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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Ni A   wt-TMINSTfeK.   B. C.
Ml in
���   .
pAIION IS
PLEA Of GARftfLD
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
SIXT.i!'-l?!T,'1W(1KK TWO Mf[T DEATH IN
tt Kl-M IF 111 ACCIDENT
CniLLIWALK SLOUGH
B.g   P
JUDGE CRITICIZES
METHODS Of SUITORS
MEXICAN TRADE UNITE
TO HAVE BETTER SERVICE
EXCURSION PLANNED
10 NEW BRICK WORKS
h-
. v Here Sooi
P
ing Vi "���'.    on
���������
Photo Canvassers Thrown
From Buggy and I.rowned
on Saturday Afternoon.
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Mid   ���>    ���
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Chill n a   ich "A   B .
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Bellii met
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ition I
Boldi ii an i  M were
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1 to I ������      .
���  rai k while drl    . i buggy   1
��..''-r proved to       b than ai I     < aae
Capt.   Worsn.p     Says  Ne*     St.amer--
CaUStic Comments From tho'       wi"  Replace Georgia and  Lons-
Bench in Nelems Versus1
Marshall Case.
dale���Present Vessels Stay.
Tin-    prin.      isslr led   on
Saturd i      ������ ore   Mr    I ..--.- ���    Irvin
had    sons    < i
mark   to make in girio t for
thi   defendant In Nelenw versus Mar
Khali, a.-i action toi  alii
vion in a real estate tranaact-on
In the course oi it be
a- ��� v-   to  :.���   ..   pa :.: -.
It ia ahi :.- diffli -It to
Captain   Worsnop,   Manager  0f
Canadian-Mexican     .-'-��� ,
pany, ha.-       ted   -    in
lis!   ,
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too-'-  '
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���    C       perat on
M
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era and Western States.
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��� on remark e
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��� t. aad
Hal ���      . ���   .
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ted, s .;      hav.-   ro  decide  who Is  truth! il.  and
.;��� i- i- .  in    hi.- case i thtnb
-. .untruthful."       iiv   loi !
arther ike the thai  the1 rario u pai ties    n thi
bad   made a corrupt bargain  between
in tl ,. . thi...    is do up    an    - -��� :'���.   land-
. . ������   lord   am!  oondemned    the defend
.. mt. for allotting the plaintiff, tc    ���
the a   mlsappi*. hensinn     as   to   the  actual
r pli ��� on       v     ownership of the propertj      Tb
'  ���      hi    i-   r   wa factory  feature  of  the case  was
somi ���     .     -        dies  :hat    defendant      bad    not    oounter-
r>-  i    ��� I  taken  *������ ' bim   claimed    for the sum.    |50, d..
commission.
Railway Right*.
���      -.-.. h -   lordship  reaen d  lodgment in
���     _ rived in  the action oi McDonald \s v.. V & B.
1'.    K.    Agent    Returns ' *    BaUway.   '������ ������������.������   E   Martin a   ��� ired
ber I was   ���;������������������ for the plaintiff, and Mr   MacNi        -
From Trip ThrOU_h South* '"   '     morgue     Th- two victims ol C, lor the defendant company   The
!.-���   ���   a.  .   Bre]   v    en around  question arose out of the Interpreter
- ���    the.   having  worked thai   tion of a    -a-*? in the Rail*,...  act.
I0URINLCUM
EIGHTEEN STATES r
dl.ri'-- for some iiii-
I'lalntiff  li  lessee of two lots  :-.
,lng the right-of-way of th- compan)
near  the   River  road,  on   the   B   Ine
Pleasant Trip Arranged to
Pitt Lake - Inauguration
of Plant Successful.
' >wing v. ������        .       .. . -   .
two nee    teamen will ... ,:.   . __n,, ;.
service between Vani d Sallna  A ""������ to *"v -n    '' "  t^ke Brick aaid
Cms The.   ar.- to reptoo          Un                           ".- L"'*r'1 ����� ���
��� , ,                                               operation,   fc_  J.  leader,   managing   _j-
������'��� ���       '    *������'  ;'-'l ��U1 be large       .  ���.    ^   Illil<1(.   .i:;.                   ���
ti   ��������� ��� and    better   ada;  ed   to                        ���-:..���:  Transfei          a       i part]
--   ��� ���                                                "J :<> the lake on Jane ������    The boa-.
A    reporl    Inat    this   BOmeaU.     Wen     f ! '   l"UV"   ,h��   U    C"    B    B    *;"'r'   al
��� .rniiii; at  ti   _   m    lunch
'   -     l*-to*     *     ��'���-     '   .'-     ���     ed ,..  .    ...      .oil  part.ca-
��� ���it   Mexican   ..,       of   the  ex   .    . .a. -. _.,���
���  lewhere,   and   tick)       ma]   i-    oo-
the  Loi (dale and        .-d at  Mr   Tadsa _ ogtee, Northern
Id up is denied  Crown  bank  buiidng     This is- ti   be
-' Oa who state    that   consld red   not   only   a_   a      i   ts��a*
'. ���'h'j.-i mai n        ���-...  trip Jn or-Jinan's trip, but a pleasure trip ��u.o,
d.r   to   undergo   a   general   overhaul   tor   ther.    is  no  finer   sewner.   in   .lie
Vicinity   than that of  Pi:; Lake.
The plan*, is n.. a  running lull pr<._-
thv   machinery   being   put   into
���   ���   vion  with coi:.,..:.   success   on
Taut-day.    it waa anticipated to mane
ia start  ir.  ____   when  the project was
_���/-_����� in   Aa-_./__i��   ������_>���__��    reached,  a_d  this   has   iiwi  a-ccom-
NOW IN STRONG HANDS ". f 7f sara ss-rs
dry kilns are necessary, the clay pass-
  ing directly t0 the twming kQBswttfc-
'. any manual assistance     Thr- nulk
Montreal Capitalists Secure g&KSSW?^T^cZ
Control of Big Power Com-       1 ;f' wl!1 hj" >***<*����
and   t. , .
STAVE LAKE POWER CO.
pany-To Rush Work.
Boy   True.   Caught   at    Ne'ton.
1'   i.   ,, '-- '���'..��� The I - 11 Trad.ns Icutotf of tbe Great Northern Railway
: ��� retail ���-������  iv- h <���!  km! d-fv     ������    bad ac.-u red ���':.   free-     ya: -,
a    - ���        lystematloally    robbed    am   hold   in   tbem.      Plaintiff   sough-,   -m -icanuila  Power Co.   Ltd    is  the title
' ���        v  days pa.t. and order for tbe erection of a feno   andjo{   tl._   cor,K)y;i- t,n' w_ic'h   wir   eariy
��� -  Iia i   today  Chief Ooastable Young produc- for payment of compensation. next month takeover the w
���   ' ���.���:���'. ........
��� ���    .
.
' igb ��igbteen states, and land   caught  Qrant   n-d-hand'-d     The tii\- oompsn)   proposed    to  w.-u:  I;
.  wa   remanded by the Magistral
���    ���      today
i �� i ���        ���' Deal      .-._   -     . 	
SMUGGLERS ARE PURSUED
AT THE MEXICAN BORDER
��� :   the   thief,   the   former   employee       Mr.     IfacNetll    acknowledged  that j^g^t   (/ -he >..-_v.. Lake Power Com-
inamed   Orant,   a_ed   li   <"hief   young   p alntllT wag entltleti to ��10 for dam-      nvb   a^rd^g    l0    announcement
i.. In  the  gtore  iast_   nlghi ages to l,i�� fence, but indicated that'-^j^ >t,_^,rdu        Thii company wiii
.jhave a capital.zation of go,000.000. It
the tease ran out. with the idea of u 0iicked bv Uu, millions of Montr-ai
��� uilding a d-po:  on the  property.
Chicago. May    30.���Four    men who
ar- alleged   . be mem:.  -        :..- syn-
or'ks and '<jKat* "Web smuggl-d Chinese acroes
a
��� i    ���    ��� .1
>ws as with      ' ���  rstan  -.:..
.,..:   oi   tan  port   Hounon   I u   *-.��� *   U i
San I
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v     ������-���������:
������:.,. ���     f�� r
]c.iii.-i . -... Id all thro .Kb m -
0��"---i,    L tr
���   ��� ���  ..
.   a . great .    .
' ������< ��� ��� ��� ��� : ��� ��� , ��� ���       Bi
���������    ���   ���
���
AbliHESSlVE LAWMAKING     WHOLE SETTLEMENT IS
BV SOCIAL REFORMERS     MIXED OP iN SQUABBLE
the Mexican border and brough; them
to Chicago, were brought from El
Paso, Tex., for trial, arriving yeater-
d;-.> Others are on the way r..-_
go\ eminent _ aVorneys claim that 7uo
i bil eae wer. unnggM imo ihe United States dur ag 19 fiB j this _yn-
dicate.
men. among whom are b number ot
the strongest capitalists in Canada.
Vancouver will also be represented in
the new company, tbe shareholders of
the 5vive Lake Power Company becoming owners of stock in the larger
corporation. The capitalization of
the  n-w  company  being  iarger than      St    p^.,^^       Mav   6^Tt^   ^
^rZLSL^^^^^******  S -ct  of  Old  Beuever,.
RUSSIA   MAKES  CONCESSION
TO   UNORTHODOX   BELIEVERS
b�� corres.iondingly extended and it is
the first of a series of in_;.o:tant mea.
k- I '���    Kany   Th.r_uBh_o.-g   Leg.,i,t.ve   En.   Refusal'  M   Scandmsv-an   Trusty   to  predicted ih_t iu the course oi a very ,'7"���" JLT^ nut   Int differ-1   tfrl
jctir.enti Can^e   Into   Force
KanMt On   Saturday.
i   tli,
' ���    ��� -
��� an   hfcvi    ,
���   ���
.    ���
i      ; ,   . ���
Transform      Schooi     Imto     Court
Room  Lands   H.m  m  Jail.
fe** \eai- the WSBtern Canada Power
j Company wUl _. one of the great factors of the industrial development of
[Vancouver   and   surrounding   country.
With   reference  to  the   rumor  that
ment-.
ot "-rent   | I |ne_ ���   tion. were prooedeing between
-������-������ Kani    M...   .:������    n ... Victoria   B  C    H  ���    0.���The Scan- the Btavc Laki   Power Compan.  and|���|r5-      ','' a^i,
""���   rt��ea    * .navtan   seV-leiiien:   oi   lh,-   west   arm   !lu' Klectnc   Rail
principles of religious* libert.. enunoj-
ate<l in ih,- empvor'i manifesto of
May 13, **..- adopted m the duma y.^s-
ti-r.iay
-
*a 1     .V .'.   ��� ��� . ��� '     a
-.'. ���        1_     --(
b was ver>
Saturday, th   date oi '������'���'   "!  Ouatsi"o sound  Is In  Victoria to-
tContinu.-u on  1'ai.e Bevenj
with   certain    lu-era.   am.nd-
granti-s.   -lr*rm   th,-   right    to
to   preach     The   i*w
��� filaces   the  Old   Betteverj  almost   on
the    same   footing   as    the   orthodox
church.
BBVi     I   ���    .,
: and Rtl
Among
k -
: -.
\  ���
Important oi  the
���    ���  i Btaiea, ,,< <*   la-      * icl     became eperaui
. . I Mei ���        ��� - ut and .,:   sa ���  following:
"* ' .  Farmer* ���;|   .���,,.   (,!_ji'er_    _,.   .    -., .cted Th.     \. B  Op   law   aool^b
>���'',..   ��� xhi-     .     i    o lor ll    i;--i"> in.:    :,..,- throughout  the
id. nt thai tn    ,    ....   training oi i    memlx  - In Btate, ., Oh      -       las barring ofalid
fa lands i I i*-*"   ., tils ��.f tra     -,-   ���        end lectori  in  the tb< .'.'���--  and all  boys
��� ���     CalUomla   , ,.  .;,..|;.r,K .<:   : mil ���������*>������ -n tn,. ,u,,),.,-  14 yea: -���   from the iih-s-
'   in,   e.k.--           rsrloui  railways and tbelt patrons   iijm-nger  strvtce;   ..   -.*   mskle^   It   aj
'������������' ���"������'       v.- |.  highv   regarded    by the   raiiwejr
��� .in-.   ���!..   busi   |      ,,.        artth whom     erfeci eonh-
urn   s-t   togwtnei   ,,,.n,,, u eatablltbed      The ordei  has
���I   he 1901 statutes The day.     Th. Tees brought down two .-'��� '
���,.>pv.<>ti   Is   the Bank , .  ( -..,..u_ as  prisoner- of  th,-  Ihw,
h   win  not cine iiaJ  i:;��� t9BX M witnesses ana sym-
the   l.i .   Ol June pathbters.       Ther,- are  a  lew   left   to
watch the town, but all local interest
la oantred on the squabble between
learning and justice, now tranaferred
to the capital.
li started, if there is not some local
feeling .._ck of it all, when the re-
<x>nti> .ii>pointed magistrate, Oeorge
Nordntroiu. desired to hold court and
applied to Bdward l_\auson, school
crime foi employees ol ,. printing <��- Itrmseee and poaunaster, lor  the kej
flee to smuggle ow u i   ������- e��min>|0j lhv Mhoolhouse.    The postmastei
anon 1-ue.stluns.   ,  l.i*  n-ijii'.ring man- '^ no! ,-pii^h t|lt. ije;i ot au acsdem.
