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,NSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
M*   WiSTMlWSTfcR,   B.C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.   -
riONSTBR   H   C, WEDNE. .   MAY 5, 1909.
FIVE C1-.NT3 PElfe  OPV.
i HILL. Of MAINS    �� ll .kk BEGE1VES   POINTS OUT DANGERS [POLICE Of fUTURE
ARE CONTEMPUTED   "���W"
Of TARIFF SCHEDULE   WILL MAINTAIN PEACE
echo OF UTI0A1I0N        INDIANS TO GET.
HtAHD IN LHAVBtHS TREATY! rlOMEY
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Repre ��� . ��� Stevens De-
clarefi Aldrich Amendment
Would Ll iri Pacific Coast.
  Plamtiff     Successful   in     Action   Over'
Nation i Will Soon Do Away    M,,"-,ou' Darr39e Wants Llrger
Costs.
With Armies and Navie .
Declares Boston Woman.
Treaty Commissioner Will
Distribute $20,000 in Currency to Northern Indians
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and  :���. ordii _ to one
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oni Fai I arii ed  %'���>> and  lii coats
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along the MacKenzie river   *
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Question  of   Statesmanship.
"Human
a i-r coun:;- i
.    In '.' >   Iii : ��� iidar.    i ri.   uu
~ jtici        rws ���    -��� ���������     ���        . :������.      id
��� lnM_. :v..i ,iurine the eleven .ears, Mr.
ild hat       ���     - -
Conroy -ays be hs    . ���        a tailed
BUI. DEFAULT
ground of tne action being <       to reach i ich point us announced   tte
��� "general public Inti ���   ��� dli abotl,  |_0,000  in   Canadian   cur-
_   __, ..... _ . grea. j. ^ ciadden the Indian wigwams
.... .    hai   ������:.      .
iradvi :   defendant  to  nav.-  aite Leaves When   River Opens.
Two men accompa.sy Mi   Oooroj  to
th, one from Ottawa anil   <'ne
Montreal The outfit of the party
������������������     Us \\ \_\ large so they trust to i""1*-
rcial ������ - Ul* honor promised ... ,-...,,.-   p.xt.ra   snatatance   -n.y
,����.��, ���-..-- y - _��. - ���- - ,  ���,     -     'real  sad   -������������ the matter of costs his careful  .,'a_.  M .hf,_  _0 along    The move-
> onslderal   a ^m^m^mm       ""*-   '*"--** '-
Mates Into ���     ���   todnj Baeeslon.fi .a    . 	
"      ���       ��� .   .-��� . tn.   set api bi  .���       m of woman's WASHINGTON
thought to have escaped ani was ol ,<rftd��. of  Seattl.- and other .itl. . on   work In ��� -������ ol peace and roi '
lhe   pari ...  ani  coi-, _        i  _._.__.  _��<.
���"" ���! ___. _,. r^-..- .,,��� .,, INVITES FRIENDS TO
 I Business Men  Want Peace. the   lumber   district,   of   w*^����^|
WINS MARATHON DANCE      !:.  explaining  the  still   i.   ol   .u-i-'show that the curta-lment of_ pro-uc-
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bl .md it  seemed  t
'""���"" j tnd consequently the president would  Into o :  defendant  *-o iia.. ��-w~.
���   ,.   i, few influeni to his rights, in objecting to
..... oential  ��� ��� ��� ...... :.-   should tiav.. pro   .
U                        Canadian goods.     Follow- I                        war.      Ii .                     .         ���-..���  ol an action tor tr.
������ -  ��� :     ''      .  .                                                      >r question of >tatei ���' taking vie law in ���
1   0|   ��oui  .                                               ..        ������-���   - :al a.id'own hands.      Hi* honor promised to j n
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opinion that the hole had
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v,   J.carrol     I       ���   sarden   .;     brother of ald. gray
was hospital ovi >���- et at tb. time
MILLS
RUN ON  SHORT HOURS
iilli   liITU   DllllflUlIC
U|[  ff 1111  DAIJHUKALO rapture ot tbe prisoner at Burlington,
:.<":.   ���.'��������     I.   BOUy
lastrncto.  DoyU   reporti I   . ���   Bias
UtUlU.      Ul      3aaj^KMD.      ���  -
chases  during the    tariff    discussion.
t, f..i   Idee    Tor.    Out  to Pny
kvs., Mats*   Mew Players
rcu-ig    Liberjli.
prtwuner    said     kfOClUste.     a
.'..'.'����� -.   !    ���    '��� ���-. from ttie bote,
Mine. Six..  :���< . *nd Clark a huttdr.d
(mt ��*��>
,  ,Bes. __en"Marni��'>I.Ma:.-" preside-,   tion   agreed   upon   by     manuia-*-'.;*-���-
Kamloops, May 4.���What proved W  of  the  National  Association of C lot li .because   of   stoppage  of_ ea?,tef^__,������
be 01       '    '1    Strong*, a tract.oils of-   Wrs^ of New York, said
������    -   it. Kaiulouj.s l.-.l-. . -u-jii  A..- th.
,    Harstbon dance in the K   M. i: A A-  oone mucn inuin-cuy to di.dK awui .ruuui-_. ---,   --_ low
1 ,  Monday evening.     to po*t th. Improved relal*Slli    l>etweon the Stocks of �����=***��*��� ^J* KLj^
nd; ,: Lot-re.! and eoUmstasnl It wss at- various natloni      Let them now help iand  it  i, exPeCvt*<1,hthati^_ ^ y
e^-^-^-^t-  i- sn^_i .    .      1 _. II ^e normal by the mlfldie 01 Juij-
menr ot the ice on  th*- Athabasca Is
.Continued  on   Pa^e  Thr.-.
SEE HIM DIE OF POISON
imirucior W" repur^  _"��� '��~��|-jfer��d In Kamloops Oils .eason was tne |     The merchants of the world nave has been P����gjr   ^_blf ^now. lasorM Hazel    Atterrpt,   Suicide Be-
nerlB ��'���     th, prlsooenMiU        ������������-      ,���      ..   ;! j-aoe in the K   M. U A   A   don-  much indirectly  to bring about irunning only eight hour, a da>  no��. j^eorge na��i
' .-,  the  Sr-vkyarl  and In a_-��e,  to   , ,     ,.    Munday   evening.       In   P0*l ;the 1
UU.       '....-..,.       I, -   ..:���       a.. ,....- .........      .
tended   by  gratifying   remit*  ana p- flnar.c the peace morementa by prac-
nanciaJly 11 also saw- k'XkI leiurn...     ]\{cal. BUielBsh co-operation in a great
IU'-.A.',"      ��a     a.rm.    b_ ��� .      f,a^^._     ,Vau.u,>. ..VU*.
..���. ���-,,. _      Th,   Mara^!i��ti *��- Oter u dtstanes loaase.
i.r:rT^^u;':,v[:^y^ _**__*__-. _*^jfi ���-
^^^h     ^^^^^^^ Vii. I  K.   .Ut.!--1.
I fsolted their OMOa ;',,re wa* n.. rridm
**�� .       ^��i�� n.l  tt,.-  Be riewoi -,..- ;_, ��� tha
i-iag. only Bve <M estnulhlon   the   w-n'.mce   would
bis    honor   ��-A'r";*'e..viiv .,r^i)Br^d for the big gr.nU   T-Ul ,now     poss
,ce of ti'i-ti'**    '������  0       tormerlj  uf Ken  Wogtmlnstor,Iggoncles a
I le hiui 00' I ��ghi   _nrt'MlBi. ire_e    McCrum    took ttwtTVarshlpa I
r.tenc*.    �����     I   be      "        ..... ��.._.i ,.1 tv,ir,f*n eout.les   ��u-T_it\   uf
Thr  terri le  pOOrOr of destruction
sible    through    modern  war
. ..nd the still undeveloped air
pa force upon  all  men the a.
STRAUSS TO BE U. S.
MINISTER TO TURKE.
1    Waslungton. May 4.���Oscar Btrsuss,
se< retar.' ot .-ommerc. and labor, un-
cause of Financial Reverses, But
Chumi   Save   Him.
rwiBf  up a; t^i4��*e i -    \\jrl {ft
\        ��� l)��   no��   helj   [fu
Dlaoeoot ofs Md ol thirteen coupHs aordit.   of  wtUing  international dlffi* :^r'President Roosevelt, today accep
and Lnddentalta bung up a remarks Ic ;Cuitlvs by mutual annihilation
. . _,i     _ .      1 _      Afti". TK ^    i....>h^'.     tt. -I v     ���_        ��� - I
Cordova, A.aska, May 4��� Oorge
Hazel, a well known young man of t_ig
city, attempted to commit suicide by
drinking several gratis ot _oor_��__ne.
After   taking  the   drug   he   called   tn.
fi^ltir ��,;_,  _   .ircentagB of
te. - ..< t aci i.t ..ni
fi* i c. ::.���    tana ����-i
���Ini   the match, a prac-
:��v ���    .���!'.. tfM Balssottle
COMMONS  BEGINS
_     ___  .     )_jrttlt. poet of ambassador to Turkey.   *frU._d!i .ogelher to bid them bood-bye,
r^oPd^vvrlng ihe"di��tance in fifty- I      The idealists may a*, last be Joined ;an(} wlll sUCceed John O. ^l^ishinan 1.
M,..   1  -lhe commons :��� aad tm   Uttcer part
.......ring  me  u.-'JI1"   '"   ��������� '   '        ��� ���"-  ���"-���-������ ���-   --   ��� -        "_,___   mu  -.i. �����~������  --   - .    .
- itaa  K Clakeand Mi . hnud-��m ihv hard-t.eiidvi men of sSalra wnose     h    will i,e-.oui- ambassador to ttai>.
��������� "uu      ' ^^^^^^^^^"       ���- ��-    ������������-   ->������-���-.-��� ��_��. t"""     .  -jt    minister to
 H_a W. iliddu-
as amb_JiSai.il
MOMNiNG SESSIONS   -    .   awarded second placi
thlrU--11   c-oup!e��     starUng
11 . N.iua-��<n   bv   iiaM-i.eaa.-_  n.��-_  ��i  au;t.;_   ���...r     wj_o wil|  _ecoui^ amD_����
ce.     Of the [dalI)   cry is for results   Bu-mess n^n'^-j,.     Roekhill,    present
. eleven  tin-   all ^ant peace" ihina   in  to siirceed  Jot
oi tbe rae.       <v. , -   ;. >��� r- were Prof Wi'.liam 1        afltbsasodor to Russia
. .h. ,._v, 111,.11       ..1     <_ ...it.nvore      and     Jamesl""   ���
~K. '   ; -��������������� �����. ��  <  Bv*   ' -,      .      :��� 4     1      I :������       v'i.ai.-  ������-������ -'    '   ..���'-������   ...   ���-,-.=  .     ��� .,,    .        .      ���       ... ..      lanvHid1
.-���."'. ��� vv-rr^: :... - v, ;r0 r, -
.-������'- ���    ��� ...  I par. .���.���..' _\N..��hing.Q-. D- <
n+GsM ��� '      I��" aoa I--' . m)u  ,,, BaTe .	
but they immediately began .0 pci.ir
black coffee and oth.r antidotes down
his throat, and by persistant eiiort
succeeded in keeping him from going
under t:-e effects of the morphine. Ut.
Geho was summoned and pumped out
hi-s stomach.      lt la expected he win
Und     I       -       "'
01 tt.      ���      ' H> *"<* ���;������ ''���
to ',��� ���     ' b
- '.-   ���
otii.i not ��� n-i.  ! 1 -  ���'
m^ZZmT !___ mm, - s. e- - a���.I���- - ����� - *E=aSS -T^^^rrS-^ W4^
PRINCE   RUPERT   SALE  __.._.    .._._        ,       us  B. C. on Irrportant Mission���
I \ V- : 1.   Of  1
��� .   .        , -.with ti..   I- >
,
t      !,.,       _
'   K-��od   Bror*
|r.*i i ire
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hood of si
,    Bs 1
I box) spoel
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bsmI -   ...     Mai .   asld       v. v. .        I��yj    0, >J- ����'���>   ;1^1
.-.     j mils va* eommlsatone;   I thi ���   '   '���'"'. 1
,     v. teamlasi aigsi     ,  ��� . tii    1 '"" *��%& '
I*  "��. ��� .... ation to oaee  anally for "������  i"     '  !* -���" ���> "J   . ui
I - fot tWastontni   immodUul.  sftet blj rt am n-     .       -"-*--** --
II - ... vti   ., uvea t;.. tr .a Xv vsnoontei iv I-  .     ��� ���   ���'   ��f    ha. *"���- I
sale  of   ffnt*  n-.,.-   ;ov,i.-..,    .��.*.   --
  ilpOl   Will   B*  included.
, v';''   M"   '    v *��spt��rt   h"��*l - ;-" nENT
ft'im-v ,    k. ll.lt. Of  lhe   i\     W|LL    ASK   Wf^J^V,],
I Y'-n'  ���.    . - BOl    Klmil      -U-*   ' "
��� - i otatloa of ths seal , -
::' ��� iMdaj      tw*   paotlae ,     ��� >,��>��� t - C *��������?? ,;u
������    ���     .    ���     ���.   HU-OM   -aith a     ' '.,.,.M(i,.ui ..n.l   Artsoaa Bob
*"    '   ��� :' .   '*���"  'Ur.-. tlon   01   ,...;,/���
FRIKLINB DREDGE WILL      LOOKING OVER EDUCATIONAL
HIVE HOT SIMMER   POSSIBILITIES OF PROVINCE \
CARPENTERS  DEMAND
INCREASE  IN WAGES  recover.
  Hase] is a member of several iocges
otiti n   May 4���Through the tn- 'and  at one time wo.   worth consider-
t'u.-al o| tl..   master bui.ders to awed.' lable money.     He ref'is^s to make any
to the    demand of    the    Carpenters' 'statement regarding his rash aci. tiut
,uion  for    an incr-ase of    minimum Jit is supposed he wag discouraged at
agv-  from  42  c^nts  per hour  to  bo ; not finding work of a nature that paid
Qsnts, there i. a jjossibUity of a strike [him enough to regain his lost fortu_e.
��� in the carpenters   ranks, and a con.��e-
1;   	
If IIAWIR CAPTUMD
, AFTER  A   HAUD CHASE
North Arm, and  Elsewhere���Ger-
tran  Cre.   Replaced.
    ' Jr*
���ft* crew on thi    rtdh-dg >v.u.
npluced.    Captain
Will   Attend   Conference.
Rev. M. Bonrssh, cii-ncellor 01  VIC
Itoria   university.   Toronto,   arrived   in
t, replaced.    Captain   '��"���>   ' "'���'',;,.d\,   and will remain a
Oansen  M     -   4��"W. Capt  iv.d the uty^ede.d;i.^.a^ ^   ^   ^
Having b-eal.e ^"f'"
...... ,..������.,' ongiMei i**ws today,    h
wiTl be saoeeedi I   .  a��gi��f�� Honor
_iMa wtfthexcdieni recomnwidatlOBi
isvo.1.1 and third 1   -:"':- r"^'?
e. ��-d Metules      Beveral ol theUtr
ff ,hhl"ch'U.r rate^ ZgI_TS I Btnttgar, May 4.- At a mee.n, ��
fe��S w.V expire on Saturday A day of the Wurtemburg Atrial Navy
ew calmer- ar. st-11 working on- Lsagoe. a repreOSBtatlTO Of C��^rt &��
\ ,h old a. until the union de- |S_ declared the company, whig-Be
.idea whe uLe.-to hold out for th. in- formed in connection with the &��*
tides *ti. te- i,   t    u construction Company, had
.,..,.��� to M cents. 1 undertake",  to build a regular line ot
��/.    Private airships  from    Lucerne or  W?*^
Hang.n9   Wa.   PrivBt^ u    i> ui  ^nh Gt,rmany, vla ^nk-
Aadover.    V B.   May    ^*a���  fortK,n-the-Main.
Aroaha sad UBW Seppepll were h-��nt,-1    __ , ._
TOA^uNEMPLov.D,;:;^;;;;.;,!;,'.,^^ -'.'.^v-
toaid^w I (-u B0|ai out ^ l(,.. rive,  trom
few days, the _-��sl ol R-v. Ur. and
NUs Si'pprell. Of Columbian college.
Ur Bursas- i* here to attend the conference of the MethoOUt church at
British Cs.liimM... which will be l""1-1
rrom Mm  I to May I*.      On Si . .,���.-_-_��� ttl9l.      .. ������.. ..
morning 'he  will   preach    In   ^ns \^^gX^."history of th ��� M f-
1 rviriu-> ������_�����     1 ..
