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 i,
FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITS. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
In w��
RE-ENTERS RING
Champion   Finally
His  Intention
n.r
Announces
[fighting Black Johnson
LIFE
A8SURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, II. C.   WIBDNESDA.
MORNING, APRIL
INTEREST CENTHES IN
MTES FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Rovers   Will   Probably   Encounter  the
Crack Ladysmith Eleven In Finals
Each   has   Home   Gam.
FIVE CE>        PER COPY.
ESQUIMAU DEFENCES
WILE BE ENLARGED
EIVE THOUSAND BALES  m^ advancing for
OE COTTON DESTROYED     may day celebration
Many Details Settled by Commitlee-
Maval Pohcy of  Dominion, Spark From Passing Loco-    Boy.'Brigade win Parade Nearly
Also    Includes   Improve-
Jef-
liaa
, ���    JaniOB J
1 '��� '!'   '''"'"   bl  .
I beavyweigbt
the   world and
fi ;i i   agalnsi all
IdaJi
Impioii
I ...      or a year.   Je_-
I."
H
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A ��� ��� ���'
be
|V
Vit:
���Til
I
fed.
b
��� bl in take place
ii i ba. under
from  ;i   light
a lilp contes
\l;isl.a-_ ukon-
Si attle.
at, ��� ay_ he is !
Bt bi      :: bi  able to gei
condition.     _or
. . champion hae
... iy giving Bpar
,   ; al tbe Bame time
,V , i :;i if   his lour
the  ring  bad
���    .-. ability.
Jeff is Fat  Now.
i the ring to n-
time  li.   lias
i
captured the
i ;��� ��� Tommy Burn.,
f. to tbe "squared
oughl of eltb 'i
i.        | champion or the pugu-
IM   :;f-
L In  public that .i-i-
l_l     .       ..... in? tlie Burns-
"..   so Insist) m
I':     *vho had (Jaclared he was
pfc with the
flrlfl. J-st " h" could get!
|lomi-r fiehtiri<_ condition he would
I ati   Is re-
heavy,
.'. hli ti
, n,e b"":-'     '     between Westmn
T\ a:,U '"������ : od     .,,    ehalf ot
S;iu1' '"J"'"1 In v     Westham Island
T"; tt,il    ��� ed on Saturday at
.Moody squ
quested   ;,, .     .
in- Sham i
is  practii il
;i    "," '!'���" wb     irerai   Imo.
|",S,,<"1;U'," ther,    wH.
be do furth. ...      . ,;.
oxeoutivewill ,,
'   ?c,ock    " hnanci ,  and
make arrangemen -     , ;lll. .,,,,���,
,   ;V''n !"" '   n,'  ' ���  "���  In foot,
ball cirri's totl      .. cham
plonsnip  ni   B Itl ��� |    ,,,,,,,,,
mus! be di Id text i lontli |t la
not known f0l i I , which I land
team will be tin rei I ��� Ladysmith
is favored, and If such ,.,. Case
Westnrinst'i i   n III   bav(       tough  time
! against   a  team   which    i, is   , ei n  i
ivtitly .  recruiti :       with      \\ innipeg
cracks,  and    Ini I idi      many  ran.   .
footballers.
Two games n ist bi layed, one in
each town, to _��tr_} the championship
medals, and ii is Wlcipated Ladysmith will wan; tli. holid_V (late, May
24. Fortunately tho governing
pf soccer in this province, ihe'rf. ��.
F. A., has this ;.. ar Westminster
president and tai.  in T. .1   Ma-
honey aud E. R. McMillan respectively, and so they
ments at Halifax.
Graham
IMC
Mr.  Butler
motive Starts ti $250,000
Blaze in Arkansas.
Three   Hundred   Strong.
Montreal, Apri) 20���At  the re'orm
banquei   lasi   night    Hon. G.  P.
innounce i u commission io |.
manage v  . Intercolonial to consist ot  be wortn 1250,000, were burned early
Little   Roc.,  Ark..    April   20.���Five
thousand bales of cotton, estimated to
deputy mini ter;  Mr. Pot-
tinger,  inaw r, and Mr   Tillin
ii- man iger ol  the Int.
