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 PIRE
1N8URANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NgW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
SI MIlEll l-'l
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
WESTMINSTER, B. C, Tlil'KM  -.,   _| , .   ,   <;  MAy 27, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
WNCOUVER TEAM       muI PASTOR OWN    CLASSIC .VENT CITY COUNCIL WILL     [CENTEHHIAL PROJECT      CONViCTS^ AW AIT
MAY LtAVE LEAGUE   "Wj^Hiw   m n       C0lT pARKS    help_ bv bb aw.
j.- j; ists on Westmin-
g.d- playing Tecumaehson
jul\ 1, Con .Jones Quit.-.
y  little ItSJ
.'   :..   mill
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I   . dime bs,  a ��� ���
. star) Kyau, ,.f uas
,   man has  most  o.
. and ��� oi tel in.
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R  ii|   hu'.lny.
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du, untguL ^pj Qf m]
  Winnipeg     Eiectr e     Street
Immense Crowd Sees Eng-1 Votes Appropriation For Im-      contribute. $7coo to ths
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lish Monarch's Horse Capture Blue Ribbon of Turf.
i
mediate Work-Extension
of Lulu Island Bridge.
terprise.
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Minoru   King  Bdwai I a i.,it, won the ',ol
gram i.v isl  D
Only One Indictment Fails
Against Prisoners at Assize-Injunction Sought.
Winnipeg,    Maj    26.���The
  fair proposaJ has received a consld ra
I ble Impetus by a   beque leaned
ouncil dlacussed a nunK>er  Winnipeg   Electric  Rallwaj On        ill  of  prisoners   *aa  com-
renins���park    lm- in favor ot lhfc central oommitti    to      eti :    ���    _r___y at tbe spring assize
'     ~y.,     , ,     the sum cf $7000.   Toe board of d'rect-jbefore  Mi. Justice lrvinu.    aii    .er_
i pum ' ,      '���   -���    ���      ���    condition of the dyke ori ,��� ,,._. Wlnni,ts Kleclr.c ^way found guilty except _tcGeoch  ��������� -.,.,
_...  '  , "'���"-' trU-' u 1,U: oa    on Lulu .    -.id   i.-l th. Grants corner bnve from tin- suit been keenij inter- lordship intimated thai u,- ahouVw_a
r OI ""��� ���' ' ���    '  ��oe l    of K-i'.iy-cia.i K,.     , ,.s..f.d ln lhe project lor holding a een- sentence
���"*   . ��� - tbat  -ver  BtteMed Lui_ i_i_-,<  h,,^,. Uenmal exposition  here in   IM_,  snd [today.
Lulu   Island   B    ._
K  1*. * Ii     ,i i.-. lent ol the i   ��� r
lin th- early itage     :   h_  movement      As Tw
later,   Civil business begins
- ia> i sitt.ng Alfred -keiton
tween   April  7 and   Id.  He  wag  now
Indicted   with   Frank   B-SBOng   -id   T.
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lo u
III   t-a
��� .i  ih- Nee w\ esi
,   J. Ilig  , I,
- .  ����� 0   'I   )uu  hi .   ..
���   la'   ���' V'l   .       ���
:��� '���     hi   B       b ile   Th.   King s -
in,. ooJt I favorite foi  more * m ""��� """    gave -ne cou.. rte, i   unjersaod t:.a_jwa_ found gui'ty on thr,-.. charn �����. ot
than two weeks and ths victory waa aational Con ra - compan.   'Aro-..   ha ith.-.   wou:d support any undertaking sscaps  on   .e.iniary   24.   making    a
K eel ������ cheering.       b    firm, who ar��    uiidmg lbs   i-um ol ihi kind      a liberal konation. This .breach in his cell with intent to es-
i: third    nine thai  King island bridge, were figuring on the ** handaoaas donation .-. to eu towards'cape on .March 1 an! cutting the. _ars
Bdwai I gained  tbe great Dotty tension iwlng   span,   except  "������ espaagh* "f lbs organization cam- of his cell with a Himinar design be
���: ' '���'������ of Wales be won .   . $ Mt  boped'aagoua. '^P*
witn the famous Persimmon in l^o. tI,.,. w.,.;,i :,- completed a_ soon as:   Hon F. W Q Haur.ain. of R.:gi:,a. is
and  iti   U   be again   wa-.   ,<���.,.-.._.   possible
.���    .    *; '"  w,t:  :..- i,vn,on- jubiie.. ^  Ferebee. resident engineer  :n
Cbarge 0; Uu construction of the L.iiUilDK he -tated 'nat m common w.tn l breaking a board from the fence. W.
Island bridge on behalf of the .rigm- olber '-'iUz'-ns of Hegna, he b_d BeenlO. Mcyuartie prosecuted, and pnson-
'.'���'.. i :��� I] 4: Harrington, ol Ka:i- .deeply impr.Bi>ed ���> the delegation less wer. not defended. A. wiieaiier
._.. Cltj attended in committee with wbicb visited tha- citj recently. injw*atch<_ the casus for the lXrnunion
reference to difficulties which haa advocacy of the Western Centennial, jpovernme-t.
ati=-n  with  regard  to the Interpret*- He  aad   been   very   much   surpns._, Prisoners Convicted,
tlon  of specifications for the bridge, j11*1 *�� lar8. a r^Brese__gJBai ol to. |    After hearing the evidence the jury
jockey  .ja|1(,   ma.,<Jr   Hit:mated   that   the   cuy  leading pusini-fcs men ot the city had I found    prisons!! not    guilty.    Jame-
<-<r.ncll   ciild   no',   in erfere   ir" *������- n | taken so much tinv- to go throupi. uv-'Mal len, an escaped convict who waa
company " "       '    "
Jockey Jon��*.
'     NI"gl- ':'     �� ���       rl^-u   ������> victory -y
bad ah)   ootiiii  . Jockej     li     Jones.      The    event,  as
��� hi ur New We. v.- svs 01   usual,   ws    worth  |36	
.    .       winii    rou; '������'-', ther.   to      I/..-..-      -;..-.* b) W. Itapna-i and
.in    we   r. ��� 1 d  :     v ...-,   Btem, finished mo
pesa_-ki dat<h '""' -. expres  ng ond      William IV- owned  bj   u_a
n. .   ... irinre and a v.   m .    lelbam   an<i    ridden    by
in she city toda..     Bpe&klag o:  van-1 Mct_-och. other convic-.s at  the peni-
g  ous m_.uters to a reporter un�� unorn-  tentiary,  for an effort  to escape    by
a*
��. .    i,.  onlj cj en
���������  in   Mew
-   an   and wiab U ���          im, and
��� ��� ��� ��� liv-.-         ��� third
������ >.-���      Ws   *  ���' ���- -   '���'.       -.    U  ������-   Win --. .,   entrant.
���"���        ess   in           new calling, whicl   wai    heavily    backed  by ����'
-�����.,          i        preeenci Uneri         sntlngent, fell at Totting-
'���   g ��s ��iii             led, u aunng han, -         ..   and   ��i'li  thib  mistiap
;*-'    _t.   >,             b..-.-;.  wonue: ���-...���,.   an  Ain- rlcan    dollar    was lost.
' ���   I   '��� ��� vd   and ���;      ausa has bees T:.e di-tance of the rae,.- 1-- one aaa
'���-��� ui,-:.' ������:.������_     b-.     y _     many     k.- :
ihe International Contract eompsayjwwt on tUe '-rrand. and the fat* that |rem,,tured at Central Park on March
ani thi ��� ugisee at ti tg on beha'.r ot !tne>' had don��* u aa* a guarantee that 129, was convicted of escaping trom
tbe (it-     Mi   Ferebee said h_ w.ls m!11^ exposition w<;uld be carried to a-lawful custody.
.  ,   , w| u  v>V Idell 4.   tlar-|enccea_fnl conclus on.    The west. Mi.      Frank Simons stoo-i indicted for at-
_D oa  the matter     The  special jHaultaia be.ieved. would sustain   tne tempting ;o escape by concealing nim-
u.   commit ���-.-���  will   _.-.-   attention 'project  cordially,  and  would  reap a self under the floor of a tool house,
(-.ach colt carried l-b  u    -,,   negot ation- . larg^ share  of  benefit.     Few  of the! where he w*as discovered.    Prisoners
wn always fooa-J  pounds and <_< t. filly faced the bar- Lu|_ uiand Dvke. [thousands of tourists who would   be|explanation was .hat he went for a
occurred.    He
half  i: Hi -
Lulu   Idand   Dyke.
�� 1   We!   .'���   .���:   _   I
.   .* ���   '���:    *��� .-���
~.* ���...   - ��� itmisstsr  cul.  ti    re.
��� , ��� raiteea  '���*���' notll
��� ���     v..     Mar ,1    *
tv           ������.,.. -J to dn  ,-v. d'"_ '-'.a'.
Jr.           .   �� .tini -���  in  tl ���       .; -,.. i
��v isriM. ��i *. tha ll um* Usi
bud .-.. ���..':. as I
��� ��i>-l i ..lu-itv'ti   y^yim
:���'..
��� K P."�� B��t'k.����.
\ '  _       -.vi o!  Wsnu-daaasr's I Mortis ��n-i Wov��t C'r_u_ p��rfor-.4 To
iaani i ��� ���'�� Is :.-at..:- ited
uj        Ki>*_   *a     ���������-
, ,,, tel ,        s    Landd^d	
.,, .���., u | la yon a friend ���*!������   ��as ever willing ner with 121 pound*      The race Is tor ,     ���, ...._,,. ftJ_ receiTed from Ctty tn-  brought to tl__ city, would make Win-  rope, and  some delay
........     .,.,.,    ,   '    -*-' ������    r way possible. three.yna.-oMs. ^;,.. .  Hia, K::]an on the djrke on 'mm  stpeg  the terminus of their journey. ;wag found  guilty.
iSUer      lh"     tr -., m Bister Mages   we must say Royalty Traveia by Tram, i>la-, I   which under ternu of an agree- and the great majority would go out |    His lordship stated tbat before t+a*.
,,.   sew   .'.   ��� !' '������   u"'  ':",,J  '���Pons   thst prec-d- I      1   1   royal party had plann-d to go u ..    wlt,   delate Alexander Keren in  �� visit the farther west. The publicity  ing sentence on the convicts he wouio
.    ,. ban     ���  :, m       tbaa ampty )u-   to   '... course in attUnoUles, Out tho jt,,- was to tj,  .ra_.:t.rr.,i ;o the city  *bich the country' would get would Del like  further information  upon    tneir
' ��� '��� 1    tbsenl la person. |nda forced a change in the program ���, ..     oertsln   oonditlons   and   those enormous.    The   railway    companies history.
and they  went ty  u-aln       King  t_- c'       j0nb bare now b^u tuiniled       |��ere powerful enough to prevent a.i | Injunction Case.
*a:������!. accompnntnd by Qneen Aiexan-      '���.  p^-k^Bn reported tavor*wyon��� possibility.ot failure, antf if they w.rei   u*  j. wnne-ds ng>pned   to   mn
'ti ���   -���.: ii- on of the dvke  and MOOtn-18oUdl-f   -vhlnd  *��  Prol*ot,   lt  woum llordafalp for the continuance of an to-
1:      I d   some  '.hings 'as desirable  ��!�������� a ?re&{ access. 1 junction to restrain  trespass
be 1 atched. particularly the attack.
Of rod.-nts undermining the protective
works.
Saiperlntendc-nt of Works KurnesB.
��: ��� wai present, expressed his con-
currenee srttb the views of the *-n-
(Con'inu^d o_   l'ajee Seren)
DID ARtNA FAVORITES
RtTLRN TU ROYAL CITY
(Continued  on   Page   Slxi
j     - ���      C*ttl*  f>it ef Tl-iirtt.
1    Salnllo. Mex . Msy 26.���Thv (Jrough
in this state   and   tbrongboot   Dur-
anpo and Kusa is aerlo-ns    TbOSOSOOS
of cattle are dying of thirst and starvation      Kven   lf   the   rains     should IgtneeT, snd did not think there would.
JUNIOR LACROSSE
V U     I  ���
tar '������
\'**"' ���
.
that   WestmiiiBte.
I .,> a msanb -gainst
1   Jul>    1.   a  d. b    *      ���-
. .��r�� baa bei _ glvi a ����
. h*.ic.  ������:     ���. 1
���
.. nr
day   Jt   M&osy   ..quart���lla-cord
Attract, .ns in Every Lme.
I . .    1.    1 .reus      day    1:1    VI
:com��.  i��mn.  It  would   be  too  late  to
(save tin- cattle, as the gras�� has tc-ti
burned off
ti-   any .linger so lone as the water ,
(Continue! on  Pag. Three-,
Inyi later defend  uaa niion wil
r. and the Norn-- an1. Row.
, ,_   ���  .
....     v    M - ; v. A
-   wa* 41m. ������-���.-.
m lows     I   wil  :-k<- 1   sxtrnlng ���-
RUSH WORK ON REBUILDING   PHOTOS OF SIWASHED ARMY
NEW ROSS-M'UREN MILL  MAY BE HUNG IN BARROOMS
ll   .       tuiwli :��� r,  .      '.-     ' . ���....,���
P'.ant Recently Destroyed at Bamet to
Be Replaced Within a Short
Time.
B I    ��t   edUll    li Of   I ...      1  ihi Ughl  om- oa    ���
tru��te��'   ot   -.!*.���   kUntol^   s;,- ������.  ���
thought >���' 1st)  1 >" IThere will
���   and   it i�� ion ns     ... ���  ....   n  	
I    ���   l _ en   del d tel)    * ttled      T��i.   per
Lou a '' .1      rsngi-i and wnmei 1 McLaren  people
Uu  1... ��� -i. . ���:.    ,...,   ��� .   us..ne,1 ,.��� ...  North Pacific Lumbal C
recomp.    ��� ���       snagemea     not    -lanppoti     ��� ��� ���������    ..������-    mill was burn,,!
Hotel  Men See Only One Way of  Precluding   Possibility   of   Indian
L.sterj Buying L>quor.
This was the case of Endersby vs.
! Ross, ir. which It was stater! the par-
ities constructed a wat.rcourse run-
Ining Into Mud Bay. Delta Munlcipal-
I ity, for getting out logs. This water-
C. U. Mil _ nDAVfll IIP course ��t- approach*, by a road 00
jljllLUliL-   UlAWI.  Ul   the east line of the N   i_    luarU-r ot
iSectlon 1. Township 4.    Plaintiff wtsb-
���  |ed  to  restrain defendant   from using
Ithe Toad with his teams, claiming tbat
F rst Gar-e WH Take Place on Tu��*- [he used more teams on the road than
be i ad arranged In an agreement, tnat
he had ceased to be entitled since
April last to take out logs from an adjoining section of land, and that the
day Eveiing at Moody Square���
West  End Officer..
i
��
.   .md 1-x.x-ni. \    trip   ���.. :. ���  be ti iianicu   nun.:'   ...    are In --*ui-h a hurry to tv
willing that im . ��� . . -. oouncSI to see tbat - . d tha thej havi set s ��0_a*
... ;i..- west*-- monej tlu. (vmlatkMH tor oaretnlly kaivtng time ilm;t on the contractor who win
',',', ,,,,������.. it. ,, . 1 condition ar. ob> rsmova v., J00 tons of old Iron from
served Tha watering of .-uch an tb, mint ot thi tiomer property.
, a ii m small mai ��� . and spsau.1 a Qoldherg ot Vsnoonver stMfted ���
. . -,. are being made b> tlw wa- (large gang oi msn ai work thu mom
terworks    swjerintsndeni    to   BSppij ling removing ihi  debris    As soon as
ion,, section Ol  this work is complete-.!
IwOTkmen  for  in- mil] company  win
u       utlng  in th,- foundations
SPECIAL C   P   K  RATES The  new   mill   Will <c  one  of    Ole
EXHIBITION   InrgSSI  and H-OS1 on ".  coast    li ts
1 \....'.-! to u- readj for operation in
. , ,,,s   leni than nlnetj daj   ti .m the iMne 01
C   H  i*w.-r. asslstani V -'    ...,,���. ,���lk
I the C  I   iv bas s 1	
provincial
jaunt, altbongh ue
,   -.   \hn-   im   t.
nn  wlii-u lbs  West
.   Montre*] afti ���  1*
I     .'���    matebse    wer,   ��c   1
: 11 ii,  ..1 ti,    areefc, tne
.-.<.���  in   gli"md��,   a  OOSt
(mtn   tli<.  < it.   cn-
��n.i    1 ���    wn��    taken   '���'-a tn.
���... ,���iic*    ibould   cm
��� .  n  |_  1   Mbedule.
.-,   veil   different  n->w
���lutes  interfere entl
!'��� i'     bsdoia
' "   westernen        Westminster
...   ,-an   piotssi
prwiou*   mn.
