ,
ot  Lnin-t in our Window
.i
draft
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fSvorltlan    ���.* ������ n  it   publl       I In-
1
led  ins only, and  nom
terminal polnl    ..-
'    '     J   this
,   - .   i r,      ...      .      roof is :
for .i  go oal   ier-if" .     , , ,
tor has stated  whai       not ti
W ��� ���    :. I upon my a
wel]  built  st.-rn   v., ���       i      ..."   II   la   thi   inspecUWa   w-ri   a
about  erne nnndr. .   I       In    he8<    ��������� ' T'     '
���    nt cannot  plead 1
��� :-'     *MJ��ned . m th,lt ,,,��� ncbooi .
and - apabh   ,.i  carrying  ,i fall   ���. .
load     of -vs     and     expi  -���-
frelgbl     '1:.,. main p.jr;..s such a
boa_ would i.e a Speedj paaaengei
.-ervice and there 1- not thi .lighv-st
doubt lh.ii it would ..row a . ood pay- |
ing projx>sition. Its receipts trom
merg pleasure and excursion trippers
would alone b. quite considerable. A
boat of the type we bave suggested
would ea--ily be able to perform tbe
ivmnd trip in a day. Th,- Journey up
would be accomplished within tour
hours and the rim down in three hou.s
Thus it would be possible to reave
Chilliwack, say at eight o clock eacn
morning and be in Weetminater a:
t-1--v.-n, coriinivncing the return jour.ie.
at one or two o'clock in the af --r-
nixjn and reaching Lh.- Valley city
wxll before the usual clo--ing or sui>-
per hour. Thi_ would allow paa ���
gers a nice time to roy visits or traa-
-..'���; any business they might bavin New Westminster. The proi
of a quick service of thi_ kind would
���    -
1
Its cne h
L .
EACH
r.
The  Fair
w.
i-lt) Columbia Street.
for .���'���-'::   UO I  ���'   I ���  'be sanit
Snap!  Snap!   Snap!
FOR SALE-A NEW 8ROOMED HOUSE, WITH  MODERN
CONVENIENCES,     FULL   SIZE      LOT.     WITHIN      TWO
MINUTES OF  POSTOFFICE.  THIS  IS WORTH  LOOKING
INTO      ADDRESS
Edison  lheatre
Animated    Picture.    ��na    iMyitr_ted
Songs.
THE  LATEST  HIT8 OF THE
Pn .      ��� ��� ���
! I
iys ai
Weetminater
Transfer Co.
i.
.-,
PHILLIPS!
The wardrobe
clothier
TNv
PHONE      97    WHIM    VOU     WAST
/Bice
PfcOttfl  Mb      fur.*.    Pb-tni
Columbia   Street
HagK-_*ce    1,-JUerei    ;.r-tn-itlr    to
any  ;.art of th�� city.
117
BOX   30,
New  Westminster. Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE--TPAM   OEPOT.
*'
be
at once an appreciable ben. fit U
the up river jreople and    a    very    d_
tided advantage and value to tin      .
Ue-e interests of ihl& city.
COUNTING YOUR CHICKENS.
To  be posa tsed  of a  simple    a
pllanc- that will enable him to determine  tin- sex  of a creature yet un
born would certainly prove a ralua .
ad van tag,-   ���>.   the  fami---  or    po
man.    Such a faci:. bean  rena
Bred possible by a modest little instrument recently invented by an
English mecbanlc named WlUlami
Like many another valuabh   i scove
the idea of the  ���  .   ,i,
���tnunent bus been rather inapt., nani-
-d. waa stumbled aero ., bj so  l    I
Mr.  Williams on    d  :    nol ' ��� :   I I
��� h of small .-������������ ��� ,.i
���������   '���'���   walla ol    '       wo ���. bop wera
.....
I  flrst  thought  i... d ...  to
ih.- pn,. aoe ol  ���  magn
ii.e
I   . .      v.   ���     A
��� il   hoar. v. r,    m   upon    I.
.  ri -i. ived I ,. ������ ill
. ..mn ��� ���..    ,,.-., v. ten tb        ... n
Us  con:, nis  �� .',   .       .li.   Ui..
ilami  i ,   ,   .    w,.,,.
the ��� the d    m bancs an I up
���.ii making furhi i i rpenrrr, ate tti  dl
covered thai whilst one egg product d
a pendulum movemenl    another    induced a rotary motion ol the BUfpen i
.1    Steli.       Ul-    ll.'.'il.-il    OUI     'll^,    li      ���
egg and the result ��.-���; a pullet; batch
mg out the second the product was
a cockerel. He discovered also Oat
;. sterile <m* (ailed u> Influent tbe
-tee] at all Still further experiments,
upon human beings and uixm animals
aa different a> in character as armadillo, and eels, WSire tried and the t+
still was alwaya the k-hik-. ;i revolving movement In the ens,, of a male
nnd a swinging motion when tbe "��x-
a phone was suspended ov r a female.
The  Seemingly   wonderful   discerning power of this simple little Instru
iih-iii   Is of  coin-,.,  ii,,.    in  Hi.,  subtle
Influence of animal magnetism, Hut tbe
.ii covery of Mr Wlll hum would seem
to have opened up b new fh i.i ol lain itlgatlon tor sclentlets, Inaemucb,
.i. r waa nol blthei to Known, to far
as we iv,. aware, tha ihi uiagnei c
ii : i wi   inilu. nv iv' dlrec
ii q by the variation In es To tbe
poultry rearer particulsrly tiii,-. ilmple
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EVERY WOMAN
appreciates choice footwear, and we are safe in saying that every woman will be greatly interested in
the handsome new Spring Shoes that we are now
showing.
GROCERIE!
11   ('   rn am. largi I foi
S-   Cteriea   ���-
Jer��. . r.     I '
llltk :-    :-���   ��'
1 jii-.'.i   ���   ���
3  for     	
BUTTER.   KG09   j-d   NO   *   P0T��|
TOES AT  LOWEST  P-
Adams&Deans
��eeeeee��������aeao������ee����������a ++++++++++++444***********
GASOLINE TANKS Made and In-
stalled in Boats.
_AWN   MOWERS
LAWN   MOWERS
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block. Pronl si., !S��-w Wctttmlfteter
**
1++++++++++++++B+4
.44***********
LAND
SPECIALISTS.
MADE IN CANADA
t__csr_s_os-i
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGE8T   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C
New Westminster, H. C.
Bargain Sae
CHILDREN'S   AND   LADIE
Hats and Millinery
THE   LATE8T   STYLES ALL  GOING
AT A  REDUCED PRICE.
Connor and McQuarrie
291 COLUMBIA STREET.
Cook & Ross
THE  AUCTIONEERS
iJBBr
&BBBBBE9E9BBBBEZBBBBZ
The Model Bakery
|COR. FOURTH AVE. A SECOND 8T
Our c.-iebraiiii Cream, Brown sod
iiiuri, v itnnri Ih in greut demand M
Iwayi sweet, sad   <no+  an+i alwaj i
IJ used,     Our   r.-ikeii   and   Cookisl   nm
���llolce.
H. C   MARK   _   SONS,
���Phone 435.
