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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
.,,.    ,.i'.TMIN-T_R,   B.C.
NEW   Wl
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LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & Cn
260 Columbia St.    Phone S:0*
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THLRSDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1909.
0 BAKNfcl
DL-ROY- BiG Mill
FIVE CENT8 I-       UP'i.
LOCAL METHODISTS     TURN THE GRAFTERS OUT. TO IrNIEKEST WEST     CONfERENCE M   S
SESSION TODAY
thai the edi '�����'
N.-w. has
I J.
timated at We   ��� il(.el.
Kilns and v , iiurcjl
Hfl Year.
���
>f advertising graft ..ncial gov
on was iiiii--i ad it. ������      -  ���     -���:  April 20,
,
Lumbei
���.ir.yed   b/   tire
r   midnight
hours.       ' ��� i
a quartet
t i ,���    dry   kilns
,_".-r (1  1...   ,r.
a in  tn.   b.y mill
.    t,   ��� ���._   hard
the (lames
-ved   inlur
|     a��t   night,
.. r t me ago thai
i to d.��<-Ontinue its
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it has
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Westminstei
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submitted for i cn
I'IV. 11.
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IN BIG EXPOSITION     IN CITY ii    WEEK
Winnipeg Delegates Will Ar- Over   Two   Hundred   Dele-
rive on Coast .Shortly to     gotes Will Attend Jubilee
loni *-   . Bhen
' < _ next b< .- Ion ��� .'
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v. rariou
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thouaanda of Pollers
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Ber In
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tlon. adds lis nam. io thiVpres^n,. indictment.
Discuss Proposal.
Methodist Gathering.
The      ls
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il Provlni ia..  ..   ������ . .
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... Bill        oi in< ney on
li
i newspi Qaliatic paiaahe       'i ��� ..
-. .        -        ta of     ��� ��� Ial Interest to d
th- Tin..
: ���   ce thla-oh irge,    toi   the   rea
v ��� graft   oi. a la
-��� ���   ��� lit with te the ssme article.
���    ��� ���     .....������  i'..i.:ii. vi Oovernmeni        ���        I    bave
ed the Doa ��� Um advertleini     gral
... ������    j.-   :..;'�� iiiii.ii ;��� roaring their indigna off.
 ^^^^B i'wting would seem to v i leans to
toward tbe ehunrh b. ���       t '������  d***i ���'      ' tJ_ai "������   Koneei Newi eneoura.. -     ���   ��� ���,..��� The
���i.a. ii. gisiatur.- will act on tb- advice snd urging ot
j o��� - -   .    ���  ':;��� ids, in Oils matt-r, force  a  show-down    that  srtil  _m-
j .      . "      ...v.-rnmeni, an.l. it is to   e hoped, provoke retaliatory measure..
Encouraging   Fins-
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i
��� bi from Vancouver
���   .    .     P    it
Bl    of   111..   tll<
imen'���  Missionary _oci��
i0^i .       ���   ��� .   .,- II ���   I 1| '���   II
\i, ...ting furt,_ ���
lin: ��� v ���  tma,| quantity
*'t!" I*1. !    Mr*  J   R (-l!'">- pr'^d'-ni  reportej
a  ��urc.-��"f'.il   amount of  work  for the
gregstton rui-. | |
���     rf*        Pot     ' ��� . . BoH
I ��� BOB      v. ... :
Usefu    Aumhar.es,
that will Joh tbe Dominion Oovern"nie_t~an_" tbe"n��-w:"spaper_ow-_eT-i whose   ^Midwinter. Aid. J-A-Potter. Aid. J K
^^���*u> de<*roy-d^
�� ar "'':     "'    :      SS__|ladleB' aid. which had taken the Ial.
Bet  Mice  ihoww i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
r.
-    the   mins
.1 t&o.san. let. ��
price  - -jtiatlve in altn-^t all new worki, and
_   .    , .. i tl        pa.��on_r-    -
jTbey rail. ', 1. ���'.��..   :
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_|<>f  the  church ��� debts
^.r*"  "Ji. The .utM-nv   ....-���  ,'       .   sunoa>
...nt a. a rea-ilVho<il     ..    ()    Cu$Mh   reportSd   a
.^.��.i    <-,,���m,^���i   m. ti.'.-:,>.i;,  at  267   with  _i   teacher, i
Hk ��f the HKkotte.Ch��m��esl _ ,...   SiinUat    _Ptlo<i|
,   .    .hlch la to- L,^  %M      tbt     K-,ut,-.h   ,..,,.���,
w. : sported  to  uave l^ g ^^ ,   .
^^^^^J m. bullae 1100 toward the :: u
"     ', ..     boa   _dal
���    Womeni    AuxllUry
;.��� ������ :ll>: embers   i
��.. back sli-        "���    >;
,.    :   i. I Itl     '
Dorntag     A
v   . -ii.S    at    Hamet
��� .      ���   ���
Milton
Ban 1 and    Mlsalon    Circle,    reported
\t ���   \\   j  Bippre : o   st tion.
siiK^uniing lo WM      Tlie ioia|  ���
' -.;, of  :'..��� C    ���  b  !���  Sbo It   1 ���"'. a 1
���listed   ������  ��� '   - being in ei
.ndlion
Th..   stewardi   elected   were   r    U
��� .    I . .x.rOlni:-    -tewar '.      <
Ho rare*  ��nd  envelopi   stew
l Ft   !������ areoa  John I'- -
���    .- 11-   Manchea              ���'.    i
lt.it
tE.T VIRMILT IN M
Baimiu nos acudent GRAND TRUNK BILL
^^^^| PASSED AT MIDNIGHT
ai",   J,    ���
WH le.
C   -pany    Ptemii,
Be to Super
��� it Job.
Phfc'a*- . . '.. i ii, t ol th.-
Jan  �� i fa *xinilued ) -��t< i
J.   ��� ..... ei.. trocotloa
|Uv��   Q    .. ^   .hf.   Trn(h   ��lr��rl
iV* ..   jury   nnd  tba
i0\.     ,- ,.   |   mbiw ^j.^
B   ' - tM.   I.nht  i om
*����� ����������� ��� .   .   killed   by. the
I k�� ..
Although Strongly Opposed,
Measure Goes Through By
Majority of Thitry-six.
t'-> i'
���MIqi
Otiii����   M.i)  :    Artei  a  itreo
Rebate.  ��ud  Uie defeat  ol   ttM   ���     ������-���
______ - _,    -_ ;en   amendmenis   oalltng   t.   nirtaei
"v ' body ..t    -',.(,"";w.,"1riti    tbe  bin  BatkoriSiag  l  "":'
the coopany'i    f no noo.000 to the Oraad Trunk Ps
<mT ���--..   Nr��   vkesi       '���..    ,a���;.j   ,lt   ^..inlalii        "���> >     '"
.. .    * ���. oeeawr. ihe �� \]UM',U ��.1S taken. a*_��i�� on th, >rel
fcV.-1 ' _*g*| !�� amendment, moved b) Mi  -**��*��� ���
��,,'; barg, ,.i the gang wWe��� (l���  .,���, mm, _j 1 smjorit. ��sa
.�� '    '���'  ��� dsn��erooB I..,.,.,,,
***�� tke aeri.ieB( oeoarreA vs,. ,l J" J^f     ^^^ ,,lW t��� p 1 usde
ti���  lovemmeai to uWe ibi��i|joii��
K wmmia-loo cm tbe Nee imi.- ���
Central Rallwa,   wUI H^"*���?
1 t port, iiini   th.    ���'^:1*"
W,U .v. sli eveauglve Mr  rg+i
^^       brinn up "ie  PllgS-
'���noun nd thai mors preeaa<
1 'm '���_>���_  , 1 ,..
Ifl �� -,
<> Sn 1
in. n Br.   workinK
, w|ine��p,.w ^tat.il
a^^H    "1   1  .  rculi  of   ihe
**tni '  n>'M'  ,TOM-  "
I   roc orerl ��� , 1 without pn.twtina
���k-lBll    .   11 |)|n|   the   hub tell
 .an auld be WM
hi __*' ' ''      '    '" fhnnte of lhe
'���' *������"����� O'"*
rtt*Mr-Bh.,
wa��  kill-
1 orwtor
1   Cajit
WIVES LEAD
UFt 01 IDLE LUXURY
t.i   I.
1 Ida
aIl ���;,|..>i:unity  to  	
lti���n dealgnsd  Is  >t>J JJ ^, of
These were all
W,,,W Upon
���Vnptore.,
Are    Overfed  and
r.tkiir��  Simulate
1  Tuberculoill,
prove the bargain
view of the oounirj^^^^^^
PeffOttOad The flrst was ino.vi-d by-
Mr. Donlen, and was to the effect that
the measure he refcrr, .1 b(K*k lo com-
to mnend lt by
lOeltlonS, binilini*
#ell ax the O. T-
to lulfl! tin- .   -i"'*'
mlrtiy.   with   power
adding effective pf
,h, (hand Trunk ��;i(OMimWlllch,he
KSft
|i''|
Hi
1 in. ooosumpttve
iroduei of (hi im
' l-'I'  which  Die tu
'��� ited by the pooi
Dr K",ru"'
I Win, S v'��l 
Pl on   I          m  inflriary,  loo-
U'"   |���.|,                                     1,11,1    II,;.    I'.HI,
_ iiiii.,/ unal ronrerenc
iiiedlcs) 111 perl n
sld wi_  srant.M th. entirpna ,     __,
i>, th,- development
ot trade thn>ug��>
forbidding the dl-
���1lm.* to foroifii
from Msrttime pro ���
.,,, lengthy ��P^��-
fanailtiiti l*"u- ttn<1
vWun of Cansdlaa
|,orts.    This dr	
in.e memberi "j"-: w;^ unuiiy de
rs. ...vl the an"'"' ��   n'      Iv   vo���.  IStl
^^^ sltiilitnt   pun j
���.mmls ar.- coaatantly in its pap trough.      Bucb  ��� c-ourse was suggested by
I-..   ��� ���������  Newi prevtooa to the laat session of ths leglalator.   ���   ���   *
,<;, _s the Vietona Times or ,\ew Westminster New- It sticks like
ta adhesive *.i_-t��.       ln the Dominion public    account* i*.    is .-hown that
���-���      i;..:s have .���a-ei��<_ ihouhandu of  dollars   from   tbe  Trovernment   for
tislng of an absolutely useless character      Th�� memb-r for Xew West-
miiater In the Hous.- of Commons pr.o,. to tbe laat general election, waa a
������    ol the Oovernmeni an. a director of the NewR company.     The
Uberal  candidate, d-f-at-d at  the last  general  election, is  also a director
0! the ismi  concern    *    ���    ���
' Ai to tba: fat aad gr-��_y parsSK  , the Vktoris Week, which spr-_d the
sdvertliemeate Over pa.*-- where colnmM should have sufBced. the p-tron-
B��e cannot, In any hooewt sense, be )u,tifl_<l      It is not wl-JUn the meaning
��� tbe Bection of the EU-<*-.i<>ns act wh|_h  autlorir-s  this    advenising that
,. medium aa th- V..-ek should be used, neither can K be explained on
the 1    ind ol expediency 01 necessity,   u _,.    : ,    coarse graft, auid it win
have tn _-��� stopped.      The Provincial  QavSTOraent    wlll.    undoubt-diy.    ;>e
-   ig_l to task by the opposition, and It Brill    .   surprising if son.,  of the
priv.it- membi-rs cm ihe Oovernmeni ude of ���'    llrmeci ,io not also take a
head i-i bringing about a weii-mer.t._ anc . ... tu,. rebake.**
Tbi�� li n real. good, slashing hxntlna article, tha*. deser-��*es hearty wwl
tor tt can do nothing but noiytl    l[      aw mote ot our contemporaries
in this province w-li) only hav,. the courage 4.,, sj^iiK out gkewlse, Ihe objeet
���   out to attain will pretty soon be accomplished.
