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INSURANCE
VVHITE, SHILES & CO
N��.W   WESTMINSrtH.   B. C.
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LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, S��V' ES & CO.
260 Columbii*       Phone 85.
PRESS CONfERENCE      EXTRA time laml inds
IS NOW AT AN END w *�� fOi WEST END BOYS
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LACROSSE RIVAES        .STEAMBOAT PROJECT
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'"���"<""���    ��� ���-���- a, a  United  States
meat it. ,���- -.,. v, va.-t at  l.-uis pack
tag bovass. i. _. ____��____ ha
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���������'��� ������      in   demanding  un
:  ' '';'"'  ���'' ��� ���-.,���������, stock  yards.
Game Should Be Strenuous
From  Start  to   Finish -
Minto Cup Dates Settled.
Promoters of   New  Upnver  Boat  F,r_
Trouble in Raisin-^ Capital���Will
Per��i��t   in   Effort.
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a| the aaiivnal dock
���    Uu   people   approxl-
A   somewhat   pefl ilmistic   tone
  I vailed  at  tba meeting of    the share*
This afternoon the first senior ia-jhold"r* o(  !h,> P">P<-*ed  new steam,
cross,  match of  the season  between ;boa*   company   last   evening,   held  in
Vancou.-r and Westminster will take  *��� hoard of  trail-    room,  a',   which
place at Queen's park  when tbe Strug-1Johl- Held presided.     The comn
gle lo, . ipremso  is expected to b..a^lnted    t0 can��sS
<*.i!.. thing wor'ti seeing      Vancouver
ba* a stronger team���on paper���tbia
:.--a,- tbau ioj   several Beaaons  past
and bhouid be able to maki tbe chain-
at   a   b��.fter   paec   thiol
Passengers' Marvellous Escape-Two Victims Leave
Sorrowing Families.
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matei)  i: -    .   _ ;,,,;   a:ill -, lo oot ulollft ,riiw.1
*������  ���-   v.va,    wr'.     Mr    *a-, Moaasary ai any  game las. year.
Hanoi v. in,., it would he equivalent   o bare-l
L--_   Sp,   ed  Into  Sewer. ey or (on majeste  fur  an..   Westmin-1
"-  ���'���   i  seen  trom  i,_.o to    1MB sut wati to even sngpect for a mo
lard  spilled on the floor, ment that the bona team might be.
and Whl   . - :, d  * ii Into an op<-n *-w-  defeatey   this  afternoon,     the   lineup
������    -     - sewsi oatlet being of ���._.. locals will be such tbat if tn
.   ��� ��� ,    vail   lard  taken I visitors do not wakr- tbe Salmon Bat
- ���   md out of tbe sew-1 Use travel every bach of tlu- way to
which *,.r,- uncii-an and]nose out & victory, Vancouver Is not
from ssik-Bg over aad th* represented by the team .���- indUdaal
spurns and I Ith srh       ���������.rally finds ,play-r_  should  form.      Bvery ,;[l.. ol
��� ** jthe Terminai City hoys ha., a re]
Clancy   and   M'-ad-;tlon u, mairitain. and a_  ">day bringsI
ns
was not present, save Serretary K.
Whitmore and (hi��-f Kngineer A McLeod, and in con*rv)u.-nce dttle ;,rog-
res�� ,-ouid he inad��-. Mr. Wbitiiiore
I reported that tlu- total amount prom-
|l_rtl wa- |9850, and he oould not pr*-
t.-r.d tha( lhe public showed mucn
anxiety to come through with addi
tional iromiisPH to tak^ stock. As
the eosi of the new boat was -
mated at 117/100, he did mn think it
advisable to go ahead with construe.
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the
the  :���
'lash   on  the
thing   from
or ebs   '���   alkiw the whole mat tei
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Tbe r"*l�� f "        E
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��W1 ��� .. . rei   torth   th��*  fin-t  test
be li    -���' -r on  that [oval  should  . e
: It wen' to public markets, Jsta�� to finish.
ted    B4 passed.,'* Alex Turnbull   Spectator J,
__par_n_n. will Act .    Patrlan*    tha uuf. -     T.vnvi,:    b. M���g ad.oun.ed to .
a :. ,i   C., Jiiae    11* - I'M ol v.- thinning locks an.i si irdy i��-ks
Further detalla of the Oreai *s��nn-
em wreck at Burnaby Ink.- on ihum-
daj afiemon, when a beadon ruiusion
occurred _^tween the northbound
Seattle express, and ttn- I'oii Guichon
local, show that many ol the pawst-n
gers and wain crews had marvelous
escapes.
Miraculous   Escapes.
PBBSSngSIs   were     thrown     the   entire length of the cars, as If sho. fa.ni
a    cannon       Thomas    Mor'.ou.    mail
jelerk. of the Seattle  gysr   waa staaO-
iing in 'he rear end of his car wheu
I tb-     collision     o< currrd. ii.-    ��iu
[thrown the length of 'he car. land.ng
bead  and shoulder*   foremost aguiust
the opposite bnlhhead.     He Rave at-
Ca;'    Mayers    thought   thv  prom,)--tention to the mail, and was able to
ters  would  bs   ill-advis-d  to order  a '.g��t out all but one sack, which after-
new boai to oe pn' in hand til] nn re   ward   waa   released   from   tho  wreck-
mom     -.as in sight, as---      He was gashed in the back of
Th.-   --cretary   will   write  'o   * the  head,  his    shoulder    was almost
mernb'- of the committee explain r.g  diskx-ated.   and   hi-   muscuiar  system
how   matters   Btand.   urp.ng   th-m   to has -uttered,
raisf   the   balance  of stock  required,! Brakesman
wh'-n   all
menl     I   sgricultere   toda..   ae-;*'���'!   *�� atcl.  the gam.  from  the fence
today Th.- old .- ith I - aen mesmerised into a beii.-f that be u not
feeli.'.K fl.  -.     lay, and  fioponen Uv-
" , ���   '      >        llli Bge of J   K   Harms.
���   t la      ��� *or   a-   Si
end -i * resl|
��� v.   made  *������ nous   '.ng   u;
the nift.t  Inspection  Attired
loci yard   la drew*--
I
ire holders are reo. u -
to attend to decide if a boat shal;
obtained  to replace the Ramona
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Jill SITE TROUBIES
MINDS OF AEDEHMEN
Major !.    Tj-or   E r.e-at,     g|  r .���   D s
��� -   I -C��oi ana Inc ndrst r Miy
Bi   Tcyether
Bo'den  Going  to   London
fallacious   sup]     tlon.1   Halifax   \*   B   Jun- ll.���Mr  R
In   hi-     Sunday-i.'. 10 B     An    rtorden   has   ac.pted   a  cahl.   Invita-
be will d_ote his energfce u> tlon to attend Che Dominion Day ban-
Louis and demand..! an In-  coaching the team. soUo vol��    from  flipt In Loodoa      He    will    sail    on
-    :��� la���'.'���   ��� . Ida allegations    a OM mUeat  joint  of   vantage   ..Her  June  18.
-.  and thorough laveetiga. the match is over, win or lose. Alex'  ""���"
,   : < erninj;   tbi        kTge   "'     Hi    w'l. hav-- a  few  things  to sa-.   to his
Harm, wa- today ordered and to that team matei
.  .��� nspecton hive     Tot:.:.;,   ciftord.   who  sprained  his I
ankle ���.,  practice a few   days ago. decided  'bat  injury  was  nothin. worth '.
while sf'er I_wj had make up bis m'-nd '
to at, -      ������ m tht  mat, h, and made
,;ar recovery
Other Absentees,
Wlntemute and Billy Tumbnll will
.av,.
lhe
to
��� ii d    their    Invi *ug v., ���
;��� -���-. , ��� i  will be reported
-��� , .   ���.nr;.    Wl.s.n
Resignation Will Be Accepted.
T-       ��� ������     ������'  ms;..-. t->r   Harms
'he making     th.-  char_~
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Bloated presented |
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'*'������ , ...j   no!
���idlng sn   Investigation   has also  .���   m   -mg from  the lineup, on
.... ���   -      ih   -.--ignatlon haa accoun* .- their place    -...
...  ;..-,    . d bere      li **as ��taK*d, filled   by   Pete   Latham   and  Urumpy
revet   that  it would  be accepted Spring      I.,- teams    will   take tn
itnmedlstety upon it-  r oelpt ��� d thn
���i ons   Kelvin, chief of the ��� ��� VANCOUVER
oi animal indu��''y. ,;nd��-r whose l.i  .*.,��,
��� neai  Inspection, a"-. McOonagh)
s!at< m.-nt tods) sbi w�� \\    Matheson
cond '
ia\.,r,l*
in   the   Best   St   Cla   *
.ESZiE
KING   HAS
GREAT   FUT_RE
Cover
1st Defence
2d Defence  -
_d  Defence
Centre ..
���d Home    ���
:i   Home.
l~t Home  ..
. .OU'.si..
. .Inside. .   ..
Jumped.
Holcom was killej as he was firing
th,- engine, which fact  is responsible
for    the awful    burns    he received.
Brakesman Vincent, of Redmond,
Wash jumped from the local ju-t as
the impact came, and rolled -!own the
Bkment out ,A dang r. tie
'heard :he crash and saw 'he ii--s
mount upon one auotber. ���
dn   8.  H. Wright   of Clear Water.
jWasb    was on  her  way  to  Harri.-**'n
Springs,    and    witn    her    little
ter recelv.-1 I - il - - v -.  the con-
m       Dr.   Munro  gav     first   aid
to the injured.     The G   S   R officials
in Van'--,-iver. as well a.* in Westminster, decline to dlsc'iss the wreck, or
its cause1
.:������-'.     ,     Cromwell    of     Vancouver.
was pli tbe length Of a car. witn
a dor-n trunks u*pon him, yet escaped
with a I raised leg.
Seattle Train Delay-d
Th- train from Seattle had s��f-
,f��red a nunrer of delays, owing 'o
a broken axle at Everett, horses on
tb.- track at White Rock, and failure
of  ll ���   brake, to act at South Went-
  minister
N cl    -   who was killed, was on his
Oompiaiaii    having    been received jm_g, ....  _e4ore -.-kinz a holiday.    He
'-::i>   by the school    tniit.-es   of na i   -am  wa_ flf..   ;.-..ars of agv    The injure<l,
'   vendors plying thr-ir trade around tbe   wnx> nCw  number six. are doing  well
.III CREAM BARROWS NOT
WANTED AROUND SCHOOLS
School    Trustees Try to    Drive  Vendors   from   Playgrounds���Bad
Results  in  Vancouver.
WESTMIN STBR
ik>al
Po int
T.
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Gifford
Gifford
r��   now   *��� " ������ 1  !�����*
. '     . r
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���    and  It   ��*
r   pSBM I
:   the  con!- I ���
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-   ipying
t.-fusing   to
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ll. ��� nessi
Alba   . .   .
O'Brlea.
Laiotkle
M:Ut    Harr   flrtll J��fe��*e    s
.'   Lynch ac.in^ aa jn Ige of plaj
Settle   Mi-*to  Cup   Dates.
Trustee   Sir   Kdwarl    CSonStOn   has
|l-rei   the wesi a f-u-- Bhake      He has
C.
T   K.-nnle
p  y- eoey
,C Lath..in
.' - ; ring
Q   >i-ring
L Turnbull
Central    schoi>i   premises,
where   in   positions     wh-re
,md
the)
else
can
,at  th,
er of the  govern-  1; 0.|)c((,d ^ Tecun;..!ls l0 ,,Ui.. {���r
lent, 1M;ir'
���      ���  v   *-___ at '���'��� ��*�����
parliamentary-.Jj"*^ -. schedule und
the
cup on June M and ���.".'.
-..-.ig',- by tbe Westminster
he only ones which da n��t
:..    11 ���On,- ol   '.   ���
on    political   an-.
������   xander   Smuh,     t
l.i stes thai the
ahead of W   L   M.��
��� ,J that it was With tins
,   i*trvs Wilfrid    Laurie! hai
e city In
vi .     , **>fu) as Mr. K-ng h_.
I be ow .     . ,'. ive  ,^.. . -,.>rn,   \[T   s;::
with a cl ���        ��� ������- i.
cl       He . esil   t, ���    ,
Itoartb   y*' '��� ,- . ��� ... ,,; thirty-tour   ���''-*������-     e
-^ of panj   ;��� ..... ���!;1,;s,he ������>������ p*���'�� a ;."*��� ^"uw '
I ��h-   '��� ... King gives Mgh ^2^S__^S_lP mafcb*a
.   .       .. .-.   on  the <
.   . ..,.   v.' . -:'.., .        . 9 r   Wilfrid
lavon ���        ��� i ,  -ier
'     I   ��� ��������� ... Tji ,u  lt n    ,, Mr   Snnv.
.   |      nv.-'in..' ��� a   will Jde u ���, mmist.-r
���-...,.... risshll  '-s for the
own cai nd pan '
.   ��� nun. ,,,,��� ,,. ,,   .-   be tin     '-   xandei Hac
������������ " entle Invited bim i        seat in
���     Bl   'hi   ace ol  t|
SEVERAL  TEACHERS   RESIGN .
POSITIONS   IN    SCHOOLS   H(-.TF:|_   e.j  THE  CANVr*N
l^'t-nie.conie into easy touch with tbe school]    Mrg
" .childr-n. tne board has decided to !to'Vancouv
take immediate steps to -**iiii' the
matter to a head by consultation with
the . hlef of IKiliCe to see what action
ma> be taken. Rev Robert Lennie.
9��-cre' -.:>.  wa_   requeste,'.  to  -*'   Chiet
are
��� leoertt) hospita:.
Families of the Dead.
MrPheters came up yesterday
r to s-e the body of her
husband        They     lived     in   Seattle,
where  a   family  survives  bim       Holcom had s wite In Bserett     R   Nich-
ipls.   .ngiii*'-      of   the   Ouichon   local,
resided at  I' r| Cuichon      He foriner-
tbe Empire hotel. Vancou-
'.,..    ^��-..
;,
E KI NS AHEAD OE
\ FUR SEVEN HIEIS
The T*
no    option  in  tlie
..���ter and r ,D  Rosa, theli  - lartttan
a:   il. being away  iu  England���have
. .. , = '...    aci ���-.   ���  1      '.he      da',, s   ulHl
. .i the cha'.'.r.'.oiis  to  suggest otti-
.'''":;~"n   Mcln:,,sii on the matter  at the board's   jv  Uwj  a
'��� uiee-.i;,_ on Thursday Ler
Children   have   becom-   ill   in   Van- ! inquest Adjourned.
couver from eating the cones, and I Th- inrju.-*- was opened at Center
the trustees wish to discourage --nyjand Banna's undert.-tking park>rs.
out! :eak here. [Vancouver,   >���-"erday  afternoon,   and
Evidently fearing some action !'1<>ln'adjourned for a weeh to enable War-
the result of an iuquir> the Italian;-^ iAnninc. the conductor of Uie
vendors have become alarmed, and K Qolehon local, and Fireman A. W.
is stat-.-d one ceas-d to p'y hi* ial (*,,rtis. to recover sufficiently to piv->
sees  yesterday      Three cone ped .vii,nee.      On:y     formal    testimony
remain in the city. [was taken.
SPRING   SALMON   RUN
GOOD   IN   NORTHERN   B.   C
his
. iv:- ��� s
o? Matt
���'> ng Ra,lroad Tri;
Ciuard*. and Crottr*
���e   m   Sa''!.
