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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMl',.
'Ml-:    I    NV    '
OfiiilALS VISIT
atig
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Prion* 8..
v E8TMLNBTER, B. C W
V  MORNING   JUNE
1 Wj.
CENTS l'ER COPY.
SANGUINE ENGINE       ENGLAND FAVORS
WATERWORKS INTAKE  m ""��� llll��" shortly    [an m M RA1S[0
ir Creek  Portion
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leto Search Ri ver T   I'. O'Connor  Thinks the
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��� Impatient.
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.
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g If   With   P.ll_.nr__r���  and   F ft)
Tont
. ���     :        delay In <
as at the *>"-<������
M. Marshall  ***- ' ' "k   "{
i., .  ,    Sort ������    ��� !:.-���. k,   o;
. ���  tblj morn.
of thi
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I
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aorth
oo
to work wl       ........
.
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ne   th.
a .   inquiry   of
  :    .     hei .'-lay of un
of!)' rta
May    Ra,se   Engine.
,   . v. Super
ten !_.i Derery of ihi- G. N   R
^1
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B, inch
.   i     v    -i   ���    .mil  il  this can
I would     >   ���     ��� ���      ina".. i   to
It on iw.     They are .
������������,.    th.   :-x*ornoti,    ... ������
,   tender   wil) mn      the
foi th. (all  li thai
may ��� .vini;    to   resistant*
June 24     Ci '���
'      , T.   P.  O'O
n/eek will decide l
.:
taxes - I th.
'
of all cla .     ���   put
���  ;,-���...   in :   the i
STR. BEAVER STARTS    I	
^^^^^^^^^^���K: tint
1)1    ,.,..1L..I.    IIIII
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^___________vrere  rea
fi*r..d  by  the water.      Then- Is prob-  ct
v. . -
wil
r. - ill. ;  In  ':.-   hi   ' '���
railroads of a group ol men tlsh-
��� : ���       :.:    wp -k_^.   under
,-  conditions
������<���    ; p.-. ii,. ial
car... t land - be rai .���*.-. - tn-
.   .- .    inpatient ol tbe delay, bo that an
A teeni. c j.
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When *h.     -.���      - imorrow the
is c-nain b i,. toda
THE NEW BUDGET
TECUMSEHS WILL NOT      lRESTIV._TORSES
PLAY IN VANCOUVER
Government Will Be Sustain -.
cable   That   G-T*-e   Will    E.   Ar-
,-ged   in  Tern-mial   City   With
lndians.
\USE EATALITY
At pr. sent it looks ;,- if tbi
that
tte . rill play in tbe west
i     anxiou.- a
....*  that  Ho
of  'be  into  .in   agrei ..   ..    with
.
I don i v. ho     we can
arrange a game for Vani -uv. I
v        -       ���
'���- -' ��� ��� :. ��� ..       "Thl      -    ll ther.
on  Baturda.    Jul)   8-
'     ���'���- lue  to i eel
i. .  -,  ,  on   I ��� ���  i". and U   ���
^S____________________________B___M
Frank B< ~ 11 is Crushed
Beneath the Wheels of
His Wagon.
tver  I   don ���
I get into prooer sha
.
���
I  gel prober  --
gan,'-       We could  not.   :.   _
Id
.'.   ��� .-.   -..   to oovei     id  tnei
eltcll ��� '..
dem parliam i
and oui of do
Chancellor and  Distillers.
The   ian.I   t.,x  i-   in    item
am- due to heat the i-ironto- if tbey
possibly can, and it will lake a pretty
large- consideration to Induce them to
jeopardize their chances : -he match
It is possible that the. ma;- play
an  exhib.tion   game  a:  Seattle  some
His ��� rushed by the wh��      .f
hi*     wago        ilid-r    ein   . -    ui-
���   ���   ��� a mllar  to    hoe,    rn    i
���    .:���  .  :: ��� .
ank Uoweii  ��� t
it ',.��� Royal Colum      i
da>  aft. rnoon.
A1   th.     time    v-:,.-1    tbe aecld. at
nhi. b  re u.i-d In his ,!��� atb oecnrr. ,i
, ngaged   along
with   Oeorge   Eberu  ol   thhj  dl)      i
unloading a numoer of h.^s Croat ���*.
raj"ii and  thi.-'.a ng    h. m    Into
Bi .11'"-    ... :'    in  or ber     th it   ti   .,
gbi   ��� iioattd down to t)n_- Bran.   ���
rd..1. Uli 11.
The wagon was landing on a -
bridge on one of the plank roads
tween the IX-wdney Trunk road and
the Fraser. The two men were
about to pull the last one of the Ions
off the wagon and roi; it inio the river, when one of the horses suddenly
became  re-Mess and  started toward,
The heavy log, already half of tne
wagon, swung round, one end of it
catching    in   the    woodwork  of    the
     ��� ��� ,     ,_, .       i... >:..:..      ill    ine      vnumwuu   in      iu.
me In the cooflje of next week. This. br,d As   the        on   ���   k^  {or
Indian?.
Ophir Br,ng_ Oriental Freight.
.     ,    Th.- ti'.^.iin��-r Ophi.  an*i*,*ei i-..  port
'     .  Vancouver    yewtttday  Don ������
SI ���     :. -ight with h.-r a large qu.-'
,    of v   gbt I     ���:.'       tneee merchants
Ine,   Ant
	
iarg"      to irn  ol   Virility  and
to "-��� government      ine
f tl party wae much
in ed  :>:���    be inte 11. -���    . ��� -ween
I-lo ��� ��� -. ... 1 :��� | ���.-:. dl *i!lers
ai,d v   ,,.       Lloyd-Oeorge    suc-
ee.    i  in proving th_t  the publicans
ert-  ready  to  make  real ���:..���...��� con-1
:ss ons and the majority   wen: B
almo ���   -:.!:. fl.d.      The  distillers can ;
go: ���,    . ne.-.-i ,Ti >.��� pres nt but later i
/rn  '      tax    may  be    pronounced an
[em. and   t^mporar-.   tax   or  a I
government jp,,-,   . diverted specially  to
irisl ; ��� ���- icl .. draining those
pa.-t- whlcb yearly sre Inundated by
ihe ,   -   ' ��� a of the river_.
'       result of this Improvement in
tha ���      ������ ween Lloyd-George ani
tlie ;iblicans is the temporary cessation of the campaign of calomy
again.*', tbe ixish party R<_mond.
ln addreeelng thp distiller., and publican-   referred
ellelted  ..  repotat. ..  .  ______ .
tion  Alio left the whole struggle over
idinns  _.ard lhe o[her tnd Taised an(1 sWijm-
,Ta-' ing  swiftlv   round, hit  Frank   Uowe.l,
P. man-      *
budget   wnich   ment     appeals   'o   the  however,  ia  doubtful.      Th
.   , .      tlon  and  li   accounts  will probslbly  return ea3:   b, _      __	
��� fth.. Fall . Ity, and it the A. 1 P. man- -throwing him M tll^ grou__a uDd nnde��
agement is willing to come through.^ whfce;8 of the Inov.ng waKon, As
in a *:r.-r.iotory manner a game may  ^  Uy   th<j  wlltrf pa88ed acTOfiB tji^
be pulled cdT lower" pan of hi*, body, causing fatal
internal injuries..
The injur*-*! man was at one. taken
$7580 AWAITS CAPTOR
OF C.P.R. TRAIN ROBBERS
Bandits     Who   Held   up     No,   97   A'e
Sti I at Large���Indians on the
Trad,
to the Royal Columbian hospital anil
Dr. Dean was called From the tirs.
examination it was evident that tee
case was hopeless and all that cou a
be done was- to mak. the las; iiio
ment�� of the injured youth as tre-a
from puin as  possible.
He  expired  about  an    hour aad   S
half after the accident took place.
S. R. Bowell, the father of the tw-
ceased youth, met death under almost.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_[identical  circumstances  on  May  6  ef
  last year.      He was employed at the
time in unloading furniture, when he
The bandits who held up the C. P.  too wag knocked under the wheels of
-   i -���        iR. train No. bT at Ducks, on Monday,  the wagon.     It is ghastly coincidence
e distillers  and pub- |are  ac(xcx]ing  to  the  ,a-est    advices that i: is the same _ot-- wboae rest-
to  such   attacks  and; hreneas has caused the d**ath of both
ition   from  a deputa- ;st111 al <**&��� 'fathe- and son
 .-I      A   .,,-,_.,v   ^nnn   ia   nw_;in_   the   man .     -v.'  ,���._  r^.^t.- Da^.ii ������_, ���i_.hte^.r-,
IV
���
,-. eh. lake I- tb.
���"     - -,   that    the    dwe I.
m    __k_   b_V��   Ol      r* .
  ndc.-lnjt  . -	
�� ai,,
'
i ,        . ,ov-
.11^ ., .;, ��ll-
���r .  pav> forest : ������        u**"*
���   . - ervlag the a Ow-
-  id '       vw3
....  .a        .   r ei
...-.'.-   Oo
���ad   ���   ���   u '
.   the  -.'a,    ������ .   -   :.   '
.  i.-s   .mi;.'-.i��'.iv��'���'   tln��-r
��� ���   lhe   npper  ��tr."
. .    f tl
��� mat.
1
.'. j.er-works   P.ant.
.   al  '.ii-- ini.ik". lb ��� :
given  *i>* to lnn<
I .    ,1  le    t.
���in ���
I        thi     ���   ..-    wi.i
Itil     I ��� ��� .     :
tl
The unn_.il   v.,.   .���!  th.
m_____________________^___\
*>oo luk'. ha��i- ��.;    re] le
i ttr.-e*  aad ii '* customs
.u te     ���:���    ���  ���-     ,. year's i i
> be Seni  -.. her.
Th�� l*'nve.. slao I ��� * on i�� .'">! ; '
.4fc ���!���'   ���       !���_   lor  the I'embor
. o bat. :.< ry
The  ��.��� .'   piSSaiU   favorable.
snd no did * anticipated In g��*t-
���  e i - md d wn the Har
��� ������ river, whlcL   ,'��� ordlnsr)  seMOfts
..' -..     ���.,.       not navigahu- even 'or
oii'S.
  A goodiy sum is awaiting the man .    ^ lat(? y^^ Bowell was eighteen
concesBic-s  to Ireland  confidently  in ! who can catch    them,    as announce-  ..^ of ag���..     His mother is at pr��*-
'ment  was  made yesterda)   to tne ei-:en.. at  pentic.on    together   with  her
HAY NOT PAT VISIT
TO STATES IN UNIFORM
VICTIM OF DRUNKEN
Itit Council   Refutes  Permission to
Princess  of   Walef  Ov��n.
Rifles.
0LDTIMER   DIES.
Alexander Fraser Pastes Away at Age
of SIxty-'our.