Mr.   Brady,   fi rmer
tial-
ercolonlal, and'St. Louis Compress Company, valued
il-erlntendent ot  With Its contents at Ji.000,000.
the Lake Superior divl Ion of the u;     The fire was discovered Bhortly af
Hon   \tr   rr_.o _  ,,       , iter X O'clock  and fanned    by  a stiff
<"���-;��� ��� Grab ���,, and Mon. L, Bro- wind, gained quick headway and was
imated that the   sovernme.. soon beyond    control.     Afte,  li   had
that the government
would noi contribute Dr.-adnoughts or
a lump sum foi the British navy nut
win build
the ('
���ii- di f<
The preparations for the celebratl n
of May Daj are progressing satisfactorily and a banner festival is assured.
At a m."-tint; of the general committee last evening It was <- -ported that
$710 was in sight, from the $244 balance brought forward, $150 from the
'city council, and the remainder collections, etc. About $500 Is anticipated
In receipts from the ball.
���I. .1. Cambri It >, master of the cere-
inoni,.-, stated thai  in company with
burned tor almost two hour ,   S; A* Fl,"".^r he had interviewed the
shift In the wind diverted tu,   ,' ,,    l"> councl- '"" ��ec��r*�� ��">lr "sent
today in a lire which Tor several hou.s
threatened to destroy the plant of the
build v<   ��� Is fo,- the derence of from the main portion of the building   l�� a���S .
anadian coalts and wil] enlarge in which were stored 15,000 bales o       A" ' .' commltteea    !
- h nces ai Halifax and Esquimau,  staple and the fire was finally check   <   r"ss:      rile arrangementi
loss
so fiK-y v.,;; l t a t+ii show
fixing gam-?,  .014 MPf to flxlng the dates.    Nothing del-
lnto Unite Will be- lion*   till the meeting of
'tht- P. c K. A. executive on the Island
in  ihe  first   week Ol May.
shortly afti r I! o'clock.     The
Make  Nominal  Charge. : fully covered by in-uranee.
Ottawa, April 20.���The railway com- j While the origin of the fire has not
mission has decided that in tu ur, .been definitely ascertained, the Buper-
railways must not charge more than [intendent, W. T. Black, thinks thai a
$3 for changing _he destination ol a spark from a passing locomotive was
ear In transit, ;responsible.
HERB DOCTOR LOSES PATIENT J GEORGETOWN ROADHOUSES
ANO IS NOW IN TROUBLt     ARE ORBEHtD TO CLOSE
Bd_.ad Despaired of Fight.
y ., -   Jeffries  baa   re
ft , - 'oramlttal, so that some of
Tad-*:- -=,;'��� -; Ired of ever seeing
[bi-:' * put on the gloves again.
Mcintosh, of    Australia,  left
(York for Knpland last week and
��� ������  w  his offer lot-  a
pi:,M'-'' :"''��� Australia,
;]ohn-or,   is now    touring rn^ J
t ; -   -   C-rrtlffl   lAlbltlons, j
��l r. New   York   city tu�� '
��l'.   :.'. tipped the beam .1 210
il bed to fight St in  ���
f-ffffmi, ('al . Ocoii, f . _  \
tOa ���   ; on Page Three |
TREAT ASSURED
CHOIR CONCERT
*liiolin's    Memory     Honored   In
(wm Tomorrow by Westminster Choir.
OEFICERS ELECTED
i
aelf-styled   Spanish  Special st  Parmit,
Patient   to   Die   in   His   Private
Sanatorium.
Midnight     Roysterers  of  Seattle   Will
Have to Select Other Haunts for
Revels in  Future.
eported  prog-
for the ball,
music,  purchasing    of    supplies,  and
1   erection of a .Maypole were discussed.
