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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
y,:  ,    NIMIU.lt   IM
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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ymiuiifiON 10        |BBHiip DONTENWILL       TRAIN ROBBERS        iLOCAL SAWMILLS       j��� CARD W,LL
POPULAR PASTOR        I(j BE m SU0N        ���' ,T'inr*'    rrT cvnAfir Tnmp     mm T(J ULD OE
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and   '<��� -     '-
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I Hig    Officer of  Ro.
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STILL AT LARGE
1 p-Country Police Are
Hoping io Land Them in
-Jail .Soon.
1 the tl
��� .,  d   ,,[   In-    per-
i,  v.,.- C. PJ
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GET EXPOKl TRADE
*""" Ne.-.   Westminster   Will
Considerable Business Shifts    Resident���commanded
Lose   Valued
Ferryboat
DIVER CANNOT \| RK
IN ERASER 1 PTHS
1
_
From Vancouver to This
City.
Surrey.
In ���:,-��� Q. ..
future lose ��� -'������   ' '   itj  most  r. -,
Capt Jan..-*:  L 'aid -
von street  has decided  io leave th s
; Moore D_ciines to Search
For Bodies Because of Undercurrent.
. v ���
i ...    laat    nigni   ,������ .....  ,	
..   ol  the log-  cit) whl ��� _���
_. __.                   g   . .     ,                      v.i..   past, twenty year-, and to ta
m Moi        ..        I .......         - I residence   at    hi*    tdnhplace.    neai
of the u mm   at Van-  Windsor, N.  S.                     and   Mi
. . < v    reo Ived    ��� thi ey have Card, tog.     with    I
polio   ���:-....          ��� .           .,;.      |,.,]ia card. ���
the >                        ���-  posee I   ooi on .......    tne east within tb.   i              or
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_     ,       camps belonging to the one mill, but |    Captain  Card   ani   Mi
ii. , clui ���'������  .. .       . ; .   tJi ��� . .. j;,,;,, rh.- nei| I ol v��ln i
'  ���" . '   . ,, .    v  s.. having been  bne oo
�� ���   ���- rt lumber banks of the river Avon, a fe*
'  ���' t point, a that   ..id Nora   Beo
'. "��� "'   .. -.      on Captain  Card  was   born  in   1833 and
-     Ring ;   ind
etore   be bold
v.    *        ngj' 	
ipto     ��� ��� ��� Bta "i  v.
WAS  GREAT   SUCCESS.
Barnabas'    Church    Annua
Held   Yesterday.
Sc.
1   I   iu   1S40
Thi    -..���-.���:: 1 In 1861, the Be���
; John    .1    Mel.'    '    ��� of   Van. -
but   formerly  o!   Wlndaor,   performing
n-mon y.
Captain  Card   from    bis  youth  up
1  hi*  living  from  the a***1   having seved  in all eapacitiea froi
nen ce   up to    master   mariner on
-. essels belonging to the sea-
KILLED   IN
WRECK   AT
N(  TCH   HILL
'���
1    ���
(    ot    Sllvfr *j   '
'.
of Um
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M_^_^_^_^_^_^
���     ���
, '   I    iii    a :.    St
��� ��a ���  the dlrectl a thai
ea a ���    . , ning  all'    '; ���** *i;- 'he '
..-,,:   .-     Barna        In  aid  o;   tbe    ... ���  _
,     , to gel  ' i yesterdaj oon and eve       oa       town, of the    maritime
....     ,     red a -*-���      the in ���
.... .���        attended   and      In  1889 the captain    cam<   '
��� : ooasl    -.������'.ns   at   New   v.
tbe deed ���   :    ��� la ���    ;,.i He acted aa captain of various
��� ,.    ,,,;,,! Qu | .... means of                                             """r an*- ** "'" craft 0n :he Phaser, and tin a. ;���   ���    ��� d
. ...                     [t   i,    ...  al]  ��� -.,                          ��� >  of $43. the old  ferryboat     Surrey    fro:-,   the
1   vv    thei   will    attempt  bi    j-':p ��� ���' ��� -:- ';' Captain  Card  ran  th.   B
0 tt,..  ij.,.  >'.   A,_-,   0|   prince- the afternoon and evening and there for Bis years, one of thos,. years
^^HH wat   _:.*���.. a  :a:,ie  at  which   the   ��..ri, ing tiv -��� -reat fire      In r.
* .���   .. , |  I. ,   ... .,, | i l1S t>een of the ladle   ol ...   _.vi.__ waa pacity  of  master of the Surey i
^^���^^^���^���^���sn________^^^^M Card forced   to   leave
  ���_ ... s. And.   .v.- house on the  night of the coniia-
jnothing to do with it      It was appar- aided at the  no ,.  table and  bad no tlon  and   to  tak-.-   command  of
****'��n!'.     :.,   ��,,rk of green bands      The dill lng of their wares, ferry,   which   it   will   be   remembered
-,.   ...... ���      .  Th,    . itrlbutlon of  tbe refreahmenU acted also as a fireboat.     The res'iv
^^^���s_-^_^B^BBnn__t����,- that  fnntaln  and   !
'      ,**    name ol   B ���' ��   ;'   f""     ' ""-
'���       ' :'':: ln;,    v" J Mr.
,      ....    to     ow that        bad      >
I                     .<*e.l _
he'work of green handa.     ThejdhB .:. map. ���-���...so. ";;;',;-n!s acre<l aUo as a flreboat.     lhe rei
to    ed   In                  ���    ������- Tn' '     ','���'���'���    . m�� Q CorbotUd waa that Captain and Mra. C*rd
t the rfWng of the expr.     car*  _*\ *   \'   '.      .v:,dl,vM,   a., their  home   and   all   Us   content.
.      *    ���                    a. thougnt (W|U ���ot doDe in a workmanship fssh- iand Mrs. Clute. aasiar��u oy ��   ^.��� #v
lar
���  tne
long ti
���
-a A*      | . _..-,
mi  .-
-
��� rl|| he blocked tor i
the a
!'��� V  .
M *    . ���: i.an
'���-   >arn
4
���
Prmeent  Pur����
��� I
I shall <     the
.: -��   Mr    |UI
......    DUtt tor B. C   F
' -. a> sou ���       ��� ��   ,n tho��*
-uch us ���* . ably hav. dis- Grant. Mrs.  K.  Camel.  Mrs.    Nelson that   disastrous  night   in   September
���   ������ : .   v-             Bill   an.   M -  Wright   who acted a_  wait-  1898.
Miner n Mr-    8.   Tidy   looked   aftei      When the Surrey was again taken
, ��� adits mad.         '   ��� i-tbe ���   ���                                                over  by  the  city,  Captain  Card  was
fob -��f th    train  there waa      The - ; affair,  was   appointed   master    *    ***-   **�����-�����
.   r0    -   taken  fron
of     the   Domlr..-:,
,i   auairo   "���'���    ��^k"-"****      ���      _^_    _,.,/,,
*  i      ur.   a   \     iletcher   the government  sn-igboat   Samson,   whi .-
o.   *.__.   i-   ,-   *-��~-   ---     -,  rcv,,t::    r        BVomens  InxBiary ol he commanded for six years,  resign-
tbey bad I    died tb.          ���      .'������                  n  ^omeI     AUi s      hls position only last year.
.nd  thi'   was pi              a some, th,  U'.ain and  Mrs.  Card  have  large
���   larger     proposition     than
.   ... handle      None of thi   ;      pilfering cn  an
The bod ������- of    the    ��� ���,- Im er ami
drowned at u>e
v     ���  ��� ��� ��� i,l>-ui   on   Sat
urday continue at  the bottom ol  tne
: river, and are likely  to remain  ihere,
iditlons   i baoge   materiaUf
.  s bo in      Ja nes Moore,
���   ,- :.    -I  dive    - -.. aii. ,i     >���  th-
���   Northern  Rallwaj   declined to
..  down, expressing   be opinioa 'h_t
.   v.4tA certain death to  .--niun- wtta
the stream    running    seven  to ''igBt
an  !,',ur, and  ;���!:,,u��  oadereas
Mr M./.r.-  tha diver, baa ta��i
lots of experience la  this rlTer, ane
���-  i where, so that his opinion may be
taken as authoritative.     The G, N. K.
officia'.s meanwhile have sent for diver* to Seattle.
Government Takes Control.
Tired   of   the  delay,   and   urged   Oy
the constant  solicitation-  of   William
1_. 7.j._'Ai_d.  brother oi  th.- d.-a.l engineer,    the    provincial    government.
through  Government  Agent  Fletcher,
���terdaj   took   the   matter  in   hand*
:   ogaged a diver  ai.o was to have
v ed   work   la*t  evening      But
had not arrived at the time eel     ine
rori    ��� ngineer, K. C. Gamble,
. .ade an  in.'   tlgaition and  probably on his report the government will
decide if an inquiry win be t.i- ,.i. an*
if bo, when it will take phiae
Three Seattle divers, B. Gilbert, U
Graves and H. Cook, employi-.1 hy 'he
G N. R. Co. to attempt the recovery
of the :.o!i-i of the victim- oi the
-. and to report on the po.-'Uosi
of the engine and the possibilities of
salving it, arrived in town yesterdsg
evening
They will spend today iti dragging
o;_rations. it being hoped that It may
be possible to secure the bod:.--, with
ou- a direct descent. The iiraggisg
-��� rati ���: ��� wil; also in all nro'r.ability
give son�� clue as to the position of
affaire at the bottom of the river
On Thursday they  wii.  BB ke a de~
.-*���-���
EXTENSIVE   SCALE
S_.-.tr��S5 FIRST M.VriiH OF SERIES
MJHTB FOR ISLAND E���.
I   work   |
.n.   h mon
Bg   ber    lh��'
One    !��� ':
��� wa    ba    tu ���- �����"*-
a     *1       t!,.        >->.   "   '-I B ������*   ���-
.  B-sa fasted, tht
���
l*& r.<
otbsll  Cup  Arr-n.
Ladysmith   w\   I   Receive We.t
minstf   Rcv�� -   Saturday.
r-    al]   Of   whotn   wi re   ln   *
a: the time, were touch. .1  ssv. ' 	
���v.. got  vi.vouB and t'im.-d out
-.- what had happened.      He was      ' 1 reahoim, AJta., June 10.���A -fcn-
relieved of a few triflei 'sa-.ional dlAscovery of tbe.ts ha- beea
Tbe theory that the ami mad  to   '    ������    "���' ���    I   -:-     M"   '  :  fohca
.    -.   .., ,.,���.       ���- N     ���   ett   ������ '        -~'-'    '-'-     u'--     weech,   rnuiK
wa.. .   ..   .....   ,,  ..;.,..      ;.   A'ileox   md  Gilbert  Kramlngton,  who
rom Ttnll to Vane,.-ive- :- ��� ���   ' - ***e arreste
d'.i-cr-edited. Inasmuch as even charged stealing tight)  bushels,
ad  thi    ������    era  held   up ' ' ������    "u-    *h�� I
y  co;'!   only  hav.- Ukei      ���* ' ���   '     '-'   '��� A,'!'   v ::*
���   luantlty  of  silver  ������- :-  K'- ������'���������   '��� -   ;-���'��� on Monday]
gb to mak.- up '     ' '   police  went   to  '!���-    bouses    to
���   ���-.-    ��� I   In the  deed l1"' ��-:-i.:.    They found it,
  Bt   Weeeh'a   house;   also  a   large'
,,v |tj  of general merchandise was
,:   which  ha*   been  Identified  03
Cla   -. -ii.   merchants     Some   of   it
i*  raid  to bare come from Stavely
numbers of fTiend= snd relatives still
living in Windsor. N S and they ex-
pecl to tak- up their r..--ic_ence there
permanently
PROVIDES PENSIONS
FOR CIVIC EMPLOYES
DAUGHTER PLEASES
ALFONSO AND ENA
I An   Important   By-Law   to   Be   Passed
Lpon   By the   City    Council  of
Victoria.
CM.NESE   CARUSO   WILL
TEACH   COMPATRIOTS
King and  Queer, of  Spain  Had  Hoped
That  Their  Nex.  Chi:d Would
Be  a  Pr.ncess.
Lag reals   Bp In,    June   -J.���Queen
_________________ '     -inly _______________
tie ds    to  ch."'*"       HS ft4 ���.  ,_,).   ,
i.       ���   srtl]  plaj
*   ball chani-
iblp >���! British Ooluml la an Bat
next lAK-ksie,,
being cboeen .uh ref. -������      Thej  wil
go   i.we  by   boa-   ,,u   Friil.ia   i v.-mng.
.; tii.  return   ,. ime ��� HI bs
���     --      Utei   elghi min
'   ' ;^u   '"  t!uT��I1M T;  ��L..    .ilemT-d'Wa   carried
..-:.-  v Bt"ss_"��s. �����__��_*._���*.
for    ��a"._i!.e    ��� ,
���Hi. -'.I        Illl,       I    .' bS*"       BJl*
��� _t��i, t., bv ni > ������ ssnv
...   ti,
,. Coiumbta
praii  bad  b. aa ������'  I
��� .,i   ibowed   o
..,    bw klndlj
When  i ������    ���
!,.-�� bom  -.    :   '      ���"''���
ot a an   ���
ii  land        i V
.'<* edtth    od D.
��� '.-1   a  bo. ���   ' '    !k,>
.   u   i     11    to H.
��� nd   tv
..,!,.  bv   D   B   Co '
Major, C   J   B ���
...        ��� i
��� i,,uali     on   mhiill   ��     ""
i.tmih leave toroorros
Jimmy   \ii.ui.a.   wired    ���   ei lay   to
i    '   Mahoe.   with shorn thi  B C  >*
\   left ih.- matter ol arranging dates
IV.i '   lil*   !.-.,        .....   ��1!.111$
���  ��� Rovers i- : .*"'iiie
���    -      ���        Hi     :v   ���   .      runs
"HritiK >our team ..-.- B. W.
��iii u ..-        th.   .- um
,1 H- . v i .      :,, ths
fault ' *ho
ted lu
. It ting their  season   and
game went by
default mainland   ���
t��hi|.  srs     ettled on  April
-Ml  Mu- 6
li i Ml
and garni -
. nv,
17   when
Johnson,   a   Chinee,   bar lone,    .   in
Seatl '���"'   "'"11"B   f:     '
_ .,. .-..unship    Minne.
sofa   to   re- :--   .mulse    land.
