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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHIT��. SHILES & CO
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mill
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 83.
..Sl MINSTER, B  C. I''' ��� ���'���'.   M0RNINO, MAY it, IMP.
OF PtACE      SCARLEI ttVtR IN      ���
Ki.iH CQUNTRV    SPOKANE IS SEMOUSi
FIVE CENTS PER    ***   Y.
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."V Fore- Place
Future   For    Clo ���
B.C. Under I
Amusement
lemic is
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Civic Holiday Next Thursday.
.a suggestion made by a lacrosse en-
thu -nlay evening, Mayer \V. II. Keary '.sill
formallj declare Thursday, May 20, a civic half hol-
iday, in order to allow the public to witness the first
of thi   Minto cup  matches to be played here this
���  ������ the Regina Capitals being the selected victims
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RACE TRACK GAMING    PLEA EOR COLL' .
SUBJECT Of PROTEST   ON PUBLIC PLATFORM
Methodist Conference Wire.*; Twenty-Five Thousand Do_-
Asking Restrictive Legis-     lars For Columbian College
lation -Officers Elected.
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X   ' ir this dab .    His worship will bring the matter to |    x mnntty   i    .
a��l . r .t_ -i \i       i i i   '������������- '' ll"' lj  C. M
I   th,- iiotice of the council on Monday evening, when a XA. ..  ���.,...,.
"list cont :
Promised Conditionally
formal resolution will be passed.
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_ 'ri t n      -,.   t    \17     .     :     t. _   j _!   "':' Mission   Citj    will
��� 1 he second Capitals-We.-r minster game is scried- ��� r .  Magee a   the w,
j Hied for Monday, May 24 (Victoria day), which is a ; ;���     J*jg
* legal holiday, hence no acti.n on the part of the ��� I*���   n�� um '-<:-. ���        ��� .-.   .     ;
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council will be necessary
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Woman is Convinced
Burnaby Find Reveals
Fate of Lola Devere
��� ������ sd  :i .i giad��- pfiUea tntarterad and th- wedding cere
.   on To,   lay a      noon I    "<++*  wt* dispensed  -lib
w.i    Au inquest ii.iu    yesterday  on   -.
B  known  among aw  M)  (./i(.d ;o o o,, . -  .
���    ss !-i.i !*��� v.    laformaUon, and th   . - .��� returned sa
of (Ji**- opi ���   ..:.���:. recommending thai tlie
.. a       -A.,, a.-quaint*,  content.   _t   the  stomach    mould   he
.     .���,ii,  who bad     eni - m   "",. 'J\  '   '
v ott.        _nd   aii_...s     iv-   axam   _ .
Re. v   B>rne ��_.- foreman ol the jury.
vv-   -i       us ti       ��� I,. at    whi       ii..-a    at   t_c    mum. pai  ..-���
.    mom*   dtneovery, and <*  ' ittendrigh    oonducted  tne ������������
���   r,      ii '.. ne m stake n* (*u
_. .__��� i    rormal    evidence    wa
i public n i iu-
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opened   rs  sittings  ..��� eg     iod   tbi ol  ���    ten
new  president,  Rei   .aim     i       tlon In B. C when lasi    ������-..:>...- at ue
educational   inniwsmar_   .  lettei   w_..
_ad from the trnnti     ,., -i
atat    v. Ontario, ofl .....  i- ..������"���   lo-
- educational work in tn,
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i ()t;a.A... ' Etecembei     Sl,
Officers. ' ''���'"      tl ������-
.   .    ....   ��� ���    :��� ga.
R,   L.   iUrr.g,   K..   C,   i
chair.
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i won i ablte saomlng
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, i kaoa    - ���> ie    saonl ��� a -'���> ���*
,     . gaon h�� i   ti
The ..fllcers wer,- electa I  u toll
Ri .       mas Calvert   Mission Cii
presld i.v  Rev, a   E.    Roberts,  vie-l-
lOlla, :  Been Rev   H   S' Views ot Directors.
in   Vancouver,  assistant    ������ ��- *  Curtis. chairman ot tn    board
tarj . and Rev. T. H. Wi.i:., Asm rati   ' : '-*;     on "'' Lo' un' ' "'�� ��� "   -'    -* J,i
geneml aecMtnry.     Rev  R N  Poa -   '       lentlfled with the coll^tn
and A. E Roberts were also nomnuued  :'"       " :- " :-   ���  a:'       '���"'���'   h-1,:  *"*
lent     The nexl  confereni     ;';'     '���'��� ��� -"i'    d'-*'nction ot
wlll  b,   a- Nelson.       A sacram.,       establishing  tbe  Br*   college  in  tne
���   .. ������  tolloafcd, tlu  ti-**-    president Province.     He wlsbed to abon
Inlsti rtag the lord's Supper   Tbe  lhal **" *oul<l always v  a demand
ifiBH  dra;*  ol  stations  wa�� submitted   ���or a rellglooa college  in  British  Co-
(,,   , r,���,    iu.,. is.     In sending uUWren v.        b
Race Track Gambling. ��u   iu*titution   the   parents   and   -
R .   <���  \v Wbittaker rend a prelMB   (i'aQ:* ha!-    '-- ��1  '""-unity of kn
laary r--_n on temperance and mora    *'���*���  ���btl-' fulur': *��'"'' b'       ��n "��
... .   blgl   and public acboola the cbildren
I could not receive that religious, train-
.: . whl vi thy, as par- ���:,!-. desired.
Rf- 1 S. Henderson had BuppUeO
bim with :.-. I  what tb-   Pii
-   were   spending   in   d.nomnia-
itionai colleges.    wbJcb    showed  tbat.
[_���_._. U-ILTP DI1DTDT TWID $-      ' ^ b'*u rat' '��� iQ ltf'^ Tne
inUiTl II.ir.UL nUlLnl  I Ell!   h   c   Methodist eooference wns ouiy
contri stblg $4U.j.j ii   ..-a:   inward the
:   ,'olumhiaii   College,   hu:   that
i Continued on  I'.-K.  Two.
tXbLKSIONlSIS RETURN
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DRAMATIC   RtClTAL
given     ii-
Oeorge  Matthews ano  Fruv.ncUi COB-
���  -_::..   arbile vbni  bU   . f  -yiikte and Oamoa.     Medicai
��� irtber pro, I fad  evldea.   -,_��,���*��� :   .... ;.ud>* to be tu an
be    ik-i-bo:* ami    head  i aabfl s_van ed -----   ���     leoompoattlon L��i
b tb,    rt   identical wtth  _ *     "      '   ^^ v-   es
:i u( th.   > said he ��a- ,
un.
d.
1 was n,v enough, and tbe directors had
Three Hundred Visit Queen Charlotte  decided un a plan  to raise tne funds
Islands and Northern  Port���Loca
Peoole   in   Party.
\ similar  nr'ii la-.,   it,
B itnan n few da
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Florenrt   M.K,ni��,     Iwterta n��
P,,h.*n   _i��t��rs  W'th   R.��_,"rf��
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Th   Westminster aremiiers of u
o.i-null.     ti    cause  ol 'Young's  narty on the  Princess Qiai
__, had  removed tbe stomncn  1'Jl'-t mtnmea yest-rday after a pleas
n,-   ....      ,..   Mr examlnauon      I      phial near tlw  fl   ***  aiUoug..   the  ci-matic   con
....   , .,,   a. .   :. dned carbolic acid.     in dnioiw were noi everytning to be de-        ;!1   . ,.x..an., - was decldnd ����on,
U1'n   u-      ���""   ���    ;i. ,   wss  i-o    rann el  sired  during  t__  excursion, and  the  .,.;    ..     ,  ,.   uriiQ  w���r,.   hoWr��,.._
a**r,   the   OB -.    ���.   Sa   ot   p-ison   **>    ���'-'       *���        ���v-.ns.ve   M��   lnt ,no-   ,,..,    I.veloped,   and    "   "__   nol
throujiii the gansS-Sity of their friends.
iThe speaker referred to the Catholic
j church's marvelous organization as
tan ' \ ������ .) them, and went on to
- ,;. dty  of   currying  OD
coileg    waa  thv  lack of endowm  I
H   tor it.
Eoquent Appeal.
R-v. Dr. _ pprel] tutu a very c_r_'._l
reception      LAst year in hi.- aba
���^���.1.     lUi'    OUI;      H.u.a.a    O'.i     111     ^u.o--..
���������:.���     _iate of the con-   *-��� ":---   rouga   wva.li-T,
Al_.ii-    in., mji.l.   I   .   .-v,'iira.M-
excursion. tlio--e
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..... a f Mcintosh. J. P.. to exhu "���'   - to__��*��
- ��� i a Cbiam a . ������  -  - -    ih    romiaed a
��� future.
Queen ;       ������   -��� ���       i ���   ��
..  sign, . In a framn hotel,
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. ���.   wet exl im* \ - then    be party .      -   .   o the
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progress   be   hat!   wlaned.
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In some magnificent passagi a of orator;,   be dei.-laie- tn.tt th        .   M
dists ti. isi   lea] with th    , sa ot
educational advancem,       In ���   ���-
���. .. ;..-    traditions  m'.     *
church
Th,. a_ "i-i      rogi
,- ouM mean much eacri-
atui  waa  for  the  man ol
:   ,    - .-. it  I bOU(ht,   an .
affections
The.' ���   wanting    iu I
.    -. ��� mild  hu��d
"   ������      :- LK:,lf*
. .     _   t . _     . , Th*.   n.-aa      ..I,
!;'*un" Idutv   if  while  there  were college
Rupert, the city acnJ8J Dominion   thej   tailed
maintain  one on  the  Pacihe
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nnd    arbo s a
^  nuptial   knot.  Mn
.   ,......._.    .I,.--.   ���-     . " .-.I,I1_U1       I'llV      VII       >..,-       *��v...a        -..-   -
woman be waa K        -[ for, 1  ��� '   B "      '        *:'a"r ""'"""   He al-     ���    i ���-1 I    the proapec,
���     ���   ;.ii  '���*    '   ;'    esslng i "' a* l; ?'v:" the coming   mil tor which
' -nominal KHaal
>.-11111 ,<   ' iiiail      Wil.-      -a.lll-.,.      ���       IU.       ���      >       .1      ���-,.        I'--.    ��� ��� -
,    .  t hla wil     a him four |raining, but th ��� -jmflh -M t,.
.-..r-a   ago
. led
and w.,s   r'
FI).K.LIS INUHM.DUTES    CHILDREN TO CELEBRATE
TO OPPOSE TWELVE SENIORS     EMPIRE DAY NEXT WEEK
!'i;'"n-   !"" ���* �� ^��i<*._ t,. siioU]   llliiintain ���
form ., LLM_d idea of tne future ot the k>crfj ln .inectia
city. Tbe vlalwrs naturally lound
thems-lves in man., cases <iisa;)i-oiu:-
ed wiih ih. lots as marked on the
townsite map. u owing to the rugged
nature of tbi iaind much is morass ot
rock, bearing no promise of eas> fona
lege   In   ��� - nnection,   training   aud
velopin- the moral ft'r-  of   he y,
men, and the purity of its young '������
men.
Forty Thousand in Sight.
H^ said   if    they   would    only   gkve
him mate] he would make that teat.
dation :>    building.      About 1000 ,"'- tut-on
by the grace of UihI, one ot
the most i enefldal in the wwst When
he starttM ten years ago th^re were
seven  stud, tits, and  a deficit  of $17
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^boosting Canadian Exposition        |
I  at Winnipeg in Nineteen-Twelve \
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Semer��   Wil   Hav*   Flral   R*^l   Work.   B.fl  Meeting     of     Young     Loya ists
ou, of Season Tomorrow After- Planned���Lord   Kelvin   School
noon   at   Q.een s   P.uk 'S  Insured for $18,000.
bons are "> resktasos in abacka  and
���:   |irogr's>  is  shown    ���>
���   ,    proi    ��� ���-1    installation  ot     water
.a.irks.   and  the    extension  of     si.i,    ^      -- .j^*_   a��t p,rlod 1��TO St*
s  walk-       The   general   impression   la U^ h.(d        ;el Ihl-lHlgll Columbian
tint  too bltfl a price has ben set on \vMl...K       H..   wouid  [iiie th..  {nbltee
th    lota to be auctioned, at any  ratev,������,,-���,���  <1lHlM  tl,  handle.      Atiout
.4    across,
tor the present
On  tb�� way  back a visit  was
  to Swanson ��� a\. where a ptUp (actorj
i-    ���!   a-wrse of  eoii>tnii tion       J.  C
All -ch.Hil  i-lul.li-en  ui l.v-  w   win   Armstrong   showed   keen   inter,
fund  ol  $l.��..000  to  handle
140 000  was   promised
paid
Promise  of  Contribution,
i | mcellor Burwash, in au eloquent
Speech    pointed   o.it   the   magnificent
Ik, e, w 'MMp��Q, >nd M.mber of
S,     WISi   Ri,��tu,.v��   CommHtse.