A       ii.-   however.-.0 join t--ue with  the  peniiltimat-  paragraph of  tb.-
-    ch It Is charge)  thai    '.-  Vi.-ioriu  Tiine* and  New  Westmin-
have received thousands of dollars  from the Dominion Govern
at I     advef Ning of an abeorttelj  eeelesa character."     We leave the
-.   an-w-t for it-.-lf. but 5,0 far as the News is concerned this
.ui Alberni ooatemporar.  if. to say t     least, a groat exa.
��� ts,
amoanta received by the News for advertiM-ment.s trom the
Doi nmant  during the Last thre,. years wer- .,- follows       Kor
I- ���   HOT, *;. 46 U4;  for 1908, 1581.78, making a total of |1296.11
for the thi *      These figures ar(. takes from th,- Hlue Hook, contain
ing the A*-~i'..: Oeneral'i -*^.--pn for each of tn* >ears named.
T... phyiBSBU WON uiftiie for abs_!ut.-'.y legitimate ind aC6diiary advei.
Using and OOBipliBtd no-v.ces In regard to homestead reg-aiatio.is, tenders
for public works postal, marine and otter departmental notices. New West.
minster is the official centre of the Dominion for the Province ot British
Columbia, and tt is necessary that public announcements in regard to public
works should be advertised in some woi] circulated newspaper ln the district Th. New- claims 10 be In the be.-, way qualified by Its extensive cir
filiation to afford the wideel possible dissemination of public announce-
meat* in the district.
No sensible person esn '..-itur-i tne sxpsbdltttM of J12..17 in thr.-e
years ujK-n advertising it: this locality as In any way SZOeoslWI There Is
nothing of graft, not even tl..- lhadOw of graf: about tt Nor do these figures ssacUoo in the Ui.st the highly color.-d picture which the pioneer News
lias prvs.-ntoS in Its real io gv> the whole  hog.
Hut the payment of |i_..r. it bj '-he Domteloc Qovenuneat for a legiv
mate purpose over a period Of three years- Is a very different thing to tha
���'\'>endltur,. ol B BUS} approaching $1000 ln the Columbian by the Provincial
Oovernmeni iii��on a nineteen days' :-rraf. campaign. Again, too, it is ���>
rerj dlffereni thing to th.' I^.t. paid over to tbe Columbian by the Victoria
:reiisut\   fa.r  jdver.ising   a.-id   subset I'tions for the year 11*0$.
We believe we have shown that thl Insinuations of the Ihoneer News ,u
record to the Dall) News are utterly bssetssa, and that the editor of our
Island contemporary has been guilty of assuming thai because his Conservative friends St Victoria have been guilty of graft and malj.tacilces. the plain,
honest, business transactions of the llotnlulon Oovomment are to be regarded
i.i   tha  wiim..  light.
The   British    Columbi        ���!
________________________________________
**n_ ol       ig ... Ma-
.        ��� In com mi
project
1 and Sela.rk ,
... ....
���ward ��� - tod ol tbe   ��� ecial feai
���    . ...
.....-.��� .    ���
. Caigai.     :. an ; . , w- ���
mei    . ....... ��� ���   ��� .
\
tourin
are di ������   - rhe folk the.   full Jut.
ffilttee i.   '���'��� Innl    % m    a..- ..        -       Confei ���:. ���  \
lm is 1 Bm   iy,    Maj Hon
:  Burwaab   tt 11
as    . W.    8 inlord ��� ,, r. ���     .   c. H 1       4. A., at 7.
Brown,        cl        I II. ���: ��� stationing 1 ��� ���������������
.:���  . ���     .   I    ������   T ij lo    M    1 .��� ..    it 7:30
iv I-, j. ... M. All        -  hnAird, D K..     Tnesday,    May    11���Comml tte.
.    ','.   Adami   ex-Aid. T.  Wil- 7  10 p.m      E ������     .   League   Bun
son.    Controller R. D.  Waugh,   Ales   -       ; tnd Statiatl
U M.   Ptekelsteln, W.J. But     Wednesday,     Ma*     13��� Minis-
man, j. B   Hend r. M. Daly, B
Jl. b .::i to::. K. C ft*. D. C. Oi.ra-i.        Banquet to pioneers at 0 p.m.
.��� - ������    I  v .''   .   In, A B. Moti       Jubilee Bervice and  portrait ur.vei;-
Dr. Ropham, C. M. Bcott, C. rf. Hile>.  :ng at S p.m.
C. A. Bolt, Rowe Lewie, N T MaoMll- Thursday. May 13��� Educational sn-
lan, John Stovel, H. J. Hardif. J. Y-|niv_Tsary at 8 p.m. Chancellor Bur-
Reld, W. L. Parish, Aid V J. C. Cox wash. Principal Bpprell, D S Curtis
a. C. Wilson, Aid. D. McLean, Aid. C. ;and Dr. Graham wil] take part.
Friday. May 14���Reception s.-rvic- *
p.m.. Dr. Graham, Rev. R. N, Pow. ll
and Rev  A. E. Rober*,- take part.
Saturday.       May       ij���Theological
union address, "The  New   Theology,
Prof Burwash, at is p.m.
Sunday. May 10���Conference love
feast at si;30 a.m.
Jubil-.- ordination sermon. Rev. J.
Robson. at 11, Dr. Osterhout. of Vernon, at Sunday school a: 2:30.
Ralph Smith, M. P. and Rev. R. MU-
liken wil; speak on Temperance and
Moral Reform at I p.m.
Missionary Anniversary. Rev. .la__es
Alien and Dr. Sutherland: chairman,
Dr. Rob-on. a: 7 p.m.
Monday. Ma. 17���Bpworth league at
4   p.m.
Sunday -chool anniver-ary. Rev J.
P  Westmai. at S p.m.
Unve.Ung Portraits.
Occasion will be taken to present
the fine series of portraits painted by
J. W. L. Foster, of Toronto, the Canadian artist, of pas; chiefs of the Methodist church, to Columbian col.**.'.
These oil paintings are very fine, ami
cost over $3tMX��. Four of the paintings represent pioneer mtssionariej
who began th-ir good work half a century ago. Dr. Robson. Rev. E. White.
A. Browning and Dr  Evans
The following portraits will be un-
wiled: Rev A Browning, by Bis
son, N. B Browning, tbe address, being delivered > Noah Shakespeare,
of Victoria.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Chancellor    Burwa.h.     by   Prof.   K.
*t  -  v  1  _.i.i_J      iBurwa-h.  his  *-on- speaker,    Dr.  _it>-
nca is Not let settled��� pren.
Rev. Edward White, the pioneer, by
I Rev. J. H. White, speaker C. G. Mayor.
 I   Dr. Robson. by E. Rooson. speaker,
  (Thomas Cunningham.
.��� _.,       ,    . ,     ,, Christopher Brvant,  first  Methodist
London. May .-X ������^_^__w > province of British Columbia, by A.
it is evident  now -& k.^ ipeake_ s ^ugj,
Gowler, Aid. W. R. Milton, Aid. W. _.
Ixiuglas Aid. E. Cas-. Aid. L_ T. Mc-
Means, J. F. Mhchell, M. P, P., T. _.
Mu.ciiings. J. Hillyard I_eech. K. C . J
B. Pepfer, G. M. Black, George Munro.
E. F. Kohl, T. A Anderson. Josepn
Maw. W. L. Ball, F. W. S. Crlspo. K.
W. Drewry, F. W. Heubach, J. D.
Hunt. N. G. Leslie, R. Ross Sutherland. 0. E. Carpenter. Max Goldstvin.
David Wilson, L. T- Earnhart, and
:.f >s representatives D. J. Benham.
FTee Press; E. F. Mathers, Telegram.
Mr. Rolaad. the well known pubiicit,
manager for the Winnipeg information
bureau, wlll preceed lh. party and
will be' tn Westminster in a day or
two.
Mayor Keary in-.imates that when
Mr. Roland ha* laid his views before
bim, b- will be plea.f.1 to call a meeting of representative cituens, and also
thinks an exhibit might well be arranged from the city, if the exposition
matures.
Colorado to Celebrate
Jubilee of Gold Discovery
On May 7 Colorado will comniemor- miner, on May ti, in Gregory gulch. In
ai,. the fiftieth anniversary of the dia the district of Clear cr��sek, not very
1 _very of gold in the Rock) mountains far from Idaho, while be was bound
At the same time occurs the annlvers- overland to the Fra_.r river diggings
nry of 11 more remarkable event, thojln Brltsh Columbia
feeted
the opcls
work.
��� 11,. rapid!)'
^wl*'\i��armlng --ympton
ilcks    ">'
table 1>1'" ���'
discovery of gold that averted lhe
urtjiit Pike's peak stampede of gold
seekers 111 l'-oi*. when la the neighborhood of 50.000 fortune-hunters crossed
the great plains In search of
fortune.
The discovery Colorado Is about to
celebrate   was   made   by     Crdorge   N\
mill I.lacks.. 11 In  April,  1859, near the prel
ent aits of Idaho springs, on a small
uiticieiii 'stream tributary to Booth Clem- creek,
dmulate Jackson al once returned  to Denver
,,1  tin- [and orgsnlsed s company made up of
First Gold Found Long Ago.
Exactly when gold was first tound
in the Rocky mountains cannot be as-
c.ttalned, but there is no doubt that
quick its presence was known long before tile
date, given. A. Pike \ asques, who in
1886 was s trader in ths employ of
hl.s uncle. Col. Smith, at Smith's, tort.
on the Arkansas river not very far
from Denver, declared that In those
early days he bought gol I dust from
Mi,, Indians and Mexicans at $-50 an
ounce.     Other  discoveries  of  gold   ill
1,1 ii. ha   become num
'k the in",. .'!'���   toterlng   mui
-
ui
_... ... .nne of bealtb 0 ,   ...,    oiner awoover.
 SsfpaltuL bs. g-MP^S "���      if:,,,,, .lohn ... tiregoi,
is he pleases, 1 ralusble .hIJh'"'1 ln
wfts  made by \.
a   Georgian
(Continued on   Paj
Tllive).
DUTCH AND BRITISH
ARE AGAIN AT ODDS
Racial Trouble in South Af-
Critical Situation.
patch   states   that
the national convention bas resuni-d
its sitting that the lituation is critical.
The Cape amendments reopen thf settlement of the racial question on the
basis of equality in language and political rights, in the crudest manner,
under the guis. of requiring elucidation of the meaning of the clauses.
The question Is: Will tbe convention concede the demands for party
advantage st the expe__e of placing
th- British voter In permanent inte-
riori.y to the Dutch voter?
Both, for the Northern Dutch, is believed to be determined to adhere 10
the original settlement, but the Tran*
real is already beginning to doubt the
wisdom of uniting with the unreasonable in Natal and the people of the
Cape, who can not subordinate party
to national interest.
INTERMEDIATE LACROSSE
STARTS THIS EVENING
Reginaa and Wist  Endare Will   Play
First Schedule Game Tonight���
Two Strong Teams,
This evening the first Intermediate
lacrosse match of the season will be
played at Queen's park, when the
West Enders will met the strengthened Reginaa, the latter playing live
of the old Sapperton players. W hiU
the gain. Is not likely to be up to
eiid-of-sea-on standard, it is sure to be
fast and classy, as the boy�� have been
practicing sieadily for the past two
weeks and are in good shape. tne
Reginas especially have been takiug
pains to get into condition for their
first match, as the) are anxious, to
humble their opponsnts, who got the
best of them throughout last season.
