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IN8URANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. (.
v.  I    M MltKK
plBOAl COMPANY
10 HE INCORPORAItD
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES .
260 Columbia St.    Pho
CO.
'���'. l-5TMINSTJ.lt, Ii   C, SATl'M-        KORNINO, .11 NE li*, 1909.
H PBICES FIXED
W LOC-L DAIRY FARMERS
FIVE CENT ~   _;h COPY.
Ail, i,i  Capitalized Under
of Royal City Nav-
ig...    ( "���
Cost
Wt.IMIN.UR NOT
OUT IN fUU STRENGTH
'ouaehe       ������ eM���y Wj||
'   '" I  Trans-
! ' ex. Turnbull and Man WhoTooled LocalMeth
TURKISH CONSUL       \ <-��>��" attkacts ~ LABOR HALLOW
WANTED TOR FRAUD   m ^ m mm       ASSURED IN CITY
���    :
pa a    i moi
I, bald
..;.-  room,        . ,    .
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,. ���  a new
i ,n  aBeunii i
'-
'���':.    17    I   ���
r, .. |   u   .
-,t oi mow
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.,��.ii   a   fin
I ii   d.-i l ..,, ,
���v. . ���
Wintemute Off Team  in
Toda.'   Mutch.
!'
Heidi ���
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odiste   .May   Be   Brought
Back From Persia.
Mrs. H-rring's     Social    Obtains     Hundred   Dollars   for   Columbian
Hospital.
The  ga: Ion  par',   at I
of  Mr.*.   A.   M.   h Lxth
provi aqua Iflt .
all
Trades Council Appoints a
Committee to Act- Labor
Day Celebration.
I
I   park
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.. little centre      The arm of Uie law is long.     In the ������ I not  onl.   did It
.    tor lacrosse Spi :..   ol   1906  there arrived  In  I : '   'r   ���" '���'���'-
cit,   _.  man  calline himaeH   v.- .   Or.    .'.!"'.   ':'.:.:..!;-  'h'   offl
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...ought to a v       laat evi    uj _ago
man calling blmaelf Re.   Dr.    .';;,:                      :(, ""     , *? _****                                     *- i��*��
women a Auxiiia. .   of to-.   Royal ( ���>��� hai   In tl             and __i-id��_i ... , ��ii*
rers at Recreation O      or Petter E_low, oatensl    * co    lumbian hospital  of whicl MttaLai       I                       -ynreat
.'�����������.-..     U   no    le*         f<                          ,���    to  boos    Herring is tne pr.     ���         .- -...           , (^.u-   wa...  ln .... cbaJr
���    I  oondltloi            children of Armenian            d   luring a   OaaoclsJ  succes       ...   (106 ih'e council appointed .. committed
���      loos not intend tak   <*.���          Ish ma    .-             ,-���   17 a   !"lK",. '" S*0"" n:''-      ' onsaMng of    ���-                a (Sweet
_    .                                                                       ainall   -.un   must  I e  deducted   lor  ex- Kajlwayi-eiii    D    Bow   i_a.rli_r>_    11
"   :.-  being ,-: pow  An. :. . oi some ������   ���     pot m Asiatic r,fen8M .��.,,,,         j          ,.___''
^                          pent.--. Sciioheld   l bartender-j.   J.   Mi Murphy
to cup matches .,n ; 1 uv.-...   and      1            ..          ...   two      The    pleasant     ,.     eed                   1 .Plumbers)    E    _   Johndro   u;ari>-n-
��� '            ':  ���\'1         1               He collet       ....             0 ..-<_:   the   afternoon   md   even- tors)   .ran-. Van Sta vera tCtgarmak-
...     . -��� .   provinces ot    ' anada  alone  .i,g.  ������*,> ipnu heincr ���,���,..-,..,  ,,n  v.-   '���1 ... ..    .   ....
$4...    0  in  thai
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two tents being erected  on  the era)  and the secretary   k   a   Bto ej
'���'���''���   '���������-��� ������'���'-  oonfectionery, :���       st aw- (Typographical Union), to go into tne
berries,  and other dainties  were dis- question of   a   labor  celebration   i.n
.     ���   v      Hint .,[ Police Mclnto b  penned,     in the    house   progressive _,���. ,]VA-  Monday In Bcstem ei
received  a wire  from  tha  provincial  Ave red  waa   played, and mn .���
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VS. Matheson; d.f.
PI BIKiST PROMISES
���   '!��� v'.ii.ai City b. ��. ���     lie.      Gifted   with
M< l on -.        ���     ���     ..  ,.   .    ���       . , and    ��� nn
���noe fl.--;d  8pringe    ai.d a to make long prayers
stt  .
1 tion
,  and
ade uaiqg    ��� >-   boys   a.,   lecoys   colli
larg.     itm Of money toward his pto-!
*���       ���      ���      oeieoee ti��.-.._   .-, _i.,i ��� ,..,..:>  to make long ,
entre,  U   ��� when Uie occasion served, be rtstt
Odd,  Q    M.*r:..     :,    li'-i.n . -;..  Qg      .-...,    ���
O'Brien;         di to  |he  Metbodlst  congregat:ons, ar
londe uains    ������   ;*.,-.-   a..   J-.-<.-.*   collect'
UNFAIR ADVANTAGE
,rt-
_ -gotiation  lor  the urganiza-
���i->:i   of   the   machiniM*.     and   talhWS
was in progress       Both would short
ly  come in.      There  was at  pre-ien1
FOR B. C. CORPOKATIONS S ���%A&mS?��,Xi
I    org^ni-M as a separate union.
  Congress   Matters.
Th-  Trades   __   Labor  Congrr^-s  ol
..... <-I   moilvy   lowaiQ   nis  pTO- , ine    iiaue-s    oc    uiavr   \._u��;..^*,   *������
Ooal    Gray Gal    j,.-._        -.:-.���:   ���.,   )^<.L  Weetmlnster he   Associated    Boards   of   Trade   at   Sas-  Canada sent  a circular -.siting  for li-
Tll  IU I 1)1 UnL   ITTV ' ''"    T   uiffor.j;    d-:>-ri'-- etettl  to CbUlrwack and th.i ����_4ii ������<_i_-���� _in�� v  Tnr,-
II) U-LKLUuD  llli   ''!   ' OI_ord,G  Rennle, T  Rennle;  to-munclate a scheme to hring girls
���  .       ���'     Spring     home     ���    _    \V
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G*orSi-  hj- Wr,;._ Eaecwtiva >��� sol
.-���������'     a
t .     , M��rpo'e  Westm natsr  Will  B'
;"     -        r-a-d   la   foV.r
pad     \   k
M ��� ���     n 1   "it.
���    Hatch^i    'I    .1    Trap..    1    A
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\   Ite,
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katche-Aan   Protest   Commercial
Regulations of  B.  C.
SANATORIUM SCHEME
STILE TROUBLES COUNCIL"
m Ul IKE PREf ERRED
IIUKI iOIITHFLL THIEVES
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.      .'. - i^d   BOI   ���
bat company 	
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D'    Fagan   Wants  Grant   Per  Capua
and  eapri  *>d   ���
:�����-_ S'- *:)t-,,.   |,r-r    tat tn    r,  Past
���   ������      ,m\    Up   for    Trill   on
'.��r��l   Cc,unt��
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i��i<  .:..    led       the   tluetar.
\, trallan aaliata   an I pn
.   :--i.--   -.. li
- ,    . Hag  ai   > .nv- ������
.    1 -., continent   m
or south to Aui
01   *>��������  ,   a and
Provision  Made  Here for Tuber
culous   Patients.
Ite ol h'e ileflnit- stand win,:
*.   baa   MK,n   against   furth
ancial assistance to help W. R. Tr��ek-
ter  in Great  Britain, explaining  the
fac'-s  about    industrial    cond'-tons ra
da.      The   sum  01   |500  had   to
  |Oe raised.      The council  voted $2.5o.
P    M.  Draper.  aecr_tary-trf-a_urer, ac-
E    -at,.,.,n.  June   18.���At  th.   meet-  knowledged receipt of th�� ser batplta
Many were victimize.] in thia i-ig 0. ���-,._. associated boards of trade  charge  levied on  the council   in aid
w_ vria.   the standing of oompante. of tb* Tides' Congreaa.     Tbe meet-
The Armenian  Boys. in  Brlti-h  Columbia  was  the Subject   n.   wat   held    in  the Odd    FeBoWB*
ol   ,,I the Armenian boys was K/.- 0f a strong reaolui.on.
tap David, son of -.he Turkish consul      The resolution is as follows: 	
at Uremia, and the ./.her Mirza, and "Whereas any company incorporat-
_��- mi that the ftrat bad beai ed or registered In .^n;- other p_o.
broug-t to the I'ni'ed States to be jnce and not holding a license in Brit-
sdueated. He was used a* a stool 5*,b Columbia cannot take action
pigeon The Rev A J Bra.-, Who against their creditors in that prov-
*i-,k n nier-st iu the lad, arranged \nQV 3^4 _[ it is without a license and
lor h s education at Columbian ooi- whereas such a condition is- exceed-
The other boy ai>o attended [ngiy detrimental to the general wei-
���  ���       for   a   short   tlms   some   .oi.i-   taro  G{    vi^   ixuninion    am   can   be ,
neni   kscal   Methodists  undertaking  10 classed only as a gross discrimination {Baptist Conference Upholds Prof   Gee.
pa*   'ct him. therefore,  it   be  resolved,  tha:   s'eps
Turns  Up in Persia. tie taken to annul the legislation and
Vftei   lecturing and addressing con-  j..   the event of this  failing  tnat  the
_.:  - *    ���- - *  .        .1 *_-___.* _.*���_
v-ation*   throughout   the   wesi.   i-.i-  povernni -nts of .Manitoba. Saskatche-
w^iit  t<. California   and  was sub-   wan  and  Alberta be desired  to enact
.    -.nv.-.vn   to  the  Tranqu'.ll.a  S -���      ntlj   tra ed    to   Uremia,   wtare s,.miiar  legislation   with   reference  to
.        .       . ,      , ,_ .,_.-.     _;���..-,��    _:.,.     ....    -T-...1.     . .    .     .        _    . .....
I.EGINA   DEFEAT   SAPPERTON
Chicago, 111.. June 1.���Th.  Bapus-
conference,   an    organization  of    tb_
,.   ������,���,._   ...-.,,._. Baptist ministers of Chicago, held, the
IS BRIGHT  MAGAZINE. 5c*miest  sea-Ion   in  the    blstor- cf
their organization   today,    the  cause
Last   Issue   of     Lun    Columbiana  for  being the motion of -h. Rev  Johnston
Present Term Apoears. ;Meyers providing that PTOfeaaor Geo.
'  _rid  seems  to     The .lun- i. ue of the Uix Oolum- Bmman ^s'^ ^^^^Jj
la, . lu grant ot t..< per bave been an Innocent party, and was  blana, the last number of that period- r5?*?;H,,L5STor h__ credentials
-., .:..'., n and a rota ol   In   -odily tear of-his * I  protee-  leal  for the pres-nt    school  term  1    ' -"    ' '��� *  "!
ne    irauiiu.i,..    .^.. --   .     ,,...,    ..���,.-_      .v    . ,�����..��,.    -..   .a    similar   i*-gisiau.n
the ground that  It   -v. I be Ingratiated himself with tlie Turk- British Columbia."
: matter, aad al 1   '    ' lab conaal, and married hi.- daughter.! 	
.   Be* '1 made by I *.ster of    Bssap    David, later suc-
..,..:* of '-he Royal Oolum ,-��� ���   lng him.      Young I>avid w--n-  to
.   construction    ol    �� VI '..ria.   ani   has  '.is!  an   exemplary
inch   oases.   Dr   C '    * ace      White M rxa waa in the
ehalt Of tin- Atiti-T ,        and  also disappeared when ex-
.. ,-.   continues t.. write a-- positron  threatened,   l',.\id  seems to
BAPTIST MINISTER IS
ACQUIHED OF HERESY
Foster���His   Antagonist   Called
"Pope of the Baptists.
v fear of-his sA-oali,:!  pr.-t-c-  leal  for th*- present    school  term  at ��ee and st,iPl>-d of tom^aaBaM
Qsm,  ���   Queen,   Pari.   Last   Evening   f], . ���   .    building  fund tor. Columbian college, has just appeared.  ���������' *****.:.^��},���rh iVr_.-��t Wirt
tac.ed   ,n,.re.���nB   Features Tl ��(tribatad     JWO,     and        .   few  week, ago  a  fellow .ottntry-.     1, contains several interesting short \^^^^S^^
aim.   thai    lhe    hospital    manager, nan named  Stephen Qeorgon turned stories aad a nunr or of articles deal-,   'D* ���imi-     ,"' * zL""m -f
���     ������-���     - ������ ';   J!"",,:   hav,- ��� -*-.al   Paction   for   ad-   up  in  Victoria.     an*i     '   �� "���   '" u_ -���--_-__.--_*_--  _rI     After �����������     "�����������     "'
thi    Uu- ��� 11 ���-
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lng a
ink    ... -..   h
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trom an unoa apled
I    10    11.. Ibt  00
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.       ��� .1 -
pri*.. vuu-.i-i   IM
- cliai i;i>   i.i-. f>
vaaced cai    -,     aaumptlon.   At the me'hods.
irvitiuu    ,,���u^'    aiunrfc   null   a  nunr  ^r  ot   ��i..*a.iv-o  ..���*����-
!��"gan the old  ing  wVth siiort and other matters  of j
wirt,
 Sw  s��*rjc of  ^
...-���-. noas.      He. however,  soon fell m interest to the scholars.      The whole jhours. Mr. Meyers was beaten SB ��
(ou-k   oral   lam   rvening   wl^  rwiulis .        . rnlon t.  tbe  tolls of  the police for obtaining is eilit*. in a bright and interesting con ferenoe bv a eo�� of 37 tc,n    am
^^'i:","       nmnldpaUth aon thla Januar.' money br ��lee pretences,  ttuorma- manner. {^"^JXJt^^^J^*
-������������ |J   "M '   ��� w,   ,.   . s   government ti. -1 against bim being given by Rev.     This periodical fir^t appeared some -toore to stem *a>   ha�� ��**" a
'   'to take 01  ot the Tran- Mr   Brace six yeara ago as a typewrittw sheet tend.,'  b.   100 Baptist ^n.lsle.���    "
the   :������ - -     saw        rhe  Regina        1 ., ,, .  .ir.it.1;,j(.n! ca<,.       ���  rt D0,  knoWn yet whether ivt.-r and'has sincv that time grown to its was a turbulent gatlitTing^    UWW
war. .       is - and im-   he exe. -ted on th.   Ellow will be brou^t back from Per* preaent size.     It now make, a very of -atheism, ^^tg^f^gg,
opponents ami .��l'li�� ki.U th-- Mn''"*"   (.,.v,.rn,n���n. a; yicti        when B pflom-  sla for trial   but tlffre are- many who presentable little magazine.     u is thewer''  mt*,a'��  *?    .,   -.,    ,n-i.,h��i   in
��   ild  be glad  to assist    :n placing Intention of the   management  to fur- by tbe Rev. Mr. aeyws u��wb *   ���
i*iiu    i.m 1        i.'      i   -*������"    ���������' -������     ���    -������    -
-. i-ernment at vi%' when s pflom
l��.i>.    pat   ap ������ i:-ll"e    su         ^  %va. 1U,V,,. t!i, should be
.--u���i  *-i"'   -  ���,-    bs   Bast   rad  attn                      Siik>   ... .         .   hM
Shot   nftet   -"'���
LOADt; n
*TAGE
PLUNGES   OVER  CLIFF
I   , goa
. In. and the onl) eonde
.   .-    .. ���  ���     ore wai
u��.t la ''  *���'"
wa   .... ed
hon -
��� ������ n done
him  in   thi
term.
penitentiary   tor a
1    M..-
RAILROADS   ARE   ORDERING
MORE   ROLLING   -TOCK
WATER MAN MARRIED
AND SUMAS WENT DRY
lis   llitt-iiti,,:.   ol   tn.    m.u.ag- m-nl   to  iur-  --���   *-���- ���*���      :- , ,     ^_
ng ther Increase the size of the pap - **&��� to such ��***��������� J2*��*2
and improve it In various ways nevt.^ar. "Pope of Uiv ItepttSta, and
year. It had been planned to In- "Heretic hunter wen- hurled ...Mr
crease   the   price,   but   this   Idea   h.,.  Meyers by the defended ot Profe_*r
been dropped for the present and be- Foster.     	
fore any    further such    Increase Is
made the  paper will b_  considerably
rUlt  -lluulUI.  JUlluI Illl. emphasis on tho Action department in
ithe future.
