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 flRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
.���EW WESTMINSTER, 1! (.'., SATVI; da***
MORNINO, JULY 3, 1909.
ITVK CENT8 PER COPY.
STRENUOUS GAME
L[AD. TO VICTORY
Champions Again Demonstrate Prowess in Match
With Vancouver.
NATIONAL HOLIDAY RcADY TO SHARt
EMPTItS ROVAL CITY
SliM-EMUE. ARE     will piiuch INAUGURAL   MORE ATTENTION
COST Of BIG SCHEME    Htl-PRICED LUXURY! stHMI,N mm mm
u,I. aboui nin- 'in-i
mm.   bi (I .i laCros ���
certainly   had
,,;,      lK.lllil.il, II
establish d
���     '
sand, ��'l
..   .
lived
New    Westminsterites     Enjoy    Them
selves on July 1  in  Beau.y Spots
of   the   Neighborhood.
���C.E.R. Company Will Help Short Crop Holds Up Cus-
Columbia Street Improve-    tomers-��� Goad   Business
Rev.  A.  T.   Baker,  New  Incumbent  of
Olivet  Baptist   Church,   Arrives
in  City  Today.
wh,,I,,  in.ilen  ii   Was
��������� ��� ..I    ���''���������������
...:,.    ,-X,,Ml,v
lhe game through
gn .,,   improve
.     ng between th.
-  thai   Vancouvei
within one oi  the
.   due en [rely to
hom,   has mate-
- .| ii Brien waa tne
ii.,.    aeld,  while
showed
the i-
daily nv
Th,-   Royal  Cltj   was  fairly  -m,
oi  iv   Inhabitants on  Dominion   Da
Th,- streets were d.   ei i ,i whll.   v.- ���
Westminsteritea   enjoyed   themslei
in   ..ii.    one   "I   Un-   seoiv   ,,;    1)1
_pots round  tin; city.
As   usual   I'm   lake   was   a   !.,������
s_-.it, and  was the objective j,
Bevel.,i excui dons nn I picnic ,
whlcb hu   ihe city early iii th.   .
lng.
'lhe largest oi these waa thai given C. IV
by I-".  .1.   Hai i   _.  Co-,  lo tie- v... ���       .....
iii that  concern.     For thii ��� ���., ...
ment - Waterworks Intake'   For Growers.
Rei    A.
bent  oi
o    iv .ii     v.       preven    :        111-
���'������ i    trom art. nding Hi- sp cl
ing of  I  .   cii ���  council   in i  evening,
and All,   m m Jardlm   presldi I in his
stead.      1.. . i,,n : ,, ���   wiih  il,.   .i
_iin   Paving   Companj   -,,   tai ������ ov i
Uie Improvi mi .,.- ,. i Col nn., ,,  str, el
...i   noi advi need, ��� ici epi    :. i   the _
it. I omj anj     d that thi
prepared   v   com ibuti
���i   He-   varic .     .-.    ,.     now   v.;.
IV  link -i. Uie    new Incum
the   OHvei   Baptist   churcn,
hi
TO THE CHILDREN
Playgrounds in Cities and
Juvenile Courts Are Needful.
Mi
tn I
tbe
tii,. Bteamer Transfer had    een char- template,  as  thei.    bar,   of i,ie use
reel and  ��������� ;'��� .  .-��� - . Ices,
\ - ontraci fo.  Colum ia street will
... be l-i on Monday, afte   it..
ring! >r like kmon has examined tn
detail   -i V:,. i: rei   tenders Submitted
by It  v. Lowrj for the company.
only �� al
ilng wltl. Vi- Kvnvi-
v-    defence  waa
i be clean di-pia
bet. :
....   -
��� i due in   iome measur.
.  v. fore    in-   taceofl
Chlel ol P ���        ,;- erlln   ���'"'"'   ""
,   , oned tin- boya 'hat
,���', ,, ij would   be  tolerated
me dial -'I   oiT   Bryson   ami
i, red, nn,I ii ' onveyed ovi i one bun
dred mei rymakers almosi ������
,,i I'ii t ink,-. Several oth. r parties
embarked in gasoline launches, and
voyaged us lm- as Echo t.'ini ami the
Bridal   Veil   lulls.
Blackle S]iit and Boundai Ba
w.-re well patronized, the Greai Northern trains carrying many pleas ure-
. eki v j,, these popular resorts.
Among other, a large partj ni the
membera nf tin- Young Peoples s,,
clety >,| ;'h,- Olivet Baptist church
s,���iit th- day at the bay The
camps on Burrard inlet and along the
North Arm also drew many from the
Many  Plans  Submitted.
The council  was  engaged   tor ov. i
an houi  in can,, ra disc      ing thi   ai
ruugvment- with tbe Vancouvei Pow- Lake have been selling .it $3 a crate
er Companj for the city's intake u ;'-'"! wi'h ;'"" crates to uu- acre bus)
Co'iuillam lake, particularly the plac- ne8B "ia> he regarded ai, pretty good
ing ol u pipe through the reinforced though Ui-se figures are a generoui
concreti   dam  Bhortlj   to  be  built to estljnate.
Owing  to a number of causes,   in-  wi"   preach   his  lirsi  sermon  in
Btrawberrj   . ....   in   this  districi   has Qew ��h&rge tomorrow morning,
been much poorer than in pasi years. H''k'v  accompanied  bj   his  wii,.
Th- bard    frosts  In  the    fall,  which family,^s expected   to arrive  in
killed off the young plants, an   man '"-���   e" *time today.
ly  responsible foi   thi   shortage,  and ''*'������          ,!,K'';   is ll N��va Scotiafl
another factor it  i  i     Iven   ol  rains h>' 'irt        "'' wa* educated at Aca
at a lime when th-.j were not wanted. ti,u un i-    ''-������ und has now  been i'i
The   berries,    which    were  q il '���'  '''���'��������   ministrj   for a numl   .  jl
jusi a year ago on the Westminstei years. JJ .e bus held several charges
market al $2 a crate, are 50c -.> .1 in th. t, .aritime provinces, and has
dearer today, and in- qualitj is not also i = , intimately connected with
so good. The output ol Pori Hun', evangia al and missionary work.
ami other parts ol the Maple Ridge | Wh i! in the maritime provinces he
municipality, and Burnaby, has been was Jr sionarj evangelist tor -Nova
leBs, ul whll the consume, in at Scoti." id Prince Edward island, and
restaurants pays more, and the house- he was also state evangelist for Con-
wife will not preservi so readily, necttcut tor two years.
business is good for the man who Mr. Lake: has been in British Oo-
growe the strawfoerry for a livelihood, lumbia for the past two years having
Sen.,   of   the  growers   at   Burnabj been In charge oi  the Baptist church
at   I'eiilieloll.
- team  which did city.
.1, . .iiii-i  th.- Tecum- I
.,_..   :    peu   Latham   nnd  Grumpy
S,.iin.  ���
The Star Men.
Th*- cn .i-i again   showed a  de In
to ki,k aga    ���   l-v d    Lynch b  _udg-
menl    nd    i in   Jones    develo] < I a
.n.i: ani i to  Fre |  tai   laying
���: , i the fo nth  quarter. -
Still, wl i,    th mi".- ��� :���     h< Id  Sandj ,
, .-���. from  i oal  nothing
biggest   drawing  card ol    the
day in.- ol cours.. the lacrosse game
in Vancouver, i Special arrangements
w.-i-,, made by the B C iv it. Railway
Oo nnd hundreds of New w.-stmin-
sterlbes followed their team to It -
creation park, there to s,-,. the Salmon
Beiiies place another defeat to the
reckoning <>t the Vanoouver her.. ���
clibh.
For  the Scotch  population of  the
was sum ol .:   For Vancom  i George
city the big attraction was the exour-
Matheson   Bob Spring, r,  Bonea Allen
and !.. ... ���   '.'.,   i ai      ':-   old
Cornwall  ::. ��� ng   in   many   Bne
hots,       .   ���     1 : i,  nil     made   iome
tlcularl)     in   the
fourth,  bul - ,   thi    real
 nl -1 ��� en   was not 'he
in.-   , ��� on   at        ial.     The
pace   .-��� ighoul  and  the
|   ���,,  extend
ll em elves 0 | .,. -..Ton-
Vancouver Worked Hard.
in tl were di
vided, Bones
\Ue_   tested   iv. v ���       after
'-'*'������' .  goi   the
���..il clear However, Lalonde, receiving from Oeorge M - ��� -. tried
:'-''"n Sprin. ��� ��� kepi tli \ Turnbuii
i.usy. and when Doughej Sp tag evad-
,<J Carl   be ton id Len Tint nil and - Rev
,lls brother la I nice of shoot.
log.     Heiiv..:..   ,, ih,   vlBitors' net
\ancouver found lots    ol
lion   _ !'l   by   the  local   lodge  of   the
Sons of Scotland to Coquitlam. This
Mt well attended, und proved most
enjoyable. On arrival at th,. Junction, Scotch games were held and
the iiiii.. was further enlivened with
the strains dear t,, the heart of all
who hale from Ani l Simula. Dancing
for which prizes were awarded at the tlon
close of the day, formed a feature ol
the afternoon's ampeemenrt,
accommodate tb,. pr, Benl service, and
the new 24-Inch main tor the cltj ol
Richmond. Tin,-, am nding were,
wiih P. R. Glover, assistant manager
oi the company, and D. .1. McQuarrie
loeaj manager oi the B, C. E. R��� .1. D,
Schuyler,  consulting engineer of the
power company at Coquitlam lake.
George S. Binckley. engineer of the
j,,wei company In direct charge of
the work there, and 11. M. Bui-well,
Ol Hermon and Burweil, engineers of
construction for the New Westmin-
siv council of th,.- new main. City
Engineer Blackman and Superintendent of Waterworks Stott also attended
berries   in   Vancouv, i .
an   off   year   like   the :
The call  for
particularly   in
present,  is  very  good,  and  It   would j    Newiport,  Wales
pay small holders a handsome revenue dred   workmen
to get  into    rhe  business    when  the
marke! Is daily increasing by the development of th- coast cities.
Tin- sum,, shortage Of the fruit is
reported across the Une, and the jobbers aiv    u>ing readily.
HUNDRED   WELSH   MINERS
ENTOMBED   BY    LANDSLIDE
by   a   Invisible
n-w  docks  thai
the Irish Sea.
i.i   estimute   the  number of
resulting from the disaster.
July 2.���One nun-
were  entombed  today
which    wrecked  tlie
were betag built on
It is Impossible now
fatalities
Dr.   Telford   Reinstated.
Vancouver,   July   2.���This     morning
the British Columbia Medical council, I
which is now   holding a session here, j
considered the application of Dr, Robert   Telford    for    reinstatement   as  a I
practicing physician  of  the  provinc.
Dr.  Telford's    certificate    was   taken
TORONTO  MAY  SECURE
UNDERGROUND   CARS
Toronto.   uJly   2.���The   city council
, ..,   ���,   ,   ,,,   ,        ..-   ,-..,    .-,    ,--   , .,ha-s appointed a special committee to
_ett  to   txpens. _r   Telford.s    cer,ifica.,.    Wils.   taken I negotiate  with the street railway for
The  exact    nature of  the negotia- [from him bv the council several years car ''ne extensions.     The oommlttee
tions   at   th,-   present   stage   did   not'.,,.,,   in(,   _<.���,,..���   a,,;,ii..atill,_s   fo*r  l)is
transpire, but  it  is understood it was  reinstatement! have been refused. This
l.-ft  with the officials ol  the corpora- imorning.  however,  the medical  eoun-
und   engineers   of   the  company.
SECRETARY OF BIG
MISSION MOVEMENT HERE
Rev
(Continued un Pa��
DEPUTY   GRAND   CHIEF.
A
Dr.     Stackhouse,  Well    Known
Worker, to Be in City Tomorrow
���Speaks at Oliver Church
,-tl
to arrange d-Lalls In accordance with  the physician was reinstated
the recent order-in-coiincil of the pro-  effect at once.
vincinl   government   d. uling   with   the \	
construction of the new dam.
Piiriivssion wa- given the B, C. E. |
R. to i_��Tange their poles on From !
Street in connection with tile Clover- j
dale ext-nsiou, ani t" USe the pipeline noiid from Westminster Junction I
to ths lake for the purpose ot a te'0 ,
phone wire connection with the buildings there.
will consider an iiiideigiound system
took   unanimous   action   wherelby
I,  to take
ASSASSINS SLAY TWO
AT SOCIAL FUNCTION
E. Vert Receives  H,gh  Honor
From Sons of Scotland.
'���''v   y '���'   Vert of Inis city, has  re-
1      '"   ned vo,��� Toronto  where
''������    "-> attending the meeting of
*e grand camp of the Sons ,,l  Scot-
:l,,:|     l("^   Mi   Vv,    was elected
���!",;"''   '   u. grand chlel for British
' "lunilila
���V1r    Veil    I,.],,������!.     .,    v,,,.v    s-cCI-S^IUl
; '; : th, lodgi \ oui two Inin-
ared and fortj member were presenl
-'"'i much Important buslm
transacted. Dr c \v
Ljmdon. Ont was elected grand chief
!"_}��"-   "f   Alexander    ,-v:,.,.,,  ,,..
th,
i'hi
ss   was
Gtlchrlat  of
Margin  Last
YOUNG   LIBERALS   VICTORIOUS.