The West End boys will be: doul.
Munn- point, Marshall; cover point.
Oalbralth; defence n.ld. Sibley, W.
Sang ter, W. Warwick; centre, Bart-
lett; home field. K. Warwick, Lund. R
Bsnigster; outside home. 8prmg; m-
-aide. Bwanson, Battson snd Gilley win
be spare men.
The Reginaa' lineup is: lioai,
Contta; point, Peele: cover point, Pat-
Chell; defence field. Robertson. H Git-
Dr Potts, late general secretary' nl
education, by James Calvert, speaker
Chancellor Burwash,
Dr. Sutherland, general secretary ot
foreign missions, by A. E. tireen,
speaker, C. IC. Tate
Rev. J. Turner, piot_eer missionary
of the Kootenays, and tbe Yukon, by
G. R. Ashwell. speaket James Cunningham.
Dr. Carmen by the secretary of the
conference A. E. Robert*, speaker,
John Robson, president uf the conference.
Dr. Evans, another of the pioneer
missionaries, by Dr. Crosby, speaker
Rev. Dr. Robson.
Women in aesnon.
During the progress of the conference, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the B. C. branch of the Wo-
t~ ^^^^^^^m
(Continued on  Page  Seven).
VICTORIA WEST TEAM
ASKS TO JOIN IEAQU'
Victoria, B. C-. May 5.���Victoria
West lacrosse team wants to join 'be
British Columbia Amateur Lacrosse
association just formed. 11 this is
allowed there will be two teams. In>m
Victoria, and at a meeting last night
i*onbts were expressed whether tbe association would atand lor that Victoria West, however, will send a delegate to the convention on Saturday at
Vancouver to urge Its claims (or con-
ford. H MacKenzie; centre, Fitzgerald; home field, Smith, Archibald.
Hume: outside. Morrison; inside. Hardy; Spares. Clute. K. MeKenale,
Fletcher, Pearson.
Both lineups are subject to chang_.
vl. .1. Mahoney or C. D Peele will
referee. The game start* at halt-past
six o'clock.
Yesterday's Baseball.
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wares.      Use the advertis nj colun       of The Duly  News and  keep abrca .t  of the times
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BIT! -TION      WANT! KOI NU
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in city.      Box 957,  New   Westmin-
stcr.
WANTED ���   AT      uNCE.       SMALL
house in  city,  East  End. not below
Queen's avenue; option of purch.s
preferred.      Full  par.icuiar.
dress D. News Office.
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LAUNDuY
REAL   ESTATE.
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LIVERY   STABLE.
TO RENT���On,- large furnii
room, also un.- i i ��� rmi
reasonable.      Apply    J87    VI
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ELECTRICAL  WORK-.
WANTED���GIRL8   FOR   LAUNDRY
Apply Royal City Laundry
WANTED���Girl to as-ist In housework Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
THE    PEARSON     EL-OTRN      CO.
dealer.     In     ��� ��� ctrtc ll     ma -htoery,
fixtures and supplies, bouse wir:i_
armature  wiring,    motor   :
etc.      Bank of Commi ro
'phone Ul, P. o. Box 928
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
n   C   MoNl'.Mi'.N l -L WORKS
Mei. ��� :
of mounmental tombel i Idlng
���tone, ��-tc.    Satts.ii. i:,.n guaranteed,
Columbia street, Mew Ws
NURSERY.
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LOST.
���  ELOCUTION.
LOST���A  SILVER BADGE ENGRAV- i 1	
ed   "Provincial   Revenue   Tax   Col- j HELEN   BAIX.LEY.   TEACHER   Or
elocution, physical culture and dramatic art. Everj Monday, ;i to 8
p __, Knight-- '. Pythias hall, or
��92 Hornby street, Vancouv, r
'Phone  B-i.;
lector.'' Reward on  returning  _am.
to'Dally News office.
LOST���A SMALL PURSE AND A
pair of go.d-rimmed spectacle* yesterday a: about 1:30, near the corner of Eifth avenue and Sixth st.
Finder please return to this offico.
THE ERASER VALLEY Nt -iSElUh.-.
Ltd.. Hurr.aby Lake--For he.iV.tiy.
homegrown fruit trees phone Hi.
HENRYS NURSERIES ��� PAC1.TC
C<��st tested Bet-da. tre.��. plants, l>e..
supplies, etc- 3ulo We>tm.nster
road, Vancouver, and branch nur-
s. ry at Sou'h Vancouver.
\I   _DAM a- IRWIN   COLUMBIA BT '��� M i  i     I
v    ��� Bee,    Boi   I'll; I   evenli
IM      Real estal   sn I losui      bs imbis streel     ������   -    rk, .
ance. money i. Call and SOs      Pros     H   lohoAs I      ������'..-j-
our list of cit.. BBbOrbaa  and  tiiii
,-r.h.isinB    ei,,-   WN8 OP SCOTLAND B_NKr*lT AB-
��h��re ��<H'lstton,   I>ir<t   ���f   tli,   l��..-.    i tin.
WE  UU OFFERIN-, A HOUSE AN;. ��.���<-.��� on   tha  Brsl    and   I
lot   corner ol  Poarth  avenue ��na     Tnosdaj nl neon monlfc t.n K of i*
Twelfth   str��-t.  for   11^0"      Modern;    hail.      V   w   Siuneriand.
house In the West  Ki'.d   1.0'.:.      On- ���
lot  on   the  new
s- . |)00.    Terms
It _fl    ,-,. :r-.-a.-ntt;
RESTAURANTS.
PAPER   HANGING  A   DECORATING
FANCY   PCLTRY.   EGGS.   ETC.
ROR   SALE,
FOR   SALE���GOOD
bator,   Petaluma.      For   parucuiars
addre&s B. C, News Office.
THIS LICKS COCKFIGHT-NO
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOI S
when you can have 2 \-2 acres ' I
land 1-2 acre cleared and planted
vrith fruit treeB on the main Port
Moody road, 3 miles from Westminster postoffice; permanent water, for
$150, or
2. ACRES FARM LAND. 12 CULTI-
vated, good T-room house and ba-n
on Fraaer river, 600 feet deep water
frontap.. wharf on property. 4 miles
from Westminster; close to railway
trackage, .-tores, -iost office, etc.,
for 11600 cash; balance li years, or
$6500, or
25 ACRES PARTLY CULTIVATED
(no house i 100 feet water f-on:_j.e,
ij miles flora Westminster, for |. "> >
cash.
160 ACRES AT WHONNOCK, GOOD
house and orcharj w:th 70 bearing
fruit trees, all sorts; barn an. stable, 20 acres cultivated, 2 c. ��� -;s,
running through property; no better soil ln British Columbia, near
school, stores, etc., within 3 miles
of boat landing and railway station.
Cook & Ross, opposite Market, New
Westminster;   phone A .is'..
--������ARTHUR    0 CONNOR,       POULTRY
-00-EGG   lNCi hreeder.   :  d   Eleventh   *treet,   and
Sixth Bvenue, New Westminster, P '
O. Box 125.   Pure-bred Cockerels for'
sal.    Barred   Rocks,   White,   Brown
and  Buff   leghorns,  etc.;   t-sgs   for'
hatching.        Write    your     require-|tuY,
m-nts.
HUDSON.   WAU,   PAPER.   RIK1M
.Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanlta*.
house painting, kalsoroining. pap.-.-
hanging arid decorating. i>ixtn
Btreet,  New   W'-stminster.
EENNY'S REST .CHANT A i' .FE
Tickets.   21   meals  for   11        Home
������ooiaiiii- aii white cook** no Ortsa
ta| labor employed       Open day and
night.      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAI* CAP! (Ml Archer plOpfte-
tress) Four SOWrsea, con-.i��t:nB of
���...up. fl��h. boil, d eatree ot r<>as-..
l.'iddlng or pie offe* ..r tnlls
PICTURE   POSTCARDS
EX3G8 FOR HATCHING��� S. C   Brown
-horns;   good   layers;   $2   per  ait-
ting of 13.     Hans Voglsang. poultry
expert,   936   Keefer   street,   Vancou-
ver, B. C.
FEED   AND   BREAKING   STABLE.
J    I.   MERRY   &   CO.,   PHONE   Aivl
Corner   of   B.ack.-   and   Carnarvon
Have opened a feed  and
PICTURE        P081
cards   are   on   sale     at   M    MOCi ���
i     Stationery  Store, J. O   I ,.i::."ti s 'cigar divan. F  Mackenzie's drug store
and "Th-  Fair.' Columbia Sti el
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSIER PRESS FOR EVER.
knd of ;������ printing; beei work,
QsaSOaable prices; Pl*...r.e 56, P O.
boi II. i ild l>ally News blOOt.
Sixth street.
PROFESSIONAL.
breaking .stable for horses.    Horses   v.iinh'SIDE  A-   EDMUNDS   liAHKW-
tor  tale       Reference  furnished        (    ^   ._.   mMeUon   j,^,..   .. .^
Fli'-I   AN^GAME.
BENSON  It  AYLINO,  FISH,  FRUU
Gam-\ Vegetablee, etc.     Begbie "t.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
I ��� . imi 11 itreet, N. _.   to stmlnster,
W. .!   Whiteside, H. L.  DdmOl :
FURNITURE.
WADE WHEALLER _ UeQUARRlE
(F. C Wad-, K. C, A Wh. a... i . ,
G, Mi yuarrie), BoUdtors, Bs . -
tera, etc., 12 Lome street, opp. ta
courthouse, Now Westminster,
(Pbone icii, and the Vanoonver of
fice is at No *. Roya] iimk Chambers,  1"-  Hastings Street  ��>st,
V<)R SALE���10 ifore-,, 4 nearly ready   W.    E.    KALES.   THE    FURNITI. UK
tor plow. 6-room house, aUble, eta, j    Desler. Upholsterer and Undertaker,  OEORGE   E    MARTIN   BARRISTER
a bargain. $2250 cash; or 12350 oni    corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.      ;i,,,j   ^.,i   ,.,,r
time. W. G. Tanner, Hammond, B. C. )    Phone 176, night call 81.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
lumbla    and
\V��"St II
Onlchon  l lock, Co-
Mi Ken.le   Sts.,   Ni w
B. C
 1 GROCERY.
C.   HAMBER,     ACOUNTANT     AND 	
Public.     Con.-       ,.(|R  THK   BEgT    VALVJi    IN   0R0;
cerles. phone 386.     Ths Pare Food
Supply Grocery, P  o. Box ill
ancer. Room 14, Guichon block, N  w
Westminster.     P. 0. Box 7.5.
W. MTER8 CRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor an I Notary Pnl He Con s
block, i ���   itreet, opposite
Conrl Ho i e,     P. o  Bo_ IM
��� phone 61
STENOGRAPHY    4
FREEMAN     Itl'NT:
Gold on block       1
TYPEWRITING
10,    ROOM    It,
..   ii..i IM
CUSTOM BTBNOGRAPH. AND
Typewriting en -*..rk. bootasws
letteca,   . ���       i orhc-. Oo
lumbla Btreet      I' > ae 62.
SECOND HA'.D   STORE
WE   BUT   .ND  SI 1.  FURNITI RE
and   all   kind ��� ��   and   ��-cond
hand  goodl       A pOOk,  r.i-ar  Truiti
oSos
I t> ii F ROYAL C1IY LODGE
No | M'-. u in cVldfeliows hall.
Coluwb a utt-wr-i. eiery Friday BtOO
ln��  at   I  o'doek     Plaiting   tiretkren
win be ttud*- welcome Q  y. Ult ley,
N    t; .   C    I  Osborne    p   .,    rwrord-
ItiX gOCfM i-.
