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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
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fiiii BOARD'S GOBI
��W�� Nn REC0VE8ED  CONSERVATION IS        !WHIIE PLAGUE EST [HSHERMEM DES1HL
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SUBJECT Of APPEAL
Chief Forester G. Pinchot
Makea I fseful Suggestions
to American Railways.
RAVAGES IN IRELAND     mmm ilN PRI^
EXCURSION I..VES
ATIRAC1I0N10 MANY
Twelve Thousand Hibernians
Fall Victims Every Year���
L20,000 Affected.
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"roaring;    thai
th. Vi ���   .. i.i Ireland, iir
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s to enlist An.
aid   ,
In lr.. Inst a we: _.
a and ���' sea   ���  I ���
pl>. .i      I.                 :
'���! e   of   In and    hav
Wish   to   Meet     Ca*-v .*ymen
Run   Starts���Ma-_,   Boats
pe_ted  This  Summer.
Before
Th...   Frasei     rivei :             ..   Brill
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od othi ...
tg r.in     The B .    r-aben
Enjoyable Trip to Pitt Luke
Well Patronized - Crowd
Quiet and Orderly.
Wltl     . igers on
board.  :  .   ,-. e_mei   'I r.,;i--      .. ft   the
I-i :
B. C. E. K. wharr ra t<   .      mornlna
reached tl on fi        	
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v.-: ten ... lock :
prim iry i	
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: bave    bi
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"^ad? and Timber.
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Bad ....      ���  ...i,,.
a large 1.111-. ���
t-red against the ��: "hareholdera in th.   eoncern being
donbh In. . ide. among th. m__;
bow-
in
_.ng
lu .out the patrc h  Pa;t In the excursion.
__ --<! a I'��-'r-   ��� Tbi   ...:..,   up  the    Prase,   river
m���t���    ujZ        .   1  '   canneries  wii.   aea and a .   piti   oto the lake was
grants do.r3 we . ill time     it the bulk of ... ed   witbont    incident    tne
��� ; ine ���     Ge.    B   Sm
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jir.i   Is.
the ...... ��� , '  ""   " . * /." L,   ,     '     "    n        '    '    'u
���    ��� thi   population."  �����      -'   a: ��� <���''-'-     ���  ������ ���
,    ��� On Bond y she wil . . ' .       .   ' ��� ��� I        ely a pleasant trij
"���"      to Toron-o   where she wlll s          ,'        '/.'       'te��   ���"!��*�����   tbey   decided    on   '���"������'
Interna--
. keep aU oui ,' of ���
	
"* ��� Boy   Immigran
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���    agri ���        ���  v   -  ���      -. 1 reai I      d -- In u   _  at
1 reoord :������ ��� 11   b      ...  the Pitt Lake iv .     ...._,
.1     ta Venniai one. o'clock.
New Wreck   Commissioner.
Otl
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T    -���'���   ;VV"1 Interest in BricK Manufacture.
-...   nlghi  and   . ..-..,_,
eparing old 01 -0,�� takln--  "���
manufactur.  01
waa    an    unknown    pro ��� sa,
Thi     ���-.   s-as
and -> ���..-  in- own In I      en -    ' brers, m sers,
:
J.  N.  Bro..
no mm is
IN SIGHT IN INDIA
POLICE RAID RESULT.
IN tlliHf ARRESTS
ADVE.KT1SING PROPOSAL
!      WELCOMED IN SURREY
A      ae     '
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ii;.- Spent M
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lv-. Are.
Sawdui-.   Sett 1
by   Bluer.   Sts   Late   .".
Saturday   N.ght.
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et of Cl
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:   Bose   G ves     Sympathetic   Ear
Scheme of Co-operative  Pub
liclty for Fraser Valley.
REVIVE OLD METHOD
Of TRANSPORTATION
1.
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e   Mc     '
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.a  .. od road
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whi the dr.. -.. ki .'.-
also came in for a (bare ot attention.
Tl       chief' interev     centred  in  tbe
Bl :: g   m ; ���      which   pr.-.     -
: ��� . !��� n ���!  . laj   into brick-  ..
.. at the rate ol forty to '
;ni:;uTv.     1 1 rage    da .;-
.; ��>-.-��� 20 ������
Sma     Railway  to  day Deposit-:
ay beds, which an   some iit-
tl�� up    the  mountain,  were
  _. ���        ted by  many,   the Imm :.-���
qua:. clay' uncovi   ��� B
.tpnmp.  T p-*irp*;(.rf.nfl Fork-- : t   "r*'l comment   a -   a I
-learner i_ea\es _*rana rorss . ^ .iiV . U} con,
Fll**        ��� *c- T_*      �� ild'
or V. innipeg For  First . , ,kti.
~,. ->o \- ���'-'  remain d   tied  Op  at
lime in lio 1 ears. when
ird    Journey     wa.   com-
men ed. thi    oat arrivi  . abort-
x-   ,-,    ,        _    -���-,   , Ij six o'i lock.
-    N    D.   Jun.   6.��� ihi-; __.,___.
Wen  Behaved Crowd,
.    lock .1 party consisv
proa_h_ent
- betnvior of the la -���
-   ���     the excursl a
Mi md .. uumber  v,,,. ;:,..  the  noisy
���-     . I Forkers, lefi   this  city  ou .-. ��� elated with hul-
mer Grand Forks fi     \Viuui 5 being 1  nsplcuou-
.       Ihi. Ls :_.  flrsi  trip   lown v.
I M-     V. .a '    :u  ���-hi. cr.;.  to Winnipeg
Surrey ...;-���      prep
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ag ol seven
v mu-  ��� irney  t
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- .'o  Interesti
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.- . district allk<
ositlon ti ��� -'*-:;
on ���
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1101 RII VRM.hlMi WORK
ON INTLRLRBAN LINE
B.  C    E.   R.    Mali rvg    Progress    W.th
Sect.c-1   Bf'.rtcr-.   Central   Park
and Crd.v
FINALS Htl.ll THRU-liH
ISLANO LEAGUE DELAY
Rovers   Eagerly   Awaiting  Opportunity
10   Add   Another   Championship  to
Their   Laurels.
.'���-..:  ..
the  beautiful
Keren    places j
ind v .. riving a-, theii :
.   M mdaj   c\t-aiiii;
ere will be :-        -   ������ bin ��� . the
er   as tar as
Km. 1. ui. Man. and :ii   Canadian gov.
ernmenl   bas  taken  can   ot  the  trip
the balance ol  tha way, so thai  the
...      srtll     ������   -.vt-il  cleared.       A   little
. . I,. ma>  bi- experienced at   Pembina, and i: may be neceaaarj  1   1 tl
crossea Uie nve-  (rom
Pembina to St. Vincent
A launch lu. been Bent a- '���
Emer.in co feet 'be way and nothlnjg
was wicountered on the trip that wttl
be ol any hindrance. The Real River
Transportation Ootnpan. bas oom-
plete charge and the entire par'-y will
_:, Bt�� oi thla company, wh.cn
lm. ,.;' ��� ��� 1 in Grand Porks.
PRESS DELEGATES WANT
STATE-OWNED CABLES
TRAIN   FLAGGED.
Newspapa en at  London Convent.on
Set   G?od    Example   by   Limit.ng
Speeches to Ten  Minutes.
lh.
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t HALL.
issbiib Wiii Di*cu��4 Am ,:
'     ���     Tonight.
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v   lia.11   ,,ii 1
II
,   n.iilr um-
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Bl Itl      in...      tl      '   '     '
thi   11. a .una.. 1
. ���     and  p
and   ������������  !   Up in
\    rlecl Ion '���.  11
,      Ion   on   hi   li
I In the proponed union
..-ui ol ih<- Cubs think U
th< in :.. ,1 sband in-"' '������
��� 11      lll|..;l|. I       tl .ill. I '"
1  m��i  ii.v.   no' . ii
in .1 strong team, some ..i
having droi 1 or W
��� 1 .. ih,. Cubs are well    ' '
i.v.
.
in
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I  , -111
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Ish ��� '      in,,bl'     ''
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tions        rh,   iv"!''-   would
;    etng  led
���, the Babu, and
��� it  C
��� ���- -.-lit
Por some  mont!
on
in      ,,n 1    grad
-. Ith Ihi  al 1 ��� '
progress!! - hsmplonshlp of
Injured
Farmer   Calls   Aid   While   Lying   in   Furrow.
v . pawa   M.m . Jane 8.���H
:   .      The    Westminstei    Eteni ������   '-��� ���'��� an
team -._ keei lng   ��� Ice for
the final of the R C. cup    When that]    N,, ,,_iW t   Man    Juiu, 0__H   NU.hl.
I'i.iv.i   ��� ...i. un< toal   a lanu laborer ol Bden, Is lying
bul *  ���     ���������-. i' comes the b"*- will in ��� ���   local hospital as a renu    ol  ���
,.���iv       The final runawaj   which occurred on h'-a em
���   v ������,���-   <,.    ih. ployer-a farm yesterdaj       lhe team
Ud>smltb   to    th ^.liic)i hi  wM an-uic to a sulk. 1
prtng him ami breaking a
..     '   1 1 it vv
' '��� '" ���'"
,,,,. of   tbem   acknowli
iii.*   ���-
uproai
D.tticuii to Understand
urlou
'The
in
thi
Hi,. Cuba it" drop out, l<
ition ui ih.  .i- ... fstlon i"
.   date    ma le  vacanl   wRI-
. ii-.;   Vancouver,  Belling-
1 othei   outside plsces, w��h
uin.. picked from tbi '"��� ���''���
iv,   ,   ., curlou    aystem
,!,, "The Utuls   ������
native ��ate 1* otten so<     e   ��;;
The  prlncea  wh. ''
,,,���,  Md> hobnob with  tin   King <;   |
,he Bi nee ol Wales  an   <    , \' (,
luul.rrolers  and have abac ^n;
r.-ni power   in il""    "ul   ,        ,,���
_w I    ���'��� "'"'���"'";,,.;!,.     ..<!...
"���"   '-i;"''   ['^"~   P"T the westerner
\, b dlfflcult countn ("' "" "
to understand
Severs     om have been  played  yesterday, but  the
constructed ovi .- .,;,. ;t> n> the league poln b gained
b_ the reap* ctlvi clu is la In quest on,
and  mi  tb-n  '*-  settled  nelthei
will give way.
H aeema ci vain, however, that
whichever team cornea oui winner on
ih,- island, Westminster ihu-m play
borne -unl home cunt- with them, and
consequently the expense ol a trip to
the cos .ii- rlct will be Imperative
\ meeting of the executive and play*
era will be held tomorrow nlghi at
seven o'clock ai Moody square betor.
the practice to arrange (or the (Inane
lng ot the trip, and to appoint a man-1
ager tor the t-aain.
The team whlcb Is expected to rep
resent the city wlll be composed ot
Barbaree, goal; Bruce and Lyons,
backs; Craig, Sawyer and Lock,
halves;   Brisbane,  Shftwcrosa,   Kirhy,
permanent  ��. 1 k 1
ng,
rhi   grade from  the Cedai  >
1   -i ral    Park    win be ���
���   .- present, and cats can bi
a greater  apeed.     Thla Imi
1.  ir r-eSBary  with lhe   : 1
li passenger and freight traffic
pul    upon it.    iKirticuiiuiy    north ol
Central Park, which la almost contln-
iousij    connected    with    Vancouver,
rhi. portion ot the revision work li
1 xpected to be completed during the
summer, utter which the portion 1">*
tween Central   Park   and   this wlll
.���..uu,. inv. consideration, with thi i
,,rf !.. Burnaby substation to <
th..   Twelfth  street  hill
These Improvements are essent'.al
in view ot ih.. early completion ol the
it C. a It extension to Cloverdale en
route for Chllllwacfc
He  was lying hi n  ihe
field    v,iieu ih.     Canadian   Northern
tram    passed      > He   iv.n.iu.,1     ���
summon the engineer and the *min
waa stopped he was pick.'.! up and
brought here. Ha will probablj losi
the limb,
London, June 6.���At a meeting yes-
terdaj the Canadian delegates to the
Imperial Press Conference decided to
advocati statoowned cables at auto*
sequent meetings, all the delegates
:���< lng present, with Thomas, of Adelaide, Australia, in the chair. 1: is
proposed :U-i' aftei the tour there will
be another conference, but this i* undecided. It is staled that Earl Crewe
has asked for tbe speakers' names
lor Monday, but do names were given,
as it was decided, a> moved by M. E.
