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TH ES   DA I LY   N EJWS.
Monday
*PR,L����, Ud.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL,  ETC.
/.hen we talk of I successful business man these days, we say. "He's an advertiser.*1      A  certain prominent  merchant   in   a  cty   not   far   from   New Weetminet      has the following fu,,.,,     ,     .,
"Early  to  bed  and  early  to  rise, work     like     H���I,     and     advertise. Good    .dvlce,   that.     Act   upon    it.     The   word  le   waiting   for   men   who  can   do  thing*  HwenO  things.   _cll   thing.,  buy  ������
seek out those men;  they  must let the world  know that they  are doing   things.      They   mu��t   ADVERTISE.    What made  Beschsm's Pill- and Pea,.'  s   l|   ���   lisehold  Wl nl. '      ju��t  th.    i   , ;   ,
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PERSONAL.
WHY REMAIN BINGLE?���We can
find a congenial ,ne companion for
any respectable num or woman.
Send stamp fur particulars. West
ern Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
WANTED.
WANTED���15 carpenters for house
worn Anderson . Boddy, Fraser
Mills      Top wages to good men.
TO RENT���Km in. li..l room In private
lainil.. ; breakfast if desin d. Appl.
Mrs, Km.'it. Third Btreet, neai cai
line.
Filli     RENT     Lower     hai      ol     0   u
house, 5 rooms. Call evenings, -'-������
Fourth avenue, between Second >>'���' I
Third street
TO Rl'.NT -Fumi-iv.. mom-, corner
Seventh stn ei aad Agn* a qi ar
Carnegie Library.
\V.    |      FALES,    TIK   IT'liNil'l'llK
ii,.. ��� r and Undi rtaker,
corm     -I ������������������ an l McKensU streel
Pbone 176, nigb   i all * L
\\ i SI MINSTER PRESS MM: EVER>
, i ol    Job printing .     I g I   ���-
n .1-.. : i ile , rid ���    Pbone 56, P  ''
v  i i;     Da -   \i i
i tree!
Ml \l!H  __  CO     1.1 .'
I'    ��� ...     I
D I'i.-
GROCERY
PROFESSIONAL.
FOR   THE   BEST   VALUE  IN   GRO-
cetles   phone ..*���'���    Tl     Pun   v  ��� !   , EORGE I    MARTIN,    BARR181
Supplj  Groi   ry,   I'   0   Box  811.
Kin IMS   IN    I UK   PYTHI \N   BLOI in
to    let  in Suites    ul    iw o
housekeeping.       All     -v
with    hoi    and    cold    wai
range and   electric    light.     T<
moderate      Apply A,  ll   F
wanti illj driving bor8���  _ ���* 8. second floor
mi   1100 pounds     Musl  be cheap   TO RENT- ONE  LARGE   FURNISH.-
WANTED���Girl to    as Isl
wo ...   Apply 320 Royal a<
Sixth street
in   bi  ���
.nue, n. -v
for cash.     A. W. McLeod, insurance
broker,  New  Westminster,
WANTED���Men to cut thousand ol
cords of wood. Applj K .1. Fader,
Northern Crown Bank offices, New
Westminster.
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply I 9 Victoria street.
ARCHITECTS.
W. 1). OOODFELLOW, ARCHIT1    .,
Room 14, Dominion Trust I
WANTED���A  capable  young    eoman I j,mvIN (-;   xv   SUT, ARcHITKi'T-
for general housework; g<Kui wag<
to competent  person.      Apply  Mrs
R. A Trethewey, 61. Fourth avenue,
city.
Guichon   Block.    Telephone 33s.
GARDINKR & SHERRIFF, aHCIU
tects. Guichon block. P. 0- Box
77:.      Phone 232.
HOME   MANUFACTURE.
MRS   Rl N ^CRES ��18    .IX I'll  B I
Queen Churcli
Home-made sa I rolls, hes
. '.. ��� m, . te
JEWELRY.
SELLING OUT OUR El        E STOCK
of blgb-gra ������   m ������ I
by auction       .- i
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LAND   SURVEYOR.
W   N   DRAPER H   v   .    v i    Bl R
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minster, B. C
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SV     MYERS   QRAY USl!
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Un   Coun  ii   i ���     P   O
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WANTED���Girl for general housework. Apply in the evenings. Mr-.
\V. Q McQuarrie, Second street and
Fourth avenue
LOST.
LOST���Pair gold-rlmnu-d spectacles in
case  on    Fourth  avenue,    between
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS,
C. HAMBER, ACCOI NTANT AN_
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 14. Guichon Block. New
Westminster.   P   O   Box 7.6-
AUCTION   SALE
Sixth and  Si-cond Btreets.
please return to this office.
FOUND.
Kinder
OUR SALE    TODAY    OF JKWKl.RY
Dorer. jewel.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
FOUND���Span of horses, a pray and
bay, strayed into my plac-. If not
claimed within ten days will be sohl
to defray expenses. Gen. Adams.
Owner must   pay  for  this  aii.
FOUND���A pair of spectacles and
case. Owner eau have same by applying at this office, proving property and  paying for th'.. a.t.
FOR   SALE.
THK PEAR80N ELECTRIC Co..
dealers ia eie-.cricai machinery,
fixtures ani supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing.
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 831, P. 0. box 928.
ELOCUTION.
LAUNDRY
ROYAL   CITY    LAUND
V.   i. li   an 1  HI i.
daj.     we   will   ��� >
blankets for .'
18$.
ROY M.
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tins ���" -i
Phone
R E S T A U H ft. N T S
KKNSYS    _U _T\' KAN I
T   ki        '.'1   meals     kr   It        BoCM
, -;..:.       Mea:*-    ban order!
t.-rs.    All white cooks; n.i Orient*!
Ubor   iii.;.|oyed       Op*n    -'.-.y    an.
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LIVERY  STA3uE
ROYAL C -Fl, CMrs.
tre.ui.     Four cou**-., :t>nslifinj i'
soup,  flsh,  boi' .j   aatre.  or  r<*��t.
I ..Hing or pie, '���-.   '- >"���'��� ' or milK.
RING   UP   ':>   FOR   HACKS   ANU
smart  turnout.<     Tb        I '....n Sta-
bles.
REAL  ESTATE
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Wto   frail   tr.ei.   _.v
!-�� of W��ftatM(ec;  ������o.
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mt -t.'  \. �� Wwetminati -
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HALK BR08. * CO   LTD   RKAL ES    STEnog.apmy   4   iymewriting
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B.  C.'MOSl'MKNTAl. Vv lilKS    J.VS
McKay, manu ind lo
of monum ntal too bulldl
���torn   etc   Si v i u_t< ��� '
Colombl i streel     ��� ���������
i ite ,.r. l  !- at u       v:.
i  .1 !���������.' i.i Bl   P ���'  inn t IM
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WHITE   SHU
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City,   fail,   aad   Ml-U
MO Colombia
KHKKM v*.     Ill ', ! IN ,       ROOM    I i
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COOK _  ROSS.
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOTS
when you can haw- _ 1-2 acres land
1-; acre cleared and in fruit trees,
fin Westminster and Port Moodj
road. 3 miles from P o, Westminster;  pel maneni  water, for $450
28 ACRES FARM LAND 12 Ul LTI-
vat.d; good 7-room hohse and barn
on Fraser river. 600 teel deep wati r
frontage; 5 miles from Westmin-
Bter, tor $1600 cash    balance tbree
years.
160 ACRES AT WHONNOCK, GOOD
house and old orchard, 20 acres on-
Mer cultivation; 2 creeks running
through property, no bettei boII In
British Columbia neai school, atore.
etc., within 3 mil..- of boat-landing Or
railway station, Cooh .- Rn--, opp
Mark I New Westmlnstei Pbonfi
189.
HELEN   BADGLEY,   TEACHER   OF
elocution, phy��tcal culture an |
ma tic  art.    Every  Monda;..   ; to y
p in. Knights of Pythias hail, or '������'���'-1
Hornby  Street   Vancouver.    Phone
B " '".
for SALE- 10 acre., l nearij n adj
[Or plow; 6-room bouse, table, etc,
a bargain, $2250 cash; oi .2 150 on
time W. G. Tamil:. Hammond B C
FOR BALE Eggs for batching. Bull
Leghorn. $1 per sitting. Apply 204
Agnes, corner Elliott
FOR SAL). A good family cow Apply \Y   McCurrach, Wis., road
FOR BALE���Sate, cash register, second-hand, cheap  Box W. T, 1 v. thU
offlce.
FANCV   POULTRY,   EGGS.   ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, I'uU.lKY
������ ��� I ��� 1046 Kv venth Btreet, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, i'
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrela for
sal-*. Barred Rocks, White. Brown
and Buff Leghorn.-, etc ; eggs for ,
hatching. Write your requirements.
EGGS FOR ll CfCHING    S   i iirn
Legl good layeri    |2 p.
tl&g ol   i I.       Han-  Yog *:ing, pOUltl J
experl    136  ECei fi.   stri et,  Vancouver   B  C.
MACHINE    WORKS.
THK BCHA \1.       ' ��RKS
;..::..'��� i   From    " el     '������ *   Wi   i-
mln^ter      M
saw   anil
Ml :  planti   i   ; '     -    '������
par.-I
NURSERY
THK FRASER Y\V
Ltd    Burns y For   h-esJl
hon.-     -    ��� :. I IS.
HENRY'8   ISTURSE PACIHC
Coast ti      : b ���
���upplli i    v 1010
road    Va'i<     ���  -        l     rftnch I     I
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SETTLERS   \*
:unoN Of b <
-.- o  Bea
TAILORS
P. il   Bro.
���.   ; '    ��� ���      li
6-ROOM  ii' r-v,   ON    EIGMTH ST.,jOA^  '*   LADli3l   vm.mkns   im
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lag .    .
lng  an ' '. 41   . .1-1.   .'   ���    '
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, ?.T !��:      13 Bain :������ i ��� ������ .17
\HlinI I   .   HYDE i V II C   ABBO. I
M   :. .   ��� :. ��� ���     ���
i     ��� v I. Bos    ���
Phoae  -?1
FEED AND  BREAKING  STABLE
J,   1    MKItl'V  .   ( i) .     PHONE    A'."l
' ornei  of    Blacl . ...
Have opened a f- .-<i and
breaking  table for horses,    lh>
; ii    ale    Reference furnish, l
PAPER   HANG. NO   A DECORATING
I.   HUDSON,   W. ���    ..
Mo il ling      B '
bo .���;��������� ' '   .
ha;              ��� i     '. ng       - ' '���
itre. ���   Ni a   i
FISH  AND  GAME.
BENSON &. AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begble st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS
COOKSLEY'S POS1
ire oi It M
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i    .a   y  Ms stone
tod    Th'-   Fair.
M< .DAM  -  IRW1-N, '."Ki MlilA HI .
op;..i ii,.   Hie     PO ���..:!.  ���       !;  \
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an-���������   -in.fi���)  to loan     '.'all and ��-e
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prop. '.'.-,-     purcl i��inn   eli*"
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SECONDHAND   STORE.
WK  BUY   A'.li  BELL  Fi kni i IKK
and  all  kinds of mw  and     ��� oo4
hand good      \    : -  k   oaar 1 ram
THEATRE.
WESTMINSTER OPERA     HOI
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sad ��� '��� lias    P 'i   boa ..��. Phaai
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FIVE ACRES
ON SIXTH STREET CAR LINE. ALL CULTIVATED AND PLANTED IN ASSORTED FRUITS.
GOOD  HOUSE  AND  OUTBUILDINGS THIS    IS    A
SPLENDID   OPPORTUNITY   EITHER   FOR   SUBDIVID
ING  OR  FOR  A   SUBURBAN   HOME        PRICE   $10,500.
REASONABLE  TERMS.
AvVARDED FORTUNE  FOR JUDGE   ORDERS  I'NiON
TEN DOLLAR   SHARE \ MEN  PUT  INTO MINI
11
I Dominion Trust Co.
T. R. PEARSON   M
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MONEY   TO    LOAN
c*c��o*c*oaoaoc*oao-0*a-oaoao 0K*o^oao*O*00*O*O*O*C*oa_
GET YOUR SPRING SKIT AT . ���f ^ umbr<|lM
yrr     \f\7C    JP      tffi '"' ,i''llt '��"""";*"'   '
I C___/    -Villi-.   OC   V/vJ. jrcle. a spsclalty
TAILORS /n - ^ ,
Alex. Speck
Windsor   Hotel   BIock,  P.  O.   Box  644,
N.w   Wcstminttei.
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Man  on  n,
"��� v  ������
ago    l  John
...v, ||        ..,.,:. i,
i . em.       irt be��
JU ��� . mini
too ii     . .i 119 K> i return
, in invi    ne nl      Mi i ������ go was
o)    lie  Woodbui y    company
_l Id  on,    Jin     liar.- Ol     I *__      An-
md IIbai les ii   Ioiiians,
ip  maki ,-.  ol  Cincinnati   acquired
.    .. i;    ,,i  the   . oi ii.ui .    t'"i
i   . , ,i   Woodburj for f:-"."""-
ii  w.:.   unable lo obtain s control-
��� ,       in,ni    tin-.,   approached
dcCa go      iii- sold    tii-ni  bis   one
wiu. ii would give tii.-rn coniro
o        Woodbury oompany, for 139,00.1
��� m  hii failed ami M. i inn" sued
��� ��� ' ini  .nan man, winning ta  roi
��� -  1,400
PRESS  CONFERENCE   TO
DISCUSS CABLE  SERVICE
don   .prii to    Tl ��� Bi I Iti m on
program  of  subji cts  to  be  dl
:  ai   the  linp'T.ai  press  confei
lilch ��in open on Monday, June
li thai of cable news service   and
��� intern ommunlcatlon     Thi  I��� <��� i
��� i i. we -win take tbe shall      The
and empire will bi dlsi us   d oa
��� ..,, following day..