OTHER FRATERNAL BOd-FTlES
IncLide the l nion Lodge, So >. A.
F. snd A M Kin. Solomon I***!*.���,
No 17. A F and A M 1. 0 l-
No UiO. L 0 U ."M* IIM- C'urt
H*pj��-n..n Na Its I, I 0 F . I U
F Curl WoeUB-BSter. No S1Q.
Broth  .boo-1   of  Owls.   Ni-��:   No    Z)
IK>AftI>    OF    TRAD-r-NEW   V.J.M
tnlnstet H.*r.i >.f Trsdi mm ������  u ��� ���
twwtrd   rrwHn    Cltr   Hall,   hm   lOUeWl
Third  Thur~d^y    of    e*ch    montn.
']_.-:iv.     me^.mit    .1,   -j..     tpira'
Thii-ida.  r.f D   r   l |    Maj     Vux nt
and November at s p m     annual
ll p  "n  ih*> third  Thursday   oi
Febr-uary       N'-m    ti.. ;..  . : |
- ' -uil BtOOled ��' *ny n>��ntb
ly or qtia-ierly meeting C H
Btoart-Wada, s<.reury
T VLORS.
OALVIN,  LAD1 .D MKNS TA1
!<Ting.       .   :    *   ,,i),. ..f tiprlng suit
Ing Jus- In      Huron making. pr��-s��
Ini: an !
phon��� v
i
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      ROI SE
Lorn,  street, w. N  Carty, mnnag-*r
���^ ittractloos provided during
oa       Advance  ��� .... i  ottice.
H> a   ��� Drug St<-r.
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To Hear) Maeeti    v.    , kii_s
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IVa��y ��n. wniitrr.  '.    ,
LANO   ACT
Con-ox  Land  District
District of a_i_*.n Cm-   t-,, S��*��t|
Tak..   te.'.: .   thai '���   I    JaaftNM
Vanco iroi   ���   .. .-
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mirthorl), aasti * .   ��� rlj _&i
tarty   sad   nortl - 4to��tsi
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NEW   WESTMINSTER CITY
AbSEbbMI.'. i .
Court  of   Rr . I Wl
NoUoe I
*.-'.��nn-.t roll I
b*en feinraod
my  ofli'..   shore ll
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THE  EDISON THEATRE,    CORNER
<"oi.-nhla  snd   Eighth.      lllgh-cia*a
ring plrtur*'���*.   Hlostratod f^.nn*
program .-hang��*d Monday, Wedaes
dsy and Friday
Taki notice thai so appnostl
o Bixth Btreet   bei u made to reguu-r the pgrporai
of tbe  Township or LMalrict  ol   Hla
���   .*:..    :.   f.-.    sin., .��� .   un
der a tax IS .    lOOd  rr��.m th.   OOUOCtOf
..I   M:     Ion   M .���.���   ' ���    ���      . 0  : !����� !.. 1 !  SI
[..tlon of th.- ToWSSMp ��r  District ol , I It.   . ,.  Wl ll
Mlsskin. bearing dale  Iki   Tth   dsy   ol    Ma)   ���    r
Octo-.--.  A   D.  19" . of all and sin - i    -<wn.
iar thai certain parcel or t:a.*i of land       Any    poraoa
ttti-i premises situate, (ylng and bdtoi  ,.r��inst tbo a
WOODWORKING
to ESTUTNSTER      WOODWORKING
I'.I,     bank,    olTI.'e    BOd    ������'I'e     littltlgH,
cabinet   italr,    ihowi ise     ii. <: ��� ;
,:,,I  detail  work      Doslgna  and  eat!
In the Disttict of N��w Wnotmlaetor,
tn tb. province ol iinii��b Ootambts
mon particularly mown and <1"
urnlii'd as !����� 12. In II �� ^ M of D��t
412, Group 1. being part of the norib
west  ijii.-i.-   "'   lactlofl  17,  Township
17;  southwest    qnarUr ��.f ndrtkeasi
iiuarnr  of  sotiiliwest   quarter   of   >������
west   half   of
0C��lS%6?K-O_JI"^ h,,!f "' ****** '"'"���"���r "' ���,""
mates fornlabi I      I   Brooks     pro   t[on  nn   Towaahte  l
prletor.     to ���
^3";,rI"''       '             |M,m   ;:;,   i���*n,hlp   17,   subdivision  ��
writing ti
it     lefts!     !���'*���
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w *. ni WOA*
I   Vlrrt
city gai-, M
IT   PAYS   rO   AD.bRTlSE
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THf        DAILY NEW!
W    tmlnlUr'i  Home P��P��r
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COUNCIL MEETING
......
SURREY COUNCIL.
Council met in the town ball Surrey Centre, May i, the reeve and an
in.-nil.ith being present Minute* ol
previous meeting wen- read and confirmed. Communications were revived  and   dealt   with as lollows;
From Thomson brother.-, saying
tbey were subdividing Bob. 2S.B-6, n.k
for that road and as soon a_ the 01 ten
waa completed th    balance would be
expend* . on  tbe  road.
t>om Vanoouver Orchard sasodatlo_
asking to pnrcbase some sand sad
gravel from the pit 00 tin- Md.-Vim
road to make .jr.v. way. and walks
around the houses; Rocslwd pi
sion granted to take 100 yarls ol ��� i
v-l and all the sand  required
From the B. C M i. __ t Oo . claim.
ing compensation for tha lands taken
for the Whii.- Rock Highway. Received and referred to a n Mke
N'eiil.
The Rev.-nue    By-Law    paased    its
0*O*OdOdOtO*00K>*Od% +~+r>+a 0+o+n+C)+o+- ���OOtOaOtO^OMsM) |
TWO ACRES I
NEAR   CITY,  ALL  CLEAREQ, FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE  HOUSE,  STABLE  AND       OUTBUILDINGS, ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE      FIRSTCLASS   SOIL,     $.700.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
2.W.  and taking if the council wo.no i third r.-ading and   _ho Liquor  License
give them credt on their tax. ��� for ai
w'ork done in owning roadi ReoHv
,^1, clerk in. .ructed to reply that all
revenue   was   required   on   the   main
By-Law was reconsidered and nnall.
pas ed.
Motion mad-- and snOtained tiiat the
Court of Revision on the Assesemwit
road* and  that the couiicil  could  not , I^ill be h.-l<j in th,. Town Hall, Surre
Dominion Trust Co.
ix|KTid     money     ln    opening    roads
LliTough subdivisions.
From John Walomon saying the
ditch along tb.- Mel> Han Roa(| wa so
choked up that the water was running
over and Booking into bis land and
doing serious damage, and requesting
the council to have the ditch cleaned
out in good working condition and a
hox put in at the river.      Received.
From Geo, Bacon, Wm, Peacock ei
al, requesting the couniil to dig a
ditch along the Gladstone road. Received   and   referred    to    Councillor
Murphy
Centre  on   Tuesday   the  15th  day  ofl]
June, at 10 o'clock, am.
Junior Baseball
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
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TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon I oufe
for CONRAD. CAItiRMSS, Ai JN.
WHITE liviuai;. DAWtON and I .III
HANKS. Dally train. CSXCOpI Sai. IS. I
carrying pasHengei\ mail, i-xproas and
freight connect with siagen at Car
cross and While Home, inai-falnlrtg
a (.borough  winter service.
Kor Information   apply  to
J. H   ROG.RH, 1 raffle Manager.
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Following la the schedule of gain.
in  the Junior    liaaeball    league    bis
: ��� - on, ih,. first-named being the home
t'-aiu in iiiii case:
May   I',     Heavers-   vs.   L-ODl   at   .
isk-  Perto��; Tigers vs. Y, M. P. A. at Sap-
;.��� Mon.
May  11 Lions vs. Tigers, &l  Bap.
"'  n    '. M    IV  A.  vs.  B   .
���'.; I   i ton,
M:i*.   20 Beavers    .
i'i;; Hip council to int  in- I""-1 "- f.
the Cloverdale public hall.    Received,
council consenting I i act,
From ('.. E, Corbould re completing
the River road, Ruoelved, clerk to
reply that  I160..00 was appropriated
Tlgi
Queen's park. Lioni vs.  V.  ftf, P, A.
St  Sapperton.
May 27���Lions v��. Heavers at
Queen, park, Y. ftf. I'. A. vn. Tigers
at Sapperton.
June 1���Tigers vs. Lions al BapDOf
ton; Beavers vs. Y. K. P. A. at
Oven's park.
June 10 TlgOrs vs. Beavers at
QueOD'a j.ark; Y. M. P, A. v Lions
ii   Sapperton.
.lune 17���Beavera vs. Ll'.m    .t  Sap-
VH
pOrtOtt!   Tigers
Sapperton.
June  21    I,ion.   vs,
perton;  v, m   iv a
Sapperton.
June 28���Beavers vs
Queen's park; Llona v��. \
at   Sapperton.
M.   1'
at
Tigers  at  Sap-
vs. Bsavers, at
Tigers at
M    P,  A.
Lever Brotr.cn Toronto, will setvl voti
free b cake <j their fomoui Plantol
toilet Map, ii  you m. m���<>u this paper.
B. C. E. R. Weatmlnalar Branch.
Week Day ScheOule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Went
minster at fii-ii, 6.CO, 7:20 aud 8:00
a.m,, and every half hour thereafter
until  ll:3o p.m
Cars leave New WeMlmlii-iter for Van
������Oliver al BtW, ��:20, ILr.O, 7.20 nnd
8:00 a.m . and every half hour there
gftsr  until   11:00 pm.
Sunday Schedule.
Car�� leave Vancouver for New Wl   '
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rim U city Wdw B *.      |n ,(rl
Priday i"   '  " |,m'
Saturday ll   ' :l  " ,,  ) V,�� "
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IS] ����l1 THU
P5DAV,
MAY  6,  UK*-
THE  DAILY   JEWS.
PAOE theme.
HAS   UOHiN HOOD^The Hour Thai is Different
g^jj   sed in Yourj -.in^Yet'.   You should Start
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BARLEY BREAD
RELIEVES   INDIGESTION
MADE BY*
BRftCKMAN KIR H.LUN0 C��
CAlfiARjf AtBERt*".
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The BrarkmatiK-r M ll.ng Co
Hear Sirs,���I have been u.-.'i^
Bread  regularly  for the
;        tdx li.ontlis.
I liad   long    . .-en   a Bo
In llgestion ami com;       d
| to uBe digestive  tablets  ...  ro
lleve  thl    distress.      since using  Barley   Bread   I  find    t  unnecessary :o use    them as  tha
resi   lias   disappeared.       1
������f iate the cl ange
lhe i.read is ver.  pleas       ' I
taste and tbe   loaf keeps
moist, a long time.     Your truly
J. A. DARKOVN.
Th'S Ear'ey Flour h:s had ten pe- cent, of the starch chaigtd to
\\ grape sugar by germinating the barley���that is why the bread is so
+  easi y dig sted.
��� WE  GUARANTEE  THIS  FLOUR. j
4          Ask ycur grocer for 10-lb. trial   sack���ree pes for    bread,   sconesj   a
��� cakes, n-uffins   in each sack. ���
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���'        'n''r,*'(i  About   Thr Question Neighbors Are
A   i '-'' Today is:   "Arc You Using That New, Roliin
Hood Flour?"
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The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
1 .   receive .
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Central J v   | e rail-
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an extra mail la despatched to   Vic
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f euns, umbrellas, type-
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FI AMHKAUTE"C'JAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
9 ii ceasor  to
Mayers A Preston
Office, From St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105.
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FIRE  ALARM   BOXES.