rt.'u   ���'    :���"'.    a nee       alp of W.OOfl   ;uid a fund seen ol poliUcal csmpaigni to Ue a 0( iVi_rnmg being transforuied Into a
��� ������'������r to teii oiti   ,,- ,,\* r hall a million dollars oe band   statement of    reoetpta   uiui eapendi- temple of   Jnstloe, and   refused tbe
Although Um Brnjorttj ol it- men   tnree, and ,i las   making It  .-ossune jkc.y     Thomas Uatad, also a trustee,
seconded him. Evidently arguments
waxed warm betw,-.>n law aud the
representatives of Warning, iu the
course ot wh'.ch lt is alleged, Constable Borenaen was confronted with a
very material argument
hership in in the    l'nited Btate*   no .���r _t dlatrici judg_i to   i   imi  .i can
nati'tial HnM are drawn      As n prool dldata for repreeentatlv,   In oongreaa
of t ti I- ibe nexl conveotloe, two years or United States ssnatoi
.b��-''e   will  !>���> at  Toronto Other  law,-  io com., int.. effect arc
-. M.un of the delegates wer,. Beoom   ii,,^,.   providing    additional  firs  ?">���
���9 HEFFIVF NFW PHASF peeled hj  their  wives     i-hirtni; ths Iuv.ioti for schools and hotel* niaklng
WEI STANDARD
Methodist Pastor is Leaving
After Thirty Months' Hard Work
l.ei.   without  a  station  at  his own  ronton   for  Some   months    His    next
request, Rev.  F   A.  Magee   pastor ot church  was the Ween  End Metho_��.t
th.   Wesi   Knd   Methodist   chuirh, to- <*��"��� C'ty' '*'re h'S pas!oratP en,rs
io<lay.
morrow omnma-ees hU Journey to To.,    Mr   Ma<f.    u sur,--eded   by   Kev.
ronto, where he proposes spending the  j.ime_   CuIvot,. o:   Mission City.    Mr.
uext  twelve  months hading the sim- Calvert  is president of the Methodist
pl.   life. The Indifferent  state of Mrs. iconference  of  British  Columbia
Magee's heal::-.  ��as the prime motive
which Induced  Mr   Magee to seek a j
re_;iite   from   t.i.-*  arduous   labor*    as
pastor of thv West Knd church, where
he has worked unremitting.y tor the
past tw0 and a half years.    He deliv
end  his   farewell  address   yesterday
evening, dwelling on the condition ot
the church  at the present   time,  and
�����*"..,._    B^tA.en    Britain
UlKU.    S'jir.      S,_gg_.t__.     f0r
Com-      0,   p,c{f,c
ind
convention  many eotvctalnmeota and  ,;   -4 crime to Kill  American eegfces, I    tiUb led to a warrant for laatad aad [oompartng It adtantageoualj with the i
��>_ciir-:on-s    were    held.    Including  slprorldlng for n comprehensive system L gnoond demand for the key in ord.-r!condition it ��as in when he assumed \
r_n nnd s h-.Tbeo.ue p'.ni.* -.;   srarehouse receipts, establishing a u, tr) llllu for int,,-i, ring with one oflchargs, after   it   had   been    several
m.   new   onl..  0.  civil   proctgure.   making 1^  yajt,s,j-s ptace officers.       In  the'uionths    without    a     regular     pastor
CALGARY   HAS  NATURAL GAS       il ., run.- Uu  (nut tree agents to mis  :.inMWV,. t0 this  reqMSI  the  nuxup ap-JThe healthy  financial condition of the
"    * ��� ���   ���  '      ��f  rruli   trees ........
M.ll.on Cub.c  Feet
able from
repi as eni the   brand   of tm.t   n'"s (.i,r8 to have been general, and to lohnrch nnd alBllatsd societies wns also
a D_.   Nov��  Avsll    ihe.   sell,  sad   rax-nlring  all  factories  |iaV(, ,.ukb,-ac<yi    all the settlements j commented     upon.    While    particular
One  Well. and   railrvul.    lo   report   accidents   to   official- ���magistrate, cotistabi-c,    post    sti-esas was l.Ud  upon the friendl-   Ic.
the -tat.   l.ii.oi   bureau wlttun twen >   im..st,r     school
Calgarj   Maj   M    a ��;;��  "'  "���';'' ,���;;,. toUrsaftei ihey oeour
000       lUblC       fl-.*!        "1        (a""      ''V,'T' '*'   "^
'lour hours Btnrti d  last    Blghl  ai  ti."
;*eil  in  1--1-!  Oalga Tins >s un-
m nf commercial ralae,
SUSPECTS   RELEASED.
o   it   k stated taai
-,   .i   Nuvai   nlidII
'  *       Oreat  Britain    indltrsl m>w ol gas w �� .;������'.,���.:���:;.,, Men
?^8        bave been made by though Uraoea  bave  ..���.������ diM-..>er a
���      i.ui.ii. tin..ugh Am- a* th.- drills hav,. tone*������      "���,   M1,
J ' .__?*��_.   -__r r-Llf^^^^^S-l br^SlWpoUce o��� Kfiday us a sus-   ���:  ,-v,V,-,i���  th,- ,n,.,....   a,'  -.nl  :���
Who   Held   Up    Frenchman
Burnaby  Still  at  Liberty.
Xvanson  being arrested also.
Tlu   preliminary bearing took plai .
in  th,.  bar-room of  the  hotel  and  Is
described by some of those  who had
e' the good fortune to ha present as be-
ling,    more    fun than :\ barrel of mon-
WMhlngu*.     I--I-,, is new oo.,, ��._.,. ^.--."UM    MlUe.       ,.  u...n  ��h���  .,-.  aw,,,,   w The  plac  und  ...,-   mam,.-
�� Ihi.   in   ...I..,,   When ��   will  hi- drilled SS^JS^mSTmS K>!t_I "S�� M^M__irb(~ ^i-itt d50Ute���� IteW.   made  it   more   like   a   bur.esqu.
f   . r.   in   -hat   nna  n- j for.r-��k��.  *     J^��      ��l^SS that RT Bernabj   that   day,   has   been  r.   i���  a cheap  theatre than  an  incldeii,
'      ,,r-   ��.,��_ _ d_    now a     h��  depth  WlU  be easily  tsased, as well U.two other men held   In  tb
BTltlsn   th,-  no*   ���  ,__   ,, |.._    .,    liaftar   c.hwrg��v       The    police
manner,
-ard  for  th,.
W le,  l,ol? um,  UCjjUr .ban  u. gamJ^gjg|��Sgft�� th���Illw.1��� irking on an inad-
.ai     be     Ie_b,,l  the well       >, ^  ��J   ,���.,.���;,.������,,,,  description,   and   wer.   hand.-
��� American Qovei-nrnem   ei
����.. ai"'' ,,;' ���" Britain almoet to
fn i,( ''   ! u >'"' ot    British  ant
Juh   and     about
spent  on  it        The  promoters   are  all
Calgary   residents  and  arrangements i,��
>iai,i,. ouas, i��� return tare already ewrer way to glvwa gor-
m^   Amen,.,   ....r,,,,���   ....,,,-. L.-���iH demonstration ai tha m* am
,' r".
_" A'"'' '���
���I- |  !
,1'"- llm
"Vai
certllltl      U.SSU.
Hi.. Nuvai situation
I le- lUggSSUoos i"a<le
through Mr. Bryoa i''1
laid down >n an article
giHHis demons
dining  f��ir ''mv
CANNOT  MARRY CHINAMAN.
Refused
i\i\y\i by the inability of the victim
, splsln himself In Knglish. They
are still working on the cas*\ and an
___rl. arrest Is expected. The eounec-
tion between thla casv and thv one at
Hastings Is probable, and tli. police
believe lhe suuie men are coucormM
,   '��� v i-an on the Navel aitxt+-1 Authorities of ininoia Have
1"' attracted wide ������'"'" '       ,0 l,,ue *�����*���*'"-' Lic*n"-
Tti''1"'."lialiv,.  circles   lu   long'    Kiist Si   Louis,  HI.    Ma:    :"     '���'������"���
NOT  SATISFIED.
Hi
Britain    Anxious to Be    Shown That
Congo Atrocities  Have Ceased.
poll    ),;�����,   Sl
renew They wen
"ii account or tin
I   lB|loj      J"   ,l,"'l,nl��K   l'>
fie I,,,        "-.lliin..   n.ver   ecus,,   to rbrld
Pm . ;   '" 'laiiii to separate "��
111 Unit of Japan In tbe
��� lo units lhe   strength
i" iking  ia,-,. in thai
world,
:
Ihi
H.'l o|
l>>uls     last     night
accompanied by Mies ���"> land  was not satisfactory -,l8 to the
.,..,,,,  0( the almosi general  princlpssa involved,  he  said,
, cuisui ol   the oeies and Inoonolnalvs insofar m. the Quae-
,   , ���,���   ,,,',       ii   C   l.yriii. -inn  of reforms In   the new  govern-
";iV"T"';   fflta  |��_ i-cen retained ���,..,��� of the Congo wer* concerned.
',    VV      n,    .id' may    seek a ".ar-      -wh.i.  Great   Britain   wants,"  sttid
hy '''u-  ""'    ,,1V bv ,1,,, mandamus the minister, "is reports showing that
rl��W ��0����M twUj   h'                            She abuses in the Congo have C-S_ed.
route
. administration oi justice
The accused  were   committed for
trial. The two sides, those backing
Op the school and those supiKirtlng
the law, are quartered as different hotels
TOPOGRAPHIC  MAP OF
VANCOUVER ISLAND
Victoria, B. C . May 80.���A survey
bv the Dominion government Is about
to be started on Vancouver island.
The work will Include a topographic
mni> to be used as a base map upon
which the geological facts which hav_
been found and may >ltv In the future
developed can be recorded. These
maps win perve many purposes of
economic Importance in addition to
those of scientific purposes. R. H.
t'li.ipiuan and K. Chipman have re-
eantly arrived from Ottawa to start
work at an early date.
They ��r** making arrangements now
to ln*gl" work, and will Within the
next few days enter upon actual service, making Victoria their bus �����*���
lng the summer.
trustees���ending   ining winch had always existed between
'all persona connected with tin West
Hnd
AftBr le.is.ng Victoria college TO
ronto. Mr Magee's field O* USSfUlBeSB
was In the Yukon, where as a mission
ar> in the Wild regions of Dawson be
work.,1 for two yt-ars. dumtg which
1-erlod he walked or mushed over five
thousand   miles.    Later he was  as-
signed to work at Duncan, Vancouver |
island,  following  which   he w as named |
pastor of a church at Qoiden,   ll   CX,|Uvlng   her two  snd  a  half years ae
when,-  he   remained  until   about   lour j pastor  of the    West   End    Methodist
>-ears kgO, when he went  back to To- |church.
REV. F. A.  MAGEE.
He   is  leaving    Westminster
Pioneer Passes Awsy.
The funeral will take place lrom
the Odd Fellows hall this alt-iuon, |
tinder the auspices of Royal City lodge
No, S, of one of British Columbia's
oldest pioneers. James Beer. Rev.
W�� H. llai-raclough will officiate. The
pall-bearers have not >vt been selected. The deceased passed away Friday afternoon at BteTsstonj where h. (
has been preventive officer since )���
.897. The body was brought here ,���
Saturday. I*
Mr. Beer was an b-iglishmau, and ���
came to thla coast in the forties, go- +
lng to California He took pun In >
th<?. gold strike on the Fraser river, e
where he wus a member of the +
vigilance oommlttee, which was a ,���
noted institution of the early mining \ +
days. Afterward he went Into busi- U
ness. operating n Btorii on Cohmmiar^
street, this city, and also In Yale.        ^
A   Wife   ;uul one    daughter survive | +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Saturday'*  Baseball
Tacoma ..
Vancouver
Seattle , .
Aberdeen  .
Portland
Spokane .
Yesterday's Baseball
Vancouver   al   Tacoma
game, rain.
Aberdeen al Seattle.  No
rain.
Se   n|M>rt   from   Portland
No
me,
Vancouver  Lacrosse.
Regina	
Vancouver	
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thing of the value you offer them in   returr   for their n eney,      TOO   " '  u     ' lve  9��'   ,nt��  ,he  hablt of thinking that  because  we  have  been a  long ' " ���  ln  business everyone mutt  of n��ce����lty ki
M Use th.  advertis nj column, of Thr Daily  News  and  keep abreat  of the tlmSS,
FURNITURE.
Full  SA1.K    PIANO    -LMOS1   N_N\
Will -.11 f��r barga i aa 1
lng \ : Ireei P  i  Box
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Advertisements
HEAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.   ETC.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS
S VLB    FIVE FULLY
II    FALB8,   THE    I'lKM im. lOKSl E. S        PICTURE
an i Undi rtakei . -   m   m
I McKei Bl i   i,   i. i
176, n -1 li van, P. Ma
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WANTED - FIRST    CIASS     SALE8
mnn f. i   I esl   , aylng spei lalt.
on the market     .125 to .300 ;-��� "
m.. enses.     Lyon I
lor Co., Winnipeg, Man *���
.   SALE   -IMMI.I'IAI ELY,   1   I'I A
uo c n... i, 1 chl       co   l ro
 r, wash
l   set   Bai    Iron
'���
���i
lamps  Ap-
GROCLHV.
, HE   BEST   VALUE   IN  -���
,   ���   Pure Food
S Grocei     P. O. Hox 811
���    ���    i sorted
WANTED   GIRL TO -SSIST HOUSE
work     Apply   Mrs.   Dorer  betweei
;  .nd s p m.   Corner Ash Street and
Fourth   Avenue.
WANTED���AT ONCE GOOD THIRD-
class engineer for count .. Bhlngii
mill. Apply in pereon * J. G.
