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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMIN. 1 _.K    B   I
Ml.   I    VI   Mill.!
DAMAGt.
ALLOWED PlAINIift
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILL % \ CO.
260 Columbia  St.    .            SS.
���', BSTMINSTER    li.  C,   - ''
.   _{. IRMNG  .UNK 29, IMS.
FIVE CENT    a 'H COPY.
����� cos| POLICE OFFICER SHOT DEAD
tte Mills Get 0
Amouni   Paid
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Improve-
WHILE CALLING ROBBERS TO STAND
SALMON BELLIES
CHANGE LINEUP
ER RIGHTS \f
SUBJECT Of APPEAL
Id Be
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Ashcroft Provincial Constable Killed in Fight With M
Ihought to Have Been C.P.R. Train Robbers     One
Bandit Receives Death Wound in Fight and
Two Others Escape.
en
Alterations  in Westminster
Home Come as Surprise-
Querrie May Not Play.
Records For Purposes of
Cleanliness Have Priority
Over Commercial Uses.
The  Teams.
WESTMINSTER 'I BCUMSEHS
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thoughi . ow
ot the ,    j'  it  tra|D .  ,j. .���_
t of a flghi
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enU. for th dy   wan  fqund
bi    b  ���    been
..ii  from   tbe   boai    y
��.., iii> ii     v. bo    ��� lown  the
am,
iti . oan fled
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vard, and tbe man wbo
dead . ��� t or pei
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damson
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train.
Tii.   police ar.   :.        B 'he I
an ni:.   ' .   expected
On I       ���    ove       ���-  ���   .
OeWB   was   Immedl It.        ;
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���   d
���*  -  order. ��� to at v
:. ��� ... oppori ;i. '
-   rdlng it might he- offered the '
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Li.    L   ...     Mat4
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\M HILL WIPE OUT        SUPPORT CARDINAL WHO
;       BUSSO-SWEDISH FEUO -   REFUSES TO OBEY COUhT
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B   C    E    R   To  Cor' -
I   Unve.i   Monument to  Men-.r-,
S*ed.sr. an-i  Russ an Soldiers
Who  F:     a:  Poltawa
of
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.    ��� : -   ���. in  wa
. ,��� ��� '
Stockholm, oo   tbe '
B.s   .p   and     Clergy   Uphoid     French
Ecclesiastic  Who Set Civ.I   Lav*
at    Naught.
I .-���_���    The    attitude of
���i   ���  .   ul   Bordeaux,
r*-..:.       refused   to  appear  in court
I j����   AMowrd
i ���  .-- ease
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���in  appear, i I
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tht     *   d'r-mjmc
_^^_.     f 'itoasawer cb_i��e* ln"oo_i__ction wttb
''    '     .'-:     ' -'  an  . ,-��._  bre-ch of the separation
���   *_** '. ' ���'  law       . warrnl, endorsed^ th.
***  fr",:'  ���'  '   ���  ���    ,.s and clergy and other
'     I!   '      - i,,-* nuns   ar.    thn.al.tie-   against
���     hi,r>I"'';. irehmen   who menace  th.   laithful
and  members  of  lv     -   .-- ....  _.._.,      .. .__"   	
*���������  going *j-��k on   board  the  yacnt
Star J
\.,  high  politics  will  Ih.- di*cii.*.-'d
ai Btockbolaa, and t!..- I - I  I
���   MlcbOtaa   In  goirii;   ..ii.
with exoommil���Icattoo it they acquire
.... �� proj*eit> Eortatiad under thla* ��n quest.on.
Mgr   Oicur..-.    Bishop  of     Bayonn-.
bee   been cited   to  appear i-eforp the
Jtv<t
'bav.. taken   iwcent ���     ��������
-t-. ]>��Tvr  .>" iiciiw.   �����  kohik   aiuio.;  um-.- , -    ..        .     _____________________________________
���      -,,..,.. u, ..,���._. ,     ,     .- .-'V,.,i...    cow    f..r    pronouncing
���   v.'-    :'   ��  ��~mmun.ca ion     a. ��� u
.'-'.- I, STecmon an+ Burwv,      o tbe Up**. S^IhI, dead, who fell tlZ^lT^l  Sft. ^^
Aid,
-.,<-   Indian-     nrlll     I   .-������   '   .
fifc-li-J '- - v ' ite ��ffo ���
���    b v      ���        .-   - v ���   ..
��� - 'ii. from tb    M into
cup.
... will
line   . Vie full intention of In-
y yet       ,. ��� ���     moi������ that
���   di Beit  v ��� ������r.-.-n tne
..nd tbe said < . ate pot
������> iiich   team   will   succeed   in
.nt  out   Ks  Intentions   it   i-   at
I r..-. iinjiossilii.-  to   - .- - -
Som-  w i-.-  . ���
o*  thi   ���   inion that  the  Indians may
;,!_!.    the  -Salmon  Belli.-*,  lo a i
Some     ut they are fr. m Van*
eon rer   even   hint  that   strong.
by  tti.   ���  two -iays'  rest and   practice
.   -   may   secure   rhe   i''l
three Koals mor,. thsn Westmlnste
On the whole, however, lv  tool
If th- cup would stay in this <-���!'-.     It
la possible, probable even, tha'  Wi
minster wiii find tlie Indians ... i
proposition     ;o_ay   than     they  found
then on  Saturday, but  it is scan    -.
likely  rhat  the  Indians  wiii   have Improved  sufficiently to enable them U
put   it  over  Westminster  to r_p  tune
of a clear  majority of three goals
And  to get  the cu;,  they've Rot  to
do that.
Will Be Great Game.
It's the cup that the braves a.-��-
after however, and that they'll put
up a big fight for it is certain. And
it's more goals that th_ Salmon Belli. * are aft-r. and they'll pu: up a
ble tight for Jh����m
OsinnlBj'a  game ��*a< goc^l. but Se-
iCcintinued  on  Page   Six).
^."mT-^iV. _____��� ^  ^"".^ ^.".������Bcta,to"- ^" **��h iD ^^
Company, work ai��o. Is taken a_ acf-Vkte-c.    ...,������'���'-    the   a��ju anion  "of   former
K,.*i.Sw-l,Kh   eniiv . ichurch property
K	
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who   will   _w   ...
:. and the  :. is |  A d
���������-d  out.
FUNERAL  OF  FRANK   BOWELL
Odd   Fe;
i\irtlierinor>-   Mgr.   Cieure   lUs   for
inally  instructeo  the members of his
ii:.-..i--.. to i_el��t  tbe law    providing
r.on-.ral  .-ducation.''
FARMERS WELCOME
THE RECENT RAINS
mm INCREASE
IS PRAIRIE POPULATION
... ......
... ���   w.tl. Mar,   Attend   Last   Rite,  at
\   OOtnmlUe. low's    Cemetery.
-dan     M .-��� oi ,.   late >'!a.il. B*
. aa ��� ppolnl well, -   i was killed in a rnnaa  ��� i
���*,- Van ddem  ��� iradaj    i.'ok  pla<.- >���- *
 'n.ierda,  to the Odd Kellows' een,. I
BODY    NOT    FOUND.
Census   Bureau   S��-o��*
I   One   Hund.ed   T��cu
In
Wedneedsj   wei
Ne*  Glen   Bridge
(Continued ��..i,  i .i*;<- m*.
1   the
a Bwrvice   -  l ..  !.'-.d at the resi.-1 �������
flberb. it, Re.   u  M. T%om_
son aud E   D  I'v.d.'n officiating
Then.  ��.,. ..  large j_.it_.fr:uj: ai  tti
Dragging   Operations   for   Remains   o'
John  Linn  Continued.
Good  Average   Hay  Crop   Is   Now  Assured���Threaterved Famine in
Fodder is  Averted.
I * n d  a   ve j-
u
I
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i lolHnrs
,.    ��� aa I- I   ���,
a
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HIlilS, SUKK. TO
LOSE KEV. MR. RxOHN
N.^.v   InoumbSnt    ol    Queen1-    A.tnuf
Church  G.ven  Hearty   Sendoft
From    Latt   Charge
Dragging   oj .ration:,   were  resumed
yesterday,   for     the   recovery   Of     Uie
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_,bv-.   of  young   John   Unti.  who   wa.
Tl><:'   - *'   g*��*y   ';.    '.  drowned st the point  where the  tttl
osmettrj   ���        - ������ '��� *������   ������;��� "*  emp_ea in the Fraser, on Saturday ol
'���" ,h" ��*��    ��� '    ����" �� ,ha ;.as. We+k
��� ������     ���   ���"-' '";;���,"     AiSoigh  those engaged  in seatcb
Careoce    Haass -  .    ^.on- for tbebW worked wlSi tbe greates.
���<��':"'>'! ''; ':   ' '    -"..H' car-, n.. trace of the bods was found.
Tl- :'';?-   ��        ���        Vn     .I   ���� 'l H Presumed that It must bave
S   ��� ���-     ' "��ta .','���',��� been i-amej awa, bj  tbe current   I
K.   �����">' �����  C   . ���������' ��   *" ��� j.   improbable    rhat an,   IBrtber  st.
Mi.    Will Camwon   .. *    ���   mi.,i- -a. /
Mr*.   ,li.���i-*   Bben    Sap       ".    .��....       , dragging.
' >- 11"" ' ''-;   *        '  M:\. '���   ;-; snUcipatsd  thai   11  tbe  body
H   i.ai���-,.-������ and   amlly,  -   and Mr ^   _  ^ ^           (|          ^ so tar_
Baker and IbmUy   MtM      I. ^K |her aown ^ |tm^ ^ > rowarJ
....  Mr and  Mi*   .Mi.vn. c. n. ,re         ,          r
i iggart   Clarence U  Ptw ��� ���    ' -���'
Onmeron    M'      sad    Mrs   01   tnd. i *    '��� ���	
unlly. "Flo" Warwick, Mrs   Hot-i
DUNSMUIR  OFF WAYS.
B,g  River  Tug   Is  Again   Put  In  Com.
mission.
Thi- tug  liunsinuir. which  for some
...
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aa onl)    ���-.-������
���   -
-   ' ii ... bavli . I
WEDDINGS
even-
Audi- * I
Taber Robertson.
*' ldln|   u��.k   plS ���
manse   oi   Bt. ���
liiir.-ii of I'liiM'ii. ������  ''���'''
'.. III! llll'l   ItlU'.l      "I       :l'
,,i tbe Fres i Rlter Mlllh
??J Mi     Jessie  Mn-   Robertson, ol
M   ,    ignsa   it.'iH'i"*-"1
' lhe bride, acted SB ' ',"'"*
Im gnM.in eu   uppom o
I; Sincli.h* ��>f th'', oti)
I.
v .
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1-Ih-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ V.     and   fainllv,   Mr
, uia  Brown we md bunlly,  Mebel  snd Ethel
���v     C   W        ���   -      Bro*n , ���,   Mr  ;iml  Mr,   Bampsor, Geo
-  lendofl ���   ��������� '" F Hal,   Mr   :U)d  Mrs     Howard OU-
_. , ,..,..  anobor,  Mrs. Kim and ram-
lb   _��5��_ !'0tll,���1.'!1II,',a,'V: |Um"p��-ilSS lying on the ways
' " > T Z '':::   : *�����f*"1'"' ;::;-1''"-M" "' - No:th Arm- w-s lmt lDl��com'
���      -""  ���   !uil   ^,,a    - are Gwgw Bowell. employees of mission imam yesterday
.,,, ���, follows:  ^  AWelsh. citv  storo'  Mo11'" iBd       V P ^V'^'V'V,*
,,,,������' ���   ,      ,-    - .?   .f���-.���.   \lr.  ways    for     a     gt-neral     overhauling.
ii-   C   W   and Mrs. Bros     noMWk, WsJtnWey ,'^ 'f'. ���;"^   NVhUe slR, W3S 0Pvlt of the W3tPr. she
-"���    ' M" '"; " ,,',,.   ::"', ^^  ";rM���r���, :\��   J        S5 K�� bU��  lepetoted, ber engines have
;;; :,,,i ti, ��.An * ^aa&T__flffSi_ t 5 b^0^Sv__ja she has ""
-'"'V"   r11   SF^-rS   SS* m1 d_3   Mrs    Woodnm    M.  .  ami  while  she  haa always  beea on,
touwlsdgmeol   ol    the    ten    ms     (!1U   Mr. sadMra.  \uoa   m powerful    tugs  on thl
kl���,n,.^,.  received    at    your_ J^^��:roulsjm and ^'^'^n Z, Vamlly.  rUvr. her efficiency    I. now    greater
.during  the  too.   v<iii.
���I ted amoni us ,      ���
u,, Bull) resilse that mm
���,,,,. bSs, o   Mends u��d sdvlsera  .md
v'   wl���    o thank you both most cw>
J^J tor tbe gTNt* \^^.t you have
���Iwaya ihown  In  oer work
tt     ��� the    or����ilsatloo ol
���   ��erj     ;i'"'i eni   m.    and   Mrs.   woooman,  "�����"���"""  _ ��� --.-���,- -
-     v.-u,   ���' ������������      1     and   Vlnnle, Mr. and Mrs. B Ol   the   most   powerfu      tugs
' , H*Te   >     SSS.lR.n-. J. 1>. Bowel, and family,  mvr   her efficiency    1, now
L,  Mr   sad Mm. O. B^erfs and f^ l^y        lvl^^^^^
ily 	
The recent rains have bivn 'he
!source of the greatest r-iuisfacUon .o
the farmers of the 1-rase. valley.
j The downpour ot Saturday and Sunday will probably mean an Increasa
of close on tweaty-flve per cent, in
the hay crop, and consequent ly many
dollais In tbe pockets of the agriculturalists.
ihe dry weather of tbe past tee
weeks Laj caused 'he grass to cease
growing before its usual time, and UB
imiti.. places it was airead. beginning
to head out. Oac.a '.he grass has
headed out i: will grow no more, no
mattei- what ij��e weather and consequently the farmers saw the seed appearing in the fields, wh.ch bad not
yet given above two-thirds of their
usual yield, with considerable anxiety.
The recent rain and subsequent
warm weather has started the gra*s
growing again, and although it is too
late to make up all arrears ;l good
average crop is promised.