The actual route to be adopts will
od here thi. morning for the murder ol -j^   offers    of   landing
*             Green,    a  Montreal  jeweler* ��^_����  0y -tk- 0n the Hue     it
Ou Sunday I peddle, at Beaverbrook   ^ ��-. on ^ ��  ^        ,. open  the Une  tor  traffic
______ _ _. I ______        .(_.._   */ii. I'lflf J ^    W tl>    tli*     *���       v
\v-uue Methodist church.
l'riiiiiiii>    Dr.   Burwash   is   in   t_IB
���Ung oui  01  <�����' ""WH^M    .,..,.1,.   to  kK.k   into tlie  future edu-
rraser m"ls .,   ,. inaie- oatioaal possiblUUes of Methodism a
^^:ff.r:^%::^ r,��e !u�� *���� ^^.^^ ��or
province, and Radcliffe. ibe public ex- 1
ecutioner.    performed  the    grim  task   DISHWASHER   INHERITS
without  .1   hitch.      The  B.affold   Bras FORTUNE OF 1100.000
entirely screened from view. ��� ���
 Baker  City,   Ore,    May     4 ���James
Woundsd  Hunter  Found. ! P*4*""". jj" f��f l^ �������� has been
. _ _, ... n . mi ' earning a living in this city as a cuufc
Port Arthur. Ont . May (.���JOOa ISa- _nu dishwasher, has gone to Umdou.
louey was found yesterday by a tug on ! England, where he has inherited an
Welcome island .���.uttering from expos- , egUU. saiJ tl) b<; valuwl ��� ��� buti6rr4
ure and a gunshot wound. unen , u,0UsanU aoilars and to which he w
a storm started last Thursday he *aa the sole heir. Patterson had diaap-
In a boat with a companion, and In a peared completely from the sl��lit of
hurried landing th.. gun exploded He , hig IamU> .uld g^,- ^rned ol tm
was  la   B   precarious  condition   wh'nl.o.tun.   through   telling  the etory   ol
his life to a chamv acquaintance.
This  man  remembered having  seen
an advertisement in a New York paper
' '��� -"-"    Wj -'��� ;; v.'.,,SS-.^f^--\>-<:;::v-,lX':ff ^f^���s=��     ���-���> -       "���T_.__'_S__r^_r--
s ' . ���;,��� isursi^ h s*S_??�������.x.��T^r"_i^ < bB.-'tfavsS jss&.'J-tf'-'BaSa^saai*--*
"*��*    U ���   v.,,.-.. Itoyal   xv-   ^,\u-,1>,   OO"""1'^^ WE ELECT THEIR OFFICERS  -^ fe M        ^ eBting J ^ 0��� ..^pie , Have .��et.    meat.	
���  lltaesa    IHsith  WSS  "^d"   -.deration Of OM0- _   Sign, on the various sflections devei-   *���> ��fi^ hu farewell addrvss. and ne   4.BoT8rORD '
������ ���:    TsnrwS ETtRM^i^^ T0RS sTiwwwm ayswa S^fttfwffSK s u '=  *r?s.-%�� ����
to   ��� ���-* "s_;;-":::"��....-"���'-'"iT0"8s��Si?3.nSaJK5-5s___u��_&r_;    .....��-.v-<,.,._ XMM^t���tBJ.
ben        _-��_iiwro  EFFORT TO 	
wt,  to  Mayor  Kr>:��. ,!,VU*-
Louii Coete Visits City
Louis Coste, of Ottawa the em>n��-m
consulting engineer. ��*^��_?_5.
ly been employed by the Dominion goe
emm-nt in important works, wa. a
1 i,.v- .,. .he city veeterday for a ie"
visitor to tne uj . <- _.-fem���nt tnat
hours.       Beyond   the   ��tatem_e_t_.t.__^l.
he became ths ttm 11 posdbi-. ���-     ( . you ean
"."���n innulttln, ,��� office till WH. fe^111^, is J"1"���;1
,.H" ^l-i.K-,1   in   bil   earlv   yearn   IO Tlie  "v"lN"'ltv  ���vt.,- Iiere ��*"����
��MM rtfl,  Mrp, llt.r(..    Amo(UC t5S to |s1 "'- -* '\ ���. Msrama olU pr��J
M'l!''"ai' i-aniiniona with which be If poorfhlOjM    y^.oaver �������� 1,,r
4!N|tui-'.t..i were Union lodge No. ��, ablj  be met �����
'   * AM.   I  i'i.    UN;   Royal 0o a.rlvul
'ait
������
\\V-t."' tl" A,,ll"nt Order of United  I
Royi^^^
ami     Krnsei
/" '���' the Amirnt Oruvr 01  u��..-
'"    or   whle),   1���.   WHS   11   Clmrtel
I "HI   bad   a   large   -hare     It.
uvlv-d   l.v   11   Willow
' '"',r children, Mrs. William AIM
B        " Hon   Richard  Mo-
,.  '  -��*Brd McBrlde ol Port Ouiob
"it in.1 ... 	
ONFERENCE MAY  8IT
IN  WEST  NEXT TlMfc
I     U
,. ivt improha-
Officers of the Sunday tdbMlJJJ
.-.lectiHl as follows: SuperinteuO. '
J Vi.litm--i. assistant ^psrlntsn^,
ti;,,,ge Cunningham; s<'c'-,'tar\u,(>.,K-
_rf___     treasurer.     Charles     AlctHK,
' ti'is SSs Helena Caudln; ��W��^
KSnden" of the home depar��W .
Mtn   I.. & Tupper. 	
Valuable  Albsrta Fsrms.
t-algary. May 4.-At Standoff. sotitH-
Remtroduce ths Psnsione.
Que"*,    May     4.   Hrovlncl.l  civ..
service employoos sre  ��*^ln"t^"
S new. U.at the Wrerdtwmt intend
to TelntrOdnoe the pondon not ,-epested
, is"".     U i-s understood tlie employ-
'    will be permttted to repay pen-en-
ees win       1 enable It to
tllRes     On   DOCK   l,lm    "J*
count fo.- .uperannustiOB
Abbot^ford. May 4��� Business m
looking very healthy In this dlstnci,
lands tH'lnp sold briskly. The opening ot the Northern Pacific Railway
will give access to a valuable acreage
suitable for agricultural purposes, and
lead, to settlement, with these added
m-   "  .,__  lead to B-eiueui-"-.
M_ -resent visit wa* not ln conn.*.ct*io*n    hlppinK facilities.
wlthPgovernment business, heJ***"r?Sonow stores have been r��vnuy
fo dlSuSs his nvlsslon on the comit. 1 	
He paid a visit to Dominion Resident
Engineer Roofer
that   mi"
' ��� "      ...   Ml 111,"    ,   .      . .
|(|.��n.l Mt,H Dora McBride.     Tho f��
hln Bfternoon ,|nm
���'     ui
         1,  1,  net  ""I'1  .uigiu?. .����^   ���>     ���-���     p .arson
Toronto, May *�����'.   ' .���,������������,,���  con- ^n Albortoj ��!���;nair^'.0'.ere'FIVE DAYS AT
jther  "''.J.. ..�����,  tirotiit-1,       rofU_*-d $,.,,000 for  MS 4; ,bi 11.10 '
tn.m. He is holding out lor ��l*_,0W.
M.tnv other sales are repprtsd tt (.
same .llstrlct  al   from f�� to l�� I"1
TWO  ucw   .^^^^^_
built, a general store by Mr. Bumner,
and a hardware and furniture store.
The post offlce building has been pur-
ebsaed by Mr McCuilan. A telephone
exchange" has also been established.
The hotels are all dolug well With a
large number of guests constantly ar-
Bellinghsm mere.��� Woo, License.
Bellingtm..., May 4.-Saloon BCOM *
nlahi     u.d   Mayor  De   Matio,  signed _._.i__lA*###oOOd
The o.di_..ic- Li once.      TOs action ]. + + + + + + + + + + + *���*���
bla  ">��'   """ '   ,���.i,| thi
,,.,-.,,1,. maj be new
vear. I'r,,1,;l'
sn- Lome*
"|,'t"'    0 the Mi  "ilie .<.llleie
a���,i..   ..��" "j ,      ..mm., ������������. '','���:'
SEA WITHOUT FOOD
\as paefted -.vithout 11 fight l ^
aoi-e.
Camoodha  M��lc0' v,ay 4-Al,mst
.1...      r,.,   imn-.-r Ave men, oompris-
Um.   froi1 J' ��n .  , ,   . liua_lemoc.
tag toe erew of tteua stonu
which wMdriwu   rp9CU(>d-UHl;l>   bJ
^^      1
Ithout
���  ,    "un,  M.i,  Dellvry. S�� ""f"^5tJ " ��  "ril-SSfi      Montival. May i-CL f, *��� 22*2  ft ���SSS".or S?  *5f��K
n, . ",   - ��� ol -',, ���,��� few days, .nd It I       <V,,r o( RvitlMi Columo.. ^ ^ ��jj       fcprt] ;������ sh-v. a,  had drifted   ���>���   ��'�����; ln a pU
���v     will be estal.il-.I.-.'    Mi'B' >'"���   " ';,,.��� ..���   oWjlJ* non-nse   of   t'J&l.OOo   ove.-   the     >���'""   'i"^'^ "   ' "
��i���*     ''' '" onvlli, snd .M.i.o.H.or.1   will . , ,���, place to'<u' inerlod loW y,..r, inbi, dOhdlttob.
Ju '"���������  ' p*d-  been placed loi the ��"*< -l ��
' ' 'mOH sitting. ��
Yesterday'.  B.Bsball.
Po. tland      	
Vancouver	
(Twelve innings 1
Carload  of  Lobster, Coming.
Halifax   N   B.   May  4.���ln  lurtlier |
sraafs t"8ff �������_ ��� **��*-�����-** - "!aro<''
^oadotliv..';..br;e,swU,J,e start...       -
from here to the otl^r side ot the con-
,   ;,        A aumber of Uibster. were
v,;ir i,to liiul ar, reported to he   hru-
ing in the taa-flc.
ruin.
Taconia
Spckane
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
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WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
vertisements
REAL    -STATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.   ETC.
If -i ran had gold dollars to seli a   fifty cents and did not let the people know Bnyth ng ..bout it. he would not  Mil  any.      You mu��t teli  the people whsl >   j have to Bell, why th-y ��h0uld
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of Ul have got into the habit of think        that because we have been a long timi In busmen everyone must of necei.
wares.      Use the advertis ng columns of The Dally  News and  keep abreast of the  times.
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE?���We can
find   ii   !������::��� ' Dial   life  .���������:..,
my     1-. i'i     oi    'a..man.
Sri,  '
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WANTED.
SIT1 \.\TKI)   -^���UM-
.a
��� \ . .   Ni .a   >���  Btmin-
ster.
W.  I)   GOODFELLOW   ARCHITKCT,
Ro >m 11. Dominion Tm ;i  bl.
EDV IN'  Q   W. BAIT,  ARi'Hi Ml
_     Ti ti phone 338.
ROOMS  TO  RENT.
rniahed room iii private
fast il Applj
Mr-   I      ���    827 Tliir | street, m sr
line
VV.  N   I)
C    LAND  SUK
Now    toe t
WANTED ���  AT      "M'K.      SMALL
East  End, ��� ������
Qu. ��� tlon of pn   has
���   :      Pull  ; i        ������
dress  D, N
REN. '       :    ��� . orw i
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��� .. ���  Library.
A I-
WA> ; -    FOR   LAUNDRY.
L   indry.
WANTED���Girl to asi bI in liouse-
work \ , ���. . Royal avenue, n< ar
Sixth  street.
LOST.
IMS   IN   THK   PYTHIAN   BI_
to  lei   in   suites  of    two   for  light
All    iteam-bi i ���
.i ih    hoi   snd    col I    wati r,
range   and   electric   tight        Terms
moderate.    Apply   A    li    I
.     :id Boor.
TO RENT���One large furnished
room, also one small one.     Termi [
reasonable.      Apply     187     VlCtOrlS
street.
LALNDRY
RO. VL    i'ITY    .  '���   ND    ��� IYAL
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i Phon i
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LIVER/   STA3LE.
.   '    FOR    HACKS  AND
���
MACHINE   WORKS
THK SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Llmiti il   Front  itrei I     Near   w\ -  ���
minsti r      ManofSctui
i I-. ihingia    Bill I :i..i< mnery,
Mil;  planta  ..ud ipi i ifli stio      ;  ���
i sred
LOST���A SILVER BADGE ENGRAV-
��d "Provincial Revenue lax Col-
li ctor ' Reward on returning &am*>
to Daily News office.
LOST���A BMALL P.RSK ANU A
paij- ��f goid-rimmed ^vectacie. ye_
lerday at about 1:30, near the corner of Kifth avenue and Sixth Bt~
KindeT pit-a_e return to this otlicev
FOR   SALE.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRfC CO,
dealer- in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc Hank of Commerce building,
'phone 2,1. P. O. Box IU
ELOCUTION.
EOR SALE���GOOD 2.0-EGG INCL-
bator, Peialuma. For particuiar.
addres. B. C, News Office.
THIS LICKS COCKE10HT1N-.
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOTS
when you can have 2 1-2 acres <*t
land 1-2 acre cleared and piant-d
with fr-iit trees on the main Port
Moody road. 3 miles from V, e*-.rnin-
ster postoffice; perman.ni water, for
$4.0, or
2S ACRES FARM LAND 12 CULTI-
rated, good 7-room house and barn
on Eraser river, 600 feet d��ep water
frontage, wharf on _i.op.rty. 4 mil. -
from Westminster; close to railway-
trackage, stores, j/ost ottice, etc.,
for $la00 cash; balance . yearsr or
J6.00, or
25 ACRES PARTLY CULTIVATED
(no b.u.-.e) 400 feet water frontage,
5 miles from Westminster, for %'S'JV I
cash.
160 ACRKS AT WHONNOCK, OOOD
house and orchard w.th 70 beanne
fruit trees, all sorts; barn ani stable, 20 acres cultivated, 2 Creeks,
running through property; no better soil ln British ('oiumi.ia, nea-
school, stores, etc., within 3 miie.-
of boat landing and railway station
Cook & Ross, opposite Market, New
Westminster;   pbone  A4.9.
HELEN BADOLBY, TBACHKR OK
elocution, physicaJ culture and dramatic art. Every Monday, 3 to ^
p.m.. Knights of Pythias hail, or
.92 Hornby street. Vancouver.
'Phone  B3530.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS
B C MONUMENTAL WORKS ItsM
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tomb.ton's, bu iding
stone, etc Satisfaction guaran;.. I
Columbia 8tr.-. -.   New  Weetmlnatoi
ii   .
P,  B P   ���>   ll  v
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^^^^^_^^^^_^^^	
M   .DAM a.- IRWIN, COU Mill \  s i
v.      ro ���������!���  ���      -��� .
���-.:���.��� v    . ���      md ll
anc   money I Call ar. |
krbaa and
pr<.; ��� for*      purchaalng     ���    ���
where.
WK   \RK nFFKRIN'i  A  HOUSE   \
.   ��� ���'  if  y "earth  sti ��� ..     sd
Twelfth  Btr�� t   . r  HMO     M ���������
bo ise in the Waal Ba | I:-1       11
io: . -. ��� ,   :..��  . u-...   fourteeaui
��t.. t;'-'    Terms
Will Y   I
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NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY Nt HSKKIK.
Ltd,   Burnaiy   I_ak<** -For    healthy.
home grown fruit tre.-a ph-}n�� 4ID
HKNRYS NURSERIES - PACIFIC
Coast ���..st.-d needs, tre.-��, plant!., bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road. Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY S RESTAURANT    k    CAJ__
Tickets, 21 m.-a!�� for It H,<u.<-
coking Ail white cooks, bo orl.-n-
ial latx-r employi*d Open day and
night. Opposite trmrn office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mr. Ar-hrr. propria,
trei.i Four course*, OOttSSBUag o.'