Tba  f'lrvm)   of  the   laV   Alexandor
M   l' ���'    ���   �� I]  take p!��.-..> oa  Sunday
on  under    Haaoaic    tus; I. es
I :.  ��� r   >!ied   at    bli res danoe,
, ,. t. ye i. rdaj alb r a short
���   ��� ...- .*.-  ihe
Oi'.awi Juno 24.���The militia coun
ell has ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Prlii a Wales'   Own   Rifles,  ol
Kingston, I    '.v.- j art in 'he Fourth
of July ee ebral on at Elmira, N. V
^_________________________________ itheui.    as anaounce-
tbe hand, of the party. jment was made yesterda)   to tne ftt- Wl c.  .__.��_-
few. tbat the government wouid pay ^ Stephen!' They "haw teen noti-
a reward of |?5w to t_*_r captor. Th-s :flel 0-- llle accident'and are expected
added to the |MM offered by the |to arrive 1D toWn in Ume for ,tte ,���_
C.  P.  R.. brings  the    price    on    the nera_
ii I irr i irrriii   _.inai_lb^_!! of^e fugUlvts "^ ���" y,Mii-     I ' Vh, detaaeed youth had two other
Ft LICE CAPTAIN WW LTtffSE Sn^^SS broth^ (iwT a^h;ir. ?L_
,'"��  -trmeo   losses  are  now   scouring  slslt.r   now at .yi0 High School in this
____^  tae  country  in    the vicinity of    the cjtv
holdup, and they are composed large- i     ' ___________
ly  by Indians whose ability in track- I ,INIFnRM.   M_RF   coo*. t
ing  down criminals  is well  apprecmt- | UNIFORMS  HERE   SOON.
ed by the police lu this district
San Francitco Officer Breaks Splendid
Record  of Thirty-one  Years   by
Appaling   Crime.
San   Francisco,   June    21.���Bernard
fused    i^-rmlsMlon to the'I-agan,   the   young   tusiness   man   of
this city  who was Shot and seriously
wounded  by   Captain    of    Police  Ml
1 by the police lu this district. 'Sun   He,met8   and   caps   Arrive   Foe
Four   men,   answering   the  descrlp- | -rf| Carr-er,
tlon uf the  holdup men. are now  in
the   vcini'-y   of   Cherry   creek,  a   few
tniles west of  KamliX-p*.      l^te  last
i.. it une ��i ~-w """wT^-.lllni-si. -1' tomb-! on the
...   j: ction   w,���r iim^.."'" ���s_��
..-.,.)   \  1    Alalia oc     "*
..���..:     Upon <
:   ,-.i*i Mr. li-Tiii- .-.i '������
ecn^n hou."     Whll.
Of   Ihe   pltnl    1*   n   .'"      '   ������'
M.'.-m at  .'-., Ihuio ume
, I   .. -!������:    .. .....
...,,!  o(  lh.- ���   '*.-.  ''��� w
;orti
l��.
hmin      Hv had reached tlu* sge ol Oeards of Ottasra bave a rsngai f��
' unl wme to ��ls ��� V>  S0n���� �����- oxctit-lon to Bttrli'.v  -. on July t-
'.-,?���,   loin   the  Royal However    they   are   m-t   gomg  as   a
gjSy?    . * :,,li,,envl,:ir.t,.-re,yin:i,v:-a���ca-
which   plb �� '	
���n?M *S,r��'^n^  v  u  "3 ironworkers' Wa9es   Advance.
^^^^^     Mail Carriers.      	
New Wesiniinsterg n^w [����iiaiea
uiiids w**si oi Muuiuup- i^��ie ��� ���'Will sewn be in uniforni. Op 'o tn*.
night they endeavored to self a boat present the men who del; *er the ma 1
to one of the aBeUonxnea at that .throughout the city have been eoin^
point.      Tbe raiiroad nun recognized   Uieir rounds clad as ordinary etiuens.
  the boat as one belonging to a pany  in tilv ,lt.ar future, however, they will
_____^^^^^^^^^ wounuou  ny   .apimn    ox    rouce  .m-jUp   the  river a short distance       He t^ t,u. m all the glory of the..'poet-
of July celebration st  Elmira,  N   Y . 'chael  Oon boy early yesterday, is lin- Ibargalned with them for a short time mens uniforms.
and  accordlnglj    that    regiment  has gerng betwet-n life and death at the|and   lllen   Mi  them  lhat   he   would I    The  first  consignment  of  *he  aal-
had 1    cancel I Rl    .-...,.. . .   ,..,,,,���,    ....   ,,,    _hvo,  ;haw to go to Tranqulile. a short dis- forma arrived from Ottii^a-yesu-e*^
"l  don'i  !.:���   .   what sort of people ��'.'  .���"'!../T T, ,,i' >,nii    ,  ,,,    -     ;*"*nce awa-f'    t0    *e:  tht*    nectS--*'':''  It  comprised   sun   helmets,   caps   Cur
._        t-.      . m.i      _     __     _-.i ci.ijs  enter.a.n  utile nop^ oi  hu re-  _--_ ^^^^^^^^m    -     *-������ -' .__     .__,   _...���_   ' _��   ���.,^���
thos,.  KiasBton m'.lltia can  be,    said covwy i1'-- --*r-_
one of the official. lepartment ^���a���a_>
tonight, ������'���������jt to i"�� to a Fourib of
July celebration In Hi-* Hajeaty's uniform !_ rcially too much"
The G-OVOrooraOrer!-!-. FY��ot
?uey
ly,       tO      gel    me       uc-c-a-aa,.- __    |.'iiu*jriior\i    ___    ���.a.. _j-��_,    a.wt.��     ���
lu-u^t-      While  there he telephoned we.   w-eatber  and   waterproof   cap**.
..... ,tj"Kamloops and Sheriff Woods. Con- The remainder of the consignment, )<���
Stripped  of  his   uniform  and star, L��____it Batchelor and an armed posse expected   to  arrive   within   the  ne\t
and  facing  a  serious  charge  after a I e(t ({���. cherry creok.     They are now few   daj.
...   ��.,!,.I     a-a_a,-,r-     rtl     I'llflV^I,*     Vftl-     In       V. 1 - ..       l_a..       , la _      .1' _ T%- i IV;       5lnil       '.t       IS Thu    |a.
i. the Kta^Wwart'Md'Atta dredges,     Pott-towa. Pa..    Jnne    .;    Notice
ii....i.   ass  ��f  by  the engi   ��� ��     ,   ed the si s��m- announdnf an advance of 10 per cent
������"���u"�� '" ''"    '   ff     h.   ���_      i -*������*   "���    r  '"'   i-   aages of emptoyeea of the  Wsr-
! '"���/.';   C:  S?or. BCOOS .  tafmm   m   l-.���   livn   and   BM     Coin,.:..    ��   -
���  ""',    *   Ki i,   ft   "   ��   ���-��� ������'   No   1T,    ,   ��� gSISw    l-:on    compuns    have had
:" lr '',     ��� Sadi   M   when I   *<" orpanited in        \.li;���^ advanced and also
II] {a  -ma .v.  ����� . "           ���_   , .,,  th* ni'ir       *
splendid record of thirty-one years ln
tbe police department Oonboy occupies a cell in the city prison.
Chief of Police Je*-se E Ctxik suspended him from duty on a charge
of having been under the influence
of liquor at the time of the shooting. '
Chief Cook stated last night that
Oonboy wouij not talk of the affair
and apparently had no recollection
of it.
of  Uie
 when  h   wan
       ,    __>��.   ... i  Frsser  l-odg.* "
rhe water i     ���      ��� '���     " '   .',, r w   was namsd after -to. *��_
l,,:.:.       ' '   \   ��*_f ',.,.,,,q   ,,���.   tlr-t   master   work
' ���   ! '������"            T^ \-  bad been hbped thai Rei
,(t|0    i-   .,    __tmmei    which man.     n  �����>' ..   ...   __-
 Mp   a    nkiuiin��r     ^^
��ich>',  any leaves oi  oth. i  Boating
a   tlie    stirtiii"".     'hvii.v   '���'
a double ��-���'. wWcb can be
,!���- lnnielv. and lrom thence
to iv   , ;���     There li .* -a"1"11 i,r'"
canyon, soms few ini11* &"*u
7\ Ben-Son would W*e *U  ���
lie.   mu   I.-  Indians  that   Ae  Ws
other engagements
A    Johnson.
Th0 death hi^tak^lace^Ari-h..;
at the Laaslg Lron Works.
The Harrlsbnrg Pipe and Pipe
;xui ling Works, employing 6i��. nun.
i��vii.,i announced an tacreaee of l��
)>,-.r cent ln wag��>s to take effect ths
Is;  Of July.	
searching   for  the   bandits  and   t  is The complete outfit allowed t>v  the
thought   that   they   will   locate   them poetoAcs department  to  the  carriers
before noon today. comprises   besides   the  article   nien-
  tumed   above,  two   uniforms   one   pd
ST. JOHN GETS serge and  one of cloth, an overcoat
DOMINION   FAIR and   fur cap.    for cold    weuthe-.  ieg-
  gings. belts, bags and man;    >ther ar-
Ottawa. June 24��� The federal grant ~J__     ...          .,   , ,.
_.    2_   , .         ...         . Now that the mail deliver,  system
for the Dominion exhibition tor next has  ^ lnauguratvd  ln Ull8 clv    ,t
year has gone to St. John. ... B., with js  giving    the  greatest    sat Sfu&joa,
the result that  the Dominion fair of and  the men are going  their roun ts
1910 will be  held in the winter poi*1 as  though    they  had    been Used   to
city.     The cities of Fredericton, Cha- them for years.
Ditfluite   Was   Appropriate. ..... lu(,^...��. ���. 	
Seattle. ���June 24.���Lurvd  into the   thalu   anj   Moncton  ��ach   wanted  Uie
w.iikIs near Bitter lake yesterday by
two imu who posed as real estate
ageatt,   Anton   Waltsn     was   beaten
Into tnsenslhlltty iuui nv. bi>d of lioo
and a cheque for tSOOO, while his part-
partner. Albert Stosk. n. was also assaulted   and   pixibably   killed   by   the
thugs.  '
Women Desire to See Peace
grant, but St. John wa* cousideivd
the best place in which to hold a nation, il exhibition. The grant for
l:Ml will probably go to Regina, Sask.
The amount voted each session is
$50.1.-0.
New Scientific League Formed.
New  York, June 24���The  National
Free Speech league Is the name of a
new   socialistic   society    launched   In
this  city.      Clarence    Darrow.    who
ANOTHER JUNE WEDDING.
.......v..,. na- .--   ^      -, / nneumonhv at  his
���   Narrow.,  where   sn   iWncb al  I ort w w,            ^ a( ,,u, (M(,
..I  main   which will b.- dupU   teen       �����' *       .    lodl^,
'"      ,,r:l,_  ,li��� water to the """''"   ^,towg TTi    -
NAVAL OFFICERS DREAD
Return   Invitation.                     NAVAL YEAR'S  PHYSICAL TESTS
rlslion stprsekd   -*������**  t:r''n  '
Vancouver   Man   Marnes  Daughter  of
Royal  City.