Robson'8 mill, Tynehead or to 1' I
784,  N-w Westminster.
WANTED���TO PURCHASE BOX OF
carpenters or millwright's tools. Apply with price and psrtlcalarB W
H. G., P. 0. Draw, r 89, Dally News
(Iffice.
731 Tw
FuK    SALE    - BPLENDIU     1.
lots  in   s.i  - ���  ' ���:    almost .
do.-,, to car Hn.   on thi
of .iv. down and $5 a i .
McGill, Phon* m '.;.  Box  I ���
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N    DH .PER    B   C.  LAND
rveyor,      ill i  : See    Wi  I
PRINTERS.
V. ESTMIN8 I ER PRI ss I'v |  .
k nd
reason v.i ��� prio      P   rn. P. (
nld   Dall]   Sea -
REAL   ESTATE.
v. III TH. SHILES .v
TAILORS.
IND MEN'S   i I
|  :   �����   Ilni   of
111      Illl'
11   Si I
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THEATRES.
A RA      HOI SE.
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WANTED TO RENT, A MODMRN
hous^. with one acre Or mor,. groun,!,
fruit tp.-s etc.. near tram 1-ne.
Will i-ir. for on year, or might
boy If price and terms are right.
Give tall -particular,, first letter. J-
W Mc.Mahan, 1517 Park drive, Vancouver, B. C.
WANTED���GIRL TO HKL. IN
general houaework. Mrs. P. La-
���ham. Third avenue and Fourth st.
WANTED���HORSE IN EXCHANGK
on piano. Address P. O. Box 7U3,
New  Wt.*.mins-.er.
WANTED���GOOD DRIVING HORSK
Apply ;o J. E Coldw.il, "The Kalr
Columbia Stre-et.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. A; ply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth Btreet
FOUND.
POUND���LADTfl GOLD CHAIN AND
cnarm.     Own.-r can have same on
FOR SALE���Twenty.five-acre farm on
Uv, '��� n.ii' - from w eatmin
;��� ������ d.i p wati :  fro
at $150 per ..��� re      This is wortn
lookli . al  as  property  clo ������
ling at % 100 not as goo md and
no wat.-r frontage Cook ,_ Rosa,
FYonl street, opi iti Market, New
VI '?t minster.
FOR   SALE��� TWn     Wi.    A    HAI-F
es of land, l . ��� are i and
I inted with fnnt trex-g on 'he
ii . . Pori Mood) road, 3 miles from
Westminster _        permam n;
water, fen ?;'���
FOR SALE ���TWENTY EIGHT-ACRE
farm land. IJ cull rated; good f-
room ho -- -i barn on Fraser
river, 60 -.-a.-;!  water fp    tags
wharf on property, 4 mil.-, from
Westminster close to railway tracK-
age, Btor ;os: office, etc, BOr
$1600 oa balance    3  vears   or
jv-.-.r,
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
C.   HAM HER.     ACOUNTANT     AND
:     Notary     Public.    Convey-
- Re. m 14, Guichon b ock, New
- Inster      i\ 11   Box 7.1.
ARCHITECTS.
OOODPELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
LAUNDRY
:   :     irai   ���
tO. _L   CITY    LAI M'RV.     ROVAt,       CH ������   ���
Av. nu    and itreel       Poi stre,
just om   we k  more *���   u'il a* ���'   TO RENT FURNISHED   SIX  ROOM
���   '      ' : modern boose,   n
air     Taki  advantage      I \ _a���-. aver ca ���     , atn
   TO   RHN.    FOURTH    si lu-inr  m.
LIVERY   STABLE. V  Third    SVeB
(���<)������ ige; rent $21
il M'KS   '     > T<)   RENT    n\ ii-R(M IM HOI  -
i ......... j. .... .   '"���'
RING   I
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P    .
turn*
FOR
Tbi
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE BCHAAKE MACHINE v.01
Umlted.   Front  street,     New   Wi  <
min.-ter.        M .n .', ,   I ir. rs   of  im
.-iw  and    shingle    mill   machini
Mill  plantu  and  specifications   ;   *
pared.
HALE BROS, a.- CO   iv ... is
ind .        .
treet. P. 0   Irawer 1
��� DISON THI
r- trail      song"
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WOODWORKING
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paying corn of  this  advertisemen-   edwIN G. W. 9AIT,  ARCHITECT
Apply News office. hon Block.    Telephone 33$
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B.  C   MONUMENTAL  WORKS. JAS
McKay,  manufacturer  and  Import
of mounmental toi      loose, bn Id
stone, etr.     Satis!...���'..>n  iviarant.. :
Columbia street, n-w Weetmlnsti -
NURSERY.
THK PRASER VALLEY NURSERil
Ltd.. Bnrnafby Lake���For benii
bomegroern frnll trees phon,- .tr,
HENRY B   N'lRSKRlKS PACU1C
Coast t. st��d seed    * plan)
w.  ���-���
��� i!    Vancouver,  and   branch   nur-
sery at South Vancouver
ABBOTT A HYDE, (V  11  C  ABBOTT
Proprietor)     Rea] estate, lasttraa a
loan�� notaries pn ������    :icer��,
���   ii.n .i
Phone   .1
SETTLERS   ASSOCIATION OF B  C
- p  8, Brows   manager, P  0  Box
$,   phone       i
TKN  ACRES,    F1VK
-
six acres
barn        Prioe    1  . -
SUBURBAN    HOMJE
L08T.
I.OST���IN OR NEAR THE POST OK-
fice. Purse containing sum oi
money, post office box key, etc.
Finder kindly communicate with H
P. O. Drawer 29, City, or to the
Daily News
MONEY TO LOAN.
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealer.-: in electrical machinery,
: \'ures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
��� tc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
PAPER   HANGING   _.   DECORATING.
I HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings it ur. v md Bai Itai.
hou-.   pain mining, i sper
!.annlni:     ar I      ll        ll I - ^^ rUl
street, New  Westminster
MILLS KK'.'.I
in����� car lin-,
t-roo
-
THREE l/'l s
an i are'. and In g u '��������� mom
hous.     -.       ��� se, wood
���l,   -leht   minuti     tro
llm    good ��       '  ��� ' '"���      i
half r��*h
Hi -DAM A-  IRWIN, ' ���       '���'���     ��  ST.
.   ��� ��� .   ���   .
ons  i ���*       ):���.. B*u_
���   ������   ne.   ���
onr list of * ��-i  >nd '
I -- s ������' .-.-hailing     o|��a.
whei ���
RESTAURANTS
PROFESSIONAL.
I    RANI     k    '   ������
tot   l��       Horns
-.��    DO urten
:a: labo -i     Opei     iy end
nlghi      o      ilte I        "ffl'-e
IKENN. 3
j    Tickets,
i i."klng
TO    LOAN���PRIVATE
L.  N.. city.
FUND;
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO LET���ROOM AND BOARD. AP-
ply 527 Carnarvon  street
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All    steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
FANCY   POULTRY.   EGGS,   ETC.
EGGS E'lR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
L' -!.' good   layers;   $2   p.-r  sit
ting of 13. Hans Voglsang. poultry
expert, 936 Keefer street, Vancouver, B   C.
WHITESIDE
rs   and   i
Columbia street, s-w Weetminstsr.
W. J. Whiteside, h   L  Edmond
a-  EDMONDS   BARRlB-lROYAL CAFE  'Mrs   Archer   pre
Icltor .. .-ck.     if. .,      rpur conrsos. consisting nl
ish.   boiled eatrse or ro*��-.
��� , .   tea, oeffss or mill
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
:   ..   >.   t     IvMlTY LODOE, NO  2-
Btiag o! '
...   V        ' J.   -        hi, ...
bla   iitr, '���'::,.      .rnini;
st   - _     Jiui   l ergui
Krai, i      f. CC atham   r-      �����
ROSE   OP    COLUMBIA  LODOE   NO
S as of Eng -rid ll S It-d
It ��� a l<"er.- meets second ��nd
I   . v> ��� ..'.   SB rib   uxinth
In  K      f P. I kgnss Streel   a:  $
l*T|-|.|- *
Wednesday    In  <_rh     ni"n ti    s��m<-
tin;,    .i- Vl��lilng
rlted      '. orgi    Bowetl
pres    If   I .��ney, fry
\   ..   t    w     PRA8ER l.i.DGK  '
n; the Sreta od   '
 ith    Visiting '
ri-n    oordlall) | 'trnd
Lodge ro       I   ��� l   11   v.
fellow Ire.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO   �����> ��� ���   I <> i
Meel   the ( ��� la   ths
h��ll   Oddl
i'H\ 11 it*, w ORDI It  OF   i m.i.���*..->
. ��� "��� ssda.
ei    In     tt.      I
Is     ��� ���  ��� ���      t. I    ���   ���    V'.
i'*. ofleid      ������..-.
BON iTLAND BENEi I r as
social of the Isles   l 'amp
Meets on i      ���    ���    .,   :  ���
: i     f .-.    . ti-onth In K  of i*
'    . ��� -rlund
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LAND   ACT
COfrv��   Land  Dttr -���
D.Hnct of Qu��en C��-Jr    ������- .-.���:
T��, B ���    i      .    ������    '    ������ -1
Vanr. llioi ���    ���
In'end-    '
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mclni at  a ��
the west h
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FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
J. 1. MERRY & CO., PHONE AJOL
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
str<-e.| Have opene<i a fee<l and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for   sal-        Reference   f;irnlshed
WALK. WHBALLER &. McQUAKRiK ���._���. --,.���u^
(F. C Wade, K. C, A. Whea.P W. STENOGRAPHY
Q McOuarrl-i. Solicitor-.. Iiari-
tr-rH. etc., 42 Lorne street ,,; . ,,..
courthouse, New WSStmll Mr,
(Phone 143), and the Vane. :rer of
flee Is at N'o ',. Royal Bank '
hers,  408  Hastings  Stre*-!  Wet4
A    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING
Gulchon bkrafe      P. 0
ROOM     '.'.
Box ���'.>.
I
arn-
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, also one fn.all on*-. Terms
reasonable. Apply 287 Victoria
street
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLINO FISH, FRUIT,
Same, Vegetables, etc. BegbU st,
opp. Wind-or  Hotel.
GEORGE   I    MARTIN   BARRISTER
ind   Soli, Itor    Onlohon   bloi I   Co
! iinbl.i    and    McKeiude   St.-    New
Westminster   B   C
CUSTOM        SKENOOItAI'llY        AND
.writing;  eepy    work, bwstnsss
tters,   ste      Prortaos   ottos, Oe
lumbla Btreel     Phone *������*
SECONDHAND   STORE
W       MYERS    ORAT,     BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notarj  Public    Curtis IWE   BUY   AND  BELL  FURNITURE
block, rlarkson Btrset, Oppo Iti   ths       and   all   ktnd��   .,f   new  and   BSOOM
Court  House       I*   o   Hm  IM    T.i- :     hand  goods       A  Si.��k.  n��-r  Train
ephone ��4 oiiirf.
L O. O. F    K<>. \i.   Cl rv    LODOE
No       |i ���-.   ,-i   '. i v.   >a ���    kali
Inmb'a Btrset, ever.  Pridnj even
lag at I o'i tool    vi��iting brechrta
..  ���-.. ,.!e  ��-;<i.me   I,    I     v.
N   O.j   C    I  0��!.ornc.   I-  Q    ������
ins secretary
fiTHF.lt    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
liclud" (he I'nlon l^-rdge. N-i 3. A
F and A M King BolomOM Lodge,
No   17. A.  F   and  AM      L O- L
No     UM;   L   O   L.  No   16_\.,   t'oi.-t
Bapperton, No ifi-1 i o f . c O
F    rourt    Wsstmlnster.    N>>
llroth-rhoo.i  of Owls,  N*��t   No   tt
notitH    OF   TRADE���NEW WBB1
miniter riosri of Trade meets in th*
-.1 room ''lly tlsll, .����� follows
Third Th'ir dn nf sseh tn'.nt:
(j'lftr tel   ���       v-e'lng      OO    U.e      mi: il
Thursday   ' Februan   Msy, August
Model Sign Works|
SIGN. SCENE AND ORN*v''-'��-
PAlNTlNG
Old News Block, Sixtl
Xt'w Westmii I
Thto. P. Younj.  P    :
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PEMSTLM1HI limi UU
mffurni-cm cw
JOSEPH   MAYERS
DnccosBoi  to
Miyfrt A P'��.'  n
��� ttict.  Front   St.,  Foot  ��l
P.  O. Bo- 345. P**1
PRINCE RUPERT
SALE COMPLETED
Over Million Dollars Realized in First Auction of
Town Lots.
Vancouver. Ma; 30 -The tii;-' sale
oi Prince Rupert Iota, and the greatest auction of real estate ever held,
ended yesterday ai noon. Such a
sale as this of over 2,000 loia in a
new townsite, which |_ a seaport und
a termlnue for a transcontinental r.in
road, a town destined ... be the centra
of a vast hitherto undeveloped region;
���*i sale in which nearly a million ami
ii .piartor of dollars were lnveated, a
sale unequalled in th* history of the
West and of the world, has OOncluded
after t l--' days with the greatest
succese,
C, D. Rand, who hn- bandied the
business both for the G T P an,i tbe
Provincial Governmenl expressed him-
i i-r.iii fui im. only to his n-sHis.taiii.fa.
whose ability nnd untiring inborn had
so helped him, bul also to the p'"
chasers and bidders, nine., quickness
and  business like conduct   had aided
in no -inall way to the speedy and unices-ful   management  ol   lh,.  sah-.     He
I   that  lotB in  ih" biiKim-Hi-    ei
tlon had fetched irell shove tbe antic
Ipated   fliru:--.   arid   tha-    line...   i���   the
lentls   parts were taken al
. i. . V .ii.