Nichols, Winnipeg, that the Bpeeebes
on Monda,. be limited to ten minut---.
T he unl. question to be discussed on
Monday, it is understood, will be the
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MISCEGENATION.
Aeropl.ine  tot
Brandon.
a   11   Borbrtdge
r. Conductors,
R��presentatlv<
1,1   r   With  C.   P
.lun..   ..
1 id t the Canadian P>
vny, who have 1 1 (" M
i..i- a week, h;ne sent an ul
o  ih..  compan.    Vlce-presl
1 ti  has hurried lo Montreal
"���*'���'��������� with the fxei'ii'.h.' bs ..1
mi   .1 v. h orte     "
v.ltli Wright Bros
tors <���'  i'""'n
^toi.il   tha'
plac
i, aeroplane
famous 'nven
Ohio      l'  is under
the ordei    has been
.a 1 u��|;��sS_JS-,tb!,����:
Charles Prasei     ' ",,,.,,, ���.,���,  Mr.
met   ,vh-"-.....j ������,  ,ml(-.���.i    bete
tioVw-i.lt-.   '" nav*
..,!,,,   I.n   ��"'K
Million  Dollar Rubber Company.
Ottawa, June -'.���11. s Wllilami  m.
\    rheliiii,  anil  W.   Hove'.   hIv.hv.s.
.lohn I.. Reay, aooountant, and T ��*���
Paplneau, student, 0! Montreal have
been Incorporated as the Miner Robber Co., with n capita] of one minion
. I. >llars.
Park   for   Edmonton.
Edmonton,  June  f.     The  [.-.'v-v ul
government has bought twentj  ...res
next  to  the  novernmem   luiildliiKs  '"
b�� used us a park nt a eosi ot 150,000,
Chinaman Take* White Woman to
Wife In Coal City.
Nanaimo, Jim.. -'��� Kor the Hurst
linia* in the blstorj of Nanaimo, a
marriage ceremony un.k place lust
night  in  which  the  principals are a
this    .EAR'S   immigration Chinaman and a whit,  woman      The
.marriage     was     solemnized     in   tbe
IS OF  SUPERIOR TYPE cb__a��,   i;uior   shop.   When   Rev.   Mr.
  ' Robson, pastor of the Wallace Street
Ottawa, Juu- 6.���W. D. Scott, com*jnethodlat church, united In insrriage
miaaloner ����f immigration, who re-jchen On and Miss Bmma Cadet,
turned today from Quebec, says that j The bride was attended by Mrs. _.
the latest arrivals 'here are of thej Thorn, aim the groom was support,-,
same sui.eior type of Immigrants aa by u.w Ding. The bnde. wti0 gave
those who preceded them this season her name as Miss Emma Carlee,
i��u Friday1 and Saturdaj Ui. Em* states she first met her husband soots
press ol Ireland, Corsican and Prince 'nv_- years ago in Victoria, after which
lohnston and Caydsien, and a reserve
10 be Belected.  torwarda.
Oscar landed 3000 immigrants at Que- ahe left for California an.i rsturnsd
I bee.   most  of  them of  British  origin  t0 British Columbia several days ago
and of    a ela-s    which  the eomiui.
PROPOSAL TO REDUCE
LICENSES STOUTLY OPPOSED
Windsor, Ont, June 6.���The proposal to submit a bj law to the people
to .tu off ten Uquot licenses met w-n.i
a storm oi disapproval at last nlght'a
council int*.tiiig Two aldermen declared they had been canvassed to
vote tor ths reduction.     Other aider
men    believed   the   scheme   originated
with ths iiotii men. who wanted to !-.���
cure tt monopoly,
sion. 1  regards
cellent  settlers
as likely   to  make W
her   Chinese
says  she   '*
QUEBEC
TOWN   WIPED
OUT BY FIERCE FIRE
to become the wife Of
husband, of whom she
verv fond.
lira. Chen On says she wl'l continue to reside in Nanaimo, and IB
the course of a week or so will open
a hair dressers' establishment.
Riviere du Loup, Qm'-, June ���>������
Tlie Uttle town of St. Franco! ��� was
almost completely wiped om b> fire
lai.- yesterdaj Out of twenty-foul
dwellings onlj one remains: Much
Buffering 1- M-ely ro result. The loss
cannot yet be eBtlmated. A mile of
rallwaj track was also destroyed. Tbe
Origin of the fire la mt i.scertain-d as
yet
"Choice Tomatoes" Comes to Trial.
TnUO, N S. June 6���One of the
cases to com.- before the grand jury
in the supreme court, which op-ned
with Chlel Justice Townsend prc-iu-
Ing will be ths K'-ng vs \ ll ilayne,
an election ease tn ahkh "choice to*
matoea" flgitred prominently.
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/ PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
MONDAY.  JUNe  ,
1901.
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL,  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a    fifty cents and did not let the pcoole know anything about it. he would nol  sell any.      You  must teli  the  peop r    ���   -; v0u hJve ,0 *cl ��� w   y thry ��houid   purchase    fl   ���      ,-,_,   dr
thing of the value you offer them in return for their rncney.      too m.iny of us have got  into the habit of thinking that because we have been a ' bu.mess everyone must of neci-mty know
wa ���������*.      Use the advertis ng columns of Tin- Daily News and keep abreast of the I
WHY    iv MAIN    BINGLE?���We can
An.! a congenial life compani
anj    respectable man    or  ���-
Send Btamp for particulars.    Western  1..       ., ment League, li..x 1301,
Vancouver.
;TO RENT- SEX-ROOM HOUSE, OOR-
ner Elgin an.l Second streets For
particulars    Apply    .las.   Uulrhead,
221   Seventh  avenue.
RING   UP    2.".n
mai t   turnout
HACKS   AMI
Fashion   Bl i
WANTED.
WANTED -A WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Applj   Depot   Hotel, city.
WANTED���GIRL
the Royal Ofctj
In    WORK
l-uind-y
AT
WANTED���TENDERS   FOR   CLEAR
ing lota on Six;h Btreet     Applj  ll.
- ofllce
WANTED���FIRST    CL__8S     SALES
ni.-i est pa     '  spi ��� laity   uni
on the mark"!. $125 to J* 100 per
month a oi. ��� t\ ��� asee. Lyon-1 ay-
lor Co., Winnipeg, Manitoba
TO      RENT���FURNISHED
Bulls  li   for young man;
avenue;  phon.- nn.5,
ROOM,
121  Third
THE SCHAAKB
Limited,  Front street,    New  \\.  i-
d ter,     Manufacturers ot modi n
��� ni  and   shingle    mm mai ������������ o<
Mill  plants ,in,i  apeclflcationa  pre*
��� .:.-.1.
WHITE,  BHILE8 _   I   ���
Real  E itate and  Insur ini ���
.  ���     farm and  auuurban    n   ���
260 ���
in REN r FURNISHED Bl
modern bouse, Fll n av.
Vancouver cai line, ..'". p<
in RENT FOURTH BTRI
low Third avenue, '������ roon
cottage; pmt j_i p.-r mont
TO RENT FIVE ROOM HO
Prince s street ;renl f *��� p
. mi\. i i H       WOODWOKKINU
Bi,   an i store Bti
., ���
l i ii| work    Dssi- H-. ai .1 i  l
: U ork
1
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i    Brool
Corni r  i i ���
ii  bos ES i   i'
TO LET ROOM AND BOARD tP
ply .'..'7 Carnari in atreet
ROOMS IN THK PYT1II \N BLOCK
to lei in aultes of two for .. '
housekeeping. All steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light Perms
moderate Apply A H. Fi i Jtteon,
room '.', second floor.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B. C   MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAB
McKay, manufacturer and Importei
of monumental tombi tones, bu Id
son.-, etc    Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street, New W<  tmlnstei
HALE BROS   It CO   I.i D   RE-
tate   md Ina trance   P
Columl ta atn et P, 0 dras ���
WANTED -TO RENT, A MODERN
hou..,. with one acre or more groun \.
fniit trees, etc., near tram lme.
Will lease for on,- year, or mighi
buy if price and terms are right.
Give full particulars tirsi letter J.
\V, McMahan, 1617 Park drive, \ an-
couver, B. C.
WANTED���HORSE   IN   EXCHANGE
on piano.     Addr.-s--  P, O. Box Wi,
New  Wor-minster.
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, also one amall one. Terms
reasonable.     Apply    887    Victoria
stre t.
ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS.
|C. HAMBER ACOUNTANT  AND
Auilltor. Notary Public. Conveyancer. Room 14, Gulchon block. New
Westminster,     P 0, Box 795.
NURSERY.
THK FRASER VALLEY NURSERII -
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
homegrown trull trees phona -ti".
HENRY'S   NURSERIES  -   PACIFIC
Coasl tested seeds, trees  plants
supplies,   etc.     3010    Wi tmlnster
road,   Vancouver,  and   branch  nur*
s. ry at  Sou:li Vancouver.
WANTED���GOOD  DRIVING   HORSE.
Apply :o J. E. Coldwvll,   "The -'air
Columbia Stre.t.
WANTED���Girl  to    as-ist    in  housework.   Apply .29 Royal avenue, n.-ar
Sixth  street.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D. QOODFELLOW   ARCHITECT,
Room It   IVmi.nion Trust  bio.-.
PAPER   HANGING   <_   DECORATING.
1 Hl'DSON. WALL PAPER ROOM
Mouldings. Burlaps, and Sanlla*;
house painting, kalsomining, |..., ���:
hanging and d-H-orating. Sixth
street.   New   Westminster.
EDWIN G
Guichon
W.  SAIT.  ARCH1TECT-
Block.    Telephone 33.
FOUND.
FOUND���LADY'S GOLD CHAIN AND
enarm. Own r can have same on
paying cost of this advertisement.
Apply News office.
FOCND��� FOB IN QUEEN'S PARK.
Owner can have same by applying
at this office, proving property ami
paying for this ad.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE    PEARSON    ELECTRIC     CO..
dealers    in    eieetrical    machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
ar:: r : ,.   wiring,    motor   repairing.
Bank of Commerce  building.
131, P. O. Box 928
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE A-   EDMONDS   BARKIS
ters   and   solicitors.   Blackle   tv--
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
W   J. Whiteside, H. L   Edmonds.
FOUND���GOLD        WATCH        AND
chain.      owner can  have  Bam.  by
proving   property    and   paying   to
this  ad.      Apply  this Office
FOR SALE.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J   I.   MERRY  &  CO.,  PHONE   A601.
Corner  of   Biacki?   end   Carnarvon
-���������vs      Have opened  a f !  and
breaking stable for horses.    !!��� : ��� -
' -  -al.-.     Reference furnla - I
WADE WHEALLEK __ McQl-ARRIE
(F. C Wade. K. C . A. Wllealler, W,
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, iia: . -
- rs, etc , 42 Lorne street, oppo te
courthouse, New Wi-stmin.t.-r.
��� Phone 14.1), and the Vancouver of
fice is at No 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 40S HastinRaS Street west,
GEORGE E MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Co*
lumblB    and    McKensls  st*.,  Nes
FRATERNAL   SOCIttlES
i   v     wil 1 .  LODOI    NO
meeting i
In O    '
load
k     i.i��. Fergus.
v,   C   I viiham   ..
OF    COU Mm \   L'
Bs of   England   B. H
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W   ��� ' | , t-.��>     In    ���
mo:. .   il    I o'ck* k, la '
.ws' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER   OF   I tOUSH,
\, r|�� Nc  - ���    ''t- ���'��.-.������
eves sg   .!  I    a m   In    t:.    I   ���
i street     \        * ������   W
Pres : H   Schofleld   secret!
gn sa or SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS-
:  ...' the  Was   I
r.'l    M'-ois on   ih�� flmt    snJ  third
        T ii    |a)    .f . ��������� *    month ta K   ������'.  !'