A pretty wedding took place in St-
Stephen's Presbyterian church yesterday when jean, tbe youngest
daughter of John* Anderson of tms
city, was united In the bond- of matrimony to John Richmond Hyslop of
mmwmmm.   m.     - _ ���^  iVaOCOUVer
-^ , . .,,.       e       m,,       . J_S_k^t55"      K1WiT,e   ,Uw   Hav'i    Mlw   Mary  Anderson,   tbe Sister ��f
Thrrtltcrhrtllt  tht>   Whnlt>   WnrM fl*Urfd   m ��%___  ��i ^22__?nT the bride, acted as bridesmaid, while
i nrougnoui ine wnoie woria wood and p*taww, u�� *****, u- aupponed ��>y vine*.
hor case, started for Chicago yesier-   ���, �� Vancouv��r.      R_?.    J.  I
bor case   started for Chicago yester
iday   to open  a branch  to  be  known
Toronto.    June 24���The    report Of
tbe committee on  peace and arbina-
  tlon, ns handed down this morning to
n'w.wlTn'Vl.'o 'information   given  WI h.lnlrl,m    ,������,,  24 .-With  Wn^'lthe  Women-  Congress  by   Mrs.  May
h.       ,       ..._     _,-Mn_entl*i      \\ iisniiigioii. ...._. aiMiKoti,
it,
th
Mhi.,
���iiitlneers.      and      ��til.*H��queaU>
.f mi-ton in  the grip of a hoi .f1^,1: Wright Sewell, pointed out the dim
wlll    or.l.'f    !l1'    l��n>8tB a___i        	
��� .--   ..-w,   ,w*~��   ..-    -             ,.,.,    """.".mcei- Rn-   wondering   If  1'1��lr
11>�� \W-,mln,,.-,  party by mvinng the  naval officii*, an	
gubieot. dur- ; m Its preparation.     All the ladles are
Keary   voiced   the   .<'<'lm^''
"'���' v,,Mtmlii.,ioi  party by inviting ���������      ���
'on    ,i i,���hait of the Vaneottvsr enr- |Dg ibe ���� of* ,������,,,. a blWrte t)u> honor Ml, lntefr:ty of their
:"'....,..   aivepted. ���  {�����     ,',   r lUn��� , h<>.^- "'"'"LSu own nation. ���   ,
���f:-z "syVffiS site a^s��$S ens-nssss ���vasra
k_?��:,s^ wW? sst t sa * tw* >��** -___i*-_.._
����rlt�� wharf, lecond  Narrows shot       ''*.,vw._  ' mrtWl|
those personiu .nni fu. i.., u.. ..^ 	
r.-iate to  the    preserrvatlon   nnd  pro-
dav   to open  a  ui_ucu  ��j   u,r  -- ���*- Ha=_dereon omciaiea.
aa' the Western headquarters of  the      After the wedding ceremony a r*"
league.      Austin  J.   Dewls,  a  *'***_   cep��Um wae held at the residence of
To Abolish  Armies.     ^^^
ii-__. 'Vr-^es1^^^ fe ^"^ been dele*
the bride's father, 617 Fourth avenue.
l_it��r in the day the young couple left
-*- -     ���...    _._
"WKllaOB   BOggeited ma-.   ""    ""���,���, "' ���.,,,,,���   makes IAS ai'"" ���^' ,      r.'inte to  the    pr-Berrvation  nnd  pro-
***, wharf. Second Nattewtjjojj ,,*, ,bos "oniothln_ , jj��.UreadjA-   ,gg^       the ^ndlvWual .,.���     we
; rMted. ami bars wm found um nscai > ��         , th,t gunost ioo^ ^             eal t0 a��� wonieil to ad
SMSB X"^ ��.X*-.^aS^lcondlt^ make pracrlcab,.
y  before   ulii-  o'clock,   ....  - .---       ,h
*Hh th��� trip of inspection l>'<*r In ��ne
ments. leading to**ard the abolition
of standing armies and navies beyond
th-. necessary jxillclng of land and
sea and that all such organization
within our National Councils be
urged act ve'.y and Intelligently to
strengthen all efforts, which are put
forth In anv country to aid lta gov-
ernment In the substitution of ��egal
for military methods of International
action; and a_W to seek to aecute the
protection to week naMona and all undeveloped peop'e ��-��-nst exploitation
byatrange governments _y gnaran-
teelng an 'area of neutrality.' '
���:
���
j
they will live tn Vancouver.
,.., i
��� ���
Yesterday's Baseball. ���
1 ���
��� ���
3 ���
Eminent Divine Here.
KeT t Walker of Appleton, Wis , Is ,.
at nresent vislUng In this city the J
gwst of bis son-in-law, W. T. Reid. i J
the well known clotbler In the, J
middle west, the name of the Key. |J
Mr Walker ls well known and he Is IT
ual'versally respected both as a cler-
gyman and cltlten.     One of Mr. W M- J ....
kefs    eons la a Judge    In his home        g^tti*    ..
state, while another of hla family is        Ti|Coina
at  nresent   the  prosecuting  attorney ,T ^_^^^^^^^^^^^^
tot the U. 8. Railway Commieekm.       ^ m + + + + + + + + + +a +
Aberdeen
Spokane
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THE   DAILY   V'WS,
FRIDAY,  JUN!    ,v
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE  LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line   and   V.   V.   and E.   Cloverdale to   Sumas   ..ailway.
KKITIa.ll li.V_���M__M        LOTE.I UK I aKMIKS
ORDERS AMERICA- BEEF     AT SEATTLE EXPOSITION
VAUDEVILLE OPENS
HERE 0.*. MONDAY
Seali i tenders ��������� : v
d ��� signed and end        .    I ���;.
1'. -1   . ifflc.   and I
Ladysmith,   B   t'    I
will  l...  ree Ived   unl 11    4   10
Monda*.. Jun. ���-
mentioned.     Tenders will noi be ,un
sidi r.-ai unh Bt mad.   upon and h
The   War   Departnient   Will   Purchase   0�� -  I       Travelling    in    Special     Cars
One   Miliicn   Pounds���Rigid   In- G ef   Some  Instruction on  Ag
spec.ion.
nculture.
Manager    Andenon   Announces   First
class   B.il  for  Night  of   Com
mencement.
��� i.    Ro ) land   Vmii .-iii.'iii  ��� o
a. ,    |-. ii   Monda . *   ��ith   ..
I (��� raudevlli.   shoe  !��� ��� o ���
i.v        e strong a. |
yellow poa can
, v,. ���   side   ��� hlh    passing   down   Unix. S. a   ,\ ���
I'li,- bead   Us
.... in,. ii���. ;   wond
ever  seen
��� in  riii.
oil and 1 rsmtng a
.. i .     nd ai     old .   .
illl,  and will
\ ���   ;    ���
'i   COlum ���: I I one    N
���
I .,1      \I        . ��� ��
���
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n. Kalf--
���
\\ Inl
With a
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���
are to i
Lburnr.
FLOUR !
IV C
Pany,
IMPtHIAL
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL
TERMINAL
HINDOO   FLOUR
FLOUR
07 _ ��� per Bbl
V Ti per Bbl
I per Bbi
%l M per  Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT   STREET
.'l.iil'll   NM' 1 I ! D Mi
i
ti
**
���
Bell  Can tai ���     Publl    Building, Lady-
Minili. n   C., and ai  the Departmenl
ol Public Works, Ottawa
in  order,
NAPOLB. IN TESSTEI.
B
i>. -. artmeat ol Public w
wa   Maj   VI   19  ���
_T ~B
cordanc.   with    the    conditions  - and ov. ��� n
:   ned in forms I u nlsh. \       Depart By a cable from thi
n - nt don   \\.,.-   i itfl.,-:..,. e fee be Alaska-Yuk.
Plans  and    speclOi daj  order. I & clflc.
.en on    application    to  Mr   R Co one million pounds ol , ��� .
ed  ���  el       - mi d  v..      - P
ol   Bis  Mv-.-t. *    .  ��� ��� ���
ond to be n
....... :   ���
-   -.  Bin. I, ��� ...
v   :: . I     ���'     W( . . ���       . * -     .,      :
sion was heard o.lng pictures i
It follow - ��� ' a dally.   O        ���        I    ������   -
.... pai kli ���  ���   . ��� f   exhl
.   . on nu;  ��� .      ��� Pacll
.then ��� surge,
and chemists ��� ��� I F. Vt    Tha     ���     �� .a*.
meet < snnlng        .--!'��������� ar.
,-,i   ��� -. workers now bi
and la     ��� , ���   -       ���
i-
ESu-ly  I they   l ��� :
lo I -      rnei      .-, :        '*'������ ���   ��� .
for tare,- million        ad to tbe fa :   t| i
 :      -    . ��� ���     ���
of M                   \* . ��� *   .    ���        . a exl     ta at
by tb.                    ol tod                           ���                 ��� .-.--.
	
train I ...    v.
��� - oat m
��� ��� ,- of
- . ���
AT   THE   HOTELS
Rus.e ;   Hotel.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
TARMLANDl
SPECIALISTS.
Pretty Parasols
A   FEW   MORE   '-y   THE
15c
SIZE   JUST   ARRIVED.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
6.5  Ce u��� t i street.
ARMED   MEN   CAPTURE
CITY S   WATER   SUPPLY
��� ��� _____
Btl . WtFE   OF   HOMESTEADER
tor   ��� MAKES   TERRIBLE   JOURNEY
-. ���     r,  of   thi 	
S|     .-  wnter  system,    opened tr..       I - -   *:i -   \   ..--,.   ��>
- ��� -. Plki �� Pea* i  ���*�� a .... troto
on gallons  of  wat. ...:������
.-...,    - -.-..-- ������ v;i_   ��.-.:,   arltb   ta
r- eld ���   *
ed
���
-
  tb>
)ut finally escape, and t.i-phon ex  summers.
*   dtj   tor    help       Sherlfl ���-���-.-,;..   n. ������
���a Ith ..   . -       ���  ������ ������              eat them aa foot t<
M   ni��*ans to
water    - . ,  .     *.--    i    ��� i i :��� were band
S -   .      ad   the  ���'*-���,���   Creek la a 11
cased on the dopee of PU ���       ���      sol      r    E. B. C  .,._   ���
!'���                iputea over thei             ��� f the  .*'.*���
���   friction    ���' ���  ���     ' - '
two     ���-     It  seems tl      v   -  - ....         .             and
��� ���   this   yeai              i- ...,.-..:
Co*          *       ....      had an ...   ..-in-t mottwv *��� .
Ml.
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.
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II \       ��\ ���
J   C. Wl
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McLe< .    ���
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J    \    \ Ion tn
y   '   -.