The name or Matt Han- will be sug-
v ted as referee, with s Q p<v!e.
0l Victoria, as judge of play. Just
!,, show there is DO scarcity ol good
i, fer-eefl in British Coluniba. the fol-
k-wing will in- submitted -as alter*
natna:      Lionel    Yorfce    and Oeorge
\!
: ' iy     a *l     Nortl     \,i,v,v.r,     .un-       11 -1*
:������ school    ���.    bMj , oJ lu., ,1S1. eommlaaloners I    I
vll]   be   oooaldered.      x\"1i'i'' met on Wednesday afternoon
���    ol
Olf   .Ml    !b.
'..1
closing ol   thi
las:      i'n. la)
i*. ,..:,! *, license M.lt!,t.so.,_    Vancouver;    and    R   U
ClK-yne aad  A   W. C.ray. of this city.
Incidentally,     memtn-rshp      tickets
ar.- on sale a:  Ryall's drug store, and
���  - i-.-iiini; faat eoongh to tronb'..- the
In making change.
.   |l*i ,,: >��������� ���
Itttte ii Paa* :���>       month. Uu   -
���'. .-,     ..ii. ".-  :    ���   '���     co, , .. |n from the teai hing   .
,i, i   ���.   . :ii   ���'                            who    have  ;
lom
I   ->    \i�� Naught  presided   Thi   bustling seci   ar)
��� i   ,  .._.,.-.  Vi.-*   Hotel was gi inti d |
llrenai
and  Beymoar t'r.*ek
1     owing to
-*  i   -      ��� ���        n. ��. ,1     iiwiun  i<
oas of  !>������'���   ���'- !;,.,    ������     Central Bch wU  s      ��� . ( j_ .,,,   t���.titi
',..   .. horse  evi    ���* McKeosle,  Bantoo    and     \ .... Lynn Vs
���   hom   shoot  sU- .,,      ;.  .       also a vacancj  at  '���" closed
ud a ..,..*< beaaUful 1/���1
Bl    lo those  Whll *.�� ,,,.
, .       .	
and  those of the '
watt DARING  WOMAN   SAVES
KOREAN   FROM   DEATH
���. ���
hot-Is
g to n wrong technical I
..���titla'n  for  Holland's 11-;
ii.-v. the application
Victoria,  June    11 ��� wi:n   a
comprlsiug 4000 case a and 0.. Ul
shipped b)   the Wallace plant on tbe
Skeena, tbe steamer St   l>nis of the
ikis...��i:i    -teamshi;.    Company has
returned to port.     Spring salmon are
now  running weli in northern waters.
A score -.f passenger cam., south, including  Mr.    and    Mrs.    Jacobaon ol
Bella  0��.la.   I    Mcintosh, who  made
tiv round trip mid a mnu.vr of laud .
seek. is. who have been looking ow |
the proepecte In the Bella Oools valley.
The Bt Deals leaves again tonight
on the wa) to Naas riv i aa I w.r-
���....'.nts.
DRUGGISTS ELECT
MACKENZIE PRESIDENT
Local   Man
ing of
Honored at  Annual   Meet-
B. C. Pharmaceu'ical
Association.
CELEBRATION  FOR
slat. '.
.i t.niiiii-
I   K,. ,,,        ��� OO]  which  ha_
pome Ume, aad not be< n 0
i  ui  ths appt btng ,���.,,,,,���! ,.t ths dtfflcnlt) ol
I ui u pasturv ui .'UK   teachers in mtd����rm
' '-'-       ���   aboui one mUs l"is
��*��� i,t ,
one
rl< ��    and   aturtliig   down
��� ii foi seven miles at al-
���! dOWtt the centr    Ol 'he
.'  the tmin
���' n  mil. -.  th,. horse JttmP
:i'tleguards   and   ian  at   ��
roa�� a common railroad
in tbai
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DEPUTATIONS   WAIT   ON
BURNABY  MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
A deputaUon from >he Weatminstsi
_,,.! of trade waited on the Burnah)
ll ,u the Hinting last Bventni
.LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
DUNSMUIR TO  RESIGN
Victoria. Jane   11.���Ueuteoant-Ooi
Urnoi   nuiisnitilr has  ask.-d to be ,v*
|l, ,,   |   ,.f   Ih,. duties  Of  Ills offlc.     Hei
ha* written the goveraor��sn��ral mj
O indi to this efft"ct. but has con-1
aeoted '.' remain In office until b buckj
be toaad      His term of
t*Uui FTancieco, June l"
courage and .inL-w witted
Ms   Zoe Hills
counc
tbe  Improvement  of  the  irunx
Into  Vanoouvar   the  ��*���' n,K*1
imhiIs   nnd  I" l'i>
alxtj  tael In width with , ir(_.
ii,. wa* ouh  seared "n ,,,.,..
��ben   the  tram    entered      ,  , ,...
>"'"'      Ud   wl.-..,   at   the   .aU  ��   ,���,,.   ,,���.,���   the   ne.Ms   of   <""f
,.;,*''     of  the   locomouve,  the te ,,llt,iu-in    work     Th��   dslegstei
'   ll,    ...a   .......I,.v,.eu  ol    ���.,.,,.   ��,||   is>c*.lv��Hl
Kn.n. the   tvntn.1    Part  bowd
, ntealon.rs  a  Hepuiailon  ���'     ��*;
This sniii wa* VOteu.
there ami empioyeefl oi
e___r '   '"rv etatole  cornered and
i**1 '"'a With ii lariat
i        r'
Uu,   ��pw-d   which   th<
,' ill that  seven  miles   Ttl��
-Bj     the
daring  ol
Yeuiig Sun Bhang, a
wealthy   Korean   rancher of   Uplands,
was   saved   from   death   today   ai   tbB
hands of   Chang   Bo   Hai.   an   insane
and inniriut.il fellow countryman and
former   employee.      Mrs       Mllk'r.     to
whom Shang .alread]  bleeding from n
wound   in   the   breast,   appeal.-1     for
help, hid him in B closet and met hi*
pursuer and engaged him in talk nn-
cvasor <*an oe mm      nis ienn o'jtii the police came,   Then Hal Bred
five   years  has   another   year   yet   '^ |;i bullet through his own head  ' nil tin
his life rather than surrender.
The first encounter took  ptaoe  In
tho   rooms   of   ths   Korean    National
DOMINION   DAY
run, but he has wished for som> time
to relinquish the position in order to
devote his Ume more fully to his pri-
iti   affairs.
North  Vanoouver,  June  ll.���A  bg
committee  was appointed in    pn
meeting    With    Mayor   Ma)    as   chair-
'man. last  niglu to arrange for a eel--
bratlon on Dominion Day, The
committee Will wait oa the city coun
cii on Monday next to ask fo a grant
aud will then bold B public meeting
O0 Tuesday night t��r settlement of
! final detaiis A number of novel
��� feature-- will be introduced and no ef-
I fort will bv spared to make the ci'y
I attractive   to  the   visitor  on
Victoria, B. C. June 11 ���At vhe
! dim teetith annua! uie.-ting of the British Columbia Pharmaceutical association last evening the following were
elected members of the council:
John Cochrane, Victoria; R R. Bums,
Vancouver, and J L White. Green-
wood These with J H. Bmary, E-
S Know Hon and F. J MacKenxie
form the council for the year
At   a   aub-equent   meeting   of     the
ctiuiuil   the   following   officers     srere
elected:   P.   J    MacKenxie,   presid_nt;
ij.  Oochraae,   vice-president;   Ja��.   W��
Brown.  sw-islaijr leglfliiai iBeahiTer
Kmery   of this city, was named sis
delegate to represent the province at
uli.-  annual  meeting of  the Canadian
i Pharmaceutical  as-oelution  at     Banff
in August.
July   1,
��� ...1.1,. of the Whole t-llnia.
ot
that  th0 train slowed down
Kt # ' *" "' ,h*' hrldgs J"��t o*-
,, �� rroutdals, where it wm f-'lvr
u w�� t. is,.  ,���iKiu  gup throtiRh Mis
,, ',n|   ��� '-.night  iiv skipped ncroe��
ll,,     S'       lv    the    most    experience.!
*'U|"      however
*l
It.
re
*nfral   Manaoer   Coming.
nn'|si:   |���n��� n _.. 0,,n,.rnl  Ma.a
"''   left   lust  night   r<��r  Vancou
o inspect Pacific terminal*.
Improvement
���Cntral Park.
.Morion
hurneil to 'he
looked a* i��
Rain Badly Needed.
ina,-- Bay. June   M    JJJ
Hree aw  raglnf nssg   i-
junction      Two ���hacks
ground, jbr��,:;;;;;;',,,,, w...
Bydney and t-wj""^
WM doomed     A fl
has bis'ii sent to
violent  fi"- i��  '"'"*'
port     All
the tinw- '""
TO REBUILD QUEBEC
BRIDGE  ON  OLD SITE
Ottawa, June 11���Th.- engineers of
the Quebec bridge have decided that
,t Is to b-.*- bu#t on the old site and
that it is to he a cantilever structure
Association   on     Sacramenta     Street
ALDERMANIC ELECTION
TAKES PLACE MONDAY
Missionary   Expelled  by  Chief.
LagOS Rrttish West Africa. Jun ��� 11.
���Rev. 8. M. Planock, a missionary
of the foreign missions board of the
South Baptist convention has been ex-
pellvd from ihe town of Oyo, in Nigeria. The nutlvv chief of Oyo ordered  Mr.   Planock  'o leave last    Apr.l.
ISO feet above the water
forest iglneer.s   held   their   meeting
Th,
lu
en-
New
engine
from here
York
la Rhode* Scholar.
Victoria,   June   11���Arthur     V-'."*.
.    . of Vnncouver,   n   graduate  Of  McGUl
tbe juaction. Another |rnivorslty was selected as the Rhodes
buck of Bridge- ,sl.holar for British Columbia this year
..... |   men are fighting l)V tbe committee under ih��* trusi here
,-aln  l��  badly needed. I,*_,_,���
Chilliwack. June 11.-Nominations
for the position of alderman, rendered
vacant by the resignation of Alderman Jackson, were held yesterday, j^ut tii^ missionary refused to comply
Promptly at 2 o'clock Returning OUI-j He appealed to tke British governor
cer J. H. Aahwell closed the nomina- 0r th0 province, but this officer de-
tlons ntuj announoed tlie results    aajcllned   to  interfere.    The chief  com*
  '        refused
Jaoanese Striker, Arrested.
Honolulu. June 10.���Three of the
leaders of the striking Japanese augur plantation laborers. Makino, Na
gars and Boga by name, were placed
| under arrest by the high sheriff today.
.They were taken into custody with
warrants and held pwndlng a judicial
investigation of the recent disturbances.
plains  that   Mr   Pinnock  has
:ti> reeognie  his authority.    Oyo Is  located 12U miles northeast of Lagos.
follows. ' K.-Al.lerinaa R. |. Marshall, nc.tunated b>' A. l_o_.lt.- Cooie,
and O. h   Ashwell: and R. (1. Rowat.
by Isaac Mm and B. T. Malcolm. On, -���
account  of  there  being  two  nomina- ���
lions the r-turnln- officer grnnted a| *.ngs clement and Ms. Cars., of
poll, and the elation will be h Id on ^Vancouver, are visiting Mrs. Crake,
Monday, June 14. of Third avenue.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
SATURDAY    jUN_   ���
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
ruATERNAL.  ETC.
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If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it. he would n:  sell any.      You  must teli  the  peop e wb.it y��u have to sell, why they ��h0-lc<   purcl ���
thing of the value you offer them In  return for their mcney.      too rnanv  of US have got  into the habit of thinking that because we have bren a long - " r  ln butlneai everyone mutt of necessity know .,
wares.      Ur.e the advertis ng columns of Tbe Daily  News and  keep abreast of the I n rt.
PERSONAL.
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial life companion I ������
.anv respectable man or woman.
Send stamp tor particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
HOUSE  TO   RENT.
TO    LET���SIX-BOOM    HOUSE,    Ml
Royal avenue, near Fourth, modem
improvements: ivni |16.00 Appl)
J. M McDonald, Ml Agnes street,
near Klllott.
WANTED.
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL APPREN
tic ; n- halrdresslng, etc Appl)
H     iii office
WANTED��� YOUNG  LAD-  FOR OF-
ii,-,. work.     one who  understands
typewriUng    preferred.      Vpply
once by letter     J. J, JohnBton.
a l
WANTED --  POUR        TEACHJORS
Had.  Or  female    I   :   the  schools   o!
this city.   Give age, class ol <*>'r"
liraf .  length of service and  testimonials.     Applications musl be ln
by noon of the 24th    ms'       Robert
Lennie, Secreta
ARCHITECTS.
W   P.  QOODFBLLOW.  ARCHITECT
Room li   Dominion Trusi block
EDWIN G. W,  BAIT,  ARCH1 .E  I
on Block     i       brom
WANTED    -   JAPANESE       PLAIN
,-ooking    and    general       hottseho -'���
work.      Apply   523 Twelfth  stree:
WANTED���GD-L    TO    WORK      AT
the Royal City Laundry.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.	
ELECTRICAL W0KK5.
THK     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO.,
dealers     ln     e.eetrical     machinery,
fixtures and supplies   I  .use wiring,
armature  wiring,    motor   re'palting
etc      Dank ol Commen e bull ling,
'phone 331, P. 0. H.'\ 928
NURSERY
THE FRASER VALLEY Nl'it.ERI]��� ���*
i   '    Bui na1 j   Lake   for    healthy,
���   IWn  f: Ul!  t'c,  *  pllon,    I 15
HF N.v'i S   NUR8ERIES   -    PAC1KK
Cos il tested seed    I i ���     plants, be.
, tC 3010     W I  Ini lis:.
road   \ in. ouvi r   an I   branc i  nu- ���
Sout]   Vani   iver,
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATINU
1    HUDSON,   W.M.I.   PAPER,   ROOM
M   ild ngi     Bui v .:  Bai I
ng,  kalsominlng,  i
Bl   1      dl Sl-tll
sire. :.   .\,--,,    Wl Bl
HEAL   ESTATE
wiii ii-:. siin.Ks _  cii
Real  i' i te and Insnram e   v ���'
City,  farm  and  luuurban
260 Colui    la
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE ,'.-   EDMONDS,  BARRIB
ind   .   licit" r     Blackle   block,
, olnml i.i Btreet,  ���*��� w Westminatsr.
w j  Whiteside, H   L Edmond
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���WE OFFER FOR SALE
on terms of one-third cash, balance
6 and 12 months, the following described vacant property, City ot
New Westminster: Subdivisions 13
and 14. Lot 2, sub. blk. 4, $225 each;
Subdivisions 13 and 22 of east part
of Lot 3, sub. blk. 4, $1S5 and llHo
respectively; .esuirdivision.s 44, 45,
48 of subdivision C of Lot 18, sub.
blk. 4, $155 each; subdivisions **���
11. 12,' of lot 14 sub. blk. 13, $550
each. Will eel] all or part of the
foregoing as purchaser desire*. Address Hitchcock _- Meeker, 314 Pender  street,  Vancouver.      Tel.  8801
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. KERRY .v -' v PHONE A501,
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for .horses. Horses
for  sale       Reference   furnished
WADE. WHEALLBR  -:  McQUARRlE
(F. C Wad", K. i    A  Whealler, W.