NEW RAILWAY STATION
OPEN  VERDICT.
Th.
<-..:       1 bj .'-    8   **���
������ Bt  il- 'v.a ���anliarlum, I ..
an ... ,1 dea h from In       New
-.1 when Un aaaltarium i ."      .. ,\ ! ���,..
I    on ,   ..
.���������i.i.ia   and  pi
ibe mooataln sidi      t'-"   Ir' , ���ee| trad-
H  trom 001    .   ,.-, ol  cordlni  to   '>���    ; ' ,   ^'li ..  ..,,,, ,
""  ^ ^""  l��   ' ��� '      ff^n-Set^SoW-arsaadtbe
r**      M'"   Baraardi (as  "'��� .'"" ���������������"' ,.,',,.,, completed ar-
. I-, ti,,-,-.. place    aad b�� iBalUmore 4 I
���     Ier   fractured.
vi., mooataln  - d.       H-"   fn-.t-hi .-.. ,    ,  ..
<M    Ma.n   Brckr     While   Only     M.-i   Who . Two-story   Building   Bring   Put   Up
Could Mend it Was Away on His
Honeymoon.
Uelllnghum,      June      18.  ���  Sumas
r,;i~;i" :.nd''�� lil'r.H-e,ie   bids   on I*        tUtbegltUttog      tOf**      Ottr   ��
trom B0O0 to 10.000 oars  Th- Hsrii- burning   thlra,   trom  which   Us  clu-       ,.,..,.   ,!:1W,  ,.,,,,,
I man   llm-k   have   received   figures   on .,.,,.   ,UlVt,   lwn    offering     for some  .lIU,   K,.luunp     f0r  the    new   building
"test  New Grs.n  Rates. ' fr**inht  OSl^  "f  *^Ob   H0��  *** ioyi past M a result of a pair of BC- Th -   ���"t-*   '���*-
1 in.-  is     x   stroaa  i'-1     . .... ..... ..,..    Th.- American �������������
Thriving  Burgh���New Tracks to
Be Added.
Jury  Does  Not  Place  Blames fer ths
G. N. R. Wreck
DYNAMITE  OUTRAGE At tho Inquest on tba vie Was of the
,n EXPENSIVE  FOR  OTTAWA   recent  O    N".   R.   tram  collision   n.<U-
  |Buniab>.   held   in   Vancouver   yeatar-
Ottawa, June Is���A heavy charge day afternoon, a verdict to tbe effect
of dynamite place.1 under the comer'that death was the reeuR of a_cld��-nt
of th.- old    tavern    on  the Montreal was returned.     Th.- jury did no*, tutai
nt   tile  oiu     tawni     on   uie   nunnsi   was  roturni-u.        1 �������� J"-'.   u'��  w*.""
road, on Sunday night, almost demot- any rider to it_ verdict, but suggfeti.
iisheti  the  prenuaaa an 1  smash**.!  the a change in the name of either Bar
^! * windows in houses ronnd about, with- naby or Burrard stations, as the ��in_��-
ln   a   radius of  two  null's.       At  the n^rity   might   confuBe   trainmen.   Tho
.time   Of    the  explosion   'wo   families, j evidence adduced clearly showed that
excavating j-,,,^. 0.    Moae iJioortv    and  Joseph  the -iitchon train overran He Oi_��rs-
v   btr.iding. <-j.u8ihiuitne, wer,-- asleep In the house.	
earth   taken   from   Uie  0,   P.  R-  aml  ,h.u thev  were not al]  killed is
Miss on     City,    Jiiiu'     18
Junction is to have u 11 w station and
for the past  month or  six weeks the
company  have  been  bii-=y
.'     iTVth. ,,f *��� ,M,X '���''"'    Th," w'^w.i^i ddenu that happened about the sam, hfart Has been need to build ap and (^8l(iw���1, almost miraculous,     t;
�������l th,. rut..  Charged by tne K,nl���.lrv  companj   rmve iiy.n-.i <u ��� d    Railway  avenue at the foot oi  clrcumst
companies    plylag    """���Liu*i-i for 225*.  fn-igiu ejir*, to- lutne,  the utter  part ot last  week.\v^�� a^nu( wi ^t u)wirj Jjunej| circum��
., -     I .! (   ., 11 , , ". ^,1 .,   ' ,1, ��� '        -
\    ���     on wh.-at ahtoped from Hon
thai iHin has been entered -�����
an- ��allisl on  to l'-l>
10
l!< ...niimnt of li_ulii
' ' iws by Mont
"���'��� v.inplnlnt I
' '    I  . i.-r    ...       ���	
'"'l1'* I-  liso pounds wim,. oontracts
-'    to curry   grain  OUI  Ol  N.w
l,K 1.ini Boston at if..mi osnta ps*
pound       ii u understood  Hon
rbe Western  Pennay����aala   The OW   To.ia>   things are getting    m  um.������ |stre,.ti in order to mak
,,,.,, Ai  (Vent  Western Is in the mar- Lj^-,   Iinij   i_v   tomorrow   the   trouble  thv slation level  with  'he track  thus
   ""'���. r':;.'.'.   nn' r.- 1000 und th.. Northern Padlk ^ an v,nd ,i���(1rtin��� ���n ���
mtreai mjretiaa��   ,.|in:
to ihe effect thai u"  .
    , ... ...a.-.anevs In connection  with the
, , .     .Qraad arenue and eaet toward James dvnamiting of the place res. mble v��ry
,*'    ' *"������-���   ' ������'���"��� '���-  '   '  ���   tho site oi niuch the tactics employed in similar
outrages  committed    by    black hand
It appears, accordit
thai was produced
���                                  -"*   d���.-* - .. .-,     ���                               vuinin-.  iiuiiiiuiie.i    ....     i,,..v��  ____ 'i tn. nrst eiiuiiii eni
1.                                   building up  the  avenue ��n  a  grade j^ng. of various American cities. The iR)Vlnc(al    exhibition
.rding to IntormaOon  with the front of the BeHevue hotel, ,lK,Uw UaV(, n0, succeeded In making v,.sterdav   from   Alexa
1 today  that Oharley �����* wl,*h a gentle slope east.     A W^-[         anv,ta. of  Vancouver,  who is
1 louay, tii.it t   a    ,,               whlch  w(U  l)e  rt,achw,  trom                    __ _ Vlthouth the entries 1
endent of the Sumas RaJlway avemi0 alKn��,   half  way  _e-l               ���,���  Landmark Go���. oSSSr   ''     th-" esl
week took a trip ��Itwese Oread aveaaeaad James street,     c-nlUiwai.k, 3mt ^-\n old land- mu be glad if all ei
PRELATE TELLS 0'"^��TJ��   H0ME'Motilton. superlnten       	
0 waterworks, last week took a trip to [tween Oread aveuuo and James street
..      "i,mn  is--In   SO  BaUlngham,     married     Miss   Ella   I*- lis to lead to the station
K.IIIItl'.'tK.hUlg,    M~ .    -"ll" .    ^.   I .   . ...
���"..I   ltoston   at   lt-s.l ecu's hlno   IS-In   ��n 'Hellinghaiu,     married     Miss   KUa   -M-i- to lead to the station. nUirk is heina'removed Trom the east-
,">m,i        ,, ,��� eaderatood   M tftvmtsho.1%, Mr.  nu^       Bt SslsTof FhUTlAwg. Ta.. and then left     The new station win be about Wa ���,k * '      fhr"uy   by    he tearing
"���'^-r  haa  asked   the MfM address   to    he   g rl   g raibu �� J. m00I|_ \        ^   ^   sU>rU.s   hl|fh   wlth   bas<.  *���  end  of  the ^' ��^  ������^�����
""..    Inten-sU-d    the   Mian   '""
Refotd steamship Uaos. '�� ,,,,'
" "" the  niattor.
^"1 Tax  Collateral   Securities
It., 1
1,
Juno   18.���The   gov<"rnm,'n'
*���   - , .    ,...,.   .     ern end  of  the city, .by   the tearing
���,'���"'_-___ -olleee and acadamy today, .on a honeymoon. SO, ami two stoftea high^ertth bus,*- g- ^^^^ M
���',.., 1 ibUm/lHlar,- agslns1 wo-     This was incident  No. 1, for Char- n.ent    and    situated at the   end of ^ ��   nut,l  on  the old   Nowell oa-
Cardliiui i.lbwms 1 ih i.u*��i                      i          friends say they had no inkling crand avenue. t,,t��       Th . 1, u*n was one of the old-
maa's suffrage, saying in P�� mnmaSk >Jth^ nlnn     i���aa Snlv. 1,anu, ,��� au.    A n--^_._ of new track8 ���e to he ��**������     ,hl'   "" *as. ,n,r ��- Uu ��i..
���h  sunrigtv  "7'"^."   g  woman,���f the plan.      Mlsa SelB came to Su
"!   "���  e"UTJL iTT hate  women. MS some time ago as an agent for
Miffrage. not bwombw 1 fl���.      htk)u uowde,. _oniDanv. and Chur-
, ,       ,.,..,��� ____ want them to Wl- a baking powder company, and Chan
.....     -                       ^ I love them, ����JW�� (,(>J (n,,.nd )vv  w, ln U)ve
""'"iitted   to   tho   Uiindesmih   a fUl tha m,**^Vn?^tatbe arena Of Th,. next accident happened shortly
���tn-mary    tax    bill designed toed Ubam   �� TSSiP1i Covered    with after waterworks man left town, for
?*W I36.ooo.000   in taxes on Inheri- polttlab, you m .   i�� ,_.    _���    .....    ___ ���.���..iant
-..ii,,.
>tU)g
"r V���
I.
     ,,,    .... a    pipe    burst,    and    the  assistant
Ore Iniutanos policies, SlOW dust. __.���,!���_ vou that woman couldn't do a thing about It.     The re-
deeds  and  c1i��h-Kh       Chancel I    *\ WIU_   to . 'inm.'        ...      ,_,..hl    ..  ._ .w..  _���.-    _._  __-
""   M.i, low Is  to Belts '��� "V'veh
1 u''   Reichstag on ths. question or
**M����   and ll  Is hoped that  peril*'
?utlt ��tll past  the  tai  hills and ���*
""Hi July  10.
 ,,,.. ���,���   i��� life     Preach !wlt ta that water haa been ahut off
hM o,,rP .nthi"T ��n"   brothers.    ^ .w^tlngC^ley's return.      He    *'���
to  your *��*���j/22_ todi-pend upon ihome yesterday and today asked Bsl-
he to society U �� .,   ^nntnly llingham for a piece of heavy water-
tho male set S"*1' ���i���o
go to the devil"
pipe.
adde-  .o-the-presen, .n^r     U j�� '" th- valley and WM the ou��
tion-  j    B. E. Ifoak, a resident of this city
~~ ' for several vears past, dleu yesterday
Moving pictures of Lhe Passion flay evening at the Royal Columbian hoB-
nt Oberamnie-gau in tlie Tyrol will p)tal ftft^r a short illness. He was
l>e pre-ented at the Crystal Theatre about flf(v vear8 of age md j8 ���_-.
next week. These plcturrs will be v|ve(j by a "son Victor, and a daugh-
of peculiar Interest. A special *_*_-[���$��. Winnie both of whom live bere.
ture will .be given while they are be- lDeiea8ed was for some time tally
lng shown. Van at the Royal City Mllla.
EXHIBIT OF  SOAP.
Commendable  Example  of   Vancouver
Exhibitor.
The first exhibit entry form tor tne
was ree��iv��xl
Alexander Marshal!
is showing soap.
s do not clomj till
October '-, the exh_bitio_o fflciala
would in- glad If all entry tonn�� coming in early, and relieve the clertiatl
lassstite in tho last few weeks betor-
the fair opens.
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Yesterday's Baseball.
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SATURDAY   ji.-_c  ,,
��� june tl
Classified Advertisement
WANTED.
POR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. R_AL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.   ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty certs and did not let the people know anything about It, he would not sell any.      You must tel;  the  peop e what y?u have to salt, why (hey should   purr.ha_-    <-
thing of the value ycu ofer them in  return for th_|r money.      too many  of lis have got   Into the habit of thinking that because we  have been a lonj I   "  "��� business sveryone must 0. necessity know
wares.      L'sr the advertis ng columns of The Daily  News and  keep  abreast of the  t " e��.
:.3_-_*tiJ5____&-5_s SEiSB ""JIW.
PROFESSIONAL.
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REAL   ESTATE
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE?���W<
i HE PEARSON     El
find a congenial life companiou In    eli   trlcal
any    n !'-.an    or  a
Send stai                           *     ���    *'        ' "un   -wiring     i     oi
ern p. -..                    ....  V  \ Bank  of Oomi
Van,-  ivei Be.331, P  0   Hex 928
_   EDMONDS,  BARRIS
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Wlll l'K, SHILES I   I
vi  In. ur m. e Agenl
.   ��� ��� :
I
WANTED.
WANTED   A  GIRL  FOR  GEN1
hou ��� Aj plj  '.-'��� Third
nne.
WANTED���YOUNG   GIRL   APPREN*
g. et
li   thl
FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
.J.   1.   MERRY   &  CO.,   PHONE
of  Bis
str.e-.s       II v i feed  and
���
f -     . Refen :
\, .'. HEA1 l.l.v  _   Mci.V Mll'lv
a   Wheailer, w.
i;
etc. 42 Lon
'.-.   itml    tei
.  Vancouver ol
' Bank I
108 Haalli    t Street -
i:    MARTIN   B ARRIS. I l;
WANTED -  FOCR        TEACHERS
Male .t femah . tor I
this ev ���-.   v.,--  age, - see ol ���
Ocate   li ngth ���-:  sen teatl-
tnonials App loations must he in
by won of the --Ith m.t. Ro ��rl
Lennn.  Secretar*..
FISH    AND   GAME
SSON ft -YUNG, FISH Kltl I I',
Game. \ ��� tabli -. etc. Begbia ���*���'������
opp. Windsor   ii itel
West
.        Ni w
H   C
W.      MYERS    GRAY     BARRIS. i R
s, ���*.,-:���.  Pul v      Curtis
reet. <    -
Court Housi       P. 0   Hox IH.   Ti
Tl       ' ��� I
WANTED  ���   JAPANESE        PLAIN
cooking    and    general      household
work.      Apply   523 Twelfth  street.