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STENOGRAPHY     A.     TYPEWRITING   I    0    0    P      liu'lVi.     I'lTY      LODGB
M<   ta   ii.    Od "���      s       hall.
i Bvery  Fri 1a
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N   i; ,  c   E < wboras   l'G
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ABBOTT A HYDE, (V   H. C. Al
P  iprtetor)     Real estal     ti
 i, no ��� ���:��� ���'
218 vv imbla atreei   P  0   Box 24'
Phone 321.
SETTLERS   ASSOCIATION 01
-  p   li. Brown   manager, P  0  Box
560,   phone   18.
TEN   VCItEfi      '   '-   '
-..un.  on.-   mil.-   from   v
\  a. -. .    cleared     ��� ��� -
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BUBURBAN    HOME    THREE
all   . l.-ar. I
bouse  stable rhickim boo i ���   irood
ahi d.  .-ii-tit  minutes  from ��� v ���  oar
lin. , good w. ii   fi -ii tree     s -
half cash
McADAM fi i. ���. . - ' ..' Mill \ ST..
oppoi ���' ' v ��� ������ h<>> -. i.
phon.-   IM       Real <n<l  Insur
ance, money to I".in Cell sad '���
our list of rlty. subur .an ka 1 ' Utt
property before purchasing aa+
where.
NOTICE    RE    HOUSE
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TENDERS  WA NT
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LAND   ACT
FREEMAN     BUNTING      ROOM     7.
Gulch.m  block       P   ')   li.-x ��� M
CU8TOM       8TENOORAPH\        IND
Tj pewriting.   copy    arorl
letters,   etc      Pi .v.
lumbla itreel      P ���   ���
SECOND HAND   STORE
Westminster, B  C
FISH   AND   GAME.
FOR   SALE)���LOTS  ON   SIXTH   ST.
carl:n.;   $200 each;   $25 cash
ance J10 monthly.     Walker Bios.
Edmonds.   P. CL Box 983, city.
  ! _! _.  BENSON  _  AYLLN!', FISH,  FRLll
FOR   SALE���Two   POOL TABLE-      Game, Vegetables, etc.     Begbie st.,
Apply  Chapman's    pool    room.  Do-     opp. Windsor Hotel.
W       MYERS    GRAY,    BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public     Curtis
block. Clarkson street, op;^.sltr tha
Court House. P. (). Box P'C. Tel*
������; hon- 84.
WE   BUY   AND L   PURNI. i RE
and   all   kind* of   n">��-   and   SSOOBd
��� ind i-' :" l- \    v k, near   i
office.
minion  Trust  block.
FOR SALE���PIANO, ALMOST Nhv\
Wili sell for bargain as parties going east. Addraae P.O. Box 7'.::. n
FOR SALE���FIVK FELLY PAID DP
shares In the Vulcan Iron Works,
N.-w Westminster. Wil] tak. $490
cash.     Apply J. P., this office.
FOR SALE ���NEW FIVE-ROOM
cottage on Sixth avenue, toll i
lot, cleared and fenced, planted In
fruit.; pricp $1366.00. .ir.-v ise
terms. Apply P. Peebli - 2-:, Columbia  street, city.
FOR SALE���"WOODYATT" 16-INOH
lawn mower, stoves, mission tables,
pictures and remnants of stoi
very low prices to clear. Miller Ac
Target, new and second-hand store,
Gulchon   block:   107  Colum    .
FURNITURE.
W. E FALES. THE FURNITURE
Deah-r Upholsterer ami Undertaker
corner Agnes ami McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 8L
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOK8LET8       PICTURE       POST
cards  are on  sale     it   M    Morey
Stationery Btore  J. <;   Gamon's"cigar divan. F Ma. ��� tore
The Fall," (   tun   la s:r-.-t.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
_ :,ri of   job  prlntlnii;     beat   work,
T VLORS.
GALVIN   LADIES' .ND  HEN B TAI
lorlng.       \ '      rti ^- suit-
��� - ji.    In msl lag, pr.-s-i
inK sa I reps 41 Sixth street
phone !'���':>
OTHER    FRATERNAL    BO- IBTIEfl
I *       ������ LOdi '���     '        *.      A.
F, ard A M Kl-e ."olou-.m Ixwls*
N" IT, A K .- : . M i. .' i.
V"     Hl-J   1.   ..   '      NO   '    ���      ''our.
.     . i
f    Court    Wi   ���
Br- ���      ��� '    if   Owl*    ,\.
BOARD    OF    l It tDB���NEW  v, |    i
��� Hall, as folios
Ur    of   hi       month
i . ������ -    - Hi ���
I       v ��� ���  ��� .vgasl
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mr.      . ,   "     | Thurad
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'.'. ade.
Cor-nx   Land  D.��'' -���
D��!rict of Qutrn Cr*jr    ���-.
Talk-- ������'������'   r �����������  ii   h
Vancouver, ,*��� upetloa the.
In'i-nd*    to a
f-. .   * .. ..
Comm'-nclnK  a'   n
ib*. �� �������� end of Lewis   * .
���   ��� ��� ���. ���- itberlr si
t.rly     Ud     north-r-       f.ii
-.. line arova t  i ��� ���   ���
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OLE B  JACOB    ''.
���i ibi ���   price.-.:   Phon.-   .*.'..   p
box   142.      Old  Dally   Newi   I
Sixth streel
GROCERY.
FOR THK BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cries, phon" 386 The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. o. Box Bl I
Welcome Prepared
For Board's Ouesl
���
iv-   an i ��� .;
... tanlzai
Housing   Question.
Mi   Garfield i    regarded
thorlty on the housing qui stion    Naturally, in  the course oi  bit   bu i -
he has acquired an i itpi n t famiii ir-
By with values and  mi ana foi  di   ���
" "-' ni  of propi rtli  ,    He Is  nndi r
;l I to be engaged In devi loping a
method for housing wage i i neri thai
fill be a pohirer one in the Ul 1
The projecl will Ukelj be
evolvi d next year, In connection with
li Mi Garfield Ig gathering Ideas on
bis presenl trip. He is also en
rn finding suggestions thai will a I I
in i'n organized campaign lor tho
greater and more Intensified &i velop*
menl of the rich and populous
Bection ol New York Stati which lies
around Rochester. Thai is a uoted
frull and vegetable area, and ls alien.ly the home of many old established manufactures. Rochester lays
.-iiiiiii ;o manufacturing more differ-
.-ni kin.is of articles In all their per*
rented detail than anj other city In
America, and li may be regarded av
ihe world's center for the manui < ������
lure of optical instruments, cameras
an.)   theremometers.
A   Famous   Family.
Mr   Garfield oome_ of the Garfle] i
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W,  N.   DRAPER   li   r   LAND  8UH-
��� tveyor.      Ellard block   New    We.-t
minster, B. C.
family wl li i, .-:,-,,   the Unite |  81
tbe  torn - -   pn ildeni       in   this  waj
���i with the ex
'v  thi   ti  i rlor      Another connection
'  ������    Hon.   Chun,    \\-   Oarfiel I
d  R tpld     Mil b . a bank. :   who i
tt Ol       i    M ��� -iivni   SViie   I'i.
commlsi Ion      On lhe mai
"i    the familj    Mi    Garfli Id   Is
oonnecti d   ��� Ith the colli i   ,,  ol    the
pori of New  Vork who waa rei   ntly
uci ��� ed. I   In   t_ n   rich   an i   co
on    b-.     Mi      I/"-.     P ������      ni
Roo rlvate    :-;.-. n An-
connection I   iho |  -
man  of I        ongresal ma]  < omm
on     '- king   md < urn ncy,      u,   Gai
ii. Id      tain    ��� ���.. of  I-   teal ire    ol
"" n    .   bis  name.     Although old  in
the .. tivltli    -ii which hi   lv     o buc-
"      illj   engaged,    he    is  young  in
:���.������'     and i Igorou i In ai ilon
Mi Gain.li win addresg the ioard
of tr oie ai a luncheon ai the Ru - I
Hoti commencing al 13:30 p in.
Abo ii  100 covena will be laid,
RESTAURANTS.
'KENNY'S  RESTAl'RANT    fi     CAFE
Tickets, lm meals for $i. Hi me
cooking, All whit.- cooks; r.o 0 len
���.ai labor employed. Open and
night.      Opposite tram Offlce
ROYAL CAFE  (Mrs   Arch* r   pn
".'��������� i.     Four courses, i onsl I ng of
mp,  fish,  boiled  entree or  i
p iddlng or pie, tea, coffea '.r ���
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER     OPERA       HOI BE
Lotus itreet, W  n Carty, nutaager
Bpedal   ittrsctioni provided during
the   - i on       \.lvane* i cket offloe,
Ryall'i Drug Store.
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.   ,-.
CRY8TAL   THEATRE    701   COU M-
itreet       Flrss-claea    ������- ��� ���
pictures;  llio itrate aumer
ou   attractions,     pp.gram changed
Monday   Wedn  idtj an I I   daj
THE EDISON  THEATRE    CORNER
Columbia and   Eighth      High
movli tur<      llluatri .ngn.
Program changed Monday, Wsdoas
an.! Frldaj
DEPARTMEN1     OF    MILITIA    AND
DEFENCE.   OTTAWA
BssJsd u ������������ tt   - la   . ip    its] loi
ipplj .-( v,,,i Bad f k-i Wood re
lulred     '   ������ .��� the MUltarj   Buiklinga
Bl Victoria, \'jiicoiver arul N*e��  Wesi
mlostsr    II    .',  for    ih.-    i.-n   moiitlm
ending  M.-r.. \,  31    1910     will  I*. r<-.
i -.-���    ��� Monday, Juni   :;   ai il
I Ekch ten ier li to .���   marked    renuei
'or r ..        -.a i Id rea sd ������. ths Sei
nets the Ml Ills Council  Ottawa
Printed   ���        ��� ���   ��� ������ ���:��� ��� o
full ;     icula        i     a obtained I
the   ... ��� r. I -i-1    ,.'   -���       \|ii|-   i   . '   Ul
ra, or at i       "      ���       ���  mat!
. ��� ���!. \   toria   who
1T1UUCI    UIglJ     TfUIfV^
SIGN. SCENE AND ORNAMENTAU
PAINTING
Old News Block, Sixth S1
New Westminsti i
Th��o   P   Young,  Prep
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PL^s.n..MnMiiiii COAl
IMF! ttTIUCm COAl
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Bweossaot to
Mayrra A Prftlon                |
Off.c.,  Front   St., Fool of     ���"    I
O*O*O#O*O*O*0O9O0O*O*O*O*0 0+0+0+O+O+c,+oc>+r.+r,+c+r<+r)*n
Cheap Lots
The Question  Englis- Watdraial
V     NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE FULL Sl/E
g LOT. .;7.. GOOD TERMS
SEVENTH AVENUE A"ND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT $1,0.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STRE-T $->.0.
REASONABLE TERMS.
Where to b ij turnltun i
Is Answered
by directing you t.. thi iere
you can ��� he largest sta t> ol nes
Bad  "���' "ml band  gOOda Of Bl]  kl:   I    Ifl
ihe city.
I bars a a.'i.-n lid <'.. .'un Bi.
for sale, neai ly new.
I 'on.,  god i ss bow mu, ii noi     a i
ohm  ��:ei   im   .-."in-    monej   bere  I   is
elsi u here.
Junior Baseball
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr ^
money  to  loan 8 Alex. Speck
"o+o+o+<L��o+o+ocj+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+ryj+o+o+o+o+<M - HAND    STORE.
Hold Wstchee for I.u lies '
up
sih sr   w atchi a,   gents'   o
����00.
siiv.r Watches, gsal >'
r.w up.