Di'ent  Rus.,l|, by  Sma
Eve-ing.
"'���   Yoiing   i.i .. ra!
- ' ���.    -   , close an i
;'    ' ���'������ >v      ri,,. gCore M1 th
�� _ six !,, dve.
'li.   game wns  well  playe)  and  re-
1   free  from errors,      it  was
watched   v,   a larg
"�� I ol fans
del -ulc.i
XCII 111^   g
ihu
ine
close
Rev in w T Stackhouse, seen?-
tai > oi tin- Laymen's Missionary
Movement, wlll u,- in this city to-
nun row, and will speak in the lOUrsO
Of tm- in.nning service Bl Olivet Baptist  church,
Dr, Stackhouse la visiting the w<'s|
for the purpose of attending the Baptist Ministers' convention Which will
be in session in Victoria next week.
While in this province, however, it is
probable  that   be Wlll take some steps
toward inaugurating in British Colum-
,i,iu ii   laymen's missionarj  campa.gn
Blmllar  to  thai    carried on    by
churches ol all denominations ta
east. -
Little is heard of this movement ta
ibis part of the world, but li is a great
power in  th- east.
in Toronto it la parti, ularly active,
and in thai cltj the business men,
under the auspices of the movement,
recently bound themselves to raise
the sum of half a million dollars to.'
inissio":.' >    purposes.
.ir. Stai-khoujc h.is held charges ill
Vancouvei- and Rossland, and is ac-
OOPdlnalj well known in Ibis province.
He is Intlmarelv connected with missionary work, having l'or some time
past bee,, general Buoerluiendenl ol
Baptist   missions in Western Canada.
ANCIENT BUNCO GAME
TAKES IN NEW YORK
Indian   Student     Does   Fell   Work
Crowded  Reception  In  Very
Heart of London.
at
Gotham  Jeweler  Hands  Out $5000 for
Gold  Brick  Worth  Only
About $3.50.
and    interest, <|
NEW   PARASITIC   PEST
APPEARS ON  ONTARIO CORN
Pronto, Ont., July 2.���A new para-
"' hitherto unknown  In Ontario has
""'" discovered    on    sweet corn  lm-
PWed from Florida     The pest is a
���Pecles oi cutworm,     Some ���f the In-
'���"-������il   co,-,,   nils   h.vn   sent   to   Prof.
""""m-   of   fli...  Ontario   Agricultural
"-liege in order that he may identify
''; Wraslte,     it Is probable that the
"wii,,  department  win  confer with
.'.,',,l'"awa awthoritlea on  the most
for
mi
ARSENAL OF WEAPONS
FOUND BURIED IN EARTH
New   York.    July    2.���The old-time
gold   brick   game,   winch   W'us  so   Well
known In the middle west two decades ago. has been worked wiih remarkable success, according to a currenl police revet, right here ir. New-
York oil %. ,los. ph Su'iiy, a jeweler
in s. .. ath Btreet, whom the police
class as one of l'he most knowing men
in his business, tins 21 ism ids ol brass
filings lo represent b cash payment of
$6100 by him.
Working i,he game in the s n- '��� "��� '
way, a Russian po Idler, who had sold
goods for the jeweler, snowed him
some glittering metal tilings, which
he buUI he had scrap-d lrom n larg.
gold brick in the hands of two strangers. The jeweler assayed the "hag
and found them to be pur,, gold. He
foil Into i'h" trap easily, for he asked
ih*) peddler io effect b meeting -<���-
tween ililni and the two men who had
the brick, The result of this and
other meetings was that the Jeweler
assayed u number of parcels of tilings j()|. (.'(l
which were said IO have come from
the gold brick and became so Satis.
getting
I. ndon, July 2.���A double assassination, presumably of a political character, occurred last night toward tin*
conclusion of a public gathering at
th, imperial institute. An Indian
student, whose name is not known,
shot and killed Lieutenant-Colonel Sir
William Curzon Wyllla and Dr. Cawus
Lalcaca of Shanghai. Colonel Wyl-
lie. who had held Important India
appointments, fell dead on the .,<)I-
Ini, Dr. Lalcaca showed signs of life,
ami was hurried to St. George's hospital.      On  arrival, howev
SUFFRAGETTES INDULGE
IN FRENZIED POLITICS
Delegates to Seattle    Convention  Are
Locked  in  Room in  Order That
They  May  Not  Vote.
ll
was
Seattle, July 2.���The violent row
precipitat**- by ihe political faction
of the Washington State suffragists
when they ejected the Spokane delegation from the convention in the
Plymouth Congregational chinch in
the opening session, reached a remarkable crisis this morning when
the news of what ihe Fulls City women term the greatest outrage .ver
perpetrated In the organisation officially reached the ears of the national
delegates.
Despite the discreet silence of thos,--
in sympathy with the Spokane dele-
gutlon which was driven trom the
stat- session, it leaked out today that
on the afternoon of the disorder, uo
less   than     thirty     suffragists   allied
Toronto, July 2.���Froken Gad ��� _
plained to the education Bection ol
the Women's Congress hou the cl '
dr-ii from the elementarj schools ��� I
Denmark Bpend their summer b i-
da.s. The transportation compai
cany them to any part of the natl i
free, and people al] over Invite thn a
to spend some tim,- with them���pi >-
pie -v.. hnve no bloo i connection
'with the children whatever. The result is a healthy race, und a united
people, in which there is little caste
distinction.
Not   Enough   P,ayground.
"I hav.   di iven all over your beautiful   (it;,.      said    Miss   Su.lie   America,l,
Of the l'nited States. 'i have seta
splendid houses, but little groan.;-.
That is iii- earmark or our modern
clviliation." This Miss American
lieved to be ilhe menace of the age.
lt has been said that "the boy without a playground is the father of the
man without a job." Miss America.i
was prepared to go farther than ihli.
She thought "the newsboy who lives
on the street-corner lr, in spit,, of his
vim. destined >o go to th,. poorhou.e
because he is. unable to hold a job."
The  Juvenile  Court.
Th,. good done by the Juvenile
court was explained .y Mrs. Bow-n,
of Chicago, ou Laws for Women and
Children. Before these were introduce!1 it was said of the jails that
they were the schools and colleges ol
crime. There the young offende-s
wen. confined with men and women
harden, d in crime, and these school., j
them in tbelr art;
"Work among the juveniles is not ���
only a moral advantage, but an economic, ' said Mrs. Bowen. "It takes
less money to keep childien out ot
crime than it does to look after them
when once they have started upon
that course."
One trial alone costs the government great sums of money, which.
wei'e they e-xpended properly, woui-.l
do mnch to prevent these young people becomi-ig criminals.
Many Found Abnormal.
In the detention home, which, in
Chicago, is situated near the juvenile
court, a uie.:c.il examination of ail
children entering is held. This hu-s
shown remarkable conditions. N >
less than eighty-five per cent, haw
been found abnormal. Their hearing
or eyesight is defective, or they
showed signs of organic disease, bu'
weak mentality is not' evidenced.
Only one per cent, of the children
have .heen found at all lacking in this
respect.
The offences for which the children
are arrested are often, it was pointed
out, of a minor character. One lUde
boy stole some candy, and ln court
stated that he "wanted to be full-up
just for once."
A little girl set the house on fir.--
.because she wanted to see the fire
engines com up the street.
In such cases those in charge uf._
their judgment. They instruct rath.-r
than reprove the children.
WORKMAN   DROWNED.
found io be dead.
Those near him seized the assassin'with the forces from across the state
and held him until the arrival or the were forcibly pushed into an Inner
rohce. He had two revolvers, a dag chamber of the church and that they
gei nnd n knife, -wer locked In this room by the Wash-
in. Lalcaca wns a Parse.., and h-omlington faction now in power. They
pr, seni evidence It would Beem that 'weiv forced to remain prisoners un-
he was shot vi that aiTouni. Them) the election of officers had been
assassin. Who is also B Parse", is held, and even then, they allege, they
about twenty-five years old. He was were not released by their erstwhile
cool   and  self possessed   after  his  ar- it^.pers.
rest, and has since maintained an oh-1 The fair suffragist prisoners, among
stinat.- silence. The Identification'.whom, It has been learned, were three
of the man so far has been impossible 0j th,, wealthiest women in the Spoil a great numlb��r or visiting cards. I (inn,, suffrage ranks who have con-
hearing different names, were found jtirhtited hundred of dollars to the
on him. It is reported that lu- hud cause, would have doubtless he-en
in his posses-'on written documents \^p\ \n this chamber until nightfall.
Betting forth reasons
documents
and justification \^ they not effected their escape
by
crini.
which he had  planned.
fcUve means of preventing the i,���- weftl)onH' !lIUJ ,he tor0ma�� ol ,""' ' "���
rtation of the new Kt *�� Ott> dwlim'8 'hat  l*'n "ftS   ^ the
a. " �� ^n   trouble among the men nor h^e the
More Trouble  in  Persia.
Petersburg,  July  2.���The sltun-
'   IV|v   Is regarded as quite Be-'out
men had any trouble with outsiders.
Whisky smuggling has   btvn ram-
pant  ln   this district of  lute, and a
strong effort Is living made to wipe ��
"'*'. mid as the Russian force there
nkely t��� prove insufficient in case
< <lisoi-,|,-i_| spread, there Is a possi-
a, separate column win he
.. .,.....���, ...���-,.. ,��� ��� ,,.,.������ Police Court Statis-ici-
sent            "' K"l1ilratv column wlll he The cases dealt wliih at the city P��"
'��imm    ,he   Caucasus io Teheran, He,, court lust month were 711 in ��l,,n*
j"" tne troops    at  Tabriz    cannot  be fber, the largest  since November b|SI-
i ',i,'  ,     ��"*' hundred Oossacks have Dmnkonness accounted  for  -���!  cases,
; ' ��'*-'1     at     Noshed.        Special  dis- and  there  Is an   Increase  in  ftSsaiilti*
liom Ti.i���riz-say that the Rus- and   offences   under   the   Indian  act.
are   miuklng   large   numbers   of The  efforts of  the  |>oUce In tackling
and also searching house- and the social evil are Bhown in the ln-
atlng maps. creased number of convictions.
biirgain
When
he got the heavy hag of filings home
he discovered thai they were composed of a very poor alloy of brass
worth about $X.r>0.
I lied  that  he  was
Port Arthur, July 2.���While making jt|mt j_e paid the men $.">i"11
a search for smuggled whisky, B Dominion     constable     yesterday   discovered a -regulai    arsenal   of weapons
buried in a camp oooupl-d Iby Italian
laliorers at work on railroad construction at   Superior Junction. The whole
loti were confiscated.
I    The   find    consisted   Of    revolvers,
knives and even rlflles and were vai
tied at several hundred dollars.     The
workmen denied the ownership of tbe
foreman of the par
Jack Hoult was second In the half-
mile event at Brockton Point in ihe
V. A. C. meet on Thursday, having a
handicap of ten yards- His tim,
two minutes and seven BBCS.	
crawling out of a window which
opened on the ground in 'he rem- of
the church building.
Bulgarian Falls from Half-completed
Lulu   Island   Bridge.
Angelo Christopher, a Bulgarian
employed on the construction work
on the new Lulu island Vldge, lost
his life in the waters of the Nortn
Arm on Thursday.
Christopher was engngee' wheeling
sand from a scow on to the landing:
on which is situated the cement mixer
use-d for preparing the concrete for
the centre pier for the new bridge.
In some way he lost his balance,
and both barrow and man were precipitated into Ihe water. Christopher did not rise and it is believed
that the body has caught on a snag
at the bottom of the river.
No inquest wil) be held until the
(boely is found. The de-ad man leaver
a wife and four children ta Bulgaria.
was
Canners Decide to Pay
12 l-2c and 10c For Salmon
LEADER OF MAHOMMEDANS
AT PRESENT IN LONDON
London, July 2.���The Aga Khan
(Sir Sultan Mohammed Shah. G. C.
F. K.), hereditary Imam of the great
Mahommedan sect of the Ismaill Kho-
jas, of which there are members all
over India and which extends even to
Central Asia and Stanzibar, i8 at pres
"litis
"Test
������otitis
The dinners of the Praser river and terms f*>m the canners.
neighborhood    have   announced tbelr     Intimation to the effect    that   the, The Khoias are that
Intention of paying  12  12c per fish Oriental fishermen    were    willing toM in London.     The Khojas arei tnat
during JU���,  and  10c  after that  for'sell fuel, fish on dies,   .nns was con- branch  rf    '���*     "-���������   "- "��',��'c
salmon, this season. jveyed to tlie canners through tbe sec-
Th .'decision was arrived at! at a retary of the Japanese Flshermen"*
meeting of the canners held in Van- association some days ago, and in
couver vesterdny. The white fisher- ! making their decision yesterday the
iwn had been looking to get 15c per'canners had the ultimatum of the
"Hh, and  the decision of the canners Ji��pan>Se  before  them.
ill come   as    u    disappointment to I   The canners are now all ready for
Some    difficulty
them. It seems improbable, however, that they will make any attempt
to secui _ a higher price.