Loudon.  May  26���The dlfflcultj   01
Ireoognixing   those   who   arv on the
prohlbi . d  liquor list,  the number b -
ling t...... ..  .���'"  has aroused an ... t.i
tlon '.;���   the hotel men to be supplied
wi-.h pbotoa of ..ll Indian listers
License laspector Gaipin Envois it
and the agitation is likely to *-nd in
all hotels being supplisd with a pic-
turv gallery annex
tl em
FOR   PROVINCIAL
ATTRACTIVE BOOKLET ON B. C
ISSUED   BY   GOVERNMENT
bo m���,i, the worse ****** �������" *
i,.n ... th,. mansgei 01 in
. .   ..on   iti,m.   W    II    Kv.v     '   a'   I      1
���.,'..,-'m.,',  been   a comepondwica ��vi, tbe Win
���*"������ m  ,,-   offices     with     i.lenn.v   to  ui"
��� ""��� o*��>        ��� "  '-':. J   , ,  fo. ib -viv.-v
,   toria      The compan   ol
,".Tto WeSatn^i    ��-  '
11   r   nni  Win rta ��u��
'                        '       n���.   .i.-ka.Y..MM,i-...'.h.   rate,
"'"na wa. ti. l|,   ';".,v.  ,,,.    v,,,���.  ,.    winni
AMBULANCE
Long needed  Vehicle   Now  Available
Cost   About  $600.
The department of the interior mis
pti l.r-h.d a neai little booklet on British Columbia  an.ier the u-.ie "Canada's    Western    Heritage       It deals
jwith the farms, foreata, Baheries and
'fiuit growing nf the Sunset province.
The comparisons are mainlj with out
(Country conditions, and the vies Is u
h.is   arrivi 1 in;.rest    reliable   wofkingmen   trom
u  ii.i.-   >  n Great Britain to settle in the banner
road was private property and had
not been gazetted. Plaintiff bad bee-n
The schedule of the City Junior Ui- informed by the Delta Municipal
���..-ase League has .een made out dv council the road was a private one
Fred. Lynch, who - supervudnj toe k. L. Re., K. C for defentian*., pro.
Vague, it having been left in his duced the B. C. Gazette for 18.2, in
hands by the senior club. lhe three which a 4-ft. road north to south was
teams entered. West Eud. Last fciid | provided for. and under these circum-
-u ! Sapperton. have each been given .-.ranees his lordship sail h>- could not
a doz.u of Joe Lall>"s gift junior la-.continue the injunction unless it wa��
crosse sticks, these being promised to shown defendant us��d more 'han the
the ti-. _ t three juuior clubs to organ- (legal road allowance
ize.      As  yet  no  cup  or  other prize
has hwa   off-red to    tboa_  hmsiung
Brst at tbe end 01 the season.
Thv schedule fai as loilows.
June 1���Bast tnd at West Eni
June 8���West End at Bapperton.
Juno  15���Sapperton at East En;i
June W���Weet End at Sapperton.
July   .���East Eud at  West  Lud
July 13���Sapperton at West End
Jui\  80���East End at Sapperton.
Jul;.   _7���West End at  East End.
Aug.  .I���Sapperton at  Last  End.
The West End dub has elected the
following  officers:       Hon     pr.siuent.
A. Kellington; president. Hartley Battson.  seoretary-treaanrer, Louis bang-
ster.   captain,  Frank  Battson;  executive committee, James  Burr.  Roland
illl;a>-    and  Phillip    Sangster.      The
captain of the Last End team is Bert
Watson, _ml of  the Bapperton,  Lus-
tace Glllanders.
SOCIAL.
STILL  WORKING  FOR
ANTIPODEAN   SERVICE
11..  . n>    ambulance
from Mi t, r. .1 .    wher 1
WUI  man.11...lured,  and  wUl  be strain   ���   province.     Thete Is a uihhi wrlteopj
of the citv Uven si ';,i'        ���   of tbe N-w Westminster district, prin-     Ottawa
trad.-    and    cominv ve
Mav   :<-
The  mintste.  oi
Sir   Richard
P   D
"It
Members of R. T. of T. Enjoy Plaaeam
Evening's Entertainment.
The uiembe-B of the Royal lem-
plais ot Temperance held a pleasant
social last night in tbe - O. O. .'.
ball, which was decorated lor the occasion. A nun_.er of tba nr-moers
of the Boys' Brigade Of '-he society-
were present. The evening openxM
witn a program as follows. nano
duet. Misses Thompson; vocal solo,
Oeorge Bun; reading, Miss Bertna
rhompson; duet, Miss J. Burr and
Miss Heinbrough; piano solo. Miss
Ed.th Thompson; voca: duet, Hiss
Harris aad Miss Bertna Thompson;
.ol... Mi.-s Edith Thompson. A social time after the program was ^I1-
Joyed, and refreshments served, cake
twiiig furnished by the ladie-s, ana
inn. by ths gentleiinu The junior
council and boys' brigsd. of K. T. ot
T.. aud the senior council, will hold S
j<nut enieriaintiivtit on  lune 16
WAR  WITHOUT   NOTICE
EXPECTED BY EARL
R"��*, Eat-.:
you   compel
'���currier,. t0 pUy Ju|y  ^ |) will mean
Vancouver  from   the   British
Went.".niter   and
itociatlon    which   will   kill
dro
Columbia   _,__	
'��woaM   ��� thl% c,,y '
"July 1 hat been recogn.xed ��* ^
v aver Day aince the organ.ration k
" ''" hr���� lacroati aasociation twenty
"'     .ii).
��� ���������������������������������������*���
+ Stock  Yard*  Atire.
���
e
e
���
WhMO Hw-
al| are im-M
CON JONES.
anag��r  Vancouver   Lacroaat   Cub.
Whafa th��  Hurry?
1 M.iamitioii of ih.- Tsonmssb ���
'   for   llios,.   p.irtli'illni'   diit.'S   is
Tlu- Indiana are achsduied
1 in.in, nam,, ugaiiiai Cornwall
iinr   19       Their   11.xt   martoh   >s
'' I   lie Toronto,, on July  10,   rhla
thr i,M,   wneka  wtuioui  ���'+ + + + + +
"f any sort     Why, out of tftoaa
,""'' weeka, only tlir.-e dMTi are M"11-
1  t,iierr|e'ii    \ir.ivcs    loi   chain- |0(  th,,  BSOOnd
,'",lsl.|i> muii-ii,w naaastb undsrntnnd-
''"���   following   piiiveis   an-   BW*ed
;ll the Teciiliia,..),s this year    Tor
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Chloago, Ma> 18 -A general
alarm of -rs has bean tnrned
in from tha Behwnrsoniid &
Bulabergar packing plant at tn-
siock  yards.       The    plant
iliples     Illl      llllllK'tlSi
coveting two blocks.
Ths tiiv brobs oui i" tha low
faotorj Bverj avsllsble *������
ongtns was cull.il to Uie sc,nr
b\   ri'iM'iin-d cul.*.
Five hundred men and . "**
w���r_ working iti the bniwmg
names oursl out, DUX
have escivpit-
��� Neighbors Carry Injured Man
Forty-Three Miles in Litter
oc
building
e
:
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^ DttlgbbOriy spirit of the west was well
^ exemplified In the Eagle lake district
+ a short  time ago. when  Donald Man-
��� roe,  of  Mirror,  was  serious.y, and  t>
��� iwiLs thought, fatally injured by tailing
���
e
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_jnssbs this >',lir
Kitiaman, Oriffiths, Qraydoa, vw*>
i';"1*   h.tis. .inf-iii.--.  Rawntree Uteen,
' '   v
Kin , ���
'���'   ' 1 V
Jardine, Rowntree
Stroud,    (iiWicf.   UalbTWth,
Whitehead, Durkln, Adamson,
fro
Prognottlcstions.
uie a  few    fon-cusis  culled
1 ���'���'-' ea lei-n Dswapnpora oa 'be re"11"
gam.',    based  tn   ���'>
showing of tho two toama la '">
'*m c��nm.   Ex��0.er��tion*
The uu?11 -h was the tu'st .ver tuayaq ilmt that bla only possible chime* rest
for tht.
(Continued on  P*9* 8lx'
BaakntOOn, Sask., May 26 ���The tint' ,nuui.   us cnufoi table as possible and
the strung.' procsaUon started, ihe litter bearers relieving each other us
they tramped their way across the
prairie The trail is rough In some
Pl.icos, crossing Kaglv Hill creek in
QM place with a sharp rise, but tbe
ktendy tramp continued except when
the condition of the patient made a
tvsi necessary.
CoWen- was reached after two Hay's
weiiry trump and the town roee to the
occasion, the men composing the party
found that their money wouM not last
and while they stayed In Coblvnt they
wwo the guests of the town.
Dr. Burrows was the Coblenz surgeon, who, at his own expense, drove
from' Coblenz to the scene of the accident. On arrival at Coblenx, be
aad Dr. Peter-son Of Saskatoon, successfully peifoiin.'d un exceedingly
difficult Operation, which involved the
removal of a fragment of bon_ trom
the _rok_i vertebra, thus reltevinK
the pressure on the spinal cord. The
patient w��s under ether for about two
and a half hours, and awns out quite
strongly.
.11- to renew tbe contract, but the
Australian government is not tavor-
alile. It is expected, however, that
an arrangement w-ui bs reached shortly whereby tlie service will be continued  foi   another  tei tn.
lown a well, fracturing the spinal
vertebrae and breaking a Ibg,   A phys.
icluti from Coblenz heard ot the CSSS
and at Ills own cost drove to Mirror. B
distance of 43 miles to sty what he
could do for tho Injured man. Another doctor hud been summoned before and hud done what he (Xmid *>r
ihe Injured -"an, but the Coblenx _���_*-
hist 1 _i.lun is a specialist In spinal disease.
Hil \ diagnosis showed that there was
some hope for Mr. Monroe's recovery
Mi,,t��� cm. to the coast,  and V,.- on his being taken to acme place
M",u ' ._  ._.. Wlrnlnf :_.,,_ V,.. ._,..!..  ��..   Ut,
as
un-
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de-
ano
bim
A litter was constructeo,
to Coblenz.
Will Get No Monopoly.
Ottawa, May 26��� The application of
the Williams Quarry company, ot
Winnipeg, for a more favorable rate
on stoue than is given the other com
panles has been 1- fused by the railway commission. The company claimed that It retjulred only a ten m'le
haul, while other quarries required ����
to 40 to reach the Winnipeg mark.
Thev wanted rates fixed In proportion
The decision was that In the caee of
coarse freight ths distance is not the
only factor, and that to grant the application would -ivan giving one company a monopoly of the Winnipeg
stone market.
Preston  is  Busy.
Victoria.    May    2b���Acconllag    to
news brought by the Aytneric. W   T
R  Preston, Canadian trade commls.
sioiu-r to Japan. Is closing his ortk'iai
services there with an ensrgstlc cam
palgn  for Increased direct  trade  be
tween Japan and Canada, In the oonrSe
of  whieli  he  delivered  au especially
strong iiddr.ss  before the    Bhlsuoka
Commercial Museum on May i.
Winnipeg, May 26,���War without a
uiinutev notice is what ihe Earl 01
Clanwllllam expeota. The Lari, in
company with the Ooontess of Clau-
williain, is spending a couple of days
in Winnipeg on his way to the Pacific
coast
The war that the earl exp. cts win
take place between England and Germany Germany, hs says, only awaits
a favorable opportunity 10 pick a
quarrel with Englund and they win
let loose the do*, of war without no
tice of any kind. England '��, however, awakening to the crisis and M
prepared for eventualities.
Brandy Cnocotatea Again.
London, Ont., May 26��� Peter Man-
das, who runs a Greek caady atore
here, will appear on Saturday to answer a charge of selling brandy Cbo
colates. Government Inspector Ayearst
and Provincial Detectives Champagne
and Coorian will g<r�� evidence, in the
case.
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PA(T_ TWO.
TITE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY. MAY ?7
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   KENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If - ri-an had gold dollars to sell at fifty cents and did  not  let the people i-now anything about it. he would not sell any.      You must tsl|  the  people what you have to sell, why they should   purcii.,,,    (r,,���.   y0(j    ^
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of us have got  into the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time In business everyone must of necessity iviovv all a_n
wares.      Ise the advertis ng columns of The Duly  News and  keep abreast of the times.
d our
WHY    REMAIN    BINGLBT���We can
find a congenial life companion for
anv respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver
FOR SALE PIANO, ALMOST NEW,
Will sell for bargain aa parties go
ing east   Address P.O. Box I I    '
WANTED.
WASTE!' TO PURCHASE BOX OK
carpenters or millwright's tools Ap
plv with price and particulars '-���'
H. G., P 0. Drawer 89, LtaiF -v *���*
Offlce
FOR  BALE   IMMEDIATELY,   :   PIA
no (new i, 1 childs co: (iroa., and
mattress, l holler, wash tub I toilsi
-a, i get tiat irons, two oosen
qua is a sorted fruits, two dosen
, ��� , ���-. -- al< rs, :: table lamps i wash
hoard. . bull ���eye ouggj lampa, Applj  731 Twelfth s
W    F    FALE8,   THE   ITUMlilii: COOKSLEY'S        PICTURE        POS1
Dealer, Upholaterer and Undertaker, card    an   on  sale    .it   II    M
tgnes .in i McKem Stationer)   Store, J, i;   Qamon
!      ie 176, night call- 81 .1 mn, f  Mai   i
���                                                unl    I'h.-  Fai-v Columbia    "
LAND   RgQ j     "-*
0ALV1N, LADIES    -ND MEN 8 TAI
\ i.. �����  line of spring suit-
-.   in     Button -taking  pres
11   SU'li   v
Q     .
WANTED���TO RENT, A MOLMOKN
house With one acre or more ground.
fruit trees, etc., nea. tram l.ne
*\\iji lease for on,-- year, or m:gnt
boy if price and terms are right.
Give full particulars first letter .1.
W, McMahan, 1017 Park drive, Vancouver. B. C.
FOR    SAFE ��� BPLEND-D      LARGK
lots in  Bapperton    almost  cleared
close to car line, on  :he ���
of  |2S down  and  $".  a  n.  n   i       t_
McGill,  Phone   Ft  v   Box 395.
GROCERY "
PRINTERS.
FOR   THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  ORG
pbone m     The Pure Food   WESTMINSTER PRE88 FOR BVEK.
K lid  Of    j..:.   ; ilntiiin,        as     ..
rsasonsbls prices,  Phons 18, i'  0
boa  iu      Old I Hai I >-  News  block
Slxtb  stree:
of  Uu
..    .
ni Mission    .
. .i'i RA      IMi ..K,   ration ��� :     .     ;.,*,;,
i
il.
THEATRES.
i Grocerj, P. 0   Hox 811
LAND   SURVCYOR.
N    DRAPER.   B   C    LAND  si it
no     : i:l ..   ;   :.|o< k    New     \\ e-t
minster.  1!   C
REAL   ESTATE.
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply mornings. Mrs.
VYed   Lynch. 23 Columbia street.
WANTED���CURL TO HEU' IN
general housework Mrs. P. i_i-
dham. Third avenue and Fourth  st.
WANTED���HORSE IN EXCHANGE
on piano Address P. O. Box 703,
New  Wi-.'.minster.
WANTED���GOOD  DRIVING   HORSE.
Apply to J. E Co.dw.-n,    l'he fair
Columbia 8treet.
WANTED���Girl to as-sist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
8lxth etreet
FOUND.
FOR BALE���Twenty-flvs acre farm oa I
Eraser rfver, S miles from Westmin
ster;  500 feet deep water frontage
nt   $150   per  acre.       This   is   wortn
looking  at  as  property  ilose   by  is I
selling at H00; not as good land and
no w-ater frontage.      Cook  &:  Ro_s, j
Front  street, opposite Market.  New !
Westminster.
FOR SALE���TWO    AND    A    HALF ;
acres of land.  l-_  acre i-oar-d  an".
planted   w-i-.h     fruit     tr. .*s   on   the j
main Port Moody road   _ miles from
Westminster   postoffl,.;   permanent
water, for $450.
FOR SALE��� TWENTY FIGHT-ACRE ;
farm  land.     12  cultivated;   good   '* i
room   house    and     barn   on   Eras--: |
river, 600 feet deep water ROStnge,
Wharf    on  property.    4   miles  fr.'in |
Westminster   close to railwiiy uack-
age,    store-.,  pos     otbc -.    etc.   Mr
Jis^ cash,    balance    3  years, or
$6500.
ARCHITECTS.
LAUNDRY
ROYAL   �� i l'Y    LAUNDRY,     ROI u.
Avenu,. and  Blackle    streel       For
Just one WSSh more WS will wash
curtains and blanki ts fOr 85c poi
pair      Take advantage of this.
CO,
Ageata
propert;
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout Ths Ka-hion Sta
hies.
WHITS.   SMILES   ic
Baal  Batata and Insuraaos
Cty,   tarm   and   muiurbnn
260 Oolmnbia ��tri �������.
TO  RENT  rUR-BSRED   SIX   ROOM
modern   house,    Fifth    avenue  a- n
Vsnoonvsr oor tos- ��2f> per m..stn
TO  RENT -FOURTH    BTREET   it-
low Thir.i    gvsaos, 8-room modem
COttnge; r-'M $21 per month.
To   REST    FTVE Rl. .;. H ll BE UN
Prince* BtreOt ;rent $S pnr montn.
. MINS I FU
w\   N   Cart |   .'..a* a. ��� ���    Ml
Rys      Drug Bton mr tbnt certain ps
and premises . ���
THE  EDISON  THEATRE    CORNER   lo  : v    [)
Oolumbla  and  I Igbtn      Hlgb-eln_s  ,,. ,,     ..
,   ������.      Illustrate, aongs   '"
p   gram chnngnd Moeday, wrdtir* ,.���..,
.- j Friday * ttb+4 as L
_.