\;  oi    ior    w all ham    and
R    ll      'lOa.,
Wati h repairing a
F.  CRAKE
Two   doors   from    tiro.   Adams.   (���
Foi. wing in tbe schedule of garni
1,1 ""' lunlor   Baseball   league this
;-':i '-'' Qrbt-named being the home
leam -, (:ase:
Jljr" Tigera vs. Elons at Bappei
I ton'   i; ' ' ���  vs.    Y.     M.     P.     A     Bl
Quei ���:, park,
June ; i   Tigers    vs.    Beavers   at
Queen'l park;   Y.   ,\I.   P.  A.   V'\ IJoiib
Bt Sapperton.
.una it   Bearers rs. lion* al Bap-
,     ton;   '1 i��tra    rs,   Y.   M.   P.   A.   at
i] perton.
'uu- :.'i   I,ion.  vs. Tigera al  Bap*
v.  m.  P. a. vs. Bearers, at
Sapperton.
June   23   Bearers   vh.   T*geri at
Queen's park;  Lion I v<. Y.  M    P   A.
ai  Sapperton.
NOTICE.
Beginning Wi runs I, 1909,
(lie <-hanii.-l  under the   outh   -pan  ��'f
ihe   presenl   .Im-., ,���    i,,,,,,   iltnil
bridge,   New    vv.   ��� n .-. -���    wm    i���.
closed  io  na-.   v .. | ,��� .  (||i. oon,
Btructlou of thi   m .-. bridge      Boats
can  nne the chann | undei   the north
Kim.il.
INTERNATIONAi. CONTRACT OO
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESlMINSTEn,   B.   C.
Repairing ..f guns, umbrella
�� III. I   .   ami    Ill-Ill    aw!-ui. 'il.     !.
erj and bicycler, a specialty.
Alex. Speck
Columbia st.     "Man on ths Wheel
Telephone  13.
Office, Eighth St. .DAY.  JUNE  7,  MM
THE   DAI I.v   JEWS.
PAGE THK__
aru| Autumn Goods
i^,,,..  and  Gentlemen
gl  material    i
. ,   BOd SUlUl.gS ba.
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SOAP
ww   the difterenc.
>r-in-i    and   having
1*0      nij   Ln
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me Wl rl. done for you?
l Soap actuilly makes
""   dirt drop   out   saves  you
sad money-but   inju:
neither hands nor
tfothes. That
Is ju.st the
different c
be tween
Sunlight S',:���;���
and ordinar;.
.soaps.
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Litigation Follows Charity
1' >nging to Historic Lon-
d    Livery Company.
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Directions
time taele
ce   S. S. Kerland
Scientific'"American.
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Our New Clubbing Offer
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kill. . . ,'i
and
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THEY WILL STAND I
CLOSE ACQUAINTANCE!
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and < an sow
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a Ra
ami ar.
M RS  -i   -   BUT!   '
The above _Ho_,d be convincing evidence  of their food value
Ask  your grocer for a paoage.   oc.
Your baker for a barley loaf.
If you bake bread, ask for a   1Mb.   sack   of   Barley   Flou-     V.ade
by the same  proce*. as  Barley Flakes;   a book  of  recipes w.th  every
O   sack;   we   guarantee   this   flour.
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HUNGARIAN   JEWEL
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$5.2.   per  Bbl.
V��.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
R AND FF.LD MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
Ne*   Wett~'-ster.
Telephone 3'.3.
AT THE  HOTELS.
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ANIMATED   PICTURES  AND   ILLUS-
TRATED    SONGS    OF    THE     VERY
HIGHEST  CLASS.
PROGRAM       CHANGED        MONDAY.
WEDNESDAY    AND    FRIDAY.      SPECIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7: JO
Admission���Children    5c,   adults     10c
plication
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not i-- i.ni.tt'r tne prorlsiooa oJ
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to.- ,i     ���   ���      ,i  and  il-  ai n a  trwn
setUni claim to or in respi cl
land ao aotd tor ta1*-*
provided    5   thi   "Land Begla rj   Ac:
J. M   COMPTON, Manager
LAND   htUlbVRY   ACT.
Ple*��f  ne-d to rry a-Jdr... *
THE  STANDARD OF EMPIRE, ter ml
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DISTRICT
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D | ii     le Uie sum at *2 50.
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announce that they have taken over the
business of
HE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD. J
on Columbia Street, and sof^txvAt,
ued patronage ol all eu^tomeis.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheoule.
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c.ir 11:00
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manager.  New
West rninater.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betwee
Chicago, London,
hamilton, Tor-.iU;,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
ONTARIO, QUEBEC ami the MAUI
T1MK PROVlNC_&
A_o to BUFFALO, NKW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Hisgara FaQa
For Tin'-* Tables, etc.. aililress
GEO.  W.  VALiX.
otice,    thai    an  ai
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nter-aof 0|   ,h rd inatiament,  aud
all  i�� i -"ii-;  i iaiin. Intel ��� - ���   ;n
���n i b) deei  nt, whose title
is not i��� -v i. <i iiii.i. . in.  proi Hon -
ind   Rett-trj   Ai-t."  an-  rt
quired to conteet the claim ot the tat
purchasei   within loi | Bte daya trom
the date ol the Hist publication <>i una
I notice upon .on, ami In default ol a
'caveat ur ceri Beat* ol l_ pe_id��ttB be
ar, N W. - p.m.
nr.  N.W.  9:65
I  ar.  N.W. I-20
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. ' turn      a,,.i     ,,,,I    ..ilcl,    ,��t     via,.    IVlll    In.    lllV
Great   Northern  Piilway.
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Lv    Sea:I-    I'M   1' in
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Ls Beattle U:I0 p.m
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Q. N. R���Port OulcVion.
leaves New Westminster on Tues
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
liou. y. 1 mui .'mil oi >i>n win be tor-
' \or eetopped aiul dt bsrred from set-
��� iv claim to 01 in reaped oi
the -.ml land, anil 1 -linil r'-uir'ti'r
I't-i, 1 Henderson aa owner thereof in
And I ti* 1 .tiv oult'i tbat publl-
on ol thla notice for thirty iia. _ in
,i ilni; newapantr publlabeil in N��*-w
Weatuilnater,  will  l>.- Ki.nl ami sum
. 11 .    'h-i- -"!
11 ,-��� 1 in the Land Regiatrj OB���-
He-n Weatmlnater, Provtaioe ot British
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Wholesale and Retail Batchers,
COLUMBIA STfttlT.
PHONE   101.
Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m.. ar* ; WHITK HORSK .DAWSON and FA1K
r'res in city Friday 8:46 a.m. Leaves i ba>*j*;S Daily traias (except Sanday ���
Friday at 1:60 p.m.. arrives In city i ogjyyjng passenger!^ mail, express and
Saturday at 9 am
Leaves Port t.uUhon at 1 p.m. on
..freight connect  with  stages   at  Car
��� cross  ami   White  Horse,  malntalnliu
Tuesday. 6-.S0 a.m. on    Friday, and . a thoroui-h winter service.
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Gulchon G j. ni.. Thursday and Friday.
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TUE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JUNE  7.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News PubUsO*
Ins Company, Limited, at their offices,
Tho Dally  N'v.'.s  Block, corner of McKenzie  ami  Victoria  streets.
E.  A.  Paige. ....... Managing   Director
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orrcspondence
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(Th,. Daily News la not reaponsl
for tho opinion-; of its coi ro pondonta..
MONDAY,  JUNE
1909.
POLITICS  OR   RELIGION.
Editor Daily New-
Sir,���The  luisiii,   criticism of    I
Sunday excursion to Pin Lake bj  \i
.1.  B. Kennedy savors much more oi
political an.l personal animus agalns
the  owner  of  the  steamer  Transit
' than ;. desire to curtail ihe llbertli
of His Majesty's _ni..i- c a In thi   11
and it can only have the reflex action
of  helping   ihi- continuance of thesi   cm Sundaj
Some idea of tb<   won tildes uuu.h desired excursions and ma should
i.f developmem that are taking place them a permaneni  Institution.      I h
the weatern portion ol tl     Dorain   public aa a rule mea urea up the ob
Jections, and,  knowing the under-cui
i-nt of politics, give them their trui
through you, for calling my attention
io the excursion t.�� 1'iti Lake i
had nol Intended i>oini; from home on
Bui daj. but to enjoi the frei dom l
,,., hi Englishman claim l ���,���, (<)
assert  m)  rlghl      in doing bo i waa
ly surprised at the repre ���
Uve   ii d  respectable compan.   !   wa
in. and I thoroughlj enjoyi ,i thi
ami only  hope  the opportunitj   may
;i  again.
W   T   Cookaley.
Ni ��  SVestmlnater, June i;,  190a
ARE  YOU   INSURED?
The  hot  weather is here  making tl
your house   and furniture.'    Havi
anc-i o' fire much gre.iter.    H.��ve   you   ��ul!	
ny at  .ill        H  not, don't  delay   In     having   a
..  flri InsurancB >* written today It doet
mini, i
policy
onr...       For  the  small   prermv "�����   ������'<-    ��   ' -" ���*���/ n DOSe not  |    . ������.
It one minute.      When  m.uv , hi SS well  have a company  favorably  known  I
I   HAVE  THAT COMPANY   TV -RPOOL  _   LONDON  4  GLOBE'   Yo
me for my  rates, then have   n I
a policy.
RAILWAY   EXPANSION.
in
ion ma    bi   gained from ;h-   cin um
stance thai  Immense sums are aboul value.
to be ex -   ded by railway compai FAIR PLAT
in work- of extenelon.     Attention Is -N'-'*   Westminster, .inn.   6,  1909.
called io this bj   the American  Ral ~~~
way world and it. .Ignlflcano,   I- r. ,.,,,t0]  -J,��� nJ��:        CK<
l upon as mi indication ol this S]. Til, condemnation ol Aid Fa-
country's expansion. No less than dm- over the signatun ol w .1 Sip-
egg    wjj]   |t   j.  estimated   be prell  in your Issue on  Saturdaj   lasi   '             ense   in   which   the   Sat	
i      ��, ,,n,.ti������ _��*���_ has "": ,h<' rIttB ol Iwne   .  we Brit- spoki   ol   I  when he said, "The Bab
spenl    in    actual   ��J��-fitructl<��- w0��� luhers pride ourtelveg on      This ei was made for man. and not man
during   the   current   year.      Of   iln-** curs|on Is singled oui by the fe*�� ex- for i      Sa    ath.'      The daj  onlj  In
tota   i'i     10,000 Is to be expended bj tremlets   (and   bappllj   thej   ���,'������   rer.   ddentall*   became  a   day oi   wo
,,. |       *i..T, Pacific Railway, a g I- few) as a texl to condemn other-, i ���-���   because the greateai numbei
THE   SABBATH   FOR    MAN.
Dailj   New
Sir,   Di   Sipprell,    in    youi   s
day's Issue, voices his diaapprova   ���
, wn   ion   being   rim   to   I'i     I
Who is Mi    Slppn I]  i
arrogate to hlmseli    th,
censorship of the actions of oui  . i
sens?     When the Pharisees and Ba
. ailed ..nr Lord    al en tlon to
: thai Ills disciples were
corn    mi  the    Sabbath  daj    H
nun. l on the objectora and
tlon of 11 pens, who hath warned
.. flee from the a rath to > ime?
I  believe  In  the  Sabbath  .la\   !������ Inn
used foi the pui pose toi a hli h ii
: tuted   for real    fo-   th
ba ilitating  of  ilu>  bo-|j   and   In   lhe
J.    J-
Dupont   Block. Columbia itreel
PHONE   169,
MR. EDISON
made a i   sound
:v nts  possible,    bul    be  ma      i
EDISON  PHONOGRAPH  B!
Thursday
June
Eveninprj
10.