Q    McQuarrie),    BoUcltor     Ha
ters, etc., 42 Lorn*     reel   <���; poslte
courthonos,       New     Westmin
i Phon�� | iv    is | the Vancouver ol
Bee  IS   ir   No    '    Royal   Hank  Chambers,  4 OS  Hastings  Str.--   ���-���   :
OEORGE   E    MARTIN   BARRISTER
and   Solicitor.    Qsichoo   block,   '',,.
lumbla    and     M  K> r.zv   Bta.,   New
Westminster,   IV   C
HA l.i: BROS   _ CO., LTD   OKA
tate an l ini irani ���    Phd
Colum  Is   treel   P. O  draw
ABBOTT I HYDE, (V   II   C. AU    '
Propi .tori     Real i *���'-.'���   I
loans, notarli , ioi va
238 1 ,        ���     P. 0       . - ���
Pbone 3ZL
i vi R :    188 ICI vrv IN 01
P. B. 1 nagi *. i"  0  Boi
i
TEN   1CRE8,    FIVE    MILES  '
-,,��.,,,   .,'.     mil     Ir.uii   ne-a   .  ,
I '    '    -��� V
��� ii      l i   ���    ;.. ������     i. ��� :n
Sl BURBAN    HOME.   THREE LOTS
all  .   ared   and  la  gar i
able, chick.-n hou ���
miantoa fro i   .
line; good ��
i all .
M   .DAM .-.   IRWIN   C   ' "    ST-
opposite  tbe     Postofl i    .
w   ; Real i
ance, m'*n.y to loan      Call an!
oar Hal  of city, suburban and
; i-.-haslng     el-ie-
�� bare
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON - AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begb;e *t.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
W       MYERS    CRAY,    BARR1STKR
Solicitor and Notary Public Cn". s
block, Clarkson street. op->osit,. tha
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
FURNITURE*.
W    E    FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
corner Agnes ami McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
FOR SALE���AT THE MARKET.
two heavy horses. 160U . .a; a snap
Apply J.  Knox,  Hotel  Lytton.
FOR SALE��� EMPIRE'' TYPEWRIT
er. perf. _t order, practically new-
Price $30 cash. Address P. O. Box
196, city.
FOR   SALE��� LOTS   O.N   SIXTH   ST.,
carhne;   $200  vach;   $25 cash,
ance Sin month',)*.      Walker Bros..
Edmonds.   P. O. Box 9**3, city.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
OOOKSLBY'8        PICTURE       P   11
carl-   are   on   sale     at   M     Me
Stationery Btore   J   (.   Oantoa
gar divan. F. Mackeasle'i IniK s' ���-.
and  "The  Fair, '  Columbia  stre. I
CALVIN,   LAMES    \N'D   MINS  TAI
lorlag \ nsw Has of sprtag salt-
lag Jus* In Button hMltiag, prrai
in-, and n ; ibtag n- on I Bn I
block Bntrai ������ I I olnmbla ��t
ia | ' larl ion st.
FOR    SALE���TWO    POOL TABLBB
Apply  Chapman's    pool    room   Do*
minion   Trust   block.	
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO       RENT���FURNISHED     FROM
aiedroom  for gentleman   in   private,
modern home.      Phone, use of Bil
tin? room.      Address  AZ.,  this ot-
flce.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, p. O   Box ill
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B, C. LAND BUK
���veyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
PRINTERS.
iWESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVKky
kind of job printing Midget i*��"-e
leaf ledgers;  Oowie Carbon Papera
i ��� |
I-iii-.   N
P. O.
�����s   Block,
Box   It-'
Bixth streel
RING  UP    250    FOR
smart   turnout.     Th--
bles.
HACKS  AND
Fashion  sta-
TO   LET���FURNISHED   ROOM,   701
Agnes:   n. ar Carnegie library.
TO    LET���FURNISH ED    BEDROOM.
Apply 305 Carnarvon street,
TO RENT���FURNISHED Room,
suitable for young man; 321 Third
avenue,   phone B468,
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Mmlted, Front street, New We i-
miaster. M mufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill  plai :   specification!  pre
pared.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY-8 RE8TAURANT   ft    CAFE
Tickets,   21   meals   for  Ji       Home
oodklng. All white cooks; no Orien
iai labor employed      Open ilay and
nigbl      < Ippoalte tram offli t
Hoy \i, CAFE 'Mrs   An hi ���   ; roprie-
I,     Four i   trses,   onslning of
soup   fish,  boiled  entree ��� ���   roai
������ iddlng ,,r pie, '��� i. coffee or -niik.
STENOGRAPHY     _    TYPEWV1ING
FREEMAN     HUNTING      ROOM     7.
G Ichon block.     I*, o. Hoi
-THEATRES.
WF.STMIN8 I I R      iPl R \      HOUSE.
I���rn.- sl ��� ������   W  N Cart)   manager
..;.-, la] -    rovlded   virmg
-  ,|li \.\ ��� ���   ������dice.
Ryall's Dr .
CRYSTAL   TH    ' COL1 M
���   - ��� . ���    moving
plot nne     Ilia bub* i
���   bb Program .har>r.*d
Mondi ;���   W��di and I    ' - ���
THE EDI       ���        EATR1       I ORNBR
Col v. HtgtH
moving      ��� *���      IHuBti        soeg.
Program changed Monday, Wedn<-s
: ��� lay
tv     In   . a, h     mon b,
plac*       VUiting
rited     ', ���"       Boweli
. ii  Dlsni
.. o. 1    W     FRA8ER LODGE N '
Haetlngfl the firsta nd third Tocsin , ,, b month   VlstUa
i, n    cordially    united   io    itt��*nd
....   room   a   0   u   w   | ,     U Id
.,      lo. ,.   Clarl son air* ���
, I   BRUNETTE, MO   W��8   LOI
s\. ��� '������ irtb   y-.\-'..i\    in   ���
-  o'clock   la '
Oddl   Iowa" block
RN IL   oKDi R   OP   1  v-
No  ���:-,    Mi ���       ���    ���   I .
. .. -. ng at  -    p m   lu   the  !���-'
-,   ���:��� ��� ���     \  cisrt   v.
.--,        H    Bcbofk   I ���  ' ..ry
OF s. OTLAND BEN El    I    I ;
ill  ���    Lord  of the I
kli first   i
I ai ���       .    k  ,.f i'
Chief   '.'.    - md
���.  r   roi _L   citi   Lodge
Meets   lo   0 *���>      ban
. .-.,:, a str-.
it I o'rl ���    Iting     ���    ���   ���
-111 | ,. mad. a
n   i.    c   i: ��� ���   ���        p 0. ri
.  retary
OTHER    FRATERNAI
���    ���      Union Lodge, No  '.   a
��� '.  v   m    King Soli ���
It   a   r   and  k. '.i     i.  o   i,
:. 0  :.   Ho  : ���
Bg|   ��� *'"n, No   I.f   1   .. y .        "
F.   COW-     W,-ml* ������>!��� ��� No
nro'._,';r__fi_��_l 9t 0*i��. Nasi  N-    * ���
BOARD    OP     !lt\DE-NKW   S'. t-.M
���  tor Board   f Trade Beets  n i!>-
.   -...--1   . .-.   Hall,  M   I  i owa
Third  Thur-1..     ,,'    eu-h    mont:-.
quarUrty     mr^-tinK     or,   thS     tnird
Thnrsdaj -,'. fai reary, May   aagnsl
and   N iHIUhei,  it �� rn       Annual
I  on   th*  th!-,j  Thursday  of
February       New   inenil.-n.   m��>    ha
���..iu*d and  Bleated  ��!  lay  nr"nth-
ly  or    ,.-: irtei        mf^tinr       I'    M
.'. i      secrets |
��� ~>-      mn sapii|a.faj
WOODWORKING.
WESI MINSTER       WOODWORK
Co      . '.���-.:   ���!ore  BU    ���
.   l    . f, ..* Hl'el
Peel gill and ���   '
-.'. ork
.- line.      P.
i. .
J    B root
Corner  i '!��� ���    '
0, ix'x 154, i"
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY      AND
T) pewriting;   copy     s*ork,
letters,    etc      Provfl, ���    offloe, Co
1'inV ii str et,     Pbona 62.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam-heated
wiiii hot and cold water, gas
ran., and electric light. Terms
mr,derate Apply A. H. Fergu on,
room 'j, second floor.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C.  MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Import! i
of mounmental tomb itones, lm Idli
s:on(-, etc   Satisfaction gnarante.
Columbia stn- :,  ,\. et  West mini
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   WO SELL  FURNI. 13RE
and  all   kind      '   aes   bi     .-��� oond
hand  goodl \   BpSCk,  '..-ar 'I rain
office,
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
0   0, F      \MITY LODOE NO   27
iiar meeting o   thl lodge
bi Id in o i ifclios i   bai ''..|.im
i               ��� ��� ���������     M ��� d
���   *  ,.'!,. k     Jas   Tt v; i ��� nobis
.   md    w  C  I Southern   re�� * - -
ROBE OF    v. IL1 UB1 \   Ll IDGE   NO
116,  Son. >.!    i.m: and    B   9     it>*d
Ho ..     i legrei    mi   '       ���   ond   and
-,     wed . * ��� ,      mon I
In k   i.r p  ball   \. r ���   at it
p ni '...    v tow     I       fOOII
tf<H m���^^^~
TENDERS  WANTEO
Hi     ���   M .*-,,.������   sad  ' ompanj   M
���       -      '..       - .-ten
d^r��i  ' ._'...���     4       ;���������'���   (e*
��� m   .,f th- co... u lying .
���h.   C   P   N   an.i    C   I'   it   arharvea
and alao i    .-          !*.     .   I It)   Mi|N on
��� -. '    ' I   Freight,   �� barf-
age rgvs
QltanUty   a!��>^.'.     <���      -    :���* I    <*om
mon    farto-y   and  char
-  -  ��� v    mren  br.   ..��       ,
th.   Prla ���      Baa  oa  ftprtl  i
��� sder aot ai  i
LAND   ACT
CornoK   Land   Dulrict.
D .tnct of Qutcn Cbarloll.  Sound.
notice that O. B   laoO bob, ���'
Vai  oo ver,    ���     petion ahi sp r tacber,
ln-r-nd��    t-.   .;.;:.     f.,r     [laillllael-U  '"
Couowlag    del i     -.  land
'     '.-ini!   at   a   i��mt   ; I��ni��v1     at
'he   B Slid  of   laula    #:and.  UMBOS
���aatarty, soatherl) nn! mr*
t'-rir   ind   northerly,   followtag   the
*hore   line   nr"'in 1    Ve   I "l.in _    U)   thS
t*olnl   of   0Omtnattcem.ni      .-..ntaimnir
inn nrr+n tnot+ Or lesa.
��� '   Vpril -tth.  Din.
. ILI R JAOOBSON
SYNOPSIS OF CA-. j
STEAD REuuL .'-
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dStrlnutlon    mad-'        . fo
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Dati I  ibla .th da]  ol
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WHITESIDE ft !     I
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THE FRASER
VALLEY
tt0:mi
STEAMBOAT   MEET*. ,
\   public  meeting artil
,...r,|   ,.f   ira I.-    r.-
New   WeStm D   -'-r   on Pl
I ���' '   B|   I   ;, m     for  the  . ��*
,  M,al .1,  '
4
rARM LAN!
gaaliring   mpaaj   I
n..��   Bteamboal on  the  *\
Chilliwack   run
Ai| portiea who ha-,
thrlr  namen  In   .upp.
in. nl me  r-rjii.-sti I  ' i stt. �����
It   Willi'-'
ABERDEEN   MILLMEN
RECEDE FROM  POSITION
\:inl- ,-n.   I in..  1 1   -Tl -   ��� -      trgo on
stocks ol  Blabs  and lumber at    the
;���:  11,.    < Ity In  force since the
present lo a ago,
wa   HP <i tod tnoetln   ol mill
owner Her. tofore since th, !"" K- u1
the tnillmen hav refused >. Btili
either wood <>.- lumber, and tha result
i - -ition of much build ng
activit) and Inconvenience for those
wh,, .). pi n,I upon the mills for fuel.
No dellw-rlea wil] be made, bow
evei  i purchase!, of both iln- commodities musl make their own ar
rani*.-uu-in-  for delivery.
STEAMER   DESTROYED   BY
DYNAMITE   EXPLOSION
Algiers      June    ll.   The    German
steam* ,-    Wa,    from    Hamburg    ror
V  "I.-." vi;.  bleu   up la.-!   nlghi about
'��� :, miles ,,n* Panti and      Flre
it in I be 11. uner during the
I. _hl    an:   a    lynamlti   toi mod    a
larg. pari ol Mi.  cargo  ib��� ,r, -.-.
i".   Ume    i:   mal lng   i In U   escape   In
laol
\  few  mlnul      latei dyi   mite
odi d   with   i' n tv   force,   ������ irlng
itbe steamer to places,    Al]  the crew
���   picked up li.,      ,        imer Bast*
md   landed  hi r_  tonight
r.+o+c.-+o+r+o+cn+o+o+ **"+c+o oaoao+o+o+oaoo+to+oaoao+o+c,
Cheap Lots
I The Question   English Watdinif
t
.,
.mil.ii
NEAR   TENTH   STREET   AND  FIFTH  AVENUE   HJLL  Sl/F.
LOT.  $37S.  GOOD  TERMS
SEVENTH   AVENUE  ANO SIXTH  STREET. NICE LOT |490
CORNER  SEVENTH  AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   VTI'i |   I     y.  ,
REASONABLE   TERM'
HISTORY  OF  CHURCH   IS
DEPICTED  IN  PAGEANT
ARCTIC   CLUB   OF   AMERICA
WILL LOOK FOR DR. COOK
London, June 11.���Tbe English
chin,;, pageant, which wlll consist of
the rendering in outdoor setting of a
sen, of spectacular repreaentaUona
of episodes ol churoh history, wai*
opened on the ground* of Pulham pal-
in-.- tin.-; afternoon,
Th,- p:iK":uit. which is under the
patronage of the Archbishop .<_f Cam
o'bury : nil Die Archbishop Of York,
was organized with the Idea of popularizing ib.- history of the church, affording instruction to lhe mi ea and
Incidental); to brim.' financial in-sist-
ance to various stati; ch_ritli 'I be
presentations will be giVhn twlo a
.la .   for six  days.
The bis tor.  of th.  . mn.). from 'be
Ml liesi tune to ill. pi i-s.-nt will he
depicted by a body of aboul 1 000 aina
lenr actors and actresses.
5 Is Answerc d
by dlrei i   ere
you can   se tho 1     i ol
i ,, md . n i good of all kind* Is
Oi,- city.
I bave a H|b-i, uj Cream B< pai ttoi
foi mis, ti' aii-, n. v.
Com., und !..,. how much mor   yen
can    gel    lor   >��-Hi-      mo11,-y   hole   than
else* lure.
New York, June 1L-���Announcement
been   made   bj   the   Arctic  club
ol   Ami rii a   thai   arrangement    have
been completed  tor an  expedition  to
go io Um i.-ii, i ot or*, a   Coo]   the   ��
li '.a who i as been In tbe Arctli ������
I on foi mors than two year or.
Cook bad planned to return hom in
Bi lember, 1908, but be has nol been
hea ,i from since Man h 17, 190. At
thai ��� in,, he was forty miles north ,,i
i bomas Hubbard, on tin   Polar
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, MKr	
MONEY    TO    L O A IN SI  AlCX.  SpCCk
'o*o+r>+o+oaoaooaoao+o+o+o+ooaoaoao*oa- +��� r,+oaoaoaoaoao ' SECOND - HAND    STORE.