Mr u        ewa
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H      \      M
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M. ��� -   M ��� ���
Mr  ao I M       .. A I
M    ll i.     .
J    r ��� l   ��� ���     .
It   h    K
A   ti. II
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern
provements, and six lots in
chard, between Pine and Tl
streets, facing Fourth avei
Price $8000, half cash, bai
terms. Apply McQuarrie & l' .,
Front Street.
HU11DV VEJU. FORM
Fr��sh Perk   sau��*a���� <j_My
Bett   of   Far-* ar*S   Pom.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
Mt.IUw. h   .MiIKSIIN       Columbia St.
��� ,
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED   PICTURES   -*SD   ILLUS
TRATED    SONGS     OF     THE     VERY
HIGHEST   CLASS
HOBOES   PREVENT
SER,OUS  ACCIDENT
���   ��� flv.    uiilm-  ln:>
���. .     ��� t a th*
���
���      -       - ���     ...     ���..., ��� . ���
��� ..     ���   ���
���.. ���. be *
���  ���
o drop a
.   . ������������
���   ���
PROGRAM CHANCED MONDAY.
WEDNESDAY -NO FRIDAf. SPE
CIAL     MATINEE     EACH    DAY     2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Adr-.sson���Cl* Idret.    ! :.    -Cults
J. M. COMPTO .. Manager
.1     Proo
a..      *. ���
. ��� - North.
hi
- .   i
....        WIRE   FENCE   CONDLCT.
DEATH   TO   B    ���
... - ������.	
. .       -        . . >  ' ���     ���      - -i ... ���      ���
. ���  ���   ���
ibe < '   ' "      /-,-.
t ti wbo  a
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I:   ��� ' ���
W  nflsor   Hot*
H<        Kv
J   m   Bn -J,
M . .      ���        r ...
1'   N.  -
\a.        "I        M
C   M   i ra -
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J   .'   ..    ���
u  m  r-
it.-:-.
C. 8. M ''��'
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v   ���     I ���   ������
B.  fi
M* \ ; .nnei
lead
Mlllwark
��� ,���* ....- ,
Hear] i'
I)   \   kthasoo, KUin
ASK   YOUR   GROCER   FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And se* itiel you jm
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST ARRIVED
For   W��
Bi-   ',
ik.  il.   ut _ >
C J't    C*ep%.
CM. See
you   B't
F.- :     B-*-*     fi*      '���
I    promptly
H. ,
HAI I: BROS, ic CO.
LTD.
Phena IM
1S��  COLUMBIA   STREET
P   O
ee*eeee eeeeeeooeeoeee weeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeea��o����e ��� ��� MI
\ Electric Railway Service j
it."
r
NEW WELLINGTON
CO AL|
r_nmiuu smiih. ui al
BANFF ANTHK .CITt CUL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Succ.-fpr   to
Mayers i. P-eston
OMm, Front  St.,  Foot of S'xth.
P. O. Box 3-��5. Pnone 105.
-
���-���'":'
���u ��� >
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���/ace   Phone tSh      Barn 'Pbone 137
Columbia  Streel
Bsgg-nse   dfrllvrred    promptly   to
say  part of the dty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE ��� TRAM  DEPOT
���<*_i   hlr.
'
'
I
a
���
���1 ���
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K'�� :
new.   mer  .!. I   n<v
....
To Enlarge W��Hsn(_ C--J
Bt.  I ��� -..    .i      \
il-**,. ' ' -i-i  On. rt'-
-
��� ��� ��� - i-i-- lag     th .
.    :
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���    tbi    v ��� ���
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- ���
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it   th.
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���  ���
Interurban   L.ni.
i in   '���    v laeoaini  aoi   *sj
��� ��������:.,c.   *;i   : -.a every   -��if
hour   fr |   a   m     Ij..:
car  W-atr-  at  11   p   m
Iji��-   rr  .
i��are�� Vaacoaver at
Can   !������<   :h��.    4+1*4    ���
tweaty       -. .   -   I -    oth
���j limit* orrr tbe
-.   Has
C.tjr    L'nr I    ',  ��     -  .   ���
I ���  oa ths - tat, tat i
-, -.   ��r>-   gai  r ������
sfi-r   i ..it.rn niinit Bl  '   -
Sapp. rton   Lne:    Can
at ttea ii taetas ��!������ i
.��'  ar, I r" ���
thi-   hour.   rom:n��-��i*in��
a   m
Sunday  aerv,c�� k
��� * ��� . n I  30 a   ni   ar. !
��� f-riti��.h Columbia Clectrfc Ry. Co.,W t
* ___
eeeeeeeee��eeeeeeeeeeeeee����eeeeee����eeeeeeeee-ee�� *******
ALL
VLSTRAL1ANS
MUST    UNDERGO   TRAINING
TIME   TABLE
S. S. Kerland
L��ave  Langley   A;   ���  ���    am;   arrive
at  IVr:  H_-��� ..  al I '..'. am. arriv. at j
Mr^dain   Landing   at   .  30   a.m.;   a.- |
rne at Bammond at I 40 a.m.; ar:t��
at  Per-. K. ..> al am.; arrive ai
S't*��  Westminster at 1 o .30 am
L_.ve N.w WeetBllnetST a: t:00 p.-
tr. arrire ai Port Kells at 5:30 pm.:
a-riv* at Hammond at d .00 pm.; ar
r.rm at Mr Adams Ijkndinft at 6 15 p m
arr',��e a: Port Haney at 6 Ofl pm.; ar
ri ve st IiAnpley at 7 00 ftn
Lsaving   B.   A.   K.   Wha-f.   dally   ���>
ctpi Saturday.
Bargain Sale
CHILDREN'S   AND   LADIES'
Hats and Mil'
linery
THE LATEST STYLES ALL GOING
AT A PEDLCED PRICE.
ell ���
'��� i   ��� ��� *.-    ���    .     u
i-   . ���   - ' .-���'-.
tO        . ;        ...
���' ��� ���..      m oec.
v   ' ��� .
'*-  and  to eiien.l
M     P-xtoa   woald  ������
-.  ������ arine * '������    ���
at   one   un,j officered  i j   \ ��ti
i
-.-  and   shipyards
-
* policy of -h,
*      '    ' lb     ���   :n.!.-d  ,���:.
- o ������--������  -'! '
"' the i     ���-.--���  .,i   .       .
I    ������  ���
) P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they have'taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
Connor and McQuarrie
,     281 C0LUM6IA  STREET.
Kings  Doc'Or Ca' ed  Home
' aa 24-���1
-  *   '     thai  Dl   "tt   wh., -'wax.
Bdwaid when i  _
��� ��� *     M      ��� ���      d    i
��� ���      ��� ,    noira wi
b
ir
P.   BURNS   & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
LTD.
C    E. TRAVES
Manager.
COLUMBIA    STREET      PHONE    1 FRIDAY,  JUNE  ..,   ..-y.
NEW
Summer and Autumn Goods
for   Ladies  and  Gentlemen
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE   S_V_N.
English Watchmaker
FLEETS WILL  MEET   IN
MIMIC   WARFARE
��� :i  Una
,    IS till
of
from $"i2./-
Dtl
WING   YUEN
1. ill:
i   Wo 4   C
and    McU
F- CRAKE
rune 24    The mobilization
t,      the   WWlia!
.
Ill
now   mal wa
ctlvi
.:     lood  to
!   in   ii
-
li       i  ���
M-IiV-
I
SHOWS ONE MILLION
DOLLARS IN BULLION
)�� rvEm'Ss TIT 1���i*W_l_i ta���fc �����_�����
:as "ROBIN HOOD'-the Flour that is Different-
in your hom       ?   You should start now.
ieen usei
Don t put off trying this wonderful new flour.
V   ���
��� ���  ��� i ,
i.t use
���    v   ���
I
-J   Exhibit   at    A.-Y.-P.    Exposition
Attracts Immense Crowds���More
Wealth Arrives.
lune 24
..   -...i> i .
o
- ood
:
-
��� 1 . r   K
E. Vi. ...    up   n  V
1 :.. ri. Ker-
oot,  .'. bo : ��� In charge of i.n,- expo I
��� ���
��� ntlon to
���   -
of Unci.   -  ���
���
Yvk   nf!.
���   openii
-
WE    ARE
VZB13SBt-t>
READY   TO
SHOW
/' )
9
you how it is . ... ��� , buy our
! i. b ���:,.*     i...111 ling     matertaia
than it is io , ��� ni.- poor-
kind in point    t^
ilit   ..im our mate-
_ai .aira.
��� bera
u-,ii r.   sli - all tb ��� time
I mi  of our
-
II ���   '
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd,
[Form No    -
LAND ACT.
I Form  No   9
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice
[..-���'      Rangi
Form of Notice.
e On Dlsti inge One.
��� 0   B. Anderson, of     Tak, lamei Watson, ol
��� iver, B. C, jeweler, Vancouver, B. I     occupation, farmer,
io:. ������> in ���       to ..   ;. : mis  on to par
tite    toi described .   the following described lands:
Commencing ai   i pom   planted on
:i :'   the   Qortheasi   sho;     ol    Owl  island.
, vi north --��� '������       Is   Dat. I J ine 6tl    I     -       .pprying for
lone 4*h,  190 '-.;:..��� 160 acre*
��� ��� for the whole Island
��� ���
���    . 00.    Most ol
from Alaska and I  ��� d Ier-
or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  ri    il.   FORD,  Agent
I. tted J me ;'b, 1909.
-   Ol   ��� ==
JAMES   WATSON,
Per ri.  a.  FORD, Agent
Dined June 6th,  1909.
i   .    m id    o|       ���   ��� ��� ii
uewesi  in
'
:,      in   ��� .
...      ||
...     in |
���
"ROBIN HOOD' Float :        ��� re   used It ln Canada
Don't I
���    ft   v   -ROBIN    HOOO'
SanUI ��� ,| ,;,,.,���,���,      ||   t th, fine,.
loaf your husband. ye_r children et ,ou  yourself  can eat.
M,.-.   '.'   ���   ��� ROBIN HOOO .-.:���      ..  po ;-1V(.  guar-
���nj . after        bave b iked twice
���'     ' md   .-ir money.     Could we show
_.   a ���  ���     ��� ROBIN  HOUU     r*: vr"
.'lv,   'ROBIN  HOOD' r'i.vir a !|r  uinl   and  don',   forge,   to  OOt_  the
"���'������ with other !'.���   ���
"ROBIN HOOD" flour is the flour that is making
a sensation
in
we
stern
Canada.   All over the west it
is being b
ilk.
Ml
about.
The question neighbors are
asking todi
ty
is:
"Aro
you using that
new ROBIN
HOOD FLOUR?"
CHARGES AGAINST JAP
ARE NOT SUSTAINED
Van. ���  ������       Inn.     24    B. -.
cl urges of bavlng been connected with
i   . Ii  traff_r in J ipan Be women pre
f.   red   agalns.   K    Hlrade,   vice-pres
Form of Notice.
