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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMII-.
LIFE
ASSURE     *E
WHITE. SHI*    *> & CO.
260 Columbia St
ine 85.
7v.
NEW WKSr.MINHTKK, B. C. M .N'HAY  MORNINO,  Jl'NK 28,  1909.
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RIIURNS fKOM
HARRISON LAKE
FIVE C->       PER COPY.       I
amer  Beaver
eaaant   Trip
Make    a
Defeata
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a ��� .* ��� d lr ...  ���
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rnlng   at, I
for   Po
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IWNING FATALITY
IN WATERS UF FHAStH
-   '-   ���-  Fraser  Near
��� ce���Body  Not
... (team
on B
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,
WESTMINSTtR DEFEATS
INDIANS IN CLEAN GAME
Tecumsehs Are Still in the Punning, But Have Big Deficit
to Make Up in Tomorrow's Match- Salmon Bellies
Showed Superior Staying Powers.
IMPROVEMENTS WILL
KEV1VE LOCAL PATRONAGE
Westminster Opera House to Be Thor
cughly   Remodeled���Large   Expen
diture  Is Projected.
BURNABY HAvv'ES
WATER QUESTION
-
pm-*
A   I*.-I
a  mm
������ .* mure link* in those   hat  v   aronld not be a -���     i play at
old   th.    Minto  Cup  in ������"���
^H^
Representatlvea ol tbe B  C  Perma-
i/.an   Oon who   are   tin.in
dally  interested  in   the   W.stmli
0;*iu   House,   were   in     the
rdaj   arid   us     ii   rf*-*4'Jlt     Imp]
���a  .;   :,,.    ,:..������������ Ik. :,     I   -.:,   I
Ilie   Indians   .Imply   could " not  d"'"   '"   **** .*,bi  ft"* ''      '
sot  along   wil ��� chief,  nK^ moler-_in B^!Ush ����!umb1*-
Ing the braii.- ���'���arn
Propose to Use Water From
B. C. E. B. Power House
Well.
i-
The exterior will Ire painted, and
no tie took the field yesterday. But ne ""' **��* "'' :'-" lD " rwnodek I on
waa lamentably stiff.    In or tier lo save  tte llnen of the U8t ����>����"* In other
ed  from  third  to first  home   and  be   h'0D ������*��� !''rva ***** circle  and  th"
:.i   lltth.  riinnin-.    D spite  hi,   *r:T owhea^ will be better boused.    The
I    ���   . ��� ..     cbnr 1-- scored the Unit B'*alf*  wl"
also   !,,.   cushioned      Bev-
nn,  tl,.
I
pel cup   lie  Indiana have to male* t_r_-jj*��u. and although unable to <eke part   ��.   'it,,n"i"-'i ':.'1;'trs wtt- '"' H��ntln
.     !���        .- o  an) 'greai   extent   in  the  play  in  ,h * ���"*"������<*' \^" ">* ***"*��� ���"
���-������    did   some   great   rtnnt,   at   linage of Mote-tar people will.
tmlnster.     Thej    were   PW
an .
 ^H ���    .'dug    o ,    . 	
.... jo   Wm as much a_ possible he wa_ mov- -.^^*����� ���L* �����.ltt:*JVJ:
pretty h.    tbj  ma
n.i, ion      To win th
. iio_.
��� 	
"������*���' -'        ���'   Tuesday's game ~an��Tto do iba    tn.     ""   '"^    'i!''   -""�����   **r"at   *��""��   at   linage ,,f \\ estmin.ter people *'ii.
���   Lvnu   th.- well! , ..... quarters u h ""J-"'1   r*"''' rromv **��� **9**M
na-.. . ome tore   nnd   l-us   mosey   will   be  spem
On -.-.    tbe odd      em to    i Feiker Off Color. ,,v  ]���,.al thaatre-geera in  Vanco_rer
���    ���   ., . . ;-���-������   mu off  color.    That he was   w" ' '���   "-"    h*'1"'     "'ii.pany     la   al*,,
.in   ornai ��� v i.-  font about all in was apparent in tba  booked In this city.
:bird quarter  and be did not appear	
Hu' wh     v thej tak. bad in the fourth at all, Wlntemute   elng
Induing   jn.t i,tf uj even  up.
have th. ion ol      it  Ftikei  can  g��-t into   ahap.     b
Tjv. ia>. aad inasmuch as h>- . - on
. .      a- b Soring from a bad cold it is bop* I
��� ��� .-,   -��� ���  . In  Bi Lit . <u    that  he may. and  if Querrle can Jotter up his leg*. Uu. Indians will be In
venter.  wH    a whole lot better abape to admtelatei
eya a humps  to   yi,.   Salmon   Bellies    than
������������:.   ...i-    ich a one  tbej ��  re on Batnrday.
Tecum.eh Defence Stronn.
for n nd it was no won-
���  isaad odd lacroea_      Tbe  Indians  defence  was  the  star
fans  wbo  an   weni '.iin   part   of   their  team.    Qraydon     and
ges of the I '���'   vv-.-   al   ik,int   and     'over     point
At   the   '        tbe   ���������'-���     had   the  wortoed   like  horaea  vhlle   Pickling,
- Bell ea hold-  tons ..nd Roontree at first, second and
ing   U,.1        eai        The  Indiana   went j third defence played for aii there wa.- Pniiows' c_m terv
i   1--.,  riMitnpM.n *a- driving the am-  a' ���     th. tbe star,   irlth  a   In them.    Pickering was a lively man   eenwa  x. tne   J<ia reuo       -_=
'>*1gor and vim tbal       -       i badly lor :in the field, g^-tting the ball out and   ��*hen the graves of some S3 men
i   ���     leflBnden       EJarly   in   ���-������    game  away up to th<. home time ani again  w__0 a^, interred there  were marked
their d- li-niv ahow-d  that  it  \*a*   oHlona   did   Some    hard   checking���too  with rtowers.
ihe regular ston<   wall, iron clad var- hard   once���having    to    spend    five.    The two  lodges. Royal  Cty  No
NEW CIT\ AMBULANCE
ITSELF IN ttClDEfil
J    L��e   Ti-OrrptGn  Bad:,   Injured  Wh��
T"x*,   F-   ������    Vehicle���Horie
Dragge_   ���-
II.C0R-I-N Of -RAVES
UF DK.t-.bEU COMRADES
Local Odd Fellows Mark Last Resting
Place  of Over Sixty   Mer*-bers���
Simple  Service   Held.
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��� ��   mll������  th,-  .
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en , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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��� -..it.   _ri_gi.��_i   tonie  di-tance.   hia
'I i . ippl     ������;    , ,   ill*: ..f
..   immediatelj  ait;.u-.-nt -o t-t.
cltj   will   be  material!)   Improved   .t
the   negotiations   h>.-a   pending   with
the B-C.E-R are carried to a su��
fn!  conclusion   an I  will  obviate one
��� ���    ��� UlvU.  in    ...
:. .'   ���  . d   K.i.-t   Bui uaby   poi  ���   i
 palit).
Bom.' ��� -���   ill  ���   .i  .. n.initti.   ' ���   i
...  co .... ., an iv,,       ��� eaa ap
pointed io conouct -t Inqalry, i
a meeting oi the commutes was held
on Baturdaj tnoae present lug
i",.,:,, ,,..,. .Stride in ihe chair. Re#ve
ii...:.. ii O, U;Uk.-r, P. H Bniwn Bad
U.   C.   I'ati.i.-on.
Company's Offer.
A H.-port w:is read from A J. H I '-
e.sou,   civil   engineer,   .tailtig   tna:   a
- . ..   *. - ������  i.u    .-  Install. ,     i-
:- lrom ii.- liurnauy powei t.o_*-i
of the H.(J K.K. com; any. the c-inipan/
suppiying the water at th. coet of
puiijoing, alrout eight cents per cuuio
foot. The supply would serve di*-.;, t
lot Vi and lots 8 to lis of district kit
aa.
A motion favoring tbe piopo_al wai
paaa. <1, and al-o instructing Mr. Ilo-d-
ersun to prepay, a plan showing .i
six inch main from the Power suuk>_
north oo the Vancouver road, anil
down to  Bdmonds Station, along  Ed-
. ih,   ��� B roe ��nd .oriooe- naif"***" and hands being cut
i mends   street   to   the   Hastings   roa.!,
festerday   decoration   day   was  ob- j to be -ubmitted to a subsequent nn��i-
ing.    An  agre-ment  wil!   prooably   je
en.ervd  into  for  this  purpos.-.
Supply   From   W-.ll.
,     The   B.C.K.K.   have   a   well   at   tne
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________   3 j powe..- hoi_*e, and could easi.y  suyp'y
lety, while the home had the defend, .mir.i'es   at   the   fence.     Rountrve   too an(j   Amity   No.   27,   togther   Wltb   a   the   water   required   for   the   present-
v   ..( ���!,.   .\e�� W-Btminater goa    ���I   w.   lu      bard     It  was  owing  ui  him  number of  visiting  brethren, mei   -'   ;.op_latioQ of about IM ta the area to
Ing piettj ami,  i*   for a ttm.     ���   wt    that   the  Indians  got   their  last   g'��ai.   me   Odd   Fellows'   hall,   and   a   brtel     e  _.-r\ed.    Their intention would be
The   Orel   nun.-    was   an) -���     -   This   was  the  surprise  of  the   BSme.   order of service fas conducted.      To   .,, ,rect at watertank n-ar the Statien
Men   WeatmlaStet   may   have   had  a 'i _��� Teemnsebs appeared to be prac-  rhe num_r of about   7.  the procee-jto  -firve   reservoir   purposes,
shade better ol   tb<     play,     ������-.-    It s ftloally all in when Rountre*-*. refr.-shea  ^^^ liien ^roc^-ded to the cemetery      \  petition   will   now   be   circuJa:. t
Daring this ponlon of the'by a short rest at the fence, suddenly  Wf,^re on    the graves of    all  buried   among   the   proper.y   owners   askfn<
the   Indians   were   frexh ,got   the   ball,   and   rushed   it   up   the  tjwn-e bouquets of flowers were placed    ��<rr the work to be taken ln hand. 1_i *
and as the (bouquets werv laid ou the  supply would allow 15 gallons a head
graves    the    chaplains.    Rev.    E. G. J population.
���hl.tf.-il
'fl^^H_______H ���* botti InVSS."wheri    . "���"��   snd eould keep pace with iheir speedy "field   to  Querrle.     Querri-   pa-.-ed  to
*���   - ...-���-. oppoaenta. tbea bo one oooM             ���   Adamaoo,   and   befere anyone    quite
��� Basweri -             -     ���         ,-...- be  *-ni_er��.    It   was  no:   antll   the  pace knew  what  had   happened  it   was  in  Thompson for No. 3. and  Bro.  E.  1,
��� ���u��     ��i                    tm-wi ei.Ki-
>,   ..      it      ���   . , _	
...   ,  iiif]    *n4  ;>,(��� ii-....     -rro-jni
__���
r>'-g��n   'o  tell   mxm   th,- invad-T*  itu��t   'hi- m-t.
lb.   Ude of battle inclined to  the cup j Baffled the Famous Ruah.
'��� :��� iiden
...��   r   '      "    ���*������'���   GIRL   TRIES   TO   SAVE
Staying   Powe-  Won
Webb.v   for   No.   27   alternately   read
the proper response.
The c��"remonie_ were conducted by
T^..1."^8.' __f^!_ b. ^c!!^.1. Wl.V Strople, i-dW-h*. CLflLNo
i->    attack on the pan of the Salmon
TO RAISE LEVEL
OF GREAT LAKES.
i'slk-r  Mr*  and Ml-* _>hnM.
sent  to ren
Mi   aad v
��� :   , ���  ... '- ���    I ol
Ml    in.
....  cul
,i,l    both   *'t>
.IITIIHU TU HAVE HARRIMAN IS
CHEAPER PMIR 1*0
I     H
Arrange'"*"..
Co   S.m.lsr to Those
�� C.ty and Vancouvf
mta  Great   Bsllws.   Flnanelsr  Very   IM   at
V.fiirn-Undergo.ng    E ��������� .tncai
Trtatment.
handUri      But   they  hadn't   got   the g^j
the Siilnvn _H'l-s ^^^^^H^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^
Tbi- Sew  Westminster field players George   Distinguishes   Himself,
ran   V"               Bl I .   i Van  off    their For 'he Salmon Bellies. George R.-n-
-���                           . arret tlu- Indian* nie was tbe h-i-o of the day.    His red
held tbrii own   In the second the Sal hat   was everywhere  on    the    field.
nn.n  Belli.             ������ ���">��� little on th.-m From  one  end  of  the game  to    the
In   ih.-   ���'            .,.,.-. tbe  eSecta   of other  be did  the  work  of  two  men.
the  pace      .       '"  BbOW,  and  in   the Once   lie   got  going   there  was   not   a
f,mr:.h tht   :               ��� : lh.  brav s wer,, man on  th,, field could overtake him,
is      ||   waa              ���     .,';-:.le  ef- and  again and  again he brought  the
fori thai            .at_Tnu__.be. of them anil  up tor the ose ot the    Salmon
managed       |               a   ail in mis Bellies' home.    Brother Tommle slso
,., -,;,  while '              oat  pan the put  up a    g��**>d game, diattngolahing
Salmon !:���':,.. wen     ���        - ever, and himself by hi�� close adherence tb his
in   condition   f      a             ber    more d��eck and his all  i-ound useful work
The international
"sion. which Ua_
he praeticabill:/*
a dam acres
raise th_ water
Lakes, bas about
the report, i t
the .-.aids ot t_e
'anadlan govern-
though the d-.