*SM   quarter  Ol   Sect ,���
* 17
WOODWORKING.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
MACHINE   WORKS.
HALF BROS   & CO. LTD  FS
tate  and  iDsnrnaos   Phnn-  888   1*6
Columbia street, P 0 d.-aw,-r ion.
THE  S.'liAAKE  MACHINE  Wn   Kb, v���HnTT & MYDK  (V  ���  0  ABBOTT
Umlted. Front street.    No-  ��m- Propn-tori     H._ ostate. Insnrnncs
mlnst'r     M*nufacttirerS of modern ,0,n,  netuim ,lu!,Ur  ponveynnew
saw  and    ahlngle    mill   machinery. _(, (v��� 1T_h,.  .,.rr,.,   ,.   ()   Uo_  ...;
Ml!;- plants   and   ��pecificat:ona   prepared.
Phon.
W.  D. GOODFE-JLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14.  Dominion Trust block.
FOUND���L-YDY'S GOLD CHAIN AND-EDWIN  G   W.   SAIT,   ARCHITECT���
cnarm. Owner can have same OQ
iiaying cost of this advertisement.
Apply  News office.
LOST.
LOST���IN OR NEAR THE POST OF-
fice. Purse containing sum ot
money, post office box key, etc.
Finder kindly communicate with G
P. O. Drawer 29, City, or to Uie
Daily News.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO    LOAN��� PRIVATE  FUNDS.
L.  N , city.
ROOM8 TO RENT.
ROOMS  IN  THE  PYTHIAN   BLOCK
to let in 6uit-s 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.
Gtrirhon  Block.    Telephone  33.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
ITHE    PE.-RSON    ELECTRIC    CO.,
dealer.-: ln electrical machinery,
fixtures and .upplles. house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc Bank of Commerce building,
phone :.:i. P. O. Box 928.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmenta] tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia  street.   New  Westminster
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES
Ltd . Burna_y Lake���For healthy,
home grown fruit trec-a phone 4io
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested se^ds. tree?, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 WSSfllllSBISI
road. Vancouver, and bnuicli nursery at South Vancouver.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
ARTHUR    O'CONNOR,        POULTRY
breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. Box 425. Pure-bred Cockerels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and B'ltf Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Write your require.
ments.
EGGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per sitting of 13 Hans Voglsang. poultry-
expert,   926   Keefer   street,   Vancou-
l    ver, B. C.
PAPER   HANGING  A  DECORATING.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, R(M)M
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltae;
house painting, kalsomming, paper
hanging and decorating Sixth
street.   New   Westminster
SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF B C.
���P. B Brown, rosnsger, P O Box
IM,   phon*   ",24.
TEN ACRES K7V.: MIFFS I* KOM
town, one Bails Irom new car line.
six acres cleeired; 6 room Ivou-m-,
barn.       F^r*-.   $22^.1    t<T*-i��
SUBURBAN HOME. TBRJB LOTS
all cleared and in | ird<-r. -. mom
house, stable, chicken hou iss �������!
��hed.   eight   minute,   from   <l'>   nr
line, good w-'ii   troll tress   $1*...
half rash
'Mr-ADAM A IRWIN. COLUMBIA ST..
opposite   th-      POStOffloS,      BOf    B.'4.
phone 498. Heal ������ntnte and insurance, mosiey to Ioaii i'all snd BOS
��ur list of city, inbtir-.sB and f��rm
property hefor. purchasing 0++
where.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING   ''���   �����othwssl    quart
('.        Uk,   ..fflir   an!   BtOrS   hltlngs       .   -���    ���
. i      ���    .-.ur,    ahowcaass, manteu tion  M   Town nip        t
isu    ��..i    iMalgM and e-t. watt hnU of northwe.1
i irnlshed     J    Brooke*,  pro ,
;: rks: O mea  Besenth '"ri    '    rownshlp w. t ,
and car im��     P 0 bios ::.t. Pbona "f '���' ���>'> half of aootbrs    ,
4V' Sl '. Township 1"
You aa i tboM .- ������
under   yon   and  all   pet
i  i. 0 7    \mity LODOI NO II       *nr ,n,':'*'. -d v.-
The   reguUr   nieetinjt  of   thl*   lo-tRe   ,,f   ��ny   unn . - ��� it. is_
at- held la Oddfellows   ball. Colum    y-   ,��� r, ,_t   , . ,���,,..   ,
bla   street,    e-rer,    Monday   <n-nln��;     . ,. , .      .
at  ^ o'clock     J��.   Fsrgn-on. SOWS   !h" ""; ���*''   '* "��� ����   '
grand     W   .'   Caiham   r-c   srej      .Do! PaBWsWi uni"r ' ���   ���   ,,���
 Jthe    Land Hi-nlstry Art     _-.
ROOT OF OOLUMBLA LODQI NO
115. Sons of England I) 8 Bad
Roi*e     I x-itrtsp   meets    second   snd
fourth    Wadaasdny of .em month ,1*'���, nt -^ <���"< pnblienti.       ���_
In  K, of  P.  ball. Aan's sir-et   at  ��
p m        White     !{��>*��   I>e|r,r��se   tourtti
to  ronte*<   the  claim  Of  tbe  tax ps.
cl.asi-r within f.rrty Bvs  j i
BOtlOa  upon   )nu   aaa  -n d . .   ��� tf ��
rarcm  or  rsn-tiflrat, v.asi
Wedassday    tn each    mourn, asas  hHt)). fl;e<j wllh)n ilKh   ���ri ,    u
time  an.)   place       Vlsltlna  brethren i     ,    .
cnr.ii.il,   invited     Oeorgs   BoweU.r4^"1* ����� '^"^   ��� ���*�����
pr��s :  11   frtnoey, airy
| tlon. yrm and >��ih of yov  ��.     ��� !'.'
lever  i-��tnpp-d   and  r|eh��r-- -���   '
A. O   U   W     FKASKR I-HS1E MO   3   ,
-Mee.m,. th.. f.r.t. nd tMrd _��  "M "f *nr r" m to or ln r'--
day In swob  month     Vi.ltlnn tiritu l"-' ����'-d !��nd. .nd 1 si - ler-N
ren    cordially    Inrtted    to    attend ; corporation   of  th,.  Tovaablj   . ��� Duly *.��e  rOOm.   A   0   U    W   hall   < KM    (r'.c!   of   MMelllB   an   BSmei   '   '���'   I
fellows'   -IrK-k.  C'lark��^n   Street
fe.'
COURT  HRINETTE. NO   409.   I OK  ;     And I hereby direct ���'.����� it
Meeta tba taarti    Friday    In    thr   ,,f  _|__b   notice    fr>r  thirty    davi a ��
'!i':n'^,V, .,"   �������*_.ta   '^   ���W*"'<l.lly   newspaper     publl  ... <     -  V'
hall, o-i He.'nwr block ,,. *
- \v e��ttr.ln��ti-r  will iu, irood    isi IB
FRATERNAL   OEMR   OF   BAOUfiB,   rUnt   serrlre   IbSrSOf
Aerie  No    M      Meet, every  Tuemiav ,      p^^ ^   j^   BsglStl.   I - I
even lag   at   I     .HI    In      lbs   Htnlr*    _.._ __.     .....    .
ball. Columbia street     a nark. *,    ���**�� WS^MBudOf. prsvtoes el
I.e.,   H    Schofieiri    ��e<-Tet..rr OotUaMt, th!�� ��th day . f   |   ���      V   P
U'S?
PROFESSIONAL
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    &    CAKE
Tickets,   .1    iriealn   for   l< HOBBS
c-n.klng All white luoks, no Orients] labor smployed Oixrn day snd
nigh'       OppesltS mini  00_M
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AH
����>rlation.   Lord   of   the   I'lew    lump
Lf]     M'-'ts  on   -he   flmt     and   third
Tnssdaj of every month in k  of i*
ball       CbtSC,  W   Squierlaad
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS ROYAL CAFE (Mrs Archer proprl.-
te��� and _>licitors, Btackls block, I tress) Fo ir ooarsss, consi>ting or
(Y)lumhla Htreft. New W ��� simlnst.-r. j Honp. fl-h . i'.l.-d Satrss or roas',
W. J.  White-lde,  H.  L  Edmond.. pnddlng  nr   ; le.  tea, coffee nr milk
0   '.   F    BOYAL    CITY    LODUI
MO Me-t��    in    oddfellowii-    hall
ColtUnb a  utreet    every  Friday  even
ing ��t i ocloek    vuiting bretbfea
Will bs made welcome  g   F.  IHltSy,
N    Q ;    C     I   OabOTM,    P   0,   record
inj sscretary
0   S   KEITH
District Ri-cl^*--.
Tn   Henry   MsOStry,   M��-I.   K" * *
L    H     Mershnn       Inhn   M thrMU    I
TVasT an i willl.ni Menl
LAND  ACT.
Coenoa   Land   D strict
District of Outer Cri.nolte  Sound
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, also one small one. Term.
reasonab'e. Apply 287 Victoria
street
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
a   HAMBER,     ACOUNTANT     AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Convey.
ancer, Room 14. Guichon block, New
Westmin-ter.      P. O   Box 795.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MFRRY __ CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Biackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable (or horses. Horses
for sale       Rsferenoe  furnished
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYIJNG, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begnie st,
opp, Wind^or Hotel.
WADE. WHEALLER A MoQUARRIK
(F. C Wade, K. C. A. Whssiler, W,
G. McQuarrie i, Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143). and ths Vancouver of
flee is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers.  40S  Hastings Street  we-t
GFORGE   E    MARTIN,  BARRISTER]
and   Solicitor.     Gulchon   block.   0O��
lumbla    and     MrKenxie   St..,   New i
Westminster.  B.  C
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public Curtig
block, ciarks'in street, opposltg ':'"
Court House P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
nUEE-tAN BUNT1NO, ROOM i,
Gulchon Mock.      P. O. Box 694
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
lctt.-r��.    etc        ProTlni ������    offlce,  Co
lumbla streel      Pbona ^2.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
Inetede the Union  l>t>dg��'.  No   J. A
F   and A   M     King Solomon  1/>l��e
No   IT.  a   F   and  A    M. .   L   d   L
No    11.0;   L  O   I*.  NO   IMI;  Conrt
Sa;.perton.  No.   4����T  I,  0.   F.J   C   U
F     Court     Wi-tmlnster      No    :;,10. :{h# __.,,  (,fl(1 ()f  ,^wj.   ���:and   tsssCi
Brotherhood   ���f Owls    .Sen-   No   29    ^^h^-iy   Pasterly, ��oo herlj ani nr*
BOARD of TRADE���NEW WEBT u:riy ^d "*_?fl/_ ',��"""'": ','���
nster Board of Trade ma+U in UM sh','rp _f*] ��nmnJ ,hPB1l" " '.. "���v
��rd room   city Hall, m follow-    C_��I  "f ooaanisoeement,    eos
Take  notl.e thai  l)   B   ISOO MS,
Vann.irer, occuiKitlon  lbee| '
infnds   to anply   tot   piiiiuleslaa
' "nt1 ''mm*,, ih-  toUosina    dsssrtoi i ant
Commencing  at  a  p<>��t   pl��nt*l
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WS BUY AND SELL FURNITI RE
and all kinds of new and second
hand goods A BpSOk, near Trum
offlce.
ml
board   room.   City
Third Thursday    of    n*rh    montn.
qnarterly    meting    on   the    tmra
Thursday .of February,  May,  August
and   November,  at  8  p m        Annual
n-.f-e-lnr.ii  on   thm third   Thursday  of
FSbroary      Now   member,   turn    bs
proposed and sleeted nt ��n\ month
I) or cjunrferly asstlng 0 _
Stuiir   Wa I", secretary
(jO'i   acTVn   more or  less
Staked   Vpril   Ith,   19  .
OLE B JACOBSON
IT   PAYS  TO   ADV.RTI.E
-IN-
THE        DAILY N I W I
HIGHER   CLASS  IMMIGRANTS.
Commissioner   Scott   Anticipate,   Bet
ter Settlers Than Ever Before.
Ottawa, May _.;.- in. outstatning
feature of this year's Immigration will
bo tbe improved Duality of the immigrants and the inUux lrom the ' nited
Suites," stated Mr. W. B. Scon, commissioner of Immigration, today.
"March returns showed a 7 per cent,
increas. over last year, but Uie tlg-
iii_.-> lor April, while no- ji-t COtDpli te
Indicate this will be considerably exceeded. The rush to Saskatchewan
and Alberta from the Western States
is wholly unprecedented, winii- many
ar,. going to Prlnc(. Rupert and points
adjacent to tha Gram] Trunk Pacific
ermlnus.'
EX SPEAKER MAY GO
TO APPELLATE BENCH
Ottawa, May 26.���ii is understood
that Hon. F. R. Sutherland, ex-speaker
of the commons, win ii. appointed at
Mus afternoon's cabinet meeting as
judge of the Ontario conn of appeaia,
io Illl ihe vacancy caused by the promotion   of      Judge      Allglill    In    Hi,.    Hll-
preme com t beni h
Judges Appointed.
Ottawa, May 26���Hon. II A -M'-
Known, ex-attomey-general ol .n.-w-
Hiiiuswick, mui .linlge Barry, ..i i-red-
��� i icon, hav,. been appoint! il v, SU
vai ancles oo the New Brun iwli
per lor court bench, caused by th�� re-
iii .-nn in  ..)  Judge Gregorj    an.i   the
i|. Bl ll   Of .lillige   llanililigtoii
****++++++++++++++++++++++
I  The Circus
+
**+**+**++++++++++++++++++
Mors attention than over haH been
given thi- lenaon to the rres streel
display which ha- always been a remarkable Esatnre ol the Greati r Norrls & Rowe circus Those who find
perennial pleasure in circus parades
will not., ih,. unusual attractiveness 'n
this season's spectaculai pageant upon thi       sei
Norrls _ Row,, claim to have as
gn ii a menagerie as anj circus in tb.
world They have so man) wild beasts
that thej can open ih. dens :,, the
publl. gaze and still have a large men-
agerle in the animal toin to : .'"���' ���
the mn i enthusiastic lover of wild
animals Therefore nil dona and cage-
in iln season's parade will Ik- thrown
open    The ooatumoa of the riders are
'���nt v V in rw and unusually plvuiv.
(JUe this year; moro bands o) music
bavi ii.n added; tbe aleok woii��iiu-
cated thoroughbred horses win share
In Interest with tbe superb heavy drafi
stock Camels, Hamas, dromedaries,
and elephants wiii lead tha proi-.
Ki�����'i     Beautiful   new   tableaux  Hoa
aUd��artl tlcallj carved wagons win lr.-
shov n i ., m(> big wagon,, contain
Ing v.  al way s-loolced-for clowns have
not  i ,. gtected, so that tbe < ti Id
'"ii  "v    h ,. ,   their annual laugh   'I be
���ii a every morning al  10  Ifl
���'!..I   U       ���  ..     aili-a.-i     dens,,   thron
to  i pplng  districts,    Tin-  ii. w
I 'i-    ���        . ..v. ]   and   Hi.-  little    lion
O*c*oeoeoao*oo4<-��oec'e--*^r��o o+o+o+o+o+c.+oo+cr+n+o+o+ri+a
TWO ACRES *
The Question   lnu WSikulrr
NEAR   CITY,  ALL  CLEARE.D, FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE  HOUSE,  STABLE  AND      OUTBUILDINGS. ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE     FIRSTCLASS   SOIL,     $2700.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
T. R. PEARSONlMgr.
MONEY    TO    LOAN
o��oaooooo*o��oo*o*o*ooo*o��oobo*oaooo��o*^
Where to bO]   firnlture CbOOp ��s WOU
a*.  goo<l,
Is Answered
by  dlcocllng   you   lo  the  stor.<   v   i-i-
ion  can   see   th..   largest   Mtoek   o|   BWW
and ne,-i,nd-liaii.| goods of all kltma In
the city.
I  have a Splendid  Cream  BsparstOI
for Haile. nearly new-
Coma- nnd  Heo how much  mor..  you
.an   get   for   '.our     money   here   than
elsewhere.
Cold  Wlllrhes fur Udll  ' ' Vt,S
tte*
.in"
'irtn
cubs   will   lr.-   displayed   111   tile   parade
!.'unl ..ii.',. the children h.-c these fag"
tureB, lh<-y will prolFiibly hav,- aygl
for in if -lit...
Tl   : bow .-xlilblLs in Moody Souars
today.
Small Theft; Long Sentence.
N.w York. May 2fi���Omvlci.-ii 01
robbing ��� drunken nu "f ,;.". oenta,
David Anderson ami Michael Oondon
ii.-i.i sentenced yesu.rday to om mora
than fifteen y<-ai*H nor leas than sewn
and a ball years In Ring Blng pri oo
THOUSANDS   OF   JAPANESE
HAVE  JOINED  STRIKE
Honolulu.   Mi,    |_      ii,,.     Japanese
��mployeas ��.r tiv,. ,,f ,|,,. t-,UK,,H. Hiigiu-
lilantatlon?.   on   i.i     Island  of   Hawaii,
iiiiiiiii-.-riiig more than 7000, at* now I
on  strike for   i  blghei   wag,,   tn'.-iie.
Throe  thousand  of the striken,  are J
orowded lulu Honolulu, living in   tha
onartsra  prepared  foi  u i  i,y pym-l
pailllzcrs. I
Alex. Speck
SECOND   HAND   STORE.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
up
Silver   Watches,   g-ni-'   "l"'11
16.00.
silver Watchaa, gontt'
$7.50 up.