K Vpril   K     ilisn
' i .,n order
of    V'lll                .    tl ��� vl'.      ||     Willi
oui  i' -' ��� nlntlng ll   \
Voung    receivi h s��atha
Bmoki li     Co ..  . i i ...iiit.ii.-
Ark., I  ,..,,,., ,-ni
ploy none bui unlo . n |n th�� mine,
or       ell     il ,.,.,   Homr
months ago stati _ .   he would m ��-
<-r Krani   an In , p  ���  t |ui���,r
union   in   thl ...   .,   ,-,,riH.ru
il.ni.
CONGRATULAfl ���, i i r I t > IN G
ON CANADA'! r INANCES
i'""1""     ^ iv    Btandai i
congratulates ll. n,; u,,( .���,
his excalli in  Hi .<     ,,,,      ,,
says bo cbo . .     .,, il|lM|. ,,,
balanoe '*'-��� ns , ..,,,,.   ,;,,h.,
ha ii reduction ,  ,  ,,,;U1 ,iy
imposing new t,. -,,,   W;M
of th--  practlc   . ���n, |n|
I Is '" l":"1   ' n L      oi    i |
have the sEeci ��� m ,	
,..pillar and at lh . ,. ,   [|I||II||K '
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, m
provements, and six i; n| !l!'j
chard, between Kne and ihira
streets, facing Fourth ivenue.
Price $8000, half cas! balance
terms.   Apply McQuarJ   ^^l)"
Front Stre
(..
Canada's Dnani
i li
NOTICE.
New W������r.ins��er  Olitrlct.
District of N��w W(-��lmintter.
���| al,,.   no ,   'hn'   llurrii'i   Fonl,   of
Pitt  ||< ' I    ���      l!. C . Occupation mar
ried iiniy, iiiieii'ii to apply fur perali
Klon   to     pan bt I     '''''     folloW'IOK  d.-
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���cribed i''' I
planti i ''
iii_n.  tbi 'i
���oath 10 ���
mor,. or l'
thence �� ';,������:, ro����*
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MO
NrAY, APRIL 26, 1909.
THE  DAILY   JEWS,
PAGE THREE.
Good  Bread  is Essential to
Good Health.
���  , ���  lift   fur in    I' ���
.1 .���  i .i    proi61  'iv' ��� ,
��� floui  musl be
thai  i. is d
.i || 'ii.- fin. st   v ��� omplete.
in crumb, as   s-ell ome and  nntrl-
Ro
Hood
Flour
ROBIN  HOOD  FL
II    ;'������'���
BIN   HOOD HOUR
���   rel     led   I
It for yon if you
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
BANK Rill.. MUST BE
PKOPEKLY WRAPPED IIP
Pv
fhcc Authorities  Will   No   Longer
'   Employees  to  Temptation
���Order In  Force  in  May.
I    Po tmaeti - - have
!' : '.'ii  the depart
ackages of cm -
o    ��� rlvate  Indivl-
..   le en tied
" '. and are then
��� ��� in Iln ��� lined wrap-
!.-     trongly woven
���   ��� '...    ded   or
.-   ami    ealed
een    ���    man.   < ���-
in which
���   ��� ,   a   double
. :   hav.- been
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Ilni   and, in a nu
i    il  v ..    Uli ���
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oi   eni toffice employ.
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tloi ������
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WE   GUARANTEE   THIS  FLOUR.
Barley Bread
is the most easily digested
bread on the market today.
THE REASON IS PLAIN���the
barley from which this flour it
made has been germinated sufficiently to change about ten per
cent, of the starch into grape
sugar���or, in other words, has
predigested that part of it.
All starch must be changed
into sugar before it can be assimilated. This special treatment takes three days���but it
pays.
Ask your grocer for ,.  loaf.
Barley Flour.
If you make bread, ask your
grocer for a ten pound sack to
try. Recipes in every sack for
making bread, scones, cakes,
etc.
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
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Sultan Prepared
To Surrender ill
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' Thirty 1
Beef, Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
I Yairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
sold  by;
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
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In Asiatic Turkey.
i     \-i.i-1.   T irkej. Apri] 15.���A
rai Ive estii iw  placet  I  i
num er of killed in tie Armenian uiv-
- in Adana v.iu*..-. at from 30,000
; . 10, 100 Al th. town of Ailana
more than l"" girls are missing, lt
I. known thai twenty-one native pas-j
iors have been killed ."ears an ��-
alned that other American mis- j
slonartes than thus, whose deaths
hnve been reported, bave been mur-
dered.
\ messenger lispatched foi relief by j
Mi.-- Lambert, the American missfcn-
,ir> who iwo days ago sent an appeal |
to   i tenstSJ tinopj  .   ha-  )������-��� n   k11U-.1  in i
ihe street-       \ second messenger, a |
��� old er,  was shot  Bt     The vali has
given assurances of the safety of me |
Americans.     Conditions   at    /Uexan-
���treiia are unchanged     An appeal toi |
help has been Issued from Latakta, aa
he mob Is   nearlng   that    eity and
American propertj Is threatened    An
':..,!:  i- quiet, there being no Armenians li ft in that town
New Rag Mat Patterns
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PHONE  57.
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FOR    PLUMBING.   HEATING.  TINNING
WARE, GO TO
AND    GENERAL     HARD
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��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
Sole Agents
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
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MADE IN CANADA
Us* Only the Best
GILLETT'S
Is the Standard Article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY
For making soap, softening water, removing old paint, disinfecting sinks, closets, drain* and far
many other purposes. A cas
e<j.*_l�� 20 lbs. SAL SODA.
Ssld Ettryvktn
E. W. GILLETT CO, LTD.
Teroelo. O-L
a safe investment,
pound interest and
MONEY SAVED IS
MONEY EARNED
A  -avir.gs account in  this  ban
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^^^^^^^^^^^^    s realty cash   .-.: y
: time  you  want it.    Church   -oci-       .
I fraternal   organizations.   club��,
onions and  business associations will
find  it convenien; to    have    stu_   is
i funds   in   a   savings  account,  sutject
[ to th*? control of two or more officers.
It's   a   good   idea���try   it
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER $50,000,000
New   Westminster.   B.   C.   Branc.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
MEATS
SPRING     LAMB.     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THK
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ana
phone ira
���OWELL * ODDt. Frocnatof*.
N Spring Goods for Spring Cleaning
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T. J, TRAPP & CO.
Baseball
New Westminster Baseball Association
,tw Spring Goods
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New Westmlnst*,-
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Eaatertrool Milling Company,
Eturne,  B. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
hnpOTtl *_2_ Pe** brl
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McQuarrie &to._
FRONT  STREET
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
i'ITVi._.\i;ri. SCHEDULE, 1808.
May   I���Young Lio'is vs. Balmorals
May    I���Russells vs. Balmorals.
May    8���Russells TS. Cubs.
May 11���Cuba vs, Young Liberals.
May it���Russells vs. Young Giois.
May 18���Cubs vs   Balmorals,
May 88���Balmoral.* vs. Young Lib'is.
May 86���Balmorals  vs,  Russell.,
May 2!*���Cubs v-   Russells.
inn. i���Young i.i'is vs. Cuba
I ii ti.    _��� Balmorals rs, Cubs.
June   s���Young Lib'is vs, ttusseiia
June LJ���Young Lib'is vs Balmorals
June IE���Husseiis vs  Balmorals,
June 18���Russells x>   t'ubs.
June 88���Cubs  v-   Young  Liberals.
June  86���Russells vs   Young  Lib ls.
June 88���Cabs vs   Balmorals.
July   :;���Balmors i \i YounglJb'ls,
July   6���'Balmorals  v��   Russells.
July   !>���t'ubs va   Russells
July   18���Young   Liberal*  vs.  cuds.
July 17���Young Lib s vs   Russells,
July 80���Balmoral* vs Cubs
July 84���Young Lib'is vs  Balmorals
.Inly 27���Russells  v-   Hiiltnornis.
July   ::u    Russells   \-   -'libs.
\ug.    8���Cubs   \-    Young   Liberals.
Aug.   7 -Cms vs   Balmorals,
Aug. 10���Russells vs   Young Ubla
Aug. 13   Balmoral   vs Young I.ib'is
.Ug, 17--Culi" vs   Russelli
Sati.rdnv >;,iin." commence at H p.m.
\\'e ���_ day games start .it 6:80 p-m,
MONEY
BSTOd is money earned
old and true saying.
You oun save money by coming her.
when you need Furniture ol an] kind.
We have s gre.u variety of New and
Second hand Goods of every description. No matte, what you need,
about the house or barn, come and see
If you can get it here. Your money
will  be
Re the north portion 17 by 5 c___as
(8 1-2 acres) o. subdivision 12 and
the north portion 10 by chains (S
acres I, of subdivision 13 of Lot 79,
Group 1. map 586, New Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of tbe loss of certificate of title numter 2720F, issued tn
tbe name, of Charts F. Sprott, L..y
rifta Aveaaa Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Scticu,
bas been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given tbat I stall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date ef the first publication bfre-
of, in a daily n.wspaper published in
the city of New Westminster. |MM
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titl.-*.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. Ci March 22, 1808.
This is an
if you buy from uv for we can certainly fit you out with a'mo-��t anything, cheaper thin ;iny other place
we know of.
Alex. Speck
New and Second-Hand Store
Columbia St.    "Man on  the Wheel"
Westminster
Transfer Co.
t-fllce 'Phone 18..     Barn 'PSone 187
Columbia  Street
B*��gage   delivers,   promptly   to
any part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
NEW WESTMINSTER CITY
ASSESSMENT.
Court of Revision
Notice is hereby given that tbe assessment roll for the year 1909 t-__
b<*-n returned to me, aud remains ta
my office where it may be inspecVed
by any person having an Interest
therein, until the sitting of *.b��- Court
of Revision.
The first sitting of the Court of Ho-
Vlsion on the said assessment roll will
he lulu* at the City Hall In the sSM
city on W. ilui'stl'iy, the 12th day of
May n-xt, at 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon.
Any ->erson Intending to ttpi-.ii
against th a assessment must do ��o in
writing to be flleil with the eity c..-k
at lea ���  seven days betoft th.- Brat
sitting of the court.
W  A. D.N.'AN.
City   CI-rK.
City Hall, April 7, 1308
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PAGE FOUR.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY, nPRll    ,
The Daily News
I'utiii.-h -I by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlcs.
The Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie and  Victoria  .nreets.
E. A.  Paige Mana.jlng   Director
Its window under the prominent an-
nouncement of "Requisitions for athletes." in the centre of the window
Is a pile of crutches!
CHILLIWACK   FERRY
PASSES   INSPECTION
FORTUNE   FAILS   TO   KEEP
MAN  OUT OF THE ARMY
Chicago, April 85.���James l. Dick
son. 21 years old, who has s Fortune
of $125,000, bus -nllsted for tour yean
The  S.   8.  V,.liler.   which   will   replace the John P. Douglas, burned on I
the  ice  last   Januarv,   was  Inspected ICalifornia.
and  passed  tor   ervice on  Saturday- UU8t the_ same, and a month ag_ pur
The  new   boat   lias   been   constructed
In the United States munn,. corps.
Fo u yes a ago, whi n Dickson wns
about to enlist In the marlu ��� corps,
he n celvi il word that he hud Inherited $100,000 from a rich uncle in
lie served out  hi. time
West End Snaps
'  the city,  which  a*   small   speculstl   ,
MONDAY. APRIL 26. 1909
NATURALIZATION  OF  ALIENS.
chased lvs discharge and �� mt to Toronto, ��'���>��� re I., added $25,000 to his
foi turn ij 11 di ni in grain . levators
li,. ired ol civilian lite an I de
ci 1, I  to    ��� .'iili-;.
Iat S. Dawe'. shipyard, the machinery
| being   supplied   bj   thi    Westminster
Iron Work-.    Shi   is 7.". teei  over all,
16  feet   beam,  draws   it   inches, and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     lean make 12 knots ;tn hour. The gro.-s
i onaage is  102, and she can carry   26
The ruling which has been banned tons of freight and frOm 60 to 70 pus
down by His Honor Judge Howaj In   'engers.
,       ,;     ,, ,, ���,,   '     The  lio.it   belongs  io  the Chilliwack
regard to naturalisation cases is ���< k"-,,,. ITV companj .1!Kl wQm plv ,-,,������ M:ll.
ly importanl and must be productive U-aon Mills to Chilliwack Landing
of beneficial results Briefly, the Captain Gervie is In charge, Mr, Hen-
ruling requires that In future an alien I . '** engineer, and A. E, Vat,-, purse,- .,,��� ,,,,_, _ ��� ..      .
, .     ' .    ..      ,. ,   ...   and manager,   About a yeai  ago this Icouri     i prevent the eighteen railroad,,
applying tor a certlucate of naturali-  __������$ wg lnaugurated ;;. , ,U(1 been
sation will have to support his ap.H- |jnterrupted  since the accident  which
(���ation b) the I'viihiu.. of two credible desti lyed thi   predecessor of thi   Ved-
British   stilijivts.   testifying   thai   the der.
applicant  has  resided In  Canada  tor
the  statutory   period of  three  years,
aud that  he ini .nils to continue as a
resldeni of the Dominion.     The m-sre,.,^, ,_ Portuga]  was ]r<il.llcnUu.[, a..
taking of an   i  befon   a  commls- v,ere a|lllll_ ,h.           ,     etWeen Santa
sloner will no longer be sufficient to Rem  and   Li   on       ><iany   bouses  in
naturaliza- ''''^  ili>'':':   wen        own down, and
^^���������^������������M the   church   at   Salvadoi
decision   is   mosi   opnor- ....
u            "*���    ,v completel.   demolls             Vl     Vlham-
i dozen  peop ���   �� i    kllle I  and
.many   were  u    nd Six d ad are
jre|iorteil    from  othei     points.      King
Portuguese  Earthouake.
