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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHIT��. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
IN LIBEL ACTION
gjit Arising Out of Miner
Episode Settled to Satisfaction of Parties.
Tll, _<���!"'���"
ha'-  !*sWrda
IfflUtl
ll
jolll-ke libel  case was
In the   local police
brought against D.
,     p i:;,     wai don  Of ll"'
that in the course
pail)  Columbian,
ytentiai. ,"'111-
lip.e
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone C5.
WESTMINSTER, B. C, FR.'t.W MORNING, APRIL 9, 1909.
,.MIX with H.. Miner's escape
��� .,���,. a  ii. Mclntyre, of
who had at one
Miner, was
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���pa ������� '' ,u'
llltif'""j - ���
g Bird, ol Vancouver, appeared
_.,..". t,aii    ft'.  ������  Macdonald do-
A.,,. a number ot witnesse .
, fcl examined, counsel consulted,
,.,.���.���. 0f which   was thai  Mr.
t,     apology ��v- accepted, wl Lb
it of ci
Visiti to P.nitentiary.
IM|ce   ..���". "' I'orboulil  heard
L___   The newa editor of the Co-
pu,  W H    Stewa*.,   was Brai
[^d.   ii,. produced the original let.
, wi)iii4e_   In the   Colombian on
s_f_ 3 last    He was proes-exam-
g on a number of matters, and ex-
J....J ;!.,. opinion    that  defendant
hold him he (Bourke. had learned
tm instructor Mackenzie that plain-
' i._i .sited   the   penitential")  la
Bpany with C P. R Detl etiv,, Bul-
plaii till wa_ on the stand tor
time    lie re ated the proceed-
u Kamloops when Miner and nts
iBpanion. were   tried.     Aft��-r thl*
mu cleared up witness never
-,,�� Miner,     ti was untrue Ik-
mi bad terms with the late Col.
ity.'*   So fund,   tot appeal were
i- mln- .md   the appeal against
������.trtire \..v dropped,     Witness
;. ������    'ii in company with l>i'
������ ���     - or Terr) al th-' pi Qlten-
Solnti rviews with Miner h_*_
I .*'    ed alone      Ui. evidence
*'. *��! . at a.l in .       -    vtinina-
Miputu being I risk al times.
BitM�� Existence of Bondi.
I;!  :. I Bulllck, of  Uu- C.   P,   It.,
ft    He bad mu  visited the
pn,   m   companj    with   the
'-������   Hli i. |, i   i-l going to the
��� If Terry knew
elaimitlg   to
1 to, ud the matter needed
��w .. . Witm was trying to
WMotloi lng   property
���: ���!. Iii tlie Mission
���""'' ��� ���������-.-. covered,
-r-Kthevtett .,, \|i;i,.r ,,, Ul��� ,,,.���,.
'���had onl) s.u.i about half a
"      ��Mlm       Th    vialtore'
ok was   produced, and  It
���..-ii of Bulllck to
*"Uai. wa�� i ot recorded, al-
M        n '   to record a l
-*���        oil     llolliin
*'a  "ohli        th     lm���
,s' no truth  in
�� stolen bond .
'  ii :.ilit   a;   til-
ool sa.    how in
��* D naoB
and Terr)  had
I ' Nell ���ou ,|
I,  . " had noi  ,
Tfiere
credit at the
DHIVINIi ACCIDENT
ON VANCOUVER ROAD
Mrs.   C.   A.  Welsh  and  Party  Thrown
from  Rig at Edmonds���In Colli-
sion vith Furniture Van.
An alarming ci Id ��������� occurred near
Edmonds station y( terday on the
Vancouver road.     a heavy furniture
van belonging to It. Thorburn, of Van-1 the financial - t of the operations
couver, was proceeding along the road \ot lhe royal mini last year indicates
in charge of J. McDonald, when a sin- that it is a mo- profitable investment
gle-horse iig driven by Mv,. c. A.
Welsh, with whom was another lady
and two children, attempted to pawn
the van. a collision occurred, and
the party; was thrown out, Mr.-. Welsh
Ijelns badly bruised, and
thought had her shoulder
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
I MAKES MONEY    GERMANS WELCOME    f L/ttKOSSE playeks of
DURING POOR YEAR      PROPOSED TREATY Umm mm mm
.Spite of Financial Depies-
I sion, Profit of $82,492 Is
I    Made During 1908.
Ottawa, Apr]   v   ,\ return showing
Settlement of Commercial
Conflict With Canada Is
Favorably Received.
it    was
for ihe country. Although, owing to
the financial depression, the amount
of new it,may,, required was ncrt up
to the normal of recent years, and
the output of the new mint was consequently restricted, thus decreasing
r put out. She ! '*'"' profits, there was a gross profit In
pu able to walk down to the car at j the silver and copper coin minted
Edmonds, and received medical at- during 1908 amounting to'$_9.,431.
tention as soon a* possible, j T'i<* expenses of maintenance and -al
Great credit Is due to the teamster aries totaled $71,939, leaving a net proof Thorburn'.. van for his a-.Ist.noe p4- exclusive of int. -e.-t on capital in-
in controlling the frightened horse.      vestment, of $82,492.     The amount of
 '  silver coined  was $313,338, the protr.
| being |175,709 Th- value of the cop-
pop coinage waa $23,290, the profit
being $18,709.
HUNDREDS IN LINE TO
PURCHASE FINAL DRINH
Thirst   Residents  of  Gray.   Ind..   Make
Big  Rush on Saloons Last  Day
Thty Ace Open.
DISPUTED HOMESTEADS
1     -ILL AGAIN BE OPENED
Berlin, April 8.���The statement tbat
there is a possibility of a commercial
treaty being concluded between German., and Canada comes as a.i agreeable surprise to German business men
Alio deplore the fact Unit they a
losing ground rapidly In Canada.
The Tageblati [Miitits out that a settlement of the conflict with Canada
will pave the way tor the regulation
of comma rclal relations with England
and urges that an agreement of a permanent nature should be arrived at a-
soon as possible.
Then- i.s al] the more necessity for
the early conclusion of such an agreei
ment on a sound basis, it says, as
Ithore seems to be every prospect of
the idea of tariff reform being realized
tn England.
Victoria,  Vancouver  and   Westminster
Asked to Give Golden State
Boys  Dates for  Matches.
Women  Who  Were  Helped by  Police*
men to  Secure  Desirable   Land
Gain Nothing.
Calgary, April s.���Commissioner
Gaiy.  InU ,  April  8.-  Tb,.-  spectacle
of hundreds ot thirsty , sklents stand-
ing in a line   a block    long to get a {
tinaJ drlak    at a poplar bar was oae
of the unique incident-; in connection :
with the closing ui the fifteen remain   W. Greenway has   ordered   that the
lng saloons in Gary, : three-quarter    sections    over    which
At tirst the customers were erred there has ,.,-:i so much dispute be ������-*-
as they crowded to the bar. bu. after advertised, and they will be opened
,i short time it was found necessary to {again for entry on May 4. Mr. Green-
to u-e the sam,' tactics employed way made a thorough Investigation of
during a rush [or theatre tickets. all the circumstances, and decided that
At some of th,. saloon- bargain sales I the situation was so complex that
were conducted, liquor _��� nig sold at ��� this wa. th. only course to pursue.
cost to od customers. Whai w.rc I The policemen whose conduct in
teemed '���wakes,*' were hi id in all of|b*lphJg two women to secure d_dr-
the saloons, the ��� ill" ., ing off so far able quarter sections ha.s been tne
as the observance of the usual closing cause of much criticism, think the
hours was. concerned. The licenses complaints made of their uction are
of the saloon proprietors really ex-! unfair, as they were not on duty at
pired at midnight, but the police mad,, j the time they made entry, an.l had ��� x-
no effort to stop the rush of custom-1 pren_ed their intention of getting
���era after that  time,  ll  being  under- ibomesteads If thiey got in in time.
stood that early th -��� morning the last 	
drinks  would  be sold
GREEKS TO TAKE PLACE
OF JAPS ON RAILROAD
Two   Cars   Filled   With   Laborers
Route to Seattle to Work on
G. N. ami N. P.
En
Ogd. n, April 8.���Four Bectlons of a
Rio (Jrande passenger tram arrived
this afternoon, crowded with colonists
for California and the Northwest. Two
cars of one train, carried Greeks ticketed through to Seattle, who ar,- the
vanguard of a small Army of Greeks
to displace Japanese on the Northern
P-aeific and Groat Northern railroads.
A lacrosse team from California will
tour the northwest coast next June
and Vancouv. r, Victoria and New
Westminster clubs have been asked to
give the Americans matches during
their tour in this Bection of the country. Charles H. Minto. president of
the California association, is behind
ihe scheme, and he expects to bring
a strong team north. Lacrosse is becoming popular in California, and the
people down there are anxious to Bee
their teams pitted against some Canadian learn.--.
It is quite likely that date-, will be
arranged for early in June. Later In
the season the Victoria Lacrosse club
contemplates sending a team on a
tour through California. Vancouver
may also send a team south at the
same lime, while a trip for the Westminster boy.-, is almost assured.
PRETTY (."IIS WILL
GATHEI .T A.-Y.-P. E.
Popularity O itests Now Being Held | 150 Cities-
Free Trip 1 r Winners.
TEN THOUSAND MEN
QUIT ON GREAT LAKES
Refusal of Shipowners to Recognize Marine Engineers'
Union Causes Walk Out.
Chicago, April 8.���Ten thousand
marine engineer.* firemen, oilers, deck
hands and water tenders went on a
istjrike |]_8t night and the opening of
navigation on the Great, Lakes ls now
threatened with a complete .tie-up.
The strike was caused by the refusal of shipowners to recognize the
Marine Engineers' union.
LORD   KELVIN   GROUNDS
IMPROVED BY  TRUSTEES)
tl-V;
,ORANGE  BALL  HELD
   . AT PRINCESS HALL
ouver.      A  short    conversation took- 	
place. The Orange    rail at    the Princess
Apology Made. ; hall, Sapperton, proved an extremely
w A. Macdonald, ol Vancouvi r, foi successful entertainment last evening.
���the defendant, made the following jo ver 100 couples attending. A pleas-
statement: . ant  program of   music had b,-> n ar-
to say    that after ' ranged, and dancing was kept up till
iijeni
ta it
ffltne
I-'.'.
lai.
li
���i    led  lo be-
toi to Bulllckj
"I am pleased
sum,, consultation with my learned"! tbe early hours of the morning. The
friend, and after hearing the evidence, bail, held under the auspices of L. O.
we have arrived at a solution of Ui>' L. 159r., was in charge of a committee
matter, which I think with \our war-1constating of L. Netherby (chairman),
had Iship's permission will be satisfactory r, a. Stoney (W. Al.), .' Archibald
i'i Concerned, i wish to saj thai :.\. B Clarke, e. W, Cookie, J. T. Tre-
if the Inspector of penitentlarie. who warthy, and J. .'��� Randolph. The vis.
conducted the Inveatii von bad ti itors included Right Worshipful.Broth-
Mi. ltouri..- r-qn-Stedi obtained the er J. W. Whiteley, grand organiser for
attendance of Mr. tfclntyi I pai I- the province, and county master, K.
cular matter would bat     een cleai   I <;  Patterson.
a,, before.     On    ehalf ol mj  client, 	
Mr. Bourke, l am    Instructed   to sa*   THIRTEEN  INJURED IN
aboul  to
bin i
i  Hi,
���   examined
,..' i      elated ho.
���
At the meeting of the school board
last evening. Trustee Lore.- reported
that he had secured the se.-d for sowing on the grounds around the new
Lord Kelvin school this spring in accordance with the plan for the Improvement of the ground-.
The first payment on the new schoo;
site at Sapperton. $lu00, was authorized as soon as the agreement is completed. A Toronto girl made application for the position of teacher at the
liiiah School, but was not eligible, and
negotiations will proceed with a Nova
Seoiia man, w.o'had written for further information.