District of Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of 1
Vanoouver,,    B.    <_'., occupation,  I
[Form  No.  'J.]
LAND  ACT.
Ident  of  the   American-Oriental   Bank intends to apply for pen:..-- on to pur-
[Form   N
LAND ACT.
Form of  Notice.
District ot  Coast   Range One.
Take uoiice that Bergeta Anderson,
of  Vancouver, B. C., occupation, lady,
la to apply for permiasl n to purchase the following described Uuius:
loi ri, attle: In-"mean's" of h is ~ cou_ -V. chase the following'.- *   I ed lan'da: I    Commencing  at   a posj   Planted   in
-  have not been sustained.   Hlrade     Commencing  at  a po-t  planted on the bay at northwest corner of Maud
U free to return to the United Sta-.es.  the north shore of Klaoltais i*Und, s  Wand^  Jbe largest  island  in   the���   tn-
Thhj   was   the   finding  todav   of   a jamall island  south of Turner island. '��� :a.*i  group.      Dated  June Mh   !.��>_..
al  board of inquiry of the local  Dated  Jun.  6th,   1909.    Applying  for Applying  for  the  whole  island,
I -..�����*!   States   immigration   officials,  the  whole  island,    40  acres  more Or  taming  bO  acres  more  or  less.
The  Inveetlgadon  baa    eon   in pro-'less. BERGETA ANisdBSON,
for nearly a fortnight. DORA ANDSStSON Pen S.  a.  FORD, Agent.
Mr    Hlrade  will  return   to   Beattle Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent Dated June 6th, 1909.
this   Lfternoon.    He declares that he]    Elated June 6th, 1909. '
h, een the victim of a conspiracy '
and will seek ..dress in the courts.
It in i .*s*.':,H- that criminal prosecu-
ti ��� 18 for perjury and Suits for dam-
at* win be Instituted against the
parties who -Ought to prevent him
re .ning to Seattle
con
form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
[Form No   9.]
LAND ACT.
BRODEUR   MAY   NOT   GO
TO   IMPERIAL CONFERENCE
Form of Notice.
Form of Notice. District of Coast  Range One.
District of Coast Range One. Take notice that    Frank Jacobean.
Tak-   notice   that   John    OUen,   oi of  Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation, far-
Vancouver. B. a, occupation, farmer, mer, intends to apply for ."nui-_->n
intends   to   apply   for   permission
purchase    the    following
lands:
Commencing  at
'bay at northwest.
island.     Dated   June   6th, 1909.    Ap-
Ottawa,  June  -4���There  is a poss-
that   Hon    L   P.   Brod-ur   may
i,. '  be able to go to England to at.
���.end   the   imperial  naval  conference,   Plying for the whole island, contain-
owing   to   Un.   eoo|_Jnu-l   '.lin*t_S ,ut ;ing 200 acres  more or less.
io'to  purchase   the  following  described
described '-ands: .
Commencing  at  a  post  planted   in
a small bay on north shore of Bend
lines*
Str  Fr
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
JOHN 0L8SN,
Per  S.   H.  FORD,  Agent
Dated June 6th.  1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
I.ever Prnthers, Toronto wfll send vou ���
free  a  Kike  of   their   fan-mis   Plan toi
. ..,..   co;..*.  if   you mention   this  on per. '
Madame Brudeur. He: and Sr _red
f-rick Borden, the Canadian representatives, are due to sail on June 25.
It has been suggested lh;it K would
have been a gracious thing if the Oa.
:. ulian government had adopted the
| .i-i of Australia and asked '-he op-
poattion  to send a representative to
tbe conference in order to show the Form of Notice.
unanimity of Caaada on the question      District of Coast  Range One.
of imperial  defence,  and   the  govern-      Take   notice   that   r^   jacobson
ment organ in Ottawa has suggested U Vancouver.  B.  C.  occupation   far
vi..'   R.  L   Borden,   eader of the op-,nM?r   intends to apply for permission
position, who will Ire in Europe whll"
ihe conference is In progress, should 1 [^jd-
bS ask*-cl to be present    However. Mr.
Borden leavea tomorrow fo,   F.imi.uid
without the invitation
a   post   planted  in
corner of Davies island. Dated June ���>'-_, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing -0 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent,
Dated June 6th,  1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice that  Adolph  O.   Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends  to  apply  for  permission  to purchase    the    following de-
purchase  the  following  described |aorlbed lands:
Commencing  at  a po_t planted  on
Commencing  at  a  post  planted onl^e north shore of Crib isiand.    Dated
the BOBtheaa. shore in a small bay on jj__ne 6th,    1909.      Applying    for the
Compton   island.     Dated   June   tth, |whole island,    containing    90    acres
1909.     Applying 'or the whole island,
containing SO acres mor* or less
RALPH   JACOBSON
Pec S.   a.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June ath, _...'.
more or less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th.  1909.
LAND   REGI3TR/  ACT.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Take notice,    that    an  appltcat.on
has been made to register Peter Hen-
Iderson as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the Reeve
t 7a.ob   .acobson- and clerk of Surrey, to The ,OW*
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
tion  of the  Township or  District of
.Surrey, __a_iug date tbe  31st day ot
December, *V D.. 1901, of all and sin-
! gular  that  certain  parcel  or  tract of
land and premise, situate, lying and
being in the District of    New West-
iminster,  in  the  Province of     British
I Columbia,   more     particularly   known
land  described  as     Lots  3  and  4, of
I Block 4, being part of Lots 7 and S,
Group 2. Map 456;   Lot 7 of  Block 4,
being part of Lots 7 and S. t.roup 2;
ILot 9, ot Block 4. being part of Lois
17 and S, G-oup 2.
Y,.u and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue
of any  unregistered Instruaient, and
Form of Notice. an   persons  claiming  any   Interest   in
District  of Coast   Range One. the said land by descent, whose title
Take   notice   that   Albert   Hunt.   Ol Is not registered under the  provisions
Vanoouver,  B.  C .  occupation   farmer, of   the  "Land   Registry   Act."  are  re-
latends    to ayply    lor permission to quired to contest ths claim of ths tax
purchase     the     following     doeCrtbed purchaser within fony-flve days from
lands: ��he date of the first publication of tbia
Commencing  at   a  post  planted   in notice upon you, aud In default of a
bay   on  north  Shore  Of   KSea  island, caveat or certificate of Us pendens be-
one  of   tbS   Audi ison   group.     Dated lng filed within such period, or ln de-
June   6th,   1908.       Applying   for   the fault   of   redemption   before   reglstra-
of Vancouver. B C. occupation, car-
peater, intends '-o apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated, June 4th. 1909. Applying (or
the whole island, containing 80 acres
more or lees.
JACOB   JACOBS'IN.
Per  8.   11   FORD. Agent.
Dated June  4th.   1909.
[Form No   9 ]
LAND ACT.
whole   Island,    containing     100   ac.es
more or less.
ALBERT HUNT.
Per  S.   H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th. 1909.
I Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
ot
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Tak,. notice that John Johnson
Vancouver. B. C, occupation, salesman, int,uds to apply for permission
to purchase tha following described
land*:
Commencing at s post plant.'i on
the north show of John island, an Island between Kees Island and Davies
Island. Dated, June 6th, 1909. Applying for ihe whole Island,-con'am
lng 6o  ives more or less.
JOHN   JOHNSON.
Par S   a. FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
tion, you and each of you will be forever -estopped and debarred from petting up any claim to or ln respect of
the said land, and I shall register
Peter Henderson as owner thereof In
fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for thirty flays In
a daily newspaper published In New
Westminster, will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at Uiv Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster. Province of British
Columbia, this 3rd day of May, A. U.,
1909,
C. 8. KEITH,
District   Registrar.
To Yuk Chee, Chew ding Kap.
John J. Weir.
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY.   ._���
The Daily News
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DAY. JUNE 25, '
PER CAPITA DEBT FALLACY.
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Th.   per capita debt <
no        tical i ea* lng      I
of th.     lea grows
I ��� ��� -     act,  a
del -  | reenpposee a payment
future      It U
of an    - Hg ���* --n    that    m :-
i     . -.   .- ��� ���-..- per od      . bl ��� riew
leads to a oonaideradoo of as* is    It
r    ���   admitted  "hat  everj   .-.vi  ln
Cana . >te for a  proportion of
th- public debt, v. most    ��� ���   i know-
ledged  th n eierj   person
ha.-. .,  \-sU_ mieres:   r. ;_���    .*-���   -    :
Canada
Apply   the   practical  test  of  ���   -
day commercial    :;'��� . .     .-.,- Lhe
Dominion balanoe sheet      The ..
debt of Canada .- i .   ��� r $45
per head of *.he population       So far
. . -��� od       N��� -   '        ,-.-_���-
a*-  v   ,;.        ..   .. , _. .. * it:.
whi h to discharge I lilty?
Tbia i* the broad question       Ina.
touch a-s the        - - rtj   nd-
v_j       the    - -  ��� tent   i   u   the  ; -
Sre      "V a deb! of  In     I :.
ate slxe, It woqW be eaiiafactorj Us
arrv. a* certain result, -.- Bern tin-
Ung    ���  ������    bahtnc      -��� --   .
When   "   -���   ; : :.     -     ���   I.::.-:.*      _::.���
into   powei a   ..mp.-.r am
Wit]   vie balance sheet    f Marol
T.        -:. only    - -.-...-i-iately,
boi It will serve I tatrate the con-
*���   tion  advanced '..
Tr. reai ..      -      ��  con
veyed - '.ers is
-   .- rn   ��� *-.'   have
b. _ Inq -       .- _.   ��� ���   wftl
lh�� res a bur
den ..
ci-*-* of the pea
To : .- - -
. lag  aad not
tai one. let us face thi - - -.* on and
aesui -  *ha*.  tht   time ��ne  to
disc: . _
- ��� As the deb. was cmtracted
fey ' -;���������������.���*;���-
ol ��� e scat   the '���*-'
.  . ���    -   I*  -��� * ���  -
D ��� ���   ��� ate does not eas
- -    -        ',-i
then  wf._id  there  be  a  penoaa]    I
t- assuming that the -*.-'���-
���" asses -   - - i
- -    ��� as
Bd the id.
i
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. '.uon_  ar>- Re
-    d
���    ���
f a debt
In       . - ��� v
a mv
but   th.
mined by the ��� ach
financial
md in th.   dlf-
���tn.I   th>.-
The questions to ,1 i ��� ,j are:
What   was  tha   per  cap ta  indebted
n.ss   m   '896,  when   Liberals  assurred
power?
What were the National asse.s in
1896?
What is the per capita indebtedness
in  1909?
What .ire th. national assets in
1909.