323  Front   St.,  Oppo��|t��'
Weitmlnito''
pttont
fAttKt*-
481
Ne-v
and   1260   GrunvHl.   t
HAVE SEVERAL
V��nc-'u'fr'
- tmtsess
econpi
SALE. ALSO TWO "VfIVI-I"
EXPRESS WAGONS^AND^
DOT
ANP
MOWER.      NEARJ.^oA7pUKPOsE
REALLY
HORSE.
GOOD GENERALP" Hi OND*
y, MAY   10,   1��09.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIV_.
THE
T. H. Smith
Cash Store
���.������ ������������*��� ���������������������������������eeeeeeeeeeee^
THE
Cash Store
������������������������������������������������
We Wish Every Lady in
New Westminster
��� in8Peet the nev EMP1            PRINGESS GOW] 5, a hipment
��� :eivedtwo days ;           0f theseare now on view in our
���   They come in v. .  dare trirn;.         h illsertion
" �����tini bro ��� '                        i ��� i (feci            .   Do not
play.   Prii ���
.'
4**444+++++++++++������������������������S
���������������eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
***4444+++++++++++++++++++
Dress Skirts
$8.50 for $4.75
A   SPECIAL     OFFER      FOR   Th
At-KK   IN   NEW   AND   UP   TO   DATE
D��_��9    6KIRTS    COMPRISING    P A
���.A.MAS,     HOMESPUNS. CHEVRONS
SATIN      CLOTHS.   ETC.      IN    PLAIN
.     PS       ANO   ALSO     THE   POHC
.i;     SELF     STRlP.O    MATERIALS
REASON     FOR     THIS   ENOP
���4  CUT   IN   THE   PRICES  Bl   N
'.     ACCOUNT     OF     THE     HEAVY
K    W|        H   OLD     OF     THtSS.
GOODS
REG1. LAP   VALUES  TO  *S.
FOR    ��* -'
New Tapestries
I AUTIFUL. RICH SHADIS--
AND DESIGNS. AND A SPLENDID
KANGE NOW   IN  STOCK.
1'ER YARD     65c to $1 2->
Madras Muslins
'���   M MOST   EVERY     IMAGINABLE
ON   IN     WHITE   AND     CREAM.
PRICES   TO   SUIT   ALL   Pl- ';**
ls       DOUBLE   WIDTH.
PER YARD, FROM 35c to 85c
��� *4+4+++ + + ++++++++++++++++
*****44++4++++++++4+44++++
+++++++H
+++f. . . . c e��.��e��.oto*^. t*>>;���>
������ee��ee+����eo��eo��ea����sso������
Natural Pongee
Silk 34 inches wide
50c Yard
FIVE PIECES CNLY OF THIS. SO
IF YOU WISH TC SwVE MONEY ON
YOUR DRESS NOW IS YOUR
CHANCE TO DO SO. M INCHES
WIDE
REGULAR 65c AND I*:: PER YARD
FOR 50c
Cream Serges and
Panamas at
BARGAIN PRICES
REGULAR 65c AND 75c PER YARD
FOR 50c
THE DUTCH COLLAR IS THE LAT
EST CREATION IN NECKWEAR WE
ARE NOW SHOWING. A SPLENDID
VARIETY   FROM   35c   TO  $1.-5
STOCK   COLLARS   ��C   TO   $1.50.
FANCY BELTINGS IN CREAM
AND GOLD AND COLORED EFFECTS.  50c  to  $1-25   PER   YARD
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
444+++++++++++++********++
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
SEE
Evi   ���' the .-rd<n at Tidy's,
pbone 184 **
'I'h. io.  . ul.,-..   society
Brill ,r.| of trade rooms
..'   I ., v lock this afternoon.
I ��� ���   'lowers  and any
1 ....  Davie '
iv-....;,_ ���*
on of the 'l'y
po ning ae   Magls-
" In Victoria on busi-
���   v '    -tat
���<-k. "
of     the
on
t. -l.     -.,     B -ii * -.   an ;   ���
-
M I
.
"i be 4 . .     ..old a.
1 ���   ��� '    ������ 1 ��� ���-.-  j. g
followln .   be
ed.
leilclons     -V
.
THE   NEW  GOODS   ARRIVING  DAILY AT THE BIG FURNITURE STOR ..
WE   DEFY  COMPETITION.       ONLY     IRSTCLASS     GOODS     IN     STOCK.
CALL AT
W.   E.   FALES
House Furnisher and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
with tl..- cha               p  o  Pox 17.
... i l    mal a ing   ��� ���"
���-.!- an ren <     _. e
n turned do Capii
b, R ll. Cheyne,   ���    '
���.[  .1   Ban -'        .'"��� :    :.
and W. K. B
Tel.
Res   429.
Gasoline Engines
We   Sell  the Celebrated
PALMER   BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
.PRING     LAME.     CHOICE     MEATS     I'M.MER
-
Of ���
I
a
���  ���
i a   tb
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THK
RRO-.TWO ���(
AND FOUR
'
Central Meat Market
ST  Eighth  .St.   tad     Fifth  Ay?:. :-,
P H O N .
BO N ELL  &  ODOr.   Frc..,r.��tur_
CLE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
���J'ff*.
��__*-__._
,������-- k i
a l"_-"._ -I -  !' -2
3TMIN8TKR
���
���.
I Methodisi
ind ei . :
r,  R.v.   1.   li    B
A full       tendance       deain
���
I ol .--.,.
n--x:   . oa to die
-���    -- .
noon
���:-..,:...-   (
i.'    i on tb. action of tbi B C  E. R.;
'In -.lacing dotib.   headers on the i:-'
U      .  line on Saturday :. and j
e\-    ��� .    thus    ensuring    comfort for
..-tw   . the two ci.t--
_wo Westminster _K-n. T H Bar-
bar. and J. Craig, have been selected
to , laj ;_i the Canad:an *e.im atain-t
Bcoi md in the international Assocla-
tl-t. football Ram* ..t Vancouver next
Bamrday.
Just arrived, a carload of Ro.'-n
Ho I Flour. Full assortm- nt of s seS
24 IS .5, now in stock. Hale tiros.
ft'ct.,1.4, "r
YEE KEE & CO.
Windsor  Hotel  Block,  P.  O.  Box 644.
New  Westminster.
Alex. Speck
THE BICYCLE MAN
SPORTING GOODS,  REPAIRS.
I
I . I J. Knight is leaving today for a_
��� i ��� I viait io Ban Francisco and
otii-r CaJifomlan points. The de
pasture of Mr. Knight, who has long
.-���.:i Identified With St. Andrew s
Presbyterian church choir, will b_ a
distinct lose to that church, where Uls
singing has been greatly appreciated.
At Queen's Avenue Methodist church
yesterday nioruing an excellent ad-
ir.ss wn-; delivered _y Rev. Dr Bur-
Sraab. chancellor of Victoria college,
Toronto university. Special music
��as given ut this service as well as
;>t the evening ervic.-. Rev. Dr Rob-
- n briefly spoke on pioneer days, foi-
������...���a by Rev. Amos E. Russ. who for-.
tnerly labored In this province.