That 12 l-2c for July nnd 10c alter
that would be the price, or at any
rate that It would be no higher than
that, was virtually assured when the
.Tapenese decided   to    demand these to come ta.
this year's pack,
has be-u experienced in securing
Chinamen to work in the canneries,
but most of the plants have now full
complements of men already engaged,
and ire prepared to run to the limit
of tnelr capacity, once the fish start
th. Slilal Mahommedans
who ac_-pt Ismail, the descendant of
All, and Fatlma, as the last of the
revealed Imams. His grandfather
lef. Persia for India In 1845. He was
the lbTOth.r.In-law of the Shah, and
left his country for political reasons.
Since that time India has been 'he
home of the Aga Khans, and their relations with the British authorities
haw. always been cordial. Although
a great religious power, the present
Prince Is also one of the Moslem political leaders, and has often been of
great assistance to the Indian government.
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Spokane     6
Seattl* 12
Baseball, July   1.
Morning Game.
Tacoma    0
Vancouver    W
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Tacoma        5
Vancouver        0
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TR S   !> A I I, Y   NEWS.
SATURDAY,   JULY   3,   1909.
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.���:., f, iments
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man had gold
thing of the value
dollar,  to sell at fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it. he would not sell  any.      You  must .ell tha people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you,   and   some-
you offer them in  return for thei,- money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  in  business  everyone mus.  of  n ccssity   know   all   about  us   and   our
wares.       Use  the   advertising   coluvns  of The  Daily  News and  keep abreasi   ef the  times.
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WANTED.
\\      . .1. RESS.   AP-
ply  K     ��������� ���      I
.El Yi        -       MAN
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Musl il  V      Applj    Box   6G(i,
Ni i
v v .       1RL     In    WORK      .Villi,   i      il Cii    La .-illy.
WANT! v i    assist   in 1
-..,;,     A '       ,      avenue,
Slxtl
ARCHITEl
...
.   v  11   Dominion   I v -
' i:n\\ IX  G.   W.  BAIT    ARCH1TEC 1 - ������
. Teli phon
PICTURE   POSTC-.
���
, t  M.   Morey'i
���.
i . vi
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
��� ! MINSTI RRIAi
R.    .1.    McNeil.     Over    T.    -
i   Ki- In h
mill    i       Ired and ]
< i.       . il   ., oi..  guaranteed.
TAILORS.
GAI.VIN,  LAD SS [ION'S 1 U
tag jusi iu.     Button ma
... Smith
���        .       ���      Colu     la st,
'
i o   r.
j.nST WIVi. THE PARTY V\ I ���
was s - n pi kin ��� up a lady's belt
in the groun Is ol th Ci ntral Public ��� ��� . indlj retui i e to
Mrs. C.   '.. Welsh,  123 Sixth s!
IXXST���SQUARE      GOLD     BROOCH
sei     with    four    rubies    and
pearls; one pearl  missing.      Please
, -iurn to Dally  Nev,    offlc .
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE     PE   RSON     FLEU.'I
in     , ectrlcal     n
armature  wiii.. itor   ;
etc.      Bank  oi  Commerce  bull ling,
L, p o   Box 928
FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
,1. I. MER] . CO., PHONE V501,
Corner of B ackie and Carnarvon
streets.      Have op   n i  a  v- d  an I
In Eo    iu."-'       Mors,..
Eor  sale.      R ten i       fui   Ii      '
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE 'I WO CHEAP LOTS, 33
by 132, South Vancouver; ofl Victoria road, li. L. 725, Price .1 -���
each; caab $70; balance $10 pei
month. Owner, 1822 Comox, Van-
ci'iiv, r.
FOR SALE. WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room hous.. close to Twell n
street car line, at city limits , electric light, hoi and cold water, bath,
Price $1650. Small cash paymi nt;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City,
FIS  .   AND   GAME.
BEN     IN   _    .1 v      I,   FISH,  FRI I l",
Vi ��� - ta i tc.      Begl
opp. Wind oi       tel.
PROFESSIONAL.
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I    Colu . -.'���
\v. J   '. le, ii. v. v in
���   '       . .LLER &  Mc 11  v,
la .  I   . ,\   v.
Solicit
t, tc Lorni osite
., ��� ��� ���.       Wei
i phot     : ' ',    ind the V  tw ��� ��� ,,,
is n;  N'o, 5, Royal B
.  Hastings Streel  wi   I
GEORGE   E    MAV HN,  BARRISTER
. dtor.    Guichon   bio.  ..   Co.
nd    McKenzie  St .,  N< w
Westminsti r, B. C
W.      MYERS    GRAY,     BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public.   Curtis
V Clarkson street, opposite th
Ci url   House,     P. O. Box 196.    'V l-
ephone 64.
WOODWORKING.
r ,YOO  'WORKING
Co.,  ha I ttlugs;
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-,-���.   Cornei   Kl
I car line,      P. O. box 251, F
473.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
FURNITURE
W. E. PAL! THE Fl RNITURE
Deali r, i > terer an . Undertaker,
cornei    ��� ind McKi nzie si reets,
Phone  176, night   call Sl.
PRIN TERS.
WESTMINSTEi _*RESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Mldgel loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
imliv  News Block, Sixth stn
ROOMS TO  RENT.
'I'd   LET- LARGE   BEDROOM,
ner Agnes and S< venth, No
COR-
Tin.
GROCERY.
vv    |   [|    BEST    VALUE    IN   GRO-
me 386.     The Pure Food
ry, P. 0. Box 811.
TO RENT FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Applj 713 Victoria street,
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to Iv in suites of two tor light
housekeepin -.. All steam heated
ivi li hoi and cold water, gas
range nnd electric light. Terms
modi ate. Apply A. 11. Ferguson,
room '���'. second floor.
REAL  ESTATE.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   a    DRAPER,   IS.   C.   LAND   SI R-
iv El ard block, .New    W est-
r,   ii.  ''.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tiei -v. _i in-;i!s tor . i. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed, open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL c M-'i:  i Mrs, Archer   proprh
tress),     Four courses, consisting o
soup,   fish,   boiled   entree   or   roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING   I'P    250     FOR     HACKS  AND
art   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta-
.a.
SECONDHAND   STORE.    "
WE BU? AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
. o. 0. F. -AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.
Tin   regular  me 'ting of  I iis   lodg.
an   lie! i In Od I. hall, Colum-
.   ever'j    M mdaj :'
. , i      .1:,.. ,   noble
ud      V. C. Ci -tham   re    si
A. 0   -   W     V- -SER LODGE NO. I!
-  Met tings the flrsta nd third Tues-
I .    in eucl   tv vi ���      Vtsitine
n n    coi dially    Invited    to    attend.
Lodge room, A. 0. U. W Odd
fellows'    lock, i    irl     n sl eet.
COUR r  BRUN1 1 1    .  NO.  1099, 1.0.IV
���Meets tl Friday   in   thi
i     i 'clock   in  iii,-    mall
hall   Od ���   ' Mock.
and I il, 92, 93 an I
���nl     ol   Lot   ..    Sub livl ck 14.
Yon  and  each of  j >u  are
to vv    -       , claim of th    tas
er within fortj in    da      Ero
of I
, oiliei-w is- i shall n | Ister F
,.,-. i.  r He reol  In i
���   il    thai
.   i i a dally  i
i . .;        Ne w V    '
v, 11]   be  goo i i Q'
thereof.
���   the  Land Office,
\\ ��� -iniii'   er, Pro
C    -nilda   this  26th  daj
'-.
���:,    i la; n ir   Jo I
('.  S   KKll il
in..in,-I   ii
l wl
v .     und
i     ll  persons   claiming   any
���   In  the i aid   lan i  by  virtu
.   ,:, an I all
���i
; di     ��� title is
not ri inder i      proi ol
the     Lan I   Ri gistrj     act,"   shal]   be
. stopp ,1   and   d    arred   lrom
: -        to .:
11, i    o s o 1 d f o
Vc1
.AND   REGISTRY   ACI
'���    ��� iRDER   OF   I.N'.vvis.
A, ii,- Ni,. 20 -Meets ,-v ry Tu
. ng nt *<    p.m. in    the  Eagles
hall, Col imbia    treet.    A. Clark, W.
,;  ll. Schol   Id   seci etary
SONS OF.SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of  the  isles   Camp
:   I    M   its on  the  flrsl    an I  third
day of every month in K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Suuieriand.
WHITE, SHILES  _   CO.
Real   Estate  ai d   In urance  Agents���
vi  .   farm  and  : mm ban   p'ropi rty,
260 Columbia etri ei
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL lis
MACHINE   WORKS.
|THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORK!
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw inul shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants nnd specifications prepared.
'STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRIT ING
FREEMAN      BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Gulchon block.     P. O. Box 694.
BO tRD '"F TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board ol idi me ts In thi
,1 ro -" City Hall, ns followi :
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the mini
Thursday of February, May, August
and  Novein*' r. at 15 p.m.     Annual
m tags on the third Thursday ol
February. New- members maj V
pro:,,is. ,| and elected al any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
51 unrt-Wade. secretary. ���
i tte and In ��� trance,  Phone
1 -
Colum! ia street, P, o  drawer l"11
SETTLERS'  ASSOCIATION  OF  B, -
P,  li. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
.   phone 334,
\   ACRES,    FIVE    MILES   FROM
wn, oil-  mile from  new   car Un,
\  ac ,--.    ,       ed;    6 room  ho .. 1 .
barn.      Price   $2200;   terms.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
li. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
���om-, etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
Cl STOM,     STENOGRAPH*       AND
T. pewriting;   co ij     ������������'������������
letter .    etc.      Provim e    office, Co-
lumbia sl reet.     Phone 62.
O. 'i. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No, :; -Meets in Oddfellow ���' ball,
Columbia street, 1 erj 1' iday even
ing ni 8 o'clock. VI Iting ��� thn n
will I,- made �� G. 1'.. Glll.j.
N.  G.;   C.   V Osl orm .  P G, recording secretary
' :   ADAM  & IRWIN. COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite Hi -    Po toffice,    Box   S74;
198,      Ri a] estate a id lnsur-
11       ������  mi       > loan.     Call and si e
ur ll i -' , ;���       v v an 1 nd      :-;
iroperty   befor ���     purchasing    elsewhere.
NURSERY.
THE Fit -SER VALLEY NURSERIES:
v ,1     Burnaby   Lake���For    healthy,
wn trull trees plum- 115,
HOUSE TO   RENT.
TO RENT SEVEN-ROOM HOI SK,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatl strei t, 230 Eleventh
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
I    HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
M iul lings,    Burlaps,    and  Saultas;
lions-   paintifig,   kalsomtnlng,  paper
hanging    and    di coi Sixth
: rei 1.  New  Westmlnsti
THEATRES,
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      HOI _3,
;     ���,   s t, W   N. Carty, mana er.
Sp, , i.ii atti actions pro\ Ided during
the si ason. Advance ticket oii.ee,
Ryall's Drug Stor,-.
! _L   THEATRE,   702   COLl M-
bia     street.
pic ires; iiiii itrated 1 igs; nun er-
oub attractions, Program < ham ed
Mond '      - ������ I,     laj  and Friday,
THE  EDISON  THEATRE,    CORNER
Columbia   and   Eighth,      High-class
���   ivirig  nil iir" .   Illustrated  son
Program changed Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday,
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
incmd- the Union Lodge, No, 8, A.
IV nnd A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17. A. IV nnd A, ,\1. : L. 0. L,
L. 0. L-, No. 1593; Court
No, 1683, I. 0, IV; C. O.
Westminster,    No.   330;
N'o. 1150;
Sapp rton,
IV   I our!
Hi-..- I   ���������'  ' )wl ..  Nesi   N'o.  -in
i noi. that     .11  api .1
a ...   ,    a made to ri gh    .   Peter Hen-
lit,  ow ner In I . un-
1   tax  sale deed from  the  R< ev-a
and clerk ol Surrey, to Tbe l ��� 1 pora
1 on     :          Townsl Ip  or   Dlsi rici   0
bea -v.   date the 31 sl  d 1
D,     .      r,   _, I.e.  I.'-.V ol all and sin
gular   ih iii   certain   parcel   or  tracl   ol
land  nnd pn ml tu   -       In    and
Dl     lei  of    N-w   W
minster,  In  the   Province ol     Bi
Co im iia,   more     partii   j known
and Lots  :;  nnd   1, 01
Block   I   : -ni t of Loi     .  and 8,
Group 2, Map  156;  Loi  7 of  Bio I    I
jbeing part of Lota 7 und 8, Group 2;
Loi  9, of Block  1. being part of Loi
7 mid 8, Group _.
claiming thro 1
undi       -  .   a ,il   all   persona   claiming
Inter   1 in the   ai 1 land    1 vlrtm
of  any ���   ed   instrument
all   pei     .     claiming   an
the  nai I  land  by descent, whose titli
Is ri -ii under ' >    pi       Ions
"Lai  !   Registry    \
red to contest the claim 0   the tax
��� r within for y Ave daj
ih- date of the flrsl p 1 dli a 1 in of this
notice  upon  J*ou,  and  In  di taull  ol   n
,  , ���   iat or cer1 ll -   '      ol   11     | 8 id   Q
i,, ��� filed within such period   0   In default   ol   re lempi Ion   b-'f.e ���-   reg
tlon, you nnd each or you w I
o] pi ���'. and deba *r   If    ���    et
,.       -        1 , .... i    .,        , ,,,
the said '    I regl tei
P. i-i- li nd rr,on as own ���
fee.     And  1  ! publi
cation of 'lii   i- rl ������ days In
n dally newspaper published In New
Wi, I minster, ���- ill b good and sunT-
<���;,.,,1  servlci
D   ed al   the  1, md  Re rlstry Offlce.