H M.i: BRb8  ft CO   LTD   RE \
���
treel   P  0  drawer 10
���V ni    (V   ll   C   -BBt'
Pn v Real tnsu
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i *   ��� ���     i'n   Bos ���
Pboas 121
I RS   ASSOCIATION OF
P.   It    Brown,   manager.  P   O   H  *
phone      I
TEN   A.'KI s     KIVi:    MILES   I
, b, on - niti,- from new oar
nix a red      ���> roon    I *
��� .i n       Prloe   J  .        ��� rma
I  stiff)
I. ���    .,     ���
lay, ft
C    **    Klllll
It- |
. ���       am.  Map
TENDERS   WANTED.
,   to tbt -J ii'
I   :   ���
er trestle       Ige <
sue, will
[ New West
and
sa at the di
oflce
���   ,.      ny | ��� . ���   ��� ���
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W    .   DUNCAN
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SYNOPSI.    Ol
STEAD   R|    ,
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WANTED���GIRL    TO    WORK      AT
the Royal City Laundry.
.-.      i      KALES.    THL    .TV.  . I I RE
Dealer, Upholsterer as i aker,
rni - A. -. s and Mel
Phone 176. night cs
BLEY .**"���        I' CT1 RE        P '- ���
ire on  *-.        I   M    '���'���
I. O. Oa     'is Vi-1
divan, F. Ma.   ��� ���   .��� sto e
Fall . ���     la ai   ��� ���
M   .DAM ft  IRWIN   COLUMBIA Bl .
Poi -..-!>'������.    ito-i   *..
"iir   1 ������        Real  estate  and   I*
-nee. money tn loan      Call aad
,'iir list ol cltj    - ���  ai   an   - . I
property   hefore    purchasing    ���toe-
where.
THE       REICHENBACH
LIMITED
COMPANY,
WANTED���Girl to as.-.st in h- :.-���������
work. Apply ?,2't Royal av. :. ., , n- ar
Sixth street
FOR   SALE.
r\)R SAUS���SUBURBAN COTTAGE;
home, haif an acre, garden and
chekens. Yards at dty limit*,
good well, fruit trees small fruits;
wil] be sold cheap, (DM ca-sh or
reasonable terms. Settlers As-
sociaLon of B. C Box 5.6, city.
KOR  THL   BEST   VALUE   IN   tiii' '
cere-   ; ���*'       The  Pan
Supply Lr eery, P. u   Box Bl I
WESTMINSTER PR'.S.. FOB KVK.V QALVH.    LADOg*    .NO  MENS   TAI
kind of Jot, printing      Midg.-t loi ..^       v r, w ���.��� of ,;,rlriR mi
leal ledgers;  I lowi* Carbon  Pap. Ing J.is- In      Hut-on mskinit. pr.-*.
Phon-    55.    I'   .i     tv \   H-       ' nr    .  I                         Krom >. BmiU
i-    :     News   Block.  Sixth  Bim.
KOR SALL���'EMPIRE TYPEWRIT-
er, perf.-ct order, practi,....!-. new.
Price $30 cash. Addres, P. O. Box
1S6, eitv.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N DRAPER, H C LA NT* BUR
���veyor. Ki ard block, New west
minster.  B.  C.
lng aad B" "ni 9, Ban tb
bKx-k CotamUa at
and  Clarkson st
RESTAURANTS
.1
HOUSE TO  RENT.
FOR RENT���BARBER SHOP; FIR8T
cla__ location. Address Box 71 I
city. 4, r
LIVERY   STABLE.
RIN ,     i'    .   ���    FOR    HACKS  AND
smart   turnout     The   Fa-hion   Bta��
bies.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for M. Hoi ���
��� ��� -   All white cooks; no Orti
tai labor i ed.     Open day and
nleht       opposite tram offlre
ROYM. r\yy. ,Mr. Archer propr:--
t:.--* FO .* .-*��� - eoaal t.ng ot
-.on;,. i:*h boiled ent.-e or toast,
pudding or pie. ;��a, roffee or ml,'-
. j
TO LET���SIX-ROOM HOUSE, 401
Roya) arcane, near Fourth, modern
improvements. rent gio.Oo. Apply
J.  M.   McDonald   201   Agnes  street
n^ar Elliott.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO      RENT���FURNISHED    FRONi
bedroom  for gentleman  in  private
modern home Phone, use of sitting room. Addr-s* AZ��� this office.
TO   LET���FURNISHED    BEDROOM
Apply _0Tj Carnarvon  street.
MACHINE   WORKS.
-   HAASS MACHINE W ORKS
��� d.  Front  streel     New   \'�� ���  t-
aster.     Maanfacton ra of mod
.- ta   ..ni    shingle    mill  machir.. .
anta  and spedflcal ra    ;
; ar- 1
STENOGRAPHY    a    TYPEWRITING
FREBMA!      BUNTINO,     ROOM     7.
P   0   Box ��4
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
.... baak, oi_ce and Btore fittings.
cabin.t s'Mr, showcs>e��, BfeBatS l
��� i d tai] work I><Miii{n�� and B_B
mates furnished j Brookes
;n-t.,r Mork- Coraar Etorwath
aa i car line. p 0 b< i -' M -boa-
471
ROOMS  IN   THE  PYTHIAN   BLOCK
to let in suites of    two  for  I
boosekeeptng.       All   steam-heate.
with    hot   and    cold     water,    gas
range   and - electric   light      Ternu
-T.o-lerate      Apply   A    ���'.    :-,-_.������
room fv st-rond floor.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
MONUMENTAL WORKS, JA_.
M .r.ufac-turer and importer
.: mental tombstones, bu Irttns
Satisfaction -."uaran-,- :
Co..::.   a street, N.w Westmlnsti
NURSERY.
1 HE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES
:  ma:,;.   Lake���For    healtny,
tiom^-ir^wn fruit trees phone 415.
I	
HENRYS Nt k.SERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coaal tested seeds, treen. plants, bee
supplies, etc :.010 Westminster
road. Vancouver, and branch nur-
ser.  al South Vancouver.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typ-wr ting .���     work.   hui>-,   ���
letters,   et<       Proi li i      efltos, Co
lumbla stre.'      Phoae ��2.
SECONDHAND   STORE
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITTR1
and all kinds of ne* an,I s��-^,,nd
hand goods A *:!,'*e!.. near 1 am
offlc*
ARCHITECTS.
D   GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room  14, Dominion Trufit block
EDWIN  Q   W   SAIT. ABCHT-BCT-
Guichon Block.   Telepboat
PAPER   HANGING  &.  DECORATING.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Moulding Burlaps, and Sanlta-,;
bouse painting   kalsomlnlcg, paper
i-.-ii-ing    and    decora) ng.      Sixth
street New  w.-stimnster
THEATRES.
WESTMIN8TER OPERA HO -..
Ixirne street, w N Catty, mat sr
Special attntctions provided dm ng
the season. Advaoc ticket offles,
Ryall's Drue S'ore
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLI M-
.,ia str.-* ��� Hrts-ciaaa ur-.ving
pictures; illuetnUed song numer-
ous attraetioas, Program etiant-ed
M mdfl]   Wedneaday an i i
THE  EDISON  THEATRE,    CORNER
Columbia   and   Eighth        I   . *.
morfng plctur.      in.iHtra-.<��� i -*"��!.��.
Program  i linn-.���d   Monday.  Wednst
: ty and Frldaj
LAND    REGISTRY    ACt
Take   BOtlee,     tba:      .a   a   .
��i.>* paade l
,dor*on un V.- .,�� B<
der   ,i   Vn   sal.-   ���:��� ��� '-���     Rl 9t ���
an,i clerk of 8m i      ���
'tion of  tha  Towoal Ip or Wl
_ irri ;���    bearing del a
Dei ��� mber, A   I)    1 ���  :   of all an.i sm
that ' �� ���
ind | ������:.��: *n-l
t  in  the Iv ol    Sew 1*
minster,  in ths  j'.-.,Tir,.,   ��� :    Bntiah
,..',. ��� riown
and    : .is     lots   3   and   I    ' I
���     I,   ti-'lnt;   ; Bl      ���'���    LotS    I   ��nd   I
., 7  of   Block   4
���   aud  S
I.-   I, of Block 4   being part of Lots
".,:::���   Group 2.
Vou tnd ������ ��� ���' r-.- '!;',> igk oi
under '���"' >:.d a>i persons ciaimini,-
a-, Inter, t in tho i ���" i ; t��d hn virtu,
of an) inr,--r.st��ired Instrument, and
al; j       ���    cl ilmtng any Inten
ij   ,:���   ������:>���.  who.  ���   ���
I ��� red und'-r the PWH
Of  ' IS    Land   R-gtstry   Act."  are  re
quired to ootrtest the claim of tba !��i
wi-lilii  for-y live dsy.  from
' the first publication of thla
i. i  imi, and  In default  of a
.  i Bcatq of Us pend a
Ing ��� led within such period, or in ds
��� '   redi mpt oo   _ torn
tion,   ou nnd seoh of .ou s ,     ���  forever estopped and debarred fi  tn ��>'t
tliiK up any claim to <>r In r' spect of \
ild  land,    and    I  shall  register
Peter Henderson a�� ownei   -..f in \
f. ������        And   I   h-.r.-'.y   order   th tl   puhll
��� '   of thL BOtlC.   for lb '-' ���  ���'- B) �� In :
a dally newspaper published 'n Mew
In -      ' v..
I
��� ���    ,   '       L
Al   na  ��� . ���
., ..��.- nam
I   .it  the  I'It)   Of   N- ��
W-t   ' il    C    on   the   lot
oi m .     . - .   ���        '��� tosrlag ��. ���
.-   wrw duv   pe����>-l    Jul  ��t
���   r-n'.-si   ne-v-
MMaberi al ttw ��atd    oompaaj  ��j��o
duly   . ��� '   irwi   lr. . |  ..'.   "..  same
��� ���     U -   Wh   d*v   Of   Ms'
'      ^m?   rveotetioe    ����-���   duly   con-
nsmely
That   de   c-ou ;".'.;���    \*   w'.uijd   up
-oluntarlly   and  'hst  Joseph  Ril'ti-n-
b��rh   b*   and   b*i  11 I   ' >,  ���
li,|uid.it<>r R>r    tba  pur-, ���"*���- "'    "'i''
windlag a
Dated the 1st daj    '    me, IMI
J   RJBOHENBACH
' Chatnaaa
LAND   ACT
C*r->��   Land  Dsir.ct
District  af Qu��en Cr-jr'olt.  S-und
Take -.. -t, o :!.��   ii   ii   Jaea * n. - '
Vsnr"uri-r, c��ccgi*ii.vn  *he��-|i  r^n. her
ln*nd��    ��� > -ml����l<-T_  le
\r-,.r    the    folomnK       dSSUl   'i
m-'n'-inK �������;.- ; lunt-iM ��'.
the w M ��� ��� ���! ->f Lssru ��'and. tbaaei
���   -��� 'rly  eut. kerl) ��_ : wn
terly    ��nd     north'fly,     fottOU i
��hnr��   line   ��r*��;nj   the   I'lsnd   to   lit"
r-oln*      ' i     ��� ���,'n-.     ,-,r,t��in!Sf
so. acres more or i������
**��� ,        ���     \. ../   !���*,     'HIV.
oi.K B  JACOBSOM
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father .
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th.   ..      .  ���
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tiv��)    b-   Mkllot. -;
the wild I -.nd
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minhm   iaudn  a-   i Itta
to ap;
(''.ei    <��hii   ::
ixewl   f..r     | ���    ...
T*'*r. at  a.-i  ., |   ;
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oom pa ay      a r.,yait. -i
fir..   <��� ��� -     U.i.
. r. Um    - *    ia ta
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Di pwty of 1 ���  v aletei
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thu  adrsnisiiTii ni   wil     - t t�� i
for
THE
REICHENBACH      C
LIMITED
Model Sign Works
SIGN.  SCENE  AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING
Old News Block, Sixth Street
N<BW Westminster.
Th#o   p   Young.  Prop
la the natter
Art, ���    and    |,.  -.-.,
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require 1      .    BOdOS    in    *
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r',alti,��   -��   nha
default thereof '
be ei "        'he bet
tlatrl .        before  ai ���
d��*t>t��  are
Hnt.d 'hu Itb day of ' -
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WBTTBSIDX n i    '
S.,,i< Hum t��i ' ... I
aior
I
NOTICE
THE FRASER
VALLEY   ^
*     -       4^.Vi*    c��t- ���    ,   ir---      t
SPECIALISTS.
I va pabllc meetlag   i��   ��� ���
n��-id in tbe pa '
Haa M]   .veiling   Jun.   :i   I
tit"   pr..,--. i   ..I   ..   i  .:.
of   mlllt.a   .md  a!"-.   '   ���   i     ���*'   '
a board of trad*
������    Bj ordei of tbi
I   M    CARN
vi C
Cloverdale   n   C   Juni      '- '���'���
MAY RAISE RATES ON
SKAQWAY-DAWSOS LINE
Railway   Cemmisalon  Claims   Jurisdiction Over All  Canadian
Routes.
11 waj     ��� ���-    ..i.-.
���   ��� i '   ui in Caned i
opei iting    or    run
���r rolling   tock upon an.   line
in Canada  and  I    an.   or all
runnlos ti        ���       any j olnl   q (',is.
ada
oeoeoeoeoeoaooeoeohQec +r+o oaoaoao+o+o+ooaoaoao+oao+c,
INJURED   AT   PLAY.
MAN   82   IH   DYING
Cheap Lots
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Ottawa, June 18 The board ol
railway comml Boloer bas given , ar-
tlal Judgmi:.- in un application of the
Dawaon Clu board of trade for a re-
duction of rates on tba White Paaa
- Viikoi, Route Th,. Judgement die
poses ��,t the question ol Jurl diction
on the i.oani over rates by declaring
_Bl _he board bat lurlsdleUon, ami
orders lh, companiet acting in cooperation with the wiiiie Honse _ Yu-
I...H route to beoome parties to future
proceedings before tho board, and to
file by July 16, schedul-B of rates
showing allocation ol earning between
various companies, It is regarded as
n..i Improbshle thai when these rates
are filed the board will order a reduction.
Dealing with the question of juris-
dlotlon, Chairman Mabee po nv, out
thai   it   li   apparent   from   the   iraJflc
I. in. in and mode >>i o;>. ration that
a through route e,\l^t* between Bkag-
waj and Dawson, ii. al - notes thai
i.y amendments to thi Rallwaj aci
i ��� il ni ih,. laai session of parlla
iu.-ut it* provisions were extended to
Russell  Hotel.
Ml    and   Mrs,   I    uttider  Mai-Milliin
\'v torUt;   r   w. Gray, Pitt  Hive:    T
H    Bli ���      v     v.,    i,   .    Ken-
Ball, Van,on-.. :-,   \. k   Howard
- v   l).   Martin    and    wife,  Ann-
strong;   Ret    C    I    Leonard,   B    rej
B< tit**;   \\   Oa pin   Brlce,  Port  Ki lis;
C. Brown   Mud  Baj    T. Bn ��������� i    Mud
\   u   i'i...., i   Vancouvei.   \  Q
Ot rdon, Beattle;   a. J,  Hendi     Van
couver; Capi  <;  ii Finch  Van. ouver;
A  B. Maliebf,  Victoria;  R   ll   Bonne
Montreal,    W.   S.   Kielmy,     wife    .vl
daughter,    Portland;    Claud.-    Janet
Vancouver; D W. Kells, Capilano   \.