Work was reported complete by \V.
Beadle on a new lavatory at the Central schools. Trustee Thornber has
secured 20 kindergarten tables, and
1,-avo was obtained to secure 20
chairs.
Arising out of a discus-ion on physical culture, it was decided Bo secure
an Instructor, and Trustee /',.k will
see J. C. Cornish on the matter. Trustee Thornber was authorized to arrange with reference to the hyloplates
tat the Boys' Central school.
SENIOR FOOTBALL MATCH
IN  WESTMINSTER TODAY
An Interesting feature of the engagements for today will be the association football match between Westminster and ;he National- in the Vancouver district league at Moody square
at :i pjtn. An attempt was male yes-
lerd.i, to alt.-r the time of playing to
ihe morning, but without success, and
the visitors will come over by special '
car. A good collection will be Welcome, with a h<?avy call on tne home
club for away match-"- recently. The
Rovers team will be selected from
Barbaree, Bruce and Klrby, Craig,
Sawyers and Clark, Watson. Shawcross, Locke, Johnson. Cadyzien.
Leamy and Drown.
SAYS ADVERTISING
HAS MADE CANADA
Seattle, April 7.���Thirty-five states
and territories from Alaska to Alabama and from Hawaii to New York,
will send their prettiest glr|_ to the
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition. t_e
rosy-cheeked daughters of the .snows
will meet the soft-spoken young women of the South, and dark eyed girls
from sun-kissed Hawaii will greet
their sisters from Philadelphia atid
.N..-W Vork in the beauty congress to
be held during the summer. In i.o
cities there are now being held popular contests to s��e who shall represent each particular community.
D. li. Dunooinbe, who is looking after this feature of the exposition, estimates that between 2000 and 'i'M'sii
girls will visit Seattle as a result o*
the contests. They will be shown
special courtesies at the exposition
and during their stay they will *:..
honored guests. ���
The popularity contest idea., to
provide exposition trips came m'.o
vogue with the St. Louis world's fair.
Parties were sent to Chicago and to
the Buffalo exposition, but at the St
Umis, the Lewis .and Clark and '-he
Jamestown expositions, the plaD -.-:
tracted widespread interest.
There are twenty-five newspap,:9 j-
California that will .-��*-nd young women
to the exposition, with all expen. s
paid. Two newspapers in A_*k. .
one in the Yukon teritory and one in
Hawaii ar, conducting contests.
Other states and territories .p. !
will send delegations are: A .zo:.. ,
Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Geor...,
Idaho, Illinois. Iowa. Kentucky. Kan-
sas, Missouri. Michigan, Mlnneso.*.
Montana, North Dakota, New Yor_.
Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon. Oklahoma, Pennsylvania. South Dakota.
Texas, Tennessee, Utah ami Wiscoc-
-in.
Fifteen cities in Washington w> }
send delegations of young women. The
Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Saskatchewan will also be r ?-
resented.
INDIAN GETS OPTION ON
100,000 ACRES OF LAND
Mexico City, April 8.���An optic*., i
l.ii.OOO acres of land near Coatzacov-
cus ha.s been given A. L. Oani-l. a
Cherokee Indian, who represents ���
large company engaged >n colonizl.*
Indians from Oklahoma,
���bat as rrom the su. rn statement of
Mr. Mclntyre it appi an th i lie was
not present either a: the time when
Detective Bulllck In ��� rvlewed BUI
Miner or an) othi r time whi n ai
other detective .vi- ai the I- nil n
tlary,     Undi . tli cirt uinal ui< ea
TROLLEY   COLLISION.
Boston, Mass., April s. In a trblle)
i ar co llslon   nn   Washington stn   i
ar popular, In Roslyndale^ yester-
,im\ afternoon, between an empty and
a well filled oar which was climbing
four
**) I...
days
I.   IVe,
!nDN M;���.
.ie
'"'"tt lo th
tli-atii
him io
indicated
'   'he   bead    .    Vallieh
��� dl| up, ree__
It Mt0    '.-"-,. an>-
"   I:"l reported iho
I,    Who   llllll
E^-n ;;tn
V
*I2�� ������fo.'by*
���lil-hl. :"! ��ure u-heihor
%"        " """i   Hie   upper
Whiartj  .
Of iw!   ""'"'    M"s^\  and
^0lllee ; "   '  I'ed,  giving
JNofMii C'j*"m8tances of the
^anJe^therof.them8a,
"' Penile,,,-.,.
i.      In
Was     Sol
v'1,1   him  hi
���:  ���
If.,
!".���
at any
9"f-;n��� ��������� M;'in_,sh wns given
I'^hl,   '  "';;"  >P   tatement.
He ^* lad b,.,
ti
ii oonnect.
i���,lt;:; ���      he we,,,
f,,,      ��� ������ - mpany
^^rv,,,,;    ,: Mounted
"'   '   Itlell.ofVan.
utmos:   publicity j LONDON
NEWSPAPER
OFFERS AERO PRIZE
,!i,,���t te, I it is bis dutj iii an open the hifl, one person was seriously and
manner to withdraw anj reference " a dozen painfully injured. The accl
Mr. Mclntyre made in the letti i re ,> nl was said to be due to the bre|k-
fen-el to. and wishes, further, to apo. ling of the evim ction between tbe
og.ste to Mr. Mclntyre for an. such ref-i, iui>ty cat and the one which was hau
n.nce made to him under this mis-j ing it.
apprehension and desires thai tin pa
pers .hall gjye th
to this statement."
Under this arrangement   Mr   Mclntyre would like the'charge wl_-drawn.
Magistrate  Satisfied.
The Magistrate-^ am very phitl indeed .that you have been able '���" come
to such a conclusion. On '!' ' ''
ih-nee put in hi'i-e Mr. VWrityre - ,,''ll*;
to have Ui'oii <iul'e lunoccnt ol any
i.s<>o1,.tion with the detectivs or any
(onnlvntioo in Bill Miner's escapft
under these ciroumstances I shall M
only itoo glad to allow (he pigtter ''"*
drop.
Mr. Bird said satlsfae-.vv arrange
ments had ir^on made with referencS
to  Mr.  Mclntyre's    costs, and
London, April S.���The Daily Mail of-
I-,.,, a prize of $r>ooo for the first aeroplane flight of one mne in the British
isieo, Tlie machine must be built
by a British subject. The aeroplan-
l.t also to be a British subject, the
eolonh'S beidR included.
CHURCH SERVICES TODAY.
Holy Trinity���Ante-communion. _ a.
m,; Matins, Lltnny and address, ll a
m.; evensong nnd sermon, 7:SO phi.
Sr. Barnahiif*'���Service at 11 a.m. hy
Ven   Archdeacon Pcntreath   D D., and
had  written to Ihi    '   \<" ���'��� , _       .
.    , ��� , .,. ,i,e invest, igai-m., by Rev. a. De B, Owen
why he was not called at ""
nation.
The pro- dings then terminatea
LORD  STRATHCONA  ON
STABILITY OF   EMPIRE
London, April 8.���Lord Strathcona,
.... iking ai the graduation ceremony
of Aberdeen university, -poke on the
desirability ol the unification of all
that affected ihe stability of the empire.
ASKS ARE THERE ANY
CHRISTIANS THERE
London, April 8.���A British Columbia miner, setnotig $100 to the loni
mayor to help the starving people who
tramp the Thames embankment, asks
are there any Christians in England.
The members of St, Paul's Reform
Episcopal church have arranged tor a
dramatic, recital by Arthur P. Brown.
lately from London, England, to be
fiven in the basemen: of the church
on Monday evening. April 19th. He
will ho assisted by Miss B. T. Thomp.
son, Miss Florence Mitchell and other
artists.
London, April 8.���Referring to the
Prince of Wales' advice io England t,,
advertise, the Daily Telegraph talos
Canada as an Instance, which it says
is a nation that is being built, up
largely by a unique method of using
advertisements to promote the political and economic interest- of stale.
Canada Is getting people because she |
has adopted every   means to upread
knowledge of her capacities
THREE  MILLION  FOR
MEXICAN   NATIONAL  THEATRE
Mexico City, April 8.���The annua'
budget to the national congiv-_ i i.
ries more than .it.imo.ooo for a new
national theatre; $4,900,000 for educa-
tlonal purposes; $11,600,000 for >T>
proving Irrigation facilities, and tho
water Byetem of the federal district
ami si.Oiio.mui for a monument t��
commemorate the on,, hundredth
nive'sary of Mexican lodependi ���
nexl year.
Tn
Mar- :
hers' Union has engaged the Princess
Westminster local of the
Died   at   Bcllingham.
hall. Sapperton, for a dance on Mon-'    Belllngham, April 8.���Kenneth  da
Hay evening, to which un on in. n are tln of Rossland, B. c. a wealthy mine,
invited. j owner of British Columbia, who v -
taken fcom a Croat Noiihern tram
rrenton, 1 . J., Vpril 7. The housj bere on Monday uight suffering from
passed yesterdaj a bill to prevent a+ loss of memory and apparently l_
groes using the name or wearing ihe ni.-n d. died at St. Joseph'.-, hospital
emblem of the Benevolent and Protec-  ��e terday.
five Order of E .
��� ������������������������������������������������
'queen's Avenue Methodlei   Servh
i:iI �� p.m. by Rev. Prof. Hetherlngton.
Anti-cigarette Bill Passes.
St, Paul, April 8.- The state senate
yesterday pa-scd a -ill recently passe*]
by Mm house making ii a misdemeanor to matnifao-urc, ��ell or .Ive away
, i���'���urettes or the "mnkinps" of a
cigarette,
Coarse Work.
C, B. Deans, of the Adams >���.-
Deans grocery, yesterday received official notilictitlon from
Registrar of Votes S. II. Kiel
cher tli.'it bis name on the vo-
iors' ||si ha I been objected to
on the ground that he had not
boon a resident of this district
during the    past    -ix��� months.
GOOD  FRIDAY  ENGAGEMENT.
9.00 am.,    A and B.    Coinpanie-  : *
South  Westminster  range.
9:30 a.m., Hun Club shoot at Moody
^ i square,
Baseball.
1:30 p.m., Russeiis is. Balmorals,
:::.",i�� p.m.. Young I.berals vs. Cub-
ai Queen's park.
Football.
:i:iiu p.m., Vancouver District leagUI
The Information was a surprise   +  B*tn<
to Mr Dean who had not been
aware of bis absence from
Westminster tor thai period.
The protest wa. signed by a
prominent Conservative worker.
Westminster   vs.    Nation   s
Mood)   guars,
svin   p.m.,   Vancouver    Orpheus   W  I
Choirs at Opera House.
NO  ISSUE TOMORROW.
There will be no issuo of the D��''y
News    tomorrow on    account of    th��
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PAGE TWO.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
FRIDAY, Apr-,
APR,L.9. 1909,
_01 ���!*���
Uassihe
ertisements
WANTED. FOR   SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSiNESS. FRATERNAL. ETC.
Extract from a business man's letteer:   ''A  real dyed-in-the wool, naine-blown-in-the oottle success Insurance policy can only be bought by advertising. You must advertise and keep on advertising. And, sir!  it will
to invest twenty thousand dollars in judicious advertising than sink the same amount in suburban real estate."      Whoever sells good advertising sells business, sells income, sells bank accounts,  sells  growth   1 id
the man who talks of advertising as an expense does not know the first  letter of the alphabet that makes ud the words to describe advertising.      Watch    our   Classified    Columns    and    be   convinced   that   a.J,7.��, ^ 3ni
���      ������"���ertislng  pays.
PERSONAL.
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can.
find a congenial lhe companion for
.any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver,
WANTED.
WANTED���Girl to do chamber work.
Apply 1101! Georgia street, Vancouver   I!.  C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
lemr.ing. Gtiiiin & Falrley, phone
4117, -IS Flack block, Vancouver,
B.  C.
C. HAM HER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 11, Gulchon Block, New-
Westminster,    p. o. Box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
ARCHITECT,
LAUNDRY.