The off cial ami,;int  realiai d ls
,..-��� published, bul according to an ee-
���in. ite li peaches $1,176,975.
Mr.  Mlllei   the aucttom ei   al o ������
oeiv<d   the  many  congratulation    to
which In- . ndi a rored to reply, bul ins
von-.- bai  grown i omewbai  weal       I
bueky during the paal ii * da.      He
stated thai the sale was tbe most woo
dert ii one he had evi    heard i    and
thai   ed  evi 11 one foi   theli  ��� o oit.   ..
v<-,,,
A message nrae received trom r m
H ��� ��� President of the Grand Trunk
1 o Railway, expressing gratlfli a
tlon at the result of tbe salt
peoeoe_*-ec,*<x>*-*o*a_'-.-���->��._ o+o+o+o+o+t^+cr+Cy+r+o+o+r+r)
Cheap Lots
The Question   English WatitinAr
JUDAS.
Ugi/   Epithet   Applied   to   Ex-Premier
Deakin  in  Parliament.
M. bourne,   May  30.���Yesterdaj   in
the  Commonwealth   House of  Ri
the    proceedings
I bj   j" rsonal  altercation     oi
1    ��� ��� "i' !.'��� .i   acrimony.     Bii    w
1 ��� pefused to enter the l> akin
v   called to order for rathe  epithet   "Judas,''   which
ed to Mr Deakin on Tburs
day
Genera]     Hughes    cai  -
leclaring that li  wa    m
wh.. ai   leas,  bangi d  bin
ei'ir,
1 -.-. repsatedly rebuked the
foi   trsnsgreeeing the rules
of d'
NEAR   TENTH   STREET   AND FIFTH  AVENUE    FULL SIZE
LOT.   $375.   GOOD   TERMS
SEVENTH   AVENUE  AND  SIXTH  STREET.  NICE LOT |4.0.
CORNER  SEVENTH  AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   STHEET.   $r)-i0.
REASONABLE   TERMS
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
Where '�� bu.  (nrnlturs <hen[, ��    ���   ll
j |fL-  good,
Is Answered
I
|h>   dlrry-llng   you   lo   the   BtOlM    S      ,r
-you ean see 'i.e largest stock of new
and second ���hand iv��'d�� Of all kind* Iii
Ihe city.
1   hav.-  a  m.len.||,|   Cream  Separator
far K-nle. n"nrly new.
Com,,  nnd  k.-o how  mn.-li  mor..  JTOU
| ran   ge'   for   >-tmr     money   here   than
r-i_< where.
Ootd Wetehea for Ladles ���      t'in\
pSB    ��"'
Hi!    M��
"P n     'if
silver   Wstchss,  gants-  *,"a ���
16.00.
siiv r Watt at.. ftata'
17.50 up.
Agenl    tor   Waltbam
wnlch.'s.
\\ uch rspslrlng a apw
F. CRAKE
Two   Jnors   from   (.ro.   Ariom,.  0a**
MONEY    TO    LOAN J! AlCX. SpCCk
o#o��o��o��o��o��oo*o#o#o��o��o#oo��o#o*o��o#o#oo��o*o#o#o#o��o SECOND - HAND   STORE.
NETS TORN TO SHREDS
BY BIG SALMON RUN
Hoqutam, May 10, N rer betore
hs thi re been such a big run oi iihIi
In ths '.'Una.ill r.ver ami the IvIiaiiM
find ll liiipoHsibl,. to ki-.';, theli nets
'bar The run has been so gl B| anil
the  C-Uebes   ho  heavy   thai   new   nets
haw- been tm ii almost to shredi    J,
H.asiniin wa�� high boat -.- terday,
with a catch Of 9K0 Million Th,. day's
wurk netted hUn nearly (200
Summer Goods Mineral Waters      io  s
Aerated Waters
Repairing of    '^'ir'!'
write!     ��nd Hghl  stitomstle  i
,ry and bloydes i ipeelelt.
Alex. Spc<k
Man  M  I"*
Manufactured  by
JUST   ARRIVED
Kiadly   Hn.   material   you   want   for
suit- made lo order     |>..rfert  fit guar-
HEE CHUNG   J.  HENLEY
r. o. J. S. L_tl,n.,.j      -r* wE��r��,,NsTEfl. .. c.
OppoMte  WI minor Hotel. 'Telephone 13. Office, Eighth 8t. ,AY. MAY  31,  1909
DAILY   ..i.v.
8.
P .��_, THHI-
PHILADELPHIA IN
THROES Of STRIKE
killed, drei d shipped from the
i raine l r<       3 un(jer government
inspection] ,; Ltesatisfaction
Irui    m  v,     ... Tied Up,
Tv.     i . j (jut���Sa-
lo ��� -��; By Mayor.
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I.
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE mi.
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NEW
tor  L
1 Autumn Goods
tnd  Gentlemen
DAY
id    MUl'-l     t*    I
fit    .all  1
WING   YUEN
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Wo d,   Co.   Bloc-,
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m-'
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I' -p?r^__Sr--*��y
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OUT   OF  ORDINARY
Ik the   --   -. Floto Show*.
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Dear    Sirs- \\ i    ttav,
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In     our    tamilj     tin-    i.>-;   tWO
and fin i i; ���    - ���
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.   ��� onr; it a      eoi ks well
in _        -     . vii
no prefer it ���. nnd
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Yi tra
DONALD  McLBAM,
I 15 Hi        ���   -      . meooTi i
for a pac*a3g_ of Barley Flakes.
Ask  your  grocer
sack  of  Flour.
Recipes with each sack or   mailed on application,
this flour.
5c; a'so a 10 in
We guarantee
e
e
J    THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
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RUSSIA ANO JAPAN WILL
HAKE SEAUNG MtAlY
OSES BUTCHER KNIFE
TO CUT OFF HIS TOE.
p
owers
to
Agree
on
Plan
fo
r   P'Otec
ticn
of
Seai
Here
s���Will
Join
Other
V
.ons.
Prospector      Amputates       Extremities
A'ter   Freezing���Companions
Are   Dead.
mad_ in Canada
CRE&M
BURGLARS T.SNEL ANO
ROB  A JEWELRY
STORE
Calgary Gram Exchange.
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from ; ���   -���
-A  in       ���      nions h..
Hai,    ���    -
tays
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eporti .
.   . was making waj     n
ja ca'���: .li- -i at G    I ;  ���
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��� ' .-.is to- and  whe;.  it was
Man) ���  .i   I.ad been  rn
.... le.   1 and oaade oarai   Hi n
i 1      ��� ���      een heard of    ***���
CHEMICALLY PURE
Canadian  (io\crnmcnt tc. i."
show we bave the pares!,
and highest str.nr.th good -
Qlllett'a   is  U .d  hy   tb
b.  t Hikers and Caterers
everywhere.    Costs  no
more than tho inferior
i_ulter_ted kinds.
F. W.GILUETT CC .LTD.1
Ton-nr
.y a Rui      . ���
os   . ��� .   ���
rtned  |W I
The '������ ��� ��� - _ ��M ' -
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4 ���'-.,:        -   ��� ledsioi
I ���   "    -   - Hi
11 ree to v i , ...
,.( on   thi   a .
e.ia M I
-..   reach   Clear   Wati
riw     om   wbere be met some *
-*'���-.! him tn Kurt '*������.
MEXICAN   STATE   STARTS
ACTIVE  SANITARY CAMPAIGN
I'a.n.i.   Hexioo   Ma.   Sft.���A    lye
dirt and re-
been statted In
hall million del-
pi STOCK   OF   MUM
ICAl ',TK    PIANOS, OR
| MACHINES.   REC
ON   EASY  TERN
.  '  ��� a
i   i.   \v   Hendi ...-..- '    '<** bai
, ro- i!l"-        ���    : ndi
i   ��� . ""Owed from tin- pub
.    .  -
ovei predatory lm
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��� This is the    \
4 ii
: Opportunity
the V
which   .i Imati   e.
tleth But
J H. TODD'S
Big Music  House
Ea.tcrtrjok  Mi
'.hvir nc
A STREET.
mg
Co
mpany
FLOUR!      FLOUR
iGasoline Engines1
'���-r C��iebr��ttd
PALMtR  BROS'
M    ENGINES.
i
Imperial    . ,
Hungarian Jew��'i
Terminal    $5 00
McQuarrie & Co.' _____ 'AV
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r     is
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-
.     ���      ��� ���   .     ���   I
... ��� ���    ���       which  ei
Stati     Bng-
v
streets will  he
lewera     dli  and evi rythlng
li ��iis t>�� done to i tnturB
|i niios of smallpox  and   fever.
RESIDENTS   OF   PASADENA
FIHGT TELEPHONE COMPANY
I
<1 00 per brl
$6.50   "      "
Public  Market for Spokane.
-���        -.    Ma.   :'."    Spokani   i-    al
i, a    two-
... ..... -.
... OUI   $-''        I '"
oecn Is .ni nv ishtngton Strt ��� I
��� 1 runs through from 1' I ��� B i
,    i   \v nui -   giving _ lot 'J'.- by 110
���    ���  in slse    Local men are bai
, .v ��� la planned to bave
��� ���   building read    '-���   occui   i
nd ol \ i.   '
Paaadei C >i. May 30 ���Residents
>.f Paaa It ��� i are clrculal ng a petltRm
Bakli _ U ii     ��� - ���    . ti   grant the
Sun- ���   Ti'. phone   Co    a   franchiaa
to do        " is In the citj un li ���  any
Ixm     over Henry's catalogue
snd make oot your order for
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Tr. ea, P mta, Bee Suppl es ate
No wind] aiten;- to annoy you.
No dan ue from fumigation. N..
delays of customs.
YOU  "PRESS  THE   BUTTON."
WE  DO  THE  REST.
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���ARM LANO
SPECIALISTS.
HENRY'S!
: Nurseries ii
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Jt   .7*^ f?"i
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Iron   Works
'���   R| ID, Proprietor.
batt Street,   .   _n_t___Mli
Crystal Theater
Pictures and illus-
iHat     OF    THE     VERY
HIGHEST   CLASS
i HANGED        MONDAY.
r^DN-    DAY    AND   FRIDAY.     SPE
' 'NEE     EACH   DAY    2:30.
'��� .   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Idren   5c.   adults    106.
J ^      OMPTON,  Manager
Edison Theatre
������
Pictures     an_     Illustrated
Songs.
I A,TEST  HITS OF THE
SEASON
i    Monday,   wee
l  .tv..,,     s itlne-
Offices.
houses.
Greenhouses   and   Seed
MO Westminster Road,  ,,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,  ,,
South Vancouver.
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TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
tr\\
YOUR   APPtAL  to the  public
ibe columns of THE DAILY
NCWsi     The   Morning  Paper.
THF BEST TR0UPZ OF PERFORMING fdEP^ANTS W WR WORLD <* - * WITH THE
'& **��� SELLS-riOTO eiRGV6,MDSZVMANd MEHA&Z&IJEr * *
Leave Langle) at B-WU am; arrive
at I'on Hanej at . 16 aJ_i. arrlvn at
Mi*Adam landing at S 110 a.m., arrive at HammOM at I 10 am ; arrive
at Port Kells at I lo a tu . arriv, M
N,w  Wes-tnitnster at in.30 am.
Leave V �� Westminster ai i.Oll p-
tn , aiiiw al Tort Kelts at '���- HO pm.;
i .ive tu  Hammond at I 99 pm-; ar-
m' al Mi \ilt.m. latulinii; at 6 15 p in ;
arrive ��t  Pint Maney at *'. i'a pm ; ur-
.1. at l ...-.v. n al 1 M i' in
Leaving B _> K. Wharf, daily except  Saturday
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April  t-.t the steamer
Transfer will leave Brackman-K. r
wharf  every   week  day   afternoon,  ��� &
cept Beta day, at it p.m. Eor Ladner,
Westham Island and Way porM.     a^
urday  at  _  p.m..  returning    to  N-w
Westmin. er Si.tur.l-y   evening.
RUNS  TO   STEVESTON   TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
taming,   eav.    Westham   Island
ever;. lay morning, rx.-.-iit Fri
day,   v.  I i tn    -unl   Ladner 7-45 a.m.
Friday leaves Westbam Island 8 a.m.
and Ladn      it 6: ID a.m.
\,Ki-;       i Monday   morning,
minster at fi a.m.
Tiv il J< ei    to chun_e
���
It'll i   .   In issenger rates ap
ItURKUT JARD1MC.
Manager.
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PAGK FOUR
THE DAILY NEWS
MONDA. .
MAY
The Daily News
publish. . - Thi  Dally News Pnbllafl.
���np c Lii ill .'��� "t their offices,
The D ' Newi         h   corner of Mo-
r. ��� u     V      ' ..    treeU.
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
ovil odors ar sing    from tbe rubbish
dumped  b te   and    there on  i
toti   daring tii.   recent short spell of
ii<>t  weather, pn tt)   clearl-   Indlcat.
whai the eltlsena maj have to put "i1
with during thi  i nauing sununi
this nuisance Is m< re th m a mi i
;."..nn _  to one -  olfactc .-.   ni 11
Is a serious menace to health,
on ihi- aooounl thai we urge tin
mediate adoption ol  tome bs
od .��i    dlspo   i.
rel use.