���oup. flsh. boiled ��� iit.-e or r..a��'..
pudding or pie. Ira, ooffe* or mliB
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r BRUNl v "   mu
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FRA1ERNAL  ORD1K   Of   I
\ -..*.. '    Met
, in   In    the  Kegl��i
hall ������    ���     I
Pros .  h   Bchoflei ���    ������ ->.ry
>..s.-i OP M OTLAND BMNBP1T AH
! ..-���!    . '    ���    .     . ��� ��� -
Iff���M*MS on   th^   flr��t     ��n 1   Hum
Tue��day ,,f e-,.r;.   n*��..th 1:,  K   of P
hail      ChMf  W   BouMrMad
i   m 	
1 () 0 F -ROYAL ClIY LOUUfl
NO 3 Me-u in O-ldfeliowf unit
..I'aiii.iia utrvet, e��rry Friday even
lng ax S o'clock Visiting .rethrrn
wil! >.,�� mail. VetOOOSS C, I <>l>'*r.
N 0 . 0 E Oebornr. P (i r.cord
Injt li-rt>t��ry
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deal thereof
ih- Lai' ' in]
New ,   .   I
rol'.m'l.  ���      ��� ��� a j.
1XW.
c fl KBTH
IMilrtr' RagUtr.
To  Hr-nrv   M'-'try   Marll   lOttM
I.    H    Mr.-i.h-in      .'"hi.   M     rmts^f
rv����r sad wni-.ro nv*!
ARTHUR    O'CONNOR,       POULTRY
���breeder,   104'.<  Eieventh  Mreet,   and
Sixth  avenue   Sew  Westminster,  p
0. Box 4_.>    Pure-bred Cocker.li for [
sal-.  Barred   Rocks,   White,   Brown
and   Buff  Leghorns,   etc.;   eggg   for'
bati bing        Write    your    require- j
ments.
PAPER   HANGING  A  DECORATINO-
I.  HUDSON,  WALL PAI'KR,  BOON
Mouldings, Burlaps, mid Samtav
house painting, kalsominlng paper
hanging     and     decorating        .-ith
nt:- ��� ���    N'.-a-   Westminster
.OTHER     FRATERNAL    BOCURUCM
       Inrl-id-  t.'.�� Union   U_ge.  No   ��.  A
F. and A   M    King Bolomffll Uoige,
STENOGRAPHY    4     TYPEWRITING       No    17    A    f.  SOd   A    M       1-   O    L
No    I1M;   L  0   L    So   li��J.  Court
Ba. pan n  No  IW1. I o  F    <    u
I    F    Cbari    WestinlnSf.i     No   330.
Brolh-rhood  of Owls    >.-**���:   No   IS
I FREEMAN     BUNTING.    BOOM    14.
Guichon i.p>ck      I'  0  Box I -i
'CUSTOM      BTENOORAPH.      ami
Typewriting,   OOpj     w^rk.   l.tiune.g
l��tt��-rr��.     <-tc i'r,..;:���        o(.i*r,   <"o
lumbla strwt.      1'lw.n" 62.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
EGGS FOR HATCHING��� S. C. Brown [COOKSLEY S PICTURE
rns; good layers; $2 per sit-
:.r.. if l;:. Han- Voglsang, poultry
������; rt, 936 Keefer street, Vancou
���������'  B  C.
FEED   AND   BREAKING   fTABLE.
P   - :
. a-ds  ar.- on  sals    at  M   Moray"
Stationery Store, J O. ('.anion g "cigar divan. F Mackenzie's drug gtor,.
and    The  Fair.' Columbia  street.
SECOND HAND   STORE
WK  BUY  anti  SELL  FURNITURN
and   all   kinds   of   new   snd   ��^<-ond
hand g'x.dH       A  Bpeck   m-ar 'I r��m
offlce.
I   MERRY  &  CO-,   PHONE  A501
Ci met   ol   B.acki.   and   Carnarron
streets      lli^e. opened a feed and
breaking itabie for horses.    Horses
for   sale        ii-ference   furnished.
FOR SALE���10 acre., 4 nearly ready
for plow; 6-room house, stable, etc..
a bargain. (2260 cash; or $2350 on
time. W. G. Tanner, Hammond, B C
FOR SALE���ADVERTISING BPACE
in tli.- columns of The Dally .News.
For r_t-s apply to Advertising Department The Daily New.-, P. O.
Box 29, or 'phon- A22
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begb;_ --.c,
opp, Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTKR PRBSfl FOR EYKK.Y
r nd ol   fob  printing;    beet   worg.
-. i',:..  price..   Plum.-  v.,  p   0
112.       Old   Dally   Newa   bl'. k
Blxtl      ���>-.-���
PROFESSIONAL.
T VLORS.
'iAl.VIN    LADIES   AND   MKN.  TAI
lorlng. a new line ..f sprtng suiting Just In Button ""M��|, pre����
ing and ropalri il 8txth street
phone H350.
BOARD OF TRADN NSW WHBT.
minster IKud r.t Tra:.- meets in t'<
Mard   rrvwn.  Cltj   Hal!    a.   roi ow*
Third  Ttlur��dii-r    M    i*th    raontn
quart.-r!>      meeting     OS   tr.1-     'aim
Thursday of r'.'.-T.��ar>.  May   August
arvi November, at h pm Ananai
meotfagi ..n tne 1 hi -1 Tburaiay 01
y, '-'iii';. New e-OPheri may hr
propo������d and Nootitf ��t any m"nlb
ly or quarterly m����llni Q M
Pl'i.-ir- W ad-   t'rretary
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
THEATReS.
W,    E    FALES,   THK   FURNITURE I
Dealer. Dpholsterer and Undertaker.,
corner A_v - .rn I  McKenzie streets  |
Phone 1 Tti. night call bl.
- ���: II : ACOUNTAN1 ami
a . Utor, Notary Public, 1 m ���. 1 ���
sneer, Boom 11, Gult I 011 b cw . Ni m
Westminster.     P. O. Box 79
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN ORO-
"���ri.-, phone .86 The Pure Food
Bupply Orocery, P. o  Bos 111
WALK   WHEALLBR & MoQUARRlE
(F. C   WU.de, K. 0 . A. Wh.all'-r. W
0    McQuarrie),    BWettors,   iiarri-
teie, >'       12  Ixirne itreet, opposite
'"���rV'i. New        Westminster,
(Phone US), and the Vancouver of
fie. is Bl No Z. Royal Bank Chambers.  408   Hastings Street  w.-.t
OEORGE EC MARTIN BARRISTKR
and Solicitor. Gulchon block. Oo-
Innabl 1    sn 1    Mi Ki oxl��  st- ,  New
w. ���n,ii; tor, b. c
W. MYERB ORAY BARRISTER
Solicitor snd Notary I'.i'iiir Curtis
block, t'larkson street, opposite   ���
''"'iv   II.   ; ...       p. (j.  n���-   j,,;      ���],.
epli- v.  .,1
WESTMINSTKR    oi'KR.      HGUSE
l/.rn. .',    N   Carty, manager
Special Sti ' .ns provided during
th- ieai Advance ticket offli
Rya:i 1 1.1   .- BtOCS
THE EDISON  THEATRK.    CORNER
Coluti   la   and   Klghtfi        Higl.c. |
11 >i: p 11 ture��, tUastraied song-.
Program cbangod Monday, Wedn.n
day       1  Friday.
WOODWORKING.
.VK.-I MINSTER       WOODWORKING
�����      Lank   offlce aril   store  IlttingM
.   ���    IDS!     tt-iilr,      ihOB 1 .1-. I,    ivtO'el ���
Snd d'tali  work     lx-~l(rriK and SStl
Hi it. ���   f.irnl (bed       I     llr.Hik- .     pro
prletor.     Work     . ornor K|.v��ritii
und car Un..     P 0  boi Iff, Phone
173.
Take notice that an app-c-i'lun tia��
. ���:, msds lo r.gi��ter tho oorpornuoa
of th.- TosmsMp or LBs��r|. 1 oi Mu
���Ion. a�� tb,- owner in f.-e ���Imp;- un
di-r a tag ��a.v +++4 from ti.<
���f  Mi    Ion  Municipal.t>. .   iuip<r
r*Uon of tb.- I. *n��hlp or Dimum ,,l
MMslon, ������earliiu .Ut,- Iln- 7th d^y ol
October, A. D. IMI, of all and singu
lar thai certain parcel or tract of land
and premises a.iuat<-. jytug and being
In   the   Diatrlct  of  New   Wl
,ln thu provisos "f Britteh Colombia,
1 more    particularly    anown    and    >|e
iscrlbed  a��  i*>:   12,  In   BlOck     I   Ol  LlM
112, (.roup 1, bring part of th�� north
WfSt ijnart.if  ol Se. t 0:1   17. ToWBShlp
17.  soutbwi-it    quarter of aorthi
j iar;. r nf SOOtbSrSOl 'luarl. , <,f ��ec-
tlon   .-     TOWII  II,.    17.    went   half   of
jwegl half of northwest  quart. ���  ..f S. .
i lion   .!.'.,   Town  In;.   17.    kiiMi.i  lOB   '���
LANO   ACT.
Comox   Land  District
D.ltHct of Qu.e- Ch.H.u. So_n.
Yaki not! ��� ths   ' 1 B    .���.--.���
Vancvuner, .��-. .;;��iiua  si....   -���  ;���
tateodi.    t" a; ; .')���     for    . -.     j
if������� f .   :. . ._itn    _,���
I "     - . las  at  a  pool ���-:   M
the woi .' v. .it  ._���:"..>!
* .-.: vi*
ti-rly    xni    tinn' vrlj     I " -        IM]
i.hore   line   ar"'_n_   the   M ��� I
l*i*at   of  comn,,;.. ein-nt, i .
r> | b������. re
-���  Bed .prii ���
M  JAf'!<���  H
NEW   WtbTMiNSTtR   ClTY
A.SEbSMC'.t
Court  of  Rfy.non
.',   I    ���    i
let.me.it   roll   f< -   thl
.-�� i.   r\ ' .-:.. | to
my offl.* where ll ma
. y   any     pereon
tt) Um       .. ��� :
of ite* .
It..   flr>| little,     '
 .11 tha **��'! a.- . ,;
bs b< M at ihe Ihi '��^
rlty on  W. V
v  .   . . 1, al tbe fan
noon
Any   pereon   Intandli
agalniif the .   t       ���
writing to he .IH wfUl  ' "k
at  1. .1 kt  in-. 0   lajn
sitting of the .
to   \  DUN !AN,
(1-.   l>rl
City Hall   Iptfl 7
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
r.
THE DAILY Nl.  Wb
Westminster'1 H01-. Pjp����-
NAVY SCARE UNJUSTIFIED,
F1SDINU UF (.UMM1.S1UN
Lord Charl.s  Bere->ford'i  Arraignment
of  British  Fleet  Unwarranted.
According  to  Committee.
London, May 1 -It i. reported bare
today thru ther.- ii a division of ohttl-
ion of the memheri of the secre. naval committee that has Ik-i-u Investl-
gating the charges brought by Admiral
Beresford that th,. British navy ia in
an Inefficient condition, and unpre*
pared for war. On reliable authority
it le learned, however, that the findings of the commi.ston have proved
the charges to be unwarranted.
II. re.ford's charges created connter-
iiiillon in naval ctrck*. and as a result
tii.. commission of t-xpert. was nameu
10 inspect the vessels of the royal
navy.      Its report is eagerly awiilti .
Grain Shipments Will Be Made
Via Pacific Coast in Future
Winnipeg   May  1-  Ths grain crop  meni or between    .0,000,000 _n,i
ol   Libert- and Saskatchewan will t,.- 000,000 bushels   of   grain    ovoi  '���������..-
iblpped to Kurope via Vancouvei here- Rocky mountitlni ssob >.-nr.     Pan of
after instead of through ixirt.x of thelthls grain wiii be seni acrosi ths i*1'"-
! Atlantic sf-aiKiard according to a de-lmui ..; Panama, and the i-.-t around
i.ii-iiiii made at b meeting of Canadian  Cape Horn.
'Pai'lflr:  Railway oflicials today,   when      Manitoba's   10 10,000   bUSbel   crop
ll was -fetti.-d ibat this policy ihould will  reach  E^nropa  via  Montreal and
pursued.      Tills    menus 'li.   slilp-' N.w  York ;���.. Iietetofore.
STRIKE CLASH ENDS
IN DEATH OF ONE MAN
Abattoir Employee, Draw Entire Town
Into Labor Trouble���Street Car
Traffic Paralyied.
tltude of tha workmen, n large detach
menl of police, armed with oarbin..
an-i revolvers, wus Htiiuoned in the
��� '..-. ��� :it,d public places to
prevent fee manlfestaats trom car
Irying < m their plans, it iH possible
Hi.V a tats of Mega may bo pro-
claim..1.
ChMled   Meat   Scheme.
Ottawa,    May 4. ��� it is unoerotood
that the report of the eominlivloii Up-
oti chilled meat and Rs exportation
will file it reporl advising the estab
llshment of large oeni-ral 1 '"
uiiiiivoiis feeders, refrigerator cara
and ctilit storage depots at prlnclpn
ports, The scheme, as outlined, w 11
coi-i  15,000,000.
Buenos Aires, May 4.���A collision
occuwed yesterdn*. in the vicinity or
'li" sbbatoln   between   tbi strftln
HID   HIS   LOOT
IN   WOODEN   LEO
MAIL   DYNAMITE   TO
TOWN IN  NOVA SCOTIA
ll'it*'      do M.r.    I      Tw!. ,.  with ti
ths last two weeks a pact age contain
iv .I 1. > ��� am v * stamped and
iddiwssod to a town in Nova Bootia,
Canada, hai- ��� ��� a dropps 1 into ttn-
package chnts ..f tbe local poktofloe
Ths Brsl Instanos happened nearly
two we. ks _iso, and the lecond MW
Batnrda. Tho poetofltos oitiri:u��.
h i|iing to cipiin.. m.. gnUtj partlea,
ii iv��. k-p! the matter s socrst     No
I   eW     llHS    Vet    bOOO    01)1 il III I'd ,    llOWCVlfl'.
:V
wueen�� park;   i    M    P   a    n   Ilgei
���n Bspperton.
June '1 I'lgern vi. Lions al BapP I
ton, ileini r�� ra Y. M IV I ui
QneOB'l  park
June    io    \}Ki-,n    VH     Baavoi      at
Queeo'i park; Jf. M. _.. A   re.)   wj   Mrll.r,0jl.
at Bappsi!___.
June 17    ii.avera vs. Uoim at   iaie | D. J. MoQuarris, U����*l ^><s-'^t:r-
mln lei '��� m' *
ill
II  10 p in
Cnni have N< B
couver  .i- :>1 ''re,t "
hour __^^^^^H���� p'"
Buffalo, May I.���Thi   watchfulness
of Capta n GllUgan, of ill. Uiird pre-
' Is Cl       .lay   pr.-v-itited   the   relet..,,  or
Arthur   I'IiIIIIjih,    g  oneiegg,-ii     mail
employees and a number of nun wi .1     ,.. wm'iirmI^I^-tuTtbeft of
1;'" refuied to lake pan m tha sin,, "    of i llvonrare from a Prank J
One man was killed and sevoral wen    " ""*"""' *"         M ""'   	
wounded
house, hut th.- poll.-.
Lever Brother* Toronto, will mid you
fire    i   cakl   '���(    Iluir    (atnOHS   Plantol
i nl.-1  map, il  you mention ilm. |��i*r.
Junior Baseball
Following li ths Schedule of game.
In tho Junior Btsshall |e��_,,ie 'hla
season, the fin.! named being ths boms
team In each rase:
May  ��--Beaver..  VH.   ijoiw  at   Kup
penon, Tigers vs   Y. M. V. A. at Saj>
pertOII
l��-noii;   TlgOTS    vs    Y.   M     P.   ,      nt
Sapperton
Jun.- 21 L|,m, vs. Tlg.r. at Hap-
Pftftoa; Y M I' A vs. Beavcru, at
Happerton.
Jun��     28���Beavers     va      Tlger��  at
Queen'apark,  Lions vs. Y.  M    P.  A
, nt   Sapperton.
    Wtltrnintti-r.
Grtlt   Northern   RSlNSJ'.
��� Lv. N.W   . . Ir, .. m. SI   *������'���'\* '-D'-
Lv. nw. i  I6p.m.jsf.testdsl0j��j
Lv. N.W, IS:10 ai'' . ���<  B*Mt"
Railway Time Tables
i   '"'��� . W   I p.m.
MIL?.BeaHleI 10 s.m   n  'N "'    j u
Lv.   Seal11" I M  i"n     ''   s
,hl        '   ai-' were practically oui
of service   . .'.-idiiv nnd all the sti i
1,1   ""   ci iiiai  districts wi.,. clog-d
'���' ' 'nse.uence of th�� threatening ..