Then  "   "-'  uv     ':
Kurop.-un and  tmerican music ��tbe
Ch neai      >>���   ���       "    '''  e����V5w!
teach  musk  sl   "     Nanking  Un rei
*it> ai Nsnklni   i *' cow*^
���'   CWns .. T
Mi   ,i. bnson's I ���.
Slug gni-, but he uses his American
nave   i-. ,        ,.   ...   	
An addVi.ui.i chargi   ol  *'--.,l.ng  ibis   victoria gaTe*Wrth to a daughter at
bi iff win '.   lam sgalnu Weeoh._Ap.j6:tt a m   .oda.,
Th- birth of a princess is particularly pleasing both to the king and
the queen, as they had hoped that
this child, the third, would be a girl.
The first two children are boys,
Priniv Alfonso, born May 10, H-07,
Kirkland June 22.���There has [**& Prince Jaime, born June 83 1808
een an epidemic of burglary and }'h'' *.,-,-t,s!\ -he heir k.-.he throne, is
thleTery in this town and vic:nv> fair, like ms mother, but he bas tne
and the council at it* las: meettngde roti .ing lip of his lather, and pro
elded to place n bounty on burglars nounced choke of the Span *ti. The
- raaolution has bean unanlmouaij ������'-'��� boo. ��" the other hand, is
paesed offering .,  reward ol 850  tor dsrt craiplexloned and tooka the real
' ^._. ..  i.���hi������ to!Spaniard. H- waa named after Jaime
th.- Conqueror, king of Aragon. as a
REWARD  OFFERED
FOR  CAPTIVE BURGLARS
has
name almost entirely    Whll. In BeM-  ; e       tun   of  ,m,   person  guilty ot j^^m-nt  to the province of ��-ata
������',. he  has  been  '���'��� ' burglar, o. breaking o. entering wltn.,__,���   ���.v,i-k   r��rme- n nan of   tn.
intern  to steal  wtthln the l��miti
Keay.  of  the  Quonc  T u
208 Washington str< rt
, ,,in;,ati>.
of
::���. town oi  Kirkland.
Ionia,  which    formed  a  part of
.UKV  . -   '"I"-
Sine-  !'
M-
��� ���
ACCIDENTAL  DEATH
.IMII IIS. it'll     ��*ew-w- lae     |l(Wll     Vl      ����..	
Johnson  first '   '    .      r...   ,,..,- waa mad* to tad-da o
i---.ui..- .m.i iv,v    ���- ���- 1,.|)iT. committed within the pa*    D
United  Btatea daVg ,,.���i prior to January 1, 1910   w
; r,aUi; oi  the action of the council
The Effete East. ;.!- hav,   been     ' , '������'��� P0?'
, .  ,    June   -:���   -���'   �� ���" coasp'cw���� places.
,,. -he synod of the Toronto dtoceaej
BALMORALS   WIN.
\. toria, J-._s 22.���With his *ctu
of Uassitying aud eatabhstdag the
positions and salaries of civic -BB-
[ptoyeea along the -*am^ plan as aduet-
,ed by the provincial government wader the Put.lie Serv.ce Act. now Be-
ofr. the city council. Ald-rman B-s-
hop is out with another proposition to
put thv- civic service on a pennaneat
basi* and improve the outlook of the
civic employees. As soon as tbe civ*
service bylaw is considered t>y tha
council and adopted, as it is believed
will be the case. Alderman Bishop will
latroducaa a bylaw to provide for
ithe .-stabtishmeut of a superanuatios
fund The details ot the -cneme hav��
'not yet been consider.d at length,
and the project is as yet more or le*s
indefinite A draft bylaw is now i*
course of preparation, antl will come
befor_ Uie council at an eax'.y  dat.
The special commute, recently appointed by the council to consider
Alderman Bishop's civic service bylaw and Hx ihe i-eiuiin.ratJon which,
employ.*-*; shall enjoy and how sueh
emg-oyeea shall be classified its now
at work, and will -eport to the council
r. .. short time.
Body
AN SUBSIDY
TO BE COHTlia
Cl"AU*n      Government      Undert-Kes
Rrniv.��|   of  Aflrerrrient   Ifl   RrUarrf
<o   Steamihip   Line-
0   ,��.,   June  22     It   �����  ���",al'Hl    '
"l" ili*p_rtmeni  of  u���_e and    .'-"11-
' ���-'. thai the BttbsMlasd sarrlosrnjm
'���- v,,i,u- ooaat to Maxioo ��ii J"
lusd, Canada psjrlai |W*W "uu
Mexico 188.000 Instead ol ****_ ���!'':
'08 150,000 ns In  the  past     l>"'<'','
���^  thai   Hi  vle-v of the fuel �������.   '
'  ni of freight  were seiu  ��<��� ��'*
I .i-_.   -niii.i   tons   front   M**
Man     Run   Ovfr
^^^^k        Mutilated.
i'..,.|.iiii Pittsadl gl ... "ii.il clou, i, weni oat io H.iinei -y. sterds)
mui held an Inquest on ths body ol
.in   unidentified    man   whoa...   remaini
were bkked up oa the C P. it. track it :.���
on Monday ntuht. 1 bl inau had nn
anil   nnd   leg   cut   off,   and   the   l"od>
mutilated      Hs    is sup-
K__ been   stealing  a  tide
on one of lhe frolghi trains, fallen
off. and run over by the curs There
��as nothing found to assist Identification.
Ths Jury   returned  a  verdict Of accidental death
Lupmbe,-   Goes   Up.
The lumber m'Jis
 ^m^Sm afternoon,   a   n'i": -''	
" ' S3?S Zff,"y f ���     .- �����-} S_��U-_S_-. u��
,.   .,v;.._.:_i-.^ ��& _Sg ^jjiftjyc:
��""".. i_;"::.;:-v-,aw"3_u'w r_5W5_ a��� m _
Defeat   the   Young   L berals   in   Inter
estmg   Gartie.
The  Bai   orah    gah
theli-  right   to - : -!l1 i  *;'
:,.!_ .���     when    tie.-     ' '������ - '���       *n''
Toung Uberala at Que -.. -  , s*
night with the score of ? to '������     rhw
Balmorals have apparently the cream
tte"reaion of tlle KK';U ba"P1:i-vel!:' ai1'1 St��ni u!
LIGHTNING   SHATTERS
SPIRE OF CHURCH
ways abh
that   the
fauiill worship.
was badlj
posed  to have
to  pull   out   a   victor.-
eel  tight  in  thi   league  la
^.Vihe'now  for  second place,  between  the
lhat Liberals   and   the   Hussells.
Th, playing last evening was ver..
good a lot Of fast work being done
Although there was the usal abundance of amateur errors, the players
weut   alter   everything   in   title   pro-
I aaiilnet   30W1  Ions  fron.   ����   city conncu   ^      vlll(; is bS
1  '   ibis l�� a fair division of the *>��� <�����wpra'^^���,   and  the W��
���Wj     Tl.   government  It*  ..nxlo.��   < l.lone ^J^Twt^St   lor
��m Unue .he aarvlce In order to S<���� ,ru.nlte company
��^NTJSS ^Te^anat.on
,    , si     That -Md- Mo*'
Uran.f.-rd. June >-    j����� ,lf w0rkB
,.���!. chairman "f'1".^",,, employ
Ol  the d<>-  ����m�� -I. IS   �� ,B the
of  ,,..-  Westriiinlt,.  laving w
,]uv.^4 made by AM
dty council tonight.^ ^^^ |(| ,H.ln(.
eat-
the
much used In building, but
mills are trying to make up for ��    ���
  they  lost in the past two years whit
Who's Arfaid? Ilumber   went  so   low  a_  to  make  u
,-,   ���,.   t,m��� as it    is    reoorted ni-c��*ssarv lo sell at a J08a   it ia
SS ^ a was ^  - ��� ��� ���
h^^^A^T^aorna pecla.ly as they  had large stocks on gaj Id ���������&*.
'������1  do  not   f.*ar  the conspirators'-       ihand. |    Young   Liberals  -  rltxgerald    ss
lng exhibition.    Deans umpired.
'    The   teams   were:
Balmorals���Sinclair   Ih,  Br'.ggs  ss
_ i n Columbia
Mi idea
,nu),. roots n<'^0,,���,
Lieutenant Peary May Now
Have Reached North Pole
ss,
Brennan i-f^Stlver 2b, Sayce p. Owens
lb, Jamieson if. McTavlsh c, Dlgman
cf.  Robinson 3b.
The score by Innings:
Balmorals   .. - 2   ->   1   ��   ��   ��   ��-��
Liberals .... 2   0   l   l   0   o   1-5
Brockviile. Ont. June 22 ��� rae
burning of a large ham on the farm
of Manley PtsMs, of South Augusta^
and extensi\t. damage to 'he Metkw-
dist church at Mallorytown were features of an electric Htom. whkh vlw-
lted this section u>da.v. Th���� spire
of the church was sham red and
lightning continued on down ln
main body of the edifice, doing "
cn* le��s damage to the interior,
fluid spent itself without starting a
flre. Fields' barn was completely
consumed, with its contents of mat
chinery. grain, etc. making a toes nt
at lea-it 8-000. The in-uranoe waa
only about 8500.
Many   Rubens   Lost.
Namur.     Brussels.       June     'it-���_t
'church   at   Morialme,   whkh   cont
ed several paintings >by Rutx-u.-.,
| destroyed by fire today. The
I testa of the church  were completer
burned.   The damage am. uute to "**
contmcls
Aid. Moffatt
Inquiry Into Collision,
London, June Hv-The WmlrsKywj
��*l   or,l,r,,l   an   inv.v-lga. on   <
.     ,������ brtimB the newly ����{^
>>."iiii.\ cruiser  Sappho and ��
1 ''.'���  -samai on latnrdW
admitted he was In the
8erVlce"of  ^^rhftoM: ��_- '��   -,"
_��^_tl_.!?n__?wBA^S��^
^or  interests
M��d Ws  i^'tion  tii^.-"      contrMU.
!f the oompany in **��    ���
Council too" no action.
Washington,  June  22��� Friends    In
this city of Command-r Robert Kdwm
.., .n_  iv��ry.   *a  explorer,   who kft   swt
US5&M|My  tor the fro^n  north. a��Ud yea
for " "V .  .... ....  ....    ,,... ���i.n,_i .��,_. alaru snd Stripes
for any ""JS*     that
.t    1...1   laxiiliiinins
bill    ��'XP
\1|   lllli" "I*       ���' ,.,���,
lenuw    i"*j   w"-��'"i   ����������.**!_.-.���-
time hai planted the Stars snd 8trip��s
���t*. the North Pole.
No news has been received from
Peary since he left Ktah, North Oreen.
land, August  1,  1908. for a dash as
tar into the Ice-bound seas as the
Roosevelt, his sp-,-dally built vessel
would carry him before being frosen
Jn ...
If he haa been successful in reaching the pole the news of his discovery
will not reach a point of tclvgraph
communication until August or September lf he has been unsuccessful
he will remain In the Far North ond
l-try again next  spring.
Is Great Commercial Body.
Boston June 22��� The formation of
what is 'believed to be the largest
commercial organization In the coun
trv was completed yesterday when the
Old Merchants' Association, Chamber
of Commerce, Board of Trade, and a
number of special business associations united ,is the new Boston Cham
her of Commerce, with a membership
ot three thousand, and an income or
8100,000 a  year.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS,
WEDNESDAY   jUNe  23
assihe
vertisements
WANTED.
FOR SALE.
TO RENT.    LOST.    FOUND.   REAL ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.   E TC.
Wr'-Wv,
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Mmf^li-'
If a man had gold dollsrt to sell  at fifty  cents and  did  not   let  the  people know anything about it, he would not  sell  any.       You  must  fell   the  people ' '  ,ve t0 *'""��� "**' *hfy Should     pun
thing of the value you offer them .n  return  for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit  of thinking that  because  w.   have been a  long time  In  business everyone  mu��"   of   ItecSSSlty   kli
wares.       Use   the   advertising   columns  of  The   Daily  News  and   keep  ,.br_a_.   of  thr Bl
WHY    i,   .1 UN    SINGLE?- W
And a   ��� -genial life compa
any    r. man    oi
Send stamp tor particulars.    -'
, rn ; ������ .       v.-n;  V- ague, Boi 1301,
Vancouver.
WANTED.
WANTED���A GIRL  FOR  GE!
bo , ework     a pl_   1.    1 b rd avenue.
WANTED   GIRL    TO    WORK
. ,   . i*    Uund
AT
WAN .ED   Girl  ' '
moi
Sixl .   - reet
LO Sl    GOLD
Return Boi -
LOST.
RING,
,   New -
INITIALLED
l_OST���WHITE       FOX       TERRIER
with moiis, .i.i.,i   i head and Wack
spot   on   tail.    Binder  will   be   '������
warded by communicating with   K. .
i;   T . this office
FOR   SALE.
FOR SA___���WE    HAVE    A    NICE, |
new six-room hou*.- i lo i to Twelfth j
atreet car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bath.
Price $1640. Small cash payment-
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C-, Box 56.
City.
IV i. .MS   IN  THE   l"i i ill \N   HV' "
to  let   iu     I'tes ol    two   foi
hou.-.. ..   ��� , Hi. til      Bt.   ni. I
with    hot   and    col I    water,    gas
rang,   an I   sli ctrlc   light       I'erma
.     -���    \    if    i'. *���    on,
��� om '���'   second D<
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D   GOODFELJ OW, ARC1
U, Dominion Trusi  ...
EDWIN   0   w   BAIT,    .RCH1T1     I
��� -.
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
THK PEARSON ELK< I i'li' CO.,
dealeri in ��� ��� ectrlc,' ma. blnery,
fixture.-, and supplies IBS wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
ate. Bank of Oomm. r. e bull ling,
'pl one 831, P. 0  B   i K
vv VSER VALLEY NUR8ER1I -
l..ik'     For
v   -      -  ��� ' .        I ; ,
.-RY'S   NL'RSl IllEB PAI
Bted       '    tre.
.  . 1010    w ���   '
i,    I    \ i    , ��� i. ���      a   :   bran      aural  South   \ Bl C -i>i r.