H. Jactpies, Victoria; Dr, J. B, Bpan
kle    nnd    | artj.    Vancouver;    .   i
Thomp on   Vanoouver;   I.   C.  Arthur,
Seattle;  c   0   Matheson,    Winn
H. II. line. Vancouver; .1. Duggan and
wife     Vanoouver;    It   c.    Davl
Vancouvei     \    it    .laekson,  Vancou
rer;    n   k,   Robertson,    Vanoouver;
P.'W. Crank-haw, Bardie; S. Thomp
ion, Dauphin, Man.
Windsor   Hotel.
Dum ,:    McCallum,   tdaalon Cltj
i   Daw i��� .    pori  Gamble;  J.   M��  ,
Diach,   Por|   I.u l|,,w ,   M.  He��S,   Kiel".
bj     i     ii,,i.n     Langtoy;    .1   Olmid
NEAR   TENTH   STREET   AND FIFTH   AVENUE    FVl L  SIZE
LOT.   $375.   GOOD   TERM-
SEVENTH   AVENUE  AND SIXTH STREET. NICE  LOT $4_0.
CORNER  SEVENTH  AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   STREET    .���*,._.
REASONABLE   TERMS
_ Dominion Trust Co.
��� T. R. PEARSON, Mgr���	
MONEY    T|0    LOAN
~O*O*O��o*O*O*OO#O#O*O*_*O*0 o*o��oeoeoeoeooeoeoeoe<_aoeo
., -     \ ,   i    Coulomb Beat<
tie;  .1   Freeman, Mlsaion;   EG   _h��- ie,
Vancouver;   W,  limy, Vanoouver;   L.
*    'ii,  Vancouver;    B    Grant,  Vm
- om, i     p.   (j   khi*.',  Vancou >\
' - ' -     Greenwood;   M.  ll.   Mai qu�� n
���n.i wlf��   Haaelmare.
MISS   ELKIN8   RUNS
FROM   HOT   WEATHER
Washington,  Juno 18,���SenaUh   Ll
in     laughs   at   the   suggestion
hi- daughtei ; Kathertm u iro-
Init to Kur(.|���. _o mMt ij,,. 1)llkr,
dAliniz/.i He i today thai the
young  lady   foi     onto  I Itl ���   nad   had  ���
slight -flection .hi. >, ,h ywaya materially aUKIIIehl,,i ,,, I,,,.,, ,uu| ,hll(
her   1111>   Irian   had   dli   cted Uin'   upon
th�� "l,'h  "'      '     weather    she
hIioiiIiI nn to ll,. ,...,!,., tones of Kur-
ope, Wh��- will Ijo -K-con.pan.od hv ber
mother snd both win leave whenever
tha temperature lv,  i,���.,,������. ,,���, hi��h
for  them.
C      \'..*   "t ,,r.     i,me  i *     (fall .. dm n
J   lit tls   Kirls     I..I f    tin-in   ll	
I   ���.���    I,   >.-..rs   .,: I ... ,,,
tariiv cas ��� . fatal InJurteB '.. .h��   m-i
Boti   I.-,    - ��� v. ,,r. ,.;,i   a retire i     ������'-
.���haul.  ||. lng  :ii   ".,,    ;|7   |.;,i,.,   1 ��     i -.
-v ntb      ���-1     i ba aged naa i   in
Hell,vue    nominal    with      ii      ;��,-      .IS
f rjir-i iir,. of thi    i i     aad bee ra     "i
III"    ,|lh uln - ||     ���...,,. .     : .,,-���,.    1       li,, ,|���.
for  Hi*,  rwooverj
Leaving bis bona toi .. wait boob
after in- .veniiiK meal, Ki Botonkj
strolled  along  Twenty aersnth  Btreei
i,.   BOOOOd     iv.-nue       Thei*,-    lbs    Utile
children  w..n.  frolicking,  and ��*������  be
I now B  to all of itti'in   il..      Hind"
II   rlrel,.  iipillltid   } i S 111   nil,I   pIllM-.l    'ring
around a rosey."   Deapm bla age. ths
merchant capared aboul arttb ths '"
tin  oa.se,   whll,.   Other   iM-r-n.nt    looked
on and  laughed
in their axcRetn ot, bowi v���-. the
children pr-HHed iih> closely around
ths aited man, .-in,I suddenly be "',1H
trlnned  S��d  fell b-aviiv  t��� the "ide-
Walk    There he las   QnOOBSOlOBS,  while
the iinv I'tru fi.-d in friiaht \ ercerd
gathered and three Indu nf 16, Mart n
K.-ard n, Joseph Tr-v.-Hi .m.i Hsnry
'/urkin-. all neighbors of Mr Botoak.
decided no' to wall for nn ambulaos
and carried him td Bellsvua tae
i,iiK-k, ae iv
drnw   OMOhlBg    '
-I..-   was    ., ning
home,   whi
*>��� . i ���
B  rr-.-.-k   wlUi   bl      ���   -
ioabed ���.. the ������ ������ ������
burned
She   |.   om-   of   tba   p.-
>,f J.i, _   tM -     ....
this  i-ouii" v    v.  ih   !..
tbe  plains  In   I
doubtful If thn arlll
The Question
Where
aa good,
r,   fiirnltui.
Is Answered
hv directing  vou  to  the ���""      '
vou can see the largest ���"����� ''',   .
and  neeond Band  |OOd    Of Sli WBI
tbe city.
I   have n  splendid  Ctenni
for sals, saarly new
Coniv and  s .> lu.w   iii'i'h  ""'
ran   gel   fOl   v��_r     BOBeJ   h
ataewhers .,
Repairing of ��""����� ambraiias,
writer-,   nnd   II   ht    I ll imatle
. ry uml bicycles a sp-rlalty.
Oclogenarun   Fa����My    Burned
Me.ifi.id, Or., June lS<- N',K  ,l  "
Volgls, in years ��f hk--. Hes ,n,,i''  '"
.,    |,i,i'iu OUS    iiUldlllotl    "t    her   holne__
,   |     lack ...nv III.- as till- re-illi of her
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.      "Man OB '" ' Wh" SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1<>__.
TII E   DAILY
WS.
PAGE THRKK
��� ��� ��� e
MARKET   ���
REPORT    *
��� ��� e e  ��
* +������ ��� ��� e
Mason & Risch
the mm ik
OF ALL PIANOS
Thi  M_s^i  ind  R ur >t uifd m    more   homes   universities  and   rru&.cal
ttua.'.�����   than   I        ������.-*-.....       ml   -^d     A so nev. used Ifl Windsor Castle.
Th��  Maton  a   R.scH  piano  "����  selected   by   Her   Majeity   the   la'e   Queen.
n   Lordcv   E--g.   ti  the   "Cc   .'  a    n^d   Ind,an"     exhibition,     held   in   1886.
Mini   A   Ried!   BWa   and  OSOtf      f' r o��n it (.res  and  when  you   buy  from
tttettn   ye��   ��_._   thr  iwtdlNsmsn'S  pro! C      The    Mason   A   Ricsh    P.ano Co
��r*   thr   .....       manufacturers  '.*n,ng and controlmg their retail  stores
in   al    Canada        Ca:i   and   ��'r   lbs   M.iscn   a   Rlactl   pano     before   you   buy
We   r-r   ���'���   r.utive  rep-e%e-ia'.,*r��   _'     the   Aeo ian     line,     made   in   Ne*
������r   P lr    B, the  cn'y  perfect  ptaye-   P.ano.   with   the   human   touch.
We   -> i      Ve   a   nu^t-er  of   lecond fieri   pianos   and   organs   taken   Ifl   ex
��� j     .     ��� i| r .*.      stnimontS tha'   *r *.r    r,n   i��,|   you   almost   at   ycur   own
pr Cr       Terms n ade 'o iu,t buf/-.
B.   C.  STORES; 655 Granville St.. Vancouver, a
Columbia St., New Westminster.
nd   646
.  character
i   -., in In tin   vajoi .t>  i,\
ghl ....... ,   In tbe rein oiii.. on.- , , -,��� w aa tbers
on the   quotat.o:.
���
:.   feature of tbe days  traaing
��� ������ ... Vi ,'",
eeel w.-i,- q���
���    ��� r,<_   JOc  retail,    fl
eboh bad to pay th*   i
��� -*;..������      : .-. ic    who     bOUgh
d lo go a:-, high al
-i  doz* Ii
owed   .        _ht diminution
,   quotation oi  lai-'  week. Trad
-��� ,_ ..- _:_   _.hfiioasl*   nt owing to the fact thai  the demand sup
a and the deman
oi      about isual,   '->���
.     ���   ...<v,..ii ;.  tendency  to drop to
ward  the doe-.-  of  bub-nefts, and  I
quotation fell  to 22c.
To the retaflers batter remained at
10c   at   which   figure   it   sbOWa   ���
indication of .     a _   .  for the prea-
���au
Potatoes sbos -.] advance
..-     last  day, being quoted at  from
MS to tv a ton,       against from H-i
tc 1*2 a- the   ... * Potatoi i
...   :,..*    | . . |. ,i almost
hiel- st        v-     tor the present
ear      v   .        . .     ���.,    ,: t.ie
������:   next   week   bat  inasmuch as
..   Ben    ��� . -- *    wiii   commence to
.--."���       .,- r,     |q ���:,,. nvar fo*
��� ire it   :-   Improfaail k   that  they   will
advance much more
In  the  meat   market ihe prices re-
led    for    ipi-     in.,-      ;,art fatri)
*���>���.,dy.    *he    rtolj ��� tag  i'i
.ami. and  mutton    In  S      ., -heiv was
. reduction of ., fee  po r,rs      i>
was quot.-d at from 15c to 16< a
������ ���*: tc to lf
eek, while i at  from 12.
,;,., 13c as opi      :  kj 13c to 14<
���
,    The showing -        -.* ��� _ ���
<,:_ as v    j..- -  ,��� ial!','.
ra ������        Prices    remain-d
. -.   ,.t   from   Be   to  6   l-Je   f ���
i, aad from      . -   to < He tor
furequarters.
��� ���-.   .. - ... warm   ���-��� ���   ��� -  ::.���   de*
1.1 f.rr i*>rk was fr>��M and tl..  *
. - eqeal i
Lined stationary at 9 l-2c.
The    poultrj     market    was
-..  :. . Ird       ��� -���   -.h-*-.
.:���       -. :   ��.,_   good   for   fir*'
stock      Secoud-rati   birds wen
a drug.      Fow .   .     : i $7 to $*
oten; kens an  bom $6 to $"
��� duck* found a ready market a'
i** to l'.<
������-,. wa-   an  .**>       ���    -.   -   ���  ������
. ,    ���-. m i ;������������  p.ants  sad  a*
I trade in th. s.   wa.  brisk   There
......
a wi     plan'
'.:.-.-��� i
:������: ���
A   v.    . waa hell
in th,   oourae o l<
intlt
-.   ���! .    ty, i tt
Th.    attendance   wa.*   I:,:.-
New Style
j UNDERWEAR
WITHOUT THE FRILLS
AT LAST THE COMFORTABLE, NEW SHORT SLEEVE. COAT-
SHIRT. KNEE LENGTH UNDERWEAR IS IN STOCK. THE
EEST OF THAT GOOD, OLD-FASHIONED SATISFACTORY
���BALBRIGGAN" THAT YOU'VE WORN FOR YEARS. ABSORBS
PERSPIRATION.   PREVENT*  CHILLING.   NON-SHRINKING
Porous Underwear
��� 1 you  want  the daint-est, cO_,ie��t   and  most   healthful   summer  un
derwear,  get  a  suit  o' our porous kn,t underwear
Athletic Underwear
lO pure linen; COAT-CUT UNOERSM'RT ant KNEE LENGTH
DRAWERS You'll enjoy the pleasa-w f>eedO'**. of motion that
they allow. You'll *de!igh in the cool comfo-t that they afford.
You'll be grat fied with the r long we;, because they are made
from   thoroughly  tested   woven   rnatenjls.
You'll  be pleased w.th their shapely,  generous cu��. their  neat
attractive   finish.     Per   ga.��� ��nt
50c, 65c, 75c, to $1.50
HAVE YOU TRIED OUR FANCY HOSli: .Y. FINE SHEER LISLE
HOSE EQUAL TO THE HARDEST ffEAR. A SEAMLESS
STOCKING LOOKS SIGHTLY AND FITS SNUG. COMES IN
ALL THE FASHIONABLE SHADES: _5c. 35c 50c and 65c THE
PAIR.
SEATTLE   JAPANESE
DISOWN  COUNTRYMAN
REID & CO.
I PROPER CLOTHES FOR MEN
CHINA
B' c a brae  of   all   >  nd�� - PleMrd- Painted Ch.na.
- you BBS ccit. mere, b.l none is any finer;
' - r ,, no finer made IS P>SBS| mjr ch.na trade;
De. gns are  very  f,n, and the goods  are  all  high grade
MADE IN CANADA ^
SK_KI
MUTON, VEAL, PORK
j
Fresh  Pork   Sausages  dally.
Best  of  Farmer's   Pork.
CHAMBERLIr., The Jeweler
������'.ILE  AGENTS   FOR   PlCKARD'S   HANDPAINTFD CHINA
ti
or
>**<.����*eeeeeee4
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
:
:at
Ryall's Drug Store
��
<->^
3ALERATUS
IS THE BEST       .
E. W. CI1J.E r r CO, 1 TD.      j
Tw-.nlo. C :> J
S-attle   .lane Is"      The board of ti'v-
v .*. ..; ih.- Japanese Humane Boi l *
laat eve,in. unanimous!; adopted a
.. olutlon ro nteerli . - istan.. ll
tin ��� on   ��� '   tbe   ,-s-.    ,i|;:iiri*;
K   li rade for hi.*  ill- ��*�� l eonw i   ���
with the Ai"ha bouse     Tbi    aw
further  volunteers   to  assist   federal
state and citj offli lala In their eodaei
ors   '���>,   wipe   out    the   traffic   in   .lap-
atie*...   women
II,is i-.-soliition will be tarwa :
to the Am. ��� lean ��� ������- ation offli
as -I k OkJIma, preaideal "t tba ���������
< i. ���. lasi evening, as the expi i
i on o| .... attltu I. of the betti r da�����
of Japanese In Beattls tv��� are read.
to help the authorities In anj waj lul
our powi . ui at this time cannot,
say wii.it  faonii om  aid will take PhOfl6  1S2
called   ipon, we win ,,(T>-  ��� v.d. ni i
the I.- irtag or do anything elae which
��� wi��� i : in putting .hi ��� n I to th
famous bualneaa"
pacific
Meat Market
Columbia St.
in
FIRST  COUPLE   WEDS
WITHOUT   AN   EXAMINATION
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
LAND    REGISTKV    ACT
E>ES TESTED FREE
����������oooeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee��eeee eeeeea �����
������������eeeeeeeeeo
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
MeuH.recr.rer. ����_ Omttter, tm AU K,nm    of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shinglea,   Mouldinga,   Saah,
Interior Finish,    1 timed Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes-
Urge Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doors,
_ ARMERS ATTENTION!
Lu-itK-r Alway. in Stock for Foncin, ood Draining.
Roval City Branch, Columbia St.