Tli__pl_asant,si v,fl, ,fy _pe:;i Satur-
..Ivy afternoon is to take ii river tnP
10 Steveston and back. The S3
Transfer leave* Brackman-Kvr'.- wh.irf
ai :' p-m. every Saturday, rtv.urning
iime evening Fare one dollar for
th*  round  trip. '"*
Ues   Prlngle   who for the past four
years has b*en d>">i '.g reiKirtorial work
on local newapapwrs,    left  yeeterda.
for Toronto, where be wti; spen.i  Urel
:i \:  few weeka risiting his parents.
Hu plana for the fm ire .ire indefinite. |
b il li la probable he ��il| return to the .
coast later In the :
Th.- fir. depalime it tec.ivej MW
f.-et of new hose from tbe Keystone
i- Co. on Saturday, aud there is
.'���". nne.. to be shipped in by the fail, u.ui Robber Company. Tbi- b -���
which costs a dollar per ii>o1. la i.�� be
k. ;.t In the central bill for reserve in
... of any largo outbreak, when tbS
q .uititi carried bj tb hose carts
would not suffice,
\l.-x Ferguson, p. Q, i'.. Granite
Igi No. 1.'.. Knight, of Pythias, so
nmpaaled bj Mrs, Perguaon, grind
-. i, tentatli ol Mainland Tempi.-,
No. it. Pythian Sisters, leave* toda.
Rossland, wber- be will atten.l a,
i invention ot Knights, commencing o,i
Wednesday and Issl ag two day;,. J
Maboney, of tb.- finance committee ol
..-viiite lodge, and H. W. Minthorne,
representative ol Roya] lodgv No. 6.
left yesterdB. to iiv.nd tb,. conven-
il n.
Seven refere. s reioiiiiiiended by the
cxecutUv of th Westminster Lacrosse
club as suitable officials for the forthcoming Minto cup matches against the
I'apitals of Keglll.l. hnve failed to mevi
OET YOUR SPRING SUIT AT        IRON VwORt-S
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster
TAILORS 	
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1317.
i CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
.RESERVE       11,000.000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
; Newfoundland,  and in   London,  Eng-
j iand, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A.   and Mexico City.    A general
[.inking    business    transacted.     Let-
| ters of Cr��dlt Issued,    available with
correspondents  In    all  parts of    the
world.
Savings Batik Department���Deposrs
received In  sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, p.r
annum (present .a*"},  ^ -'
total Assets over $16S.. .8,oo..w.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
���      ������i.   i        .ii      _-_aa----a--*-M--~~------������-���     mi       m     ������
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the column* of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
;lf you want second-hand gooda you
can obtain thern in our other depart-
ment.
ALEX  SPECK.
oe��ese��o<
i
ASK YOUR GROCER  FOR
ROBIN MOOD FLOUR!
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST  ARRIVED.
J    For  Wneat,  Barley,  Oats, Chops,  Chicken   Feed,  Bran,   Shorts.   Hay,
+     etc., ask us.      We will  see that   you   get   it   promptly.
+
+
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
i
j
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA STREET.
P. O. Drawer 100.
PUBLIC   MEETING.
A public meeting of the citizens ot
New Westminster will be held lu the
council chamber, City Hall, on Friday morning. Ma> ll. at 10 o'clock,
(or the purpose of receiving a large
and Influential delegation from the
prairie provinces, who are desirous of
laying before the cittsens of *New
Wwtmlnater their plans for the pro-
lii-ed Canadian exposition and Selkirk
centennial, to be held In Winnipeg in
ha year 1912, with A view to lntvrest-
ng this dtv and dlatrlct In the socpo-
-ition, and Obtaining their co-operation and support.
The gensral public being specially
Interested are iv.ii.'-tvl 10 attend the
iitti-tliig.
\V. ll. KEARY,
Mayor.
JOHN A   l.EE.
President Board of I'nuie.
New Wesimiiisiit, B. C , May 8, IV09
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
rALFRED   W.   McLEOD|
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 82.
*+++++++++++++++4
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PAGE SIX.
THB  DAILY
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former bs dost poorly, lu tti,- latter
>., fugs     Tbe c'i Mf.-n do Httts ��">rK
���nd that poorly.        On puge ALA    US
leacbsr for iCeofers la |iVM ������    _Pss
1_ K. Frith       That i��� auout the WOi  '
FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
APPLELAND
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ESTABLISHED
1891
INCORPORATED
1905.
Mail Service
Baseball
SCHOOL REPORT.
New Westminster Baseball Association
(Continued  from Page Knur .
CITY LEAGUE SCHEDULES, 1909
Mii>   11   -Cubs v>   Voung Liber.il-.
.M;i>  14���Russells vi-.  Young l-i-is
Ma.  18���Cubs vs. Balmorals,
May 22   Balmorals va Young Lio'l-
May 26���Balmorals is   Russella,
May 29���Cubs va Russel I,
.lun-..  1 ��� Voung Lib is vs. t'ubs.
June   ,".���Balmorals vs   Cube,     ���
June   8���Young  Lib'is vt.  Russells
June 1
June 1
.!un.-> 19���Ru-selli vs. cms.
.be made  snnuallj  of t;..-  ACT) \.
state ol tbe scbooli ibowfng ____g_
Iother  thlngi  the standing  anj   _r.A
iof ti..  ���..,. . ��� of i. un ������ boot,     un
'page BUCXX1 ol tbe   last    tvporti
July
July
July
July
July
July
Julv
July
July
A u %
Aug
Aim
Following are the hours rf despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given iu
each case being the hou- of closing,
which is half an nour. ___ a rule, be-
tore tbe actual de-va-tch. All mails,
unless oL_f%j^vi_e stated, are despatched and received daily except Sunday
The only maili dispatched and received Sunday are the C. P. K. -outb
and C P. R. east mails, not including
the way maib, Sapperton, Frasei
Mills and Oo,jui:lac_.
Ma,Is Despatched.
6:00 i.ui. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous nighti���Vancouver via
0 N R. Owl." Victoria except Wednesday,
i 30 a w.���Vancouver via U. C. Electric r_iiwiy,
Sumai imi Seattle, including all L'.
S. Points east and south, and point*
between New Westminster and Hunt-
Indon, B.C., via C. P. R. south. Co-
���qultlam, Sapperton and Frase:   M.il-
__. a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and 6outh;
also all points between New Westmin-
ati i and Blaine, "_ G. N. Fl.	
Note���Cloverdale and district  (Clo-      i      - -.ransc-ontinental railway
vei  Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Allu-. i . im.vi.-_    dining _'r!>,
��� nd   Kensington   Prairie)    Haz.! ud  dining car,      At-
mere,   Port  Kells,  Hall's Prair'..  ar.. ,��� ..... UM)      -    . :n..