M
ra Britisb  .goul
���'"'' of  New   Westmlus er for tlie I
Columbia.     The Great Northern
other Hill concerns will bi    levotlng or seven years      Verj   manj of Mi
Ei   mi.. - ... :,, developmem  thai  will Sippi  I rail th.
g0 ,i  c     Id.   tbi.   wat   toward  com- f^lves  of I a. and  In
tin. summer go       v    park in   \ an-
Pletlnj wrtanl  trunk line ,,MiNi... .,, attettd  the afternoon  band
westward from Winnipeg,    -i pon thi   concerts      There are also Bve ���(team*''
extension ol the main Une ol thi  Ca     ---^ excursion   on 3undays from Van-
nadlan Northern to the Pacific c .ver
_, All of n* cannot  aff.'i.i   vitoini*
$11,000,000 Is to be Bpent    Then, too, __   oarr,age8|   nt.ilhl._   ,..,.    w���   ^    .
the Grand Trunk Pacific has allocated holiday when means an   available, to
a similar sum for its new road to this Bee tbe beautlea ol  nai ire, thai
coast, and will also be spending ouite *���' a"' thankful when a me good citl-
, .   ,,    . zvn  gli. -   !i-   the  o inltj   to sei
a large sum upon new branch line.. ;lu, ��ajestj , . ^ g HU ,���;���,���,.,,,,
Thus  there  will   soon   be  four   mink ;ini)   ��� ���   ,   u..  ^aa
lines to the Pacific coast. Unking up given    - In  Pitt  Laki   tnd surround-
the east with the west ">*-  oountry.      Tin ea    objection
Railway   companies   are   most  con- ^��^ ^ V ^.l^   "'
aervatlve corporations and they do not Mr ^jppreii  retain h -  presenl  poal-
spend  money  upon  work, of   exten* tlon   If  ii   w        - tbe   tn.ne.-i
sion and developmem unless there is 'here Is in ii      Hi   . entitled to bis
good promise of substantia   returns. ;"l>" f" '    :':     '
everj other I       -!  "too renders a aer-
\\e  may  tlierefore regard  t.u_  great vice;    The weakness of hla 1 .-.  .
railway  expansion  as    a:;   assurance J pels Mr, Slppn  I to sraiider in bis at-
that the future will witness important  tack in persons who Bare no ooi v*
agrlcultural   and     Industrial   develop- \ion  wi:h  "" excursion  in  any  way.
Apparent.-. .*"���:.. 1   no:   foreto   :he
ments in  this part of  the Dominion. opportun-ty , , ,.., emi for th��� wUp.
That New Westminster will have a ping the extremists goi a: the civi.-
share in the busy time that is just bye-election and it must be regarded
ahead there is every reason to expect. ��s excel I id taste from a man
,. .,, . who has nol  sufficient interest in the
Our city will become increasingly im- dty .,, :.       .   , property hoMvr Bnd
poriant as the centre of a system ol   ;i   taxpaj-er       Thanking    you  in   ad-
local communication by means of elec Ivanci   I      ipace for thi* letter.
trie lines that will, in some measure, '
play the part of feeders to the great
trunk   railways    that    are  now   belnj
mi ant i llberi       n thai day to e fo
1 Continued .>n  Page Seven j
'GET THE   HABIT'
NAT. C. GOODWI
EDNA GOODRiC.
Business Men's Special
COUNTER BliOTTERS
OR   SALE  AT
10c
E_tCH
J. H. TODD'S
Big  Music House
"THE EASTERN! I.
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The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
W-  buy for cash and sell for th.. ear:..
COLUMBIA
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! See the MASON & RISCH
+
\ ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
��� :
PIANOS
Ni *���>   Westminster, Ji
1909
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And ��..  that  you jet  it.
ANOTHER  CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED
W-f_t.   Bi'iry.   Oili    Chop..   Cl^    ken   Ftfd,   Brj-.   Shorti
etc.,  atl.   ui.       We   Will  ��c��   tr.Jt   you   get   it   promptly
i
buUt to the coast.
There la also every probahlilty that
New Wesi minster will become one of
the Pacific jiorts for steamship connection with the far ea3t. Mr. J. J
Hill is reported.as having stated a
few days airo that It would be impossible for the Great Northern to utilize
Vancouver for thla purpose nni! foi
that reason the company's liner Mln-
nedoaa w-ould mak,- Seattle her port
of connection. But it is not at all
unlikely that this railway magnate
may be brought to recognize that Net-
Westminster, with its miles of deep
water frontagv offers many advantages even over Seattle for such a
connection. It is a matter of prett;.
general knowledge that the Canadian Northern is keeping a Sharp
eye upon locations on our river front
that will be suitable for a sit. for
their Pacific coast terminal. Thus
the future for the Royal City looms
large  with     promise Her ci'izens
must stand ready to seize the oppor-
:unities as th��'\  arrive
ENJOYED   THE   EXCURSION.
K        Dally News:
Si-    i   must    thank    Mr   Blppi
on Display at "The Fair" Store | {
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phon.   J3S
!8��  COLUMBIA   STREET
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WAITING
For Columbia Btreei  improvemi nti
io be commenced.
For more easterners to come  and
try to lift th.- Mint., cup.
For the free mail delivery.
For  the  City  Council  to complete
streel naming and numbering.
For   j, ii. Tayk :    M   P    to
good
For thi   better lighting of thi
End thoroughfarea.
For ii car line to run lo Mil
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ANXIOUS   FOR   LAW ABIDING
AND  DECENT   UNIONISM
Spokane, June 6.���-"There can be
��� nlj one outcome ol the -���������'- - -'���
coin'-..-,, i - ��� between the employing
classes and the laboi unions," <i.
. l.u-.'il .i:nv ; W Van Cleave, ex pr<
Ideni .1 the National Association ol
Manufacturer-. "Thai outcome is decent and law abiding unionism, J belli \e Uv iln> a of labor unions are
num ..'red ii n I - ss thej M cede from the
. iiiniii.il methods emploj vi bj them
for ih.. last  sixteen years.
CZAR   TO   VISIT   OFFICIALLY
IN   FRANCE   AND   ENGLAND
Paris, June 6.���li is officially announced here thai Presideni, i-'.vi . rea
ol France will meel Emperor Nlcb-
ol i of Russia ni Cherbourj- on July
1. Th,. Russian .... i... n wm n
main ai thie French leapori until the
evening of August I, when -hi Rua
si in squadron will take bim over i ���
.        ���    where be will  ii-ii  Kins  KM
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Comfortable   Shoes
for Today
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FOR WOMEN
Women',  White  Canvas    S-v_��   ...
Women's   Chocol-te    Kid    n*  Shoes
Women's    Oxblood    Bluche. Oxfords
Patent   Leather   low   Shoe,        .    ...
$1.50, 122.,   .2.50
$2 50 <o $3 00
$2 75
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Men's   White   Canvas   Oxfords;   Goodyear welted      $2.50
Men's  Oxblood   Oxfords,   wing   tipped       ..$4.25
Velour  Calf  B:ucher Oxfords $4.00
Men's   Patent   Leather   Blucher cut, high laced Boots;  wing
tipped,   etc $4.__
Who is Mavius.
THIS IS EVERBODY'S SHOE STORE.
JOHNSTON'. Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Si^n of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B, C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
��sa
TRY
V. B. UNDERWEAR
The nicest, eooli *t and must comfortable
Underwear  made.   Shirts made wiih  short
sleeves   and    coat   shape,   drawers    knee
length   the garment,
PH ILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
WF  ARE   SOLE AGENTS FOR DR.  DEIME
DERWEAR,
L'S LINEN  MESH  UN MO
N_>-Y JUNE 7, 190.
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THE  DAILY   NEWS.
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���  AFEW OF THE 3. *VRGAtN _ WE AK_
CWPtrR-'NG IN
Dining Room Furniture
Extension Tables, Ro) 'al Oak, $9.00 up
Sidebo-i _s. $18U0 tap.
Five Dm.ng    Chalr-a a.nd  I     Armchair.
the  set,  $6.50.
Parlor Suites, 5 pieces,   $27.00 ap.
aid   I.,   ''lift,   of   2:;o  Tin.''!   Parlor    Tables ir>    oak   or    matiogany.
,ve on  'he     $2 25 up.
.    . i,   month. Handsome   Music   Cabir-ets    with   Mir-
ror.  $16.00.
forth     garden a: Tldjr'B,    Handsome couches    '-om  $5.50 -p.
*"   Comb nation     Des*     3'i     Book   Case,
"    *�������.    Strong'Hat Rack, len p.nv. 50c.
Camp   and   Lawn   Furniture;   Ba,*-_oo
���1  Viflorl I     Shade$.
1  and set at       0ur store  is  ,u"   r/f bargains  li    tti
p block. "  lines- 	
'   THE  LEADING  FURNITURE  STOTE.
r terd
1 . ��� to 1 be O
Lallway 1
ind anj
I il work, telepl one Davie
Q la.
M . .-.   of    Vei ���
I -  i'i..,   for
n ���       owned bj  L  Hawels.     Mr. Ha-
wi      will sho
foi   1      .v alth.
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the   .oung   Pe.
0 ., - ��� evei
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VV.   E.  FALES
ND   UNDERTAKER.     REPAIR  WORK
PROMPTLY.
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
LPHOLSTERER   AND   UNDERTAKER.     REPAIR  WORK   ATTENDED TO
PROMPTLY.
Edison Theatre      Bargain Sale
animated     Pictures     and     Illustrate-- f> _-/V��a��>
Songs.
THE  LATEST  HITS OF THE
SEASON.
���
P changed    Monday,   wen-
oni;- - - Special 1
ve  will close our , ..'-!:. n  Bai irdaya at
0 p.m V     B. ColHst-I   4:    ..    ���,.
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We have sold Waists at $1.25 many limes, but the
splendid quality in this special lot puts all others in
the shade We were lucky to get such a splendid
selection, but these goods were picked up at a good,
big reduction by Mr. Smith (who ison a buving'trip)
and shipped out to us as an extra special, and you
will quite agree with us when you see them. Mostly
in white, and almost every one fresh and clean.
Every size among thorn, and both long and short
sleeves.   Regular values to $2.75, for
$1.
25
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���ID   IS   VSASH   SLiTS   AT
tMI'TiN.    REDUCTIONS
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. - in i ���
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W���� en
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!.Oc   EACH.   iWOrtrl   $i00.
A   SPECIAL   FROM   THE
LINEN    DEPARTMENT
F ,.  dosi:   white vi      ��� '-
-.. it or Bre dIOereni  de
Regular ��l 50   toi   ..  ���    V-00
I  AMORIC   ANO   MUSLIN   DRAVM Rl
AT   CHARACTERISTICALLY
:   )W   PRICES
peels
I   l goo
COLORED
PONGEE   SILKS
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Ladl��a md Chlldrsns* S<ra,v Ball-
ors to br - aarsd regardless of cost.
you   will   BBVI   ""���''"ty   b>'   bU-"n9  noVV'
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T. li. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
Thi   I'.. '  Ofl ��� v In- j
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r        ers and    n - A
..i and Peai lonvl
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team  had
ceaaful j at
on Sal i- : .    nnd will be In a position
to  put a i ter i leven  In  the
��� ���      than ��aa possi le .        eat   Nex'
8aturd        -  ere    will    be   i pra
n .   .   vith the Bnrnabj  '��� i
I'ghi i- .1' ions, wnotesome
I  >ou so much  en; i  at  >    ��� ���
: us-  mid with  ii
Hood I .our.
09 its flrst Usui   lai   an
a  -���������.!>��� newspaper hae been start.*!
it r..-  und>-r th" name ol the
j ' \ ner  UuRle."      As  far  as can
b. . 1i_vd from a perusal of Us col-
I  ui its o:.j.-< ���  is to supply the Ter
n. Cltj with another advertising
llDediui
arrived, a carload of I > :.
H'-'d Hour. Pull assortment of a z -
21 ��� ���* now in stock. Hale Bros
& Ltd.
of motor parties fi
. and Mount Vernon, Waah
-. apeni > esterday in the -. l*y
Tb -- registering a; th.- Russell Hole, wi-:.- 1 i. Perrin and wife. S. S
Owns ani wife, and Wsa Klkins. J
K. Kimble, wife and daughter, Geo.
D M i.- u and arlfe, W Dai- and
wife E. S Phipp . M. X. Rawley ani
���*:fv an'! I! S Haw.ey. a!', of Mount
Vernon; u _r-n si.. ��� and wife. s.