J J N.w Westmin.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
i .  .   i,,,-.i, * tbat uu ���'-. ��� ll-'��
been made to register r  Mv ��� ���
in.-   ou ner in te.    simple,    un I
tai .!��� ������;  from  tbe  maj      and
in i of thi eitv .,f \. .. ','��� - itna n-  :
iter, to y  UcCleery, bearing data thai
Ith daj >'f January,  \  i>, 1904, of ati'���
aad  slJBgalai   thai  c i tain   , ������   el or
���r,ut of iiiiui ami premises situs
, md being io lbs Cltj ol N*w
Westminster, in tna Prorlnos >'f t'r1'-
i*h Columbia, more partloulai ) known
and described as Lots gl, '.'- S3 and
...4.   of ixn 'i.   BabdlTlsioo Block 14,
You  an,I  SSCh  of  you  are  requir-d
to (..nt.-t tba I'liiim ot lbs tai fur-
chaser within forty Bee days from tho
.I.i; - of the ftrnt publication of this notice, otherwise I shall registei f. Hai
rleerj as owner thereof in fix-' *nd
1 hereby ilirvct thai iiulillciitlon Of
this notice in a dully newspaper for
thlrtj days, published al Nss West-
inlnKtw.   will  be   goo.l   ami   safflcleBt
eivl.e   theiVOf.
Pntetl nt the Land Rsgistrj Office,
New Westminster, Province of Hritish
Columbia, thv. 2f,th dav of February,
A.  D,   1909.
To Joseph k. Oaynor, Joseph 10
Gavno.  Estate.
C   8. KK1TH,
Dlstrlrt   Heglstmr
All persona served with this notice,
nnd those claiming through or under
them .ind all pomona claiming any
Interest In the said land by virtu,, of
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persona claiming any Interest in the
said land by descent, whose tltK> la
not reulstored under tiro provisions of
the "l.and Registry act,' shall he
forever estopped and debarred troif
s.-v ins up any claim to or lu leepect
of th*- aara land ao sold for tate* as
provided bj  the "Land Regt��'ry Act.'"
Tacoma,  June   18.���B i--
-,ears ol sg< Mi** ^',' ��� '' Kin!
Bad   Chi v, ���    D    Btone "d '���
v., v li ., ;- -   w ithoul  i;'v
in>; to aobmlt to the regulations Im
poaed by the b �� law, The Hot nse
Is the iii. . ot tbe kind gi ml d - m ������
th.-  n.-w   i- miiu-ii... -  ',, caine efiei
.. . -   given   under   the   provte on
i'i.,\. lng ., .-..ii;'1 ��� ... be iv ' led vv it_
,,,- . tan Inl ition wl. ��������� the woman Is
I .  o'-il   oi   ...
EtHirne.
FLOUR !
B. C
FLOUR !
IMPERIAL
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL
TERMINAL   . .
HINDOO  FLOUR
$7 25 per __,
$6.75 per B_i
$f...5 per Bb1.
$4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
Fl.Ol'R   WH FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT   8TREE1
Nev*  Westminster.
Telephone $8$.
P.Buri-s&Co.-Ltd.
announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C- C. TRAVES, Local  Manager.
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE
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SATURDAY    JUNE   1.
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Published bj The Dally News Pu
lng Comj ted, at their <H
The Daily  News iilock, corner of Ho-
Ki ���-      -���     Victoria    treeu.
a decent sidewalk is laid on Columbia
street?
To know when   I   D. Taylor, M.  P .
will hav.- the courage of his opinion*
To  know  why thi   "Black  art*1   i��
officially recogniz'-al at  the he*
*...-ial?
��. A.  Paige Managing  Director
union _b.,L_Abrj
SATURDAY.   JUNE   19.   1909.
A  PORT OF CALL.
l-  .* * ���       ren .' i. iV,     that a
the Board of Tr.ide recently took
'V.  -.-.ard to a Gov-
eminent appointment    that    did  not
really com   rn 'hem, yet when B
ter of soch  vital   importance  ae   '
taei riv :
���ion. It ia (
C ...
mnl: ...       wl| t of 1
of T: .v   on Thu ��������� -
��� ,.    ...   Idi i to 0
to the grounding ol the
tan       -       .- ��,;;   foi
���        .
. ������ ���     upon  Nee   v.
a freah  water  .
Tie- oard (
,- ���   arn Itself a    . thi   Puritan i
hat cai     up at
y of novo,-. Not
. ��� important waa thi announc -
men:  ty Bd. Go ilel  thai  N> a   Weet-
min:*; .-     ���    .... gniz  \ aa
gular fort of call tor thi Bae res-
sels of tbe (lan idi m-M d an Urn Mr.
Goulet staterf that a quantkj ol
freight had ben ooosigned hither for
the S.S. Geor_ i which 1- now due
to arrive. The same vessel wil also
.���ring a moderab quantltj of fn _hl
for thi*. city, ar: | h l- BOti wo ��� th tt
thi.. win form part of thi I .-' ship-
m*-n: over the Tehuarv- ���
The LonadaJ , which will arriv. bere
from Mexico a few days later, wiii
convey to this coa ��� boi ��� thousands
of ton. that hai ,on_igned from
Liverpool by the same ro ta
True this is a modeat beginning, but
w--- may confidently expect to see the
traffic by this new route grow st. . ���:
ily and to find New Westminster recognized as a i_-n- of distribution to
an increasing extent. Oth-r lines of
vessels will soon follow* and ere- long
our city will blossom iuto a busy,
hustling port, whence the richly
laden argosies of the world will come
and go.
I.ever Brother*. Torom     v.in a :id you
free   a   c.ike   ..t vus   Plan toi
toilet   *.,.ip,  if   you  : this   JKi]* r
P. BUHI. i Cl).
June  -1,   lgW.
From   this   date   ou;    driver*
��� ast and w< .*"   Drat trip al v   " a i.
an-1  second trip ai   10:90 am.  sharp
All  order ���        More tl hours
will   ' . oteed   prompt    I   11
and  all  ::.��� us on   time       Plea
to send  orders early.
Afternoon delivery, 2 p.m   and  I   to
sharp.
P   BURNS j   CO
per y  C. TRAVBS,  Man
SHERIFFS    SALE.
"GET THE HABIT"
China Cups and Saucers
I'mk Ban i aad Qoid Ua< - or
Bim Band aad Q*Hd L n>-* i \n
flrst        Bpei i.u todaj     sr dosen
15c
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
for caah and sell sav.
LIFE   AND   ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.
If  you  nre  looking  for Bometr, - .  that W��l  Provide  a  weekly  mderrnily  m  case  of
dent  let  me  ask  you  to  Investigate  ��hl  advantage, of  ths  Employer.'   Liability   Accident    |n(
which  I   am  ag.nt.       There   V.  .it       lt��ly   nothing  brii"
If you are looking for a protection for your family la case of  death,  or  If   r,_   ,. ...    .
every   person   should   do,   you  Shot i Uks  out on.  of  my   |,f.  pollolOS   III   Th.   Equll ,    .
society...   Ask   me   about   our  c-d ra ry   policy,  or  16  and  JO payment life policies.       ��,,
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,  Columbia   ��trc<--
PHONE
SUITS
Provinci      ��� '
. 0 wil
���
:
.     .      -. I
my ol '���   ,.
New w .tmlnster,   on
daj . | Jun-. *. ��� ��� ���       ton o clock
In the forenoon, thi a suf
ficient thereof to satiafj idgment
.1*:.; c sta herein       Ul
md Interest, of Qeorgi   C    W I
:- :��� V-::dant.   ': ��� ������- _- ���     ,if   In
terest in sixty fo b - in the
* rew - teamer 1* ta ' I i :.s built
in r.-.'f wood fr.ni.. carvel ba *.
h ngth 12 .10 '���t ��� im 9 -10 ft.:
��� |������-.   if hoi I -  fi -      . impound
-Ticin--   cyllnd. rs Bd 1 -   Inch* ���
th  ol   Btroki     ��� In     horsepou er
Terms ol      ���   cash
T   J   ARMSTRONG
Sheriff
\ w   Westi   ��� fun* 14. 18
MUNICIPALITY  OF   BURNABY
Today we are ottering all our Blue and Black Serges, regular $25.00, at
STRAW HATS, in all the latest shapes	
MEN'S CAMBRIC SHIRTS
MEN'S OUTING SHIRTS (combination collar)
50c to $5.00
75c to $2.00
$1.00 to $4.00 !
Ten lers   -
unde-- _���:.- I
June -
adanuz nz   i
.   the
sp    to  j   p m     Friday.
for  breaking an I   nut-
Vancouver-New   West
THE   UNIVERSITY   SITE.
minster  road   from  Central   Park   to
JEdmo* .
Profile and specifications are to
seen municipal   ..
land  at CoL  Tracy .   office,  411  Hi   ���
Btreet    ���        . ver.
Ma*.ad cheque  for  S pa        ���     :
the amount of contract to accon.   .
the ���
Lowesl   ,.r  an.    tender   not   :.--
*ed.
C. P  8A.CXDEK&
'    M   '
;- -.-   (6   ;.' - ���
ACME CLOTHING
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
A f��-w wi-'k,- __<, w- advocated the
selection of a site in the vicin'ty ot
Burnaby lake as a suitable location
f,,r the new provincial university.   We
��� re tbat tbe Board of Trade ha.
however deddi I lo try and Induce
the  Provincial    Government   to  aJlo-
s for - -���   the tjoai ei s- c-
tion whlcb It owns on the southwest
margin of Dee Burns  y mu
nicipality Th- proposal la certain:;.
a very good one an/] it * to ��� hop*
the government will approve it. Th-
suggested site is beauUfullj situated
it slopes gently down to the lak-,
and has a lengthy frontage to Boj a
Oak road. At pn .-��� .-,- it is pretty
thickly CO Wired  wit] ...
'I our memory serves correctly, mos'
of the largest tr.es have tie-n ��� I
Th- position would be in i very way
convenient, Royal Oak station, on 'he
interurban car lin" being within ten
tninuvs   walk.     'I ��� i |  v.
������: . . ��� ���    tor agn
cultural and fore. . ���  -...
proximity of such  I ..-...-
water bi    Burnaby    .md  Deer ���
a .,. ���        .  ������:������, ���
. ��� d .i,  : i  tbe   ' ���'!��� ntr.
E3eseQ_S32S^_H^2SeagS���<
HONORS  FOR   THE  CITY
New Wei ��� lin-'��� ���      oni and
ar- w nnlng bigb (ame li
^.ate anrl Bcb<4aatk nonon* tin I
and   ���..  ���   ��� to tb
.   . - -    ��� Ol 'Jiiiv
a week or two ago it was our pit enure
to r. '��� r to th     - bucci ol
foui      .   ��� in tl
roroni	
On Tbursdaj ... .,.,,,; :,,nir-;,-1 the
succi .-.., old  Hlgli  School k'u-
d'-ni In tbi ,-:iui,' ��� samii .... \
Ui<>f. 01 'i i im il iii bono ���
in the iiiv ...         ,i   ear, and A.
-bercrombK winning a high position.
Yesterday m- recorded the fact that
Miss Laura Laver* ba i bi en n commended -   y  the < X.llllUl, ::. of  III.     ',    al,
elated Hoard of the Royal Academy
and Royal College of .Music for the
gold in. dal glvi n annually to l tti pupil obtaining the blghesi number of
marks in iln Dominion In We a I
vanned grade, This is a superb
achievement,   on��    thai    does credit
alike  to  pupil  and   I. a. lei,  to both  ol
whom we offer our congratulations.
WAITING.
To  know   wby the uhlyull , i,   pie I
ii.-in of the Board of Trade was not I
presenl al Thursday night's meeting?
To know why Ui   mi i  hanti    I N- '
\\ ,-.aimin.-1, r have  be* p *o tardy in '
backing   the   plOpOSa]   to   build   a   BOW (
npilvei    boat?
To know how long U will tx before
i
18
Si!
S3
8
rap?
Saturday Shoe Prices at
JOHNS TON'S
Men's Shoes
���!��� '      '-.;...���    in  made  shoes,  tans
tents  ..ml  oxbloods;   regular  I"."
for
$300 A  PAIR.
Men.    osbtood    lace    and  oxford
made  srltb  met      widow
. young mai
li: ir  I", "0;
TODAY'S   PRICE,   $12.
Ladies' Shoes
i.  Ilea  tan bettoo .nf'.rtts,  a |1
a few  left ai
|1.7.   PAIR.
I-     pink,   bin,- and   whl'..   I
<���� fi i.ii.75 A PAIR
ASK   YOUR   GROCER   FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
Ar-d  _ee that you ge.  >t.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU  ST   ARRIVED
Fer   Wheat.   Barley.   Oats,   Chop��.   Chicken   Feed.   Bran.   Shorti.   H*}
etc .  it.   u��.       We   will  see  that   you   get   it   promptly
HALE BROS.& CO. _
TD.
Fhon.  335.
18��  COLUMBIA   STREET P   0   Dr_---
l.ull,-
Ladle
��� ���
,-uk kid oaforda   with ps
$1.7. A  PAIR
eaastic f. >nt  in-iis.-    I i ���
95c   A   PAIR
iscalar I- 00  ��br,   .
id.- with  . v
aalsi
$1.50 A   PAIR
Men
, an
l.,e
<;r������ly, -ai
Welti
'l.  tbe kind
thai
won t
1 ileal
$2.
$0 A   PAIR.
-.:
.,,
,          ���     ��� h ,,
lulu.-;
.. .i   and
cool
$1 50 A   PAIR
Children's Shoes
'���  iv. whit., cat ��� ..,      .,,
60c  TO $1.00.
M      '   '    . I..',      " .;       llppt _i
II  in 2, for
85c  A  PAIR.
< Ihlldi ��� ii     barefoot sands
.   .in,   ,, ery i>, hi made
$100, $1.25 and $1.50 A  PAIR.
Shirts
Shirts
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sifcn of the Big Electric Boot
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C
New Westminster, B. C.
IN    BLACK      TAN.    STRIPED   AND  PLAIN   MATERIALS    i
CUT   IN   BODY   ANO   SLEEVES.
HBK
BIG
SHIRT
Fir tho WORKINGMaN
A GOOD, ROOMY
SHIRT   EVERY ONE SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE
Shirts
Shirts
n
h'.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe ClotHier S*TL'RD��V    JUNE   1ft.    ..OB
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAOK . IVBL
he Cash Store
Do not stop to con
���come
wee.
e_��alVwM__            _*!   THl : '   �����**   "��� >��t ho.d.ng A SPE
AL   SALE   WHEN       -.           UHOF1ATUHI    ,, E,     ,,ti-       ,             ,       ,.r
i-i.T figure or   -,   .... ,,ve c.st- .    N      ^    CU��GT0��^R;T;^
.ALU. Ofr, ARLV ��MOP.  NO AT ALL T.MI - ..        ..,     t.    ,-.-.. ^    ���=ERS    ���
���hose Who.comijutatv have thi .est f a iplini              -   v of useful
ANO  LP   TO  DATE   GOODS
THIRTY   PIECES   OF
DRESS   GOODS   ANO   IU  TlNOI
Al   .   .  taro.
lis      npris.      '
una in ��i.
vsH-t>    .
��� "��� _
���'
<       '..    I ��      v  ';. - V.. i,. .   .
���'..- ?Sc
lee   our   W r><_-.*_   'or   Barga
���
WASH   GOODS   SECT,    '.
I'lECES  OF   ML-LIN
"0   GO   AT   J   YARDS   FOR   i
A    ��
-5c
WHITE   HEMSTITCHED
pillow cases. 2t>c
-
�����., sl ������
-..-, 2 ���>c
THREE    V ��� ��� ��� DS    .F
WHITE    VICTORIA    LAWN
FOR   ...
goo .
white laws   somethiog   thai   s
.    . ��� yards !'���'        &<���
.   width |
V.SHAT  25   WILL   BUY   IN   OUR
���SCY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT.