REAL ESTATE.
ROYAL   CITY    LAUNDRY,    ROYAL ' FOR SALE���"Rivervlew,' City of N< w
Avenue and Blitckie Street.   Nyw is
the time to get curtains and blank-
ets ready for spring.   Ring up phone |
183. i
LIVERY STABLE.
WANTED���Boys to sell papers in the
'mornings on either salary or commission. Good money promised.
Apply this office, Saturday morning,
between   11 and  12.
WANTED���Girl for general housework. Apply in the evenings'. Mrs.
W. G McQuarrie, Second street and
Fourth avenue
W. D. GOOD FELLOW
Room 11. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCH!
tects, Guichon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phone 232.
AUCTION   SALE
WANTED ��� FURNISHED COTTAGE
or housekeeping rooms, close in.
Address R. C Stanley, "Windsor
Hotel.
*
.. ANTED^ATTuyer for good rooming
and hoarding house; 15 rooms, good
terms,   Address A. B. C, Daily News
Offlce.
OUR SALE TODAY OF JEWELRY
2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Horace
Dorer, jeweler.
ELECTRICAL   W.ORKS.
WANTED���To buy all kinds of fowl.
pigeons and ducks; also eggs. Box
Z, Daily News Office.
LOST. "
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eletcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature' wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
LOST���Bank of Commerce Savings
Bank book. Finder please return
thin office.
FOUND.
.OUND���A PURSE CONTAINING
money in bills etc. Owner can have
same by applying to Sayce, .44 Carnarvon Street; proving property and
paying for this ad.
FOUND���Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply P. O. Box 148.
FOR   SALE.
EOR SALE���Safe, ca- ii register, second-hand, cheap, Box W. T. P., this
offlce.
TORTsale���One~of the best residen-
tial sites in the city, facing Moody
Square; three lots with 150 feet
frontage on Eighth street; corner.
Price $1500; $400 cash, balance $20
a month. Particulars, apply Box
795, city.
FOR SALE���Two corner lots on the
new B. C. E. R. cut off, close to city
limits; $225 oacn; 1-4 cash, balance
fi and 12 months. Apply Box 837.
City.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
ELOCUTION.
HELEN BADGLEY, TEACHER OF
elocution, physical culture a,nd dramatic art. Every Monday, . to S
p.m. Knights of Pythias hall, or 992
Hornby Street, Vancouver. Phone
B;i535.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
FANCY   POULTRY,  EGGS,  ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale. Barred Rocks, White, Brown
aud Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs tor
hatching. Write your require- j
ments.
Westm-nater* 3 lots in AliA.-rta st.,
I corner iot, 133x60, 2 lots, 133x40;
price $1000; cash $260, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. Cook & Ross, 323
Front street, opp. Market, New
Wi st minster.
FOR SALE���30 acre farm, 5 ml
from New Westminster on Kraser
���iver, never Hooded, drained and
fenced, good bouse ami barn, ready
lor crop; boats call at wharf tla.iy;
railway within half a miu ; schools
and etc., close. Cash $1500; balance in three years. Cook _ Ross,
323 Front street, opp, Market, New
Westminster.
MAUN*-,  _���_ ui-iiiAKD & CO., LTD.,
.1. li. \ idal, j, f., .Manage,  ueai Estate Depart men 1.     Phones 106 and
J211.
FOUR   FIN-   RESIDENTIAL   LOTS
in i'tirnuoy,   oat'r.ookmg   the cay,
one .lock from city tram; $150 each,
1-4 wish, baiance in 2 year..
EIGHTY  ACHES    FRUIT    LAND  IN
Surrey,  3  miles  from  Westminster
bridge;  $500 worth    of   cedar, half
mile from G. N. Railway and Eraser
river;   only  $311  per acre and  easy
terms.    Five-acre blocks in this vicinity are selling at $75 to $100 per
nan.
A FINE LOT ON FOURTH STREET,
________ near Sixth avenue, only $400.      In-
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,!     vesUgate this.
Ltd.,  Burnaby   Lake���For   healthy, 160 ACRES IN SURREY, INCLUDING
home-grown fruit t.rtH>s phone 445. SO acres of best hind in the district
j    and timber equal In value to price
REAL   ESTATE.
PEERS fi RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
spoil'ly. Room 7 Hamley block.
P, , I, Box 458, phone 364.
WOODWOKKING.
WESTMINSTER
Co.,
W'OODWOHiasiu
and detail -
THE SCHAAKB MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MUSIC
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Antclli, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and of G. F. Sims, Mus.    Mac., Oxford,,  England, will give lessons in'
singing and harmony.
NURSERY.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, tipar tram otnee,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance.
FOUR nice LOTS, a half . lock from
Columbia Street, between Keary a_d
Alberta Streets, Sapperton, tor $-7a
on h,   Lots abutting aro worth $5<ni.
YOU can have your choice of 11 nice
cleared lots in the West End for
$175 each, on easy term-. AlBo 2
double corners in the West End at
$17", each, Half cash.
FIVE GOOD LOTS on Eighth Avenut
near  Moody   Square   at     $250  each.
These will   stand   an advance for
quick turnover.
WE have 5 acres of good black soil
two and one-quarter mlK-s from this
city,  eaSy  clearing, ou  the     North
roud for $650, half cash, Balance 6
and 12 months.
m
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF 1). C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, phone 334.
6-ROOM HOUSE ON EIGHTH ST.,
electric  light.    $1500.   Easy  terms.
1 ACRE IN BURNABY CLOSE TO
car line; 15 minute, from city. $760,
terms.
mai
pri,lo,-.     w...
and car 11 r
473.
:   and eatij
"s  pr��-J
,;':   BleTeitJ
���   ����� 254 ...J
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
EGGS EOR HATCHING��� S. C. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per set-
I iii'; of 13. Hans Vog'.sang, poultry
expert, 936 Keefer street. Vancouver, B. C.
PAPER HANGING &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
I. O.O. F.- AMI iy |.i,| .;|.-N() jj"
The regular 1 ���,
are held in Oddl hall, Cols
b,a  Btreet' aday eve��M
at H "'*       ' ison, nnM|
grand,   w. c.
ROSE  OF    COLUMBIA LODGE _jj
11...   Son.,   ol     1 lvs-pj
Ros      Degree    meel ��� ,
fourth Wednei lay of each ni-tl
In K. of P. hall .-. ,.;i.r
P.m. Whit. Ri 1 ..,, fojj
Wednesday  in    .   1 h    _ ,,,
lime and place v, iting hrotitJ
cordially Invlti d G 0 !i,ne|
pres.;   H.  Disney, .
A. O. U. W.���FRASER l.OlxiH N0.I
Meetings the I .1 third Tti
day in each month     Visiting btJ
ren cordla I) invi 1 ���; to itfjj
Ln dge room, A. 0. U VV. hall, 01
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOCK
lover Johnston's shoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, Interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
FURNITURE.
W.    E.    FALES,   THE   FURNiTURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie street .
Phone 176, night call 81.
J. I. MERRY & CO., RHONE A501.
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
Streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses, Horses
for .sale.   Reference furnished.
ROOM8 TO RENT.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLO( ih
to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam-heate -1
with hot and cold water, gas-
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
fC RENT���ONE LARGE FURNlSH-
<"d tielroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 287, VIc-
lOTia street.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386, The Pure Food
Supply Grocery,  P.  O.  Box  811.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVKRY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Dally jN'ews Block, Sixth
street.
PROFESSIONAL.
HOUSE TO RENT.
POUR   ROOMED   HOUSE  ON   CARI-
boo Street.   Mrs. I), D. Bourke.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216~SEmrSTT
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, heal
cheese, etc
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts.. New
Westminster, B. C.
JEWELRY.
SELLING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of high-Grade watches and jewelry
by auction. Sale- each day, 2:30
and 7:30 p ni.      Horace Dorer.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER.
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Telephone 64
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER. B. C LAND
veyor. Ellard b'ock, New
minster, B. C.
SUR
West-
WADE. WHKALLKR & McQUARRIE
(F, C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealier, W
c, McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 I/'.ne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
1 Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
of laud. This is a simp at $2400;
easy terms.
EIGHTY ACRES AT CLAYTON, 8UR-
rey, at $50 per acre; some improvements; good terms.
SIXTY ACRES IMPROVED FARM
near Cloverdale, dwelling, barn,
chicken houses, sheds and etc., orchard, good creek, 7 acres under cultivation. This must be sold at
once hence the price le low���below
market price. $1500 cash will handle it, balance on time.
160 ACRES IMPROVED FARM IN
Langley, house, barn, outbuildings-
bearing orchard, 30 acres cleared,
l-.alance easy clearing; rich black
loam soil. This is a bargain at
$40 per acre and should be a moneymaker for some one but "first come
first served."
DIAMOND & CORBOULD, SIXTH
street.
FOR SALE���HALF MILE WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only $6 a foot; will he worth $25 a
foot in a year's time. Compare
this with other prices.
F.R SALE��� T.5-ACRE FARM LANO-
loy Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation; close to tram, school,
store, etc.. $130 an acre. Cheap at
$201 an acre.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
WE  BUY   AND  SELL  FURNITURE
and  all   kinds of  new  and second
hand goods,
offlce.
A.  Speck,   near  Tram
STENOGRAPHY   A
WHITE,  SHILES   ���  i_o.
Real   Estate and  Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm and  suburban   property.
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO.," LTD., REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth street, $17
per mouth.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.H.C. AfclBuTT
Manager). Rea] estate, Insurance,
loans, notaries pubtic, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
TYPEWRITING.
II
COURT BRUNETTE  NO  1099,
���Mei.ts  the  fourth    Fri lay in1
month at    S o'clock,   in ilk st.
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL  ORDER  OF KAQU
Aerie .No. 20���Meets every Tus
evening at 8 p.m.   in   th" Bid
hall, Columbia street.    A. CUikJ
Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secretary
THE   ROYAI, TEMPLARS OF'
perance meel  every W,(lm*sdaj)
8 p.m., kn Oddfellows hall, CoU
street.
BONS OF SCOTLAND BENEPtTj
soclation,  L'ord of the Isles Cj
191���Meets on the first   an.l
Tuesday of every month in K
hall.   Chief W. Sutherland
FREEMAN    BUNTING,       ROOM
Gulchon block.     P. O. Box ti!M.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province offlce, Colombia street.    Ph-ne 62.
RE8TAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT" & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, propr.e-
tress). Four courses, consisting of
sonp, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
TAILORS.
_____ '
GALVIN, 32 Sixth street; ladles' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
In ladies' and men's suitings. Press
ing and repairing, on short notice.
Phone  B350.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
Lorne street, w. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
THE EDISON THEATRE. CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures.   Illustrated sonps,
Program changed Monday, Wvdvv
day and Friday.
O. 0. F���ROYAL   CITY  LOi
No. 3���Meets   In   oddfellow'1
Columbia street, every Friday e|
ing at .8 o'clock      VleltlM M<
will be made welcome  Q E-��*
N. G.; C. E, Osborne, r. 0,
tig secretary.
OTHER    FRATERNAL   SOCiff
include the Union I>Oai. , *���
F. and A   M ; Kinu- Solomon
No. 17, A. F, and   .A. M.; I* <t
No. 1150;  L. O. I- ��� NO' $**'
Sapperton, No. 4683, L 0. 1.',
P.,    Court    Westminster,
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest Wj
rl
No. 1
BOARD   OF    TRADK-NilW*]
minst.r Board ol Trade nn
hoard  room. City Hall, as W
Third  Thursday    of   each
lhe
quarterly   meetings   on
Thursday or February, Mm
and  November, in S P-nl
meetings on the 'Dir.t fl "  I
Fel.niarv.      Ne* members twl
pro��0  Bt)  ami ' I' -'; '���'   *'   "" ^
Ij  ,���-   quarterly   me " ,:
Stuart-Wade, Be retur]
HUT-UN, VEAL, PORK
Fresh  Pork   Sausages daily.      _,(
Best   of  Parmer's   Pork.