Timothy is the only kind of gras.**
that has headed out t0 any great extent The timothy tlelds are now
well in seed, and the rain will have
no effect on them. The timothy
crop will consequently be short, but
! all other kinds of grass will probably
respond to the favorable weather,
Had   the  rain  not  come,  u  is  calculated   that   ther,-     would   not   have
Ibeen above two-thirds of the average
Jhay crop this year.
iii-.- Ige Hov . i
down i in the
an order  for a wa ei     eoord     ���-.,    a
Btream  nt   Barnet   mad.    by
C   ''   (v v.-:-. -a ben wat.    - ommlssi .,-
er.    The appellants, the North Pa.   ������
v ompa ed    while rro~
tba rei  --��� k
v '!.* la   ��������     "I-
lows.
Wat. r   'Van ��� -. ;.i ��� tO_   A. t;
re     .Nv ���..   I'.v I..    Lumtx
Ltd . and re E W. M< Lean
..ra-.- e   ��� - '.. anj
I i.v , - ,   eal under tbe w .'���'
Clausei i' naoiidatlon Ai * R .** . C
:��� ���:   ���".  190
"At the hearing I held on  preUmln-
k .-- tlon vhat the right to pro.   ��� J
and prosecute this app-ai was a rig it
acquv.-i   und'-r   the  old   act   C190   of
K.-'    H   ('.,   1897,   and   consequent
preserved by ?e.tion 333 of \'. ,* - .   I
19   ���
Conflicting Interests.
"This i- a hearing de novo. iK, -i
vs. Thompson 10 B.C R. lTTi. T^-j
streani in question i.s said to contain
about l 1-2 fnebea al I ��� loweet stage.
K. \V. McLean and Hope. Graw ...
company in one interest and th*- North
Pacific Li_ui--r company appiii-fi for a
record on k at the same Utile l-H
water commissioner granted a record
of five inches to the former. Ihe
North Pacific Lumber company ap-
;--,���..* against the grant to their opponents, and also against the refusal
of their application.
Uses of Water.
The   Nichols   Chemical     company,
Dcesaora  ot     K   \v.   McLean    and
Graveley & Co., desire th._ water   for   'he   manufacture   of     acid���a
commercial purpose, and an unn.it.-ral
;  the water.    The N.  P   Lumbe*.
company   d*siri-   it   for   the  domestic
use of their employees���tbe  natural
.;.:. I ordinary use.   Between tcese two
:.f;ir'.i.ig   claim_   I   have   no,  hesr-a-
Tion in holding that   those  who wi.h
".:,.   water for i.he purpose of maintaining   life  and  for  bodily  deadlines.*���
who are using it for its manifest and
natural    purpose���have       the     better
.-.:..
"'But of course Buch claim must ne
���d   to   the     reasonable     requn-e-
ments for  the purpose  in  question.
The evidence satisfies me that od-
inch of water will supply the dom**-
tic requirements of all tie North Pa-
cific Lumber company's employ's
a '.���    -an  use the stream.
Set Aside Record.
The  record  granted  to  E.  W,  Mi-
Lean and Hope, Graveley Co.  by  tbe
! water commissioner on September 14,
1508 will therefore be set aside aau
th. s-uiie is hereby set aside and caa,
celled.    In it.   place a record wiii i**-
isue in favor of the North Pacific* Lurr,
ber company for one inch for dome,
tic   purposes,   and   BSfcJect   thereto   a
record to   E.   W.  Mct>��an  and   Hop
Graveley   &   Co.   on   tbei-r   eocceesore
in  title for  five inches.    As the 5-c
cess   Ib   divided   there    will    be    lo
I coats."
FOUR MENTIONED FOR
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORSHIP
Rumor Is Busy in Regard to Filling of
Vacancy   Left by   Dunsmuir's
Resignation.
McAsklll-Danton
Mi A-Klll     Hiul
nanton.  both  of  thla
1 '11 tho (KltllU of in,'1''
M Andrew., ihurch 00
" ,���   |.ti."tit   week        ��M
,    "k vim rery   .nnet. betoi w
!������ >     a |-,v liitlniiile fri'-nd-
A    Mel    ,,|    i.f   I|iIh   ritv.   m-N-d   "H
whlls    Mis-  v   R   i*1^''     t~   ...
'       bridesBMtt. The      jam   T..U MullX,
re ten for Vl.m.i- on ">'ir  "THE ><u >"
mon.     un   thei,   return  th+t
��� i   In tb'l c '.*'.
dial <   'Or  n.e   ^���'���*���   ������       .   ' ,��� ,    not
Sintfs ���hown  In  oer wort   sod  no1
on. l�� *��� rT'TVli _US
.���hu.vh. bul MJJ**��J��J2f, u. vou
���my we sre d^fW '";; ;" ,;:ip;.ra.
N���h tar tbe ^*ry ;';���,,,, ���:,s
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fund-
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Klaay* I* '���' ��' ��nK!',lllRin,!ly K
Ml.    N.i.m.'  o��r l"'1,1,lf' lVnv,.y our *�����'
dty,     "Mere wetdi tmu ^yu.um, proa
Begln'a, and we oWfjr> t9gui
,r_,,(��� of -"'���;'���,��������� and bappl-
wi��'/iIiik v*1 lH'^, fl,.ul 0f labor ,0
n.n_ la tha   n,,*P(M1 (..,im
iVlilrh  veil h.n.
���In tors a'"1
in***'
���ritv. yours
very
^^^^^^PKOl'l.K   tM      THK
MKT1HH1H.ITAN METHODIST
CHURCH Of flEOINA''
[������ _-	
New Dreadnoughts Are
Wonderful War Machines
m-w York   June 28-^A u_We des- meter.   T-_, eblpe will have httxanari
Ne��   i.MK,  jun,.      -v-. ...v,- .length   and ibeam.   but  the   meeeere.
patch to the S"n fnnn London s*y    rr,,(-v"
At the recent naval review at Bpll
ment* have not yet been given out
ai  ui.-  i-w. ���������-     I    The new  ships, which will be civp-
head for the Imperial Press Oongrees Laj, of f,rlng UM, pms in n single
,, wnK remarked that in the fleet tbe bxoadBlde of   16.000  pound^   win   re-
���������,,. D.xMdnouglit was already �����  qulra practically no   arger cr.-ws than
r.liv refened to a_ th,    old Dread- th<, prwen, _b��p* All the Pins which
;h. ��� iu*e   now  cvnttxilleil   hydraulicaUy   or
,UTh.  new  Dt-adnoughis  wlll    have.by   h^nj   power   will   be   electrically
���.,. tr.r. guns mounted In psJra   Th1t> controlled, so that when the guna of
Smi will be of 50 callbnv. The she"" ;one baroette   0OVOT   the   harlbette   or
ti weigh i.boo pound, each. Tbg aw, of another pair tbe electricity
iw he 67 Inciros long The P�� 'wiu im- switched off. mak ng It -.mi>o.��
l^ecll *'�� he nearly five Net 1�� dta-  ��t,ie to flre them.
MADE   PRESENTATION.
Sister Py.hia-is    Speed  Mrs.  McMi.il
on Her Way.
Sister McMeill. of the local lodge
of the Pythian Sisters was mad,, the
subject of a presentation at the hands
of the sister members of her lodge
last evening
The presentation took th0 form of
a handsome nut bowl and a pair of
pepper and salt castors. Tbe Pre~
sentatlou which was accompanied by
an address setting forth the regret
of the lodge at losing Bister McMeill,
was made by Sisters Mrs. D. Walker
and  Mrs   J,  E. Miller.
Mrs McMeill is leaving On Wednes.
day for Shawnlgan Wake, Vancouver
Island
The farewell gathering was held a'
the residence of Sister Mrs. A. H
Ferguson, .n the Knights ot Pythias
ball.
Vancouver, June 2S.���In Liberal
cirdts today three nam-s, iu addition to ibat of K. C. Wade. K l' . BtfS
mentioned for th... otfice of nontenant-
governor of Ur.tish Columbia iu succession  to  Hon   James  Lluusuiuir.
These are T W. Sterling, the Bcoteh
millionaire and tba founder and build
er of Kelowna; *tY. C. Wells, former
commission, r of lands and works, and
T. W. Patterson, former Liberal member for the islands in the local legis
lature.
While it ls generally conceded that
all three have th. qualifications fer
the high post and also the wealth to
uphold Us dignity .the feeling la I>oi -
tical, legal and social circles strongly
inclines to Mr. V. C Wade as the popular choice for the high ofllce for
which he is so eminently fitted.
Spanish Princess Christened.
La Granja, Spain, June 28.���The
christening of Princess B'.-atrlce, infant daughter of the king and queen,
took place today with the usual cere
monies. The government ministers,
diplomatic representatives and mai.y
grandees were present.
	
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Yesterday's Baseball. ���
Vancouver
Tacoma ..
Spokane ..
Seattle ��� ��� ���
Aberdeen
Portland   .
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TTTT.   DAILY  XFHTS.
TUESDAY    n,,r     ,
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
NESS.
FRATERNAL,   ETC.
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If a man had gold do,lai*s to sell  .it fifty cents and did not  let the people know anything about it. he would not  sell  any.      You  must  "ell  the people  .-���    it   totl hive lo SSlI, why they shou.d    pur.hjse   fron
thing of the value you offer them in  return  for thei,- n-oney.      Too many of us  have got  the habit of thinking that  because   we  have been a  long time    n   business everyone  mus.  of   n tcssity   know   all    ,
wares.       Use   the   advertising   columns  of  The   Daily  News  and   keep  abreast   of  the   I      *���
WANTED.
WANTED   SMART   WAITRESS   AP
ply lv iw v restaurant
WANTED \    SMART    YiU'Tll    I
..,i,  afl -��� ii.'iJ.���"    and   mak.
himsell I)     useful.      A
M :n:i_, : Dally  News.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
|
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
WESTMINSTER CARR1 VGE SH< IP
r      i      McNeil.      I>\or     1      Uv n*
ith  shop "ii   Eighth   it eei
��� b built, p ���   md pain
Ul  work n larant.
WANTED    BY    TOUNG    MAN BN
gaged In nlghi work.     Slngl. -
M isl     v   ...I--*.      Apply   Box 666,
N. WB
WANTED   GIRL    TO    WORK     AT
the Royal City Laundry.
W .NTED���Gl Bl    in  '���   -
_ppl. 320 Royal avi aue, i   i
Sixth Btreet,
FOR   SALE
FOR SALE���TWO CHEAP LOTS,
by ; : South Vancouv. r; ..ff \ le-
toria roa I, l��. _. 726. Price . l i i
��� ,.n: oaab $70; balanoe $10 ps.
month, owner, 1822 Comox, Van-
i .'-I-.
KOR SALE���WB HAVE A NICK
new six-room bouse close tn Twelfth
stre_t car line, at city limits* electric light, hot and cold water, bat-..
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B- C , Box 56,
City.
ROOMS TO RENT.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE    PEARSON    ELECTRIC    CO.,
di i ��� r     ,:i    , sotrlcal    m
fixtui :  luppllea, bouae a lr nn.
: i'li;,.    K il ing        111'  ' '. Villi:,
,.-c.     Bank ol  Oomm< :- e building,
131, P. 0  Box ���.*.'���
COOKSLEY B        PICTURE
,:,    on   SS '���      il    M     M ���  ���
Sta 1. G. Ga      :s ci
gar divan, y  m.i
md "Thi   Fair.' Colu     la       n t.
TAILORS.
POS.   i, .LVIN   l. .DISS'    .ND  MEN'S T \
ring.      \  '    i '
in
R  	
i.n".,v ���     -      Columbia
n
FEED    AND    BREAKING    STABLE.
j.   i.  MERRY  .v  CO-   PHONE   -601,
Corner  of   B :i.-kn>   and   Carnarvon
Have opened a feed
vie fur horses    Hora. *
���y   ...       Ri terence  f irnlah-d
PROFESSIONAL.
\\ 111 rESIDE A-   EDMONDS   BARR18
t.   -.   and   solicitor     Bla. kla   block |
Columbl S w  u  si ml isi
u    i   w blteslde, ll   L  i-.-i:    i I
WADE,  WHEALLER ._  McQUARRlE
i y  c   Wade, EC C, A Whealler, w
G    McQaarrl. I,    8 ���      ���
12 Lorne Btreel
Nt w     Weati
i Phone 143), an I tbe Vancouver of
la  ii No  r,. Roya] Bank Cham
'���   -   (08 Musi nms Bl re. I  a
WOODWORKING
[INS.    I.       WOODWi
.'��,. '        '
,., In. t, atali .        man*..
letali ��� . .i
in.i' bed
prietor.      W<
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Cornei
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FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH FRUIT,
Ganif. Vegetables, etc. Begble ���*.,
OPP. Windsor  Hotel.
OEORGE   _    MARTIN,  BARRIS1 ER
ai |   Solicitor.    Qulchon   block,  Co
lumbla    and    ati K. ds -
Weatmlnater, B. C
st- ,  New
FURNITURE
W.    K    KALES.   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
corner Agn's and McKenzie s'reets.
Phone 17-',. aighl call 81.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All    steam-hcaied
with hot and cold water, gas
ranee and electric light Terms
moderate. Apply A. H Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
REAL ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES   _   CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and sunurban property,
2fi0 Columbia street.
GROCERY.
KOR THK BEST VALUE IN GKO-
ceries, pbone 386 The Pure rood
Supply Grocery, p. O. Box -11
LAND SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, H. C LAND SIR
tveyor.      El.ard block,  New    \\ est
minster.  B. C.
HALE BROS. & CO.. LTD.. REAL Estate and insurance. Phone 3.5. 186
Columbia street. P. O   drawer 100.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING  UP    250    FOR    HACKS  AND
sn.art   turnout.     The   Fashion   S:a
hies.
W       MYERS    GRAY,    BARRISTER
Solicitor snd (*otary Public    Cufl i
block, Clarkaon atreet, oj:-   . .   i
Court  House.      P. 0. Box  IH     Tel
ephone 61.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printlnc      Midget !<������ ���
leaf ledgers;   Cowlc Carbon  I'm-
Phone    55.    P   O     ttox   H-       Old
Dall]   News  Block. Sixth street
ABBOTT &. HYDE, (V. H. C. ABBOTT
Proprietor). Real estate, Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyancers.
-i>S Columbia street. P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 331.
TEN ACRES, FIVE MILKS KKOM
town, one mile from new car line;
six acres cleared; 6-room house,
barn.      Price, $2200;  terms.
Mr ADAM & IRWIN. COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postoffice. Box 874;
phone 408. Real estate and Insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
MACHINE   WORKS.
E BCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited. Front street, New West-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications pre-
; ired.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B C MONUMENTAL WORKS, J AS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mouniTH-ntal tombstones, budding
- one, etc Satisfaction guarante-d
Columbia  street.  New  Westminster.
NURSERY.
RESTAURANTS.
KKNNY'S RESTAURANT    ,v    CAKE
Ticket*.   21   meals   for   $��        H-
oooklng  All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed       Open day and
night       Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE 'Mrs Archer, proprietress) Four courser. ,ons|��ting Ol
BOOp,   fl.��h.   boiled   entrve  or   roast,
pudding or pie,  tea, coffee or ml -
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   AND BELL   Kl'RNlTl.KK
and   all   kinds of   new   and   s., ond
hand goods A BpSCk, near   Tram
office.
STENOGRAPHY     4.     TYPE W R ' 1 ING
ii  .>  K     AMITY LODOE  NO
egular i I tl
bold In Oddfel owe bs Oolum
i,i.i atreei evei Monda) i >��� sing
at  8 .. clock     .' ta   Fergeeoo, so
:i    \v  c  Coetbam  re    sac.
r  W -fraser LODOE SO   ���
M   lings th,. Brats nd third Tu.
.     day in .ach month    Visiting bretb
r. n   cordially   Invited   to   attend
Lodge room   LO, 0   w   b ill   (Md
fellow.*.   . lock, Clark��on  Stre.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO   I0M   LO .
��� Meets tb�� fourth    K'id.i)    ln    Ui.
month   at * *  O'clock   la   the   ��m��ll
ball Oddfellow. Meek
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAULKtf,
Aerie  No   M ���Mi-.",  ev-v  Tu-��"tay
evening il I p.m la tbe t.*isi--��
hall. Columbia str-et. A Clark, S\
Pres ;   H   Schofleld   sHrreiary
SONS OF BOOTLAND BENEF11 KB
Boelatlon, i.ord of th.. i��v�� Camp
191���Meets on th�� first and third
TnesdB} of erory month In K of P
hall       Chief,  W    Silt:.-- a-. 1
H.nR!)   OF   TRADE���NEW v, km
min*'..-  H'.*r<l of Tri'.   ni���'��   n tn��
board   r.^.m.   City   IU      m   f,,l.o����
Third   Thared i;.      .'       .  :.    ni'.ntn.
quari-r'.    Beetlng    oa  tbs    tnim
Tbnradaj n? Fsbr ��� ��� ������   May, Aegeel
and   IfeieuTMl,   M  S  p m        Annual
niee-.inis-.i ..n th��, tbli i Thursday "f
Februar\ Nee members mi- ���
, ropos. i in l elect I ii my monthly or quarter', meeting 0 H
Stuar' Wad-   secretary
.    of Loi ��� '��� ���   ���
i
-
1       M
ener thereof In 1
���     ���:.
.   .    ., -i. ly
laya   pu '
.���������'���    With     v.
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ml .   , tertet In the i      |     .   .
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ef ( ild l.ind
- i   ReglstJ ��� . m atb
���-���
���       :    ��� :��� r,   Undi   n-   Otl
,,f th,   mid  Und ��o Bold tot  i*x<^  -i
; the "L W        <'"-l    coei  mil
     iasaai lor   g period
" " ��� V*��rg at  an IM u. j    .
LAND   PEGI .TR .    AC I Not     ������      ���
 . tfegll  be  !<���**��� I to oi
[*ab<   not   ���     tba      ..... ������ QO-HW)      a roy-ti
baa   ��� le to registei i'-������    Hen fiv.- .er,t�� ^ei  ������ ���
.... r in fee sUdj ���    m "n ibm aterobaata
:���- i  x . .   '.��� ��� i  ���        tbe Reei u
BJKl  Clerk  Ol  Surrey,   t..  T!.. -   a    I^pu') of the Mlr.l'.
lion ol  -.'.���   Townsblp oi DUtrtci of     M.8    Ueeeibsnilied
- .-   ��� .     tMBSittg   dat.-   'h     lUt   d>.*    "'���   'f"1"   Sfesltltetol
Dscetlil'". ���- i' L' . of all aad am
i ;,-.* that certain par?*! t", t:*' ' "'���
laDd ai.d [irnfiiljss situate, 'yln)f in!
baiiiK la Ibe District ol N.w W��e
minster, m ih- Fiovtaoa of lintisii
t'olmii v. rr..r�� particularly known
..nd described as Una 3 and 4. of
11" ir.c pari "f Lots ~ and I,
Group   if.   Map   l!.6     I>.i   7  r.f   H!_n*k  4.
for
LAND   AC
Cornea   Land  D Ml   *
D,Uriel of Queen C*v     ".
Tak- notirt tbat 0 *'
���  B|   pan  ol  Lots   '  ar. 1  *   Ol I; Vaneourer   BQfepO.I   ���
l^n I   ol  Block  l    "ing pen 0( l-'t |n endi    !���    .. -   ���     -
7 and  I   i'roup _ Ie���*0   the   follow inx      !-*' I
*i   . and iboa.  clalaUai ':i*'v_'   ���     Diusiesii.Isj at a post
under   poa   and   aU   -,>-rn*n.   clalrmnii .f.,  ,-.,.  ,.r^ 0*  [/t|,   ,   ��� I
sny Innr'.t in lb�� *al,l Und bp vlrlue aOVtberly   SQBtarlj    u j !,.������ *���"
of   anv   unr>irlai��r��~|   in- and terly    _nd    DOltberiy,    lollowti
i    pereoss els i       steraat   n ��hr.re  Haa around  the Mead -
tbs ��ai.i lar..' by de.���������������.���   ��h.i��<- title j-o|d*. "'. oossMMeoeeMet,    " I        .
is nm reglatered .mi- ��� ���      :* ������        - soo scree more ���.- Isss
Land   Rvgtst*.   Art     are m-      HtaVr. April nth. i��0.
FREEMAN     BUNTINO,     ROOM     1.
Guichon block.      P, 0   Box 894
CUSTOM BTENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; eopy work, ntislnens
etters etc Province ofBoe, Co-
lumbla street      Pbona 82
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO    RENT���SEVEN-ROOM     HOI S_
ivith hath,  $12 per monih.      Apply
Mowait  street,  230  Eleventh street.
ARCHITECTS,
W.  D.  OOODFELLOW.  ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
THK FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phon- 415.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coasl tested seeds, tree- plants, bee
supplies,    etc.     3010    Westminster
road.   Van. ouver.   and   branch   nursery at South Vancouver
THEATRES
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      HOI BE,
I-orn- sine:. \V N. Carty. inan_..;er
Special attractions provided during
the svason. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store
0   0   F    ROYAL    CITY    LODOE
No '.l- - D , 11 Ifollows' hall.
Columb a *:��� ��� ��� r)   I'" la
Ing  a!   I O'. IOCS      VlMMriK
win be in ids �����*.' "in'* Q i. Ul t+i.
N 0 . c i: Osborne, p 0, rsi ������ I
lnr secretary
OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
iiiriud" the Dnloo Lodge, No . A
K  and \   M   King Bolomoe L��lg��
NO    17,  A    F   and   A    M       L 0    L
No   1150; I, 0  I.. No  1698; I
Bapperton, No  46m:   |   0  F.; C  U
K    Court    Weetmtnstei     NO  880;
iir ii        od of owu, Nest  No   - I
quired   to  ron.r.l   tbe       *lm  n'  .!��.,   'kl '
.��< r   ��l-tlri   fOTtp fli.-   d
.he d��t.. ������! -he Brsl pabllcatlon of tola
ne.il.^* uj.<>n mi. an! B Ivfaall >.f a
caveat or ���.''*.��� < .. j.,.- ,. n, ;,P
lng fiimi within seek period or in d��
fault   <.f   ������ ������ ��� '        r��>gr*tra
tlon    M. .   -.nd  Sad    ��� '   -   ��    k        ��� ���    tOt
\f   .. ���      sd sad d '  '         set
ting up  nnv  rl*lm to ��r Ifl re.pect o|
and I
i f  In
toe.     And I
"f    hi    r.  ���       ' thirty ��1��i i m
a ���'-i     - - s , a.     i ;  in    .��������
'���- ��� -    alii   'w.   po. .    U d   ��ufri
,  . . ���   ....    ,    ......    -
Dated al tb. Lead Regtatr) Mea
\. * WestmlnBter Provtaoe of British
Oolantoia, thla ^rd day of May   a   n
���  -
c   s   KEITH
OI V  .    JAC'ill-MN
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK   THK   I ICSUB1    101 '���
TO BEND i'.!' OVI
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINF
Klgh!   Train.   I .--.    I.,r    |
Bl I W BEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
ana Chicago
THK T'lAIN OF FAM
nn:     north \- _an i ���-
Bmbodiefl ibe  neweal sa
EDWIN G. W. SAIT,  ARCHITECT
Guichon Block.    Telephone 838.
PAPER   HANGING  A   DECORATING.
HUDSON, Walk PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltan;
house  painting  kalsomtoing, paper
hanging    and    decorating      Sixth
.street, New Weatmlnater
CRY8TAL  THEATRE,   70_   COLI M-
ia     atreel        Flrnselaaa    moving
pictures;  Illustrated songs;   otuner.
ous atir.u lions      Program cbs    ed
Monday, Wedn isdaj an-i (rid i ���
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. Iligti-claes
v \\n-A pictures,   Illustrated  songs,
Program  chanired   Monday,   Wednef
day and Friday.
1.,   Y ,',
J,-'n   I   \\.
i'h.
District   Regimr-r     ! for   COMFORT. CONVI - I
Hi   w
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT
Tak- notice that an sppn  in   , -.. is
I i  in.ui.. to registei K  M. Cie.      .
the   owner In toe    simple    un -
:u deei   from   lb    ms��� -   and
irer of tbe cit) of N. m \\
iter, to r  McCleery, hearina  I
-tb dsy Of .lanimr;,. A    I). 1901   of all
and    iiig'iiar  tha-   . ��� : tain   pare,
trael of land and premises situate  iy
ing ..nd being   in tbe   Cii    ���>-.   -��� i
Westmlnsbir, in tbs Province oi until l 'olambta, m,,r.. p urtli i ,- -. k
��'n��   h.��P. (LIXIRY       It   Is   lighted |
; SlsOtffrllJ   and ga��.  tb.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN  HOMt
STEAD REGULATIONS
Anj availably ik.- i on Lands srttb
in the ratlws) i. I) in Brftlsb Colas)
bla, fn. i  be homsau id. i bj ani ,,, i
-.ii ��ho N tbi sol    ks, i ���,; ��� t ivi i
Oi sa)  mail  ovei  i *> > sai, >.f age   m
I l>   lllemlnat. ,1  train In
1 erjllpuient   OOOSi't       '��� ���       '
ment  ram.  tiandard   II
era,    lazartooa   im ag    u I
chair  <-irs   (m-��'*    ' ��������� ' |
bei sad huff.-' ���  I       '
n_   'am
K',r    T rue   TkblOl     t
fnrih. r laformatioa call os     ���
'F. W. PARKER
fUlsOOad Avi.niie   Beattk  w*��
ANOTHER STRIKE
AT SHEEP CREEK
Yet   More   Wealth   is   Said    to    Have
Been   Uncovered   at   New    Up
Country Camp,
Nelson. Jinn. 28.���Newa ol yel another sti-ik.- of extraordinary richness nt Sheep creek, was brought to
���i.e city yesterday i,:. j, \\\ HuE-M-
land, Buperintendeni of Che Golden
Bel] group, which was bonded earl)
in ilu- year from the holder-, y p.
Drummond and c. k. Bennett, to j.
L,  Warner and eastern attodatea
-Mi Miilliolland when In Nelson
stated thai five da.vs ago tie struck a
third ledge <>M the property which
contained ll Inches of ore running
from $100 to |150 per i.m and 12
Inch-s of lio milling or. Mr, Mui
hollaihi says Him ho lm* worked In
this -mi other districts <,i Hiiilsh
Columbia as a miner for man, years
and  has  never Been  BUCh  a   promising
surface showing as this lateai Golden Hell., ledge In addition to tte
rlchnssts there was ever) Indication
of it.* continuing both In value and
size io depth in aocordance *!'ii the
.���liiii-iii-ii-ilsilcs of the Sheep creek
ramp
Wiih regard to the Work which has
been done <-n tbe prop. " ��������� Hi i
Mulbolland   iwik    charge     be stated
that   two other   veins    had   been ex-
���  and  partially developed.     On
No  i vein BO toei o_ driftlni had been
,done and a  good    ibowlng of    high
li  ,.-.  9 Inchei in wi Ith bad been
��� ���'��� ���   on   lhe   s-'ini.-   lead
���'���''-. I ���'-.. v   ���: mm ug ore,    N'". -
vein bad been opened up to the ';-".'h-
of    lowing 2 1-2 feet of Ore averagl -.���'
.18 to the tod      Thli   v. a, ran paral- J
Kl  to No,  i   inn   wen ... feel  higher
and tt ' i"   . ul would reac* tbe main
" in  l.,da>   an,| din-Hiy tha    had  ln-.-n
done be Intended to pui   bla men to
work on , i -,.. ,|i ,:,.,, i \ and to
sack ore In preparation toi shipment
to th. melter. in addition to tbe
thre. vein mentioned atoov. there
w.-ic a couple of smaller veins lower
on the hill running from 8 to 10 Inch
ea In width and showing tolr milling
values
QeoeoaoaoeoeGQeo+o+z 4.'+c+o oeoaoeoaoeoeooaoeoeoeaeoeG
Cheap Lots 11   Bark Wanted
NEAR   TENTH   STp^ET  AND FIFTH AVENUE   FULL SIZE
LOT.   H?..   GOOQ   rCRMs
SLVtNIH   AV_NU_   ANO  SIXTH   STREET.  NICE  LOT |4W,
CORNER  SEVENTH  AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   STREET,   |660.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co. I
��� T. R. PEAR. ON, Mgr	
SHE STRUNO HIM |5 ^ O N E Y     TO     LOAfN
FOR FAIR. ALRIGHT,   ��*��^O*0*(^*0O+O+0+0+O+O+00+OaO+O+Oac^^
J^OS v . |.     r;,|., .j,in.. 28.���William
<'iili<-l   , Sealile, has filed   .  peUUon
1,1 "l' ".i- coun h.-rc demanding
thai Mr Pauline Rfhinson return to
lli"1  *��� '   which he aneges be ej
iK3,l,i' *J an engagemen.  ting an I
11 "'"" r��i  ,H'1' wedding to htm,
;I1"', toi  - . i   purpoaee,
I'm,.   ,,, |;1,,.s t|Uil ,it  |)|(i (i|||   ,li(
J"'''s' n made to the woman I,,-1
husband   ,..:,,.   |iv|I1K ,���  j,,,,.  r0omlnj.