���..!.:���        ���- ���     -   I    '
���  i. I,
.bt
.v   LADIES'   AND
CHILDREN'S   HOSE
!-�����' - *   ���   sl oaabatM-  I ���*���'   ;
snd ���     ��� -i   i. . .   ��� ...  i .    pj>r
paii _ __
.  ..
snd rl ��and r *
        ...    25c
���i    '   :,-k      oi,.-.
pair       25c
���   ��� kM    ,   ���
per i**lr    .      2Sc
��� 'hi    -       tea i     sd Or |
	
CORSET COVER
EMBROIDERIES.  25c.
v i .,;���  theaa  goods
��� mbnoidared aad
wi at, per J ird  .   ...    *"*���:
TAFFETA   RIBBONS
AT  25c   YARD
All onto i Inebi
arid,    nk ���     ��� .    i burs'
.lay.   Frida            la ran)
ooij             .25c
SPECIALS   FROM   THE
READY TO WEAR   DEPARTMENT
Lad ea   Bwtae    K -   d
Vesta,  asMTelaas  and
aii hire*     lingular
I for    25c
CORSET COVERS, 25c.
Kuihro dei.       | lace I
made of lai  cai
erj mi/j, in iliis lot    it- .
(Oe tor, each  >-'E,<'
LADIES'   DRAWERS.   25c.
Soft Bab bed oembrtc dras i *
....   riftle     or   with     tUOka   anil
bemstitohed    lti^t.ilnr   4<k-  for   ...   25c
White ������h Oo Ians, rartoua st. -
,
S'lIT   ��� - '
I   -I fcX "c
. tearlag it"
BBC
CHILDREN'S  KNITTED
DRAWERS,   25c.
11',] |iai i of eai Irso knitted oa
di rweai kli " ��� ���,| ' '������,;i1 differ
.-nt  nu.iliv ���   li*'       .    25c
-
f,.r
25c
|   ,    ,,    ...el
CHILDREN'1   PINAFORES,   25c.
Broken Ilni    ol pinafores, nil -
,,,���,���,   -.hi ,r" Is I   trimmed
,���   foi   2*,c
BACK   COMBS
2Sc   EACH
la-pect  tbs .   ortmeni
and   fane.      ,.     con       I
Ft "���-''   '"
lor    . ., li   . .
25c
APRONS. 25C.
Its   in i    ������ .- .-,|   ipi una
:t   blbS,   .   .tne   Bf.   Blight
|. i ,.- er*; in perfeei oandition;
l4(   , d  "-   ���t!'"'*- f"r 25c
T. M. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
���
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���a- TW   **
\.. ,,i   . ,. und -
...  , ������-        .-������
,  ,.���
,\.
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""
...--     .   .     pj
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v .        a an;
......   . ,
Of   M  ,,      ���
-
...
ofl
f��^---^--i % Hm   shown "try
f^M.i     W. E.  TALES
^ul'e   of     f,   p.o��-   B5C
$27.00.
did    BSeortmstH    to <���>*
Wa- h-,iv>.    r>- conslim-
BAMBOO   FURNITURE
from so. up
I.p|f      _0_B     a-la,a;yp8 g 1 .75
Ai    ^   -> Coroei stain        ��� ���   ���       gi.40
~*~%i*%s* 9 Y'v  '"���" *Sn"   hockkhs     we
|i-   i IT   \n wood solid
H      __/-'  ��2.00
'or |1.10
* - -        and    aatl
The   Big   Furniture   Store
612-618 Agne?* Street, opposite Library.
UNDERTAKING   'N   ALL   ITS   BRAN CHES. PHONE   176.
���
���   - ^
���
���
I
���
... ->
���     4
- * v,   nn;
���     v    -       air
as    wnoiueouie
Ith  Kotnn
i
��� -
fa-        -     ��    -- Indians  -   *
.I \_    -.,:.-.- 8      *
d> ���        As tbet  i-  a -',������-������    Bi
l    na lex oat   <v ��eas.-i-   :.
|tx  srel) H  sosae one w ���
lr '.i   the   (v.--  whJch
a�� v -   v . (-���-.-,      .    strong  arrr.
of   ' ������ la-* fc-e;   ������    n
wai io sp**D4 Satur
d;, afternoon i- t. tai-.- , rtrer 'nr-
to     - and    back.      Th* S8
V       ���- leaves Brackmaa Krr't a
at i     i    ��� ��� ���      la     ���-���'������   rei
f..        eeealag       Ka^1    one dona    I
f       -it   vip ������"*
.'-.-���-   (4.
ra ��� >'  .    aa I tl ���- Weatmiai
...^   et  Hood]  ���--;  - - 'his
.     a. |       | ���"
The     IOCS      ' * n **     will    ���
.     .      V ... ,    ��� ��� ....
.ft, Kjirhy, Darej   Hoe_b*oe   LashasSt,
and Ram_aj
i.��-.,  "-      ���     cool      w ���  are -
lng a     ��� -       ".'������..  canvs
\.    K   Sin.'���
New    pin
.. imfoi tabh
Ho. ,i, a     . souti   -  ll
vi wlll \��e glad to _eet that a aee
ostofl   ���   bas   ������  -. established at An
ntoville In tbi   store owned    j "-���   B
,   .,...���     Halls an mm deapat
.i;ii'\  (except   Bund tare) ai   nam.
,n,l n celTed v I p  '"     N!"'- d '-'
v,_  i, .-���   Lppointed  poetme8tei   wiih
w   r  Clapnam as  ***.^ant
Th-   , -oh *��� i itlen   during   '  ���
���Minn sreathei  la to Im Pottad st the
Bowllag U 11 **
The,., wiii be .1". ��������� bee Ii rs ruh
��� 'nt to Vaneourei boday every halt
,,im rrom 11 10 to .'��� '" P * "'
wke rial tors to the lacroes. match al
l(.s r Btiotl     paiV       w.-*-'... "*'��� i     * -
��� �����
\ anoouT ���"
A small Bre broke mil al the " u
..f the K> .-��� Vallej meat market, Uo
,ii,ii,i, street ahoi tly after * " ck��c_
yesterdaj erenlng, 'he blase being
mastered with ��� stlngulshi rs bj the
men from Nos i and i b tils I" ���
��� ... atari . h ��m .1 gas stor. which
hn<i beea left aiiaiii on s ot, the
in,,, of Which rti"eht Bre The
���,. 111 spread to tba wall ol thi si ������
tilling the building win, smoke Th��
'lupine.   I-i sl'cht
The return fai  the B  1    E. B
to V .in-"'iver will bs   n   from
1 ���:,,..,-���.. ���> ���"
���**��ee +++++t
Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
:
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
Ueeeeeeeeei
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
��� , .- . -
It.        .    v   .      .rom
When ycu have rrtade up you.
r-e��*err-b_r that is pays to use patrt
all  weathers.
E ephant  pa.nt is  made frorr tl
the  colorings   in   it  are  the   very -
mixed  hy  excels who thorough -.
t**e   pa'nt   business.
Our line of vamisHes and sa:*
a .ac, BapUc, Berry Bros. Hard o''
Varnishes, and W''kinson. He>
line  ��t  vamishes.
W -d  to  do   some  painting,
or varnish that will stand in
he purest of oil and lead, and
est that can be used and are
understand every branch of
*"'tides the following: Jap
ind Va-nishes. Standard
4 C ". Ve's  famous  English
T, J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Adams & Deans
BUY     YOUR    GROCERIES    AT
It will pay you to let us fill your orders.
0or�� BtarcS. 2 rd*!*-. for 15e Choice iVede-d Raisins. *_ oz, pkgs
on'.v     .....    1O0
Jam, In pla?*t* bottle., p*. bottle ..15c
New Potatoes, 4 tho, for 25c
Rhubarb, 3 The. for 10c
Carnation Oream, 2 tins for  15c
Pr.!-!uni Flour, per sack gV90
1 l'hi-r H a eivod bread flour 1 Tetle. I T- v . lh. tints for ...   . $1-00
For a No. 1 Ceylon Tea we recommend   Bra d's   Best  at  50c.       Ask for
a sample.
ADAMS & DEANS,.i;���!^
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
No Flies on
Your Cattle
It  you   use   oif  CATTLE   WASH
Cows    Ban'i     produce     milk   and
fight   ft..*..       Be.iHes   it's   humane
to   protect   the     animal   from   tor-
t(,re���$100   gaMon;    container   extra
HE Comfort:
of A H0ME-
CURTIS'
drug store;
NEW WESTMINSTER.
SPECTACLES FROM 50c.
are truly insured if you take out fire, life and accident policies in the reliable Canadian companies
which 1 represent.
The great advantage which 1 am able to give
over others in the matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing 1 will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALPRED   W.   McLEODj
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
mount
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' PAGE SIX.
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THE  DAILY
'VS.
SATURDAY.  JUNE    '.
1909.
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
SERPENT IN CUP WAS
QUITE LITERAL TRUTH
BetterB9introrTour-1one^
l.IMITKD
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.
Rattlesnake   in   Beer   Keg   Responnblr
for   the   Death   of    L.i.,   , v ,   jn
Virginia.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue snd Marion Street
SEATTLE
MANITOBA OFFICIALS
WAGE WAR ON RATS
RATES :
Room   $1   p:r  day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50   per  day up.
F-.om   with   bath  $2.50 per   day   up.
Room with bath an. board $4 per day.
Al; mtside rooms, with bo*, aad cold
water Steam heat, lonp distance tele-
| * - :.e. '3us meets all trains ani '������������ _t_
CARLETON   GILBERT.   Mf-r.
Department    cf    Agriculture    Succeeds
In   Producing   a   Virus   Fatal   to
Rodent*.
Richmond, v.i   June l *    .!,,-��� p_ \t
.si.iii-ii.    bridge    Inapi ctor    tor    in.
Cbeeapeake a. Ohio railway, who ba
jiiM i.-i n bi i from uu ui i, ction to
of tin. Une   n Hi    state .���:  u  bi  VI
glala,  tells of tbe  n mai k.i
n_ .-miit it.il an i.i,".n: i on   he Pint
Creek branch ol i 'u- C   ft 0   a* u I
town   ..i    Raleigh,    following   i    ml
il : auch vv ith n i ai ral ,,i
v cording t., Btaten, the ox i ;
I'li.i',-i .i   ���, re) oi  tbe   ������ ��� ���   aa
iv  in  their slunk  in  ���  ���
with tbe bungboie <.n Uu- conn
-Ul*���        U.i.-r   th.    .mil.    eight   w  ���
dlaoovsaed   \ylng   aboai  on   tbe
.Hi.I   "Il   111.-   Hour.   ;iil   -i.u,,.   .1, .nl
Due to tlu�� fact tint a Urn.- j��.
of   the  t>t**T  waa  still   in   tbe
���   tiro con. Ins 1 mi waa rwuluni  'hut ���
ladulgaaoa had aot eanaed tba
uf th..  men.
Tba i>atral *as taken Into tht
and     tin*     lii-i-r     allow,  ;      to   S
through tbe hunch...1��\      No oae .!
tbe beverage (or leer it had   eei
s..:,. I       a    Urge    rattleanake
fwin.i deposited m the bottom of i
barrel after  all  tba  beer    bad
drawn  off       it  Is   pr-i-sumad   tbat
sn..v.!-.  in  tii�� death  .iK..ti-..  Inject! I
the im But)   .ntn the  bii-r whl       ���
th.. ::.. i
Paint   that    v.-'!
|..    ��� ���    longei
I   ] ��� :��� as "' iifi.tr    paini
, ii ,!k check, nor ci ���   . ���
,'.,. ���.,��� ,,i u     Paint it tool   17 j
adding jtt-t enough "I   ��� -..A -,,.
Money*sswortfa paint
[1'    ir.  ������ ,
Paints.    M i
paini  ti i"    '��� .
& Col ir Co., Lii
looli
twice
" Anderson   &  LusU
���H    agent,   .Or   IV r.   W.-   ���������,.   .,      - |((
I
ft
I --_.-,
-**���...., tenders address* to ::...- un-
d rsigned and endorsed "Tenders for
P" and <  is ��� . .  Fittings a:
La :.    B   C    Pub        Building.
wil elved  until
M<   ,,...    .Vine 21, 1909, : >r tbe work
i- ��� '      Tenders wil] not b_ con
sidi r. ... made up,,-, and in ac-
Ith    the    conditions  con-
',.: i ��� I inns furnish, ;        I-
ment.
Pl ������ I    **;������ ��� ific v: iu    ma_
seen on    appiicavon    to  Mr.  Ro.-.
Bell, C     taker, Public B dlding  Lady,
ami;! and at .he  _���
of 1 .'���   -���        -   twa.
:    ���   .
.   IL80N TBSSIER,
*
.-*'  Po 11    '��������� irki   Otl
*���'     _       -7    1.09.
Wililil;.. _,    lllli,-    li       Hi I lltS   ,,f
ih.- experlmt Bta vv vh r.i*. rti ..
i..iv.    ..:,    that  tbe    depai ment o|
agriculture expects to be proper d I
tn,. ion of rtrus by Julj  l.
Alraed.    experiments    bare
mad* "ti afcoui wrelve ol tba it _oe*
,, .   :iji  except   two  ba.���   dl* i
Tn. ...  ��.-re K'v'-n  S  !l_ht  d<>-.   I I  '
i )n   ** v      :.-���    Bight   a
an.l st->iig'T does  was _dmliils.ere!
A  Cannibal   Rat.
In one  ..f  tbe  i i erlmswla,  a Stn-
.vs-a!  rat   vv..*  , l.uxl in a <\in>- -v ���
with one iu k-ukI health  .nd ..d,. t
b   !   DM   I - an   Riven   any   virus.    (The
d   eased   l it   died,  and  th,-  other Doe
af-.i-rward  ate up hi*  companion, and
lt   too   died  soon  afterward.
������ - V--K. v. A. -     v |,  ha,  ���...;,   stated M     ..   ���
������������* ��� ,       M.:   -;_ . .,.   . .    .   , | ������..   vitality of th.
in-   -��� I   cbora -.-:i of Its '    '
- od this being tbe as
7 p-m |        .   .        .. . - - thai to ad i ������
CHURCH
SERVICES
Sjnd?y. June  20.
.
i
I
!..
SUE METI1..V.M
R l|       , .  '���      >���
...:.-:
:
\ .      ���      --
H
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......
rl ,-.- _ a ���       I imnii.i ���
r tta ii stead i ' lag tbeaa
��� nt   is  of Un-  ".