04c^040*o*o*oo*o*o*o._-*o#o O+O+O+O+O+O+OO+X^+n+O+Ci+O+O
I NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
Prime Ribs Beef
Choice
Juicy   Steaks.
i
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 M.MF.N'tMY  . ANDERSON
Kf    v    - safwi
i<y. " ;'���
Columbia St.
NOTICE.
New Westminster   District.
District of New Westtntn.ter.
thi nee west 20 chain ,
south HO chain.*, thence east  t- ,' , Q_
-. or less to Agamenmoi 1
thenci   northerly along  the    I    ���   to
ilnl of commoncemi nt,      ��� lin
in    '' 0   teres more or less.
HARRIET FOP
M. Li GORDON,
NEW HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE, TWO LOTS. REASONABLE TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY   TO    LOAN
> _*0#0*0#0040*<_*0*0*0*00^0*0*0*^^ (
txmk
Tak    notice,   hai  llarrli t  Ford, ol,
pin Meadows, 11. C, occupation oar -
tied lady, int'iids to apply for perml ���
sion to purchase the following de- MAKE YOUR APPEAL, to v
scribed lands: Commencing ai a p��SI. through tho columns of THi
planted at the southeast eo n ��� ef Loi      NEWS,   The Morning Paper,
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
-IN-
TKE       DAILY NEWS
V/esttn 1 lister's Home Paper. I Westminster's Home Paper.
FOR SALE
t
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Thirq
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & ^��"
Front Street.
NOTICE.
Take notice that D. .1. .lcQuaiTic, of
New Westminster, U. ('., occupation,
electric   railway   manager,   Intends   to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands  In  the  district of New Westminster;
Commencing at a post planted   at
the    southwest    corner   of    lot  1390,
thence east to n
orth*
:..  t   I
.(���r��'r'
south*
���est
1362, thence ^"ll1" "' .,���,,,..
ner of I". ���, ^X^ ��'
erly and norther f  ov^
nien.vtn.tv.ee.e-nmu.l
or less, iv. McQ.Alfll
T.ANMRL  JOHN
tv,. JOHN if. ba  4
19th, '-)[,i
Hated
I !(._,��� uiber pfllDA
y.  APRIL  9,   1909.
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THE   DAILY   H^WS
PAGE THREE
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FOR YOUR
____���
We extend an earliest invitation to everyone to come and see our ^^
display of handsome Easter Footwear. * New and choice styles for Men^ Women,
Boys, Misses and Children that we are now showing for the first time this season.
The handsomest and best shoes we have ever shown.
++++++++++4
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++***++++++++++++++++���;���������.+��� ++++++++++ �������������������������,
Here are some of the new styles.    Note how low the prices are:
MEN'S  TAN
OXFORDS���
"The Wm wick,''
dark brown, tan
Oxford, with ml]
__rtt:i|-\   he��'l   a
.'.oung lellow s
shoe, ���...*,(. and
$..0<J p;_r.
MEN'S   MAXIMUM
TAN   OXFORDS���
Stylish, all sl/., s
...d widths, 14 "ii
aud  14.50   pair
THS
GEO. A. SLATER'S
INVICTLS
PATENT
OXFORDS���
Tile   1 est   -..'...
made in Canada,
ti.oU  an.'.   |5.00
puir.
Invictus V- lour Calf
Oxford!-, J4.-U.
Invletus Ru -ia Tan
Oxford', $5 ���.'.' pr.
��+++++++++
PATENT
LEATHER
BOOTS���
Maximum Paten!
Leather Bluchers,
54.00 and $4.50.
Th.- very best : i ade
Maximum  Patent
Hi'.e.io., a regular
$6.00 coot, Easter
wi ek,  $5.00  pair.
��������������������������������� ++++++4+++++++++++44+++++
Special Easter
FEMINIA SHOES���
We are showing a large range of Women's Patent Leather boots at $5.50
pair. These am the sweUeBi Bhoes
that ,,ver came to town at 'hi- price.
They equal manj other $4.50 and $6.00
make.
"FEMINIA
OXFORDS"���
Patent Leather Blucher Oxfords $11 00
pair. ,
Chocolate Kid Turn Sole Oxfords.
$2.50 puir.
Ox B'.OOd Blucher Oxfords. $3.00
pair.
COMFORT   SHOES
FOR   EVERYBODY���
No matter how
tender your feet
may be we have
shoes  that we'll
guarantee will give
comfort.    Ask for
our Broad foot
Shoe*, al--*o "Invictus" Bunion
Shoes.     Solid   Foot
Joy.
��������� ++*++++++++++++++444++++++
Shoes for Ladies.
THE   "CROSS"   SHOES
FOR  LADIES���
Our top notch American slice. T.i.is,
Patents, Chocolates and al. the popular spring styles, $4.50 and $5.00.
INVICTUS SHOES
FOR   LADIES���
.-.ei.  th,-  new   lines of colored  tops  in
Patent   Leather   Hoots,   also   our   new
lines   Of   Invictus   $4.PO   -tioes.
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Children9s Shoes.
NATURE SHAPED
[A SHOES
The Store for
PARENTS.  ASK   FOR  THE
"INSTRUCTOR SHOES"���
Y\    c.-.v,     complete line et' low shoes
a-  I  ulippi .   .   a. ������ ail .   billion, all e</-
-,    .1,1.1 leather.
ARE YOU GOING FISHING
SEE OUR NEW "TROUTING
BOOTS"  AT  $6.00  A   PAIR.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER CITY
ASSESSMENT.
Court of Revision
Notice is hereby Riven that  tl��
iWEALTHY   ENGLISHMAN
LOST  IN  AMERICA
Chicago, April   _.���n<>w    York ami
li
Ot the city.
W and Heavy Haulin..
fT.|Ce .   1'��U_lIlg   li,   any     person
.I's.mont.  io
buen returned to mt
my   Offloe  where  it ma.
'AM  DEPOT.
ro,   the year  l��09   has
and    cunalns '"
he  in peco'd
;lii interest
,,!'   111-   <'"m't
,NEWs     '"'"'"ns of THE DAILY
ne Morning PapePi
having
I therein, until the sitting
ol Revision. ��� ,,p.
!    Thenrs. sitting of the ro.... of ue
vision on th.- said assessment toll
bo held at '-he   City Hall   m   ha   ���
city on Wednesday,,   the   18tb day Of j
May  next,  in   10  o'clock    in   the foil
noon.
Any   person   Intending   to   appeal
against the assessment must do so in
writing to he tiled with the city i
at   least   seven   days   before   the   IJrst
silting Of  the  coun.
W .A. DCNI'AN.
City  Oi'Tlv
City Hall. April 7, 1905..
; Chicago friends ol' Harold IE Hagot, a
i wealthy  young  Englishman,  haVe instituted a prlvai, -e-ircb for ih.- young
man, nt whom trace was lo.i In Chicago February 1  lust.
Mr.  BagOt, a  resldeni   of Windsor,
| England, was making hi* Aral visit to
America. He carried a letter o'f credit on Brown Brothers, of New York
and London, for $15,000. Thi. letter
has noi been drawn upon, Mr. Iiag.it
came lo Chicago from N'-w  York and
,1)11 February 1 boarded a train tor St,
Louis, Since then there has been no
word of his whereabouts.
FIVE MEN MEET DEATH
IN   CALABRIAN   RIOT
NOTICK.
Mouiil   Leone,    Cain una,    April S.
Pour in, ii were killed and mimy title ;
wounded in a conflict In this town to
<iav with ih,- local Carbineers,     The
authorities are endeavoring to collect
new taxes which are exceedingly unpopular, As e protest the people
marched through the streets in procession and  invaded  the city hall.
The carbineers were called out,
Whereupon the people sounded the tocsin and a fierce riot followed, ln
which the soldiers fired on the people.
Notice is hereby given  that '>-;',���
Arthur Crandell is nol now nor i
���iv-  lieen  in partnership with
ander Speck,  iu the business  ci      ��� d
on under the name of Speck Al  I
ih 1, in the City of New Westinuvv i
It.  C. and    tho    said    Oscar A**n,.-
(.iindell   will   not   he  responsihi*
any of the debts of the said firm.
Dated  al   New   West minster,  B.  C,
th.. Till day of April, A. D., 1909.
(Signed) ALEX. SPECK.
OSCAR ARTHUR CRANDELL.
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THE   JJAILV7   i\ 1   W S.
FR|PAY, APR|L
9. 190?,
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. C.
E.
A.
Paige Managing  Director
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<UNIONi��^jLABEl>
FRIDAY. APRIL 9,  1909.
CITY   IMPROVEMENTS.
Long lKis.the city of New Westminster suffered under the limitations of
its former charier, which, by the way,
it i.  intended shall  he abandoned at
;he end of   this year,    and   the city,
then pass under the protection of the ]
ample aegis of the Municipal Clauses
act.     The grant, which has been tte-
.oi-lH-i  by    a past legal    adviser as
"rotten," has been useful in the past
-0 years, but no longer serves to meet
the  present-day   needs  Of  a  progres-
��iv�� city like Westminster.     There is
'di!������ matter for regret therefore in its
forthcoming extinction,  and  the  su..-.
ivtliution oi; the enlightened provisions !
of modi rn local    government  statute,
rhanks, however, to the indefatigable j
efforts of Mayor Keary, anil the mem-
htvs oi the Council, the city lias been
plac.sl in a position by the provincial
government to incorporate certain portion,  of the Municipal Clauses ul'l al '
ono-, and    is  therefore    able;to  sot
about the much needed works of im- j
provement.      This is a very great ail- I
vantage, if only because li saves the
delay of a year in the advancen. n-f of!
the city's progress. !
The local improvement bylaw formulated tinder the power thus conferred
hy the legislature, which has been
drafted hy City Solicitor .McQuarrie,
has already been primarily consider, _ by the Council and in due time
Will be submitted for the consideration of the citizens. This bylaw, mode-led upon a similar enactment that
has proved of distinct advantage to
the city of Victoria, introduces what
is Known in England as the principle
of betterment, in the principal cities
of which it is in force. This principle is virtually set forth in clause four
of the bylaw, by which the city ���a-ngin-,
������ r is required to prepare plans and
estimates, of a proposed improvement
nnd to show thereon "what land or
u_l or assessable property will be immediately benefited by the proposed
improvements;" in conjunction with
the city assessor he Is also to "determine the proportion In which the assessment is to he made on the various
portions of the land or real or assessable property so benefited," and report
to the Council. This report is to
Btftte, inter alia, "the probable lifetime or duration of the Improvement"
. . . an estimate of the probable
��� .v of the proposed Improvements aud
the amount thereof which -should be
assessed against the property immediately benefited." and "the proportions
in which the assessment shall be made
on the various portions of the Innd or
property so benefited.'' This Is a
very important provision and one ihut
-eems to as to be fair in its tenor
and purpose. The definition of a local Improvement given by the by-law
is usefully wide and general, and j
ample powers are conferred upon the
Council for recovery of the cos: of
;tn improvement, either by means of
an ordinary assessment or by the levy
of a special rate assessed on the
frontage. Beyond this, by elans, 15,
the Council is empowered to recover
the proportion of an improvement expenditure from the owners of property which though not abutting upon
the street in which lmpnn,-nieiii
works are carrii-d out, is benefited
thereby. This is certainly _ wise
and just provision, for in certain
cases  the   rear -ud of  a   block   u Iiich
faces upon an Impoved -tre,t maj be
bettered to an extent little less than
the frontage of itself; ,,. property ou
a side street may be benefited by an
improvement in u main thoroughfare.