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Goods for Spring Cleaning
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I'AGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
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The Daily News
Published by Thi  Dally News Pnbltsn.
lng ('��� ��� d, at tli. i; offloOs
.... ii i ;   Ni . . oorner o) Mo
Ki iizi.   and   V   toi la  itrei
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Dvcctoi
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THURSDAY.  MAY  6,   1909.
FOR   A   FREE   BRIDGE.
by the l'lovv.
a   ������ i	
will i .-
the . Involved In
to    are ] ease 1
to in Is upo
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Frasei  riv.    v. I  ���    ���   I
_jom_.     Certain It in that  I  	
upon   ��� .v..   hon    .        ..
chant is oi a most . satloua cdaraoiei
and ougnt    to  be i incelled    witaout
d.la\.
Included  Warden .1. C.  Brown    De|
Ward.-ii w. J   Carroll, Medical Officer
Dr. A. W. do Wolf Smith. Inatruci
George McKenzl ��� and iiaipii Dyne
W".  Harvey,    aoeeun int.    Guards  'i
Sam,.on   and   Patrick   Smith,   \\
Patchell, ateward and P. st .wan
pita] overs..,t.     Ex-Deputy W'ardi n I'
i)   Uourkv also attended.
Aiiioiij. the general public were T  8
_n i indale, T. i.  Briggs, G, D. Brym
ie :-. P. Btlodeau, D. 8   Our Us, P., Co
-iin. John Crean   W   S   Dun
in' sup. rlntendeni    Brttl h   Col i
El .tii.' Railway, ll   i,  I. Imonds, .1   it
Grant, E. Moult, Dr J >   .   i  j  j
li. iv Latham, R< i   h   v q       j   a
Lee  Chli I McIum-Ii. t. a   M iir  i    i
Mackenzie,   w.   G,   m. _j larrl ���    0
McQuarrli    local managi ���   British Co
lumbla Eli ctrlc Rallwa.    Capl  M
Capt Peele, T, It, PeaTBon, Pet i  P
bles, H. Ryall, R. ,i. Rii kman, w    i
Ri Id, w. E, Sinclair, i' s
M.ii-siiiiii   Blnolalr    i    H   1
���  Turner, J, ,\i. wi  , D W ilk i
;ik and .1. Jordon 11.. Ine l.
rui arrangem. nts �� ���.  csi
ii. dly out b.  I) Mn ���
"GET THE HABIT'
Beautiful!
V. lv " Those Hold Han.i
Painted IO-Ple_0 toilet
SETS, only
$5.75
The  Fair
646 Columbul St root.
b .vi Bel   ( ��� the aai
MADE IN CANADA
Insure Your Property.
I ��� yooi   home insures.'     ll   yiur  (..-nture   insured?        |f you
protect you  in case of  loss by  fire'      Thr  hot weather will  soon  be U|   -
You  will   possibly  argue  that  yt.u ,i.e s    careftll that there Is no dany
ctherwiae.     For the small smounl  II t'kes to Iniur* no one sh.-uiei   ��� ,    ....
I  represent one 0f the BtronglBl i BnlSS In lhe wOrld--ttu
DON   AND   GLOBE.    Insure your property and do away with   ait ,
it dor " t matter how small that may he.
J. J. JOHNSTON
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Dupont Block, Columbia Bl
-OE   DOESN'T   KNOW   WHY.
BUT  KNOWS HE  LOST
brand lruuk Bill
bond _    Ma.   . itratfo
a i on        ��� .���-. tlon,  i
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than you have
DIED.
HEAY���Harold  Leslie,  Infas
Mr. James  Heay.
Funeral takes p!ac<> at    l o'i   ��� k to.
day   from     th->    fami!;.      :
Blxth   street.
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or
SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
^      E. W. GILLETT CO    LTD.
\ Toronto, Onl.
\m~m
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CROQUET     SETS,    U<to      I
$10.00,   AT
Morey's.
LACROSSE    STICKS,    35c     i
$ 1 0 i     AT
Morey's.
BASEBALLS.      10c     TO     .1.
AT
MOREY'S
���I urn bla 8
NEW WE4TMINrr_R, *��� B.
1
Passed at Miduiytit
! (Continued from Tagi One.)
last nlgnt, the tigures _tand.:ig Iu6 to
Tu. a _ ovi rntucnt major.:., of thirty-
six, one of tne smallest oi t_e ae_sjon.
'It,..- -LuuunL-ement of tne vot. w.iS
reooivod (Tito loud opposition cnecrs.
Tti. _i.-a.und aaienduicnt was moved
by Mv Ames, aad provided tnat tuv
rate oi lntereat and c.arge_ payaole
by tb company in respect to Uie loan
shall ..ut afc les_ than the rate oi m-
tere_. a.d tne chart,.�� wnlcu i * fcov-
erau.cn. i-hall pay In obtaining funds
for tne lurjOse of the loan,
Mr. tt-dieDoro's amtadinent came
nert a id provided that tne security fo,-
the loan shall include mortgage, on
the stock of the Grand Trunk Pacini
Townsite    &    Development  Uo i
and the Port Arthur branch Suoject t.
any  charges or lien.- no*   n:.- i.._
Au-a.i.-r amendment wot ;. .Mr.
Meignen ani had for its object that
th. government In return for tne ioa:i,
should receive preference Btock to Lh.
amotint ol $10,000,000.
Thi final resolution ��as by Mr. Pei
ley,  %ho wanted the stc*ck ol  t      (J
T.  P. in the    control of    the Grand
Trunk, to be pledged   to the govi
ment, until the loan is repaid, . 0  .
to any necessary or reasons ,
sion as to power to vot  o:i the ; '
ferrfc-d .--tock in that time.
In tbe bouse yesterday, Mr. Ki
moved for the production oi   thi
port ma        - "he New Brunswick co
mission of the Central Railway, w.  i
which Hon. Mr. Pugsley's nam. i- connected,
Sfr Wilfr.d  Laurier objected  to
order being made in tiiat way, bo Mr.
Foster   expressed    big   wVUngn-v    to
let It go as a notice of motion.
Opening Announcement
John B. Gray, having acquired the balance of stock and fi��turts of Hor
act Dorer, the jeweler, at a very low .gur#. is now opermj a sale i��Hing ofl
eve'ything pcsaibl* before the new stock arrives. You have an opportunity
of buying cut glass, silverware, rings, watches, chaine, broochei. b-ace ets.
etc..  etc.,  at   less  than  cost.
John B. Gray, Jeweler and Watchmaker
Successor to  Horace  Dorer,  Columbia   Str&rt.
ALL THE NEWEST      VIES
Men's Straw Hats
Yeddows, Tusca;,, Brazi
and Rustics.   Linen Hal
shapes.
Childr.n's    White,    Blue   and    Fancy   Cotton   Halil
Boys'  Red.  White and  Mottled  HaU.
+++++ +++++++ ++*++++++++++4++444444444***n.****n\
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
PHONE      9**     WHEN    YOU     WANT
i3ese__S_S_Baa_S���gE_33BeBE���B3EeS
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FUNERAL  OF  A.  H.  McBRIDE.
In s;itf- o[ the seml-prlvate character of ttie funeral of the lat.- Artnur
Hill  McBride,  fattier of Premier  McBride    yesterday,  there    was a   ������
large (attendance at the residence, It ..-
al  avenue,  when  the  cortegi   start -d
at 2:4o p.m. for th>- Mi.- nli cemeter.
whir., the  remains  were interred  in
... grave.     The service at the
and graveside was conducted by
the it. v. A  .hildrick. th- <.. ��� ��� i.-:��. j���-���
lng  Hon  Richard McBrlde and
Edward  McBrlde,  lii-  >m,.-       Bj   re
Quest flowens were nol Invited, w> only
a ten from ..     id.  ;_ini- covered tbe
'I :' earsrs **������:������ 'I   (i:
ford   M  I. A.   I   11. Kennedy, Govern-
Agent S   A   Blotcher, As essor
i    .'���    ' relghton,  Kegitrar J. J. Cam-
: dgi     ad  P.  Burrlll.
Among those present wore John
Hendr- J R. Gardi n, M I, A., A. li.
H  M Jt i.    .   and !'���'  ''��� a.
MoOulre,  M    I.     _ ,   ill i Honor Judge
Melnnes, R  i;   Macpberaon, postmaster of  Vancouver   Superintendent of
Indian Affair, a  w Vowell (Victoria)
T.  s.   Higginson,  J.  s.  K.-itn   t   o
Townley, dlstrici registrar ol ti! i
Vanoouver, W. D   Burgess, w. Holiie,
R.  R.  Ma'tland of Vancouver, Mayor
Keary.   Aldermen     Henley,   Jardlm,
.lohn.fon  and  Gray,  representing  th.-
roriKiratlon.
Tnere were also noticed among
many others Thomas Cunningham,
provincial fruit inspector, provincial
government officials not includ.^1 In
ih,. pall-h.'-'inrr. Sheriff Armstrong,
Chief Boiler Inspector Peck. Registrar
of Titles C. S Keith. Police Magistrate G. B. Corbould. K, (' Warden
Brymner of ihe provincial gaol, pro-
\ Incial Constable Wllkie. Gowan Mac-
.���...wan. inirs.-r at the provincial asylum, and .1. W Mshoney, mining recorder.
(Iffictal-. of (he I!. C penitentiary, of
which deceased was a former warden.
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The Maximum Shoe
R_R MEN.
Prices $4.00, $4.50 and $S.OO
A FINE SHOE THAT ANY   MAN WOULD BE PHOUD TO WEAR.
The   Femina Shoe
FOR WOMEN.
Prices $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
GROCERIE!
H  C. cres     larfB can I foi
8t. t'hsrl'��� . It
Jersey i ream   la . ���    .    I for
M:u iii: .���   iv
A����>--. :
3 mt .
BUTTER,   EGGS,  snd   '���
TOES   AT   l.f  ,'. .
Adams &Deani
++++++++++++++++++++++++++  +++++++++44444*********
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GASOLINE TANKS Made and In-
stalled in Boats.
LAWN   MOWERS
LAV.N   MOWEHS
J9
MADE IN PATENTS, OXBLOODS, VICI   KID, GUN  METAL, TANS. ETC.. A  SHOE  EQUAL TO MANY
$4.00  AND $5.00 MAKES.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St*, Ne%* Westminster]
*++**+++++++m++++++++4444444*******
RACES! RACES!
FRIDAY, MAY 7
MERRIEST  OF  ALL   MUSICAL  FAN
TAS1ES,
PYTHIAN RINK
Ton.Rht ai 9.30 O'clock
Ihe Gingcitread Man ,B:.:,��.r    f��
.     minster,  two-thirds ft * ""*'���
Yum, Yum, It. great.    Yum. Yu  -, its   CHAMP10NSH|P   MEDAL   OF  BR"'
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The Store for Medium-Priced Shoes
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Bif? Electric Boot. New.Westminsler.jB. C.
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN  B.C.
&BBBBBBWBBBBBBBB3BBSEBBW��\
Sixty>t��o In the BMtfOhless "'      nnv
Includ in-   such   v.i'11  known  nri    Is as
iltoSh B-OW, Krrd .1   Nice. Mauri.      ttOl
',den, Oanick  Major,  Lots  Vronaan,
M.iv Il.niion, Alois Archer, llos.. Mur
rn>. Kleanor WarltiK, and OtbOTB, with
I a   va*t   OOOOOWSO  of   beautiful     show I
'girls and bOwltchlng chorlBiera.    Sc-n  J
[ery, OUStUIUeS and slaetrloal effects "f j
I lhe utmost spl.-ndor.
A       MULTITUDE     OF     EMPHATIC
SONG   HITS
Iwhlstlsd and hummed STOrTWhtTS   M'l
fOB   ever   hear   "John   DOO,"   "Mazle.
lleniiVful Land of Bon  lion," "Moon.j
Moon, Moon." "yue"n of My Dreams," .
etc?     They wlll llng~r In your BBOB.