.   i.n.    :, r
s
ap
,    VI i   _      gi ni
i
Silver Watches, genl
17.50   n;,
,*      for      Wuliha ���"        I
aratohes,
\v hi h : ������; string a
F. CRAKE
'  Two   ,to���rs   from    Ceo.   /i.'.""'-   '""
CHURCHES TO VOTE ON
UNION   MOVEMENT
mto, .inno ii.���At  this    mora.
a  eting of tin-   Congregational
Union of Canada, -the    question    of
church union wa dli CUI 0d at I offli
length,
Rev. Hugh Bailey ol Montreal, pre
tented the reporl of a committee .���
commending thai tbe question be re-
f.-i'r. d to Individual i-h.in-li.     an I UlHt
congrngaUona be allowed _ vote
Wbethei ihey are In favor of union im
Bi-t forth hy a Jolni committee ol tha
Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational churches, and ir not, what
amendments they  would nuggea!
Church...., an- nuked !.. reporl hy
1910,
Edison Theatre
Animated     Picture,     anc|
Ri ;,i ring .,f guni, tuubr. im������'
arrltsi .   .-i-i Hghl  ������' ''���'���'���'' '
ery and bicycles t ��psi laity
Alex. Speck
Illustrated
Songi.
THE LATFST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program   changed    Honda*    wo*
needay and i  v,.     -,���,.,.,, ���,���,,,,,.,.
for ladle*, and children  Ruturdavs at
2v!0 p, m. * |
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESI MINSTEFI,   B.   C.
Telephone  13. Office, Eighth St.
Colum!,la  St,
���Man   on
ESTABLISH Ea
1891   -^*-_tU\1
Tncorporateo|
1905. rURDAV.  JUNE   12,   1909.
TUE   DAILY   _.EWS.
PAGE THREE*
.   \ Qood Thing is Sar+ to be A
Pvreciutnd
COWANS
PERFECTION
COCOA
'MM. Leaf
I.-hei)
,.,..,. in favor every  day.    Our ������.....       .
".':,      ���  ���ne.    Th.  mam  heaiihlul .���_  ,    ,    gj j-��*l
THR COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Nl the
et.
,   "  w*rtrirtr.rfV^.'WMra/ 1
CHURCH [j
SERVICES 1
��� . I ,r   hi:, column must    be
at, o; telephoned t", tbia office by
;    on  i ridays.    The omission '<(
b  notice  from  this ooluun j
-..', oopy has b**n turn-d
tor or other responsible
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LAWEIS
al Studio
'.tW   WEST'.'  N B   C
ONE NIGHT,  TUESDAY,
E 15th
TH '���:  I.    Paints   are
be fa tory testa they
'.rials  that ,
make I .... ���,-,,_ most for
.''ur -' -   -:. labelled
M.i.     ���
,'Ul
" M.I   ll
I I..,. . j   ,      ���
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Pure
Paints
's Opera Company
���' ilwayiln thn
...rr.i-h  and
'   ; !, of Toronto.
-
Anderson Uusb)
) Agent* for f
Newr  Westminster ^
and  District
TOll Bill FOI ULIPUTUNS,
M-TUH. JOIN NEW LUMPAN.
irafluaie* From Po'lard't Little Folks
B��   Seen   Here   Tuesday   in
Fun   ,n   Br,��to  "
*.V
Sunday,   June   13.
H      ���.   .     N1TY���Ri v  A   BniidricK,
raoi ii r. ii  sermon
at v.    [CvenSOOg   and   sermon   a;
;T  i   ii.     Sunday school at 2V'0 p.m.
jit'"-   C J  Leon rd, Ini unbent ol dm
jn-y.   wl      .v,  e   charge   Of   both    ������������'���
vice*
QUEEN S AVENUE METHOIMBT���
!IU--, W H Harraclough, pastor. Ber-
, rid at 11 a_m. and 1 pm-; Sunday
j school at  2:30 p.m.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
��� Kev J. S. Henderson, pastor. Sy
ricei   11   am.  and    7    p.m.    Sabbath
. ��cb>_;   and    Bible   class  8:30    pm.
j R. M Mci>vjd, of Westminster hall.
Vancouver, w:|i preach morning and
avening.
WEST    END      METHODIST���Rev.
lames    Calvert,    D.D..    pastor.���Bar*
at II   a.m.  and  7  p.m.      (Va*
meel :.n  a*.   10  a.m.   Sunday  school  at
2:30  p.m.   Epworth   League   Monda)
at   8   pm.;   prayer   meeting   Wedoei
day  at.   .   p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST  ��� Kb��
E. i. lira.].-n, pastor Servlci - ..'
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school at
'j :30 ,..'n. Epworth .- ���.-     ou
<���-.���:..  .   B ock.
OLIVET    BAPTIST    - 11 a.
ra. and 7 ;. m    Bunds at 2:30
, p.m.    Mi i ----- r.    pray.r    meeting ou
Wednesday   at   *  o'clock.      Rev,   \\.
H.  Redman, ol South  Van     .v.     will
n. ���     in  the morning.      Rev   H   W.j
Oen occupy in i|
the evi ning.
BARLEY
MADE BV
JK-tttKHANttRHIlllHOC'
fc ��� CALGARY ALBERtA"-"!
(WHufKTSCSJ " BSBlW-Al fflOOS
THEY Will STAND
CLOSE ACQUAINTANCE!
Eburne, B. c . May 80, 1809
The   Brackman-K.-i   Milling  Co
Ltd:
Dear   Sirs,���Although   I   <ti I
not at first relish the Uavor ot
CaverbilTa Ba.*:'---   Flakes   aitor
I  us:ng   them   a   few   time*   1  acquired a gr_a��  lik'.ng ror them.
and can now  say   after .-everal
months' steady use, that for DM
they    are    the    best  Hrtaktast
F<iod on the market; th.-y nave
a rtavor of which 1 do not tire,
and are very- eoalty dlgestCO.
Yours truiy,
MRS. .1   _   SMITH
The above snould be convincing evidence of their food value
Ask  your grocer for a  pacage.  15c.
a.,-,,.    L..___    ����_     _     , I...    , m
.  _.-.., ,    . , _      r-a-a-       _
Your baker for a barley loaf.
If you bake bread, ask for a 10-tb. sack of Bane/ Flour. Ma,
by the same procets as Barley Flakes; a book of recipes "With eve
sack;   we   guarantee   this  flour.
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
de
ry
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
yon bow It is cheaper to buy our
hl.h-class building material*.
than It Ir to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bul't. with our materials that never need repairs.
We ran point to some others
thai need repair, all the time.
Bu: they were not built of our
materials. See where r_il
' bi .pness lit"''
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
"Fun on the Bristol"
PR!. :
CHINA
I     ���     ._   o'  all   kindi-P'iki'rji  P.. -ted Ch.na.
I    ��� t"   DOOta  niO'V.   but   ner     _  ����� y   finer;
finer   ""ia,   __    p  ru��   It! V    .*    "a    t--ad��;
>*;-i rrt  very  fin,  and  thl  gOOdfl  ft   Bil   H.g>" grade.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
..!   AGENTS  FOR   PiCKA .DS  HANDPAIMfD CHINA.
'���*.     be pr*
v ���   ��� renlng        the P.
��� ��� pany,  which ������      mi  *ed
- . from    Uu   l.   .   .
who
-:.-.���
������. ���:
a -��������� tare
sdlag  lad)
...     rd, I   :.  * with
and *      e seen In the
. ii   im      Othei  "id la-
rites   ,;v ng   the L
.
. d,   ar.-  four
- ;: tahe part I*, Um -
Pollard,  Jack  Pollard,   T-idi--
tlfred Holding     Al
���   a    .
    -ears   from   the   14111-
uling    anoth'-r
*��� .. ..nr.- little folk   E*i     '���'���
.   ���.--..-   Moore,  of   K
Mm.    M,- *���
. *, di engagi m ��������� I
��� ������ -    ,.,     r       Hi rry
\    ' rails
RAILA-VY   EARNINGS
SHOW   BIG   INCREASE
-       11    -The   C     P     R
uafh I * ;!'<   Brai  week - '
i,   .   '  .. over  the -aU*''.
week  lasi
T>..    . - -    EUltwaj  tratli,
areeh    ..;  June
in.-r. ..-��� ,'.  5 ��� -   >  ������������'��� Wl
iset ) ��� .1*
AUSTRALIA
Tf    HAVE
HIGH   COMMISSIONER
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH,
Bapperton���Kev E G. Tnom.-.n. M.
A_, pju'.or. Public worship. mom;ng,
11 am , evening, 7 p.m. Sabbath
Bcho, . and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
i'r.i-.     meeting Wedn-* la     *   p.m.
ST    STKI'HKN S   .RkSB. I r.lUA.N
���Re.   T   Ward.aw Taylor.  MA. Ph
.  . _       tei     Sen cr= at 11 a. m. and
7 p.i.     S ���:��� laj    school at 1    .  P :
i'al, .   - ., piled
BALVATION ARMY���Services will
be conducted la tbe **. A. 'a :-! ks
a Sunda a I \ot�� ii - Holiness i-'ree and Eaaj meeting;
7 sv p.m., SalvaUoo meeting. Ca^tgln
B    Mr.Miilan.  offlc-r  In  charge
iLUNOWOOD MKTHODIST ���
. n Icee at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sun-
Isj srhool a' 10 am. Epworth League
. p m. Dundona'.d school
b -, Bervtce at I pm. and Sunday
school at 1 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Junes,
v,r ��
BURNABY tfI8SIO,N Past Rev.
terid. Carpetttei Etervlce�� as
-* - F_st    Bnrnab.       Sunday
.   ... .i-  .     .lock; preach!:.:- service
��� pm .   >��� .::���._ ;,- . ��� -  service at
;   0 p tn   Than  -.    | rayi    *��� i ��� ce al
in   Weet   Burnaby,  Sun lay   school
. 30 und preaching ut 7 :_'.���.
ST.  BAILS  REFORMED EPISCO-
f \1_��� Rev   A   deR tiwen, rector. S.r-
v,-\. at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.    Holy Coni-
m mion Drsl Sunday in tjie mouth after morning service.    Prayer meeting
on Thursday at 7:30 p ui.
HUT10N, VEAL, PORK
Preth   Pork    Sausages  dally.
Best  of  Farmer's  PorK.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEHY & ANDERSON      Columbia St.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
FREE      METHODIST
Eighth   street,  between
M. I .-1 ���      \ v emi.r
-, Bkln  wil]    ati   I irltament
b '.ill io . onstltuti ''      ol high
. ommonweaitn H
In  I.on,ion
Co!   .'   l'  i.   iv rton,
CHAPEL���
Third    .md
uu*. Ung,  U
.i :n.     Preaching,    u    a m,;
��� ���!. l'V!.i p m.:  Service a
Midweek
Sunday
7  p m .
.        ..���,... .    Hiav-ves  prayer meeting     1'';.;v^V
,      .a.In.     will repr Com*   I  ��_��� P-m-     HoUness m.-et.ti, lu.>d
���    ,,. at .:4., pm     W, B. \an valtn, evangelist
monwealth
rence
ai   the Unpi
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
JOHN    D
RYAN    NAMED
TO  SUCCEED   ROGERS
SOUTH WESTMINSTER ME1HO-
DIST MISSION - Rev Henry Wil. m.
; BStor. Sunday school Bl 1" !> -t
Church bi rvlce at H am
Take notice, that an applicat.on
has been made to register Peter Hen*
dersou a-- the owner in fee siinp'... under a tax sale deed from lhe Reeve
aad clerk of Surrey. u_ Th_ Corporation of the Township or District of
Surrey, bearing date the ?,Ui day of
December, A. D., MOI, of all and sin
gular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, iyinj; and
being In the District of New Westminster, in the Province of British
Columbia, more particular'.)- known
aud described as Lots 3 and 4, of
Block 4, being part of Lov 7 and S,
Group .. Map 4.0; Lot 7 of Bio.- I.
being part of Lots 7 and 8: Group 2;
Lot 9, of Block 4 being pan of Lois
7 and S, Group _.
You and those claiming through or
under you and a'l persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregi-stored instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
ls not registered under th,- provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," are required to contest the claim of th tax
purchaser wiihiu forty-five days from
the date of the first publication of this
notice upon you, and in default of a
caveat or certificate of lis pendens being tile;! within such period, or in default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will be for-
evei- estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land, and I shall register
Peter Henderson as owner 'hereof in
fee.       And  1   hereby  order  that  publi-
ca-...,p. ol this notice for tb'.rty days lu
a daiiy newspaper published in New
Westmlnsti r will be good and suffi
cent service thereof.
Dated at tbe Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of Hrr.i-.ti
Columbia, this 3rd day of May, A u,
19t^.
C. S   KEITH.
District   Registrar
To Yuk Chee Chew Sing aap.
John J. Weir
NEW
Summer and Autumn Goods
for   Ladies and  Gentlemen
A beautiful line of material lor
tailor made costumes and suitings has
)ust arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit and tood
*>*orkmanshlp.
WING  YUEN
Kwong  On  Wo &  Co.  Block,
Columbia   and    Melnnes   Sts.
Phone 54. P. O. Box P66
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���I.N���
HE        DAILY NEWS
'AT
Ryall's Drug Store
s, ���  Vi  -  June 10    John D  Ryan
i elected   presldi ni   ol   the
\     .-niiii!.M ('..;���-,'.', compan) to sue
,. 1!    II    Rogers     B   B.
ar waa elect. .1 presldi n   ol tho
v ��� ,   inds  C ippei   Mining    compan).
edlng John D  Ryan   Mr  Rogera -
a?   rice-president  ol  the    Ans
conda Copper company   .,,,> filled    1
���. ,   ,  ,* - .-u of  F.  P,  Ad,licks.
i
COLLEGE
EYES TESTED FREE.
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���*HfiT-FTi_iit
���*fti,T,Knaf
I        M '  biid  ll  to your  ndv.u.'u:.
��,   !'*:;'   your booking at thla OOOS,
��� Intend to travel or send-
'" '   -. friends
S,i,iina r-om Quebec.
^pr"'�� Bl Ireland July 2
prf" oi   Britain Ju'y   16
m_    ��*nei  .lati-a and (uirtu-nlai"S ap
*'" to
K. QOUl-ET.
C. P. H   Agent
"The Milwaukee
���7
���Thr   P.oneer Limited,"
Chicago,  "Short   Una
Chicago.     "South
Kansas City to Chicago
on
e,|Ull
Chicago, MU
Oakland,  Cai., June  11.���Thai  the
average collage    graduate la  useless
mid will  tlnd the faun better suited
I,, his capabilities than th.. city was!
the   opinion    expressed    i>>  Joaquin
Miller In nn address before Ihe gradn- j
aUug  class   of California  college,  m
thla city. I
'Make th.-   college   graduate worn
wel] us with his brain,'
ths i*'et of the Sierras said.     "I've
is.vn  so  many  worthless college  mon
any ilmt I'm not  greatly disposed lo OOtt-
m gratttlatg   one   who  has  done  nothing j
but  graduate.
The  prisons are filled  with idlors. i
St.   Paul   ��o
Omaha     to
West     Limited" hjs hands ���
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.
No   train-.  In   the   i-erM,.'
railroad in the 'v*,rW :,mt
equipment thai al 1D* ���,, ........