___\ caqnot Xit,
epileptic fits, and i: was found neces- made public, it is understood that .i
sary to summon Dr. Jon-s to at'end majority of both the Canadian ani
him. The doctor stated they were I American commissioners are in tavor
not s*erious. and he was all owed to ,of the project, and will recommenl
remain in the cells. Hhe building of the dam.
MILLIONAIRE'S BROTHER
MUST GO TO PRISON
.a ten . : i laj
U Indians Still S'.ff.
  The   until   ap. ' ������ -
Indian*   lia.l   _o.   pro ������ ' covered
rUne ST���I " ''��� m Ih'' sttecta ol theli long >������ ��� '
ill city, to- acroes the continent.   The stlflneas ac
n his way I    * -nmertng   the
and cooimercl.1 advantages i|1(ountaln  hwi��l,  n*ori^ ^
who  ^__________|
,.f  I.
a
lr.
a.    I 111,     IWO       ���
 i. ,     d      ball "i 'h
,-    ...  ��� ��� iii.iu  ��hn li  iirmighi io 'me wij.
nl    ata
-vi'v.;;., ������"
,,,nllng  i<��    repon     n^wM^ ���,���
Kimrte   lUllaa,  Col_pan*  .utlon  Ih  more  j.i..m���������,��/��*
three    inonm- w':,iii)   known   sad -"    -   ���
led signs of snxii 'J
.pine-  in five dais  in ih ��� car i        il
��� ��� worn off bj  fwo d.i> * pra. ilea
By Tuesdaj   tbe Indian-  maj   :������   In
oonsMerablj   hetcei ������    nnd   -lvr
the liH-ais a faster ran foi     eli mo    |
But  thej   now  have a big   l< Odi  to
make up.
Theo t'Hi the TecomsehB were ham-
in   the   field.
Another noble pair of brothers wew
the Springs Di .igh\ at centre proved
himself a star    Peenej   watched t_ts
gam.- fnim .tie bleachers, and if Pal
. in i play himself he at least had
ilie satisfaction of knowing that his
place was worthllj filled. Grumpy
proved himself a guvit acquisition
tlruinpy hasn't ve; bad much expert-
err, i.t playing in senior company,
anil   now   and   then   be   didn't     quite
Arthur P. Heinze Is Convicted in Con
nection   With  Disappearance  of
Corporation's   Books.
VANCOUVER'S FAIR
TO OPEN IN OCTOBER
New
Hemze.
York,
oue  of
June
the
tl.���Arthur y
brothers  whose
Seventh,  Eighth and  Ninth Ar, Dates
Chosen���Will  Not  Be  Serious
Rival of Local Fair.
��� the oompaaj to a . ���- ���'��� ' n
lii.
���
;
l it.
!��>w-i
���1 .
i sab
l-'M.l,
|   ���.,.
.ti"u wnti the compenj n< I|"' thai   while ""
Uon "f  eleotrtoal    eneffi   '''���' f��^ ^u.rriman Is submitting to s
..     v,  rednoi Its Hfh'  ���""'  lieved      Harnman ia	
h etui be ��,u<* "
rates  to  Victoria coil-*.""*'''" lo
���     are    III   Vuili-ou'> 1    .'"l^     I
��� iillal      MHl.lctli.il,     and   Spend
��� in eaten ..ms to Its railway,
���nni imiitinR systoma
_,,,.,, s*i,m
rtitectrteslsn--00-j �����*���'���'
���i���.���:'s al Bemmsrtof.
i��
Trade   Value   o'   Cobweb
'on    .Itu...   -7.    When   the
B. Bridge Fini��;
is.���Steel    wore
-,, ..,���. aonv rleeUm on the big O. P-
a" here  ��-u.'    '-��m>
Big C   P.
Lethbrldge,  Jime
Vanoouver.   June   27.���The     !_r__.i
.     ..  _^^_^^^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^ opening of the grounds of the exht, i-
Hanking  and   copper  operations  have  .
been  the    subject    of    Investigation m,n   asswia*K'n  wl1'   tak--'   l>'^-e  �����
since th.- collapse of then copper pool.   Octobei   I,   s  and     .  and   the  sum of
know  wfcai  iti do with himself. Once  was found guilty last night by a jury  $10,000 has been voted for prizes aad
he  did  see  what   to  do,   however,   be   in  the  l'nited  Slates  circuit court  of   attractions.
went right to it. and proved himself corrupt'., impeding justice by his eosi- Ml. K s K no-I ion has been append by tbe face that two of their a dang roue man on the borne Grumpy nection with the disappearance of the ; pointed chairman ot the atiract.oa
best mon were in DO sort of shape for  had   some   pivttv   chunkv   specimens   l'nited  Copper  Comi anj's  books. : aU(1   1UUI>, Ul,.ni   ooautlUee    with    ail
Sentence was suspended until Oe����.|p0w^> to Mili :o tluu lx)(J) '
The   sum or  lltKM   has   been   voU-il
the building of a grandtand. waich
be of  a permanent  nature,  and
be   under   the  dir.-ction   of   the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^___^_____^___^^^^^^^^^^^^____^____^^__^^^^^^^       grounds and works committee.    Fenc-
A/I'll'    ____    A I M.   *�� th" law ls thret' mont*'-** in J^11 ��'" ;l  ing aud mh*.  nece-sarv work win be
MllllOnS  Are LOSt  ITI ,fln*- ^ *5t)0* proceeded  with aUth aU dispatch awt
I    The v-rdk-t was based on evidence   mo)J1!nl tummiles will be Installed-
C ^^L   \7_.  ...   r\m.~ ��.__.-.�� slmilav to that whlch rt*u,tpd -n the :    In View of the fact that everythtw.
rrencn lyavy uepnnmenx indictmmt o< Banford Roberta ��tor. l8 ln a ruah and the time,, ghort ^
       ~ ' : a*t director of the company,     it was slock and ouwj4e fj^jibii- will h��di_
not accompanied by any ������eoomuienda   ^nsed  etUh,  with  the on* exc-pUon
Paris,  June 27.���The repon of the ship of tills class wer found equipped  tion  for mercy such  aa acewmpauied uf   nora��B;   a splendid   show  In thia
ileted  this j parliamentary   oommlsslon   which   In. with  secondary   guns  of  a  model  of, the Roberta indictment. .]int> wjy certainly  hv forthcoming. A
��� a toe compan.   m a r-"*���  '^"^'".L'iift-IV'^iffeniiiB and ctm'nvc-      ,' ^ niaU.h     ln  t,H, Wllt_e of Wi>* of humanity  to work  against  on  the sentence was sus,.. nded mi il Octo-  lHltt,
ead  *IU,  li�� ,- I                   rh,   i-    ������'    -���      ��uiClei wUl,a      ��         Ucf ^ tlu, arrlv;l, ,��� ,,,,. ^j,       d..fomv   ;uu,  tu,    po(    somp ber 11. the court d^lar.ng  ihat   . > ,    Tl
Ol   *> oao   nni    involv   ,,,���    of    -I       -.    *              , i(n(, w.���-.             ,         ailt,rr|��� sli    ,.,, )m ,,.���. NV1,   h     .  4.     ,kf     NoAIng  fizze-  on  him holding   this   sentence   oyer   Helnaea   tvr I
���V '..,i ,. ���i si Isasl .. ���-���''   caused Hs   it ��n _' "    !       ,W1V ttUle ;.IliS   ;iIui  sprain.-d  the  musolea of  ^.^.^^^ head he might  ba ledosad to bring ;wU,
i  ..   ball       In  i.'iui..  i.'i   ,!"   0   ''r"^ '""V        Loi-ians    beUeve  ,���_ ,,_., M1 ,,ndiv  that  it  was feared          (Continued on  Page ThTee).  about  tiv  restoration of the missing  wiU
IrttO!     ���.���   io   ,nt-,   Into improved        rh..   i n-   ���                    :.���'          .._ ��� _-_____- books.     The maximum penalty under �����
��hed.
the    nav;U    Scandals    in 18.5. instead of 1902. as tl���� speclfl-
 ���  good working   committe.*    will bave
C_ar Is Municicent. 1 t-tat-M matteT in hand.
Helslngfors.     June      _7.-Emp.-ror j    a will be the aim of the executive
  IH    brdge   here   -*-;    *   w<.nt   ucross. 'vestlgat.tl ^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^_^^^^^
pres- afteenooo   aw  a ������   ,,M11  .,  year Kninc*. baa been turned in.     It i.-. a cation, required.     Neither tbe ammu.
*��eofoobweba Ina nubile bouae wae t���s(   one hall a*J   ��*���_.    wor-| wasUeadilni  condemnation of  the naval nhion nor the gtins for the six ships      ^    ^^
0.>)ef���i  uj   v-aterdaj   In  the  counts  fr,���,i oommenewasni-     �����,       ,)���,, |administration for thv past ten >*>Ars   of the Denton type will be completed Nicholas has sent tne sum of $100 to  to put up the best and most ��1^���*
<������ *n i.ppiiiMti,,,.  for ihe brsasfer "��� mecb   Ihstsr   ,httn    ,���'���.  u-.-ident ik*- iian,i  it   makes   astounding  exposures ln   lyu,  UIld   wiU   not   b��  ready   tlll;co>-ie.  the engineer  of    the  Brltisn amusement features that can be P��.
������Ucenont GhnBter   It was i-*pl*lBSd ,������. fatal a*"l on-' mww      ^      Th(, ^ ^  (U,1)lorttbu.    (xindltkni  of    the 1��>14, aud IV.uic. fuis not a single dry 'steamer Woodftmrn. who was slightly  cured.
���I'M    il?,.. attra.t.M     Miia-riciin*-   and ;,.,irn>i during ttU M   ��' -   - ^��� ^^^^     ^~       ^^^^^
Una I..,. . i,��.t.. ....,_.        - *   li.riili:.'   will    Hkeiy   "     ������ Ur^noiiimn   ��in_��    isqo      The   77.0;vessel when they  are finished. |_pon Wednesdaj*    night    ln Pitkipas
_. ~��   ~r   ~r  ���
I bridge
month
opened   next   fl,H.t   for     whloh  France    has
1700,000,000   since    ISH9.
  pages of the report are filled with the
The following wire was t+
^ved. by Prr*ldeiit Lynch. 01
<V WeaUnlnster Lacroeas
tlnb yesterday:
"8hak. eld   ehap-       ',|e��*f
Berlin.  ���'lin''
th.  dlStit-ftttabed
Perhaii- the gravest features of the jbayby a Russjan tonpedo boat for ap-|^ae************^
~ Memoirs douiils  or    tne    mmciencv  resu.ung lexposure is the iaca oi re-..rv�� com jproaching too close to tbe venoeevous
Bebel   Writing  "" BWh'I.  from  confusion  ana  rvd tape,  condl-(and ammunition -upplles at the varl- of Emperor    Nicholas    and Emperor
lull,. _________--��.      *__. -. _---_^^^^^^^_     _^_^_^-.^^^^^^^^1^  __���___!.
^la.lst, who lv a tions  that make  French    naval con- |ous ports and arsenals. 0a> ���*<��_
��� th<   dlStlngUieneo t^n;ntendlng  the latraotloo wst 25 per cent, more than [testified  before  the  commission  that
���'very  sick B*J-J*���5f�� from a m*** English or Oerman.     As un evldv-nce l*t the end of a naval battle of six
m I
of Ms "i;i'J'^,n\ul"llied since |0> these   methods, it Is pointed   out Ijyours. th. ships would find It lmpos-
"Wllllam.
In Search of Pels. ' +
Christiana,  June  27 ������Walter  Well-' *
rt manuaoripta lllU'v.V.s''"   The book ^ cast Iron shells of large calibre, Bu,.e to replenish, and would be vlr* n,an and  thv, other members o* the o
,.  flrst entered^pouHo*^ i;u2    .,*,,��� (vtin<jomn,.d ^p,. tlie accident to the tuallv out of commission. ^^^HUin that Ib to make an attempt |a
North Pole bv balloon. \ +
afternoon for Thromsoe, o
Spitsbergen. wber.*r 4
*     Yesterday's Baseball.
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Vancouver-Portland results not
In.
T aco ma-Beat tie results aot la.
make tbe start.
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THS   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT LOST. FOUND. KEAL    [   VATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FR A T L RN AL.  E TC.
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If a man Ind gold dollars to sell at fifty cents and did not  let the peop|e know mythlng about it. he would not  s
thing of iHc value you offer them in return for their monr>.      Too
VOU   " uat   >ell   the  people  what
many  of us       ve  got  the  habit of thinking  th. IUSB   w.   have  been   a   long time   in
ares.       Use   the   advertising   columns of The  Da   ,   '.'-ws and  keep abreast   of the   timet
,,r to ��rH   wh,  thS)  ihouid    pur_h.ii.     ���
it  everyone   ri'ui'   of   n tci-uty   hno/,
���\    ,NT_3>���A    SM M.T    ��01   I'll
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V ��� MTl>    BY-   YOUNG    M -N    BN
nlghi work
���   qui. ������      Applj   B< i   61 ���
N. W f
V, .NTED    \  GIRL  FOR  GENERAL
housework      Applj   12    rhlrd
nne.
V .NTED   GIRL    TO    WORK      Af
the Royal City Laundrj
W _NTED���Glrl v>   assist    in l
work    Applj    - ��� Ro   i   ������
Sixth  sireet.
LET    SIX ROOM    HOI 3E,    101
" modei n
Improvements;   rent  $15-00,    Apply
.1.  M.  McDoi     ��� \   !���
:        KHiOtt.