PAPER   HANGING   A   DECORATING.
DSON,   W AKI.   PAPER    i. ���
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[INS       .       iv R \      ll"'
i...I ti        ��� -     u   n   Cart:
-   v  ..   ticket <
Drug Btore
CRYST _L   I'll    -TR1
.ii      ���   ��� ���
picture     lllus      i     m
on i  ��� .
Mond ,.    \\ od      I i    an I  '���
THK   EDISl iN'   Till   \T
Bd   1
tnovti
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PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
TAILORS.
,,   11   l*     ROYAL    CIT.     IAJIX1E
a   Oddfi
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are i -,
p       L'RE        POS1
ial.     sl   _   Hor.
v      aery Sti       I. O. i
.. tr divan, K. Maekeoi
and    i hi Fall," Colu
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FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J.  I.   MERRY   _   C -    PHONE   a
Corner   of  B Bd   Cai
streets.      1! I 1  a  fee,]  and
breakini   stable for horses    ih i ���*
for sal,-      R. ference  I irnlal ��� I
TO 8CD8IC LOVERS���AT A 8ACR1-
flee, a Brlokerhoff p'ano in p<*riect
condition, splendid s.nging tone, almost new; J250 cash, or 8-100 on j
terms to responsible party Apply
P. O. Box 795. or at 417 Fourth
street, city.
FISH   AND   GAME
BENSON   _   -YUNG,  PISH,  FRUIT,
Game   Vegetal ea, etc.     Begbie st,
opp.  Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
FOR SALE ��� BLICKENSDERFER
Typewriter No, 7; only used one
year. Cost 850. Will sell Cheap
for cash if taken at one-. Address
T. J   P., this office.
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO LET���SIX-ROOM HOUSE. 4
Ro; al avenue, near Fourth, mod.
Improvements    rent  816-00.    Api
J.  M.  VcDonaid,  801   Agnes st. ������
near E'do-.t.
W     E    FALES,   THE   PUKNI-1 t RE
Deai'-r, Upholsterer and L'ad-r: Jt. r
'.-', - ia i McKi-n-,.- s
P   -v 178, night ta.; si
0 M.VIN   LAD1E8'   .ND  M
lorln.*.       .een   line - '
in       Bai
tng .,: i repairing      it- ������-. \  >
OCl        I ���'���   -    .
'I   St.
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE ..   EDMONDS   BARR1B
nd  i Helton       . **_
.; -.4 ������    n. w \. sum
w J. v.    ���    Ids  ll   I.  Wroonfl
GROCERY
I
WADE,  WHKM.KKK  _  MeQUARRlE
(F. C   Wad-. K   C . A   WhOS i-     *
r,   MoQoarrie).    Solicitor*,   i     . ���
ra, etc ,  42 Ix.rne street, i
courthous* New      Weatadnster,
.Phone 148), and the VaaeOBTer of
fice is at No  8, Royal Bank I
bers. 108 Hastings Btreet va I
GEORGE K MARTIN BARRISTER
and Soli, i',,r ('ulrhon block OO
lumbla and M> K.-nri- Bta., N'.-w
Westminster.   !!   C
W.      MYERS    <;RAY.    BARRISTER
Bollcitor nnd Notary Public    Cartla
k. Clarkson str. ��� I   oppoaite the
rourt House.     P  0   Boi 181
,h��n-  '",1
WOODWORK'NC*.
WiSlMINSTF.lt        W... 1t)W   IRKING
������irr an.i atari   BUlagi.
ca  Inei    stair,    ahowoaase,   ma    i
an l  .!��� t ll|   work      l-**--.l|!n��  snd  ���   '
be i
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and ��� 1
171
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|   -, Lodge N
.'   I   J.J   ;, in   on
tba !   11  ���.   i
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.   .   will ba fcartd at the hull and
n-      it the <    setei
.    _  .rn
CO MM 11
.!    ii-.. ��� ��� a,   pro-
1 ,^|   r.lone
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
FOR  THK  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
erles, phone :tS6      The Pure Food
Su| ,     ',.-   ery, P  0  box Bil
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE   .-HIKES  _  CO.
Real  Estate  u i  Insurance Agent
ty,  farm and suonrban property,
260 Columbia Btreei
HALE BROS  k CO   LTD., REAI
tate and Insuranc.    Pbone 335   188
Columbia streel   ;��� 0 drawer 100.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
*.'    DRAPER   I!   r    LAND   H   B
ireyor      Ellard block   New    '���������  I
Inal r. B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
ABBOTT & HYDE, (V. H. C. AB:
Proprietor).   Real . state  I i  ���
loans, aotarie i pu  lie, conv.   tncer
! 8 (''���' imbia streel   pi    Box .17,
Phone ::21.
I TLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, p. O. Box
���     pl or.a   -34.
TKN  ACRES,    KIVK MILES  FROM
town, one ml     ��������� uew oar ��� i
six ar res    cleared 6 roc       ���     ���
barn.       Prir-<-    f__ terms,
RING   ' P    250    FOB
���      turn 'Ut.     The
bles.
HACK8   tND
i'a bl .ii   Sta-
MACHINE   WORKS.
THK BCHAAKE  MACHINE WORKS,
Limit, i.  Front  Btreet,    New   we t-
min.-t'-r      M  ���   I      irers of mo I
.   ���    mill  in
Mil    ��� a il    and  sp-i  II   ������' oi     pre-
pat -l
PRINTERS
WESTMINSTER PItKss FOB KVKitv
kind of Uni      Mldgei loo ���
!��� if ledg --    Cosrte Car    a Papei
Pbone   '.:,     P   0     Boa 141      0 I
Sen     Bl.        B__t_ W ��� -'
RESTAURANTS
' NY S RESTAORAN. A CAFE
. i      ��� i     for 81       Hi
cooking   All  whlU no Orien-
���a: labor ��� day and
-   - ���      ,,      site tram oS
Rl >Y UL, CAFE  (Mn    Vrehei     roprle-
��� .     i ��� ng iif
fl h    I        : or   roasv
������ i. ooff. ���        milk
SECOND HAND   STORE.
\\ V    Bl   V     V NI)
I   all   kind*
hand  goods.
office.
BELL   FURNITURE
pl   n-w   an.i   .   i       :
\   B] SCk,   ��� ��� U   Tram
. O. o   F      \M1TV Ul IDGI    KO   Z~
The    re��;:.ir    BSeting   Of   thl.    KM_gM
.-���        . ig Oddh   owi  hall. t*.
Ua     re*   ��� .-���.   M ad iy
.a  *      .im k     tm   r*ergui
���  !      W   ��'   ''   ��t!n��m    r-     8088
ROBE   OF    COLUM Bl \   LODOE   N<��
- as of   Bag snd   h   h    u.-e
Etoae     I *ognw
' tv ��� It ��� -       of f*��<*h   i-
In  K   of  p   ��� �����   s
p m        Whit.     R - .-   Dage
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Lodge roon    t. O. U. V.      ill, Odd
fello �� ,-   ������ ���     ��� ��� ���
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in    th-
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tei Meets ei       i ..* w.
p ii.   in    the I
ta atreet     \  Clai
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Lord   of   '���' ���
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laj .,f i.-..I ���  a onth in K   of F
Chief  w   Sm'.- ��� .nol
IP .
STENOGRAPHY     _.     TYPE //HIT ING
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
���   ' -      '      offlce,    Box   (74
on.   198.     Real estate ai    It   ir
ar."   ���    ��� f'-|] aad   ��� ������
our Hat of cii irbai    - :
wh'-:<
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
,'.   <'   MONUMENTAL WORKS, JA_
McB
of mo ��� ���:.- ntal tombitom
ton.    el laranteed
Co ,'u   a stre ���   New Westmin I
FKKKMA*.
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BCNTINO,
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. It. r       .t.        Proi ifl  ��,  .',,
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\RH    uF    TRADE   NEW   '��� . ** l
���i -. - Board of Ti ta In tm
i -��� .'P. Hall, a* follows:
Third Thar d iy of ��� ich montn i
piartei eting    i     U       tntrd
Thuraday of Febi Maj    \.ii;-ifit
and   V-'--    .it  -  ,. m       Annual
laga on ,: rhurada
Febrnar]      New   i ��� he
...--I snd       ' both-
lv   ��ir     ipi art.-r' .      tn.--tlti^ 0     M
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LAND    REGiSTHv    AC l
.    aa      ,     ation ha��
lo registei 1    M
thr    owr..-r   In   f��*    ��lmplr.     un :
I tag OS .   Irvu.   '���:..    :. ., t   and
���*    ..' ���   .   . : ���.     ' ',. w   .'. .-.tnitn-
-., F   M.H'ii-<*r>    P**riti(c .Ut.. i
xh dsy of January   A   D-, t^'Jl   Of Bil
.1.1    iinc'i.r   th��.    ��� ��.-'.aio    l*r> ���
��� -' ,k- \ aa i : teai tea sM tau    ���
In*  ��nd   tmlnit     to   ''��� . .-���   of   Neu
r ���  '   H-it
Inh i known
and  d<'*o��ibed  ae   Lotl .���!.   M    v  mil
���t    i-i i_.        B��_4lrtaioa Bta. 14
-..*-.     - .��� :      '....:     *���  -Jit -1
( the lax pei
��� - wifkta fori. ii..     .     v
af the first pa _f thla no
rwlae i shall regfetwi F  Mr
��� ��� ���.  .��* ..-,.��� iberi  (in f-**       kad
tbv       .  .
thla ii.iici* la ��� ii��n>  n<-����. ^
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Beat at nu
I -i'h tbia M '   ���
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���nln_   ��ny
. ������ tad
*'.. i all
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'    Regiatrj       .  ���       eh��l|   be
!���t'i. d  and d
Jtiv  i-lni      li -.  -
���,d "" sold foi tat,-   as
V i'    _l-i-r-,    Art
LAND   ACT
Comox   Land Oniric!.
D.t.!r.ct nf Qu��en Ct._rlc>tt�� Sound
'te',.- ��� ��� .    . i   II   __>*->. BOB, ��� I
v*aaoouver, oocupatlon ��� i ncher,
Intend"    i ������ U>loa to
f<    .-Ainu     '!��� scrll ��������� 1   land-
'i  ini Ina   a'   a   DOW   planted    et
Ihe ��        end  of  1- ��ls in'anrt, thsooa
aortl ���       ��� sab i burly aa I wm
��� '; lioertag    ' .���*
ironn i the Island  I -  the
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TENDERS   WANTED
I ���   lera -��in be ree.   ��� -i   y
deralgaed    ap  to <������
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tlon "f ���  'if sr  ��� ���    ���
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the .1'* of Ne*   Wi
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Thf�� low ,   ' ,.
- .riiv accepted
w  \   ivschh
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C ty liar   J,.n.   I
GOES TO FAK NORTH
WITH liOLU STAMP MILL
Old   Yukon   Pioneer   Now at Edmonton
Prepares >o Start  Out on a
Bold   Venture.
Edmonton, June 21.���There is al tha
present tim,- In Edmonton en ronto
to the McKenzie basin a man who
hold, the distinction of being one "'
iii<- old.'t-i of the prospeotori of th
Klondyfce and on.- of the few membera
of iln order of the Pionesra of the
Yukon uin name is H&rvey V
Waugh, and h- leaves In the course <rf
���i few daya on a 2,700 mile journej to
Peel Hi v* i. a tributary of the Mc
Kenzle, which joins the larjt.' river
about 860 mllea above I<s mouth,
Mr Wiiui.li i atered toe Yukon in
1896 :.ii,i Shares with the wall known
George Oairmaok, Uh. honor of th,- <i
oovery of Bonanza. This Hrh dlstrlcl
be operated till 1901 having eiRht
claims in all from which h.- realized
much pay dirt.
After leaving thi   Yukon he hue re-
slded   In   old   Mexico   Alison i    Ca
lorni.-i anil  other  parts  of 'In- States,
.-otning   n-cently   from   Seattle.       Mr.
Waugh is a native of Prederlctob   N
eai
e in the I      sat
I ecured
tbe  Dominion  go
in.'i,' ,,ii tha FN
.IL'O        ii,.     will
take Into  th   north  oounti
Kiln,onion thl    week, th.   fl
mill - .. : to g   ovei land from Ed
ton.
Th.  freight which he will i m down
over the  >������ .'--i wt\     ol  I be ooi b  will
welgji ,-iir., i|  ir.    a tons,
of which win t,,   -i .,��� an | , .
tons Of provision .     He 1
iniiit  ai  Athabasca Landing to ���
pon i.i   goodi. 'I   ������ trip win be made
si.iv   [ake   down  tl ���   Mi
zi> to ' be mouth of the Peel and
up that river to the concessions owned
by Mr. Waugh,   He egjiecti  to go out
again th a winter over the mounl
to ___ on City,    With him aa a
ner of the trip to -.he north i    i.   u
Warren   of  Btratheona,   Bnoth i
Yuloii  limn,
INDIANS  ARE  NOT
DECREASING IN NUMBERS
QaohoeoaoeoecQeoet t* \ a-^oeo >sr^oe^. +r.+ +c oat aoaoeoet >ao
Cheap Lots
c
4
i
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE FULL Sl-E
LOT. 837V GOOD TERMS
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET NICE LOT 8'-'*0.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET $550.
REASONABLE TERMS.
I Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEAR. ON, Mgr.    	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
oeoeoeoeoeoeooec*-*oeo-oeoo*o*oeoeo^^
\t  thai had to change from open ;|lr W
Prince  Albert,  Sask..  Jane
���ii'..)  of  the dioci-ne    of     ias>Jgood  leathet   tenta and  fresh"buflalo
kati   pwan    thl.. afternoon, Venerable Itneal  i-, cheap cotton  tents In i ro
At. !i,I,���;,.-.,n MoKay, In charge oi  nerve where tasullflclenl  ratiom.
lii'l.-.u   work  In  thp diocese  said  he doled oui  to them.    In due Um
*] ' "! '" ccrreci ih,- Impress   ���  thai  tttdlani  woald dfoappos-    <ui   would Iglng a drain
the Indians were dylog ��nl     In   ������    disappear as  <Hd  Uu  Baaona   nan��� ���,_ ball fourb
ity the Indians won- Increa-u, ���    He und Normans in  Dnglaad    One-thlTd shoe and weighing twwlv_ n  ,   i
quoted Bovemmenl  sta��atlci   ,    the of the Indiana ta the Wesi belonged la  beUeved  thai   the  ball  w,, fired
pas   ..,, yean ibowlng an ,   U) ,h(, Ant,,i(.,an cburoh.   Thli    wai from either a B, u h ,���. ,.,���,.,.,*,.,,' ,,���
of  10,000     Tlu- only d_cr_aa.- in  -vl-  .]���,,   t<)   ������,   H.ur.'h   oponi,   ,|���    first  boat during .������  ,���   ���..      ' i ^^-    .
dence wa    among the pwlrl.     mds mtarfon at the Paa fnls4- Song thi��� frontl., <<^-n'"-''
Dug up ,i Canon Ball.