New V. estml Province of Britl ������
('"'mn la, ; n   3rd day of May   A. i>
1909. '   *     ^*��'!ai
C. S   KEl'l 11.
Dlstrloi   Registi   1
To   Y'ik    Chee,    Chew    Sin-   K.ap,
John J. Weir.
the  , ..:, nt of o       ia Ion   ol
lmi ai
I ,. 1 be mad
the  1
in  which the 1
lowevi
cerl i-i    . 1 -
moth, ,-.   -on. v
ter of nn int. n ling hon
The   01        ad ...
form
with   under    on 1    ol    the    toiio*
plans:
\ i
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,. ,    : ,    . if Uli
fat!
residi vicinity 0
!
I
1
.
1   , ' .      an 111
'  ., 11 -a
... . ome
. ni
may  b
ml.
Six       .        ii
be given com- Do
: , , Intention
���
Coal.���Coi be
leased  I 1 ]        ... wentj on ���
tn  annu 1    - per
> ,1    ni,-, . 11   acres
ased to 1 ��� .dual or
any.      A  roya rate or
pi      ial collected
��� ;-. ���! 1 ii ti. n v 1. coal mined.
\Y. W  CORY.
Interior.
N ii.    1 i. , ithoi. ii ;     .-���',., ation    of
iliis   idveri paid
.
LAND   REGISTRV   ACT.
_. notice thai 1  piicai Ion has
1   en made tn ]     vici He,      a
the owner In fe simple, undei .,
i,v . nle deed from the maj - an 1
: reasurei ol the citj ,,: New Wesi minster, lo F. \lv|] -. fiate rv
9th daj of January, A. le. L904, of all
1 gulai thai c - lain parcel or
��� of land and pr .v.- situate, ly
ing and being in the City of New
Wesi minster in the Province ot liritish Columbia, more particularlj known
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SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Landi wtl h-
in the railway bell in British Columbia, may be ' omesteaded by any person who is th.. sole bead of a family
or anj   male o\ er 18 years of age, 10
LAND   ACT.
Comox  Land District.
District of Queen Chariotte Sound.
Take notice tha   0   B n, ct
Vancouver, occupai on sh tu h r,
: peri      -i-u to
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ihe wei;  -ml of  i.- md, thei
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comn containing
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Vpril 8th, :
OLE I!  JACOBSON,
WHEN   GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET  AGENT
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"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
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BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF ]
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1 Lun,,-i,, 9 the  newesi   and    , st   Id. .,-
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LUXURY.      It  is   lighted        b   both
electi ii Ity and gas;
ly illuminati d 1 rata in ihe world.  I
-��� equipment  , onsi 1    if pr ��� ate emu  .,
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ixurlous din na
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For   T me   Ta ile     Po |i   -.  or
further Infonnalioii     1       1     ���  -.-
F. W. PARKER,
720 s, cond Avenue, Seattle Wa
Strenuous Game
Leads to Victory
1 Continued from i age I 1
polnl nnd cover, bin the shooting was
wild. At the opposite end Bill Turn-
bull pm In a long -, lion, which Mc-
Conaghy turned b. hind. The quarter ended shortly afterward w Itho 1
:i  score.
Busy   Scoriny   Quarter.
Half the goals were gained In the
cond. Bones Allan scor,xl within
half a minute and Gordon Spring responded. Play had hardly resumed
when George Mathi son found the net
with a long shot. Sev-n minutes
ih..n weni by, during which the West-
minster home worked hard, Cliff
Spring and Bill Turnbul] both shooting, It ended in the former get ling
the n-ext. While Cray was oui of the
nm Spike Hennessey placed his side
ahead,
After Lalonde nnd O'Brien had
failed, cliff .Spring and Pet,. Latham
found the net, while W. Matheson received a ten-minute penally for crosschecking Tom Rennie. Both homes
���worked hard, and at the end of the
second  O'Brien  equalized.
j rrom liili Tm ahull nnd Latham 1�� ' ���������
nn I Lalonde obtnlni d two for tbe
green Inns. The pace during the
ii'i.ii ter wa ��� furlou-, each home al
tacking in turn, I lave Gibbons ��� u| 1
off son... hie- .-.in..-.. The checking
was close throughout, and one or two
nastj   blows   ,\ 1   ,���  excb ini    I.     When
I ti    was  called   th ���   Salmon   Bell ��� i
had one to i'li- good.
I Salmon   Bellies'   Fine   Finish.
In the fourth Westminster started
off Fast, and Cliff Sprin 1 scored 111
the firsi show. Play held keen during the quarter, the visitors being
mainly on the defence; however, with
UWO   veils  iu   the   lend  i!   was   lh ���   beSI
plan. George Rennie was retired, ns
wns ilso 'loots Clarkson, By an
ncciih-ni Allan Bcored, and although
the Vancouver home worked hard for
ih- remaining ten minute., they failed
to equalize, the teams leaving iho
held with Westminster, eight, Vancouvei-.  seven.
Vancouver    Lalonde
..IV.  min.
Westminster    \\. Turnbull  . ���'���' ���      '
taster���Latham '','������.- min.
Westmlnsti r   Latham 1% min.
FOURTH QUARTER.
Westminster - G,  Spring   ..   . .20   - c.
Vancouver���Allan    '���'     mln.
Penalties.
Second quafier���W.  Matheson, Vancouver in minutes.
Fourth quarter G, Rennie, Wi t-
minster, ���"��� minutes; Clarkson, Va 1
couver. 5 minutes,
Summary.
FIRST QUARTER.
Furious   Pace   Set.
in   the  third    Westminst.
scored
No   SCO IT.
SECOND QUARTER,
Vancouver���Allan tr> sec
Westminster���G Spring .. ..2 min.
Vancouver���(;. Matheson, ..1 min
Westminster���A. Turnbull ...7 min
Vanccrver���Hennessey .. ..iy2 mln.
Westminster���.*. Spring ..  ..I!     min,
Westminster���Latham nu, nun.
Vancouver���O'Brien 2      mln.
THIRD QUARTER.
Vancouvei-���Lalonde 30 sec,
Cfficials.
|.,..|-,,.-.-P   ,|.   Lynch,     N'-w     Wo-'.1-
lIliflSMT.
Julge of Play, M. .1. Barr, Vancouver.
Penalty Timekeeper���F. T, Brown,
Vancouver,
Timeke.-p,.rs---(', W. Murray, Vancouver;   F. Kelly. Westminster,
Con] umpires- A, lv Mninniighloti,
.Vancouver; Percy Peele. New We '-
'minster.
The  Teams.
WESTMINSTER. VANCOUVER!
dray Goal. Gibbons,
Galbralth Point,        McConaghy
T. Gifford Cover Pi. W. Matheson
.1. Gif-Ord isi Defence. Springer
T, Rennie _nd Defence, Clarkson
(i. Rennie 3rd Defence,        Clan-k
W, Turnliiill Centre, n. Matheson
C. Spring 3rd Home. Ravey
Latham 2nd  Home.      llenii. ssey
A. Tumlbull     1st   Home. Allan
L, Turnbull Outside. O'Brien
c. Spring Inside Lalonde
Is taken
away when Suullglit soap is
brought into the home.
For thoroughly cleansing
floors, metal-work, walls
and woodwork, Sunlight
is the most economical both
In time and money. ���������
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Wants Canada to Participate.
Otitawa, July 2.���Mr, Meyer, tbe
new consul-general for Argentina at
Ottawa, has Interviewed the minister
of agriculture to try to have the Dominion governmenl participate olli-
cl-lly In th,. International fair to be
held In Buenos Aires In June and July
of next year.
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ea.d Locs
NEAR TENTH STREET A.!D FIFTH AVENUE FULL SiZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT .1.0.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. $050.
REASONABLE TERMS.
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A   $75,000,000   Company.
Trenton, N. J., July _ The South
era Pacific Railway Company of Mexico was incorporated her,, yesterday
with an authorized capital of $76,000,-
II divided into 750,000 Shares at
$100 each. The object of the company is to build a railroad In Mexico
Under concessions grained bv lhe R...
piihllc of Mexico to .1. A. Natigle rep.
resenting the Southern Pacific Rail-
way Company,
Surplus for Quebec.
Motnreal, July 2.- -Provincial Treat
mei- vyier expects another surplus "
over .half a million  for the  provinc*
for Hi- year ending iliis month,
Presented With $1000.
Toronto, July 2.���Rev. Canon Weld
who ion si. James' cathedral to be
come vicar of Wakefield, was presenl
ed  with one thousand dollars and i
sliver tea service. SATURDAY.   JULY    .
1909.
Til I!   DA I LV ws.
PAGE THREE.
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Tnere is no finer made to please my china  trade;
I is are very  fin,- and the goods are   all   high-grade.
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SOLE AGENTS FOR  PICKARD'S HAND PAINTED CHINA.
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DEMAND TO BE TAXED
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Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Door.
Interior Finish,     1 urnerl  Wo
Kish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F .RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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ARISES  IN   MOROCCO
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and Eas;   meeting;   _, , L!_j!        ���-
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E. McM
SALVATION ARMY���Services   will
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MANUFACTURED   BY
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NEWS.     The   Morning   Paper.
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PAINTING.
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Monumen.  to   Soldiers. ��� ;
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Travelers'      Cheques.      because     'hey   -                                                           : .    - ? .
know   exactly    what    their    funds   are     '";
worth   In   any   country    each   cheque   at  Toronto '   mn
tiie face dlans wh i                                 African ���-
Mode! Sign Works Travelers'Cheques
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NM'S1"                          itreet   Its  value   In     Domestic     and   Foreign ��-���-.   a   total   a    0
moneys. '
'   Westminster                    This   is   the   safest,  most  available,
most convenient and most economvi Train   Kulea  Co,,-  Moose.             I ^.,
h0��- l'                 Prop                    manner  to  carry  money  when  travel- SI    ,1ohn, X.B., July 2     The Inc'
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-     up.       I-i.
The Westminster Weekly News $1.00
The Standard of Empire (weekly)  2.00
for $3.00
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PE I ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
NOTICE.
w Westminster, B. C, Branch.
F. 13. Lyle, Manager
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PHON*   im
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The Question
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"'  Tei* ��*��*|ls Answered
asoline Engines
$liih.ii0  rewnrd   offered   for   I
i, it   and   couv ctlon of    parties  who
In , ntlonnlly    cut    log i    i,',1 ���     from
above our mill Sunday morning, June
-.'iitli.  1909,
PRASER RIVER LUMBER CO.
We  Sell  the Celebrated
PALMER  BROS'
GASOLINE ENGINES
Mineral Waters       \
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
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WESTMINSTER
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JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street, �� - New Westminster
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: by directing  you  to  the store  where
I you oan see the largi sl stock of iv\\
and second-hand good   of ill kind i In
the city.
i    I have 6 _p.eni.ti] Oream Separav
{Pot -ile, nearly v w. ,
Dome and see how much BftOll. you |
can gel  for your   money ae.e than
i'lsewhei-e.
Repairing of nun . limbrellaa, typewriters, nnd light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty,
Alex. Speck
second-hand store.'Transfer Co.
Columbia  St.     "Man on tin* Wheel.   {
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Westminster
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY,   JULY   3,   1909.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish-
lng Company, Limit, d. at their offlc s
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie  and  Victoria  streets.
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Directoi
SATURDAY,   JULY   3,   1909.
MALICIOUS   OPPOSITION.
Speaking of the elevation of Hon.
W, v. MacKenzie King to -h- cabinet iv Minl-ter ,,! Labor, and He- n -
cos-iiy for submitting himself again
to ihe electors of North Waterloo, the
Mail nn,I Empire recently said:
"The p. opi- of North Waterloo will,
<,f course, decide locally whai action
they will iiihe with reference to tbe
.ina- oi William i.v,ii Mackenzl - King,
th     young   gentleman    fr  Ottawa
who is asking them to endorse his
appolntmenl lo ihe federal cabinet as
ilie   representative  of  labor."
The people of North Waterloo, �� 1th-
out regard to politics, have decided,
and their decision was to eleel the
in w minister by acclamation.
Fm wesks I'usi ih- Mail and Empire and its understudy, l'he Toronto
News, have been frantically clamoring lor the defeat of Hon. Mr. King.
The most outrageous editorials toavd
teen published daily by both these
Conservative papers, Intended lo Influence Hv- public mind in North Waterloo, Admitting that this is a matter for the electors of North Waterloo to settle in their own way, as
stated by th0 Mail, why should such
contemptible editorials have been
written and sent through the constituency?
These two papers, the Mail anil
News, have received a rebuke more
significant than has boon heretofore
administered by the electors of Canada in similar circumstances. A scandalous attPmpt to stir up the work-
Ingmen, and labor element' generally,
against those in other walks of life
has signally tailed
After reading what the Mail and
the News has to say, it is significant
that the people chiefly concerned
turned a deaf ear. It affords a re-
miirketable example of the total lack
of influence these papers possess, not
only among the people generally, but
even ln 'heir own party.