'""'s'   ,:   .-ai-',-.      ||���  followed the
'""hi-- here after .liscoVisrln�� the .-'���
leged swindle, to endeavor to gel hi i
money back.
The woiiiaii encouraged U�� mi
unke] Kays in i,i i'i,in;,iaini and allowed  him  to believe thai  she  ��aa
-nmarrled,    aii.-,- giving bar a soli.  .,
vi,.. engagement ring, trousseau and pmitfsula-   if win
*-'"''i In  cash  to pay  off ,-, mortgage K���i,i r,.���m kWaJ mln
nk-i say,  ii, f���������.|  thai    she and with nuggets of a ..,i���,. ... ,   ,     .. ,���
her   ,.,-lian,i  were llvini. togethe,  m ,, (boSSod dollar,     -,���   ,;'.,''
'nii*i- |)f,,.n   dimmed.
'WILL PRESENT  MASONS
I WITH   GOLDEN   KEY
Nome,  Alaska    I     ,.      Vbm(m _ 0,
Alaska an. lo presi m ,|g|tlng si,.!,,
era with a golden n, , Bymboilo ��i
turning over thi   buladlctlon  ,,i  rh..
ilia.l.    ,,|'   vIl'Klll
md oltiiiinenl.-il
'���"'���'lllloll IlKH
One Thousand Cords Hemlpi
Bark, cured for tanning pur
poseSa
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APPLY  AT  ONCE.
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TIIE   DAILY   ,'EWS,
PAGE Tli.{K_
Ihe Oxford Chancellor Range
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'r.ieux   Act   to   Settle   D.s^uteJ
Points.
THE KIND
THAT PLEASES
THE PEOPLE
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ANTIQUE STATUES
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AM) NEW WESTMINSTER
Manurarturtrt   and   llwattr,   in   All   Kir,,,'   0.
Lumber,    Lath,    Shingles,    Mouldings,    Sa_l
Intrrior  Finish,     lurm-d  Work,
Kiah and  Fruit  Boxes.
I^irge- Stodl   Plain  and  Fancy Glass.
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F 4RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumli. r  Always  in  Stock  for  Fencing andjjDraining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
rlcprtnne
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citminiter
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ba ft      with General
and Oen.   -   .-..,-.
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iv    ar.   fai I a pai _
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refused    b ���   tbe    e imi a ...   and
i. ded.      Aa  a  reauli   the
Broth.
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- V:   ||   ��� '     . WhO
:    "���' " lenged a conflict
:,  Mi      In connection  with  th. .u.i_- n   fj:
tlon   a-   "i   Iii-   p.* ...   am- PROFESSOR  TO DEATv
General    Bnpei  :.    vl- ���
on   denies   any   such   attitude ng
- "   ������ -.. -     ,   ���    ib (or a friend     sei
.   - ent.      Regarding    the  pollc)   c>i
.   . the road  thai  i-  dictated by Genera]
��� ��� id found l Mai ager McLeod.
H)l NO IN WREtK
S;-..y.      F sh.rs     Oft   Afr can     Coast
'.',-���       /, -r clrr'ul     D SCO.try���
Worl".   of   Art   Recovered.
(. PURE GOODS ARE
CoWan's Perfection CoCOa
. Mlepl* Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*. Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's CaKe Icings
EVERY GROCER BLEEPS THEM
THf. COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
CHINA
Er t a brae  o'  all   kinds���P.ckard's  Pa,nted China.
Some you gee costs more, but none    s ar,y finer;
There  is r-u finer made to please my china trade;
Designs are  very fine and the  goods  are  al!   high-grade.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS  FOR   PICKARD'S  HAND PAINTED CHINA.
TIME  TABLE.
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BABY   HORRIBLY
STUNG    BY    BEES
:.    ���:.. ::.  Bavaria, _���   -Pro-
.   ..���   Matt. ;. . >.   Bohn  was
. I  to  d--ath  b\   hi-  class   an I  a
of tbe student baa
dei    odlctment for man Dr.
liohn  v.a* a  very nervous  man, and
a practical jok��-r in th-- cla_
i-r.d the fa't stirred U;_ tb.
scholars io play tricks on him and
:.- ske his life a misery' The | tea-
Bor hnptored bis pupils to leave him
atone, explaining that hi* bee th was
.:��� - iKc. but the practical joker* *--
called, would have their way an :
Unu-d tn annoy him.    Finaii
S.S. Kerland
��� : - wife and daughter., called to-
��� tbe  leading boys of th<- class,
a*kin gtt.em to put a stop- to the per-
They  re-ponded  nobly, ar. :
in  th>- claas.   saying:
���Whoever annoys Professor Bohn w'U
soundly   thrashed.*     The     threat
but It came too
Leaw Langley at I '>-i am.; arrive
at Port Haney at 8:15 a.m.. arriv. at
McAdam Landing at 8:30 a.m.; arrive at Hammond at s:40 a.m.; arrive
at Port Kells at 9:00 am.; arriv,- at
N.w Westminster at 10:30 a.m
Leave New Westminster at 4 :.o p.-
m.;  arrive at Port Kells at 5:30 pm.;
arrive at  Hammond  a: 6:00  p.m.;   ar-
tbe pro-   rive at McAdam. Landing at 6 I.'i p.m ;
.Uel Sign Works   Small Accounts
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I N E   A N D  O R N * V I '. I ��������� .
PAINTING
**_ Block. Sixth Stn ��� I
w r6BtminBter.
I'    Young.  P-   p
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DO   SO   TODAY
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D. -i  ll   Mich., Jun.- 28 ���A  Hi
, Mi, i ��������� laj tonight eayi
v    fifteen-months- oid cn.ld ,.i Mr.
and   Mrs.  Con,...    Van   Deewen,  Ol
id D        v   . lng al   th.   polnl   <�����.
ri-Idea ��� -i   "it   o:   a.:   Semblance
; ���.    to a g as the result of be
���   Ing    ung :- ol bei -.    ibe
��� to. a child was pla;-ing in the yard of hei   se. ition
lan       er ol  hom-   ���- ......   wHen   I
��� :.    When dJscov-
ea bi       een  ered ���     ������-������.  Uttle one ***    *
,:.,.  extes ������������'       BvttJ :,   ��� ������  ���    -   mered   by   bees.      Her worked :<> perfection
.      father  and   a   farm   hand,   summoned   late *.o  save  I   e  professor.     Soon  a:
. .>.--��� . -.  ,,<   ,-- ���:       ... ame, managed &> i"r th-i-'ct v i pu* irp. Dr. Botm took
(Or dri-i    '  ���    -���     a.......     :���  not   befor- to h.*   bod,  never to rise again.
of  I be       i'd   had   V-.n   terribly   stui- *
���v.. appea -n.-   Physicians say tbe child can n.,| ie- CURED OF CONSUMPTION
cover.                                                                                             ERECTS   SANITARIUM
  	
SASKATCHEWAN   FARMER Montreal, .hmo 88.���It wa*  learned
HOLDS   UP  TRAIN today that D. Lorn.   Mcf'ibbon. a lead-
  ing   business   man  of   this  city,   had
Yurkt-.n    Sask.,   J'in.    :v���Kdward Ue ided  to give $li'a....0u for l_e erec-
~ "                             Dood,   a   farmer,   two   mllea   wesi  W tion  and   equipment of a   -sanitarium                                 ,
i. -lie. was .,ii Monday ca.mmitt*- for /or    tuberculosis    treatment,    to    (be I *                   "                ^���,*   ' ���"'��� �����K"   -���--
���   Ideal   fl<    -                        trial charged with  ih>e obstruction of ere/ted at  St. Agathe. in the Laur.-n-
Ince  tbe 0-,.       i                      . Jleraj     The company had trouble ii-,n mountains.
.   Ra v..                            with him  ever since  the right-of-way \_r  McGlbbon was a couple of years
de.   ������*    ���                          was <>xpropriat��-d.    He having at  on ago a  sufferer  from  the disease,  and
...n-iii.     snd               ���    .:���:���  held op s construction gang with i,v  advice of  physicia_s  spent   much
-  ���   republic,  :.,  two     ...   b shotgun, and warned the train crew inle _n the Adirondacks. with the re-
would  - "    the vain. mu\ on Mon- _yii-_ that he was cured an<] inter._ted
daj   tbe)   found  a  barbed wire fence \n doing son_*thing for those less for-
the track,  hence the action. tunately   placed  tiian  hims��-lf
COLOMBIAN   PRESIDEM
CUTS   DOWN    EXPENSEb
���
1*1 ���
��� vn,    choice
*SD SAUSAGE
AT THK
Mt*l-
,. and two on thn
Unem, a toiai of elj
-       ..�� -        - ��� Il
��� \,. Bgalnsi all 0��
��� -:. ed    n
'       A L  ASSETS OVER  JS3.0O0.0O0.U0 I
��� -  decreed .)   Prei
  ���   ��� -P" WN > ol
j ���    .,000 .. year, and
..'..,    war;,    ap
arrive at Port Haney at 6:35 p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving   B.   A   K.   Wharf,   daily   ex
cept Saturday
"The Milwaukee"
-Th, Pioneer Limited." St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, 'South West Limited"
Kansas  City  to Chicago.
No  train*  in   the  service   on     a_��
railroad   in  the   worW  that   equal   in
wauk.e & St. Paul Railway. Th.y
-wn and operate their own sieepin.
and dining oar? on all their trains a_d
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agen-.
134 Third St.. cor. Ald��r Po-'land. Or.
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Culrdl Meat Market Th. Roydl [Sdnknf Canada
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NO   MISTAK  SG
HIS   INNOCENCE
lOWtLL  a  ODDt.  Proonetore
The Question
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
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J. HENLEY
.CVS    WES I'M IN STER.    B    C.
rphOM  U. Office,  E.g'th  St
Ottaws   Jun.   -*     rwo more
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in  ii,,- wa )* comn '  '  '
on. the Ik
the]     Mr   Plunk*'    wbo i
. .-.��� da) af1 in,,on nil. i
wae  released a  little
>���  breaking    ������������   ��  ���"   he
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Our New Clubbing Offer
The Westminster Weekly News $1.00
The Standard of Empire (weekly)  2.00
F0R $3.00
$2.50
PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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antlnople Jew\ llera   the ''���
^ICXe   SOCCk       Etcrllcnt I rain Service Brtwcf
secom,  hand   store. Chicago, London,
Mmi  .��n th<-  Wi.
P '      i ���  1
Tl"!        .3.
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Gasoline Engine:
through
closing their
l..a|a.i,:a,.. they
H.vliad.
to
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S��H the CBlebrsUd
V MER   BROS.'
JLINE engines.
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JOHN  RCID
^Stri!.!f,   .
STMIN8TBR
WORKS
Proprietor.
Xew Westminster
utandara Brotbera, were   ringing s,|1!
againsl   Abdul  Hamid,   who form, rl
ived them us court Jewellers
recover  lose as suffer, i
former sultan arbltrarll;
. . *r . snd exiling tbem
Hanill-On,  lOFv/.^v, t,ad also been trading with
'tho in"**' sviHun-
M.       I    A..   k___. tcoordtog to a 8a_onlca despetch to <
Ontre_U,   l^UeDeC, ,,u.   ^nj.   m.UI.   A   warrant   has   just;J
n   __1       J    D���|nn    been  Wued  ordering  "Abdul  Hamid.
rOrtlanu.  DOSlOa, th6 (,,.u,iviH-d sukan,*- to appear  In
f court st thai place on July 8 to oner
An.l ��H th.' prtadpel bwrtnesseentsrsw W| ,u.f(MKV.
ONTARIO, QUEBEC sad the MAKi- _	
TIME PROVINCES. street car strike
" ������ PARALYZES  BUSINESS
Uso to BUFFALO, NB* VOKK and 	
PRTLADBLPHJA. vm Misgsrs Fall*.,   pmtslmrg, Pa., .lune 2S--\Viti, be*
. ,r Tims Tables eta. addrsss       in���ss  pawilyssd to a partial extern
Hor l.m-> lam... through     Inadequate    train   servlc.
qeo. w. vao*. fjreater Plttsborj entered today Into
,. B-OO-d day of lt�� strttit cur strike.
one  t-Ar  n��VSd  e-,ul
eubwiivs and carried
United States mall.      The I'lihllo is*
oral m^li-d and tbe taxi��ii.s ol tbe
cltv Old a lnr��t. Uislness.
Today rioting la (eared t' any at*
ti'inin on the car company's part to
rim cars Is made. The outlying
barns have taken the attention of th.
mit-orltUi. form the dowutown barns.
Speelal deputy Rberltfs and extra P*^
il,,, tvinalned on duty all night "
tbeas  i��lnts.
.. on.. Ticket ih.- seoono >ia> '
sun. <;��-M PM^e^JSjo II Yost.-rday only
not, 188 Adams St. t h" w>. ^^ ^^ ,n tJh
at
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PRINGLE'S RECORD.
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'He made an allusion  to Sli   Fred
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um r ������
I (-..aid have made more money ln
��� ���-.-��� months in th.- hut election than
l i ouM make in fh. * dney
I could have cot mor,- mone_ for four
addr.    es than 1 li
S-.'dn -���     I  waa Baked  :.. go  Into  SI
I  Bd.     I   Bo  :��� .-.     . instltoenc) "
��� Here la what we w-ant in all i ���*
legislature! men who are men, who
are ni. n and not partisans, who are
men first aad party men after."
Commenting upon those things the
Mail and  ESmpie H.ays:
This gentleman received hla first
Insight into th ��� crookedneaa of 'he
Lauri-i system while laloring as a
missionary in the Yukon. A candidate
w*a�� nominated for Parliani-nt to pro-
������   -   against   the   denrt l,-   evlla   i-hat
Hn !��� i    . itko ��� :  die ,.,,,,,111
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STORES   TO   RENT
Th.   new Odd  F'Hows'  hall   on   t���������       mer   tf   E'9h,h  ��nd   Carnarvon     slrrett.     *.
cccupat.on   on   August   let.    Thr- three I     '    ���-' ' '.Bh,��d  ��tor.t for r.nt       For pert
the   u-dernyn-d.       The   first  ap,'       nts   "J^e   first  ch
J.   J,   JOHNSTON
I ���   Block,  Columbia  st"
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SPECIAL-
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25c a Bottle
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IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
646 Columbia Street
nd si     ; ��� ��� ��� ��� si
; Ryall'-. Drug Store
��� I   -ES   TESTED  FREE
INGENUOUS   MR.   BARNARD.