Ilmi-kail!,.   j,,,,,   j]      An  ,II,,.,.,^ni.|,'
find  ana recsntlj    made ai Ogdens
areIburg,   n    .          ni1.   rlv,.[   fr,,m
th     i'.'-- ���""    h roll,,,,-,,     W|,n,.   ,1,,.
iin. artlcls w,ih ii inn
n loohei in droumfOr-
Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY   AT  ONCE.
Fraser  Valley  Tannery,   Ltd.
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
-IS-
HE        DAILY NEW3
We��tn-iistor'i Horn. P.iper.
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
IN-
THE        DAILY N��-"S
Westminster- Horns PlPer- wEDNESDAY, JUNE  23,   1909.
THE   DAILY   _sEWS.
PAGE THRKK
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Paints, Oils and Varnishe.
When you  have  made up ,_ur ,
l,cr that it pay* to UM p ilnl
,'h.rt.
1   rphant  pamt  n  mad.  fro
d  to jj-
���   palntlno,
irmt, *      ��t_n.   "n
OF THE Ml.il
NOMINATE OFFICERS
lorl
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ntj. In  it a.e thi v.ryr b     * lead, aad
exptrti  ��ho thoroughly und.
'
by
v,;t   bu.inesi.
r  line  of varni.h.
11,plac, Berry  Br... H .rd Oil
haa, and Wilkln.on. Haywood   _
'al     Council     at       Toronto
���   varnnhet.
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Engi.ah
1 -Veil-Known  Canadian  a*
iirer By Ace amat.on.
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T- J-TRAPP & CO., Limited
f��� +++++++++,
[Gasoline Tanks and :
Fishermen's Supplies!
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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MawWwefwrafi and 0* u*rt in All Km.
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Moulding*,   Saab,   Doors, J
Interior  Finish,     turned  Work,    Etc.
.ish and Fruit  Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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Royai Cii y Branch, Columbia St.  j
-mil . ry ��. let       .       ���
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Model Sign Works
V<_S  V..NE AND 0��'S*MEMA_
PAINTING
N    i Block, Sixth Street
S .'. Westminster.
P   YounQ.  Prop
a*MB.     CHOICE      MEATS
AND SAUSAGE
AT THK
Central Meat Market
��.t_  8t  ent    rifUS  Arena*
.
PHONS    tth
SOa\Ei_t_ a  ODDt.  proof"'or*
The Question
Is Answered
wtint roa
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I   light ���
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Alex. Speck
SECOND - HAND   STORE.
1'    al la Bt     "Msn �� "> | xs' "
���' 0 Boa ift      ivi  IS,      Mi ���>���.
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell th* C��l��brat.d
PALMER  BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
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GOOD   SAMARiTA'.
IS BADL -   TREATED
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then
MADE IK CANADA
Use Only the Best
GILLETT S
SWIMMIN-   bATHS
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to learn il
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However, ont    N< ��
....... ��� to the la ���
U the Standard Article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY
r n,ailing MOBA .-ft. ninn a- -
trr, mni'.i nni old paint, cliiintc, I-
,i*_ .inkt, ( laeotSi dr.in. .nd lor
m.nv other purpotr.. A can
ch).-. 20 lb..  SA1. SOI'A.
.(.-.'J   M /rj!��-rr_
E. W  GILLETT CO. LTD.
T.ronto. ObL
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Tilephnm 13. Offlc.. Eighth St.
uot a   pn ��������� v  ..
Itnany ot tl
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a twatlni ��� '��� '
maraton lrom a ' >'"���
n-ud  ot  fewer d sl  lit!
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tlon .,( th.
arould      an Weal one toi
and  would    pro   tl
i      ���
��� bere It an an pie  sui pl] ol
.hi    instance before   eioetni ���
iu iot' pralri* provinces, o
Calgary,   in.** a rapldl.   nn.wiriK city,
which had its swimming batt itarted
when onlj   iui\iiin    a    population ri
,,,,,    iliis w.is Botne >'-.n
Tho town was allvi. to its need
(tot   thn-   thlnp,   poiiiiE.    lt   iiopuiir ���'   I
Uu- rn r.'iit on nnd as a liiistni^s pro-
jK_.|tl.>ii is  now  a payliii; OOMerU
LAI   u_  all  get  busy   and   bocW   tor
a Bwlinmlnu bath.      Wiahing rou e��-
ary sucoees in your campaign
Ymirs faithfully,
R    V    I'lUM K
n,w Weatmtnster, jnn,. II, 1809,
SWEDE   TELEPHONES
TWO THOUSAND  MILES
WKSTMINSTi.Il
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprliter.
Tenth street,   ���   Sew Westminster
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wffl-e Thone lie.     ��<-"��� 'p��one 1S7
Columbia Btnet
Baggage   delWere-   promptly   to
any psrt of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFIC--TRAM Dt-OT.
bomlon. June 22.���An Intsnooo "r
ttic Swi-.llsJi engin��-n< ygni-r and
KotSMtroen for lncr^aRing the dls-
tiaoUv-ni*88 of sound In long d*tnn. c
tetephony has .toen attracting attea*
tlon for some tlmp. Experimental
couvi-rsallona N-tween Parts and
BaadSTali 30O ml.- north of Stockholm. ��i*-m to have been heard with
remarkable t-r-arnesa. The distance
ta l.HOO mtl��_, in a bee Une. bur aa
Ith. conversalkma were carried on by
w*y of Berlin the length of the wire
uaed wu considerably more. It le
claimed thnt this is the distance record.
BARGAINS TODAY.
Be on hand and  secure  some  of   the  bargains
offered.
YOUR DOLLARS DO DOUBLE SERVICt tt
Sensational prices in Ready-to-Wear
Department.
One only, specially large Ladies' Suit, in black Venetian cloth, silk-lined coat, satin strappings, size 44
bi i st measure.   Regular price $45, Removal Sale price
$15.00
Ladies' Cream Alpaca Skirts, tucked, and nice quality.   Regular price $5.50, Removal Sale price
$1.25
200 Silk, Lace and Net Waists, colors black, navy,
brown myrtle, Copenhagen, cream; sizes 32 to
40 bust measure. Regular price $8.50, Removal
Sale price
.97
Beautiful Dress Muslins, regular 25c and 35c per
yard, Removal Sale price, per yard
MUSLINS AT HALF PRICE.
Fashion  Centre
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PAOB Foui-
THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY
.  JUNr   *>.
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The Daily News
Publl-:   i 15 The Daily N. ws Publl- -
Ins Company, Limited, at iheir offices,
Tlie Dally News Block, corner of Mo
Kernel.- ami  Victoria   streets.
E. A. P.i.ge Managing Director
the LAurlei- government lias always
been an active advocate ol carefully
organised advertising, Ly w&loti
in.nil-, tho woniiiTful expansion of tne
Dominion luus been attained, i, is very
likely that a useful grant will be
��� , i. toward the National Exposition
of 191*
'GET THE HABIT*
What About
a Dinner Paii?
SPECIAL   FOR    TOMORROW   ONLY
25c   and   35c   Each.
.   -. *-.i*bi    ���
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,
WEDNESDAY.  JUNE   23.   1909.
KING  AND   EMPEROR
TO   REVIEW   FLEET
THE STAMP OF APPROVAL.
Notwithal inding    the    most   ��� ���
opposD . ii on the part of a sectl
tho Tory press, Mr. W.  L. Mack.
Kinp. the new Minister of Labor, has
iKvn   re-elected  bj   acclamation
North Wat. rloo.     'I bis - I and
raffle), n: answer to all the charges
made and bitter ati - >'���  tt "l('
heed -    this minister.      rhi   11- ���
of North Waterloo dl I  noi    ake th"
advi. -        red to tl ���        To
Mail an I   Empire organ,   n
one ol    a late
rejection    ol    Mr.    Mackenzie  >'
Tln>   ���
they pi n ill th s     _i -
be ���   cted the clr. ���     will be
horn   ���
appr ral by th.       .1
imm. u   ' v Ital at
this
Was  ever a ��� ������.  :-
furnish   -���,  a    ird   and its   a
pretx .vt f.'r ih,. rejei ".. ���
candidate?     A mote     Hy and    ���
less argument   I wen      rely impossible to put into words.     The mail, like
the    Colum lan,    talks    gllblj   a
graft, thinking to persuade the people
to tak.- their own  point trf view,  by
���a-iiuh    ,i  broad    and    g. nei
a��ain.*t    the   governm. a But    ll
amount., to nothing more tl bluff a
mere parrot cry, that ha* neither tn-
sense Of vuth nor Uie manning of
reason in it. As such ihe eleotors
of North, Waterloo have judged i!
anti. applying their own know.������:.������
and wisdom, refrained from --von putting an opposition candidate in the
field They know very well, a.*, all
the Dominion knows, that there is no
graft or immorality at Ottawa. Certain hot-h.-ad-.-d Tory politicians, like
U�� member for this constituency, aro
over ready to make thes< -. rundless
charges, but they nev--r venture io
proceed to any definite means ol
proof. Tht- verj Blmple reason for
this is that there is no substance of
fact for th. in to go   :,.on.
Mo.st convenient!) j.'-ople
forget the Oonservatlv. reign oi
graft.     The Curran .    afTair, the
Baouimalt do rakeoH . Lewis
graving dock fraud, and many anotlier
scandal formed circumstantial proofs
of corruption and ty  m the
Tory ranks and served 'o hriug i
their Ignominious defeat twelve year-
ago.     The -eel lull of the s_st
general election showed all to plainly
that the country I] llstruati the
party  t_at  It power tar
its  m   government  and  corruption.
The Laurier government has proved
tlie *     ���  ll    of h.*  In ereai
cauw of la'nor by th.- i.,.-'.  amouni oi
useful legislation it bai    ��� icted and
the good work It ha.- don.  along
lin* * during Its twelv. ��� '   >_ I
Now   it   has  capped icl ���"��� --
Bieni      .  the creation ��� ���:���
partmeni and baa called to the ofllce
of mini ater thereof one o:   i
brilliant  young men that  the Dominion can boast     All fair minded
agree that by placing  the affair- ol
the Labor  Department   in the  _
of  ..   man   w-ho  ba oted
yea*.-   to   the  :*; -'I ���   '���'    ite  oom
of the working mas aad who    _ I ad
prat' ���   ���.    ,i-   <,,
"i    ��� ��� that  arlae m
(liff. r. ���
tai, " ���        ���   ���    ��� ��� aeted wlae
ly       Mr   M m r., n/..,   King  may
pact. ...
in th.   i . ,   ���
ren;.< i,       .    offli e to Icl
beei .:,.<-), bave dli int
bis i ��� ���    ., , ....   , t de
nt) m Labo       Thla n. w de
par :v ��� pile   ano b. i example ol
ie ralthful manner In which the U -
erai part) performs what it pron
We  lool      ��� ward  to  se. Ing  the  I '���
partmi n   of Labor tx come one ol thi
most  i dei v ,.   bran. - ���     ol   - be  governm. rn.
THE   NATIONAL   EXPOSITION.
London, .Tune 82.���Al   the close ol
the coming maneuver. I   ��..* announ
,, ,l today  th--  king  wlll  review  tne
B. -    at   Oow. ��� ou July  31.    The re-
rlew win be the moai Im ostng naval
: igi .uu   ever  Been  in   B. I Ish   watei ���
The date -s lec*ed coincides wiih the
projected \i*-ii ol  the emperor ol  Rus
si.i   to  Frano.   and   EBngla id     Therefore,   some   Kui* an   !., niiwiu   are
likely t.i be in  the vi   ol      and un.
bi     ror ��� 111 b   a i p. o
tator.
The  Fair
616 Columbia Street.
nd sell for tl     i.v .
LIFE   AND   ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.
If   you   in   looking  for  Bomett. - ;  " "  *'�� p.ov.dc   a  we.kly   indemnity
dmt let me a��k you to lavsatlgsts the advantsaea of th. Imployar,'  Liability   Ae,   ��� ,���   ,..
which   I   am   BOent       There   is   .,!   >   utcly   nothing  belter.
If  you  are   looking for a  pr."   I    "  '^  I   ur  ,*ml,f   '"   c'"*  of   riej,h'   or   '���    ���    ���
every   perion   should   do,   you  should tike  out  one  of  my  life  policies   in   Th���   |
���ociety...   Ask   me   about   ou, "r  15 *na  r0 P��y��"��nl l"e policies.      |    ���
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block.   Columbia   itrer-
PHONE
LABOR   DEPARTMENT
REPORTS FOB  ,VAY
de-
!._ M     >
��� D
.    in. : w.    ol   ���  >���
���
...... rimal
.,:',*.
people       I
.: .     - .1 ���     1 ,i- ,1
V   . li |. I    ll,;-.
iverlng the Hal  a Ith 27 Ial U
rallwa
-,-.,,: d with 23,
BOWLING
���'���-:*   \* ���: send ovei
again ���   tbe  I      a lng:   j   o
un,  Montelth   J.   S    *���    Can
and Gilchrist.
The  first    game in    the  Duck   fin :
��� ague  takes   .    ce     nlghi   with   the
��� I owing te
Purdy   and ���      : ���      ,.     i
:ers.
MUNICIPAL Tr'   OF   BURNABv
Tender.*  wil     -   received
undersigned       i    to :-  p m     Fri la]
Jt-ne 25, 19 for breaking an I mac-
adamiz.ng V ������ Vancouver-New Wesi
minster road 'rom Central i'ark to
Edmor.d.- streel
Profile and s;,---cifica-.lona are I
seen   at   the   Burnaby   muni. :; ,.   fa   ,
and  at  CoL  Trary'i office,  411  How
str��et. Vancouver.