Ni    ���    1.   leSpatcbed ;vi'y except on  I B ad other sou hers
Sun ;;i.*. .   Clayi  n,   U  ndsy,   Tues';: 1:13 train for  \4
....'..    a:. 1   Saturday;     Tynehead -. (tm      Week end tickets
r. ;,orl   an    InSpOCtOr   could    give. It
.!    a. .iin* l   Vn    .oung   i.i,I_,   win.���"
is   false        MiSS   Ki Ui   did   U"t   '��� ���'��� :'
ons da.'   Iii  1901      1  know  tbi
from having seen it..' teacbei s name
In the ��� I  rag!' tor,     is ii  no   ������
i.. the departmenl  tha.
word ahOuld   . <��� Iiih-i BMir.v  to cb-.ii
young lad) tttaa tbe damaging n
Bgal ��� ��� bei with rsspi ���
Ki������ fers r-. bool in these *���
;.  ��� I here m---   i.- bei   U l
.., ..   havi    similar fai ���    stati ���
Lgalnal tbem; because srhi "
atti :   was    brougbi   before the
....| tr ivi,.,. oonvem oo In
...  nl    di b na: ���    complained
��� the unral sbnlt) ol tbe n
Cowardly  Attack.
ll.i  page All of tbe  Reports . I   1 ��  I
thla i- found lo s pablii
ii ; n    -  ���    ���
\. ��� ir-- d    in   loaking     i,
-     ...   bSI   .   tbe   l.M'Al'Alll.r..*.
lo the | rofeealon    would    be ��n
uu   ...ii:      \..    ..'   tb,    R. ,
tbi-.     Is       round      lu     '���'������'
uperinti nd nt     ol     education i   re
mai ki Boms   "i     oui    ti <���
nb.,   :..      NATURE   and     EUl ���  \
: ION     .���"   TOTALLY     UNK11 I til)
for  v'..   ��� --ia  of  Instructing  ".
A v, ol an.. ���!: '        bowever iaolated
...re y. ��� ��� oabied, aftei being dlsn
tons of one diet i
:.. an ������ ;��' ntmeni In ;���. totbei �� ' -
i be n.ui.. . ol  these  WKiw
i if p V8S \<;.:. nbo    .  i: ���   waj
moail.   :; ��� ii. are  srell  knoa o  to
���   ,   ..,.;���.i- Ifl    Bl PHE
OU  I ��� .   Sl MMARII.V CAN
. BLI-ED "
It Is 1 m-'aih to besu I of t
V1CTIMIZBD bj
INCAPABLES an;,  long- I
..v> llatioo .' tbi   o.
\-. I I um.
ll..iul  Cty   Mills.
Carnarvon and Tenth.
l(..y.'| A Venn.- an | Bigbtb
lifi.i \>. li i. and T �� fifth.
Bl   M.ir)'���   Hosplta
nd  and   I'.'ih   Ron
. .'lumblu and 1 luff, iin
s.i,ip. i ton
itan Paci|
���rttlab c,
,c KaiJv
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I.
Roya] Coiuuibiun bo pli ..
Qui. n s   \v<-iui.  and Sixth
; bird Ai. '..I- an,i .*-'���.ond
I Iftb   Aviiii.   uieI   |..,,-lb.
���        I   Iftb     \V,.|I',,     ,,!i,|    I     ..||l|i
ll   I     \\" hie     ,l| | i.
. :..   aad Bistb,
i   .-, bsaki   \i ii bias W '
.   : in,v.,i aa i lii Ki sal*
...   i   i'  it  Station
l.    Small  &   ll.i. kiln  Mills
WHEN  GOING EAST
_8K THE TICKET AQBNT
'in si vi. -i 00 OVER
'THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Bight Trains i rarj  Da) la lbs Vi_r
iii;twi.kn
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Canad
Way
Olumtij
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NORTH WESTERN.
VA'. .;    .       -,,    , ^
8. 8  Jain
I * a ..     ...
*.'   - :.���   .
v.   Ic School  teachers duriag  UW1 ��� ���     Jlon tbem t.. t.<
a:  Kt- f ���-_.   Mi-,,                 The .'ACI
Is J. N. Muir taaghi everj da;, of tin
term of 1907 a: Keefen and '���,   ���:������������- .     -f two or three teaeben   *   *
(ns   salari   direct   from   tbe   K.i ��������� ������ . ���  i.,l . \.--   :-.���   ,
Young Libia vs. Balmorals OEkse, y+t tbe school report! havi thi n Ibe ��� ism ������' ��� ���'    -  sti
Russells vs. Balmorals.        indaoitj   ... itate tbai  I    era      _ I -.   whole    paragraph                  -i
wbo  taught  tbere.     in.-   tie- ...           leacb'      i ���'���
Young Liberals. Ipartmenl ought to knoa       t  I   i contaii          b a severe ���
June 22���Cubs   v
June .it��� Russells vs  Young l.ib la   thai J   N   Muir is sol a  Mi-s     Vttn n..;..n of   tht*   Oovernmeni i
June 29- t'ubs  va   Balmoral same PALSITY Is found wJtb ���-   ;-���     li Ib aatonlabtagl) boa li printed ��uc.i
3���rtalmora'i vs. Young Lib'is 'to tbe  North   .���    I  - which B
E   Balmorata  rs   R..--1I..       i��.'ar. on  page Hi.XXXlI. where It i-
:������   Cuba vs   Russells. Stated vat I taught th. r.- during l��u.
��� ..��� .,:,:... kl'.-r.   :u  thai  rx'ra. t       Vr
v   .   to .'    the rer.l-.fttre ,,' tlio-f
I hai     ��� ��� -.
lly ca:   . ;.-:       i|..w  oould  a  ��"���
'in-nt   permH   o      " ' ���       '���      | aftei
Ws '
a   scat, hint;
ovei ^Ignatur. ���   Of Itg 0#a
oScial Bar        lbs   go ���
13���Young i_i!.<--rai��� va   Cubs   IMS sad tbe TRUTH is thai i did _      ���      | rxpla(n   ���       Ic did not tab
17���Young Lib's vs   Ruisoii    taach tber one da;.   ;i UKW      It eras
20���Balmorals vi   Cnbi aaotbor Miss ���    uiu> taught ther.
14���Young lib'Is va Baimoraia in the >ear 190. Tbem maj :���
.7���Russells rs, Hal moral��. hundn _s of other atatlsttcs Ju.t
30��� Russells vs. Ci s M    f;il��--.      Tln-sr    I    know    p^mon-
3���Cubs  vs.   Young  Liberals, .ally.      They   nt+  found   la   tbe  3 71.'.    -.ther    io be    victimised"
7���Cubs vs   Balmoral*. I annual I Spot I issued January. .'1. LM9    wl U tl ���'     SI       ��� i tbe children "���  Hi'.