"GET THE HABIT"
Extra Special
.oi   'Ulatei   Linen'
only   10c  today.
WEST END   SNAP.
JUNE COLUMBIA RECORDS NOW
ON SALE.
\     I:   ������
a spi. n,i
cash and lhe ba
m
ii all!.
ii  the \\     <
o itha
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MONDAY.  MAY  31.  1909.
FROM OTTAWA.
COLLEGE STUDENTS
RESIDING IN TENT,
���   .- Parliament bas b
:.    .1   li   Tayloi    M
ed  to  'his  city���wi
n pro- 	
n:l--      Carllnvllie   III .  Maj   30.���.
dents ..i  Blackburn coll        i   I
The  Tai
646 Columbia Street.
I for cash and sell fur
r
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupcnt  Block, CfclumLia  street.
upon      - -   ">       ' ' u"~ '���'' '
BW.U i-      im     !' '"   '   '     '      ���
an   : '   In   ""Ida rte_   bj   ,,  .
iiiaii   l|                      ip osi .i al   the p.. ..: . ,,-   u    ||   |(.      ,
member fo    this    constltuen ���   will class   flgbl   in   whlcb   tl
ca!   -:.. -                        r and ren                            ���"���������-��� I
.i -    '
to them    - : steward- ,
witii  I       |   - I* In ��l��   . ... |i D
curio        '       promj ted - gan win a the
: h rnsa d  In ordi : '���  ,!i-
whai .1   D  Taylor has
FUNERAL NOTICE.
Royal City Lodge Xo. 3.I.O.O.F.
while ihi   latter were a
.
the Inter s -  oi    those by whom he i,,,,,,,.., .discovered I ��� ��� ;
wad _ent    us    reprei i nti ���   to  tbe   ��� ;   mned  revenge an I en-
Ho      ol i   mm i
the time of tbe late genera] i .,.  ,,r   .. .   d
thai  .1   D   Taylor was  thi   >��� man  t>ldd    . them to rei im     v   > a. .
whom the constituent:, needed f     ��� ���    ; "
purpose ol showing the Commons ol  ''~"
Canada bow to conduct it.--  business,  ��� ~~   ���
and tha: he "a.- the man who could
and   would   see  to it    that   tho  New
Westminster district in particular and
British Columbia in general obtained
proper attention   to its  requirements
at the ban is of tlie Dominion  legie-
lature.      Wo   therefore, exi cted  to
find that the official parliamentary ree- 	
ord would reveal quite a considerable .
dlaplay of our member',   activity and LJ , ��gf* ar'v ' \�� R"-val
* ' Cuj Lodge, No. 3, i O. o K. are ~-
prove to the world at large thai his quested to meet In tbe Odd Pi
presence had had the effect of purify- hall.    Columbia g-  _ ...   c_i
ing  and  improving the  method-  and Monday,  Ma.   31st   1909, for the , ���'
proceedinn of the legislature, whilst I*8** "--"ending the fnneraj
_  ,      ,   . .       , late Bro.  v __. .    ...        .-.,. .   ,   win
such  legjstedve    and    admlnlstraUve b��� hBld ,.,,,.   ,,     y...   1W1, y     Nn
reforms had been accomplished at his Weatmlnater 30 ; m.      M<
instigation that henceforth life In the of Amity   Lodgi    No   .7, and  risltlng
province would be enjoyed under the bl*thr���� i-VIt'd ��o attend,
supreme happiness of perfection.
Alas! We have been most Painfully disappointed! Our most careful and diligent search through the
pages of Hansard has failed to ehow
that th,- member for this constituency
has attained the  greatness  that  wa_      i; _ Wednesday, June '1. INI,
expected of him.     So ven- little evi- ' ��� '  under the south s;.an of
dence did we find of anything to the ;���'���   <*���*   *i   UUn   [aland
advanta,- , ,  this community having    [ ^^T^ ff ��S
_>en oven a"empted by the Mr. J. D -.  ol  the new  bridge       Boats
Taylor  whose  name  does  appear  tn the channel under the north
th,. pages   ���:" the official  record, thai
J  R  I.AWRKNCK   \   _��.
C   8   KEITH, Rec.-s.-r
NOTICE.
we feared we were In error1 in Identl
fying this gentleman as the represen
tative of New Westminster. But we
are assured on excellent autho.-ry
that though there a.-.- two repreaen
iatives In the House bearing th-.- surname of Taylor, there is only one J.
D. Taylor. Our fears therefore
proved to be groundless and we arr-
forced to the conclusion that the mission of .1. D Taylor to Ottawa has
b��en a failure. Lest it should ������"���
said we have expected too much, we
hasten to assure the electors of N���������-.
Westminster that the measure of ou
expectations is based upon the assurance? contained in the Columbian,
from time to time during last summer
and fall.
But no; only has the member for
New Westminster been a failure. He
would seem to have been quite a
nuisance. The sum of his activity
throughout the session is constituted
of sundry and varioua inane and pur-
p__eie_B questions, Intended no doubt
partly to display the brilliance of the
Taylorlan wit. but mainly tor the
purpose of throwing discredir ui_n
one or more ministers of the Crown;
but als*") by their stupid r<-itera^
tion, proving a nuisance and annoy-
an/*e to the House and involving a
aefiou? waste of time. From the
Opening of *>arliai_ent to the dai.- of
it�� prorogation almost the sol. topic
upon which J. D. Taylor has ventured
to addr*_s the House has been Bill
Miner' Scarcely a week has pa-s-d
during the session without on.- or
more interpellations upon thi* threadbare subject by our member To
vary tho old time rhyme, it might be
said:
Miner young and  Miner old.
Miner hot and Miner cold;
Miner  tender,   Minvi   tough,
Of Min'-r Gad!   we've had enough.
V NATIONAL CONTRACT OO
ft
8
8
.8
Lv4X___3i
Special  Shoe   Prices
for this Week
r
CITY   MATTERS.
We are pleased to see that Uie
parks committer has adopted some of
the suggestions we made a few days
ago and 'hat the council has authorised the carrying out of these. We
-COM tlie committee wil] see its way to
adopt the remainder of onr suggestions in the near future. By Ihe way,
could not the respected chairman Of
th<�� oommlttee persuade the I'rov.n-
clal Government to get a move on
and carry out the long-promised ter-
Aoe garden Improvement on the blufT
n ar the Q   N.  R. station?
60 pairs Men's Oxblood Blucher Ox
forde, regular $5.00 shoes, for $4.25.
60 pair* Men's $4.50 Velour Calf
Blucher  Cut  Oxford* for $3.50.
48 pairs Men's Oxblood Blucher
Lace Boota, regular $5.50 shoea, for
$4.25.
Ox
Men's     Ring Faetened     Velour
ford., regular $4.50, for $3.50.
Men's best $4.0 and $5.00 Tan 8hoes
for $3.46.
Men's Vici  Kid Blucher Lace Boots
regular $4.50, for $3.50.
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ROYAL STANDARD .LOUR COUPONS.
���Ins   nr
41,250
45,637
��� r�� ,lr��wn Int   M I)
30,133      48,500     56,152
31,039     48,192      39,728
' ' na
41,468
44,143
MRS    COAKLEY
MRS    CONNER9   .    .
MRS    SHANNON
MRS    R    I    SMITH
MRS   TELFORD
MRS.    VVALDS
MRS    A    E    ADAMS
MRS    CRAWFORD
MISS M   B.  HUTCHINSON
MRS. C   ADSHEAD
���a
    Rowland,   B   C
      Nanaimo.  B   C
1145    Sevf-tli    Av .    Vi-u   j."
     L.HIe   R.ver.   Come
......   NoHh   Vancouver.   B    (
 .Hamilton   St.   Vancou*'-
    Anaconda    B   C
. ..   .   S.-th  Avenun.  Vancouvf
Langley. B   C
Aidfgrove,  B   C.
Women's Velour Ctrl Blucher Lace
Boots, our "Feminia" make regular
$6.00, for J2.95.
Woman's "Femmai" Patent Leather
Boots.  $3.60 value* for $2.95
Women's Patent Leather Dongolat,
our $1.50 shoes, for $275.
Women's "Feminia" 0*blood Ox
ford*. reflUlsr $3.50 shoes, for $2.75.
Women's Fin* K'd Blucher cwt
Lace Boots, regular $3.00 and $3.50.
for $2.75.
Women's Tan Button O-fords and
Two Button Low ttoee, regular $3.00
shoe*, for |1.96.
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR THE SHOES WE ARE SELLING AT THE ABOVE PRICES.    YOU CAN'T
AFFORD TO MISS THIS OPPORTUN ITY   FOR  CHEAP   8HOES.
ll Is devoutly to he wlishe.l ilia- the
fiiy Council will make provision for
tha erection of an Incinerator In the
money bylaw now (being framed lor
submission    to the ratepayers.     'in.
Sign af the Big Electric Boot
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
MRS.   W    ROWE   HARVEY V.dor.a.   B   C
MIS.  M    HIOGIN8         Como-.. B   C
MR   W. H.  HEIGHTON      Mltaion City. B   C.
MRS. M. FERGUSON      Saamchton, B   C
Thf_* hare ����rh rWMtvei, frw* <1 all rharfm, k ha-i'!*-"""
���0. of li>0 piece*       t'ui  <hl�� oui  ��jjd k��-ep It fur n f-n-ncv      A:   las
cotipona bdpllM the -BO>a ���hers hav- left our Bills, thou---!
rna>   ��tlll {��. In  th- hand* nf thr. de-a^-m       I .l��_ will be award   ' D '
natter *Brn   the lucky  coupon* arc r��>turne<1       Ws are ��'��� '
titi Beta even   month   and BBWrjl   49 Ih   ��.ick  i��>nt.ilii<>  a coupon
itui  Royal Btsnianj noor ��nd �����.������� the ooopotii
MANUFACTURED BY
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
��� Vancouver, B. C.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mmmmtmctmrmrs mttet Dnmsmre m All Kmo   mt
Lumber,   Uth,  Sltbgles,   Mouldkvp,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,
Fish end Fruit Boxee.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glaaa
Doors,
Etc.
New WeBtminsterTlrC;
*����  (-.RtiST  SHOE   HME   IN 8. 0.
F ARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
- if Royal City Bf��ch, Columbia St. |
m I ^ .    .-_._ * _ New We.tmin.ter |
Telephone 12. MONDAY.   MAY   3i,   190..
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVK.
THE
Cc sh Store
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
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EXCEPTIONAL BUYING
OPPORTUNITY IN
Suits
VALUES ro $lh,so FOR $5.
A chance to secure a really good suit at a moderate
price. These com.' in light checks, stripes and plain
materials in almost all sizes in Women's and several
odd numbers in Misses" sizes. Some are self-
trimmed and others trimmed with contrasting
shades in silk ribbon,   Regular value to $18.50, for
I
A Clearing Line
in Ladies' Straw Sailors
*  . :   .
... ee had
......
A     "-������. ���  . . ,i>0c
Tweed Skirts
I dan        i < ��� i
>   th.ui '   v v. .   ':������������
tnuet | ���      it..: \Ur *        : ������       .3 __
Pleated Lustre Skirts
BevvD  onl*    won),  from f. '.-" tn $'.' v
I.'. ..aW-aX)
Net Waists
Siy,   the    t��fuiMt��.    Dr*'    *aii*ts    W<"
i.uve jui. reoHred, thi-v roaily ar* ��
��V-J-n��ll,t BBleoUon. and mitif in croAni.
���-cm. whit- ami other fashloeahlo
shades
Princess Suiting at
Cut Prices
A lovi'lv sjiiin flt.i-ho.1 cloth "1
blaok ami new IU;ht and d"-rk aliades.
14 Inch,.* wide Regular .L9Q I""1'
���aril, for. p.-r yard K,c
Ladies' Colored Wash
Skirts 50c Each
tti ��� 0  itl  tl*. |   |Ot,   K-'KU-
lar 11.00 a I v eeoh  50c
54-Inch All-Wool
Dress Goods 45c Yd.
If you have not  . 4 some of
I hoe. K.K.-K. vou wl I have to hustle,
a.* we are cult:-. I - - ��� the time.
sad the Quantity now - getting very
lu�� Bring    all    ��i>-      sad    son,.
>*:ft��.�� tin... R<��-_. wit] wash nae
n.-w. a great aU vantage Wii ght
i-lor,av} suiting*---, and thsee certainly
,<:���  ,i great snap; per yv.. -*5c
Specials in Hosiery
For This Week End
U'.ack  and  tan  ladle*  cotton   Ik-��s��>
all s'-uv. pwr pair     20c
G��*l heavy plain black cotton at*.*.
WOlth a"5c. for, ->er pair 2_c
F1-c Mack cotton, summer ���etght
Rftj-ular 35<- for. ver pair Z5c
A Snap in Long
Kid Gloves
Tan. brown, narv nnd frreen, elbow
length        KwriiIhj- JS-50,  fi.*-,  Pr. |_L_0
New Hatpins
Cream, White, Pale Blue
and Wine Shades in
Silk Organdie
10 he cH-��pe- at a price that should
U.npt any onv who l.i looking tat
KMQetfedng tn make u stylish summer
drWBs; only In the. above-m.ntion��Ti
alia-di-,   ;s'In   wide;  per yard '2 1-2c
New floml hatpins, In los,-> an<l IMS,'-
buds, natural 0OKHB; 25c, 35c and 50c
Cotton Crepes ic Plain
Colors and Stripes
Vou rjinnot Bet anything to stand
*i_d__K so woll ae this dainty f_br_c
tXtnma, ****�� shad* in Mock; as in.