PERSONAL.
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE!���W.
���    . .i . ongi - Lai lift   ��� a foi
n ipeci   di   " sn    a    ������ iman
Si nd  stamp :
era Dev.   ipa   i Boi
Vancoui er
SER v.\l.l.i 1  M R3ERI   -
Ltd t Ls       I ,:'     '��� ��� altbj.
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HENRI 3   M RSER1ES PACIFIC
i'... '    t: ��� ���     plan!
:,,],.    \\ ,-tm nater
i       b nur-
its   ���     Vancouv.
ARCHITECl a.
\v.  n   GOOD-ELLOW,  ARCH11 Bt  I
, n   Iiominion Trust  bl -��� k,
LOST.
JX.ST���GOLD    RING,    INITIALLED.
Ri turn Box 25, N< w��
FOR  SALE.
POR SAL�����TWO CHEAP LOTS,
by 132, South Vancouver; off Victoria road, D. L. "2o. Price $175
each; oash J"0; bsieao. $10 per
month Owner, 1S22 Comox. Vancou wr.
FOR  SALE���WK    HAVE    A    NICE.
Sew llx-room house close to Twelfth
Street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and fold water, bath.
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Sei-
' tiers' Association of B C Box 5.,
City.
EDWIN ('��� W.  BAIT,   ARCH! .EC 1
. | .    .. D   Bl     k.     Telephone
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE >,,"i'
R      .1       \l. Nell.       Over     T      OvenS
. ksmlt    ahop  on   Eighth  ���*' ���
. '.,:���: ;a_e.   built, repaired ai I pall
ed      All work guarantee
PAPER HANGING _ DECORATING
l    HUDSON    W .LL   PAPER    ROOM
M   . nd  Ba
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:
Proi I ���   ���  '���
H<.\ \l.     Cl 1 V     l.'.i-.i
I    in    Od    ���
i      ���. Friday <
,     I     ���    - 0.
I.I.   *   \ *���   ' MIS
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IS; Court
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NOTICE
TO MUSIC LOVERS���AT A BACHl-
flce, a Brlnkerhotf p'-ano in petted
| condition, splendid singing tone, almost  new;   $250  cash,   or   $-00  on
1 terms to responsible party Apply
P. O. Box T96, or at 417 Ko-irth
street, city.
i ROOMS TO RENT.
RO-VMS IN THE PYTHIAN* BLOCK
to let in suites of two for light
_.r>'_s-.k.*.ping.        All    steam-hea:ed
J With hot and cold water, gas
riin-ie an-j electric light. Terms
Cio.erate Apply A. H Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES   _   CO.
Rea! Kstate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and sunurban property,
260 Columbia street.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     OO-
dealers     in     electrical    machinery.
fixtures and sti; ;     *   house wiring.
armature   wiring      motor   repairing.
'    etc     Bank of Commerce building.
'phone '.31, P. 0  Box ��2J
-_BBBB_B_B_BHB-_B_B_B_B__-_B_B_BBB------------^ea--a_a_B_B_fl_BB-^B-_B_---Ba_B---i
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J.   I.   MERRY   &   CO.   PHONE   A501
Corner   of   Blsckte   and   Carnarvon
streets.      Have opened a feed  and
breaking stable for horse*     Horses
for  sale       Reference  furnished
picture postcards
COOK8LE1 B        PICTURE       H '- I
card    are on sali       t M    M
Slai Btoi     .ic   Gamon s 'c_
��� divan, F Ma
md  "The  l-'air ' Col u    11
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE _ EDMONDS MAURIS
ters and solicitor-. Blackle block
Oolumbla sti sei   New  W stmlOMei
W  J   Whiteside, H   I.   Edmonds.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON  ai   -YUNG,  FISH. FRUIT,
Game   Vegetablea, etc.      Hcgbie -1-'..
opp. Windsor Hotel
FURNITURE
W    i'    PALES,   THE   FURNITI RE
Dealer Upholsterer and Undertaker,
com-- Acnes and  McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call Sl
WADE WHEALLER _  MoQUARRlK
(F. C Wad-, K. C. A Whealler, w
G McQnaxrle), Botldtors, Harris-
tete,  >t       4.'  Lorne  street, opposite
courthouse.      New     Wsataitneter,
(Phone 113). and the Vancouver of
fice is st N'o ',, Royal Bank Chambers.  401  Hastings Stre��:   w-*t
OBOROl I MARTIN BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block. 00
lumbla and MrKenxi.- St�� , New
Westminster.  B   C
W MYERS GRAY BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public CurCs
block. Clarkson street, op;vmlt. the
Court House. P O Box 136. Tc!
ephone 64
GROCERY.
FOR THK BEST VALUE IN GRO
ceri. pbone 286 The Pure Food
Su] . y Grocery, P. O. Bos 811.
TAILORS.
G W.ViN   LADIES    .ND SI   K'fi   rAI
l'.rlng.       \   !:��� *��
In      n il
*
- k      Knt-   ���   ��� i,i   st
Clarkson st
WOODWORKING
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
OO.,   bank,  office  ani   store   fHtl-g.
i .
.n i   '.- '        �����   - '���          ���  a-:d ���"������I
m tt.-.  furnlabed i    Brookea,  pro-
- -nr      \\ark ���   reet   I ! \��-nth
,-, I car Hn-      P   O   -._��� 2.'.l   t_OOa
4"3
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
PRINTERS.
WBSTMINBTBR PRESS FOR kvkky
kind of Job printing Midget loose
leaf lodg rs. Oowle Carboe Papers
Phone :,;,. p. O Box 142 om
Dally   News  Block,  Sixth street
,)  0  y    ami. Y LODOE  NO  11
rhe regaler meeting of thla '���"it'
are heir) in OddfeHowa* hai 0" hUB
bis stre.- averj M"n,ii> avtotag
at S o'clock Jas .>r*_ i��.-n .oble
grand,    w   C  Cnathsm   ree   �����
-t.iSK  OF    COLUMBIA   LODOE   NO
I     115.  Bon��  of    Una and     ll   s     l<��-4
Baas    i>��'rr'��-   neets    *���  sad   *nd
fourth Wedn-aday of SS. :. month
In K. of 1' htll. Agn-- Btr*. I at ��
pm      wi.it.-    Roee  l>eg ������    r-nirtn
W��dne��.i��v     In   rk. h     u. >n h.   ����im-
: n.e .ini iii"      v:��::int brethren
cr ii i 1;.     I'.'t- 1       ', !i,weli.
prt-s , H   Disney, S'-r)
BALK BROS. & CO.. LTD . REAI. ES-
tate and Insurance Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. draw-r 100.
ARBOTT & HYDE, (V. H C ABBOTT
Proprietor). Real estate. Insurance,
loans, notaries public, con*, .yancers,
2;s Columbia street. P. O Box 247.
Phone 321.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B C.
���P. B. Brown, manager. P O Box
656,   phon.   3,4.
[TEN ACRES. FIVE MILES FROM
town.tODe mile from new car line;
six acres cloan _; 6-room house,
ham.      Price,  $2200;   terms.
licADAM _ IRWIN. COLUMBIA ST..
opposite th. Postofflo. i'-ox 874;
; One 4SS. Real estate and Insur-
��� ce, money to loan Call and see
��� our list of city, suburban and tarm
;.-���>��� befor. pun basing else-
v. here
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N VRARER, B. C LAND SLK-
rveyor, El.ard block, New West,
mins'''r.  B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS ANO
smart turnout. The Fa.-fhion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE BCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New "A est-
min.-iter. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B v MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacture,  and importer
of mounmental to . bl* Idlng
���i". etc    Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia    tree)   New Weatmlnater.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNYS  RE8TAURAN1     _    CAKE
Tickets,   21    mrals   for   M        B<
cooking   All  white crioks; no Ori.-n
tai labor employed.     Open day and
nigh'       Opposite tram  oftce,
ROYAL CAFE v\lrh Archer propria-
tre.��s) Four courses, contil-ting of
soup fi*l, boiled eatraa or roast,
pudding or pie,  *- ,.    oBOfl 01  "
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE   BEY   AND SELL   FURNITURE
and   all   kinds of  new   and  second
hand  goods A  Bpeck,  Dear  Tram
office.
STENOGRAPHY    _.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7.
Gulchon block      I"  O. Box 684
CUSTOM       BTENOGRAPH-       AND
Typewriting;   copy    work,  bus,-.
letter -    etc      Provlni a    Offlce, v..
! imbls Btreel      Pbone 61
A   M   D   w    FRASER     >DOi '��� l
Heedacs the Brsts nd third  I
da> in sack bob!      Visiting
r.-n cordlallv Invited '." attr-nd
I. ...    ���- I     I * odd
Ml.iw*'    lock   CU
COURT BRUNEI. I    NO   W88   LO F
��� Meets the lOurtb    Friday    In    tho
month   al     I     i- n, k    In  tho
hah ,.fw*k
FRATERNAL  ORDER  OF   BAUU-M,
A-rie No  10    Meets ��������� ������ 1 leedaj
eveatng  u *   pm   in    th- _*ci���**
hall. Colum1.1,t Btrwet    A   Clark   U
I'-, *      il    B  bOfiS   I    s.-cr.-t.iry
SONS OF  SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
BOd ll I ."'I   ol    lh..    I' ��� *     '
1 I] Meets Ofl the first and third
Tuesday .f averj tnoetb In K ,,f P
hi       i'.-f  ���,-.   BauMdaad
BOARD   OF   TRAM    NEW  '���'. I Bl
minster B>,ani of Trade ma is la te.
Iioard   room.  City   Hall,   rh  follow*.
Third Thursday   of   each   m.,:.-
quarterly    mating    on   th"-    tnira
Tburedaj of Fsbntary, May, Aug-ist
and   N mber,  tl  ��� p.m       Anniai
setli   ��� on 'be third   I      * '
Febraarj     New   men. .era  n ���
1   and   '-b-' '��� _    ���'      ':	
,       io irtertj    meetlag      .     ii
Slu i-' Ws l<    ae.   etarj
|-
l ed,   ar.
*
SUACH
F. 0     oi tl     New V 1��1
LAND    HEG'STHV    ACT
T��o ... i aaa
register I
���   ��� und.-r   a
tag  Sale  de. and
treai tiv w.
* ��� -.   .        si
tth ���'. .���   ��� I Januar).   \   D    1 ���   ,
and   Klngulsr   ths
:ntel ._  :��nrt snd pr��m ��-�� ���tt'iste   ly
���      tad    VrlDB      In . -     ,    .
U BSD ,: Ster ;: tl ������ >- ��� I . ������- ji ���
Uh ('���      ������ ' ;j    ��� - :     , ���   _      ��
and di��.Tf|'id U !->'��� ���! H II an I
SH     of   i_ ��� | j'.iiri. ,Kl   lll.v-n   11
"i ���   .   sn|   ���... :    ������' ,       '-i'i
���>, cn'.-i ti.. r:��im ,f ,'.��. ut pur
rbsssi srtthta ta��ijr-Sve days from ia����
Of tbe flr��t [. : ,,f :M_ n��
'I'   a ���      ��    ��.       1     <   .V        ���      fc-'r        y      )|*
-r. as ewaar Ibersod   n tea      I   I
l berebj  iiirv*r'    tb��-    paMfeal '
this  n'rilr*.  In  a d��H��   ii'-npi^..
*      ik ..   ; ,\   Nee   U esl
st   ral bs fi   | aad susVi
en   ���   ibereol
I^iii*-l   st   lhe   I-*n I   U"��u        '   *
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Columbia, tl
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v        . .   ��� .��� ��. ,      |
Gsyiy*   I.��'a
i ���    |    k I
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and   Iboea  rw'tr.lnx   thr _rnl��-r
and   a!: mini   any
latereei in it-.? aaJ     is I   ..   ���
any  unrrK s'er-d   ll ��n 1  all
. ��� ���   ���-��� ��� Viiminr  >���       -,-���������
BSid        '
ikh r>a!a("rt-,! aad. oristoas of
(he "Lead Registry ��rt. shal; be
formr "���"::��� d sad -*-i��rr����d rmm
��� v   ���. v.      .    .    in reepeel
of Ihe  old  land no  �� i, 1  far  tat,**  a*
I by th.    Lan i Real'       v
LAND   ACT
COrr,OM   L*nd   District
D ���������net ot Qu*en C-j-.U. Sound
Tak.   r,,>!|,.   tha.  (i   |i   Jsi .  ��-,n   ,1
Vanoouver, oocBpetioc nhiM-i, rancher,
In'end"    v. apply    f ���-     penalaaloa '"
lb.    followlai      !��� ���-��� i     l   land
-    ii.-lng  at   a : mi��vl    at
the w��'��t end of LSWU �� snd, UMMS
n'.rlhrrlv   aaStWI i herh   sn I  we��
and     tn.ri ��� . '...l..��log     the
-.bore   line   anmnl   -bn   l-Vinl   t
point of oonuDeacetaeat,    >-��'ntaininit
IM  nr-iv_   nmri> o-  les*.
Slaked  April Sth.  ISO.
OLE R   JACORHON.
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
-IN-
THE DAILY NEWS
SYNOPSIS    OF     I
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tbe land .
a��  '���
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if ���*... setttet ���
i. *i lence   ujon   fa-
'ti lo  th^ rioter.
-     �����.'.-'���-.    v    r-
thr said land
i -*>o!h��   n    . .
be   Cl*��Tl   Ui   Ihr   . OVI
mlawa i��nd�� si .."..��
i.. ap. I) Ier p��*'n'
t'4*\     (''imi   minini:   rl,
least I lai    a period .if    ���..-.