Ai   i h nl ta   meet
ing of ii,,- Ooueervatlvv pert] in Victoria, li C. tbe ���: ip> aker waa sir
G ii Barnard .- genl n ..-. ��� bo
wa.,  tbi   l Son ... andbtaue    in
that city in  tbe   -lection  laat   Octo  l
and  was elected   owing  to  tbe cele
h rated  t.\- . ..'dished in fa. -im-
ile  ..,- election,  a>  fitim
Mr. K. I. Borden, setting forth a
pledge of dia.-- ��� anti-Japaaeae 1��-kIs-
lation   .!' :,-���:-. ,i-t. .��� Government
took   othr    a:   Ottawa���which    tele-
Find Out About It
Free Trip Prince Rupert and Skeena City and Return
Fare, meals and berth, everything included. Spend Dominion Day up North; return July 5. Finest week's outing in
the world.   See the  "New  Westminster of   the North."'
1     -7)~      a*.***-_-_������.       inc       *,-   i . -     lf-       '   "io       *-���--. v ia_-uf_      uuii.^      est      v/iwa n* a nu^-U waw
W-.-T.. encouraged  by tht- nilim.  men pram .\_-  Borden, month* later, wben
This  reform was defeated." gir  wrfrld  Laurier brongb.  ihe mat-
��� The mlaatonay entered warmly in- ter op ai the ..;->-nlnR of _be Baesion
tu the   stniggle   against   evil      The asbaohitel)   repudiated   as  a    forge*���
: :-nts of the Ottawa pdidciaaa made xty, origin ol that fae-si-nll.-   ar)
cruel. iinfoijnd.--d and criminal  reflee- Bord-r, -     ime  to it, remains sh   ��� ���'.
H. D. MOON & COMPANY
tions upon his character lh- Pringl"
inunphantly vindicated hims.-lf and
forced   his   enemies   to retract.
Pringl,- resemble* an epidemic, he
recurs at intervals responds readily
to :in- proper remed) for a time, but
11reaks  out  again.
When a man ol reputation, a man of
standing advance.-, state merits derogatory to a community or a government
ihey are entiii,-.! to every conJfMera-
;i,,11 and respect. The sani>- weight.
I.ov.wer. cannot attach to tht- raving"
of an irresponsible and erratic Individ
nai Mr. Pringl-- belongs to that class
of men who drf-gh- io writ.- ojr. n let
tern to eminent persons, ganing thereby a notoriety which would n'i other
wisM i,e secured He sacrifices trntn
in the desii. to be Bensatkmal.'
hi 1908, Mr. Pringle's career in Vu
kon came U> an inglorious end. and to
a*, his expression a* appli--*-! do Mt
Oongdon, "the people spued him out
of their month. Mr Congdon tbey
i-b.-ted to represent tbem in jiarlia-
menl Before leaving Yukon. Mr.
Pringl,. threatened to take the stump
in the Conservative interest* during
tin   approaching elections,
rpon arriving !n tba North-west on
his way out from Yukon, Mt. Prlngle
gave full scope to hi* Intemperate
lorm of six-ech, and the Tor. ;,a|,e:.
v.hpc not -low in publishing his scan-
dalons utterances Speaking in lOd-
iii..nton -�� said: "The worsl disgrace
of all was that Commissioner Henderson of Yukon, ibe night of his arrival
in Dawson passed 'he evening in B
dance hall in company with another
official." Mr. Henderson was shown
thi., statement, and under date 13th
Angus! 1908, says: The statement Is
absolutely untrue i bave never been
In a dance hall in Dawaon or any other
place"
Pringle's statements wet. always
made under condition- precluding a
reply, <ith>T in church hous,-. or under church auspices, tbi refore on June
24, 1908, he was publicly challenged
b) on., quite competes to deal with
him, nnd notified thai if he Prlngle,
dared take tbe public platform, as he
threaten, d to do hi challenge, would
ni'-, i bim nnd Ua. r< l.t him belore
the public Thla challenge wa i
v; ivelj ,. m i broughoui I country, inn Prlngle failed to come to the
scratch.
Now this man ha w en oui again
wi.ii Insults to men whose nam, n
is unworthy to mention .and be '"'
sui'.. every man In Nova Scotia, b)
Baying they would sell their vote foi
$5. Prlngle is a man with no sense
"i personal responsibility. His evang
ellstlc efforte In Yukon mei with no
suooesB.   He stirred up dissension and
strife.    He pledged bimsell  ll et. i l
to ih.- Yukon council fo rid official
life ni men be sold had dlsgarced H
After bis election he hobnobbed wltb
the_e same men, accepted ii.. patron
age ai their hands and declared bun
s.'U' mistaken when criticizing their
admlnlsl ral on, He sacn Iflc d his
principles, such as they were for fruit
of offlce.
II, in-tin. ed those who trui le I Ihui
He sow - ,i the wind he ��� a n l the
w.iiriwin i.    While .'uj- ��� onag
a i member >.i  the council   his letiera
rra-1 6       In,I    all   criiiv   i-.-,,  ,.     v  lng
these v us" iIe wrote letters in se.
ci-i-i condemned men i" v,.i -i) bnt
lacked the courage to charge them
when fa, to faoe Had not the mora]
courag to accepi the challenge upon
a |iiiir-icni platform extended i , bun
by ih��. ex-edltoT of Dawson newspa
pOn in June, 1908 Prlngle regarded
discretion as th. better pan of valor.
���r-d ]-. a:. .:.- xj^-ct.-d my.-tery, darker
d.*> ������* and denser 'han the my---- -���
sur---- ndiog tbe identity r.f th<- man
wh,, ������-i.-k tbe historic Billy Patter
���;_. Identity of that other
ia Istoric  character,     the    Man
������ .- [ron Mask
Vl  tbe annual party m��-e_inj: in *��� ir-
608 Marion Building, SEATTLE
Enquire   of   McADAM   &   IRWIN,   Colurrbu   Street.
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Today's Shoe Prices at   |
JOHNS TON'S
Men^ Shoes
Mens Americas made sboei tan
patent ;,nl oxbloods; .���������-. $"��� -
lm--   for
$300 A PAIR
Men ov, i,<a ia, - and oxfoi I
shoes, mad,- with men-) widow eye-
i'"-. i ityllsh young man b shoe; n ���
ular ��5.69;
TODAY'S   PRICE.   %A 25.
Men .   white   . an-... ma le
Goodyear welted    'he kind 'bar  won i
ai
|2-50 A  PAIR.
m- ii    brown can ...    b ���-     i on
a ,1    and  OOOl,
$150 A  PAIR.
Ladies' Shoes
I. , l '-B'   tan   butti ::   OZfOI 11.   S   t '��� '���'
onlv a few  left a'
$1 75   PAIR.
I.i.!..-.-    p nk     '    ...   an 1    *:,\'4.   1
i anvai sin. -s for -   *
$1 75 A  PAIR.
Ladlai '-.lack kid osforda, with pai
.-in tips;
|1.W A  PAIR
).ei       -   ��� itk froni boese il pp
95c A  PAIR
i,i'li,.-.'  regular J- 00  wblt.   -
D   I I.    wl'li   CU    ui   and   . "in
.   ���. al
$1.50 A  PAIR.
Children's Shoes
('hi ,] .-n    a lute ��� ani is '    ���    trom
60c TO $100.
'���i    ��� ���'   11 .',    trap     Ipp.
11 to   '   for
85c  A  PAIR.
Children's barefool     ��� la
as; tl    v.-v. besl made,
$1 00, $1.25 and $1.60 A PAIR.
Week   Beginning
June 28.
High-Class   Vaudeville    .nd   Moving  Pictures.!
BEARD A HERDV
Human Km>(��
,      TAMING A HUSBAND.
1 corned] ... on _. i'-
AERIAL   SERPENTINE  DA'.
H.     M id N"v.
ED   MARLOWE
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MADAME    KAI3-"
\   ! ��� Battfol   '     :.
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday.    Change nt IV ^i
Monday and  Thursday.     Lower  Floor 25c. Balcony 2i)j
Galler> 15c.
Curtain rises at 2:15 and 3-15 I
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SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd. 1
Sign of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster, B. C.    JX|
THE   LARGEST    SHOE    HOUSE   IN   B. C.
EBBBB_^_eSBSB__BBBSBBSB_^EBB_-BEE_ ADVERTISE   IN THE   NEW^ TUESDAY, JUNE ?*), ..iy.
TDK   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
ANV ONI WH tec   t
yiBMisAii... : TERENCE   BETWEEN  THE  SMITH   METHODS  OF
" I  UCH A NOI Si Nr,
-,,__.,__.__. b��   F,'r   '    ENTLY   PRACTICED MIGHT HAVE HAD A  STRIKING
HJECT   LESSON'    B.     ,', ���        tuc   ___���__-/-���..
.,,,..__. HE  SPECIAL   SALEOFWHiTEWEfR    LAST   WEEK    END.     WE
���'. S TIC I PAT ED   A    I .     .      ,
T"<     "TERS   PUT   FORWARD.  BUT   OUR   EXPECTATIONS   WERE    MOHl u ���>._>. I7crv        __,   _    ���
REALIZED       TRUE   ONE OR TWO   LINES   WERE   SOLD   COMPLETE
LY   OUT.   BUT   That      ���,    .   _jca_i_ _._.,_,,.
��� i ��NS   BETTER   BARGAINS THAN   EVER. AS WE  ARE   MAKING  BIG
CT'0"i   ��N      " TO  MEET  THE   DEMANDS   OF   THE    PUBLIC.        THE
l.REAT   REASON   FOfl   D v. ..., ., ��� .    REDUCT,ONS    18   BECAUSE   WE   HAVE   AN   ENOR-
''    ,,T0CK   ��r    Hl ���    NOW   ON   THE   WAY   FROM GREAT      BRITAIN      (BOUGHT     BY
VR     SMITH    PERSONAL!,        ,;;    *,    VUST   HAV��   THE   spAcE   F0R   JH|S   WH��|><   |y   ARRlyES
More Specials for the Holidays.
CLEARANCE   OF
i aoiES'   and  CMILDftl '.
sTRAW    HATI
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50c
$9 SO   DRESS    IKIRTI
FOR   $5 00
la almost
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M .ST  DESIRABLE
WASH    WAIST1*     J
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ran e..   ,'��v.
'��� red .a
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$1.25
NEW    ARRIVALS
IN   DANTY   NECKWEAR
\     v   .   ��� .    >-. l*-ct-on of new jabot -
��� ���  ���   collars   bows   wash sex ks, m
a  .-..  or  ortm -.   ms ai
:l->.,i  wiih ).,. ��� od em-
I      See 'b.-h,. fron   ��� ��� h 35c
��� di     of  eoveKlea   v ������   re-
��� >1   Including   Merry   Widow    and
.iliio a spies 1.1  ���
. !  pelt  Baefcle Pms, each   35-.
to .     .          $' M
in:. . sli .--d. light
.,  ���I* '        -������'���   ���   ���
��� 25c
Colored Stockings wl b bla. - -    ���
i*  ih..  latest  fashion tn  1*1
Parse      Shown   bere in  all  so
lealgas; best and mosi
���to. I. ,>f 1-idi-s' aad Child ��� d    Hoes
c'ty.  from,  i>er pair 35c
B' ACK   AND  COLORED
SILK   UNDERSK'-'
i'a 00
v��� varlet]    ol
net, ato,   Ladles
;��� ��� pali  25c
MOHAIRS   AND   LUSTRES
AT   Hi   PE��   YARD
i    .,   ���     ��
...     p|     ���
i���i nobali
wide,   lubable  '-���'
i,di |   and   children     d       '
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A  SPECIAL  IN  CORSETS
FOR   HOLIDAY   WEEK.
_���>,,. ...:i known D ,.  \  Corael -���
I  }. SO qttalltj   all sizes I'm $10.1
T. M. SMITH
Headquarters for Women', Readyto-Wear
_
gard  n a'   I -
. 1-1
i r. lng    to tl . ��� itloc com
ment-    tbe   I'* ai
court officers   Will
at two
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a    I tore   B i i
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For reliable goods at reasonable prices see the
The Big Furniture Store
of sheet mu
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_      ugh   wa*
,  : ���-      ... .      ai
... .      . ster-
512-61..    AGNES   STPEET
.
VV. E. TALES
Furniture Dealer,  Upholsterer and  Undertaker
OPPOSlT E   LIBRAR . .
PHONE   176.
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BUY    YOUR     GROCERIES    AT
Adams & Deans
It will pay vou to let us fill your orders
for .....
15c .           -��� eded Retains, 16 oz. pkgs
only  10c
To
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;- .1-c
to see S'-f. Pol I lbs. for 25c  Rhubarb, I lb a. for 10c
���:1 ���"' Carnation I ream, I tin.* for  ���,  ��� -15c
P Bl     -in  Flour,  per sack    $1-30
,,;.:..- ;        ;. ;:V     cm. .a good b, retie., t__, s n,������. .     $,.oo
. I DCk,      li.,.-- 1,.--
_ Ltd.
Thai      . .       :   . I   .-
: :.. ,   ..     i..-    -v    it  3
Irien ��t    :u id<   ������������ I   i
Hood  i'.o-.ir.
a  sample.
For a  No.  1  Ceylon  Tea  we recon-.mend   Bra d's   Best   at   50c.       Ask   for
��� ADAMS & DEANS,
'I be plans foi tbe F    I   treet i '*'���-
la..        .      ....   Ol
Keary, Alderman Henley   Cltj  Engin-
������>���:   Blackman and  Buperini adent of
Works   F: :��� '>'��� -.;������
.,    ���   started at an early date.
Tin  Bona Of .Scotland will ':.
picnic   at Westminster   Junc-v- -   -
dominion Day       Scottish games and
lancinp.      Train  leavea C.  P.  R. depot at B a.m.
Hurry, hurry, hurry, if you want to
, i;.   a i iatio at  les., lhan cost.    Only
-;..--   left  al  J.  H. Todd's
i
The accompanying   is  the    team  to
[West-tit     the     Wesi ::i.:,- �����-    C'nck'-i
0   Queen's    park    on  Thursday
.. ilnst  the    Burrards.    beginning at
11:30   am:   H.   Ramsay    B    Weliare.