Paul  1'sil.uD'      Ihey The hist  time I visited  tho Pennsyl
their own Bleeping Ivanla penitentiary,   l   found twenty
h,ir trains and �������*< ^wyers. torty-fly, dod
. I many bankers anti marc]
wankee & Rt
uwn  nnd operate
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
and dining osrn on all U
i-liants
���an,I
a   .........    ...........^   .._,.   "i uniT-r       l'lll'Se ;
give  their  patrons M evcelb-nce    o    1)(-n  wo].(i  coue(.-   gra(jUBtw.      It   Is
service  not  obtainable elM-where. notiewible  that   1  saw  no  farm.*
���      ' in closing,    the speaker    attacked
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
H  8  ROWK. tleiural Agent.
U4 Third St.. cor. Aider Po-dand. Or.
college   football.   C-��racterlzint;
a waste of tlniv- aud strength
C.  E. TRAVES, Local  Manager.
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SATURDAY
JUNE   12
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Published by The Daily News Publish-
Ing Company, Limited, at tin ir offlci B,
The Dall)  News Hlock, corner of McKenzie and  Victoria  streets.
t. A.  Paige Managing  Director
_j_F5?-v_v.
union ;Aj.tcabIc>
saturday, june 12. 1909.
Koing to resign to make room for
Jay I.ee?
To know the route Into tho city
which the Hastings llurnaby lake car
line will  take?
To know when 'he council will roc
ognlse that the administration of thi
Carnegie library needs Improvement '
To know why proper signaling ar
rangcment. are not established on
the G N. R. between tbi.* city and
Vancouver,
"GET THE HABIT'
SEE THE
Big  Demonstration
IN OUR WINDOW TODAY
ABOLISH   SOFT   JOB-
IN   BRITISH   NAV .
THE  CITY'S  BUDGET
Tli- estimates tor tbe cun eni >"���   ' ���"*
expendltu        |   roved  at  the special
meeUng of Uu  City Council on Thursday, should, we think, meet w';h the
genera] approval  of    the  ratepayers
The total of    $291,426    may at   hi
sighi  appear to    e somewhal
but   it   must   not   be   forgotten   that
the city haa approached a period ol
creat  expansion    which   necessitates
the'carrylng out of certain Improt -
men;,  of a more or h-s.-, costly character.    The Lulu island bridge, which
will become a most valuable aaeel  to
the  ( w  is   the  moai   Imp* rta i
these.      Th,- expi o llture    upon  thn
�� o I- Is, h ��s i ���er  partly balano d
iin- $20,296 realised ���'      -'��� c"-''
pm; art) on thi Island during thi
y.-ar. I be fad thai tin* Q_ ira shows
an Increase of $16,000 over the sales
of Lulu island tots in 1907, and that
private owners on the Island
���vized quite considerable amounts
during tbe pasi few months, makes ���'
evident that 'he new bridge haa a-
fluence:! a healthy Improvement In
land values. That this lmprovemi I I
will ibe even more marked when the
bridge is completed and tl..- car little running over it, is prett)  certain.
The prepartion of these annua. ���
mates forms perfaapa the niost trying
work that the City Pathera have to
undertake, Many weeks of labor
have to be devoted to the 'ask of getting th,- figures Into sha,��� and it is
only the bar�� result of this that the
public sees. In all public bodies
there is a kind of constant strife go-
in- on between the sending departments and those who have to provide
the ways :md means. It is the thankless iask of cutUng .lev _ hen- aud
modifying there that occupies BO much
of the time of th_ council and its committees, and necessitates such a great
amount of consideration and care
But it is just this business-like consideration for ibe financial |nt�� -.-
of the city, 'hi* ��� rercis. of prudent
economy, that secures its good name
and satisfactory position.
The  ordinary     estimates,   how.-..
provide only for the ordinary expenditure.      For   spf .ial   itvins   of  capita:
expenditure the council is formulating
a  series  of   money   bylaws.    We   ai
glad to see that this body ha* rei   -
nized ihe need for the inStallatl. n o
an incinerator, for the disposal of the
Increasing  amouni    of    gar!,an    an
refuse.     To the necessity for such a
provision   we  bave  frequenUy  called
attention.     A sum of $6500 i_ also '-
be proviiled for a new  police station
and lockup,   the   Inadequai    ol   I
present accommodation having
strongly animadverted    upon  by  tbe
c.rand Jury at tbe recent assizes, Tho
Columbia    street    Improvemeni    will
likewise have to be provided for.
The expenditure that is necea .
to keep pace with the progre _ an I expansion  of  our  city   musl   by   vi   ..������:
in the light of an Investment that wlll 1
'.ring a profitable return in the i. ar
future.      We   tee]  certain,   therefore,
that   when  the time comes  for voting j
upon  the  money  bylaws  the citizens
will  give  their    full    support   to tha
Council's < B ��rl    to Improvi and i eau-
'ify our city,     That the financial position of the city is satisfactory, not
"ith. -ta iul inj:  the  great  fin-  anil Other
trying   occurrences   of   ihe past, is
shown by the i a     rates ���    which the
- .-n ai.].. to borrow money   for i's public   works.     The  low
. ite obtained lasi year, when $132,000
was  borrowed,    provi     thi
administration  of    the city   to bave
been oonducti d    along    prudenl   u d
 I:,l    liri't.
Liondon, June 11. ll Is staled in
authoritative naval circh*s thai ��� ���
admiralt) have under consideration
the abolition of the post ui Command
er-in-chief at the greai bomi dockyard
ports. Various conditions have of late
years combth_d io render the office
little more than u sinecure The redistribution of the fleet, opening up
nes baaes, and t,'u.. Increaaed 6. hi re
of oon'roi exercised b) thi admiral
rlnti ndeni of d... k) ards bave
minimized the duties i a ion admiral
almost ',. vanishing point
A bill, i upon i,h<. ���    'i ol a po    ad
n: ra] is paiahieii as one of the
of ii ��� sen ice It eai on an
;im-::il-i "oni day on ami three lays'
leave."
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
IAL     Pi .i'\v -87-pieee    Dmn--.
Seta, |is nu each.
v... bu) I  : c    ', and s.-M for the ��*���
FOR  SALE   CHEAP
Five   splendidly   located   sta BU   '**      r''1  ,,reet'  Sapperton,  easily cleared, elegant  view       prirr
per   lot,   on   easy   terms;    you should **r  theae at  once.
A   twostory   house   on   Cedar   Street,   n-odrrn,   good   location,  price   $2200.00;   ona.l   i||
to  arrange.
Three   lots  on   Eighth   street.  fsdnO   Moody  park.    $1450  will  buy these for a lew   : ,r.
are   easy;   $320 cash.     For  the balanca   I  f.T* accept  $20 per mcith.
All   of  the   above  are   good  bU)     '   r   InvSStmSnl
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,  Columbia  sire
I'M     '.I
Killej  in  Turney,
i       -.intinop-'.  Juni    i!     i:   v   re
ported tola.-,  thai .* ,,-ra; Turk!
were killed �� bile attempt] . ��� ,
removi v dul Hamid, Former Sultan,
from B , ��� ilea    Pala bere  be ;>
I -hi prisoner,     No deta     ������   I
posed attempt  are  ���' ralla .-   and  11 ���
- epon. are um--: I fled
Saturday Specials at the
ACME
TENDERS   WANTED
Ten [era v* ill be reci ici d b)  th.
d. rstgned    up  to  the    .   t of J me,
1909,  for  the co istructio i  and  ���
tlon nf a t int er tre tie br dge ���
Glen  brook  on  Sixth avenu.    a
the city of New Westminster,
Plans, conditions of contract and
sp -. locations can bi - en at tb. i li J
engineer's office.
The lowest or an:- tender nol Be< ��� *-
>arily ace    I ij
w. A   DUNCAN,
City Cl!
Cty Hal    lune 10   1 KW.
NOTICE.
Parties     ivlng  . lalma   ig ���
t.'ie
Relrhen: a, l.    Co.,     Limited.    ar*e
re
<]Uf-.-',i]   ���     ; r-sent  them  at  once
for
settlein.-n*       All accounts ,liu- to
tl
above named linn mus;  be ;.a:d f<
rth-
with to the   ui '.""-icned.
.!   REICHENBACH,
P. . -  Boi 172, N-w Westmlnsti
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Boys' Clothing at Half Price.
Men's Porous Knit and Double-Thread Balbriggan
Underwear, $1.00 a Suit.
Men's Suits, in Blue, Brown and Grey Serges, reg-   !
ular $16 to $24.   Saturday S10, $12, $lf��� $18.      X
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TENDERS.
Tender* ar- requcated  for a scb.,,,1
ai  Bapperton      Tenders    close  12th
1909.     1 ..n* aad apedflcatlona
'Vice.
W   1��   QOODFEU-O-t
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ACME CLOTHING CO.
A. CHA I'PELL, Manager.
1 Specials for Today 1
Women's  White   Canvas ff
Blucher Cut Oxfords, per U
_
pair
$1.50
FAIR   TREATMENT.
The peopl    of   Nea    w. stmln
bi artil) appri elate the fall  treatmenl
which has been ai i 01 led to the i it)
laoroBsi   team,    In    connection  with
their   meeting   with   the   Tecum
by   Sir  Edward   Clouston       Sh   Ed-
wand bat  fixed  the 26tb and Z9th <>l
ibis m< i iln- dates for the Minto
-cup conti datea which wil] allow
the New Westminster oys to get a
rest, though brii f, befoi their mai,-a
with the Vancouvei team on Dominion Day, an annual evenl whlcb is ai-
ways Btranuou contested Sv 1-..1-
ward's gentlemanly and Bportaman-
lil.e avion li m pleaaanl i-oniiii.al
with Uu i ��� fall attitude of hie fellow
Vast.-. P li Ross, win, Beemei d
tei min,,! to put om- boya to i h -��� eal
���  . possible Inconvenh nee
WAITING
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ASK   YOUR   GROCER   FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
* "'J iff that you jet   t.
ANOTHER  CARLOAD JU   ST   ARRIVED
For   Whtat.   B*r'.y.   OstS,   C'.op,,   CMcfctfl   F.td.   Bran,   Shorts    Hi;.
ft- .   J��-   u�� Wf   will   ���(��   that    you   prt   II   promptly
HALF: BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phon*   335
186  COLUMBIA   STREET p   o.  DrSwei
At the Big Clothing House
CANVAS PANTS
Suitable for Cricket or Tennis
MEN'S     OXBLOOD     OXFORDS  AND
EALS..   PAIR
MEN'S     BEST   PATENT     L-ATHER
HIGH CUT   LACE  BOOTS.  PAIR
$4,
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
S.fen of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster, B, C.
THE LARGE8T 8HOE HOUSE IN B. C.
To  know  a-hen     Mayoi     Kearj   Ib
Canvas Shii ts, Cellular Shirts
and Honeycomb Shirts
BEATS ALL KINDS
Summer Underwear
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
���IBI gwi imi iii isi i  " i'i ���_���____.ii i    i rTirimrrTTiir" ' ""   '--'
Advertise   in    Th��>    News   ��� i gATL'ODAY,  JUNE   12,   1.0.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAOE FTVB.
.  and  SKIRTS.  IN    WHITI   LINENS,  N.CtL.    TRIMMED    IN    A    variety    OF    STYLES'
r f   T- RMA ^EW   dV ���ERS   STRAPPED   W*TH   WH'TE'   -��    ALL     PUT   ^    "��"
FOR    A    FEW   DAY'.       ���,      ,. |p   YOll   Dlln   ecru.   . r.   _,_._,-_
t ,h    'QU  PAID   REGULAR  PRICES YOU  COULD  NOT  GET  BET
���LES THE   OARVt..,T.   ARE   CUT   RIGHT    MADE   AND    FINISHED    CORRECTLY      AND
A  .       PETA.N   THEIR   IXClLLlNT   FITTING  Ql.AL.TiES     REGULAR   VALUES  TO  $10.0   FOR
$4.
50
J'.!.   CHILDRESS   BONNETS
FOR    _Oc
A    a .
Sl-Khll.
rs ! . ..��_
1 WHITE    LNDERSKlRTs
FOR  |1 00
. ���
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and 1
%' .tX>
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���    .  f,.r
15c
WASH   SKIRTS   FOR  $2.25
, ���    al   lot   In  alnio-t   ��� ��� ���
D '
I at a Bodarata '���������    ���
 $2.25
oda section i�� certain-
ta ti m "f    lbs ���
at   th       ;���-���   ��� :,:   tu:..-.     hu:    v..
v   mi, p. .   . .- ��� .
'*.   wit-,  n.-ver  DBOft  com-
���  ���   ��� ���   ; r^f.-ni��� and  below   wi
'��� w ol thv  novelties  we
srv sbosrl
D Wltl            ������:!!��� ...i d .
. - :��� ard      10c
. M isi in, plain or i
. - 1 15c
-   In all colors   plain or
 20c
v, .    |    V -��� :..--, from,
i ���  25c
Of       tiillV
>.trd,  10c
A Talk About Dress Goods
IF  YOU  ARE   LO    \ING    FOR   ANYTHING  IN   THE  WAY   OF    DRESS    FABRIC'S.    THIS   STORE
'     lv.   f'Ht     a.,EU   TO   MEET    ALMOST   ANY   DEMAND   YOU    MAY   MAKE    IN   THUS   SECTION.
Ai    <   -.R.Y   THE    ..ARGEST   STOCK   BOTH   IN   PLAIN   AND   FANCY   SUITINGS   AND   URESS   MATERIALS  IN   THE   CITY.  AND    HAVE  AN   EXQUISITE SHOWING OF    NOVELTY     FABRICS    IN    THE
,J      '    WANTED   SHADES     WE   SUBMIT   A   FEW   PARTICULARS     OF     SPECIAL     OFFERS     FOR
YOUR   PERUSAL
I'NCH   ALL   WOOL   CHEVIOT
Bat-*)    ��n I
���: ,i seaside -eat  or km
,.'..t,    ��� . ��� '���
v.,
* B   COATING  SERGES  AND
.l.GH    ..STAMINtS.
tor chlldi*.       ������
M      f_6,  90e  and  $1-00 prr  yard.
BLACK,   NAVY   AND
I'OWN   LUSTRES
from
35c
1   - 1* ACTIVE     ' 1   M'-1-  1!
IN   NOVELTY   STRIPES
FOR   98c   PER   YARD
SUIUN.-"-
i arentj ihree  suit   leagths  In  noi
|.|ly I   ���'>'*
.m.i mosi ol Um      ���     'N'   '
...   d8na       rhe *���'-. on I   advam
n.i.    .,,,,1   ��,.  must    have -he ;i'-1"'
.  ,..,,.)      ..., up      ������ '    ",'lM1"*
i uu mi.-., uml clearing the loi at ���
argain      U miiiir    ��alu��i    to H-"' ���
for, p.i   yard -'9Bc
���SO INCH   LIGHT   SUITING
AT IftC   PER  YARD
of oottofl a tup BnmnH
s,  and   Whits  j.t: ll*e .Uid
: ,  ���       r    p. r  | ird 2bC
: okl D    "I   oJ   |tgb<     |��v  la   and
i in, ia man rl i * ,���i.i iin--.  thai
��.  do nol    wanl      i can-,  01 r, in
1 r.in..   w avi *
i-   valui 1 to 85i t��� -i   ...37  l-2e
ALL   WOOL  CREAM
bERGES  FROM  50c   PER   YARD
\,,w i Ume to oome aad
over our atoclt  of cream  goods,  we
have  a   I- :!     0t Of  plan   and
In  satin  and chevron
,i ,ai: a        8tC.,     from,      pel
vard  50c io $1.25
CREAM   LUSTRES
,. UU.- weaves; PrreaUey'a finit-.ii
per yard 35c to 85c
Bo sur* and shop early, and allow
the elsrka ������ HtUe recreation during
the hot weather... Store closet at 5
p.m.   sharp  except   Saturday.