Marked  i heq ie  for  5  \ er c. ol   i :
the amount of contr_~. to accompan)
the -��� ider.
Lowest or anv tender not :.���������-
ted.
C. P. BAUNDER8
C   M   ���
.   ���   June 16. 19   I
llmise ol lliiiilily
CHINA
Nothing
Like It
There is nathing like
our tailored clothing
in lit, material bi d
keeping its Bhape.
Have you grot your
Summer Suits yet'.'
If not, let us h >w
yo ; Bomething new in
a light krr.y.    Price
$10.00
$18.50
, br..; of aii kind.   Plofcard'i Painted Cl ��� ,
- , i i I colt, more, but none .. any finer.
There it no tln.r mad. to pleale my ch.nj irji,
Dei.gnt  are  >ery  fin.  and 'he  good,   i I I
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE   AGESTS   FOR   PICKAI'U*.   H*, ���.'.(>���    ���      ,
MUT1HN, VEIL I'UKK
Fresh   Peru    Sausages   dally.        h
Best    of    F��r-r��r'.    Fork
U_r-
j. EUGENE BROWN & CO
618 COLUMBIA STREET
PACiric
Meat Market
Phone 192 IClBDIT _   ..liHttllS        Columbia St.
.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee e* *********
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
t
AT
+ e
\ Ryall's Drug Store]
x *
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeieeee ���������������������������������������������������������������
JOHNS TON'S
Men's Shoes
Men- American niadu ihoei   tan
��� ���*  and  ozbloods;   regular  $5.00
for
$3 00 A  PAIR.
Ms.       pi 4ood    ia. a    an,i  oxford
made  with  in.-*.-.   ���* idow
������' -   i stj llah yiiunu man ���   b ���    re ���
16,50;
TODAY'S   PRICE,   K2-..
Uen'i white   i sn  i
Ooodyear -��� It. l.  .),,- kind thai artm I
��� ah
$2-0 A PAIR.
M< n     ,iv.'. u canvai    -v .   comi
able and cool,
11.90 A PAIR.
Ladies' Shoes
La : ���-   un   I uti �� oxford*;  a | :
shoe - al) a fee h ���-
$1.7.    PAIR.
Ladlea .link.   i.iu,. aad   white   .   ��� o
ran-, i im-h   fur
$175 A  PAIR.
La ...    -Uuii Ud oxfords, win, pel
ps;
$1.7.   A  PAIR
I elaetlo fn,nt boaaa il'pp
95c  A  PAIR
Ladles' r..ir.i!:ir l  00  a hi
-   '      v.i.- with r,i ,,-ir, and ."in
.  Mal
$1.50 A  PAIR
Children's Shoes
lldren    White .     raj     ���-    from
60c TO ��1 00.
M   lea'   $L|8 *���" ���
11 v. 2, fur
85c A   PAIR.
Cblldren'a harefooi    anda ,
ea; th,   rery Ih-ki made
$1 ix), $1.25 and $1.50 a pair.
\v, are i^lad to see thai the government an displaying an active Inter-
eat In the \slnni|i-j. centennial expe-
hIiIi.ii. sir Wilfrid Laurier ba In
vii. i the deputation whlcb welted on
the government previou to the l"-0*
rogation ��f parliament, to risli Otta-
wa iiK.-.in to dlscusi 'he question ot
a grant on the previous oocaalon
the (l(']jutation asked for fl j-rani Of
25(1.1.11) a* res nl land t,, provide tinun-
<-lai help, which waa, however, i��'-
Jected on the advice "f '������ eati n m< rn-
In rv ii is believed Uiai moi -.
grsal of $,",,(100.1,0.1 wlij now <��� I ��� "
���or, Hrui it i_ proposed to urge "hat
Bach sum win !����� usefully ipenl In
���   ��� 'i*in.i the s. *t      Inasmuch  -.������
I   Today's Shoe Prices at   *
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Are You Going
Travelling?
TRY ONE OF OUR
| Rattan Suit Cases or Telescopes
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Si(_n of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminst-r, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. n
Suit Cases
$2.00 to $4.50
Telescopes
75c to $2.50
Trunks (all kinds)
$3.51 to $18.00
7&CJOUZ.
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PH ILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
wmtn
NOTICE.
Partial  baring olatos  sialnsl  Ws
_*^ Releht iiv,,-ii    i ,,     limited,   are rs
fl     : |lle��li||   to   pr.- fill   in. m   "t   "l"'"   '"'
KS, , tn,-in.-nt.     aii account   due to 'ne
Q j   '.ow named firm musi be paid Wrta-
KH mui to tin-  leralgned.
-*. J   UKICIIKNHM'll.
-���1    P <( |Wl .r_, n.w Weetmiastw
ESTABLISHED
1691 WEDNESDAY. JUNE  2V  1901.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE K1VB.
THE
<   ih Store
T. H. Smith
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****************** ���������eeeeeeeeeeeee
AT      '���'   M..   EXCEPT   SAT
40c, 50c and 75c
A sorting-up saleoi Fancy Muslins in broken lines
oi various designs and colorings. A good chance to
secure a dainty summer iress for a traction <>{' the
regular price. A lot of these are just dress lengths
but see them all and be convinced of the excellent
values offered in this sale Regular values to 75c,
tor, per van1
20c
- rl
k In all i olot
���   ���
e�� or lad :   i��c
PLAIN   AND   CHECK   GINGHAMS
.      PER   YARD
��� ���     ���
.-�������� actly
dreealoB    ��n.
l . 'a ���
',8 INCH   JAPANESE
HAND    WORKED   DOYLIES
! ACH
���
3.-
DRESS GOODS
0   PtR   > A R D
,     | - ���
a
���'
..-    . etc.   i
Valu. , :     ?5c
CREAM   ALL WOOL   PANAMA.
'���Oc  PER  YARD.
I: bb i    it look   .��';    *      ���
Ool) .   n-.ill.ible for    ���
���      . Ml.lri-ti I      :  ���- -S*     **������.-..
Regale* ����� - s '������      : v;iri b0e
Uk t.. ��������� mats "'��� eolorod
mtes  sill     -   ���   ", stock    an.
���    retry ol thee. "  '    ' '
i bave ' sli* want. Biaks ihh 'he
you Will  I."'  ' '   '* ���
... pointed
,   i\-(*Y   l-Ntl'I. \K1��S      a     -
.     iii   la .. si snd i ���
���
i
12.00  CHILDREN'S  DRESSES
FOR  H ���-.�����-  PRICE
ea of fni" white lawn and mos-
-.->   1::*.,   I-'r.-nch  DOdeU  eftee-
tiv. ;���   trimmed  with An.  lace  inser-
and tucking in udmo_   evry slse
for  iv   cl il'lren.  a  great   chance  to
,: ���-.     here.      Regular    $J .��i
fur    .1.00
LADIES'   .' SO  WHITE   WASH
DRESSES FOR  t-3.50
THI8   WEEK.
A ������ ���'.   q . iade   up   at    I
-  '���     thla    week  onl. .
broken   ln   eeel
clearing  tbem to
make aew  goods       Almost
All  dlff.                                    ���' ���'���           'hem.
Valu.  $3.50
WASH   WAIST
FOR   $1.25.
Always a popular saw i ni Is
i nle i-f Waists - al  ���
the number of ladle Ivan*
���i+.- ... tbem   au *��
,   second-mi. i'
made,  with tacka and la in ��� -J col-
lar,  nth-rs    with     fancy    yokea  and
oidered and la. - i ��� ��� '���
,,.   thi ,-iM.iiartoi-    Ble* ���
from  II to 44 laches  Vslu. i to $-'   '
ror            V.2S
CHILDREN'S  VESTS,
10c  EACH.
Still about 10 dosen of these rib ed
oi  plain veata   to   olear  (ail ilses)
tl   , i. h '0c
SNAPS   IN   READY  TO WEAR.
EXCEPTIONAL   OFFER   IN
WASH   SKIRTS
FOR |1.7B EACH
\u.ut   I dosm  ladles' ��   '���
akin   of plans duck   IHI   s   ���    '
odd      -    wi weal to clew i ������
I,   trimmed with   "<: ,'   ""'"".
thwe no* In our window      Do no
I     uieii,      Regular valu.    lo W-^
LADIES'   SUNSHADES
Whit, , ��� Ier ,1 linen und plain
and fancy *-i;|> sunshade In all oolora,
n splendid eeleetlon trom   11.28
Boys' Shirt Blousea In fancy Btripen
with tti ' lown collar; win laund. ���
latlifaci Hly; all sises Regular 76c
toi  50c
Watch our Windows for Bargains.
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
.- .rd n a-  TW
LS.
..    Brown, the new ,
iue  ���      ch   wlll   ar-.
i on Sa      : .
���    tW    i -  of tduslcal in-
II    'I Odd'l   -tore,   I! .   :
v :  i- a ���
. Portland and
Ore       i ������   i  nr, for
I |ri| a ��� iln
;   any
...       ���     ��� v
-
:   , Bocial and
' '"'��� In th<
ada        liool   hal     tomoi
7rT7.
style  in  Parlor   Furniture  see
the line ahown    y
W. E. FALES
I    ,eautiful    suite of    1   pi-cce  fO.
$27.00.
\   splendid    assortment    to dfcoose
From.
ii.iv--   n '������ red it large consign*
��� of
BAMBOO  FURNITURE
Tables,  in .in    50c up
Hook shelf, four shelves $1.75
Corner stand as above $1.40
y.,i talk about ROCK-US' We
B beauty: hardwood lolid seat,
 $2-00
Nursery Rockers, for $1.10
oar     lock   and   aatlity your*
:     Ho   n
: of a z
- Co., L ��� *���
-   Bl   Pet.
Bl  in ai I  "t
���     ,:: v
���     ,
Cai        i'a or.
tra wi idance and a
���      ' ���   ,1 to al! a
Thai .     .-     	
I
a a ��� madi   with H
Bood Flour. *������
Mi i Ji taon
d      ",   a  Spink, ton   ���
Of thia ci .' now of    Vanoouver,
Wan l to E.  W.  Prow -.   , |
:..    at All-Saints   church,  Vanoouver,
tarda.       Both   i ���::-   and  groom
av- well known In thin city,
Ired d    ��������� buys a
���rn  borne one block from Colurn-
1-  street     be balance maj   be i>aid
in-  .'hly.       This   house   contains   nve
lin--n     and   other   cupbear-b,  fitted    pantr;..    tiled  kvchen,
. trout and bark, and nice (far-
dl        Price only  $18.    White   SI
1     ,   '���.* Col imfcla atreet, city.
��� pleasantest way io sp._d Satu.-.
da. afternoon is to take _ river 'rip
to Steveston and back. The SS.
Ti osfei .eaves Brackn.an-K-r- Whari
a; . : ::: i v-ry Saturday, returning
e.i: . evening. Far,- one dollar for
v.     ���  md trip. ****
Ite Rock Resort.���a Splendid
bt;. Ich of sand; beach, rend' I ig
bathing safe ani ideal for chil
and aiu.t* Pour trains daily eac.i
w*.'.- less than one hour's ride from
.-il.. Go< _ water. Camping s;t*s.
%' ������- '.���-���: season, white, Bhilea <v
v.     CII
The   Big   Furniture   Store
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
UNDERTAKING   IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES. PHONE   176.
Who is Mavius
Successor to
. HAWEIS
Royal Studio
WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
!^^^_l_L.Adams & Deans
It will pay you to let us fill your orders.
Com Starch. 2 pkgs. tor 15c  Choice Seeded Raisins, 16 oz. pkgs
Jam. In glass bottles, per bottle .-15c     oalT 10��
New Potatoes, 4 lis. for 25c  Rhubarb. 3 Ibe. for 10c
.. ����� Carnation Cream, 2 tins for   15c
Premium Flour, -:<r sack $1-90
(This i** a good bread flour.)        [Tetter's Tea, 3 lb. tins for $1-00
For a No. 1 Ceylon Tea we recommend   Braid's  Best  at 50c.      Ask for
a  sample.
Edith Si.'l.vd. wife of i' I Sco-
0. : of the city of Vancouver, bas
applied to the water ooouniat
for a record of half a cu.ic foot of
water for domestic purposes on lot
.   ��� from   a   stream    running   into
Howe sound.
The arbitration  proceedings  before
'    li    Sl K.  C      -���:���'.< u   tbe   I  ���
v. __ E railway and the Hparian
uwiiwr-. along the old River road to
Ladner, bare ranafened to un-
couvei      ������    earing of evidence from
Weatmlnater wltnaaa being completed
��� .*������ rdaj
Ariatng ou; of th. thefi of a pet
goose, the projierty of Edward Fak-n,
ol the K0...1I City hotel, Douglas Sinclair received three months's tmpria-
oament .it the dtj police court yesterday. George Gray -.-..is acquit. -1
.,f receit       **.olen property.
Sevei.i', members of the city ooun-
ot! are expected to visit the Seymour
creek water system of the city ot
Vancouver tomorrow, leaving this city
at nine o'clock. Hermon <v Bum 1,
the consulting engineers, will meet
the partj at the North Vanco_rer
,���::->
The steamers Georgia -md t ��n
Maclnes cleared fri"" 4b a port yesterdaj the one tor Victoria and the
other for Eureka, Cai. The Clan
Btaclnnee bad on board 1,500,000 feet
_f lumber
��� au members of the k and B Com-
panlea of the Si:, h Regiment u. C. l>>
U who intend Bcoompanying me
regiment on Its trip to Seattle on GO"
minion Daj are request, d to hand tn
their naiiies to the ixnartermaater =**':'-
geant at the .artist possible moment
The men ot 'he comi..'.mea voted in
favor ol the expedll on at .1 meeting
held on Monad; evening and now ths
officers wish to know us soon us '>"'*������
-,   e Just boa many men sre . 'ing.
ay
m AD AMS & DE ANS,^522SS^1S2^S?SS!
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
are truly insured if you take out fire, life and accident policies in the reliable Canadian companies
which I represent.
The great advantage which I am able to give
over others in the matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of Jplacing 1 will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 82.