I.i I on, Api...      Tii.   effeci of the
earthquake    bIv experienced    lust
ROADS   MAY   RETURN
TO   THREE CENT   RATE
Kansas     City,    April    24,    l^ederal
i Philippe    yesterdaj   Issued  ;1"
ordi i ie temporarj li  un
tton  reci nti.   obtained  ' y  the circuti
attoi ni      ai  S      Louis    In the state
nteiin^   Missouri   from   returning  to
the ' !'-'' i  rate
jud|    Pl vi ipa vi!.-.i tlia tn,
stati   i      Ial    and ��� i-   ���
out  "i      ���   cas    thej   would
In con empt
I   have two cheap buys in th*  West   I    d  o
n'ce turnover  within  the   next few  v    '
No.   1���Two  lots on Twentieth     in ��   E'Sblh  avmur
the  balance  in  tix montha
between  Eiohlh and Tent!
can deliver the*; f
No.   2���Three
to,- $650 cash.
lots,  66x13?, on  Tsnth   I   ���"'".
���,I re, .,,
List  your property with  me snd  I wi     rndeavor to find you pur.ha.er_.
J. J. JOMNSTOr
DUPONT   BLOCK.  COLUMBIA   STREET.
PHONE   161
support :m application fo��
tion.      Tin
tune and will be welcomed -by every
Canadian In this district, when the
Oriental question pre ses so severely.
Hlthei .1 ii has een tar :ik> easj for
Asiatics and others to secun th lion-:lrict
or ahd privllegi ol becoming a British todaj
subject, and there havi been some unpleasant rumors about the way In
which tin's glorious pr.vllege has been
abused.      Hi
Manuel and the Duke      0        i have
eft Lisbon to visit  tb    afflicted dis-
No  v.: .. ���     bocks   were  felt
Grant for  Burnaby   Road.
A  preliminary grant  of i  >  was
promi.-e.i    a    deputation    of Burnaby
ionor'_ judgment   will, I members of the council of Saturdaj   iy
limi. Thomas Taylor, minister of public works, for use in connection with
ihe  Improvement  of    the  Vancouver
and    Hast.tig-   real.     The   .ivv.vion
|which wait.-d on the minister >
:r... was about the last quarter of ed of   Reeve Byrne and    Com    lio -
globe from which an ex cathedra Stride and Hill, who pointed out that
 .._-  ���. _   ,_ , .     , .   the  ;ip.;io.sed  work    would entail  an
pronouueement In regard to the post- L^a,^"    ot-    ab0lU    $25,    but
lion and duties of woman was expect- would be of ImmenSi mettt i the
ed, and the utterance of His Holiness j municipality The work will v | ������
Pope Pius X. upon ine vexed question oeeded with    immi llatelj   under the
| joint     supervision  of     the     Burnaby
Roll    Call    Tonight.
Tbe ai nual roll call of Amltj  I
No   27   1   0  ii   F-, wlll take p
lng,  when  a  large atti
. \  . i ted       The committee in  ch
of thi   . venl has had published   i
���  . w iii. h contains the
nam.- ol     ��� ol   the  lodge,
to ether ��1th the dati   of h
sion   ind lr- present address      Tbi
a  ���    ������. '..:.!'
lati | with Amll     it thi
Lever Bi ronto, will send you
fn e   .  c tke   of  their  I PI
;. lilel   soap, il   j   i menl        I ipei
we believe, pul  a stop to 'liis.
POPE   ON   WOMAN.
th
of woman suffrag.- has fallen upon the ]
world like a bolt from the blue.   That [ment
comic!     and  the    provincial   govern-
this declaration from the papal throne I
will have considerable weight, and in-1
fluence among the great body of Ho-
man Catholics there Is not the least j
douit Ho\. many of the noble army I
of suffragettes,  who have  been   mak
LAND
Comox  Land  District.
District of Queen Charlotte  J,ound.
Take notice thai o   B. Jaoobson, of
^^^__^^^_^_^__^^^___^_^       Vancouver. .xv'.i;.atiiin  sheep  rancher,
lng  things  so   lively  and   unpleasant Intends   to apply    for    permission to
for Premier Asquith  and other mem- 'ease   the   following    descrmed   land:
hers of the British government, may L00^"^8 .at. "  j ��'  S"** _^
lb- w ���-��� ei..' , : l,.wi> ..s.anii, t!i--no.
or may not be of the Roman Catholic [nortbei easterly, southerly and wea-
faith. we have no means of knowing [terly   and    northerly,    following   the
This expression of tbe papal displeasure may. however, be expected to thin
the ranks of the sggn Ivo omblna
tion vi som�� extent I'mui; the artl-
.j. -��� thai have apfisared ol 's ������ In v.n i
OU��      lil.iL-a/ines      .;*id      .'iv,'.    w .���
s'_ '���'���  that ill.   mod" ro phase of the
female suffrai
ger looked Bpon s   i   lurtw
agitation,  bul led 1 >   Iti   a
Ier.���;.'.. and  tuppo ters as  b( lng  I
itlonal consi q u ai ��� Thl ��� �� a
so. ii s-lll bi Inten sting to watch the
f events su obtitvi whi
��� ani spirits ol the suffragette
armj .��� ���:. uol afti ��� i by the ma i-
da'i tr i;- ne will piocei i to the
Holy Cii     ti ick thi   nol le
dent  ���..: .at!        oi   waylay the
ruby-clad   Uj. ��� ol    the sacred
colleg,- on their �� to the council,
with the same energj and persistence
that thi-y have display. I toward the
members of the British Governmenl
it may iv. of course, that thi e sibyls
will decide to treat the papale pronouncement with the cruel con tempi
of sllenci.
4hor.-   line  around   the   Island  to  '-he
poll  ment,     containing
....
Staked Apri
i i|.i. v  J .COBSO.N
Ayrshire Bulls
FOR SALE. YOUNG STOCK. DIF
FERENT AGES: ALSO FEMALE
CALVES.       ADDRESS.
W.   R.   AUSTIN.
Westminster Junction. B. C
"GET  -HE  HABIT"
Scrub Brushes
BPECIAL TODAY
Crystal Theatre
THE   GREAT   JEWEL
ROBBERY
SPORTS     FROM      ALL   OVfcl
THE    WORLD
CASEY'S  GOAT
CHRISTMAS    EVE    NIGHI
TYPSTER        TAKEN     FOR      ���*-
FOOL
ILLUSTRATED   SONG
Ma'.mees 2 to 5.    Evening 7  |
Admission     10c. Children
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���   ���  4-
TheLion
. Brand
: of Boysy\
_ Knickers
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Edison Theatre
Animated     Picture*     and     IlluStrstl
Songs.
PROGRAM    FOR    MONDAY    AS0
TUESDAY
ARE  BUILT   T
^^^^^^^^^ SLATS
AND    LINED   THROUGHOUT        SIZES FRO"
TO   16  YEARS  OF   AGE        PRICES  FROM
50c    $1.75
.   PAIR
EXTRA GOOD VALUES AI   7
> t
15c
EACH
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
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Wanted    \ Son In Las on T
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Mil   H-l I
DON'T  FAIL TO  HEAR THE EDISON
ORCHESTRA   THIS  WEEK
i
PHILLIPS,
THE  WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
WE    HAVE    "LION    BRAND"   SUITS
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CITY   MATTERS.
.Nun thai the excitement connected
with ihe aldermanic by elect on has
subsided und thi Council is once mure
complete in all its units, we may perhaps be allowed to dlri ct tiic '��� ntton
of thla bodj to one or two matters
that need attention. io ren ier the
excellent work of street num:.. ung
just completed really effective uud
helpful to re Idents and visitors alik.-,
the name ol 'ach thoroughfare should
be placed In some prominent position
at all junctions or corners. Perhaps
the iron' "i the corm r house would be
the best position to place the name
;ilutes. and, if thesi were neat and
tasteful in form, they could not be
objected to as a disflgun mi nl At
the present time it ls a matter of no
slight difficulty, even for a citizen "t
year-', to be sure which street is which :
wht-n be arrives at a four-want way,
as ll would be terme_ in the rural
districts of England. Another matter that requires early att'-ntiun is the
provision of more fire hydrants in the
outlying parts of ibe residential bso-
tion, Many of the streets that bave
. vi built up during the lust year or
bo an-, we have been Informed, entirely without any provision of tills
kind. With the ummer neai at band
the danger to houses in these outlj*-
lng parts rrom contiguous bush fires
Is a circumstance thai should not be
������ ��� gotten
A   LITTLE   IRONY
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Don't foi'vet that we have
the best
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And ��ee that yovi y-   I
For   Wheat     D'    By,   Oal��,   Chop*.   Chicken    F.ed     _���;���
etc.   a."   u.        We   V.HI   ��re   that    you   Qtt   it   prompli
HALE BROS. & CO.
186  COLUMBIA   STREET
Men'
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JUST   KEE=  THi.   SHOE   STORE   IN
MIND. SIR.
Fountain Pens
l   kf   sth*i   finely  constructed  machine*,    require    011**.
-.,������ .r. ��houid be martufsotured of the b��*t matsrisl   i
man��hip.  and  ��imply conitructrd   In   Order   to   reach   the
of   u*rfuln��_��.     We   handle   such   peni.        The    "Writ-- n  I
made  by th�� b��*t   known  Bntnh   maker, and  the   L.   I    "A   '
by  lhe  best   known   United   States    maker Pr'IS    tr    ���     1
Good ones, every one guaranteed
Our Woman's Shoe
Display
is of great interest these days to
women who have a liking JJfor
good shoes.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
\ drug Store lil thii  i I
making a special dli play of
fit.
IB
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Big Shoe
Sign of lhe Big Electrii Boot.
I   'E   LARGEST   SHOE
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P   O   Dra.
STATIONERS
NEWS Dl
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TO   'HOW
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WE   ARE   READY
yOu how II is Cl
high-class   bulldlo
than I' Is to puri b��
,,    kind      W"   can   -   ':
buildings bum wtm cur
need
other
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New Westmin.ter, B. C
HOUSE   IN  B. C.
���^BBBE^EBBBBSBEBBBBE
rials   that   ie WT
w.. run  point  I
that need repali
Bui the;   .   - ""     'i!' "' '
materials.      *"���   ul1'
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THE   NEW ^M"**11*
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
P 401 FIVE.
Broad Showing of
Women's
Suits
eni of Women's suits arrived today and is on view in the man-
They embody all that ia correctin style,  workmanship and
We have not the space to adequately detail their various good
ne and inspect them personally. Prices from $12.00 to $45.00
Bniliant
Diyi^lay of
Wi >h Goods
,   your   w*(t*i   goods
'<���   th.    selection   i*   com
Ae     never     had   a   more
���-   cl .play.
White Cross
&'���   Muslins
"���-rent  designs  in  whitr
IS    bar    and    ov*rch��ck
"
'c  30c  and  35c.
White
Vestings and
Swiss Spots
We are showing a particularly
natty range of white vettmgs.
plain and fancy ���.1 so Swiss spots,
.1 n It rs SlVd bro..ant cloth. Prices
���    i   390.
New Dress Muslins,
New Dress Linens,
i\'i'W Ginghams,
New Chambrays and
New Zephyrs.
T. H. SMITH
l^adquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
��-.
City New.s
SEE
Jr has  ca;,' ll ed   !' ���'
THE   NEW  GOODS  ARRIVING  DAILY AT THE BIG FURNITURE STORE,
WE   DEFY  COMPETITION.
It      ���
to'All J
of the ii C. i"
termi lai v. ��� . lodatlon, ca l<
for  8 ' has   bean
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Ba toart   crisp,  ten-
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Gas   l in oi
���.) -.i ami ;i led
at  - ng ol tbe cit
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kind      ' work,      *��� ���; hv.-   And 5e"-* at a Prlce that is fair and  Is r .nt,
. ______ r. i 11 ���.   *���. nn   n4*m&   that    ��� ���_���__��__ I   _.__   _____   _._._���
Dai ���    ,    . B208.
ONLY  FIRST CLASS     GOODS     IN     STOCK.
CALL  AT
W.   E.   FALES
House Furnisher and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
W.  C. Chamberltn sell* diamonds that flash their rays bright,
��� i on H
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Ri ;  .,;   Saul
Glittering gems that appea; to the i/e.
Best  earth   produces  and   money  can  buy!
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CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE   AGE^.TS   HAMILTON   &.   LONGINE'S   WATCHES.
MOTION, VEAL, PORK
Fr.sh   Pork    Sausafles   daily.
Best   of   Far. er's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market ^5t
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fur
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Phone 192
McMENEMV 8 ANDERSON'
Columbia St.
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T irge agali
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Electric Railway Service
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by Westinlr:.-*  -  _____   it  I   ���   *
Paul's    cl .** b  .'���'.     lay
0 r>f
���v.- u ���   ol -     - .     Regiment to 1       Tbr- .
at  .                :���     Inspection st threi
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1 thing tor ta��������� gar., n a1, lie
phone IM
Ni        Bund iy     Dr     Spei   ���
of t
b"hal:
and ii���; .    I     meeting   tl
loving ever.lnp
That    light, .���������������
' ��� ���...: eu tch  enjoyed  st J    ir
friend ���*.-.    nv. 1    with fi
Hood Flour. ""
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Saturday al -
��  . k.