Agsnt    f.u    Wsltbani    in'
watches,
Watch repairing �� -i-,,|;i1"''
F. CRAKE
Two   door,   from   Co.  A-tam:  G"*'
Kep.ilrlng of gODl umbrella* )
wrlfrs. and UgW ��������*Ue :"""
ery nnd hlcycb's I Bpeclolty.
Alex. Speck
��� Man w '" ��� "''"""
Columbia B IRSDAY
MAY 27, 1909
THE  DAILY   _.EWS.
PAGE THKk__.
Agent. for
New Westminster
and  District.
wnm SIS. SCORED
BY INDIGNANT BISHOP
Archdeacon     0f       N .rth-.Tpton
nounce.   Vulgar   Rich  for  Des*
crating the Sabbath Day.
De-
l-v ;        j,,   -Bishop    ltncK-
n ol    Northampton,
.' : -.'.ivt he terms "the
.    .-:_ .vttii bj  pe ���;.!���'
���ti :,..: l.lr .1.       :..,     Ul-
cl.-: . , to Wltli
���'.- .:        ������    .-,,,��� :i di iregart
..: blp of tu.. Al might j   Cod
.Viirr    walks    oi
life .. profaniu- r. of tbe
,     >,\      i.i .-.1 ���    ���-.
Ition      dinner
.....    ;���-,:���   ,1. -
���<���   ������ i Sunday
:        .::,..     -ij   their  IU_sed
rants and dopi i    ni      I know  a_  a
���:i       dinner par-
��� id on  the tti t Sunday ..i   Leni
country bo .-���   In a neigh lorlng
j - : ia lies shame-
I    : ��� |    in. :i,  and
... |     ,1. V,'r-
I   mention profoand
���  . Ion.    1 am
. the t. rrn genii foi an.  n.ani   man li men with
manners, with more
ban ,.��� Ugree, bave bro tghl
ii - , ������ i    mil draggi d ll In tb ��� mnre
loi v.'-i: own ooivi -       ��� -
BREAD OF
DELICIOUS flAVOR I
Vancouv-r.  B.  C.   Ma>   IS,  1V��0..
The Brackman-Ker Milling .o-:
Dear sirs    i have   e-n using
CaverhllTs Barley  Flour In my
family during the past ittree
inontns, making It into Dreau,
scon is, cak.- , etc, with -Tea*,
satisfaction.
It makes bread of deiincus
1 flavor and 's verj easllj ui-
ir.-ste-d; 'he products oi *.nis
flour now form a portion Ol our
daily menu and I can rect-m- ;;
menrl lt to all.
Yours truly,
Mr-. R. D  Cowan
iu.4   Eighth A
Not  our  statement,  but from   one who It only  interested in  ge'
ting a flour thai makes delicious bread,  which is easily  digested:   try
a ten pound sack from your g>*Ocei���book of receipts with every  sacs,
or   mailed   on   application.
Ask  your baker for a  loaf:   Your  grocer for package   Barley   Flakes.
���
e
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
+++++++++++++++4
t
fi
BERLIN BANQUET
WITHOUT LAGER
Beef. Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
Ben.n.  May  Ud.���The  twenty-iourtn
annual banquet of the Berlin board of
trade held  this evening, was uni-an-
fi-dly successful      There was an attendance    of    160, and    among inose
lrom out of    town were    Hon.  W. J-
anna, of Toronto, and George Petti-
a :.   Sd. F. P., Preston, who were uie
cliief    speakers.      'In,.-    latter    spoKe
eloquently on "Canada," and Mr. Han-
na-  address  was  "Ontario,  '-he   Banner Pro', nee.'     it was entirely a non
not ris,    tbove tbe flood  level of l*!lucal affair.     It was also a   dry
189.      ;���, -,i-.,   ihe   necessity  baoahet.   all   liquor���including   made
...      .     ...   ,..,.���...;���.   in-Berl.:. Iag��-r-b*lng tabooed      This
and   othei   animals      Th.    board   o_ jwaa the tttat time the board trieg tne
works   will  deal   with  the matter  0:  t-xi^-nn^nt, and it worked ou
:      mmendations In the report. satisfactorily.
City Council Will
Improve the Parks S
(Continued from Page One.]
MADE IN CANADA
c
I ^mS0*
tainy
SOLD   BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
Park  Improvements. 	
A  length;,   discussion upon  the  >">* CALIFORNIA CANNERY
��� ���a.-ni  Ol   the  park, followed  the: DESTROYED BY FIRE
Introduction   of    a   report    trom    ihe; ]	
man of the commltti     Alderman     F|.fc<ao    Cal     May    25__*n-e oat
For Alport crescent be recom- ni h; caused a   California Fruit Can-
Imended an underground Me drain at ners ^..^^^ a io_s estimated  ��
[lhe cosl of $600, with branch drains.
vs. gome crushed rock on the loot
walks at the coft of .500, and the lm-
;      emen_ of tbe present bandstand, '^   tree._.ory    brick
:   mdatlons of which have become     ,iUdi       and ',   wareaouse  wer.
Ine*. are. ,. _..oyed
Th.   sum of  1.00    having  been set .	
l.i-.j.   for a  new   drain, this  vol ��� was
,. led   and the chairman of the com-
phur room and the flames spre__.i rapidly through the canning department
raisin seoaing
also
I ::. ttee  was  authorized to tak*- a ear-
[ j pen ter up to examine the bandstana
1        bj   lopnation   for   placing   roi k
on the paths at Albert Crescent WW Westminfte. Baseball Aasocation
placed in tbe by.aw to be submit-
Baseball
Make. Your EXPENSES L-ght
Make* Your BISCUITS Lynt
tAekts Your CAKES Ufht
Make* Your BUNS Ligl.t
Make. Your LABOR Light
ORDER FROM YOUR
GROCER.
_W.GlUXT.CO   LTD.
T��ro��_o, One
HEW
Summer am! Autumn Goods
for  Ladiea  and   Gentlemen
*    W_      '   I     lll.e      of      IVit-V... fi  :
'i- ���'. .-.-.< ���  .11.4 suitings !��������
: ���  ii
��� ��� ���-��� �� perfwt fit and to"'.
WING   YUEN
Kwes ;   On   Wo A  Co.   Bloc-,
CafcnMa   ��nd   Mclnn����   M_
total, p. o l*>i *>>i
"The Milwaukee"
f*t P.oneer Limited." St. Paul lo
Chicago, "ahon Lins," Omsha to
CMasgs, -South West Limited''
**���*���_ Cty  io Chicago.
dn* in tbe aer.ee i n    an]
;.   ths   world  that   i-cjual   in
IbSI   of   the  ch taw*, Ml1
*���'���'  '   '���   St.   Paul   Railway        Tiv ]
perata their own  Bleeping
oan on all their tra'n�� and
' ' patroaa an anooHeacs   ot
'   ���       '   ..'..talnnldr ilHfMN
H   3   RtiWl.. C.etural  AgSSl
1 ' ''���    '��� St.. cor. Ald-r  Po-'Und. Or.
Grand Trunk Ry^
^��trllent Traia Senice Betwee
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tor*.-; j,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami nil t|u. principni busim-i* renters of
"NTAKio, QUINQ and  the MAR.
For  Sale
Logging donkey engines,
latest improved patent,
by E. J. Fader, New
Westminster. Can take
a log off the peak of a
mountain and land it
without injury. This machine works with endless
cable without coiling on
the drum, requires no
haulback, always on a
straight pull. Drums can
be attached to any donkey engine in use.
For further particulars
apply to E. J. FADER, or
Schaake Machine Works
MANUFACTURERS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
B.   C.
A,
TIME PROVINCES.
*> to BUFFALO, NKW YORK snd
''���"I.AhKl,. HIA, via alia|.ara Falls.
Po�� Ttma Tables, StO.. address
QEO. W. VAUX.
"JiBtant C.en'l Faaai-ngir ami Ticket
���_*jjtt��\186 Adams St.. Chicsgo. 111.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
-1N-
Th*      DAILY NEWS
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
ti I shortly.     The council also adopt- j
��� |  _. recommendation   ot    th-   park*
committee to -pen. fSQQ on the fenc.
. round      Moody    square    park,    this i
.,       mi  being  provided fur in  the ��p-
propriatioa  set   aside  (or   -his   l-ar-.
Sonif of the old lumber will  b.  USSO
ng-in,  thus   sonbltng the  work  to  he !
at that figure.
A duck pond will be constructed at.
Quean's   pant  (or the  water  fowl, an.l
an vxtru man engaged t,. .i^i-i  the ,
park   ranger in keeping order at  tne
park <i'jr:ng the busy season.
Grant's Corner.
W.ir.ivn J. C.    Brown, of  the B.  C.
pSBltenttsry,  wrote with rot+toaon to
v..   linprovetiients iu prt^resa iu uront
of  the deputy  wardens residence,  lie
suggested an iron testead ot a srooo-
On  tence on the concrete wall.       1 n-
;niii i-ir.uiry     would    make     ih,-  iron j
fSoce il the castings weie suppued by .
11h..-  city.        The    special committee.:
Mu>.>:   Keary,   Aid.   Henley   aud  Aid ,
Jardine. will deal with tbe maitt..
Health of City.
Dr. J. J   Jones, medical officer ot |
health, In submitting   his report lor
April     .a:d:      The    three     c_-.s   oi
scarlatina  citiie here trom  the upper
country   where   they   uiuit   have  contract-,! the    disease.      outside these
[cases we had practically no iniec-.ious i
cmsb during April, an.ro a very mild I
[epidemic ol   mumps whiph   were  not1
Iserious enough to r,.port.       I lie t����iai
Imonthly   milk   test   was made, and
.found   to   be   satisfactory. The   re-1
inul ��as received and Ried
New G.-is Company  Lease.
The  Royal  City  Qas   lmprov��n��it
Co  Bought a lease ot the rnaerve Wt**-'-
ol    Fifteenth    street,    and    south ol
I Fourth  avenue,  (or  tba   purposes oi
the company.      I'ntil such tune as the
council was in a position to gram ���'
lease thej tequested that the compaa.
tahould   e permitted io land barRes at
the root of Fifteenth street, or at tne
.nd   of   Fourth   avenue,        The   board
..;  woi -m will report
Bowling  Appeal.
D   \V   Qllchrist and  W.  B   M'u-chie
asked  (or  the aaalatancs  ol  $5o  t��
Iward  a  team  at  the  Seattle  Bowling
Oongreaa nexi week, representative ol
' n.-w   Westminster.      The matter wns
[briefly   talked  over and  favorably   received,   8   resolution  being   passed   to
refer the matter to the nuance committee.     Aid, Jardine .-aid   P. J.  ���a
honey had been chosen aa reteree at
the   COttgrOBS,   a   fir.-at   liouor   to   tne
city.
Miscellaneous,
it was decided to pay the cost
(JUDO) of advert: -tig in tile booklet |
"The dttoe of Tuget Sound, .our
Hosts for 19IW,' as soon as the copies promised haw been recoiveil from
Wood i- Heber, the publisher., at
Scuttle. The old freight sh_ii at
Frout BffSSt, belonging to the _reat
Northern 'Railway will be torn down
n_xt week. The council will ��_ga��-
ii draughtsman to usuist the city engineer during the summer months,
during the pressure of busines-.
A light will bo placed on Sixth avenue near ths western boundary of the
city as soon a< the residents are ready
to use domestic light.
Attention was called by iho Scnool
inmteea to the absence of a cradle, or
other device io protect the high-tension witvs on Tenth street m-ar _ord
Kelvin school. The light committee
/wi]] act.
CITY LEAGUE SCHEDULE, 1&09-
May __��� Cubs vs. Russ-elis.
Jun. 1���Young L.j is vs. Cubs.
June    0���Balmorals vs. Cuba.
June    S���Young Lib'is v..  Kusseiis.
June 12���Young Lib'is vs. Baloiotais
June  IS���Russells vs. Balmora.s.
June  19���Russells vs. Cujs.
June IS���Cubs   vs.   Young   Liberals.
June K���Kusseiis vs. Young Lib Is.
June ..'���Cubs   vs.   Balmorals.
July    3���Balmora.s vs. Y'oung Lib'is.
July    6���Baimorals  vs.  Kus-a.lls.
July    y���Cubs  vs.  Russells.
July   13���Y'oung   Liberals   vs.   Cubs.
July   17���Young Lib'.s vs.  Russells.
Juiy 2o���Balmorals  vs.  Cubs.
July 24���Young Lib'is vs   Balmorala
July 27���Russells  vs.  Balmorals.
July  3d���Russe'.ls  vs.  Cuts.
Aug.    3���Cubs   vs.   Young   Liberals.
Aug.    7���Cubs vs.  Balmorals.
Aug   10���Russells vs. Young  Labis.
Aug   13���Balmorals vs  Y'oung Lib'is
Aug. 17���Cubs vs. Russells.
Saturday games commence at 3 p.m.
W'i-k day games start at 6:30 p.m.
+++44+++++ + + + + + 9+* + + 4t4,+++f
This is the
Opportunity 11
!
Look over Henry's  catalogue
and ma'-e out your order for
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Trees, Plants, Bee Supplies, etc.
No windy agents to annoy yo��.
No damatre from futniga-.ion. No
delay* of customs.
YOU "PRESS THE  BUTTON,"
WE DO THE REST.
.HENRY'S
Nurseries
Offices,  Greenhoussa  and Seed- '
houses, 3010 Westminster Road, ,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery, '
South Vancouver.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
5���Asylum.
0���Roya! City  Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
i���Royal Avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth Avenue and Twelfth.
1.'���St. Mary's  Hospital.
13���Second and  Park Row.
1.���Columbia and Dufferin.
1."���Sapperton
16���Royal Columbian hospital
IS���Queen's  Avenue and  Sixth.
_l���Third Avenue and Second.
15���Fifth Avenue and Fou-*th.
W���Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
W���Third Avenue and Tenth.
3-���Agneg and Sixth.
3-1���Schaake Machine Works.
SS���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
4.���Small  &  Bucklin Mills.
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
Leave Langley at 8 uu a.m.; arms
at Port Haney at V. Ij a.m.. arriv? at
.NL.Ui_.iu Landing at S:30 a.m.; arrive at Hammond at _���: 40 am.; arrive
at Port Kells at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at
N.w Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave New Westminster at 4:00 p.-
m.; arrive at Port Kells at .:30 pm;
'arrive at Hammond at COO p.m.; ar-
| rive a: McAdams Landing at (1. pm.;
: arrive ut Port Haney at 6:35 pa.; ar-
! rive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving   B.  *   K.  Wharf,  daily ea-
I cept Saturday.
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the steasser
Transfer wlll leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and way ports. Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
| RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
The scenic transcontinental rallwa> j AND  SATURDAYS.
equipped with through dining ttrst- ��� Returning, leaves Westham lmasd
class sleepers and dining cars. At-jeverv wwk day morning, except Frt-
lamlc express leaves daly 3:20 p.m.; j^ay, at _ja.__i., and Ladner 7-4S am
truln for Seattle and other aouthem Friday leaves Westham island C a.sa.
point* at 9:13 a.m.; train for Agassi* and Ladae, at 6:45 a.m.
at 5:451 p.m. Week end pickets sold | Additional trip Monday morsisc,
to local points at one fare tor round . leaving New Westminster at 5 am.
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CANADIAN
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ED. GO-LET,
Agent.
C.   B.   FOSTER,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Vancouver.
This schedule    subject    to cbaags
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ng
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE.
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish-
lng Company, United, at theli offlc-
The Dally News Block, corner of It��-
Ke_de ami Victoria streets
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
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THURSDAY.  MAY  27.  1909.
FISHERIES  AND   FORESTS.
EXPEL  FAKIRS.
Fortune   Tellers.   Palmists,   etc,   Must
Quit  Business  in  Calgary.
CalK-ir.1-. May v Thai the City
commissioners *.-.> n oonaldering toe
matter of ridding the citj Of palmlats
phrenologists, tori ine tellera und such
like fak:rfi is the gfsi oi a stat��neni
made by Mayor Jamieson yesterda.
afternoon. His worship Btated thai
the matter had been under con Wera
tloo for some time, and ihej had coni'
to the conclusion that this daaa ��*i
fakir was detrimental to   lie city, and
all   must   go.       Aj   \. :   the]    bai
arrived al no definite plan of action.
bui the matter wil] be attended ' i '"
,i .hon period
Ai tbe present time sei   _] persons
of this nature arv said to have local'.I
hers fi-om Winnipeg, where a hyias
forcing  them    to   discontinue opera-
tioni  hi   thai  city    wa-  recent!,   en
orced
MERGER  OF  BIG
PACKERS RUMORED
r i, ago, May W.���Wltb th,. an-
nouncemenl today thai Artnour ��_ Go
h:,.,      '      ��� d an   buna of Ibo.ooo,
  .md     that     180,000,0 i|
��� ��� ii sol i to ih.- National
and Ktihn. Loeh & r..   ol
\. u  York   reports were cnrreni here
hi tint the Initial steps had been
th   dominating internet!  in
the packing Industr. looking to a mer
li uiiiu- companies      v\ mie
ports were aoi credited by pack
lead, rs tonighi   the.   ��,  .