! I'--" -,..- d '���*���: . BBd Mi*- M Ford.
. : i   lllngham.
Th. pleasantest wa�� ;o spe_<_ Satur-
day afternoon Is to take a river trip
St. ��� .ton an.l .back. Th- SS.
Transfer leaves Brackman-Ker'a whan
bi 2 | tn every Saturday, returning
��� UBe ev.-ninp Fare one dollar tor
ibe round trip. ""
CHILDREN'S   AND   LADIES'
Hats and Millinery
THE   LATEST  STYLES ALL  GO'NG
AT A   S.EDUCED  PRICE.
Connor and McQuarrie
261 COt-UMBIA STREET.
Dinner Sets
We have tea* dinner sets, regular ��alue
.15.0. to S-t.SO. -which we wilt sell for
$1250
If you require one, don't mn. Uhs ap
pcrtunity.
Adams & Deans
CHINA
Bric-a-brac of all  kinds���Pickard's Painted China,
Some you *ee costs more, but none   s any finer;
There is no finer made to please my china trade;
Designs are very fine and the goods are all  high-grade.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS FOR  PICKARD'S  HAND PAINTED CHINA.
Accompanied by Sanitary  Inspector
S  J. Pearce, AM   Adam* on Saturday i^.
morning ..aid a wrprlse vWl to Oo- ���
iiiitlatn lake, having thla ci:y at half- j
;ast four o'clock and returning in
���nne for 'liua-ino*-*. The trip was
made aa a result of rumors that Baal
:ary meaSorea were being disregarded
by wokm. n employed on th>- buildini;
of the new dam.     An exhaustive ex-
,iuina!lon failed to hr'.ng to light any-
-hinp  that  would jus'.ify  the acensa-
ion of unsanitary c*.mdni-'n*..
Cowan PhHpoi Grant, sportintr. edt-
-..- of the Praser Vallej Record, la
bapptei than Carrie Nation In s Ken
lucky j-.il.-n���Mission City ha* OT*
rangised a baseball club and "Mike"
i. secretary The oihe; officer-- are
\v ,i iianson. M 1. a hon. president; D. M.Kay. president; K. V
Mimro vice-president; J \ Bates,
treason i . ud Joseph Freeman man-
L Weila haa been appointed
,-n ,\ aertea ol games wltb
-��� , j 1��� ihe oil ���: vallej tan-..- la
being arranged
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Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE.
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MYSTERIOUS   DEATH
OF  VICTORIA  YOUTH
HE (omfort:
of A HOIVIE-.
Pui  v    partli ilara .>: the ia 1 death
,-   \      ���  t   Brigga. a b -a oi   *
i   Briggs   ol  Vii oria and a nephew
of Thomas Bi | Wa city, show
thai the youth, who was but ulneteen
yeara of age, bad ridden a bicycle
down bo the i: .v n. depol at Victoria
-.. deliver an errand from hla employers, K P. Rithet A Co- and nothing further was seen tin the engineer
Ol a tug boat found the body ofl the
Johnson    wharf      Thei*.-    were    no
marks of violence, but the bicycle i'a*
not been recovered.
Odd
Pr
are :
Kupi
orga
Bona
li   is
lng
talk
lion
Fellows' Lodge for Prince Rupert.
luce Rupert, n. C , June 6.--��� Titer.
ibout fort) ndil i-viiows iii Prince
ri, and a movement is on tooi to
nUe B lodge. So far, lhe Ma-
represent the only lo.iu.. here,
expected thai on Monday even
ii.-xt it meeting will be hold to
over  the  Question  of organlsa.
among the ' >>'-i Pello*. a
Ottawa   Protest   Dropped.
Ottawa, June 6.���The protest
againsl the election of Sir Wilfrid
Danrler (or iln- Ottawa si>ai has been
practically dropped.
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 asi sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing 1 will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALPRED    W.   McLEOD  |
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 6i
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.AGE SIX.
THE   DAILY   M"WS.
MONDAY, JUNE  7
I.C
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LI MIT KIT
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line  and   V- V.   and E.  Cloverdale to   Sumas  Railway.
-LNU1.0-KERMAN FEELING
IS STILL ANTAIHIKISTI.
Boi. basiic   Speeches  Made   .it   Meetiny
of  Navy   League  at  Kiel���Rose-
bery   Replies.
Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes,
APPLY   AT  ONCE.
Fraser  Valley  Tannery,   Ltd.
Mail Service
Following j ���. thi boui ol .1 apatcn
an.l arrival ol mails at :!i. N.-w Weal
minster )"'-t office, the houi given In
each case being the hour ol closing,
u in.-h ie hall an hour. ,i ,i : ...-, before the avuai despatch All mails,
unless otherwise stated, ...- . ipai/th
������d niiil received dally excepi Sunday.
The only malls dispatched aad '��
ceived Sunday ana the C. P. K soutn
antl t'. P. K. -a.-t mails. not lacl iding
tbe way malls, Bappertan, I
Mills an.! OOQUiUam.
Kii I,    June   '���    I', in. ���     I li ii
r, -  ��� "Vn;     bis
i ���    . ror Willi.un. ai the annua] mi
In   ol  Hi.- Na\)   li a; ie, held b< i
idi    ;!,-  presidency   ol  Grand   .
von Koester > i  terdaj   said
Bveryone is iiia.i tha
:vi v    a 11:.   the   ���'* ��� ��� |    i- -.-' -
on< -   moi e been i
ganlsai on    liou d devote itsi ll to
, lm :li> ran. ..   and   the   (MU i ;��� in.    ���' .
thi   legal nai il programme    in
tlon in a pos. rfui arm), wi   n
il. el   .ii ordei   to aaaui i   pi
Naval Men Speak.
Admiral Von lv ���
man)    " a i onaidi i ui^   ..
Inst an.,  definite opponen
,i means ol   elf-defenai
Admiral Webei  referred to   '
. eni ral on ol ihe strong! ���    fl .    In lh'
,N"i ��� b  -��� ���       Hi   said  be bo*
wn would nevt i- bapp. i ....
man.    after  "
���   i   ��� : to ��� ��� .1- In mind thi p
.. b a oontingenc)    Admiral W ���
rejected 1 n >.i an a
with  Ureal   Britain  In  ihi   _ --v-
naval u uon
iiini" ror   w -helm    i egraphi i
...    prlncipi :    ���
a.   ill   the   pa   I ������   ..,.��� :,
make the Beet populai and to ���
.     ...       . ,     owei
-.. ���   . .-  ,.  ice "
Summer Shirts
NEGLIGEE      SHIRTS     COME
M   MAKEHS   THAT   MAKE   THE
SHIRTS   FHOM   CHOICE   8E
[0 SUITINGS.     SOFT   SHIRTS.
lOL  AS CAN   BE   MADE. HAND.
Ml      N.W    FABRICS���7'.c,     $100,
tv |3 JO.
Athletic Underwear
SUMMER     COMFORT     CAN
OE    OBTAINED    FROM     ATHLETIC
UNDERWEAR    THAN    FROM   ANY   OTHER   GARMENT
CAN     WEAR.       SLEEVELESS     SHIRTS     AND     KNEE I I -,
DRAWEHS,  OF  GAUZE. COTTON    AND    LINEN     *
$i r,0 THE  GARMENT
Rosebery   Anxious
Loi i   Ri .-a.-.. 11    a,', aktng   .-   ..
���  Colonial Pres   ��� ������
i
���   -.-���       in,,,!       i.. |.   -���
lab | -     ��� i*
(close- at eleven ocio .   , tpocil . .,,   ,
ir"~v*"o'mT-T iT0,.,"'    ���aacouver    *** ibe ....
i.   N   1*vuui    Vict.     , excepi   n\' i       , :,,:    ,
;j :""i''' ., ry.    He a
vv. am     . u via B.C   lv-.    Uf the power of Brl
o raUway-    . reaai cos powi
I    buniai and Seattle, including all U.   uh,��� ,���
Mi Is Despatched,
6:1*0  _.m.     ^^^
the  previous   niKh'.)-
Cool Hosiery
ITS   HARD   TO   TELL YOU   ALL  ABOUT
WONDERFUL  VARIETY    OF     HOSIERY.   .,
HAVE     SO     MANY    GOOD       MAKES       BN
CHOICE   DESIGNS.
RICH  TANS  AND  BROWNS,    NAVY
DET   BLUES.   COTTON       LISLE    AND     Bit
ZftS,   36c.  'jOc   TO  7_c   THE   PAIR
Ever-Wear Hosiery $2.15
$3.25 the Box.
uti
I
!i3\?.H>ln_t\.oaai.*n__ ���out.b- anl. PV1*18 navies he iu uneasy"rsgutftns
bet we .;  \ -a   Wectminster anu Hunt-
��,  UC ,  via i'.i' K    .ouiia     i o
outcome.    I>inl   Ri
to c^^H________^r
���   ���
r^-D,.!!?P^_^_^���JIi^r..?U^- i^iKmsibllity rest's on every
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Baseball
be explain  how
-
th<- presaun
"Nesv Westnim*.:.r Basebal, Assoc at.on
uns. e
Paoae 18b.      Barn   ebone 137
Columbia  Street.
Pag.-.--   dettverea    promuuy
any part or the city.
to
cn v
SCH KD     .      :
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM   DEPOT.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Comer Kli?fet_ St. ana    Plfth Ave__��
PHONE 170.
BOWEI.L a ODDT.  ProDnator*.
i:'ii)  am.���Ulaino and  Uca.tta,   in
Ing all !'   S   p. '���:.!* .- i   ���   .    !    ������
..ud Hall a Pi able, Pen ..-,
re, on Tu sdaj a,   i bui
Saturdays
Ctovi rdali rlct (Clover Vai
���  and
m    i.iii'
\.-.-"*d. )������    ��� .  uiui  Su
oi-..' rout.
.    v . V   ,_ E   Ra iway, os   I
,. ,      9  ...      ...- I   i rid       .   :u.      Al
|Thursdaj  at 1 excepi
Accord and  Tynefcead ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
-    ���- ���   ��� '���- ���   mli
v, ��� except ���     .
e, which . .
.   .     Ul        '  ' .anconn
on :
���
.tj._ Bat urdaj a- -��� I ���
lay.
11:00 am.���Vancouver. Vietorla atul
SPANISH    PROFESSOR
TO   BRING  CHINESE   BTUOENTI
SS I i-
. I ���      -    - ��� I 11,
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China, li:<s v. ii* - ���   ���      .
a-'klni:   him   io
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Br t��h Coiorr-bij Coasi  L na
S''^.o��
li\ir TABLE
���er. ��
I ��n ���      ���      -.
sade!
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;ol tbi   '
i.almorals JB^^B
Cubs  is   Russells,
... i. Cum
i Russells
July 20���Balmoral* vs. Cub.
VANCOLV ER    VICTORIA     SLA I ILE
ROLT ,
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.    Rnsse
Cab .. ���- call
I    Cub ral
Uissells vs. Y<
B 11 moral a ,    Yo .: g l.iii'i.
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SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN     HOMt    and '        '      M     '
p m    \ am o .-������    ..:���    ���.
stead  REGULATIONS. hake   via H. C  Electric Rallwa)
Any available Dominion Lands wlib* "r";i    ���'" extra  :! :!i- ���   ''-
in the ral in B C rluai   Victoria   via  Vam ouver   ii
bia. ma) ���    ���   ���< idod hv any per-1    Blaine and Seattle, including jfli
1. NPnt   llfl    lnnrAV  .1 S_.Tcea.
'���'-... _,, '   | -. or Quatsino i say JP*
30 except  Saturday)��� Ladnei    c���   ��� _      ,: living arlth ths Cataai  (i
Sealed tenders addressed Lo thi   un   u     u
.i rsigned and endorsed "Teadei    toJ  .,.,, w/i0 is th_ sol-- Head of a famti)
Pi  :   Offlce and  Cuatom_   PI tlngj  al ���   JU.   ���        ...    .,,,.   ,,, a^,.   ������
Ladysmith,   H   .      Public    Building, ^^
will  he  received  until
B  I*., ni a .-:.-' and      ���' .