��� .   will  h.iv.-  I������"
I    A'"-.!      ..!.  I
:..   ,.        ii .... to    ���������* tbe demands
dlatrtcl  in'i.ted
LOCAL GALLANTS WERE
JEALOUS OF STRANGERS
F..irfi-l.l.  Ill .  J urn-   1*      \h  a  r<    III
of �� fs .i   etween        Un reoai mea
of thin dtj and ti ami Sl    of tbt
;n .. ��� oom ii< re
Iir  Cbai .-*. I.  l>*initiK r, secretary ol
,:!..���  W.ivn.. OOUnt)   K.ilr BBBrUllBtBiai.  IS -
.1-....! wttb .i ballet iu hi* ih-uiv I
McCnllougfa  is dyins  ��.h
��,, ind  in  bla
Sfc        Ik  shot  throuKh  Hi-  thlfth    H^r
iiitIh   itliiii.ck.   is  roars  old, of (
tbe ��hi>-, company iv m fall
Male naasnban of lbs thi pan] b i
been paylni oosui t.�� soma y^nif la-,
jit-- I ��� ��� .    . ���
^ain I'-- ... >n'* 1. ��� . *��� ��� k H n
ni. k -*,i* ass lultad f ��������� - ���. ...unit
in- a ii �� i
!*pot  on   West   M.iiD   strei I   thr- ���
.it'..., .     '.      ������   ��� .     Hi
Thr.-.        ii ta ran I  Di
iL-tnlnger  f.-ii   dead     H nak li
���
r.*-'    :
The wonderful srofrees of Csnads is Ulustrsud br  ths Uci ___m ,,
0 boeet Cocoa la ths werU m tmnhe thert
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
Is  thi purest snd tht  best  snd Is fait iKomxj  lbs    ��� r-t[,
tor  aid snd young
THR COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
WE    ARE     PE*
__,      rou bow ll
v       I.ich . .,.      '. ill
��� ���    .
' ���*    -. lilt   wl
rials
is it tl       men
.....
���
;' - .    -
GILLEY   BROS./Ltd.
NAVY MAY
PUT BAN
.N THE
CIGARETTE
Pretty Parasols
A   FEW   MORE   OF   THE
15c
_ZE   JUST   ARRI v'ED.
AT
MOREY'S
BOO .STORE.
66.  Columbia stre::.
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED   PICTURES  AND   ILLUSTRATED    SONGS    OF     THE     VERY
HIGHEST  CLASS.
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL     MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admist :,n���Children    5c,   adults     10c
������'. _ PRESBYTERIAN���
8    Henderson,    pastor.    Bl I'll  a.m. and    7    pa     Sabbath
.;... .    -
WILL EDUCATE PEOPLE
AGAINST THE HOUSE FLY
V
smoking bj
United   Bl
ith'
-V.PERTON METHODIST - Ret
v               ma    lone         -i'*"     "
Franl   **-,. h n member of tbe stats
',' m- board of heahh, ha        I    	
. lh   .--*-��'r
The do! !..r a:,-.     BO     '     I BtSBd
to .     ��� impaign
nn. and 7 njn; Sunday school    t i-S-rougbO-l      ��� ml      durlnn    Ms
. -../.������   .. to edui .-������  "���    p*Ople
��� ;..-i. Bpwortb leai -    iy m  ,y . .   nf  ,h<.  oomm .   ny
.   _   . o clock. He   will   kiv-o   Illustrated    ���   I m
-     ���      ��� Bd      ill   ,n   the
oooni ���   and aril        ��� ._   n his
pow-i-,   *.. *v   people el'mlaate
th.- breeding placi He
...   BAPTI8T- Ri v.   m.    Bak
BBtor.      Benrtces   11   a m.  ;.n i   "
.-* mday     school   at    -
er meeting on  Wi dm -
���  ���  o i lock,
' " ���
:
,..     ,   |  -,     ���   > d the
opinio        Ri.-.    N- -��� Bsoa Bi b
-...,!. .. ���   ���   .     \t
l.ui'i.   battli       . I   a
\ Imlral   s-     - ��� i   '���   sea
the baa  pl v -i   ipo     ��� ���   hat it sad
ha�� recommeod. ���
la ���    tbat 1." I'lr-ir- "��� ��� I   t the
���  ,     store oa say of thi - > un
der his oon n md
fescretary Meyer erill taki action m ar~
r-onianr.. with Admiral Bch/-oeder"s
n*, ,.���- men '. ' -ne
Admiral Bdhroeder '--a..:! Ma it'*"*
vatlon -i" to tbe effect ' ��� Igaretti
smoklni; bj   lacklea al different '
j ��oeee��oooooeeeeoooooo-oooooooooooooeeeee����e����e��*����������**%
j
Northern   Crown   Bank;
i
���
HEAD   OrriCE,   WINNIPEG .
ANCIENT
MANUSCRIPT
ACQUIRED   BY
KAISER
������������ lei      tbat 1 ���       ��� stiK
.    do*. am- .*hl-   -       .      '
��-rn! * .   nary     H.- '.-��� u ������
ti, ,���  , |  rettaa Impali   Ae health i
th.- men aad band to deen       tin
effli '.,-���. ���     tot ���'. ������
..mt o   ty     ..i in
and that  w.thin s  ��������� i   or ts
ba v ��� v f,.��- .-Sv.    * ith d
I Be*  ol   ll ���   ,-<���iri' -.
down   Ihe   am-
yaklm -  ��� iH'-y.
-lere
.- f*��,n-
AUTHORIiED CAPITAL
PAID   UP  CAPiTAL
*   ��VE STERN   BASK   FOR   WE STERN   PEOP.t
V *
J ���
*
���
De|    v 't   *re   ret�� red    ���'   tht   Ssyir.g,  Drpj^-'nt   at   all  tr>- *
can b��   *,thdra*n b,  cheque v.,thou!   annSCSSSSf)   ferWH   ly ���
M.n.gcr.    N     H     MACDONALD.   N��*    Wrv    Itsttf
���eeee��eeeeeeeeseeeeeeee��eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee��e��*��es*
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
luni   1 ��� ���   Thi   Roya
bas just  became posse   ���
oi  ,i ral liable manuscript,  whlcb
.been acquired .i! a coat Of ��4000.     It
.   -���   ��� ��� Hours, which formerly
ekmged i ti orlnglan Kinu
lr-- iti   on  y. Horn,  an I oo
,   . ���     tnd sraa produo ,|    J
trs, who wvre 1
for their    caligraph)     in   tbe
The -luminal
���     ���        ������ ���    ���        SB
a      ��� are produced
rhe I ing, aboul
���(,.     ���      ���  -���   ��� ��� il ������
,,'     -   Benedlctlni P and al
��� be    book    became the
<,:  tha monks,  i h< n  ii
-
Maxim ua    at    Tret M
i   n,-ii    known    wrtt*i    on
��� ��� , t |i    was      i. . ���
sold by  Lis ex.    ���        and  baa ilms
ome  to  whai  In all/ probabllli ���    i
; ,ni,. - ���   hi
Eel  Clogs  Water   Pipes.
... w   York, June  lv     When      reel
ii :.- ol tbe Bronx fall .1 to u.-i wat. ,
through  a pipe al  bla  hom,- B i
he  reported  ih.  in-,11<-r   to  the city
authorities and thai evening tbe ma _
supplying thai section or tbe cltj
shin i.rr .-/, that  workmen could die
cot  :   the difficulty,    Aftei  in    whole
Bection   bad   been   ������'��� Ithoui   w iti r  for
two .in...   tba workmen found a large
...-1 wedged Into tbe pipe fe ding the
complainant's home,
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers dl Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phono 106.
Trouble   Brewing   in   Hondur.i
N-w <ni,,ms  June l-�����The T
Den ocrai   today   -ay.*:   "Kv> v
march ng on toward revolution in
dn.-.'ih  according to dispatches n
���il   yesterdaj   by   the   Icx-ni   bu
bo ,    . , ngaged in Central Am.
tra le     Tin-  country   iu*.<-b  a
dangt ion    riiBis,  probably   H.,-
serlo.    ilnca lhe fall of Oats   M
llio'i li,  in 1906,
Illl'   *
:i   .-
Hon.
111. ������
rlcan
in,, ���
The whole of the cedar lumber lying
on the C. P. N. and C. P. R. wharves
is for sale, either in one lot or in quantities to suit. For prices and particulars apply to
Iron Workers to Strike
Pli ��� i: v .lun.- iv More than 10,-
000 skilled workmen, members ol the
Amalgamabed Association of iron
i-i'.,' md Tin Workers, employed j
iln- Vmeiicao Sheet & Titi|,ii' i v.
pan v. hi i|uii work June 80, at '.tii<-ii
tlniv the open simp order of the com
[.an     . cornea effective.
ED. GOULET
Agent   for   MARRIOT    S.     CO.,   New    Westminster ,.t,,rDAY.  JUNE   It,   1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS,
PAGE  SEVaN.
rt ST. CHARLE
y^m' ''M
A k      .... -.���,._-,
���9 fe    which ' "..,,d
._       , r*       .,..,.   ��� I   ��   ... i,-|.��r��.
WUMtN liF All HAll!
KLET AT TDRONIO
First       ision of the   National Council
-���Greetings  From   all   Parts  of
the World.
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CttARLO
ST.CIAtLES CONDENSING CO     fi
ln__._���||. Onl !��� V
WMWOO
.      -     Th      esecuth
. .-i ,i..i, Council ol
��� iv: ,.-   ���  *���
lor
���  ,   , hlch is
veeeeeeeeeeeee���������������������
���������������������������������������������������eeeeee
i
Si immer   Reading
latest Books h pment
Seaside L I ��� :
'.- r.    Cop/riflhl    F     ���
.
Popular   CopynghU,   Cloth bound
'
ular   Copyrights.   Paper bound
t , yl,��h   6d.   Novels
'
..mde    L'bra-"/
15C.    2   for
TODHUNTER & BURR
ISooksellers, st.itionc.rs. Newsdealers    ���
6uc.<*����ort |     .    J    MACKAY d CO. 4
v . .  ing ..i ui" '""���,
,,,, don,    honors
.   :<l    bl :
...   with   n
, ipanslon pl
��� ��� ,.u    which    L* '������
i-d  briefly  th       Bight
������.
- intlnople,
.   K/..1. presideni ol
Mrs.
Bowi :. ��� thai       :������     '���*��� '���*
i I   tional co met!
...     rurkej  belore
..   elected   ���
: :..v
Uj     .*..'' ���      Mr-~-
��� to effect
r ind     Baroness    '������
; that a oc-
��� ie   ���'    "   tram
���   me
p    .   .    :.,.;
thi   in-
I to allow tbe tor*
'���
���
ound     Mrs. M
E ���   -     _  -,   FToken  Law
������������     v,.-ri^r   ��
.... (dn     Henry
.���, . ,     be    Montreal
,'., . Frab :-     H   - D   L*ng<     ,,,'r"
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FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie $ Co.,
Front Street.
AUSTRALIAN  OFFER
TO   IMPERIAL  CAUSE
'��� -oirn.-. Jun.- I*.��� Colonel Fox-
ton a delegate to the defence cont.-r-
��� ed  yesterday. H<- in author
ized   to  disr-'i'H   altematlv.-s  to    the
Dreadnought   offer,    including   provl-
sion of a great naval hasp for th- im-
���:   ii.r.-;.   In   some  Australian  port.
ud tbe assumi-uon by tbe Austra laa
navy of foil  re.-,;��.nslhlli-;.   f .-  i'diring
the Pacific    foi   Poxton wn aai   ���
; .ut.   oi   tm..  u ��� ill ��� the
Ouuuaonwealth to acc-ju British gutd-
saoe in th.- consmirtion and manage-
mem of the propot-i1 subald ar, n ������ ���
and Ui undertake tbat Uie whole of
Aiit-tralt-'s warlik. machinery ;>�� so
organised its to be blatantly available
for any imperial i-mf*rgeaejr, 11*-. how*
.���v-T. :�� not able to promiM enh-tiLi-nt
of Australians ln th.- military (oroaa
f..- other than home defence
\ ftas "RpmN I KM )1''-the Fl.uir that is Different-
een used in your home yet?   You should start now.
I.,���.'; put off trying 'his wonderful new flour-
Y 11]        -��� U"-
,     , ttag  �����?"���*"       ��� ;.�����;������
-. I- sor
'��������                                    ...    Zun than  most  wot,     th ,   ���
.,       en   di�����-in-'    '* "
���;",-,���,-*.       Th,  all  n-Milts m dlff��� in the ��V.��.
I ict
ROBIN  HOOD"  I  ���'-'- li��W�� ;"
ow ----iit a tUffen ���;
H HOOD" i oar snows ������>'���       ���    ��� a   n,    ....
���r""_    - fff-f������'���.�����������*- ��� -r_
,  .        -"'v.-   sacs I   B      ���*��" to
,., n!id take sdvaataae
,nK   ndustry.
a-.t,  tbat  sre kn'>*   how
���   Improvement! in
K  uA'tU> .     _*______ all who   bave   aaed K In Canada
KOtIN H000- near b     * ^ IVn, f,,rp,,
The lea. made trom "Robin  hoo_
It is the finest
HSS,'mm,mtmm. ��   �������*���*-���
-. ��� �����-��"H���_    ,      .. ,.v.vvv�����-
*     _._1-^_A��- after rou have hak. .1 twios
��
.   dcoafledeao. la   ��ob.n       ^^ ^ ,,...,.-,. ao_  Ss
-.^ ,  y.�� us-  with other Hour*
e^���.*<���,
"ROBIIN
-   d
-ROBIN HOOD" flour ^ tha flour that is making
 ~~     :�� Panftda    All over the west it
;, sensationlli21-^^,^^ T, ���
���r- r_l_Pd about   ThP nuostion neighbors ate
IS   beillg   talKOO  .lOOUi. ;  unPTM
������77-~r^\re vou using that new RObIN
asking to.la\  n--    -��*. j ^	
 ' HOOD FLOUR?'
ammo
ale
In taking stock we find we are overloaded in many
of our musical lines.
I
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Pianos
Piano Stools
'in. - il  Dommlon Pl in    :....-
flOgali.v     r.;.-
���:��� .   . tr Pri< ������    . 150.
SALE   PRICE  S-00
One beautiful  walnut cased Dominion Pslno,
Regular Price, $4.0,
SALE   PRICE     $275
Om-    ��� .i :' Cul,   upright   prar...   Dominion   llano   mahogany case,
Regular Price. $475,
SALE   PRICE    $300
0ne beautiful walnut cased. Stanley
Piano   Player,
Repular Pric. $700,
SALE PRICE	
...        I
SALE  PRICE  ..
Regular J3.50,
SALE   PRICE   ..
Violins
V..
One    beautifu',     mahogany    cased.
Stanley   Piano   Player,
Regular Price $7i''..i.
SALE PRICE	
... ..   dark red  violin,
it-. . .    Priee 1*6,
SALE   PRICE   ...m ��25
Anotl er dark  red  vtolln
Ri--_ tlar Pnc^ $--,
SALE   PRICE    *18
1471
One- large Dominion  Piano   -oghUy
used.
Regular Prioe, $*<50,
SALE  PRICE       a*79
One  beautiful   brown   violin,
R.g-uLar Price $2..
SALE  PRICE	
.$15
Organs
On*   Btx-OOtaved,     mahogany   piano
 $110
C._M\
Regular Price t_70,
SALE   PRICE   .-      ���
On.  beautiful ���Wilhelm Durertocit"
Yiol.a,
l^egula.*- Price }.'-'���
SALE  PRICE ��40
Another  beautiful  ' Wiihelm  Duner-
iecit"  Violin.
R_gular 1..vi, $65.
SALE  PRICE   	
$50
One Anseoiua Stradawlas Cbiaaa
 $22
tto' __
Regular Price $ �����
SALt PRICE  ...
$110
One  six-octavod.  oak   _,iano  case
Rt-irular Price $17...
SALE PRICE	
One  sia-octavod,  piano  case,
Regular Prioa $160,
SALE   PRICE	
One ���   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
oasm,
Regular Price. $i"5.
SALE PRICE *>
One  _:xoct__ved.  oak piano  case
RegU-BT Pri.-. $125,
SALE   PRICE
$90
One ftve-ewsed, high top. walnut
   $60
cased organ.