:..--.   <".  \v   Houghton, C.  H   Judd. J.
.   Vidal.  C.   Klrby,   p.  C.  lashmar,
Sheriff.   S.   Riohard*on,   E.   C.   Davy
i i A   X. Other.
j     Four  hundred  dollars  cash  buys  a
I modern home one block from Colum-
|    la  street,  the  balance  may   be  paid
monthly.      Thla   house   contains   nve
s.   bath,     linen     and   other   cup-
boarrls.  fitted    pantry,    tiled  kuchen.
'veranda front and bark, and nice P31"-
.:. :.     Price only $1800.    White, Efbiles
��� Ca, 8.8 OohimbU street, city.     *���
The  death took  place at  the  Royal
(ColtU���bias  boepitisd  ot  Joseph  Par'-.
|-of Ciayton. at   th" age of  flf'-y       _"-
cnaaod   was   seised    with  a  paralytic
.stroke  working   in   lite  fields  on   his
farm at  Clayton, and ded without re-
co%erlng consciousness       The    body
baa been  isuawed  to  Murchie's  un-
dertaklng   i>-irloi_   pending   commnni-
,c.iti.,--,   with   his  brother,  who  reeid.s
at Tweed. Ontario.
Bowell & Oddy will close tonKirrow
from 2 o'clock to J for the Minto cup
Kama
Thos,, wishing  to secure lianos at
less    uian    wholesale  price    should
call at one- at .1. II. Todd's store, aa
v.-,   a >ew Instruments ar... left and
��� --   an   - .ing rapidly.
P. BURNS & CO.
From thi* date ou: drivers leave,
east and west, first trip at m30 a.m..
and ..-cond trip at 10:30 a.m. sharp.
All orders placed beforv these hours
will be guaruntet-d prompt delivery,
and ..ll meats on time. Plvase tw
| i sure to send ordera early.
Afternoon th-livery. | p.m. and 1:30
p.m .  sharp.
P   Bl'RNS _; CO..
per E  C, TRAVKS  Manager.
dune 11, 1909.
TELEPHONE   97.
Groceries and Crockervware
COLUMBIA STREET.
Thi-re wii: be a in*-. Ung of :ue newly  formed    Ro;.ai    Cltj     Navigation
Company In1 the    "ard of trad,,  room
v now evening.
White Rock Re-.. : ���A S;i-rnaid
stretch of    sandy    beach,    rendering
ith lng safe and ideal for children
and adults. Four trains daily each
way, jesg than one hour's ride from
city.      Good   water.      Camping sites.
$5.00 for    season       White   91 -  <_
Co..  City.
J. Lee Thompson, who was injured
in an accident with the dry ambulance on Sunday, continues to make
fair progress but complains considerably of pain. He is now at tbe Royal
Col uml: ian ho-pital. having been
taken there today.
F   B    Lyle.   manager  of   the   local
: branch of the Royal  Bank of Can   v
iwill  be  leaving  here  shortly  to  tak-
charge  of  a  branch   of   the   bai:
Vancouver.      He has been In th-- citj
for about three year-.
His Honor Judge Howay has g ���
judgment for tba plaintiffs in the
garnishee interpleader action of (be
international Logging Compan.
plaintiffs, and T. S. Annandale. defendant. ThLs action arose out ol
one in which Annandale was plain'i-
agalnst Loftus R. Scott, and Shenff
Armstrong, garnishee, d- tails of -whic':*.
have been reported. V" *$. MoQnar-
rle represented the Lot, g Co. ani
IW. J. Whiteside appea-ed for Annaa-
dale.
next. Strawberri-s and Ice cream
will be server! and a reception win
be tendered Mrs Scoular An interesting paper was read by Mrs Herring on tbe teaching of temperanc-e
to th- young.
The long-standing claim of Frank
Jeai agairiot the city council arising
out of the flre of January 9. whicn
destroyed his residence, will be settled by the payment of $2_'J to him,
being about one-fourth of his loss
'through the fire, over and above his
insurance
The pleasantest way to spend Saturday  afternoon  Is to  take  a  nver trip
'to    Steveston    and    back.      The SS.
i Transfer leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf
at 2 p.m. every Saturday, returning
same evening. Fare one dollar for
tfle  round trip. '""'���
Todd's great clearance sale ol
pianos will shortly close. Jump m
now and secure a bargain. **
At a meeting of the W C. T. V yesterday the ladies decided to hold a
card n party a. th��> residence of the
president,     tin,     Ooverdale   Watson.
on   Mo-dlv     afternoon     and   even m:
$50 Reward
The above reward wlll be paid by
James Lmn for the recovery of the
body of his son. John Lmn. who was
drr *ned near the mouth of Pitt riva-r
or. June 26th, by falling from the
launch   Alice   A.
JAMES LINN.
NO   SHOW   LAST   NIGHT.
Performance   at    Opera     Hoi_se   Was
Called Off
Last night was first night at the
New Westminster Opera House, and a
goodly number of citizens, togetn-r
with their wives, daughters or lady
friends, foregathered there to witness
;:.�� performance. They were, however, doomed to disappointment.
The time for the commencement of
the performance came, and the audience awaited the raising of the curtain. But tjje curtain stayed down.
Time passed and the ourtain remained
i',wu.
Finally th, manager appeared and
announced that there would be no
I-erformance. Tbe actors' baggage,
k appeared, had faik-d to put in an
appearance, lt had been shipped from
Seattle, w here the performers had
made their last stand, but they had
neglected to check it right through to
New Westminster. Oonsequenrtly
when the time came for th.- show to
commence, the baggage was reposing
in   Vancouver.      And   there  it  stayed.
The member? of the audienc,. were
provided with t^-lc��ts for this evenings pertorinanee, and 't is promised
that there shall be no mistake about
its taking place.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
Lime Juice
���j:.,. Bottle;  $i "." Qalton
Lemonade
ISC Tin.
Cattle Wash
$i 00 ialbM_
Moth Bags
Moth Camphor
Imperial Disinfect-
��� Tbeoheapeet and best
ant for all purposes.
Bathing Caps
Water Wings
Spectacles
50c and up.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORt
NEW WESTMINSTER
Live Stock Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-increasing numb.r
of stock owners sre protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer in ��he past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handl; any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legi.imate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two. and the following letter is an
instance:
New Westminst.-r, June 23, 1909
A. W McLeod. Agent liritish American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd.. \ew Wa'semtn-ter. B. C.
Dear Sir,���i beit 'to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell,"' for although my claim form was only completed
yest .rday I bave alreadj received eboque for 8800.00 in
full  payment. Yours sincerely.
iSgilv      .).  ,.   in (ISON.
You may be the next to lose some   valuable   stock,   enquire   for
ticularn.
par-
ALFRED   W.    McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
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PAGF SIX
THE   DAILY   ^WS,
TUESDAY, JUNE _*���_
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,-
ABOUT  APPLE  LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line   and   V.   V.   and E.   Cloverdale to   Sumas   ..ailway.
FROM PARIS TO
LONDON BT AIRSHIP
Attempt   Will   Be  Made  to  Accomplish
the   Voyage   By   a   Nrw   French
Fly'ng  Machine.
8. ai- d tend, rs add resi
dersigned and endorsed  'Tenders  for
Pos(  . ifflc   an I Custoi      _, i *.
Ladysmith   B.  C. Public    Bull I
will  i,.. receivi ,1  until    i   10  ,
Monday, June 21, 1909, :      th.   work
mentioned.     Tenders will noi be considered  unless made upon and in accordance   wiih    thv    oondltlons  contained in forms furnish. _     -.   1 ������
ment
Plans  and    specifications    maj
Been on    application    tc   Mr.  Robert
Bell. Car-taker, Public Building  Lady-
smith,  B.  C. and at  th.- Department
of Public Work*, Ottawa.
By order,
.NAPOLEON TE88IER,
S. <retary.
Department of Public  W -.-.-
sa, May  27, 1909,
IMPORTANT RULING BV
RAILWAY COMMISSION
Through   Rates   Must   Not   Be   in    _ i
cess   of   Combination   of   Local
Tariffs.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
Pretty Parasols
A   FEW   MORE   OF   THE
15c
SIZE   JUST  ARRIVED.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTOPE.
665 Columbia street
\; ... .      ���     ...   .,
.    :   - :.
���
I   ti ...
tbroug    rate, betn_
iii.iii would havi ��� ed fron
n of u nun   ���       local ra
..  coon,   of
judgment     tbe
thi-re la  a d Bp. - rt of
-...   . dl waj
through   rates ei      I  _
of    ItX . .
ree ed,    Tbe -
that  int.
of tbe U-S   ... .villa-
i omplalnts rates
Bboul In. of
B
Hows
"It ���     ���   :'    ��� a
say tbat ��� ite in    i
f ki
:   -:: icrimlnatorj
Lice and       t tbe i di-prool
-hould in ml col
rallwa I ways concern.-!
Mr    '���'      . -.   d,r<.   not  consider  r
��� M-,- : ���       t necessary th     . ���   order
need idgmenl I
aoed ���   tbe   dis. assion    a -
hai been
maki      thi  v. at policy ol v.    oa  I
Sltti-.. men
wl :'-      v      un oi
iia,   Sudbury,  l.uh
SUNLIGHT
SOAP���4
meets    you    hallway    does   th
aii   your   work   in   hall   the
time if you follow directions.
Sunlight Soap   absolutely
pure    save*  _lothi> from injury    hand-from roughness
lit'.- from   /"X    drudgery.
itu^a^iuiUi/iiiiiibJ
��� adon, June It     tn   air    r
:        : i Lon Ion
iknown aii
Tbe .,.:.., ui, en eni is made "i
t.    to tb    Dailj   Kail    .    _ I   i
i .. , . 'roa, v ��� d_ din . toi
Dnnjop Pn. ri
i i ;     ....       ���   the pai II
l.i: ��� dO Till*
i        . lng c
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two i   -
. kill lh t.. ��� .   ��� ���
s i In :��� -       ',,'-. ��� I i.
apecd   a       -   ' "ii. i ���  ���    .
i ���
I of 6000 feet
i!,.    .. .... ommiti ���
M*      Du    I ':������       :��� e
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lb. Mi    Du  .
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.   a ally Ma
lo fun
. . .- - - -
blp In    E
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When this mark
die outside of .,
can, be sure thai
insult- is the ;
will pay you l,i ��� ���
inside or outsidi
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ bu 11 tl i n <;. It's
warranty ol real paint valuej-bc< ausc it
paint permanent e.    I rust it���you're Burel)
IH I 1 > S IH'IM riM In ..-.iin-.
���il..... Iii Hi ��b.nlr�� (nr rirri p.iuu ���,.
bv    luilirrlul   \urnl\li   N   (.oli.r   I  o.,   I ,��r ......
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ANDERSON & LUSBY
fyent��   fOr   N'w   Wri!rriniltr   anrl   D'Hr..'.
-*i
Caster brook   Milling   Lumpany
FLOUR!'     'FLOUR ! \
IMPERIAL 17 IS   per   Bb,
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL ��G .",   p.r   Bb.
TERMINAL ��    .      . Bl   Bb.
HINDOO  FLOUR h* -0 per Bb!
McQuarrie & Co.'     ' v
KKEIl  Ml It' UP
FRONT   STREET
Net*   Wast-ni niter.
Salmon Bellies
l.liiiiii|i: Lineup
IMPHISONLD   ^^^
litMitK OF WHEAT
Sixteen    Men   Engaged   ,.    Loading   a
Grain   Ship,  Narro^.y   Escape
Awfu    Death,
Council Receives
Estimate of Cost
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED   PICTURES  AND   ILLUSTRATED    SONGS    OF     THE     VERY
HIGHEST  CLASS.
PROGRAM      CHANGED       MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY   AND   FRIDAY.      SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults     10c
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PEMS._VAI.M SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers e. Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345.             Phone 105.
.. . ��� 1 from Page On-* j
... e Glen   . re.
which : :-. ibi   ���-��� ' .  t at one.
and  tu  the ' ode* of Jamec �� oi
tor 1277      ���--  $175  ,:  c eo   ���* ng  waa
Oi   "���      ���       '-.-- loweat,  !..     .   ���
guarantees
Miscellaneous.
The 1 ��� ��� .���-
n to th. .        -   -      -
nea
M r.- ���      last yeai       The _
,:. B    perton    i li will be - i   al the
. mi. roa ���   i   i
v.a_,    allow-1    ' -
.!_<. ol th.  oval al Queen's park undei
n of I      , ��� ���
��� ���   ���  .. -       .. ���        .
to tl
TU. ma; or rep    . ������        ik.-ii
nai
,   ��� .    ���     a a repon       ���   .  ncou-
iper
Tin-  B   C   1 ������ '���      ' '���'���ill
be In v- u ted  to   remov.
reel
'.-  dom   In -I
.   , ���.       move
tin- v-!-,- then  ���   ������
\ oontraci dealing with th.  i -
of  th.   '! ���
read,    and    reft rred    b u     toi
amendmenl
1-;   M.    v. H h ���".     ecretary ol  '
i:,-.ia. .   Ratepayers   oommlttee,  *ns
Informed  thai  tbe council  would  lm
pi, -,-,��� the  North road  bridge
M.ililr.i..   J .:..     . ...��� .1     la
teai
Lak.      ... i ���*.
:       ��� ��� . ���        le    d
Kor  foor  hou .,   I ���,
��� ���   ������  ��� ���     v..   .
.*   and -
-.rig      Uirttl
��� a .
tor pipes.
Negil] ��� :   .-  .    .-> i
the  true   auttKir of  :t  lb   haul 10 dir
. over     i:.        ���    as   d i '.a: %i mo
-ii"��n when " a.. -., si.>;.
lelivei) "i .i.n,, . nd i hi srati I
n,a:ii. :   hav-   known boa
nm< i ink.    would  hold.    Then
���   i. '       ���:,'-.
tli. ir b i. .-���    eft thei     ���    m     tiding
( In tb.
until   ���   ..      :. ���   ed that none ol     ���
���;. 'I,, ' ���
-
���lid tba othei worl n..-,    ��� . .n to Hunk
I ad    ��� com.   .if   tbem       i ���������
r-omrad-H.     wh��-n a tboosand btwtwla
, ,,i :,,-, a taken oui n wer.
ted aii! hauled taoplng and aitiio-1
suffocated to thp deck-.
NOTICE.
Kinematogr^ph   Explodes.