��� ���   I    ranee Mi'
v     n
. ital   n St Paul's on Monday
��� ��� ��� ning. ������
\> !  ���
the - not
when ���  -���-��� I  salU d on
day, the ���
ected $2 I     i
os !!��� r
Interurban   Line.
Car?   for  Vancouv-r   and sray
stations  wi'.i  run every hai*
hour   from   5:50   a. m. Lascar leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Van.c_-.er at
11:30 p.m.
Car* leave the depot every
twenty minute, for both Sap-
pertoo and c'-ty limits over tbe
city  Ilni
City Lme: Cars leave tram
office on :he hour, twenty mln-
:--- after, and forty minute*
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the boar.
half past and fif'y minutes after
the hour, commencing at 5:30
a. ra.
Sunday service half-hourly be- J
tween 8: JO a. m. and 11. ?. m.      J
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
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PHONE     97    WHEN   YOU    WANT
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can. _ for2Sc
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for ....25c
fctllk (Blue Ribbon), per can  10c
Assorted Jam?, regular nrlce 23c tot..
3 for 50c
BUTTER.   EGGS,  and   NO.   1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICiS.
Adams & Deans
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-.   - .   Van-
Horse Sl    ��� Iln g
Ths  ��� li
tion of thl ��� j st  .uli y
ol   the
April n io        eing Issued
li. ai nv  m irrts C ".   Qo to
>. .i      ",',    "The    Vei        -    Song.
��� \-   Mond .|    ��� ������ ��� ning    a:
chin. ���.
IUST FIGURE
St. Pan
V ntury left thi  ���'��� ..-. r river on
a*         onto Antipodes,
.   million imber for
\ Puritan  '*
pectedatthi Prasoi Mills   next   week
from   \ .in, ���   .. !���   :.��� I >. I   lunib.'r   lor
.usti illan     ris.
Flre '"..v. Btroj  j   .    most vaiti.i-
ble posses - but    you can secure
sit a t Unsocial loss by in-
>g youi operty In standard com.
Iki ���   Hartford a; Connect!-
il  v.i: i thl 'Ugh  White, Shiles
.  00., _r��o Colum.la stf��*t, city     **
\ c���:��� ral eetlng of the vi.irciioid-
v oi ths Western Steamboat Uom-
p.uiy �� ,1 in- ' ��� ,,i i'i hi' hoard of trade
1-....HI on M<n_ds> next st s o'clock to
consider the disposal ol the wrecked
sti unci- Knnion.. ..n: the purchase of
another boat.
Hans *i Hitting  Po       .   Food U the
...     A; \.nir g_ocers ..nil di'i. giat. ���
The steamer Newingi n, which wat
purchased from  EC   J   Fader -i  short
ilni.' ago, has ni.w placed In com.
mis-Ion  by   th.   !>������ gOI <" niiiint
...mi leaves tomorrow       i two months
.   ii-.-. in which th     ihthousi s, I uoys
and '. Picons wlll be ��� ��� ���'   fapt-
B irnes bas b��i n i charge
The  unliu.il   ui'1    :- thi    Mctho-
dtst  church  distrii Westmlnste.
wlll be held on  M ; '   to lt-p
. mlng of the annual conferanoe la
this city, wtiicii .. ��� the Following
Sunday.     Profesi rwash of Vic-
lorls univ. isi'. ich .v.- Queen's
\vcnu,, in the morning of May '. ami
|Rev. Dr   Robson   I    '      '  lliu^'-
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
tire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA  ST.
PHONE 6^
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THE   DAILY
WS.
MONDAY   Ar,.  .
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APPLELAND
DAYLIGHT SAVIN. BILL
FAVUREB BY PARLIAMENT
Special  Comrtiittee  Will   Report Today
on   Advisability   of   Advancing
Clocks for  Summer.
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: This is the
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ovi :   Henri'.. catalogue ���
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LACROSSE
STICKS
McBREARTY'S   AND   LALLY'S.
ALL  FINE  STICKS.
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MOREY'S
tit.. Columbia Sir.  v
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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NEW WELLINGTON
C O AL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers <��. P'estcn
Office,  Front  St., Foot cf S x-.h.
P. 0. Box 3-*5. Phone 105.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All kin.," ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings.    Sash,   Door*,
Interior Finish,     1 urned 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
)) Synopsis
III
I iJII_.i.lll
h'l'ij.l.liun..
mtmsm*
fin iii HSfeaii
made  Ih person  by the applicant at fBCt't_._.l~ n_an)
a Dominion i.a_:_ Agency   '��   sub . i
agency  for the   district   In  which  the. ���    - '���
land is situate.    Entry by proay ma)
���   -
ttowevar,    ���        )i   at an agency on      r|
certain conditii ���    bj the father, m<>tb , ,,.. _
er, son. delight* r,  :>rotlier or eiMer   >f <_i.n-    ���
in   in;,.tiding   '.��� ���   ��� -'��� a Ut Html
Tbe hon ��� sli . li r Ik rejulred vj per
11   awa,  Ipi l IS    The hist readln.
i..       . a given ii> the commons t" i
roduced  '���>   Mi   Shar
Ontario)  i.i amen l the Ua
i proi Idea  that  ��� l  um Ial met)  balm
lu i huratered bank     vi, i  avi   ������ ���'
shall   be  transferred    to  Hi,   govi i
mi       ���> Iiich shall aci       i .   i
Among tne bills given ���> third
lng 5 ��� Bt. nl.i.a  ��_    - ne to Ini
iii,  Kootenai A   Vlbei i i Ital ������
pan)   v\l:   Know les)       Hon   M    < ���
ham     bill    reaped Dg    the   N tl
i ��� ��� Inental    i;.... ,, ..-.    ha
.i.      Kb in--! i... ling      I
i ��� ,i     ontlni ui.il comml sion ;������ *
ii . .    .vlll  tin    linn, |l l,. ,|   autl
oi  \\ Inn peg and Bt   i lontfai ���
Ing ,i. v.iiiin."i.i lo
lie   uvi r   ih.-   pro] .gi
the '���'ll   ; '
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I. a'dlni
i Ing tic Bank ol VS Inn
coi  oi       ill.   Great   '���'��� ���      I1
Loan  i'i.ui]..ui���
Canrnll iu Ri .1 i   ...
i in Monday thi      ....
ii-,. ��hli b ���   ii  1.1   ���
.  ii   Idei   : be   Lewis   U
bill w'li maki
of thi     ��� ���   ���   sl i
i ���   ... an  houi
bs      it  i
an.   eflfon   will  I
through tl     b
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THE     IVOR v   CITY. '
Alaska Yukon Pacific   Fan-   Ac   ,
or Re11fuI   to  E y <���
Sea _prl
whii
| old  ivory,    the     \        i i
i.\,       on s
Jun.   I, bas i ..
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Chicago had I
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the  prii. of gs
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imbian I
with tulta.
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��� |����i< ilie   Coast,
Tested Seeds
Plant     li .- Bupp ���     . ���!
.only agenta to annoj  you
. ��� ..in tumlgai  m   N
,i.   nf custom
OU  ''PRESS   THE   BUTTON.
WE DO  THE   REST.
Bank
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CAPITAL
RESERVE
111 .1!   .
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land, Ni     ,
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NEW   vVI
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HENRY'S:
: Nurseries:
Ol.ce*,   Greenhouses   and   Srrd
USSs,   3010   Westminster   Rojd.
Vancouver, B.C.   Branch Nuncry,
South  Vancouver.
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��� THAT S   OUR
BUSINESS
E����ry ordfr plac<*d w.lh
ut mfanl a sat,she. customer.
mi. miUK IITiSFIEI
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Rates on s rl    l u    des
I on   or   quant it .    .j i.e. 1
.. plication
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Jackson & Morrison
Oily  Me*!  Block.
Ne* Westminster. Phone  J88
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Railway Time Tables
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Recently
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'orm the homestead duties under one .n,l
TIME   TAELE.
S.S. Kerland
Leave Langle. ai B 00 an. . a i ivi
at Port Haney .it S 15 a.in., aj-rivi U
Me A dam Landing at SVJO a.m.; arrive _t Hammond at 8:40 a.m.: arrive
at Port Kells at 9 00 va ; arrive at
x. w w< stmlnsti i . ��� 10:30 a.m.
Leave New Westminstei at 4:00 p.-
m.; arrive at Port Kells al 5:30 pm.;
arrive al Hammond a: 6:00 p.m.; ar-
i.v.' at McAdams Landing at 6.15 p.m.;
arrive ot Port Haney at i,:'.'.', p.m.; arrive at Lani'ley at T:0'J p.m.
Leaving B. A. K. Wharf, daily except Saturday
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April Is: the steamer
Transf.-r will leave Bra'.Kman-Ker
wi.arf every week day ct..moon, vs-
cept Saturday, at .'i p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island ar_ way pons. Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, eave. Westham I .and
every week day morning, except Friday) at 7a.m., and Ladner 745 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham Island 6 a.m.
and  I*idn.-r at ii: 4.'. nni.
Additional !t'i;i Monday iborhlng,
leaving New Westminster al .". a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINB,
Manager.
Xuy a-.a..,i::e Do-ulnlon-i lan Is wr.n
| In tte railway belt in Brit.sh Colum
tilu, maj bl hon estl a led by any -jerson
I mho is tbe -i .- bead of _ faml ... or
at.  male over l. yean or age. to tti
..teat of  otc-quartiir  se_Llon  o;   160
dcrei, more or less.
Kstry must _e made personally al
j the local iand office for the dis'rict iu
', which the land  is situate.    Entry by !
proxy may, however, be made on cer- |
taia cd.ditions by the father, mother,
i son, daugnter, brother or sister of sd
[Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to per
. form the conditions connected  mere
With    under    one    of the    following
plans:
(1) At leant six month.' residence
upon and cultivation of the land ln
each  year for three years.
(2) If t.e father (or mother, If the
father la deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity of the land entered  for,  the  a
if the  fol .'.. lng
(11    At .��� .i-���     i  months le
jpon   aud      .       .'.nn  of  the land   in
each  year  1.     three  >ears.
Ui a homesteader may, If he _<i
i.sires, i#r'.t ra. the required real-
lence dutie. :.;��� living on farming
,aad own. I solely bv him. not less
than eighty (_"��� re? m extent Is
the vicinity _. lis bomtstead. Joint
ownership in land will not rn*-et ihi_
requireuitnt.
t..i    II tbe lather lor motuer. if tb^
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HON    CLIFFORD   SIFTON
ON   FUT'.HE   OF   CANADA
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Ottawa,  \,��il .
Sifton     iituilng   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
faiher la deceased] of a bom. steader     ! ��� ��� ipon th
has  jierniaDent  reti.lence on   tarmin| of the n ol    I
land  owned  solely  by  him,  not  lesi     ild that in a rei I   ��
L^-an eighty  (80)   acres lu extent,  in waters  ol   Lai I        and        ���   other
requirements ss to residence may  be   of  road  a low antes crossed
satisfied by such person residing wit_ | jwaiurenjeht
Ue vicinity of th<- nouieaea.), or up-!.''������at   lakes  would    be  contaminated
on a homestead  entered for hy bla I with '
In the vicinity, silch homesteader may  Ontario snd Qui   i     rould
perform his own residence duties hy  man li        Btn  oi Noi h   Imeri
living with the faiher (or mofbeii.     ca       Thi   peopli   of Canada   h.   said,
11)    Tne term "vtriniii" in ihe two  i"      u n v Ij   from twentj U\>   ��� ���. Bfty
preceding iiaragraiihs l�� defined   ul million lollsra through defe�� iv.- ����������� i ���
meaning not more t_<in nine miles .ij   Ta I Ing   ol   mlnei il     Mi    Blfton   I   0
direct line, excluslfe nf the width  phesied thai  within the next  twent)
E.  R.  Weitn.ntlei   D'jnch.
W<af>.   Oi,   Schr.:.. I
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minster at 5:M
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.   \ .    .      mil tor Van- dent
mver at i        i        I '���
��� ��� :: rery half hoar t
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Sjnday   Sch��dul��.
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um, sad*
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ll   10 i D
Cars leave Ni * W<  tmli    ei  foi Van
oonver st s 00 a n . and nrerj
boar tberaafu -   ni II It 00 p.m  Lasi
car 11:00 p m
O. J.   McQujrrn,  Local   Manager.   New
W����(minittr,
T.i    Mv.v    \|.
I.     II     M
Des        ��� | Willi
LAND   REGISTRY
Hlf
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
32^  Front   St..   Opposite   Markrt,   Ne^
Westminster.     Phone  489.
arid   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
will se i on Pride,  thi  30th April,
s:   10  ii.ni.   In   the   Market   place    lil
ficsli  cows,  With  calves  al  foot,  to ai
rh.  by car from Manlto a. also
al local COWS
the father or mother.
Ci) If tbe settler has his permanent residence ujon farming land own
ed hy him In the vicinity of his home,
stead, the requirements ��s to residence may he satisfied by residence
uiion the said land.
Six months' notice in writing sbouid
he given to the Commissioner of Dora-
lulon Lands at Ottawa of intention to
aiiply for [latent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may he
leased for a period of twenty-one yam
st an annual rental of )1 j*>r acre
Not more than 25150 acres _h_'| lit
'eased to oue Individual or company
A royalt�� at the rate of five cents per
ton shal' be collected on the m .-
r-hnntabl. coal mined.