Dnanela] ipiartera a.--'
SEASIDE  LOTS FOR  SALF
"GET THE  HABIT"
\v,- printed yesterday two Impor-
i.,,, , . ni resting aanouncemi nts
with  ��� to the wrk respective
ly of ih.   Fisheries an.i  Fore-try Department!  ol    the Dominion Government      i ���'  ":'t   bears testimony
to the c ���' that  the fl-pan
ments at Ottawa are tolly alht' t0 ""
needs both ol the lime and the coun- ^
try.     This tact is ol particular int.     Sweet   GraSS   GoOUS
eat when It is remembered bos ofl -
the Conservatives have gone oui  ol
their way  to speak di predating!)  ol
the work that has beon and i_ bein-4
:   111   many
.: a reasonable basis   especially
. ,i nf the recent |10,000,000 sto.'k
ij Ss fl \ Oo an I the Issuance
;  500,  In bonds bj  th.   Cudabj
lng Coinpaiiy.
1  have fo,dale tWO fUH Hi   I lo '" l!��'      -own  111  c|.,w ���
ai ah,.-Mi:.-, port Moody     Thaa i -.   ��� ,      '       oni on ���   a
e   full   v;.��   of  thS  I"'-!        I'.-    a'      ' '' '        *
There I   an oiw ttowing stream ��� w " ''"'
one hour to walk from tbe cai Uu
beautiful, cool ki��>       Uoodbatbli        ��� '    """' :1!"' ,v ' ''' '
ist be< ���    with ���   and i Intond '������    i a flrai
...      ,     bo  n ��� OCaUOg i '. '���'���'������ ThS pric,.  Is  |.���i..���,     .. ,|' .
montl
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block, Columbia street.
PHONE   V
ANOTHER LINK OF
Jl ST ARRIVED
done bj the Laurier Govoroment and
Its officials for the good of the C'-\u
11 j   at large.
To ii_ la New Westminster the
memorandum forward��-d by dopertn
tendent of Ftehorles Vanning regard
ing the shipment of fresh hsh to tJae
prairies and the east, is of no small
importance. Hitherto pour..- on the
Canadian Atlantic coast have enjoyed
the privilege of shipping Csh to on-
ini.. by express at two-tiurd- ra -
the remaining third b_ing paid bj the
government This course was adopt
od with a view to encouraging the ��� -
tension of the fresh flsh trade to
iulajid points, and has proved of consider:!, v benefit, both to shippers ami
oonsumera. Requests v,,r. lately
made to the Miuisier ol .Man:... anu
Fisheries that similar aa. stance
might be given to the Pacific coast
fishing industry. Hon Mr. Ui-odcur
haj ha<l ths -ubjc-ct enquired :n:o, und
finding that there is already a limited
amouni of business done t*itii tbe
prairie provinces in the ��ai of fresh
fish shipments, and that a trade oi
Important projiortions niigb; be Ouiu
tip if more favorable transportation
ohargea were available he has, with
characieristic fairness, extended Uie
same facilities to ths I'acine coa-t
ship-pers as have been enjoyed by
those on the Atlantic seaboard.
Hence therefore the govern meat win
guarantee the payment of one third
of the ordinary express charges on
shipments of fresh fish from British
Colum.ia to the prairie province..
The arrangi-weni thus malt will remain in force until  November.
Needless to say the granting of thus
subsidy will be generally welcomed
by the fish shipping tirnis on this
coast We are certain that the pro-
vi.-a.iim_ of such a facility for securing
fresh fish wil] be welcomed by tbe
prairie settlers. Only those who
have experienced the vicissitud..- ui
life on the prairie farms and ranches,
and even in t)i<. towns, will be able to
thoroughly appreciate the great advantage, we would almost say blessing:, that will be conferred upon the
peouje of those inland regions oy tbe
opportunity _hu_ provided of obtaining an occasional variation in the
daily fare. We doubt not that freah
flsh will be as welcome to the prairie
dw-llers as fresh fruit, an.) We unu-
cij>at_ quite a considerable trarie wm
be done by liritish Columbia Shippers
during the ensuing season.
The report of Superintendent of Forestry   it H. Campbell,   for the year
1907, is an indication thai the government is keeping a cart mi watch over
this very important set tion of the n_-
tural    resourc.s   of    the    Dominion
Again  It  may  be s-i'd   that th.  contents of  thl_ report Serve  to  refute
the   various allegations    and  ctiart-es
that have    been made    lrom time to j
time by the opposition wi,j_ reap.it to
ths forest  and timb.-r administration
ol th��. government     The work ol
forestry Departmenl is of a wide and |
varied character.     Ono of the most
Important of Its functions >a the pre-
ervatlon of om- foresti   lrom doatruo
tion oi damagv by fin-     To carry out '.
tbia    work    forty-seven    fir�� rangers
were employed In L907, twenty-one ofl
whom   were engaged  in   patrollng   tbe ���'
I..rests o' the I), C. railway b'-li.   The !
nexl important work of un- depart. :
i,lent is that concerning irrigation, in :
connection with which a good doa] ol
useful  work    is  being  accomplished.
The   superintendent   points   om the
necessity for a thorough hydrographlc j
survey  being  made  and  the urgency
"i conserving the watei   supply and i
controlling this   for   Irrigation pur- j
poses,     We may look forward to sea-
Ing some useful developments effected I
in the near future In eotinecilon  with
this branch of   the Forestry popart
ment.
Regina  Strike  Ended.
Regina,  May 26.���The  intervention
o) Premier Sooti bai ended th   strike;
. .   Pi ter  i.yaii & s..ns'  laborers, oo
I rovlnciaJ   parliament  buildings,
men are to " lurn ai the ��'d rate
q    ;. . i,  i i cents, p -inling enqulrli ��� ,
.i current    wages, any difference
. ���!     \\ hen   an   establl -In d
i   setfletl,
SPECIAL   TODAY,
H.H    l>na l    Pencils;    Rub ���      .
30c PER DOZ.
The Pair
646 Columbia Street.
Wa buv for cash and sell fur the same
MEN'S SUITS
AT PRICES TO SUIT YOUR POCKET.
$10, $12. $15
Worth from $16 to $22.
These Suits are in fine Brown, Black and Blue Serges, and will be on
sale till Saturday night at 11 P. ML, so take advantage of these money-
1
savers.
BOYS' SUITS $2.50, $3 and $4, Worth $3.50 to $6.
AT   OUR   LARGE   STOCK   OF   MUSI
CAL     INSTRUMENTS���P.ANOS,  OR
GANS.   TALKING    MACHINES,   RECORDS.  ETC. ALL ON  EASY TERMS.
J. H. TODD'S
ACME CLOTHING
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
Sc      ��� i ol.        n ���    TfjLUnner Sets
! Special ohoe   rrices S
for this Week
60 pairs Men's Oxblood Blucher Ox
fordi, regular $5.00 shoe*, for $4.25.
60 pairs Men's $4.50 Velour Calf
Blucher Cut Oxfords for $3.50.
48 pairs Men's Oxblood Blucher
Lace Boots, regular $550 shoes, for
$4.25.
Men's Ring Fastened Velour Ox
fords,  reguiar $4.50, for $3.50.
Men's best $4.50 and $5.00 Tan Shoes
for $3.45.
Men's Vici Kid Blucher Lace Boots,
regular $4.50,  fo.   $3.50.
W��i f*i_f ten d nner r��t��. nrjuiif m ����
$15 00 to $16 50.  *hich we Will *H f
$12.50
If  you requ.r_  one, tJOn't i.'��i '^l>
pOf-<unily,
nm    Adams & Deans
Womsn'a Velour Calf Blucher Ljc��
Boots, our "F'mmia" make, rrgglar
$5.50, for $2.96.
Women's "Feminai" Patent Leather
Boot.. $3.50 values for $2.95.
Women's Patent Leather Dongolas,
our $3.50 shoes, for $2.75.
Women's "FeminiV Oxbloo_ Ox
fords, rryular $3.50 shoes, for $2.75.
Women's Fine Kid Blunher- Cut
Lace Boo<���, reBu|af $3.00 and $3.50.
for $2.75.
Women's Tan Button OxfordU and
Two Button L��w Shoes, regular $3.00
shoes,  for $1.95.
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.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sifcti of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
_3BBBBSeBBBBBBBB��BBS_-��I--3E>EBBBBEi
THE TIME HAS COME TO
CHANOE TO
LIGHT
UNDERWEAR
ALL  SIZES.
ALL   KINDS
BALBRIGGAN,        NATURAL
MERINO,  NATURAL  WOOL
AND  LINEN   MESH.
HEALTH
COMFORT
���VIABILITY
WE ARE 60LE AGENTS IN
NEW WESTMINSTER FOR
THE CELEBRATO DR. DEI
MEL LINEN MESH UNOER
WEAR.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
������p.���*
warn
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS DAy   MAY 27. 1909.
tfHE D>ILY NEWS.
PAOE -TV hi.
Cash Store |   1 . H. S_T_ith
^HMMMMMMMMIM ��������������������<
*������������������������������������������
THE
Cash Store
���������������������������������������������������������
A Big Silk Snap
fOtt Mill DRESSERS
V.E HAVI   SECURED  A   L NF  IN THE  MUCH _���-_.,.__���
,ENT THE O^PORTUN,:,   r     ���,;;;'    '      ��� ���LARD   .r_K   AT   A     BARGA)N.
OR WAIST AT A  MODERAT,   ^T THE S__f  ^^    A  ""'    ""^
s0  .TR.PI   EFFECT.  ANC   Th, E    WH T_   w        "   "   .     C��M^-TI0N   ��F
-TH  PALE BLUE,  NAVV   WITH        H,TE   I '   �� "^    WH'TE     W'���     BR0WN'
- INCHES   WIDE. FOR , : i    ;ARDE   AND   BLACK  W'TH    RE��    SP��T-        *    "���������
arriv.!   in   roolart    )*    s
von  of  k��-if  uulorsd    sti .-
1 n.iota in Brown. Qrasa  tin 1 Oop-
(Cs     W* -S.TS  ha.1  ��o  raani   In
for   tfcSSS   t+Ott    snd   ths   d'*-
���   |  fur 0_e��vdH the SOPpljr, f" natty
��� - - ra wiii hats ih- sdrantags of ��
��� i -ci��c;ir,n    i-i bsokss wl la
75c   RER  YARD.
A  SPECIAL  OFFER   IN
Black Dress
Goods
M-.n_..m poods, ssM Btl MB, 'Hid
iin colors    ih'in�� OTsrstooked    in
**..  are BMklB|   I  BPNUl  ��00l1
��� .in i> them
'��� Hch Black Self Striped Panama
Reg. |t, for per yard 75c.
- Inch   Black   Self   Checked  Wool
Taffetta, Reg. 75c, per yard        60��
���2   Inch     Black   Cherr-n     Striped
Ren. 65c, for. per yard 50c-
il     inch      Black      Taffeta     (light
weight) With WhHe Hair Strip
ed.   Reg.  90c  tor.  per  yard    bbc
M) to  54  Inch  Chevron   Stripes, Var
ious Weaves, Reg. $1.25 for, yd. $1-
Children's
DRESSES
���i  w hi.    OaTrtrrl.   and  Mu��im. ''"'
hroldsr.  and luce irlmmsd, In n ���*"'"*
- ���    Of   il.illllv    Styles,   evmy   BlSS    ��
nek, and a choice to suit ths ,,U,M
' - il.-lluiis IbtiyoT     I'n un
$2... TO $10.50.
40  DOZEN   HEMSTlTCHEO  PILLOW
CASES AT 50c  PER   ,*JR
10 to 4-'. inch net-i-tite-i- PlUOW
OaSSS, a splendid qualtiv and aii well
Hnlsl ed      50c PER pair.
Tailored
SUITS
Though 'it*' holiday rush ai Mils Be
tlon was BO heavy, we have still a
splendid range of Tailored Suits, in
���SOl fitting, stnilp-it front and cut-
���av. . tnodsla, in most ol Uie best tav-
,.;,������. (abriCS Ws received \2 new
BtyK-l On S.iurd-y - jusi ai the right
time too--��� and these alivig with the
large r*ri**l w,- virry mslts a hasa-
iifui ihowlng. Bvnr. _1io in mock.
and prices are right, ranging from
$15.00 TO $iS-00.
A clearing lino In Children'^ Colored Dresses, only a limited quantity,
while they last, 50c e.*��ch.
Natural
Pongee Silk
26  Inches  Wide.  35c  p��r  yard.
10 mors pleoes of this arrive,* Sat-
tird.iv. this may be tha last lot ws can
-,., for bim h ui exoBsdlngly low price.
M jo n." delay, bs hciv In tune.
: i inch Natural Poogas. t;.>c. a
,.,',,,,1    substantia)   -"ilk.     Suitable   far
.���.ini.- or -ir S!">:*-
Heavy   Ooatlng   Rajah,     In   natural
i, ������,.. "s|i,vi;ill>   prepared for summer
coats   sxtra   weight, and  nice   bright
, | id,    $1.25 PER YARD.
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Cut News
A FEW OF THE BARGA1NSWEAHE
OFFERING IN
Dining Room Furniture
Extension Tables, Royal  Oak   WOO up.
Sideboards, $18.00 up
.  msetlnt of th- P��-  F\v,? D'^ng   Chairs and 1    Attnchair.
���  -     " afternoon.       ���   ,e sf ' '65��-  .
-     ��� Parlor Suites, 5 pieces. $27.00 un
i      .
���      ������!     P
pieces. $27.00 up.
...   bome   Parlor    Tables in    oal- or    mahogany,
$3.25 up.
Handsome   Music Cab.r._s    with   Mir.
the       ice      o     0      ror   $16,00.
"���'        _-i__i_. anfome couches'"m ** ��>
.    ,      ������    I   ths  POlllm   Combination     Des.     ,.j     Book  Case
M $6.25,
���i al Tidy's    stron9  Ha' Rat*. ten pins, 50c
��
'-���
���,,   Camp   and   Lawn   Furniture:
Shades.
Ba-- Mo
th   Van-       Our store  is full of  bargains in  all
-   ],ic-   lines.
CHINA
Bric-a-brac of all   kinds���Pickard's Painted China,
Some you ��ee costs more, but none is any finer;
There is no finer made to piease   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.
Ia  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.
S>
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
i.'i v een at Son.
cou.. .-   i   I    -.
nlc : and c.u.v.-u     ,'.'  THF , .r_niwi- _���,__���._���. ���_
.ju,,   . -        ..   ,.;,        .   , a. '"I   THE  LEADING FURNITURE STORE
��� �� ��� ��� __���    ��     _
Thei     iiitnirn wis. tor the B.C. tn.\ ""���      ��������     1    A  L  L J
?   ' ,   UPt<0��-STERER   ANO   UNDERTAKER      REPAIR   WORK   ATTENDEn  TO
h(.-r-     a   lar--'.-   <i'i-iiUtv    being    Store* narmo-r,\f WUMK   ATTENDED   TO
-  ��� -    company,    trhari   on  irtoni promptly.
612-G1S Agnes Street, opposite Library.
Kor   : owe      a_d  any	
kin : ol 1 toral  ���  ���.-   ti e :.- oe Da
(V- -.-���-. ���    ,;.��������� **
.  .,: b city i
<ii  ; - ealh i lor thli  .i
\, -.-..   to meet              i * .       ���*
H       a Paving Com) o disco
tin-   ::,' tits  Of   thS r   product.
Lawn tnoweri sharpened and set at
Geo R. Bpaeks, Trapp block. "
Th.-   ball mt   streamei     flamingo
bt In SO tons of Bali f**'.'���'��� P'e
ban,.   :-.-..    da,      'I he i  ireri pac&e i
in   ,.   al  the Colombia I Sold  -**
I i -,     WOI       ' ���      -i��    '..������'     -l  '"
IContn .
That    light, deltdoos,    ��:..,.   ��� ���
bread jroo so much enjoyed at 1 :
friend's house was mad..-  with   B
Hood  Flour. "
Th- steamer Trader arriv- . ;��� ���
day i-'/rnlii-j from Victoria "tth ten
ion.-- ol freight for thi_ ;��ort. mostly
suK-i- consigned 'o locai i-r cerymen
In addition thei wn* 800 ijarreis ot
ttme for Gilley Bros.
Ju--.   arrive.,   a   carload  of    Koivn
iHood Flonr.     Full sssonm-nt of s _��� is,
J4.  . ���. 98, now in stock.     H_le Bros,
& i -    Ud.
In be district court on Bat urday a
ISO :.- will be heard against a I
dov. river fisherman for casting his
net -a Un the MO yi_ds allowod each
tttb -ti ih-3*~!.y tntertering. It is
alleged   with his nelgh_or's catch.
The pleasantest way 10 spend Saturday   -,:t--rnoon Ls Ui take a nver trip j
. to    Su   'Bton    and    back-      The  S3 .
'iTrsnsfer leaves Brackman-Ktr's wh-ir;
at   :   ^.m.  every  Saturday,  renurclng ;
[tame --venlng.     Fare    one dollar for
jtbc --.-nd trip. ""
A ��� m niation by the congre-ation
lof K-.a-_ Burnaby Method-Si > ban _ ��� -
their ;.astor. R��?v H. W. \\ Hroni-,
��li . who Li moving bo QoWsn, ��js
akttii on Tuesday night 1; consits-
��ji ���.: a i r.-r mid SOlOgiStic reterences
w.-r,- made to his siervict-s ���_.�� psstor.