^ih.',,'        have now i: t Bade
SfJVtii ''"tnvni ���f ,,������ (|..|eanti.��n
Jtte ,' ' ' ' H *tlO huvf. been tour
M ,., ;i 'he Interest of tbe pro-
h lr, fi,? exhibition at winul-
5. t:  :,   i,n|l   who  are   tn  arrive
���li     excursion,   .in
 sea at Q ��    :ii:> *- ���      ���     "-^  :-'v- m���  lack sdvwrtlslng bs
Westnimste:    did
tomorrow    tftnruoon,  osmmencing  n>  *���<*, probnWy oa  Fti.in,
���      la.     w lieu
him
opportunity  ihe province presented lor
educational development.     They must
���however,  not  waste their    resources,
*   "���     A        Ti .'.'I    proved    luxurious    on   the am, ,ht, ,   s. NV:U  to (.nsulv th0m ^em
lotJ, _        nrnlng will  be  -i"-'i��l    In exormsei   aplendldl.   appointed   Btean_er,  every- .( J;(|]| ^ suitabu, ^^ tn oarrv on
,,,.,, .,,   v.,      .p.     rllla eP    ��    �����<  aevemi soaows, and  thing being done tn make the passen- ih. ^-^opnun. 0f British Columbia
. .,���, .._-   iu- atternoon devoted In a tug puolic gers comfortahl        \n orcnestrs *sa .,.,,   (ll,.,,,ni���;in colksga had a splendid
mo     iweive      .m<   hbik : __  Q ^ h, i(| in ihe up. ia in.,i.-e. carrted,  uud  so  Impressed   were   tne ���,.Uirj.,.u lu 1)r  sipprell, but he must
tiers   :  .ii   the g.iv .-
- .a....,        |,|.|.���,         DJ.-Ba.w, ...v . a.a. ...p.       ,  ��� ���t,4J4       U.       e -* , "^ ���- a a. a.        a V-       .-.a.        ���������        - ��� -  m.
game I   considered m��rr ot s practles   .n. Hanoi Judge rtoway, win deltvei   '"->'  thai  .1  preeentauon oi   s >von [)resturi, ,,ul on inm jn reCent yar-
atrlotlo sddreesen as befits the d.i>.  with tb. names was made at tt* ciw R(,v   Dr   GiahalI1    was pu-aaed '��
dome  of    tbe    school    trustees  ami ol tb.- excursion      Ther,. willin��, be . ani ih.u u ,ivl>. j40.i)iio was in sighi.
.uii.i. wiii also spank ou the ualtj |s similar trip organised ly C. p Rnno H. ri.ul a ,i.tu,r fjxtm .hv execnl��s
'.IHI,  l.a      -.'I     a.l-a.     .-,...-     \.-u     a.,v     a.M...      ���     ,      V.    , r, , K.l       l^a...       lie      It'tlU      ��".      .'He,       ,:-.�����      ...r      a. ^.^ .
of Um  empire  and   kindred  subjects,   to  visit   Prince   Rupert,  as  hn.l   '"'�����. ,he Ma;iSU, estate that If the Math
Klaus  for  the  Oi k-hration  which   was  suggested,    owing    to th<
deckled    upon  Sl a  meeting  oi     the  proving  somewna.   slack.
board of   school   trustees yesterday
'evening will be completed later
Disobedient boya who have annoyed
bookings
NEEDS GAG.
than .ir. thing i Ins
The lutermediatee ��ill bs represent
,,i bj !" following Munn. Digby,
Marshall, ii  Qalbralth, Land, Robert
mui    11   Qlfford,  W.   Warwick.  Fit-get'-
.iM. E   waiwick, Q   riptiug, Latham,
Bwanson, Bansntat*.
Dongbe.   Sprint- will    take \M'i"v'
liniite'a place on  the senior home,  the
latter player suffering from an attack W. Nstaoa,   manual school   unu-her.
I of grippe  Tommy QtflOrd and Qaorg,   arera ordered auBpended tor one week,, Trouble at Victoria.
K.niiie are also oui  of condition,  bat   ..nd  will not  be  reinstated until  they j ��� , _g w;1
lit  is expeelad  they  will  ba able  to have ajiolo|lW(J. - Mctona  ��. t . may ^_ mutsie
llgure in their aoonatomed positions, .   It wag decide, to plac*.- umah, in- toe ��w*a l,>     ' ,h   uindu dutnrbev
The  ,n,erm.d,a,es  nM��* *�� tgm o^ LjtdKelvUl sc=    ��� I'lus ^^J^n^
Mtff_5ft-i   on. the centra,\^.RMM..a'J_^^mSJ^.
CKlists raised $75,000 by Dece_��b>. ��1.
1910 the exveutors would contribute
$35,000, and when the whole sum was
raised the first $���a.��"0 would be givea
,to pav the debt on Columbian col-
Hindu Agant of Seditious Paper Faces j^
uniforms;   the senior*
tlie Old reliable retl and iblu*
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iinorrow tmirnlnk
In   tt
'"'iipy the iwvnty tvlij
^���'^.ii. W';I1'-'""K ln *��� '""'"^ "'
W, u, PAft^SH,
��,ambar of tHe Winnipeg Ore^J*
at Winnipeg >_J*���       __��� ���
tata^lKlunclH-n.ttJ.Bj'jg,*
ihi srtaamei  lr"n  ,.,.., ttm- a vw
ran down the Nartb  \ " "��� ���    ro.
^m ter the *��������� 0JJ��tb9 wg
__!  mt2.J_i"-m       .e.tbe rive, tnp_
Vrns. ,   It ver ��llS SlWAU     ^..^
memboi- ol tne i����' _���    , h������
1 " ""P.v the iwvnty odd  Hie  meinl*-,'" '"    '','���.. nf Ur *�������
'"' ...i hour and B halt- on *al. prIfkta onr sl,oitl> f
tl  tliry   will  ��^. "eOt.--  lo'clo^k.
'L'.CROSSE  WILL  boOM
IN COAL CITY THI* VtAR
\analmo, n C May 13.���Naaalr.io-
|iiei are assur��>(l of a stellar brand of
i lacrosse this season. Wast tHRht a
large tiumtiei of lacrosse plfcyer and
their supporters met in -th. parlors
of the WltitlsOr hotel Ibr the purin-se
of organitlng for the toming BeS-^^n.
Needless to say thl- Mating was t+tj
enthusiastic b-cubse when ��� lacrosse
plavers congr--gbt;v tte meetings are
characteristic of the game itaetf���full
of llfe-and vtndr,
Tbe following officers were 'elect. _
for tbe coming seaa-n: fVealdent.
Will r. ^<Trrls: vltv-presMentiiOeorge
Cavalsky; sectvtary, M. Taytort'treas-
nror. U Horn,-. lt was decided t��
��l��'t the executive oommttte. at a
���later daft*.
���    The   smoke   stack    on   UM  wuirai i���*���*--���.",    ��� ~ v,Trb       The nnnl'il an
school will be raised twelve or sixteen ___*** ^Jtt_ nair tbTls.-   o
A on, -room .school, which M_fMMM Hie papa r the u*
i vet.
'Ill    T��yiliiV��   ivwwi.    *���-   r���m	
cost of about $1��',0
MINIbTER OF LANDS WEDS
FORMER PREMIER'S DAUGHTER
Victoria, ft C, May 13���Quietly and
in the presence of only intimate
friends. Hon P. J Fulton. British Oo-
lumbla minister ot lands, was masrieo
thla afternoon to Miss Winifred Davi*>, i vh^o.*- B. C. May 13��� Edward N-
daughier of a formw premier ot Writ-1 cikrk.', who walked across Canada
ish Columbia and granddaughter or . w$th Leo Marchant, arriving April ti.
���-���- .-..��� .   - ���>...    ....lie,.,   _tst.s.   _mi .,.,,lltvnee- to four months' linprts-
express.
Kamara tigti"'* ���� th�� P0"^ ����u"
every week on charges of blackmail
brought by fellow Hrahmlns. H. extorts tnon.y from them to promote rebellion In India.
LONG DISTANCE WALKER
JAILED FOR FORGERY
Loading at  Fraser Mills.
Four of the Weir and Howard Une
vessels are either toa.img or chartered
to load lumber ai rlaser Mills for
Australia. The Century is Bttll H*
lng on cargo, but it is nearly finished.
The Clan Machines ison the way trom
San Francisco to Come* where sbe
will coal before she takes on ber shipment The lnvvTKK-y. which will
shortly leave C>uayma�� will follow tli*
Clan Macinnes and the Yvddo, now oo
ber wav io San Francisco from 'he
Antipodes  will follow the Inverstay
Thi-H-ilore Davie, the luoneer state.s
���an The Heddlng took place at the
home of A K. McPhillips. the bride's
brother-In-raw, and the eouple >*ft 'Jr
a abWt trip up Vancouver Island-
dnment yesterda.-. for passing bogus
cheques purporting to be signed by
The Seattle TtrtK-a on local banks nnd
grocers.
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THE   DAILY   NFWR.
FRIDAY, MAY 14
190.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a
thi
_ man had gold dollars to SSlI a    fifty  cents Snd did  not  let  the people know anything about it. he would not sell any.      You  mus,  tell  the  people what *   U h IVS to ..II. why they should   purch-i0    ,,..
ng of the vie you offer them i���  return for their money       Too many c, in have got into the habit of thlnk.nfl that because we have been a long thn. In bu.ln... ev.ryon. mu.t of n.ces.lty kno*
wares.      Use the advcrtis ng columns of The D.n'y News and keep abreast of the times
PERSONAL.
LOST.
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial life companion tor
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
WANTED
WANTED���BOYS    AND    GIRLS   AT
can factory   No dangerous employment     Apply In the morn aga
tween 8 and    '.��� o', "��� ���*���    ���'' ('in *
Son,   Slxtl   stree	
WANTED    A PAINTER. APPL. JOB
oorner Second street and Third ave-
LOST���A LADLES' QOI-D WATCH
Finder please return to thla offlc.
Reward. 	
LOST���A GERMAN TEXT-BOOK IN
Queen's park on Saturday afternoon
Finder plea-., return to I olun   11
College or this Office. 	
LOST���A SILVER BADGE ENGRAV
ed   "Provincial   Revenue   lav   Oo.
lector." Howard on returning mm ���
to Daily Nt wa offlce.
GROCERY
FOR i HE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
, v;. , phone 186     The Puts i ood
,  Grocery, P. f)   Hox 811,
LAND   5URVEY0R.
W, N DR -PER B. ('. LAND SLK
rreyor, Ellard block, New Wast
mlnsti r.  B. C
PRINTERS.
\\ ESTMINSTER PRESS FOR BVEK.
_ mi oi   Job printing;    besi  woi,
onabl ��� prlcei .  Phone 55, P  O
,.   us      Old  Daily   Nee ���  bl k k
tth itreei
THEATRES.
REAL   ESTATE.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
viv
WANTED TO BUY SMALL HOI SB,
$50 down, balam, a rent. Applj
i>   ii   Box 937,
WANTED ��� LADY HOUSEKBEP-R
to take charge of family and n si-
dence during the aibeence of owner
for three months Best of rel ���
encea required. Apply io E. A, P
Daily News, Hex 29, City.	
WANTED���TENDERS FOH CLEAR
ing two acres at Edmonds Junction.
Apply Walker Bros.. Edmonds.
WANTED���POSITION    BY    BRIGHT
.lapan.-s. who baa wide experienc,
in cooking and domestic work. Tel.
137      39 Beg.:ie street, city.
WANTED��� MINING-ROOM GIRL Al
once.     Apply Guichon Hotel,
WANTED���YOl'NG WOMAN PRi>S-
ers. Apply at once Royal City D>*e
Works.
TO RENT- Furnished room I >���
niiiiii. i br, akfast 11   I wire l Apply
Mra  Emett, 327 Third str ��� *****
i ar line.
ROOKS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOI .-.
to let In suites of two for light
housekeeping. All ateam-heat* d
with hot ami cold (rati r, gaa
range and electric light rerma
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room .. second floor.
TO RENT���One large furnished    ���
room, also one small  imv.      T.this
reasonable.     Apply    W    Victoria
street
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
C. HAMBEK. ACOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 14, Guichon block. N- w
Westminster.     P. O. Box 796
LAUNDRY
Will IE,  SHILES  fi   CO
   r  .:  i   tat    and  Insurance   -g<
City,   1 ir:n   nnd   I I0UI b ui    Vi I
la    reai
.   , RENT  I'i RNISHED   . i\    .
ROYAL den   '      v    Eli i.   av, bus d
t.      For      \ tm onvi r car 11       -.    ,
ROYAL  CITY    LAUNDR.
Avenu    and   Blackle
just one week  mere we will wash   n,  K(:vr   FOURTH    BTREET  Hi
��� ��� ' ilna and       I to     25,     si       DW   Third    aw,
pali      Tski  a v ,������v.- .... u.    ,- :,i ui ;,. r d ..i.tii.
��� ' " TO   RENT    FIVE-ROOM ll"1 UKU.N
LIVERY   STABLE. Prim >��� a sv  ��� ���   . n -lit   . B  p  :
I'MIN   1 ER    OPERA      HOI si-.,
W    N    .Vi'      n,,e .,
Sp. Ira tions  ; rovtded during
\,i. -     . ��� oOlcs
Btor,
THE I D1SON THEATRE    ' ORNISH
,   .isi  i ii btb      High
���  pl, i it' .   hi i im-.-,i songs,
p      .-. , i mgnd Monday, w adaea
'. i*
WOODWORKING
WESI MINSTER WOODWORK I
ink. offli
lr, showcases, menu
letali woi i
Work ��� ���
r <.   - . isi, pnon,
i. '
iu tba  ��� ���
���
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FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
���
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RING   IT    -
Slllit: i     Vi:
ll
FOR    HACKS  AND  H .LE BROS  .. CO . LTD . RJ
The   Fashion   Btn       late and Insurance,  Phon        ���   '*'
Columbia str, et, P 0 draw, r 10 '
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street,    Ni *���  w, t-
minster.     Manufa, tun i ��� ol cat
saw and    shingle   mill macblnery,
Mil]   plants  .md  bj e, Ifl atlona   ;
pared
ABBOT]  _  S. i'li. (V. II. C. Aiv   '
Manager)     R- U  ���  tate,  In
loans, notaries public, ooi i ���
. .
I'h"-..    .:
WANTED���A YOl'NG AMERICAN
business man, of good busineBs
ability, desires employment Or a
working interest .c a good legitimate
business. Fuliy competent to take
r*harge of an ordinary business; nt-
teen years' experience in grain business both interior and terminal;
has and will travel; desires a personal interview. W. N. Uemis,
Hotel Irving, Vancouver.