W. W. COHY,
Deputy of the Minister of *be Interior
in    their.     iiirty years the mont remarks-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__ Ind i
(a)   A  bomeeN sdei   Intending    to I the world had ever known would
perform  nis  residence duties  m  sol place  in  this  country.      Aa  ri      d
cordance with the .ove while living I tlmbei    hi   declared  thai  foresi   nr.��
with parents or on farming land own-1 dmlnt-  thi   la     thirty yearn  had con
Great   Northern  Pj 'way.
Lv   N W   t  '���', - in     ar   sUa'V,,- 1 ;, iu
}.��   N .   4   ... j. tn . ar Beattta lu pm
l.v   n w   12:10 a ui , ar   m i������:������
a tn
l.v Seattle I 10 ��� a . �����   N W
l.v   Si a- its 4 U  p in .   ar   N W
p in
Lv.  Bl tl   '>���   1 I    10   ,i in .   ar
I in
;i in
V W    I
ed  by himself must notify tlu- agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' nothe In writing must
be given to tbe Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of lt.te.tlon
to apply for patent.
W.  W. COKV.
Deputy of the M!.lst_r of t>" Interior
���ynopii.    of    Cansdiaw     North Wen
Homestead   Regulations
Any even cumbered section of Do
minion  lan is  In  Manitoba,  Sam ,
ewan an I  Uberta, excepting 8 a: .
��ot reserve,  may be homesteaded ',
any person who is th. sole lua 1 ol
family, or any male o��ar 18 year   nf]
age, to the extent of one-quart.-:
tlon of 160 rn res, more or ipsa.
Application   for   entry     must.    _��l
LAND  REGISTRY ACT
Re subdivision ll of Lot 79, <;roup
:   New Westminster Watrict; Lota m
1 ' and 20, Block 1, and Ix.t 1, Block K.
V , being part of I^ot ii, Suburban
Block IV., New Westminster City;
Wbsreti j.roof of the loss of certificate ot title .limber 16027A, issued 'n
tbe Dames ol Charles Frederic sprott,
ncia  Kaia  Schou,    Lucy Christine
I...   been Iflad in this offlce,
Notlca is hereby glvi-n thai I aball,
at the expiration of ons taootb from
lhe date of the first publication here-
f   in a .lally newspaper publl bed In
City  Of   N"W   Westminster,   i-sue  ���
1 ate of the said eertlflcati   unless
iln-  meantime   valid objection   be
I   to in.- In .ritini*.
C,   S   KEITH,
hi trjfil  K-l'l'irar of Titles.
1   Registry   Offlce,   New   West-
ter, B. ('. M.ir'h 1%, WOO.
imi'-d Ave limes a ��� much a
ilium lumbi r Arms had cut
the Ca
GIRLS   MUST   COOK
TO  WIN   HUSBANDS
<'���>���"���' fllle, p.. April 26, \ num��
bei oi Coat-Vlll. young men bave served notlci on lbs tali 1 ��������< thai Id effect
mesas, Vini musl know bow to bake
or we wont coo Ider matrimony.'' A-*
u consequence the tali si x is taking
lessons In pai
One girl, ��rho dei ired to strength -n
th,. effectlons of her "atesdy fellow,'
baked s Dice pie and tendered It '"
hlni In his ot.li-- i|,. ;l,,. ,|���. !,(,. iino
replied  "You'll do '
The   edict   slv, d   ...    .,   ]lt\...    iMtt   |{
has become quite       ohm
G.  N.  R ���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tues-
'day  at   Id  ,1 in .  i-iiuil.   at   r,   p iu.   to
; 'It,. I.' ai ��� I   ThurSdS) .   4   I' in ,   ar-
tlven In city   Eildav   8:45 a iu    LeaVSS
Friday   at   .'!:_0   p.m.,   arrives   In   city
Saturday 11  �� ini
Leaves Port Qulchon si 1 pm   w
Take 1 otli ������ thai
bi vi 1 ,.'.   to
.ih   lbs  OS I' 1   Hi   I'' '
1 sa  ���-...   Deed f<
v .   , ���
ij minster, to   Ow  ��� ���
date id-  .������ih  I.-. ��� '  ���
IMI, of  all  an.I
pan ��� 1 ���    ��� ��� iv
dtuste,     It.g an 1   ������ 1.
New   \\ .    'll III itei
Hiiti*.    Col im' 1.1
known snd desi rtbed
IS  and   It "I   1"    *    *
11
Vim snd 'ii'"-.- els
under you and sli  .
any Interest in tbi    -Id ���
of   uni    un*. ;'i '' '
s)| persona clslmli ���
ih,. said land bj
is not registered  in ���
of the Land Beglsti     .
Jul in ���: ���> I
to contest tbe 11
Tiienday.   _:10   am    on     Krld.iv,   and
6:20 a rn   Saturdav       Arrive a.  Port 1 ^^"'^thln'Mr'iy ��w dsya '"��
Gulchon c pm, Thursday sad Friday.L^, 1)f ,,,��� ���,,:, ., - ihk
  |tlOS IlIKin  wm.  an I  ll lf a
*rtlBcste of II '        ''.'.
MAYOR ARRESTED:
PARISH   PRIEST   SUED
Montresl     '., ,    Th8    1)i(,ls���
priest of Bi Agi . Rev Rather Cor-
bit. Is facing nn.,. iibei Mi;i. ���, 9n��.
000 "adi. ns a re n 0I the i- iltng
there  over .1  local  option  oampalgn
The citizens 1 u  ;.,. --.si be u ��� 1
defamatory long ,, ,,, hli ,...,_.,,
sermon,   On ihe      ,    hand   the M'<
yor.   who l|  ll a,|   ���   ,,      , .,., ,  |p||. .
h���� been 1 ��� ,  l(;ll   , , ,   ..
11   ba    flnnll... ,   M, ,  ,,,.,,   st
Agatbe,   which   1     , tifssitb    resort
hIkuiIiI be ji * 1 . Dtln 1 _. y" [own
T-l-IB-EPfB:!
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP5
BUD ____<_*��_0S.
Vou wi.i fimi ii to youi advantsgs
1 vent or r
jfll'-d within such
data
trat'd
I rei
Hfltll
to sfrsage your hooking m ihih office,
whether you Intend to travel <n send
lng for >oui  frianda      Balling from
St.  .lohn
Empres^of Britain      April
Impress of Ireland      May 7
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress   of   Britain         May   21!
For other dates snd particular
ply to
ES. OOULET,
of   redemption   _ ������'
you and each of
estopped and    debarred
up any claim to or In '    1
sui.i land, and 1 sbsli  ������    ���: ("'�� ���
ner lb< rei f li  f��ft
Adams  U ow....     ,
And 1 hereby   ���
I linn of this iv
ja dally newipa   r
Weattnlnater wlll
3 jelenl  ItYviCfl then of.
Iinled  at   the  I������''  I
Now Westminster l
Columbia, this  16th
a. i), laos
up- C. B. KEITH
Dl
 I        TO     Thomas
C. P. R. Agent,     j(-.,.,���,���,, W, wise, C        '
. 1 Britlj
���   Mart PPIL ��   1*9*
I HE   DAILY   NEWS.
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sad Boa Aecard  Wedasadaj *n-i Bai
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OPTIONS   TAKEN   ON
THOMPSON  COAL  LANDS
Iron   Works
JOHN reid. Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   Rei Intntoter
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Ms����wfacto>r*<j  by
J. HENLEY
NEV.    WESTMINSTER     B.   C.
Telep-cne   13. Oil :-.  F. g   Uh   St
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eluding .11 U. 3. pom' '^ mlB.
tween BntiafdM snd N" .
s,,r.  via C  P   n   south:   I
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FORMER CANADIANS
FORM A CLUB
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set. will s
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TENDERS WANTED.
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CLAIMS   HE   HAS  CURE
FOR CONSUMPTION
:��� of I
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pr. Wm. t>
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The tree I   draining
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Tr,.     Ail  Red" Project
awa,    April    _
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Bat April 2.
... " a
T . I -   ��rii| be tn ��� th< ���;*.
!��� ��� -i.i. to Mon. .  May,
��� sapftfj   ol   .   rtl ed ana
- ���    -��� ��� *   ���       ��� �� of the
follow u.- ��� i- i   ���. ���   d
inch.      ' ���    ���     ���      11 -    ,
pipes
said  sites    with    I    Inch
band readers tor pipes
u foot    ��� s -
I Junct.    . .    ������        ���-���:,. \\
be deltvan     . - -        ��� -   ��� , dred - *
th.-   Kir-'. ewe** 4 .
-i    ��� ...., at the
���; ������                - 1 with
��� feede!      .   also rs
'.  ��� ���           to he -������liv-
j ilso required toi
e city enBlnei��r'!.
Distr Ci  sf   S-rrey.
Take notice T    '���   ���
��� j    apply   ��� ���   B0lS��i    ,
I  .. ���>��� -      ed  ���
'        . .ncing it a       ���       nted whi
tbe  ?outhf-rly   boar." . ���
group  two  ...    N  *���' mgter dis
trict  Intersects    the -ction
line, prolong-d. running north and
l ith through section :*. -v township one di;  tb^-n.'.   -���   th 160 rods.
��� east 160 rv>d_, ih.nce north tu
a point 200 fe*-t *outh of the before
mentioned southerly boundary of lot
5j5,  group two   (2);   thence  easterly
le] to the paid southerly boun
dary of lot 505. group two (2), to a
point 62 roda north of the 4?th parallel of north latitude; thence west to
������ wat-r mark and 62 rods distant
from  the  said  49th  parallel  of  north
ide; thence south 62 rods; tbpn.-.
���  to the point where the southerly
.   ��� lary of lot  505, group two   (I)
Ititer^ei-ta  ths  before  mentioned l_Pth
,; arallel of north latitude;, then follow
'ire the -"..id southerly boundary o\ lot
_i-nup two  (21.  to the point  of
commencement, containing hv estlma-
_
tlOO   two    uundr.-d    and    forty   a. res
j more or MB.
t _t��d   at   White   Rock.   Ft.    ...   this
22nd  day  of  Ffpnisry,  1909.
HENRY T. THRIFT
PACIFIC
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. rla s ri"   ������
Th.   Dress-i.il.  ng   DiscloStires.
I' in. IV
of  1' ��
i   . .    11 ion
Sew York
...  .-...
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I
lUlhorll
���lf.ee
Thi  '.'���*.- any tender not ttscea
���arlly accepted
\Y    \   IH'\i   W.      .
City Cl-rk
,    ���      v ,-       ,,    ..,    ��� i     -  ,    ,
!    FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor  Store
CHOICEST WINES BRANDIES.
ALES AND STOUT.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
Ph..'. I I P. 0 H"*< Ml
FRONT ST.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   D   C.
Scnt#0n Approval
To Ri. . .1NSHU.B PEi.n.E   *
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
r/-.   IrsK Pencil
- L'hoi.r ��� f
RAILWAY COMPANY
I    The- scenic *ran3<_pntin* _t���i rS
��� , through    dining  tirst-
cla.=s - ten _nd dining car*. At-
lan-.ic express leaves dai.y :i:20 p\n.:
train for 9eattle and other southern
. lints a 9 13 .iin., train for Agasmz
_ Week end tickets sold
to Wa! points at one fare tor round
trip
ED. GOULKT.
Azent.
[C   B   FOSTER,
Assistant OeaeijBl Passeneer Agent,
1 Vm-ioo.ivS. .
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles trom $12.. .
up.
Silver Watches, g��nt��' open face
��6.00.
Silver Watche=. gent?' opes ca3e
t7.50 up.
Ag��nt for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch re] siring a specialty
F. CRAKE
7*i__    doort   rrom   Geo.   Adams.   Grocc
NEW    WESTMINSTER     LAND    DISTRICT.
g
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Cjnudun   U.  S   Rec p.Cplty
l���    oil       V     ...      I '
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hen
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FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
The Arrow Press
WINDSOR   HOTEL    ��t0����
Still in the field for Job
PnntinS ���
when   ..   competitoi
,r, not in business ��� ,
_l_   ���   llllS   Si"1   r
an  eslim.it'-  upon  nis
an order with us
our word as well SS    '      '
E.   M    DOI
v-ilnin.
Bayal Cttj  MUUi
Caraarvoa sa I Tenth.
-.    It.n.il Avenue SBd Eighth.
.    Fifth Av.nii.- an.l Twelfth.
12   Bl   tfairy'i  Hospital
S.r.'U.I   .ind   Pars.   l{.i��
i    i'<,hin11*.Ia nn.l Dufferin.
Sapperton
_,-,    Royal  I'oluiii'.i'.an lmsinta.
_,;   Queen's Avenue and  StStih
i     rhlrd Avenue .ind Sei-osd
Fifth Avenue snd .ou'th
iv ii  Av.-nii,. nnd V.'ghth
I'vl   \venue uml  T. n   i
v.vvi sad Butii.
��� Schaaka Machine Wor. .
v .\iliinihlii and MaXsuta
;,; i'   p. It. Station.
ij Small  A  Ttucklin Mills
Taav M*Rsa
Dc SIGNS
       Cowvriomts Ac.