Regular Price $80,
SALE PRICE  ...
Another Antonlua Stradavarlus Cre-
uiooa.
Regular Pr,-.
SALE PRICE    $16
One inn'.*
im*nt.
Regular Price $-5.
SALE  PRICE
Bargains in Record
Cabinets
on.. ���>._. reoord oabtoet,
Iti-ciilar prtcv- $ls-
SALE   PRICE 	
One  mahogany   rocord c.-binet.
Regular prlos **ls.
SALE   PRICE 	
Thrt-v sectional   cablne*. each.
Regular Price $13,
SALE   PRICE   	
One record cabinet.
Regular  Price  $12,
SALE   PRICE	
$12
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One beauti-u; pearl inlaid violin,
li pilar Woe $25.
SALE  PRICE	
$18
And many oiher in.**;ruui,-iits to
choose from tanging froi_. $l-o6 up,
to suit all pocket boota,
Solid  leather   Violin  Case.
Regular Price $15.
SALE  PRICE       	
.$9
Guitars, mandolins, accordions in
endless variotv. all at ridiculous low
prices.
Bbeet Haass at Ac and 5c per copy.
A   large  aaBor_a_BBt   to  pick   from-
Tvvo   ceraeta,   formerly  $15,
SALE PRICE	
$12
$7
.$7
One Columbia craph-phoiv .
Regular Price, $88,
SALE  PRICE ���"
Seven Zithers, formerly $5.(Xi,
SALE PRICE v2*00
s,*.    Scbo<rf D*^    and   I'),"tt,-'m��[
. . ���, -\i *.
Regular  Price $5-*-).
SALE  PRICE	
$3.00
This  sal,-   starts     Kvld:i>.   tli.    UKh
Tbe SBla is for spot cash only, and
.-.-ui- mean on the Bee* at tha
IN   TAKING   STOCK   WE   FIND   WE   ARE   OVERLOADED   IN   NEARLY   ALL   LINES.       PRICES   OF
ALL MUSICAL GOODS WILL BE CUT NEARLY IN HALF AS WE  ARE   DETERMINED  TO   REDUCE
OUR    STOCK.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
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THE  HAILf  NEWS.
SATURDAY,  JUNE   -.,.
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Flour!
Flour!
+ WE SELL THE FAMOUS
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! PALMER HAMMOCKS
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f  FORTABLE AND DURA
e BLE.
Society
the gue.-it
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\ ancouver,
A. Lea -.ii
Victoria, |a
Mi -   Ha-
rton
+        OUR   PRICES   ARE   FROM
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|   $2.50 to $6.00 \
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Now is your time : Anderson & Lusby f
to buy your Flour
cheaper than any
place in town.
��� COLUMBIA STREET. ���
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Small Accounts
We have received
within the last ten
days five carloads,
consisting of
Lake of the Woods
Five Roses
Royal Household
Raymond's Alberta
Purity
Straight Grade
Call and compare
our prices. We
have the stock, and
we are going to
sell it.
.- well a- large ow * are wwksomi
you ne. _ in.*, -sau until your busin-**
! ls assumed large proportions "jefore
opening an   ico ant
DO   SO  TODAY.
You will receive ��� irteay in
all matter. Intrusted to -   mid ther.-
Is nothing in safe bank: IB not
��������� rform.
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $53.-0..0OO.O.
The Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster, B  C . Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE    FINE      TRY    THEV       A
GOOD   STCCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS
E ard B'ock, New Westminster
m      Hamilton Tore) is
ui lira. <i   l)  Brymner.
m-   and   M's   Henry  L   Bktmonda
', n   imed Sunday from tbe a.-yi*
. position
Mrs H Qrodfrey, __
sraa th fueet ol Mrs. j.
Sunday.
\|        I     K    M.Ail.iiii.  (,f
'tbe guest  of hei   mothei
\. .   .,-    rhe -lien.    s.i|.'i
Ml     .'.-ri.-I     Mr    Davis   an,|    M       \���
jgau   ol   Vancouver,  were  Hie
of Mi    A   M   Herring on Pridaj
ong  tbe   !�����'.������ nt   rlaltora   '<>   m.-
\ \ p fair from th s < i:> have been
M   r   s Annandah , Mr   H   C   M..i,.r,
and N'r   H   Matbeaoa
Mr J s it. O'Brien, who has ������������ d
receiving teller at tbe Hank of Mon-
ber>. left Monday abfhi roi
Ro >i.d. to which branch ha haa
>n :, ed Mr o Brian vv.is
given B Iiv i> sviiduff hv u num ��-r
of the Wends he baa made wim. in
tbe city.
Ott    .'I   tbe   UK's!   ��.ij..v.i  I     iv, n's
'of th,    ,-���.,   vv.,    th.-  gaid. d    i ���   ���
giveu   by   Mra   Jobn   McKensle    Bl
p       k* s; . in aid .,:  the  W< stmltti
ater   : - -1'   Hall     During    tba
a.terniM,n   and   evening    reftvahment
wer,.   -���  red  and   about   |23  realised
by   v il ml ir.   contribution
A   _ :-    ..   treat   ** hlch   b ia   been
to mt' time  was
|a      v. nin>;    by    Madam
Boui ke   who for tbe paa.  two
11*. Ing    in    Ben '
Kr.inv rhoae attending from tbls
Mr  and Mn   T   it   Peai
son, v        I Mi     y  R   PearaoB   Mr
I   m       i.u-        M *    Peel        M
���.:      ���     ���     Lewis, Mr     I
w   Graj   Mrs   il   <*   M ���..---   M    and
Mrt    y   W   Chlh  ���    Ml      '.     .   Hall,
\li*.   Laura   Watson    Ml *   Eaati
M       . m -    Da  pbinee, y   M
���; \   \   Km.    (O
Daupl    ��� ���
\  ,-,..-.  oi  _ji   it...
tiOttS
a bli h will
iXtenoon
���   :.'   in tbe recto,       .-den
Th- ���        event of the w<
-.. ..,.'���   \\o
��� . ���      ���   .    i e Royal C
Ital i' *be
A. M. Herring     _b.
. bt r wltl   goeatt
who  wi      rn.* ���" odlng   a  a.
tin
.  ���    ���  n tbe niuc-i
��� . fundi;   for   the   n* l    h. ���        .
In I      ���   ��� g and    l*iv'
In tbe  spacious room* ot
���   ������       were 11    i      f-ati     tlon
BOWLING
\. oompaa] inn la tbe fi
C  Tel. graphic league in uie I - ft
��� ������  the local b   - ��� *
i 2 l"t
    I'''.    117 If".      I*--*
M    ������               .   . IM    127 160      HI
v ���   .-.-!          .    ..IM   1'.. l H     <:'.
...    16.    ifi' 15.     C,~
ivi    lt$ n.i     i.;i
8X7   7W 7*6 *.--._:-
Edison Theatre
Anirrated    Picturei    and     Illustrated
Song*.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' ELOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program   changed     Monday,    w o_-
vy   and   Friday.     Special   mn'.:   -
for ladi,-*   ,:.d  children  Siturdavh  .tt
!    I ;,   m.
MAKE YOUB APPEAL to the public
through the column* of THE DAILV
NEWS.    The   Morning   Paper,
oo+o+o+o+o+o+tx?+o+o+o+o+o+ oaoazt+oeoaoaozeoaoaoaoaoao
'        LADIES:
9,'e hav. a large and  iP4o-date assortment of n   -     ud
���    In  vv       i ti     ��� Prices from 76c up.
LOCAL  NOTES.
r < leered fn.m ('ii-
-   .i iarl     -    ���������day.  havlnc   ,n   tow
_  for  Rir-hnM.nd       The
v - ���������1   'o  the   mon. I| sl
He   sad l" tn ���������-  ..*��� !  ii���,ii tbe
. -and
l-'ra' ���   BUodeaa, son ol  P. 0   B
-- ��� irned  yeaterda ���   from   P
od, a here be has ' .  I ���
lumbla    in ran M     will   n-
:.<-r.. BnMl ��� be end of Sepi
be   will   ���*���-��� rn  to i      I        ' id
ha
Captain   Pltteodrigh  tUsmlased   t,-
,.   against  Kabbl it-on
of lacking seamen to deeeii fron   I i
jClan Maolnnee,     Tin. case aro e o I
(if the eacape oi i '��� ��� en I-     ���������
the  ������������*���; earlier In  tbe week when
��� i ofl Praser Mill*
A   meeting of tl ��� qic
oommlttee **ln bi   '������ i.i on '���'
in.  evSnlni    .vI ������    il.   ,
������   -. l��-i��� ���-���!   on
'I.I*   y,..ir   srlll   proba  !.    be   d-      ' i
. repl)       ��� ..,    bed tods
Seattli   ��� ��� ������   ommlttee bavh
r.-; wi I to tbe ofS-i I   i of tbi   .   .   P
, fai   thai a daj    ���  at i ajaui I ���  ia
- ki ir Ion from this chy,
I.adi, ,,, $3
ach        9r-.c
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
'^*o+o+o+o+c+oo+c+o+c+o+ ���^oeo^oeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeo'
WOULD  SELL  BABY  TO
REACH   DYING MOTHER
,, ..., I ine ; ��� \ . bj
U fur sals in thl . ' ��� for n p
to .- rtnany Ths offer waa made ���'���*
' i.-rdav by a young widow, Mr- _-:ii*r..t-
',,-ih Albert t'i Mrs Prentrlss Cobb
ll..le, tbe social leader <��f y.'.'i FT*n-
. sea The woman declared tbat i"-f
mother ia dying In Qermanj hnd sbs
iii.iv reach her Hh.- e* hi bwrself sail
'������- been unable t<> n.ipiHirt tbe hai)>
since her husband died
Bank of Montreal
KSTAIJLISHKD  1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and I
Newfoundland, und in London, Eng- '
land, Nvw York, Chicago and Bpokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City, A general
banking business transacted. letters of Credit i-_ued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Saving- Hank Department���-.posits
received ln sums of $1 nnd upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total   Asset-  over $168,000.0O..OU.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
0. D. BRYMNKK   Manager.
+*******************+++++++++++++++444+++++++++++++++
Look This Up j
Ten large lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
F. J. HART & Ca, Ltd.
THIS STORE CLOSES AT 5:30 P   M
GREAT
GLOVE
SALE
200 pair, of Ladies French Kid (.loves
on sale at, per pair
A reliable kid glove at a price so low wi
prove interesting  news to  two   hundred
women at least.    A few days will clear out
the lot, so be sure you are here early.   Shown in
white, black, grey, tan, mode and brown.    Sizes 5 '--
to 7 inches.   On sale today, 75c per pair.
Specials From the
Hosiery Department
LADIES'   COLORED
LI6LE   HOSE.
�����5c  PER  PAIR
Lad.  ���   ���   ���       ,      ..  ..
,   ��� .k   nky.
-' -   :   arhJte;   su-,  ,   1 |  ���.,.
ha v       -. ���- ...   . .i. .���    , ���    , all 45..
BOYS' STRONG
COTTON MUSE,
2Sc   PER   PAIR
I *��� ���:.:..      ... r ������  <d   cotton
'���'���-'  lOI   ���- .���   _.-.���    : v   kind
that will .-.,.,���! ; laat, of b       was
Tbey  .   ���       roi �����  ;.-��� ::       ,   \, tyr   eu 1
fast color      v.    phsce i;.-n. > ;. sa_
wtth  r.,   aaaaraaa   U
rs   ,  sr* bare er<
������ ���'      -'   V'-e   prii ������       \s.   ;..i,,i   part!
atleni       to tbe    +kt -..      ..
���om       ��� . .   ���     and   tl.i.   ,   ..
_�������   summer ho��,- mu nati-if.  ...   .
���    eat      All i. _ee, I  1 : v,  \d
pair ...        _5c
LADIES'
"PRINCESS   CHIC
HOSE   SUPPORTERS.
A     , - ��� la]   Uev��.  Stft Bg  ..- . ,o
er   ���* i.i, '.,  i ���   sare  t<, pk . ������-       Mad
with .'.. tr aba.     I oa fron    ..-.o out
��� j b  h.;-   ��� laattc  i��  mtr-.i,)-    aad
��Ue;   C   Al   C   fasteaers   '     .."..��� b
lag to base; all i otors an i I;.,. w   ;-
psib ... 7.c
SMALL   ARTICLES    WORTHY
OF    SPECIAL    MENTION.
A     NKW     LOT  OP    ll -ItlU.i I BU
Jus' iii, um:,. r   brown an i grwj   bai
!   i.>r   medium   or
slaSS    i i, ' ... ISc  to 50c
ODD BACK ' . IMB8  I     BACH   at
���'��������� aad  iii,��h.    R<, . ...
0i   -,   |i .....    io    i:,._    ..-
.-���'   I   25c
LADIES'
CUFF   LINKS
25c    PER   PAIR
in ci.'.' demand fur uh��i with tba
tailored shirt ��;lihih;  a new lot J,ihi
In    |.*-r pab 25c, 35c and 50c
.SILK   BHOH TUBS,  Ibe I'KK  I'AIH
Wide vik Bbot   Ui* la white, biiwk
und  bronrn
Some Special Lines Cot
ton Knitted Underweai
KNITTED  CORSET   COVERS
J5c  TO  75c   EACH
��� v- -.    I.   V   ���
i ib> aammer ��t-iKr.-. blgh ������
er   ������-. ���- . -
��� .��� ���'. Me, Mc ���
LADIES'
COTTON   COMBINATION
Knl'toi     a>: ...   _ ,
woussa. Made
llgbi i        ������'..���, ����� . .     ���
���  -   ���      >  ��i)i��-��    ki ....
fm     sui
ind . . |
LADIES'
COTTON UNDERVESTS
IOS EACH
1 I..S * . .nt . �� ���'! ���    ,  ��
i.a.'f  alaen s. aad <     sal     ....
Special t iot
S��-    IK��   ,p.c,��i   ,h.y>ing   of   Ccltcn
Undtrnnr      todly AV     _r_d��i    i -
iispia.
"BILLIKEN   NOVELTIES '
I I ������ , ....ulur Rood lurk    |i..,ik'i.    .
Mat 1'iri-    i,., i- as,  in,-- bi
. tc     Ask u> we tbem
NKW   BUTTON  M"i i.i'i*
ooly,
liKTAi'll.-Hl,..   PBABL   Bl i -
aUl   Mr.-,   nnw   In   it'i k       v
ju.t  lurivi-i   bj   pan sl   poet
.tuiiiit-av par d"/-ii ��'^c t,  p
A  BIG CLEARANCE   OF
GUIPURE   LACES
25c PER  YARD
Odd    IWIgthl    In    hiiiv i     fttlj
aad Uisss Umis, suitable foi trtmi
��iOill    ill'   -i.1-.,     kllll.,Il.il-     ��� t, III .
ral use (Oe in v ������  i ���      .ni     i.,
pir yard   ......
WASH GOODS
REMNANTS
Bpleadid   opportunltj    t.i   sav.
t.ii.iur iln-.- M'liiii.ui:-     iiutidfi-iie - I
I'lidM     In     iwltitit.     eotloiiH,   c.mil,11,
dUflkS    (.-ItiKhain .      iiiiii-Iiiih     [M-ri-.il.-
.���!<���      l.-iiKihs   viu-) in*:   fi.>m   1   '-   to
ti 1-2 >i_rdtt      ilnv.-    ii  l<iok through
tlieili        Yon    lll.iv    las    Juni    Willi;    >���'.
ne��-il
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
+++++++++++.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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