Under this clause such property would
contribute a proportion to the cost
of the work. Due provision is made
for objection to any proposed work of
improvement, but the objectors must
represent at least one-half iD value of
the property to be assessed. '1 Ins
1 provision will, we assume, prevent any
ione owner holding up an improvement
��� ,,-liieh the majority of the owners
1 would be glad to see carried out.
Altogether the provisions of this bylaw appear to be of a satisfactory
character. It will be well, however,
to establish the court of revision suggested by City Solicitor McQuarrie,
for safeguarding the rights of individual ratepayers. The by-law will enable the council to step boldly ahead
and put our city Into a condition
worthy of its growing importance.
First among the works to be undertaken W'ill he the much needed improvement of Columbia street, to the
condtion  of  which    we   recently  refer,-.-d.
The change in the hours of departure of the steamer Transfer, which
enables the farmer to reach the Westminster market in time to do his .business at a suitable hour, is much appreciated on the lower river, where
means of transportation have been
very defective  in  the past.
Cheap Building Lots.
I   have two  nice  building  lets on  Refllna street for sale;  one is on the north Bide of the   . ,.
Second  and  Third  street,  and can  be had for $400.00.       The othe.   |8 on the no, "Ct' bet--    ���
tween Firtt and Second streets and  can   be   bought  for  $275.00.    If you want tQ _ e street be-
.,    ,���._     1���,,..   ,.-__-_    .      ..__   ___._   ,*   ������. ,e Of ty��o g0VJ
ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE
FELT  IN   MESSINA
Messina, April 8.���A violent earthquake was experienced here last evening at 9:45 o'clock. It was accompanied  by subterranean rumbles.
cheap lots, centrally   located, secure these at once
$350 will  buy a   lot 80x66 feet, cleared, ready for building, on  Tenth  avenue.    Tho, i
block from the car line on Twelfth   atreet.    This  is excellent  value.
I have four nice cleared lots on Third avenue, Burnaby, near the  can  factory,   vhich  |
$1000.00 on  terms,  or  $800.00 cash.      The lots are 50 feet by 154 feet and together    ma
plot of iand.      Let me show you   the   above   property.
5  Only  _
��ll  for
ke a    n'ce si?��_
J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
���PHONE 163.
Attractive Offerin��s__LE.aster
Easter Sunday is only a few days off. How about
something new to wear���say, a new necktie? Our
stock is complete. Medium, dark and light colors.
The new Loose-End Four-in-Hand is the new creation.   Popular prices, 50c and 75c.
How about a new hat, hard or soft?   Christy's,
Hawes or Stetson.   Green is the new color.   "Little
Trooper" is the new shape.   $2.50 to $5.00. ^
Fancy  Sox  in   endless  variety���Cashmere,   Lisle
Thread and Cotton.
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PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
AGENT FOR 20TH CENTURY CLOTHING, HAWES'  HATS, DEIMEL  LINEN   MESH   UNDERWEAR.       WE  WILL   MEASURE  YOU  FOR   A   SUIT  OF CLOTHES.
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"GET THE HABIT'
Three Specials
For Tomorrow
Fa.,it's mi.  Lead Pencils,
30c DOZEN.
Framed Pictures
10c EACH
Oreen "Albert" Dinner Servlqe,
95 PIECES, FOR ONLY $7.00
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
VV<  buy for cash and sell for thi sa
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ALFRED SHRUBB
|| the famous Marathon runner, wears Hobberlin
ji  Clothes.   The above is a voluntary letter to the firm.
REID & CO
in
SHOE
They surpass oth:r shoes in the amount of "go" triey have
for the  money they  cost. They  are   pronounced   by   thos: .
know  GOOD  SHOEMAKING to have brains and skill In   ���   -
and   execution as well   as  honest   worth   of   material.
Every shoe has the advantage of the careful supervision
of a man, who if any on, does, should know shoe making V
especially   Canadian   and  A-   -rican  ideas from A  to Z.
So be sure you buy yo. ���   Easter  footwear  from  us.
Slater Shoes are sold  h re  at the    same prices   as in
ronto   or   Montreal.
THEY CAN   BE   BOUGHT   IN   THIS  CITY   ONLY CF
SOLE AGENTS.
"HOUSE OF HOBBERLIN CLOTHES
W. E. SIN���
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Tlie Reliable  Shoe Man
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THE  DAILY  N��WS,
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PAGE FIVL'.
PERRIN *
TREFOISE
C.OVES
ROYAL
WORCESTER
DIRECTOIRE
CORSETS
T. H. Smi h
Easter Offerings
EVERY  ITEM   DEMONSTRATES TH E   ECONOMY,     THE     SAVINGS   opO
SHOPPING   THIS   WEEK.
An Exceptionally Good Offering
in Women9s Coats
$15.00   VALUES   FOR   $10.00
"pain   Coburgn cravennette, striped covert, etc., in 32 to 40 inches in length;  all sizes.      Note these
Ms are cut on the most modern lines and are very handsome indeed     and  the    price     is  ridiculously
'*    0flsal*a*       $10.00
EASTER     OFFERING     IN
Linens
TABLE CLOTHS���Irish satin damask,
double wharp of extra super quality.
very attractive patterns in border effects; regular $7.00 to $7.50.    On sale
'*��� ����oh J4 00
(2 1-2 and 3 yds. long by 2 wide).
TABLE CLOTHS���2 yards by 2 1-2;
'immei ready for use in beautiful border effect  on the  foup gjc|e8.   nQuUr
*17'- 'or $2.25
TABLE NAPKINS���Full bleached sat-
ln damask, Irish linen, very fine weave
""t floral designs, hemmed; size 20x
2a   On sale, dozen $2.50
TABLE NAPKINS���Full bleached 20
x2��. hemmed, made from pure flax
^nis, loft  ,,msh-    Regular $1>75 for
per ��<>��'��� |125
Kid Gloves
FOR   EASTER
We still continue to handle Tret
ousse and Rouillion kid gloves as their
long lead over all other _makes have
proven beyond doubt their superiority
in black and all leading colors. Per
pair, guaranteed $1.25 and $1 50
Silk and lisle and fabric gloves, long
and short lengths, all new shades.
Prices from 50c to $1.50.
New Neckwear
Fancy    Collars of    all    description
from 50c to $2.00.
Handsome New Belts ?
IN LEATHER, SILK,
INSEL, ETC.
TiB�� . B��iii em W'th novel buckles.    All new colors.    Prices from
"iia. hv ��u
UM j, oy  the   yard,	
��� 50c to $1.50
50c per yard
Oftoutiful Assortment of New Ruchings
Jiii*
New Hosiery
_, I'lveH t
*'*' lislc |||J _ MeSSrS' A' * G* Mor\ty, the wor
|d-r��nownfd manufacturer of London, England, In cash-
'id wool, option, etc., plain lace, ombroiderr., etc., all prices from   25c- up
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Ne      tss muslins
t.h.s
NEW   RIBBONS
NEW   LACES
NEW VEILINGS
City News
For first-class out Dowers ami any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davies' Greenhouse, B20S. **
The steamer Transfer will not go
down river until Saturday afternoon.
leaving al  two o'clock.
Ice Cream daily, Dainty Tea Room..
Richard SHngerland, of Seattle, accompanied by liis mother, is spending
a few days visiting .Mrs. Hlowect, of
Qui en' . avenue.
Tan. chocolate and oxblood are the
new color, this year, We have them,
yi. E, Sinclair, the shoe man. *.���
The Westminster civilian Rifle Association will hold i:s firsi practice of
I
il. ��� season   tomoirow    at  the  rangi,
i Smith   West mills!-
Hear Mile, Ziska sing "Oo den Rod
at the Cry ial theatre today, **
Hans Voglsang Poultry Food Is the
best. At your grocers and druggist. * .
Ladies:���Our oxfords are here. Call1
and see them,   They are a trifle newer,
than  what   others  have.    W.   E.  Sinclair. **
No further name lias yet I Jen ni-'n-1
turned in connection    with the alder-
Imanic vacancy sav. that of J, S. Bry- ]
��� son. many Influential citizens having
pressed him to stand.
Easter lilies at Tidy's, the Uorfst.
Phone 384. **
Archibald  Bros,  have  moved   their
plumbing establishment from"Clarkson
. Street to the corner of Front and McKenzie Streets. **
The annual Gun club shoot wlll be
1 held   'oday    at   Moody    square  eom-
I nienclng at 9:30 o'clock, and an  interesting list of events    will  be disposal of during the da;.
.1. S. Cameron, lai ��� With Capital
Barber shop, Victoria, will shortly open a barber shop in Blair's cigar
_to:-p, Columbia Street **
Have you seen the latest? The ven-
tillated shoe. Call. We will explain
to yoh. W. E. Sinclair, the reliable
shoe man. **
At a meeting held at the residence
of Mrs. C. F. fcejcis, the Ladies' Aid
I of Si. Mary's hospital decided to hold
a sale of work and afternoon tea in
St. Patricks hall on Wednesday afternoon.
Gentlemen.���Our $5.00 "Slater"
Patent leather oxford is a dandy. Sob
s
If
OUR   BARGAINS   IN
Sewing Machines at $30.
Matting at 15c up.
Grass Chairs (heavy stock), from
$1.50 up.
BARGAINS   IN  ALL  LINES.    AWNING    MAKING    AND    PICTURE  FRAMING  A   SPECIALTY.
W.  E.  FALES
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
PHONE 176, NIGHT CALL 81.
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EASTER   HATS
A   LARGE   ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE LATEST COL
ORS AND SHAPES.    NEW   YORK.   PARIS   AND   BOSTON DESIGNS.
Moore's Millinery
(Opp. PostofBce)
COLUMBIA    STREET.
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HAVE   YOU   TRIED
Premier  Flour?
If not. ask your grocer for it at once, anil be sure that you get PREMIER, as there is no other flour to equal it on the market.
PREMIER FLOUR is  becoming a household necessity.     If your
dealer does not stock it, 'phone us    and we will    deliver it to you
HALE BROS. & CO.
Phone 335. 186 COLUMBIA STREET.      p. 0. Drawer 100.
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PHONE     97    WHEN   YOU    WANT
only by W. BJ. Sinclair. **
Italian earthquake loday, Friday and
Saturday.    Crystal Theatre. **
The P,. C. Fleetric Railway are making a reduction on fares on their line
from today till and including Monday.
Vancouver and return will be 00
cents. *���
In consequence of Easter Monday
being a Bank and Dominion holiday,
the real estate business men of this
city have decided to keep their offices
closed from Saturday night till Tuesday morning.
. An auction sale will he held Tuesday morning by T. J. Trapp at the
residence of Dr. Rugg. Fourth street.
Dr. Rugg. who is shortly to leave the
city, is disposing of his household effects. **
Another diamond will he given i
away on Saturday at Dorer's. Cou- :
[Kins given out at ?. o'clock at the j
door.       Horace   Dorer. *"��� I
Eastman's
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, . _or25c
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for ... 25c-
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can   10c
Assorted Jams, regular price 25c tot..
3 for  50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICES.
Ad ams& Deans
i_i.
Travellers, Read this!
The Railway Passengers' Ast-urance Company, London, England,
is not only the oldest accident insurance company in the world, but
it has become famous for its pn mpt and liberal settlements, a3 the
following letter will show:
A. W. McLEOD, March U( 1J)W)
Agent Railway Passengers   Assurance Co.,
City. ,
Dear Sir���I beg to acknowledge receipt of check In full payment
of my claim for accident which occurred to me in January last wfcue
playing hockey at Burnaby lake.
Although my claim was only put forward a few uays ago, I buve
already received a settlement, mid thank you for the prompt miuivier I
in which It has been dealt with.
(Signed) F. REIOHENDACH.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company Insure against accidents and sicknes. of all kinds, their policies being the most Mberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking let me place a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER 30,'000,000
DRUG   STORE
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for  Spectacles  from   50
Cer-,t_ up.
ALFRED    W.    McLEODf
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62.