If these two papers stated th-
truth, it became the duty of the Conservative party in al] honor to con-
fcast the seat, and tho duty of the
Conservatives primarily, and all right
minded men in Norflh Waterloo, ti)
record their votes againsl the new
minister. The tact was the electors
of North Waterloo knew their ibaisi-
ness better than the Toronto papers
did, and they registered u very decided negative to the suggestions of a
hosiile and  prejudiced press.
In some respects it is a pity 'hai
the Mail and News did not succeed
ln securing a contest. There are a
number of matters thai might have
been submitted to the people had
there .been a campaign, The loca
Liberals were spoiling for a fight, am
the party would have been glad of an
opportunity to deal with a few of the
misrepresentations in which these two
Conservative papers have indulged
for the past few weeks.
To Illustrate the want of harmony
im the Conservative party, it may be
mentioned that Air. Borden, tlie leader of the Opposition, declared himself
as not being in favor of ifferiiig any
opposition to th,. new minister, Notwithstanding the declared wish of the
leader of the parly, both the Mail and
Uie Na-ws disregarded It, ami tried by
the most unworthy forni of attack lo
kindle the lire of discord, and Impose
ii|M)it ihe electors of North Waterloo
un election they  di,i  nol  desire,
These papers have ,1,-en turned
down so hard tha' they may realize
how Impossible ii is I'm- either uf
them to Influence public opinion.
of Fort Francis all the Islands have
been bought in; au island which sold
lor $7u last summer brought ii.n) several days ago. Most ot mc-.- American purchasers coiiu- troth Minnesota.
Men  Are  Missing.
Chief Cade, oi Beiiingliam, writes
io Chief Mcintosh asking if tne po-
lie. cm assist in locating a young
Swede named Martin Olson, who
cini, under their n itlce ior uw unit
trouble in April, u.ui oi wnom tnack
lias since ben losi. ilie police have
a mil description ol tihe young man.
Mrs. Harrj Fan-, ot Smltbville, Ont,
writes to the authorities asking i
tnej eni iiv-isi in in- location oi ber
brother, Nm A. Goie, who bad .i ei n-
iia.ci tor clearing land on some island
near In re, an,I has cease ! to wi-i Ie.
He received his mail through New
Westminster.
"GET THE HABIT"
Now's Your Chance
SPECIAL TODAY:
FANCY   BOXES   NOTE   PAPER,   regular  up to  $3.25  per box.  TODAY   AT
HALF PRICE.
ai r
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and se!! for the sau.
A   PEW   BARGAINS
Tw0  lots on  Eighth  street  between Third and Fourth avenues; $800.00 and  $750.00.       F-asy terms.
A   full   sized   lot   on   the  corner of Seventh ave. and Sixth st. for $650.00 cash       This  '9 a beau.iful  lot.
A few  lots on  Fifth avenue  for $450 each  on  easy terms.
Three lots in the West End for $175 each.    Good location.      This is  a  snap.
Properties for sale  in  all  parts of th.  city.      See my  list.
All   kinds   of   documents   drawn.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont  Block,  Columbia  street. PHONE  169.
.I. I,. Melnnes, city jailer, leaves toda., lor his old home at Laki Ainsl.-.-,
Cape Breton island, on a visit. li
is many years since Mr, and Mrs Mc-
inn s moved from their Nova Stotla
borne to the coast.
The manager ol 'lv Roya] Citj Nav.
Igatlon Company, Robert whltmore,
wishes to draw attention to tlie fuel
that li. has no: resigned from the
management, as the ambiguous nature
of a headline in Thursday's paper
iiiighi    convey,    though    the  article
clear!.,    , \pn use.I    the   lliillii...   of    his
relations to the new company,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that iii ���
"Pltl River him,, >'i- Company, Limited," having applied to His Excellency the Governor-General In Council
for tlie approval of a certain sit,, for
the construction of certain booms
und booming grounds in the I'i"
River, in the District of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, have deposited with the Honora-
_le the Minister of Public Works, at
Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a description of the site ther .of, and have
also deposited a duplicate of each In
the office of the Registrar of Deeds
for the said District of New Westminster, in which district said works
are proposed to be constructed, in accordance with th-- requirements of
Section 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act." Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906. j
Dated June 24, 1909.
DIVVSMUIR EDMONDS,     \
Solicitor-General. \
THE   PITT   RIVER   LUMBER   CO.,
!    LTD.
NOTICE.
I wish to notify my customers that
in order not to allow the post card
business to interfere with my studio
work���my postcards of the Minto cup
matches will he on Sale only at "The
Fair," und  H   Ryall's Drug store.
S. J. RITCHIE.
GAME   WORKED   HERE
VICTIMIZES   TORONTO
Toronto, July 2. An Innocent, ap
peering as a Syrian und giving tu.
uatti- of Oeorge S. Uuisoom. hn
worked frauds In local church circles,
On coining to Toronto lv represented
himself as having an oriental novelty
business ln New Vork, and thai he
had established a Christian school for
Mohammedan itoys In Bethlehem, ,iu-
deii. He was taken up by Rev. A. T,
Sowerby, of the College streel Baptist church, and collected mono, inline support of his school, On word
coming from Pittsburg that h- hud
perpetrated fraud- there, be decamped.
: rt i��iiss Hiss
Opportunity
COULD YOU USE ANOTHER SUIT AT A PRICE? """W*E
BELIEVE YOU CAN AND WILL AFTER YOU LFARN THE
VALUE   OR   THE   SUIT   AND   PRICE   THAT   WILL  BUY   IT.
WERE GOING TO DO SOME GREAT STUNTS IN THE
WAY   OF   SUIT   SELLING   FOR   THE   NEXT   FEW   DAYS.
All 2-Piece Suits Reduced
The suits are out-best; the newest we hnve, all fashionably
cut and excellently tailored from choice all wool fabrics. Not
a  sale of old suits, but a sait, of new  suits.
There will be a rush tor these suits for everybody knows that
when we advertise to do a thing we never fail to deliver the
goods. Select your suit at once���don't delay.
Fin-,;, range of fine Worsted Suits; regular $1S.00 suits for. .$13.50
Fine range of gray Tweed Suits; regular $111.00 suits for ..$10.75
Two-piece all wool Tweed Suits; regular $15.00 suits for ,.$11.25
Two-piece all woo] Tweed Suits; regular $13.00 suits for . , .$8.75
Specially  fine  line "DB."   Suits;  regular $12.50 sui is for  ...$8 50
100 BOYS' THREE-PIECE SUITS REDUCED 25 PER CENT.
Suits worth $7.50 selling for $5.60
Suits worth $6.00 selling for $4.50
Suits worth $5.00 selling for $3.75
THIS  IS THE MONEY-SAVING SALE OF THE YEAR.
All our Canvas Hats to clear at  half  price.
$1.00 Hats ror 50c
75c  Hats for   40c
60c HaLs for 30c
Several  lines of gray  Felt Hats worth from $2.50 to $3.00 to
clear at, the hat $1-50
REID & CO
PROPER CLOTHES FOR MEN
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
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\   Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE.
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SHOES
Specials   For   Today.
LADIES
Oxblood   Russia  Calf  Oxfords,
pair    $3.00
Chocolate  Kid  Oxfords,  pair  ....$2.50
White,   Blue   and   Pink   Canvas   Shoes,
regular  $2.50,   for    $1 75
White   Canvas   Oxfords     $1.50
Patent   Leather  Oxfords    $3 00
I	
&S SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
MEN'S
Oxblood    Oxfords,    Bluchers $4.50
Velour Calf Oxfords   $4.00
Patent   Leather   Oxfords $4.00
$3.50 Fine   Kid   Blucher  Boots. .  $2.50
TENNIS SHOES
Men's Tennis Shoes  ....85c and $1.50
Ladies'  Tennis   Sho_s. . . .75c   to  $1.25
BAREFOOT   SANDALS
Children's  Sandals    $1.00
Misses'  Sandals    $1.50
These are   _e besl barefoot Bandals
on the market.   Get your child a puir.
WEALTHY  AMERICANS
BUY CANADIAN   ISLANDS
Toroton, July 2.���The extern to
which Americans are becoming interested in Canada may be ludged from
un account of conditions In the Rain.-.
Like   clistlift.      A  Toronto    railway
mail   wlio   has   been   guilt;;   over   thai
pari of New Ontario reports thai 700
Islands have been purchased bj
wealthy Americans in the lasi eighteen months,     For seventy miles vast
TON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot. New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
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Cool Underwear
Try our line of "KEEP COOL'' Underwear.   It's the best.
Straw Hats
that fit and keep the sun off.
J. EUGENE BROWN U CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
Week   Beginning
June 28.
High-Class Vaudeville and Moving Pictures.
BEARD & HERDY,
Human  Knots,
TAMING   A   HUSBAND.
A comedy sketch by Carroll & Phillips.
AERIAL SERPENTINE DANCE
By Madame Novelll.
ED. MARLOWE,
That  famous  monolOglBt,
MADAME   KAISER.
A noiitnit'iit Contralto.
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday.    Change of Program
Monday and  Thursday.    Lower Floor 25c, Balcon/ 20c
Gallery 15c.
Curtain rises at 2:15 and 8:15 P. M.
Who is Mavius
Successor to
HAWEIS
Royal Studio
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C. i
,    mi v   3    19��9-
vTURDAY.   JULY   ���*���'
THE  DAILY   NEWS
PAGE FIVE.
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
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������������������������������������*���   sjoRE CL0SES DAILY AT 5  P.  M..   EXCEPT   SATURDAY.
Commencement of
PRIDAY MORNING WE COMMENCE OUR ANNUAL JULY SALE, A MORE IMPORTANT EVENT
Ln HAS BEEN HELD. IN FORMER YEARS, ON ACCOUNT OF THE LARGE QUANTITY OF
MERCHANDISE (BOUGHT,N GREAT BRITAIN BY MR. SMITH, AND AT PRESENT ON THE WAY.
FnR WHICH WE MUST HAVE ROOM. WE INTEND TO MAKE A CLEARANCE OF EVERY-
TH,NG IN SUMMER GOODS, AND OUR STOCK IS HEAVIER THIS SEASON ON ACCOUNT OF THE
BACKWARD SPRING. WHICH MEANS BIGGER BARGAINS AND DEEPER PRICE CUTTING. ALL
SUMMER DRESS FABR.CSWILL BE OFFERED AT PRICESTHAT W,LL TELL THEIR OWN TALE
���0T A  MATTER   OF   WHAT     PRICE   WE   CAN   GET   FOR   THEM.  BUT A  MATTER OF  EFFECT.NG
A   SPEEDY  CLEARANCE.
Watch the Smith ads. and windows for bargains.
Great savings in store for everybody.
DOUBLE   WIDTH   DRESS   GOODS.
15c   PER   YARD.
i.-ni.three pieces only in this
lot, light and dark colors, stripes.
checks and fancy mixtures, almost
Imaginable shading. Just the
thing for children's dresses. July
Bale Price, per yard 15c
AN  EXTRA   SPECIAL
AT   35c   PER   YARD.
Includ! wool  taffeta cloth
black,    plain  and
tunc, annures, light and dark tweeds
and ������ . i.mcy mixtures, etc..
ranging from 10 to 51 inch<- wid.-i
worth to fl -ii per yard. See tills
show ng m om- windows. July Bale
Pri,-,.. per yard   35��
STRIPED AND CHECKED
LUSTRES, 25c PER YARD.
I nice selection of tb s - gaxuls.
bright, iv rom tiiii-.li In Ugh. checks
uu.I dark snipes.     For the July Sale
[)(      ������;< ,|          . . .25c
LADIES'   WHITE
WASH   DRESSES,   $2.50.
Not often ymi get a chance 'ike
this anywhere, but we mean business
this time. .\ dainty lot ot these
<Vevo, almost every size among
ihem. Regular values to $.>IM' ���lu,-v
Sale Price $2-50
CHILDREN'S WASH  DRESSES,
FOR  35c  EACH.
Odds and ends, broken lines in
wash dresses, all the regular stock
values to Tiic must go this time. July
Bale Price, each 35c
$1.50  FOR
LADIES'  WHITE
WASH  SKIRTS.
Onlv a limited quantity this time,
the balam. of our stock of thes ���
goods, in pique, drill, duck and linen;
a chance to secure a serviceable start
at a very moderate figure. Regular
values to $X25 for *1-50
70-INCH   TABLE  DAMASK
35c PER YARD.
Four pieces unbleached tabling. In
pretty tloral designs, a cloth that will
soon bleach. Jul. Sale Price, per
> unl    35c
HEAVY WEIGHT
HUCK TOWELS,
25c PER PAIR
S]>. .ial purchase for this sale, suitable for hotels, clubs or boarding
houses. Extra heavy quality all
hemmed. July Sale Price, per
yard    25c
CHECKED  GLASS   CLOTH,
12c   PER  YARD.
In   -In.   or  red ch.-ck. &3,  26  uud  37
lnohea wide, specjj&lly purchased for
'liis greai event. Julv Sale Price,
per yard 12 1-2c
HEMMED  PILLOW  CASES,
$1 75   PER   DOZEN
Good quality cotton, perfectly  tree
from dressing; all hemmed ready for
use; assorted sizes. July Sale Price
per dozen $1-75
FANCY
HONEYCOMB   TOWELING.
10c  PER  YARD
176 yards of roller toweling, honeycomb with colored stripe; a toweling
with some body to It. July Sale
price, per yard 10c
HEMMED   NAPKINS,
$1 25   PER   DOZEN.