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Take notice that  the   underslgi i I
intends to apply to t,ie hon. the com- I
|ml8sloner ol lands tor .permission to
the    undermentioned    lands  in
Ni s  Wi ���  uinst.er district:
Louvi   ���'      -  a-   a  point  where the
D  III ,.!<".. .i i   |
and �� -i sections seven  IT)
ani eighteen il'1. lutorsects the west-
'.i:v   of   lot   506,   group   two
(2)  Ne_ Westminster district; thenea
V   hence southerly and
���',-��� ��� ir_:i->'.  to ine westerly and
bound uy   of   the   said   lot
S to tbe can   e line (prolonged) run-
I south thorugh section
j'.vi-hip    one    (1),    New
-   district;    tbence   aoutb
teet, thence easterly parallel w'.ii
(the   Bald boundary   of   tfte
^.l 1   i  *  " .-,   io  a   |K)int  im mediate..v
SOtftb '   ;>"int  wnere the centre
��� iine i v   11 tunn'ni; east or west
through   sectiou   ten   (10),   lnter.sect-i
[high-water mark; thence north along
ithe westerly boundary of said lot 505
jto Ae point where said centre line of
s"*- i ten (10)  intersects hlgh-wat.r
mar.:   ���b-'nee westerly and northerly
I along    :lv    Southerly    and    westerly
boun&rj fin. of saJU lot 506 to the
'poiat of beginning, contaldlng by estl-
| taa i.'i 60 acres more or less.
W     r st  White Rock. B. C, Eehru-
ar} 2 1. 190*. E. W. LEESON.
H.V:*-- T THRIFT, Agent   '
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Advertising and Circulation
The Daily News, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for .. mos.
The STANDARD of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
.   The Daily News-Advertiser, Vancouver   50e per month, $5 per year
I   The Sunday Nkws-Advertiser,      "        50c for 3 mos., $1.60 a year
��! S'lliscrlptloos and Adrertlseiniiiits soliniteJ lor tiie nb.ve piiiilic.tion.
1 CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
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f��AQE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY   APRlL26
��� IM1*.
Lawn Mowers
ALL   PRICES.
LOCAL WINNERS AT
VANCOUVER HORSE SHOW
Fraser Valley Horse Breeders. Though
Sending   Few   Exhibits,   Take
Fair Share of Awards,
Coffees
+++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++
+ +
+ +
+ +
+ +
4 4
4 +
O +
+ +
Give us a trial in
this line.  We carry
The Best
Mocha and
Java Coffee
procurable, and can
satisfy any   taste,
as   well    as   any
pocket.
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# "EMPRESS"    Ball-bearing with   m
4 m
X                       Five   B'ades. I
��� ALSO ���
a    "CLEAN  CUT" Ball-bearing and   +
Other  Styles.
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X Anderson & Lusby
X COLUMBIA  STREET.
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A  SNAP!
THIS  WEEK   ONLY
BAS   _ND GASOLINE M ANT .',..-���    _T
LESS  THAN   i'i iST
The Pearson Electric to.
(Successors  to T.   M- nbrej
Electric Work? i
BANK    OF    COMMERCE    BUILDING.
Opposite Poftcffice.
Ai ong ih,- I". .ii mui distrii . awards
, ancoui er hoi ie show were:
.i.n .I bri .1 . ..iiiion . i years an I
...        .��� >. ii    In    harness   ...   ttoDui.
i yeai -   i'.i. exhibited _> J.
li   \\ v. m. \\ ���    ml .   er; h gill,  com.
��� i. li. C, Pride, .. yi ai .. h., exhl.
..ii    .md .1.   II.  Wilklns in.
Chllllw    ������
i       . ... .talUons, i yeai s and ovi i
.   shown ii.  hand    E,  Roya] ( Itl
.    .        ��� .ir-.  11 .'   exhibit. ,| :,.,   . ib    i
\. .       i im ... ii     _    iciatlon;   i
'.-. Hunti '    -.  l.', exhl ti ie.i
��� lou  li   C,
i      .hon red      i   lone, i
yeai        id   un lv    I   J ''.ii B,     'I'll il'.
hoi B-. exhl    ed wa    Nai ratoi.  shown
bj   Di   a   |i   Bui .win. \\ i Bttnln I
.iii.i u.i- awaided thi     11/ ���
i | ,i
ii ins, v.i'��� i hands an
over;  i iddi n .'. Nai i a
. \hi ited       i'     ID   Buchanan
\. i   tt ��� Btmln ���
iltahle f'
Bhown   ti hand       1, ii ills  w I
, \hiiiit. i :..   i   r  an I J   H   Wl
klnson, tit Chilli ��*ai k;   3, Zoml ro i
exhibited   b.    I    r     nd  J    I!    tt I
Pa
ti ii i.i.   . \iii  ... .....   on,  ol
S.i,.p. : ton
Standard man        own in ban :
1. li. I ���   ttllkln,       i        | J. H
Cl H   C   Phlnci
rlcla, ��� \!m ��� ��� ���
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evi r   13.2   ta  he  rid .      ij   oi
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tisti
Mi--   M   Trapp coi . In  '������..
iddle clas I      i.i
PRONE 331.
P   0. BOX 928
BOWLING
Young and Old Alike
Wmm^     PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
||iiS.-:v^,i-': 'M\i
ii  .       ���  | IS)      afl I   feV( :���
ghoul i  - . '������.'��� -      i hi     I . not
t any!     _ Uki        ��� tin ��� an
worth to the I ��� In le      For the
shoa Inj
���   inal  values
Thl_ wee) tie foi
.   .
��� ��� :n...  at i     , whi
team ai
. ��� .   ���
i Vancouv. r toui ni j
'ai  7. v    I ���   8 In
ey can A
,. '.    II  Is exp<    ���"*!
Bentaton from   hi . .v. |_ j I
inqm St. F
(>n ��� tn
gam.   will see son ���      bowl.
0 thi   V     :.      ���
the B from
i a. m. to 9:30 i    ui     9
....
nd wl .. owl
All   will rvgri     '     v ��� -  Cha     -
1 Dai In, of Seal
He ha m   .
i ��r a  .v ��� .   foi  thi v   v
���
a  bed and
Van
....
J. H. Todd's Biij Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. jMUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Bloc>,  New Weltmln&ter
ALEX. MATHESON
Boot and Shoe Store
Just  open, tl   with  . n   eni Irely   new
stock of
Spring Shoes
FOR LADIES AND
GENTLEMEN
ii >ou are looking for iometblnf nt
tt-.ictiv'. in this   Une    call In nnd Inspect our stock.
Why Stir Up the Bust?
Buy a Vacuum Cleaner. Broom, and
carpet swe��pers make dust and pad-
the dirt more solidly. A Vacuum
Cleaner lifts it out by suction force.
No dust       No noise.      No Labor.
Bitter Campaign in Newfound and.
St. John's   \   i      .prii  .1     Sir  Edward    Mm ri-     the    pn iniei.
ighi     lit fi     150,000    gain
to ol  Si-  R .v
ert Boi        p Thi    premii
!���    i . i..    nbeied bl
>���_���.: laj   iii        '��� '��� ��� i  ���'������ a  ti"'
. a ���  of Waiter Bain   Grii   ���    ���    roml-
in di   men bant,   w bo  wai ted   i
few   da. -  iij-'n at  the In tance ol
Edward,   who   charged Grii ���������
a ���'.'.��� a letter ... i u lng him of being
In ih.. pa. oi ��� C mad an govern-
in. rr. lor tbe purpose of foitherin
plan to havi Newfoundland snnexed
to Canada, The campaign >;r<i*h
tii'ri bitter dally as election daj (Maj I
8. approaches.
Psperchwt.
A paper ' bass whii!. a i. In Id Bai |
lurdaj   afternoon among  the members
oi iin.- various oias -�� condui te l in the
Col nn!.!.in   college   (tViaa.i'iuni   ��a-,
won bj Jack Holt, with tt'   f.
ond     The coui se lard out 1       e two
bares, Prof. (.'lar. and A   Ber      prasl
abou;     iv    mik-s   Ion---    most    I    it
:' "'vi'ii rough timt.-    tra li    pits
ol He i bai iu ti i of th   poa Is foil >wed, -
iln- wlnnei made verj good time aver.
aging a  mile lu six mln ites  foi  the ���
i: .i  mill    ���* hlcb '.".ii   the distance run.
i In .   srere altogethi t thirteen ��� htrti i
and all finished
Doane, Bailey & McKay
AGENTS.
(8ui  ���  sora to EC W. Oook)
Front    St     Dominion   Trutt    Building
Mi��hap   to   Aorangl.
V . toria, April 26     With her stvim I
pipe broken, ami    unabla to  proceed '
acrosi   the  Psclflc, the Caaadl m-Aim- '
trallan Hn'-r Aorangl returned '<> iiort i
' lasi ni-rln      The accident oecnrred M
miles outside Cape Mattery, wh. n out. j
ward  li'.iiml.      ''..plain  I>. S   Pnilllp.
d-_lded to run hack to v>'i. which ba]
.       t 6 o ci'" ���   thi-  momim-v rather
has venture across the Pacific.     Tbe
.    pairs will be ������ff��-cted hen  today
ALEX. MATHESON
:
���
Why Pay Rent?
$350 CASH
BUY',   7 ROOMED   MODERN HOUSE ON THIRD AVENUE, WELL
LOCATED.       BALANCE   EASY    T_RMS.       LET   US   GIVE   YOU
MOPI ;   VCULARS.
Boot and Shoe Store ���
���E     | F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
+++++++4444++++++++++++4S < ., n4+++++++++++++++*+++***<
+
+
We are all ready to supply the
Needs
of the
Children I
%p
;>'
vy
>  ... -
atr-
i
in Dresses,  Aprons, Sailor   Suits, Jumpers,   B
Brown Suits, Guimpes, All-Over Aprons, etc.   !". ���
serviceable, popular style of garment is here in
Re^tdy-to-Wear Section, and thou again these
ments aro made from materials that wo ran reco
mend, and the same first-class work enters into our
Small Folks' Clothing that characterizes our Ladii-'
Garments.    The wants for May Hav need not worry
you, because you ean secure your Children's Clothes
here at very low prices.   See our window displays.
TWO   LINES   MENTIONED
.ERE
Children's White
Wash Frocks
Dai   '.     ;   r-ty   dr_i*_��  cf   MrhltS
M*' '   :    mull,      irimirod    With
Valen    -    ��� . .   |3_e   antj  .rr'tiroider/
int.rt vi        lomi      hav.        DuU'i
nrr.j rt slssves nicely Iln
i.hed    '��� "     'm.    pm      tuc��      '   -
g.r't 8 tc  ''��� -fssra      Isch, j'
to ��5c;
Tucked and Plain
All-Over Nets
Crra-^ ��cru and whitr nctt a.t'i
or At- _��� ipou; tucWfd in nar
ro* and wde tucWt. W'dth�� ��r-t
18 tc 30 mch._ per yard 3^c lo
65c.
Pretty Striped and
Spotted Frocks
in   y.ng--_.T-    jn_      v,     ���
with   bflti.   md   pipm.i
color*;  o(^*r�� trimmed  A "   *��si
brslds md butloni.      A
small br,. j .ni girls; fi
ANOTHER   SHIPMENT  Of
Lace Neckwear
Novelties to Hand
So    man,     j'tra. '   . I
nfck*f.lr   p.*: ��i   l"   v    J   I .
th*-  naekWssr  section thai  lie f.
fm_   it   a   pl��a��ur.   to   _*!���   '
collar* l-r   |
Th#      rpA.��t    range      ji.-.-
made of    GUIPURE    and
TAL   itocK      COilSrS,     LACE
COLLARS,        COLORED        . ���     '������
COLLARS.       SHOULDEM
LARS       and      LACE       Sl !
Pr.ced  from   .   .   t     .:CrO ta.'
Hats
for the
Girh
RSSdj. fer May Day in the Millinery .t-'iOn. Many attractive
modeli mads ready In antic'pa
tion of the ruth for May Day hat��.
Tht^e ,i', cn d'tplay today, trimmed with appropriate flower.,
wreathn,     foliage,      ��tc. Lowly
priced to make theft, doubly at
tractivr. Priced from %\.Zb to
i. 00
An imrrtnie display of WASH
TAM'i SAILOR HATS, and GA
LATE AS from ?5c to $2 60 each.
New
Delaine
Waistings
The most attractive lme 0<
weight ail wooi Mfsistlnga w- ' ���   <*
ever had the opportunity of ���'
Ing.      The Weight ii ilighlly h��a��
ier than a muslin or lawn, tut  be
mg   all   wool,   wlll   make   ui
warmer     waiatt   for     evr"
dreii wear.      ColOra are IB" '''
dark,   and   pattern,   are     <""
naw,   ahowlng   two     lens   ���"'���'
fancy     deaign.   and   sp"'*-
yard. 50c   and  60r.
VV. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK- ^n
FIRE
INSURANCE
WHIT��, SHILES & CO.
NFW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NUMBER 95.
LIPE    .
ASSURANCE ��
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St   Phone 85.
JL
1
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C MONDAY  MORNING, APRIL 26, 1909.
Ill PREPARED
10 SURRENDER ALL'
EADER ELECTED
FIVE CENTS PER-    ,'Y
  *    ,
BY LARGE MAJORITY
! Little Girl Who Will Be
{Thousands
Fighting
i  in   Street
viisauitiuaple
-Palace     winded
April
- A   l)iii-
i/inilon,
.yds shortly after
a . iue p.iacu guai '-.
n    in  iii..   "i li
tl   and   thai    i.i
in iii.   bunds "i
11. d
Jjinin:-
E'v
I
Aldermanic Contest Gives!
Substantial Lead to For-1
mer Member - Heavy Poll. I
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+
+
+
+
* Cf owned Queen of the May *
,*********++++++++++++++++**++++++++++++++++++++++++++
FRUIT GROWERS        IRECORD EINE IS |
SUFEER HEAVY LOSS PAID IN TO
'1 be    inn. i
ection  for
I
I
m-tiitii  in paten
���    .....       :.',        ill.lv;
.     \ ml :���   Km   1.   will
..:.