. wen
'.. locate thi loot  sad  bti re
���" dl charge iii rn.   Ollllgan I
��1   at tho wooden leg and Ordered I
In   to remove it.   The jag v.a. noi-1
'������  iv i   n Idi   waa found the silver-1
war... i
May
11���Lion.   vs.
Tig
'Tl,    1
it  Sap-
iierloii;
V.   M.   P    A
vs
Beavers al
Sapperton,
May
80���-Boa von
VS.
���1 Uf
���is     al
ijiK^n':
i pnrk. Lions ���
if    Y
M
IV   A
it  Bapporton.
May
27���Lions
VS-.
I'.e.lV'
eri    nl
B. C. E. R. Waatmlnster Branch.
Week Day Boheoule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
mlniter at fii-0, 1:10, 7;.0 and KOu
am, nud ove.y half hour thereafter
until  lllN  Jim
Cars leavo New Westminster for Van
couver .it SliO, 6:20, <��:j.0, 7 20 nnd
1:00 �� DO., and ev.ry half hour Ihore
after  until   1I;00 p in.
Sjnday Schedule.
Can leave Vain on ver  for New  West
p.m U
Lv. Beanie  11:10 p m ; ���
a.m.
r   N.W.
6:20
Tiiffi
Q   N, H��� ron Qulchon-
UavesNsw Wssthwutor *
d.y.tl0a,n,n-.nrn..'; ;1,
city.     Lsavss Thuf��l��   IP* ,
rivn. inil-y  Krl*li.vS.i^       n(i(,
rridsy ��t ��t��0 i""' Birlvl
Sal unlay Sl B am ._, on
Loavei Port 'i'"'1'"'  'rni|lV  md
Tuesrlny,   6:80   am   *'*' JJ _, ,.lir.
6:SO nm Bttnrdsj     n        rrlllliy.
0uIohOB t 9Mn nmrsdsy ���� ,    WED*
ESDAY,
MAY b, 1909.
THE   DAILY   _>rEWS.
PAOE THREE.
0jWm ��QQD^Thej^urTEmt is Different
p_on Used In Your Horn. v_. ? Yqu sho... Start
v.ai_D<m't put off ^ingThisWonderful New Flour
���
l.i	
."'
���
ROBIN  HOOD
-.
���    a
:
ROBIN  HOOD   '
.    '
LOAF   YOUR   HUSBAND    I LDREN
EAT,
.1. ROBIN H
..      II
....
' ROBIN   HOOD  ���
.
I   .   dill   ���
���
v. < *l.n
I ���
ROBIN    HOOD
IT    IS    THL    f   v
YOU   YOURSELF    CAN
���
Indians lo he.
Treaty Money
.  from  Page One.)
;���
ROBIN   HOOD
L
-Kul'.IN HOOD IliirK" is the Flour That is Making
a-vy .ition in Western Canada, All Over the West it is
Being Talked About. The Question Neighbors Are
Asking Today is:   "Are You Using That New Robin
Hood Flour?"
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
a ��� .  _ partnre.   11 is
��� ;    ..       mere   will   :>e   any
��� iver beta* a wees
.;    i   v   ij *u.
��� ���
eak_ng
a-   OU '<���   I'.I
- j
by Canoe and Overland.
v ��� ���
���  i_   be Mai K.i nz .
.  -. ani
; adi
-* n. i
���
It will bi
__   g    ���  m er  be-
i. iinoi.ion.
Do te an
imi '.li   ' on
It,:      V...        _.
iidians  Not  Starving.
, . .     . ��� .
dif!"-r. .-, . -
ime
���
and are
li
���      ��� ���   tfv
Indians   hi
I
v ��� .
Pl
.   ��� ���
BARLEY BREAD
RELIEVES   INDIGESTION
O
o
:
e
'I ills..II   .
-   an Kv m ling
-   - ���1 have ���  en   ���    '
Bread  regular!
���   iltllS.
I     id    loni-    | e--.n
on and i ompeiieo
..: t..   re-
Bini c  using  Barley  Bread  I  find   I unary   to  v. the
bai   iii.-i;   ....        i
-iy appreciate the cbangi
1 be bread li   ���
the    vi-t.. and the    loaf keeps
moil   B long time       Your '
.1   A   DAKKUW.
This Ba' ey Flour hn l-a_ ten per cent, of the starch changec
g'.p- sugar _y germinating ihe barley���that is why the bread is
ea.i y digested.
WE  GUARANTEE  THIS   FLOUR.
Ail-  your grocer for 10 ib. trial   sack���rec pes  for     bread.   ICOm
:.-,_f.. muffins, In each sack
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
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li
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ii
o
ii
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++++++++++++ ����<������������ 4r+++++++++4r++4)+++++++++++++++++4^
are
itched.
Van-ouver,
i la B. C.
al]
��� ��� .
a and
E rail
RITE WAR OVER UN
SEATTLE-VICTORIA REN
Beef, Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection'gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
F_ee��   Go   Up   This   Morning   on   Beth
C. P. R. and Internat onal Stean-
��� h.p Co.'s  Boats.
B- ������ lie    Ua)   4     Beginning
run   tin-ruin.;   the   present  rate  ol   -a i
oanta   .-ach  way.  3.   c-nts  return, on
'. lCtorU run  wlll _<, discontinued
>*h -au-aanship companies.      Lhla
a. been tn til. it since la.t FV--
da.    but   tomorrow   the   Int.rnatioiU-
Btoaotahip Company, it !_ understood.
SI      bargi   |t._fl eni h way. or $2 for
���> ind  trip      It U reported that
("anadlar.   Pacific   will   return   IO
Ii ��� :ih :     Ite of $1 "tie way, or 1 I ���"'
Brn.     The rumor Is that th-s.  : Iti ���
itaad lor lome t:m-
i.fficiais ot both oompaalea oen.
, -.er ha been an. onderatandlng
���:.- mattei
rhe  rumor    on-ina.    from  \ w toria
. that thi  Ami rtoan sti um  i Cl     ���'���*������
I and IroqOOij had been oflert-d tor sale
-.. ti-.- Canaflisa Padfii hai ���
ally denied b) official, of the luierna-
Uonaj Steamship Company.
u
r.
Ti..-
.ays a?
I:   I
P '
way
m.���Strawberry   Hiil.     Tim-
ind   and  South   Westmlm er,   by
.   -.er (Tuesday and Friday).
Bast Burnaby, by courier
.   4   |..m.���Burquitlam,   by   courier.
2:00 p.m.���ladner, Port t; ivbon,
Westham Islam! and Sunbury, daiiy
<-x<-ept Sunday: Woodward. Tuesday.
Thursday and Sa'urday, via 'J C
Broee (Steveston mail rle��p&tched
and   received   via  Vancouver.)
2 .10 pm.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G   NV R. north.
4.00 Vancouver and Barnabj lake,
via B. C. Electric railway. Sat.rday
an extra mail is despatched to Victoria via Vancouver at this hour
B'.aine and  Seattle,  Including _I] U#
S. point* east and souih, via G   N. R
"Flyer."
2:30 p.m.���C. P. R east, Sapperton.
and Fraser MBls.
Mails  Received.
6:45 a.m���Blaine snd Seattle, in
eluding _U U. S. polau, via G. N. R.
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hiil,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and I except
Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C Elec
trie railway.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by  courier.
3:.0 p.m.���Bialne and Seattle, in-
cludln. all O. .. points; also ail points
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier, i
9:30 am���Vancouver and  Victoria.:
via G. N   R.
10:00  to   11:00  a.m.���Ladner.   Port
Guichon. Westham Island and (Tuesday.  Thursday  and Saturday)   Wood- j
ward, via steamer FavoOrite.  (Steveston despatched and received via Van-
is ring ��� f guni   -nahreUas, I    ���
writers, and 'itht automatic   tnacMn-
: laity,
Alex. Speck
Columbia   St.
Man on  tl      When
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayera A Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of S'xth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
Carpenters'  Strike   in   Regma.
Regina   m.i    I     \    tithe ol    8 cai
pen:.   -   ���       ���;���������_.on   tttv  conti        ol
!'���������     Lyall A; Sc_s on Uie legislative
bulidlngi  here  took   pia<v  yesterday.
Th,. in-1   ��-nt   out because   the. ;���
ie��;..,i thai ths contractors were tnr'.ng
others  foi   less  than  the    prevailing
�� i��t>     Tli.- contrac(ori deny that thej   couver.)
hav,- an)    Intention of    patting low-      .23.
priced men on the work, howpver, aud
it   i- expected thai  the Strikers fill
reeuthe work. ,am
  j     1:00 pm ���Vancouver, Central Pari
'. and Fraier Ann.
f.OO om���Sumas   an-1 S.s��!-..   ' 1-
to   1   p.m.���C.   P
Sapperton, Fraser MMb and
R.   east, 1
Coquit-
TAFT TO  SETTLE
CABINET DIFPERENCES.
Waahtagton, May ..���Clashing over
th.- ber-t  pollcj   to be 1'Ut.ii-d in the i
,conduct of tli.- general iand offlet-. S_c- |
r��-tiiry   llalling-r.   of   the   Interior   d��- i Mill-
part-Beat, snd Becretarjr Wilson, ef the ! �����_
departmenl    of   agriculture, declared I
w.ir today and finally  placed their dl  1
feroaoBS in   ih.- beads ot    Pn sidem |
T.if;   for settlement,
eluding all U. S. poin-'. and _*!_*- between Huntingdon and New Westminster, via C. P. R. south:  also Fraier
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
Mail Service
New Spring Goods for Spring Cleaning
kAes and Gentlemen
A  U��':''il  Hi...   of   material     for!
1 n_u. cuaiume, anj auutngs ha*
Intvd.
*"'hD_
l*mi\
- a perli-ct fit and ��.oo_
\     BtSSetl 9     Carpet   Sweeper
I, �� grr-t help    to the housewife In  _.prl_l cl<'..nlng  time.
We BlM have Jap-a-lac. Bap-u
lae.    Uqnlii   Veneer,    etc..  for
brlghienln��  up    the    rarnltura
Call In hd.1 inspect our Block.
WING  YUENTJTRApp&C0.
^*0|an   n..    ....    .     _ _. i	
Cc|u
l|ln9 On  wo 4 Co.  Block,
lmb'��   and   Melnnes   Sts.
i���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvou and Tenth*
g��� Royal Avenue and Eighth.
!�����Fifth Avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's  Hospital.
13���Second  and  Park  Row.
14���Columbia and Dulferin.
15��� 8apperton
It*���Royal  Columbian hospital.
23���Queen's  Avenue nnd  Sixth.
24���Third Avenue and Second.
2.".���Fifth Avenue and Fou-th.
36��� Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
27���Third Avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
14   Sehaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKemie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small *  Bueklia Mil .
���oeeeeooeoeeeeeeeeeooooooo
This is the
Opportunity
Look over Henry's catalogue
and  make out your order for
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds ���
Trees, Plant*. Bee Supplies, etc.
No windy agents to annoy you.
No damage from fuir.igaion. No
delay.- of customs.
YOU     PRESS THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO THE   REST.
HENRY'S
Nurseries:
Offices.  Greenhousea  and  Seed
houses. 3010 Westminster Road.
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery.
South Vancouver.
i
oooeoooooooooooooooooooooo
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Keriand
���O   Yf ART
���X. BRIKNCI
Phi,
'tie ", I
P. () Box .���..'>..
Summer Goods
km, ,_U" ARR,V��-
,n!>  '   '""   "--"-rial   you   wnut    for
''        I'Tfect  fit guar
1^ BBtSsd.
V1? CHUNG
'.o.B*JJphant Tailor
***> New Wiatmlnatsr.
11'"' '' Windsor Hotel.
Easter.rook Milling Company,
Eturnc.   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel        $6.50   -      ��
Terminal   * $5-00   -     ,��
ea   __ ���     P   r~   Kl.OUR AND FKED MERCHANTS.
McQuarrie & to.
FRONT STt-ET. *'         *
New Waetmtnater.
Telephone SU.
Following are the hours <*f despatch
and arrival ot maili at the New Westminster post office, the hour given In
each ca��e being the hou- of closng,
which Is half an hour, ha a rule, ire-
lore the iotu.1 despartcb. All mails,
unlet. otb>i��i-e itated, nt* despatched and received daily except Sunday
The only mail* dispatched and received Sunday are tbe C. P. R. ���outh
and C P. K. eait mails, not Including
:be way maili, Sapperton, Fraser
Mil,a and Coquitlam.
Mai I a Da-.apatcr.ed.
t. uu a.m.   'closed at eleven o .!___
the   previoua   eight)���Vancouver    via
U. N. R.    Owl.'  Victoria except Wednesday.
8:30 aui.--Vancouver via B. C. Elec-
I trio railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all V.
; S. Points e��-t and south, and points
1 between   New Wnstmlnster and Hunt-
Imlon,  Bt',  via C. P.  R.  south.    Co-
��� qultlam. Sapperton and Fraaer Mills.
S: 30 a.m.���Blaine  and   Seattle,    ln-
1 eluding all 0 S. points east and south;
also all points between New We-tmtn-
i stor ami Blaine, eia Q, N. R. %
Note,���Cloverdale aad district  (Clo-
jver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin. Alluvia   and   Kensington   Prairie)    Hsuel-
niere,   Port   Kolls,   Hall's  Prairie  and
I Nicomekl dsSpatchsd dally except on
I, Sunday;   Clayton,  Monday,   Tuesday, I MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the publicjPiy
(Thursday   and   Saturday;     Tynehead      through the columns of THE DAILY
and Bon Accord. Wednesday and Sat-!    NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
Lea>. Langley at 8 IK) a.m.; arrive
at Port Haney at 8:13 a.m. arrive at
McAdam Landing at 8:30 a.m.; ai-
rlv-e at Hammond at 8:40 u m ; arrive
at Port Kells at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10:30 au.
Leave New Westminster at 4:00 P-
m.; arrive nt Port Kells at '��� :.0 ptu ;
arrive st Hammond at 6.U0 pm; arrive at McAdams Iandint; at 61. p.m.;
arrive Bt Port Haney at 0:35 p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leavlrig B. A K. Wharf, daily ex
cept Saturday
Traoc Manas
Ocotewe
ConnraMTs Ac
A ti t one ������ndtat a aketeb and Sseertfttoa aw
ialcnir ��Kvruni <.nr oalnlon fre��_wh��iticr u
Intent.B HprobtMr
lloimtnotlT roBldentUL ..
lllde���� ��fwc' foi
SftcilUn.'tUr,
tent (roe.
.-.tend Uki
���omuaulcft.
on 1-U...U
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t**elin
nt *k<"i . tot Mrurtnaiwl*
���a thr.uuh Mann A *5k r.
witb.)atcftanra,lBtEil
Scteetific Jftmrkan.
.BaaJsoaielT lllusimtud w����ljr.  Ui��...t in-
Uitl. n  >f ��iy ��101.tine JuaroM.    Tamil lur
_i.��.i�� *.!.:.'. k y����r, puM��ac prepalj.    Sold lii
all P��,-.-l.t.!t'ra..
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S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the st-an_r
Tranafer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and way porta. Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND  9ATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham Island
every week day morning, except Friday, at "a in . and Ladner 7 45 am.
Friday leaves WeBtharn Island 6 a.m.
and I.idner at G:43 a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaviiiR New Westminster at .3 a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
Kor freight and passenger rate, ap
to
ROBERT JARDINE.
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The Daily News
Ptthllshed by The Dally News Publishing Company, Lii lit. d, at their offices.
The Vii.- News Block, corner of .Mc-
Ki:. v.. torls itrei I
__, A. Paloa Managing  Director
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. 1909.
SAVING  THt  CITY.
\Y_ !   :u i-i ���   Vi -i ���
mon. ���   taken ;i firm nnd d< t.
���. I ui regard to :
.v... ind ..vim ie of Inai ti
played Great NOrtl    .. Railway
oompan*   .-,������< ing  I      ...
gei ,i the Bros bo i-   I n
ly can ed       ' ��� ���   faulty lo
time after time b
old  ���     ���:
on Fi  ���
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Hv-a :.     .
safel
ili.i; . tfle fin
...... il.. " ���     .
.
gratlon en    In-
atii as aa   to ti -   .    as  i
��� ��� i .. ��� .. i, i. ���.- . ��� ;i :.,_de to
the rallwa. officials, both locali. and
at the '"-ad oihct- iu .St. Paul, but without the Bilghthst attention being pa;d
thereto, in fact u.. believe that not
.0 much as tne courtesy of an acknowledgment ha. been rononsatea
to the council by the officials of tne
company to urgent  te.egranis.