\ timely amy of these table napkins
ill ready for use, a splendid quality,
positively a big snap at $1.50. July
Sale Price, per dozen *1-25
________________������  ,-���c   CARl V SHOPPING WILL PROVE VERY ADVAN
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL MAIL ORDERS.  EARLY SHUPi-mu
TAGEOUS AT THIS GREAT BARGAIN OFFERING.
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Justice  M :   ii ,1,1 .. i-
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ling f ; tha garfl, n at Tl Ij -
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arrivi d in     e to take
.'ion - min-
oon -i  during the       ence
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FURNITURE
For reliable goods at reasonable prices see the
The Big Furniture Store
W.  E. TALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
612 618   AGNES    STREET,    OPPOSITE   LIBRARY.
PHONE 175.
BUY  YOUR GROCERIES AT
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Daw-
Adams & Deans
Just   arn- I,  a  i Ko   n
Hoc I Ploui      I-   la     i in nl of b /.      Com Starch
^^_^_^_^_^_^^^_
g  I       |_.,| ..  Jam, in glass bottles, per bott
It will pay you to let us fill your orders.
pkgs. for 15c  Choice Seeded Raisins,  IG oz. pkgs
.15c
_____^__^___^___^_M-	
That    light,    delicious,    wnolesome I New Potatoes, 4 lbs. for 25c Rhubarb, - Ins. lor 0c
-   ut your Carnation Cream, 2 tins fur  15c
a   i    -lth uobtn | Premium Flour, per sack  $1-90
' lm- is a good bread flour.) Tetley's Tea, 3 lb. tins for $100
'I'li- fun. ml of the I ��� Joseph
Pari of Clayton, who died la ��� s n
urday, will take place today fro a the
chapel of the Murchle Undertaking
Company, to 'lie Odd Fellows' cemetery.   Kev. Mi. Owen wlll offlclat,
Todd's great clearance sale of
pianos will shortly close. Jump In
now and secure a bargain. "*
Tin.   Levi   Magazine    continues  to
grow in interest, and the .lune issue
shows Improved type, ad better illus-\ *
trations. "The Adventures of a Wo- ' ���
man Reporter" give some idea of the t
manifold occupations of the calling.! +
but fortunately the average woman I ���
journalist is not often called to play i +
the part set forth by the writer. Bd- j *
ward Carpenter contributes a complete +
story. "Deep Waters," and another ���
feature is a pretty story of a German X
musician. ���
An excursion to Ladner will b. held 4
under the auspices of the Rose of Columbia lodge on Saturday, July 10,
leaving New Westminster by S.S-
Transfer at 2 p.m., returning the same
evening. Tickets, adults, 7_c; children, 30c; may be obtained of .1.
Sohmerl, 215 Sixth street. P. B.
Brown, 17 Begbie street; Bowell &
Oddy, Fifth avenue. Friends and
sisters  cordially   invited.
For a No. 1 Ceylon Tea we recommend   Braid's   Best  at   50c.
a sample.
Ask  for
ADAMS & DEANS,
Groceries and Crockeryvvare
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
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BOWLING
, Jones and Day defeated Fisher and
Bllodeau in the Duck Pin league last
evening by 37 .|>ins. On Monday McDonald and Gilchrist play Latham and
..Mejit-lth. Accompanying are the
scores in the Duck Pin match, and
the weekly B. C. Telegraphic league:
Fisher and Bllodeau vs. Jones and
Day:
1.       2.      3.    Tot.
Jones    85     80     Sti     *j-l
Day 92     92      74     258
Totals 177
1.
Fisher    St>
Bllodeau 87
172 160 509
2. 3. Tot.
91 71 24S
70 67 224
Totals    173    161
B. C Telegraph league:
Sanderson
Montelth .
Burden ���,
Carver . . ,
ililehrist   .
138      472
I.
2.
8.
Tot.
138
171!
166
477
142
150
L67
449
i 16
1114
226
50ti
146
188
205
539
221
163
166
540
Totals.
79$    920   2611
$50 Reward
The above reward will be paid by
James Lmn for the recovery of the
body of his son, John Linn, who was
drr wned near the mouth of Pitt rivar
or. June 26th, by falling from the
launch  Alice  A.
JAMES LINN.
Lime Juice
25c. Bottle;   $1.50 Gallon
Lemonade
Tin.
Cattle Wash
Sl.iitl gallon.
Moth Bags
Moth Camphor
Imperial Disinfect-
��  The cheapest and best
ant for all purposes.
Bathing Caps
Water Wings
Spectacles
50c and up.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORl!
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Hot Weather
Cool Shoes
NOW    THE    HOLIDAYS   ARE    OVER   YOU    WILL    NEED   TO
LOOK  FOR SOMETHING COOL   FOR   THIS   HOT   WEATHER.
WHAT COULD YOU  FIND THAT   WOULD   BE COOLER  THAN
A PAIR OF
WHITE CANVAS SHOES
WHO   WOULD   BE   WITHOUT  A  PAIR  WHEN  WE  ARE SELLING THEM  FOR
$1.50
A  PAIR.
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE RELIABLE SHOE MAN.
HOLMES BLOCK
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Live Stock  Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer in the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handlj any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legi.imate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter is an
instance:
New Westminster, June 23, 1909.
A. W, MoLfiOd, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, I}. C.
Dear Sir,���1 beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"NV11," for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for $200.00 In
full   payment, Yours sincerely,
(Sgdl.      J. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some   valuable   stock,   enquire   for   particulars.
ALPRED   W.   McLEODj
INSURANCE BROKER, ''
657 COLUMBIA STREET.        __\% PHONE 62.
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SATURDAY.   JULY   3.   1909.
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED.
COBALT MINE PROMOTER    |
ARRESTED IN NEW YORK
Aileged to Have Swindled Many Prominent   Canadian.   Including   Cousin
of King Edward.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line  and  V.  V.   and  E.  Cloverdale to   Sumas  Railway.
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WE CALL
dersigned i 1 "Tend
Post   i ��� Fittings  ai
Lai ������ I. Public    Building,
will     . . -.',   until     ���!::;.,   p. ii.   ,,-,
Monda I 21, 1909, for the work
ni, ntloned. Tend, rs will nol be < on
sldered unit ss made up - I i ac-' j
cordanc. with the conditions co ���
tained in form furnished bj Department.
P1b -       - Ifications    may  be
.--.-en on appllcai on to Mr, Robert
Bei). Caretaker, Public Building, Ladysmith, B. (*.. and ai thi I li p -i tment
of  Public  Works,  Ottawa.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department  of Public Works, Ottawa,   May 27, 1909.
York, July    2 Ontario
���     v nun nt.  acting   tin oui h  i he   lirit-
ui here, cutis. ,i the ai resi  tool   \\ llliam  s.   Mlt. ii 11, torn
. niber of    the    I Ion o Id it. ,i   Ex-
, hange,   but  mor, ntly  a  m nln ���
. ������   w iiii    headquai tei _   In   the
Col -i --, i.       Mitchell,    who   has
��� ��� with his fatlu r, John Mitchell, a well t.i ,i , contr ictor, al :;v,
We Mint; -seventh street, was ar-
taking a walk on Riverside di Ive, by Dcputj Marshal Pinkley
and   S ��� Ivester  F.  I re, a  private
Ive, ii ho had I et a - i iploj i ,1 by
ruin, iii    and    private  Individuals in work ni' i '��� i','.
i   i
dlans and Kn i tbi
.  ndi on!  of - 10 "->  In  the
e of some mining proper!     n
the   Nlpi ,!   trld       Anion;    the
mem ,      ol  tl licate wb
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irnivv       .'   al Milehell   ;
I   ;���     1 ,.   .. ���  .        i .....      Of
I , of      I
-',.,-��� fore   -,  cousin  >���'   I
The other membi
I nol id    m. mber ������ ,-i  ������<    Canadi   i par-
:��� ii nl   ana    well     known    fin ".nclnl
men.
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lD0RATED Cf ****''
Mother and Child are equally benefited by   ,~J
St.   Charles  Evaporated  Cream.     It   is   the
world's standard of  purity and. next to a
healthy mother's own milk, the best obi
able food for infants.    Many doi toi ��� insist
notonly that infants be fed on St. Cii.uiv,    _       i
Evaporated Cream, but that mothers them-    .,;���- :*_
make it a large part of their diet.   The    "-
ii-,- ,.i  St. Charles Cream  is economical  too,     Ii   1.    - ���
forever, and  by simply adding pure water in p
portions,  you  have  pure  milk and  pure cream,
<1| better than the v      .,     can buy and equal to the
besl  tv in lh,   world i an produce.    In   ,
using St.  Choi       Ci you i , hances.     :
Sold by TUcsl Grocers E-dcrybuhere. .'
i  - ���        ���    ���  foi        on to mother,   f -
and i ion.
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY,  Ingertoll, On;.
Easter-brook  Milling'   Company,
1 I ume,   IV C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
IMPERIAL $7.25   per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.7.   per  Bbl.
TERMINAL     . Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUU     .       .$4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.
"Th,
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Flour  That  is  Different
CZAR REGAINS PART j
OF PURLOINED WEALTH
musl   stan i   ready   to  prove   It
.! all o prove thai   the difference is
mar     I, v    WORTH  WHILE, that
.   I    :���        this 1      Vn-  11 mr  you
ough
Tha    is exactly where v ������   lo    land.
We ask you to take no risk      B
a  bai    if   ROBIN   HOOD  a       I   .-
two I iir trials.     If ii dues not p
perfi i  ly   satisfactory,  e_ actorj
thai you too say "II is reallj the
flour thai Is different," you may take it
to you v   and he will give you
back your money.
Will   you   make   the   trial   on   your
NKXT flour order?
Case  Against  Defaulting  Official   Who
Took Fefuge in Canada Concluded
by Mutual Agreement.
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Pretty Parasols
A   FEW   MORE   OF   THE
The Saskaicliev/an Flour Mills Co.
LIMITED.
MOOSE   JAW,   SASK.
15c
SIZE   JUST   ARRIVED.
Mali Service
_. I nni] eg    M in.,   Jul 2     Tin
moi     legai i        In wh Czar ol
Etui   i i    ougb   to rei ovi r, through tho
i courts, at lea ion ol
,.i -e   su !..
Ivan Pros! off, j ,i fauit n., om
who had   been   In  cliai
administration   ut    a  T ran
,      . ince, has ..... |
.... il       nearly ti
ol   lii    ition  .ni
the    upri v..  ,,,.,..      Pi
.   sconded       I ���   bis  way to I
.uln,   via   v brin   ng  w ith  lmn a I
which he a
I   .i ;  .     iVinnipi     . - -I es-
. nd w.    ...  lan    .   md also pui -
ed a -U,-k . d      ods  i
paratoi \  to opening a   busin. sa  b
Later he was  joim d V-   \n.,a /.- ...an.
a   !.,.ndi v and     talen     .   Etui   ,   i
lady, who be is said   ....
'I in   woman was regai led by th     I
sian   polio   as  a    lan ero is   and   uncompromising Nihilli i. and thi -
ed       . ... in a  luxuriously   I'm
nis'v .1   hon ,     In St.    Jam .-������   p , a
Everj thing wi nt  m u i,. as a mai
bell  Cor a tithe an I tin    Prosk
 k-ofi's livei in  Bt; li   hefltting ttui
~": i i' no ih     Irth; Indei d, a    pei I
Port   Haney,    Mission,    Chilli-  was   chartered   to   bring    Vnna   !
. on  Hoi    Springs, Agi - Iz,  from New York to Montre
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, racing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply.. McQuarrie|& Co.,
Front Street.
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MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh   Pork    Sausages   dally.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
PACBPIC
Meat Marke
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prime Ribs Bei-f
Choice
Juicy   Steaks.
mm __r^    . .
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MORE Y'S I
BOOKSTORE.
605 Columbia street.
���_ 5KB.C-.-- . _-.-
Crystal!'heater
ANIMATED   PICTURES  AND   ILLUSTRATED    SONGS     OF    THE     VERY
HIGHEST  CLASS.
Following are the hours of despatch
.u i arrival of malls at the New West
minster P��st office, .ne hour given In
. case being the nour ol  ch
i   i  Ls hall  an ' our, a   a rule, be-
,  re the actual  v-1\ atch.    All u
ilese othi      I       tated, are itespatmi
,1 and rei elved daily except  Sunday.
,.,,   oniy   mail ���   di i ati b d   and   "���
_iv. ii Sundaj  are thi   v. N. li. South
ami C, P. tt. , a-,i  mails, uot Including
way   main . on      I .. sei
ami Ooquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
| nioiid
! wack.
Lytton   i      >oet, Spences   Bridge,
oia   and   district,  an !  all
excepi Kootenays.
Mails   Received-
Nlc-  arrived from Bur        i a as-
ist  Soc -,l with  tlie H
��� ���.. 1.   and   ia  otln r a  wide
swal h  for a [lme.      v . ;  he �� i
cat ������ I, all  bb
suli  con nn nci -
.*horte 192
���     VEMY _��� ANDERSON
Columbia St.
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Children    5c,   adults     10c
J. M.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
0:00  a.m.   (closed  at   elevnn  o'ciocu
the  p evious  ul ;ln I    ', am ou .er    * ia
',       '  li.  Owl.