T.
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Qi-yNew5 FURNITURE
il. aderson   will preach
��� md evening al tii"
.   . .' ireh.
t : tn ��� garden at Tidy's,
.:i<!', -a'-  '     ���
. ream and
icial .... room
.   ���    lun    it
ind set _t
' .     Trapp block. ������
For value in House Furnishings go to
W.   E.  FALES
The Leading Furniture Dealer
UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER
ng ol  tbe  Wo-
.,������,.,   REPAIR  WORK   ATTENDED   TO   PROMPTLY.
- p.m.    in Ui- .   '���:    trade AND awning MAKING.
ball.
PICTURE       FRAMING
Eal     ��� ���  .: ' Brown &
�����
rh.-  lot ���   Sl -
.  .    '.   UK   '-, ���
-   noon l"-  in.-,,- ction    .-
al
Kor ��� s<      and any
i    . Dai
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nt Comn     lonei
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D    '. iting    ' ���-
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P.  B-,    1 ���. rVestml
tor, F.  Pri
Sent   at
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I   .1   .1   M..- Kay. i
612-.18 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
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Swagger Shoes for
the Holiday
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* YOU   DON'T   NEED  A   LOT  OF     MONEY     TO   GET  A   NICE.
��� STYLISH SHOE FOR THE HOLIDAY. OUR SHOES AT POP-
t ULAR PRICES HAVE THE SAME DASH AND GO AS THE
J       HIGH!
IEST   PRICE   ONES.
I usi   arrived
i 14 li
���    irs    12   1-2
E igene Brown _���
<
��� B i-Ii   Will  preach  at
i. -   .venui   Methodist etiurch to-;
i      ow  morning, providing   he does
n     leave tbe city tods,   on hie trip]
��� ���     where he �� III  visit One
"' BOOS.
��� arrived, a car.uad c; Ko.:n
1! ��� Flour. Fu'.i assortm- nt of s._.-
':��� .���*-. now in slock.     Bale _.-os.
_       . Ltd.
. Queens _venu Epworth l>a-
Badeavor arlll meet
a uu in *:������ eagu ; artoi on M n
da) evening at * ,jclo.,r. Be. .Mr.
i idongh, who Is lea.iug i I ..
��� arlllI |       an Utter itinj
. -as.
it    light, delicious,    wbOleso
I you so much enjoyed at your
! ��a*   msde   -vi'h   ito:.ln
Hood y    ���
���ill :.:iu...l
iuv '������-. Port  Ixiufc... bead ol
I Harrison tabs on June 1* or June '-'���-
oc  i-i m that ihe I   m
���   on bai   ��� -ii a     PorealTa store at
Douglas   and  other outlying    points
ed   with a stock of prow ���
*ions
The pleasaatest wa.. 'o spend Saturday afternoon la to taki . river trip
10 Steveston an.', rack. The SS.
Transfer '.eaw- . . .i..,,r- wharf
_ ; every Saturday, re .van-;
. un ��� ��� ning.
the round trip.
Thi principal supplies of strawber- j
i... lor tb*- chy cootinuc to come'
rrom Hood River. Or. Tha local pro* \
due's wUl n<>t bt* - *ad> for about a
.ac��'k Shipments ar.- beginning to!
. oni,��   in   ir.'m   the  CbWlWBck neigh-1
'i-irlio.. I
e
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Ladies' Oxfords and Ties
Tan, Chocolate, Patent and Oxblood. in the new shapes and
styles. Colonial Ties. G bson T,es and Oxfords. Every pair to
fit  a-d  wear.
$1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50
Stylish Shoes for Men.
H.gh   and   Low   Shoes,   in   Patent,  Tan,   Chocolate,  Gun   Metal \\\
and Oxbiocd.   .   Every pair dressy   and   nifty.       A   wide   range   of Z
shapes tc  choose from. X
Vtf. E. SINCLAIR
THE RELIABLE SHOE MAN.
HOLMES  BLOCK NEW   WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Far*-    one dollar for
-nee   Games���kooi    and
Bowling   Alley,   Front ,
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
Now
ktimfortable.
street "|
The CiUsena Lieague win hrtd -'--
..tiuu-i; meeting ou Tneedaj evening
in thi* Cunningham bail, when oOcera
' >r iho ne\t six months are lo be
, looted The gathering will i ��� I
to order ai eight o'clock. Sewraj ol
tba nun now holding office havs signified th ir Intention of resigning,
The ann _ m ��� og of the -ten .*;
Own Bible class of Queen's _venue
dhurch will I.- he I in the I agui room
at oight o'clock on Tuvd...-, evening,
when th,. eleotion of otiii*<r.i tor the
ensuing i rra srill ptreceda a aochBl
hour. The business ..;' the pas; year
will also be wouhd up al tiii_ meeting
The cltj band-men ��� IU tak ��� stops
u> yi. week to make arrangements tor
evening baud ooaoerta at Al ort Ores
,. ni th.s ( immer Consld ��� >i H
culty bus been experienced to gel
... men to play, as tbe muslci ins
have more staple employment In the
* .m,l music h.il's in
Van, on.. ���
Tlu- Int. rlor of tits city  hull   vault I
va in re i        ��� ,  recor la are kept, i> to
ba refitted ��ith dreptoof furntture.ln
place ol the wooden shaving now In
u     whii.: might i >��� afio, ti-.i by the
h ,,- ,,, B     , Bra     An official "'��� the
Offlce -P<-i:vy Company, Of Toronto.!
which ha.* the oontraot for the work,
wa* in the city on a consultation with
Cltj Clerk Duncan In reference *o the,
matter yesterday.
Tbe Junior and senior metrlclatioa
examinations for Toronto university, I
held annuall. al Columbian oollege, '-���
which is m afflHal on with the eastern
Institution, sum Tuesday The
courses in the college are arranged
to give the preparation tor these examination*, ami also tne work for the
succeeding years the affiliation being
so arranged that an entire university
.-utse of fou I irs en 1 _g with a
degree of B. A conferred by Toronto,
iiiuy .be taken whl ������ In residence tt+ta.
There   will   be   twent.   student ,   to   all
fixini tha college for the Junior matriculation, and twoiv- to_ the senior.
Beside thi-. there will be savera) more
candidates from other schools, the
loeal nuii School Beading some tot
tlu- senior matriculation examina-
���.'.. ns. .
Dinner Sets
We hav. ten dinner sets, regular value
$15.00 to $16.50. which we will sell for
$12.50
If you require one, don't mlse thla os-
portunity.
m    Adams&Deans
TH^(()MFORT
ure truly insured it you take out (ire, life and accident policies in the reliable Canadian companies
which I represent.
The great advantage which I am able to give
over others in the matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing I will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALPRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
t 229 COLUMBIA ST.
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THE   DAILY   *rWS,
SATURDAY,   JUNE
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line cf the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line  and   V.   V.   and E.  Cloverdale to   Sumas  Railway.
Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY  AT ONCE.
Fraser Valley  Tannery,  Ltd.
JUDGES CENSURED
8Y SABBATHARIANS
Decisions Against Strict Sunday Observance Objectionable to N. Y. Association.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
u_.ee   Phoae 18s.     Barn   Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly    to
any part of the city.
MAC-VCz-IADA
_������ n   tm -_ **
A
New    *)..:,.     Jun..    11��� It.*,nil oas
critlclsing rulings by lodges and
strat.       , tared to   ������ i ontrarj i
spirit ol the laws   ��� ��� i -'   ���   Ba
��� ���' ���   ��� an  ���     .,:      ibll   fester,
the Ii gla il .. r.nun,v.. ol
tbe Ni v. v,.;k |tate Sa v . \ to- la
tion. folios ing Tn li ad      ��� tha
commli   ���
The dec sionfl of one or ny ���
court  judges  and  certain   cit)   mag-
latrales ar.- called    nto  g
the resolutions, which ���>���    a
churches,  Young Men d A
i .,   . Ions, ..nd othi     ��� odli
wii   retrain   from   Inviting   to    .-   ���
from  their  platforms anj   J i gi
msgisu ite ���* ho hai   . .       ���    el i up
.   ".      ���      icrtflclng
. ..������ ii :     iv i nf.     ��� ���: ���:.'   and   main-
tenani      '  thi   Chi sUan  Bai   ith oi
nd I       ��� ��� a  :������
ed tbat when such i politics
pn-fi n hone      e and wot
Light and Heavy Hauling **pR
IWr^'*^r<3i^FBI_.|r_B     Ti" n urp-a also ���    ���
uraaa r^-.iicitdir   ,.,.,,        t of the So
It
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
��*
Corner  Eighth St. and    _lfth Avenoa
PHONE  170.
BOWELL & ODDt, Prooristora
to the advantage
nK ot every housekeeper
in Canada to *.: _��� then
Mafic Baking Powder.
Uill.tt'.* Perl-med Lye.
Imperial It .Sv,- Ponder.
Glllett'i Cream Tartar.
Royal "i M��t Cakei.
t-!lett'�� Mammoth Bine.
Magic Baking Soda.
Olllett's Wadiing Cr> <tal. |
MADE FOR OVER
50 YEARS
 I     (EitaalUbH UO   M
L W. GILLETT CO, LTD, Toreale. Oat
��� ���  ���   . offli
fi eni ireement.
��
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4
MARKET   !
REPORT
e ��� e ��� ���
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED  PICTURES  AND  ILLUSTRATED   SONGS    OF    THE    VERY
HIGHEST CLASS.
yn-
for
i  at
Sealed tenders addressed to the
dersigned and vndorsed "Tenders
Post Offlce and Customs Fitting!
Lady, mi th, B. C-, Public Building,
wlll be received until 4:30 p-m. on
Monday, June 81, 1909, for the work
mentioned. Tenders will not be con
Bldi red unless made upon an.l 'n accordance with the conditions eon-
v ;..,. in forma furnished toy Depart
in' nt.
Plana and specifications may be
eeen on application to Mr, Roberi
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building, Ladysmith, B C and at th>. I>
ol  Public  Works, Ottawa.
Bj  order,
NAPOLEON TB8BIER,
B , retary..
in pari:..��� ni ol  Public  Work    Ottawa   Ma;   27,  1909
PROGRAM      CHANGED       MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY   AND   FRIDAY.     SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE  7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults     10c
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
LAND    REGISTHY   ACT
P.  O.  BOS 474.
Tel,
Res. 4...
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell  the Celebrated
PALMER  BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
TAI Vl |*
BROS.TWO I
ANI. lot .-< "
< Vl"! I
GASOLINE
I NGIKES
gSB?
Take notice thai an a], i I, n '��� i
part ment been made to registei . VicCleery as
the owner In (se simple, under a
|tax ..I. deed from the toayoc and
In irer ol the city of New We tmin
Bter, to f. McCleery, bearing date th
9th iy of January, A D. 1904, of all
and Ingulai that ��� ��� i tain pan e] or
tracl ol lam! and premises situate, ly
Ing and being in the City or New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lota 91, 92, 93 and
94, Ol Lot ::. Subdivision Block 14.
Yon .ui i . ach of you are required
tO con'--st ih- Claim Of the tax purchase! within forty-five days from the
dav ol the first publication of thla no
ii.-. otherwise 1 shall registei F. Mc
Cleer* b . owner thereof in i'-- And
;I hereby direct that publication of
this notice In a dally newspaper for
thirv days, publishes1 al Nev. V, . :
minster, will bs good ;'iid luffl I nl
I sei /Ice thereof.
Date,| at ih.- Land Registry Otllv.
New Westminster, Province of Britli h
Columbia, thla 26th da*-- of February,
A. I). L909.
 t
���\ i ids a at I mar
ket   j -*. ��� ..,.        ���   .       .     nolle, sbie
done
from week i., ���*��� ek, wa
vv     which  tbi   market     ���..-���,   _
the towtisp. op... who pal       . ���   ll
Th.   hot weather  lowert i thi   price
ol meal   winch bad  . strong demand
Tii* market  lo.  eggs  also  remain* i
atroug.      Bntter   aaJ   fowl,   however,
diu noi real I thi en. n ... hing of      i
liu-r'   dul]   trad.    BO   *n        and   I
price, and with ibe decrease in quota
tions all the etocl        h tad a ai so
Large quaaUtles of   all    rarietles <.'
in, u   -.-. ��� :.     tall d   lamb an I  ;;. i    a
sin,.viu:   BB   iuc."u-.    over   V.      I  >|
,.:   la  :   ���*������> -.   While   i*-irK   v, .i     :
pli ni .'ul.     Th. ....
al| thai   wa.* off. red and  th    ���������������
. was , leaned ��� ��� r ln tbe ���   llm
Duller   sol,]   for   5c   lees   per
retail than la i tree)
Fowl w.-re preseni In i I n im
and al] wa    d   posed ol     1 hi
birds  had  the  | n ��� -���'��� ��i  demand, and
were .. adl |   bought  up. ;he mal
specimens  nol    ������ Ing    con Ids i
di     -v'
Potatoes  advam   i    llgbtlj
|    ���      'li        wlll
take, a, spring      id    ai    now  being
offer, d In es, wit]
eel    Cor lai
V',-: ��� ���     ll       plants and  flower,  wre
pr.,..,:  ble In a     ��� ��� '.
ii,. nl bi d made a ea -.,���,' b<
building.
Th.. auction                   .. ��� .   large
aj* last w.-, k, bul ibe animal fetch   I
goo| irt-'-s. ��� a iM-
Official Quotation*.
1   Beef   Hlndquai tei    -���.,,��� i-j, per
lh ; toreqnarters, .'��� i -��� to 6 I '-��� per
lii.     Lamb   18c v. l .- p i  Ib     M "
toll     18C    to    lie   p   I-    lh       Veal      I.   fgl
:����� to 10c ix.'r lh.; medium, lie por Ib.
P   ,   prime   B I ..- p-r lb      Butti r
Retail, 30c  p  i   lb.;   who .ale,  .-.'.. pei
lh. Bigg* w\ i,''!'-aie, 25c per ��l"z ���
retail, 30c per doz. Fowl. $7 to **<
per doz. Chickens, JC to 17. Broil-
ers $:; lo $t per doz. Ducks, young,
$8 to $9 pm doz; old, %C to w~ P*T
doz      Potatoes, $-i'i to $12 per Ion.
COAL GOES DOWN
I IN   SAN
FRANCISCO
Ga-
Joseph
01   EMa'-.
ES,   Oaynor, Joseph
E8TMIN8TER
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
��� IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster. Home Paper.
C, S. KEITH.
District  Registrai
All persona served witi) this notice,
an,I tboBi claiming throtfgfa or under
them ami aii persons claiming ai
lnteresi m the said land by virtu, ol
any unregistered instrument, ani all
persons claiming any Interest In the
snld land by descent, whose till., is
not registered tindi-r the provisions of
the "Land Registry act," shall bn
forever , topped and debarred from
sct'lnf: up any claim to or in respect
Of the said land no sold for taxo-. as'(rfr'
provided by the "Lund Regtsury Act."   lul\vl
Si*i Francisco Cal��� .Inn.. 11.���Ai_v
y, trallan ooal was reduced in price by
,'w- -,'<��� ,i' i ),er,. ii flay from $n to
i. I' 0 a ton aa tbe result of a bitter
..f'ml which ha i broken out between
the Western Fuel Company and tha
Pacific Coal Company. The latter
concern slaahed prioea today and ll ll
understood that retailers win reduce
their rale from $12 lo $10.