P.  BURNS &  CO.
eeeeeeeees
Prom *, , date our drivers leave,
east and west, Brst trip at B:30 a.m���
and second 11-i*,> al 10:80 a.m. sharp.
All or,lev placed before those hours
win be guaranteed prompi delivery,
ami uli meats on time     Please be
sine  to  send  orders  e.irlv.
Afternoon dellvwy, _ p.m, and 1:30
p.m.. sharp.
P.  BURNS A CO-
per B C. TRAVBB  Manager.
June 21, 1908,
MONSTER   ENGINE
FOR C.   P.  R.  RAILWAY
CHIHAMAN  CRAZED
U- S. Summer Fleet Manoeuvres.
Hampton   Roads.    Va    June    *...���
;Tho battleships of the Atlantic tieat,
Including  nearly  all of  those  which
made  the  memorable  oruias  around
,the  world  I   ve  gathered  il iv pivpa*'-
fatory to starting for the summer man*
[oenvsea,    Tomorrow    the    fleet    is
scheduled to proceed tO sea tor a
week of drills out Ids the Virginia
capes. Later In the month the hat
tleships wi'l proceed northward and
will spend lhe Fourth of July In Net)
England waters, niter visiting Gloucester, BtSton and Other porta the
porta  the  battleships will reassemble
labour i'i- second week in July for the
regular summer manoeuvres off Pro-
I vi'ieetow-i. Mass.
Montreal.   June   22.���The   Canadian
Pacific is just completing the   igg" -t
; locomotive    ever    built    in    Canada,
which was designed by H. H. Vaughn
.and built at the   \ngus shops.     This
monster locomotive is 70 Beet    trom
end to end. and   .vita the loaded tea*1
[der, weighs nearly   two  hundred   tons.
jThe  boiler    which  is   about   tho   si'-t-e
|of  tWO ordinary   boilers, oontain*  the
'equivalent of 4000 feet of heating surface,   and   will   develop     2200   horso-
i power      The engine is of the Mallet
atrlculateil  type,    and is    practically
!two eugines under one big boiler.    It
j will  be tried out this week, then  bo
sent w.*t for ase on the heavy grades
in the Rock? Mountains.     If u graved
a success a number of  similar <mes
wil;  i e built.
Houses Project on Street.
Winnipeg, June 22.- The list prepared bj the city assessor showing
about five hundred building* in the
city which project more or leea over
the street line ��sa -brought before
the boai I ol control yesterday having been sent to 'hem by the works
jcominlttee.
BY  UNREQUITED  LOVE
Salt Lake, Utah, June 22.���Love for
| a teacher of a Baptist, mission school
of Seattle so upset the m-ud of W.
13. Shing, a Chines- student, that he
j was declared Insane last night by
iphysicians at St. Mark's hospital.
Shing is now detained in the msano
ward at tlie county jail, pending ad-
vieea from relatives tn Eos Angeles.
While in a delirious state the patient called constantly for the object
'of his affections and shrieked out hln
love In a wild manner. It wa��� plain
i hat he had brooded over some ditiap-
[*>iiitinent in his love for the young
woman, and it is probable the separation from her has overwrought hla
mind
Alaska   Boundary   Survey.
Victoria,   June   22��� Mr.   WhlU-Kra-
ser, who for a long time has been on-
'gaged on the Ala.skaCana.tlan bouu-
dary Is organizing a party to engage
this slimmer 'n locating the boundary
between British Columbia and Wanh-
ingu.n   through   the   waterways  sites
. I avlng   i'Jth   parallel   of   latitude   to
Ithe oj��-n ocean.
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PAGE SIX.
THE   DAILY
'VS.
WEDNESDAY.
JUNI   ..
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
POLICE FEAR THAT
lilRI. MAY EXPIM
LIMITED
She  Ate a Cartridge  of  Gui'cotton .tod
Then   She   Tried   to   Blow   Her
���elf   Up.
Official.Agents of The Western Home andjlmprovement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE  LAND
to the mi
<l ������ Igni ���   md . nd nsi l "Tend.
��� ���   ���     .....      omg Fi'tin
Ladysi ith, B. C    Pu Build
will mtil     -I;.
Monda.. June 21, 1909 work
mentioned.     '11 nd rs wlll i
sldi red made upon and I
cordanc     ��Itl      tl       oond tlon
ta   ������ i  in form sh.       -.   D< part
���:;. nt.
Plai ���   an I    sp- clflc it] as    maj
s. en oi     ap lie    oi     :..  Mr.   Ro ���
Bell, . I- . Ui,.
smith   B   C    an! ai  th. I>- partment
<,i r,i.      Works, iittawa.
By order,
NAPOLE. IN TESSIER,
.-
' " : Bl  'of  Public   Work.*    I Itl .-
s-a   M ;-.   .:   19 19
The NEW TOWNSITE ANDJ FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric^ Chi.liwack"*Line"and   V.   V.   and E.   Cloverdalegto   Sumas   Railway.
Small Accounts
.,     ti  . welcome
wail
.
ml
DO   SO   TODAY
V, .-, will r> a Ive --v. :>- .-��� in bj u
all :. ' ��� i v.-i tated to us, and then
1* no  .mi' In Bafe bankli in not
nn.
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $.3,000,000.00
saiiKi!
S.0AP
Sea   Vork   Jun.   12     \ --������     i
th    Hi raid from < Imah i aa)        H<
\. .,    tw. nty yeai old    girt,
nUht  attempt, d   - tlcl I.   b)   eat!
,, iin-oti.it.       \n  daj   ������
da.   tha  iaiv,   I . ���-...
ln uv)   main.        w ll li   B   don    i
ap rings,  and  tied In   such  ���   nts
tli.it she cannot moi - a mu ��� I.
:n the meant] ne   hi  I
v. iii   i-lii-mi.-.ns    a.   an   effoTI    :
solved . ���    ������       Lai    ; i '
Ui,,   i iv   ii ,    .itt.e i ������ I by a a     *
room        e and *
gl.   \..,    taken to -
.i-    s    ���   in the ���- ���
I. i  alone a  n om. Bl       Bb     el
packs . -> allow i ,l  the  gun
Ion with  whi. h th eon      >    ^
p ri men ting,
Btae wa.�� can I nil)   pl u sd   u d.
r*. sl        ���!
S .ici   pla. < .1 ou
i ��� ���
.: Ume  the doci ���
;       re   wlll hat
and th.
The Royal Bank of Canada
New Westrr-inste,-.  B   C .  Branch.
F. B. L.,    . Manager
REAL   ESTATE    TAX    BYLAW.
AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE
knows thnt SuoHfbl --oap
menus a wonderful savieg 01
tinn-    and    labour    m   boa
deaalag.
NN lu-titer with hot or cohl
water, nothing gets lhe dirt
off BO quickly and with,ml
injury a* Sunlight _ n-ip.
Use it the SoaflgM way.
Follow the direction  .
THE FRASER
VALLEY     ���-*=*-,
E ^"^'������..- -
-'"' SPE ' r*TS
la____t__.
Pretty Parasols
A   FEW   MORE   OF   THE
15c
SIZE   JUST  ARRIVED.
AT
A bylaw ���
for th.
----- .   ��� city ol   N.B
w.-a- ah
1 - ������ '
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-'.
I    1. Thi ..... ,i   .
���    ���,- ���
-    ��� i   .
propel shown
on   v. :   .-.
th.   b. U ml
lar   ��� a     .       .
1 ���
Inti Issued
.-��� i nd outatandlng, i ; mu.*
..: ths .,: a mil] In     -   ���'���
and    14-1001 I      of   a
-  1   In   l - leva:
ovide ' i  th.
cha .     :,,;  school purposes,  ll  mills
and   v-iooths of a
a and  91 lOOtha ol a  mill
ree. Ived  I
PKISCl klp. ht v>ILL
HAVE lllli 1M1LSTRY
POPE   HANDS   BURGLARS
OVER  TO  CIVIL COURT
Ron ���
lih.-.i the   v rid
.,.��� in  Ihi   \
to Oe-    Roe an '.'���   ���
power fell    Pl      i \   ���
: ,i I.����� .��� .i���  i
i-rlin.-a,  and   n ������ '
oundart rh.
..-  if the  ^ .
an t.
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lO  'he  <���' I ���
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:
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Canadian   F,_h   A,    Cold    Storage   Co
May Open Plant at Western Trr
minus   o'   G    T.P.
ARMY   OF   OLD   SOLDIERS
IN   ENGLISH   WORKHOt-l   I
I.
n
...
of a larg. ���    ���
tua Dan   Pi       .���-    Cold  8
ried   i' ���   ''-    |l
will   Inc lore-
���
.
The will   alao   ���   ... ������     in
Kdu.-ai,.-!,  il partmenl   :.->���   -���-..   I 1-...-I,    .
MOREY'S!
BOOKSTORE.
street.
an      ���     ���   .   ; f:sh.   lie                  Ulbul      I      ���-:     a.' I
profide a general    revenue cod    a*  weO   a      bellflah,    a II
:��� .     e use of I        ���   , ���    Uon &    ' bandl. d     \ market arlll    ���
yea     1909,    ll   mills   snd   li itwuu Canada  thei    '-d BtaU        | Europe
v      in -he dollar. Initial   Inveataseai   arlll     ������ ������ I
.   Bi       person     who  i*   ..   -    ��� ��������� .    ,.,          .     ., ���   ,,���   .-   .          boats
on tbe '      ��� i B-aeasmeni roll foi 'h'- nd I              will  be  ��������' ���
bai    , v.- to be pant Thl            this announcement  made
to                ctot   of the *au<l dty, at v.   ||i   Oeorge   H   Oo
i.  office, City  Hall, the full  amouni din-.-                ������ ���   rned    ���   tarda)
for which he or sh. an                                            Ki
rattil                -  bylaw together  with Collli                                       ntereei
all am              i.      nithin thli tails!               eni rprtae
after demai                en made tor ........           rried      ���         i moo
ami. an |         person who rel -    i oi ...-, :,.:���.       a .   ���.,,,,,
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED  PICTURES  AND   ILLUSTRATED    SONGS    OF    THE     VERY
HIGHEST  CLASS.
PROGRAM  CHANGED
' ��� ��� ��� ��� ���   web taxes srithln '!;'-
time       ��� ed shall b<
to the "ns of the ' N.-w  v. ���
mln iter    Act,    i iii," and    am. i
in v-   with   ,  ,.-1    io the co lection ol
>
:;.   The co led pre
i->ii   ..... evied iitid.-r
this bylaw m instalm. nl    ol  not ten
'than  on     ian       ���; .���  ,    axes   levie I
ow tb.
.' ! iwt V..-.V   an .     RIDAY.    8Pe'
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults    10
I
<      i      ���-    r.:;   .     ��    - ,|   DAY    2:30.        '       '    ' '     "'
ol    .-,,   ��� will  be nl-
low. ,j  on  ,i,    tax.     i indi     mis
law, if tb.      i       ���        :   o
���   on oi    -������'"      '
COMPTON   Manager ;'       '
'  ' ���       amo - ��� paid   ll paid on or I efore ,!"'
l.'ili   d >-.   ol   September,   1909.
J. M.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
FLr.\.VLVAMA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE CfJAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor   to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
and '���:,,     ill   per ��eni
paid   ii   paid   on  or  liefore    he   16th
,i ���    of I" v .. -    i ��� -��� ��� . ���   per
,,:   the  am.nn. I  ,,ii
ore lhe   15th  da ���  ol   .*..-.��� mi. r,
1909    wi  no discount    oi
j wiii be allowed on
This b) law may be dt. I s
it, il v. v.. Tax Byl ������������   1909 "
Done  and   pa   i     In  open   co
Ithe 21 i daj ol Jnw , A   D., 1909
W. il   KEARY,
Mayo
W   A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
ned     Hi      Canadian    aaaoclates    include  Mr   .i   v.   Btewan  ol   m-
��� ��� i .-.  Bl  ��i        dlway coi
Mr    lames   Cai ruthei
Mon i-   i   grain    export* r,    and    Mi
Andew  K> n .  of  Wlnnl) ��� .
of    tbe    Wi-s-v r,   I'ati ,d.i      I    ���
on    iny.
Loo lot
��� ������ ���
Ing Ol (jr.urd
���
.-i   (ha ��� .���   -
old
���
L... .   ��� .
\S.ir   Oth*
  .a ���
an>   :
hind- ' v
���: ���    ���
*as   read   th.
��� - -   ���    .
���*h.. have t .' -     ta*
I.-:.-
PRICE    OF    RADIUM    NOW
$8,000,000  PER  POUND
S'-v.    _ -  - |
nullum   It   no*    I
l|[     lv _      ��� ���
-.. d     -.   ., Ier I
!to a lint:        ���   ,   I,,,  by !������" i ! ���
and Bh   iv \ Caasell for 7 1     ���
whi. ���      :  .,n on. 'i
of ati ���  in. . and
...:.- 1 rn.
turn   Is   t.
work .
, i , urea foi  ��� meer
TOWN   CURSED   WITH
TOO   MUCH   CHARITY
\ -,;!���
I     ,.     m'
.   .v..i..i,���       ���        bat tl
iv |133.070
... leal an I ��� d
ties .'.ikI al*
expended     y   prlyat.
It I   the o   iii>,-i oi the local cl
nd tra    ���     that tl     ��� ;��� ������
tan,,n   Soi a I. h   po ��� ���   -,     in   U la re
the effeel ,������  atl   id
It thi id.
'   ',       . . th.  pariahe   wh ra the i '���      I
are  chiefly concentrated, and     ad  s
hand-to-mouth    exlstenoe    in   h.
which would not  i* taken    .���  di
ng  people,
Tb      ggestlon I   being made to re-
pot I       quarters thai  the charities
should be   ooneolldated    and applied
where mo ��� needed without r.-Kiird lo
--���" hlal     '    ' i'i. 'Ions.
Deadly Artllle. ���
Bl    .' '    ' TH    H
.  ���
ol slx-lin h call
Of Oi mi.un .  Will
for deliver)      I be H
with
reoeni   I. 11 '��������� ������ ��� ��� mild u)
nlque   looking  to 1 ��� <
of field .1." ��� n.-ri���
..  ���
of   heal ���   '*. v
irook   I'liiiin^'
l-b-ine,   B. C.
pany
FLOUR !       FLOUR .