In discussing this subjeci no se-
i otmi i* vik.'ii ol Indli Idual asw ta or
liabilities, bul onl) such asaeta ns
li l..ng to the siato,
In 1896, ti..- p.-. capita Ind. t. dneaa
a ... |B0 Si The public debi was
$868,497,482,
To  arrive  nt   tin    iv.      :  ,    :v;��� I     10
is  somewhat   illflk uli   In  oonee-
ii��� nv- of -lie i.u-t thai the greai weet
waa not opened up and land wegi of
v.i,.   urea'   Ink',   was   of UttJe   valuf*.
and  un. .il-                n ���"��� th tn   woald
. ...   the laxet      li l<   bu   im-s
n harbors and rti ��� a had  been
i .-: h : _n�� ���   ���         . ��� ipros
'.. ::    canals,
\ ���:.,-.-..   .:      ��� ,n i    upon
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n
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In ' ���
The who!,, of    the ���-
and ooaj *    ,.kj |���
addlti   .   . ana la        .. -i   a.-,,
an ������'     I
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LIFE   AND   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE.
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D
I'   you   are   looking  fer   ��C"    tl
dent let n-e atk you to laveetlgatc
���   i am i -ent      There ii
If  >ou    ��� .:   for   ..   i
every pen >  .
r.       provide  a  weak y  indemnity   In  cat*  of
advant ijes of  the  Employer,'   Lub.
,  nothing betti
'   r   ,   ,/r famll)    -1  ca*e of  death,   o-     '    ,    .
j!   onr     ��� ,e��   in   The   I
society    ,   As- , ,    or   15  Snd  20  payment life poVc'es.
,
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
  __________________________���<* ri or has re<-.ntb^H|
s_-___________________^^^^l^H!
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Dupont   Block.  Colurrtia   ttrer:
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Who is Ma
GET THE HAB.T-
Special Friday and Saturday
Y vr   * IS
In wti t hall
Come ear .   sad *.a_e your ;    -
The  Fair
v Columbia Street.
tsh and s-    '.   ��� ���'���.' ss::,.
Sutt'ii   -
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Royal Studio
.VEST MINSTER    B    C
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Our   S'j  ri    t't    "-'.      La-�� "'.    j  .       ���        Tmt
And  yOu   atn   tte   ;_���!   h0w    yO--r     lul    arfH    loo*     b��'
'-��     lhal   you   mu_t   Ou,   It      Vju   ht'r   '.:   ir-ji-   *  mH  a"d
,1    don't   you *
We   can   show   y��u  noi   one   ����.l  but   a   "*undr��(_
We   can   a SS   show   y<-u   <-*ji    MM        tJi.��    yOu   mOrvey.
.      00   buys    a    good   SiiM   fro��-   wi #(   d   - I   Ml    ���
���only   to   look
Todays Shoe Prices at
JOHNS TON'Si
REID & CO.
PROPER CLOTHES POR MEN
STORE   CLOSED   SATURDAY      AFTERSvO .     FOR     L*::
MUTCH
��.<> I    COLUMBIA    SH.lt   I .
Men's Shoes
M-'-n's   Amen.-.-.r.   msd��   phoes   tans.
ad oaWooda;   regnlar   IS
for
��3C- A  PAIR
M   - SB 1    01
made   ��� ��� Idoa
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TODAY'S   PRICE,   VI.25.
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'.    -he kind Oiat
$250 A  PAIR.
M- -,       H ,-a g c ,rv -.   ���
. irl  ��� ������>,!.
$1 50 A  PAIR.
Ladies' Shoes
���.   tan     . sfoflda,  a  I
slvx-. only llm    ���
|175  PAIR.
.. tad  white  *
i*  *'ioes
9175  A   PAIR
.n      .      mtords,  a
|1.75  A   PAIR
_.     elaatSe froat      . -
95c  A   PAIR
. Ilea' regui,    i.       whii
Is,   made  with   '   I   I
���   In. -1-
|!.50 A   PAIR.
Children's Shoes
. 'hi dr ..n's wn.'.   can TBI
60c TO $1 00
M --��� *    (I .'".    ���'   .;
11  to ���-'. for
85c   A   PAIR.
t'lilldr. r.
��� ���   . ���   made.
11 00   91.25 ano $1 50 A  PAIR.
��8       SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOE.S
Week   Beginning
June 28
High-Class  Vaudeville  and   Moving  Pictures.
BEARD A MERDY
��� .
TAMING A HUSBAND
�� pan
AERIAL  SERPENT   Nl   D'
11.    M ..!
ED    MARLOW!
Ths:
MADAME    KA
\   li,
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday.    Change of P. ^an1
Monday and  Thursday.    Lower  Floor 25c, Balconv 2 0c
Gallery 15c.
Curtain rises at 2:15 and 8:15 P. M��
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sign of the Big Electrir Boot.
New Westminster, R. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE    HOUSE    IN   R   c.
It. ; 3J
+++++++++++++**+++++++++++
4*4*44
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Store j
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EYES TESTED FREE. j FRIDAY, JUNE  . .
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE _1VB.
THE
T. H. Smith
Cash Store
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Cash Store
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M     I /.CEPT   B/
SPH.IAI IMIOCtlNIS IN
Wiiite
artm
Big Price Cuts on Ladies' Under
wear.
THESE    ATTRACT   .1.      p EG IAI    PRirr^
*���     iL* '      AT   ���E        COMMENCEMENT     OF     THE
WARM   SEASON   AND p   5UCh   l.   -��t   DESIRAB,L|Ty    CAN    SCARCELy    FAIL   T0
-LATE   STRONG   INTEREST        AtLLADIE ���_   DAINTY WHITEWEAR.     AND      HERE     ISA
jMANC*   TO   POSSESS   all   YOU   REQUIRE   *T   A'.   ENORMOUS   REDUCTION.     ALL   GARMENTS
Ml   NEW   AND   FRESH.   '.    -   v     ,bED  QR   W|LE0   ANQ  |f    y()u   wquld   L|Kf   sqme   CHARf.
NQ   LINGERIE   THIS   IS   YOUR   OPPORTUNITY.       THIS   IS   NOT     A     QUESTION     OF        MAKING
MONEY:   IT  IS A  STOCK  REDUCING   PROPOSITION SEE    OUR   WINDOW   DISPLAY.
WOMEN a
I
 2*
���A,,-. -, .'. I US    good   qua!-
��Uj ���-.   with
Hitched  hem. In
ail sire-        - -  25c
WOWS PKTTTCX>AT8: las cot-
t.-in.  French bead  with   lee]   finance
of l.t-n   wltl " '    *
wi.MKN-* DRAWERS   extra    fine
. .lllllll,-   i :    v
ettbrol'.,; -   ��� I     .              '������ v.,  lace
and Ina. rtlah    .* ���   50c
lar   *
.Ibe
women a
(Ov\ ***->
B   M  '
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,ird     ,,r
���ii
trimmed
Willi
Wl* 11
finished
all
��� :
Ri ���
$1   I"'
50c
WOMEN'S UNDBRVESTS   SV S8
bed  or    pla.n,    srltb    or  w;   '
lee ves;   evarf su,- in t'i!.'- loi     Regular -'"���'   ii��w two tor 25c
WHITK  WASH   �� _8T8
'.����� Uvelj      - -    ���         I      '���'���
trimmed: _r_sui to   ' ������ ���   '
..i-i-H.   loni oi
Rxlrs i po. 11!	
WOMEN'S BILK  UNDBRVESTS, a
������ ���,. quantity only of these dalnt.
garments,     Regnlar *i 'M sad  I-.IS
tot 75c
��1.25
w.iMl'.NS    .INK    LAV.N   P
COATS   d-'-,' fiouaoa and neai ' ;<K*
In .. i iriei     I      '������   "s1 wl I P>��^
th,. moai fastidious      B *clal  . ��'���:>*���
WOMEN'S GOWNS, In extra Bne
cambric, faai) yoke, button rront,
,,.-, k ii,,I i eevea finished with em-
brolder}   b rery neat garment   Spe-
.i,l     *1.50
THESE     ARE    JUST     A    FEW  OF  THE  SPECIALS:   WE  COULD     GO     THROUGH     THE WHOLE
STOCK  AND FEATURE EVERY   GARMENT-BUT   COME   AND SEE   FDR   YOURSELF. THIS   IS
A GENUINE OFFER  IN  THE TRUEST SENSE. ALL GOODS EXACTLY   AS   ADVERTISED AND   AT
PRICES THAT  ARE  UNDOUBTEDLY   HARD TO   REALIZE.
T. H. SIVUTH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
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discount is allowed on taxes   lu.
I    ���   ���      taae office ai     ���  ���
e will be op. ii i-.,:>.  b ������-.  ani .
i   ..- In th.  . renlng ol Monday, i n -
d ;���   and   ��� ��� :...   of  next  week.
Ho!   for   tb<��   Ladner   races.      Tbe
mer Transfer wiii leave for Lad-
n<-r at 11 o'clock Saturday, June -eJ'-h
- ad of 2 p.m.. to give any and all
an  opportealty to attend  th,- l_adner
r ces,      Do not forget the date.      *��
. . home of Mrs F. C. Myers, cor- j
n- r ..f Third avenue and Seventh I
b- eet, this afternoon will be busy* as I
th... 1-tdi-s' Aid of Sv Stephen'- j
i ch are holding their annual eale]
of work. Light refreshment- wl
b.   obtainable.
For   Style   in   Parlor   Furnitnr,.   see
:i ty shown  I y
W. E.  FALES
A  beantil il    snlta ol    B pieces for
$27.00.
\  splendid    assortment    to choose
We bave   receivi - on v-,n-
ll  of
BAMBOO  FURNITURE
en, from , 50c up
BOOk  $1.75
Corner man I as above $1.40
V   ,   ��� v.    , ROCKERS!       We
a beautv;  hardwood solid      .'���
for *2*00
Nur. tor $1.10
., k    and    satlafy  your-
The   Big   Furniture   Store
612-618 Agne.s Street, opposite Library.
UNDERTAKING   IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES. PHONE   176.
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Have a glorious Dominion Day out-
ii... a week's free trip up to Prince
K ipert and Skeena City. Enquire
of McAdam <_ Irwin, Columbia str.
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The steamer Trader arrived in port
:������ -rday from Victoria. She discharged fifteen ions of freight here, I
the greater part of it \r-iug consigned |
t. !Vni-erton Meadows aDd Port Dou '. 4
i* - It will be sen* up on th. J
��� r  Be iver today. +
Knur  hundred dollars  cash buys
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modern home one block tiom Colum-1 x
. ui street, the balance may be paid +
monthly. This house cont-uns nvej ���
rooms, bath, linen and other cu.r *
boards, fitted pantry, tiled kttcben e
veranda front and back, and nice gar- i ��4
den. Price only $18M. White, Shiles I
A; Co., 62S Columbia atreet, city.      ������ I ���
LAD I ES:
There is nothing so cool and comfortable as a pair
of White Canvas Shoes.   Just think of it���we are
selling them at $1.50 a pair.   Be sure you have a
pair for the holidays.