ISH C0t i '���'     *
Pythian Roller Rink
NEW  WEST* IN   rr"'
orv.
A medley of Mirth, Melody and MaK
nlflcence.
Cook & R��ss
THE AUCTI0NIIM
J23   Front   8...   OPPOSE M.rk.t H
Wtito*i-��<'''
phons  I89-
Vanewvif.
The Model BakeiT.s^rAuV^^^^voor
EXPRESS WAGONS-     ���_.��.__      fiHV
COR. FOURTH AVE. A SECOND ST
and   12��0  GranviH��  St.,
vf   si VERALaFRESHcC0WS Fj_
dfivi '
NEW,
NEARLY
mower,  ^'VVnehalpu
om- oslsbratsd Cream,  Brown and *���*���*���������'
HPOSE
li.iri. > Bread i" in Itoai demand   a.1
ft       htn. i,   nnd    once    u vd   alwiiy ���
need,    Out  Cakes  nn<i  pooklss  sre
choti ���.
H.  C.   MARK   A   SONS.
���Phone 43-.
HORSE.
IT  PAYS TO AD^
IN
THE       DAILY
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RS0AY.  MAY  6,   1909.
THE  DAlT.Y   NEWS.
PAGE .TVfcJ.       <%
T. H. Smitl
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AGENTS
SOLE
FO.
BON TON
CORSETS
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Sample Coats
AT EXCEPTIONAL PRICES.
CTION   OF   AB 'if  i-i!
.
(ATS.   i . .
��������� if this offering ,.���,.    ' (    ' *'w' j
of design that appe ,���.-���-   :i... -   >
mattei      .dress.   . , ������   *t  '���
and grace aboul thei
tailoring is perfe
A coal oui of the oi
materials.   The regular pr ��������� . ..
n $10.76, $12.60 and $16.00.   For   i ���   .v.   -
will clear them out at one price, i ami..:
$9.op
Cotton Wash Goods
BUYING   INDUCEMENT
���    .alp,  ��nlp  ol  thr  scissors,   ine
-    ��� ei the -wwing machine, i. beard
. boaae)* ;..i    i .. .my scaring
��� rs,  and ih.   ' ���  ���     'lie )��
��� ���   Sl]   ; lying   1 ��� 1     ' ��� '��� ���    . "
.'vi   shaping  Into various gar
Metal and ��d��j>!��' ������   a
A Real Snap in
White Bedspreads
Thirty nine White    rYlngvd Honey-
OOtnb U.-dspread-    Double hed slz.-. a
real depends*.,   quilt In every way can
.
-.  ignore it           Dye 1
laadard   -ttlha    lit.!.-   ami
.,���   ,.                          10s
A Snap in Navy
and Black
1 Ip!   .   1 lllng-anm. Cham
Bad -Op-JfB, |��-r >.vd   ..   12 1 2c
Cheviot Serge
K.gnlar  1100   qu.ii:..   1   B|   St   ~��C
;. r yard.      Two pteoee only ol extra
super Cheviot Serge, full 64-tncn wim :
colore, navy and black onlj    on sals
Stupendous Values
in White Cambric
I  ���/   | inch ��i|e camtww,
'���    finish.   % 1 Xc   per   ftBI4\
Vr 1100
A Drive in White
Turkish Towels
3S-Inch Victoria
Lawns 9 Yd.
AT 45c PER  PAIR.
100 do_.n White Bleached Tt-ridsn
Towels, size 2:1 bj ��6;  splendid, durable quality.    On Wle at, per yalr..45c
 I  yards of  36  to  10  Inch    ��'1'1-*
whits Victoria i.aw-n.   Splondid
Suitable for dresses, aprons.
All our Boy.    Sweaters are on  sale
this   ��vek.   all   slies.     Regular   \MM
Btfl    .,���   |,er   yard,  or   ll   JTB-dS
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T. H. SMITH
|Headquarters for Women's Readyto-Wear
Cut News
SEE
Everything for tne gard-n at TKlvv   THE   NEW  GOODS  ARRIVING  DAIL Y AT THE BIG FURNITURE 8TOII..
pbone 184. ������
WE   DEFY  COMPETITION        ONLY       IRSTCLAS3    GOODS     IN     STOGK.
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CALL AT
i'. ���. i| Oowers snd
I kin I    ','. work,
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An unu   . rgo of gen<
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on
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Don
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VV.  E.   FALES
House Furnisher and Undertaker
70-74 Agnea Street, opposite Library.
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The pleasai U H �� .     i -;,��� ���.    - v
i\      . i n eon Is to taki
to   BO reaton ��� -
in-1   r
at  ...   ��� - i
_atiifc evening Pare on�� d illar for
the r<> md trip. ***���
No I Ord of the l  -tine: Aus
tralian journalists 1-. to hand, nor is
any expected bj Mayo. Keary till today, when the party. w_o -tayed on
In Victoria, arrive in Vancouver, wh...
.a    repr..-sentati-,e    from    \V- --.:::inster
[will meet them.
The following letter has een r*
eeited by Messrs White. Shiles & Co..
of this city: "Gentlemen:���Herewith
fir. I v-vip. for amount in full of loss
SOataln d by me through the tire at
my boose on Sixth avenue on April
tti : for which please accept ray
th.--:- Also kindly write I additional assurance on the house. YonlS
kit.;.;-   (signed), W. J. Smith."        ������
I .a<ral of Harold Leslie Heay,
Wi_ lied yesterday at t:i.- age o* tour
naantha, will be held from the fiunlly
reaideni ���. Sixth stre.*., thla morning
!at 11 o'clock, Rev. \V. H Barraclough
of-M.if-ng An attack of tuberculosis
meningitis, lasting only '-:.-.
Bras responsible for the death.
Race-V At Pythian roller rink tte
nitlit at S o'clock sharp, b_tw. i a Lllllie
Nj.-. of Vancouver, and Clarence Hoff
of N.w Westmiiibter. for th. i bam
p.onshlp medaj of British I'oiunibia,
he winner will meet all come? Bi-
tie Ny< beat Schwartz, who held tn
championship ..f Vaaooover lam .a-
a...n.     The race will ; _ a g.*'d one.
The   Russella   who detain:.:   tnelr
...m^ with the Balmorals on I daj
. v.-ning. and thereby lo-st their lead in
the league will bave a chance to tie
lor top position on Saturday. whin
they are-scheduled to meet v. I
A nunxber of promising a��_ I ij
: aw been discovered by the managers
of the different teems, and then will
I*? several new faces on the held in
this game.
Last night was beta the la.--t of the
series of special evangelistk meetings
which Hrig.t.i er R. Adby lias been conducting since Saturday in the Saha-
tion Army citadel. The brigadier,
who comes from London, England,
and is making an evangelistic tour.
had very good success many attending the Services Several converts
wr,. induced to all] themselves with
the Army. HL singing was a strong
feature of the work, he contrlbuiing:
several numbers each night.
Charles Hawtin. who is Interested
in several extensive timber limits
around 1'ltt lake, was in the citj >*'s-
terdsj BcOmpanled by Mrs. Hawtin.
He was greatly taken with the a.iv.ui-
and Intlmai-
i . f rom .
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A  drawing  Coi I
of Mi-   B*reivcb, .  the
-    , ��� ai eight o'clock
��� -iiing.
The . i Ilea ol - its' church art .
hold a whist soda! a- a benefit to St.
convent this evening, when a
large pastel painting of Archbi ���
Dontenwill, superior general of the O.
M I., and six large photos of the same,
will be raffled.
Unless permlssjon is gran*.ed the
Westminster _m-> to defend the intermediate trophies for this year at teast,
there will be no local team in the simon-pure B. C. Amateur Lacrosse association, now In progress of formation, and with which two Victoria a_id
three Vancouver teams are expected
bo affiliate. The locals hold a number of cups which will not become
their permanent property until after
thai pea-son, as they nave to be won
two or three years In succession; this
tsiating i
privileges In tl
being joined.
Wltl      tree    exceptioi
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next few d ["bet     0    ratlvi
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ALDERMAN   FADER
STUDIES GRAIN SHIPMENT
Alderman E. J. fader 'left yesterday
tor & ii      and Taeoma.     He is in
touch with eastern capitalists with
������ - .to the building of terminal
elevators nnd there is a bright, pno-
pect that business men with capital
may isted   in  this  connection
in Nev. Westminster. Mr. Fader will
Mook into the question of -levators
when in Tacoma. and intends to be in
a position to place all necessary information with his correspondents as
soon as possible. The outlook is
bright for an elevator here, several
parties working for this end.
ESTABLISHED
l89U_s^__*\.
INCORPORATED
J905.
Snap!   Snap!   Snap!
FOR SALE���A NEW 8-ROOMED HOUSE. WITH MODERN
CONVENIENCES.     FULL   SIZE      LOT,     WITHIN     TWO
MINUTES  OF  POSTOFFICE. THIS IS WORTH LOOKING
INTO.    ADDRESS
BOX  30,
New   Westminster.
ASK  YOUR GROCER  FOR
i M	
I ROBIN HOOD FLOUR I
w     etc.. ask  us.
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST  ARRIVED.
For Wheat,  Barley, Oats, Chops,  Chicken   Feed,  Bran,   Shorts,   Hay,    +
We wlll see that  you   get   it  promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA STREET.
P. 0. Drawer 100.
Eastman's
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
Agents
CURTIS
DRUG   SIORL=
NEW WESTMINSTER.
i* and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
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ALFRED    W.    McLEOD :
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE ��i
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APPLELAN
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MONLY   SAVED  IS
MONEY EARNED
A savings . ocount In   _hla bank Is
a safe Invi  tmeni     It , ays s*ou . "!l
pound lnteresi .md is rea ly cash
time  you   want   iv    Church  socletl  i
fraternal  i   gantxfcttons,  clubs,    trad
unions and     isinesa associations will
find  it  convenient to    have    surplus
funds   in  i.  .savin-,   account,
to the conti-o. of two or more offlc r
It's  a   good   idea ���try  it
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER $-0,000,000
New   Westminster,   B.  C.  Branch.
F. E. Lyle, Manager
Bank of Montreal
KSTABUSUKU 18JJ.
CAPITAL   . .    |14,<��>0,0O0.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   ai.d
Newfound.and, auj  in   L/oudon.   bin.
land, New Vork, C_ic.go and Spokane,
U. S- A., ..:._ .Mexii-o City.   A geners
hanking    uusiness    transacted      Let-
ten of Credit Issued,    available  with!
correspondents  in    all   j.art. of    th*
world.
Savin.    Bank pepartment���!�����;���'.'
received  In  sums of  $1  and  upward,
and U_teresl allowed a' 3 per cent, pei J
annum   I   resent rat.-).
Total   Assets over |168,000,000.06.
I.CV1    WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
V   n   BRYMNER, bl magi
Crystal Theatre
THESE GENTLEMEN ARE MY
FHIENDS.
FROM ZAMBESI TO CENTRAL
AFRICA.
SAVED BY TELEGRAPH CODE
ALL    THROUGH    A    SLAP    IN
THE   FACE.
i \ aplendl I comIc.)
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DREAMING.
Two < ther real ��������� d . omk
Jects
M.t.nees 2 to o. Even.rvg 7 p.m.
Admission 10c. Children. 5c.
MANAGER.   :     U   OOM-TON.
4*ltie Milwaukee
Colorado to I>^cbrate
Jut)ili;''_. of bold ykco.ery
_      ,i n: inn,,I front l'age Thre   i
u,in ,   niei   a   returning    au U
; ... . ,i   ni.. s Peak or Must, i      i
��� ..,    talked   I y 11   in:.,
hla  i. ...  and bthot  thing i. .
up on him.
nor.iLc Greeley  Investigated.