IMPEHIAL |7?',   M|    |,
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL |i   ,V   per   Bbl
TEHMINAL     . .'.;���,   Bte
HINDOO   FLOUR JIM)  prr   __
McQuarrie &Co.Iil
��� IK   \NI>  I- l.i-.u  Ml
FRONT   STREET. New   Westminster. Tslsph     -   |
~f\ ST.CHAf.LES
iRiS \ EVAPORATED
CR EA M
Id   ',        .V.r-   i.-.icr/   LtVr v I,./,ere
( OND1 HSWO COMPANY, Inge
i'. I     AME    READ,     T
���������    ���
'   .
:..  -
GILLEY   BROS.,'-Ltd.
gaus-va.-e
POR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Trice $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie^. Co.,
Front Street.
eeeeeeee-eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee��eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee����
! Summer   Reading
t    All the latest Books in stock, and a new shipi
of the Seaside Library und  English 6d N<
Nev,   Crpyr.gh.   Fiction
��' a
and I   ���
Popular   Copyright*.   Cloth bound
*'
Popular   Copyright,.   Paper bound
Engliih   8d    Novels
20c.
3   fOr   '
Sxi.de    t. 1 vi',
lie,
2  (or   .
\ TODHUNTER & BURR
t      l_cx>ks��>llt>rs, Stcitloncr*,, Mrwstlf.ilt f*���
t 8uccet��or�� to J   J    MACKAY  St CO.
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-
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
I.IU.W l-ingley at 8.'ju a.m.; arrive
at Port Haney at 8:1. a.m.. arrive at
S McAdaiu Landing at 8:30 a.m.; a^
rive at Hammond at 8:40 a.m.; arrive
at Port Kells nt B:00 a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave NV-w Weattnlnster at 4:00 p.-
in.; arriv. at Port Kells at 5:30 pin.;
arrive ut Hammond at ti:00 p.m.; arrive at McAdams l_ai]din�� at 6 15 p.m.;
arrive nt Port Haney at 6:35 pm.; arrive at l-ingley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving  B.  &   K.  Wharf,  daily  ex
cept Saturday.
ASK  YOUR GROCER   FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU r.T   ARRIVED.
For Wheat,   Barley, Oats,  Chop,,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay,
etc., ask us.      We will see that  you   get   It   promptly.
P.Bur ns&Co.,L.td.
announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
HALE. BROS. & CO. i
P.   BURNS   & CO.,   LTD.
Phcie 335.
'���:_t__.:_
TI).
186 COLUMBIA STREET.        p. o. Draws.  100.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C.  E. TRAVES,  Local   Manager,
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101. WEDNESDAY, JUNE  . .       -,,
NEW
Summer and Autumn Goods
for   La Jies   and   Gentlemen
il  llm.   ,,r
, ,,-tllllll-N nnd ��ur.
in- ,  n parte, if.
WHIG   YUEN
Kw.no   On   Wo   _.   C       ,.       .
..,. i, .1    and    Mclnnej    Sts.
>. 1'   .1   b.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE  -KV-,:..    *"��
English Watchmaker
i i.H lies Tr'Jtn $12./.
open
en   cast
.
F- CRAKE
MANIAC   STARTS   PANIC
DURING  DIVINE SERVICE
vl    Or     .I.m,.   _'J     .-antlcul
the nam.   of I'li'i.'-i   -1
a ane man named Thorn
��� ���������.-��� i s  panic in Bt M*-'
in.,ii,u   brlnglnK
���   . ��� ���,   io :i ball   for  lu'iy    ��� '
n'i, one  ��rai   Injured.    Ju*1
oc_ ii.vs waa beginning th"
tartl d    ny    tne
- hen.
ng   -hat   had  happei
-, in   and   oil:,
.- n large number
��� i pell in.-ll ton
oon  us  possible "''
::,] tai- n to jail.
WOMEN OF LliYPT RISE
AliAIN.l HAREM LAWS
ee��ee��seeeeeeeeeeeee����e��eoee��eeoooeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeee+^
Demand   Voice   in   Choosing   of   Hus-
tands and Would Throw Off the
Veil���Meeting at Cairo.
** - "o.   ������.'���...-_:,"_��� ���  '-*" '
^s^OBINjOOD^-the Flour that is Different-
been used in ���wu,, ,,,-.   Y()u should start now.
DoglPUtoffti     ��� this wonderful new flour.
I
..
K - Igning
.     ... ilgn,   to
., bar.   ������
:
tnelr   ���
,i:   will   ���
���
.    the
���
..
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v    ���       ...        Hou        ��� :    i pward   ol
women,  repre   ��� I . -   tl     - ���
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I'riu. ,,i  promln-
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Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFrlCE.   WINNIPEG
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL ...   .
$6,000,000
$-.200,000
A  WESTERN  -ANI.  FOR  WESTERN   PEOPLE.
Deposits are  rnccved in the  Savings Department at all branches, and
can be wlthd ir.n by cheque without unnecessary formality or delay-
Marager,   N.   H.   MACDONALD,   New   Westminster.
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[Po at
LAND  ACT.
[Form  No   9.
LAND  ACT.
Form cf  Notice.
���   . Range On
raon,
Form of Notice.
Disti ��� Range  Um-
Take no Ice .-   ������ .vs^n, oi
.  Vancouver, _   - ipatl _       ������ . ,;. ouver, li. c    occupation, fanner.
Ion ol  Intends to . mis . ply to   permission to par.
���
���
���
the
i
���
l
���
���
"ROBIN HOOD
rperien
���
���
'ROBIN  MOOD'' ll'vr tlS
l",,- one i ,      ���
....
��� . ��� | v.
lost your husband, yo.r children  or you  yourself can  eat.
"���:obin huoj undei
���
I .
b    ���   a
the vetl
'
i ...(1 . lomm. oi in-   U t planted In a
I small bay oi   bo I
���-,.-. :. . . - ':-"    '
manenl ���  n     -   :"-   ' "   '*���'���'������ ore or less
formed sn ��� lng < 100 acn    mor.
���   ti,-- Following described Lands
Commencing .,    a pust  ,,,am,-d on
ihe  northeast   sho. -  oi    Ov.,  M
.  .lun..- 6th,   I ���..:*       . pptying tat
���  Island, containing 16 i a. rea
���
:
ich  I     '    we   '.:i,o*   In. ������
���h.in   other Boon       ,'���
loaf made fro     -robin  hood
KM* nutrl-.loi-     It   t the fines'.
. .
with !���
bare baked twice
Coull  wi   show
s Bad steer :������<���
'   I t., i.-fusd  yimr ED
ed.:.     la -ROBiN hood   Flour.
.   re "Robin hooo   Float s fair 1     t and doaJ torgei to note tn
of add!a- ':.an >��������; use wlO r I     n
"ROBIN HOOD" flour is the flour that is making
a sensation
in
we
stern
Canada.   All over the west it
is being
ti
ilk.
��1
about.
The question neighbors are
asking t
xl
ty
is:
"Are
you using that
new ROBIN
HOOD FLOUR?"
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
[shed     in i       .   pt,
Tv    all
dan  press    Is  sounding    Vq.-    alarm
. ion    ��� ���    E    ipean
Into ti        octlty o|
Christians   both native and tor*
��� [gn,   vii w   the   mv.. i'i- i.:   with
.    ]  favor.
Priests ar,- *.vriting io I   ���   ;   ���
ii is againi
grant the women's demands    Th,
. BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Pes   8   ft  FORD    '������-
-    ' i
LAND  ACT.
JAMES WA 1 _U.*.,
Pee S.   ft  FOR-.  A.. .
.     ed  -Inn.-  6th,   1909,
[Form No   9.]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of   i.m-    Ranee One.
Form of Notice.
District o:  Oxi.*:   Range One.
Take notice that Berg-ta Anderson,
rebels challenge ai...  ne to point t_
Take notice that 1).   . Anderson   o: o; Vancouver. U. C_ occupation, Lady,
Vnncouver,,   B.   C. occupation   lady,   Intends to applj for permlsai u to pm-
stngle texi in the Korn proving . tenda to apply Jot p. ��� pur* chase the tallowing described una-:
content:.,i,     In  fact,  the women cite  chase the following   :       feed  lands:      Commencing at   a  post   1',anted   in
the Koi in In support ol their emanci-      Commencing  at .-.  po*-   planted on the Daj  a: northwest corner ot Maud
No ;aw compels a woman to  -...,   -<.rth shore of Klaoltsla island, a   sl.i_d.   the largest  island in  the  in
small island south ��� ���: Turner island van group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Dated June 6th. 1*09 Applying tor [Applying for the whole island, con-
the  who:e island,    4" air.*  more obtaining 60 acre.*  more or  less
��� ;-..   ,i   :. .    and  d-'Sienaif-d  solely  by
vv>--      Km Inenl   lawyers say    the
'���ourts will hold that the women bave
the   rieht  to chose  hus-,and-   because
ibe law���applied now only in theory���
��� '.'���- that  the bride's oonaent to
��� i&rlage is essential.
Immemorial custom Iia. so constrn-
ed it thai the bride is never pres. at
������"  th- wedding ceremony is being
rated,   her  consent  having  been
tained by proxy.
QUITS   CHRISTIANITY
TO   MARRY   HINDU
lee��
DORA  ANDERS IN,
P_r S.  H.  FORD.  A .'ent.
Dated  June 6th,  1909.
BERGETA  AN-Z-iRSON,
Pes   S.  H.  FORD. Agent.
Dated June 6th.  1909.
(.Form  No   I j
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice,
ll   rict of Coast Range On..
rake  notice  that  John    Qiaen,  ot
Vancouver, B. C-. occupation, farmer,  me
[Form No   9.]
LAND ACT.
intends  to   apply
purchase    the    following
lands:
Commencing  at  a  post   planted  in
bav at northwest    corner of    Da--
viand.     Dated   June   6th.   19.9.    Applying for the whole island,  contain
l.ucknow. June  22���A    remar
ceremony took place here yeet-   :.-..
��� d Miss Thomson, a pretty young
v.lian woman, who is bo he mar-
ried to a Bengali barrister. (ormaMy
-..ii.-l Christianity and embracee
Hinduism  aa  practiced by  the  Ayra
-Ceremony    took    place In the|�� v.   v ������*-
courtyard of the rajah of Yi_ian_-
cram's residence, ;_rid waa watched
v   a Uirge crowd of natives.
Mis- Thomson wore native costume
wirh a pale btae "sari" bespsmgied
wiih irol'l. and bearj gold bangles on
her arms Af the oonclnatoo <v the
ceremony which lasted more than an
hour, she almost fainted
Tl.. vv-'*-'-- reception by the Arya
Samaji.sts was the costomary pun-
BcatkmH   I >    tire   and   water.       Miss   of
Form of Notice.
District of Coast   Range One.
Take  notice  that    Frank  Jacobson.
of  Vancouver. B. C, occupation, lar-
intends to  apply for permission
for   pe-i-mis-s. :i   to j to   purchase   the  toilowing   desenbod
de**       ��� :   .ainxU:
Commencing  at a  post  planted   ln
a small bay on north shore ot Bend
i*land.    Dated June  6th,   1909.      Ap-
_ylng for the who!- island, containing SO acres more or less.
PRANK JAOOBSON,
Par  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th. 19u9.
Dated
JOHN OLSBN,
Per  8   ft  FORD,  Agenl
June 6th, I
[Form  No.  I j
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District  Of  Coast  Range  One.
Take  notice   that   R_l;.h   Jacois
V id ���>iuver,  B.  C  occupation.   I
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take   notice   that   Adoiph   O.   John-
son. of  V inctiver,  B.  C, occupauon.
, ads  te apply  for permis-
T-omsoi.  answered the questions of ,m_r. Intends to apply for pe.mis.i- trchaae    the    following .le
IForm No   9.]
LAND ACT.
the Hindu prleet In a low wtce. ceremonially wii Bind her hands -tnd head
and  poored  s  Bpoonfoj of oil on a
sandal-wood fire. She then rvcelved
s  Hindu  name
following
l.ever Brothers. Toronto, will send you
free .. cake  of  their  Famous Plant
toilet   "vip, if  y.-u mention  this  paper.
io  purdsaae  the
lands;
Commencing at a post  planted or.
the southeast shone in a small bay on
Ooaapton   island.     Dated   June   4th.
1909.     Applying tor the whole island,
containing BO acrt - more or less
RALPH   J.U'OBSON
Per  8,   ft  FORD.   Agent.
Dated June *th, 1909
deacftb. I lBds:
r.>nnnt-n.ing at ��� poet p.anted on
the north shore of Crib island. Dated
June hth. 1.09 Ap plying tor the
whole island, containing 9o news
more or  less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,
Per S.  ft  FORD, -Vgent.
Dated June 6th   I I   '
\
The whole of the cedar lumber lying
on the C. P. N. and C, P. R. wharves
is for sale, either in one lot or in quantities to suit. For prices and particulars apply to
ED. GOULI-T
Agent   for   MARRIOT    &    CO.,   New   Westminster
[Form No   9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
Dteti ci   >':   Ooast   Range One.
Tak,   notice thai  Jacob  Jaco
of Van. mver,  B   C. oocupation, car-
iH>nter.  kaceads *o apply   tor permla
'sion to    purchase   the following de-
scribed lands:
Commencing at  a  'post  planted on
the BOUthwest shore ot Mound Miami
Dated, June 4th. 1909.     Applying    ���
the whole island, containing SO acres
more Or '.< BB,
JACOB  ���! M30BSON,
Per   .    ft   FORD,    V-a-uv
Dated .luiie 4:h.  V   -
[Form No  9 |
LAND   ACT.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
lake  notice,    that    an  application
"a is been made to register Peter llen-
ierson as the owner in lee simple, under  a  tax sale  deed from  the  Reeve
and clerk of Surrey, to The Corpora-
I on   of the   Township  or  Distric.   of
Surrey,  bearing  date  th.-  Hat  day  of
December, A. D.. 1901, of ail and sin-
that  certain parcel  or tract of
. and presalaes situate, '.ying and
in   the  Distrioi   of    New  Wester,   in  the  Province  of    British
Columbia,   more    particularly   known
md  described as    Lots 3 and  4, ot
Bio. k  4, being  pint of  Lots 7  and S,
1   Map  156;  Lot 7 ot Block 4,
pan of Lots 7 and 8. Group 2
Lot 9, o! Block 4. being parr-or Lots
7  and \ Group 2.