I Chief  Watson,  it  was stated, had secured all    automobiles    available an.l
|Mr. French, of Vancouver, offered the
lending of one to assist In the celebration.     All  ponies hav.- also been engaged tor tli" children.
The arrangements for the Hoys'
Brigades were leu to the master of
ceremonies and Otway ,1, J. Wllkie,
and for their billeting to Messrs.
Wllkie and V. II. C. Abbott. The pro-
cession will be exceptionally well organized, tlie children again assembling
on the library square. It is expected
the Boys' Brigade will muster at least jd
three hundred strong.
Premier McBride    and    His  Honor
Judge  Howay   will    be invited  to at-
jtend.      The   meeting    adjourned   till
| next Tuesday at No, l fire hall.
i
MOSLEMS //. ON
P iPAGE AGAIN
Fanatics Rise Against Christians Near Alexandretta-
Five Thousand Slain.
Beirut, April 20.���Moslem fanatJi i
lias broken out in the immediate vicinity of Alexand.etta and great ex-
cltement prevails |n that district.
Houses In flames ear be s< en from the
.t'reets of Alexand.-tta.
No fewer than 5000 persons lost
their lives in the ma sacres that
have bo.n feoing on in the vilayet of
Adana during the last few days as a
resuli of the outbreak of Moslem lan-
aticlsm.
Of this total 2000 were killed in the
city of Adana, more than 200 of t_e
victims lu .ng Moslems.
Situation Extremely Perilous.
Adana at present is quipt, but there
have been renewed attacks on Christians at Marash. in the vilayet of Aleppo, about eighty miles northeast of
Alexandretta. The consular advices
describe the situation as extremely
precarious, although the presence or
the British cruiser Diana at Alexandretta is expected to have a tranquil-
Izlng effect.
Disturbances     are     reported     1'ioui
Harijim, in the northern extremity ot
Adana vilayet, where    a large Armenian   community   is   counted  upon   to
fend  Itself  vigorously.
���RUSSIANS TO SETTLE
Belllngham,      April      2').���Coroner
AT   _llllllll    lirrTllir [<Wear :m'1  Prosecuting Atforney Live- I
Al   ANN   A     Mrrllr.ll sey   t;'"''1 loda->' that they would cau.se !
,   nniiL/iL iiLLiiiiu       be made _  complete inveaugadoh
Seattle,   April    20.���After   a lively }
fight  !asr    night  ln  the    Georgetown
council meeting, the council passed an
ordlnanc
ANTIQUARIAN INTEREST
SLIGHT IN WESTMINSTER
Mctgage   on   St.     E.rnabas"     Church
Property   Has   Been   Reduced   in
Past  Twelve   Months.
erington's  Lecture on  Archaeological   Treasures
The annual mei ing ol the synod of
St. Barnabas chin h -.a- held yesterdaj evening,   wb< n a   number of re
ports   w��ro   read   and   adopted.       The
financial  condition   of  the church  is
about the same as t\.'.;\.. months ago, '
although the mortgage on the property I was asked for liis license, showing
has been consiile...������;-. hs-. nvi since ,'hat be bad lhe right to sign .hc cer-
.),,, 1;l_, meeting tificate.     He said it was in the office
Following wen thi officers elected: ol an attorney here. Investigation by
Rector's warden. I.. 1). Stinchcombe; I the undertaker failed to disclose any
people'-   warden,  \V    N'elson;   commit
of the .bath    yesterday    morning ot!"11'""1""- ruisinK the saloon ucenses
William A. Graham, 31 years old, wh. lflom *'-���' to $600 a year and abolish-
passed away at the private sanatorium ��W :i11 lhl' road houses upon the ex-1
of "Prof." .1.  Benito, a  Spanish  herb  piratmn *of the present license-. �����__._ .  D   t . .    u ��.