; Flyer."
.
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FOUNTAIN PFN   %
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RED GEM f*   ���
Xjhe Ink  Pencil
Your Choice of
i-in nm   r.,, ''*"'   'x"1,t  <>{  <Jn..-quitrter  station' of
Monday. June 21, 1_.0_. for '
T_n_��r-   _lll ',     ' h"':'--    '    '   '      '     :       ���'     ���"      OOaHj    ;"
lniU'-l*   WH  '" '    W COI .,,, , *
sldered unless made upon and in at- ' '    ffl<e
Mails   Received-
i*uc  luvm juuu umee  for the district .    '   15  :, m     Blaine  and    Sail
th-    ��.--iii-,,���  ,.,4n iln wl'"1' ,;"   la'"* la sltuau       Kii'v. all U. 8   polnl     .,., .,    .
mother, uon, daughter, brother or sl     (exci  il   in.  day),  rla   i:   r   i. .,
Ra I i
Idi :��� ll
dam     with
Bpeclfleationa    may  be i, ,r of un Intending houieBtead.-r.
en on    application    to Mr. Robert]    d., eader I to]
Bel   C   - taker, Puhllc Bulldini
i'    and bi   thi   D. pai    ieni
,, -, .. . Ottawa.
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N .POLEON TESS1EH
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P. O. Boi 47i.
TeL 53,
Res, .29,
Gasoline Engines
We   Sell  the  Celebrated
PALMER   BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
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va.-
WESTMINSTER
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torm th^ ounditions connected  there Prid
. ���    .;..     o'    ��� he   toi low ing     '��� ���
via <;   N   K
. nee      10 tw   to   11:00  tt m    ; adn       Ho I
of thi   land on Qulchon,  W< i
.    ��� lay, Thursday and I - I
: r I       mother, 11 tm i  I  C  D  i	
: ,.,'. tdei   -"ii -I.--   .���       -       :  .��� i    ... Vaa
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the land en   red I n tiulri menti l to 1 p-m    I    P. K. easl
a    i.i  residence un- Bed     I   :������  ton, Praa    KM]   and Coquitlam
undi person n v. the (atber     : 00 p.m   Vaaoouver, Centri
in- moi  ��� . and I. a  -���   \rm.
(3)  i: the settler baa bla permaa m      ' 30 p.m    East Burnaby, by ci
���    nee  upon   farming   land   osra*d     ���'  10 p.m    Burquitlam, by coufl.r,
by  hi:;,  iu  the vi. lull-,  ol  In    borne      :; :;' i>'"    Biaim   aad
stead thi reqnlrementa .,   tore Id nc.   eluding all r  $.. points,
may   h ���  aatbjfled   by  reaid��nce   upon I   7:'"�� p.m.���Bpmaa and    Heal ile, in
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Six months'notice in avrlting tween Htmii-ii. hm and New \\.-*imin |
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Iron   Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Struct,   ���    New Westminster
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Hwfle Paper.
if given  t'. the commlaslon.r ol   Do
minion  land   at Ottawa ol  Inti
to a,', :��� for- patent.
''"'     Coal  miniiix rights may   be
lea . '   for    a  period of    ��� went) ona
>. ai    n  an annua) rental ol $i   pei
lacn       Nol   more   than   i'mi   ai i
shall        li ased  lo one Individual  or
Icomj in        \ royalty a. the Htt��
iiv.   ci       pei   mui shall  be collect
On Hi    li ' n ininlalil.   coal mln'-'l.
I   \V   CDHY.       j
Deput) ,. Ministoi of i.ii,. ini.oi"        Vou n.i ii���,|  ;t  10 you,- advantage
N-B      '   utborlzed    publication   ol  lo arrange your booking at this offlcs
:.lllh "1        ""'���"'  w'n   hoi be paid|whether you intend to travel ... aend
foi '.oni friends,
*~ Sailing  From Quebec.
j Empress  of   Britain
Detroit.
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KMlMfP-PEf.   "The Milwaukee"
CANffOmN PACIFIC
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HE HOME PARE
is   th.   Paper  That   Prints   All
Home      News.
The     Dally     News
10c  a   Week.
IM--   May 21
Empress of Ireland    June 4
l'or other datea and particulars apply to
K. OOIILKT,
C. P. R. Agent.
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South Wr.,, Limited"
Kanaaa City  to Chicago.
No   train     lu   the   aci    . ,.   , ���     anv
railroad lo the i ,,i ,,: ,,,������, lM
equipment thai oi i,, . .,,.,.,,, Mll.
wankst & si. Paul Rbii -   ,      *i"ti��� ��� >-
own ami OPsratS their own ilespls ���
and dining (vith on .-,,i their ti ,.��� and
give ftelr patrona an . ., i,,,,,,. ���f
service nol obtatnabli  . | ewhera
"�������� Row   ,���,Hrill A,,���11,
18. Third St., cor. a::,    |.(r,,������,,  QrJ
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN   NORTH
WEST   HOMESTEAD   REGU
LATIONS.
Any oven Dumbsrea tsotlon or Do
minion lands lu Manitoba, S.iHkatch
���wan unit Alberta, ���_c"!;itliii. | aid  "���;
nut rsssrvod, may bi bomestetded bj
any person WhO Is the sole head of li
family, or anv male over IH ywtri Ol
HRe, to the oxtenl of 0M gum ter sue
lion of 190 acres, more or i.'ss.
Application   for   entry     mum     ue
made  lu  psrSOO   by   the  ap|illcunt  al
t Domini ui  I.iiiiiIm Agency    or    nub   j
Igsnoy  for the  .llHiiict  In   which the
land is iltnite.   intry by prosy may, j
however, be muile nl nu iiKoncy on
leilalu COndltiOOl hy Ilie lulhei, molh
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Till. TRAIN OF FAME
nn:      NORTH WESTERN.
Bmbodlsa ths nsvesl and  I esl   ''' -
for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
LUXURY,     li  is   lighted   ����� b
electricity ami gas; the moal brllll
ly llliiniinai. d  train In lhe world  Th
equipment eons! I   ol private sompa
ment cur-", standard io aectlon ��i".
i-i*,    luxurious dining liiv    reollnli
r-hiiir cara   (Heals   fic.-l.   modsn   di.'
ooaohsi nmi i.uff.t. library and imoli
InK curs,
Kor   Time   Tabbv.   FoWerS,  or   BD)
hirlher Inforin.illon cull OO or tti   *
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avmnie, r. sltle. Wa-h.
IT PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY NEWS MO
..-.aY. JUNE 7,  1<W>
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE  BBVMM.
H,,-"ROBIN Hooir
h  !. used in your
pon't put oil'
[lour that is Different���
You should .start now.
onderful new flour.
i.
..md tell
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Now
There ���
la diff< i' n
kll"��i    V
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loaf your hmi.and    ,
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v uu   "ROBIN    Ml
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' can eat.
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::������'.-���.
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ie flour that is
making
ia.   All over the
west it
being talked about.   The question neighbors are
using that new ROBIN
asking
today
An
voi;
llool) FLOUR?"
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Conservation is |
Subject of Appeal ���
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thi  _,!.���    . cmdltions.   Ai
..   are certain lines
......       < ,;-.   profll :
man)   roads.    They
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........ treai
...
...  1   in].-nor
rlack   gum
I   w. 1
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ond i <      a ill  m'-**.
Such landH
a per-
tnd lumh-
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ll   |   l  1     os :.������ :     by   the j
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'.-. .      ��� -.-��� h    i  produce a
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Cooperation  Urged.
loptkn   -.
to    ties   Bl ���: an
em     co-opei
a        til r     land    <������* IK ���        ind   '���'���
a  in    flre    prevention,    a:.
��� bich  ��: I
make the
.   ���
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way   Kii-i: ring  and   Maim      ���-.       tjL
tkm       Tbi Hon
���   ���  point ii"- t ol        '        mea
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������   urise -.  toi   any  railroad."
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ROVAL STANDARD flOUR COUPONS.
iis drawn tor Ma>
41,250
45,637
30,133
31,039
48,500
48,192
56,152
39,728
41,468
44,143
e   be nai
MRS. COA-'LEY
MRS. COWERS
MRS.   SH ''.NOI.
of tbe fop-tun to date:
 Rossland, B. C.
      ... Nanaimo,  B.  C.
1145   Seventh   Ave..   Vancouver.
MRS.  R    I   SMITH     Little   River,   Comox.
MRS. TELFORD     ...   North   Vancouver,   B.   C.
MRS.   WALD8         ,.,   ..Hamilton   St.,   Vancouver.
MRS.  A    E   ADAMS     Anaconda. B. C.
MRS.   CRAWFORD Sixth  Avenue.  Vancouver.
MISS  V   B.  HUTCHINSON Langley, B. C
MRS. C. A-SHEAD  Aldergrove.  B.  C.
MRS.  W    ROWE  HARVEY Victoria,   B.  C.
MRS. M    HIGGINS  Comox, B. C.
MR. W   H.  HEIGHTQN       Mission City, B. C.
MRS. V   FERGUSON           Saanichton. B. C.
���j I tree of all charges, a handsome dinner
109 i     es.     Cat tbia ou   and ke*-p It for reference.     All the
coup ns bi ������<��� __* hav-- left our mills, though some
���-... bands v ���(. dea>ers.    Prize* will be awarded no
er when  the lucky  ������-���: ���-.- ar<* return.-<i.     We are glvlntr away
,,-.- ...-- ...      month, and '   ���   ;   l$_b. fiar-k rontai_s a coupon.
Buy iu       Standard I*   ur and *..-���-���   the    .upon-.	
MANUFACTURED BY
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\ Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd. j
X Vancouver, B. C.
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COKRtSPONUES-E
(Cootinui
Four
Eiectric Railway Service:
'irurtin   L'"*
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win       ��� ���
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au!. *   tot   I Oth
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C.ty   L.nt:
Cars   k >�����   t :.���-.*-
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I   nn at I N B   ni
Sjcp.rton    L ne:    ('.;,    have
ite* Alter  ibe hour,
II    .    and II ft j - ���
ra | .-urlnit   at   . '������"
Sunday   serve* h< '       ���'  I   ""
-...,��     |   .   -   aa 111   p. m.
ilp   in;   will   Dr.   Sipprell   .;
-,..d .-in  he  worshipped thr...
:_      .-���-. <*:' Nature   ...   >. .   be
A.u-i.iy iQ the regu ar oongrega-l
I he leas tern -.     _ *-_.. pari���
,4 who bave  D_edl< -.- ��� ���  un  His:
**     lerfu! creations
Sipprell most also know that ;
s. ��� ��� ia no thi Babbath as or-,
da r the     Umightj       Hs de-
<   .    :.  through   Hoses, that  the  Bev-
i ....   a;.-      .   *_.-.- Bath       How  van
i'h.   learned doctor est awa) fron   i
ta i   thai   be himself is nol   ki    .. .
i:    Sabbath      He ma) argue tba   th
_. ..: does u"*. maUei      It la ���i.
'i!. . a . ommand as tb. goin^ I ���
pi ��� . "witho . parse or scrip. :.-1
he apparently obeys
T :.�� ... WO V'l : '��������� a. Bl] think '
.:��� -.. ��� aii-.-. Ik- mai .! ��� Bo '"
v - it li auch is to V the
t I       me would U_e to    v. ettei
���n     i  la: g.-r   man,   wil :i  b   ���
g   heart,   _____   the   Master   H ���::. ���
__xl ii... ,i miserable shriveled up form '
*iib ,i alulSelail    up    nature a:     a
lad thai  -_n ouly centre spon one
object   thai t. controlling i 'u.