^���an   Bl   afl   annual   rents     t
tr-,        v>t    we    tbai
shal!   '.    >*����� '   '
'. mp��nv        a   royal: ���   Be tl
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N II      l'BS'_ rV'-I. d     pal
lhl��  ��dvrril����rr.rn    mil     n. :
for
SHERIFF'S    SALE
I' ������% In- <       of      I '
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I'nder ��r,rt by i aril
e^-     direci
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tr...   nu} ini      l   '-    ������-
ker,  defendant,   betaj   a  oo.
ter��_tin        '.      ' I  .
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lennii, I I   ���   beei
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TENDERS   WANTEO
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Head of Carlists III at Vemce���Report
Causes   Consternation   Among
His   Followers.
S-vedish General  and Chief of Russian
G-ndarrrerie   Are   Victims   of
Murderers,
Bark Wanted
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Madrid   .1 ine  27    Don   Carlos,  the
v ' '��� "'!��� r to the Spanish throne la
dang. musl. iii ,,,!,] , said to be dy-
li in Venice 'in. nea ��� reached the
; Ish ton un office todaj I,.. ;. |��
h from .n.i Bariea wbom the gov-
'  i,rn.in ha ik. idowlng tbe pre
tender and his sou throng-iou. their
exile in France and Paly.
The d<'spavin-., assert u,,,i i>m
1 oe was stricken with paralj i today ami thai ins condition Is moai
critical. The r< pon has cneated the
utmosi oonsternaitlon among the Oai
lists throughout Qu-rope and especially   among   the  faction   in   Spain,     i   |*
realiai ii that tbe death ol D. n Carlos
w'lii aiiiiosi surelj lesnii in in,, dis-
Slpatlon of the revolution,-!!-, orgaJilza.
lion Which lias moi-,- in |. ;-. i-i mus.
Ij threatened the Spanish throne tor
more than th quart, i - ol ., century.
Stockholm,  June  17.-  The   rial!   '��f
tho Russia- -,i_   Btockhoim
bs    -���- ��� ��� the neni .v..nai
Inatl.     lasi nlghi of Major-Oen-
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I Artillery. .\ man dressed ai ., work-
man shoi General Beckman in the
':'' ! neai v , Q and Hotel, wound
Ing him in the lung. General Beck-
man died ai the hoi pivu, to which bs
was liiirri.-.iv tran f. ��� red. I Ue mui
dere,  a  8 . ,i  i*��� shots Into
his bodj a  mortal wound.
The R . vi yachl Btaodard
with ii, i ,. Ial i-.uiiiv .,u,| Foreign
Mlnlstei I , aboard Mas arrlvK :
under the i ��� ; 0i five wb-shlps The
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nnd Que. i ��� ,   Forrfgn Minister,
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CHINA
Gum.  Was Clean.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVLK AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturrr,   and  D.aitr,  in   All A.',,i_
umber,    Lath,    Shingles,    Mouldings,
Interior  Finish.     I urned  Work,
Fish and  Fruit Boxes.
Ijtrge Stock  Plain and  Fancy  Glass.
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1.umber  Always  in  Stock  for Fencing and^Draining.
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New  Westminster
in   v off.   Nell   l-'-ik.-r  ���
Inn from Ctou. tim. -
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,     ��� home m.
'   - - ' '���'���    tmlnsti    could h ndle.
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������    ball oui ���    ending
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The   Refer��e   Mix-up.
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nsplred       ��� ��� ������
:   ���'��� :.   on
Alec   Opens   Scoring.
Still i i Belliea e
working set the example ol _    | boo
Ing with a beauty from .
which gave the goalkeepei no chanci
had   ���* -. i. the
work   v. ben   'hi-   oc. . :   the
..i an.    oi
H.-for.- tbe    ��� g Dad
ul!  and  Bryson   got  v
-    from   which   nothing
\t   ih- home end  Querrle sepi   in a
effort,  which Gray cleared.
Tea-rs Draw  L;vel.
Gilbert   and   Dorking   burs;   In   the
Ing  of   the  second   was   su-
���,--ileI by Tommy Gifford.    '1 De
returning   the     ball,     Winte-
i   .*.     passed   lo   Gen   Turnbull     who
,:    ��������� in a long distance  shot.    The
Bnc-a brae  o'  all   kinds���Pickar d's Painted China,
Some you see  costs more, but none  is any finer;
There is no finer rr^de to please  my  china  trade;
De-. gns are  very fine and the  goods  are  all   high grade.
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS  FOR  PICKARD'S  HAND PAINTF.D CHINA.
i   . ins had the   est ol tbe next few
..;.  minutes, and msde all kinds of feints
...   ., reak -.rough but could do notning
......   With   the   Westminster stonewall    da.
x   rag.
, . .  |       lohtlng of .special  mom-em  nv
.    . . j       ���      next   few  exsabaagea,   until  Grf-
..,   f     -   getting the hall away to 1-elker.
. ���   BCOre   was  equalised   by   Quern .
.'-.   "ish   from   the   face-off  and   Jack
Bryson  was  in   with   another half  a ;    t'pper  Praser  thn r  to    CbHliwa.
This  l.-ad did  not  con-  an(]     way    points���Steamer      Beav
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yjjjj? BX. Coast _. Sailings
FROM  VANCOUVER
To Seattle���L>al!y at  11  p.m. iii    ct
an : :   am. via Victoria
To   Victoria���Dai!;,   a:   1"  a.m.   and
1 p.m.
To  Alaska���Every   Saturdaj   a-   11
p.m.
To Prince Rupert���Everj   Saturday
at  11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte  Island���S-
and  1 Oth of each  month.
To  Nanaimo,   I'nion.  Comox���.
day and Thursday at 2 p.m.;  Saturday
at S p.m.
To  Nanaimo���Daily  at 2  pm.
TIME  TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
On  Friday
.-.. menl -   ol   tin    two
bad de.   led nn< ���   i be
.. of p        fork. ������ ULe laler
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER
Model Sign Works   Small Accounts
I '�� E   AND OPS*MEM*L
PAINTING
������us Block, Sixth Street
'..������.. Westminster.
Th_0.   P    Young    f     .
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... Vork,-   ���
tevoi >u. liked ,
SI ship.
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a   li -     rfv    ofl). lati     ��.. ��� ���
-������   however   ifred no li-sh  -,:,-
ter.      The  telegram  from  I   tap
Sweeny to Lionel Yorke i ���:������:���-
.   ��� v -    .:..--���... v. rea
lov -
Sir   Edward's   Instruct.ons.
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DO   SO  TODAY.
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AND SAUSAGE
AT THK
W_AT���   TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER   $_ _.000.000.l>.
Onlral Meat Mark! TheRoVaIBdnkofCanada
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Osrasi rijbts ��t  ��� _.   ^irta a����b.��
PMONS   B70
SOWELL  a   OODr.   ProvWa
F   B  L> b, Manager
��� Mineral Waters
The Question       Aerated Waters
furnli ��� '  ��� '
Manufactured   by
Is Answered  j. HENLEY
ictlons   ' ��� -     Sli
���iton   I   here
Ue  -i-iie^   ol
iween  New   Westmin-l -  and   i ���
dubs  i"T    in.     . I.
I]    DO*      abOUt    to     Ik-   played,    Mr
preeMem ..i the Bl an rocka
ol Montr.        ��� ing the other official
li ��.is ultimately decided thai both
���. d  go on bj referees
:   : .....      ap; ��� :������ r\   had  any
- .  11 red.   it   is   hai!   to
no   di*..-*- ���   ���
md all ��-nt smoothly, the
���   -.--.-.-.   in   a  pert. - Uj
...      .    ��� ;.���
Dispute  Over  Umpire,  Too.
Tin- w. ...  the sourc.
[Om   PblUlps  and
Man   Bs '   .Utcouver,   ���-    ���
.   ���    - N< m    Westminster,
how. . - Phllllj b,  and
^y. : "1    BSJl
I    '.111  ,,-V V I. i    Sj   .ra'
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, ,,.s*. *  ', bifid
the   Hit*
THE   GAME.
v .-��� long, for after Kinsman had ]HaVv._ Wesunins'er at _ a.m. on Mon
a Bared from Gt-orge Rennle, Rountpee ,Ju., \\ednesdav and Friday; return
��� ran his check and threw to Bobby {ng'leaves Chilliwack at 7 a.m. or
.; hart, who put the teams level with Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
a sho! which gave Gray no chance, j.*or further particulars call or ad
tbe Indian., combination being _ I * dress
*
Tecu.nwehs Play Rag.
This wa_ all the scoring of tbe
luarter. and it had been done in two
minutes from the time Charlie Querrle had scored. Doughy Spring distinguished himself in a burst righr ln-
'.. She Indian* net. but ran grave risk*
' of getting h.* head cut open in con-
sequenc*- Foitnnately this unhappy
result   was  avoided   although   he   was
GOULET, Ag.nt,
New Westminster.
Or
Asst.
C.   B.   Foster,
Gen   Pass. Age_t,
Vancouver, B.
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Bring    Ocid    Man    Down,
Kelk.-i   got   v.-   ball ;    '-'���������������
Spring in thu faceoff, and   _<  Indian*
went on   a ith a  rush     .  mmj   Utt-
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���   spring in-.,,:.,  * returned e
to iiv Indians <am,, �����!   .-   ,.��� u   i'um-
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Dad  Tm ni.nil's  return   to
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. ions   proved  th. n   i      i      bui |
'.:v and Oraydon u-ok som.
\  for iiiMn-ahie abootlng    Alter
��� laj in which Spike Ileum-ve, re-
, a. Bd Matt Harr behind the n i. the
Salmon iieiiie.. i.^'k up the ajjgreesive
.md ma.I,. Roy Knvuiaii bus> 111
Qraydon cleared, and Ions and .
turned tbe oentre ol attraction to th.
borne uei. The Ti-ctimsi-hs developed
at onca tbe tactics they continued toi
us,. iJiixiugiiout tbe matob <>f getting
a spare msa down field, and then with j
aver) detenoe man otaeoMd, leave the;
idd man  to  'ry and  bT\-,ik  in     How- j
er   lh.'   Cliffords   und    Charlie   Gai-
biiiitli   were   t-qual    to   the   OOOaBRHl, L (
Ami all the principal ����-������. ""'nnd   nothing   cairn-   of  the   ,n_��'.ivor :
ONTARIO, QUEBEC snd the MARI- iUlT\U): [his quarter.   Archie Adamaoa
_, _,.......a.. up  against    the   big   point   man   hftl- '
TIME PROVINCKJ. UtUfl showing,  but otherwise tbe T--,
NKW   Vt^KK and cumsetis bom* had    about  an    even
Niagara Falls, hwltht ��������* th^ B��Jmoa Belbes' defence- j
address Oeorge Rennle a Star.
The  furious   burst   with   which  tho I
t.-ains had startt-tl out, to the pleasure ;
of   the crowd,   began   to prove  Itself
OB the boys, nnd play settled to moiv
norma) conditions.     Grumpy   Spring j
put  In a  hot one which  hu  the up-!
right, thus saving a score which young |
Kinsman could not haw caught. Geo- j
Koniile continued to add to his nvpu- j
tatlon   a_  4i   Marathon     runner,    and ,
I'lnie und   again  when   the  men  wvre j
bunched   In  the goal he   would  ��*iip
tack ami catch the ball glkimg away
t>a*fore tht>  Indians  knew   what    had
happtm-Hl.     IU.  and   his  brother  did
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���_������_. r\M_l_.     Mftiif-    ;""~ w*'r*' in ;i s!;'''       terror because
I 116     U3lly     ncWS  <-i the pre* , gboal
which  mad-  mo.*i  unearthly  nolaea
w'h.n  tba  m..ii-. ;       aniv.l bere
Ieaterday   h>-r  nap irted   that
th.   .host  whi.-h    ' ad  terror
throughout   th,    \, D   l  out   to
towawbj  who een locked
of) with the cargo oi pumice stone In
He waa pui    i hor.  at the
i isi port before the .     ���     tarted for
Am. rica.
p ibll r The Daily News Pu
Ing C .1 ny, Limit. ,1  at tb. h oil
The D il ' N' wa Block   ci rn. r   I  Me
Ken
E. A.  Pa ge Managing  D -ector
MONDAY. JUNE 28.  1909.
GOOD WORK
������in. nt cannot
���     ��� \; lifie I  th ,:, In  '   ���        *,   of Ori. n-
migratlon wl ,      l bo much
������    ill   in   British   Columbia.      The
miss on ol  thi   Mini il  ���
r, Hon. Mr. Lei
��� mc. menl fi - tbe r
I ��� .  . :i to Can-
i-v  at   V   : J the
I.        y   Mil Oi   Into   the
method .   Oriental  la -
were induced I       I      ���       ' ���
(- . al mission        ���: - -f the
depul v    thi     bu Ject ot
(   . mtal immi. ra
Jrom Indi i in fresh in tbe puhlic
i I, and all show iho scope and In-
<   ���,*.:,.|
of Labor, and istra - thorough
end Increasing attention given by the
Government to the industrial in - rests
ol  the country.