MMHB
The furniture Man, Upholsterer and Undertaker 'rf
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SERVICES
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
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EASTER
Postals and
Novelties.
SPLENDID  LOT
AT
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MOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register George Adams
as tiie owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax   Sale   Deed   from  the Mayor and
Treasurer of  the  City  of New Westminster, to    George   Adams,    bearing
date the 25th day of September, A.D.
11102, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land anil premises I
situate, lying nnd being ln the City of
New Westminster, in the Province of
(British    Columbia, more    particularly
1 .Titfwn and described as Subdivisions
I Jo and  10 of  Lot  8, Suburban  Blocld
ft   T I
VOU and those claiming through or j
under  you   and  all   persons  claiming
any interest in the said land by virtu,. |
of  any  unregistered  instrument,  and j
all  persons  claiming any  interest   I-
the wild land by descent,' whose    ....?
i. not registered under the     __.��?,.,.','
,. _ _   .        , .      __*vt_Ions
rt the Land Registry Ac      -
,��'tin required
fe.**��*:^^
Sunday, April  11.
QUEBN'S^-VENUIS METHODIST��� j
Rev. W. 11. Barraclough, b.a., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible classes at
2::;o p.m. Morning subject, "Loves
Recognition;" evening, Musical service, conducted by Mr: and Mrs. G_d.
.-on Hicks, of Victoria. Sermon sub-
ject, "Resurrection Joy."' jn tlK.
morning a children's choir, un(iel. ,,u,
direction of Herbert Mackness, wii
furnish th.. music;
HOL.  TRINITY -Rev. A. Shildrick
rector.     Early    celebration,    7 a.m.;
choral at  8 a.m.    Woodward's service
in  E flat,    .Maiins and celebration a
ll  o'clock:  Jackson's'   Te Deum, an-.;
them, -it    we    Believe,';    irl    D,    by j
Simper.    Evensong and sermon at 7
P-m.     Magnificat and Nunc    Dimitte
In P. ami anili.nr. "They Shall .Mount I
Up,"   In A,   by    Simper.      The Lord'
Bishop of the Diocese will preach       [�����__����>   the
!L 9
Do You K
now
Makes Your CXPENSZ3 Light
Makes Your BISCUITS Li_.il
Makes Your CAKES Light
Makes Your BUNS Light
Makes Your LABOR Light
ORDER FROM YOUR
GROCER.
THAT THE   EVELY-FORD    .ALES   CO.   OF   .
ARE   SELLING   OUT
jtevenson s
��R0KTo
Shoe Stock
m
New Spring Gockis I
JUST   ARRIVED.
material  Jp.u   w.ifit   for
the evening service.
FREE     METHODIST
Eighth   street,   betw
Fourth avenues.    .,-,. .,, ,ni
,, v'\ '.ass nier-t-i.g at 10
Pre*1
CVlAPEL--
"Vhlrd    and
a.m.
sch 00
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at 11 a.m.: Sunday
ftl'. "units made* to order,   perfect flt - iar-
aaf<*>d.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
_ I P. O.  _ox 634.
New Westminster.
-..-'.���.rj       	
_ I'M   Im :   evening .-.-ervice,^^^^^^^^^^
.a,    .{e\.  T.   H.   Marsh  will conduct 1 Opposite Windsor Hotel.
_l_ '(leiMces. ! ~~
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GET YOUR 3PR1NQ Sl'IT AT
mtest the clair
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the tux liur-
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
una.  r v.ithln for v_flvt, ,,        ,       ' ,
,  -    ��� _,     ���>����_. days from the
date _. tmnSttH m\w ..,,,���_ ._ .... .,���
CKo.ce Hams 18c  YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
AT THE
ce -iion you, a>
Ptt ahoatlon of this no.
V*-.;,
PEM.SYL.AJ.IA SMITH! WJA>���
um AI-tHRACltSrtOAI
JOSEPH  MAYERS   ���
Successor to.
Mayers &��� Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
ad in default of a ca-
r c^rtlf**'
.cato of lis pendens being
_!��(! wl-h'n suoh pp,^ or in default
ot    *'-*
ilemption    before    registration,
ll-'*' . and each of you will be forever
-.lopiied and debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land, and I shall register George
Adams as owner thereof In fee.
And I hereby certify that publication of this notice for thirty days in
a daily newspaper published in New
Wesi minster will be good and snffi-
cien*. service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, province of Hrttish
,j Columbia,  this  16th day of    MarcU.
A. D. 1009.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To    Thomas      William       McColm,
Charles W. Wise. Carolin-e A. Jack.
Central Meat Market
Corner Etgkt- SL and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  S70.
BOWCLi. t\  ODD v. Proprietor.
Windsor Hotel  Block, P. O.  Box 644.
New Westminster.
at great sacrifice prices?
YES, THAT'S  THE   STORY   IN   A   NUTSHELL,      MR
STEVENSON  GAVE  US INSTRUCTIONS      TO      SELL
OUT ALL   HIS  STOCK   I N   EIGHT   DA-.S
MAKE YOUR APPcAl to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Edison Theatre ,
Animated     Pictures    and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE  LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Weilne.-- , 	
day and Friday. Special matinee for j Re th,. north porti(m 17 by g chains
ladies and children, Saturdays at 2:U0 | -g j.; acres) (lf .yt^hision 12 and
T���. the north    portion  10 by    chains   li
; Commencing   Monday,   March   X�����   acres),  of  subdivision  13   of  Lot 79.
.X>iir performance   -will   start    at 7:35  Group 1, map ."iii-. New Westminster
sbarr.      Each performance  runs  one ! cli.tiict.
.Mr and 30 minutes. Nothing but thej whereas proof of the loss of certifies, moving picture and illustrated | fl^at<5 0f ti(]e _.umi,er 2720F, issued in
-aongs will be on exhibition at the Edison theatre.     Music will be furnisihed
by the Ney    Westminster   orchestra.
Don't fail to hear and see them.
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c
F. L. KERR, Manager.
f Crystal Theatre
aires'.
THE
EARTHQUAKE  AT   MESSINA
in m< vlng pictures, ami
"GOLDEN    ROD,   THE   FLOWER   OF
LIBERTY.''
Illustrated  song  by  Mile. Ziska. .
Afternoon ina-.inees Worn 2 ."to' _
l-i\enins iierfoiinanpe commences at
7 p.m.
ADMISSION  10c. CHILDREN 5c.
MONEY SAVED IS
MONEY EARNEDa
A savings account In this hank Is
a s-afe investment, M pays you compound inv rest iiini is ready cash any
lime you want it. Church octettes,
fraternal organizations, clubs, trade
unions and business associations will
find jt convenient to have surplus
I'nnils in a savings account, subject
, io tli. miiuoi of two or more officer .
It's a  fond Idea���try it
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL  ASSETS OVER $50,000,000
New   Westminster,   B.   C.   Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   E.   C
Telephone  13. Office, Eighth  St
tbe name., of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou.
has been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published i��
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, un-
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to nie in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, March 22, 1!>09.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
He pubtlivision 11 of Lot 79, Croup
1. New Westminster District; Lots 18
la and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K.
V., 'leing part of Lot 6, Suburban
li'.iek ly"., New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 16027A, Issued In
the names of Charles Frederic Sprott,
Francis Kaia Schou,   Liny Christine
I Schou, has In .-n died in 'his offlce,
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
Hie date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the city <>f New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certlflcati, unless
in ill meantime valid objection be
mad   to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
district Registrar of Titles,
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Wesi
minster, II. C, March 22, 1900.
Real Rose Hat Pins. Real Carnation Hat Pins.
Real Violet Hat Pins.
$1.00 Each  and Up
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Tkis sale provides a unique opportunity to buy to great advantage
YES,   INDEED  A  SPLENDID   OPPORTUNITY   IS   NOW
YOURS  RIGHT AT THE FIRST    OF    THE      SEASON
WHEN   YOU   EXPECT   TO     PAY  FULL PRICES,
THERE'S   NO   RESERVE,    AND OVER   HALF  OF THE
STOCK   IS   NEW   AND  CORRECT   IN   STYLE,
WITH   THESE  FACTS  LAID   BEFORE   YOU   WE    E-
PECT THAT A WORD TO THE WISE IS ALL THAT IS
'"l'*./!
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Horse Show*
April 21, 22, 23 and 24. V
RESERVED SEAT  SALE. VANCOUVER OPERA HOUSE. North Bex Office     X
Season Tickets only .prii5 5th to imh    t
General  Sale    April   12th     ���
PRICES: t
Sea..>n n kets  (good  tor a-l performances)   _ $8.00
EVENING���
First two rows     . .$1.50
Next two rows    $i.00
Last four rows   75c
AFTERNOON���
First   two  rows $1.00     ��
Balance unreserved       50c    ���
Children      25c     X
Mill orders addressed to E. R. Ricketts,   Esq.,  accompanied   by  remit     x
tance will be tilled in the order of receipt. T
POSITIVELY  NO TELEPHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED. ���
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NECESSARY.
THERE ARE SHOES HERE   FOR   MEN,  WOMEN. AND
CHILDREN.      COME AND SEE.
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REMEMBER IT'S
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The Evely-Ford Sales Co\
SELLING   OFF   STEVENSON'S SHOE  STOCK.
Typewriters in Stock
The American OLIVER visible writing. Can do what
other first-class machines can do, and more. Has
improvements equal to other first-class machines,
and more. A cash price and on time price. Sole.
direct  agents.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
NEWS DEALERS ,
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
A Bag of Cement
iv in her,, will be found entirely fie., from iiowdered Clay
an.l other cheapening filling,
Thai means the cement will go
far her and last better Hum the
' Blled" kinds, if you have had
experience yon know it pays to
buy tbe best imilfHng materials.
To obtain the best you'll be wise
to ' ome here. We iion't handle
anj other kind.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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Lawn Grass Seed
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
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LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District
District of  Sayward.
Ti ..   notice that 1, C. w. I
oi \ incouver, o, -upatinn  tarn
��� apply for permission to
the following described
".��� ndng at a post plai i
i'li shore of south Twin
following  the  shore    eats
westerly,     nbrt!
aek to point of   e.
"��� king In the whole isi,,,.
tainlii-- .no acres more or
C. W. PRF.Si
1 ���" \ 2nd, 1009,
li
Interurban  Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
station." Will run every half
hour from -:<">0 a. m. Last
car leave, at 11  p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:80 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutts for both Sapperton and city limits over the
City   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes utter the houi',
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 8:.0
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. m. and ll, p. m.
%   British Columb.  . Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J  An\/FPT_<sF      IM     THF
Spring Cleaning
A BlsSell'S Carpet Sweeper
ls a great help t0 the housewife in Spring cleaning tinn'.
We also have Jap-a-lac, Bap-a-
lac, Liquid Veneeri etc., for
lirightepInR up the furniture.
Call In and inspect our stock,
I T.J. TRAPP & CO.
 _-!-
NE*
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f  APR'L 9,  1909.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
PACE BRVEV
Spring Goods for
J, and Gentlemen
utiful line  ol   <n*terlftl     tor
IA1*'"'  ,,,������.,md suitings has
THE
TIME  TABLE.
ALEX. MATHESON
Boot and Shoe Store
-v
ING YUEN
n_ 0n Wo &  Co.   Block,
c_tgrr.bia  and   Mclnn..   Sts.
P. O. Box 665.
Jusi  openi il
'stock of
���
-iitiivly  new
Spring Shoes
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor
Store
FOR LADIES AND
GENTLEMEN
lf you are looking foi omething attractive In this line . - Vaster wear
call in and Inspect our
Choicest wines, brandies
1        alES AND STOUT.