,\. '.'.        i kdlag th,. Una
o| bi let newaya*..    tin  .
il.itiiit in Hi.  .
Of affa rs a;  i'.   ���
to dli ovai ; :���
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Kansas   City  to Cticago.
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.I..,, men i  Chicago, M.   ���
srauk..-  _) I        ani  Railway.     Tb
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k I mine tan ���'���
un  and own aleepin ,   ,   ,.
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:,      i exoetlence   of Penned s.teo g bv*
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Animated     P.ctures     and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE  LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
v...-        .   anged     Monday,    Wed-
Specie tinee
v v    i Saturdays at
.tw
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TRICT.
LAND     DIS
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���UVUL!  UUU_<_9<_f
Vou ui! ::il H to fOUt advatv '���
t. arrange yu.- booking at this offlc-
whether >.> i nl od '.i- 'rsvel or P'tm
ng   for  your friends.
Smli"_  FrOflfl Quebec.
Empress   of   Britain M_     21
Rn press  of  Ireland   . .     .... .Jar- 4
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llk.-'s l-ak  day-     r^ae  cost %.
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gold
bags, and
Lo-'"
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by   E.   J.   Fadi
Westminster.    I
a log oil' the p<
mountain   and
whin ul injury.   'I I
a' a
chine works w ith en<
cable without  co
the   <.rum,   requi
haulback,  alwa;
straight pull - I >rumj 11 n
be attached to anj i
key i'limine in use.
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apply to K. .1. FADER, 01
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PACII IC
Meat Market
Phone 192 MrMIMMV 8 V
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VANCOUVER AND NF.W W
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farmer:
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MAY 6,  1W9.
THE   DAILY   NEWS
ft_i;__ sKVt...
3��tf _^ss BU foi. IGHTfwm tHAiN
t i	
5<
W* printing
comf
tells   you    w��
*�� *  ".'    .   Ml you --" place
^;n, - *h,i value and pUce
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You can  rely  on
I ���'   ��ork'
����,aS        -    DOMINY,   Prop-
M.
F����!isli Watchmaker
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ACROSS CANADA
Canadian   Pacific   Railway
Out Flower Seeds
t'i 1    btation Agents.
F. CRAKE
fi ���
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las���, ���""���'"'���
flint-:
i'i.
Waters
Gasoline Engines
Res. 129.
con
Aerated Waters
W< rated
PALVER   BR<
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HENLEY
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Office,  Eig. I'i   St
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tcific Kailway C<
j,.,.        . ������_ �� rosst UM
Service.
IIMI    IABLE
_._._..    .iCTORiA    SC  .TTLE
ROUTE.
,1 .,  jsr.ujry   ll-
.    . rU   leate��   \ an*
. ing  direct  to �����-
I     Vtoalay.
|j. .._        .. -ral !�����"'�� *���* ���'
.���,,        -.,:  Victorta daily, ei-
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>_!_*-������j.".r   ', - *   '��� ���'*-.��*&   hotels   dining  cars,   -tlantl    and   Pa
���__ytr-;      ���. -._ "_ 'M
���~ ���~-���mkm   ;:��� .._  and  tii"  li.  ' ���  '
s^-^-^_^_^_^^^^^^^^H
with   ti.eir  wires,   -rta  with
-_w_���_^^^^^^^^^^^^^   ie.i' ��� !  make a flowery chain I tj
JOHN  REID, Proprietor. 'across   Canada,     and   now    ��� *���-�������!
-      '   ,    *   :'.      .1 _
Iron  WoRKS:-x^'.aie;��owrt!lt ,tudt.nt, ^jsajr
'a... and   now    wn.--t--v.-r  p&lnted lafc, ,-ear. and ir [ *^m^
���there is a C P ii   - vv- :.  sectton b nun  lz,,, ��-iu, the one of p.. <   W. �����
lenlh Street,   ���   Se. IMB-Sa ,.-....-. ,������*_?- -&���__. ��- attTTSSfs
 ��� _ ^��s_s_r&"ise saw's tr susr*
Wettminftter I there were distributed 200.000   tm.n* |-u.,.
Transfer Co.
.-. irl-t'.e
nni Ial���>  for Vloterta.
.-'�� NITER  VIUTOMIA     ROUTE
|ti TraSff  * ���! >��**��� Victoria lo-
every Tue��da>
|U     V*   \\��"tn-ln��t��r on   vs ""J
��� .
WtST   COAST   ROUTE.
I S   Teas
4   '. 1    .i.m.     Ut.     l��-a
|J*U _���._.. month I��r Ciayojuoi.
Sa.. . and ��*J P��rti.   ly;tl
���  Q istsino and  **J
iwj. : ���_   ' ��� i.'.a for Ahcutet,
C*;e Boot! and way i>oru
.i'...a.LH-NANAIMO    ROUTE.
S, a Joan
Uu . .   :   .  .    m   daii.v  ��� ��
iTM   Sar.altuo  a*.   7
i. ���'. -r A   ROUTE.
vt��y    lenses    Ta__oontai
u-   ���
NOHlMtHN   b    L    ROUTfc
ft .    V i.vrs   V.ii.       ITSB
Im
V. .. ...-a    Vane   .*���������-
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1 C   C '-ST   MAIL   SERVICE.
S3 Q 'r m SS   Amur !���*���������
10th. April M
QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
-ERVICE
i .���  leaves Vanrou
Fit.-. il sd
e.ifea Van-! ''Ore 'PBon��  IBs.      n.rn 'PBoce 11?
Columbia  Btreet
liaarax*    de!l��ereci    prom.'tly    to
any   -.art of the rlty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
men   -   ...  -j.-w.	
This  means tliat  wltto  those sent out
former   >-ai_   ther,.   wil;   .oon   Oe
millions   of   early   epiteg     bnlbS     tn
htoom
Conference Meets
in Bty Next Week
(ContlatMd  from   Page One i
Oth--r items on the list for the afternoon are an Indoor track mevt in the
g>p..n_-sium. and a lawn tennis tour-
nan lent Light refreohmenu will be
_er..-. their gueeta by the 6t_dent_
bet  i.   leaving.
Electric Railway Service
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
CV.rr.er   I !��_'._  RL  an��     WU Areaeo
PHONS sra
BOWELL A ODDr. Prcsnetera
Den's Mi?.'!..nary* society will ::.eit
'under tha presidency ot'Mrs J !���*���
' lu-tts   of    ijiiln^-r.      Sixty    delegatdS
iwlll attend.
At the Coiiege.
Thi   Methodist conference la  to be*
entertained  on     Saturday    afternoon.
:Ma> 15, by the student body of Columbian college.
T'      . ....ton  will   ne  taken  at  this
tim.       preeeat to the board <>f dlrec-
. ooUafa the palming by j
W   1.   Poater,  Toronto, of  the  prtnd
3I|,;.r.-ll.   which   is  giv.-.i   by
lil'.T  1  lUH  BPRIKQ  SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
A-ex. Speck
THE   BICYCLE  MAN
SPORTiSG GOODS,  REPAIRS.
Windsor Hotel Meek, P   0.
New   Wrttminster.
Box  644,
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DP  HlVKB.
B��lt.|a_
h��a   Ki l    Wl slrolnster    Mouday
I tl ..   ������.-  B a in
Fwa Cbllllwaall Tueada,. T'i'irsl.i.
!> *��� 'iv it 7 am.
For  it ns   sua   iniormsUot
*i or 11
Fll   linilLKT.
Sew \". ��� <ininst��.i
C. B  FOSTER,
BBS Qm   i  ,,���    Ag'-nt.  Viuicoueer
j. w   t��'m;p     __-
"SMri . .'i tonden'    Victoria.
WHEN  GOING EAST
*** THE  .    ',i.i'   _OBNT
in BEND YOf OVKIl
'THENORTHWESTERN UNE"
���tt' Ti : ., ,,   Iiay 1,,  the   Yi.r
VIWICICN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
i 'i i         ..   . n ..
v./ SentjOn Approval
Ti- RnSPOKStBUI Tf..! : r.   " %-^'-4,
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
��:: '.
RED GEM
C>i.- Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
J. P. Galvin
Wl_;i... w thank his many customer.
for their patronage during the past
year and announces that be has
Moved
I his  tailor  shop  from  Sixth  street  to
Smith Block
4      Interurban  Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations wlll run every half
hoar from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leares Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for oth Sap
perton and city limits over the
city   Une.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the boar,
half *.aat and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 8:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between Si30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
!
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
ROOM 9.
Entrances ItS Columbia street and
,-lark.on street, nearly opposite Telephone office and hopes to be favored
with their continued patronage la She
new stand
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
a    |f  you   want   secondhand   goods  you
I lean  obtain them  In our other depart-
Phone B508.
>G_��W
I ment.
ALEX   SPECK.
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Til)
VAIN 111-'  lv\MK
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NOKTH WLSTKltN.        LTD.
"Kil1'* "     newest  and   Left  MBBI
0r. r,|Mi oKT, OONVXNISNOBi ttd
,lXl llv li ls huhied with !���"��"
^���WeU. and gas; tha in<>.-.t brilliant
nihl"imiii. l train lu tin. world. The
jHWpanni   ,.,,M ,, oJ p-ivate oompnrt-
*' li:        n iiivi 16 leotloa slssp-
'"', hlx" i"ii illiiiiiR car, reclining
^fU;s I I frae), modern day
, '"'!'"  ���'������''������ I tttat, library and b��os>
lD| f._
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I   Are You a Winner?   j
V,��� are if you ��-��� ��� *Wd��tt ��**�� s^��M one of the numbe^
vl���, if you bold ii inckj numb* tnall it to us, and you will re*
e^ve. ...-aut.ru. IM-Jfi+on dinner set B* re������,nber-you are as
U,.,v tO Win next month On this month's coupon, SO save your OC -
p .... mid collect as many as you .an.
The winning numbers for April are:
- 37,199 49,534 49.232 45,230 47,354
j 40,751 29,152 45.225 39,848 4_,224
Roval Standard Flour is a winner, anyway.     IT   IS   THE   PUR"y
AND   BEST   FLOUR   MADE.    K~ry  ��nd sack contains . ���on-
m entitling lh.- holder to a chanOS to win one of ten beaut.fu, and
costly dinner sets given away eacH month.
Gather the coupons, ami watc* -hla -P*oa for atinouncoments.
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WE  ARE   READY TO SHOW
you how It ls cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings buUt with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
-f-ILLEY BROS- Ltd.
I'lllS, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
!t) ''r Time    Ial,!,.���,   Folders,  or   nnv
'''r 'otormatlon call on or writ.*
���*��� W. PARKER.
'  H     v  .vsnut, Seattlo. Wa.Hh.
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��� Laughlin Mfg. Co.
-J Hahatta K.
Special Bargain
Flve-qulre box beautiful aiure linen
finish paper ln either ot two s'-tses, and
five packages envelopes to match, regular price $2.00, thla week only
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd. |
Vancouver, B. C. |
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
Coffees
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Give us a trial in
tliis line.  We carry
The Best
Mocha and
Java Coffee
procurable, and can
satisfy any  taste,
as   well    as   any
pocket.
:
Rubber, Cotton,
and Wire Wound
HOSE
IN   SEVERAL    DIFFER
ENT  GRADES.
       -
OUR STOCK IS LARGE ANO
YOU MAY BE SURE TO GET
THE   RIGHT THING.
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AMERICAN DOLLARS    j
INVESTED IN CANADA
C. N. 1-. Publicity Agent
Says There is $125,000,000
of {]. S. .Money in Canadian Manufactories.