Suiltati i>.i..aii*.
Consi V'Ni iia- Barrti ad-
Ej;D!.       ���      ���    enable pan of the
Ij".'' .  roande |   | .    sev-
o.t loyal troops
.- guard, the aged i u-
fiefla ice to the
;        ; i indei a    and the
liai   ; bi   bloo lii j'
i will ii- ni i-
Ej     , ,,.    big ovei tnrow.
[k.  , i   aln adj In pr ig
... preliminary to
|.    , . '.111111111' id    Vomit;
.i   bolds out in his
I '""
I, ���   md   ui    ( hell -k
_.:, oallsti   ..'    '   Hi-
|j... :,:     thai   Hi' ���   -vcii-
, 111
Preparing   to   Storm.
... .....     .1
j"ji . I  .i   few
.mil ofl .'i greatly su-
_... ��� ii hours.
Iti ���  ; he Sultan, fi ar-
���nl oi ji situation   as   has
���risen ��� on tl.  .lined thr palace
fcround.- a    catastrophe "!
I...., ������' .      ..ill iii-i'aii tiii- at.ack-
.-:��� ii ai    attempl   be made u>
t   .
T__ .-. ...I.  SrQfd to the
l'o���_ !..:_���  committee  that   rather
Bu Ids    throne li<' would
Psintfai   dsi    where he had .reigned
��� ars.
i .��� tonlghi under the
IM - nam   and  a detai i.
furnished   by   tne
1 Is reported the hrsi
���hi   .   the  British  embassy    a
flu
Opposing Forces.
! '��� ���'-* the unexpected re-
I a change ol am
| Its' leader   declare
tti '. bol j cleared up.
Ite] ; ih.ir   mill tar j
-Vi
bas n ���
exciting   m inli Ipal   flyman}   yeai    In  Westmin-
���:" ''"" ' ''���       irday in the elec-
""* "'  ���'���   ���'.  Fadi      .    ,;  majority ot
""   ���'"' li rmanlc '
trom which   v I, rm .    (__ ,, :
igned.
All daj   ii.     an i Wer
busy Ihjii.iv   ..  ,      ,,. .,,. and
UJ  aP/'e of thi
exercised ih,. fram .,...    -( h      lrr.
vii candidate was ... ll , u ,i wit,,
������ hides of all kind - bJ , e Bry_o_
. ommittee  was n,      . ,  ,,,  this
"   .���' ���'������    Tin    ' in iiishe i  -ii
'i io-  News on S . ..  _ ,.
quitlam dam would   n  built     id i ci
..iin reservations had an Imp   tani In-
H ii nee  on  the  po]       \    \i    Herring,
tlie   third  candidati. six
��� V   ;  |n [act, hi
taken seriously by tin pit etoi The
women voti d In  an ������. h ol
the    leading   candl lates   si curing   a
Is '-��������� measure of bup ���������
Mr. l-'.i'J. i  pi lied bi tta   than he did
lis  1907 at iii.- gi neral
tlon,  when  he  received   116,  and  ba i
:>" more than hi  obtalm I ���; tl ���������-
���ion last    year, when he    was I
motes  behind  the  lasi   elected  i
spiendl : i.|at...     The Burprlse ol lh.  elect on on
Sa urday was the la.gi   vote for him
ii   Sapperton. which  was  regarded as
a stronghold of the Bryson party,
I ie tails of th��' i��i_ were:
West
Sai.
Clty pi i.  To-
i'.nd
Hall. ton. tai.
K   .1.  Fader   . .
.   ...32
349    59   4-ln
J    s.   Bryson
,39
289    32    360
A,  M.  Herrinpv
...  (i
6      I       6
SjCiilt	
...  1
::     ::
Totals.
.7.    ''.li'.    95    Hi
'��� - d meet anj d iw
I '��� >        m,i  that  th.   onl.   ques
ltd ri d una.   is ihi- . ur
Won on Ujcording
Mflirei al tin  legations to-
)���'���'��������� .    the young  i unt
il Constantinople
v. ibout    30,000  men,
ni   troops re-
}'-���- Sultan will nut
I ���-
Making a   Stand.
I  It' ired iu be ihe Ini m-
ii.iha i<> piac one
bSaltan's      .   on the throne, in
Mohammed  Rechad  Ei
& '������   8 iltan's  brother,  v lm  had
"-:v    ���   ���       the  young Turks
I* tiic pn -.iii  nun-.     ii   is noj
'- ���'���        ���       ie clinic,, will fall
FOUNDER  OF  COLLIER'S
DEATH  WAS  SUDDEN
New York, April 25.���Peter K. <o.
lier, founder and publisher of Collier's
Weekly, died suddenly lasi night al
apoplexy at the Riding club. Mr.
Collier died befori a physician ar-
rived. He **fe' tcHiefi iwner and <*..
iStr of Collier. Weekly. Peter Fene
Ion Collier was born In Carlow Ire-
Inn I, and catii. to the United States
i'. >..i: ly age IL' wa educ tte*
at Si. Mary's colli ge, in Cincinnati,
Ohio
Severe Winter Killed Peach
Trees and Affected Apples
in Interior.
Oil Company, Mulcted in
$1,808,754 Fine, Settles in
Large Currency.
Kamloops,   li.   C.   April   2o.���There      Austin,  Texas,  April   25.���Tin
will be a heavy loss in fruit th, gh- p��^,���a^S 1
out British Columbia as a result of the judgment obtained against it '
unusually severe winter. Peach trees atate Coi vi���i;,Un,, H[(, .,���,,., ���
bave   een killed off by hundreds, while  bj   paying    Into    the stat,
,1,_08,754, less $94,000, which   i
| ducted  from the  former sum :
fee of County Attorney-Gi ne
ranchers report   beav;   losses, one of f0r _jding in  the  prosecution
them losing upwards of four thousand money   waa  Conveyeu   to  the
dollars.    The same conditions obtains   shortly after the noon hour li
throughout  the  Okanagan  and other | tomobile     accompanied
I many  apple orchards   have  also  suf-
E ii. .1 considerably.
lu  the Lytton district  -nme of the
fruit districts. The resuli is that
peach is wil] be high this season Imd
ver)  scarce,
Th, unusually cold weather during
ihe winter was r ispon Ible for the
loss, there being no snow at the time
to serve as a protection tor the fruit
trees.
in Kamloops dlstrici the loss will
bi fairly heavy an i is well dlBtrl v ,
among-t the fruit grow i   .
.,'���
V\ a-
���    laj
tbe
..   vie
awa
v.ury
i-  de-
r tne
I   ady
rhe
.   ,tol
... au-
.  ,
HOUSE GUTTED BY FIRE
BUT FURNITURE SAVED
Children  Playing With  Matches Cause
Destruction of  E. Mason's Residence���Small  Outbreak
May   Queen-elect,   who  will
Friday.      She is 12 years of aqe
daugt.ter of A. F. Hale.       He-- maids of
"ton -and  Miss Jean Rancie.
MISS HELEN HALE.
be  the central f_jure of the ceremonies nert
a student  at the  West   Side   School, and  a
honor -a,-e   Miss   Mabel   Maud   Ath.r
UDO FELLOWS PARADE
TWO INDHEI) STROM
'buiti
Iti'
;fiv Stan : . ��� the Sultan's sup-
"ersiu:hi- open took place Inline-
,a'e|) ������������������]"i-    hi   Belgian  legation
'J- ������' rr ol        Enrojiean
ul'_ ii^'it a yelping lun.
!_--_-ibers of Onls- X'iten to  Eloquent
, S'.rmon  Delivered at .St. Andrew'*
Chutxh
May Day Festivals A*e
Gaining in Popularity
Westminster, far __ long th�� only msjuj gorgeous piwoessionais, and tra-
cit. In western Amerieatto ceieb��u_ dltAon tells oi bow tne springtide wns
th- old English May Day .estiva! eu- ,'WI welcomed by marches of gaily-
Joys this distinction no longer. Otner dressed maidens, i-icn in tlawers and
places are following the lead tak-m ornamentA
by the Royal City in this matter, and iv Olden Times.
i: is probable before many years the] ^<'-'i< and Gr-aece boin naj similar
loc-il celebration "il1 be seriou.. ��roeession_is in honor o_ Uie wor-
ctaallenged tor premier position in H*"4-?' tor instance, of menus, and tne
fetes of its nature. Thi. year __?i_ petals took pati in proceasionais tnai
will be at least four .,l*\ Day ceJebia- Lm'lfht well *ar.v�� foi Uie origin of tne
tions in the West, three ln Briti.h V ul.reaent-daj ouatoms.
lumbla���Kamloopa Westminster and Wong the Rhine .the .worship of
North Vancouver���and one in Wash--F,,'i:l- Goddes >of Y.wili, in heathen
Iqgton, where Seattle Is to hav. its P*i,a lnv��l��ed dancing and'singing on
initial May Day event on May 3 aad .the   i��an  "r Ul'' heauUful young
small residence Eishtb avenue,
ilu'tweeii Ellventh an. Twelfth streets,
(was burned down Su.urday morning.
K'l was occupied hy E Mason, and Is
supposed to have caught fire through
the children playing with matches.
The brigade Was not notified until the
flre had weLI advanced, as the occupants did not consider it serious, and
when ih- liiiai from Nob. 2 and . halls
arrived the building, a frame struc-
lui... was slmofll ilcsti-oyvd. A quau-
lili ot 1'iuaiUii'e was savwd. The damage .mounts t* between _l">hi) and
J200O, an<.l ii not covered hy insurance.
.\n. 1 bull v as culled yesterday to
a ..nail lire ,i; ih,. rear of Granby
l-'anaiit's rosldence, Auties Btreet,
where somi ln>: ashes }ia-l tgnit 'd the
wot id wwi ik iii-.j.iiniii---. .'he tin- was
quickHj   und' r  control
[ whii,.    a    multitude    of     spi  tat ira
cheered.
The money, all currency, had been
on deposit in two local hanks for the
last   two  days,  having   been  shipped
[here from  New   Vork.      The  ' ansfer  .
:of the money to the state was made
Iby E. R. Perkins, of Dallas, att. rney
for the Waters-Pierce Oil Company, in
the presence of Attorney-General Davidson. Treasurer Sam Sparks and a
number of other state employ.'.   .
Accompanying the autoniob.li in the
mad rush wer.. a score of Officers, all
armed, and four bank official* I ISO
armed,
Money Quickly Counted.
The money was quickly counted, as
.1,200, i of'it was in hils of ten th u.
sand dollars denomination. rhe
money went to the credit of the general revenue fund and will enatiie a
material reduction of the ad valorem
itax rate of the state. Bradj paid
one-third of his $94,000 fee to local
'attorneys and another one-third **ill
jbe sent to J. P. tlrueti, of St. Louis',
'former secretary of the Water.-.1 era
Company, In payment for evidence
which he furnished the prosecution in
the case.
The ;usk of counting the big use.
which it was predicted would be a
strenuous one proved to be shorv The
fine was paid in currency. Onr hundred and sixty hills of $10,000 each
settled the big end of the judgment
A big bundle of thousuitd-dolla- bills
made up the bulk of the remain
the   sum.      The   money   bad   (til '
Bent bj   express from New York.     it
(ContlnueJ on Page Seven.;
.ns
aJid   in   _i_a.ny  other
trace! ceremonials of
^wiiiwu: ol Loyalists attempted
. V' -reel and stand off the
pa of Uj,, young Turks, but after
Pfwti iii in-,   ..I desperate fight.
, "ta,,| '��� than a  huDdred
| ihi, km. ,| , wounded, the kiiu
'":" ���������'������'��� : v i Hi,. Loyalists
f.':-' '������"��������� i .vi. nf them being
��� ,K-'| and bayonettad as thr-y
1��*'_.^."���_    '���   Belgian legation
���r"'* soado*.     ,.. i,i; unbroken,
'***'wtiiiU..   .     .,t| uuiiuured.
i> ,k    SUt'1  riijhtiny.
i��';��� ."      hat the liKhiisin
V_fii   ^   !'     the bloodiesi of
C1' laj  .us bi'W.n.t
,..."'     '        Hue   de   Peru.
^�� ."���'��� ..t the .sultans
x f. M     v- si.iiih to assist
Me 0��� '"","' '      the  Ylldiz  Kiosi-.
wv7',i iv.. ana the Loyalist).,
/cross  ih
�����'ll back
b�� a br-n.
Over two huadred mamhera of tne
Independent Un.:r of Qddfellows iook
part, iji the annutil church parade yea
tecdaj   evening; matching t'> St. An-
district iiiii'iv "a    Presbyterian   church,   where
Maxim (Rev. ,)   s. Hend���u��on preached an in-
,teresting   sermon   un   ''Canada'-   Great
Need "drawing particular attention tj
���Ji ���  high objects of  th ��� order.     Al
no -t.-ifr. of the (world's   history, de-i
dared  the  Bpeaker,  was there more
need of men who sse.re wn- to ths prtn.
d ,|es nt Friendship, l. .<��� and Truth. |
tiian rn present, w_i.-n eommercialism
*ts\n su(_i a domisutiit  tador ii   niun-
���Ui^ affai'-s.     Altboiigh the <>Jd s:|W j
that .ver;  man had his jrJ'*e had l-,nK
beei   scosptsd  a- '-        u'��-  speaker|
L-i
._ ,"''
4 -.ei   ihe  kuiailojL"
Mayor's  Daughter .   Candidate.        .".i 3i i ics nun I*'
Mis- Leah Miller, daughter of Mayor *'' ' fmJlarmaiuie.