The policy o; this corporation appears to have btcome one of utter dl*-
v ...rd for tne rights of the public,
w_e._e claims and convenience are
treated w.ta a_.aolute Indifference, n
no-, with disdain. Though th..- company
hae been approached many timea oa
the subject of the railway ��.ation U__.
is 6*rppo--.d to serve the needs of thla
city, that railway apology for railway
accOTiUiodation remains jum as it always was* tne settlers and residents
of central Surrey have been put to the
greatest Inconvenience and loss by
the cancellation of tha train schedule
on the oid line to BiaJne, and tbe mail
service seriously interrupted; the
track and it. adjuncts within the city
boundar.es remains in the tame state
of disrepair year alter year; and now
we have cast upon us t.e very grave
risk of a destructive conflagration ...
th. use of locomotives not fitt-d with
spark arrester.-, as we Relieve they
are required to be under the Railway
Act. But beyond tbe city no slight
danger i_ being caused . - the bush adjacent to the G.N.R. line in Burnaby
municipality by daily outbreaks oi
fire along tht track. Several time-
lately large areas of bracken have
been fired by locomouve sparks, pllei
of cordwood destroyed and Other da;
age done.
It is altogether time therefore that
_ome strong steps wer. taken to awa,;
e.n this apathetic railway c-ompany to
a sense of its duties and r��.-��pon-ii.ili-
ties. JThe determination cl_liosaod '.>,
Mayor Keary and Aldermen Gray so :
Jardine of taking the matter into tfieir
hands and stopping tii..- traffic on th
G.N.R. line is certainly none too strong
a course to adopt srhi . tbe oomi
has bo repeatedly ignored ai) attOfl , -.
to secure their attention to tbe prw
ent stats of thing.-. We feel confident
tha; in any such action '.'������ Mayor
and his colleagues will I.i... the hearty
and unite 1 support of the cidaens. The
fi i ..ng of the whole community upon
tbi matter is Indeed so strong tnat
it will r.-'iuire very little more of UUa
show of unoot). rn on the part of the
railway compan,. to induoe the ClU
zenB to resort i . oi u u :. ��� tl i ��� m
.���:ii asnre a    the    i ..ring  up    of    tne
" r-.h. In fa.i l< srmlned action of
this kind would leem -o be the onlj
way in which to ..vug thla corporation to a proper understanding of its
posl ton.
h,�� had  no knowledge whatever .is  to
how or  by whom the hols  I
made,  nor did  ho aee anyone,  otfiei
than his fellow prlsOueri on thj	
:k of tin  fence    Again, tli,   ,\\ !���
. :  -hc various officials called, shi
that the hole had been made bj
of   Me   t'tcaping   prlsoneri   snd
tlie   1'i.aru.-   act..-.!   with   all     po
tliude in following np the fl ���
convicts  in order  to    secure
facts taken in conjunction n ll
those made public at the recent hi
ing of the Ma-Intyre-liourk,   libel i '
have  quite  knocked  the  wind out  ol
the  taa-.ls of J. D. Tayl ir,   ,\1 1'
������< ii .- iff. ring io ��� ad j v..ni tfn
eritis.
"GET THE  HABIT'
Flower Pots
(SPECIAL   TODAY)
3 forSc, 2 for 5c,
each, 10c each.
The Pair
646 Columbia Street
and
Insure Your Property.
I, your home inaur.d?    la your furniture  Inlur.d?       II  you arc ,,
protect you  in case of Ion by fire'      The hot weather M. II  soon  be |
You  will   pombly  argue  that  you are ��o car-ful that there || no  _,,   ,.
. thirwlse.     For the imjll amount it  \iktt to inaur. no one should   ..    ,,
I  repreaent one 0f the strongeat companies in the world���the o! .   .,
DON   AND  GLOBE.    Inaiirc  you'   propsrty and do away with  worry
it doean't matter how small that may be.
J. J. JOMNST
i.h to
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Dupont  Block. Colti-      . reel
1MB .
Insure  your property   In  companies  th.it  pl)   their lossel prompt'y   Bl
ing are copies of letters in reipact of aoTr recent cUimj n-ade upon ut     ->vw ng    that our
CO" ; .imes   pay
P'.
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I , of the appreciation ol
. |   ��� We wil! <
new ��� on any
tin,. given
v-      falthfu
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tfessra   Whi     BhUi    ft Co tinn  to ���     " '
New Westminster  B  C.:
Gentlemen,���Herewith find reo v I ��� -]- "'-  '
by me through the lire sl my bottte on Sixth    ������ i   ��� on \;.nl -
���hanks      Also kindly write I  additional a     i "''
th.- h<-  -������
Your,   tru y,
v.-'i       W   J   -SMITH
M-- rs  '.'. .--    -    4; cn,~~ Bonsahy l-ike. Bepi   I,
N-w Weatmlnstor, B  C
Gentlemi       I   beic to acknowledge rec-ipt  of your chi-que   $:	
full seiilenient of my claim und,T the Culiaomlrill  Fir.   I'o .   poll  ���
rn.. .1 welling and .--intents, burned August   '.'-���.h        l'le.-im- acop:   n..
for your prom;.:  and satisfactory settlement of this claim.
Vour.* truly,
(tttgbctf) oboboi wtnaa clai ivn
U    r. ; resent tbe following old a:.d relliMe cmjuinlea:
HARTFORD, INCORPORATED   1810. ASSETS    %21.411.4.7.0b
CONNECTICUT,   INCOR.     RATED   1860. ASSETS   .   .         7,000,00000
PHOENIX,   INCORPORATED   1853,   ASSETS      9 101.10/00
NSURANCE  COMPANY  OF   NORTH AMERICA.  INCOR
UPRATED   1794        ASSETS  . . .^    13,016.911-36
Th.K,. cKi.panie. \::i."m'-Z.~r'ii.H.dT"for dollar���In ever,   greai fire slnos
their   ncorporatlon.
-. ���.   i
ALL THE NEWEST .STYLES
IN
Men1
Yeddows, Tuscaii, Brazilians
and Rustics.   Linen Hals all
shapes,
Children's   White,   Blue   and   Fancy   Collon   I
Boys'  Red,  White nnd Mottled Hats.
lata,
eoeee��eooe��ooseee��oo��e��>oe����e��������e����e��������**������^
PHILLIPS
THK WARDROBE CLOTHIER
GROCERIE!
B C cream
Bl   <'_arl���� cream   larre
_>r��.-y .*. ��������:.._     *:
Milk (Blue RII   on),
AM ���-'<-1    v
1 for	
-���..I
THE   MINER   STORY.
The evidence .vlvanced at ihe trial
<>i the prisoner Clarke, before Judge
Howay yesterday made quit., plain Uie
fact' that the allegations no ropeatedlj
put forth in the Columbian and elso
where tha. the escaps of Bil] Miner
.'.'. mad., possible by collusion and
outside assistance arP utterly groundless. The evidence given by the prisoner himself w;lh to the efleel that
ie escsiped through a hole in the fence
which he discovered by accident, and
found Minor on the other side, two
other prisoners having already sealed
the omer fence by a ladder, and 'hai
THE FRASER
VALLEY
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BUTTER.   EGGS,  md   NO   1    PC
TOES AT  LOWEST PI
ff
Maxim
FOR MEN.
Prices $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00
A FINE SHOE THAT ANY   MAN WOULD BE PROUD TO WEAR.
The   Femina Shoe
FOR WOMEN.
Prices $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
MADE IN PATENTS, 0XBL00DS. VICI KID, GUN  METAL, TANS. ETC. A SHOE EQUAL TO MANY
$4.00 AND $..00 MAKES.
*++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
The Store for Medium-Priced Shoes
Adams&Deans
o-eoooeeeeeeeeeeooeoeooooee ooooooo*vooooeeeeeee*��e����**
I Plumbing Plumbing j|
Plumbing
LAWN   MOWERS LAWS   M0WEHS
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New WcslmlnsUr |
sooo^oeoeoe owe soooooooooooooo***
k.kkk+4
FRIDAY, MAY 7
Alex. Speck
THE   BICYCLE   MAN
SPORTING GOODS,  REPAIRS.
_______ ___________P9   i
MERRIEST  OF  ALL  MUSICAL  FAN
TA8IES.
Ihe Gingerbread fun
Yum, Yum, it's great     Ygm, y_    , It'a j
great.
Suty-two In the inaulil.-iiH 0OI    any
Including  SUCb   w*ll  kii����u  arti    h  an,
j RoSj Snow. Fred J. Mc��  M.iurl,    llol- [
'<|eii,   (Jiirrl.k   Mnjor,   l.uie   \ roliiimin.
, Kay 1 ton tori. A<l.-le Ariln i, Rosa Mur
rn.. Bleaaor Wsring, and others, with
|a vaHt concourse of boantlful   show j
flglrls snd bewitching obortstsrs   Boeo-jlf you went ,rcorc-on
fjery. eo -tiiueH and -.liHttrlriil eff.-ctg of  can obtain them  n
tbo BttDOtt splendor.     * ment
A       MULTITUDE     OF     EMPHATIC
SONG   HITS
whittled "nd huuiined everywhere   III I
I you  vvi'r  bear "John   Doe,"  "Mazl--."
("Heaiitlful iMtiti nt Hon Hon,' "Moon,
I Moon, Moon." "QOSOB of My DFMIBg," _w|-  .ucTIONCERS
'.tc?     They will lliig-r In your mom
' ��>..���. S~:���'���-
d�� y0"
othir dfPjrt'
ALEX   SPECK.
Cook & Ross
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster,'B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
om  <��� lebreted  Cretml  Brown  tod
_-l   llailey  lire.a.1 Is In  great  d-maml.   Al- j HORSE
....., i   and   once   u o i sis i
| rVS   in   d       Our    I .il.v.    tnd    COOktM    are
H The Model Bakery
COR. FOURTH AVE. & SECOND ST
A medley of Mlrtb, M.-lody an.l Mag
nlflosneo.
' 323 Front  St., Opp'"1"'
uarkt. n��*��
phone
IT  PAYS TO
ADVERTISE
i:
THE
Weatmln*1e'''���
NEWS V.EDS
ESDAY. MAY 5,  190-.
THE  DAILY  KF.WS.
PAGE FlVbl.
5:
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FOB ROyAU
w0BCESTER
CORSETS
T. H. Smith
SOLE   At_��NTS
FOR
BON   TON
CORSETS
Sample Coats
AT EXCEPTIONAL PRICES.
^^______________H_I---H-H i-'ii-'
(ATS.
The keynote of this offering ex.
v design that app< .,:ir.
Of   'ir- 38.
and pace about them thai
��� tailoring Ia perfect,
ed.   A coat out cf the onl ���   ���
ateriak   Theregula I  ���
$10.7.., 112.50 and 115.00.
,! dear thrin out at one price        ��� ly:
$9.oo
'   - 'Jrt������
Cotton Wash Goods
BUYING   INDUCEMENTS.
Thi   snip, snip Of thi   SetSsors   tn*
' lbs -''wine mac!,In.   _| beard
��� ��� bold    Th.        . -��� wina
>���- ������ r,   la  h-re,  and   ���'.:���.
.
��� ftiy  aim, . liar
1  ���   oaetol  it-    idapta
*������ k .    .-
'���'-������
Jfnni  !"������   1 r.gllab
,   .1 .-.I     ... lv.       ...    ���    and
-_-_-_____���>_��   .turd   . 10c
,nd Bpeeked '��������� chani
I .. ri>. j ��� r  . ..*_   . . -12 12c
A Real Snap in
White Bedspreads
Thirty-nine White -"ringed Honeycomb Dadlpissatt DlSBUs bed site; a
r��*l di-p.-nda: 1* <ju 111 in every way can
b. had thi. week for. each $1.25
Stupendous Values
in White Cambric
... ,.,-.-. aids r.-imbric.
fl finish, 8 1 to 1*��r tiM. --
1,   |..r ��,cw
36-Inch Victoria
Lawns 9 Yd.
0 yards of no to to Infill   ����*���
aii!,.  Victoria   LaWS     Ij* '���' :1 '
���;���      Suitable  for drean.-..  tpfOOS
��� V'   ta   p.r   yard,  or   1-   t**4tM
 tl.OO
A Snap in Navy
and Black
Cheviot Serge
Regular $1 00  qua!"'   I ���<  75��
per yard. Two pteOM ���"��������� ol ���****
euper Cheviot Serge, ful' H-inc- w'de:
colors   navy and bUc.  I B sals
wrvk per y.-i-d        7-c
A Drive in White
Turkish Towels
AT 45c PER PAIR.
100  dozen  White  Headed   Turkisn
Towels, itss M bj  :     BploadM, dura-
bll quality.    On sale at. POT vatr.  *5c
All our Boys' Sweater, are on sal*
���,U wvek. all SUM. Reitular H--
.allies  for   ���5c
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Readyto-Wear
City News
SEE
HH _  ..     p    .        ...   THE   NEW  GOODS   ARRIVING  DAILY AT THE BIG FURNITURE STOR..
*"      ' be city yoster*.     WE DEFY coaPET,TICN.     0NLY      ,R6TCLASS    G00DS    ,���    ST0.^
i tor tt   tardea at Tilly's,
^_H
CALL  AT
1    John   Ball of   the   municipal
COU! i    in   tlie  city
I las CUI flow.rt aiid
work,      telephoni
Davl      ���,       house, B208. "
.   ....   .. ... .
| ��� . weekly    run
-...',   .i .i ...  .
rt|.. ���
i pei   ! and s<
c,n,  R. S;��ec 1     ;   ipp bl ������ k
...
< lab - ��� ..v.-n-
i at
v'     I i        irint, this i ionth.
W.  E.   FALES
House Furnisher and Undertaker
70-74 Acnes Street, opposite Library.
ll :.'
_^___^___\lmt>  examination
A me. iag of th..  Joint  ad
eft]
���    '
S cam-
���
fri- ...
I   -
Th. na Frank O'Neill, i
ed oo   Mon. the
li.Ua        .   ���
Arista
II. Ij official meeting of tne
.
��� ..-..   -a ��� n  reports sad
flnan-'i.ii
be discussed
Owing    . Hi.,,
footba
-
Lad���      '      . ���
the I
... 1
...
I i,. ��� n ef-
���   ������ ��� ���   i
on it   MooOy
Rovei
1)0
ta to wl
������
Hiss   A.     Nl.  '���.-'. .
��� .... in College who
was tak-n ill a couple of weeks 'KO
and .:.'��� then bs een confined to
a Colombian hospital i reported improving. ��� * she rnay
not be able to leave the hoppita; for
i-ome weeka.     On account of the bnal
a-  the coll
.    j tnopport ine,
cturea
��� k  gives  the echoo)        extra
end it  lm ��� ii. found
��� ���
Homesteadinq Drops Off.
v       t    There     .*' ��� ..    . '���
��� ids,    t.wo    pure! .��� i
r ��� . i   al
tb..  Regina   ! i:i I  Office  .luring     \     I
(red wltb 102 homesi
the '���   ���������   ' ndlng nion'li laat yea-
ESTABLISHED,
891.
INCORPORATED
1905.
1 be Q.l.ing buuines. on the rive, is j
very   qule.   at   present,   onl\   a      i_:,
run of .-print;  sajn.on occupying tbe I
attention of   tbe   fishermen, and no J,
changi   Is expected foi .<���  .
R J. Watson. Umber adviser for tne
province to the Dominion government,
_ta-.i<'!-e_ at Revelstoke, Ib :n the city
ln oonsulta-'on wkb Crown limber
A. James  Leamy.
Just arrived, a carload of Kov.n
ll.. ! ."lour. Kull asuortm-nt of s*-s.
24. t��, n, now m stock. Hale _ro6.
A Co.. Ltd. ������
Tl C P R ��ork train was engaged
laat night in dumping rock along me
r i :. r__.( emuaaament, accorumg
to a promise recently made to th.. 111
'to t. . in this nap under the trestle
work.
I     _,
T..- plessantasi ���*;t. -o spend Batui
da) aft.-rnoon Is to lake _ river trip
to Steveston and back. The Si*
Trsi ��� - saves Braekn an-i\ r whan
'at : p.in. every Batarday, raturni-g
Ban evening Kar. one dollai
-..tinn round ������������
Harry T.   Ceperley, of   Vancouver,
appliee to the ��ater commissioner for
B record    of    a cub:c    foot  lrom  the
bi ...iii connecting iver and Burnaby
'.aktM. for   domestic and    agrieu.'
purposes
Mr- Bilaa Paddr, accompanied by
btr daughter. Mi-_ Wythe Fader, sad
Harold .uui Carroll, have ar-
���.'.. .1 from Toronto to Join her husband. They Will probably take up
���.heir residence in this city.