SITUATION WANTED ��� YOL.-U
man, ��1, English, want- stendy work
in city. Box .57, Ne . Westminster.
WANTED���Girl to assist In housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
MONEY 70 LOAN.
TO LOAN���PRIVATE FUNDS. A
L.   N. city.
  ARCHITECTS.
W.  D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room ll. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN   G.  W.  SA1T,  ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 9 :*
ELECTRICAL WORKS. *
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS
McKay, manufacturer nnd Importer
of tiiounmental tombstones, bu iding
stone, etc. Satisfaction gnaraat, Bd,
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and - ip| lies, house wiring,
armature wiring motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone :; 11   P. O. Box 118.
NURSERY.
ELOCUTION.
FOR   SALE.
HELEN BADGLEY. TEACHER Of
elocution, physical culture and dramatic art. Every Monday, 3 to I
p.m., Knights of Pythias hall, or
9.2 Hnmby street. Vancouver.
'Phone  B858S.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
THE ERASER VALLEY Nl KSKK1E-,
Ltd.. Burna.y Lake���For healthy,
bomegniwn fruit trans phone 44.V
HENRYS NI'RSERIES - PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, tree-, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road. Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancourrr
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
;i.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   IH him
j    Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and  Sai.i'.i
house   painting,   kaisomining.  paper
hanging    and     decoravng       Sixth
street, New Westminster,
FOR SALE��� TWO FRESH MILCH
cows. Apply W. EL Madlll, Royal
City Realty Co.
FOR    SALE ��� SPLENDID      LARGE
lots   in   Sapperton    almost   cleared. ,
close to car line, cm the easy terms
Of $26 down  and  $5 a month.      Q
McGill, Phone B4���6;   Box 395.
FOR SALE���A TWO-YEAR .1,1)
colt, about 1U". pounds, unuroken,
Percheron stock. Apply Andy Toi-
mie, Hammond, B. C.
THIS LICKS COCKF1GHT1NG.
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOT.S
when you can have 2 1-2 acres ot
land 1-2 acre cleared and planter]
with fruit trees on tbe main .ort
Moody road, 3 miles from Westminster postoffice; permanent water, for
$450, or
2S ACHES FARM LAND, 12 CI'LTl-
vated, good 7-room house and barn
on Eraser river, 600 feet deep water
frontage, wharf on property, 4 miles
from Westminster; close to railway
trackage, stores, post office, etc.,
for $1500 cash; balance 3 years or
$6600.
OR SALE���GOOD TEAM OF H0R8-
weighl about 1100 t.. 12 10 lbs
each; sound In every r����s__&ct, and
showy (can ibe seen any time).
Cook _ Ross. Front street, opposite
Market.
ARTHI'R O'CONNOR, POLLTRY
breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth .'.vonue, New Westminster, P.
O. Box 425. Pure-bred Cockerels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Biff Leghorns, etc.; *-_kb for
hatching Write    your    require
ments.
BGGS FOR HATCHING���S, C. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per sitting of 13. Hans Voglsang. poultry
expert, 816 Keefer street, Vancouver, B. C.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE AWL
Corner of Blaeki.. -and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable fur horses. Horses
for  sale.      R. terenc,  furnished.
    PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLKY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on aals at M Morey.
Statlonery Siore, J. c, Oamon's'cigar divan, F Mackenzie's drug stor,..
and  "The  Fair,'  Columbia  v.**-et
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS BARRIH-
ters .md solicitors, Blackle block
Columbia street, N.-w  Westminster.
W. .1   Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds.
SETTLERS   tSStCtATl   S     .   "
���P. it   Hruwn. manaser, P   0   H',i
phone 8 I
C-ROOM   HOUSE   ON   EIGHTH   -1
���   otrlc luiil     11500.   hjisy terms
1  ACHE  IN  BURNABY   CL08H  TO
. ar in.' . 11 mliiites from dtj   11
M.ADAM   -   li V.. ; . 'Mill A  ST.
i,.; osli . Boa ��, i,
phone IM Real aetata sn 1 Insurance, money to loan. Call and SSS
our list of city, suburban und farm
property before purchasing eli-o-
where.
FDR SALE���ON  MAPLE  RIDQ1   ll
'     acres     of     ex. client      land;   I   acres
cleared, th�� lM.lanc- sisuhed, 12
-.. In strawb.-rrii-s a quantity of
blackberries, 120 trail tn i_. g 7-
rood house with ���* : !������ v.-ra_ida.'i.
elilcken hom,., .'. .��� . ..nv-n'oni
���..   ehnrebea,    school,     and   railway
���iti'>n: g'��si roads ind In a good k>
������allty; an Ideal | la���-,��� far a fruit
f irm ;   for  qui' k     i ���     I'. *5 I
:   ..  ..  :���'     UtlT.  LODOE   NO  II
���'     '���     Idle   i
���   ��� ' ���    la ,     I
v.i th.    Laud K- ��� i  '
.-., se, ���  ��� ..    -
KOBE OF    COLUMBIA  LODG1 within I
ii".. Bona "'    i v i   i    li   8    Red jdsl
'    u"       :���   ' - I
WeutiS     ' ���   o(  each   nvont t;
I   I,   .     ���    l -.  . ,      .   �� t  oi
In  I.    ol   P   ball    Agni i  Streel    i
p iii       Whits    It" .   1" .   '      toon ���'  '- '"!   ��l-hln Btt,
iv   in < :i '��� h. sam,
.rn I i la. ���       ���        i bretbr,     ���. ; .-,,��� . .    b of r,
ggf{?.XT^ !" "'���	
, ������ ���   tins up any claim 10 ,..- In r,
\   ..   I    w     FRASER LODOE NO       >,       , ,, ,_���,,   ... ,   ��,.,,
*.:     .       IbnftraU nd third  I  ��� '     "  "_ ' *"
day in each month    Visiting brett   wrporstlnn ol  lbs  TownaS     ���
ri-n   eordlall)    invited   to   sttendJtrici of Mim-ii.n u owner I
Lodj ���   ���-       L O. U. W  ball, (Md
Clarkaon stree,
f. ���
An! I ber*'.*.   *:r. cl  thai ; ���
COURT BltrsF.TTE. NO   '"���   l".     ��� '  ih.a  notice    (Of   thirty    da..    - i
M'.t, vi,. fourth    Fi iday    In    th, , dail, m-w-paper     poMlsbed     mS.
nionih   at    B  oclock,  In  th.   small l__  ,.,  _
h.,1.   (i.i If- lows' Mori. U.-ttnln.l.r  wl.]   t*  ^ood    and  BSg
  rt.nt  aerrlcr  thereof
FRATERNAL  ORDER  OF   i . .i.im.       __,   . .     ,     _  ���    .
Kettt N"  :���'    M-". .'.������.   i -ana.     ,***** w ,h' Un<5 n"��*'r- ' *
evening m ���>    pm   in   tba ._��Kim . ^'"w Wsatwlnstaf, province of B.tisfei
hail. Oalambta streat    a  ctarft  w    OnlamUa, this <th lay of April  *.
Prss    ii   B bat aid   aecretary
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    _    CAFE
Tlckeis,   21   m.-als   fur   11 Home
cooking, aii white cooks; no Oriental labor employed Opaa lay and
night.      Opposite 'ram ..-t.*e
ROYAL CAFE - Mi      .rebel   propria.
tre-"i        Four com onsl -ting or
soon, fl.��h. boiled entiwB or roast,
pudding nr pie, I   i, ooffbs   tt milk.
SONS ui' BOOTLAND BENEF11   IS
ruK-i-tl.m.   Lord  of   tba  l+tnn   '
i ���'    st,-..'�� i.n  the fl--'    sa i third
Tw ads      f evei    month In K   i-f p
hail     Chief, w   Bauwrlaad
-__-. ��� ~--- ������ -��� . M-.-i���   i    i .in i,  i,  ������ ,...,_.���,.,... i_.,-���i..i ,mmm
1 0 i> f ROYAL env i-oi*..,
No | Me u in Oddfellows1 hall
Columb a ��'.!.. ���-.   Friday Svea
lng  at  ti  o'clock      Vl��illng   tir.thr- n
will   br  mid/,   wlrnme   (J    R   l.i
(ff, Q ; C I Oabwae   r O, ia,
Ins 5P<-rr-tary
OTHER FRATERNAL -OcTbTIKM
includ- th.- Union Lodge, No 9. A
I     F   :.n|  A    M     King  Solomon   LodgH
N"    17,   A    F    .    1    \    M       I.   0    ..
1 -.,1.
C   ���   KEITH
Dlntrlct Beglsl
To   H-nry   M^nrirv.   Vfarla   !    I
I.    H    M"r-h'>n      .John   ICohnnas
and Wllfl in Nsal
NEW   WESTMINSTER  ClT .
ASSESSMENI.
Court  of  Revision
Kotlas in bei ���... giv, n tk i
Basement roll for ih~ yeai   I
No   UM; I. ii  I.   No  ISM; Oom \   tmin rataraad to me, sad r,
B ipp, rton, No   itgl   l   ii   F.; C   ���
F    Oonrl    Wn minster     N ���
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON ,_ AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. WlndsOt   Hotel.
WADE,  V.HEALLER _ MoQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A   Wh.iil'r. W
G.    McQnAnle),     Solicitors,   Harrl -
tera, eU    il L/irne street, o;ij<i ,������
oourthouse,      New     Westmlnstei
(Phone It'll, and  the Vancouver of
'    flee la at No   5, Royal  Hank Chambers, )M.   Hastings  Street  w.   r
STENOGRAPHY    A     TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN HCNTING. ROOM 14,
Gulchon   :���- " I'   O.  Box 694
CUSTOM BTBNOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, bnstm -
tetters, el Provtaos ofltos, Co
Itiinb!.. itreel      Pbone ,'.2
inj   nflOa   wbi rc  it   tuay   iH   ..
bj   SB)     per- hai iir     ,,r.
t/ierein. until th.  sit.Ins ol
Brotbi rboo I of 1 rwla   Nasi  n.i   .'.���
if) tm.   ni*   , r .di   new wkm
v. ��� ��� Board   f Trade meets ta um ,",( >{ev'��k,n
board mom   city Han   s.s foUows: ������    Im nr��i sitting nl the .��� m
Third  Thursday    of    each    montli.    vig_a_| ofl tbs Mid a*ii'-s��m��;i,
trterl,    meeting    on Om    unra   ,r. ,_,.,., a[ :>   ,.)(v fu,.   ,, th, ,������
I b'l-miay of E^brmri   May, Angnst
and  November, at  8pm       Annual
i 11 iv w dneaday,
th'
'
��� seringa on tba third Tbnradaj ocissay i- '-��� !��t 1(1 o'cloek   in tb,
Februnrv      New   members   may   be   uiv.n
FURNITURE.
W.   E.   FALE8,   THE   FURN11 I RE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
���v.- Agi)-.- ami McKenzie atreets,
Phone it.;, night call .1.
GEORGE E MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor Gulchon block 00
lumbla and McKensis Bts., Nea
Westminster, B. C
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   \M>  SELL  FURNITURE
and  all   kinds of new and  ssoond
hand goods      A Speck, near 'i i
offli ������
. OS, d and elei '��� ���! ai   iir.   m'-ntii
or   'iiiarterii    meeting      C   II
- ��� .     '.'. sde, secretsfj
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
lake i.otice thr an sppimstlon ha;
a-i>    parson   Intending   to    i
a*-.��lnst the n��s'-ssnirnt muot   i-
; '.-rltlna to tw file.1 with thl   I
. at    Ua  i   seven   dSJTfl   before   th.    fl**��'
���fUlng of the court
w
TV'LORS.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER JOALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TA1
Solicitor imd Notary Public Curt ��� loring. \ new line of ring sunblock, Clarkson Btreel oppo , ing just In Button making, press
Ci irt House, p. 0 Boi IM Ta lng and repairing n sixth Btreel
tphons M,  phon.' ici.'.o.
\   DUNCAN
(';-.    I
Cltv  Tlnll.    _prtl  7,  1001
��� ��� :i v , li  !,, .    later tbg oorporatioi
<,f th.   Township or DtatriM .,t Mia
, ���-.    et tin- o-ii.: -ii .-.-.��� simple   _n
ib r s isx as the ooil, i h     ���-������-������������-���������������������-
of Mission Muni to make Vour appeal te tba .
rown  : I . or  In trie!   of        through the tolumnt of THE DA<;
U       ��� ii,   besl v v.   .1 . ���   ,,l NEWS.     The   Morning   P.nr-r
SIMPLE WASH CURES ECZEMA.
Why   Salves   Fail   While  a   Simple   Ll
quid  Has  Acorripiished  Thousands
of Cures.
It i.- now tboroughl; establl bi d
among the besl m. Heal antborttii
iiini eczema I mn ., slm ill ea
du.- m a genu, anil .viable only
through the skin it. is not a blood
disease at all; in fact, thousand) Ol
icoplt. suffer with skin disease mid
are perfectly heal toy otherwise, and
thereby prove they have no diseased
blood.
Smeary .salves cannot reach the
g.-nns because the. do not penetrati
the skin. The only wa> to reach the
gi rms is by means of _ penetrating
liquid,
Such a liquid can be obtained by
simply mixing ordinary oil of winter-
green with thymol, glycerine and oth-,-
healing agents, Tnls compound,
known as i). u. D Prescription, Btops
Hie Itch instantly���and the curea ail
appear to be permanent In fact, it
look thousands of cures, case aftei
iuse, before the best scientific sathor-
jib's wore convinced of the abeolute
merit of this rem. il\. u D. D. Pries-
ortptlon kills the germs in the Itching
skin Its effect Is s.-en within one
I ut,. after the first application.
We especially recommend 0 D, D.
Soap in connection with the treat-
ii, mt,
FRANK MACKENZIE.