YOUNG   MAN:
We have the niftiest White Canvas Shoes ever
shown in this city.   Be sure you have a pair to
wear with that nice summer suit.
THE  PLACE TO  GET THEM   IS
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE RELIABLE SHOE MAN.
HOLMES  BLOCK NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
The pleasantest wa/ :o spend Saturday  ati.-rnoon  is to take  .1 river trip
��� to Steveston and back. The SS
Transfer leaves lirack-ian-Ka.v whirl
at 2 p.m. every Sa'.urday, returning
sain,  evening.      Fare    one dollar for
I the round trip. '"'
Everything is advancing steadily
for the organisation of the Westminster Libera] club, which will occupy
the pre-sent commodious premises in
ithe Daily Newa block. Next fall social and other attractions will appeal I
to the young men of the city, and for
further discussion a iiv. t ng h..s been j
��� I on July 6 to which all young
:.;  v.. -  nre invited.
White Rocfc Resort���A spKndia ;
stretch of sandy beach, rendering 1
bathing safe and ideal for children
and a.iu'.ts. Four trains daily each
way. less than one hour's ride from
city. Good water. Camping sites.
|5.00 for Season. White, Shiles &
Co.. City.
Take  ,1 free 1100-mile trip;   spend
Dominion Hay at Prince Unpen and
Skeena City. Passage, berth, m**.i!s.
everything included. Enquire of McAdam A-  Irwin. Columbia street.        **
BUY    YOUR    GROCERIES    AT
Adams & Deans
It will pay you to let us fill your orders.
... ..15c  Choice Seeded Raisins, 16 oz. pkgs
only 11.,��� 1 n 10c
.10c
Corn Starch, 2 pkgs. for
Jam, In glass bottles, per bottle ..15c
New Potatoes. 4 lbs. for 25c  Rhubarb. 3 lbs, for
Carnation Cream, 2 tins for   15c
Premium F'.our, per s.-.ck $1-S0
lT_i= is a _ooj bread flour.) Tetley's Tea, 3 lb. tins for $1.00
For s Na. 1 Ceylon Tea we recorrmend  Braid's  Best  at  50c.      Ask for
a sample.
ADAMS & DEANS,ii!?8S^!ia^^
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
BOWLING
THE (jDMFORT^*,
of A HOME_,A
In   the  Duck  Pin  leajrue  last night
the results wore as  follows;
1.       B,       3. Tot
Jones   75    st    ss 250
Day
Si.       M     in
TolaU 161
1.
Latham    ****
Moiuciih 79
168
196
3.
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Totals     ..   ..lt'7    168
1      Tonight   at   ni__   o'clock   I
Telegraph league game will be rolled
All bowleirs present at  that hour will
!>o  divided  Into  five-men   teams   for
three .mum *
P. BURNS & CO.
ill jo are truly insured if you take out fire, life and acci-
;/ ��� dent   policies in the reliable Canadian companies
ass ��� which I represent.
-_ X        The great advantage which I am able to give
in" 11 'i   t over ot^ers *n ^e matter of rates appeals to all, and
I am sure if you submit me particulars of any insurance which you may think of placing I will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
Prom this date our drivers leave.
east and west, first trip at 8:30 a.m.,
and Becdnd trip at U,:80 a.m. sharp.
All orders plseed before these hours
will be guaranteed prompt delivery,
and al) moats On time. Please be
iSiiro to send orders early
AftemOOn  delivery,   2   p.m.  and   1:30
'p.m., sharp,
P. BURNS e) CO..
I per E C. TRAVTGS, Manager.
i   June II, 1909.
ALPRED   W.   McLEOD j!
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 62
Take   a   .ree   Trip   to   Prince   Rupert
and Skeena City.
Spend  July   1*1   up  north;   a  week's
1 glorious outing, berth, meals, passage,
everything  Inoluded       Plral  sale  01
Skeena  city   lots   on     tOWOaKe,   June
30th,     Inquire ol MacAdam & Irwin.
'Columbia Btreet.
Seek  Lost  Explorers.
Copenhagen, June 24.���The govern j
meat expedition under Captain Blmar
Mlkkeli. 11. the Arctic explorer, saiW !
today aboard the Danish steamer  VI-
banta for Greenland in search of thej
todies ol lhe Krlcksen party. |
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT L05T FOUND. HEAL    ESTATE PROFESSIONAL. **-CSS. FRATEhNAL.  ETC.
If a man  had gold dollars to sell  at fifty  certs  and  did  ret   let  the  people  -       '    inythlng about it. he would not   -        any.       . ItB     t.      me people  vs' ������  '     s' '     Y
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fice. a Brinkerhoff p.ano in perfect
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terms to responsiM- party Apply
P.  0.  Box   796,  or    at  417 F-irtn
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fixtures and supplies, boeae wii
arr.ia������_-���--   wl     -     motor '
etc.     Bank merce bui
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FEED ASC 5REAKING STABLE.
;. I. MERRY & CO, PHONE AiOl.
Corner of B ack . an.-i Carnarvon
atreeta lave opened a feed and
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torn    Hiackie
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F  SH    AND    GAME.
FOR SALE ��� BLICKENSDEREER
Typewriter No '. oaly need one
year.      Cost ISO      WOl  sell cheap   -��v>_ .    \YLING   FISH.  FRUIT,
for ca_h lf taken ateoee.     Addnaea     Q . _   .-c     Beetle sc,
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at t o'clock     J��s   Tart noatt
grand    V.   C  <* hthass   ���-    ���
ROOMS TO RENT.
KV' :���:.-* :n the pythian block
to let la - : ������.- of two for light
b. us-keei a_ All    steam-hea*.ed
with    hot   ani    c*o!_    srater,     gas
: -.;_e and electric light. Terms
: :-.:_'.-: Appl) A H Fereuson.
roo **-   ���   second J
REAL   ESTATE.
white, a in__a i co.
Real  Elstate  and   lasanui ���   Agenta���
fan -er-y.
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LAND   SURVEYOR.
W   V   DRAPER,  B   C   LAND  SIR
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L.VERY   STABLE.
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STENOGRAPHY    4    T VPEWRi T ING
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
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th.     ���. re Is 00 c ��� urmr y
ge a propori .,t. ol
- :���-   wl 0  haw.- fallen  awaj   from
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Hie eours.. ,,i   hla   remarks   he
1- ember thoi.   trying da  *
on the Dyna ti ui when men who ��' 1
��n to n'i.    ,ii, .mill   li anted
to ��w. ai. man who n i\ ���-        *  ���
rard.-fioin another, I srn d 10 gambl. ;
men who hftver knew v.        -.   ,.r lv
- ��� laaraed to drink    Nol long hro
-  reading a  atatetni ni  made by
-   ..-Ki-.rw 11 an.!  ooael 1 i.iiiv,.  min b-
Dsa toa, a ho ".11 th. ra In Mi,-
Ij  .i:i> 1 of the  Klo id] k ,  run)
i*-;.7 and iv'..'*   who said thai  hardly
1 -v-lid-
Cheap Lots
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE. FULL SIZE
LOT $275. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET NICE LOT H-0.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET $.50.
REASONABLE TERMS
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Czar w   1  Vint  Pope.
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"ie Oi n. -..ill be b_
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Dominion Trust Co. \
T. R. PEARfON, Mgr.
.MONEY    TO    LOAN
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and a 'ax nn   I ���
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.htning 'h,'a1' *''  :'" f'" '���-'':
���ren   .
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found thai not 1 .       1. a
been   kiib-d onu ,   , -
Bark Wanted
OneffThousand Cords ffemlex k
Hark,  cured  for tanning"  purposes.
APPLY   AT   ONCE.
Fraser  Valley  Tannery,   Ltd.
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MEN Will. BOYCOn [SHUN, SHIN THE
PROFESSIONAL LADIES,        FATAL AUCTICN SALE
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T. J- TRAPP & CO., Limited
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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!       ber,    Lath,    Shingles,    Moulding*,    Sash,   D
Interior  Finish.     turned  Work,    Ktc.
Hsh and  Fruit  Boxes.
Large  Stock   Plain  and   Fancy  Glass.
. \RMERS ATTENTION!
Lu liber   Always  in  Stock  for  Fencing and  Draining.
:    i do.
and
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12-pound ahell which Ji
I and ��� In con th sons.
Captain Glllen. 1 ������    fron
11 ���     . ���     ��� roon
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New   Copyngh.   Fiction $1.25 and $1.50
Popular   Copyrights,   Cloth-bound       75
Popular   C.p/rights,   Paper bound 35c
English   6_    Novels 20c, 3 for 50c
Seaside   L :.rary 1_c,  2 for  25c
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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NO SAUSAGE.
AT TUB
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Ostasi     _h_h 8t sua
PMllN.     e.u
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FROM   NEW   V. t-TMINSTER.
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��� - a in on tlon
(Vedneeda-   and Friday
OLD AND USED
EVERYWHERE
E.W. GILLETT CO- LTD.
TCRONTC.
ONT.
WOMAN   FINDS   BODY
NOT    H_rl    HUSBANY'S
...     lust as she was
- the distti       .-.
of a     .a she    ��� li  ������ i '
:.-. ..   ���- in ���-.      ���   '���
day, ..i'
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Lond&ren torn Michigan City  .-aying
Jive an
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ILund itartling   discovi tne
lead i an   .*..������       v she
wna      king a ������
, .-ur.-1 at tne    ���        nd Idi ntll ��� j the
thai   .,:    _. :   tatl ,     _.  T.
e, of  Hillsdale,  Iiich, who had
killed    as;   Saturday   night   in
v    ��� i.:.-,. :. between two cars of the
B     ::   Shore  Electric  Railroad     ���
Oary, Ind.   The Moore brothers Identified their faiher's body by a r.ng on
one   of   tt���    finger.-.
The twelfth victim of the wreck
died yesterday in a hospital ia Gary
Be was  an unidentified Pole.
Market   Clerk   D. E. Mackenzie
Open   8 a. m. to fe p. m. Friday?   7 a. m. to
Phone   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for .-ale at City Market by
FRASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Keen's Stall
for
BEDDING   PLANTS
VEGETABLES,   HERBS
D
avies
8. S
on
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and  Bedding  Plants.
Monk's  Stall
Fist
tor
and  Came
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
CHINA
Bric-a-brac of all  kinds���Pickard's Painted China,
Some you see costs more, but none is any finer;
There Ifl no finer made to please my  china trade;
Designs are very fine and the goods  a-e  all  high-grade.
,  '
CHAR-BERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS FOR PICKARD'S HAND-PAINTED CHINA.