The Strang, m. nl eff. U ,1 by the
Minister of 1.,-iior has resulted in tbe
practical elimination of Japanese im
rvzration as a facor in the BOCtal
and industrial l:f,. nf Canada. Thr-
Governmenl recognized that ivmadn
Is .nd must be a white man * country
and n.s not hesitated to take prompt
tenon to secure this end. At the
same time the Government r > Is. I
th gravity of the question and the
desirability of proceeding oa lines
compatible with the present standing
of Canada 3S a leading and progressive counTy and an important mum-
bo- of the Imperial family and no
step was taken without a du. consid-
era*ion of tbe lnteres-s of thp Km-
pire
As a result by following a course
dictated by reason, and sound staies-
Biansbfp, not th" Conservative alter-
na:Ire of political expediency, the
Wtshec of Panada were realize with-
Ou- he least dismrDance of the sood
relations prevailing between Canada
Bnri Japan on the one hand, or Great
Br;'_ln and Japan on the other
In dealing with the question of im-
tti* ration from India to Canada, im-
per... interests were again considered
_o;i iy with those of Canada The
Deputy Mini. *r of Labor consulted
the British authorities, to * ��� ��� what
could be done to end the lnriux of
Ea.*' Indians at Pacific port. Canada did her best to protect i_e interests of her own people without arousing the antagonism or re<.-.,ntment of
tl... people of India, and Bough* part;
eularty *x> avoid increasing -the agitation and unrest at present existing in
thr eastern  dependency ol   Britain.
As in the ca.��e of Japar. t'anada
th-nugh the Labor Depart m<-nt aca'n
succeeded in securing such an arrangement a* she wished, promptly
ani effectively, through the British
Government, and no Sl ; wa; taken
detrimental to the _rea' Interests at
th- E:npire, while not failing to fully
protect the welfare of her own people-
��� ���ii the growing importance and
Signify of Canada among tj_j na' .d*
of the world, Internationa: problems
wiii confront .Canada ��;:��� increasing
nrgeocj and ll i- well to see how
ta-1| illy and wlsel) ��� ,. !_: ��i _] <, .
ernment have succeeded in handling
verj   awkward  questions  which  have
-. wltl::. ' be pa ���' tew . eai
curing   all     that     Canada   could   a-k
-.f  dignity   yet  ' U I
.:.--.. relation
��� .   ia  perfect harmony with the
j ���       -.in. n-       In  v
ii..:. li  l-  well -., i, ii.���
��� -..-.-     ,  ���
' on   tbe   ��� ���
��� tion  would be ��� i
<      ���     ��� attally  an I     eckli
tered  the treaty  with Japan, cs
thi  . lattom  *, b v,  -
empire
STEER  AS  LARGE
AS  HIPPOPOTAMUS
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AT   THE   HOTELS
Russell  Hote .
Richardson, Montr.
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G ui.   on    ,.   I
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IV. H. L. Grieg, Vanco iv. r,
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II   Hunter, Vaj   ���
A    E    Howard    \ luicoui ei
\v.   K   B rrj.  Vanoouver
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R    .   w    -     ��� rer.
.i. Joliffe,  Vancoov.
, /ancouver,
, ������    .n  B-.O'ii. Vancouver
R   G   ���*t<:*.K*i...i;. Vane. IV.
D   Campb. l\  Vancouv. i
1.   McPbail and  wlf.    Be
.  r   MoOonaell _nd wlf.    .
order,   and   from   Uie   A   0    U    W   und
Canadian Homo Circle, �� tl   which be
wii... , onn. ���  _d     The pall       ���      wer.
Neli  V''.-. a   w    r   Cooksl. y, Angus -
.Munn    U      \    l'n.l.   R    .1    Kickuian
.,:.      H     H
John    ii,-ndi>    and    i!iiiui>     \.   a
among   tho ndlng      Over   on ���
red the remains to the
-..>-.'in.   Bei vlcei  being
,   worshipful master
ii,. in- are ,   conducted
io    ll
Francis Bowell.
Th. ol    the    li '      Frank
Bos ���      �� bo a us killed on '' hui * in >,
will : '. ���   tod .'    .- tb.  . id i i ���
Iowa fro .-'.       .��.k,-
on, La. ng  the
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STORES   TO   RENT
Th_   new  Odd   Fellowe* hall   on   tl - ' '"    tf    E'ah,h   >n(i   Carnarvon     BtPeets,      a
occupation  on  Augu.t   1st.   There sr,   three our   wall-lighted store, for rrnt      For p    ���
the   undersigned.        "The   first   api '������*   ttrti   ShaleS
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block.  Co!u"'i_..i   stree
PHO-v
NOVA   SCOTIA   MINERS
MAY   GO   ON   STRIKE
	
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and ��� : .   '..
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It exists In i in  the
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w 11  probe        -    !��������� .      I on
T.i- lull
'GET  T HE   HABIT'
OF
Odd Lines Letter Pads
10c   EACH
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
The  Eair
646 Columbia Str ���'.
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES  TESTED  FREE
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ind
Windsor  Ho.el.
A.  McDonald  an.l  wife,  R ��� -
N   McDonald, Rossland
E    B    N.-tt, omv   ,"!'.v-
Harry Uwis, N. ijaknt.,
ii H-airn   Chilliwack
R. Nowell. Cbllliwa. li
H   M. Sake--. OhH    ���
_   Bmlth, <���'.:���:. la
H,   Hall.   Chilli^
.1   Chevrier, Chli Iwa k
Mr, .md Mrs   ���-. .-...,n  Langlej
H. Jones, Washington,
Yarrow.  3.
Durkin. T.     nto.
D. Bpsirron   Calgary.
W. Tarrenl   Vaacpaver
Mr*,  A   B_ Baaton    and   d-tight
Lethbridge.
J. C.  ChlSholm, Inwrholm
G.
D.
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P.
Find Out Al)out It
Free Trip Prince Rupert and Skeena City and Return
Fare, meals and berth, everything included. Spend Dominion Day up North; return July 5. Finest week's outing in
the world.   See the  "New  Westminster of   the  North."
FUNERALS.
The
Millar
unde-
���o_2'-
,Ian,.~
cha pin
T:   11
Wltl
in-env
���a.  ..
A. M. Fraser.
..   of   th..-   late   Alexander
Fraaer   took   place yeeterday
the auspices  of King  9,i!.>-i..n
N     17   A.  y   and  A    M     Rer
���in  , Bdata4   O-   acting
-    of       the    lodge        W    M
Sampson, aMend,-d together
.���-"ier offlcrs of -he '.odg�� Hi I
���rn Many beaatUul em items
ent, particularly tho*,. [mm the
H.D.MOON & COMPANY
M* Marion HuiMinjr. SEATTLE,
Enquire   of   McADAM   A   IRWIN,   Columb,.   Street.
|   Today s Shoe Prices at
^JOHNSTON'S
Men's Shoes
Men's American made shoes. tAn"
;>atents and oxblcK_s; r-egtilar 18.00
line- for
$300 A  PAIR.
Men-     (jX   o,-d     la. ���-     an I   OXI
!,<*,.-   mad,   with   merry   widoa
lets, a styli*h young man's  -
ular   .- '0;
TODAY'S   PRICE    $1 25.
Men's white . an ��� a - sboe ma le
f;""-i .   v ���       won i
$2.50 A  PAIR.
Men's i,i,,-* j, r-.ii:.       -, ..     comfoi t-
I    .--nd Cool,
$1.50  A  PAIR.
Ladies' Shoes
Ladies  tan bat) * oxfords; b I
shoe, oni--  a few left a<
|1.7B  PAIR.
I-idlen   plnkr   bhie and   white   T "���
. in-.l    ���-'oi-s  for
$1.7.   A   PAIR.
Ia-II.-  black kid oxlords. win-  ��� tl
eni tips.
|175  A   PAIR
l-i'i ���     elastic font h"us��. il p
95c   A   PAIR
Ladles'   regular   t-' 00   '���* hi'.    I Bl
"xfonls     II.ad.-   wl'h   Ca '.III    Ul I
$1.50 A  PAIR
Children's Shoes
Children's white canvas
60c TO $1 00
M   les1   lUM strap   ilii pe
11 to i'   f,.r
85c A   PAIR.
Cblldr. n i barefoot i
f- ;   th,.   v-rv   ti.-Hi   inaile,
$100, $1,25 and $1 50 A PAIR.
Week   Beginning
June 28
High-Class  Vaudeville  and  Moving  Pictures.
BEARD  A   MERDY
Human   Kn..
AERIAL  SERPENTINE DANCE
II,    Melmi.
TAMING    A    HUSBAND
A  . ,-n _y  sk��-trh  ',,  c ui ,:i _   .
lips. ___,
ED    MARLOWE
���      V      |0-|
MADAME    KAISER
\ Beaatil.  I
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday.    Change ol  Prolan-
Monday and  Thursday.    Lower Floor 25c, EUlcoO? **
Gallery 15c.
Curtain rises at 2:15 and 8:15 P. M.
Jun.' .", A big, Bte r
��� > - d iiiii ty miles north ol I v< icbon,
v ,, , taken '<> Alaska-Yukon-Padllc
. {position to show possibilities ol Al-
bei as natural grasses The animal,
although onl) three or lour year old.
. lands 6 feel high, Is 11 feel 2 indh. .-���
long, measures * feel 8 Incbei around
in. girth, and f, feel >.n the hips und
weighs 2560 pounds
lh,. steer was worked In an <"*
beam last fall and was turned out on
graes, never seeing the Inside ol s
bua ble  throughoul  the  winter,
li is iii,night the steei will before
th. end ol thv bosj on weigh 3 .00
pounds,
GHOST ON SHIP TURNS
��� OUT TO BE STOWAWAY
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
New    York,   June   11    While   the
���tvimship   Moncenisio     was   touching
in Mediterranean ports taking on lm-
migrant* Eor 'b'^ country, li l�� reported, cabled bere] thai the psa* n
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
%-
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE    IN   B. C.
New Westminster, B. C.
��BBBBBS.
ADVERTI5E  IN  THE.   NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 28   ym
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE - tVK.
THE
Cash Store
T. H. Smith
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' M. EXCEPT SAT'.:DAY
Cash Store
f AT
Great Savings in
anv ONE WHO  *-���.-,:, T0 _EE  TH
More Specials for the Holidays.
CLEARANCE   OF
LADIES'   AND   CHILDREN'S
ST   .AW   HAT5
���   I   I     i
��� *  "'���''���'���*  a
B   BS   ��� v    -
������'   ' 1 ...
tack ep to | 50.
��9 50   DRESS   SKIRTS
FOR   $bOC
In   alii.- I-,
wool taito
��� ���   ��� ��� ' ���   ��� .   - lit-.   a
iir***
;-.       1      .    .
I 1. ...     $5 00
NEW   ARRIVALS
IS   DANTY   NECKWEAR
\  beautiful selection of n>���*  JabotS,
'. 11 1. col ars    owe, wa -.-.  In
white   or   colors,   musiin.   and
neatl.    dged with lace, snd em-
��� ��� ���'.      Be.   these from   ���    -. 35c
\   ihlpment    of novel Mes  Jusi   reading   M.rry   Widow   and
- pbu, also a splendid v.v
ol   Bell   Buckle  Pins,  each.  35c
10     $1.00
BARRETTS-  plain or carved, light
an I   dark     ' selection
each     . .        25c
MOST   DESIRABLE
WASH   WAISTS.   |1 I
Tbe lor 1 v > ���
44..     _,_.,_      ���
rang*   of   -nhu,    �� .-...   �� i SI
i> '.-1 in   I. ��� Keg
. ,,-  ral �� *��������
Colnn_ stockings wi...      ick  Shoes
is  the  latt-st   tsshloo  hint  I
I'.iree      Biiown   here la  al    -
and designs; best and most np-todate
tock of I-idl-8' and Children s Hose
In the cltf, from,  -rer pair 35o
Bl ACK AND COLORED
SILK UNDERSKRTS
. .- ��� ... .. ��� ia . 11
1.. 11 .
. . ,-.     1. a ,
.     Kiiuir, .    .     5
\;1 v,,r,-* i.iri.v.i of sommer
, lores in lisle, net, etc Ladles sn 1
Chlldr. a * from, per pair 25c
MOHAIRS   AND   LUSTRES
AT   _5c   PER   YARD
���r..n   places  Dl   vii-V   mv
.11.1    Iliolial- "   "U'!"
���rid.
hull   -.    and    . lil',I  ' P       ������
the.   leal   pei
25c
A  SPECIAL  IN  CORSETS
FOR   HOLIDAY   WEEK.
The well known P _ A. Corset our
, j.   '�� quality, all sizes tor $103
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
J  / ��������v   '    i.     j      4 *.,"    /T     \
FURNITURE
For reliable goods at reasonable prices see the
The Big Furniture Store
W. E.  FALES
.-  public  Bohoola (dose "n Wed
��� -  day for the summer racat
-   f.,r th. garden a:  11 ���
ISI.
y  ll. Green   Third street
celve  1 gain onl i tbe first. Mon
���    In 0. tober.
Don'i forgei th.    a 1  ol m letca   in
it J   11   'i odd      to ���-. Bui r
evening. -
practice ol the Rus-
ell   bai  ball    team    thii  evening at
���  ���    10 o'clock.
I.,. .
.funic I -
M   M   Flnla: son   of the ti
���
rday.
: - -   ' - cut Bowera aad any
-    i ,       - , I :  .
" '""'���-  l " It will pay vou to let us fill your orders.