If AM
I-
ALEX. MATHESON
^PEASPECALTV       |Bo()tandShoeStore
S.S. Kerf and
'���' ' " lej   at 8-00 tun.;  arrive
!   '' '" Lt 8:15 a.m.. arrive at
.VlcAdie,,.   Landing   at  8:30  a.m.;   ar-
rlv" : ond al 8:40 a.m.; arrive
at  ''""   -     I    al  9:00 a..m.;  arrive at
N"w '' V at 10:30 a.m.
i^eave N tmlnster ai 4:00 p.-
m-;_ -*'���"���������       Pori Rolls at 5:30 pm.;
a;'riv'   :: l at 6:00 p.m.; ar-
!",v" ;,;- ������ Landing at 6-15 p.m.;
arrive ai Pori  Haney at 6:35 p.m.; ar-
riv"' *'' at 7:iiu p.m.
Leaving   B.   _   K.   Wharf,   daily   except  Saturday.
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MARKET
REPORT
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NOTICE.
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The   ��� markei was well intend
ed yesterday, in spite   of it being an
. O. Box 184
FRONT  ST.          .                                  COLUMBIA STREET.
NEW WESTMINSTER.  B. C. ' ,	
I;
n TMINSTER     LAND   DIS
TRICT.
District of Surrey.
., that Henr)   T.   inrtft
apply i ������:    permission to
.Rowing    .escribed  land:
ti , lanted where
,;       ���      ,       Of      lot   Wr%,
���,, .   ,\ estmlnster dis-
.   the   quarter section
.   i,   running    north and
I'.     .        lion two (2), town-
(. .      iuth 180 rods
Utesasi 161 rods; thence north t<
200 [eel ul ol the I etore
_;,._. j Boutl ��� i boundary of lot
pcup two !->; thence easterly
it.:.; io the said southerly boun-
foot lot 505, .roup two (2), to a
L.I rod.- north of the 40th paral-
I .!_������*���::. latitude; thence west to
inter mark uid 62 rods distant
i -. lid 19th parallel of north
|ttii 62 rods; thence
10 th, polnl whi re the southerly
mdiry of lol   505,   group two   i'i)
:-��� - the before mentioned  Wth
of north lav' u le; then follow
���:��� ���   I a illthi rly boundary of lot
pi     two  (2),  to   the   !'"���'���'   ��f
|r: ��� _ ag by ��� stlina-
lor ti l    anil    forty acres
). o: Imi.
|D_. ii v.: Iti   R    1.    B.  C���   mis
ti >.. o| Febr iarj. 1909.
HENRY T. TH-.LT
|EW WESTMINSTER    LaND    DIS
TRICT.
���hie i     e that  the   undersigned
lofe I   apply to ine hon. the com-
ptoion. . | [ permission to
M" '������'     underm i tioned    lands  in
P* Westminster dlstrie*.
]'    lencing ai ..    ..int wWe the
���nlnn lin,- (prolonged) running i ��������� ���
'���'������' between sections seven  (7,)
���(eighteen (18), intersects the wesi-
B boundary of lot ".05, group two
���),.CT Westminster district; thence
pterlj 100 (eet, thence southerly and
Iter, parallel to i_e westerly and
ptierly boundary   of   the   said   lot
f to the centre line (prolonged) run-
Wn-. north and south tnonigh section
pit (8), township   on-    (1),    New
���jrtmlnste.  iiatrlct;   th(,tice   wmth
���''''f'"' i   0        1,  parallel with
. indary of the
��� '"' :,":' ;" n tint Immediately
|,,r'' f lh" i ���-��� - ere the centre
P,W*��Wd) rn . ,:., or west
1 h!      ' " '""'  totertects
|tlf'?UT mark; thPUC�� n��rth llJonP
C,t    " Of said lot 50
t"> ill. nn
fccUoa
FOR SALE
Superior quality  of    Feed,
Mixed Bran and Shorts.
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing  April 1st the steamer
Transfer    will    leave    Hrackman-K.r
wharf ever*.   w.t-k <]ay Afternoon, except Saturday, al   3  p.m. for  Ladner,
���VVesiliam Island and way porta.     Saturday  at  _  ...ji,..  returning    to  New
Westminster Saturday evening.
IT.UNS  TO   STEVESTON  TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham    lsiand
��� ���ver.-  week ...    morning, excepi FrC
day,  at   Ta _     and   Ladner 7-46  a.m.
Friday leaves   Westham island  6 a.m.
and Ladner al 6: 15 a.m.
Additional     rip    Monday    morning,
leaving New '  estminster al 5 a.m.
This  sched ile    subject    to  change
.without notice
|_   For frelRht and passenger rates apply to
ROBKRT JARDINE,
Manager.
B. C. DISTILLERY
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
CONCERT
Westminster Choir
Fraser River Service
50  VOICE-.
Orchestra   of   14   Instruments.
Hear  My  Prayer'' Mendelssohn
i Selection��� Elijah"   ..   .. Mend-ls��o_n
Selection��� Tannhau*--" ..   ..Wagner
SOLOISTS
Miss  Munn.  Soprano.
Mr   Clement  tlo-f.  Baritone
Mr.  J.   S.  Cameron, Violin
St.    Andrews    Presbyterian    Church,
Thursday evening, April lij, & o'clock.
ADMISSION   50c.        CHILDREN   25c.
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND  SATURDAY.
at 8 a.m., calllug at following points:
Hammond, Haney,  Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskin, Sllverdale, Mt.
l.hman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    Hatzic
| Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas ano
Chilliwack.     Returning   leave.   Chilli
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday   at 7  a.m.     Excellent     passenge-
accomodation.   Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN    STEAMBOAT    CO,   Lt.
R. Whltmore. Mgr.
New Westminstet
| English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12./.
, up.
Silver   Watches,   gents'   open   face
! $6.00.
j    Sliver Watches, gents'   open    case.
$7.50 up.
j    Agent     for    Waltham    ond     Elgin
'��� watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors   from   Co. Adam: Crocf
r'"iRt wl--'    aid vntrelltie of
''Pn ,l"' I ' rsects high-water
I.W   ;;"",V V"   ' ������   "nd  northerly
R.iV""' aad we8ter,y
w.yy,'' ���'"' :'��*"> to ^o
K8fl?nnln!   ta^g,byM_
lh      i,r"   '       or less,
im-
A>   CANADIAN  A
y��r    PACIFIC    TJ?
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter Holidays
In connection with the above round
| trip tickets will be sold at one Blngle
' fare and one-third.      Tickets km sale
April  -th  to 12th inclusive.    Hood to
return up to and Including April 1;">111
School   puplla  and  teachei s   n i 1   be
Siven tickets from April 1st to Clot
ED. GOIUJ-.T,
Agent, New Westminst.'.
or c. n. fostp:r,
Asst, (l.ni. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
CITY  ELECTIONS.
Notice Is hereby given to tlie electors of the city of NOW Westminster
tlmt I require the pre_ence of the saiil
electora at the City Hall on Saturday,
the 17th day of April. 1908, at 12
o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing one person as alderman for the
���-aid   year of  1909.
The mode of nomination '��� hall be as
follows:
Each candidate Bhall be nominated
in writing, the writ-lug shall \h- subscribed by two persons _�� proposer
and seconder, who shall be duly .tuilv
fW electors of and residents in the
city, and such nomination paper Bhall
contain a statement signed by tlie person nominated that he consents to
such nomination. rhe nomination
papers shall be delivered to the n-
turning officer at any time between
the date of this notice and one o'clock
p.m. of the 17th day of April, 1909. In
the event of a poll oeln-. necessary
such poll will be oiw ned on the 24th
day of April, 1909, at 9 o'clock *"tii.,
anil will remain open until .", p.m. ot
the same day ai the following places:
Council chamber, City Hall; the Ore
hail, Sapperton; and the waterworks
storehouse v the corner of Auckland
and Eleventh streets1; of which ruch
person le required to take notice and
govern himself accordingly.
Given under my hand al the City
Bali, New Westminster,* the 7th day
of April,  1909.
W.  A. DUNCAN.
Returning Officer
A. Speck's
Just received���a shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic maonin-
ery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  on  the Wheel/'
....   is the time you should g, | , j,i
# old   furniture   and   pul  In sum.
��� goodji <
...���''. j     We pay the high.
for   second-hand     good       I .
able to s.ll you almost  any!Ung
require in the way of furniture as well
offd      on account of   Easter.   Busi-  -. btoWred8 of othe_ useful ar      ,
ness wen:    with a brisk    swing from j new    arHi    second-hand.      When    ���
early morning.     The auction Bale was   want a square deal all around  go to
Satisfa.    v.. uj.|, gome fj,u, stock, together with    farm    implements.     A
One i ol v.ive;.   ��� took was
oi on the market day and
al.-'e during the Week.
a'.i  supply of beef oil. red, which
all sold, as also a good supply of mut-
ton, which, how ver, was short of d��-|
man.!.      The Ural lamo oi the Season
selling.      aii    pork on    sale readiiy ���
ae ling. A     pork    on    &ae     reamy
cnanged hands, and a good offering oi '
veal sold at old prices.
A lar.'   quantltj  Ol fish was offer,   :.
prices  ruling    high.     The    varietii
siiiied were    halibut,   spring salmon,
oolichan-  ve .its and sturgeon.
The   prospi et  for  East* r  con_ump-;
tion made the demand lively for eggs.
while fowls and chickens, which were
well supplied, had   a      risk demand. ,
Th.- call for the tew ducks offere.1 was !
gOOd.
A good  demand  for No.    I   slock  of
apples was again recorded.     All the
potatoes offered easily sold at much i
enhanced price*, reaching $_o for first- ]
class stock.
There was a gorgeous display of
flowers, splreas, cinerarias, Easter lilies, calla lilies, roses, azalea-', pan-
Bies and carnations. Davies & Son
were showing these varieties. s. G.
Tidy sold Easter lili- s. azaleas, s.p:r-
eas, roses in blooms, aud numerous j
other pot plants.
Official  Quotations.
Beef   hindquarters,   8V6c   to   9V_.c; [
forequaiters. 6i_c to 7_c; mutton, 13c j
to 14c;   lamb. ISc to 20c. veal, medi- j
un.   lie to   ll^_c; veal,   large, .c to j
T0c;   pork, medium,   9c;  pork, large,)
7c; eggs, wholesale, per doz., 2ac; re-
iitai    30c;   hunter,    retail, 35c to 40c;
fow s, per dozen, $9 to $10; chickens, !���
pe.r doz.,    $& to $9;    ducks, per doz., 1 +
$la; apptes, per box. $1.2.r) to $1.75;
carrots,  per -sack, $1;    parsnips, pet-
sack,  75c;     turnips, per    sack,  75c;
onions,  per sack, $1.75;  potatoes, per
ton, $35 to $37.
e  notice that  I,  C.  W.  Preston,
. ancouver, B. C, fpj-mer, intend to
a,', ly to the H<morable Chie; Commls.
loni ���  of   Lands and   Works    for    a
���one year grazing lease on   the
foi iwlng described  land:    Commencing ar a  post on the east    shore   on
I Zayas   Island,   Port   Simpson   district
j about  a mile south of. the mouth   of
j Lake  creek,   th'-nce  west  across    the
j island to the shore,  thence following
I the  shore    northerly,     easterly    and
New and Second-Hand Store! outheriy to the point of   commence-
  ' ment.
No. 2 lease.���Zayas island, Port
Simpson district, starting at a post at
the southeast comer of No. 1 lease,
thence west across the Island to the
shore, thence following ihe shore
southerly, easteily and norftiely
around to the point of commencement.
C. W. PRESTON".
Jan. 28, 1909
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For Moderate-Priced, High-
Grade Footwear try the
|OLD COUNTRY!
IBOOT STOREi
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WE   ARE   NOW   FULLY  STOCKED UP IN ALL LINES
SUITABLE FOR THIS PRESENT  SEASON.     WE   ARE
GIVING OUR  SPECIALTIES   A   SPECIAL   PUSH   JUST
NOW.     THESE   INCLUDE:
The Famous Dick Boot at $4.00, !:
$4.50 and $5.00.