10���Russells  vs    Younc   l.ltria. ITUe proves tJiat  0__  Miuist-r of  _M | be in ���'  '-''v    I    '���    ��� "**
Aug   IS��� Balmor ).. vi   Young Li.'lg  cation   took   no  Steps  to dvoy   th.-*.   w i,(, verb totally unfit to t��-ach      l��d
Aug.  17���Cubn  vs   Rnaselb errors,    although    his attention     wa     |{   bave  fav   Ip    ���    edocation dl
Saturday games   ommeaee al ���". p in   palled to it by  Premier M Tirid-- ..      ent.    If nol    ������       expect saj ���'
Week day games itart al I 80 p.M   lai^d u. his Kn:��.-r t-. 9+ ui Augus'   ... to bave faith lo it'    l* '.ht�� ic ���    SVBUDSUS   lit    LdUd.tdfl    Hum__le__
��� 1 , 1       I'OUi.   19oT. - anothit  FAIRY   TALE!       Ut  ��"     *    ^ " "'      "u'"w,luu
ThU ��bow8 the utter inr-laibliit.'. o'   .              -   ��� goveraa.   I
'the  BCbOQ*   n-[K)rts ;.   things I-        ���
Damaging   Hepcrts. ��� ��� '    ,'   ' .'   BliOW
On page A42 of th.- Bebool K��*port" ��,,.,.,.[   , ��� ,   .   rlcUnuaad- <yrtl
��� be   ii. �� ��� ��t   and   bSSl ��.:.,
;or   COMPORT. CONVENIENCE ALASKA .      .
LUXURY      it   Is   lijihttd   ��   h   both      j
It)  and ku",  '..'ir  -MMI   brlVlarV
ly  III.i :.:..������        1    I ;.���
Seat 0 i.sl-t    of ;���rival'   .   ���
��� 1   It,   ��.-. :l,,n   lie.-;,
sre,    iuxurl.'Us din;ng  car,    recllnlnK
chair oara  .-���    -  I ���   I, Bodera da?
_ry and  ��m-t
m ��� ��� MS
Por Time  Tables   rolders, or  anv
furth.-r Information call <,n or ��.-. i
F. W. PARKER.
7:1.1 ... r. -., '.  A v.-iiue. Srf-a
' ,lt     Ksj      ��� .    ���     , ^_ ,.
���J
NOHTMEHN   H   C    HOUTt
-rtaonsa i .....v,.
March 13 Bl
I'nnciss    May       .       .._.
'���'    I -V,
B    C    COAST  MAIL  SERVi.l
Hs w<-   ��� aa ai
. ���   .   Miir  '
QUEEN   CHARLOTTE     .������.,
8ERVICE.
I'rlr. .;..'���    .
Marr- rd   A;  .1 3d
A  UMOHU   m-Sk
ACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
|for   1906-1906   i"   found       "Keefees ���   ,���     ������      ; ���*. afl       --' ���  cana   ��� I
|-B-p_Cted   April   26.   J��M>6.       The   UHK ������  ll   il folrj  tal         11
r.f the school Is poor      The leach* ol   then al ���'��� I   i   anail   inch a
does   very  little except \o bt-a.-   r.-ci ,.,.,.
KejulalJoiui.
tatlcns  and   try   t,,   k.-e-,   ,,r<ler
Tl.-
ntln i-.J   ���. .;i   i'
HcTI Tl I
11
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13.
Office, Eighth  St.
an i '���'. m Accord, Wednesday and :;
T.if-se  niiiil.s   are   all   n C
_a:.*.e da] ; atchi I.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victor:.
Central  Park, via B. C.  Electrb
--    ���
"  ."' ..,--... Vancoorer.
in. straw    '- ���   Hul,
. .   ,    -v it_    ,; ��� -.vtiMer
cbnriei    1 ni  Any ur.. Friday).
1:30 p.m.-EHSt B'vnaby, by foviT   M;,,^:.!   U/afprt
2f.o p,n.-Burquit:i.i:  by i -"    Mineral waters
.HO   p.m.���Ladner,    Port   Gulchon, j
Westham island and Sunbnry,   daily
, x. epi   Sunday;   V. -    v.'   r 1.   Tui    I
Thursday and Saturday,    via   "J.   C,
Bruce."    (Steveston   mail  >:--;������'
and   received  via Yarn ��� ivi    I
8:30    p.m.���Vancouver   and    Piper
:-��� . og, via r<   N  R. nr'r'h
4:00  Vancouver and   B irns ij   I
vi-t B  C   Electric railway.   8a1 irdaj
iin exl      ' i"v al bed  to   Vic-
,,       -, -i Vancouver at tbii hour
i    Ine an l Beattle, Including all F.
B  |    ni   .   it and wntb   via r>  N. B
"Fli
i p.o     C. P. R. essi
BT M
l.t i Is   Receive-!.
<',   |5       -��� v       V     '-' .:'!< .     IU
eluding -II V. 8. poln      -a 0, N. R
"Owl "
9:00 to i    ���' i ������'     -trawbi rry Hill,
by courier i'iv     i ; Friday).
��� 20 a m - -Vani o i cer and (except
Tm -day) and \ lotorla, via H C Ele^
trie railway.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier,
8:30 p.m.��� -Hlaiti- and Seattle, In-
rludln-. all O, B, points; also all points
1:80 p.m.--Easi Burnaby, by courier.
8:30 a ni.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via <;  tt, R-
10.00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and (Tuefl-
!
fare  for
trip
ED. OOULET,
Av :,'
C   B   FOSTER,
A       tant G'-neral  Passcntr^r   \
_E.r.-_��"-'s..
<_V-..C-fc -TA_.��-, '2T_ 7_J. '
a��RINCE RUPERT, B.C.
������
Co'i.
It
J. P. Galvin
i.k his  r.v
tronagi       irtn
n' .-. ilie v... i -i that h>. '
Moved
bl--   ��� illor  shop  from  Sinii  vi-.-i   to
Smith Block
A great city i. apringing   into   bemg
s Prmce Rupert���the city   of  d��st'ny.
Prince   Rupert  la the ten-nut   o'   the   G'.i' J   Tan.    Psci'i-
 the  emporium of  Northern   Bnt'sh Columbia,  A jt.i  and  the
Yukon���the  centre  of  the y-eat  fishing  mduif/  o(  th��  north���
and  destined to be  one  of ths  great commercial ar"d lltdlisti I
centres of population on the   continent
BETWEEN 2,000 AND .'.400 LOTS WILL BE OFFKHtU
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC ALCTION IN VANCOUVER. B C.
MAY 25TH TO 29TH Terms���on.quartrr cash; balance one,
two and three years at nx per cent mi.rett. Titles art abso
lutely indefeasible, which means that all t.t es are guaranteed
by the British Columbia Govrnment
No city in th�� making ever pretented to the world greater
possibilities than Prince Rupert. W'at 8��n Francsco ��� t.
California���what Portland is lo Oregon���what Seattle is to
Washington���and what Vancouver is to Southern B C. Prince
Rupert  will be to the great  developing  region   o'  the   North.
For reaps snd further    particulars,   write
C. D. RAND,
Agent for OSvSNU-Snl and Railway.     Vancouver.   B,   C.
T".,. '
";_PT!.W.r?at.
day,  Thursday  and Saturday)   Wood- i
ROOM 9,
ward, via Kteumer Pavodnte, (Btevi
ton despatched and rscalvad via Van- ,,,,,,,������     , ,,   (,,lllinl)hL   ���,,,.,., :inil
couve'"') ci .ii    'i   in el   nearly opposite Tel<
��:3*J   l"   '   i"1    r    p'  K-   ���"*�� pbom offlc.   and hopei to bs tbvored
Bapperton, Praser Mills and   Coiin.t-
lam.