Poi free sample iboitle write to The
D !' D. Laboratory, Departmenl N.N.,
;:    Ionian sin- i. Toronto,
Race Track Gaming
Subject of Protest
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reform u.,rk, following which tbe con-
feence adopted a r nobi Ion -hli h
telegraphed to Sv Wilfrid Laurier and
H. L. Borden, urging the paasag ol
li gl ilarlon to auppri i ace ti ick
gambling in li. (.'., pointing oui that
the roa.ii cltlaa were being flooded
wiih undesirable persons from the
i vi'-,i States.
Exchange   Greetings.
Mrs. Beits, president, and  Mrs, Mil-
liken,  presented  the greetings of the
[Women*.  Missionary society, taplain-
lng what  had  been don�� in  the past
three days' session.      The  grfptlnga
were  reclprooatt-d  and  afieiwai.i   Dr
Spencer, organisser of the local opi ion
league,   was  introduced   by  Rev.  S.  .1
[Thompson, and gave a brief address.
Rev. T. e  Holllng, of tha Metropolitan  church,   Victoria,   who  has,  come
to the coaai alnce the last conference,
was also in,���,iln, ,-d.
<i A Lxive, a former minister who
lefi the conference on account of III
h' alth, wa !���>��� .iiiirniiiic.il, and a resolu
Hon was puss on the motion of Rev
H. N Powell, ni Nelson, sreloomlng
any mlnlsti r probationers who came
during tile : ar \ resolution of nym
pathy with it. v. James Turner was
passed, and K.-v. and Mrs. W. L. Hall
arete congratulated In passing through
,ih.. Fernie Bre In safety, though losing.
TWO ACRES
NEAR  CITY,  ALL  CLEARED, FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE  HOUSE,  STABLE  AND      OUTBUILDINGS ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE     FIRSTCLASS   SOIL,      .2.00.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON/Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
o*oaoaoao*oK)0*o*o*oaoaoao o��o*o*o��o*o*ooaoaoao*o*o*o
The White Pass
and Yukon foul?
for    CONRAD,    CAKCltOSS,    AT. IN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON und F   lit
HANKS. Dully train,  (e-.ept San   .   r
j carry ing passenger, mall, ciprens   .nd
,i freight  connect   wllh   singm   at   Car
.'ro     and  White Horse, maintaining
lis thorough winter service.
For Information apply to
J, II   ItotiERS. Traffic Manager.
."���'��� i rihlng in tbe conflagration,
Statistics.
The rr-j^ui nf the siiulHtlcal commit
tee  was presented -by  R>.-v    Tbotnni
Green    li showed: M��.'iiilh-rshl|i In full
782. on trial ]_]0. total HO.'IB, llier.ii.,
716 ' v.. huiiieiis. .Hi; limn-as.'17 Hap
Infani 567, ndtilt 72, toiai B.tf,
''' i ' - 60; connexional funds %���',;,,-
947, Increase $1686; inlsHionnry turd a
$19,933, Increase $1012; clrcull pui
P�� ' $142,966, Increase $2r>,r,!,l; inin-
'' I aupport, total received 1.8,534,
Increas. 17771; total raised for all pur-
i"'       $217,557, IncreuHi- $31,4::*,;  num
...  '>< preaching pis,,    24_   tnores
,n; new ehnrebea u, v,,iu,'. $70,H5u
new parsonages 6, value $19,660
Home qii-siions w,r. aakad as to
whether the number ol preaohing
iilacos should Includ. governmenl
sopools and other bulldlngi not
'"Bglng to th,  iii-noi inatlon
cohferenc-   seemed
pojlii.
be report  of tin
ilan college will
riieie will be '.   ���
evening.
divldod
hill
on
be
lhe
ths
1 ��� tors of
be   received
Goto-
ptlon service In
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Wssiminster Branch.
Wssk Day Scheoule.
Cars loavo Vancouver for New Westminster ai 6:��0, 6:50. 7:20 und 8:0U
am , and evory half hour thereafter
until   11:30  p.m
Cars leave New  We-itiiiln-der for Van-,
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7.20 and
8:00 a.m., anil every half hour there]
ufler  un(II   11:00 t�� ">���
Sunday Schedule.
Curs leave Vnncouver for New West- j
minster si I 00 tad I ������������
. rarj    half   bom    t_
11 .in p m
Cam leave N. w W .��tiiiin lar f<
.   -iver nl  S:00 ii in.,  nnd <v    )
hour thereafter until 1" 00 p ��   l-i '
car 11:00 p ni
D. J.  McQu-rrlt. Local   Manager,  Ne.v
WaHtmlnster.
Grsat   Northern   SsHWSjr.
Lv N,W. !): II am.; ur   BSattlS  I
I.v. N w, 1:81 P"i : U Ssattlu W p.��-
Lv. N.W. 12:10 .a m ; sr  Basttls I I ���
a m
Lv. Seal tie 8:10 am ;  sr   WW. I P ���"���_
Lv. Seat lie 4:2..  p.m :   Br,   N.W   1:61
p.m      ��    '
Lv. Simttle 11:30 p.m ;  ar
am.
N.W. I ���'
q   f__ ft .���Port Gulchon.
leaves New  W.-itminster PO  T��SS-
day  at 10 am., return'-  at I P ���"���
city.      Leaves  Thursday.  4  p ">- ��r'
riven In city Friday X: 17. sin   LSSVSS
Friday at 3:r,o pt���. srrlrsi In ��.
3aturday al  !��� am.
Leaves r<>rt Ootoboa si i i"'1
Tuosday,  0:30  nm.  on     I ""���*���
tm am. Sa.ii-'dHy.     Arri^J ��*JJ
oulcho. 6 p.m., Thursday aad Frios; MA*/ W.  'N9
THE  DAILY   1.EW8,
FACE THREE
^inJhcA-El2^zrCaj^a's   Newest,
Greatest   Flour���Continues  to  Growjn
the User's Favor.
-ROBIN   HOOD  FLOUR
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ROEIN      HOOD
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The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
SOID   BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
CALGARY HAS A
YOUNG AERONAUT I
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Now Theory and Hopes
For .Success in Avia: ion.
v   i.   Land
at 324 Bla   .
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BARLEY
Still Making j
Friends
Victoi i   B. C, Ma;   11   ��� ���
Braekman-K r Mining Co.,
Ltd:
l)'-ar Sirs.
Wa bave   b, ��� a   using Ca*ve*r-
hill's  Barley     rial-.       i   - narlv
in our   family dm i
months with . atl
tion   tbey sn a.
abh jiroducts
of wheal and oati and
V;, '.
i iir  chlldr, a   six  in  nun.  ���
all ei v      i bei ���
11   rapid!;  grow  ">
popular!' ..,.. >���
meti*i   eoome known.
Yours truly,
l';IIi,!.lf' .1EI Nfcl
Tni_  Is  no.  our staterrent
AsW yOui or'.-._r for package. 15c. Also 'or a ten-pound sack
Barley Flour���We have a ne/, book of recipes containing 24 recipes
for making bar e/ bread, scenes, rolls, gems, etc., mailed on application or can  be  *-ad at our otfv.e.   Front  street   by  calling.
Qua: ty cf  ���- <   flour guaranteed.
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
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Made  of Saskatchewan's   Best   Wheat,
"Robin Hood Flour" is in Every   Way a
Superior Flour.
v ......   :
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Has  Model  Made.
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no engine,   ll
from      be    aoo
dder ta Wa    .  ... km
'   '' T Tow
:.--...-    .. t. to taecrow*
���i...  -   '        Brum  -
... cUned to make a tmm on the ������-���
.... ������������,. the stalls *ern, bui ������-
'        '  '���"  ��� h��rT r_Z     R   _ _
���������*���    '": '     ' l*or* ''        :r��mir|C _*J_��r  : T.     .'
, if'.. be animal with a 3--C-U. - r.volver.
��� uw-  _. -.camef^mCiiesrnuttnou^
vi-   its_U    ....    tram "'��������� ;tshhis,'? ^ '.   .   _���
' :',"in ^^ B��,8^n -
'l",'re;- ��2��i w,.,m
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Bi.ll.IN.HW! BtSltliEB
BY BIO BLACK HEAR
Brum  Seeks  Vegetables  on  the  Public
Market and is Killed by a
Rancher.
V    . ..
.      .���-.       ���    '.:������_���
t-of-way and Docl
:i   m   plain
.1 ��� 1 curious citm-ns who
MAT '���'��� "_ "*DA
1^ s  * .iV    mt,   lm l    '*>-   -      rt   iWn
I Mad -W ^Wt-SflJ!
h      ARE      ���
It la to tbe advantage
of cv.ry hoasekeepei.
in Canada to _-*-- tv.-.n
Ms-'-__k:r~ Powder.
(iillett's P:riuffl;d Lye.
Imperii:! " ._:r_ Pov.   ���_
G'.ttctt's Cream Tj.-lar.
Rrjy-l Vc ist Cakes.
<_ llett _ .-���'lominoth Clue.
Mejiic fJ_-i_j Soda.
Ci'.lett'j Wufciaf Zr\ <tal_ |
MADE FOR OVER
SO YEARS
t W. WLLETT CO.. LTD- T_*onts. Oat
GYPSY   FORTUNE  TELLERS PROSECUTIONS  TO  FOLLOW
CROSS INTO MANITOBA SUNDAY  BALL GAMES
\ This is the
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Beef, Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
Wtni    eg. Ms v Van.    ivi       ..    1 '. ���Through writ-
red   foaiafitay
P. J. Fulton   the acting at-
.; :  ayor Of     Nort_
[boundary  liom   Minnesota ....   v. 11   rty to proceed
i inn-   on this < ��� :     .he promoter-
' in tli.    as-.-hall game I *
shore  ..n   May   1. I e-
. -  w i,l be started aa i e
I *
������        - ..!- itaclti   e-
v     ���  -pinion ot
ack |t] - lng of Sun-
feaalona
-i win  be
: Opportunity x
+ x
Look  over  Henry's  catalorue ���
and make out ycur crder 'or +
* Pacific  Coast
:
���;;nc in Larson _
... r.sus ol opinion
i    . ��� ���  ���   ��� .        ied then will hava no effeat on
���a.lla-li     tl
i  was    Lam
| _ hey b�� b thi
| . -        ' '��� ��������� I   ���
.   fortune '���
I      : -������ - ���      ���������
I - - .si iwent.  in tbe part..
blldrea.
ANCIENT   EXHIBIT.
, of
���
: rosei utlons  for  tb.
Tested Seeds ���
Plant-, Bi.e 8uppHes, etc. *
No windy as-n'v to annoy you. J
Xo damage from fumigation.  No ���
dels. - of customs. ���
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HENRY'S:
I Nurseries:
YOU -PRESS  THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO THE  REST.
J. P. Galvinf
Mummied     D.nosaur   Has     Been   Dead
For Three Million Years
Offices,  Gre.nhou.es and  Seed-
houses, 3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver. B.C. Branch Nursery,  a
South Vancouver. ���
It
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w ��������� -.lank Lis many customers
Beatile   Wash ,  Ma.   11���Some < * ^
national   f,)'   ;!' ���" patronage    durini.  the past
jew s, ring Goods for pa��nts, Oils and Varnishes
lilies and Gentlemen
''-1 Has   of    ni;��t. rial      fur
1 ': ���  atumaa und sulU.-ig. I,**
Nat .
' -tsriates s parfsat fit and gooi
*U,ll��l.,!.
When you have made up your '"ind to do som# painting.
r.member that is pay. to use paint or varni.h that will stand In
ill  v��_*��her*.
Elephant psmt i. made from the purest of oil and lead, and
the coloring, in It are the vsry best that can be ustd and ar��
mlxed by .sparls wt��o thoroughly understand ev.ry branch of
the   pa'nt   busin*.s.
Our lm�� of varnishes and ��t��ins Includes ths following: Jap
lac   BapUc   Berry Bros. Hard Oil    and    Varnishes.    Standard
���r-nlshee, and WHkln.on. Hsywood A Clsrke'. famou. Engn.h
line  o*   vaml.h...
*ING YUENij. J. TRAPP & CO^ Limited
**�����_ On Wo A Co.   Block,
Coluni,,
iw
and   Mclnnss   Sta
P. O  Box 686
Summer Goods
__ i.     JU3T ^R��iVED.
^ ���     '���  oai.rlaJ you   want  tot
'   "-���'- to order.   Parted nt ��n��r-
unti.^d.
. _ui,....,
hEE CHUNG
s.0 Jjerchant Tailor
��� D0X 6M, Ntw W���tmmst.r
Oppoati, Wtna,0r Houl>
Easter-brook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR!
Imperial      f      -       $7.00 pwbri.
Hungarian Jewel... $6.50   ��     ��
Terminal $5.00   ��i|��
na   /\      -__:_. _?. To,   FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuame & to . 	
MONT ��THBtT. New Weetmlnstnr. Telephone S9S.
-   -   al
ital  bas  gone  back  tbraa million
.   io  Bah  up ai.  exbibit  for  tne
Alaska-Yukon Paclfle   iExposlcton
v  ., tter  from  the fovernmenl  ��� a
position iicent des, ribea I   ss a "mum
mted dlnosaui   oi iracbadon,   bul i ,
Ln tt i   la worae than tl ���>    It nil]   ���-
,.;i  ., addition   to
���oui  I '���   -   arl o   w:ii   gatbei   bj   thn
tbe    ga . - ii    on
JUU.'   1.