If you were on the bleecherg on Un
.vi you may s e a pos; card photo
of \ours.lf a: Mackay's book store. ������
'
Tha arrangements for a holiday on
Wednesday afternoons during tlie
summer in most of the city stores will j
' ������ again discussed this evening, when '.
- -.:.. di el -ration o? the policy orf me
tiiprchants is expected, in order that
thg closing may commenc,- on June
I as at nm proposed.
Plftj dollars damages, togeiaev I
with b $.'��� fine and costs, was the
pries HUltnan, a sailor off the lumber
freighter Invertay, now at Fraser
Mills, had to pay for his lir.le K>ke
oa Monday afternoon, when he ran
away with the horse and rig of Walter
.'-ane. Hillman claimed his com-
, anion was the leader in the pranK.
but as only HUlman was taken in by
!the police, he bsd to toot the bill
aione.
The  permanent    H.  IV   _.   K.  tracK
Vtwe<in Cent ral Park and Cedar Cottage ls now almost complete, and will
be   In   use   by   Sunday.       The   entire
double   track .between    Central   Park
and Vancouver will be complete,! by
ths end of .lu.y, after which work win |j
be rushed  on  construction     between"
this city and Central Park       The ot-
ficlals of the company  express sat s-
" fact Km   with   the   progress   which  ls li
being  made on  the work  at  present, j
Bl d are satisfied that th,. completion
of the double tracking will BOI be long i
-..-laved.
See the MASON & RISCH
PIANOS
on Display at "The Fair" Store
X
X
X
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ASK YOUR GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED.
For Wheat, Barley, Oats, Chops.  Chicken   Feed,  Bran,  Shorts,   Hay,
etc., ask us.      We will see that you  get  it promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phon* 199.
18$ COLUMBIA STREET.        P. O. Drawer 100.
Eastman's
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
Agents
IUST FIGURE
T. H. SMITH   CURTIS'
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
ALFRED    W.    McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE ���&
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THE   DAILY   vi 'MVS.
THURSDAY    MA
v 27.
APPLE LAND
ZIONISTS BRINGING
C010NY10 ALBERTA
Classic tveot
Won By King's lull
RHEUMATISM
Mail Service
1 want every chmnlr- rheumatic to thr.w
SWSl all niiilirlnes. all liniments, all
|.l.i.ti'm. nnit elve MINVUN'S ItllKl'MA
TISkt KKMKI'Y a trial. No matter what
Tnnr doi-Mr may say, no matter what
.uur frl< nis may say, no malti-r h..w
prejudiced roa may be agiiiiint all idver-
Used reniedli-M. p., nt once to wiir drnc
gin ami get ��� bottle of the llHKl'M _-
T ISM RBHRDT. If It fall-, to rive i-tla-
-SfttOBil will refun.l your mr.n-y.���Monyoa
Remember tain   iinierly contains no .a!
ICyBe a.-ld. no opi-im coi nine. morpotne or
��it_er harmful drncs.     ll   ls pot     -> -"'It
the iriianinti* cf tl.e Pars rood and Iirug
Set
For sale bj all drac^ir-ts.    I'rii-e, 28c.
P. O. Box 474.
Te]
Res. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
PALMER BROS.*
GASOLINE  ENGINES.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any availably. Dominion Uinds with-
in the railway bell in British Columbia, maj be bomsstssded by any person wna is tha sole he-.ul <_ a BamU]
or any male over 1_ yanns ot age_ io
the extent of one-quarter _tx.ttou of
160 acrea, more or lose.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district
in which tbe land ls situate. Matey
by proxy may, however, be uiad��j on
certain conditions by ihe lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or bister of an intending homesteader.
The hoi_este.uK-r is required to perform tUe conditions connected therewith under one ot the toliowing
plans.
lii At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each  year for three years.
(2i If the Esther i or mother, if uie
tath.-r is decaaad of the homesteader
resides upon B farm iu the vicinity ot
the Kind entered I ' . the requirements
a* to residence may b..> Batlsfled by
such pereon residing ��itb the fcittver
or mother
(3. II thi -������tiler has his permanent
res, lenoe upon farming land uwn_l
by l.i;:. fn the vicinity of hie homestead, the r- l-.rements a*, to resid.-nce
may b~ satisfied by residence u*xm
the said land.
Six monthi notice in writing should
be given to the commission, r of Do-
mir.iou kinds at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
.'o.i ���Coal   mining   rights   may   b.
leased   for    a period oi    twenty-ona
yean,  at   an  annual  rental  of  |l  per
��� - Not   more   than    25.0   acres
':.   leased   to  one  individual  or
..... :.;���        A  royalty  a-  the rate of
five cents  per ton  shall  be collected
I a '.he merchantable coal mined.
W. W  CORV.
!"    ity of the Minister of the Interior
NB���I'nauthonzed    publication   Oi
'this advertisement  will    not  be pam
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Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
em Service.
"    " TIME TABLE
ffTre 'Phone 18s.     Barn "Phone 13?; ' ___����-���_
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
M ROUTE.
Baggage   delivered   prompt!:*   to S.S.   Princess   Victoria  leaves   Van-
any part of the city. couver 11  p.m, going direct to Seat-
���tle daily except  Monday.
S-S.   Chaniia-r   leave*   Vancouver   1
I p.m., daily for Victoria.
OFFICE-���TRAM DEPOT. SS.   Pnnce*s Charlotte Waves   Van
couver  10 a.ni   dally, except WsdOSS-
I day, for S'ictoria.
Advance Agents Intimate
Hundred Thousand Acre-
Will Be Taken Up.
Btrathcona, \i i..
is   quie Ij   ben.��    takei
which ma., eveni ial ���    ���        In
ing on    "'    '"   laik'-v  .   ��� ...
Alberta In th. ���    v.
��� Is      .'������ ������ lh   a   I.   H    ii" wn
and Fred Uros n, repi
pie oi Zion City, Hi, have hi   n In   hi
cltj  and  ��� clnit)  durlug ib.
or   iin, ,���  .lays   looking  ��� ������
snd  . ndeatforini  to deoidi   uj
in., i favorable district for a isi
-   :.    ..i ie ��i om I .oi  ll ll  I.i     PVI
ning   foi   the  !-��� I Dei '��� '
iSoutln-ru All..'. Vi .in l ����� HI I ��� .
hi] Burvej ol tl e mil an I ooi
th< r     efon  d< - Id n-   ipon n   ������
Interviewed last at a   ���
tletu, n gave a shgbi idea ni thi
nituiie oi   their  phut*     Th. .
at  pi 11  iv  i    '.. seeur* ahou
ihtoiigh   the   hon ���
,.r> i mpl ...ii   i" i ��� liege
rel I     \
100   fs     li     an   Id      a.    i om   ���
City   Bl   ODGs   and   BSD
; .in' "i   w.i Lid (olios   from tae
-sine cltj     Thi |   propoi ���   Bolni
ih.   daii    un biiialiii-sa, rerj    tn
and   v>l!| nk   and   i ifTJ      on
mixed farming. Thai
ter the work on a hogi   scale     lt��i
1". l!o��ing are the hour-  of ,!.-Spate'.
.in,i arrival of m.iihs at tha New \\r-.;
mlnstsT ;-"*��*t offioe, the S".,r gives In
each case t-eitig the hour ot cloblni;.
which Is half an hour, as a rula, be
fore the actual despatch. All malls,
unless otherwis,. staK^d ar,- de��iiairli
.-d and received  dall)   exospl  Sund.y
The   __m       a.I   di--,*!. he,'   nn.1    re     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
oeived  Sunday  are the C.  P,  H. south   latnl will l->  linik-n snd vi.'i.    .d "-.i'i.
and C.  P.  H   ..i-i  mails, not Including   ....un   plos
Ithe   way     mails      Sapperun.     r r.o*.-r
Mills and Ooquitlam
P.LMER
BROS. TWO
AND FOI It
-CTCLE
f.ASOLINf
ENGINES
Mails Despatched.
6.0.1 a.m   (closed at eleven O-ioes
,the   previous   nlghi I-    VaxirouvcT     Ma
G. N, u. "Owl' Victoria exospt wed
n.--i!iiy.
B:30 a.m.���Vancouver via B.C.  Bfsi
trie railway.
Suma. and SeutOe. Including all  *
S.   points ,<ii'.  ani   -i.iv'i   and  potn>
betwivn  New  W-'stmlneter and  Hutu
ingdon.   DC,   \Li   CPJB.   south.     !<���
ijuitlam.   Sapp^r.i>n   and   Kr.us��r  Mills
.30   sm.���Blaine   an.!   jSea.Uv-,   in
eluding all 1'  S  points eitst and iou'-'-
and Hall's Prairie. .Vruriiti;.. and Ha_
elmere, on  TiMsdays,  Thursdays,  and
Saturdays.
Ctoverdalk nnd district (Clovsf *a.
iltr,. S-.irT.-y Centre, Klgin. Alluvia and
iKv-oslngton I'ralnt-I Clayton. l>n.
head, Bon Accord, Port K-lis and NW
omeki,. dispatched by (iulchon rout--
V , V _ K lUHwsy, on Tuesday, at
9 am., and Pr'.day, i. tn. Also on
Thursday a-. 1:30 pm. excepting Bon
Accord  and   Tyncfcead.
All Surrey  mails are  received  ttOBt
Uovwrdals.  f-x��-pt   Hall's  Prairie.  H.
and   in  ��� ��� ���       othei   * .' ���
meet modern method
tjin�� ..ti' da to bos largi ��� ��� i ���!
on>- ��a_ llahls to ��� shoal I the.
able :<i ^. i ihe bin I desired thi
ti.-iiH a mt ����� ii"" commit - . num
��;.��! thai ibe i..m... was >.n;> b hrst
sd p Thi \ wn ild lati ��� need boom
100,000 .i. rea i"r the aocomroooaUoti
of tb. number who �����������,- ...uung '<>
v.i tern <' mads 11 ��� . -..:. vi - ��� 'av-
orabl ��� in pr - ed with the ow -   -
and di.I do      - -    IPOS the n    ��� I
Sgperinient.   .v   ��.-vt-.0   Inn H'-s     i.ii
ooom  from  Eioa  City  irom lime  io
tltn.- ,uij Brers bow doing w Ii .n ai-
!,��������� ���
Aftei     I..I-. I'll-    'l--.   ib'il     111 '" -i
tlon th.-.   wiii in all probahilit)  BSel
oi rtaii     .-  ��� from   ������      -, m
men
,,   _   Prim i and Prina ..s ol \\ ah i
��� ���. ivi._i  inul ..vi. i   ue mbers
.  party, ooi ., h ���!   hi  roj il boj
vn.. ,   prominent  imerlean   in
wers ci.��i-. n,.   n   m
on)      -��������� ��� .       Prank  < ������
I   , andl i ilii,   liari)   iv. ��� ii     rt ii
|)|     . M Hill..,.     I      I    I       .111    I a
..      B
tti .    Illl -.1    Up     M
,1   . ��    ,i    i -rn 1    po   ll "II     glv ll.       '
advantage in !>.������ pint
��� v. in.  .md leaving him in a
���     1    , ���      .    I..!.    I ��� .,,���   Il.il I    ���
illllli   I
Eacit.ny    FlniS''.
;.i.i--'i    �� i     ClOSl    ai..|   -���
.4  .. .i|     !!;���       ,1.1...,        .  ||)l ll
A^   Cm       I 01   ���- ..-   "I      III    tin
...  ..i a  ml ���    wi.ii b is
11   Mine  .   Loo .'������ i and V.
IV    se ined    almost    togetiu i        \
ind- i   ti nilii    iih,   of   the   w io,.
.   ���   ,:    as the i���'"*>''    I oon
ii-i  in  the  im..! ttrnggii
i was wild with in ��� in..
li.watd  tin-   lltiial,   lie     Kin        ��� ���   ���
owed s
���
.   ��� Bin IV. ws .i
OrSSteSl  Cro*d  Evtr
.   . ��� ���
��� w.i   ��.i      -i    I,-   ihi    i
ll I Di     ���     I	
r . ...
��� w, r,    ��� in
the crowd      with I
me i. thi   ���
tors  t .     ikl wn-
��� ii     ������     devio
-..  of   the   ���        - -     ���     I
<������!  a ,   ���     ���      ���
���ynope.B     of    Lt, ta,.
Homssusa R.-ju,,,^
A'Jy   BVS0   :   .
Ill 11.1.,-    .��� "J" "I
ii..I i.-v ______ M_,,
*0>     pl  ���     ..11    Abu
r.uiilly. or .���___H______>^ ot
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  I
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uon of li
Ap| ...
n.s.I.     ,i,   , -I
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al��;i   IL   | ). |
laud Is sil
,ow.v,
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'",i" ''"'   ��� '    idsr'esd
>.r ts. f���i owing , '
"'    Al ''''"'' '.��iile��c
���sscO  yeai   toi
(I)   A tiomi ' h�� J
dealr.v.   p*   - J
ttr��J
nts
the ��� of hi
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���   11. ���       ���   .   wiunin,
vi i v ..' i    Uouw
.    ; un IV    I  ������
In   th,-   M'�� rl��   i Vani uiivi . i   ��.
Sl   v ���   i     .' .'.       UlU'i li
.'.,   .in iv , n *
*.  as of '.h~w- nun.-        ..i.   :,' I.) k>
call;        The   f.r��i   '��"  l��l��'-s   -iit   hai-
IWS        Jo   to   V'li lurl:i    ui.
tl rd lo Lad) smith
Vancouver May Drop Out
of B. C Lacrosse League
GREAT    DAMAGE   ON
NOVA  SCOTIA  COAbl
I lv       -       M-i    2�� -���LrStr-i   B ��� ���
'  ��� ��� ���.���      |  ..-ii, BWSpl       Nn .    >
-���     thai   Ufa   who.   ������.���'���ier
inViai'r;    ,.f      :,'i,     Kiulhwestrtt.
I ill    ������!  | rtjat diillUiKe       All StOl ���
kb,r..  | .   sunk-n IXmts. ��r��'.*lia��:e  an!
��mii.sb��3 lobster trap*      *it  n..   r.- .niv
oi the galea   which gravelfe I INndaj
and   MiV'Isv,     tld��l     W����e��. B��<-; ���   in
shoving i-oats high upon whsrvea and
I odlng    tnati>    t-u-ldiriK*       mi    ai
t.-mpts   to   floa-   ���' .    vv
ers l>enn  mid  Mnu.l  h��t<- t.i
owoerahlp In tea .   *
reqaissssssi
(I)
(��t!.|
ass  ..
land '���������-���������l . J
I. su   eighty  I ���       .,
l.le   f|i taltj   ..'   v.- ....       . ;J
on   a  homes'.. ��4   v. , ,
in ihe vicinity, sack I        ��� . .��� -,j
l#rforni   bis  own   ������ :.�������� J
living  with the  !_-.'..
(li     '1 ,'ir '��� -:i. ,���_ Ik. .,{
preceding paragraphs        . :.,:
tuestiitiK u..t mora l m _,
e  d.re. t   Use    uu-...     '     .   .:
. of rosd i losraaoaa < -
msasnrameat,
iii   a  aomsstes li i
WESTMINSTER
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tent- Street,  -   New Westminster
Westminster
Transfer Co.
selmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
the Blaine and Vancouver at 3  1 j p ru
on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays
Ckrverdals  mails are doe on  i-ri.ir.
and Beta rday a-. I 4. am   and 4pm
Tues-lay.
11:00 am���Vanooaver, Victoria ��td
CVntra'.  Park,  via  B   C   Kl-ctr.c  KaII-
way.
12... ��  pm���Strawberry     Hill.  Tini-
beriand and  Booth  Westnrtnstsr,  by
otirl^r (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p m ���Eart Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m. ���Burquitlam. by courier.
2 to l     Uaay w.iS :. ...r. mad<
. New     \\ es'.lnu.     ���..
sco; i
The cballi ngl  g i ...     a oig
bur|.r SB    B< ������ '
. beat, ti out   _y two | i   H"��ma
IspaablnaUoo ma U     . ��� i os
ffig       ii..-. md �������'"���*
on Monda]  nexi  wltk   . sad ol two
goals ai v
Of   the  prtll !��� -        ��� ��� !   and   UM
chances ..i   *���.���-���*   \\,-n:-i stain
lng tin- < up a-.   t..    .,. Bright   i
fore.
_^^^^^^^^^_- Orea:   l.icros���>������  ��.ih   play,-,I
J:00 p.m.  (Suiiiii.-'r months Close at  ��ldi**>.       I     - . i.i,   Hr.lish
2:30  except   Saturday) ��� LsdSSf.   Port Colum'.i ..   gam  I   osoally   ar, ,    ii'^ariy
Onlchon,   Westham    Isoind   and   Sun- .every  man
Columbia Street-
Light and Heavy Hauling ���
bury, dally exc^n Sunday; Woodward,
Tu.-sday, Thtir.l.iy ;a,d Saturday, via
*J. Ci Bruce'' (Steveston msll di-s-
pair hod and  received  via Vancouver)
2:30 p.m.���VanOOUVOr and i'.*.er
Siding, via 0.  N   R   north
2 30 pm.---C P. U eaft, Sap;-non.
tnd Fniser Mills.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Bu-naby
'lake, via B C Electric Railway Saturday Bn extra mail l�� AsepStcbvd to
Victoria  via   Vancouver at  this   hour
Blaine .'tnd Bfftls. including nil I'.