, ,��� .     .ns.     There art  people wlU-
.....     ::-   lx>rd one day  ln  the
week and  tha other Blx demand  the
I  ..-   fleets      Ther..    are others
who civ.- the _-rd all the aeveo days
ad    dn   tjcii     prate    about   it  Stth*
��� a latter ,ir_ tlu- on- * a child. ..r
���Se in need. ��.m api roai b with con-
deBce knoiring '.h<-> wlll not be
- irni-d empty ;sv_>. M: K'li'or. we
Bad Vi> road sympathy >>f the
'tvrtst and less wmsorslii;. of the lives
I Others,
W   H   M.VNSKL__.
Ne* Westminster, Jun- 6, 1908
WE   ARE    READY    TO    SHOW
you how it is cheaper to bay our
high-class building materials
than i- la ;o purchase the poorer kind. We can po .at to
buildings bul't with our taate-
rials that never need repanrs.
We can point to som_ others
that need repairs all the t.me.
But they were not built ot our
materials. See where reai
ch-apness He?0
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Small Accounts
���  . n. ��� d not wait  unrai >.���_���- '
,     ��� ��| lai |i   ��� popart
-Mint
DO  SO   TOOAY
,  ��   .  receive -very own ;���*-.   in
rusted to as, and ther
ite \inr .o_ ��...:
-
TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER   __3J3O0.0O0.00
Paints, 03s and Varnishes
When yow hav. made up your mind to do some painting,
remember that is pays to use paint or varnisftthat will stand in
all weatfcers.
Elephant paint is made from the purest of oil and lead, and
the colorings in it are the very best that can be t����- and are
mixed by experts who thoroughly understand ev��ry branch c
the   paint  busi����ess.
Our line of varnishes and s ains includes the following: Jap
a-lac. Baplac. Berry Bros. Hard Od and Varnishes. Standard
Varnishes, and Wilkinson. Heywood A Clarke's famooe English
Hie  or   varnishes.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
MUT10N, VEAl, PORK
Fresh   Porte   Sausages  daily.
Best   of   .srrrier's   PorK.
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i The Royal Bank of Canada
(COTt-s-pond-nnr.     CO    this    fttb>ec'
���mist now mass���Editor Dally News. 1
p/vciric
Meat Market
Phone 192
HsfEMlT I ANDERSON
Columbia St.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd
!.tvr Westminster, B. C. Branch.
F   B   L>'t. Manager
TAKING  PRECAUTIONS
FOR   HALIBUT   FISHERIES
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FRENCH  CREPON  THE  SAME  PRICE.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
SELLERS
STATIONERS
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NEWS  DEALERS
ijimk over ii. nrj *
and '.laik,. ont ) .ur ord t lor
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Phu :     ' .    ���
\.i ..iii ii   i ai       b anno)  yc u
No ���'��� .... n     N
> layi of custoa ���
YOU  "PRESS   THE   BUTTON,"
WE  DO   THE   REST.
It   n   Vanning, acting deputj   ���__���
tsti f   ol    ti  .ii -i"*1    WTltes   to   a    Van
couver oorrespoodeai  with regard  to
an applies ion tor an Improved salt-
inn   -a.hvi.-a   protective  Bet-vice:   "���'
has beei   arranged that  tha Neertng-
���on. whU'h has recentl>   ������ en acqstred
bj   the   departmenl.   mainly   (or   work
In ooonection with tlu* marine branch,
should al  such tini>> a> bei   aaarrto ���
.nc required engage In ta   patrol of
Canadian  terrttortal  waters   and  the |
department bas alao ai rani   '.   D   I
,   . tertng oi   he steamship JolUtetor)^
Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
|        Itllli -.
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I ,.w | Brothei   Toronto will **nd vou
,    i  cskc  "t  theh   : on.ms  Plantol
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h. t-l"l I 11H WHil1
i PRINTING
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in or-
chard, between Pine and Lhird
treets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash,.balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & U).,
Kront Street.
HENRY'S:
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Offices.  Greenhouses   and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster Road
Vancouver, B.C.  Branch Nurser>.
South Vancouver.
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VIXKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
tnrouflh the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN^
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Horn* Paper.
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
ua means a satisfied customer.
011K WORK SATISFIES
01K PRICES ARE RIGHT
Hates on wi'rk of any description or quantity quote-
on application.
. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutactttrere and D��a,er�� in All Kina   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doors,
i Jackson & Morrison J
7 and 11 SIXTH ST. T
New Westminster. Phone 388    .'���
fr.i..i,..|,..l..H"H' ���1II.'IMI ���"."M H-.
F ARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and*-,Draining.
mm m m mm ***
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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Flour!
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: PALMER HAMMOCKS I
THE  DAILS  NKW8,
MOND.Y, JUNt -    )(M
Flour!:!
THEY  ARE STRONG, COM
FORTABLE AND DURA
BLE.
Vilim PAVING JOHP^y
|     OFftHS TRIED PRfloufj
Compre.sed     Concrete     Street   P.,
ment  Has  Many Good Qualities
���Anxious  for   Use   Her..
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itS to ��
the   llas.-iiiii     ,
my,   of    Portland,   Ores ,    _
Ing the in. ntg ,,i  tm ��a   ��_�� f
J lai class ol  i ��� ���- mi ii-. for '
��� v    treel   improvemeni (IT ��������c*'
��� to ii- adoption on tb J*.       "^
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��� the compan) *' ,n'" '   "" *"
��� . .     ih. '  ��"��� heaubmltted
��� _ engineer at an <-ai ...
miopportttBOT . council bus takes the
*Le_   :.-���'          *o vial) the Rose Cit) an I
��� ....,._ pavement   in  extensive   us.
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Separate Skirts
time \ Anderson & Lusby
to buy your Flour
Now is your
COLUMBIA STREET.
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cheaper than any |.
place in town.
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We have received'
within the last ten
days five carloads,
consisting of I
Lake of the Woods
Five Roses I
Royal Household   I
Raymond's Alberta Ln
Purity
Straight Grade
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HAVE YOI
HAMPTON'S MAP ^AZINE
FOR IW ,1
it's a Gor >D 0NE-
"The     Silver      Horde,"
iv aci ., i_ running
'.HAMPTON'S.
15 CENTS.
Rex
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MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665  Columbia  street.
Ia v,       '   Special    merit   ,,(   tbi.    _ilh|   ol
,',,      jflheni i- thai it make- ,i roadwa)
. .-siAi.i   atone,   capable   ol   re   atlng
Ckidern   traffic   im    yeara   to   come
6_iassam    pavemeni   is   composed    61
4   line,     hard-trained     blue     bS alt     Ol
��� bard crushed rock, grouted with Pdn
J land  cement,   the   whole  rolled   and
a compacted contlnuouBl)  with a heav)
roll, i  during grouting,    The grout Is
thin   and   i*   com) ' IBI .1   Ol   I ".o   ; BJ ta   Ol
-,u.���! to one ..i  Portland cement   and
is      OOn    li.... ISl)       an |       lie > li.iiii. Bil)
mix.-1  during    pread iig     The   pat i
ment   is   topi-dressed   with    pea-atone,
itiii.'d into the surface voids.
Some ..: th. special features
claimed toi Hassam pavemeni are
thai it  i- of  v..   same smooth, level
all   - iii.*-     bi lng  ait
neither b) hea   noi cold, dw i -
lei    d :-v an ���  with   i   ..n.l. gritty sui
fai e a 1      e can pul hli tan
vs Ui confidenc.  an I ii" dang >i oi i.n
Ing     li  la  ivi-.- li -    an .
���   iffli
Thi  compan] gives a guarantee for
ten yi ai s, repaii ing a i ���:��� I
oui  i bai ge.  Hund eds ol  teal monia ���
in,,.     .        receh ed   from  ell     ��� ngl
.,--.���. ng depai tmenti   win  i   I      pavi
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and ���
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CUBS LOSE. *
Call and compare
o u r prices. We
have the stock, and
we   are   going  to
sell it.
Imperial
Chocolates
iRE   FINE.     TRY   THEM       A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard   Block,  New  Westm nster
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
Summer Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material  you   want   for
suits made to order,    Perfect, fit guar-
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P, O. Box 634. New Westminster
Opposite  Windsor  Hotel.
Baimbrals    Defeat   Cellar   Champion
in   Mediocre   Game.
The i
tarda)   In   11 with   il
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WIRELESS   TELEGRAPH/
ON   GERMAN   AIRSHIPS
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ttempt wa le
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ihe airship    ���!��� dli ed    ...    r   ���       tj
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I The Business of a Watch .
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ACCURATE TIME. TO   RUN    24    HOURS    EACH     DAY
AND   EVERY   DAY   IN   THE   YEAR.
A   GOOD   WATCH   WILL  KEEP  UP THIS GAIT   FOR  A
LIFETIME.       THE   WATCHES   I   SELL   ARE   GUARAN
TEED   TO   STAY   IN   BUSINESS.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION    TRUST   BLOCK
Cholrm  in  St. Petersburg.
8t. Petei i ���.   >.     i bi
-.i in iii   da)    ol       linn, i     I
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thoug ���    tba llseasi
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Wednesda)     then   \-  -���������    ���������
in the in.mi.    al
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live suspected i
to the I n pita]       :
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���*llUvei   .v. ..i
ing It.
CANADIAN   PROMOTIONS
SEEK   BRITISH  CAPITAL
������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������<*������������������������������������*�����*��������<
London, June 6 The Boulin rn \.
!..-i-'a Land ' ompan) wil: Bhortl. In
vile    subscription    im   two       in Ired
i ��� and pounds sterling   I   ��� i    cent,
debenture       The Canadian   md < li n
.-mi  Si vn i'i poratlon  has been
iv in. .1 .. ith ;i - - i'.iI ..I i went) thou*
.- and   ,���' ind      ti i ling
Bank of Montreal:
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canafla and
Newfoundland, and iu London, England, New Voik, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S, A.. and Mexico Ciiy. A general
banking buslnesa transacted, Letters of i!i��� in issued, avallabl
correspondents In all pans of tha
world.
Savings Bank Departmenl imiobIis
received in sums of .1 and upward,
and lnteresi allow..! at ;; p.-r cent pi -
annum   (|.res..iit rate).
Total   Ass.Is  over  1168,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
G. D. BI.y.MNr.K, Manager.
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Ten large lots, Seventh
Sixteenth Street, vnly
Av
enue and
$4200
'���rnir
j F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
On   Sale   Today
$4
EACH
ONE HUNDRED STYLISH UP TO DATE SEPARATE DRESS
SKIRTS FOR WOMEN OF TASTE AND DISTINCTION IN
DRESS HERE   IS   AN   OPPORTUNITY      TO     PROCURE      A
SKIRT   AT   A   GREAT    REDUCTION.   AND      AT   THE      SAME
TIME   OBTAIN   A   GARMENT   WHICH   WILL   GIVE   GENUINE   SATISFACTION    IN   WEAR
100   SKIRTS   ARE   PICKED   FROM  OUR  OVER LARGE   STOCK   PLACED   ON   THE   BARG*  ',
AT   REDUCTIONS   WHICH   WILL CLEAR  OUT THE  ENTIRE   LOT   IN   A     FEW     DAYS
WINDOW    DISPLAY:    STEP  INSIDE  AND SEE THE FULL RANG E   ON   CENTRE   TABLES   Ol
SECTION      SKIRTS   SHOW   A   WIDE   RANGE   OF   STYLES  TO   SELECT   FROM        MATERIALS  USE0
ARE   FINE   VENETIAN.   CHIFFON.   PANAMA,   STRIPED   WORSTEDS AND       SUMMER        A
TWEEDS   ALL   IN   POPULA*   SHADES  OF   NAVY,  GREEN,  CARDINAL.   GREY   AND   BLACK    |
AND   WHITE   STRIPES    AND  CHECKS.        EVERY   SKIRT   IS   PERFECTLY      FINISHED      IN
RESPECT.   NOT   AN   INFERIOR   MODEL   IN   THE   ENTIRE   LOT.     ALL   SIZES        REGULAR
$6.0 TO J1000:   ON   SALE  TOO*?,   ^OUR   CHOICE.   EACH    H
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A   SPECIAL
CORSET  OFFERING
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EMBROIDERY.
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panel i, eu        _n)   sngth sold
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