\,,t   in-i.       ���      i'.-i,.ti. ,    1 i.i.li.i.i   ���
antecedentia   i>  known,    nothing    in
tact, . sei v tbai hs died suOdenlj  in
Wyoming on  an axtranael.   bo,  day.]
i ; iging  from  ih,   p lattion  in  wbtch
tin   remains  were round  b.   Ut
'11   _t. :u erg.  it  .1 ed  *'i'b  its fe. t   in |
tbe sir and then la) out in the hen, tor
two ni  three -bonaand  y.ar.-. wnicn
ifottiitiiit.iy   ter  posterity,  mads it  a
iimitim.'   Instead ot a dislocated bs��1-
[con, tor the --lain of the  bv-'-u  la in-
tact, nd1" i    verj  nfbcb    amnkled tt*
becomes ripe i>ld agv-.
Thr dinosaur is now being prepaun
in tht. Aniei.ean Museiini of Nutural
'History, lt i* being renovated, or re-
Ivamped or whatfevnf it is that is dona
iwtih ancient dynoaagnra to make them
Iflt for other eomimny. It will then
[be brought on to Seattle as a imrt of
th,. Qovernment'a exhibit.
He Hat.d Automobiles.
Paris. M:u 13 -M. tlllbert. a r..t:rt\l
merchant, whose declining years nave
iwvn made iniserable by apeedlng automobiles, has bequeathed his entire'
fortune to cbnrchea In certain French
cities tor masses tor Hie repose of the
souls of the vlctima of tbe "tlitil-olk-l
machines which haw. ixilsoned my last
days."
1 announces that he has
Moved
ta  tailor shop  from sixth  street to
Smith Block
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
ROOM 9,
Entrances "i-i Columbia street and
Clarkson Btreet, nearly opposite Telephone office, aud hopes to be favored
with their continued patronage in tbe
new stand.
Leans Lnnnie. at I��tW a.m.; arrive
ut Port Haney a: &.15 a.m.. arrlvv at
MeAdam lJinditiK at h.Z') a.m.; arrive at Unamend it >.i..i a m ; arrive
at Port Kells nt _>:0u a.m.; arrivi it
New  Westminster at 10:110 a.m.
Leave New Weetminster at ���_: n*. p..
in , arriv. at Port Kells at 3:30 pru.;
arriv- nt Hiiinmond at 0:00 p.m.; arrive at Mi*Adams Lanilinj*; at 615 pui.;
arrive ot Port Haney at ,iv55 p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. A K. Wharf, dally except Saturday.
Phone B508.
iuhh
specialist^
Mineral Waters
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st tbe steamer
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, ei-
cept Saturday, at 3 p.m. tor Ladntr,
W.stlium Island and way ports. Saturday at 'i p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUE8DA.S
AND  SATURDAYS.
KeturnlnK, leaves Westham    Island
every week day morning, eicept Friday, at  7a ui.,  and   Ladner  7 .5 a.m.
A J   __f I Frlllay leaves Westham island * a.m.
A_rated Waters ^^ i-��in.r at ...5 am.
Additional   trip   Monday   morning,
I leaving New Westminster at . am.
This acbedule    subject    to change
i without notice.
For frelK-t and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St. 1
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,   MAY   1.
1109.
The Daily News
STONE THROWING.
Publish,'! by The Daily News Publish. Miln-V oomplalnta have ranched u-
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices, recently as to the Increasing nuisance
The Dally News Block, corner of -Mc- ���"���ll dannvr from s,'">''  throwing  bj
���hoys in  the stiv.is.    Two cases    ol
children being lain in thl.  way have
ECenzle and Victoria ,-iroet-.
E.  A.  P.nge
FRIDAY. MAY  11. 1909.
Managing Director occurred within the last few day,   I I
one Of which  the  missile  was  thrown
by the young son of a well-known cit-
���jNioN ^.'laui.L.- isen.   We fear there la a growing dis
'incliiiiition on the  part  of  parents to
iexercl8e  proper control    over    their
 children and thai  thej   fall'to correct
��� th,) tendency towards mlschlevousness
OPPRESSING THE FISHERIES.      Ln��� exs^tkaa  whirl,  boya  too Ol    :
, ,....���,  <U��-l��y.     Tliis Is certainly not aa ll
lnteresi   I  in   he  important ^
*dU8tr>   ��  Britl8h  C��luml'" .tenia* dangerous evil and  wh
 '   "   pi    "i: i:ir child shows a  propansltj   for auch a
*   :;"> tth,l'h ls 'x'""" ' ""s:i.iin:,i amusemenl he should be co.
-"":      T1"   **<*   ;fl'"   "e ar�� ���';'   ivi.-i aummarlly and seven*
proacbing   iliis    period    oi    activity	
serves to draw attention  io the  tacl
"GET THE HABIT"
\i _RKET DAY  SPECIAL,
Fancy Milk Jugs
ONLY
15c and 25c
BACH.
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and aell for tbe sai
TOR RENT.
A nice cottage cn Seventh Btreet, between Second and Third avenm
1.
A furnished hou.se on Fourteenth Btreet, six rooms, $26.00 per moi th
A splendidly situated hou eon Fourteenth Btreet, between Sixth and ���<..-
avenues, including fruit, $12.00 per month.
j. j. johinston
Dupont  Block, Coiu",1'ia ���>'.eet.
PH   v.
ihat the Industry is Buffering from the
he.ivy   burden   ol   taxation   which   lias
i.. .11 Imposed upon it durin.- the last
two years by  'i. ��� Provincial Govern
m       The  inii.li'iit  of  this   burden ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
_ rh_-�� n oepartmen   this acknowlade. ment was
wo,!,!     ���������  lesa    onerous    pei naps n _   ,
The article printed in our edltoi...
column yesterday, under the heading,
"Th,. BUllngagate Policy" �� is an ' s-
cerpi from the Toronto.Glob.    Owing
to -m oversight  in om- t. |xi   ,i,.l, i al
omilled
PUBLIC MEETING.
something were reallj done for tb*
benefll ol the ttahi rl. - bj the authorities  i.'   Victoria      But,   though   the
Pr, -. iii.i.i     Tn : m     draws    auch  a
Inn;.. .��� ���   inie from ihe cum. '   	
:i":i   :"lli thU *vv'*!   u A public meeting of tiu. citlsna. ot
ticipatlons  in  regard  to the run  are \,.w Westminster will bs h Id In tb��
.   , :���    in    quite    a record council cham er, Cit)  Han   on Satur-
amouni   nothing whatever la attempi ','��>'  morning   May   15, at   10  o'clock,
, for Ui>. purpose nf receivi ns   i l_.r_.
ad to forster or promote tin, impor- Jd ,���������������-,',-,    jyggj    y^'y.
n ol our commerce,   Ratnei ?rdir\v provinces, who are desirous of
h       |  does  the    Provincial  Govern laying   before   tbe  citizens   ol     New
Westminster theli   plans tor the proposed Canadian , -position and Selkirk
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ centennial, to In   held in Winnipeg ln
tions.    "The canners    and fishermen J^ year 191:,  with d viow t0 interest-
mem hinder and hamper the industry
by  vexatious  restrictions and _ g   a
are left  to secure su.'h aid  aa they
may from the Dominion (Bovernment,
notwithstanding tbe fact that th.  Department   a;  Ottawa   demands a oui
two-thirds lesa by way of Imposts upon ihe lish, rii-- man ths! at Vic oria
The Provincial Government levies a
tax of |100 per line f<>r each cannery
and two c.-tr.s ujion every case of flsh
thai is packed us well as (5 for .-'iicn
fishing boat  license.      lu addition to
these  something    less  than    one  per
cent   is collected  from each  cannery
under the personal proper.,  tax.    How-
considerable a sum tbe two cents impost per case is likely to realize will
bt. apparent from the fiict that on tne
Praser river alon- then- .ire some  twenty canneries, and. in the event of the
heavy pack expected this season being
realized,   an   av.-rag_   of   30,000  cases
may be reckoned  u;Kin for each  cannery.      Contrasting   with   th;s   beavj
provincial taxation we have a levy by
ihe Dominion    Government    totalling
$55. namely. $5o for each cann ry  li-
md $���"> for each boat.
It is little  wonder thai    h    fisher
rests art- tired of the inefllciency
iiiii antagonism displayed  by  a Government that tax.-s    them   so exorbitantly, and a:-..- complaining bitterly o!
the treatment to which they an- .- i
j'-cted.     As  to the    fishermen,  tb :���
long suffered annoyance al
hands ol the Provincial officials, an I
only await thi- opportunity whiv
ni tl   election   wlll   give  th.m   ol   ��� i
. ti Bslng the  Indignation  which   i
feel
ini; this city and district |n th- exposition, and obtaining their    co-opera-
tion and support.
The cenerui public being specially
interested are requested to att-nd the
meeting.
w. ii. Ki_Ai.v.
Mayor.
JOHN A   LEE,
President Ho.ird of   I nut
N.w Westminster, B, C . Ma. 8, 18 19
CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT
OF  BURNABY.
Great
Suit
Event
.
10, '12, $15
VALUES  FROM   $1..00  TO   .-..OO
For Two Weeks Only.
Owing to a big shipment of Clothing, we find it necessary to dispose of
same at $10, $12 and $15, values from $16 to $20, for two weeks onlv
Notice is hereby given rn.u tlie
I Court of Revisi, :i .,f the assessment
iroli of th,- dlati Cl of Burnaby. will bp
held In the Municipal Hail. Burnaby,
Ion Tueaday, Maj 25th, l.i?. at iu j
'o'clock a.m.
Any  f-r-  -.     ,   persons desiring to ,
,mak.. com] lalni against his or ber sa-
[BeSBment  ���     I  give notice In writing
to the av.    .      stadag Hit ground 01 I
[complaint    I least ten days b. for. th.. '
said dat .
H   D CURTIS.
Assessor.
Acme Clothing Co
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
gSeS���e_H32Q@S^S^SgagSQS���S3<
PHONE      97    WHEN    YOU     WANT
���**.
IMPROVE   THE   CITY   FIRST
whilst we are ever ready to enc
.my movement th_: may maki
advantages arid iiitractions--oI the Roy
al city more widely known, i;  i- i
d< ii    thai   tbe  good    results    which
should attend publicity work  wl
.'��� pi ii'i.-iii upon the impression wh ch
'���        id character of the ,
win   make   upon   visitors.     In   othi
: efforts as an
��� now :<) ii,'. rest ou    dei    in N< w
Imthsi. ���   .aill   be  d   count   i    by
eni   conditloi       I    i   ��� imbia
, id  othei   i
\v.' have many tin- a call.
��� ���    U
.      of thi         i
,-.:,       ad in        tho
What we desiri   o poll    ���
v w  ,- .hat un il our cii    ia pal In o
*   iiini condition io endow i'
.   ���.   ni   attraction   to   . I :   i
n > lurge amouni oi monej  i hoi
<  I   , !i,'.',|   Upon   publlcltj    work   :,.    the
Corporation      This body   bas   under
consideration   ih.-  application  ol   the i
Ri ,,i ' ol Trade tor a contribution ol
JItij towards an    advertising    cam-1
l.i,-- 'I.  but it  is to be hoped that  no
lU'h'giaut will be made until the proposed street Improvements are carries!
out.    li is a 'Vinple business proposition that no man would think of entering upon an extensile advertising campaign  Inviting  the public to visit  his ]
stor,,  an.l   view   a    display   of    wares j
which be dons not possess.   Therefore
what is the use Of the city expending
Sl.uiiO in advertising attractions which
aie not yet really In being? Visitors
who might be brought here bj tbia
means would be disappointed and an-
iin'.'.l When ihey found the main busi- I
ii.-ss thoroughfare or New Westminster presenting the wretchedly mean
and untidy appearano- which ii wears
i.v. . To create BUch a feeling oi
dirappolntment and annoyanoe would
in harmful rather lh,to advantageous.
Lei the city streel Improv ments be
. i led oui i.efni. anj such expend) [
,   is proposed Ib made.
GROCERIE
11   ,'   i ri ail;    1 i   ���        in I (Of
���. uisa ��� warn, large
��� ��m.  Inri> ,an, } fl r
M'lk  . II  li | ��� ��� ��� ���
|Br prlci
���t for    	
BUTTER,   EGGS.   ��rd   NO    I
TOES  AT   LOWEST  PRICrlS
Adams&Dean
| oi iia.,   !>���;.< ���
writers,   ind Ugki automatic n u I in-
i   l i-ii i i-icm a special)
Alex. Speck
Man   nn  th ���   Wheel
i.i.t Vi nit si'KiM; BUIT KT
YEE KEE & C(
TAILORS  _~
Windsor   Hotel   lloek,  P   O   Br* H\
New Mfsstmlnstar
The Idlest in Neckwea
I  EVERY WOMAN
M appreciates choice footwear, and we are safe in say-
^ ing that every woman will be greatly interested in
M the handsome new Spring Shoes that we are now
The "De Joinvillc
**
8
i
showing.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOU8E   IN  B. C.
A   NEW   FOUR IN HAND   T   E     WITH   A   FAIRLY     DROAD  KNO,
AND NOT TOO THICK ARO UND     THE     COLLAR NOTHIN .
NEWER.       ALL   COLORS       CALL  AND  SEE  THEM       ONLY 7v
THE   TIE.
"Tub Ties"
A  BEAUTIFUL  LINE OF WASHING GOODS, ALL THE NEWE. I
COLORS.   LIGHT,   MEDIUM   AND   DARK.   ONLV   25c   THE   TII.
SEE   OUR   WEST   WINDOW.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier.
aasrojiiiwrja.riw-iat i FRI-Ay
M*v 1. 1��M-
THE  DAILY  NEWS..
PAGE F.VI-.