���UU.. per vard ,flDc
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
���
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garden at Tl I
octal   will     i- hei I
ol Kn<>x Pre��-
ii
��� ,t   Sowers a_id  &n>'
ine Davie
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ne_ and .-���
will
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.:  I  o  0  F. -i' the reg '���
. ning
Thai [clous,    wno.i  ���
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In the . -        I!
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or. C.  15
A FEW OF THE BARGAIN. WE AKE
OFFERING IN
Dining Room Furniture
Extension Tables. Rc/al Cu*, $9.00 up.
S.de&oards. $18.00 up.
Five Dining    Chairs and  1    Armchav,
the set, $6.50.
Parlor Suites, 5 pieces, $27.00 up.
Parlor    Tables Ir        -   or    mahogany.
$.25 up.
Handsome  Music  Cabinet!    With  M r-
rev $16,00.
Handsome couches, from $5.50 up.
Cor. b nation     Des.    and    Book  Case,
$6.25.
Strong  Hat  Ra-v   ten pins. 50c.
Camp   and   Law.   Fjrniture;    Bar-boo
Shades.
Our store  is fu'l  of bargains  in  all
lines.
THE  LEADING  FURNITURE  STORE
VV.   E.  FALES
UPHOLSTERER   AND   UNDERTAKER.     REPAIR   WORK   ATTENDED  TO
PROMPTLY.
612-618 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee^eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoee
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��� See the MASON & RISCH
i id   of     P.o  .::
- I Flour.    Full assortment of szee
���   now in stock.     Hale Bros.
.-. Co., Ltd.
Foi       ���.; j 8.   ���
agn noi    to P i_   i
scheduled  game Saturday   afteni
It 1   -   ��� il    ned inri.-i;.
'ir-
A sped - of tlie Liberal
this  di-i'.r.i ���   . led  toi   ni x-   i u
���lay evening at -  p.m. in tbe Lv
���   .     i .   ���-    Da       News   block.   _le-
Ki dz .' aad Victoria *���*"
I'r.'.i   -. . list I ���-* ng Of I ii
.  ��� ���  CO in. ..  U v^ni:,_ Ihi      BTl
..   need _ ��.rh repreeeatatives of the
I. . .'.i-.     ;   n inldpal  oe in l|  with re-
:   ,, the water aupply, with a view
. joint scheme.
Th,. local cricket team secured a
in the matih with v.- Burrard
' ket chib of Vancouver, at Broc-k-
ton 1'oini on Saturday afternoon, in.
V- ouver eleven scored 130 runs.
S   .   tie vistiors SO runs for 3 wickets.
Tbe pleaaantest way to B_>e_d Saturday afternoon Is to take a river lr'p i
;to Steve6ton and back. The SS
1- mater leaves Br_c--*.an-K>r'_ whirl
a- I p.m. every Saturday, rer.ur. lag
Same evening. Fare one dollar . *
U    round trip. ������"
The !;��� avy r.nns the la-.t day or ���-
conntrj  ���    . ��� '.  a washout o.i the
<   p  il. tracks near Bevelstoke, a
.      ���   ganixe I  i    ''      aaturdaj -  an -
,m _n train   not reaching   Vancouver
���    ii t o'clock Sunday morning.     Tbe
ouble was repaired with little dith-
culty and yesterdaj t trains ��.re all
on  time
An Impo   ������'.- meeting of the Westminster Lacrosse ciub will be _���     _
H.   Rya'i I   ������<'.: -   this   ��� >* ntttg,   "���'   '
matters  o tance win i>e intro-
.1 i ���     ������.     sal ���:-..     A repreeentar
tive gathering    is de.i:- i      All officers of the club are reQweated to    e
ireeeot;  no tormal notices are being ���
-������nt  out.
Ehrcurslon   t<>   Pitt    Lake,   June 6. ;
steamer Transfer, leaves H   C. B. H
wharf- 10 .uin . .irrivin_ Pitt Lake
Brick \s\ .k-a l ;..m.. returning to city
8 p m. launch served oa board, -.��
centa. Return tickets. $i ach, so.d
.it   K.   J.     Fader's     office.     Northern
Crown Bank :.'.iiMn.s *'
All rifles, greatcoata, clothing and
equipment, with the exception of the
khaki Issue In ihe poeaesslon of member, of the Sixth Regiment D. C. 0,
FL, must Ik- returned to the armories
this evening. Militiamen retaining
goods after today are liable to proae-
cution under ths authority ot the Can
^ada Miitia act. Tomorrow evening
B Company will turn out for drill, in
preparation for review by [_Bpecto.
Genaral Col. Otter, in Vancouver ou
Saturday, June 12.
The M-hedule ot th senior lacrosse
league between Westminster and
Vancouver haa been revised a coup.e
tt tlni-s already, previous arrange,
-^ta being unsatisfactory to ihe
VKt+t *-'lub- As lhe schedule
-resent, the Brsi match win
ell) OO June 1- However.
ting ot the ;__-��riaiiou
**ht'n Fivd   Lynch and
.v���   '-mu  Seattle,   to
return *-     .
schedule.   WW  -l   ls
will   be   .V"t   it"      .
,   the diVlSk>_
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PIANOS
on Display at "The Fair" Store
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CHINA
Bric-a-brac of all   kinds���Pickard's Painted China.
Some you see costs more, but none is any finer;
There is no finer made to pleaae my china trade;
Designs are very fine and the goods are all high-grade.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS FOR PICKARD'S HAND-PAINTED CHINA.
A    SNAP    IN    RANGES.:^
WE    HAVE    PURCHASED     PART    OF     A     CAR     OF
SLIGHTLY    DAMAGED   RANGES.    WHICH    WE    ARE
SELLING AT A SNAP.    COME    EARLY    AND    AVOID
THE RUSH.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
X Trust Block, Front St.* New Westminster ', \
ASK VOUR GROCER  FOR
! ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED.
ne
Vanot
stands a
lie in tin
another nitv
iiiuBi  b.   held
(J,   A.   Welsh
ratify  this
,i tul  whether it
lf_Th.-- bone ol oontentlon i
,n  gate receipts.
leaves this  B-Oen-
where   she   Will
aR     '      ";.'.',";_",i, gathering held th-
dou.t-
force
For Wheat, Barley, Oats, Chops,  Chicken
etc., ask us.     We will see that you  get
Fsed, Bran,  Shorts, Msy,
it promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone SM.
1M COLUMBIA STREET.       P. O. Drswer 100.      , >
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with     the
ment, and Mill.
ton.  At   these l
���i-. C. S. Keith
'or Belllngham
.,..���'. ' a Rebekah
,. ,m    In    connection
afuT. �� ol e Ortnd Lodge ol Wa~h-
n'ot'Ung, t t oltj this week. On
-���Bt.��n ���' ��� about twenty local Odd
Wedmaed. Ul lhe ^xy cny
PeUowa wi. r( ln ,he dtiterent Bseet-
aad take pa ri,..ind i^^e, Eneaiup-
nigS of the ,arv Council of the Can-
meetings arrangements
the gathering of the
will be made for A>dge ot the L O. O.
Sovereign Grand 1 aptemher.
F. in Seattl,. in St.
'������oprtetor of   the
Henri Zucchero,    v     Urant,   achieved
.Begbte    atrt-et    resta        on   t nursday
Tame    as a strategist     -.handed    and
|; ewoning.    when      singlt      .&���  ho "man-
, armed only with a revol.      t 'intentions
"aged to circumvent the evi      wers, who
of a couple ot circus folio,       to -effect
were presumably attempting . _n the
lan entrance Into his residence      ig the
West End.     The men flmt ra. Zuc-
bell, but receiving mi response,       ". an
jchero having reconnoitred throng.       get
upper window, they proceeded to .      w.
i busy with a view to opening the do.       1
Ijjbt   wlshlngi to  entertain    unlnvlt^.
!g_e_t�� of husky mien at siu-h a late
I hour,   Zucchero  fired   thre.  shots   at
!the  men.      The  pi .stinted    burglars
\*apa not hit by the first volley; they
jwejrw Out of range   before Zucchero
watt roady to whoot again.      The af-
fair  waa re-ported    to ihe police on
��� ��� Comforts;*-.
of" A  H0ME:?'
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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 placing 1 will be able
to save you considerable.
Let me quote you rates.
i
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..INSURANCE BROKER,
COLUMBIA BT.
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MONDAY,   MAY  3'    -
909
APPLE LA
Circus Day, New Westminster, - riday   June 4.
__S_T ���Nlll'.''. T Wll.ua    L'l'J,    .a��.T.       ...-- -.~
iig     SELLS-FLOTO
! ___' _'f -^.JiSui- i ". /".__.���._ ��/ ____J____J Uf:U U/���,
Circus - MenagericHippodrome- Wild West
IO0--STARTLINC, SUPERB, SENSATIONAL AND
STUPENDOUS SURPR.SES-.00 ��� ��� 3Q-CHAM-
PION AERIALISTS IN THE AIR AT ONETIME v
* 20-CHAMPION ACROBATS PERFORMING ff
f.T ONCE���20 ��� * 10-CHAMPI0N EQUES-1
TRIANS 10 it * 30-CLOWNS MAKING
FOOLS CF ONE ANOTHER AT THE ��
SAKE TIME���CO ��� ��� 20���MAR- . 'g
VELOUSkCTSATONETIME-20
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��� RARE
WILD
BE.VSTS
FROM
EVERY
CUME
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CUBAN MINISTER SAYS
Wait!   Only One Big Show!   REPyBUC B S0LVENy
Denies That His Country is
Running on Rocks of Financial Disaster.
vina tn Mr.
jt-stic  Mi-.  .
fUnder Irridescei :
\y    .' Sheer of ���  /
'^Smf^-  Sf-.ittntcrint) /'.-l-
v-*;-*-'--'(>���;<������ a. m.
-_ * -*r
���^:f,;$i:rcc Exhibition or
..... v!^5? 5 ...ai _o,' cn A ������������
" Acrei of Wettrproof
' '-J_P-?3E^   Tents-Come. R
:   .\v'-_-^r?' Shine--2 Shows." ���
-,'%?       Afternoon  _rw  .Vi;/.(.
DOUBLE HERD OF GM1T.
PERFORMIKG ELEPHAKT3
.      FREE   HORSE  SHOW
Can?*. t> f Btaotif d Wc_��l
HIKE. DO0DU ! .C.'.'C-
un rouaaKMEST _ _ speciu. site a_"��a raw
EXCURSIONS Oil AU KAILROUIS BS SEE HCt.
also directing the tour of ARMOUR'S   WORLD FAMOUS $25,000 DAPPLE
GRAY prize WINNERS, the grw- globe    trotters    ever known,
and all of -tho beautiful trophies, meda ons, etc,  will  also be exhib
ited.
All tlie big acts of the circus   -��� The   Nelson    Family.    Hiding
Rooneys, Marie Mears, Flora Bideni. Genaro and Theo. Ii-ar:ik Troupe, Rboda
Royal Menage Horses and hundreds ' : ��� thers,
Altogether 900 people employ.': double-length cars;   12  big  water
tight tents;  500 animal.-. 2n elephai 20 camels;  15���Funny. Frolicsome,
Frisky Clowns���45;  Brand New !_,trei Parad .     Two    miles    of brilliant,
dazzling pageantry,
CLOWN!
SEE     V
THEM   Wag
WHIL-. h?3-
vou  BE
v;a.\. i +v'
A. B_r._ of Sioux Warriori
by Specia] Permission of U.
S. Government���lllustr.
Imiiar. L.i'e �� Horcci-anship ^
Dr .':���:.- In N&tive CostumC"
Battle --enc: of W_d West
Sen    \ M ten m
to ii;-    ������ bat <
tinn-  ::i  <
tbat i ned
tbe financial affaii ���
.,. u. Cai lot i ;������ acla V< I
i  ;    :.  minister to the United **    ���
is quoted todaj        the H<
���  ���
pea ���   an ���
::.. til    to   I ���   ��� nl    In    "i
Cubai    l_ ad to apn
alarm       ��� the Ul    _d Stal      wil
a  view  ..:   aro       ��� opinio
Cuban | Thi ���
wbatevi     for <
ol   Cu
.-an ���   a thou   :   ll
with thi  Issue ol ibi  -.���
loan wl    -   Presldi di .;. mi i     a H
��� p . situaUo-
Cuba does not warrant    nj concern i��
on ao orded b..
pn
den. .'f thi
cigar
ettl B,  CUt   tO V ���:       If   Uv
t nan I been what bad
een n        ented _i  detractors ol
th   Cu    ������,.��� Cuban K1   ��� '
ment   would   nol I ;.   tfce
- Id vi/ '
NEW   CABINET   FOR
NICARAGUA   NAMED
TWO   GRAND   PERFORMANCES    AFTERNOON AND NIGHT,
open   one   hour  befor.   performance.
See tlie enlarged zoo and hear the Seils-Floto Military Band.
DoOr-s
I'.n Ma.      ;"     l   ���
Istry has n follow
ing   III "A    ���
Minister ol  thi \.i
gulo; iiiinis'.v of im��� gin aflaii    <��� nl
termo Camacl o; l lor
H-  . nn. mini ter i        _
I 'ri! .;  in tils'. . ill,   In
tlon, T illo iv .ii i.
Justine  Canoi ��� I  v    nf
finance, Is In i
.if finance
t'.-ni-r.ii  Holguln  is     ilso    pn     :��� n'
. nate of tbi   republic   He will oo-
in
the ab ��� ii-     ��� -   Rafael  Rej i ���
Reserved seats on sale Show Day at MacKenzie's
Pharmacy.