The following letter has 'een re-
.������IV- . by Hasan White, shiles & Co.,
of this city:   "Gentlemen:���Herewith
Snd receipt for amount in full of loss
.-astained ly DM 'brough the fire at
my hou.-o on Six:b avenue on .April
V'rd foi which please accept my
thank;a Also kindly wri-.e $ additional assurance on the bouse. Yours
kindly, (signed). \V. J. Smith " ������
A large steam ihovel, bronght here
from Butte, Mont . will start work on
Chilliwack extension of tbe B, C
V. It. abortly, comrn* ndng at the trav.
el pit near BolUsan's, close to Cloverdale, and remaining in active us,, train the line fruin this city to Chilli-
li oompli ' i
John B. tirn> announces to the customers of Horace Dorer, tbe i> '���*   ���"
that  be  bas now  taken over the  'nisi-
,i- 1 .- tUcltS    the continuance of
���heir iiatronage.      To make room for
a  new     tost  .1:1 opening  >ale  wil]  lie
ild   "ii'.orrow an.l following days. ���*
The  H. C Society of .*1ne Ar s  win
save oompleti   oontro)   of   the   "K
i ISI pictures and Sftletle displays Bt
the n-'v. provlncia exhibition, and will
hold their next exhibition of local art
00 that occasion. .lohn Kyle, A. R.
C   A   '.ui'l  C   i:i.i>.  A.  R.  0,  A.,  will
act as Judgi .-
Applications for Information a>out
tli, 1 rn.-er valley and district have
been received in the last day or two
bj tbe secretary of the board of trade
from lUCh distant places as DOWaon
(dty, ami St. Atines, Manitoba. the
att.r appltciii;. who writes In French,
���.ay;, the choice (Or nlm lies between
the PiasO]  . strict and Algeria.
At a bouse   soclai   held yesterday
.it tiw West Knd Methodist parsonage,
uilte box.s lu aid of the parsonage
fund were opened and tht, contents
counted, the total amounting to Dearly
ilSO- The largest amount in any one
nox was $.."��� K few boxes wer. not
turned In, and u s probable the con-
tSBtS of these will bring the total up
io $150. About titty members of the
���ongregation were present at the so-
ial. an interesting program of music
and  game, being rendered.
W. C.  Chamberlin sells diamonds that flash their rays bright.
And Belli at a price tbat is fair and is right,
Glittering gems that appeal to tbe eye,
Best earth  produces  and money car-, buy!
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE   AGENTS   HAMILTON  A  LONGINE'S  WATCHES.
MUT1DN, VEM, PORK
Fresh  Pork   Saueages dally.
Beat  of  Farmer's   fork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
NcNENENY �� A .ti.RSOV      Columbia St.
J ASK YOUR GROCER   FOR t
1 ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 1
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED.
���     For Wheat,   Barley.  Oats, Chops,   Chicken   Feed.   Bran,   ShoHs,   Hay,    ��
���
etc.. ask us.      We will see that  you   get  it  promptly.
|   HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.   J
Phone 335.
18�� COLUMBIA STREET. P. O. Drawer 100.
���
The tennis devotees at Columbian:
allege organized a club ye-terday.
The following officer* were elected:
H.-n president, Dr SlppreU; prudent,;
Q O. Fallis; vice-president, Miss Tan-
nl. Held; secrets. WWWJ, **��
Mabel Corv: board ol management H
Ferguson. A. Willi sndT. *ord. I ho
ex.oiuiva, drafT.-.l .i i^.vlslonal oc.stl-
uitlon last night. There m�����d
toe grass lawn leni ��� ���*��*'* ***
school, and the name iia always bosa
popular in  the spring  with  tbe  *tu-
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.
| ALPRtD   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
++++++++++4
PHONE 61
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CONTENTIONS BILLS     I
DISCUSSED IN HOUSI
APPLELAND
MONEY SAVED IS
MONITY EARNED
A -avii.iv a. com t In ':ill ' ..nk i>
a safe Investment It pays yon coin
pound Interest and is read) casta any
time yon wani It Church locli tli ���
fraterhal o ganlsations, clubs, trade
unions and business aasoclatloni will
find it convenient to have surplus
funds in a savings account, subject
to the control of two or more officer-
It's  a  f-*o.id   idea���fry   it
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $50,000,000
New   Westminster,   B.   C.   Branch.
F. B. Lyle. Manager
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Fag-
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane
U. S. A., aud Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondtits in all narts-yf the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum  I present rate).
Total  Assets over $168,009,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager
Crystal Theatre
THESE GENTLEMEN ARE MY
FRIENDS
FROM ZAMBESI TO CENTRAL
AFRICA,
SAVED BY TELEGRAPH CODE
ALL    THROUGH    A    SLAP    IN
THE   FACE.
i A splendid comic.)
IHIUIill I'UlIII .1)111,1
NOW HAS BEAU. SQUAB
Chief Appoints Bevy of Young Women
to Enforce  Laws  Reyulat.ng
L'quor TrjhV.
Bong
DREAMING.
Two .ither ren! _ood comic subjects.
Matinees 2 to 5. Evening 7 p.m.
Admission 10c. Children, 5c.
MANAGER    J.    M    COMPTUN.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE  LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program   i hinjod    Monday,   Vteo-
nesday and Friday.    Special  matinee
for ladi.-- and children Sat_rda>s al
t:?.U n. m.
.NEW   WESTMINSTER     LAND   DIS
TRICT.
District of  Suney,
PRINTING
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every   order   placed   with
us    means    a   satisfied   cus-    ���}���
tcmer.
018 WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
_
Rates on
crip tion
on application.
m work of any des-    JL
or quantity   quoted    T
Jackson & Morrison
7 and 11 SIXTH ST.
New Westminster. Phone 3M
"���H"1"I"I"H"H"I"1"I'I"I"I"M"
IT   HAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
Take  notice,   that   Henr.   T.   T_rlft I
intends to   apply for    perm! ilon to
lease the    following    descrl  ed
Commencing at a post planted s
���   southerly   boundary    of    lot
.   two (2), New Westminster
trict  intersects     the    quarter   -���
line,   prolonged,    running     north
south throsgb  section  two   (2).
ship one  (1);   thence south  HiU  I
thence east 160 rods;  thence north
a   point  200   feet  .south  of the  1 ���
mentioned  souther y     boundary < .'  lot
b.t), group two iiii, thence ��� isterl/
parallel to the said southerly noun-,
dary of lot 505. group two (2), to a
point 02 rods north of the 4.th pa ..
lei of north latitude; thence west to
low water mark and 62 rods distant
from the said 4.*.h paral>l of north
latitude; thence south 62 rods; thenCc
east to the point where the southerly
boundary of lot 505, group two (I)
lnter.��ectia the beforv mentioned 4!nh
parallel of north latitude; then follow,
ing the said southerly boundary of lot
505, group two (21, to the point of
commencement, containing by estm I
tlon two ntindred and forty acres
more or 1-rtB.
Dated  at  White  Bock,  n   c,   mix
22nd  day of  February, l'lOH.
HENRY T. THUIK'I
Chicago   Ida.    t -A    rsai    beaut.
luad," I .     , ,:.
has v to tbe p<
lice force tu Bit on thi  ' - Ud
. ilrli   a .    womi n���bavi
cruited by Assist : ������ ttlei
-.. .iv ,i   detectives in ���- ��� i g that tbe
itdown       li : ��� i    In
whert thel ��� v . ��� aos :i t,j be m
eaarcb of refreshment with their escorts after midnight
The.    Wlll ��� .       ;���: i :
ron.1' aa tl -   'ar  hour-
or d.i> - f��>r w"' - i*t ��� ��� i.' ��"i'
whenever the nian in charge ��.| enforcing the mandate of Mayoi tfosse
deems it naceaaaq
"The Milwaikee"
���The Pioneer Limited," 9t. Paul lo
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, 'South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No train* ln tne Oftcs on any
railroad in the world that equal In
equlpn.ent that of the Chicago. Mii-
waokee k St. Paul Railway Th-r
pern and operate tbelr own nk-epin |
snd dining oara on all their trains and
cive th��ir patrons an excellence of
i  not obtainable  el��ewhere
EL S. ROWE, Oeoeral Agenv
bird St.. cor. Alder   I'o-'land, Or.
i.ivi[iaijnE__(.E
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Province of Ontario Cannot
Dictate (so Policy-Holders
of Consolidated Life C<��.
Ottawa     Ma.     i     \.
...
..I'd   lo        ... I .
the Ouv     limi arhich  :.,
egard    as  an    attai
��� lai ..    rights,  tn,-  pn _nli .   ...
.  :  ..
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OTtUnlt'    "I      KMl 111,;   it     ...
.uu. ndi I form.
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i    ;..:,���    .      ��hli .
be el iys of i
M       li. i. li
ick   I. . .���.,'
.��.i ted wltboui    ..   .
frid i oou nded that I      pi   ���
Ontario had no rl|
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of tl      ' .....
a Onta
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art j   ��� v wi t ta  -i    ei
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bai i.   to the   ban I
oomn .. . .    .
������ ���    ���   ��� to tbe io v       .   .
JUIIN B. IS BESTED IN
BIB BEAL BY lAVAIJIVNS
�� _ES TOO SMHID A DOLUS CeTTZT*
cowai-^T
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Meplo L.af ______.���,.
I. lh. best v^oe, Wcau��- l�� m pur., Illi:, .   ^ ^
mCOWANCO.,Lt,,70R()N;^
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Northern   Crown  B
HEAD   OFFICI .    v.   ���,
��� A-THOKI7ED CAPITAL
��� PAID  UP CAPITAL
ank
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A  WESTERN  BANK  FOR WEST I
We  offer  Saving.  B.nl-   Depo. ���   r.  ,,,..   .
+     ..try co_ir-._a-   snd cnvanience
which   \ht   b*
All   Saving.   BCCOUtUl   b��Sr   inter,,,  tOf-pou-.,,.,
+    aii la.inji  iccounti \j.tr  ,n'
���        PipSltH  r..(|    Jt    J.I    br*i
I
^^J Manager,  A    F   D   LACE,  Ne*   We��tr.,nM*r
e
VAN   HORNE   HOLU.   HIGH
OPINION   OF   CANADIAN.
���     l��l       M
I      !:.  '    ���     Vl
Montr.jl   Financier.   Manipulate    Ra'l
way   Stock!,   Scae   Rociieleiier,
and Makr $4 IQOyOOO ProM
uaHi^r^t.
_�����-
B. C. Milk, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mana/arfarers and Deoier. in AU Kmm" mt
Lumber,   Ulh,   Shinglea,   Mouldings,   Saah,  Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.J
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Te-phonC_12. N��w We.lmi._-
Vou '.iii find It -,o jo.ii advantage
to arrange jroor booking si this i Bu
���a! tiber yon Infcsn I to ti   . . i
fl     ) our  friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
En-press  of   Britain   . . . May  21
Empress   of   Ireland   ... June  4
Kor other dates and  particular- "P*
i'i.-   t.
K   OOOLBT,
C. P. n Afsnt.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS
TRICT.
Take notice that  the   nodcrnUnsd
Inten'ls to apply to tne hon the cm
misslnner of lands for permission to
lease tbe undermentioned lands In
New Westminster district!
oomBienclcg at a (mint where tbe
section line (prolonged) running ��� ���
and west betfreen Dictions seven (7)
and elgbtevn (18), Intersects the westerly boundary of lot 101, uroup two
(2). New W.-tuiInhter district; thence
westerly 100 feet, thence southerly and
easterly parallel to ine we-terly and
southerly l/Oundary of the said lot
r.OT, to the centre line (prolonged) Tun-
nliiit north und south tnorugh section
eight (8), township one ll), New
Westminster district; thence south
U0 feet, theme easterly parallel with
the said southerly boundary of the
said lot 505 to a point linmedlstfiy
south of the point ��n��Te the er-ntre
line (prolonged) running ea.t or west
throiif-h section fn (10), lnt<r_e.t-
hl.h-wati'r mark; thence north ali-n.
the westerly lioundary of .aid lot .0-
to the point whore said centre line of
section ten (10) InU.KCcte hlRh-water
mirk; thence wenterly nnd northerly
along ihe southerly and westerly
Ironndnry line of mild lot r,0_ to the
point of beitlnnlnj*, contulnltiK .by estt
motion  00 acres  more  or  K'Ss.
Dater sl w_tte Rock, B. C, Fo'.ru-
i.v.   _g, Hing. B, W. I.KKSON.
MKNIIY T   TTTRIFT, AK��nt
Chicago,     _la>     1     How     John     U
ROCfctfellei     *un    ���-,, :.:���-!   ..���;    i.(    |4
10O.000 by a gruu,, i>: M. b reel Beau
clers la k nit oi go -���, which H..^t'd
around   today
IroRf, _ko John  0   took on  JUO.iaw
sba*,��   of   V. ix-on_n   C'i��iitml     atoeh
and  MM) of tbi   ra-i��_> ��  iim.;-     ||.-
jhad  bl-  eoutid. nt.aJ  ileiiL'ttaai,  rt.i\
ivric'n  T   tiate*.   p;��o*i  on  iiv d."-, t
lory-   a receiver Istei tool possession
!of   ihe   propert),   flnauv-i     !-������-,.   ����-��
hreatbercd sad Bnellj the r��.id rsaeh
'ed a stag,  wtr-rw ll  wa* ua.-. ./  urraB
III.'    ���   I 'B
���..   , mtrolling   -Va-me-nt     de-
.'.���'���....   i  , ��� dli _4 uds on
Ithi i ud     lohn 11    aid '-. ���-
sun. i.. ii Ibis lei        . ��� ���      . tan,
lac '��� '��� ������ :��� ���       if 'b-*-
-' .  I     v Uli li   ba   ill        "���      '..:.������'
'h<'      rn given i mains ol
i        osoi  .; ���
tbey bad J        U    ���-������'���.,
'In I aii-l   the p:   ... .-
to li.iv-. -I.,   C       'm.   PadBc   .
tb.     ��� ��� .    .' Central a
p'i    In.o  iff eel Ci
Bas ��� i-an��-: up
in   l'ront^H^^H-_!
HORSES   TOOK   FRIOHT
ON   NANAIMO WHAH.
I       '.   i.i .       .i
���a .  * . embled       '  ���   ��n.'ff Bl
Comn.    H     . .ui IChiag    Utr
de .. ���   :���.. i    i .1*
for  N i i team    of horses
.    . i ��� . . . ��� ��� ���
II C-. I ��� liiicbt from ih. wbl ' ��� .'
the Cow.chan snd bolt- -i \u li.u.jn
woi i ���:. i Wilfred Moo ������ ...������ | -
resi i .:i over  ind both
Injii. i rhe iniun woman glad this
Ibornlng .. ,i renuli ol the injuries re
ostv. i    iui Hi-- :*>.  ���    reported to tn*
..: favorably    tows  |
�����
TOWN  IN COBALT
DISTRICT   BURNED
Oobalt, Mu-. i Ths town ..f i..k
I^ik.. m,i�� .l-iie.i v. ., dinasiroiu tlie
oa Bsturdaj in tb. tm ;...ii knoem ss
it.-.ir i'oint AmoiiK other bolMlngs
; burned srere tha Hudson's liny stores,
the poetoOce thi Johnston 1'raatag
Oom pan at ores .m.i thfeo hotels
The fire cleaned om thi   beei pan ol
tile   ��e-l   sliie
..... t said <
havi  ��� f UmiM-i
AnaxirinK ._ i.u.*!.;. regarding :��*
...    ' .   ����� ��� rt     i toads     �����.'. !   11.���-
I altrd SUtes. HI.- WHIUuj Van Horn.-
said:
I  eatlmat.-    Ler-  _;.   SO )   u'.*^'.   a'.v
aj-d  a  half   !^*t  a.��nt    of  fi*...*   Ifl   ' BO
*da, ..nd Bd .oi.K a�� thai Borcentagi
Uo"-��   not   niatcrlaily   norOOOS^   ��e   are
In   Do  duniter   of     nctplOCltJ   or   S'Ji.'i
redprodt.  _. wouui u.ru��  down all
customs   biirrlrr'. "
PROTICT   MORALS OF
NEW   YORK   CHILDREN
M*a.ui) N V . Hla,. 4 A'-.r I.--..
irtnU-r nett r. wl!; \r* u mladetr.ean..-'
to admit 10 a kinels-ope or BMVtag
ttletur* ;*-rfornuinr.. ,4- \m mrj pis'*.'
of rnteruinmer.t injur*, bs lo iMOHb 0|
momls ��n��   oblid  Bgdrr  the a** of  1*
Of   rjsrdlan        A   bill   ���     '..'.'-,
11 i.n   �� ...  klRria 1     ><������.'< r.t
Governor  llus'    ���
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i^fBre T'bone   1S*>.       M*��ra    Pbit..-   U��
Columbia   Street
ha,:.'i��r..    ;!.:h.rn    prmptit    to
any   part of tha city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE--THAM  DEPOT.