The Frank Slater's Snyder Shoe, in f
Black, Brown and Ox Blood, from j j
,     $4.50, $5.00 to $5.50.
ALSO SOME VERY FINE LINES   IN   PATENT   LEATHER   FROM
���   |4.50 TO $5.00.
Chicago Has Japanese Easter Lily.
Chicago, April 7.���Tho Japanese lily
has made its debut in Chicago as an
Easter decoration. A threatened
famine in Easter lilies was responsible
for bringing the Oriental product to
the front. The bulbs, gathered in tlu*
famous Yanagawa district in Southern
Japan, were shipped to Chicago last
Octol ���-!��� and wore transplanted by a
florist who had recommended the im-
jKirtation. Since then -stalks have
been pushing through the earth in a
temperature of 50 degrees.
LADIES:    YOU    SHOULD  SEE  OUR   LINES  IN   FINE
FOOTWEAR, IN BLACK, BROWN    AND    CHOCOLATE.
THE  STYLES ARE  PLEASING AND ATTRACTIVE.    SO
IS THE  PRICE.
Old   Country, Boot   Store \
J. STEWART, Proprietor.
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���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
We-tmlnster- Home Paper.
pk of Montreal f
1 Reserve ' '"
$14,400,000X0
'   ������ 11,000,000.00
8|"-I'I, s      |
^���toui..,,,. "���"" '':1"i*'1** ;*"d
Nx,;.       ''���'' in   ionium,  Kng-
V. S. A . " '''""-���.' and Spokane,
kteklnj��� iMes,C0C"y- A��.,���,.ai
tei-ot r   ;'"' nsacted;     Let-
Er^    :
Pri.,
available with
'll   Parts of    the
Savin,
��� nl - Deposits
���'  and upward,
new
pei  e, nt, per
yy. '8,000,000.00,
JTMINSTBH BRANCH,
'   ,!'*VMXKU, Manager.
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Northern  Crown  Bank;:
HEAD   OFFICE,  WINNIPEG
 .$6,000,000
 $2,'2O0.0OO    ..
AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL   	
PAID UP CAPITAL	
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTER N PEOPLE
... Savings Department at all   branches, and    1
n^noiitn are received m 'ne " > ..
ueposits are Unnece__ary formality or delay.
Cltl  be withdrawn by cneque (
Manai_<'
A   c. d. LACE, New Westminster.
't OtMlO tmtttlMMIM it
...YOUR...
Spring Suit
TO YOUR MEASURE
AND FIT
$17, $18, $20,
$25, $30
STYLE   AND   QUALITY   IS   OUR
MOTTO.
BUTTONS    MADE    TO    ORDER
WHILE YOU WAIT.
GALVIN
The Ladies' and Men's Tailor
82  SIXTH  STREET.
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  F-ont  St.,  Opposite  Market,  New
Westminster.
and  1260  Granville  St.,  Vancouver.
i?hould be consulted if you want to
sell furniture or an auction conducted.
Live Stock Implement auction'held
every Friday morning on Westminster
Muiket; and every Saturday morning
ou Vancouver market,
New cooking stove; 3 wagons, nearly new; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower  (new).
A quantity of new furniture halt
price. Room 9. Hamley .look. Key
at 328 Front street.   I'.ou. A485>.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuractarers and Dealers m AM Kma" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
[FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
4���.
Eastertrook Millincf  Company,
E_urne,   R. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "      "
McQuarrie & Co, ���'��*���*���D *������*��**-
FRONT STREET New Westminster. Telephone 333.
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A TREMENDOUS*
Lawn Mowers
ALL   PRICES.
Money-
WiW Savine
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fit*.,      ""_��Lt*    '.>���     uHb": ^^^
Opportunity 1
"EMPRESS"   Ball-bearing   with
Five Blades.
ALSO
"CLEAN CUT" Ball-bearing and
Other Styles,
the il Anderson & Lusby
Public Supply Store
COLUMBIA STREET.
+++++++++++4
is simply selling: out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big*) ���
reduction.      The Pearson Electric Co.
A   SNAP!
THIS WEEK  ONLY.
GAS AND GASOLINE MANTELS AT
LESS  THAN  COST.
(Successors to T. Mowbrey
Rlghl Rev. Bishop Dart officiated at
the continuation of seven candidates,
four boys and three girls, at St. Barnabas' rhiirch yesterday evening, spe-1
rin: hymns being rendered during the
service.
The regular meeting of the Westminster Benevolent society was held
yesterday, but there was little business beyond the routine, few cases'
requiring the attention of the society
now.
Al nine oclock today members of
A and I! Companies, Sixth Regiment,
will report at -the Armories to obtain
their arms and ammunition for prac- j
jtice at ilie rifle range, South Westmin-
Ster.     Kadi man must fire forty-two;
, rounds.
|    The annual meeting of the Westmin-
Jeter Intermediate Lacrosse association,
, 'will be held   In the   Board of Trade
I room on    Wednesday   evening, when
matters effecting the standing of the j
| j Intermediate players of this city will
be tlisctr s.-d.
Following  is  the    Balmorals'  team '
for today's baseball match against tli,. ,
Rus.-.ls:      C.    Smith,    p.;     Munn, c.
Sinclair, lb.; Pierrot, 2b.; Briggs, 88.; !
Stein. 3b.;   llandcock,    rf., Ryall, cf.;
[Canfleld, If.     The game starts at half.
| pas) one o'clock.
| An at lionn will be held at the resi-1
jdonee of Mrs. Beatty, Seventh -wet.
i on April 14. afternoon and evening,
[ under the auspices of the Holy Trinity Woman's Auxiliary. Ther,. will
be a musical program and fortune tell-
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,;
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
Electric Works)
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
PRONE 331.
The    sailing    ship    Schurbek, U2B6J
tons,   Capt.   Christiansen,  master,  ar-
rived In the liver yesterday and pro j
c*. ded  to  the  Fraser  River mills  to,
i lo;ul lumber for    the     west coast of :
P. O. BOX 928 .'South  America.      She  will  take  two h
��� .! million reet.     The tug Lorm- brought
the ship up channel.
An opportunity will be given music
lovers to hea- a baritone soloist of exceptional ability on Thursday, when
Clement Goes appears in the concert
to b�� given in St. Andrew's church by
the Westminster choir. Mr. Goss
ha-- recently arrived from England to
res.de  in   British  Columbia.
TJmse household ne-; Sewing Machines
cessaries will never
be bought cheaper j
(Singer and Wheeler _ Wilson)
Talking Machines
or better anywhere |
i   than at the
(Victor  nnd Kdisoni
RECORDS,  PIANOS,  ORGANS.
J. U. Todd's Big Music House
PUBLIC SUPPIY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
COLUMBIA STREET.
r
New Arrivals
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Eilard  Block, New Westminster
Alex. Turnbull will probably be)
elected manager of the Westminster
lacrosse team this season, having been I
approached by several of the officials
of th-e club with a request to -ucceeii |
C. A. Welsh, who has d'-clined to tak.. I
an .active part in the affairs of tde I
elub this year.
I    The pall bearers at the funeral of
John Henry Harding, G."i. a resijent of
j Royal   Oak,  Buniaby.,  on Wednesday
���afternoon, Were: W. Miller, T. Tid.iiil,
; G. Oreen, T.    Smith, J. Parke aod A. f
j McKenzie.      Rev. T. R. Peacock con- L
ducted the service, the Interment be-
'ing    at    the    Oddfellows'    cemetery.
| Floral  tributes were received as  foi-1
'lows:      Mr. and Mrs. Tidball, Mr. and |
'Mrs. Anderson.    Mrs.    Anderson, .Mi's.
j Smith, Airs. Buckle. Airs. Rumble, Mr. :
and Mrs. Miller, Mr, and Mrs, IJuchall.
and Mrs. Millard.
The Crystal theatre is keeping Up its ,
reputation for high -eta-, animated pic-'
lures.      The German  Cavalry, Down j
on the Farm, and the    various other]
shorter series of pictures were much
enjoyed yesterday by large numbers j-
[of p.-op:-.     The chief feature of the
show is the    Earthquake at Messina (���
nodes of    views..     These   stand out
clearly oo the screen and give a vivid,
idea of that terrible calamity.     Mile,
/.ska's illustrated -ong will bo chang-
ed tonight, as also will the other series of pictures with the exception of
the Earthquake, ���*���!
in
i Infants' and
Ladies'
BONNETS
,���. RiToSLr BDlf __ Tlie Dainty Tea. Lunch Rooms
carpe:  sweepers make dust and  pack MISS  REID,  PROP.
the    di rt more    solidly.      A  Vacuum ... . ..       ���
' Warm  Lunch from  12 to _
Cleaner lifts  it out by suction  force.
No dust.    No noise.    No Labor. Afternoon tea a specialty, Home-made
 _  Bread, Cake, Tea    Itv Cream daily.
t'p-stuirs, above The Fair.
DUPONT     BLOCK,    COLUMBIA   ST.
Open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sat-
Doane, Bailey & McKay
AGENTS.
(Successors to E. w. Cook)
Front   St..  Dominion   Trust   Building.
| urday to x p.m.
I++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4+++++++++++++++++4+++++
\ Investment Snaps
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A. J. BIRTCH :
���THE  WHITE  HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
20 Lots, $140 Each, one-fourth
cash, balance easy terms.
LOOK THIS UP.
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ANOTHER SPECIAL
Offeri
$5
.oo
EACH
For superior tailored skirts of hand finished, all wool
Panamas, in the most wanted gored styles; trimmed
with folds and satin covered buttons. Colors include
Navy, Brown, Cardinal and Green and Black. A most
extraordinary skirt value at $5.00 each.
J
New Covert
Coats
$6.95 to $17.50
Every coat i,s stylish, up-to-dato and
made in _ way that assures the wearer of satisfaction, We cajinot afford
to sell any kind but tbe best. These
special covert coats are made In smart
styles of plain and striped covert
cloths with semi ami light fitting
hacks, 26 to 3. inches in length,
trimmed with noit strapping and buttons. Customers c:i_i have then,
choice of coats with or without linings of silk or farmers' ^atln. All
sizes at prfces ranging from $6.95 t<��
$17.50.
Serviceable
Coating Materials
Moderate priced popular niatetiaJs
which are especiaJly suitable tor
Spring Coats*.
54 Inch Tweed
Coatings
I
!      $1 Per Yard
in pieces lighi and darh stripe'd
tweed and homespuns, also black anil
white chocks.
���
���
Cream
Coatings
CREAM PANAM V --i to 18 Inches
wide, heavy wight, hard finish, per
yard  90c and f 1.00
BEDFORD CORD, per yard ..,90c
SERGE, per yard   ...$1.00 to $1.50
��� ������������������������������������ W+++++++++++++++^k
A Range of
Attractive
Collars
75 CENTS EACH
V+intj neckwear creation- ma: i
shear, wash muslin; nets, chiffon md
<ilk in plain slock collar or loni; llouii-
c_ng ;uid lab eff.-et. A large selection to choose from. You will lin:
them excellent value specially pric.
at, each   75c
Button Moulds
and Covered
Buttons
Th,- arrival of our iong delayed cider for button moulds, ;uid large covered buttons is Jiei" announc-d. This
will be pleasant news to a large Dum
her of our customers. All thi
lur styles of silk eovervd, Batln covered, fancy bone, pearl anil crochi
buttons.
A Grand
Showing of
Spring Hosiery
50 CENTS PER PAIR
This  special    i-howing oonslsts ol
many lines of plain, lace atnl embrold
from
STRIPED WORSTED COATING In
en-am ground, with narrow brown and
blue stripe 6. inch.-, wid.,. per yard
 $1.25
+++++++++++44++++++++++++*++++++++++++++++++++++++++44444444++++********^
e.cii lisle bote   In Waal. w.
and    all     light     colorings:     *lin
weight cashmere In plain ": ''
In black and tan.
t
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK.
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