Bark Wanted
BUILD   CANADIAN   NAVY
IN   HOME  SEAPORTS
om...... i    __a     to itest
of  the  Canadian  naval   movemi is
a g ton lng Imprest Ion that, in ;��� ng
comra<ii -  for vi.;'    thai  are I i ' .no
the nucleus of the  Dominion     ��� i ty.
ib,. government  ��h< uld  keep in   . ew
Un- advisability  of  having   wai ips
eventually  oon i   icted   in   this  i in
try.     Repre en tat Ions   to    thla   ���
I a..-  been  made  to  the Governi - al
a .thin   . he   pa il   fen   da) ���       It Is
p6tnted i ll    thai thi   proj ��� am - ild
provide for the building   of wai
���' ��� .in both thi   Pa   Hi   an I   Vtla u-
ts, a   it would gl     a positive m-
pdtus to Bteel   hlpl ill Ing In Ca v
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY   AT   ONCE.
Fraser  Valley  Tannery,   Ltd.
CANADIAN   ROAD   TO
BUILD TO SPOKANE
8po_ im . Ma.   36     i be 8po_ -v   _
British <'.ii.iiiiiii,i Rallwa)      prepa lng
to  ' iili'l   Into S|Kikain   I.iiii.   ib,
\   pre eni li - lm. .        -      ���������. -,      -,
i Forks,    li    C .   to     Ri publli
Rlghl ol wa)   deed    foi    i Ilni s
ing  the  south     haul,   n!     Hi.   S|,n- ui..
river have been filed hi  i
The road is commonly bei ��� .��� .i to
- hav.- the backing of the Canad an Pacific     The    proposed   line  would
w ,    100 miles long.
FRENCH   SAILORS'   STRIKE
BECOMES  MORE  SERIOUS
Paris,   Ma)   30.   The  '' rtl I   the
l< -.   ol the merchant marlm
.   fravated   ('i        jron_
..ni    ha-.,   been placed on        d
a  limit! .1  number o   merchant
I em poi. .. ��� ���!���    to    In un
  ^^ ��� i   run      Vlgi   v and '  ���    ���
Westminster
Trar_sfer Co.
vmi-e 'Phone 18s.     Barn  Phone 137
Columbia  Street.
Biuv . ���   di llvered   prompUj'   to
any part of tba cltr.
Light and Heavy Hauling'
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
6PRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     ML'.
AND SAUSAGE.
AT thp:
Twenty.five   Years   for "Ad.i-1   Go(
i _ii        v .1 i in
In the i or
'  ...I        i ivi,*  ii wltl
v..    - man   Michael Mull -
ben   iv    Dec.
in ni da ���. rdli I of |   lit)
/*���-   t     I     s\K     t     WH     I    i : i urned a vi a guilty
l pnfra   Nipm n/1-.ri.. i
vuKiai   m_ai  mai n.i
Corner Eighth Bt. and    Fifth Avemis
PHONE  J7a
BOWELL & ODDf, Pronrktors.
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i   ..   i    Will   Hsn.   Them.
���    in     Ma     80     ������ 11
- tpltal pui .'I   ie
Vi."l   ill   IV   ���      _ I
We are after your
business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have  to  offer
a.
them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
call and set you right
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WESTMINSTER'S      MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
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_.j MAY  31.  19M
ILY
NEWS.
PAOF   -KVlO-al.     ~
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ROBIN HOO
��ur that is Different���;
loused in your homejvet?_ Vou should start now.
Don t put off try onderful new flour.
SWORD Of kt^VOLT
IS BARED In' peru
SUNLIGHT
NOTICE    RE    HOUSE    NUMBERING.
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i Win- in An Hour.
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who
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The   soap
*. ou   work
you mon"-*,- wil     Ut injur;,
tn   'nnd-,   or
article.
\:.y parsons whose booses hav. not
���: imbersd, nr v.),,, hav,. aay complaints  i ���  iii ike   In   re ���     un it
I notify ii,.             Lgned al oooe,
st the mart                    reel Bod.
\\*. A   DUN< AN,
City Clark.
Ckj  Hall, Ms    :   190a.
TENDERS WANTED.
_ . Compan;   ol
aacouver  an-   op n   to  receive   ;''n-
dera for the wh :  irtlon  <as
:.. ... <it the lying on
���   ���     P   .'- C   1'.  It.  wn -.
. near tht   B. ... Cltj  _UUs on
the **;v '"��� ';i I -     .v wharfage '.r :''.    0t_
Qnantlty ahoni     16 0  feat, common.  r ���
i. rgo brough
th.-   Prln. Apri]   i
Tl e k> ���  ���, it* not ;;���   ���   -
sarily
���H M"l 11 !"1"1< *���. ���.
TRIAL   MARRIAGE   PROVES
TO   BE   SATISFACTORY
"ROBIN HOOD" i
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ie flour that is making
Stave lake Power to.
Now in Strong Hand.
Oi  -.-���������   N.   I., Ma
���lit-.,   (.ailed     a     "ti
Mr.  aii.i   Mr -  ar-
si tl      ich .
:    ���       itow    i
���-.,.-     <. an
\. i ordlng     . th. .      :
the ih ���
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[lowed
The trial h
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Invitation. -     *
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jsensation in western Canada.   All over the west it
Ow
E.   H
HARRIMAN   TO   SLEEP
ON  THE  ROOF  OF HIS HOME
PRINTING
���THATS   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us r-'ms 3 satisfied customer,
(ILK WORK SATISFIES
01 R PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
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being talked about.   The question neighbors are
,Lr today is: "Are you  using that new ROBIN
Ilool) FLOUiF
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Wil-
ii.n .   ���:��� v Stavi
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tb��/_.   . On the
s alread ca
-      V
l-ake Power Company for Jun<
order
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
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. ���������>   York.   Mv   SO.���With   tht    ia-
odlng all th- tltni
d    ������  open air  E. H  Harriman
i hailn_ alti raikM    miade to i.i- i *:���'
hoOKS. at Fifth avenu. and S'-xiymnth
street,   which,   when   eomjieted.   Wtli
enable him to virtually live and sleep
rower \Muii'ku.  ��._ __iu_   on  the   roof  of  his   hous-     The  im-
��._->.  to author..'. tranal r ;>rov-ii__t -ill cost $30, )    Mr   Har-
:     Bkings  tnd ��� to the nman exacts-, it is ---aid. to tansact
......  jv,,. ..-;    -; :-   -    - -----   from     th-   ron!     of     his
ll   already organised   un- home, where he can  have plenty of
.  .,- _ to -"���������* a_d sunablne
nj   In   iir. unbia iri . 	
It   Includes  capital-        The  Canadian  Press Delegates.
I  : .    well  a-  of  Van-      London.     May   ?/).���The    Canadian
Tv . u .   i .. n  of    this ���    ' v-.t- -  to the Imperial  Press Con-
ledatoi ���' M   arrived   at   Liverpool   fester-
> holdings a where  the  party  separted,   som-
II La th vi > ol the rep       L' ;p- '-������ Scotland, other, to the -Nor..-,
..._  ��� England and several to London
M.ilV   ���  , \    V     il 	
in, for: ��� ���      ��� ������.   tgi i of the '
it &��� Power Oonpan. _ _ ________	
Van   '���.��� : ��� ��� -  .��� mg ago
;-  '     an:   ���  ���
Colum ;
de. of power
Jackson & Morrison t\
7 and 11 SIXTH ST. .,
New Westminster. Phone 388    ������
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The Model Bakery
COR. FOURTH AVE. 4. SECOND 8T.
(.
Bar.-
ways
**_������ i
choice.
c-lebrated   Cream    I'.rown  and
.- Bread ls ln great d-roiand.   Al-
iweet,  and   once   u*a\ always
Out   Cakes   aad   Cookies   are
H. C.  MARK  A  SONS,
Thone 435.
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1W V _��� WF WWW
Electric Railway Service |
______________     __
Mr.  Hi N-      Intereati
ea
t&k.n? BOOM   I    v   ll  a-" i-   I     ���    *
ed in making an agre--m.ni with them
SI-.J.-.1   to   the   _v-n.rt   of   Ml     I
Sine.- Mr   McNeill ��� retorn the m
.   anttlons       I       Stave Lake Com
panj   iia\, . c ntlnne I  an I  ��� ��� ��� i
  ed i
���l*'"ir ;      -       th.   worts and v.- '������
Yaha Jail in cr<.a^.-d from time to time dur-ng the
FOUfl  ESCAPE  FROM
A    CALIFORNIA
JAIL
*.li
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jrtter   Lm��
and
.  ������   ��� ������'
*- B   ���
a.  ��� >     L nr :     Call     Save    t:Stir, twenty  mln-
sa I   fort y    (Dlaatas
: ����� I N a ra
lappai-lW   L ne:   i*.ir��   loave
 tt"  hour,
-.   :. .-��� a  ;*fir��r
'   .-      b     Ddai   it  f- "n
a.  m
Sundsy  terv.c. ht ' '.)������ tn| ^<v-
twa��� I N ���*��   '���   and 11   p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd \\
*****4*ee*444++++++++ ++++++++++ +++++++Z
     serving   a   ��ix   DOnll       sen
M..:t. <-onflned for misd-
Roj   Walker,  a  bOjr   held  SS
It   ix.y. b Ohh   ���
���   >   Imprison* |
���  th.- old jail bnildtng
e th ongh  the  ertllng,
women's departmi nts
In - .-    ;.".a..t  .   ���  ,    tl.-
door nto th.   i nl    yanl
���  ������    ii a !.. .,", open-
era     ���;     ��� yard
is V larg-'
the fuci-iv.
-Ii������ll.   whom   tli-
ngerooa  cha:
-sfui attempt tn
They are Clares spring a
Will
.    '
��� -ill Wl      I
IThnv   ����� ���
.,.'���������-
,art<-r.  led
R. H. Sperling, general manage, of
..   ii- tb is   Rail ���- ..   ���
������in>   ���* ..- .va.������]  regarding tha rtate.
:  iv   . ���   iv. md of Booth Van-
who Bald  Bl  B  ni ���-.  the
Ipality   last   night     thai   he  be- |
���\^1 thai  n -out at ,.n> for the ���"���''"
,' the Btavs Lake Paaar Ootnpanj to
���   itri-i.ii Columbia Blectrtc EUilway
'ompan. were now prooeeding in New '
York.       He  ������' !>li��l  thai  ther    w.is  OO
���ith    ai  all  tn the   report,     _P   K
1   Over is in the east on certain busi- ���
BBS   affairs.   hu*.   tht-..   do not  include
inythlng In    relntloa    to    the Stave
;^ik-  Compan.
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Store j
EYES TESTED FREE. 	
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RACE   STARTER   SHCOTS
STUDENT   WITH   PISTOL
Hon.   Dr
Ottawa   m.i.
.  announoed
P_giiey's   Tour.
SO.���Ron    i1*-    P��t>
V.it   he   wou'.l
l'ilt-a -.'.i-_
ttarten  in
4******.***n+4
. +++++++++++++*******���1
Z^Ttor   ���    - .���*��-? ,��2L2__ "V
I Special Bargain \
I I I'O
i Jl,-  work:
Hi.-   ci.as-
liaj !" ���Win.,, ai'tlnv; B��
ihe Pittsburg Academ. s
reaterday, I .of. H.;
from hi re to the P->
A     WOOD   A   FROST'S    FIVE FOOT
MOWER.   PRACTICALLY   NEW    H5
��� .-.-rjulre   box   DaaStU ll      "^r   il����l
Qnlsh |.r��P'r In eithrr of tw�� ��� '"����� and
live paekhtwa snwsl��P*�� w natch, r-u
'nr i"*i<*e || -..., thla wwefc only
:.:inC   OBtflt
... , | win onbk
,7 fen    cmescal
+ boks ��   *   oahte
* Chi i
oomprislni team ol
and  ever,   rr.l
V.iw.      av.    MOCltl
and even   req lirfl ���
K. FVita-rman, .. member of the faculty, abot and probably famUj woon*-
,il Pare.  Bartx ������ .i student.
.eiterman la Kicked up wit limit
ball, pending the outcome of Barber's
injuries.
A< .old ii- to Petwrman, be was
about to starl six Btnd nts la s tnoa
,n,i pointed hi*. ''I*a0l at a tree ��"-!
tirod Bai ��� .1: _>pad ;i* the P|,,,l,ul
with a   > calibre bullet wound behind
Ib left ear When told that the lad
eould not recovar Petermaa oollapeed
READY   TO    SHOW
you ho* it is cheaper to buy our
high-cia-v building material^
than It Is to purchase the poorer k:nd We can point to
buildings built with our materials that never need repairs.
We oan point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
Ltd.
FRENCH  CREPON  THE   SAME   PRICE
J. J. MacKay & Co.
: Cook & Ross
�� THE AUCTIONEERS
J    t;i   Front   St.,   Opposite   Market,   Nc*
1 Westminste**.    Phone 489.
+     .id   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancou.fr
ILLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and  Lrura
Small Accounts
et wall a-, larg,. ones are welcome
vou nei'd DOI wait until your busin.
haa saanmad large proportions befoi
opening an acr-ount.
AT   THE   HOTELS,
Russell  Hotel.
v, y Merger Vancourer; H IX
Btadtford, Vancouvar; s. D Brooks,
V incouver; ll. Burr, Ladner; Waltei
Qulnlan, ttedlcln ��� Hav Alex Toomh,
Medicine Hat; R. Ramondy, Vanoouver; Ca;.; Kv..lliiu".-. Bteamer O'l
-ic o W Seymour, Vanoonvar; K.