B{   :.   sad   ...
each roar I ,
(2)    I! lae !..
fs'.b. r   i>   gS of
StOBdsr  rea; 1m  upon  a  .'.u .;
vlr-luit)    of   th. ��� .      V
N , ���   ���   ������ lis ss U i ma
satis .led by aucb p.
ths faU.-r or moi-er
(f)     If ths letUSI  tUl 1
ent  resije:.ie BpOS '..'��� :.. -.,   ...
���d 1} hl:_ in Ue r< ...       ' 'i m
stead,  the  rnjulremeatj   u
dene* may  be nKtmtt I   I '    rrail
u;on tbe is: 1 laj-d       H^^^
Kli mool-a' notin Is B*rUiB|S)
be ��: >ei.  1.   the Cii..:     ���
Inl..it  !-..,:��� at ('".*��    '  :. r.'.^sl
apply for p^trtit
QaDglj    Cnal Uiitiiajt  : gbll a,!
le*aed for a peri<<i of i-ri
tt   an   anouAl  recta      '  1    fft _|
Not    more    than 21*
���   -. il  'o one ladlvl ���
A royally at the rate af 8*1 NSH
ton  shall '-��� i     ���
chantable coal tnmel
N   v,   .   ,.i
Deputy of Ibe M n't'.st ot '���     ���*
m
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THE HOME PAMER
Is   the   I'aper   Thnt   Print-   All
the       Home      New-'
The     Dally     News
10c   a   Week.
Baseball
New Weatrnlnater Baseball Association
CIT.
' I,F.
May
H ���
Mhv
11
.Mu\
It
May
lit
May 2_-
M iD-
er,
May
Z'.t
.lun-
\<*-'
June
Ti
June
ls
June
11
June
is
.Inn..
I'.I
.lime
XX
June
28
June
_'j
July
::
July
ii
July
0
July
1.
July
IV
Jill V
...
July
_i
.Inh
.'7   -
July
so
Auk
:: .
Auk
7���
Vug
1ii
Aug
in
Aug,
17
Bnlr.i
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Wee]
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AUI K SCIIKIMT.K, 1!'0.
Itassella vs  Cube
Cubs I., Tooag Ubsrali
IttiRHells   ,��    yonnr   Ub Is
-Cuhs   vs    li.iliii,.tills
Balmorals v�� Yoong l-ib'ia
I'.il   in..'  i   .    VS.    I(ll��   e||.
Cgbs is   Itniuieils.
Vouni; I.ih is vs. Cubs.
-Iln I morals vs. Cubs.
Joung i.ii.u v.. KosasUs
Vounx Llb'lS vs llslmorals
Hii"K. iis vs. Balmorals,
Roeeelli ra  Cobs,
���Cubs v ifoting Liberals.
RusseHi vs Young Lib Is.
''uIik v.    Balmorals.
li.iiiiio,;, . vH VounK Ub'iH
Balmorali vs. Russells,
DU  l|    VS     Russells
Vimiii;   l.lbernl.   vh    t'uliH
Young   Lib' s  va   Itussell-.
Balmoral   ri   Cobs
Vouii    l.v,'i    vi   Hiilmorals
���Riihk.'IIs  vi    liulmornls.
Bu   'in   v .   cui,s
��� Cuh    .     Vougg  UbsfBls
Cuba v��   Balmoral
"""i Pl     i     Toung i.n. Is
Balmoral young Ub. i
''I -4. Illl ���    I|
gam.   .   mmenci sl _ n m
imi      im. gl ft:to P in
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
The srenlc transcontinen-nl raliwav
eqolpped with    tbitmgb   dining n.-n*
i !a��s slippers aiid ilnlnK cars At
lantlc express lenres duU.) J 20 pm
train for Bstttlc and other ��outtiein
points at H 13 am ; train for A��a����li
Bt '. U p ui Week end tlckrls sold
to Im-al points at on.- fare fur round
trip
..TV I'OU.KT.
Agent
C    II    KOSTK.n
Assistant (reneral  rasnenitrr Aa-nt.
Vancouver.
Synopsis ol  UMtftaa  HMiestea4
BeflBliftets.
At�� available DomUiions lanJs wlta
In the railway belt la British Colum
his, may be hoinoateaded by aay persou
who la tbe ��nl�� bead of a family, or
any male over 18 j ears or age, to the
latent of one-quarter aection of 16-
screa, more or lesa
Entry must be made personally si
tbo local land office for thn ills'rlct Is
eblch the land la sltuste. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mol_.r,
bob, daughter, brother or Blltir of su
Intendln. horaeetesiler.
The bomi'itcader ia riiqulred to per
form the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
plans:
(1)     At  loiist  six  mourns-  resilience
���ynops a     ol    Car-ac s_     North-B_
Monnate*.    Rr,u f    I I
Any svea n�� - ol
... ii   .anua   In  Mas j
e�� au au.i Alberts, escs
nol  n-serru-I   it.. ��� ���
��� ny jr��.rson V_n   I the I I
famll). or BA)   :.��������� ' .<jr>[
site,  to the ei:. :,;    1 Ol e .lurti''
Hou of 160 acres, o��jr.' . I   I  '
Application   tO��   sstf.     au''.
made   iu  person   IJ   lh*  BBP-CBSl
s IAimlniun Unda  _JSnCJ   <'���'   ���
agency   fur tbe  district   in  abW-i
land i* situate.   Batr. :   .''��������� M
Dowevrr.   be  made   -rt  id I* ��������� I
certain coDditloii' '. > tbe latMl '������������
er, son, HaOgMoT. bfOthsf i '��� BBS��
an Intenditig bomsstesdsi
Tb# bomeatm.ler Ll ieju.red UJ
form tbe h.mieateaJ .lut.et undu tt
of the folowing plans
111    At least ii  '.. ' ��� ;' ���   fBHOlBj
���pOB   ani   cuitUatlcn  ul  tlie '^
'Wj..  jlar  for  ibree  )eiri>
I2i    A  BOSBSStfOdSI  n*.>. " u
loalroB, perform tba   reqslrid  jdj
deuce   dutlea    b)    Hi M   "''     tW"Jl
land OWBBd   eolrlJ   b'   hm   "* ���
than eighty  (W)  scrsi   B <'��'f:l'
lhe  vlclnltr of hi-  b " ���-"-1   *
ownership la iBBd  *������' ��Ol m"'! ( ���
requirement
(J)      If the  f_ttl*T   (Of  UH.UHf. ��
father Is dwesssd) ol i b'"'-'^
Baa pormanent reelde,,.* OS !�����
Used owned BoWl by bun. sol
than eighty (M) Bsroi l�� **
toe,   .Wlnltr of the _euier��e-J, "'
on  . horne..e.g entered  for W ^
to tb. rlolnit... ��ocb bses.MJJMJ
perforin hi. own ..*"><>��'" "T
Srln. w.th tb. Wi*   ����� -J'
prooodlng psrsgrspM w ���
��� _., i   n.l.e ll."rr
nieanliij; not more laaa |(
. direct nne. sxctortw -""     J
of ..,, DiowsneBt a****  |D
measurement lf   |
(f��   a bom��tjs�� |t J
perform his rssldsaoi ^
Dord  Bi.b lb- -;���������;��� J^J
with paronuoi on ." ip���t
cd by h....��eif .:.���'����;"���;,;,������
for the  district of ����l      '     ,.       '
his months' Botlcsto fI��
minion  L*nul Sl |,,',rt,"
lo apply  for PSMJ , ()i;V
i tlieli'l*r"'r
,��ep,..yof..u'M.u.^rof"'
fife''?l tm**
,|80AV. ^Y 5
1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
PA..I.   BBVBtt.
*'"
^Arrow Press     made in Canada
ROYAL
YEAST
CAKES
Printing
'     t(t0i   telll   you   wo
,0w. you can p1*"
value and plac*
can  rely  on
Loomr, No Longer STADIUM 10 SEA!
Hum Merrily in
Magog
TWENTY THOUSAND
La Watchmaker
uu ��12..-.
K Ell
Best Ycasi
be World
Sold and
Used
Everywhere
.  .....   . 10
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��� ��� ..... i.   from
i ,    oni
i ��� in op. rsst.1 a
ted to ue.ouie gen-
11
closely folk/w ���iie old  Roman  method. |
Uy this systei . . ,
and d-*ira. I. end I   a com ���
awa     Aith   the  acatt
its iggllng app aranoe  gi ��� rs
nil ved.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        The t.rti'1
ed by Mi   Lou     B ix I
l.vtor Of  eorki   and tbe Wi
. ,      atruction   |i   ... Ing   ��� l
Splendi i   Athletic   Grounds ���__�� p_r_oi
the Btadl u    aril]   ���   ���
Laid Out For Attractions middle or May. and -,-.
June,  wh expo
at A -V -P  Fair    >
of condition.
CROQUET     SETS.     $2.00      IO
$10.00,   AT
Morey's.
LACROSSE    STICKS,    35.   TO
$1.00.   AT
Morey's.
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lay   _.���Th< ;
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log tuouaand spec
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TRAMP KEPT WARM
BURNING SCHOOL BOOK!
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^      al   Ol   lilt: COIll-
pany, ��� .....
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jeral Waters
Aerated Waters
.jn_*.>-.tured   b/
HE	
-. ITER,   B.   C.
Office, EigVlh  St
Gasoline Engines
THE STAGE
on,
ni ii
. overed
It.ui.
and
-, a ���
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ry aeat wlil comma.ei in   door  Of
ro Spring       -       tl thi
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BASEBALLS,     10c
AT
TO     $1.50,
MOREY'S
olumbla Btreet
NEW  W-STMINSTER, B. C
Man.
P
or. .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
owing o ������ ;
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||��i- Cc u.n- ��  Coast   '-in.
Service.
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: eep and  rolied  m
-nt   tin
���   . ��� '   ' are  th.ro igh -.-  d   I
8  ���        ������" r. .. :,[.. ;_!,,_ a fast      . .   ��� ���>_ in
sured  whie  heavy  stoine  is obvia-.ed.
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LAWN GRASS SEED
AT
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^���   ^^^^^^^^^"  ', ���  line   lleait   _>'.a.��,     ._���:   _   bums   >��...���.=   sureu   wine   iiwij    _��"��_   ���-   ��������	
' ���* id   dl oi -:������:���   s-,,r..-,r..r._ apparatus
v    ie   ... . ���    ��� -    moot led, aad during all weather duat wti
.   .       <    .. -.1   .    .     .      .* ...'A    ��        'rh.   Inne   illaUH(...  of   ".tl.
Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE 57.
W__8T-_I!    '    .
<:..-������.-
ICTORIA     ^^^^^
ROUTE.
���,..: ..   J-.-.Uiry   IS.
oris   lea*.e��   \ kit-
,-  .ag   direct   iu Bo*
____. a������-,: Monday.
 .sves  Vancou-
|- . a ������   I* V.ctorU dally, ea-
i    .
llrY.ittM ChsrlStU leavea Vea-
^ for Victoria.
gTBiN.TER VICTOHIA    ROUTE
.fri,.:   ��i.l   laafg   Victoria   lor
lire:   _��� ��� '��� e.r ���,.  Tuesday.
sr��  '.'.e.'.mlaster ��.   Vfoi
*t.T COAgT   HOUTE.
IS   Tsm
Bw Vlcwrta il   p in-    \*%,   10th
Ibwcl _ i, m-ato i.r Clajoquot.
U : ��-}  ports,   1Mb
. . ���   y jutaino and   waj
B-l     laacb BMaU for Ahcutet.
.,��� .-���    ���: ai.d way porta.
|AhCCl.>tK-SANAIMO   ROUTE.
&. B Joan
BnTi 1 |   m  daily. < i
.-. . ;,vri   Nanaimo  at   7
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Witea   May    .eavos     Van. <���..:
��� ��� _
NORTHERS  B. C.  ROUTg.
Bsstrl .. I-aves  Vancouv. r
I ltd
BfStui    ���,'��,     leaves    Vancouver
tli  :ith.
lit COAST  MAIL   SERVICE.
1 ttQa j ,,r ss. lavishes
��� th,  April  Jd
[QUES CHARLOTTE   ISLAND
SERVICE.
['" .- li-aves Vancouver
W ���:' \     M
D.   It IV Kit
���to-.
I''02  s'��    to    'in iii-ur    Monday
Iron   Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   In Westminster
FREEMAN'S
WH0LE8ALE
Liquor Store
CHOICEST   WINES,   BRANDIES,
ALES  AND  STOUT.
on the merit of the score alon. a-   t   be'avoided.    Th-   ��� utce of   Tie
is a well-known fact that wtoere a dox   ov:i! lf f.,,n.  norlh l0   ,,utli .uUi ine
sn bool e been pi       mi   I  tail   ��� ... ^ jd..._.,
���    '    ���  -:' "   '���      ���'    of ttmto      The grand aUnda are two In namooi
*    ok*** bs    rrttces thi  mu-   ,ind ;irt.  iuilt on  &.. . ....   m  wesi
��� :-   lu-talned   simply   on   rW. o( ,hl. ovaJ     in dim-nsioa, tney
,.:..,.   and  entt-ruinlng    aOUlty   are jgo,7o t.,-t. au.d the    - - -  are ar-
of Lhe music alone ran.ed in fifteen inco rises    The en-
.-:  r.-:-i M.i- has been beau   ;,-���,..,., ;ir.. mad^ di^-. :r,,m __,, not-
_fttlty stated aad extvllentl) ca..t.   t:itom of ^.n. _a��ie, which prevents an.
;has st.xid the test of s. veral years o: ,_ong-svon in ��_i. or -Omittance. Both
|ewn��Batul presentation d��d gtUT Bian.   ^Jygig,   arv fl.ted  wi-ji  B  ro*    oi
of   the  recent   successes   hav.     been   _..g<.   .���,v..s   hlvlll?  ,  ��eatt_g  tapac-
��� ��� '.   it   silll   stann-   pn-enunent >   ,tv ���, f., .. four to Hi(j!lt people,     ine
alone in _ rla.. by I'self ss an enter-  ^n^i a,  which the seau are  i laced
taJnne I I   tl M    -:-:-als   to  all   oi   \i>   Permi - ������! sufficient ri.-.  in tBflure uH-
.1..:;,.-.     merit. tut��*r*";;.-.��-;  view from eirn   goeltlon.
Tb, production Is an unusually good   Aai   ln   overcoming   tiw  fifteen   men |
..- -      .. ....,___... ...,. -:.-.forms, two .
W X
taaessssasseeessit ill mm .......wawaoeoooooo^
Electric Railway Service
���
FAMILY  TRADE  A  SPECIALTY
Phone S. P.   O.  Box 18t
FRONT   ST.
NEW  WESTMINSTER
B   C
one and has always been kept up
a B-Utef of personal pr de wiu, sell
assurance flist mert. ��iii iii-*a>t- pre
vail, sspeclally where hiidic is con-
c.:n.<l. The cast tiaa bees sacellentlj
ft.-b-.ted and  ncelved   eulogy   ��.':
Jcrltlcisni In all the fl. t<l_ss t.e.ir..
jit has b-.'n preeoatad    this    .aaeon.
ggainal Boms of the n> west and latest
lof  New  York's grvati-st  bnan.i.il  i-uc-
��� joeesei    Ti.ls statement alone app .ers
-.1. | ,> anSdeat
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THK
MEATS
,use h:unds in
HUNT  FOR CONVICT
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth ft ana    flflh Arenee
phons srn
BOWELL a ODDr. Proer
BU1T AT
GET YOVH BPR1NC
YEE KEE & CO.
TAIL0RS
W.-ds.r  Hotel   Block.  P    O.  Box 644.
New   Wfitmlnster.