S a.m.- \ am .,"-. v- and \ 1. toria ��� ������'
i.   ,    i .!���, i rlc railway.
,v   p, ft. east taking all p< inl
...: . in, luding Lan ;ii :���  and dl ' i let.
i he   mail   for   A i ���,..v d  and   iii.
trie!   i i ,.. burn and  di turning
don and dls1 rici. and Matsqui ai e d< -
Pr>'\/'pTQ\J   Manager patched bs wa; oi V :oui  i
' a.m.���B a i     .    ittle,     In
. ling all i    .    po       ... and i oui
and Hal] ni id ,- an i Ha_
[elmere, on Tu i daj s, I bui. laj , and
Saturdays.
aii sun, j maili an i��� ,-��� lv*. ,i from
lOlov, i iv , , -,-. in Hall'i Pralri -. Ha
z Imer. and Ferni Id e, which anv ion
, . Pori Qulchon train o i I ue dayi
Thursday- and Saturdays,
11 :oo a.m. ��� . uncouvei. Vi, toi la and
C. alral   I'ark,   v.i   II.   C.   _1 ictr C   Rail-
w ay,
, p.m Stravi I erry Hill, Tim-
berland and South We I minster, by
courier i I'm sday and Friday).
1:.in p.m - -East Burnaby, bj courier.
2:00 p.m.- Burquitlam, - . courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months close al
2:30 excepi Saturday) Ladner, fori
Qulchon, We tham Island and Sun-
.bury, daily excepi Sunday; Woodward,
Tn.siia.,. Thursday and Saturday, via
iM. c. Bruce." (Steveston mall despatched and  received via Vancouver.!
2:30    p.m.    Vancouver    and    Piper
Siding, via Q. X. It. north.
  ,      ... ... ,.       I!   i j. in.���(Mover,lale,    Xi.-oiiiekl.   and
Gold Watches for Ladles trom H2.��|por)  ,,������.. 4l;li!>-. r|iiyl(1M ������ Tu4sday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Hon Accord, Tuesday anil  Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnabj |
lak,-, via ii. C. Electric Railway, sm- \
unlay an  extra  mail Is despatched  to
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
i'.i 10 a.m. Blaine and Si atti,-. Including all i .' ilnts, via G, N, K.
"Owl."
v 2U 'i.m \ ancouvi ������ and Vlcto ia
,. ... B. C.  Kiev lc      Paris
Rallwa; . pounds,
9:00 v 10:00 a m u rry llm,
by courier , I ui sday an.i i-1 Idi   I
9:30 a.m. '. am iver and Vi. toi i,
via G. X. R.
10:00   to   11:00  a.m. -i.a,ln >r,   fi   I
Guichon, W   ithan    , ilan I  and  I I u
day,  Thursdaj   an I   Satui day i   Wood
ward, via     - ���   -     I. C   B   ice. (Stevi
ton di spatched and received via \ u ���
, \ er, i
m in a.m.- C. P. R. ���.- 'I'.'-t trail i
Snppei ton, I-'.-use,- Mills nnd Coqu -
lam.
i ;00 p.m, Vancouver, Central Pai ,
and Via
l :30 p.m    - - i Burnaby, i y coin; i
2:30 ], v     ;: irq iltlam        i ourier,
3:3 I n.-ii. Blaine ai d Seattle, in
eluding ;.!'  U   S. points
9: in p.m -'-������ ond il ill east, anil
closed i        ; .:,;..        -I  Seattle
li clud iv   U.  S   A.   mattei.  and  also
I'ra-v   Mills,
"LE  BOX SPORT" CREATES
BIG   ROW   IN   PARIS.
July    2.- Sam     McV ��� ,
met ^ .liiu   Barry,   187  p
in  ;   llglil  Iia 'i   ai. hi  :i-  '   ���   Cirqu     >
1'aii", whii li about hull    ill, there
being ahotii t I spectato .  v
the    ch aper    seat's.      K- -
Mcintosh,  who     refer I   iiv   Van,
Johnson fight, disqualifli ,1 Bai,
lifi, .-a   rounds,   for    Iiii uv   I   .
and  butting with his head.     Th    de
cision    angered    the    crov I, i
ii  Ij   favore!     Bai j   all  th     igh,
I   ion h   every     one   cou        ���      tin
foul     Mow    given       'I lie    ape, tato
iln,'iv the omergenc.   v out a
i ,i   tin   chali rhree  arres I -
wi ��������� made VtcVi had a I the better of the fl - oiim.8, using his
rlghl i ���-. i Ij Bn recrn ei ed ., m
derfullj   afti i v> ard,   an !   the   fl '
:,- even,      n
for tli   oil er nine   ound :
ASK  YOUR  GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU  ST   ARRIVED.
For   Wheat,
etc., ask us.
Bailey.  Oats,  Chops,   Chicken
We wlll see that
Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,
you   get   it   promptly.
Hay,
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phone  335.
186  COLUMBIA  STREET.
P. O. Di-awe,   100.
~<B.-"".r nn wh���iiiii mmmitmmmnmamssmBaawanmsttmmi
English Watchmaker
Watches,   gont.     open    fact
open    case
up.
Silver
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Wai tham    and     Elgin
patches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Twn  doors from   Geo. Adams, Groci r
Victoria   via  Vancouver  at  this  hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all r.
S. points east and south, via (.'.. X. It-
"Fiver."
G p.m.���Second C. P. Tt.. past, r'ra-
eer Mills. This mall lakes the following local places; Ilarnet and
Port Moody,  Pitt  Meadows, Port Ham-
Grand Trunk Ry
Excellent Train Service Betwee.
Ci.icago. Loudon.
Hamilton, Tor.-a.o,
Montreal, Que. ec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business center.-; of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC anil  the MARI- i
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YOIiK and!
PHILADELPHIA,  via Miagara Falls. |
For Tim- Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VAUX.
Assistant Gen'I Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Ailanis St.. Chicago. 111.
. ,.jV7_��WX-   .- '.,-������
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mmmism&mm-
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announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
P.   BURNS   & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C.  E. TRAVES,  Local   Manager.
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101. SAT-
BDAY,
JULY   3,   1909.
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PAGE  BBVUiN.
Anderson & lusby
���.y Seventeen years it took to
{imi how to add one special In^redi, ol
rijj.it way and amount to tlie pure lead a
zinc of M L Pure Paints.   Time well-spent, i es
these paints last twice a.s lonjj a.s others, and I  lar
better.       Saves   you  wasting  money   on   I paints.
Makes it safe, as well as wise, for you to buy
i. j .
Made in every wanted color
for   every   painting    pu-
Imperial Varnish <3 Color Co
Limited, of Toron
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WE   ARE    READY   TO    SHOW
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ks in Rtrwlc. and a new shipment    ��
Mallus   wi in   to   Van
to    atti .,'i    the
ioks in stock, new shipment
Library and Engli h 6d Novels
v       ii.,"     F    W     A !������
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Newt Btlon $1.25 and $1.50
P��P" vts,   Cloth-bound            75
Popular Copyrights,   Paper-bound 35c
En.1' '.     J    \_vel6  ...20c,  3  for  50c
Seaside   Library    1bc,  2 for 25c
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Mi 3   .V.i. Jones,  ��h i foi   Hi    p ���-'
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da , Hun   hi       Edmonds,
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Bargain Sale
CHILDREN'S   ANO   LADIES'
Hats and Mil"
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LAND ACT,
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THE   LATEST   STYLES  ALL  GOING
AT  A   REDUCED  PRICE.
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LAND  ACT.
Fori,   of Notice.
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Is to   apply   1
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Form of Notice.
Dlstricl  v   i
of v !������ b. cupatlon, I idy,
Inti a or permi . i n to pur-
bi :      ibed lands:
Commen In a  post   planted m
iho bay al co ni r ol  Aland
1,   the largi nd  in   the  In
dian   grouj        Dated   June  6th,  1909.
,     .. ng   for the  who;       land,   containing  60  acres   more  or  1-
BERGE. A AN__lRSON,
Per S. II. FORD, Agent
D ted June 6th, 1909.
[Form No.  'J.J
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District ot Ooasi   Range One.
notici   that    Frank Jacobson,
of  Vancouver,  _. C, occupation, far-
ends to apply for permission
. lase   the  following  described
:   ing at a post   planted  m
. bay on north shore of Bend
island.    _ ated June  6th,  1909.      Ap-
Connor and McQuarrie
261 COLUMBIA STREET.
hay at northwest    corner of .    . ,        , ,    d        tain.
island.     Dated   .lm..'   6th, 1909.    Ap-|| ,___
plying for the wl ol. id, i
[ng  - it���-��������� -  more or h
JOHN  OLSEN,
Per  S.  H.   I-OKI),  Agent,
Dated June  6th,  1
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iv Mr.  Henry  I..  Mm n I
'   to J. J.   MACKAY A CO.
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LAND ACT.
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA
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One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY   AT ONCE.
Fraser  Valley  Tannery,   Ltd.
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M .     I.C    Davl ������ -viiii. ,1   ���
the ii a  I "!,.  on   I :
prettj   home ol   lie       ��� Mr .   l��
S,  Curtis,      Mrs    I
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and Miss Florence Cui II guests
a, imi,.,I     Mrs.   Henrj   I.     E Imonds,
Mrs   NV.    <!.   McQuarrie,    Ml      Mac
,     -,      Ml        VVntso        ll
\, Dauphlnee,   Mi -   Kate
Dauphin. V  Miss  Clute and  Miss  Bur
III -II
Among lhe ��ei-h a \ Isitoi - fi n
Vancouvi ��� wer. Mi nnd Mrs. C 8
Ferris Mr and Mr . II Glover, Mr
and Mrs. \. Man,, II, Mr .1 C With-
. rs u,    Mr,   i'i, li*I       Wo        -    M .
Fori,,   stuan in ii Mr. J. v Smiui.
S.S.    1
, ,ll\ -lil --.-',.-
dally , \,  ;    \-   ���
>.;���.    vi eaves   "tu
.in..   I  i Vii
SS   Pi ini ��� i   ��� ' Van
er,   10 a m, dai'5, ex.  pi  Friday
a- \ :   .   la
WESTMIN-TER-VICl ORIA      ROUTE
ss.  Tra i :��� will  leave  Victoria tor
Vow NVi -; mln :  r ev rj  Tu- sday.
Leaves  New   v, _��� on   Wed
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. Isl and 11 _
ach month for Qua ��� Ino an i way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset,  Quatsino,  i Scoti   and
way ports.
Form of Notice.
District ol   Coast   Kan,-     ���   ���������
Tak,.   notice   that   Ralph   la
of  Vancouver,  B.   ... occu       m, far-
itends to applj toi
to pur. base the followln
lands:
Comn ,i ' i
i .      mthi as, - ij on
Com] ton   island.     Dati I
1909.      v tor tb a '������
...   ., :. ,:..    0 acr     :. .,
RALPH  JAC i...   iN,
S.  11.  FORD,    .gent.
Di ted June  Ith,  L909.
0   li '���   - hvro or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
D   ed June Gth, 1909.
[Form  No.  ..]
LAND ACT. 9_ .,
Form of Notice.
PisU'ict oi  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Adolpb O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
r. mer, Intends ui apply for permission  to purchase    the    following de-
;       'Ills:
Commencing at a posl . I... ed on
the north i bore of Crib Island. Da,ted
June 6th, 1909. Applying tor 'he
whole Island, containing 90 acres
more  or  less.
ADOLPH O, JOHNSON,
S.   11.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Cth, 190 !,
[Form  No   9
LAND ACT.
fo    permls-
liio   li,honing  de
V
IS
"��� ,.^sss_a
"The IVIilwaukee,,
'   Pioneer  Limited,"    St.   p,lu|   to
'"cago,  "Short   Line,"   Omaha     to
"icayo,    "South     West    Limited"
<an,a. City to Chicago.
1 'rains In  tha service on    any
':"i In  the  worM that equal  in
Wen(  thai  of  the Chicago, Mil
���" ���*���'  Bt. Paul Railway,     They
'""' operate their own sleeping
' ail-ing oars on all their train.-, ami
thelr  Patrons  an  excellence    of
' rv|ce not ohtiilnahle  elsewhere.
H. S. umvE, General Agenl
Phlrd St., eor. Alder. Portland, Or
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster', H��m�� Paper.
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April LSI the BteameT
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf sverj weeh daj afternoon, ex
oepi Saturday, al 3 p.m, tor Ladner
Wvalhaiii island and way ports, Bat
in-day at _ p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND SATURDAYS,
Returning, leaves VVestnara Island
every week day morning, except 1'"
day, iu 7a.m., ami Ladner 7-15 a.m
Friday leaves Westham islam! 8 a m
and Ladner at 8:4- u-1"
Additional trip Monday morning
leaving New Westminster at B a.m.
This sclieilule stilijeel to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates up
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
Mr,     and    Mrs,   W.   0    McQ
NV. Martin, Miss Marlon Martin, Dr.
and   Mrs   Jone .   Mr,  .i   GlbBou  and
I Mr, .1. K. Mien, were among the
' NVestmlnster guei ts at 'he Van. - iv<
Club ball, lasi  Friday
Mrs.   I -UglB I  Ca in  ami  sou,  Ol
Ottawa,  Ont.,  ai,.  the gnosis of  Mi
and   Mrs,  Gordon   IS. Corbould, Thlnl
i-'ieel.