Th,.   price   CUtMng      whole-ale, h   ,.%.
plain thai ihey wl��h to stimulate the
summer trade and that they ar.- nlso
helped in reducing prices by the facl
thai it now eostf less to Impow ro.-ii
than hi retofora,
HY PURCHASING A
Mason & Risch
THE LEADER OF AU. PIANOS.
THE MASON AND RISCH IS USED IN MORE HOMES UNIVERSITIES
AND MUSICAL STUDIOS THAN ALL OTHER MAKE*. COMBINLU
ALSO   NOW   USED   IN   WINDSOR  CASTLE THE      MASON     4     RI^CH
PIANO WAS SELECTED DY HER MAJESTY THE LATL QUEEN
IN LONDON ENG. AT THE ' COLONIAL AND INDIAN' EXHIBITION
HELD IN 1-86 MASON & RISCH OWN AND CONTROL THEIR OWN
STORES AND WHEN YOU BUY FROM THEM YOU SAVE THE MID
DLEMEN'S   PROFIT THE   MASON      a    RISCH    PIANO   CO     ARE    THE
ONLY PIANO MANUFACTURERS OWNING AND CONTROLING THEIR
RETAIL STORES IN ALL CANADA CALi AND SEE THE MASON A
RISCH PIANO II C. COAST STORES. W GRANVILLE STREET, VAN
COUVER.   AND  M6  COLUMBIA   STREET     NEW   WESTMINSTER
CMS0UH
paciFic
canadian
^Ipacific ^^
RAILWAY COMPANY
��
CARD
Small Accounts
a*,     *�� ' .....      ���    ���        ., ; ��      -, .. ���
... ni-.-d t>��'t wait uni.    ft
i.   a bsa aaauttxM lasrfB  :  v
!.'      ��� ,   ��� -,.:.-      m si ,->,uat
���  :.��� an    ��� .mk��  toi
-���_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_i
��...     ....   .-.. "I.
laving dl*p< ... nc.-d i��"t wait un;     -���
to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Co.,  I
lyoui patronage .. aad DO SO TODAv
rb�� scenic trsnsooattaaatal rauwaj     .... the
_ ,,, .   loyaji��� ���   tbe   ���'   ��� - i,J"-
���a<ai|   - ���    through    uiuiug tin**- tll���   ;)ll.;lH)_n(   ,..ja.k>n_   eiiatlna
Class   sli-rpera
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_____t^^^
���'���^^_______^t\^t*g\^^M
. train for Aga-sis
at .', 4. pui W.-.-k md tickets sold
to local ;     '    ai ons Rare for round
trip
BD, OOULX.
Agsni
c n  fust En.
A��!.l��tnnt Oneral   l'a_ -��� v�����-��� -   .gesl
Vancoufer
HB     Tog  wUl  '���-. -v..   ��� ������" I >
:.i .rer    latrttSUd '���,< ea   ������
i. v- l lag la     '   baaklai wi ��� a
, ��� I I'.rtu.
Bgh       UlUlUg    UlSl-    (| t
     _.,      and dining c-t.*      At- ;,;i
lantic                 ,������..'�� duty I I __\ id-  ^^^^��� w _yH/ -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
train r     Seattl,    ,,:,j 0:her Bouinern    ' late go.           total assets over $'3
point* at .:l. am.  train for Aga.is '���'         '         I U waa ap-
.Mr To ihunt.        . -.. BTte :,..
��� \;- lien .-i it a
tbat  I ..   .    ->>< n
n    k< pt   Bp  tl ��� 1'���������
o     ; ge to th.. new
firm win give ds moi _ pleas an     I
Iball In the asai  (oturs deOda whai
of buslneea to '-.���������     I       in the
meant rn* I will appri    ite Un prompt
,,f aii at ���, Bfl '   ���'     me
i  ��� i .    oars v- ry trulj
I    i    IdcKAY.
,(X<- I" *��� oc
Sent#0n Approval
'i'n R ���-.  i Bl it I'i
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PFN
RED  GEM
E/>o Inh Pencil \
Voui
THE       REICHENBACH
LIMITED
COMPANY
-Clalrai
n. I
in     .   :     ��� .   W udln    I p
\, ���      ... ���    in th.    matter "t      fbe
... Umli .1
\-        . . ,      ,. a-   i,
.. nam ,i ��� ompan ���  dn!)
con., led aa i hi Id at lbs City of New
dn ������     B. 4     - -i sn.   10th da)
o( Ma 1.  tbi     '��� ill -.wim-     ;������ ��� Ial
jr<BoluMon    ��� ���     du     pa    d   aad al
in subsequeni  gi nera]  m< sUng ol  ths
jnembi ra ol  the said    compan
jduiy . onvened and I* In al the Muna
[plai,- on  the  26th  da)   o(  Hay,  ths
followii,,- illll> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
livned   namely Additional   trip   Monday   mc.
That    the   cmnpaii)    he   WOUttd    BP j |eavUl|  New  W'.-siiiiinsicr at '������ B '
voiuiittiriiy. and thai Joseph Rei.-iien- Bohednle    BUbjeci    to ';
i
The Royal Bank of Canddd
N.��  Westmintter, I   c    B a-*(-
P   B. Lyle, Manager
	
S.S. TRANSFER
i
Oommsadai Apri] lai thi
I rati'.f. r      will      leave      lli.L '
wharf aver)  ����� sk ta)  afu    ���    ''
..-;,: Bsturda). at :\ p m. t.,;
Wl   'Lam   Island  and  mil   p..11-      's'
tiriiny at I  p.m.  returning    i<  N,',t
W . ��� 'iuIiimi. r Baturdaj  svi nlni
RUNS   TO   STEVESTON   TU!
AND   SATURDAYS.
lt< Iiirnl! .-ai. *   V. .-..���:
Bverj  w,, k .lay mornini   tt       ' '
day,   Bl   Ta in .   nnd   Uadttl i    I
I-'ilihiy   leaves   W.-slliain  : llAnd  ���   '  '
ai,,1 Ladner i'1 -�� M ��� ���
llluilriliuni ti. t.j., n,
I'.ny pen aiiarantcai
lull It Kl. BLlld O ...| . u
.... iik.1.1 hiu.l rna , bt ha.
bach he and he li   - rsb) appotated
liquidator for    Hie  purposs of    aoch
winding up''
Dated th,- I at day ..f June   1901
.1    REU'IIENMM'H.
Chairman
This   schedule
without  notice.
For freight and passenger rain
ply to
KOItERT JARD1W1
Manas'
, ad
, :   ��� j.
Itl    either   cur
I������... B Opitq  .   i
���**,,u I,"	
��� in. Si de.ired, illhet I
pl-i.i Of r,,,..,,,, ,n|||i|
u. preferred
���'���',','��� i Irrll ,,.., , .,.,
.'<> ".. "' vi..,., u.
���n ll .,  i .,
w/ur II
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i.,���i.i.,.....i,,i_, .,,
,���*..    I*"'   elU    I,,,.,,        l.,-
. --   .   -.--j fa,,iu  rinuh
,,.,,.,���..   I..,  ,
��� ���...������I    ��r,.,_ ,. ,
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wfll send you
cake   ol   their   famous   Plant ol
nap, if  you mention  tliir, paper, I
al
| Laughlin Mfg. Co.
i2b Msjestlc Bi.a
Detroit BM
TAKK
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CA1U ROH8, AIT.IN.
WHITE 1IOIISK, DAWSON uud FAIR
BANKS. Dally tralnii (except Ssnduy)
cnrrylng puBsengeni, mall, express ��nd
frelKht connect wllh staiie-i at Car
���TOSI and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough  winter  -irvlce.
For Information apply  lo
J. II. ROOBR8, Tia-ii HtB-feT.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Sucee-inor  to
Mayers 4 Preaton
���fflca, Front St., Foot of Sixth
IP. O. Bos 3��. Phone 10^  j
��� BBSS���^sssaaaaa 5ATURDA., JUNE  12-  1909
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
PACE   SKVKN.
I   hiJ1^92lM^BLrzCanada's   Newest,
Gi edtest Flour���Continue* t0 Grow in
the User's Favor.
"ROBIN   HOOD F.
i   mad,         In               im
.
I !  ll   IV,,..
artlh ','!,   ���                ..:,
ol ���   ��� loave   u
Wbaa
���.--.,,
boofhl                j,
��� read, ol n oi
qfusllt)       I    ���*
"ROBIN  HOOD f
...    ���
���
.
1 ���         a
ROB ',     H
flouh
��� ���      |
I
thai          DIPT! ��� vv. :
inteed
is Now al an End
Made   of Saskatchewan s   Best   Wheat.
"Robin Hood Flour" is in Every   Way a
Superior Flour.
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Electric Railway Service
Interurb.* ">   Lm��.
V . v     ,,   r       ���   .
will   | .n   ���   ���   ..    half
���
:n
tha   -v ���
. il
��� >
-.   Can   eavs I
-���   .    :, ���     boar   tweatj  n '������
���i I  forty   in ���������
lag at ���:.
rrtc"    L-ne:    <'.,: -
a;   ������ ������-.;*
after
���v    ��� ��� .      ���������",.
s   m
Sunday  BST> ce ' _0 II���>' -��*���
mn |    ia        ad IL p. m.
Lintish Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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fecial Bargain
5                HAVE  YOI'   REA  i
1 HAMPTON'S MAtiAZINE
FOR JUNE
IT'S  A  GOOD  ONE.
*!"������-     S   ver    Horde."'   h>     Rex
la running i
HAMPTON".
15  CENTS
_T
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
66b  Columbia  street.
���     ��� ' ire lines
. r in either ol two * *"�� and
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FRENCH  C.REPON THE  S-VME  PRII I
The Todhunter Book
& Stationary Co.
Successor'.  tC
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or j day.
ard    it.   el    o   tb    mver
Po ip   o'Con-
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U*  the
;..;,.��� ��� d    by   Mr.   .1     A
Toron o
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'    a polo    match and
���  ,   , nl at dinner
sir   Hug-  i,ra
: ed the regret ol tbe dele*
I   ��� thi ol   their
l'-   : -on    through   illneSl-:
���nd re-
the- deleg ilea ei
mended  an  al   hon.
tendi ��� - ie Duchei    of  Welling
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Hon tendi re : ��� ��� the 11
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Ifour pre-
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��� si  Was Ixird Btratheona      Mr   Bai-
Bid   tl       ' ��� ��� :   tie
���..    delegates, nol  aa  Dnh i
c ���it..-.,    of the es
of hi   ' ���
erence was l< . eered      Bul  M -
��� : his firm ad
.   ���    that meat g
��� -uti' n said i not
the time or plac to dis   u
.- --. ol ��� ('ana I   -
Australians   for the  pain  thej   soi
underwent  '���- E!ng I
Ignorance      Be   as  a  Bcots
tterti from the fl ���������
uran-  Ea .        Ignoranc.   on,
i       question of Scotl       ecck -lasti-
The part  of tbe
er,  which  mosi   d ���
1.-. v-..-   -     and   the ,
whole audience was when be declared
�����������;  marked  emphasis    that  th.- old
of empire unity, based npon pa-
bad tor -?ver I aw i>
On  the  question  of imp- rial  defence
Bo Jarring note had been struck. All
1          --. irity   must   in   the   -nd   d-
I���       ipon tl ���   general -��������� ,-ity.     No
Bl teaman   be added, en *    ��� fi���:��������� tai
t!    *aa.k that now loomed before Brl.
und   'he  dominions       No other
i-     Ire bad    ever   attempt-d to h��?<-
' indamenta] principles th*- eom-
erinn of memhers. none of tbem
rdinate,   but   all  of   them    ���
;���"���    in   their  very  equality   reai
,, , -.-.rate.     a Canadian Bpeaki
nferenee had  **aid    then- area
, ���.:��� .*    anxietj    among  sec
v..   iopulat on in Canada i- -'���
i    -..  . ���,,-. any attempt on tne
part ot i      ��� ountrj to acoepi aay or-
,  . ���     a      .     would    Int�� ���
control I -  ' a:.., 11 ol    any-
i      i desires to do  That
���:...'���' :
but the day of the old relations of
parent and child had gone for ever.
��� een I No party here held that
rlew any longer On thai point let
���; , e neither doubt nor bealtaU
U-   it    cheers.)      Everybody    rei ���
that we had now reached a
stagi of eq :-.";> Nobod) d- aired to
All recognised that absolute Innependenoe was no bar to
*o:ii.. form ol organisation and dee-ier
common feeling,    and    whatever ih*
��� arrayed against ns the patriotism, self-sacrifice and pu: lie spirit
Of the British race wvnild not be
(ound unequal to any triad to which
tt might be put     (Cbeera.)
Referring to the resolution introduce.! at '...��� Im; .rial Press Conference in favor <>f compniiior. national
serviie. tv Chron'cle sa> s that the
good sense of t_r* meeting. a-siste_ by
the e-CeUeul advice of Mr Balfour
and the rousing speech of Mr. J. A.
Macdonald, declined to put any such
resolution to a vote.
The Dally News remarks: 'Vou
cannot pared even the tin.-*! enthusiasm da. after day without a a
t.vn lose In it? quality. if all th.
speakers a) the Press Conference
would rake the    expression of these
���v. * sufficlenUy uttered and then
nroe *d with what they really haw to
sav. the speeches would be more valuable"
yoi: wear the
NEW UNDERGARMENTS
THIS SUMMER
THEY ARE GREAT FOR COMFORT. NOW, YOU CAN GET
THEM���KNEE LENGTH. SHORT SLEEVES, COAT SHIRTS
AND ALL���IN BALBRIGGAN AND LINED. WE HAVE THE
SIZE THAT FITS YOU. THE DRAWERS ARE AMPLE AND
EASY IN CROTCH AND SEAT. NON-SHRINKING. CONSERVA
TIVE GARMENTS. TOO GLANCE AT- THE PRICES. THE
GARMENT.
50c, 65c, 75c. to $1.25
SUMMER COMBINATIONS, $1.25 AND $2.00 THE SUIT.     ,
Straws and
Panamas
LOOKING FOR SOMETHING NEW
AND CHOICE IN A STRAW HAT,
t SI R ? YOU'LL FIND IT HERE. FOR
WE'VE THE SEASON'S CHOICEST
AND BEST. EVERY FASHIONABLE SHAPE AND BRAND. HATS
FOR THE BUSINESS MAN, HATS
FOR THE NATTY FELLOWS SO
LOUD THAT YOU CAN HEAR
THEM COMING. HATS FOR BOYS
AND CHILDREN,  ALL  SIZES.
CANVAS HATS, - 50c to$1.00
STRAW HATS ��� ��� 15c to $3.50
PANAMA HATS   -   -   $6 to $15
3EGIN   THE    SUMMER   RIGHT   BY   BUYING    ONE    OF    OUR
HATS.
I REID & CO.
PROPER CLOTHES FOR MEN
; Gasoline Tanks and
|       Fishermen's Supplies
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
TIME  TA3LE
.*. Every    order    p'ac-.'.    w.tn    J.