D, J   M. Don >. 1, ol Kamlooi
'il"'";    8enl com Starch   2 pkgs. for 15c  Choice Seeded Raisins   18 oz. pkgs
���    end    on                        with  Crown                                                                                on, 10.
gent   lam,-- 1.    .. Jain, in glass bottles, per   ottle    .15c '   	
... :.  .-,   ca load  ol    Ko   n ���N"'A Potatoes, 4 lbs. for      25c  Rhubarb, 3 lbs. for . .10c
I Flour.     Full assortm nl   f - z ��� ___, ,
-. now in stock.      Hale  ti - - '"m���m F'f>^- P*' sack *1-90
ft Co., Ltd. ������ 'This is a good bread flour.) Tetley's Tea, 3 lb. tins for
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
612613   AGNES    STREET.    OPPOSITE   LIBRARY. PHONE   176.
BUY     YOUR     GROCERIES     A
L.Adams & Deans
Carnation Cream, 2 tins for   15c
$1.00
Thai     I _.-.-. delicious,    WOO Per a No. 1 Ceylon Tea we recorrmend   Braid's   Best  at   50c.      Ask for
read   you  bo much  enjoyed  at      ar  a samp1*-
friend'.,   house was   made   with   H 	
- : Flour. *���
Tbe Bom oi Scotland win picnic on  AT.AM . &��� DF AN^s  Groceries and Crockery ware
irsdaj   at   Westmin-'-:    Junction.   ^**-'^��. *��*���*> ��- _^l_.--.l!-_��>.,-^-^.^^_^.	
There  will   be     Sco ...      _..j
TELEPHONE   97. COLUMBIA  STREET.
PLEASED WITH MATCH.
Old    Lacosse    Player    Delighted   Witt-
Clean Display.
Dr Norman Taylor, of Golden, was
a visitor on Saturday to Westminster,
calling cm Dr. and Mrs. Manchester,
old friends-. Dr. Taylor :s an ex-
member of the Capitals, of Ottawa,
and  is an enthusiast- of laoross-
He came to the city' specially to
see Saturday's match for the Minto
cup, and was particularly pleased wi.r.
the game. He expressed the opimon
that it "was the cleanest game he had
ever seen in senior lacrosse, and tha*.
no team gave a better display of Canada's national game than Westminster. Dr. Taylor left on the evening
train for the E_st. He Has been ln
Seat-ile while on the coast to visit th_
expositlon.
Todd's    great    clearance    sale
pianos   will   shortly   close.     Jump
now and secur. a bargain.
Hurry, hurry, hurry, if you want to
b iy a piano at less than cost. Only
three  left  at  J   H.  Todd's. ������
The Lcdn.r races, Set for Saturday,
w re po*tjionerl on account or toe
weather. They wlll be held In the
faJL
The I. 0 O. F. building will be
re idy for occupancy about August 1.
J J Johnston, acting lor the Odd
F< II ws lodges, has three nic_- stores
in Die buildin to rent. For particular-   s--t.  page  4. ���*
The monthly county court sittings
w >,.. held this week They were
;������ tponed from the regular daya on
account of Judge Howay being en-
i; ���-. on court work in the interior
I  e^..:er in the month.
Foot hundred dollars cash buys a
.modern home one block from Columbia street, the balance may be paid
monthly. This house contains nve
rooms, bath, linen and other cupboards, fitted pantry, tiled kitchen,
v. raada front and back, and n:ce garden. Price only $1800. White, Shile.s
&.. Co., 62S Columbia street, city.      *��
| ^\s Wednesday Is the las; day for
paving provincial government iax.-s,
'and obtaining the usual discount,
ihe assessors' ofPcp at the courthouse
wil; '-e open from seven k> nine
o'clock each evening until that date.
Bowell & Oddy will close tomorrow
from 2 oclock to j for the Minto cup
name
Rr-v   R  __   McLeod, of Vanoouver,
preached   a   sermon   in  Gaelic   at   SL I
Andrew a  Presbyterian church   yesterday afternoon.      The service was weil
attended,  it   being  surpr>sing   what   as
large  number  of   people in   'his city ,
understand  the  language of old Gnu!.
Thosg  wishing   to  secure  l-ianos  at
li -���*     uian     wholesale   price     should
call ut ��nc- at J.  H.  Todd's store, as |
only  a few  instruments ar.   left and
theaa are going rapidly. ������ |	
The Epworth League of the Queen's ' ,
Wenu. Methodist church wlll meet I Th* pleasantest way to spend Satur-
In the league parlors this evening at da-v afternoon is to take a river trip
s p.m.     The topic    for the erenlng
NOTICE.
$100.00 reward offered for the arrest and conviction of parties who
intentionally cut logs loose from
above our mill Sunday morning. June
20th.  1909.
FRASER RIVER LUMBER CO-
JUNIOR   TEMPLARS.
Boys'   Brigade  of  R.  T. of T.  Attend
Divine  Service  at  St.  Paul's.
The Royal Templars of Temperance
Boys' Brigade attended service at St
Paul's Reformed Episcopalian church
yesterday evening.
Th. attendance at the parade was
not so large as it would have teen
had the weather b-^en better, but a
lnrce number of the members of the
brigade turned out. There was also
n good attendance of the members of
the Junior conn, i: of the R. T. of T.
The sermon of the evening was
preached by |J_e Rev. A. de B. Ow.u
who took for bi? text the passage in
the Epistle of Paul, to the Epbesiane.
ln which he exhortg the Christian to
"put on the whole armor of God."
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April Isi the steamer
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and way ports. Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAY*
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, .eaves Westham L*anil
every week day morning, except Friday, at "a.m., and Ladner 745 a-m.
Friday leaves Westham island 6 a.*__
and Ladner at 6:45 am.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
to
p:.. iv ���-.'.-��� ior uie evervv ,- Steveston anil back. The SS.
'will be taken from the gospel accord- Transfer leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf
ing to St Luke, the text being Luke &t 2 p.m. every Saturday, returning
VI.. 20-38. All friends arc cordiallv same evening. Fare one dollar for
Invited |the round triP*
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CAKCKOSS, ATUN.
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dally trains (except gsndar)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
Take a free UO'i-mll. trip; spend
Dominion Day al Prince Rupert and
Skeena City Passage, berth, meals.
everything included. Enquire of Mc-
Adam ft Irwin. Columbia street.        '*
One of the largeal Sunday school
picnics of thn Season takes pl.ic ��� OO
Friday, when the children < - Queen's
.venue church schools will go by
special cars to Stanley park and Eng-
lish Hay Three cars have been
chartered to tak the party over
which will number over .00. A small
charge is made  for adults
White Rock Resort���A Splendid
[Stretch ot sandy beach, rendering
bathing safe and Ideal for children
��nd adults. Four trains dally each
way. less than one hour's rid., from
city. Good water. Camping site*.
$5.00 for season. White, Shlle. .-
Co.. City.
An entertaining day i> promised all
tin.s,, who attend the orange demonstration on Monday week at Queen's
l��urk. There will be a procession to
the park starting at one n'ciock. and
speeches and  sports wi'l follow in  the
afternoon. The B*sJid lodge officers
will attend. \ ball will wind up Khe
proceedings
0. w. Dawson, In ;<- tor of penitentiaries, will leave for the East on
Wednesday He is nc.*- in Seattle taking in the A -Y.-P. exposition.
P.  BURNS A CO.
From thla date our drlvera leave.
east and west, Drsl trip at villi a.ni..
nnd second trip at 10:80 Jin. sharp
All orders placed before ihe.*.- hours
will be guaranteed prompt delivery,
und aii meats on time. Please be
sine io sen ! order* early
Afternoon delivery, 2 ;>:n snd IV.o
p.m.,  sharp.
P  BURNS ft CO.,
per y. y tuavks m meger.
I    June 21,  1908,
it
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Live Stock Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious loaaei
which they have had to suffer in ��he past. I represent the on:y
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying thia class of insurance,
and as they do not hand!, any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
leginmate loss which has occurred on any of the company's policies
since they started business, h,*s been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter is an
instance:
New Westminster. June IS, 1909.
A \\" McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass ,u
Ltd.. Now Westminster, H. c.
Deer Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
ihe prompt settlement made for tht' loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my Claim form was only completed
yesterda*! 1 rmvt> alread, received cheque for $200.00 In
full   payment. y,,. n sincerely,
(Bgdl      .1. A. GIBBON.
You nay be the next to lose so r��   valuable   stock,   enqwire   for   par-
t;culars.
ALPRtD    W.    McLEOD
INJ.UI.ANCK BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
PHON* 61
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THE   DAILY   VT"TS.
MONDAY, JL-.
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,1]
ABOUT  APPLE  LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line   and   V.   V.   and  E.   Cloverdale to   Sumas   ..ailway.
Mail Service
Westminster Defeats
.mu   .    .'it  period,  ii".-    Tecutaaebs
,,-k  and their fiaatfc efforts
,,,       ,,k  tin*.,ugh  ihe  stonewall   Una
1, ,   crowd  poktaglj   to  017  Bar
help    Rouatreo f.K>1  H��e tnlautea Ibi
.   .m.i Hi,- Indian   rn ��������� tore .1
...  ,,.-. naive in ords.  thai  lb*)
inc.- up it... abseol cbeck
v       .:   aad   Len   Tumi.mi
.   .,,, .1 .,- . mpta, inn thei,- wai
,    v :.: 1     oon    in   tbe  .iu,ut. I
.dameon re. 1 Ived from Qoerrt-a
.  -m���:,.:,. mn.    BOOSODa should
.   .   . 'i  foi  holding   Uee Turn
it tho     ''-   '  '������   *    "'  ' "''"'''
. ,..-.._ ,1     n ���   - an e thn   1 nded
oals to foui In favor ol
after  "' ���     "'     '','     clean.
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Summary.
FIRS r Ql  \ iii'KH
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Summer   Reading
All the latest Hooks in stock, and a
of the Seaside Library ami  Km-1
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New   Copyright   Fiction
Popular   Copynghti,   Cloth bound
Popular   Copyright!,   Paper bound
Englnh   6d    Novels
ftaaatda   Library
11.1      jnrj %i
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TODHUNTER & BURR
i to< >ks*lli'rs. St.it loners, N��-v\ s(|,   ii, r s
ruori  to   J    J    MACKAY   A   C
\ lai
81 ah d '��� nd -��� . -
d rsij d< d an I end     ed    T. nd       toi
Posi  1 ifflc.   and  Customs Fiuii
Ladysmith,   B.  C.,  Pul
will  be  received   until    4
Monda]   June 21, 1909   for thi   work
mentioned.     Tenders wil] not ii. consul, r. ,1 anh b_ madi    .,   -. an . In accordant,   with    the    cond       -  con-
t.i'i'*,! In forms furnished by D<    1 I
ment.
Plans and    Bpe. Iflcat.oi
.   ' n   on     :i, :  I..,   on     I      M      ���������
Bell, Caretaker, Public B illdl -   Lady-
smith   H   C-.  and  at   the  D.
of Public Works, Ottawa.
Bj  order.
NAPi'iLKON TESS I
_
Departmenl of Public Worka
wa   Mai  -���:   1. .9.
owing are 1      I
\,.��  \\ ��� *i
I..ill;    ��� .-     ..
ing tbi
Bi a rule, l��<
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(Veninui-rl from P . ,.
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-   ��� stated
;     . .  :       ved dally ei _ 1   v
1 ...     .. ......:..-
, ���  .ed Sun :.... are the      N. R Sou
C. P. K. east malls, a -
Ml     1       oqultlam.
\ - Belli.
Ptnj t,e��
The   Trarr.t
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Ma,Is Desp-i
...... 1. . ������. ��� .1   0 -
the previous ni| ian fis
G. N. H. owl
* a.m.���\ ,m. . id  ��� .-���.- . ..1  - ���.
H. C   r.       ,
Firsi       t     . Icing
��� .       eluding
1..-    ...., ���      I and d
.    ���    :  .   extra
11 tin.   �����
tti   -_K.-n   *.   1
cnture  Victory   .n  Third.
���    :    .
THE FRASER
VALLEY
LAND
SPECIALISTS.
Pretty Parasols
A   FEW   MORE   OF   THE
15c
SIZE   JUST   ARRIVED.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Cc'u���t a street.
-
met, Claybu I district, j
don an I dis
pat. :.. I
5 un.���I .     - .. . .
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and h.  . e aad Han id ine Indian, ei
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.-.-... hi rain    *
All Surrey mnlli
Lloverdal ���. Prairie, Ma |   off
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wa; -,
Hill. 1 ia George Renak
ind  South  W. . ���    . : - netted
.Tuesday and Frid ...   . .
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urday an extm m      id...
vleton     ..1   \ uncouver at   'nis  hour
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FOR .SALE
Seven-roomed house, modem improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avi ie,
Price $8000, half cash, balai e
tonus. Apply N_cQuarrief& (
Front Street.
MUHOV WL PUHh
F'li'    Po'k     ',i.ii,'l    ii.    f a
B��it    et   fkm-e, 1    Porfc-
PAciric
P -��� Kells delly, Clayton on Tnei
Fri lay and Baturday;  '! );.
. ���  Tuesday and _*. : i     :���: -a Ac-
. . -d.iy and Friday.
V_i,ouver an.i  Burnabj
: B. C   K'-  *f.   Belli
Meat Market J^��
--...- -       ]  In  red,
New Wea Tbe
BsUd-0   V n    thai   able
served
nnd the 1 sment announces I
after    1     ��� *       gam.                will
change tb.
.win ..;-a... the.ro*
Phone 192
McV.MHT _  Wh\m\       Columbia St.
aa. '   '
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lowing    local ��� Barnet    and   *"  " ' ' ":
P, rt V ., ���    ������  ������   Meadows  port Ham ���    "
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED   PICTURES  AND   ILLUSTRATED    SONGS     OF     THE     VERY
HIGHEST  CLASS.
mond   Port   H mey,    Ml ision     '
wack, H.vri. v Ho-
V ������  -    v..' . ��� *   3| ��� *   ���     v-. [gi    Nli
-   ���    ,m! all   notnta    ssl
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PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY.