THE
(ash Store     1  ��� 1    1# K)
********* "**4	
mith
THE
Cash St or
v(.H��������t*H��
Thirty-Five Dollar
Suits for Ten Dollars
jSi.P.ELlN_ANDASURPLL'.    ,* CK OF LADIES     LIGHT  SUMMER     SUITS.    TC     80 AT A
,    THEIR   ORIGINAL   I THEtt ARE IN PLAIN COLOM, AND  LIGHT,  .ANCY
5TRlPl      ..A VARIETY OF STYLES ',   miMMIO IN CONTRAtT.NO SHADES   and  OTHERS
AND  BUTTON   OF    * ���  ,                 .,,.._   -VERy   S|Z��   (||   .^   ^
ro M��i for
$10.22
������������*�����������������������������������������������������*
Ladies'Dress Skirts
at Enormous Reduction this Week
' 1 i*g  Vicunas.  Venil.mi,   Pana
* .-.'rd.   and    L_t��-et.   J-d   ��vt'y
'  ���'   t  'ol     i��  a  ginuini  purgii -
BfS   brown,      navy        _���*��������.      B
I >      Bl   "-�� and     slripct.   tnd   a   iarg��
-"*., of ugh, atripaa ��f ' "���'  '��
.--��       Values ,0 I'O-C ��or ��. /5
FIFTY DOZEN
Ladies' Ribbed
Swiss Undervests
an   V.��v�� ,hf��.    In three ��������
**% hair ateevwa <*������     -   -, -������'
*     lular 2-c vtat lor
Fine Cambric
Corset Covers
'    '���-med   with   torchOn   I BOB   and
tibont, a |lae we have a'way.
Hk .   on tale at . . . W
40c Cambric
Drawers for 25c
--d and    lace    >riir'i-*d    Fin'   '
i.umfntt,  bu,     ovir     Amei
irementa���roomy.      Rseuler   -*o.-
25c
*���  dfayed Shipment  of  ����0Ck collar*
nnd  fancy  neckwear, jun,   mcr'vrd  M
��� i'i and tee the splendid �������<���"**
'   I We ar.  thowlng from _*C <" I1-53
��� * *aeeeeaaaeeaaaa��eeeeeee
����������������������������������������������������������������������������
_ &A__AAA_k ____
���������������������������������a
36-lnch Black Taffeta Silk $1.00 Yd
A  beaut.'u'  so', finish   one  that  w
rot cut    at Boor, s%    you make  it up
Regu'ar 11,78 for, ptr yard     .   .. $1.00
All Cream Serges,
Cashmeres, Panamas, Crepe de
Chene, 50c Yd
It n the ear', jh.pr.r that catches
Bll the inapt .md you can make no
r .make in gcng tn, y after these
Value*   to   75c   for.   prr   yard 50c
54-Inch Tweed
Coating
fawn,  light grey and mid gre.. a  ma
U    i    ipecially  for cOatt. in ,n aimott
��� . �� Ma  check,  worth  $1.35  per  >a-d.
  95c
34-Inch Pongee
Silk 50c Per Yd
C.   *d weighty all It, suitable for ������    -
ing ��_.��* Or coat*, and all  lad.es know
cur     regular   price   for     thi��   width   i*
never   lei*     than     16.   or   75c-       Now
��� - 50c
Ladies'  plain  or ribbed    cotton and
cashmere   Hote. .it. per pair   . . 25c
We can show you the largest stock
In the city of wash goods in Ginghams
Prints. Mus mt. etc., and as for prices,
thit ttore stands alone as regardt this
section, from 8c lo 50c per yard.
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+++++++++++'*
City News
B   '���' again, followlns
.,���    v. I-U/..I
.v. tor tb   garden at TMys
1 pbom ������
Tb ���
raster-
���I ��� in .���   i.i:     tr,.- .iv-
��� a '-.'ii tl
'> ���
...
Office   Furniture.   Roll-Top   and   Flat-
Top  Desks, Tables,  Etc,
Typewriter and tilting chairs. f,i,ng cabinets and  sectional  bookcases.
Good, solid arm-chairs.  su,table for  office   etc $2 25
Dining-room  suites a'   .1     prices.
Parlor  suites just arrived, splendid value $30 00
A  large stock of carpets, linoleum, and oil cloths
Matting in beautiful designs and colors.
Rugs  in   endless   variety.
Lawn and  camp furniture,  bambo-   snades, etc.
Awnings made at sr   rtest  notice,  by  practical   workmen.
i  Bowers and any
tel    bone i>':
it
of p iv.��� ..ri  who
to th.. pn   o   b
of ti.    . >
���   -..ll be
i hi -. here nn-
til  J of     Juti>-    1.   B
we in. ed
I. sharpened and set at
000. it. Si  ---. Trapp bl- ��� ,
Dr. De, .-   .     b divine
uli'!        ���;,, ��� .    . ...
s - ���'. .       of   the i
e su
of the Pr< m Van
���    Son-
is
That   1 icl ins,    a I
. -
fri,
Ho, I Flow ���*
*
i. ��� -
M St. George street, .j   Vi-
V th. Olivet
: -
T
of    this  <���',&#,*    Bin.
organlz d      a i u ���
1.   a  carload  of    Ro
it.- . Flo V     assortment of a ses,
_t   19, '���*   now ii; stock,      Male Bros.
A Oo- Ltd. ������
The C   l'  it   a- Iran,
ahlse ���. md    Luis
ad rallwaj thi
proval : > tke cltj council of certain
Bt of i be West-
mis ter Ki'iri:- -, of the railway
ttrrougn the l-'iian reserves, already
earn ��1 out. but which tl Railway
coi        ,.m have tKK Sanctioned .
W.   E.   FALES
The Leading Furniture House
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
Correct
Hats
N rla  and   RowCi circus  haa  i'Ut j
tl., ���       on  ti,.-    Be la-* k      al   w.
wh -v doled to fx-i'i.i-  here -,
w. - . fore tbe Banal   Is ���  ol Norrl -
t i. . advancing its date .. out
weeks,  arrivini   bera  on   May
���J" ���   men at Advertising C3r No. .
l,i- \.ir-is and Rowe'a made a start
of i i . -h.- town vest. rday. and wilt ,
000 their campaign today
I ;��� -santest way to spe_d Satur-
da;-  afternoon :.- to take   . river ,n. ;
to    Steveeton    and    back.      The SS
1 ..-uvea brackman-K rv wharl
at   ! ��� .  ry   Saturday.   ri-*urning
.  slag       Ka.       >:.-- -i Uar tor
the round trip.
prevallh . ��� ���
not -J.-6-.r..yi:.. the I ���   an.i
a
aroriiiag i - . .    mar' J
WL Tbe North Arm wtur.  tee booms i
for tlu- Royal City and Bi        I  H ��� ������
lock, J
tor n.'vitation  by th.- large quani
of booma rseelved, there belag on
������    :  tor |
boats
Iks Pyl  ��� ine rink wiH
e op,     ta  tka l-.-t tun - thla seaaoo
H :.;,.   evening,  when  tne  tloor
.i.i    .. occupied*bj  the members ol
-    - (_____-__   tu..
Children's  Ward  .und    society)  and
friend*      TIk-   committee   in
...    ol  thai arrangementa oonalsta
f m - ���     ll l��'n Walker, Teeaie Qo(_-
;.���!.   i. ith   Wlntemnte,   K.ui.-  Uouiet,
Glleen Gilley  and    othera      Skating
.nil  be from    half-past    seven until
leven o'clock.
M.ina. . r   S 1    M.v..-..iliis-h.   ot     thl
.   .. .,1!   team,  is   to  try   an
\ , rii eni  In "tl>.   match against th
Young Liberals st Qeeen'a park tbls
evening, whi a 11   W'H assign a< ���
n ons ii. a Mob the:
do not ;i- . -   iin-! will als i li
iriklu. ��� n< ��  plajr, ra   ibv-
.. .< j will plant bin men "it
*....    . mson, c.;  McPb.iit
.    Jobnaton, I   i Sinclair. 21 i P- le,
-s ; S'.ieil. ib.; l.'a-is. if.  MacQowan.
-f:  Rob��itaon, rf.     Th    foung lib-
,..!. bad no, selected Unsir team yea-
��� -        Tba I im,  Bjarta at
,1      SSI   -'\
Eastman's
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
We make it our business to see that
the right hat and the right man get
icgether.
We've   many   new   models   suited   to
all  classes of men. for the face  must
be fitted as well as the head.
DERBIES of different proportions, $2.50. $3.00. $3.50 TO $5.00.
SOFT  HATS in many choice styles and colorings.      Some very handsome and fresh summer shades. $2.50 to $5.00.
Our Straw Hats.
If you want to see ail there is to see in Straw Hats this season,
come here and see them. We'v so many different styles that it seems
to us that any man���no matter what his idea of Straw Hat may be^���
can find it hers.
STRAW HATS AT 50c, 75c. $1.00. $1.50. $1.75. way up to $3.50.
PANAMA HATS, $6-00, |10.00; $12.50 to $15.00.
IREID&CO
I PROPER CLOTHES FOR MEN.
++++++++++++40++++++++++++
+
X
ASK YOUR GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED.
For  Wheat,  Barley,  Oats, Chops.   Chicken   Feed,' Bran,   Shorts,   Hay
etc.. ask us.      We  will see that   you   get   it   promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO.
J
HJy.    *+
X
I
LTD.
}    Phone 335.
X++4++++++4++++
186 COLUMBIA  STREET. P. O. Drawer 100.
Agents
T. M. SMITH   CURTIS'
headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
drug: store
NEW WESTMINSTER.
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD]
-M_assB'-M_a-h-a_r-naBi^_H
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 62.
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THK   DAILY   KT~WS.
FR|DAY, MAY u
I tot
FARMERS RENEW       j
WAR ON MINERS
APPLELAND
Five Yeai-1 Lull Awakens to
Find  Mining   Companies
Facing Suit.
       x
.;.-.   Ma.   U.-���After  B   lu1,-  i
almosi  five y.'arh. war, win, rer.ea   I
rlgoi   bai   been  ,i,, larej  .,. .,,, .
v...-in   I'Alsn    ii. ning ootni i    -,
Ol   In: in. i      ,,v
lion   ol   i" ...     ���!. tnafes a ninat tl,���
The Model B-k^
COR. FOURTH  AVE   A sn
OND
nilnuii; , om panics are to t.
pn
his undi '     ���   liai as      . n ���
"'���'ll  '��� '   Ion   ....
i renewal ol   ti,,   injun,
:"   '     Q*�� '�����   '���-'''  ____    in.    ���
1 ���;!�� I-" num.-   tee ni
���f th.  ���      .    :  . , ,   ,.
2 ������ ;: ������"'���  '     iv mi ���
"���-ir.'.i..,  the n  a       ooapsnt,
; Da,  ..wrtll!-. - I-
Mail Service
Following are the hou:- ol
ami arrival ol mails at the New Weal
mini tei  P��. office, tee ho n given In
-   se i.'ing tli.   hour ol  closing,
.  Ls half an hour, a.- .i rule, b, -
tor,   the actual despatch.    Ail malls,
unless otherwise stated, atv despatch-
ad and received daily except Sunday.
Th,-  ciiiy   malls   dispatched   and   re- j
delved Sunday ana the C. P. R. sou,-'
and ('. P. R, east mails, not Including
the way    mails,    ^appertaa,    Kruser
Mills and Coquitlam.
and s.iiui-iiii
Tuesday.
ii .in. ;i in
(Mitral
way.
12:30
In-rlund
;n  B   I", a in   and  4  p nt
-Van. ouver, Victoria and
Park, via B. C. Electric Bail-
Mails Despatched.
��� . .'.. ..iii (closed iit eleven o'ciock
the previous night)���Vancouver ���������-'
Q \ it. "Owl" Victoria except Wednesday.
i   :u am.   Vancouver via B.C. Bloc
trie  railway.
Sumas and Seattle, Including all  -
S. in.mi:- east and south, and  polnta
between   New Westminster  and  Hun'
Ingdon,   B.C ,  via CP.R.  south.    I o-
quitlain,   Sapperton  and   ETaser   Mills
-a 30 a.m.���Blaine an i Seattle, including all V. S. point, east and sou;'1.
and Hall's Prairie. Kernridpe and Haz-
elmerP, on Ttu-sdays, Thursday--, and
Saturdays
Clove-daI. nnd district ((.'love.- Vai-
ventre, Klf-in, Alluvia a I
Prairie) Clayton, lyni--
I" 1. lion Accord. Port K-lls and Mc-
oin.'ki.. dispatched by Guichon route,
V . V a E. Railway, on Tuesday, at
9 a in., und Friday, 2p.m. Also on
Thursday a; 1:30 p.m., excepting Uon
Accord  an 1   Tynehead.
All Surrey mails ure raeelred fi-m
Clov rdale, excepi Hall's Pralri-. Iln-
selmere an I Fernridge, which arm-, on
the Blaine and Vancouver at 3:16 p m
mi Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays
Cloverdale  malls ar.   due m   "Tld-
p.m.���Strawberry    Hill,   imi-
ami   South   Westminster,   l>>
courier (Tuesday and Friday),
1:30 p.m���Has: Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���BurquitlaiD.   y oonrier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ch'^t.. sl
St 31 except Saturday)���Uidn.-r. Pori
Qulchon, Westham island and sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce (Steveston mall dsa-
;,:i'..ii'\! and received via Vancouver |
S:SO l.ni���Vani..uver and r er
Siding, via G   N   H. north.
_ 30 pin.--.'   I'  U east, Sapperton, i
an.i Fraser Mills.
4:00   p.m.���Vancouver  and   Bi una   I
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway   .-*���>'
urday  an  extra  mail  ia  despatched  U>
Victoria via Vancouver at  thla hour ,
10 p i-i    Burquitlam, by courier
:v_.i p.m���Blaine and    Beattle, is
cludtng all U s. points
7 .... j. ni -Sinn.is iin,i s. attle, in
eluding all U S points n I points be
tween Huntingdon snd N' '^ Weaunln
��� ������     rla C. P  R  souih   also Prss,
'.:
Jong tiii-s.   ii-
i oomp-omts
k i.   all i-.i'ly li, v
ii  is posa       in i
s
October    T
San   Fran.