Small Accounts
POLICE  HUNT JAPANESE
THROUGH  ARIZONA  DESERT
FAMILY RESCUED FROM 	
CELLAR CF THEIR   HOME       U>s   Angeles,  June  -4 ��� Tracked   by
  immigration   offic.aU   for   two   weeks
Galveston T>-_ . June 24.���lu re- across the desolate sand, of the Ari-
moving b cyclone-wrecked house on'aoaa desert, haltering intolerable tor-
the farm of Charlea DUsoa, in Brown >.-*  from  heat,  thirst, and  hunger,
being   finally   compelled   to   kih   one
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line L
Service.
TIME TABLE
SEATTLE
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA
ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess  Victoria leaves  Van-
Statefl   couver 11  p.m.,  going direct  to  Seal-
SCSILU  a   OOOr,   Pfu,,.ni,r��
The Question
!s .^r.swered
. sda.
-   .,-   7  i_.ui
B .tarda]
as  well  .-, -ne? are welcome���
remm   yon need noi wait nntll your business
...   , .. jxirtions before
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, ,,-   sd
ED  OOULE.
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C    B   K.ister,
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Vancouver  H.
a
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bi a
... bos  cn
...jr    mon. >   her.   man
.*    f -tuns, ombrellas, ty;f*^
, M  automatic tn ��� bin-
, >s n spe. lally
Ale*. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
i 8l        Mnn on
tin- \vi.-->
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Trl   53.
ItM.  4'.'��.
Gasoline Engines
We   S.-'i   the Celebrated
PALMER  BROS."
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
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BROfl pwq
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CYl i i
QASOl ivf
ENGINES
^'.���.���;1II>!''V^,
W��4a��V
S.S. TRANSFER
_.   \, ill 1st ���-:..   i    ���   '
,. ,��� -       leave   B Bckman-Kei
��� . ..      aeefc day  aftsrnoon, si
, | ;:,t.,v. bi S pm. for Lednet
w.siii.'ini [slaad snd ��uy pons     Ba
urdnv at I i'in. rstnrnlni    to  N����
Weatmlt tati - Baturday svealai
RUNS TU STEVESTON TUESDAY!
AND SATURDAYS
Returning, lesves Westham Isiaad
,.w.,, freeb day iiioriiini*. exoept Fri
i.is ai vi ni - sad La-liH'r . *t a.m
Friday leaves westham island 6 an.
and Ladner al 6:45 a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning
leevini New Westmlastar at D am.
Tliln BOhedulS BUbject to ohsan
irlthout notice.
For fri'litlit and passenger rttsi ��P
ply to
ROBERT JARPINK.
Htaager.
t'ouutv.  the  wreckers  discoveu-d    s
storm  cellar   in  wh ch   were   Dttson ot th*".r pack burros and toe the flesh
��� v   v. te  and    their    l.-year-old for food,  two Japanese charged  with
la.i.i.ier nun,, deed than alive. being   illegally  in  the  Unite. ...   .      ,
y\:   wi ^"eka the Thai boon prl_ (mm Mexico, were driven to bay Mon- tie  daily exoept Wednesday
,2Z uV\X^iu   ^v^Tiniui- day in a box car a short distance east >    S~_.   v hanna.-leavea   vancou-.er   I
��� , ,    i -,-.-ik  ind nothing to ot  Needlee.  captured  and  taken    to   .--. uai.y for Victoria.
sei to .-.ii   toi  -I wee- ana uo.nm!, io gg   _.,nut.vS3 charlotte leaves  Van-
EmJS  M MtaUW   ff  S     The two men are supposed to have  couver.  i, am, daily, except Kriday.
; V       ,      Ll  -Ul   ..-- icrossed   the  InteruaUonal  Une     near! or Victoria.       	
.,,,',.   ...���in which wrecked their | Yuma with two veil laden pack am-1 -
home, the throe DUaona were missed \msh\
an not, and  searchers believed  th.-y  had  de-     Tha   mmlgvatlon officials a ere not,-
aertd  their   place  aud   moved   away, jried wh��_ one of th�� burn,, of  tte
.The hou��e had  been blown over at-*' J.ii>aueso wandered into Av.,lon. Ariz..
TOTAL ASSETS OVER $.1,000,000.00 covered the  storm wllar. which  waB wiih piecea of the flesh of the other
'about   tweatv   yarda  from   ihe   home,  burro tied to the saddle.
  land seatehers  knew  nothing  of  the :    After a hunt of a fortnight i��� which
.liar    The prisoners tried to several  of  the   poraeurs nearly
DO   SO   TODAY.
You  wlll recti* ��� mrteay in
all matt, r   Ini and ther,
Ib nothing iu *..;"��� ....     ' we c:
perform.
WESTMINSTER VICTORIA     ROUTE
S.S.  Trader  will  leave Victoria lor
New \Ves:niinster every Tuesday.
Leaves  New   Westminster  on   tr\-tth
nesday.
storm
lost
The Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster, B. C . Branch.
F   B   Lyle, Managrr
the surface    with their   Hves on   the  desert,   Uiv  fugi-
WEST COAST ROUTE.
their  way   to  the surface    wit! -  "n   "ie   uv*,i. S.S. Tees,
their   hands   and   sneceeded   only   m  tlves were finally run down an-1 ca[v i    f^avea Victoria 11 p-m. 1st and H'li
cuttings tunnel which afforded them  tur.-d. leach   month  for   Quatsino  and     way
mr.
AIRSHIPS FOR
CANADIAN   ARMY
;ports;   twentieth   of   each
Ahcaset, Quatetao, uape
way ports.
GOLDEN   DRtNM   FADES  AS
MANIAC'C   KEEPER  ARRIVES
month   lor
Scott   aud
I
WESTMINSTER
Iron  Works
JOHN REID. Proprietor.
twii Street,       Hew Westminster' news. ti��. Morning p��ser.
ESTABLISHED.
1891   -a__TO_
INCORPORATED
1905.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
"hrouBh (he column, of THE DA.LV
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Offlce, Eighth St
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, es-
cept Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
A.ni.
"The Milwaukee"
i
"The   Pioneer Limited,'-    St.   Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South     Weet    Limited";
Kaneae City to Chicago.
Halifax.   June   M.���W.   P.   Baldwin,
- - super ntendeat  tor   Alex-   BeU,   an-
Niw  York.    J.in    23.���The    Hotel noonced  today    that    the    Canadian
St   Regis  inanagfi    '. .inticipated a Aeordrome company at Benbraugh haa
material inetvase In i*evenuo '.ate yes- lwo   velodromes   undw  construction
terday   when   a mat,   of  >.!. 'inRiiishixl  on  -u.   Unproved   model  of  the   Silver
>;,penance engaged a Suite    >>f "isht   ]_>urt    which   aiv  to   te  sent   to   th.-
m-oiii* and said that '.ie and hi�� wife military camp at PetOWBWa as soon as
would  oooupy   them  '*ith  two   lady's competed,
nial.ls and  two valets.    The  mim  de- ���	
.si'rlbtxl himself as Haron Wurz. While! Gagged at Hooks and Eyes.
he  visitor  was  makm-. the  final ar- ;    UMsiUkm, Ohio, June 24��� Because June 1.  and July 2.
langeiiients for 'he suite an atteudane  tlis  mother provided  in  her will  that | -������
from an Insane .asylum on Long Island he should be disherited If he re-
arrived and 'ook charg*- of the caller (used to return to the Amlsh style
explaining to the hotel management of ,iross which cuius for hooks and
that he w-as Joseph Wurz. of Pitts-Lyee instead of buttons on clothing,
field. Mas- , who had escaped the day  jjey-   Yodder  killed   himself     In    his
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess   Royal,   leaves   Vancouver
une 25 aud July a.
Princess    May    leaves     Vancouver
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vanccnver
June 13 and July 3.
',efore.
FUNERAL  NOTICE.
ihom.   near here today   Several  years |
ago Yodder was sent to the state hos- ;
... _ ___  I
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Members of King Solomon Lodge,
Nc 17, A. F. and A. M., are re<juestt>d
to meet at the K. of P. hall, Sunday,
B.C. COAST  MAIL  SERVICE.
v-a.   for-  the   insane,   und   there   his I �� S8'  Quw" ��*f  J*a��efJ    Vancouver
Amish   clothing   was   reiplaced     with |June 14 and 27, and every two we.kB
garments fastening with buttons. Af-  ���
ter his return home he refused to resume the Amlsh faBhion.
thereafter
No  trains in   the ser.ee  on    any
railroad   in  the  world that  equal   lu
XjUlpment  that   of  the  Chicago, HU-1jJuJJ^fj^t*"g ^nT tor  _��� P��0^(^^X\w^��?!g^^"��"����M^  and Saturday at 7 am
waukee  & St.  Paul Railway.      Tbey IqJ attending the funeral of the late W. Iat the Prsnesa WUUard hoapltai yes-
Grafted a Leg.
Chicago. June 21���The grafting of
a section of bone from the leg Of a
lamb Into the right leg of a man waa
FRASER RIVER.
S.S. Beaver.
From  New   Westminster    Monaay,
iV.dnesday and Friday at 8 am
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thart-eay
wn anil operate their own sleeping
ind dining oars on all their trains and
clve their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. 8. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder. Por-land. Or.
Brother A. M. Fra-er.
Members  of  sister  lodges  and  sojourning  brethren are lnvlt_d to attend.
By order.
W   M
T  BROAD,
Beci-tary.
terday.    Demirl Townsend, an elevator operator, was taken to the hospital  cali or address
several   days   ago  suffering     from   a
For   reservations   and   Information
compound fracture ot the leg. The
operation wa_ decided upon rather
than amputation. Chicago surgeons
say this is the flmt time the opeartion
has freen attempted tn America.
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New WeetaalnsStr
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Paaa. Agent,
J. W. TROU*-.
General Superlnteafeat Ytotena.
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I CAMPERS*   SUPPLIES !    ^"ee Developed By Lo-
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OUR STOCK OF CAMP
STOVES. ETC. IS COMPLETE.
NOW IS THE PROPER TIME
TO   PREPARE.
fill
earn.
: Anderson & Lusby X
Preserving time
will soon be here,
and you should be
prepared for it. We
have just received
a carload of jars,
in pint, quart and
half gallon sizes.
Latest Imperial Improved Gem sealers. Prices are verv
a
low.
COLUMBIA  STREET.
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Pints
Quarts
1-2 Gal.
95c
$1.15
$1.35
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
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nu . :  Ki - .il laci
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iter club, ai thi   Bral s held bj
lit)   morn, i
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Chocolates
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PRESCRIPTION
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BABY   RINGS   FROM
LADY'S   RINGS   FROM
GENTS'   RINGS   FROM
.1.00 TO $ IM
S4..0 TO $110 00
$6.00 TO $  15.00
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JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
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For Slender Figures
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Hack Skirt), the "Military Helf Corset, C1&29
the wonderful "Bjick-Restint." Corset, and "���^��"T"1
the chic "Swan-Shape"   all for slender and medium
See our new Nemos, if you wish to know Fashion
word on the all-important subject of corset*.
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