1:00 p.m.- Vancouver, Central Par.
and  PraSI r Arm.
win. il  tlnui I pstronago In tb'
���I. '.���        i
:00 p.m.���Sumas   and .i ati
i���
eluding ��ii C s. point'i nnd pnlnl b.-
iwpcti Huntingdon and New WSKtmts-
eter, via c. P. R. south; alao Praser
Mills    *
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone B508.
42_2H2asaH_�� _
Manuroctuitrt and Dnatnt* tn AU A.n_* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lumed Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
,'FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing end Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone^l2. Naw Wei I minster
>m,. -���*���"��'-
At) available numlntot.s l.oii ���va
lu the railnar Mt In ilrlt.ih t'uUta
bi��. tiiar i". basaastaadsd it kay poraos
��� ho  la   IkS  SOli  t)��ad  ui  S tt
sr..-  male over IS t��-ar�� or age. t.   t_-
extent   of   om   ...art��r   BSCtlQS
��r:����, n��or��    -
Knirjr  must ..;  ��������
4. ,��:,d . ffl  ���
��� hlch the land  la  Bttast*    Kntry bj
proxy may, bowever, ;e made <>a certain c-ndltlons '.  Um (all ��� v ���'"   :-
���on.   U:ifli"��*r.  : ro'.b**" or I ��� '   I
Hag - SMStS I Ser
Tbe : .��.������!
Um soaditii :.s eoai set-d
with    under    one    of Use    f .    -    .
plans:
ii>   At Mas) all um. ii��
slid iTs'lon of  tb.   Uu 1     ...
. . Ml ���' ���' tferSS ie��rs.
(21 If til* fl'.hcr .. ��� BOtbftr, If th-*
father is dSOSSOSd}, of tbe borne-
���fader resides upon a farm In th-'
���.Iflnlt-i of the l*"d enl.r*d for. tb*
requirements aa to rt-aldenco mar be
���aliened by such p.rson resdlng wlta
ihe father or mothi-r.
Pl If tbe settlor baa bis ptfMHI
'ent residence u;<.a fafrniua land own
'���- by him In the vicinity of bis borne
��� lead,  tbe  requirements    as    to  n*sl-
dSOCS  in*)   be  SattgBM  by    nil.  in''
i u;Kin ibe laid land.
S:x motitlis' notiie In writingShOOld
> Kiven io iii' Ooaualssloai rotD ���
ni..., Lnnds at Ottawa ot lateatioa to
I apply for patsnt
OOAL    Ooal mliilriK rigbu may be
least..I fur I    I  .   1 .,f t a . :.: i-r.n,. y. ai r
! at  an  annual  rental  of  $1   i*r  am-
i Not   more   tbaa ISM ... i     lbs
��� ���!  to ono Indivblii il  or criiimny
A royaltj at thi* rate of five ci>nts per
lion aball ;>e eollSCtS. on    Ihi    n. r-
i ibsntSbls OOal mined.
W.  W. ('f)ilY,
Deputy of the M'nlrter of ��h�� interior
LP  Itiv
fiearer���
Prom    New    '.'. �����������   _
VVednei t��y and  Friday tt I aa
ft ��� rhiillwa k I      '-.
ai |  S.!   rday *���  :  s
For   msmtllMI   ��:.1   mtoraiai
���all or s Mrass
r.M
Aaent.  .*.>��  \'....-   m��
laat. Oen. Pass   Ar-   I   v.nmat*
J    V.    1 ||
QecereJ gin*, i '��� ���       ���   ���.   ��� -.
Scnt#0n Approval
Til  K:
Laughlin m
FOUNTAIN PFN   ,
RED  GEM
Wnt IriK   I'm. i!
60   VIAR3*
EXPCRIENCI
Taaoa Mansa
Dcsiono
Coi>vaioHTB Ac.
Scientific American.
I ai_lHimilT iP_in.l.-.l w.ae.lr.   r-nrnol elr-
W..IUI.,.;   .four MUl-.l.lln )..,,r.,_l.      ...rm��  for
MUNN &Co.s,r',D*"u,w*,to York
111"'* OtiSrim I' 1*1- W-lnusi .... I>. C
THE HOME PAPER
la   llw-   I'iiI'-t   Tbat   Print!   All
Iho       Home      New).
The      Daily     News
10c   U   Week.
Grand Trunk Ry
|E,cell.nt Train Service W**
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Icfm
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
ONTABIO, QUEBEC snd
Also to BUFFALO.   ����       0*
fSlUDELPHIA, Jh*Sti
Kerli..'"'1'1'1''   ', ���
GEO. W. VAn*' ,,
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MA.   10,  190��'
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE MBVIMI.
euift^
^0|rrss of Canada ls Must..-. _ br  (___ i_f. ..   ,
j.njt Cocoa m tbe world ia n-.sile  | "
tbe
COWAN'S
PflRFE.CTION
COCOA
ur���t and the best and la fast beei--. ng ,,,.,-,
u Ul ' i i r,id sa:
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TOKO)-, TO
SCHOOL REPORTS
...    I'    v     ..IX.'
Wi.ii Watdi
,iiidH-
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cbool  tl    '���
hing.     A
t a   -.' scfto >
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i ������ -part-
deci-
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-
report.   In   ,   ice  ���-1 the one that was
given io 1 :    -. '
Strange   Mistake.
dn  I*, i- ;  .,f    tboee Baaottt
i: -19 it Mies Untie
M'-K'-i' -       passed    tbe
Ihigh   ��� ��� .\_iii iiiition. Tile
.   .,..-_   b'-r  tb-
certiflcai .   - ���"n given ��� -
that  th : rtntod  ">'  rnls*
!uke for       ��� Flora Hod
Any on "*fJ '- u" '���'"
are noi In snj   !>arU"
;Cular.      i -ment that    -
o   m  :.
���taten ��� i "        Wbm   - '
have tbat
MUs Mi Id B ' sctn
��� a- -l 1    ' ���
:, eni print-
���i
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tificate       I
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LAWN GRASS SEED
AT
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Ryall's Drug Store
P^-'NE 57.
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If an Invito in-   ���
he  mor
i.     is it a-or li
any-
-   ���:
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ill  Its
'  pori
'   ���   -
W.  C.  Chamberlin sells diamonds that flash their rays bright.
And sells at a price that is fair and  is right,
Glittering gems that appeal to the eye.
Best  earth  produces and  money can buy!
m^lii*-    ���' ��� .*       . , -   ���
���
���
.-"
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE   AGENTS   HAMILTON   4.   LONGINE'S   WATCHES.
Kit.
Ins,.-
-
���
���
"The Milwaukee" mm> VEAL POKK
���
Q unto*
May  21
Ju-e  -1
!'
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
I  ���
THE        DAILY NEW
Weitm niter',  Honr.,   Pspsr,
Wonder'.1   Change.
..   '.IX  of  V -
do    ti..- pui.
id an tm]
I       :    - - '
:Iffi  - -.���   ,    -tlon. ii.  :
.���-;.   -       '���   one,  published   I
"The P one.r Limited," St. Paul to
Chic jo, Short L r.e." Omaha to
C- cago, ��� South Wtst Limited"
Kansas C *y  he Chicago.
No trains in  ���U on
a  ilie   world
u
Pan! Railway.