/ may  bs effect! _
, ���   raoeni  ,i -i i. .,������, i
consWert.
sun  i,.un   ol   ap
i   favoraVe   _j
Cook & Ros.c/
THE AUCTIONEERS
323   Fi-ont   St..   Oppositr   Markr*^   ^ew
Wettminste'.     Phone  4r^
and  1260 Qranvllia  Bt.  v_nt0uveri
HAVE SEVERAL FRESI , CQWS F0R
SALE. ALSO TWO vECONUHANU
EXPRESS WAGONS ' >ND p|VE-FOOT
MOWER. NEARL / NEW AND
REALLY GOOD Gf\NERAL pURP0SE
HORSE.
LM'-S WHILK HtKLS
MANY SHIN DISEASES
Build,ng of G. T. P. Across Satkatche
wan   Rrveals   Existence  of  Body
of  Medicinal  Water.
I*.
tt.
in-
It
ley. Sum
K_nslngto
Blaine and Beattle, Including all
S. potnta east and Bouth, vi;i Q   N
"Flj er."
Mails   Received.
j   6:4.'.  a.m    Blaine and    Beatti.
chiding  all   1     S   /lints, via 0    N
���Owl."
8 _.i iiiii -Vai ��� .-������ and *> " ""r'^1
(except Ti- -iv-.. via B (" Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 1  ;ui:i���Straw:., ri..   Hill,
by courier    .uesdaj  and .Tidayi.
*9:30 am.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via (1. N. H.
10:00   to   11 00  am���l>adn������:���.   Port
Gulchon,   .'.- -iiaiiii Island and (Tuesday,   ' and   Saturdayi   Wood-
wa      ��� . iti iti.i-r J. C. Brui... (Steves-
ion   :��� - ,ii, lied and received    ... Van-
.
i_       ;., l p.m   -(.'   P  R  .-..-'   Bap-
Fl asi-i   Mill-  and Coqult   .'il.
;..m.���Vancouver, Central I'ark
r':,.����r Arm.
pm,���East Burnaby. by coun- r
SPRING     L*.MB.     CHOICE      MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth Bt ana    Fifth Aveaae
PHONE ira
���OWELL. A ODDY. Proonstora
\Vn.i_ii eg, M
islrur tlon   Of  ll      , Tr ink   I'
I rallr-i.i.1   n< roaa   W C ll
ibniueltt to ii-a-lit many Intereatin
i  ,   .   ���    mini ��� il      - - in    Ibe
most  un. \-..cted       r -  ���"���
, rtcl ������-  -,.,.  turned b   ������" ���
v   aing io cit ik len, Indian
en-:, ins whi.i  bad     ea    _t��  . .      I
��� ���d ��� . the Eh I Mi n for c   tun
On,- of th�� mo    In ten ���
5unlli:lit   Soap mnnot  spoil
your clothes.     Ihertnn- no
Injurious ihi-mkiils in Sun-
lij>l,t .snap to bite holes In
even   the    most   doll.-to
lahrlc.   $5.<ll��0 are oiler-
cl    to   anyone   Imdin .
adulteration In Sunlight
1>"��P.  ...
iVatroti    .-; i
..'��� r ���* bl, h baa . Brad man ���
n  casta ol ��kin dia.v.s. -
��� a  imptlon ..ii i rii ,nn.in in
\\attuiin in situated oo the main nn.
i Irand  Trunk  Paoiflc  raim
i"" -Vi ��� -,m al <���! w ininpi i
i     n id)   ,. i over the
ten) are ��� ��� ���
rat,        md a
.oi i noa bns plni
ration I
��� i then
���
��� - -i   Indian    iweatli |
. .��ring  Ri i   m. n    ���
1 ��� ��� :i   lalren fo oallln
ou or On al Spuii    On .   ���
a M -.' - ii  , ���    . -
���   md venl sp lo Wstr��,
Of  llB  W
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P. O. Box 474        Tel
Gasoline Eng.n
Wr   Sell   ,he  (-���  ���:���   .
PALMER   1 :
GASOLINE   EN
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Something L'niqat is
V 0. ** too
\!22 Famous Equestrians
18 Baring Aerialists
"^3 Merry Clowns
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
lClll^    CaKo
Tilt LAD1E.S AR8 CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE OHLT BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
rut usirrmm."
Le Fleur T'zuez
|P?*
PEOPL
350 HORSES
MUSEUM
Double Menageri
Rea! Roman Hippodrome
(Scores of Trained Wild Beasts
Pretty EDNA MARE.T
The Or,ly Lady in lh,; Enlire World who thro'
f.OMERSAULTS OH ,hr? Nuked Bacli of
��� Swiftly Running Hor��e.
Thundering Roman.Chariot
!��!��____ SEALS &
Iron   Wori
JOHN  REID, I-
Tenth Street,   ���    Rei lestd
Bank of Montr.
E8TJ   v    HED
CAPITAL
RESERVE
"
' land    ������ *  l. rk, Chi    ���
\    und  III v,
. la, m
��� ir   :-- .' d
adents in    ..;
a
Barings n*nk Dtp in   ���
received   :i huuis >: s s
��rnl ln'-*rint sllomc .
astuiiii (presenl u->
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NEW   WESTMISSTFi
.;   D BRTMXl v   u
Westminster
Transfer C<
Snap!   Snap!   Snap!
FOR SALE--A NEW . HOOMED HOUSE. WITH MODERN
CONVENIENCE'-. FULL SIZE LOT, WITHIN TWO
MINUTES OF POSTOfFlCE THIS IS WORTH LOOKING
INTO.    ADDRE^K
��� .ffirs    Phon..   18..      T-
Columb.j   8,r---
Hsgi, *���*.'.��� sd
sn.-* pari ot ' ���
Light and Heavy Hai
OFFICE -1 ua V
BOX   30,
New   Westminster.
t>0 Lovely Ladir*. uf Fi.ultl.M Form In Clu-itic
Po��e�� on ��� Orrnl Revolving Fe-,c��t��l
11 Arabian Tumblers
Oelet>rate<l
rv\Stirk (10) Family
\        iMirici't Int.tit Cyclists **i tttllv Ski, \e\
Reckless  Rough  Riders
) SHETLAND PONY BALLET
Mai*. Picards
AerlBlls,* Supremo
7 Russian
Cossacks.
SUPERE/
GARLAND,
f   \ \ ENTREfi
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JGASOLINE TANKS Made and In-i;
stalled in Boats.
LAWN MOWER.
LAWN MOWERS.
COMPLETE JAPANESE Cl
SENSATIONAL EQUILIBRISTS"
ady Japanese Artists in America
Astonishing  Acrobat*
HIGHEST JUMPING
S'PERFORJ
CAMELS, LLAMA!
CAKE  WALKING
TRAINED IMPORTED ARABIA
\N   jJtL^
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Pront St.. N���>w Westminster Jj
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NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PEmSTLfAM. SWT81 ltr-L
uin ANTHKJim m\
JOSEPH   MAYER*.
Silt i - v���"'*'
Mayt-ri a P."'
Ottico,   Front   S!.,  Foct     '
P.  O.  Box 345. F"
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Moody Square,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Thursday, May 27
Bo C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mnntstnelmrnr* an_ Demure m AU Kino   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*.   Mouldings.   Saah,   Doors,
Interior Finifh,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glaaa.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
������������������������
Royal City Branch, Columbia St*
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Crystal Theatr
ROBOER'S   DAUGHTER.
MECHANICAL  l I
i Si    it for .1 . ���������
THE   JESTER'S  Di   ;
I V   |..i'li' ;��-
THE   FATAL   WAND
ll'i.lii.   I
THE   GAMBLER'S  DRf*^]
tStor) i
WHEN   THE  VIOLETS
BLOSSOM
(8oQ| I
MsllnsB. 2 icif.- Ivsalnj,. P
Admission   10r.       Chli- 1
MANAtlKK    J     M    COMKT��
Edison Theatre
Anlmstsd    Picture*    snd 1
Song*.
THE LATEST H'TS OF TH
SEASON.
Program^ egg**1 ff��j4
n��_duy ami  frWW ,       Sllturd��
for ladlss snd eWW���1
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THE HOME pA
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Th.   Daily   tm*
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MAY H. 1������.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
PAGE  ST1VB...
and Mil-
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littery
Orient,Ig  w.       Have    Own     Place  of
Wor.r.ip  jn  Victoria.
. be    nmdus o*
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tbe sup< ��� -'-
d i mentor in 11*��� ���*
r. imar, aubscrtp-
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Cur.   1
/��� .        ties the   M "lo
. a Detrimental and Degenerating  Influence.
LAWN GRASS SEED
AT
opposition   "'i _-_--^> mob���
Wn  i,n   tbe '    '��'*"���    ��� ��� " d :���   tn   ,
-,. r_  ot   Hill- vi"*1 'I' ' '-'-''H >"   ;
al' I'.    V..I !:"'   ''"
.,  compl ���    '.  '1,ii: l'
gOOd   '.: - ������!      ���������       1'.   -   1 i
. ani) and  _n*c_  '
��� nun;; thai   lor aerii
. .,    in    loiiii-;lt to exiravaK-nt l.ngtns. ani 1--  now
, e on
| Ryall's Drug Store :
+ PHONE 57.
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NEW WESTMINSTER.
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LINSEED OIL MILL
IS PI     v  BED  REGINA
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Model Sign Works
SIGN. ICENE AMI NAM      I ���'-
PAINTING
Old News I      .     th Streel
New v,, ���    ��� ter.
TtieO. P. You'
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the
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JAPAN   TO   ADHERE
TO   IMMIGRATION   RULES
r. Na
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mil
adli.re 10
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iiik now strictly en-
:
It '    *'
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fort)   ���.
lill-vr
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land   Dia
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PRINTING
a
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it*..'.putting live 1 ,l_li- on the proi I
elem, lun .la.    waen
tin- I! rOSSi   a^
I .... d ....        _i|    ,.. VT(y
ll-n.-i-, ..... in
Ulnto , . v   .
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, ' .     ���������: .TOm
14 "     m , ��� i thi
tare now but Ave )
on
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tt su ...
sewn   a the N union
and i ��� oui v.. ������    Regina ia go-
,    r.
team
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be
. -
| thai  proclaims I
greater than I j
���._    a    '     ��� :
few  �����
Th.       ��� '. il  tn  Is -���    -ii w;
m  ���   ���    .-    -a
sport,    II  hs    no Iu are    ��� ���
-
..: ti,.- .-ar��. where r is offered a- an
W.  C. Cha'roerlin  sells  diamonds  that flash their rays  br.ght,
And B��lts    ���  a price that is fair and is right.
Glittering gems that apper.   to the eye,
Best earth  produces and  money can buy!
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE   AGENT.   HAMILTON   &   LONGINE'S   WATCHES.
MDT. ON, KM, POHK
Fresh   Pork    3ausages   dal'y.
Best   of   Farmer'.   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Prime Ribs Beef
Chotes
Juicy   Steak*.
Japan  now  Is  mostly  to Kor.a
organ iz-; ���:  '
,    . .lumbia arxl Regius man*
*jp-- -Sf    i : w^*ti
f.
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-THAT 8   OUR
BUSINESS
Every    c
Ul      n-��_!%,,
tomt'.
der
placed
with
cut
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Manchuria       Mr   Sakamura  was
..���  the  V> i-li'iti-'t'.n
���    -
AT    THE    HOTELS.
OUI lllfih SATISFIES
Ol.PKIlh IKE BiiHT
Hit.* or.   . ' sc  d��-�� -
���    'on   or  quantity   quoted
on s-vllcitv.-v
1 lackson & Morrison
i
i
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H�� 1111111 I I'lHIII I
ts   ������ .d  ttte sign.-  of  the
'I.      ihy��cl moment
������ton- they  reeust.i/   :    v .'mil
tbey sre trying to come in *hfn the
'i���!������ i   rcuu_ng out.
Two ���   naaia eomUae '      prod .<������
���th_ iu a -ItaaOon thai exist)
Russell  Hotel. ln  <,..             .    w-,;n  ..j,..,^..  ..    Regina
UCbatta;   ii    Belts,   Ia- ^^ bockej in Edmonton    One ts in-
r,ur I.-   Victoria;   A   w. ���.,...       . j M��e too acrnpuloasr, tbe
'"��� ''   '    ���   '     ''"���     -1-    MriI1* oth.-r v - :...-r.-. bat li._o.-n-.. .-.nd .__-
Potts. Vancot. ||>- ini,---. on by ��.i.<lous talk about
rer   H   P   Dav.y   Wlnnlpn.. J   P  M<- ;��-,..     _   <wr   town.       Perha,.-,   th-
Norman   Brown, ny,re _ .-._,.rou-�� of the two is the well-
_  '"���  '      '     v      ,,;   "��� nsaaai d    bs>_.kneed,   sliort-s,ptite.i
p. \. Mo-.t. ."ernle. J   A. Inlng. Nel* m                 ....... . .... ttu. loca- ;mtrI.
otlsm  of  the  present  at the  erpeni"
Phone 192
M.MEstm & ksmm
_:.-.-
Columbia St.
Electric Railway Service!
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Windsor  Hotel.
K   Klcbolai   Vletorla    Jol -.  K,
-       '���     C   Tan    I)   -IrRa-,  TbOi    K.
H     Cr.U-lnn.    VSSOOUTei,
.1    H��� ���      M-v ������  Hide.-:   D   McKin'.-v
I>i-;,._n     Bowai    I    .
Ijtngiey;     Albert   OH",.-:i.
of the furore    These sre th.
v r-S   of   the   ����� -
true   s   iv;   of sport.
uimtfi-n-
,* ite
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IS ���
HE        DAILY NEW
Interurban Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and way
-tations  will   run  every half
hour   from   5:50   a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. va.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minute* for botii Sapperton aad city limits orer the
city   line.