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ .     Mail.'iil,   .fii Tm.i-.vi-
reat an<l conviction ol    parties  wholp_Tisb-d and fif'> were injur.
llw r..,. I/...- ���/_-.-- f���i.m   l��   na,-���4-~  _J_��..-_ __.._!_ -..,
$100.00  reward  offered   tor  the  ������'
RAN   INTO   SKUNK:
HIS  FIANCEE  WAITED
','  :,. -. i '.'. ai :       i , v    .-     ',,, n.-
,ii  upon  hla Ram tv lan  ��� ���
.-   e darl    v. ai-..   n,,rt.,ii mei
���    ���      : ��� .|   bun
���   ��� .. u     and  clol
Ik 8 inil.i ���
���  on   -b,-  wood i    wd��,
r:   ,,:     II       ,
il- a'   bin: .....
fo.
:,,,' i Ifl. .I    , ���     ��� md white <
Jed aboul the il�� o( a cai      H
l audi na.ii,. nt uin thai be could
not  ewerv.   enough   ���,, ml
r,rf|,.   ',-.<i      ��� ,   , .: ���.:,!,.
the ground rloh ntlj   When be picked
h in-.- i togeiin r he realised to bla n
trot thai  ni   bad met  a pole, at, and
v..,    , iii i ilshi i      He  had  prom
to mi-'-' m   fiancee al k o'clock, but,
ad    wended  Mn  waj   homeward
1-    i-ihihr..'! bin clothei
..'..ntinin-d from Page i i
B   it   It
I    .     ���:...
be
loan
... ���
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Chang.    ,n   tne   Up
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Will    '.:���
d ff. I--'.'   '���       tba   of la
Bprtni
' ���  L      DOUgh        S;-ring
iaen i
��� en hit. j. .
Th. ��� wen
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...     - ' ���        , v
h��d  been    espectad
whicl
on -.-.-.   ��� .   ���
as  the  poallioi   "'   ' wm
-Oncern��-.l      That
* ���*, ,:   t .���   , !..i: ������ ���: .... ia   ti"!
BOtll i ;���..',!
Queetlooed   ��� u .
iiinii- i,    Man.,   ���
tba exm
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I, -a   > '
Wa tblnl ��� *'
refill'?   tbe   ���* ���     .      ��� ���
���
Querr,^   Ma/    Not   Play.
Th, orrying
.   -i -t ���     . ��    ���
In ba.i aba
BP  - '        ��� "��� ;     tl.itt
He aa* < , ���
���  ������ t nlghi  und. i ���
d  It la
���  ,   ���. toda. i. ��� - net   I
place  *.
Wl '��� ..          - pan t,' v d .,n
Pelkei i   all rlgbi a*ali I win
1 . .    , ���     | ���    ivnal
In  regard  t<, tbi be  "
Fen ���       I      v ���   "!    plaj   Uh r
be. n no t     ������ ���       Tb. .    .   ���,
��� two , loba have d. ���
.     ..������   ,   of  Sv.- ���-��� ���        "
��� , tak.. Lionel  Yo.ka u Mi  ��� ���
.,. . mnell p. li v .
pla.       Inanmuch, how.   ���
���  ���   ���
��� i.       rlghl       '  ���     d
��� <���! in   onl ���
Thi .
, i     �� tbe
In regard ' '
'!'. i i,,n a aa arr'ved I I bej  ���* i I
, ��� |       >    ��� - .   ��� ba  i- nn.-  to
i norm's
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Thi
streets, facing   Fourth   avei ie.
Trice  ��S()(K), half cash, balai
terms.   Apply McQuarrief& Co.,
Front Street.
WITNL VEAL. POHK
Fr��lh    Pork      Sl.Ujil    dally. b
Best   of   Fennel's   Per*
PACIFIC
Meat Market J**5
Phone 192
McD_N.il. I *Sb.I-SCIN        Columbia St.
ASK   YOUR   GROCER   FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And tee ti-at you gel .t.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU  ST   ARRIVED
For   Wheat,   B-Hey.   Oat��    Cr-op��,   Chicken   Feed.   Bran,   5'
etc ,  ait.   u��.       Wr   wil   ��e*   I ha t   you   g"   H   promptly
HALF. BROS. & CO. _
Phon,   .3.
186 COLUMBIA   STREET. P   o   Drjv.-
r.-ut ani  conviction oi    parties wno;perished and fifty were Injured win
Intentionally   cm   logs    loon'- from |a moving picture machine   eiplo-ied
above oui mill Sunday morning, June.a Beleaguei pictur. hall    In tbe pan
20th, i&O'.i. whi.-.. followed  women  nad ohMdn
PRA8ESR HIVKR LUMBER C<
NEW
Summer and Autumn Goods
for   Ladies  and  Gentlemen
A beautiful line of material for
tailor made costume- and nuttings has-
Just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit and good
-workmanship.
WING   YUEN
Kwong On Wo A Co.  Block,
Columbia   and   Melnnes   Sib.
Phone 54. P. O. B��_ 6��5
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for La-ll from $12./-,
up.
Silver Watches, gent*.' open fac.
16.00.
Silver Watches, genta' open caae
���7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgl_
watches.
Waich r.-j,Hiring a spi-clalty.
F. CRAKE
Two  door*   f,om   Geo. A dome. Groctr
vi.r,.  trampled  un'ler foot,
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWtJ
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'jmr-e 'Phone 185.     Barn  'Phone W \\
Columbia Street.
IiBKta'ige   delivered    promptly   to
any part of tbe cltv.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFT ICE���TRAM DEPOT.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they have'taken over the'
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C.  E. TRAVE8,   Local  Manager.
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101 TUESDAY,   JUNE  .'.    .-..,
,*#eeeeeeeeeeaeee*��
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE  SKVKN.
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rvice
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British Columbia Coast Lme
Service.
TIME.   TABLE
VOUVER
M.M(IIJ_ lilAMUMJ.
IH!\(_E OWNER.
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tee
VICTORIA
ROUTE.
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Van
Sea
'e     Hope   and   the     Regent   Sold   at
Paris���Said to  Have Been Prop,
ert/   of   Ex Suitan.
Wl
British  (
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Hotel Butler Annex
-TMlN'.TER-VICTOKlA      ROUTE
eave Vl. toria loi
Wed
"EST COAST  ROUTE.
6 3. Tees.
I and 14th
an i    wa;
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't v   Ino   -     ���     Bcoti   an.
11
4.    ���
r.   ���
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5CATTLI
Street
sy  up.
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1 and July
ANAIMQ
Joan
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lea v.
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Room
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''  day  up.
1       -   per   d
bath   .2.W  p.r   d
tt ani board $-1
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Summer   Reading j
.... the latest Book*  i ,and a newshipment
:  the Sea   le Library and English 6d Novels
B C.   COAST   MAIL   SEHVICE.
SS    Q ..- :    i .��� ���   .        \' ,��� . i������)-.-,-r
���        ."   and ��� very tv,<, weeks
ll ereafl
great   11
���   ���    ������: rday a'
at 1 :     ���
kt
v   ���   .1     .
'-,...   H imid
.    ', i   .
old    od ,y '
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Q
'b.   i;   6   diamond .2,500
It   li ;    ,    -
ii Mi   Ha vl Is the own
' - Ii. .1.(1      ';, ,
il  !        many
���  i   li   lh
���������- .   .
ill n     and    thai    th
b ,|    een b
: foi    ' ������ Hope di.' oi I
when
en 750 060 I anca.
Tl ���   forced sale maj  have ���������   u
���!.. decree -.- in , i Ice, or
the a ��� ' Ion ai - - r ol
111 luck Che Hope diamond bai sained
 :. the cam ���     Th.   ���
ma owner, have met with epch ove
whelming disaster tba.  anyone might
well i^�� ezouscd tor heeltatlng to as-
i .   tb.   consequences of '*-- p.
The total of Unlay _ -.-. ��� .     ,.--r
a   minion   franc*   and    vrhetb -    Mr.
Kabid or tbe tcltan  .-  th*- richer by
'bai   amount   will   contlnie   ro  I <���
nystery.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
WE    ARE    READY    TO    SHOW
how it is cheapei to buy our
bigb-claaa building materlala
than It is to purchase tha i>oor-
t>r kind. We- can point to
buildings biii't with our materials thai ��� | repair*.
We can polnl to others
thru need repairs ai! tbe time.
But they  were not  built of our
real
lies?
[Form  Xo   9.
LAND  ACT,
[Form  So    -
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
Disti ��� i ..a--   Range On
Tar.- bat 0. B  Anderson, ol
ouver, B. C, occupation
inn ri. for   j .n to
; .      i       tbe    (olloaring     dee.     ��� I
:
Ing at a post plant .1 In '���
.small Lay on nortli shore ol  Berrj is   Dated June 6th, 1909.     Applying for
June  4th.   1909       A iply-   the whole viand, containing 160 arre3
Ing  f,��r tbe  whole Wand,  oon more or lean.
Form of  Notice.
District .,:  Ooast   Range One,
Take oodoe thai James rVateon, ot
iver, B. iv occupation, tanner,
ntends to appl] for permlsi <>n to pur-
> baae tbe following described lands:
mencing at a  i o.*t planted. *>u
Orth   ,       shor,.-   of     Owl   island
100 a. n - i   re or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDER80N,
I'-:   ri.   B.   FORD.  Agent.
I>at<-,j  June  lib, 19.9.
[Form  No   9.]
LAND ACT.
FRASER   RIVER
S.S   Beaver.
Proa   N m   '���'���  tmlneter    Monday,
.'.vl- -s-i ,y  and  Friday  at  i a m
!'-���������: Chllliwa -. Tneaday Thursday
an. Saturday at T am
KAISER EVOKES
INTO ACCIDENTS
�����' -   Ceeyrighi   ���    ���
Popular f ���       Is,   Cloth bound
Popular Cop,- ;���*(��    Paper bound
[    3   .M Cd    ',   .' \
���ata��,de L b't- ,
H -     and $1.50
75
-5c
?0c    3  for  Wc
14c.  2 for 25c
ani    information
TODHUNTER & BURR        j
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers   t
Su     '������    *���   ���     J    J    MACKAY  g  CO. J
t*..*'.****44+44*****ee*mma*eee4*4***e****44**444444t
y -    ������ *---.,rions
���'.'������
ED   OOULET
\. ��� at, New W.   mln t> r
C.   li   FOSTER.
As-T.   fi.-n    I'a*-*   Agen-    Van "liver.
J.  \V    TROl P,
Qeseral Bop-rlnt -nd -nt  vintona,
Orders  Drafting of Bill  to Secure the
Greatest   Efficiency  Among   Employes of  Railways.
Form cf Notice.
Distr.ct <.  Ooaa<   Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,, B C, occupation, lady.
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following deacrl ed  lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on
the north shore of Klaoitsis i_Und, a
small .sland south of Turner Island.
I>_-. l June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the   Whole  Island,     40  acres   more or
DORA  ANDERSON.
Pea-  S.  H.   FORD.  Agent.
Dated June C-h.  1909.
[Form  No.  9.]
LAND ACT.
JAMES   WATSOi.,
Per  S.   H.   FORD.  Agent
Dated June 6th,  1909
[Form  No.  .".J
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Oast   Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
intends to apply for permission to purchase tie following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted lathe bay at northw-st corner of Maud
island, the largest island in the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1999.
Applying for the whole island, containing 6.| acres more or less.
BERGETA ANDERSON,
Pe_   S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
Bi
One
Olsen,
01
rlin, Jun.- {8���After studying report* cK railway accident. In Oer-
i:- ... Great Britain and the United
6'ates, tie Kaiser ordered the mini-
_ ��-r o! j'l-atin. u tram,- a bill, to be
Bobmltted to the R-chsUg. making it purchase
_-^= eompolaory   ui>on   railway   companies'lands:
to stfbjaX-t all employ.-es having any-1    Commencing a*-  a post  planted  in
YOUR APf-tAL to the public tbing whatever to do witb the running bay at northw.s*.    comer of    Davlefl
trains to medical exam-Inland.     Dated   June   6th,  1909.    A?-
Inal   ti* twice a y.-ar. in studying the plying for the whole island,  contain
-'..il   and judicial  aapecta  ol   rail- jng 200 a^rres more or l��ss.
WAKE
through the columns of THE DAILY or moving of
NEWS.    The  Morning   Pape'
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast  Range
Take   notice   that  John
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer.
Intends   to   apply   for   permission   to
the    following      _e.cn ved
[Form N'o. 9.]
LAND ACT.
\
ilas-ROP.lN HOOD"���the Flourthat is Different���
been used in your home yet?   You should start now.
Don't put off trying this wonderful new flour.
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-ROBIS   MO.V
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CetlkrU i
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-ROBIS ���
iv,
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loaf  your hu��! ' ' '
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, ., i-    *���:.-. ... ��   ,
md It i
��� ���   . ��� 0   ���
..ri  mom  ��      ���
���   .   ,i -< r.-i oa In mei d in
I."      v     .     ;;,   th.'   fll'UI
boa ii-ui a difleren
it is made o|   'he
lhe n. ateel -*in,i mosi mod.
��� ;, li   rin.t   ��|.   kn..��   hov   to
��� ii   Improvement, in
waj    accidents   the   world   over,   the
K    ser fotind thai the majority Is due
to  physical   or   mi-ntai   shortcomings
on thi- /.art of --ngineeirs. flrvmen. teK--
grapb  operators, conductor.*, etc   In j
���..-s-iL-atliin   of   the   German     railway
employee  r-cor-i- in  particula..  showed that ihe m*n must prove physical
and  mental   fitiyes,   when  'hey  enter I
the, B-twIo      Whether or not the . m- i
;.!<���:���"��� s   health or  fitness   for  work j
deteriorates   In   the  sourse  of  year.,
the rallwaj companies do no: se.-ni to
tie concerned a'out. according to the ,
Kal. -r's    Inv-etic-atinn.      Ry    makin_
medical    examination    of    employee-.,
romi'*ils<>ry  thi.   Kaiser bop -  to ma-
ier'a 1 s y  f_-ihice ihe  number of  rA\ ,
nay accidenta in German?
JOHN  OLSEN.
P��r S.  H.  FORD.  Agent.
Dated  June  .th,  1909.
[Form  No   9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast  Rang* One.
Take notice tbat FVank Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands i
Commencing at a post planted iu
a small bay on north shore of Bend
island. Dated June 6tb. 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON.
Per S. H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6ti, 1909.