.nn  and  i
and dining ear- r trains and
.*;- ns  au ���        ence    of
-  -.    > not       ��� . ��� - .ere.
n. s. r.'j'.vK, - -  -     \---.i
Alder Po-iand, Or
Fresh   Perk    Sausages   daily.
Best   cf   Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Prime R.bs B+nt
Choice
Juicy   Steaks. t
Phone 192
McMENEMY _ ANDERSON'       Columbia St.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
��� IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Electric Railway Service l
KEARY HILL
Select Residential Suburb
One and a Half Block to Car.
If vou will take the time to come with me to Keary Hill only five
minutes' i'ide on the street car from my office, you willJBgW
ape,- on the point that it is the choicest location for a homesite in all
New Westminster City. . ,
From its high altitude it commands a most beautiful view of the
��ity, tlie waterfront and the Fraser river.
The residents of Vancouver can best appreciate Reag Hi when
they can view it from the point that it is to New Wtotminstei what the
west. nd is to Vancouver-the select residential section.
Being situated on the corner of Stateuke****** ��tiK
Due if will front rfcrht on the proposed Eighth avenue ti am line, tne e
R lhe I'Lidents of Keary Hill will have the very best of tram service
&t their door.
This property is now offered for sale to the public on easy terms.
Make an Early Selection
i -.lr. vour reservation.   A small deposit will give you preference on any
���,,,���' g��USiUttlM_U E **ofc-
The Opening Price is $225 .Per Lot, irrespective of
the location.
one-quarter eat*, balance spread over a period of two year*.
Term, for the next three day. V ^       ^^ ^^ ^ ^
REMEMBER, Keary Hill is only a block ana a
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
honr from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leares Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minute., for botb Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offic.- on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between S: 30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ud
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
WE   ARE  READY TO  SHOW
you how it ls cheaper to buy our
bi-hclas* building materials
thun it is to purchase the poor-
er kind. Wo can point to
buildings bulk wltb our materials truit never need repairs.
We can point to so_o_ others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness ll**?'
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
s
I
P-torte 170
W. J.  KERR
New Westminster,.
B. C.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++*+*+++++++++++<
Special Bargain
Flve-qulre bos beautiful azure linen
finish paper ln either of two s'.zes, and
five packages envelopes to match, regular price $2.00, this week only
!
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
boo;.   _LLEf.s
8TATIONERS NEWS DEALERS
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Rubber, Cotton,
and Wire Wound
HOSE
IN   SEVERAL    DIFFER
ENT   GRADES.
| NEW ASSOCIATION Ifij,
j      NOW FOSTf-i LACROSSE
_   Four   Clubs     0pganil,    League    WUh
Strict   Amateur Basis���Westmlh
tier Joint  Dissentient-.
Coffees
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OUR STOCK IS LAF.GE AND   fl ;"'"":   *"1' "'    M',;,!" l'':iU '""'
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YOU   MAY   BE   SURE   TO  GET    ��� ^ .   ���   ,,,.,���,���,      ^  ^^
THE RIGHT THING. ���  ....   oo    Ba   intoj     at  n    tneetltig m
J     ���::.��� ers   ol    tbe executives oi   lbs
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Otficers.
I    ������  offli '    I   :>.. i.'.l   STSn
Honorar.   President ��� Hla    Honor
tbe Ueutenant/Qovwaor.
Honorsi >   Vii ��� Pi   Idsni C,  w\
M .   ay,  W,  B   int. lu.ui.'i.   I    l>   Tai
WE CUT RU3BER HOSE IN *
LENGTHS TO SUIT PUR 4
CHASERS. 4
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET,
The Royal Bank of Canada
Give us a trial in
this line. We carry
The Best
Mocha and
Java Coffee
procurable, and can
satisfy any taste,
well as any
et.
CAPITAL  (PAID  UP)
RESERVE  FUND. .   . .
TOTAL ASSETS  ...   .
. $4,600,000
. ...300.000
.  53.000,000
It is the aim of this bank to provide
| not  only  a sa'e and profitable deposi
jtory for money, but a  place  where  its
depositors  may feel  that  anything  the
management   can  do  for  them  wil   be
considered   a   pleasure.
lor,  m i'   (Westmlnsti n.
President  -ai   LarwlU,
vn ��� Pn sldents     s    Lowe,    \.. j
M i, .:.  ���   vn. Ps. -
S- . ;. :..:.>    I i.-.i-aiir :        B     M.i������
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Executive Council   -   \   McDonald
Leo Bweeneyl   Victoria);  n   W   Ann
.-.tr<.nn. A. li. Oodfn > . V \ C I. K ii
Bummer, v C Paintei i Ifapls \j si -1
j. I K.\i-. . D  K  Munn (W sunln*terj
Tlie op.ni ik jtiuii. Still ��� on -Mu>
:i. whvn .M:tj.i, lit..- will , laj- tne
Victorias i��, ... b s will bs drart-
>-.! ;tt .i ii..- '���:. ... i .���   la��� night
Referees-
The  folio* ng  refi. ���     irei       ��� ���
appointed    Fred  Murraj  aad O*   |<
Odd)    M.i;.i.    ly if a;   Robert     D��wsr
an 18   Peele   Victoria   Oeorr   I  I   ���
i and Joeepb Reynolds, V  A  C . C  D
.  u l J  -i   Mal "ii.   V   wnlnste.
New  Westminster, B. C,  Branch
F. B. Lyle, Manager
Young and Old Alike
BOWLING
as
pock<
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
'   music,   and   every   r.ome i
-     ���-. a Piano.      Thi     .1
���ie like what th<-> ar*<- r ���all.. ,
.. family circle.
we  nrv   nh'i*�� ll
���. nai  i ilues.
J. II. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
Houses Painted
In  ArtiSil,- fo!. r
WALL   PAPER,   PAINTS.  OILS.
j    lK-K^nnlng on  Tu.   ...��   ..ud COUUnu
lag f<T tt..    ��� v       . ,:    -. all bowlers ���
, who wish to cat. li lilacs on tba two
'ivinis wlll havi- tn gat Into ��orK Serl
[onatj   for only    averagei win count
lit   Is     proiioeed   to  h"!d    ���   ni'rl'-s   pl
(nines, tbs first of irbich  wi.i <<*���.
Iplace   t.'tiKirrow.   aiiQ   will    ��� K  Ol
, Bre a . in.   aa I of the serte*
th>-   (!:-:   ti-.,-   blgb  ...���..���-.  will  con
..   Mo       :.iini. sod  tii-   n.i. fl\-
twin make up T-mu ,\.. I     Tin, ��I1J
gl .������ ..I sa ��� qoaJ i baaot ... ;:. ik.- goo ���
sad it-t th.. tit,, tn ti. attle
To Usance ttiis trip t.. take pan m
tbi   Wr-V-m    Bowling    OongreM    st
Bcattle, all ar- helping, aad thi
.ill art j_iv. ri ., ebani t lo tna ���   ������">���:
aad share la tbi        i thai  wlU
Pound lng Uu    ��� ��� .' ���
Tli.- iii!.-;. ��� are Id
l.>r thl : .   ���
now        i. Bowling '1
menl j
... sl sod 11      . ��� .