WE CUT RUBBER HOSE IN
LENGTHS
CHASERS
TO  S_TT  PUR
��� Anderson & Lusby :
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COLUMBIA STftEET
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To the Public.
We   de-ir,   i .   extend    -a     main
I throughout   the  realdencfi.fllatrlcta  ol
New Westminster as tfSflTs the bust-
streets        T.i   hei;. .' iu-   In    . ���
tainlng the districts ;<��� '.. t_vered we
���a   i i lik- h,T nil those  s antln.   pi
to mall eeopon
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
We dea n  (aa a*-d--w<��-iid nk
your solicitor to .*:i!l at
Royal    City    Gas    lrT-jjrcve:r.ent
Co., 521 Clarkson'SI . New
Westminster.
Young and Old Alike
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on   in.>  t.-.i  In   plants
v       cordti   _ri mi Haw ..-,���
i        nto,  ..ii ''t';   -.il  "I  Hi.   <'.i.i.i.li.ut'.;
i rails ... in an addi i ���   to the
I      \il,el ...-^.<   ...'."il        I I,   .
..      thi   reaull  ol  tbe I    IB
I    I...     I iii:. ,1   8 Bl
Is Id     lo ��� ��� ..i
be tariff wall evei
till ovi . vi     And ;
11 I '..ile      fo   i li*. ..   .
with tin   i i.n. d l when tbe tar
I waa a ine
ss..- - and Stripe   never wil   B
>. ��� x
plrli   ..:   ....   ��� ���->   b inn
Cana Hans      ���    nol tailed to i
"Il might  be auppu ���       at the ei
I   ifl   Willi   1
thai tbi   \   erii    i waa noi want. .1   i;
thai thi   American manutactur.
��� . to m.i..   .... i- in Canada   Prom thai i o ni ol vii w tbe tar
Iff wn!  haa  done  Bood     |
���:.'���������-���
tli ;.-  which im. ���   ������  j, .:,,. moual
rani    e ol  Innumi rable '        ;
tne
���   ol  the  i niti .  Btsti
SO    a.  ���    Ill "a     WOI   tb    "I     -'
i' ��� ���:,  .'..��� .. :.i   the    Canadians
i.      ..     ��� J_i worth of
_.    .1    .,, I<   ���   trom : iii*.     Bl   I
.
**in east, na Cans Is alone then  sn
i:.. v.in. ��� ��� ���       ������ ne-ii an ���
j lecturing bouses, and In lbs w�� ������ thi
American has not sn astounding pro.
1 ��,������;..ii of ih.- it"a*i ii'iiiKi- that are p>-
,ing���btelad-Bg loyaltj  to Canadian in-
j stit ut ions.    We atti] traj al.nut 11 per
.������nv ..f tbe goods exported from th--
United St.it.*, to foreign countries Ai
[cording to population, we ��*��������� ths best
customers I'nclc Sam ha-  .>r li likely
|to iiiiv.-.    We love -l"hn Bull   and huy
! from   him   as   much   stuff   as   be   will
m.i_��* ;ic<'<irdin�� to our tikes     We bOj
more from  Uncle Sam���in J.'i.ii.ry  to
Octo..r   190**,     It     wan     |1..,0Q0,9W
against |'.6.0iX>,000���because In- mak->
more ihinpa In th.  waj we Canad sa
jar.-  aocuatomed   to."
JUSTIFY APPARENT
APATHr TO AVIATION
are  fond  of   music,   and   every   !
: possBBs a Piano.     They' do not
'"-���  .t.ythlnj. like what th.-y are r    ���
worth to th,. family circle.      For the
next   ten   days   we  ar.-  showing  son,.
exceptional values.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
Br't.Bh  Governrne-.;   Dec':n__   Wngt*t |
Propo__l   to   Buy   Aeroplane   for
Good   Reasoni,
Houses Painted
GEO. ADAMS. Prop*   ; In \niR-i_ colors.
WALL  PAPER    PAINTS, OILS,  ETC.
D0ane,Bft%& McKay
Agents Vancouver Vacuum CafpSt
Cleaner.
Front   8t.,  Dominion   Trust    Building.
. iidoii Ms, .'. in. Times ;.Mtus
morning ��� tatement dsnytag tn.-
amcnl ipath]    t"*nr i
ilon      It says tl si v.i;.tain J   w
". nf the Royal Engineers,
��� vi -   ��� \, ������: ��� ���:.. ���     iiia.l.-     nn
:..   that was superior to   lhe
\'. right s machine, and la seen t pxixt.
menu in Scotland, two w-;ir- ago boo
ceeded in making s nigh   of 1. miles
in a circular oonree, in wll'dl h.- proved beyond a doubt that 11 efflcieac.
jand .-hs.   ..f control, the Wrights  had
Ibeen nut.ion-.    That   was  the reason.
jsays   the  Times,   that   the   war  ortlc
haa made bo deal with the Wrights
Dunne's Inventions is a bi-pian.. in
con. .ruction u differ- from thi- a-To-
Iplanes airead)  known
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Ladies* Blouses
:i
BOWLING
in new and stylish designs, long or
short sleeves.     Prices to suit all
purses.
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street*
W.siriilnsl'r 'lid  not do li *f!l in
'the I' I. Intercity t<-lr-Knaglhic I'MgU'-
last .v.nlng us wif. e-xti**Cted, Carver
making two sma'l s-Mit-i-s la the nntt,
and second, wh.ie. Ilootettb depnttted
��for John.ro *hrl rollad small Bcoree.
Pats I.M KB in bsd the handsome average o( lii      rii,. Westminster ,0,a'
was t. 16,   md  tha details BS follows
1
2
3.
Tot,
Av.
fekrver  ..
.112
139
in
470
is.
Koateith
IM
124
im
.173
lid
(iilelirist  . .
. l U
164
i��.ri
MM
'161
Latham
.181
mn
���tm
Will
1.3
WllK-tt,.   ..
167
lk7
17.
.2.
176
Totals
77.'.
Kft..
Hi,H
243-J
Oih-r returns are Denver. *_.00;
Vancouver, 2fS.; Ta��^>ma, 26��.; B��-at-
tie,  SSOf;  ls.t  Daks  City, 2_7��, and
Portland,   2757.
No r.*Tf-nn were ri-olved from San
Pranrisrri or  Sjxikane
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard   Block,   New  Westminster
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FINE HOME
On Sixth Street, close to Electric,
6-Room Cottage,
$2700
One-third cash, balance to arrange.
j F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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A SPECIAL OFFERING
WOOL  PRESS
FABRIC
50c PER YARD.
__.. pieces of Satin Stripes, Fancy  Lustres, Roxana
Cloth, Fancy (lurks, Black and White Checks and
Light Grey Tweeds, ranging in width
lYom -10 to 54 inches.    To make i: .
offer of mote than usualworth we clear
out many lines at big reductions for
this week only. A splendid opportunity is here presented to secure a
length for Children's Dresses, Ladies
Shirt Waist Suits, Junipers, Summer
Skirts, etc. See our large show-window
for a demonstration of this attractive
dress material. Regular values 60c to
$1.00 per yard in the lot.   On sale this week, yard 50c
An Attractive
Muslin Offering
25c Per Yard
I .rid long li-oR'aim of _�����__.
tll'il ��urniii> - moatlaa, which p
Mile thla w��*k nt thl* ��i--claj jrrtc. to
. ,..i- .j ii. kl_ Boms 10 oleosa ol UM
OANDIE8, VOILBB, MI'U.H, MKit
CER1ZBD W SUNt, etc . In total and
eoareoUoaal sad strtpe daslgaa    Keg
uliir valOl      30c. 35c and 40c.
Bas OH BUB   slum-   wltid.  * I  ���
,.r|. ������    p< r   rsrd .    . 24c
our- u Brartn vaatbei _bIm
BOCb Bl \! VMHKSTKH HTK1FX,
OALATEA INDIAN FOBA0 8UlTl.su
plalfl     . -trliH-,1      llni'ii,      \*.MITl.
BUTCHERS' I.INKN, FANCY BAT
EEN FOI I^VFlI*. JAPANESE ( UK
KON        -J-BR8UCKEH ZEP1IYK
Ol.VGH N.M.-^     MIT.1-4,    DUCK  Sl'l'l
[NOB    etc.,   Br^   b*W   at   av-vii   low
prices,
Ladies' Ready-to-
Wear Wash
Costumes
M��n/ kltrS-tUt ierviceabi* mod.ii
in thaiB BUmfTver with coiiunw. nrs,
nov. on tlifipiay in the Ready to-Wtar
Daperlmt.. we have picked from
tfca many etylet ihown two linee
wBlch ����rve to de*.onttral�� particularly the popular trend In wain cot
tumei.
AT ��500 EACH
Dstoti PrlQCaSS dr.��a of iniul, w-.hhi
Ih made with >ok��. of tuck�� uxid IBM
iti-a.rtlon n-iil ii'-w ��1i-.vi-�� Hhlrt le
��� xei-pi. mall) full and trlmnn. wwti
laeeilltill nnd tucked imai-i down front
Shown In whit... aky, niauv.- abd WDk
Specially j.ric<>d at B��^��
AT %9.2'j   EACH.
Dresay K(.wn In Prlnceea atyl*-. made
of fin. muil Wfilat U made w>lb K*��S
BleerSs i/<*iint.-.l nt hand, yoke la of In-
i^iTtlon nnd Kulpurr inotlfa; BWrt le
made wktli [.mui front and b-a.-tlt_lly
trimmed with fold* and lac* li>eertioo.
Shown In white, pink, aky and ciiam-
li.nn-      (in.  Htn-clitl iirice, each B9.28
Note the Reductions
on Frilled
Curtain Muslins
Two Special Lots
TlRST   LOT,   IBs   PER  YARD
lar 1     ���
Ot:.    ..
���   * Ith  liw- -Jite an !  - �����
tl"D    ��� . .     �� tllte
SECOND  LOT. 20c  PER  YARD
Ooaatsta ��.f I | !��� sea  I] .
-.    I'.-t     -111     ���.���.,.���   4tld   II.��' ���   e
frill
Thre.      11    trills !
���mall  neat    pattern or    plala  '      -^
^���Klln with  rrr*,    of   inwr i._ i **
-rids
onv piece MlisJ spotted ��saUs  M
InC&es   ��ld��-      It-KUlar   vau.     Bl     I
No  | an. Me an i He set fanl
clear,  -x��r )*��td	
26c
15 Pairs of
Bobinet Curtains
AT   SUBSTANTIAL   REDUCTIONS
One   M  of   thr...   vardu   IOB|   ��*1K
or n-rii Jjotdn  . curtain, with |sos ���-1"''
lassctioa   trimisad   ��-<iite       KBfo ������
>.J__  l| ihi pi-r  pair      Bpedsl price
(>��-r jfcaJr %S.?i
On., lot whit.'   .m.i crean     -
c-urtalim with  BBOa sad  iBSSItli U ���<�����
��.f trliiltil.. wllh Batti���:.:-������
d.iilitn     IteKuJnr  value  |t7I ."     l-:-
Bpaoal price          f2!'
A   CLEARANCE   OF   ODD   LINES  OF
White Blouses
$1.25 Each
A ����nona-le ofNrln* IB ,1'"
white uiualln and lawn NOOBSS m��*V
ll im In almoat all ��!"����� ��r'' '" "'.'
BpM-lal lot. Some have |0B| t ''']'.
Some hev�� ��1k>it ��K->v��-�� A 1 WW
are mnde with luckiit ur IS��7 '"���
brolil��*T��] front; oth.-re with ����2*S
worked rokifi nnd OOllBm tt'"1'"
valuea. |1.55, B1.40, |1.W.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STOKE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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