IForm No.  9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson
of Vancouver. B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lauds:
Form of Notice.
of  Coast  Range
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take  notice that Adolph  O.  Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends  to  apply for permis-
'sion  to purchase    the    following Ue-
i scribed laatli:
CojjW--n-in_  a* ���* P��** planted on
^ Commencing at, a  pOtn  planted on the n0ni_ st_0re Of Crib taiand.   Dated
tete -outheas; slor^ In a snoal; bay on  june gth,    1909      Applying    for the
Compton   island.     Dated   June   lib. .whole island,    containing    90    acres
1909      Applying for the whole Inland, | more 0. )ess_ ,'*
ENDEAVOR   TC
KILL
CIGARETTE   LAW
contain ng SO acres more or lo?s.
J lUi-PH  JACOBSON
_��&   S.  H   FORJJ, Agent.
Otttfti June 4tb* 1909.
*
ADOLPH 0. JOHNSON.   "��>
Par S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Daied June 6th, 19oy.
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_ave    iimxl it  in Canada
tl.- Bonra.     I'M', i forg. i
made from "Robin  hoou
, .,.:*      It  la the finest
��� -��� .- you yeureall can eat.
iobis HOOl - i"'*1'!..' iuar-
.   .-������    . v have baked twic
mon i      Co ild  e.   aboa
-.
ROB.'.
I don i
I ,   ll,,',    Wl.
"ROBIN lioo
oui
the flour that is making1
Bpokane June -v���Ciaar dealers
and :'!! B��d elgare��te smokers .-.f Spokane ar,. clubbing together in influ
ence and cash to carry the cases of
thr,-,. men arreted today for smoking
"pills'' to th,. supreme court, in an
attempt v. knock out the cumber.
soin,. new state law. Rosenhaupt &
Miller will t>e asked to make tbe l*gal
flghl
M Cbatfteld, a eook, aged 67; i��n
Baal r. .laiTK*- Barker and William
Bums, teamsters, and Andrew M
Haley, a steamfitter, have been jailed
for iiidultinsr in cigarette smoking,
tatoooed by the state Appeal will be
taken <ui Hu!".'- ,-a*.. and possibly
on.. of (be otttera, to teal i*-ih tbe law
of having the "makln's" in poaaoealon
and smoking cigarettes
.#itb ,\o   9]
LA1.B ACT.
A   WHOLE   LOT
IN   THIS   NAME
Form of Ntftke.
District of Coast Ran*, one
Take notice that Jacob Jaeobeon,
of Vancouver, B C. <x*cupation. car-
.vnt.'r. intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plaute,) on
the southwest shore of Mound taiand
Dated. June Ith. 1909 Applying for
the whole island, containing v1 acres
more or leaa,
JACOB  JA00B8ON,
Per  S.   H.   FORD.   Agent
Dated June 4th, 1909.
i       	
I Form  NO   !' ]
LAND  ACT.
You wl.i flnd it to your advantage
; to arrange your booking at this offlce.
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland July 2
Empress  of   Britain    July   16
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P.  R. Agent.
. t
���nsation in westei n
king
(lanada.   All over the \vest it
The quegtion neighbors are
i^\.*v ,y -Are>youusing that new ROBIN
>eing talked about
\\oo\) FLOUR?"
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Kern v..rk. June IS,���"i love my
nam.' Judge I -ut ii costs me lots ol
money i , keep k," loim Vincent Smolensk} told iiulce tiny in tbe supreme
coun yeat rdaj in supporl of an ap-
plloatloa to haw bis name changed
[to J.ilm Vincent Smolen.
Mr Smolensky, who is a member of
the liuil.linR rontr.n.-tincc firm of J.
[Harry Nicholson _ Co.. said that ow-
lnK to the oddltv of his name be bad
hist at least (100,000 a year for live
years
"The   name."   he     said,     'lntt - tv .-s
Lwlth my business progreaa, frequently
;nml continuously preventing me from
(procuring    interviews    wit-h     persons
who have valuable building oontraota ;
to give out      In fact, entry Into bus- i
lness linles  is  practically  closed  to |
1 ni,- because oi this name."
Mr.   Smolensky  gave  the  court  the |
rhlstory of his life, after which Judge
Guv  granted his application.
Form of  Notice.
District of coa-at Raage One.
Take   notice   that   Allien    Hum.   ol
Vancouver, B, t'., occupation farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase ihe following deecrtDed
lands:
Commencing at a i>ost planted In
bay on north shore of KOea island,
one of tbe Anderson group, Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying Bor the
whole island, containing ltio acres
more or teea
ALBERT HUNT,
Per a EL ford, Agent
Dated June Gth, 1909.
[Form  No. 9.
LAND ACT.
The  People's Airship
London.,   June   SS.���The   Idea   ol   a
public   I nnd   for   thv   purchase -of  an
airship is being Strongly supported by
secretary  of War  HaUlane,  Wbo says
that   the   win-   cifUco   will   ace pi   the
gift.    Many other pobtte in.-n approve land
the  project,  an.l  a  large  list of vnih-  Island
scriptions is already annoabcwL [{dying
Form of Notice.
Distti.-t  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, of
Vanoouver, B, c, occupation, salesman, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
land*:
Commencing at a post planted . n
the north shore of John island, an Is-
between K.es Island and  Davies
Dated. June  Hth.  1909.     Ap-
for the  whole  Island,  contain-
FIRE ALARM   BOXES.
a���Asylum.
8���Roya] City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
S���Royal Avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth Avenue aud Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's  Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
lo���Sapperton.
16���Royal Columbian hospital.
23���-Queen's  Avenue and  Sixth.
21���Third Avenue and Second.
25���Fifth Avenue and Fou'th.
26���Fifth Aveuue and Eighth.
27���Third Avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Sebaake Machine Works.
"15���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R   Station.
���12���Small &  Bncklln Mills
T.cver Rrothers, Toronto, win send you
free it cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet   -.tup, if   you mention   this pa|K-r.
lng ti" acres more or less.
JOHN   JOHNSON,
: Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
1    Dated  June t'.th, 1909.
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Preserving time
will soon be here,
and vou should be
prepared for it. We
have just received
a carload of jars,
in pint, quart and
half gallon sizes.
Latest Imperial Improved Gem sealers. Prices are very
low.
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CAMPERS' SUPPLIES
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OUR      STOCK       )F      CAMP   ���
STOVES. ETC.  IS COMPLETE.
NOW   IS   THE   PROPER   TIME
TO   PREPARE.
BRITAIN LEVIES
HUGE TRIBUTE
Vast Interest on Capital Invested Abroad Tours in
Annually.
Anderson & Lusby X
COLUMBIA  STREET.
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Idll!���" .il lm om.   wen ,|. rived      I*
Pints
95c
Quarts    $1.15
1-2 Gal.  $1.35
Don't   forget  J.   H   Todd'i  Bale  ol
lea] lustrum*:.-       otinues al] ihi.
week.     The Btore e open ever,
evening. Thos,- ranting musical
Instruments at gr. il bargains do not
fall to attend this sal.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
Ia. i don    Juni    --     [n'i eating   n
urea  showing  tbe amount  ol   Brli   h
. ,1   -.,, Invested -ibr. ad in. a
i. ���', :  bj  ...,  gi   Palgn, , ,i,i i|  ,.
Bt, .unl   . :    . fore th.   v   .,   Biai
1stlca|   s,., I. i.v   la ,   a. ���
Mr. i'.iiiali    i-ai.i  thai    tbo in.-
hi ii ish ii: >��� .tors drew I - om
holdings In Indian, colonial and ror
., ��� i mi,, ni* bonds amounted to
a total of ��31,039,083 Th,- Income
11,-in vn* boui, ��� bad i .. .iv ��� xpand
ed In recent    years    In consequence
loans  lo  i, ���   ��� ������
and .la;,an.
Tho Income   British    in\.   to
iiv..,i   from  li in..',  und  foi
ii_ii societies i om , ��� ��� ipons and I
ill way j ol  lhe i nlted Kingdom waa
..i* vl,|   uhlch,   with  tbi
from government loan.*, ma,,   ,, total
.,:_:.      -      bb < om; Bred  WJl b  tbe
lni-i >f   _ 14.518 '.."i received : -
Blmii
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Invest ������ ��� ��� ��� . .i i number ": miscellaneous undertaktngfl He had
; ih. In. "i:,.��� from 2172
companie. for ��I l< b Greet Q
had provided cai lta] and lound taut
tli_ ainotiiit rea. b d   '-."���	
If It were po       .     ��� '������ :
all the Incom. ompai lea  I
abroa 1 and .1:        itlni   In .rests -11"1
profits in tblj count] -.   v,    loi  ,
.... ��� ���
sum ,ii,i n,,i Include the   nl r.
���   ted   In   In.ii.r
and ' :i��c by peraon    - Bldini
r tbe large amo in
of   income  derived   from capital   ���
vu'u'iy plac .1 .'. n a���!
On tbe other hand   It  ami
to  recoiled    tbat    foreign  l"'''* '���
��� .. .i good .i>-.ii i ��� from . v
ital   placed   wi'li   British   compan -
To obtain ;he Income from abroad ���
nearly   JJ1 1 10.000   pei   annum G e
In   had  in.' al -l     ��1,700.000,	
und  ... .1^   ��� ��� lining    al   around .i ���*���
turn Of E i    v    -    '
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
APE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
E   ard  Block,  New  Westminster
BOWLING
In tbe Duck Pin ������ ag ie ma
evening ',', :.*-,n .uid ltir',,.1- i .���
Mi In.ii.il.| .,i,i| OUcbtisi, the ���������
were:
1      : i
Wilson B i     M     14     I
ree V,     86     SO     .   I
Totals
Mi lnjnald
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Tot.il* 172    169    171        -.'
Tonight Graham   md Carrie tt
Brysoi j,  Latham
TRADER   BRINGS   FREIGHT.
Edison Theatre
Arrives   m   Port   With   L.mr  and   Gtn
eral  Merchand'st
The steamer Trader arrived in port
rday   brinrlni;     wimi     lo-r   lrom
Victoria ��� large cargo for thla dty
Sh,- berthed flr��:  a.  Gllley*fl  wnari
Wh. r,.   Bbe     .1 scfiare��-d    six   hundr'-d
barrelfl of Ume which *_���,. had bmuatit
from   Todd   loh't.       Later  In   '...       i
! AniT-ated    Pictures    and     Illustrated   the BJOVed  np to  the  C    P   N    ��'���
Songs. (vhere  she    discharged  ten    tons  oi
  p��>neral merchandise
In th.. cour��e of ibs afternoon 'h-*-
the LATEST hits OF the        Trad. - '������" again for tba Island,   tint
season. wa_ beaded for Todd Inlet, when
  will 'oad a large, consignment ol P   t
��� . land c-mi-nt for GUI. i   Bros
Prof-'rara   changed     Monday,    \\ ea- ���
nesday  and  Friday.    Spwlaj   matlne. i judgement   Sumr-onses.
for ladi-*  und  children  Saturdays at      ,, ,        __,   > ,   ,
j.o,,      m Beftwe bla honor Judge Howay yea-
*" terday:
- Canadian Laa Book Co.,  ���*   h.u.k
ford.     N'-xi   r-oiiTt.
loeoeoaoaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaoa OiOMMMMMOMMMMMM oiS   SSt^" *"*" ����    '
Hargaret  Dynea  vi   Ennli   Bp.
ber ooun
Rabei ��� , n i Son    ��� -  0 Bi j ue     \d
Joumed  HU June 29
Direct  Bupplj  D    .-    Mi     W
ley.    No  us ii��
Delta M_at Market i    Coo   i   N   ��� '���
1 -' ��� ��� 11 r
Ii.ii,.  va.   Melson,    Claim     .,   $i.
Order to pe    $25 a month
LADIES:
���We have a large and up^o-date assort ment of gli      ind mlsa-
��s- dresses in uiz<.-- up to 'C y,_r.*.     Prices from ;.>     ,
Ladles blouses ranging up to 13.65 to ii'-ar at, aacb
9.c
P.  BURNS   .   CO.
THE WMITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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Prom  tiii* dai    ou    d as ��� ���
e.-ml   and   Brest,  I I    ;���   al   -  SO  I '
and bo. ond trip at  10 W  ��� n   himi,
All orders placed  before the <��� hoursI
will   i,i   guaranteed   prompt   delivery,
nnd all  mn,ts on  tine      Please  be
sure io M-n,i erdera astrl)
Afternoon delivery, . p m  and I  Ml
_   n. in.  nharij.
I'   BURNS * CO-
per B, C  thavks. Manager.    I
June II, i'i"'-'
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, Eng-1
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general j
banking busings transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world. ���
Savings Hank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 nnd upward.
and Interest allow,-d at 3 jh-t cent. pe>
annum (present rate).
Total  Assets owr $168,000,OOU.._.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
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Sapperton
Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
; F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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THIS STORE CLOSES AT S:30 P.  M.
LADIES' NEW
Shirt Waists
SPECIAL LINES
WHITE    LINEN
SHIRT  WAISTS.
$1.75   EACH
' |     i v . v.i
���   ,   ���   ���      nen
-. ���       tucked   front,   and
.iii.l   < .iff.       .*-!:���        i   ������,   i-
9pec_al    price    tb       ���*������- ���
each     11.70
FANCY   TAILORED  V. AISTS
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I-imIi. b   tn lor.      ... tbe '-������ ���
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INTERESTING   HOSIERY   NEWS
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cblldree       H  yoa  h*-..- been   bi ���
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I'  nu     i.u k  .. ||      ,. .���  in
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A   SPECIAL   TODAY,
.   PAIR   FOR   11.00.
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'., pair fer .. t
NtW   ETON
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LINEN COLLARS
OUT   SIZE
LISLE   HOSE
I'll    ���      V  ,,   .      Hull'
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*   1 .'   1 . ,   1 , .
P. i   pair
FINE GAUZE
LISLE HOSE
I   PAIR   FOR   $1.00
Ladles'   : -.,   Hi i ':   do f    v. .-I
gause I ah  bom  fo ��� i j
IO 10 In. 1.   *      P. J'jc,  3 for J1.00
PLAIN   CUFFS,
26c PER  PAIR
Nui ��� ���    i   on  culls,
Ik bi
Wi   l_|.'
and   trong     Per pati
26c
I  B��W lot Oi
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  20c to J-c
100   LADIES'   STRAW    SAILORS.
ON   &ALE  M>c   EACH
B ��� -1*: rede. - km i loi tbia �����  .
dec* < .,.-..
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THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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