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL     MATINEE     EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Adrnisscn���Ch, ld-en    5c,    adults     10c
J. M. COMPTON.  Manager
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor   to
Mayers A Preston
Office,  Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box .45. Phone 105.
Viails   Received
6:lr   an ���   ���    .    BeattSa,  iu
eluding all  U. fi     oil . , i;   N   H
��� ��� is
... .
-���   :.. .       :���:    .'    K ���
Ra Iway,
-��� tin i,
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Saturd
ion   I. .���  :   flfl   \ :i i
���  10 ���    P. R. east (1
Bappeiton    F:.. ���     Utll     ���-, i   -
'.   ��������� : :., Vancoui n.i Pai -
and  Kras.-r Arm
1:30 p.m.���Baal Burnaby, byoounei
2:80 p m ���Burqultl un       , ourl ir
3:20 p.m.���Blaine and    tteatue, in
cliidini; uli U. S. points
9: i"   p ii     Second   Mall  eaai    sad
dosed niali from Sumas, and Beattle,
llnciiniri- r   s   a   matter, and also
Irrase-- Mills.
i	
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��� ... ln
de.
Hi ��� -i,n faile. bags
��� .-
���', d not
Westminster
Transfer Co.
n,"rr. �� ���
Kanv
thing i       ��� ��� '
. th ���  "f  t' ���       - * '  srai  .. I-
[w- |   ,.  tb.
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rfflr-e 'Pbone i8b.     p, ir-   Pbone iv
Colurntu    StrBB.
iihk.' in-    li Uv. t i   prom    i    '<
any  i>art  ol v.*. etti
Light and Heavy Hauling
OPFl .F   . t i-. a vi   i)f.i4i,i
Dominion  D��y   D,nner.
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. ��� ���     .,        ,    \to
mini.        I'.i
ASK   YOUR  GROCER   FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
Aid ie* that  you 8��t .1-
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST   ARRIVED
For   Wrinl,   Barley,   Oali,   C^opi.   CMc��en   Fted,   B--ar*
etc.  tth   u*.       We   will  ��tr   that   you   j}ft   it   promptly.
HAI �� BROS. ^ CO
IT   PAY3  TO   ADVERTISE
I.N
THE DAILY NEWS
Ph0n,    J3_.
1-6  COLUMBIA   STREET
.    I
P   O   D-->
NEW
Summer and Autumn Goods
for   Ladies  and   Gentlemen
A lieautlful Hue of malarial for
tailor riinde coatumea and aultlnga hat-
juat arrived.
We guarantee a parted fit and HOOd
���p'orkmun-hlp.
WING   YUEN
Kwong  On  Wo &  Co.   Block,
Columbia   and   Mclnnta   Sta.
Pbone 54. P, O. !��*���_ 6V.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
Tradc Marks
DcaioNa
CoevRiaHra Ac.
.""'' ��"ni1lnf ��� ���katch an. de��nptlon ���,.,
lairkif ..    ruin our opiol>,n frM nlmiirr _i,
l���V-t,v ,,    ��� i r. .,��l,:f t, _i. r lfcr,[,     ClitljjiiNl.A.
nonim   ��� f >.nnBacnir_l. HANDBOO- '"" f'��"r.,.i
������".It' ���' ��^., , f tur rr^urtue imi*',"..
IM.;,  . -..����n tl,r,,uirh Munu 4 Oi. null
eet.u,.        ., -nh,mtcb��ff _, |nth��
T��
Scientific jflmericdtia
A hjn,.'- mmf niuatn_wl wMily, t_n,Mt cu
��ii��ii-1, ifiny aHanrlBa jerntmL Term, t���r
J*�� ������ i      ��� ,**,, p..^.*.  pr��|i,ld.    Willi bj
MUNN rto��"^.
Br-.,. ���,. ,i��o��. he 9 St. VaaSiatBK ii.
WHEN   GOING EAST
I _____  THK 'I [I K l.i    AM. . .
I ..  .-I.NU ITOU  OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
IV, nt    Train*   Kvery   liny in   ibe   ..��ar
HK'I \\ BIN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THK  1 WAIN  Ui' KAMK
111 K        NORTH -WhbTERN.        LTD
Embodies ilie-  ueweBt  and   ueat  ideai.
ior   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, uml
'.-I'XI HY. It la lighted wlib l.oiti
rlectriclty and _.a��., tli* moat brilliant
ly illuminated tralu lu the world. Tli"
'Qiilliiin-nt DOIMdsta of private woiuiiurt-
iii.nt ciira, atandard 1. section al��e|,
srs, luxurious dining csr, reollnlag
cliHlr cars (sAats free), mod-_n da]
ooacbes and buffet. Ilbrury and .noa
lag cars.
For  Time  Tables,   Folders,  or   nm
further Information chII on or wrl>
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue. Beettle. Wa.li
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they have'taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C.  E. TRAVE8,  Local  Man��9��r.
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101 MONDAY, JUNE  28.  1.(/.
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THE   DAIL.   NEWS.
PAGE   SEVK.V
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British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
I IME TABLE
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ROUTE.
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Van
Friday.
Ol i
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'  Not Allow Von  Buelow to  Retire
Unlil   He   Has   Corr.pleted   H.s
Work.
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Hn     June    _v    ..    semi-oil
mnounci
...   .   ol
Bis a
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'IN .TER-VICTORIA      ROUTE   e
leave Vii   -.-..,  for IP ��� iiv     y_ .
tbe
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Vi   to
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Kmpiri      nd I
WE   ARE    READY    TO    SHOW
bow ii is ch. ��� k     -, buy oar
hlgh-clasa    building     materials
than It ia to jitirclni-.. tha poor-
kind,     v, e    can po nt    io
witn i.nr mate-
that   never   need   repairs.
We  can   point 1 others
that need  repair* all  tlie  time.
H it 'li"-.   were not  hunt of our
��� lata        ���). ������    wi are    real
nees Ilea?
WEST
',",;      1
on   Wed
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd
.
v
IT COAST  ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
i 11 p.m. i
I
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I"URED B .
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i,  Cape    Scotl   and ��� furth, r   ;>i in -
v ,;o.   noi  knowi
r"    :n   No   I" ]
LAND  ACT.
[Form -\'o. 9.]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
' - v    Range One.
Take notice that, .lames Watson, ot
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
Vein, ouver, 15. ( .
VANCOUVER NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S.S. Joan
Form of Notice.
of i Rang.   Oi
���\.. t O. B. Al
,.-.i  Vancouver, B. C, occapatloi Vancouver, ii. i ., occi   ition       -mer,
tod    oli    the Retch-j Intends to appl      tor i:. . apply for permission to pur.
"' cl        tbe toilowing d<  ���  toed leads:
Commencing  at a post  planted on
.1
He
ed  aa
will
orltj
In    tl i
Electric Railway Service!
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li.,      -     . .,    ;-,        ,.,.,,_    t.i,.n
. **  Bd      .-,   ���  .    ... c ���       in      ���-
��� ��� ',   when   ' ���   ��� -v ata
vi ll   be presente
V it   7
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ALASKA  ROUTE.
Ri Vai ��� ouver
ily 9.
���*B       M
imenclng al a post i anti d I .    : orthea i   shore  ol
-small bay os north shore ol  ������ Dated j,i���.. _th   1909
: ,
NORTHERN  B.
���
; iiiid Jul.
ROUTE.
���ea Vancouver
Kiel,   June  27.���Beyond    the
political   situation
V   "ti   board   tbe    Hohen-ollern
���     ������-  i..  known.
InUrurban
Lm*.
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11 or  Bt
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Promotion  in  ExDress Company.
T .ronto    I me   27.    William  Waeh,
I ���  many years superintendent of the
Dominion Bxpreea Company   ���
appointed genera! superintendent,
land    dated   June  4th,   1909.       Apply
for tbe  whole island, ooi -   more or less
100 acrea mor.- or less.
OLE  i'KN.IAMiN  ANDERSON
Per   S.   H.   FORD,   A .-:.*.
Dated June tth, 191 v
Owl  Inland.
Applying tor
the whole island, containing id) at res
- d
JAMES   W'ATSO.N,
Per  S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
June 6th, 1909.
[Form   N -    I
LAND  ACT.
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B.C    COAST   MAIL   SEHVICE.
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ifter
- ITALY WILL CHECK
WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC
FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
y- im   N-��   Westminster    Monday,
'    ll  ISd iy  Bad   Friday   -it   .am
Prom rhiliiwack Tuesday, Tbursdaj
i.nd Saturdav at 7 a.m.
Recent   Inveatigation   Discloses  Horrible  State of  Affairs���Fake
Marriages.
 :
hritlsh Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Lid X
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For   reeervalloni
rail or  addres.,
ani    information
ED   GOULET
Agent, :*.'..-.% Westmin t- r
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\* ���   Gen   Pas*   Agent, Van.    iver
j. W   TBOI V,
.;,-neraJ Superintendent Victoria
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,, B. C, oceupation, lady,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described la_ds:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Klaoitsis island, a
small island south of Turner island.
Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for
the whole island, 40
less.
DORA ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent
Dated June 6th,  1909.
[Form   No   '.'.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Ooast   Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described Utnus:
Commencing  at  a  post   planted   in
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island,  the largest  island  in   the  Indian   group.      Dated  June  6th,   1909.
Applying  for  the   whole  island,   conacres   more or j taining  60 acres   more  or  less.
BERGETA ANi__RSON
Per  S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
.DVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Borne, June 27���The tlalian bureau of immigration supplies the fo1*
lowir,.- -nformation a_out female *mi-
, -.rati, n to the l'nited States.
"It lometim-s happens that a woman residing in America comes to
Italy and returns to the United States.
accompanied oy    four or    five young
1 rirls   a hom she passes as her daughter*   ,t   relatives.       She  Is   generallv
MAKE YOUR APPcA. to the publ.c ����� *�� {�� % ^ffffSSSs |W -eTaorthwe.* corner bt Davies IjjU Dated
through the column, of THE DAILY -. ^ are _rtIHnR ,0 mam. jv pir]s island. Dated June 6th. 1909. A.p- \*Jh* for the
NEWS     The Morning Paper. v,  overcome   anv  opposition   on   the P'^ng for the whole island, contaln-i      *' .-���������-�����   --
pari    of    rhe    American    authorities ing  200 acres  more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
[Fonn  N'o. 9.]
LAND ACT.
against their landing.      It Is needless '
Has "KOBIX HOOD'-the Flour that is Different-
been used in your home yet?   You should start now.
Don't put off trying this wonderful new flour.
m   to say that such marriages are a mere (
formality   and   that   the  girls   remain
at tba mercy of the woman who im
pOrta 'hem
Form of Notice.
Form of Notice. District of  Coast  Range One.
District of  Coast  Range One. TaJ-e notice that    Frank Jacobson,
Tak" notice that John Oteen, ot of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far-
Vancouver, B C occupation, farmer, mer, intends to apply for permission
intends to appJy for permission to to purchase the following described
purchase    the    following      described -lands:
LgjHjj,. Commencing  at  a  post  planted, tart
Commencing at  a  post  planted  tnia sma]l bay ��Q north shore of Bend . -
Dated June  6th.   1909.      Ap-
whoie island, contain-
g .'J acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6ti.  1909.
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Theta la n *������*����� ��e Bear fsr t-  ,��� ��� tbao most women 'hink   I
la differ i      fferea.    In ma      ���'    difference In method
knrt��'   ��� ������;..;���   the Hour   *.:.
,  ���*'.    '
"Robin hood" i        .���>   -       * ...  .-*.u a difference there
oaa  -   -��� " aad poorer    Houi.      li la msde ol    tbe best
H.i-1 . -,   .     n- :* lhe neweet and most modern In
tbat wa  know   hon   to
.void tbe ���    -     sdra .1   '       bsi   Improvementa in the
.:   .     Bd    -'
"robin hood" i .             I ��'i wbo   have   used It ta Canada
(���,,.,,��� ���������   tlour*.      Don't   forget
{Mn . i.            made from "Robin   hoou
. ,   ��� ��� ,              i most nntrliioi-     It   �� the finest
loaf your hutbanri. your cI*.11d������'ri Of ycu  yourtflf  can  eat.
M��� . u -robin houu   | andw ,i positive guai
I,  .        k.v  twice
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ROBIN HOOO
effect of adi!
Par  S.  H.  FORD,
Dated June 6th,  1909.
Agent.
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Hole    Ul>
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'0BIN HOOD" flour is the {'lour that is making
Sent#0n Approval i J
To Responsiblk Peokus
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
F/>e InK Pencil
Your Choice of
$
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Two
Popular
Articles
for only
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[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
of
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice   that   Ralph   Jacobson,
Vancouver,  B   C,  occupation,  far-
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that Adolph  O.   Johnson, ot Vancouver, B. C-, occupation,
|farmer,  intends   to   apply   for  perruis-
I mer,  intends to apply  for permission  sion  to  purchase    the    following  de-
to   purchase   the   following   described  scribed lands:
lands: Commencing  at  a  post  planted  on
Commencing at a pos. planted on the norih shore of Crib iaiand. uated
the southeast shore in a small bay on|june 6th, 1909 Applying for the
Compton island. Dated June 4th. j whole Island, containing 90 acres
1909.     Applying for the whole island.'more or less.
I containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON.
Per  S.  H. FO��D, Agent.
Dated June 4*.h. LMK
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agenl.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
Poii
paid
ta any
���ddres*
a."   !.,_*.