\v.' Su-k Vancouvar; J. WilWama,
vanc,.iiv,i. K C Jamieson. Vancouver; A. 11 Johnson, Vancouver; S.
Innil.-son Vancouver; Alex. -Inliiy-
son, Ottawa. Jno. Turner, North
He ml.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you have made up your mind to do som* painting,
remember that is pays to use paint or varnish that will stand in
all  weathers.
Elephant paint is made from the purest of oil and lead, and
the colerings in it are the very best that can be used and are
mixed by experts who thoroughly understand every branch of
the   pa'nt   business.
Our line of varnishes and s ains includes the following: Jap
a-iac, Baplac, Berry Bros. Hard Oil and Varnishes. Standard
Varnishes, and Wilkinson, Heywood A Clarke's famous English
line  o'  varnishes.
T. J. TRAPP & CO, Limited
DO   SO  TODAY.
You   will   Nostra  everv   OOUtOfl.
Windsor  Hotel.
,   Bd  Who i-f. Buckley, Waah.; Mrs.
\   i-   Dykes   8adro-.oollny;   Henry
Kerr. Xdmonton;  Tims. Sheppard. QO>
,, iiuitliiiii.   Arthur    Lee,  MX  Lehman;
iu I i -_..  -,     ,    Kava.
.11 matters  intrusted to us. snd thSN   Jdg   \,.0l,;i;,;;ll";,V1>T1 U Smith. Hazel
li nothing In safe banking we can not na��n- vancou>- .       ���*
i nerform.
sti
treets, facing  Fourth  avenue.
Wee $8000, half cash,.balance
terms,   Apply McQuarrie & u>.,
Front Street.
TOTAL ASSETS OVER 153.000,000.1)0
The Royal Bank of Canada
Nsw Westminster, B. C, Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
mere- Geo. Ttawford. Mrs. Trawtonl.
Calgary; 11 A Ktngton, lteveistokv.
\v. Burg, BlAlne, Wash.
BRITISH   BATTLESHIP   DOES
28 KNOTS FOR EIGHT HOURS
London, Mav SO -Tha battleship in-
vindble, in an elajht-hour speed trial
wsterday.      m-iiiiiined    twenty ��!gfat]
knots throughout and tor a short time
OMde twenty-nine knot-. It is clalm-
e<l this is the worlds record for any
ship of Its 8l��e or type.
MUT10N, VEAL, PORK
Fresh  Pork   Sausages dally.
Bast  of  Farmer's  Perk.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 1192
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THE  DAlLf  NEWS.
MONDAY.  MAY  31,  1.0.
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WE SELL THE FAMOUS
INDIANS BEHAVED DUK.NG
UIITBKEAK OF SMALLPOX
! PALMER HAMMOCKS!
a    THEY     ARE    STRONG,    COM
Wishes cf Dominion  Officer Respected
J-y   Aborigines  During   Epidemic���
Much   Land   Cleared,
FORTABLE   AND    DURA
BLE.
OUR   PRICES   ARE   F'^QM
$2.50 Vj* $6.00
Vvehandlethefinest :        	
Crockery,   China! ^^ & Lusby j
and Glassware and |f     columbia _______ ,   |
at prices that f airly l.^++++++++++++++++++++t
astonish buyers by
their littleness. Ask
our customers if
this is not so. What
would you think of
purchasing Glassware and Crockery
at practically cost?
Well, that is our
price. Our wares
are dainty, up-to-
date and price-
pleasing. One purchase will be sufficient to prove the
truth of our words.
Another shipment;
of New Glassware!
justin. Come and
see.
r
Lacrosse Sticks
McBREARTY'S   190.,
LALLY'S 1909.
CROQUET   SETS. $2.00   UP.
BASEBALL   GOODS,   ETC-
ALL NEW GOODS.
AT
MOREY'S
665  Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
^ ,   i'.     M.i>      IO     Tin.in ,s
, ii   .pedal officer    under    th -
.mn. rn.  charged   with
! ,.l   .;     v...   ,i rial-
;..-{ mi i-l,.     lie . i������ ik
.   esl  terma of thi   waj   the
... ,l    during   the   rei  _
���   ..irinle.      When  ii   is  ra
i i  v.i.i     aboul    fourteen  rare affected, more or leas, ii
ly    b<   undorstood  thai  the
was .i serious oik- had the
noi been kepi isolated.
Mr OConnell, who la a pa��l wast -i
ln ,1,,. art of I.n- a Ing how to bandta
says    thej      ehaved
ll.   discussed  tb.   ,,���.-,.
tlon with them and told them thai be
would gee limi  tb l   a* u   well pro-
;  for, bul    requested    thai  thej
should   :is>i>t  him   by   observing  the
quarantine, In <-i>1ie ,n all ih,. guards
thai co ii.l bav< bi en placed, lv saya
thai bad lhe thdlans nol bebn Bgree-
-.ii.,,.  to lt*% up    to the InatructlonB,
there wahld have been trouble,     No
nunibwr ol guards oould have kept the
indi.ins a iihin I oundi
To thi ii    . red t, however, they "!l-
aerv. i  the  nil. ���  with    good  results.
They stayed right on the r-i erves and
ti ,i Mi-  11 Conni 11   u ��� i islet
|ants in evi r_  waj      The work ol fu-
tion and isolation wai effectively
carried  "'it  by  the Dominion offl.-'-rs
and  the Indians acted  in  a splendid
manner.
The ���nfon -i ���!    ri a- ,1 :i< ���     On  their
Virtus \v;is nol without lis good results also. in consequence ol ll
there bas been mon- land cleared m
the Indian reserve al Cowlchan than
there has !.<->-n any other year tor a
long time.
The Quarantine was lifted on all the
reserves   ome days  ago,  all  dangei
��� ini; passed.
I
LOCAL NOTES.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
II. L  DeBeck, former proprieto
Riid's  clothing  stor,-,  and  now   living
In   the  okanagan   valtey,   arrived   'n
the '' '> Saturday for a vtsli
Nu knowledge ol a reported wash
out on the C. l' R linos near Revel
stoke baa been receivi : ���:��� the l"''-'1
offlci     All train- arrived on time yes
terday.
Mrs.  K.  H    Bii-kiin. Of  IthBCa,  tt+m
Vork State, lias arrived at  the Rna
i^ll hotel, wbara ihe will remain dur
'ing *h,. summer with her husband and j
son
Tin 'Chin Melnnes," a large steamer
chartered to take a cargo of lumoer
to Australia from the Praser ltivi-r
uillis. is in the stream opposite Eighth
itreet, awaiting the departure ol one
'of ihe other boat* now at  tb ��� mil -
I
a full attendance Is requi ted ai
the '*��� Millar monihlj meeting oi the
W. C. T. V . to be held In tb Qt* - i
Avenue Methodist church ai 3 o'i ���
this afternoon This meeting nt to
have been lasi Monday, but was posi
���ron.-d . d account ol tin- boll'.
The rally of the Baptist Uhrt tlan
Cndeavor societies, which was to take
on Thuradaj afternoon, bai
cancelled.    The Baptist societl     hai
[arranged to bold their n nun In the
First Baptist church al Vancouver,
where R*v, Dr, Whitman, pastor of
tbe Fir-.i Baptist chun ��� ol Beatth
���-���.as :.i have add re ��� I tl m, and li
is his Inability to come tbat ba
caused   tb m    to  forego  their rail.
  Rat   Dr Thomas, former pastor of   I i
Jarvli Btreet Baptiai church, Toronto
T_ D   *1        O   AM  V       ,in<* at  i>re*.*nt  supplying  the pulpii
UOai-E, Bailey &IrlCl_ay of the First  Bapuot church In  v.i-
' *  oouver, will address ih- United Chrli
tlan   Endeavor   convention    Thai  ���: , ���
evening in St. Andrews ehurch.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Houses Painted
In Artistic Colors.
WALL  PAPER, PAINTS, OILS.  ETC
Agents Vancouver Vacuum Carpet
Cleaner.
.Front   St., Dominion   Truat   Building.
>++++++++++++++++++++++++++++��� +++++*++' >
j Ihe WWe Duty of a Watch |
IS TO 8HOW THE CORRECT  TIME   ALL  THE TIME.
IS YOUR  WATCH   DOING ITS DUTY?     IF NOT, CRAY
CAW FIX IT.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler '
DOMINION TRUST BLOCK
TO CUT OFF LEG TO SAVE
MURDERER FOR GALLOWS
Coluofbns, Ohio, May 30.���Ib ordi *
to sav,- liin life, physicians t<xia>- <i<-
ciii<-d it would be neceasarj to ampu
ta"- th,. i--fi leg of Joseph Weat ol
Dayton, who is to be electrocuted on
Jul'. 9. Th.* prisoner is sufferin-
from tuberculosis of the km--. Wesi
was convicted of murdering his sweet,
bean 1
.FRUIT   SHIPPERS'   STRIKE
IN   NICARAGUA   IS   BERiOl
New  Orli-ann,   May  :. i.    A   dispatch
Trom Managua,   Nicaragua a��yi thi
>trlko owr fruit shipments has prow:,
iintense     Bovera] eases of dynamlti
w.r-. taken  from  the  Lopez  Mining
Company  hy  the strikers   Many hav.
been poisoned.    Tbe steamers are all
tl* _  up to the docks and ar.. without
rn-ws,
Lever Brothers, Toronto! w_I srnd y>u
| frre   u   caki-   of   their   famous   I'lantol
I toilet   'oap, if   you mention   iliis  jni-r.
11
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
MiancheB throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England. New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico CUy. A genera)
banking holiness transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In   all parts of   the
world.
Savings Hank Department���Deposits
received In suiiib of $1 and upward,
nnd lnteresi allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $168,000,000.00.
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D, BRYMNER, Manager.
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Ten large lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, enly
$4200
Terms.
!| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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STORE
NEWS
FOR  TODAY
Attractive offerings ou seasonable and up-to-date
goods.   Many an interesting item which is sure to
prove of benefit to our customers.
Women's Stylish
Spring and Summer
Coats
Orat- ol HMKl.-i.it    j/rU-t.- winch p;.,v,-
their genuine worth through theli aa
v'.i���ability, made from plalu or striped
CaWn   covert     cloth,     and   high grad'-
if"-niuin broadcloth. Looae, _c*-n_i-
Bttlng and tight back*, atoo perfectly
plah) tailored styles, while other-, ���_���������
t',iili-i*-d   with   iwlf-atrapping   anj   but
Uni'    all slu-s,   ..' to II   fur ladle* and
ml bsb .' '������-     is.   Prices $eso, w..
and         ��10OU
Ladies' White
Cambric Underskirts $1 Each
Five doaen   iromena axtrs   quant)
white cambric anderakirta *ith a---;-
Oounoe finish,-, with    a row of   am
��� r.-il  frill  and  du  .   tufllv        S, 8
rial today, each 11-00
A Splendid
New Range of
Golf Jackets
Several new Styles lu Qu�� quaii'.y
gulf Jackata showing the iau-��t to
th��i_.i popular garment. f,rr woim-n or
ml_fu-a. No mor,. ��.��rvlceatile g"r
ment is In u*>. for ontdoor wear N��*w
Mtyh-a uliown are with full sIm'Vhs.
light fl'.tln* ruffs, plain vost. cuatan.,
I��lt��. p'x'latH. etc, CoIoi-b are aavy,
fray, brown, eanllnala and black and
w_ltH       Prloed  from   ..$3.36  to ��4.b0
Several Excellent
Cream Coating
Materials
I-id'.i-a,   uilaJi'ii' iitid  rlilldr.iij i. .,
lng   Baslarlala   Whtell   an-   proiini;   im
-   ���       ;  .; u.ir       \S ,- inrntlou - lea
of ih<- Uio��t ��4-r.    ���
< RKA'.I      l'\N \M ^,     p��-r     >..   i   ��Ot
a!*]       $1 OU
FINE CllhV.M UROI two wr-igli ��
I*t   ..ard   ..    75c  and  |1 0W
H--4Vt     .SKIi.-K       jur      yard    I'OO
and |ta
< UBAM uuxana   .--j yaitd      ��oc
ORKAM l.tSTUK. la plain or tea)
��*>-jh- per v��-d       J'jc io '!>c
COTTON BBDPORD txiitu OOA1
I MO 41 In ��� ��������'., will iu.' -.una*
-,-t     a   1     . . W>c
PAMCY   STKli'l     ;. .    raid,   *5c   to
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i iti. \ m   iik< nix i/> i h   pei   'k--i
...     ll.bO
OU- vm C \>HUi i.i    ,     yard  wc
I.. tOr.
Diagonal Stripe
Suitings $8.75 Per
Suit Length
S \  a/id a half yard  l��-nj.tti���  0| n>i
IhIi    up to date   (luinm'-r      MMtaft,    M
Innhas wid.. su wuoi  wnratad tim-*
-nd in cboic, htisavi o: r>��>^   brown
uud   '���'��������� u aud   blaek
50-inch Colored
Panama 95c Yd.
F'.ue even weave I'ansiua all wool
medium weight, hard finish iu navy
and brown only, pt-r ynr,|  .       ... t5c
A Snap in Victoria
Lawn 10c Yd.
Victoi ia lawn, 31 Inchea wi<|(- 01
ttn��', eveli wi-are, g��H>d Wrighi an��l
quality, unliable tits- i-hlUlren'.. dres��<)<
apron", ladlea' ibknu*.*, MO., H> pi**1**
only. Itegular TfthM II 1 2c Hp��
cliil prlre, per yiird W$
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE EOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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