S. pfrinrs east and south, via (i. N. K.
"Flyer."
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preston
Office. Front  St.,  Foot of S.xth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA     ROUTE
S.S.   Trader will  leave Vietoris  lor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leav.-.-   .New  Westminster nn   Wsd
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
ly.-avei   Victoria   11   -iin,   tenth   o!
sack   month  tor  Quatsino and    way
porti. twentieth Of each month tor
Ahctiset, t.uaisin" Caps Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. daily, except Sunday, Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.in.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess Mav leaves Viinco.iv i
May   IT. and  27.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vanoonvei
May 22 and June 2
PrincJSs    May    learag    Vancouver
May  17 and 27.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
S.S.QtlWen  City or  S.S.  Amur  leave
Mails   Received.
a m     Blaine  ami     Beatt
ill  l'   S. points, via O.
6:4
eluding
"Owl."       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
8:20  a.ni     Vancouver   and   Victoria
(excepi Tuesday), via B. C. Bi<  trie
I Railway
I   9:00 ',i in 00 a in - BtmWberr.  HIM,
by oonrier (Tussdaj ..n.-i FMdayl
B to b m    Vani ouver and  Vl toria.
via O. N   R.
10:00  to  ll :00  ��� m - i^'in ���    fori
Guichon. Weetbam Island and    iu<-'
day,   Thursday   and   Saturday)   Wood
wa: i, via steamer ,i c. Bncc (Steves.
ton despatched and rao red vis Va.-i-
couver i
12 30 to 1   |..in- --��    P   It   i'i'i.-i. Sap-
perton, Praser Mills and
1 'ni p in.    Vanco':ver,
Frasi-r ^^^^^^^^^h
1:30 p.m.-  Baal Burnaby, by couriw,
2 30 ji in   -Burqultlajn. bj oottrteT.
3:3o p.m.���Blaine aad    Seattle, m-
<-lulling all  I'   S. pointB.
i    7:00  p.m.- -SuiiuiH and    Seattle,  in-
��� v    mmm.,   ,��_e
1'ii'liiii.aiS.
Central i\i��.
SPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS j Vancouver May 20, and June 8
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SERVICE.
Princes- Beatrice leaves Vancouver
M ���    22, and June 2.
eluding all V   S  points and points b*|5S [hai  with
[tween Huntingdon and New- Westminster,  via  C   P.  H   BOOth;  also  Eraser
Mills.
60   YEAR?
EXPERIENCE
FRASER  RIVER.
\m S.S.  Beaver.
I-1 om   N--w   Westminster     Monday,
Corner Eighth 8t. and    Fifth Aven*e|v''���','" s lay ��n<l  Friday at 8 a.m
From f'liililwnck Tuesday. Tbtiri-n.iv
PHONR 17a ''" : Saturday at 7 a.m.
BOWELL A ODDV. Pronrlstors.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW8
Westminster's Home Paper.
i  -     reservations   and   Information
|cal]  Or  address
BD.  OOULET,
Agent, New Westmin t. p-
C.  B,  FOSTER.
Ai  -   Gen, I'asH. Agent, Vancouver
J. W.  TROU!',
General Superintend mt  Victoria,
Trade Marks
DctMNS
  COWVSIGHTB AC.
An.rmr.wnr'tnf t skStSh snil (lwrr.pl ion ms.
inlriilir um iTt��ln pttr OOtntoO fr�� xIh-i i..t sn
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I'��ti*nt-
beanng marks.���Mow esl
Witness
Here'e t Roas .
Tl s  ittaca ..n Tomm.   Uonnaa *-
Ne*    w< -vi, niti:    yeaU i laj    mows
tha* laci tan ai on   ai
this seeson ss ever, and th.r it i�� up
to Capitals to start a crusade an.i 0*
foul  work ���Ottawa  Er<>e  I'resn
Thouflht Caps Hsd Chance
Although   supporters     ol      the   ������s' ���
.Westiiiinnter :<-am seem ror.-.l'-uv th-
[Regina     All   Stars     lo"k     lo   h-v,    a
mighty good chance lo Wl the MUMO
cup     A tsro goal lead I        ���        ��� '
I van tags with winch to   tart tbi   see-
on; game, and as tb- challengers win
surely profll by ih.- nns-nk. I ma '    '-u
Thnrsday, there is averj reason      aj
p<x-'   ibey may  turn  tbi   tai n    to-
Saliiion 11 Hies on He hi vi ij rt :,,,i
peg  l-'r. a  I'r��-��..
Sport Morton's Advance  Dope.
Harrison H-.t Springs, it C Mar] -' ���
���Ths Regina lai rosm i un ��������� 11 ��� ���>���
tomorrow   i".   New   Weatmlnstei   and
vll| arrive -br about II O'clock I nv
boys   had   I   ��oi k  i .   '   ��� I..-���     ..r.'l
havi imi in thi ��� ire 11tn. rowing,
ti-ing ami in.   n lm ilng     i hi >
ar,- confldenl ..f beatlni out Westmin
st'-r. banklni a x h i n the fad  thai
tb,. ii. -.^..i i . wen bn out (Muni
th.- 1st tei hair of 'in iii.t mati _
K' iina   will   plaj     In    same   nil'   IP
A  iv ord    . roe.1 i     expects I, as is
oro ��� e in the w imi,  topic ot ��� poi
tlon oui here  Thai Ttnrsdsy's gnms
wa, 11,1 parlor nai I      evident tr. ma
11.   1.1 in |ui a
Bun   Clark,,   ha-    ..ri   Idol,  and   evry
Utile whii,- cn 1- admiring glaoc 1 al
Johnny Howard People hers prs
diet that Bon won 1 pay UOthei
game like Thursday, but it is proim-
the  protection  h" Is at
forded h. win dtipiu _i������
I Westminster had quits a enra
thrown Into them, and ar,. congrat*
llaMng themselveB on having entered
iiheir protest again 1 v. Regioa pi��y-
'ers.
After the cup game Regina will UW*
n w.-ek in Vsncon. ir, v.king in _ssu<
tie. Victoria, Nelson, KVrnle, i>-tn-
bridge and other places on return.
Warwick,  Howard, kiu-.i ani Gorman
,'ire   wane,]   ',.    ,h,|r   ,      peCtlVS   t-Illll'V
and wiii n- .nn east Immediate!, ut-
ier tomorrow's game The others win
remain    11 . m, 1.. _ |,
Junior Baseball
FoRowtag Is Us *ch��dui�� of gamei
In   the  Junior     Usu-ball    !-����u��   this
itiioii   th- first ns-; Sd    ���
team ll. 1 a._i (����<���
May .7 LiOM 1 PSSVeiS at
Queens psrk; I M P A r�� Tig -h
..:  QtM a a pnft
Jun- 1 l| rr. vi   l.lDt,. .,: .--; .-
Ion,  Brav.r�� VS.   T.   M.   P.    h    a
Qseeo'a park
June    10���-Tigers    r*     11.avert    st
Queen's park, Y   M   P   a   n  la-1.��
at   Sa;-perton
Jun* 17 ReaveTB ����� Uon- nt Sa;-
l��er-on. Tigers VS. 1 M P. A Sl
Sapperton.
Jun-  14���Lions   vs.   Tiger-  ��t   Sap-
p+Tttm;   Y     M     V     A     rs    Bi-sver..  at
gappsftee
June 3��- Beavers vs Tlg_rs at
Qm-*n's park. Uona n Y M P A.
st   Sapperton
I perform  his  reel It si ���      ��� *����� is
' cordai. ������ �� :h t^.���    ��� ��� . 1 j
; sitb pareata or < n tarn .����
,*i   br  him-."-!? BOSt   i..' '      r tni
tot the distill I of SU
Six months   i.. tiv    :. *   Mr t_|
t>e  given  to  the Comuits... :.*r .! !n
minion IjidiIi st  Ottaws   1: -iwiixt
to apply for pstent
U     w\    -
|le;.utr of tb-   M!tl��u-r . ' :  > h_-
Railway Time Tables
B   C. E. R   Wfeetmlnstsr Bj
Wi���� D*f lenses ��
c*/s leave Vas ���
mis VIST Bl
I u.. and averj he.', -..
unill   ll N  ; in
("an Isavs Nee  Wssta b��i��i :���
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after   nut..   11   M  ; uj
b. -j��.   Scl-ifdu c
Cart Wk,<   Vaaei I . * (01 '-��� a
tnin-'ter  Bl   I BS
fTcr)     half    hour    tbi  1
II N  9 m
Cars leave Mew WesUnia
couver  at  k  M  �� ���    M
hour tbi-resfier iinMl II   I
car 11 00 pn
D. J.  McQusrr.t,  Local  M_r��_r*
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fed
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telil IrMl lllir'tt Sf��l.��-rifojiHM'��rlili^J|i��l��lM._
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Scientific flmcrican.
A tuual. miilr Ulnttrtleil wniii.]..   l__/_,.��t cir-
iSilalloii -,t any (irienllSr I'lUjn-il.    'leri'ji l(.f
1.%!.��.!�� kjjt ft rear, postsss inpaia,   r--.ln lif
*ll ntti.;-,..i>.
-WBies^sJili-i
ONE  HUNDRED  FISHERMEN
LOSE   LIVES   IN   STORM
nilboa. Bpain, Hay Zfl \ violent
t'tiipi- 1 ... 111 raging on the "n
hoa coasi More than till vessel Oi
the fishing ll,-. 1 have founflersd ail<J
It is estimated thai no leas than Uf
fishermen luiv   ..,., n drown ll.
To Rgapowaism Vy.ni-i.ti
Laughlin
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THE   !iil"-Uw'' THUKSDAV   MAY 27. 1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS
PAOR  SKVTBN.
10S TO. SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR WORTH
COWANS
PERFECTION
COCOA
li tin
(Mspls Leaf Labsl.
bMt  .,)__��, bscsuas It la pur*, i...-
����� aad far*, ^inifrmlcsl.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
BUDGtl MEETS WIIH     ^i* Paslor (iiven
MUCH GPPOSMON     lok,!"Dt ***
Chancellor   of    Exchequer
Crystal Theatre
HUMBLE   AND   TRUE.
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11,,. i-   I .     dlnister
ot  ���  from
banlc-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
or
ii
f->rs,
->f--nrarrur��rj  ami  Mvuim   ,���   Atl Kiru,
\0JMt.    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash.
Interior Finish,     I timed  Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
l_-r&._  Stock Plain and  Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
'l^rnber Always in Stock for  Fencing and Draining.
/ Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12. New  Westminster
.-" ��� ,   Bil  .        Will   b-     v
'���><-"��� ��� ,.mn,  lnteresi you
May Withdraw Land Tax ,]w toi the bet-
term ....:,                          |
Bankers Protest. thatood,
Mn HI ri j will prolong your
day>    . .. ;.,i,   toij   is
into
.;.    .       pl ...        iUiU
-   not enter, j
"An ....           .
to a'      i ol gold ai
i .                  v  iv   tne
��� ���         ���-    l.i .     . Ki;. ,       u '
.V      in   the ii.ci. ass Jperl .                 a ������
at deatn                                   . - .,-   am. i
_     i       '-I |    ,\i     -,i . with a taw
.   paid out ot.weii chosen woi                ���   ,.   wntcn
capital                                       reserves tefn     mei wi           ri ;   th�� ga ber-
:                          ndustrii    art  ,,.,. ��� ���_������ .ward.
dim .-.-..                    :       , oy- j    .Mr and
ne nt are                                ��� >���������������'.:..        ,. they will .-, ��� n.l
'but it b     ��� ��� fa         whi n V i     ..      .   tt. On their
repeated   ������             .;       [loan.        oi  .A;i,     . -,       top s   Kelow D i
t-i cltj     .           ���  -.         ���  capital   a   , _   .    ..here Mr, -Lege.
���   .   .��� inan i for j,,tr. nl      n ide,    and   at    Wlnnti
AN
EXCITING  FISHING
PARTY
THE   POOR   OFf-iCER
THE    CITY    OF    C0N8TANTI
NOPLE
(The V,.
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CONTAGIOUS   TWITCHING
DISEASE.
have you got a pennc
stavp:
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"YOU'LL     BE     SORRY
TOO   LATE."
JUST
Matinees 2 to 5.
Admission   10c.
Evemng 7 p.m.
Children,   5c.
Mv.N'At'ER    .1     M    COil-TO.N.
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PRINTING
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every    order    placed    w.th
ua    means    a   satisfied   cus
tomer,
Ol!R Wnk'h SATISFIES
OLR PBCB ARE RIGHT
Bates on  s ' any des
cription   or   quantity   quoted
on a;    Ic -tlon.
t lackson & Morrison ��
7 and 11  SIXTH ST.
New Westminster. Phone 388
wberi    b< the guests <��: Ui
Ma''. ���     ilater  for aom - daj i
, i ibi.   tha   Hi   Magi ,��� win
��� _, iiration
ighi   Ins tea Dreadno .��ht��.
.it
be    . \ i   ��� ���   .
I .      . ���-.    V     .   I     '    i        a,    . ,       .),, , ,. _��� ,|..
are   t*n����rs ,4 1.,. ,,.a���. of a:, ence.
A 1��J      I.   I ��� .    I .      tO     '        *"
1    ;. imli   poi>
I. > offer a reason
.  .    ��� t        Li - ivern
Blic eflnrv to prov
thai  ��� ���:
tn dry.'
Tin- teat 1
MANY   EUROPEAN   ACTS
With the Selis-Fioto Shows.
'i v.. greai Bel    I ��� *o shows ��� ooaot-
.   unaape dated will appear In vug city on June
4.   Whii.- the trained srlld beasts ar,. a
: haa wi great  teal ,-������  tin- regular Ihte ol tit*-
Edison Theatre
Animated     Pictures     and     llluatrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON
Program changed Monday, \<t ..
Bfteda) and Friday. S;... iai matin'-e
for ladies, and children Saturdays at
-     I DL ra.
_T_____1_J_ JUJ~3m!m!l~
....     .....
Model Sign Works
SIGN. SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
��� ��� but   thi   v.''>*>!- cos acta Is fully up to a high sta   I
Tb.   wonderful Nelson .-nm*
it the   kini loin      lie aorpriaeand hai   no eqnata a  bi ob
.   :.. acting ens world.    Th.- Hiding Rooneya are
to a 1 ��� �����   and >--. hWl  among    the    big acts,    the    BerUk
to in,._ -.        sinking tund propesmis Troupe,  .lying  Loveus   I'wlns,    t_e
hotels   fro     1 x- ��� Wtve   Bronz..  Troupe of   acrobats  nave  no
irgei :,!. I poea  .iy may with.   .n-en.   The Rhode KoyaJ tn. nage and
land taxes    The budget wtti  High Bobool homes an- seen only wtth
Ial!    daring the r-u*1 this ihow.   The clowns are tunny, -be
ol procednr�� In ths '..muwii'. gymnasts clever;  the elephant* num-
.:���',      .     , j    .,f ,, c-institutional con-  vrou- and tli- menagerie i*> large and
\\A Coupon Given
I Away Free With
Every 49-lb. Sack]
' 4
1 ���
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..,.,�� I v..   to  a DhSBOS S-Sfe  mom-
a chins dinner   aei     The   winning   num'���--
���      11 ���,.,   I    I      ..   <: tha  lurk     nui_ber*.
aad th,- .1 see. ssi sriU   ��� ' twarded tn yog
-   !h~r-i_   ^  i'-Ui-r  floir   than  Boyal  Bundard        tl  IS
.��� ���;. ���   oi  i_n.\.. ��� : .    -     Royal Btaadard
, BfaU] e-i- . s        ���' tht  rerj fin.-nt <j__it>-
-.-laid is ths a+nt 1 mosl perfect Soar
fll'.-    ���   *"*s V.i- bouse* will   ���. nia.111-
taln-d
Opt sin Prettymsn and Haroid Uoa
.    i.een the taaa .ff-itive speakers
he budget; Austen cnam'.'T-
Lsin       ohdoct-flg an attack on Bonar
I.aw and <i<v>rgp Wyndbam is re-
1 ning in the background Tbe in-
-��� dob drawn by th ��� -lalonlsta Is 'hat
Mr BsMoor will aixiint the Isst namsfl
1 ��� elloi of ths Exchequer again
when  the  tarlB refonasra retnrn to
.��� ruinor ha* be-n revived 'hat
Winston Churchill will be mad- Viceroy of India, with a peerage, but it
is   vit  credited   by  the  Radical' .   who
lastai  thai the   governmeoi   cannot
spare   ti Mn cani;>algTi-.w wh-n jr��-ner-
��� ai elections _tx- ln �� _ht  Booth Airtca,
��� w j...... vi ��� governmenl   h.is   achieved
n.t*l>ie suc<_-s ln    reo-ndllng    -.he
, - h-M-hlng    confed'-a-.i.in    and
, romottag a boom :n Kaflir. ani Kbo
llislans.   would   be    a    mor-    natural
iere of activities than Indian fo: the
ml   md  ivibitl.ms commoner
the Armour Prize Team a   great tea,
ture
A 'r��- stroet parade will be given
which will l*ave the gTounls at ten
o'ck��.'r on the day of th>- pertormanoe.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
Summer CiOods        New Westmimter.
JUST   ARRIVED.
ixaetly   the   material   you   want   for
���uits mad. to order     Perfect fit guaranteed.