[Form N'o. 9.]
LAND ACT.
I    nsation in western Canada.    All over the west it
it.   The question neighbors are
.ein_z
talk.
cm i a no
a   tic. todav i
e vou using
that new ROBIN
liiutlrat.w-* art Lwct I,:*
Every pr n nanntecd
full .. K: bcUd Gold���cat
un riglit hautl nuv be ba.i
la ettbet our kUntUnl
btick opaque pattern, or
N��'u bmkab-C Transpai-
��nt, ��. desired, either in
plain or rneravn. tiniah
a_ preferred.
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|^ Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
-*.% Maj title Bid- .
Detroit. Mi.-!.
English Watchmaker
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice,    that    an appli.at on
has been made to register Peter Hen-
jderson as the owner in fee simple, un-
!der  a  tax  sale  deed  from  the   Reev.
land clerk of Surrey, to The Corpora-
Ition  of the  Township or  District  of
'Surrey, bearing date the 31st day of
, December, A. D-, 1901, of all and -in-
: gular  that  certain  parcel  or  tract  of
! land  and premises situate, lying and
be-ing in  the District of    New  WaSt-
uiinster,  in  the  Province of    British
Columbia,   more     particularly   known
,and  described  as    Lots  3  and  4,  ot
!Block  4,  being  part of  Lots  7  and S,
Group 2. Map  456:   Lot 7 of Block  4,
being pan of Lots 7 and S, Group 2;
i Lot 9, of Block 4. being part of Lots
7 and 8, Group 1'.
i    You and  those cliilmtng  through or
under   you   and   :U1   persons   claiinin.c
  ,any interest in the sai.l land ��� y virtue
of any  unregletared  Instrument,  and
Form of Notice. 'all   persons   claiming   any   interest   in
District  .'���   Coast   Range One, tba Bald land by descent, whose title
lak     no 1,-,-   ihat   Albeit   Hunt,   <>t  ls not  registered unilv   the  pn��vistons
|Vanoou~er, B. C, occupation  farmer, of tbe "Lund  Registry  Act,'   are re-
intends    to appl.     for  permission  to quired to coutest the chum of tbe tax
purchase    the    tolloirtng    daecrioed purchaser within forty-live days from
laiuls; *tu> date of ;he first publication of tins
Commencing at a i��ost planted In notice upon you, and 'n default of a
Lav on north shore of __'.���-; Island, caveat or certifieete of lis pendens be-
Olle Of the Anderson -imp. Dated ing filed within such period, or In de-
June 6th, I!"1'.'. Applying R. the fault of redemption befor.. registra-
whole  island,    containing    160  acres tion, you and each of yo-u will he for-
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take   notice   that   Jacob   Jacobson.
jof Vancouver,  B   C.. occupation, car-
lienter.   intends   to  apply   tor  pennis
(sion  to    purchase    the  following  described lands i
Commencing at  a  post  planted on
'the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated, June 4th, 1909.      Applying  for
jthe whole island, containing 50 acres
: more or less.
JACOB   JACOBSON.
Per s. BL FORD. _geat
Dated June 4th,  1909.
[Form   No   9]
LAND ACT.
HOOD FLOUR?
>���)"
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Gold Watches for Ladles from %i2.fi
up-
Silver   Watches,   gent,    open   fac*
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents'   open
$750 up.
Agent     Tor    Wiiltham    and
Hatches.
Watch  requiring a specialty.
case
[more or less.
VI.B1.I.T   HIM.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  .Hine 6th,  1909.
I Form No. 9]
LAND ACT.
Elgin
F. CRAKE
Form of Notice.
District  of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that  John Johnson, of
j Vancouver,   1!    C ,  occupation,    salesman, intend-, to apply tor permission
lo   purchase   the   following   descrtbvd
'lands:
Commend ig   at   B   post   plantel   on
t       .        ,        ~       . . __ tlie north shore ol John island, an te
nse  <oor��  from  Ceo. Adams. Groer _!Uld  tR,,vvei,���  Keea Island and  Davies
���������  Island.      Dated, June 6th, 1909.    Ap-
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE |pl>''ng  for  the  whole islnnd.  contain
ing 60 acres more or tesB
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per S.   H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June  Oth,  1909.
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Horns Paper.
ever estopped and debarred from set-
ling up any claim to or In respect of
the said land, and I shall register
Peter Henderson as owner thereof In
fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for thirty days in
B dally newspaper published In New
Westminster, will h-> good and sultl-
cient  service  thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office.
New Westminster. Province of Hritl-.li
Colum. ia. this 3rd' day of May, A. U.,
1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District   R-'glstrar
To Yuk Cbee, Ch.-w Sing Kap,
John J. Weir.
HE HOME PAPER
Is  the Paper That  Prints  All
the     Home     News.
Ths    Dairy    News
10c a  Week.
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THE  DAILF  NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE  28
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PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
EVard  Block,  New Westminster
Edison Theatre
Animated     Picturei     and     Illustrated
Songs.
m THE LATEST HITS OF THE
_ SEASON.
Program   changed     Monday,    uw
jn?sday   and   Friday.    Special   matinee
Ifor ladle*  nnd  children  Saturdays at
2-::o p. m.
RINGS FOR ALL
I   have   a   splendid   assortment   in   those   lines
BABY   RINGS  FROM    $1.00 TO $    1.0
LADY'S   RINGS   FROM $4.50 TO $11000
GENTS'   RINGS   FROM $6.00 TO $ 15.00
Glad   to   have   you   call   and   look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmake* and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
FOOTBALL TROPHY      !
HUD SECURE ON ISLAND
HAMPERS' SUPPLIES I
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4       OUR       STOCK       OF       CAMP   4
* 4
X    STOVES.   ETC.   IS COMPLETE.   ���
* NOW   IS   THE   PROPER   TIME   X
e    TO   PREPARE.
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l_.idas.vith  Obtains   Big   Lead   in   First
Match d1  Series���Rovers In  Bad
Luck.
will soon be here,
and you should be
prepared for it. We
have just received
a carload of jars,
in pint, quart and
half  gallon   sizes.
-riir "IT Don't   forget   J.   H.  To.
.LEteSt imperial in"--:^^1''-! Instrumenta all tblB
1 '���. week.     The store will    ���  open everj
-]      ri ]       v..ning.      Those    wanting     musical
PrOVeCl       -jell!     Seal-  Instruments ..-  _-.���-.��� bargains do not
fall to attend this
ers. Prices are very     j R TODD'S    I
Big Music House
-p.. ^ms, COLUMBIA STREET.
Pints 95c	
l ., V,   I ,    \\ cviniiv:       ,,
I |i(       ,,-,.    result   ol   .'he  in *i   .;.ui ������
i: ,    Football .ii;, on Baturda
;il   i ui.-.iiinii   la   explained   i.y     tw.
in, ���     .i   local   referee   Init. a i   .,:    \
i ,,:   Vic oi. ..   .a., -   ii.i i   v., i,
ij   bo1 b teems, and ;���. roui
.in <-, h ,-h i i .
., d.  ��� :i ol tbe \- esi inlrut. , men w.-i.-
_oclulej  bad nol pui In an ap
... , . ,.,   �� ben  i '"������    "v   a are ��������� id!
ind Strang a.,.. . greed upon
,    , apvnii*      1 !������   show. ,|   great
pa   ; lity,  nn.I    the    Rovers    object
.nun-],   to bla rulinns
Handl. apped bj  al. knees ih,- "A - :
:   i..un.  partlcularl)    tbe    i>>r-
pul up a poor Rune, bo's   11 i
and   Bruce   at   back,  p       I
��� idldlj   a* .I'd also the ii.'ail-- ���
in view ..f tbe foot there wei
n.l Lad] - i'.i h ,,ni> scored four
times, from McLeod 121 McGulre snd
Adami   'inr- ai.'ti-      ��� ���> . i ,-���
ih.. Rovers   defence,    Ti,,. rearrange
in.-in  oi  the  f.nward   line   since  tne
match wl��h tba Celtics did not
ii su.���������������--   .ind when ti.,    -       :
is   played   '".   Baturd ij   her.     P. rej
Hooper and Jol
BOWLING
Duck   I'm   leagui
and  Barbara     i      McD. id Ol
,   .
Tomorrow    evening,    Qrabam   and
Currle rs   Bryson and C,  P   !��>'
...   ���. evening     I'.- . ���    and
Winti .'.��� vs Jon. and Daj <)
w edn. la ., team wlll io lo V i
...  .  ,  v   ,la    th.   Tei mins s
DIVERS   ABANDON    EFFORT
Fail   to   Recover    -<~c.e_   of    G    N.   H
T r a i n m e n.
An. lii-i-   elfi :                      rhlcb wl
be thi          -a ..!���   ..-������-.
inn     i'   Dli -   - -.   _-.     '��� ���         I.   '
-.., :..            Engine.
Zi. ,t,v ������ i   .in I .-  i :       who
wen ���  ' :       ... en  si
tbe I          11 - ��� ��� i- brides      After Uk
:. ���
dies     ih.)    d.   . le I  to
on the ofl    t Ul   ibe I '���-'��������� mami
���.   ��� ���
Some    tt   ���   ...      ...    pi >'. -i i
ir,   raise   'V      ��� : .;;.' -     .. It I.     ,i   I B ll
at. \-v*..,!,��� Super ntendenl De*
e.j, \abo I        k   d  I        ��������� .    ;,,i' t*e
operations I rei Sal udaj
t,,i   Everett.
NEW   PASTOR   INTRODUCED
Rev. C.  W.  B'Own Preaches  First   Ser
rr.on at  Queens  Avenue
Rei C Vf, Brown, tbe nee paator
.,; Queen's Avenue church prea ad
bis Brat sennona yeaterdaj in tba
morning he spoke i oan .. passage ts
���. I er He wa- Introduced .- R< ���
.1 P, Bowell, to in��- congregation Mr
Brown showed blmsell an earnest ;rid
forceful speaker, whose pulpii ministrations will prove accepts ... to Wis
principal   Methodist    church    In  ibe
I i ��� y
Th<-. congregation win tende.  a  :
c-ppdon to the new pastor a   soon   iS
M ��� i   Brow i,   and   faml j   bj rive   I
Kt-i-ina,  which   will   ;,.���  m   Hit) '-"urs**
of !..-xi w. ������-
EARL GREY WILL HUNT
IN KOOTENAY COUNTRY
Bar) <;i��v and in. parrj will havs
their bunting i imp tbi '-..ami In the
Kootenaj district, on 'h ��� Toba I reek,
n<in \\ un,-: ii ere ,\i rangemenU have
been completed b) A Bryan Wllllaml
Provincial Oame Werdeix, who has
just returned from tbe Kootenaj district, in.-- Excellency will probably
do more photographic work than bunting, and his camp baa been selected
particularly w-n_i regard lo soenli et
feet Tbe party wil, come Wesi this
Fall fm  about a iv,nth.
Game in  the  Interto.  is   n   ... lng
, ���   ,-    aud   deer   being   luucfa    more
aumerouB  recently
P.  BURNS i.  CO.
Fron,   thl    date  our  drivei    leevs
east and weal   Brsi trip al  *  10 am
'and second trip at   10:80 a.m   sharp.
aii orders placed i,efi>n- tbese boon
will  be guaranteed  prompi   lellverj
an rj all  in. n's on 'lm*-      Pleai ���
sui,. to Bend  ord.Tfi  .-arly.
Afternoon delivery, t p m  nnd
p.m. ibarp,
P   BURNS Jk CO
per p.   C   TRAVE8, Man
.lun.- .1.  1908
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Kn*_-
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A genera)
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondent in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Intercast allowed at 3 per cent, pe-
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
Sapperton
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
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Twelve lots, well located,
$2200 .
j;      These are a snap.    For full particulars apply to X
l F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.'
THIS STORE CLOSES AT _:30 P   M
LADIES'
Mull
Dresses
PRINCESS   DRESSES   IN   THE   VERY  NEWEST   AND   MOST   POPULAR   STYLES   HAVE   JLST
RECEIVED   FROM   THE   EAST MANY   ENTIRELY   NEW   FEATURES   ARE    PROMINt'.T
STYLES    SHOWN THEYAHF    MADE   OF    FINE    MULL   WITH      PLAIN      OR      TUCKED      ���
FRONTS:   WITH  ONE   PIECL   I   IKI   OF TUCKED  NET  OH  WITH     SQUARE     OR     ROUND
AND    HIGH,   TRANSPARENT  COLLAHS        W Al STS  AND   SKI RT��   ARE    ATTRACTIVELY    Tl
WITH    INSERTION    AND   LACt   SLE EVES ARE   LONG AND FIN ISH ED    AT    WRIST   WITH    I
NET    AND    INSERTION
$9.75
SPECIAL   THIS   WEEK:
A  NEW  LOT  OF
LADIES'   NET    WAISTS
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where coreeta are worn) knows that the
Nemo Self-Reducing
is the only c.rs.t ever mad.' that really
h.-l.is a stout woman t. reduce h. r ahdooen
with perfect comfort and hygienic aafety
Ifl 'Ki 11 $10.00.
For Slender Figures       ff.
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"Willow-Shape" (with the novel Klatninj.-       Jf    \
Hark Skirt), thp "Military Belt" Corset, c_>/^^WRwucwo
the wondt rf il "Back*-Uetingn Corset, and wiJm^4hunmm
the CrhU "Swan-Sluyjo"   all for slender and medium fijnire...
See our new Nemos, if you wish to know Fashion's latest
word on lhe all-important subject of corsets.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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