You and  those claiming through or
1       you   and   a'd   pefBOBa   claiming
any Interest la tht *ai,i land by virtu.'
of   anv   um*.-"-'.* ��� I   instrument,   and
all p. '-.-ns claimlni any interest in
*ail '.and by deacent, whose title
is not -    later, d und.- ths provisions
Registry   Act,"  are  re-
Form of Notice,
j    Ills'; Ct 1      c. ,,-���   Haute   One
Tak.-   notice   -.hat    AV     I    It
[Vancouver, B. C   ocwtpattoa   farmer, 0f the "Land
Intends    to applj    tor permission to quired to contest the claim of thv, tax
purchase     the     to'.win. ��� t  purchaser within forty five days trom
Kinds: Ihe data ol the first publication of tins
Commencing al  .,  peel   pl i notice upon you, and In d .ault of a
bin on north shore oi K>',-s island, caveat or certificate of lis pendens be-,
one .'i the Anderson g oup Pa-.-.', ing filed within such period, or in do-
I June 6th, 1909 Applying for the fault of redemption before resiRira-
whole Island com lining 100 ae��*s tion. you and each of yoti will be for*
| more o. Isaa ster estopped and debarred from set-
Al.BKHT 111 NT, ting up any claim to or In respect of
Per S   H   FORD   _tenl      .the said land,    and    I shall  register
Dated   lun.- Oth   1909 r>,',Pr Htnderson as owner -banal  in
 '    fee,      And  I hereby order that  publl-
cation of this notice for thirty days tn
B daily newspaper published In New
Westminster, will be good and sufficient service theivof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offli*.
New VA'.'sn-ilnster, Province of British
Columbia, this 3rd day of May, A. U.,
i'...-:>.
0, 8. KKITH,
District   Registrar
To  Yuk    Chee,    lh- w    Hing  Knp,
John J. Weir.
[Form No.  9. |
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Qoasi   Range One
Tak,.  notice that  John  Johnson,  of
IVancouver, B, c, occupation,   salee-
man. intends to apply for pennies >u
I to  purchase  the   following   desert ed
i liuids:
Cotnmencitig at a post i>lan'el on
,the north shore Ol John Island, an is
'land between K-.-s island aad Davie-
Island. Dated, June 6th, 1909. Ap*
I plying for the whole lsL-.nd. containing 00 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON
Per S.  H.  FORD. Agenl
Dated   June tith, 1909.
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THE   D AIL if   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
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WE     ARE       HEADQUART6RS
FOR
|)l I RRIE'S INDIANS |
ARE DUE HERE TODAY
HAMPERS' SUPPLIES 1
The   Cup   Challengers   Should   Arrive
,n  the  City  on  This  Evening',
Train  from  the   East.
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e OUR      STOCK      OF      CAMP 4
5 STOVES.  ETC.  IS COMPLETE. ���
+ NOW   IS   THE   PROPER   TIME 2
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e TO   PREPARE.
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night
Tecumsehs  will  be  hers   t,
Al ������*:
pui uupn
, , ling bj
,.,   team
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COLUMBIA   STREET
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Preserving time i ==
will soon be here, ���������������������������
and you -hould be
prepared for it. We
have just received
a carload of jars,
in pint, quart and;
half  gallon   sizes.,
T r*. .-/-.-i^- Fw> �����  ���-,_ "    IT "":i :   i,!*:''   ���'    !i   Todd's  sale
__aieSLimperial Inl" musical instrument   1      uue�� all this
week.     The store ��   I be open everj
1      f^ rftfi     -rvol       renlng.      Ti mtlng    musical
]J_ OvC-l     vJeni    Seal"   _�� truments g ms do not
' fall ;���, atten
ers. Prices are very
+r<
low.
Pints
95c
J. H. TODD'S
Big  Music  House
COLUMBIA STREET.
Quarts.   $1.15
1-2 Gal.   $1.35
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.   Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.      TRY   THEM       A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   EV
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Eilard Block,  New Westminster
that v the .nt- rpi statlo ,
a message received ia.-*i
Manager Welsh, oi the U>
I '.' : S    �� as   a   pOBS ..1111.
thai  the In liana mlghi  bave d.    1 .1
:..    top ofl  a:   Harrison   Ho    Sprlugt
until in. liny of th,- mati h.      It  dob
bow. ver, that tbe)  will . om.
cltj   and    pi i.m   ���
: -.   lays ; 1 fore the game In ramiiiai
thetnselv. 1 with the grounds,
s    turned  ou    al
n.a 1 ark last evening Coi  a pree
v.     ���:.. 1   tt..i k   being wat. bed
iv o(  Interested    cltls. ns
1    - shaped n,, well, and -undrj
. nthuslasts �� ba a    Monda]   bad
m ., so m what . ! -omj fran ���   -
.is to the - ��� th.   Bs a ���
ii.'s in s.ivi!,1... . une wen
inn  better la-*>t  m-
The  mi ti    aoatain. .1    prei 1.
In last Baturda) 'a - am.  In  ��� an
and  ������   ��aa  fear. .1
tha   they got at tbe ba   ���   1
���   ���    ir,. inju ��� ir   i-l
���   1 . in  the w I.,. ���        1 -
��   ��� .1* lf the 11,<-ii were 1
nn lor the big 1
, ale,  who got  a nasi
cut OVI      ' ������      .-* t       ���'. .1 .1*
out   1 ,*:   oigl 1   and  de 1 .,1   t.,
km of a
be was none th.- worse     J trntn .  11
        to I
nm. h I.mmi slas
on th. threatened
-- e wai un     1    0 I
it hop.
,'��������� ��� tha n. -t practice      AU the
other men,
���   lng Hi
last ���   ���
l',.niii,.   .
tiled      ray 00
,   wiiii   th.   bridge  enquir*
Jlmrnle  Olffot I ..hk.v
���-     .. ��� ,.-:.::
Saturday's Lineup
a  ���  ���  ���!        ,*   ,,U;.l    tU    '
Bd run *.H Cl
.  _ the tea
��� 11 h:  1
...        ,,-���..���
..   Remit,    th 1 i d<
���    T     Ren
Spi Wlntemute;
om.    '���'���     i urnbull;   :,.
\:.-\ :     :.
li
... Is exciting U
gn a*. .-���   -a ��� ree.   In   tha ea 1       Th-
-;i.r   . .  ��� ,...������ V
taws the foi owing u
lt
it    battle
a  ��� ���    I     ��� m
���    man)
��� '���
r.f   th.- games
the  Bald,       I
A    ,11
It *
��� -    Bed
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures     and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program   changed    Monday,    \\i"t-
��� iy and  Friday.    Bpecla] matinee
for ladies arid  children  Saturdays at
p. m,
RINGS FOR ALL
have   a   splendid   assortment   in    those   lines
BABY RINGS FROM .
LADY'S RINGS FROM
GENTS'   RINGS   FROM
$1.00 TO $ 1.50
$4.50 TO $110.00
$6.00 TO $ 15.00
(Had   to   have   vou   call    and   look    them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jewelei
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Is
Ii   ...    ..���    n - bi
Fred     Rountre.      Si I
...,..(���������.-,,_,,.
tbe two Rennl. ���    . ��� ��� :.������>      ���'���    '
>,u i      Both the Rrnnlea arc I- 1 sad
...-���      bai Querrle md
������ ild prove 1 good match for 'hem.
Qderrta  kn'>w_    every    tr.<k   In   the
gaa " and is j,ist as laat b    iv i
d. though a      ing l
Is   hli;  snd    fast, and    will   tak.- any
amouni <>f punlahmenl      K". ge,  ��� ,1
KV-<- ri - '.nld     provld.   ��� B'   ''f    'he
f^atir.    - ' ��� ��� -       ��� ���       Pee ��� a
little faster th in FN t F< 1
a  hor.*.- (or work,   an I wlll bi '   6
game     ail     aften    n
Roontre.    hould   ��� iiiffl-
e li ���  -Alth W  Turn a I       v 1
and heai Ier I   ,-,   I
i'i fai t. It looks aa if I I *
Od       ��� ������ rV<     '.. '.   '
The  Indian*'  Scoring  End.
"Gllben in Whitehead   Durfcln      1
Adamson are  three of the  'i '
vs bo   a i.|   liki.-i;. hu      .,       -, tin
Gifford brothers nuu OaJ ralth.
W< -' 11 in ter 1 ���      i-      ai, :
with them  if v.    I -.,���;.��� 1, 1 ���      ina.
tlon   gl 1 rln
.... i 11   ���
'   -      Van I     ,1   ��� ���    1   A.I ���!:. ..i,
��� ������ .    of th.    ������'.   menl   ���- ���
-. - ill*
lmikiri looks   0 be up
' . Qgei >   man    on    W<
rommy Gilford      Glfl     I
ayer,    but      1 .������ 1 ���
;.,   bim .1    a -.-  it'.-'noon."
  1
P.  BURNS 4  CO.
Prom  thl    dati   our _li Ivei     eave, '
. lsI    ud  ���'.���'���    ��� trip at 8 !0 am . !
an'l K'-.-ond tri-i at  10:30 am, sharp
iAii ord'-r^ placed  before lbs ���   boors I
ivll]   be  gruaranteed   prompt   delivery,
nnd  all  ni'-ats on   time      Pleas.   I ���
sure  to -end  orders  etirly.
Afternoon dellyery   2 p m  and  1  m
jp.m.  shar;,.
P   BURN8A CO
per y  C, TRAVE8, Man    1
.Tune :'i   1909
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
flranetii-s throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
hanking business transacted. Letters of Credit  i-asn.-d,    available  with
correspondents in   all  pans of   thi
world. "H��H1
Pavings Dank Department���Deposits
received in sums of  $1   and  upward.
and interest allowed ut 3 per cent, per 1
annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over 1168,000,008.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.    >
***+*+*���������+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
{ Look This Up j
��� "
+ Ten lar^e lots, Seventh Avenue and
e Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
THiS STORE CLOSES AT 5:30 P.  M
Ladies' and Misses'
BATHING
SUIT
WELL   MADE   BATHING   IU|T_   ^OR   LADIES.   MISSES   AND   CHILDREN    ARE    HEUl
NEW   STYLES
SHOWN    IN    LUSTRE.   SERGE"   AND   JERSEY   CLOTH.   ALL   NICELY   TRIMMED   WITH    |
THEY   HAVE    FANCY   TURNOVER   COLLARS   TRIMMED   IN    VARIETY   OF   STYLI
ALL    SIZES    IN    STOCK
LADIES'  SIZES   AT   l.'-V   TO   J)1',:   CHILDREN'S  SIZE'-  FROM  $: C.      I
POPULAR
BATHING   SUIT
MATERIALS
J-tV*'-
 ....        r      ... -.*
��� ��� 1
-.        V...       ��� -���!.-.
v.,   dud   ���
for ���
Int 1 seal aj lai      W1
-..if-*.
rlrs���all  : . I
CX>LORED  Ll BTRJ28
���   . ,!.
,-).... ...     3bc   to   6bt
BLACK   .     ��TK>_
'.    at*
NAVi    IND C ".RDIN tL 81 KGE
I OS     ���    ��� -     twill;    Ki- "d    ��.-i|t'.t     ���
.    ���       ,       ���       ' ,    ��� Bits    i- '
y ard      45 c
��� Ol FON  1 ABHM1   .-
nl>
��������� ,��� ��� rard .., '5c
.-Ot
FINE   BLACK
FRENCH  VOILLE8
75c. $1.00  and  $1 ?5  PER   YARD
At these pn. ���-��� ���*. ���    * K*m.  im -
.,,!-��.��,!    ..,,!;���. i ������ n,,,.  and
even In �����������.���������    Dm   a   .   . 1 .,-  ..1
nn.   nf    iir*.! class    , 0I01       Smi-    ��� .
��kirt�� i.f volll    an   den
spi ������ area, s   and -   .
while  the   ���..,-.
I   .   ..   Kkirt
length  ..'���-��� - ���-
1, 1    .
BLACK   MARQUESETTE
$1 28   PER    YARD
\   Bne ii'-'iik'-    -*..\. 11  mat. rial  la
���  onl)    tiii htlj  light*] .11 m
1 of ��<iik an : mono mi-
mi.    per yard $1 ?r>
150 PIECES OF
WASH    MATERIALS
PER    YARD
���
���   ��.���  ar.-
!�����t rai
4 ���
���
���
���
-
Ins this   aeel    ���
...    pei
ser... al   AMORTiM N '
'    LACE.,
It   PER   VABD
AT ^
LACF     ���*       -
li.    . . J
k   .��.    I]      a     || ,     '   ���  I..    I
iri" I 'm      ,-    :,, ������ '��� ��� .1 BS
, ia,i,    �� ills .���     ' 1   waah
������ ��� ������       Reffalar  >������   ���-
...
TABLE    DAMASK.
50c   PER   YARD
H��-t ' ��� .1   ' '     ,   ,
-.    tl,    T'I       IlK-Cl
.. hi-1   Of   ur. VI- a. bed     SB
deetgaa;   (ood ��<-iiti.t and .1
quailt)  for ever]   :.i.    ���
:         50c
BLACK   GRENADINE
in iiorai .i.-wignH; v<.iy appropriate
for summer gowns *n separate sWrts
or wall '���    per yard $1.00
AMERICAN   CRETONNI '.
��   YARDS   FOR   $1.00
s<.!t    ��Bahlni  , 1, ,,.,..   In   :������ .
.m.i fa��t ootois.    ��� 11.. in t. * ���-������
,-i����l weigbt of Hi<-i,ii  worth for cui
tai a        - -    - > vi    ���:  ., ���      i
pos. week, 8 yard |1.0
ROCKFAST    DRILL,
20c   PER   YARD.
on., of tin. bosi  1 tlfable "ti".' ���
skin materials jrou run buy    Bhowi
only in    Muck   groeads   with seal
Ktrlpp- and BpOtS K<K-kf.ini drill ll
nf I-..,: weight; utroiiK und fitnt oolor,
oapeelall) suitable for 'lark oatini
HkirtH and children's wssh k.iI's    Pei
ynnl    ZOc
W. S. CdLISTER & CO.
THE STORBIFOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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