Etens.1     Cai    Ma>   4.��� Officers  wtul
��� .    .-.'.  looertog thv   oouniry near
..-:.  today in .-earch of Kor.-.-t Tin
alias 1 ..,���*. wbo woe pod From
gOSX liiKl*��ide   quarry,   tie.r
s.in Ftanclaco.     TucK.-r's eocapi   areal
tbe Ingleelds witiitn  week
and ever, i D *'��� is bem^ mad.  to tind
him. ..way from his guanli
lit    Toe da      althongn   It w.s not i
made ��� ���  today, and  Hdwaii
Blggi  follov example ou  the
Thurhdii>  :���   ���  ���    .
Oakland's N��w Paper.
Oakland, r.     .'.      i    'I'h,. Bvenlng
Mad. Oakland i l n    cmeoent, daily
newspaper. v.:iv | :.e;,. yester
day with .\er.  | '   ol meeting
with Battering Thi Mail ro
celvea the telegraph n ��    service ol
the Tnlte.i Proas ^^^^*
differ.-.���.��� between *eat platforms,
shor-   -.>-, -  an-  oOed     Pair-.-icu.ar at- ;
t.nti' ���-vji given to v.�� *  [>oint. j
and   the   sight   Un��s  are   Ideal.      Ail I
aisles give .way on .ne oval, and bo-l
tween the grand ...ands rind the track |
an open --pace of sixteen feet h ia I ��������� a
,r��s_r.'_  '. ���- entra-ve a-vd  ��� \v
Th>-  -.ri-sing ro<>mB, baths  and toil-1
et  rooms   for  contestants  and   rooms
for ti..- public ar- provided f **   ��� neath
the grand stands. ai.,t are fitted With
iall nece.-s.ary conveaiencM
Ul   -.trance*   of   SoMhus   ���>"*ite.-t-
snts  wi.i  be  made  directly   ini     tne
oval   from   tbe  central   arcb  ci     the i
grand Stands, and in this re_..:_ will
Interurban  Line.
Cars for Vsncou.er and way
stations will run every halt
hour from 5:50 a. ra. Last
car leaves at 11 p. in.
Last car leaves Vancouver st
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes tor both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty mlnntee
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing st 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
>o + ���
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon . cute
CONU-VD. CAKCBOSS, AT-IN.
WHITE HOKSL. DAWSON and -AIR-
BANKS  Dall) train    excepi Sanday.
c.,rr)lng pas.euge:^ mal. express and
freight  connect   with   s:a;;_.   at   Car
cross   and   White   Hors.-,  ma ntainin;.
a thorough w.nter service,
For inforr_.ition apply to
J   H. ROGERS. Traffic H nacer.
FDR
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.
���
,i ^- m
l^ti, Ch!:.__. . Tuesday, Thursday
'ST    V
* m.
\h-
" .us   sua   tniormatloti
m oouurr,
"W   Westminster
'     It   I'liSTI'-H.
-o��i, is,, Ajimt. Oeaooowsr
i   Vi    nun IP,
-.ii,len'    virtnrla.
WHEN
���thi ri
GOING CAST
.QBNT
��� 1" SEND YOI' OVKK
P NORTHWESTERN UNE"
)   liny In iho  Ycair
BBTWBBN
neapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
'lHI'  "-Ms   OF   I'AMK
NORTH WE8TKRN,       l.TO.
b, (.fly '"'   v A'"t  and   best   Ideas
U'Xntv U)NVKN--'-N('K. tt��d
It is   llnhied   with   botii
IIIOHl    III llllllll!
world. The
Sent#0n Approval. |
To Rivm-aMPi*. r."i IM
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
sad
RED GEM
fjha Inh P��ncil
WE  ARE   READY  TO SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
bigh-c'.iiss building material
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bulit with our materials that never need repairs.
���\Ye can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But tbey were not built ot our
m.iteriala. See where real
cheapneea lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
I he
fe'"" ""I ��.
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tt,,,
. u
in��l��|  oi .,rivat.' oompgrt-
,   '"��� "-".'bill   Hi  section  sleep
^���'���Xx's diniug ear.
nlri'il
its   ii Ta ti   �����* .ul l��Oi*l -���CUt
!:o.''-t' v,��.:i
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'car. ,         ",%"    n'''llnln*;
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Kciti,"''       "'  ;   llb""y and  ItnO-
'��rih,,r
Vi
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Folders, or any
ill on or write
���'m ..\velnu.   Sea
us, Bsattla wa .1.
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��� Lnughlin Mfg. Co.
26 Mn.iiio iii'1' .
NEAR CITY. ALL CLEARED. FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE HOUSE. STABLE AND      OUTBUILDINGS. ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE     FIRST-CLASS   SOIL,     *-700.
REASONABLE  TERMS.
Special Bargain
Five-quire box beautiful azure linen
finish paper In either of two s les, and
five pac.at.e_ envelopes to match, regular price $2.00, this week only
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R, PEARSON, Mgr. ���	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
T H
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Rubber, Cotton,
and Wire Wound
HOSE
IN   SEVERAL    DIFFER
ENT   GRADES.
FIRE.S KEEP BRIGADE
BUSY TtlHOllliHOUT DU.
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4
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G.   N.   R.   Locomotive   Starts   Outbreak
in  Old  Waterfront  Premises���
Bush Fire on Queen's Ave
OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND
YOU MAY BE SUfeE TO GET
THE   RIGHT  THI Nti.
WE CUT RUBBER HOSE IN
LENGTHS TO SUIT PUR
CHASERS.
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tii:b Bre bere In  two months       i be
....1 got .i ' Id   and two ,t.
��� '     ���    ������������... in.
.n.i    i and _ ball   site .ding
Tb.-  Vnil  e.illli    .   roof   ,	
canni illding     ..    ���  ���
.:. i ��� QUI  ,   ;      .,,,    _
... ...ii iv .     .   ,,,,,
the. :. ��� . n..j i red
���   '   . :     ....:...,
. .������ lot tb   ilte for tne bl     ._...
corns   ol    ���
. !   Q ..-. SVl
.:. i      R
I'.... . . d,  all I
' ���>   .        eatcned
rlou       .      Bre.
'������������     '    at* occurred nt thi ��� '
    Ta-elfth itreet In                 lust, whll.
A^**^   |W I     _%    ���"_!   V With     I.unlit.,
^^ 1^1  _*-% W~^ ���
e
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��� Anderson & Lusby ���
��� o
��� COLUMBIA STREET. ���
O                                                                         0
+++++++++++++++++++++++444
THIS  WEEK   ONLY.
Give us a trial in|��^AN^G8t8?^j^^AT
this line.  We carry | '
The Pearson tlectric Co.
BOWLING
The Best
Mocha and
Java Coffee
procurable, and can
satisfy any  taste,
as   well    as   any
pocket.
(Successors to T.  Mowt.ry
Klectric Works'
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Poitort.ce.
PRONE 331. P   O. BOX 928
Young and Old Alike
Tonigl    ir   ;    ... ..      ; i
,i:   i) ,
to      Gill bi. ���        1'     V      U  .;    ;
u   ... .
.���.--���.     i    ,
Belt Lake Cltj   l i       i   -    kaoi   Van- ���
. ouvi :   an l   iv-1 las ���   la -   >' k
:        ��� .-.,,-.
ii. will . mi. avoi ; . put i
.;. a i :��� !.-...       - Phi        .V        .    '
resent   the ma:',   ,-:     OWllSg  In  ��� " SI
cltj   taking  part
The  Vanoonrer  Ten wi.i .on.
.on alleyi l and .', snd    Westminster|
I will  use  3  and   I        Kitzn.aunctf.   tne
Provinea artis;. win   accompany tD'';
|Ad  sprares on  th.ir next   ratti  Hois
and will sketch  the Royal Cltj HUB
in action.
The  local  SSflStBly  bas  started  an J
[active  campaign   for    tbe  support  ot
Ithe teams  to (to  from  this  city  to  Ih''
Western Howling t'ongress at Boattis |
WEST  END BOYS  WIN
FIRST   JUNIOR   MATCH
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
nd of music, and every borne
should possess a Piano They do not
cost anything like what th<-y _rv r Ul.
arortb to the family circle.      For the
ten day-  ere are shewing  - i
��� *   v V'.nal   values
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
J. P. Galvin
Wishes ti -bank hli many customers
fo, theli patronage during the past
yeai snd announces thai h>- has
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE      TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD  STOCK   FOR   BALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
Houses Painted
In Artistic Color-..
WALL  PAPER,  PAINT8, OILS,  ETC.
Th.- West Knd Junior I^acros*.- team
I iron   from    th^  _ast    End  St   Mood.
Square last night by tti.- *..>ri- ..f a to
This was the Bret Junior .am. ol |
���._<- t^aaon and the vini with will, b the
youngster.  u*e.i  thi sticks, gi*.>--..  lo
jtbem :y tb,. seniors is ., pood sofBfy
Tor the future champions.      Tb.- \S > m
;Knd team is not th i ."_..��� organised
a-, yet. and wa*    .r:.< - ;, m x.-d : uti   .
Jack (ilfTor-i did .ill tbe scoring for tfcg
Kast   Knd       OordOa  Siirm^   r<t-    I i
Ten-minute  __utevs srere ... red
Sapperton  ba- S junior  lOaffl and a
schedule is to ������   drawn nn    ���  Fred
Lynch, srho I   snperintendlng     ti     i
shall of ih     ���    ��� rl snd a p-ini.aj-
] mlor l�� ..L'lit' organised.
The players on tho junior teams laM
��� were
West   Knd--^ <.  .1.  K. QUI* y;   .-
'���'   Il.ittson;  cover. C. Sibley;  d��-f.tire
COoper,  Cook.   H    Hattaon.   r-ir ���
i: .-���    borne Held, Kenton, I. Bgngater,
p   gangsterl   outside,   Murray,   Inside.
Feeney,
Kin-   Knd- -Ooal.   Stoddart;     point,
Sinclair; cover, J   Sinclair, defence   \
<    .������������nay, J.  Armstrong,  Roberts. -
centre,    \v    Cotrrtenay;    ���).   Clifford,
Weaver   Whlttaker;    oat) .<������    __   M.
Kenzle; Inside. T   I>-wi.
BLAMES  TARIFF
FOR   HER   FAILURE
Moved    Doane'Bailey & McKay
.San Francisco May 4���Hlamlng the
tariff for the failure of a BC&ema to*
winning a fortune in the Or ent Miss
Loa McCnrdy, an ent-rirrifing Seattle
girl, who sells moving picture tlltn", I.
ber-- to 'lay on tu-r way home from
Shanghai        Miss     McCiirdy   d'-'-iar. I
todaj thai h.-r defeat araa only tempo
rary and that slo Intends to return to
the far '-ast and make another attempt
in bnilneea,
Wounded in the Wrist.
IJsmori, May 4���Following a rlOleDI
.ilte rea tlon In the Chamber of depn- '
lies today. Mell'-o Uarratto and llodli- '
gOOS N'ogilecla fought S duel witII
BWOrda. Dejmty N'oguecla rOOttOd a
wound In th.- wri*_ and the duel w��>
stopped.	
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
���__.._.  _._.���,, _   .. ___^_^_i    Th* funeral of the late Arthur Kill
Agent. Vancouver Vacuum Carpet       M,Hr(()(. wl|| ,,k(. -^ fft>m ^ ����
Cleaner. |I!y residence   RoyiU  avenue, today at
ki     ,���n        . .. ' Frnni    At    r.-_i-._-   ��     .    _,  ,,_ 3:30   r> ni    to  tb.-     Masonic  cemetery,
his   tailor  shop  from   Sixth   itreel   :���   rr��"t   Ot., Dominion   Trust   Building. . t-fl,,,���.,,���.
,++++++4
Smith Block
ROOM  9,
Entrances 625   Columbia   Btreet and j
Clarkson streel   nearl)  opposite Tele +
pbone office, and liopea to bs favored $
with iheir continued patronage in the ���
new suind.
Phone B508.
���
FINE HOME
On Sixth Street, close to Klectric,
6-Room Cottage,
$2700
One-third cash, balance to arrange.
i
i
j F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
A SPECIAL OFFERING
WOOL
FABRIC
t
id
50c PER YARD.
25 pieces of Satin Stripes, Fancy  Lustres, Ro
Cloth, Fancy Checks, Black and White Check   ai
Light Grey Tweeds, ranging in wi
from 40 to 54 inches. To make this
offer of more than usualworth wee
out many linos at big reductions foi
this week only. A splendid opportunity is here presented to secure a
length for Children's Dresses, Ladies'
Shirt Waist Suits, Jumpers, 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
BbOn ��� r, :   ��-._ lor.R lengths ot bM-j
���valine,    which r.- ��� n
���aii thla �� ��� ���ii.-. special pric*. lo
qul.'kly                         ... oSS ! I ''���
<iANDIK8     VOILJBB,    MULLS, __R-
CKKiZKi) mi si.iss. ,t<-. in ftoral i   i
��� onv. n-l i;,,: .-mi i:t!,.�� de��iiKti. K< k
i  ..     30c, 3ic and 40c.
.-'���-   ���  .    ��� ��� mr.' ntxns   ��t:id..-�� I I
..''������!  2Vc
��� .   ���*im ��.��-.!.    ts ���
U _NI HB8TSR .1 uii-r.
<; \I.\TK.\ iNKI \N BEAD SIT I IN'.
an I atrip*'. Data, ^ iiiti.
BUTCHERS' 1.1NKN. FA.VCT BAI
EEN POULARD* JAPANESE I Kb.
1'. ��N". 8BER81CKKK, ZEPHYK
OINOHAMS MULt-B DUCK Ml 11
is<;h. etc, ar^ bare si  special     s
rices
Ladies' Ready-to-
Wear Wash
Costumes
Msny attractivs serviceable models
in these summer wash costumes are
now on display In ths R.adyt. Wca.
Department. We have plched from
the many styles shown two lines
which serve to demonstrate particularly the popular trend In wash coa
tumei.
AT |600 ��ACH.
Halnty Prlni-.-sa dr.-ss of moll, wlk)^^
Is nuvd.. wltii )oke of tiiik.. and IBOS
Ins.-rtlon and m slf'-vi-i. HBIrt Ik
OXOOptSooally full and trimmed sltli
l-r-i.rtli.il arid tucked i^ini-l down front
Shown In white, nky, iiiauv,. and pink
���poelally ].rto4-d at  .' 16.00
1
AT tflAS  EACH.
Dressy row. In I'rlnceee ityle, iiunle
<:f flu.- mil. Waist Is made witli Hmj
H]e,.v.m pointed at hand; yoke Is of In-
WTtlon ,,���,] KU|(,ur,. motifs; ablrt In
"_��le wlnh paM| front and beautifully
trimmed wiih folds and lace loSeftlon,
Shown In wMt,., pink, aky and cham
poena    our spedal price, sMh tan
Note the Reductions
on Frilled
Curtain Muslins
Two Special Lots
TiRST  LOT.  1_c   PER  YARD
��It��irular 10c I
i.
��� ��� ���      . ���   .-.
;  to march.   ��hlte i
SECOND  LOT, _0c  PER  YARD
:.��� ��� '   .
-        I.e.    ��ltl,    I:,.-..   .,:,,!    ,      v     .
frill
Thrrv     p|,   .     frilled
��� mall   nest     pattOTB  <
muslin with row    of   lnw
aide.
On- plfirc frilled _P< "��� I :;iJ* :-   *-
laches   wld-"      Keuulur   ��alur��  if
N<>   . .ni an i
cl��ar.  per  yard   . 2ic
15 Pairs of
Bobinet Curtains
AT   SUBSTANTIAL   REDUCTIONS
Ooo Un of thr.-.- >.inis lon|   esitt
or e.rn Uibln.-t oiri.ilnn ��."    SO   ;������-'
insertion   tttaunad   ' V-       H'��
��,ilu���� |j i.m.  \,,-r pall      Special
;n .   pair  H '->
One   lot   white     Mfl I   ... v
i-ur'alns with  laiv Sad "'���
ol trimmed oitli Batteobi rj
design    Rsfofsr reins M " ������'
Bpodal pries     *���'
A  CLEARANCE   O.    ODD   LINES OF
White Blouses
$1.25 Each
A seasonable offerlnu Ifl |.1'1"'
white muslin and lawn Mooms Ssnj
Hn.si lo almost all ilz.-s are In tb"
B;>rcla| lot, Home have |0B| BlSSWI
Homn have short sHvves 111 WSUtt
are made, with tucke.| or rancjr "O*
DrOldOrsd front; otrwrs with fSBCy �����
worked voki. nnd OOllara BsfB*'
values. $1.35, |1..u. 11.78.
i
���**********++++++++++++++++mm���mm���fm
J
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THK STOKE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK.

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