The pwplls of  St. Ann's    academ
gave  their closing eonceri   las   Mon
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave   Vancouver -J  p.m, dally, ex.
r ipi  Sunda       Leai   i  Nanaimo al   ,
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Pi qi . -.   Royal,   i.v i s  Vancouver
une -'. and Julj 9,
Prlnci bs    May    leaves    Vancouvei
June 18 an.l July 2.
Form of Notice.
District in  0. aa-   Range '
Take   notiee   that   Jaco i
,    Vancouver,  B   C, ow
��� vv. r,  Intends  'o applj
slon  to    purchase
scribed lands:
Commencing at a po I planted on
the southwesl shore of Mound island.
Dated   June  I b   1909.     Applying tor
I      whole isl.ni l. conta vug -an
i more or less,
JACOB  .1 -COBSON,
p,     s   !l.  FORD,  Agi uv
Dated June  Ith, 1909.
_S_
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
acres
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
Leave Langley at sou a.m.; arrlvs
at Port Haney al .: ir. a.m., an Ive at
McAdam Landing at S:J0 a.m.; arrive at Hammond at _-.io a.m.; arrlvs
ui Pori Kells ai 9:00 a.m.; uvrlve at
New Westminster ut 10480 a.m.
Leave New Westminster ut 4:00 p.-
in.; iirrive at Port Kells at 5:30 pifl.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:011 p.m.; ar
rive at McAiiains Landing at 61'i p.m.-
arrive ��t Port. Haney at 6:35 p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. & K. Wharf, dally ex
cept Saturday.
|Form  No.  9.]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District o|  viav   Range One,
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your hooking at this office,
whether you Intend to travel or senct-
Ing tor your friend's.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland July 2
Empress  of   Britain    July   16
Km- other dates and particulars apply to
ll. QOUIiET,
r. iv i;  Agent.
Take   no I. e    bai    Nib ri   Hunt,  - I
v.,n,-ouver   B. C, occ-patlon   farmei
Intends   to apply    tor permission
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE. purchase    the    following
Princess Beatrice leavi s Vancouver lands:
June 13 and July 3. ,   Commencing  al  a  pMlplute,
:  ..,    on  north   shore  ol   Kees
one ol  the  Anderson  group,
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE. June   6th,   1909.       Applying   lor   ilie
who!,. Island,    containing    160 acres
to
,v ci ihe i
IsL-tf,
Dated
ss. Queen City  leaves
June 11 and 27, and every
thereafter,
Vancouver
two weeks
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From   Now   Westminster
A. iln.'Silay  ami  Friday  al  8
From Chilliwack Tuesday. Thursday
nnd Sal urday at 7 a.m.
more or less.
Dated
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S. H.  FORD, Agent,
June 6th, 1909.
Monday,
a.m
For   reservations   ami   Information
cull or address
BD. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent.  Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent vi-toria.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper,
[Form No. '.��.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District  Of  Coast   Range One.
Tak.. notice that John Johnson, of
Vancouver, B, C, occupation, Bales-
man, Intends to apply tor permission
to   inn elms,,   the   following   deserii-.eil
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of John island, an island between Kees Island and Davies
Island. Dated, June 8th, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, con'ain-
Ing 80 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
I   Dated June Gt_, 1909.
FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
0���Asylum.
6���Royal City  Mills.
,    Carnarvon and Tenth,
s    Royal Avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth Avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's  lti-iiilal.
13���Second and Park How.
14���Columbia and Dufferin,
16���Sapperton.
115���Royal Columbian hospital,
2!1���Queen's Avenue and  Sixth.
21���Third Avenue and Second,
25���Fifth Avenue and  l'011-ih.
26���Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
27���Third Avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
Ill���Schanke Machine jWorkS.
35���Columbia and  McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small  & Biicl-lio Mills.
HE HOME PA
Is   the  Paper  That  Prints
the     Home     News.
Ths    Daily    Newt
10c S   Week.
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h_3i PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY NEWS, '
SATURDAY,   JULY   3,   1909.
am
t
r
���m
i.
Something
Special
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
��_
Purity
Flour
and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
WE     ARE
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
: CAMPERS' SUPPLIES
���
���
��� OUR STOCK OF CAMP
X STOVES, ETC. IS COMPLETE.
�� NOW IS THE PROPER TIME
��� TO PREPARE.
���
���
���
X Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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ROVERS PREPARE       !
EOR B.C. CUP FINAL
I Ladysmith   Has    Powerful
Team For Struggle Today
��� Football at Park.
The second match In the final sei-i
of tlie B. C. football cup will Uo
played ut Queen's park this after
'noon. The match is cn lea ior iln .
o'clock, and a large attendance is
j certain, as there Is i'11 rival attraction
in the city, and the residents of tlhls
district hav.- an opportunity of seeing
right at home the ibesi a-saclaitioj
football teams of British Columbia In
ai .'ion  today.
While tlie Rovera will noi allow a
margin of four goals to separate them
as wus the ease In the nun:, li on Sal
urday lasi al Ladysmith, they are
fairly conlideni oi success, an I wlll
bave Johnston al centre forward,
making a big difference In the attack. -
Hill is a new man who may be given
a place on the Rovers' lineup.
The Ladysmith team oame over
fairly confident of success. They will
lunch here before the game. It. Ca
vers,
M
of   Vancouver,   who   has   given
deal in pa.si
The  Lady-
.).   Mahotiy.
tak,-   the
Don't forget J. H Todd's sale of
musical instruments continues all this
week. The store will he open every
evening, Those wanting musical
instruments at great bargains do not
fail lo attend this sale.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR  SALE  BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, weo-
inasdiiy and Friday. Special matinee
for ladies and children Saturdays ut
12: :i0 p. m.
RINGS FOR ALL
I   have   a   splendid   assortment   in   those   lines
BABY   PINGS   FPnM    $1 "0 **"0 $    1 FO
LADY'S   RINGS   '���ROM If. .60 TO 8110.00
GENTS'   RINGS   FROM $6.00 TO $ 15.00
Glad   to   have   you   call   and   look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TF.UST   BLOCK
the  local  team a square
matches,    will    referee,
[smith  cluh suggested  T
but he wil.1  more probably
line.
Local   Lineup.
The  local    team    Will    be selected
from  Davison. Bruce, Lyon, Brisbane,
Sawyer,     Lock,     Shawcross,      Craig,
^lolinston, Kimby, Caydzlen and Hill.
The ownership Of the cup, late
j wiih Nanaimo L'nJitel. which is th.-
emblem of the football championship
of ll. ('., is decided on a majority of
the goals scored  in each  match.
The visitors undeniably are stars,
and their work collectively on the
field is as first-class teamwork should
be.
Ladysmith a Football City.
The second division island and B.
C. cupp are hell in Ldysmi'th. the
senior islnd division also, and the
t_ain is determined i_ make a good
account of themselves.
Dougun in the goal hails from Bel- \
fast, and has played with some good |
teams.      Recently  he  played  in  Win- I
n i peg-
Rogers,   a    Sooi'chman,   Is   without j
doubt on(. of the fim-Bt hacks in Can-
ada   today,   playing   good   football   in
Ithe 0,d  laud.     Coming to Winnipeg,
land  from there to Ladysmitb,  where
|he has  helped   the  island  champions !
.to advantage. |
' Crozlw, Ithe left back, originally i
played for the Btirnbank Swifts, and j
I although the oldest man on the team, ;
is one Of the safest.
The   Halves.
Grainger, the centre half, is a little
Welshman;  has been playing for 'he
Ladysmith senior for the laat ilwo sea- ,
isons,  first  as outside  right  and  then
|at centre half.
Fletcher,    right,    half,    is    another !
'Scotchman, coming here from Winni-
jpeg. He had the misfortune k> sprain |
his knee early in t1i�� season compel.-
[ing him to retire tor a few games.
Christian  as left half is a  worker,
j his old position is left iback.      Played i
jfor    Vancouver    Shamrocks  and   the i
| Sent tie team.     A Manxman by birth. ,
The  Forwards.
McDowell, thv little Irishman from I
Winnipeg  is the fastest  man  on  the
iieam.      He  held  the half-mil,., chain- j
iplonshlp of Manitoba,
McG-ulre, inside right, Scotchman
hy birth, has played for Vale of Clyde.
I'lTieu for Winnipeg Celtics, and this
Season  for  Ladysmith.
Jimmy  Adam, the  big    centre ror-!
ward,  was  raised  on   the  island, 'hut
;horn in Kilmarnock.     Has played for
���lift.-en years la B. C, and is best con- i
tie forward in the province.
Brass, is an Irish Scotchman, and is I
playing his firm season on the coast. |
Holds the inside loft position to per- !
tectlon. Jack is another Winnipeg j
lad and Is a strength to t'.rie team.
McLean, the  little  outside  left,  is i
another   Scotchman,   and   came   from ,
Winnipeg.
Managw Eno formerly played oen
In-   hull'   for   lli��.  team.
F. BURNS __ CO.
From ibis date our drivers li i
easl and west, first trip at 8:30 a.m.,
and second trip a' 10:30 a.m. sharp,
All orders placed before these hours
will be guaranteed prompt delivery
and all meats on time. Pleas,, l���
sur,,  lo send orders early.
Afternoon delivery. 2 p.m. aud 4::',u
p.m. sharp,
P.  BURNS & CO-
per E. C, TRAVE8, Manager
June 21, 11)09.
T.ever Brothers, Toronto, wiTt send you
free a cake of their famous Planto
toilet     -Km   if   """ rie".io.a   thi.   nn.x-r
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00 |
Branches throughout Canada and]
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
TJ. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
hanking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
T*t-   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
���~'EL-' WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Sapperton)
Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
THIS STORE CLOSES AT 5:30 P. M.
Hundreds of Remnants or
On Sale Today.
Hundreds <>f remnanc_ of embroidery on sale today. Swiss insertions
and eniiiu-oideries. cambric edgings
Nainsook Insertions and embroideries
in lengths ranging from 1 1-2 to ti 1-2
yards at reductions which make it
worth whi'e to buy from iho remnant
basket.
TWELVE  ONLY,   LADIES-
FANCY  SUNSHADES,
HALF   PRICE   TO  CLEAR.
white, black and cream parasols
attractively trimmed with silk chiffon frills und fancy applique. Also
several plain silk covered parasols on
plain umbrella frame, or Japanese
form. Regular prices JC.'iii, $7.r,u,
$9.60 and $10.50. On sale today at
half price or $3.25, $3.75. $4.75 and
$5.75.
75c COTTON VOILES
45c  PER YARD
Fifteen pieces only of best quality
cotton voiles in attractive stripes and
designs, on sale today at a reduction
which will char speedily l'he entire
lot. Color- are grey, sky, pink,
mauve, fawn, green und black and
white. A summer dress of these
voiles will prove a wise Investment.
All fast in color and attractive in design. Be the first to choose. Regular values GOc, due and 76c. On
sale today per yard 45c
75c   LISLE   HOSE
50c PER PAIR
Today's hosiery offering affords a
spl.ndld opportunity to save on Bum-
m. i' hose. in going through our
stock we find about 250 pair of ladles'
lis!,, hone hi broken ranges of sizes
and colors. Today's bargain assortment contains every odd pair of indies' tan, black and white openwork,
embroidered and gtiuse lisle hose in
suock. To clear out these odd lines
w,. present today's offering, Sizes
are X 1-2, 9, !i 1-2 and 10 inches. Regular prices of every pair were 60C, 65c
und 7fic.     On sale today, per pair, 50c
SPECIAL   LIST  OF
ATTRACTIVE   BARGAINS
FOR TODAY.
(Hn- store news of today is Just a
simple announcement of a few of the
man., attractive money-saving opportunities which are to be bud In every
department of om- store. July advertisements will contain special price
reductions us a resull of our determination to clear out all odd lines.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
BATHING   SUITS.
Children's    Jersey    cloth     1
suits,   one   piece,   strong  and
lathing
heavy;
CHILDREN'S  LUSTRE
BATHING   SUITS.
$1.25 AND $1.35.
One.piee(. lustre bathing suits for
girls ;: to in years of age. Costumes
are nicely trimmed with while or
cardinal.'    Kaeh   ...   .$1 25 and $1.35
Ladies Jersey clo-.'h bathing Bults,
one piece bathing costumes In cardinal or navy.      Each $1.50
Ladies' lustre bathing costumes
with bloomers and full skirt, nicely
trimmed, new style cut, all sizes in
cardinal or navy.      Kaeh $3.50 to $4.50
PLAIN   AND   FANCY   LISLE,
35c   PER   YARD
Fifteen pieces of plain navy, cardinal, brown and black lustre and fancy
weaves In shades of brown, green,
navy, fawn and black, all suitable
lor lathing costumes. Regular values otic iVj toc, special price per yard
on v   ...      35c
FULL STOCK  OF
BUTTERICK'S
BATHING   SUIT   PATTERNS,
Showing al| the new Styles in bath.
in?; co-ii'inos for children, misses and
iia is.      Each,  10c and luc.
BRAID TRIMMINGS, FINE STAR
BRAID,        COTTON HERt'l LKS,
T.Vll.l, TAPE, suitable for trimming
nil Wllih i. ,-sses and bathing costume.
Store i,- k s at .", pm. daily exc.pt
Saturday,
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S*WEAR.

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