'���     us    means    a   satisfied   cjs-
P      tomer. f
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001 W0t8 SATISFIES I
OUR PKIl.ES .KF KIliHT *
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4. Kativs on WOrk Of anv   dei" 4*
���j*     crtption   or   i|iiaut:ty   Quoted *��
"J"     on application.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and inira
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
'.Vice $8000, half cash,.balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Lo.,
Front Street.
  I
I! Jackson & Morrison 1
7 and 11 SIXTH ST.
New Westminster. Phone $88
.r.��H"M-'-H**H*- H*4MH,,l'*r'f T*r
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop
S. S. Kerland
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He \.lam   bandit -   -v   *   '"   ���' '"; ���
, v I at 8:40 b-o     irrlvi
. rrlre at
\   e   We ������::.���".*'. r  at   10  Ml  B ill
l.. ive N k  v. estmlu net a   I   ,i1 p.-
in : a'.iiv :,: Port Kells i l pm.;
a ii.,  Bl Hammond Bt I M , m.; w-t
,\    ,, __, \ lama landing at 6 IS p.m ;
an-i\i- al Port Haney at 6:85 p.m.; a.
rive at Laagley at ?:O0 p.n_
Leaviny   B.   4   K.   Wharf,   dally   ex
cept Saturday
60   YEARy
EXPERIENCE
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Draters m  All Kmam ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door.,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
fr -.RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Alway- in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
ea ��� ��� p���g
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
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1^ *      Copvr,:_nT_ Ac.
A rai-nnp *.<������*,,i >.' r -,1  I   '. n-.l ���'-.  il>��l.->ntn��j
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Mat item Ol let �������"��������� f> ���  ������   ��� ,    I    - ������ ,   -
eptrirtn-itut, w.thou-. .har-w. nr it.*
Scientific Hw. can.
A h.n.U-iuelT Ulu.-ir..r,,l iw',!. Ituviul elf
i->,|��il���i> "t ��"r ��-.ei,u:i��� l���drnal. Term* tot
l'aii��,l��,��i.T:. k y��*r.P>��t������v ir.'P-ti *i|4 b>
���tl nowadealera.
JQ M��Br"��*��.,
"tol"l om?l!ri_ r bu w����_i__wS. l
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you have made up your mind to do ��om# painting,
remember that Is pays to use paint or varnish that will stand in
all weathers.
Elephant paint Is made from the purest of oil and lead, and
the colerings I It are the very best that can be used and are
mixed by experts who thoroughly understand every branch of
the   paint  business.
Our line of varnishes and s Bins includes the following: Jap
a lac, Baplac, Berry Bros. Hard Oil and Varnishes, Stan.ard
Varnishes, and Wilkinson, Heywood _. Clarke's famous English
line of  varnishes.
MP T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
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THE  DAI^Y  _.KWJ8��
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Flour!
Flour!;!
WE SELL THE FAMOUS
PALMER HAMMOCKS
THEY  ARE STRONG, COM
FORTABLE AND DURA
BLE.
BOILING
_  omp ___ytnf j.- the raeult <.f tba
��� ......ai tii,-  \.    i   K,-n- team
and I'-h.-r'- Unknowns yesterday tl
iii. I owllng alleye The Dnknowna
won  bj    . ptea
i'ii,    Id  Spraree,    hav.     Challenged
v.,        h ster '.' pick a  team and  play
;,   s,i;v    Ol   gaUMS     U  this   <Hy   fill    Stlp-
i,,. The challenge baa been ac-
,, pi ,! The scores lasi niniu tot-
low, th. totals of Carrer, Latham,
Smith, Qllohrtsl and Baaderaon
, counting for ths weeklj ii tv
... ,- sphic leagu,
F18HER'S  UNKNOWNS.
Now is your time
to buy your Flour
cheaper than any
OUR   PRICES   ARE   FROM
$2.50 to $6.00
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET
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Outl rle .
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W   J   KERR TEAM.
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Purdj
T Currie
+ Latham
��� carver
��� To
place in town.     MR. EDISON
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116
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LOCAL NOTES.
lot.
Illl.4
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143
613
8316
made all sound reproducing inB'.ni
inputs possible, but he made The
EDISON  PHONOGRAPH BEST.
We have received
within the last ten
days five carloads,
consisting of
OR  SALE  AT
J. H. TODD'S
Lake of the Woods
Five Roses
Royal Household  Big  Music House
Raymond's Albertaj   Columbia street.
Purity
Straight Grade
Call and compare
o u r prices. We
have the stock, and
we are going to
sell it.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.      A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BV
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Eilard Block,  New Westminster
Summer Goods
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES .a JU
ST   ARRIVED.
material you   want   ',r
luiti made to ordf-r    Perfect fit guaranteed.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
GEO.   ADAMS,   Prop.       p ��  Box 634        Ne" Wa^mlnaur
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
^+0+0+0+0+0+00+0+0+0+0*0+ 0*0*Oa0*0*O*CO*0K>*0��>��0*0
_ Ladies' Blouses
Th,. new central building at tli.-
Roya] Columbian hospital win _��� dm-
cuseed at the monthly in--.'t:n|r; of th.-
i.oar.i of tnaaagei of th.- hospital on
Wednesda.
.1 s it,,;:, rftol I, .,; tl .a city, has
applied   vi  th.-   ��a!.tr   oommlssioner
Cor a record ol l f. ��� ��� from Isheelah
river a branoo of the Squamlab r.\.r
for ti.*- ui-.-��.t a ,-'*>��� plaaUto genei
ate etectri. I
li |_ sl tti I thai i   .   the Intention
of the   c   P   it   to   movt   lta
southern I  Borne  fi ������'  from th.   depoi
p atfOrm t>, Twelfth street, '.. at    ���
iii.ula-.   an- ther  track  o|   the  B   ���'   i'
R. nee* arj ��� ��� ��� ������ ��� ���->.-. ol
ih,. Eburne line
Th--   folios :.. ol     ibe
Crtckei  .iul. are rt 'i i< wed to pui in
an  appearance al  Mood)   square tht*
i afternoon at tw,, o'clock, t��. meat the
ti am    ;,  i     rateta mate*
\',,ta    Purvis  11    ���   Lashmar, Bb> r n
Welfai        h   ti    on,    Juihl
COO   ���-.   \VI,|it.,k.-r    R .-.-   p    ���-,
Thi   team    wlll    ��� ���      Icki I   oa the
D Is
���-..-.  of    the
..   nctl   to  rlali   Portlan I  to    t    Uv
ta of the li., -am pa.Inj torn
in  situ  lei laj   morning
They  were  Alderman   tdams,  (faoer
Gra . Jardine  an i Johnston     . I
���   '   ������ ���   .   : :   ���.!    Works    .:''.-
.rui. ii Hei    . Bmlth, an I
Cltj i nglneei Blackman ��!'i no ocxi
sreek 'i i-. pari, arlll Investigate ti"'
oo ; . ��� bui   iigbtini;
��� v.. ratOl   ;���    : '
��� .   j ��� r.uit tame b*
tweei   the Balmoral, and Toung  Lib
odaj    tl   Que n *  p.trk   Will   be
up with th.. : game and
: i    ther suits       . -     ���      ... ,
able      The match will    .- playe i i B
ii*-xt   Satiirda>.       Tli-    R ISSell -   0 -  ,
izitin meeting I *.���   place
,.-   night   was put off 'ill afier prac-
Mon laj ��� ��� ��� ning, in ord.-r t(,ai
all th.- oid Cubs ;.!.,:���''. might '>e no-
and signed on
A   -parly    ,,f    th  rt)       fri. 1,1-    ,
rl .- vi*.i I , Aid   and Mrs, Joseph
He'nk j   j csv r la itng,  the "* < *
��� _    M  -     Henli       birthday.
ai    nf      the      - ��� :      KU':''' i
! . rom Van ouvei   the remalnd. .
of the pai' ��� con Istlnt of la aj pi ���
v. ben thi    roe in      - | its da
\.i>. ii.-i      r .���   , -���  ented sIth
a handsome pali of rasea as a bli
daj  gift       iia   ��� _.    thi mseh ��� ��� -
forta       al    ��� mc    thi   ��� sltoti  ���
thi    ��� . ��� riini;     in     u,u:'c,     BOII| ;
garni i, boKob    . ing rend d  h    Hei
bert Ma.-K.-i- -    Mr Runcfe, the U
i"rak<. ami Mr  Jam    I piano]    W bl
cournamentB  were    Indulged    In   i
wlnnr_   being c   Ri id,    Hi   it .
and  MIsi  Uly Crak<       Boobj   pi ���
were awarded to .\r.*- Jamieson      I
.Mr Janes.
in new and stylish designs, long or
short .sleeves.    Prices to suit all
purses.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
5 r>+o+o+o+oao+oo*o+oaoao+ o* o#o*
AT   THE    HOTELS
Russell   Hotel.
lohn   Ui-berg,   St a   Toi It    Jas   M
Lei ���   Portland    .1   Kuttnaoe    I
go;   w   i.   Rice  and    uli p  Lai
MU-ii ;     .lohn    Watson     Vanco. -
Blake Wilson, Van. ou tei    \   \   i
ert son,    Vancou vi r;    y    k    BIh
Beattle;  J   Beaton   Vanoouver, h   r,
Robli ion, Vancouvei    T   Brooks, \   -.
couver; <���. L Bdwarda, Vancouvei    A
C  Smliri, Vanoo i -
Windso,   Hotel.
T Cooghlaa, Vancouvi
in Lehman; E H
Eburne; (.'. <) Rider, Port
il Huggard, Dpper Bumas; M H
Pai er, Chilliwack; Mn ,\. k Beaton, Lethbrldge; t;<v. h May, Bel-
Ingham; J, Cosgrove, Calgaty; t, a.
Owen and wife Everett; K Black
and wif-, Seattle; fl'-ort-c Muni... Mi*.
klon City; Hay Bradshaw, Langley
Prairie,
H. Owen,
Champion
Haney; .1.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branehel throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In Loudon, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all pans of the
world.
Savings Hank Department���'Deposits
received  ln  suras  of  $1  and   upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRTMNER, Manager
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Look This Up
Ten large lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.:
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THIS STORE CLOSES AT 5:30 P   M.
Every Section of This Store
Offers Many
Opportune
Bargains
Dozens of money saving opportunities presented during the month of June. This store places before its
customers a large stock of the best and newest goods
procurable and at the same time oilers them at
prices which make it worth while for people to buy
here.    Note the special prices offered this week.
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SUMMER   PARASOLS
AT   1.0*    PRICES
Phi :> - l' 	
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;   ��� ���
: We booghl ai ' ���' ���
pric.-*  aad offe
��� ��� ��� ��� oi lying
I.Mill..--   i OLORKD PARABOLA la
light   an!      larll     rr.l"-lne��     In   f��nr��
��� ,;��� .  ..- :    orden       r     h  |ioo to
$5.00.
L__D1B��       QLOBIA      PARA��OUJ
Plain . ���- :i..�� I..-. rleaabh
rial; ��� ���        . ���   (awn    hsmpagns i ..-
dliril,     green       ; Ink      . ream      whll��
S   ��� iroo
CHILDREN'S   SILK   PARASOLS
$1.7.   EACH
y-.tnc)   frilled   para.-.!*.   Id   ;. ��!;.   i  'I
ore onlj   by all <>dd*. tba tu -.' sl
tot ll'tl.- irlrl-i   ��(< bave ��� ������
."���* :���        Via.!,-   .,;   gOOd   'I'Ja'V .    J
e_e ulik.     Each  $1 /.
CHILDREN'S
PARASOLS
in   plan  and   '
to
COLORED
���
Kaeh 25c
75c
House   Furnishing
Specinls
HONEYCOMB   BEDSPREADS
$1.10  EACH
RegnhM , ��� ���    li U     C ��� nrtng nut
tWO   il".-' ii    ;   ���   ���    | ,r,i[I    li    hom ���< "ll, .
quill * in  i" i and  11 i slsei in white
and    c,i|".r_        lunged    or     until.n    I
bea ��� ���  vv.-v    . splendid opportunity
while ..in bave th   . baaa   Be b 11.10
SHEETING  AT
LOW  PRICES
i/.-fi-  pri.,,,  .,ii   biglt-grada sh ���
lngn;   thin   lN   Interesting   aewH   t<,   all
gn.xl  li.iiiHek.-, ;,.-rn       We off.'r y*'u a
large  range  ol  all th.-
N'ote these prices;
bi
maker.
MKM I'M
pur.'     white,
wIiJUih.   pei
W y.U'.HT
plain     In
,ml	
BHEET1NO,
h 4   -uiui   - I
30c  and  35c
lll.W .       WEIGH r    PLAIN     i V
TWILL -HJ-ETLN'O-  ��f    .v..-  ___t|
or Ca ���     ;- ���    .   : 3..
40c   _nj ��.
BXTRA lii-l*' '.     i.i.i iv. .
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- ���   i la i�� II) s ,'.
i" �� widi.'i*    u ,- , ki, recommend i-
-,-���*. ki  ,,   ������ ..��� :,,    ,-       .4
and   , ...
LARGE   HEMSTITCHED
PILLOW   SLIPS
..<.   EACH
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:��� . of this
alilllt.i   ���       "        ��� I    -  ._!u*e
r��n obtain skwhara      TBsm
, a�� *  ...   made of thi   beei   I   .
���  -.,.,   i     it a
���       .    lot   In   ���   fe��   da> ���        .-*- -
>.^i , Each       2Ut
CAMP   PILLOWS
7.t   EACH
Uct.'.-ii b)    Ureal    ��� >    ,,.���' ���
.:J���  uti 1   < .,��--.,!   Brtth   .:���   ':. 1 ll Ij     B
tract)..      ��� ,-.-.1   fl.iinK.   ���
"Utljfc   !.���     p!ll,.��
, i. ��� I t!,,n��   ef     an>      BO. <���>', ,
.   - ��� f-        \s: m.i
���-:��� '. . 75t
.00   YARDS
WHITE   FLANNELETTE
10c  PER  YARD
\:...- ���    of ���.���������. ssceptloa
offerlnga whl. b u,��-.ia so mucl
i��� ��,( Bktgtl-fc main     0 la bi * wide
pars whi;-   ,,:' good waigi ��� ..-..��� * i
w-.iw      \ ,: ,ip ,t i.i;.     Oa ..,���
1...  at  ,- r yard . . . 10c
THE   M.   I.   A.
WAISTSHIELD
u ii tini.ju,- ,i< >..��������� foi protei I i>
token ..f ��..laij. iri.tn pen p ai -u i1
till* a loag-fall    waat   which sromea
h.lVI.     VUllll ���      "  ��� ."I"  ll .": ���    I    t.i    "V.  t, ollB'
Those u��in��; this shield ar,- Immodl
bu I) convinced of it-* ul
Tin- M I a WalstahU i i being lm-
, tv ,.ii- t.. iiio'tur.. and pvrsplratlon
wli| nlwiurf n-'ain tha hrSShnSBi iuid
original appearance of tbe walsl
We hignl) recommend Ibis shield
and gwarantts    lta   standard      Per
pair ?5c  and  35c
LUSTRES
35c TO 75c PER YARD
\ oomptets range of plum lustres
now readj i" the oresa K<x><ir- section
Are you in need of materia] ti> make
Into bathing snlta     it in wall t<. pr<-
pan-    tM-fnr..|iiiti<)    for    'he    camping
trip       Colon     showing   are   navj
brown . ariiinni, btaok and enaaa  i'1'
yard        35c, 40c, 45c, 50c,60c   and 75c
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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