City L>��e: Cars leave tram
offlce oa the hour, twenty sUn-
atsa after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars lts-ir-re
at ten minutes after the hour,
half pa.: and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Stwday- service half-hourly between S:J0 a. m. and 11. p. nr.
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The Question.
. |S ���
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Is Answered:
7 tra 11  SIXTH ST
 )le* Wei,minster. Phone JM
^^^^^���plr.i   where WHI
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_  _��� > i r.   v.
i-; ���  meets ib* Wt+4
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thence   S0��Ui
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t�� hl��h wst  *
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mi   waatirt?                         ^-r/^ar
.:, to tt,.. SECOND - HAND STOKb.
La|    J f>stl I         -
HOUSE of QUALITY
tbe ��,or.> where
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Winds in
h.  ���
!   '..rn
for sali-   ti'..rh  n<>��
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Fancy Hose
All the latest patterns in Men's
Fancy Hose.
PRICE    35c    TO   85c
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
%
caa (.<���'���  '
Alex. Speck j
or less.
v.   LESSON
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J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
English Watchmaker
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TOR 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 & Cow,
Front Street.
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friend a
Sailing From WWt
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i,, arrange .���o��r
wliethi r you
Dl tor
Public Market
Market   Clerk   D.
Open   8 a. m, to 6 p. m.
PKone
b. Mackenzie
Fridays  7 a.
138
ra,
to 6
p. m.
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER  VALLEY   NURSERIES,  Ltd.
PHONE
your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone
A-22
For information as to contracts, consult the advertising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your
place of business.
Keen's
for
Stall
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IT PAYS
TO   ADVERTISE
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Wettmin��ter'i
NEW
Hon** P��P,r-
BEDDING   PLANTS
VEGETABLES,   HERBS.
D
avies
&s
on
Cut flowers. Vegetable plants
and Bedding Plants.
Monks Stall
for
ana Came
Mrs. Runacre's Stall
Home-Mads
Cheese  and
Sausages. Head
Sausage Rolls on
Sale.
Special Bargain
j
Five-quire box beautiful azure linen
finish ���������'per ln either of two s:*es. and
five packages envelopes to match, regular price $2.00, this week only
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
���OOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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PAGE EIGHT.
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THE  DAlLf  NEWS.
FR|DAY, MAY  |4i ���
. NEW PHESIDENT CALVERT
Rubber, Cotton    j     Hj|S ADMIRABLE RECOHD
Vl
and Wire Wound
HOSE
IN   SEVERAL    DIFFERENT   GRADES.
Rev.    James    divert     Welcomed     to
For.ne.   Congregation  in  This
C.ty���Useful Career.
OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND
J YOU MAY BE SURE TO GET
���    THE  RIGHT  THING
ll       WE CL
We handle thefinestj! length
Crockery,   China)!
WE CUT  RUBBER  HOSE  IN   ���
SUIT     PUR    ���
4    LENGTHS     TO
X   CHASERS.
and Glassware andj: Anderson & Lusby
at prices that fairly X
COLUMBIA STREET.
+++++++++++++444444+++++++
Races!   Races!
Two-thirds of a Mile,
astonish buyers by
their littleness. Ask
our customers if
this is not so. Whati
would you think of! pyTHIAN RINK
purchasing   Glass- BK.nVK1,N
Ware and CrOCkeiW billy   nye.   Vancouver,   and
*���    ICLARENCE   HUFF    WESTMINSTER.
AT  THK
10:30 P. M. Friday-Cham.
pionship Race.
Young and Old Alike
at practically cost?
Well, that is our
price. Our wares
are dainty, up-to-
date and price-
pleasing. One purchase will be sufficient to prove the
truth of our words.
Another shipment
* :,,r.-  of  music,   End  everj   Dome
r.-.      XT/-.TTT    PlnrirruTOvn Id pos-esa a P-SBOi     Tl,.;. d, nor
oi i\ew Lriassware ������ ���>... >-__���.��..*....- many
���m l ... family circle      f ��� - ���.
Justin.   Come and:   Si�� %�� Br"howIas
see. 'J-H* Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
The i; ���-    president ol oonfi �� n<
Rei Calvert, returns to thi cl
alter aome years   a   en        	
Rei    !���'    ^   Ma*, v ,n  the  W esl   I
, h     Mi   ...... ���  aril] take a > _u
;. urplng to mln    ���
.1 itj. .i a iti a h. .ii h has b,ien
dlfl rent.     The chang.i taki   pl....
.   ::: bi  ���-��������� _ nt June, a here minis
tei   are drafted t.. n��s   tatlons
R�� \.   James   t'.ih. ri   w.i_   iu,.   qi
  to he ordain, ,i to 11,,   woi
ui  the Chrlsi an  mlnistr-   i.>   ____  n
C    ,..uii ii-ii<.       He ia ui old   .
sh      Methodist stock   snd sa
In  Until li.  Yorkshire, in  1862       .i
l ; h.   engaged In    basin *>   and fo u
hater ro, elved .i position In ' hi
famoua Una of John  Barren  .v   Bon
Le, la      in 1*79    b<   sailed foi    N< *
Zealand, awa employed sl   Port Cbal
mers, Otago, and two yeara latai   n
signed to juin the *_Ui��� > "Sarah Sootl
v. turning   to   England       In   1883   bs
out in Canada and   Joined ta<
Bpadlna Avenue church st the Queen
cit>       In  1887  nt  the i loss ni    n-
pro .ation  he    was    ordained   bj
R, r.  .1   A   Williams in  the oW  Tan
idiira Btreel   church,  and   waa   ..-mi
Bella Bi Ha     Aftei an    Ine ��� bi i .
to  i.:i.i:i ���.    during  which    time  tne
church and psi aonage *t  r,   bull,   Hli
next engagements wi ���  Nloola   m.,,-.
Bsj   and Bait  Bpring  island   Balmon
Arm, snd th n at Trail  an I In IWMJ hs
accepted sn Invitation  to  Ha I a
Streel church, Nanaimo
... \t ii. worked >n the New Denver
SU.an ami  San.Ion  country, ami  returned to tl,.. coast ;.. bold tn   pastor
atvs of tli.   West  End and 3a
churches in this city, being a >��� .   -,;
ea, ���   place, and  concui ��� ntlj   Cor '"
[teen months holding the bursarshlp ol
IColumbian oollei        ��� '������      e past foui
u-;i:5  hs  baa  be n  si  Mission  ��� >')
where the church has been renovated
'and tin- membership Increased I i
,,-,-nt.
1     He   married   in   l*s7   _Jsa   r<>x.   "'
} Ini.    _ngland       Hs    baa  occupied
\iii.in>   I'..-it ..n. of Imp n '.'iK-i. in thi
church.
BOWLING
Th.- results nl  ���!.>��� apedsJ two-inen
match   lasi   i-vening   l.eivsicn   l_n.tn  ra
.and Sloaft sad Jehndro sad Ktootelti
iIted  in  a  win  loi   the  !  i m, .
1160 pins
Ti,.. totals s re ss folios I
Latham Sloan,
285
total.
.    ������
Johndro-Mon,eith.
CHINESE  SCHOOL TORN
BY  INTERNAL  DISSENSIONS
_k.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Houses Fainted
In Artistic bt. -
WALL   PAPER.   PAINTS.  OILS,   ETC.
Doane, Bailey & McKay
Agents Vancouver Vacuum Carpet
Cleaner.
Front    St..   Dominion   Tru.t    Building.
San Francis��    Ifa.   14    Thi   I i.m
01    n centl*     ���    toi       ���   in
11)   1., .ni;   Biu   ��� -i .n    001       ,
���    ������,. ica ���        ���
i .. un- for  tl     betti r ii ..
. young Chine .- In thei-  ��� Uvi
ani          i.  thn          ���  witii  di
tion on   v   -.mt o(   Internal dl ��� n
sion        Thn Chinese    con sl,
��bo * as si  ths head of tag in tl a
tlon  and hi_ staff bl twentj dlreetora,
iia..      '     -'..��� i|     giving   do   '��� .i ���        fOI
thei, ., tii n ��� di      li is bow
������ver. thai iron ile bag srlaeo s Ith   h
beads of ih.. riilni--<. Sin Comp
who w, i.  um consulted In th   on sa
j/.;iii..ii   ..f   the   sehool.
T.ever Tirothc-r?, Tornrno. will send you
free a cake of their famMS Plan,ii I
toilet soap, if  you mention this psper.
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW     |
you how It is cheaper to buy our
hlgh-clasi buil'iiriB materials
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We ean point to
lniildln-.'s built Witt OUT materials that never nee.] repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
liui they were not built, of our
materials. See where real
cii,-.-iiiness lies?
BROS., Ltd.
Rc>r  Skating   Race
The  rollai   akstlng mile cham uoa-
blp of British Columbia  will  b    ���!���
Ided tonight   ai    the   Pj tbian i mk,
when '-'hiviiici   Huff "f New \'.        in
bier iiini Bill) ...  ..I Vani ourei  will
again te*.   ��� ai ii othei'    >pe< d       i in
, hampkm. blp  ^:is  Intended   lo
!.. en iieci-i  -I In thi ���        ���   ���'��� .
���.    Injured bla ankle before the '">���
'Ish, and h '*a;  'hougbl lai    to give
him   iiiintlii r    cl      ' '���        A   lv.i'i      ii
cup la offer, rj for     ������ wlnnei.
Cuba Authorizes Lottery,
Havana, Mi ��� IJ The hous,- of rep-
r, Bantatlvea I j '��� vote of 52 to iM to-
d;iy passed th, bill authorising a tm-
ionai lottery 'i... general terms of
the project, from which in. govern
mom expects to draw an annual re*
enue of from $1,000,000 to |8/KK),000,
culls fur thr.e drawings monthly at
which the Dumber of tickets sad the
amouni .,i the ;irlzea ars totw lefi '"
the discretion of .bo secretary ol tM
treasury.
������������������������������4
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Wsatmineter
Snap For a Few Days
House and four lots, Third Avenue,
Burnaby, double corner, only five
minutes to car line; .$500 cash.
Terms.
$1150
���
;; F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Read and
Act Quic
Special  Glove News of  Importance to  Every  Wor
Ladies' French Kid Gloves $1 Pair
THE   MOST   REMARKABLE  GLOVE  OFFERING  EVER  PRE
SENTED TO THE WOMEN   OF      NEW      WESTMINSTER. 300
PAIR OF FINE. SOFT PLIABLE FRENCH KID GLOVES IN
SHADES OF TAN. BROWN WODE. GREY AND BLACK AND
WHITE    WITH    TWO DOME  FASTENERS ON   SALE   AT   THIS
LOW PRICE. AN OPPORTUNITY WAS AFFORDED US OF
SECURING THIS SPECIAL  MANUFACTURERS' LOT Of-
GLOVES AT A SPECIAL LOW PRICE THESE GLOVES MUSI
BE SOLD AT ONCE SO AS NOT TO INTERFERE WITH OUR
REGULAR  STOCK        THEY  GO  ON   SALE  TODAY. BE  SURE
YOU   PROCURE   ONE   OR   M.HE   PAIR YOU    WILL   WONDER
HOW SUCH RELIABLE GLOVES CAN BE SOLD AT THE PRICE
SIZES 6. 6 1 A. 6 1-2. 6 i-i AND 7 INCHES; WORTH $1 H TO
$1.50.       OUR   SPECIAL   PRICE.  $'00   PER   PAIR.
A Fresh Supply
of Ladies'
Wash Neckwear
Stylish Inexpai    ��� ���  i    Sv,
���*lilch a person r.iim..!  (al! t.> Bttmlr,
Prices    .!<Tr,t_   that  sr.-    arc  Offering
��� ������      afore sa l are
...
���    ��� .   . Th.
t ed        I novelties tin . theli a q
'
OUIP1 UK LACS  VM. US'I.N
. \ Rfl * designs, . scb Mc
30c, 35c  ,o  50c
, ' ...
ii .    arl
���   a I . .c ,o 50c
.'.  .8H  STOCK COU MUI
...
iy   sl) I.
Just     In ....
25c ,o 65c.
Twenl    ��� n.i i of    ����� 11.   chiffon
11   and    ��� ���     ichln     I    arbti    cr, sm,
sky. mauve, pink sad blacb      R-gulsr
piin - :... aad 10,      Bpe, Ial pric,-
.��� li   25c.
Special Outsizes
in Cotton and
Lisle Hosiery
Lad ' v.- ���    "��� BC   !   00 ������ n,   , :..���
'ic,-'   IIhIp   hO   :
���     ���:.,: .:>��� li  ill. n    SSI
15c. 50c  ��nd 65c.
Ladies' Wash Belts
25c Each
rn..-. i, dosen whits i.'i.. dnch sad
i.i.'-ii v.., h belts, plain i.i -inu-..i.i ��� .
with atlti hi d 'i.'i bound sdgea Pearl
buckles ii -��� vi'iai shapes; detschsni*
fastener, which sllO-S bell to be sss
iiv washed \ spsdsl porabas. ni-
f.inis ua MiIh opportunity to "ft' i i * "
an attractlvi bell bargain < m ssls,
each, 25c. X.S
ALL    SIZES   OF
Ladies', Misses' and
Boys' Hosiery
25c Pair
ot of aa
���   . ttoa *���������������
S to io li
���I -i      i ���
Shantung Silks
75c Yard
Twentyetx.ni b     b stj    B   ���''
atlka, in brown, aary,   reae I
���.k'.. altos hi""- iie.ii'i  In "��� ��    '
IV,  <ard	
White Pongee Silk
\i    last   WS   are   enahle   tO   BdV, i"'"
lie   fuel   thai   v.,    hav     recil. - I   ..   B< ���
supply <>f    ih>    sarric, sbl,    ll*   -'.
Inches vide, sad    Bas   .'>��.i ���������" '"
wsavs     r.r ysrd
b'.i
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK.
 IMMIII ��

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