Ijohn  K. .Miller, of Seattle, at the re- American Mixture,
i quest of many friends and patrons on - -1 lht' �����it>;d States the custom is
Ithe May Music Festival, to be given ,r!" ious,J l'"��^ UP with thv. memory
in the auditorium of the new armory '" ���' ���*il":-it -Indian chieftain, whose
May 3 and 4. has consented to bee ��me I1;l" ,e ta l*''u'n*' b-v �����" 'of ��� *n(> ,nosl
la-oaadidate for queen of that event lu>-^ jhiUmchi .org__i_ititt_*. of tne
There will be six other candidates, Mw*I awud. -Sammaay, me ruling
itwo of whom���Miss Gladys Pisher a id [P?* "'r ji) ���"''" .;"olil'c-- of .-Mew York
Miss May Schober���have already been P**1*' '���
laonJlaated.   Other c*juu*ttes will .be i   '���  w ��� samearAal onriousittiought io
ted  today.    TJ_-  on^uccesstul reonriBCl the jobieltain of tiie. Lenapes.
CffiAP BQ.KS LCAD GIRL
TO ATTEIfPT BROWNING
PROVINCE CONTINUES
OUTSIDE THE FOLD STILL
British  Columbia  Alone   Has  Al ..ed
Lord's Day  Alliance  Act to  Et
Inoperative.
Ftoilish
Novel;
M aiden     Reader     of     Trash
AVtempts .Suicide Twice on
Same  Day. 1
Header-
okmeb
JSkM��fuli"
.'Va vehicle
; "ou'd off,'
��� "8 lr*|.n a,,,|
iTh^*'1 Plahi
teut^b
III,.
and
streel  in .double
Occasionally then.
and the Loyalists
flight, but u pu,. or
fl*- b bit of m 'r.cban-
'   i temporary uarn-
would rally the
'""Ullile   ih,. "fig|__-
lo ih,
if  Century.
' :'  Bcorea of
l>aT-
, tb-
N��n_a"ii' '"i's. ��'i��'��>i "'
'������  "I   V.      I
H
Uttem
��i   i
A "ii the edges
what was pe.
< lighting that
quiuy.1  uoftible examii"- +t m-'l.   Who
had remained inn- to their trust,  and
whose nanaes would go daw In history   becau."  thej   esuld   not   _
BueaoHl at .my prfos       A*C
son's iinpresuvi' sennqn  W
foliumi. i by i'h,. largi oongre��U��_
tin-   largest    seen   is Bt     uidrsw i
church tor m-uny a -i<i'
Atxwt  thirty tnembew ��>i itie ,'
couver CflPtoP <';UI"' "��"   l" u
.form,   uwler  iK'-  '""",
McKay.     The parad.
kthe ausp��eei of Amity iwdm; ��o
B ooinniitiUse ooo'lsting of v.   i
ictam. p. ,c;. E. i. Wejitoar, >'
A_i .-k Adams. P. O., huvm
tl_. detullri     Nemton
u.   inarshaJ.
._ large numbersf '"""
nib Rebekah Aodga, So.
rtstlng   Reb..ahs,  usseinhli.  A
ehtin-h. srhsrs they accupled sei
seivned for th��iv
te
FOOTBALL.
��Kliun,|
l-l-At;i e
vision
C^
I Mild.;
l).
l-i!I '"���"id
F^rot'
irock��
Ni '
'0,11V.
1 Mi;-.
T!i|9t]
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i
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Pis.
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11
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in
IS
10
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' v1. SI
DBA-
Major
Wis hold under
Cull-
I',, snd
targe of
Dt.mii acted
Beit-
ao��i saverfti
the
te
sol    IU
'I
Ill-
Ill.'
nominal
candidates will be the.queens tiujtls
Of lllOSKT.
The  AmbitJ��Ws City.
True to Its title of   ��unbitious City-. '
North  Vancouver is  making a  bid (OT
popular  recognition of.its tirsi  Mai
Day celebration, which is to take place
on Saturday, May l. Extensive preparations have been mads for tbe reception and entertalomani of visitors,
and from ail Indications a thoroughly
enjoyable time is assured all oomera
on that day. There will be a _Jg
slre.t parade at 2 o'clock in ihe after.
noon, the marchers dismissing at the
HorJfiuUucsl bail, comer Twaniy-
seooad and l/msdaie avenues, wiuie
ibe crfwnlng of the May __Ueen will!
take ;dace- A cantata, "Coming ol
Spring," will be one of .the. features <ui
the day.
Kamil*ops .Celebrate* on Friday.
Miss Maud Kelly, daughter ot Mr.
and Mr. K, A Kelly, has leeti ise-
iected us (b'- Kamloqus .Maj Queen
lor 1W0H-
The elaeAAon .'.uok place hi the school
Og HYiday affrnoon, wliejt Mi."* Kelly
si-cured a _sood majority.
Arrangements are well undi?.. way
for tin- celebration, and ,Oie Ur.ineii.
under whose auspices it is being n.-i i.
have   decided   to  biild   ii   on h.-lday
aii.in.>on. April 30, because Baturday
would create now much inooavenlence.
Tbe -May Qm-en-eli*ct has selected
u her mains of houor Mi-s Vlda. fii 11
a,���| TOttle RoblaSOS.    Miss Afinle J^<>
fags taken plat,   on European
_   oMtury.    iJOPng   Oxe    pmW
were ton us of ..Iliellc.'iU a"'1  '
toorlste who. well out of rang
contestants, dick*, ^wyjj d"eath|_r,"li eswueen thi. year
Origin of Way Day
i   in an in-
I  and a l,n"'''
,   .oung
iiimi behind
unl
ia  si ^-rn.   latelljgeni   Jiiilian.  with   the
Lfdvtds oi n Mu.   Day��icelebnstlon, yet
III is a Cad n*eilj_emoa_trated that th,-
Learlj' Reatlxals *mi the _.Ui> ii��y ia tho
I I'nif. .d fttates jsere thsise in Pennsylvania! and Mnw York, Jong before the
indei ieud/..nc,. i)t the wiioii had been
won,  ,��<T.. In  honor of .Taiinuvnd, or,
in he i- mace p_pularlj knom, 'ram-
niury.
Okraat   Indian  Chief.
The   frrtfoi:   Ind^u li'as chief, of  tuu
li__ni*.p._ j_idu.ns when  Killlani  Penn
icaiui' io th.- lie.w world His signa-
(ture. ai curlnas, aBake>]ll(fl circfe-, ap-
iji.ii> <m lh.. .'teaUes signed nt I'Jiat
J time.
His  triue w.is tl_"n aUjpawertol  in
'ihe Mldtlle Aniaiitlc sectioi*. inclidftig
ij..'hilaa;. ti'liiai uud  Mew Yonk. anil Uie
superior  srAsdam and  prolilty of tJhe
b'.uler ls shoui. by the dee}   love .and
i-'sjieci borne Um by i-oth sHIes, whltie
men and   Indians allk��.
InilT.-' TonuatHuy ..u.tve tl��_ j_|g__t to
11|_' white men to fish in tbe watt rs
that cane under ths .t ont roi .of tlie
untie, iu. l as the opening day oi'tle
ttsliiing wason wan Ma.v l thegratetal
..ngli-rs gathered to flo hotw- to th-*
Indian on many May firsts tl��W suo-
oaefled, ih"reby funiisbuig the isppor-
tivnitf tor ihe association of fiw* Indian chief".' good deed." vith tba<cela-
bnattnn of,ibe qualm old English <'.us-
tom in   a  tew   worfd
Xaooma, April 2fc���Cheap nor,.ls led
MJ.ss uCoyle Hriiiubau:..h. daughter of
U". U H. Brumbaugh^ ;uid a student
is thje commercial department of the
\VJait_*orUi college. t.�� tvaeh tie con-
eJiisi-ar that life was not worth living,
lu. .retting a nole to her parents and
ut her chum at the college 't'at she
-ut_n_|fil to kill bersejft. sb. w,iu down
u> thw harbor, naar the Defiance mm.
and widing out .until th, waier wu.-.
uji to lie.- waist...dui :ked beoeaUi itit-
w-ivet-a: Two tisbi'-rn ten, not tir away.
seeing in r dtsnjhpear, rowed toward.
_-r. They grabbed th. gir] as sp(>
babbad  to the surface.
Xln.tbe way to the shore fh.> IimjipO
trom the boat, bu> w��is BshaA.out the
saoontl lii.ie. sJo- declared bi>r trou-
Ul"s bpgani with reading a laiye stack
<>f cb��^ijj novels .own. d by * sindent
Canm Alaslta
rifles or the oontantnnts b��
a   feW   l.M'(    helOW.
Pollowlng the surreni
stant. the firing BtOPC*
or cheers went  up from
Turks as they swung OUI
hastily constructed
forming theAr baoly
were  thrown  in u  cordon
Yildiz   Klor.k        WUhOUl
any    escape    for    the
leaders of the Voting
barrlca li ���
ahattei M    "   '
ahoiti   t
��� 11-i irt-
iti'i '
i , i    th -
,,i
Ml'
ell
Westhftm
"i rocka
bad   Ic
- knowa
May   Ully   BO
when Ji reallj
England bus
long that no on
started-
The genemlly accepted Idea Is thai
ii spring i'r0'" 'he open-air oeremon-
lMls of Un' Uiniils, that curious and
,i�� .-.iiiiie people, who lefi the permanent Impression of residence In the
British Kingdom iu the ruins of Btone.
|���.���,;,.,  belli ved   to have   i,,.,.n  one ol
���hi Ir temples. ���
The  Druids  bud many  pantheistic
Tli..y wars worshipers of na-
ATTTiAI. T   IS  M��n_: TO
ASSA&SINATE A i.  RIEST
.V-waik N. J, April 86.���.....tttempt
io .assassinatV- Ke.v tllacomo JSeuzar-
elli, fitUsti)r of St Bie.COrS Roiumi Cath-
oli.-K*liurc_ bvln'. w:u>* made ou .'he pa-
rocthial gtounilVt ludey. The WMild-be
as*asnin ,fired two **^ild sh*��t_t _it the
jirieKi. The .trieefa assailant, who
sni4 t_|s name was &ilvatojie Mu.stmi-
ecota .-Utren.ere.i. Tte pri.s. w^.rki-d
with the police on a bomb ot_tr��*.e a
year a��o, when ,-Mu.ej meed was ar-
restni
TACOMA  TO   HAVE  iTS
iHRST 12STORV BLOCK
UnteroT Lumb*' Deal.
Revetomke,   April! :'.V���Tbe  lUMber
mln of tike Chaw's N<-s( Piuss Lunrhsf
Company -at W.inlii.r, a. C. and 1-V.-
c-100 acres __f timber land belonging tw [of tbi
j.ibut eotnpsny, and to the firm of iirec-1
Risen bridge __ Lund, have been acquired \m
U ..   ���        I."       _"f I.   :  I     . _���      llAa.l_.-_, Itl       I ^
Ui-v.  Ur. Rocnester, western secre-
iao' of the  Lord's Day Alliance, ad-
dinssed several of the city con_-.e_,_-
, lions  yesterday on the work of thai
, organization.      In   the    morning    he
i-ilJOKu  at   Si.   Andrews,   in   the  afternoon    at a mass    meeting at __��_
.c_ur.li, Sapperton, and in the evening
at Qtueen'a Avenue Methodist church
SpesiKing in Queen's Avenue after tne
tegular evening service, Dr. Roch-b'.ri
showed the progress of the alliances
work.
Ab a result of the activities o: ths
laJlinnce   during   the   past   two  .   -��rs-
l_jan_- men had received Sunday's res;
j who   would  not otherwise  hav*  Bean
able  to enjoy it.      They were BuB *u"
men>us   as   the   whole   population  uI
.Vain touver  today, scattered  here and
then,   throughout    Canada.     Jlav..-^5
���afented u> the progress made in other
parts   of    Canada    ne    regretted tbat
more   had   not   been  done  In   bntish
Columbia toward giving  people  their
liU-rt.'.
Drawing a metaphor from the dyne*
on the   EVaaer river, so he urged the
liord's   Day Alliance find in legislatlo.i
put  a   WinniT  round  Canada against
thv tide' of  business  submerging tH^i
Sabbath       A. holes |n tho dvf, ^    , J
lead to IBs ruin, so the alliance wUt
up und dfc>wn in Canada stopping tne
holes   wrought   by  infractions  of  tn.
law.     Secretary Moore of the -.ilt__ce
wrote 3000,letters a year, bringing^,
aitwitiou  of delinquents  to the law
and 95 per cent, weie rectified wittout'
prosecutions.     Having made refers. ,
t. the act-onsr.fn Winnipeg, he stated
It  was  not  tteeir fault  they bad nor
bi.n able tr> do much for the enfo-c-
ment of the Jaw in i..itlsh Coiumoia
still  they  wen* -olDg on  until tho
convinced    the    province   otherwise
The case had beau laid before the pea
pie who knew the whole facts of tne
situation a.  well as the government
He concluded by asking the congregation to pledge its support to th*. noiicv
alliance. ^    y
Taconia. Apj-il 25.���A twetve-story
building win u- consiiiicii'd at ones
bj Peter Handling, adjoining the ���""*
etory structure owned bj him ou south
Kificenth street and Pacific avenue.
The building wlij have a rrontage or
fpo fee) on Pacific avenue ;.ind reach
i:,... ijo feet io the alle* and wlll be
the flrsl twelve-story buiiiiing in Ta-
Their   rellgl
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