.   Ma. Bi
Columbia bowl-
.-in  will    Bei
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ent coi i
.. ibe boa I
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part that d
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GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Funeral   of   John  Carty
funeral of thi
���x-olii--f of polka , mu ial -������
eortegi    ���
I imi).   - -ii- bi t,   Tenth   - reet,    b.
rwo o'clock  for  :hi- Cbttrcb of   I
liitifi cemetei     n. lading s n i
Hon from Kinn Bolotnon lodge  N
\   f a-   \   |_    Th,- paltbearei    n
18.  li   Buchsaaa,    K.   Jack ���     c   H
Ki-ltti. i.  \   i/������  Th<.m.i- Ovens, snd
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  vica ion ��   ;.,,!\ .. i
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Doane, Bailey & McKay
Agents Vancouver Vacuum Carpet
Cleaner.
Front    St.,   Dominion   Trust    Building.
Lever Brother Toronto, vrfH send vou
free i r-ike ..f iIh-i: famous Plsntol
toilet    oap, i:   you nn   i   n   this  paper,
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Ladies' Blouses
in new and stylish designs, long or
short sleeves.     Prices  to suit al!
purses.
�����
Sam
TME WHITE MOUSE
O
A. J.
BIRTCH.
| 617   Columbia   Street.
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Tbe   M.'i "iii ��� !��� ���
Woi blpful   Master.  T.
K.v   Bolo   '-.   I.
.rnong   tho,.-   att< ndlsi     ���������  re
Q "���   'I    M l.v.   U . ������.-   I. hi;.
nan  i    .. ion   Ro     lamteson, aa
v.    -  of  Kim;  Bolomoa   l-oii.-.
Bi ��� ,   -      W II     Di   l'   I'   Bi
v.     md  i Q Oamon, ,i   \\
imoi     tbe    civic    offlclal
1      i   of    Police   Mcintosh,    Officer
Johns o i     Buperlnti odi oi ol    \\i,;f i
Furne     ind Plumbing Inspector J J
'i i. -i ..-��� soi ..i the dei ��� s_ea
(V. N : !���'. C : and Henrj Cart) ti
tedded a. i hl< f monrners, Many Dor
al tributes waa s<-nt from bieads, In-
ciud ik flowers fi-om various orjpui-
iMti'niK with which deces ' ! v.
< on*1 ected
Th.- funeral arrangemsnts wars ���'���
fldently carried out bv o. Murchle
1 .J.-.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block,  New Westminster
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
: -m p[NE HQME
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On Sixth Street, close to Electric,
6-Room Cottage,
$2700
One-third cash, balance to arrange.
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.!
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rtMmmmm���m^am������������^mmmmm^mm^mm^im
COLLISTER'S
Week-End
Store News
A budget of seasonable offerings in many lines. Wo
present here a list of prices on goods which cannol be
duplicated. Every article is of the most dependable
quality. Abundant choice of Dainty and Attractive
Whitewear���well-made whitewear garments of every
description here in marvellous array. Hundreds of
new styles are now on display. Garments singly ��
in matched patterns throughout.
Ladies' Corset
Covers
of th. finest Sh_.r lawn. tnrrr>-,��d with
Valenciennes inse.lion; others with
bands   of   ���Tabro.dsry.   .,ii|��   torn,   o*
thr n��*.e��t styles shown ar* rrade of
allOver errbro'dery in fine srrsl v*\
���'���������.    j'I  sires, each   J- ___   i-,  Ji
CAMBRIC CORSET COVERS in all
�� res.  each.   35c   to  %i -'-.
Boys' Blouse and
Suiting Materials
Mater.a'j rr.c.t r��liable in quality,
.ittrjci ve in design and pernianent III
color are those which we mention here
as being the k nd sure to please the
boys. Thor.e who n-.jWe up these rna
ter'als do 'iot wish to waste their time
making up inferior gouas. Note these
specially   mentioned  here:
OXFORD     GINGHAMS     In   light  Or
heavy   Weight   Aith   light   grounds   hav
ing   ne.il     blue     striped   Or     check   de
signs;   three  qualities.       Per  yard,   1bc
20c and 2_c
UNIFORM STRIPES Ifl narrow
striped patterns; colors are light blue,
navy, caidin.il, black and brown Per
yard, 20c and 20c.
STRIPED GALATEAS, ,n l._h�� ��"<-���
dark coloring*,; good weights and pat
terns.      Per yard, 20c and 20c.
CANADIAN DUCKS, a line of mate
rials known to b�� reliable in every respect. This irason's showing of these
serviceable ducks offert a choice of 3S
patterns on grounds of cardinal, light
and dark blues, brown, and white. Per
yard,   15c.
WHITE    DUCKS    AND    DRILLS���
Several qualities In each material.
Ducks are SO inches wide. Drills are
28 inche. We have Just received a
new stock at, per yard, 15c, 20c and 25c
Ladies' Night
Gowns
La*>n   and   car-fane,   prett.l.    t
wi|h   :ece and err.farcidery.     Si- t  r-J��.
round yokes, r. ;e , .nserted * II  :--.'
���ng and  run   wth  , sbon;   ether, have
square   necks  and  trirr.rr^q   srltl. ll
a"d    ei-.troideey.      Shown   In  c.-1-     ���
front   or   Slipover  styles.   Wlltl   icng or
short   ��� revet        Each  f I 00  to MW
Many New Lines
of Fine Torchon and
Valenciennes Laces
In   |h��   lace   .nsert.on   w. I   tw  found
rr-any   new   rarietlei  0f    -   -   ������
It is impossible to m��n! ��� ���   -
���jredth   part   of  the  n-an,   .-,  ������   ll    a
bul    Ar    a����     you   to    loOn    th-Cuj.
sample   books       You   -       ,...>���
�����   ar-e   M,"*.   with   !*-.   ��pe    j    ..  M
ted   therein.
TUCKED  NETS  IN   NEW   BTYLEb-
Narrow   Tucks,     ImltStlOfl
fancy   designs  on   fine   or
The demand for tt-.t* ��e ��� . I nn-'
nets      grows      larger   ever/      -i*i    r^'i
whether   for   waists,   yokes    .lecvet. c
other purposes, there  is a"*:  r   ���
10 choO����    from at our     lac. ccun'.r
Cream,  ecru,  black   aid  w>   U -'
yard, 30c  to $1 00
Clearing of a Few
Odd Lines of
Corsets 95c per Pair
Crompton's   and  C    D    I
several   styles  wh.ch  we   hav
to     carry   In     stock   no     longer       All
sires:    regular   va'u--.   |1
per  pair.       On  sa'e
WE  ARE  AGENTS FOR  MiMO COR
SETS
Th, corset which gives the "'-"���' "'
isfactory   wear and  the  most  SOW or,
to women of    stout    figure.      Sptc''
features make these corsets the ac
of    perfection.       Since     securing the
agency for theee famous American c^
sets many women have given ut      '
opinion    regarding lhe ments .tt   "J
particular   style   purchased   -"ld
by them.       If    you have    f>�� BBsnj
Nemo corset  ask  lo  see them,
Coraet Department.
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