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. 0. Box 634. New Westminster
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
The Model Bakery
COR. FOURTH AVE. A SECOND 8T.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT 0ar c.ie_-ated   Cream,   Browm  and
TO SEND YOU OVER' Barley Dread Is ln great demand.   Al-
���mir _t_\DTUU/rcT.DVI IIWC"    w*^s  sweet,  and   onoe   need always
Int nUKlnWUl-Kn Lint       _,_,..���      _.)u_   cakes   sad   Cookies   are
ESght Traim  Every  Day in the  Ye_u-,c r"' '
BETWEEN
H. C.  MARK
MANUFACTURED BY
I Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd. j j
t
Mesa
Vancouver,
L'berals and the Colonies.
Toronto, .May 26 ���Sir Robert tvrK-
address  the   Empire  club  -oi_0-   j
*   v    Th-   Relation  of  the  Liberal j
'.!   England   to   the     Colontan 1
em
Coming Back.
Ottawa     Maj     -fi���Mr   and    Mrs
Bah :   Bmlth,  Senator and  Mrn   Bos-
tocW  and  M*   A   R   Johnston, of  Na
..., - . ��� evening tor the coast
Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THK NORTHWESTERN. LTD.
Embodies '.he newest and best ideas
for COMFORT. CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliant
1 ly lllumiuaud train In the world. The
equipment cinsists of private eompart-
I ment cars, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reciinlng
chair cars (seats free), modem day-
coaches and buffet, library and i-mok-
Ing cars.
For  Time  Tables.   Folders,  or  any-
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.!
A SONS.
-���hone 435.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATUN.
WHITK HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR-
BANK- Daily trains (except Seoday)
carrying passes^ers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages ��t Car-
cross ar. 1 White Horse, manainiag
a tho-oujh winter service.
For information apply to
1    J. H. RO.ERS, Trsfflc Manager.
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EYES TESTED FREE
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Special Bargain
Five <j.lire beg b-sutlf'i! mure linen
-nt<- paper in either of two s tcs. and
ti\e pAikiigi-. mv-lini-s '�� match. r*g
tilsr prtea %i 00, thla we*k on:y
PRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE
WE ARE READY TO SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
htgh-clas- building materials
than It is to purchase the poorer kind We can point te
buildings built wltti our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
j  BOOKSELLERS       ST/TIONERS     NEWS DEALERS
*H***4*444++++++++++ +++++++++++++***+++**+**********
Bv AUC?.T,0.N-   ! Small Accounts  I
mih. -i�� . ._j wb ..*��� -.   -���--
Fridi.v,     May   Js.   11H��,
'  upward of Lit fuliaised
I "ii the n-w B. C   K. R-
do'fj oe overlooking ths i.'11
._.;!'   ���' on 'h.- citv limits betsreen
in.
i.   Westmlnsti r, anil BeO-
llurnaby.      Full  pnnicu
I will app>rar In B dn>  or
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Cook & Ross
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THE AUCTIONEERS
r0nt   31..  OpposlU  Market,   New
Wf��.     ',��,���-     phons 489.
.-nu  GranvMIs   8t-,   Vancouver.
IT  f'AYS TO  ADVERTISE
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DAILY
NEWS
Wa.tn.inst8.*s Hnmi Paper.
as   well  as  lnrge ones are  wcl,-o'.iv
you ne.M not wait  until your bustii.'.-"
has assumed largo proportions before
opening ��" account
DO   SO  TODAY.
You Will receive Stsry coilifsi l'-'.
Ml niaittcrs Intrusted to OS. and thSN
ll nothing in Ut* baniaing we Can not
perform.
TOTAL ASSETS OVER ��53.0O0,000.O0
The Royal Bank of Canada
Nsw Westminster, B. C.  Branch.
F. B. Ly'e, Manager
PHONE
yoUr Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the \
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone ;
A-22
For information as to contracts, consult the adver- *
tising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your *
place of business.
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Paints, Oils and Varnishes
When you have made up your mind to da aom* painting,
remember that ia paya to use paint or varnish that will stand in
all weathers.
Elephant paint ia made from the purest of oil and lead, and
the colorings in it are the very bast that can be uaed and ar*
mixed by experts who thoroughly understand every branch of
the   paint   business.
Our line of varnishes and a alns Includaa the following: Jap
s-lsc. Baplac, Berry Bros. Hard Oil and Varnishes. Standard
Varnishes, and Wilkinson, Hey wood A Clarke's famous EngHeh
line of varniahea.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
MUTTON, VEAL PORK
Freeh Pork   Ssuaagea dally.
of "-i-roe. s n-ork.
PACIFIC
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Meat Market *#"-
Phone 192
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NCMENEIY I AND-R.Q!.
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THE  bAILf  NEWS.
rHUR_DA.    Ms..
"���V, MAY ?7. h
Robber, Cotton,
and Wire Wound
HOSE
IN   SEVERAL    DIFFER
ENT   GRADES.
OUR STOCK IS LARGE AN3 *
YOU MAY BE SURE TO GET J
THE  RIGHT THING,
BOWLING
Wehandtethefinest
Crockery,   China':
and Glassware and
at prices that fairly it
astonish buyers byi
their littleness. Ask1
our customers if
this is not so. What
would you think ofl
purchasing Glass-
ware and Crockery |
at practically cost?j
Well, that is our
price. Our wares
are dainty, up-to-
date and price-j
pleasing. One pur-;
chase will be sufficient to prove the:
truth of our words.
Another shipment
of New Glassware
just in. Come and
see.
WE CUT  RUBBER HOSE  IN   ���
LENGTHS     TO      SUIT     PUR
CHASERS,
Tonight   iln- W.  .1.   Kerr,  i,t,|._ team
will go  ol anconve. and roll a prac
. .   ���   and on Krid.i,  niiil, U,,.N
wil   i      Ile Weetminatei | | ,M| ��������� tlll.
B. C   i' " graphic baagui . ai   �� n aa
oompi ting agalnal a team trom \ an
ame iiiitin.  this will _e
flnal workout befotv Isavin* tor
tbe bowling congr. _g
Word  was received from ihe i    i-
...*   ... ��� :v    Vancouver,  saying   thai   a
n.l  ;-��.   ol  13 7;'. wlll  be in . it.-,'-
:-    SeaUl        \ i  Intending  to makv
1p should hand   n il��i i_ n.uu,..
" "���'' Ucki ���- and berths
!.M BWuWtftj  tn,.rnh
.       \.i Sprarea  beat   Wi mnin ������
���     ' ��� ting  by  a  large  margin   the
being
WESTMINSTER
l- I. :;
Gilchrist l.i ii., ii,,
Lath un Ifio i t] i.,,,
Bllvei       181 iv _i ;
Willette       1��6 18. IM
Mum In. l_o i ;., * . ���
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64 )
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Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Totals
 6.i:t    7T.I
AU  BPRAR]
Lacrosse
Sticks j
Burneti
Hals teed
Sharpies
Mclntyre
[Cllburn
Total
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168
108
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ITA
.ClAN MINER DIES
IN ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING
McBREARTY'S   1909,
LALLY'S 1909.
CROQUET  SETS, |_.oo  UP.
BASEBALL  GOODS.   ETC
ALL NEW GOODS.
AT
MOREY'S
865 Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
. uuiii.ri.ind. BL c   Hay .'-.a fatal I
: t..����� ..ii���_:   accident   occurred   li,-.v   >.tv- i
terday, reaoltlag in tha death "( _n-
r:.o Tans, as li.iian miner    t.-i-:-r '
daj   morning h_  sreni  Batting, laxm* i
hu  Bbotgus     With a fishiim rod   be
w-ni tn a stn-am tw,,-!-,, miles distant '
itrom town, and while walking through
the tm-.li th,- gun eras aocideotally d a
chiBrged, hW lef; arm !,<ini: almost lorn
from liis body.    The injured man aiart
ad 00  liis return  to town Imin.-.iu i   .
after tbe avi lent, but growing areas
from   loss of  blood,   hi*   PTOgTBH wa*
alow,    L'r-on reaching town, flv.  Hours
!.'.'-r. be wai il��ced In Ui<* hospital
and .iu operation ^erforrnvd  tba nun ,
dying shortly a ftp rur arris.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD  STOCK   FOR  SALE  BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block,  New Westminster
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS* BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Houses Painted
LOCAL NOTES.
A meeting wttb the Richmond -
Biclpal  authorities    will    bs held on
I Monday next with regard to the  ws
ter question.
|    Mrs    OSorgs   Adam.    accompanied ,
!_y  her   motner.   Mm.  Bell,   leave*  " n
Tuesday for Ke.owna. wber�� ahe Will
Bpend  ��ome time.
Rev B. <; Tbompeon, M a. >�����'*������ r-j|
daj   evening    united  m   Doawflsgs   at"
Ktiox   liiun-b   mans.    Albert   A.   OO+B
and  Clara   E.  Merr;. ni.ui.  both <><   IW
Ingham,   only the neceessry witnnsw
, |  �� . :.     :. -��� nl
Tin- American Prison assoctnuoo,
which meets in Beattli trom AntH*
hi to 19 ban InvtU i n d< ��� -.i'< iroui
Ithia city. The actlns preeweot l��
l>t .1 T. OUmoor, o| thi i ��� ntrai
prison. Toronto. The civil tinsnee
[committee WllJ report oa this matter.
A Kang of men trom tbi city 'loaru
of works, employed 'n repairing a ��u.
tace sewei j the Dull) Newi Wock,
on M'-Kenzi,- street, were (oreed :"
discontinue their worl yesterday ai-
. :... >n sa Ibe aoiee from tn, ti ���������:���
mering  disturbe i  tbe pr-C H
!the assizes  bemg  held  in   the  oourl
bouse,
WALL  PAPER,
The mw-.lng of the IharSBoiders 0I I
In Artis-.ic Coiom. [tbi   Westminster Trust Companj  ��m
PAINTS  OILS. ETC    ''   I   yesterday,   followed   bj   b  din-c I
Doane, Bailey & McKay ;
Agents Vancouver Vacuum Carpet
Cleaner.
Front   St., Dominion   Truat   Building.
tors' meeting.     A   dividend waa de-
. i and tbe   aianoe sti.'.--. adopted,
the following dlrecton belns :   elect
ed:       T.   ,1    Traiip   ictniirnia: |    i*    ��
nn.inilale,     I_.   A    1.  wi-,     |):    R    h.
Walker. T. H   Smitli. .1   .1   Joni    and
H   Ryall, y  .1   liar: (managing ..lirn
.tor), imd K. L  Webber (secreurry).
AT  THE   HOTELS
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Electric Railway Service ii
Interurban  Line.
Cars   for   Vancouver   and way
station,   wlll   run  every half
hour   lrom   5:BO   a. m. Last
car leave- at 11  p.  in.
Lai' ��� ives Vanci iver at
.1 .30 p.m.
Cars leave tbs depot evei ������-
twenty minu'r-s for hoth Sap-
perton and city limits ov.-r the
city  line.
O '   " ��� '     '   """ ....-.���   ���      -
Cty   Line:   Caia   leave   tram   <> i;   pi iber and wife, Win-
flic- on the hour, twenty mln-  ',\ Watson   .-   i   wife,   Wlhnipeg
Ruaaeli Hotel,
R.   i   Parli and wife, i���,- AngeM
Mm  and Miss Bnrton>Maekensti   <i<>
���.   dale;    it   C   Harwell.   Chllltwaokt
i .1    Andi v..ii    Si attle;   w   H   ( ��� *n".
I, Toronto,    K:;ink      Andrews     I'orontfl
iniii. I
..   ���>,,    ������     r    I,-*, ;,. na K'    NV
.. a   . .._   -,!-,,,_. *' Powei    Hammond,  i  .1   K.   ���     Beal
utei   after,   and   forty    minute.,,,  ^     H   .   Bm<   ,,,.. H<^ ,
after, commencing at 6:90 a. m   ];'winnl -.-.   \.   ICcNSntly, Vsneottver;
o ],i   .    Portei   .'.ilgSi      R   *    ��� v 11<t��� r
Sapperton   Line:   (,'uri   have j|    on   iviiiiv.;,  ,
B|   ten   minutes atter  tbe hour,  i>
half past an-I fifty minutes aft'-r
tin   hour,   r-'.mmen. lug  at   8:80
a. m.
Sunday  service half-hotiriy be.
twe,-n .:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
Windsor Hotel.
II Nerams, Chilli whek; ( V.
Adami l..<���"m!" . 0, W M-.id. U
Plaxton, A Berry, Latigley; Mrs. h
A. Oklbraitfa Portland, Ore i-i
Johhson, Cbilliwnokj i i Doyh . 11��<
'/I.--. .1 I). Kenny, Blaln . Thoa i>4, \
lialr, Geo  Beckett, Abbottaford
I
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd i    ir-vr itro.hers, Toronto, wm send yo��
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eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ' :'"'      v il you mention this i--,"
Bank of Montreal:
^+++++++++++++++++++++++444444444444+++++++++++++++++
+
KSTABL1SIIED 1X17.
CAPITAL 814,400,000.00   ��
RE8ERVE    11,000,000.00   {
Branches throughout Canada and e
Newfoundland, and In London, Kni;
land, New York, Chicago anil Spokane,
V. S. a., and Mexico city. A general
baiikiiii' ti ui-in.IKS transacted. Lei
ters oi Credit issued, available with
correspondents in   all part- of   thi
world.
Bavin.;- Hank Department���_>po_.lt_
received ln Rums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at _ p,-r cent, pei
annum (presenl rate).
Total  Assets over $1.8,000.000.00.
Look This Up
Ten large lots, Seventh Avenue and
Sixteenth Street, only
$4200
Terms.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
.MNER, Manager.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
NEWS
POR   TODAY
Attractive offerings o.i seasonable and up-to-date
goods.   Many an interesting item which is sun to
prove of lx_nefit to our customers.
Women's Stylish
Spring and Summer
Coats
('oan of nx-.Tut    pri,.   whii     | I   ��
tbelr RCnuHlc worth    hr ..),-���    ���������      ..������
\\- ��� -,i--i'i! .   made from ..'..iln , :  _ ���    ��� ���
fi��a   covert     ckitli.     ^ind   high grag*
r^-rman     ! niailckuh. ix**'      H ai
fitting ,,n.i ti-tht backv sl--, perfect-]
tilaln t_ll.>r-<l ��*.yl*��. shlir othei _��������
Bnlsbed   With   iu!f*;rappln��:   *n |   Out
tons; ail Biie��, .-.- to i? tor laaHss >i"i
mlasti   ii If to it    PHea<  l-io sa M
aa !    ��tooo
Several Excellent
Cream Coating
Materials
IktAlm'.  nil��*e��   and oblldreni  ������
Inu   mstrrlsl*   which   a-..   ;,-���..,
BMSSS I   ��������� ���; Ml       Wl   !���'!.tlon a les
of the mcMt aervlcesbk--
CKKAM     PANAMA,    per    .,   ;  ._
     |1 uu
mm cmum skhck twi ��. *
V*r  yard      7Vc  and I'W
mav?  seaoa   p.-r   .... i %i��,
���>��� i           ....   i' t-
I'ltKWI   ROX\N \     -
"���iu:vM i.i BTB-E ii plain i   _
arsjswra   ,.    yard j'jc io n*
OOTTON   BEDTORD OOKO OOA
��� -,   w.d,     �� .
per ��� k xi  so.
Udies1 White
Cambric Underskirts $1 Each
Phre doses   womans wtrs  'Vai*"'*'
White  'am  rlc   undi-raku'      Sltl    .o ��� .
Bonnes Bnlsbed with   a raw oi   ��� ���
broldered WH and dnsi I ." ���       H: i
��� nil todaj    <-:ii li   . . .        |1 00
PANCT IttUPI   :
CHSA_   lutoM* i/n ii
4V    l<
at ou
A Splendid
New Range of
Golf Jackets
I,, v,   atyto* m  ins gnaiity
goll  lacketi    sbowtng  the  mteai   '"
pop 'ii.n tanneni   foi woam 01
��� i   . .no   mors  sei rlc* bWi    pu
un nt i   in .i*<< (or niitiii��,i weei     v- *
���   |.        | ..v. ii    ac   with   full    hlC'W-.
uii lit ting cuff-, plain reet, ooiiara,
i��. lu  pocketi. en*.    Coi...   an ttaty,
brosm   (-.-inllnaia and black and
���*iii-' Priced   from   .  ��3,2.   to  V* t)U
I'lll  t��   i'\..IMhllK   l"     ��� ml   M)c
.   .        . **���
Diagonal Stripe
Suitings $8.75 Per
Suit Length
B x arid n half yard lensiu   Oi at]
���,   u,, !...!.,!(.   aumim-r     Mitlngi     ���-
Inche*  wide,   all  wool,  worn ,��I  '
nnd  In  -holds Rhadv* of nav,    '     ��
.md green and Mae)
50-inch Colored
Panama 95c Yd.
Ptas even weavi  Pwai �����
M.dium  -eight   '   .1 Bniah  I
md ;.rnwti onl.   pei  -*"i*'i
��bc
A Snap in Victoria
Lawn 10c Yd.
Vietoris   i.i*��".    I   """'     ** '
line,    even    w...ve,      P��m1    B
,|iial|iv. milifttili- for children     d
apron-,  ladles' blot-    '���   Sti     I -  - ���*
only      Regular value II I '<���
rllil   pri.-.   ]��<��� W'l   	
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK.

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