doctor,   who  was  some   time  ago  ar- P   The ordinance means that the road   Small  Attendance at  Professor  Heth
rested on a charge of practicing meui-  houses on Esteiia street and those on
'cine without a license. Roanoka avenue will shortly hav,- to
Benito Btated, when asked concern- jcKM* their doors, and that the element
ing the matter, tbat five phv.-lcians thai ������*Ct*ks them in the early morning
were in attendance at the time ot jhours will not be attracted to the
di   th       His assistant said none was  town.
there       Benito    said  then-    that  Dr. j    The  passage of    the    ordinance  Is |
Smith was present, but all of the doc- Parc of the program of the admlnlstra
tors by that name in this citv say they tion party to eliminate the disorderly
know  nothing of tbe case. , saloons and the road houses from the
When the undertaker was called to  city prior to the opening of the Alas
prepare the bodv for    burial  Benito jka-Yukon-Pacific exposition.
QUESTION  AT  HARBIN
m of ih
I;. -.
Wea.:
'    ' ��� ipal musical  iventa
Ho_ .. ,, ,i,,. concert <>i
"iiin��i. ;��� choir at Si. Andrew'-.
tn lomorro-* \.ning. Kilty
I comprise lhe rhorus, which has
,:""n;,;- d weeks under
���Mellon ol A, iv White. The
Wi'-srsal will be held tonight,
Pnncipal. are i lenient Ooss, re-
^I'vi.i- country, and Miss
*. ��prai.���;    , _oa     Voice is  so
I5" aPpr��-ci;v-.. il '   ���,
>��e Motonnial   ear of Ifendels-
a much attrntion :s btlng glvoa l0
fflw. ami among the selections
"" Rtrat compo er io be ren-
N Oo. th,
i__S 7**  :,-,h" i,n(i M,RR
tee, c. H. Corboul I, S. A., Fletcher, J.
H Bharpe, Quy S mpson, E, Btrlde, A
'fT Gordon; la. delegates to synod, J.
S. t'!uie.-S. A. Fl. ���a.-h-.r, V. II. (_. Ah-
botl.    illterlUltes,     W.     X.'lsOn,   A    II
GordHh.
Voti^s of thanks lo lhe ������tii'iin. Officers, the members ol the women's auxiliary, the organist and the Sunday
school    teachers   wer,.   unanimously
p_-sed at the meeting.
Uraid," and "Be-
l.i'i-il Passed By," chor-
I*'. Goss s,,iu
[Wi  Maud.' ,.
_u!""?'"
f*i" (Schuberi
���"J moss, ;, .,
MM 0berw<
. aooibr bi ���
���.Ws unit.. ,
lW(*Hrat,
��������' hem  >.
solo In "llr
-��� i
two trom Te^|.
Keunst du  f|��*
���"id    '"^./ho is
Alll/ing   the
;"1        KeJ^Ucm,
f�� v^ry tune-
TWeiiB."      The
'i '<W male thorns
������* urn of iftie d?ii-
ii 'it iiiser."   .     -Mr.
���  violin *��lb dur-
Ma.y  Charters   Granted.
Ottawa. April 20.- Hon. ��^[r, Oial'ani
yimteiday tabled S '''A-Urn showing
that for two d.ea'^s |r���m 1SSS to
Ul.., exclusive 0��\ l*. p, IL, O. T.1-, C.
N. R. and G. ?����. _��,, rharti-s have been
granted ior the buttdltt. ol 63,809 railway,, ln Canada X. 293 companies
.ncorporute. +ttt\%4�� bave constructed
portion  of   the   lin.s  aii'lio:iz.'.l.
so cliarti-rs 'haw lapsed, ^** char
nslon of tim0- *J
the body and signed the certificate.
T..rtito Is Well known In tiii- city,
having for it time carried on a "practice'' with headquarters at a local ho
t*el, unul stopped by the police, a
...'lrfcv being laid against him of practicing without a license, His last appearance here was about twelve
months ago.
A   small   audience,   quite   unworthy
jof the excellent    lecture,    listened to
Rev.  Prof.  Heth. rington at  the  West
'End Methodist    church last   evening
when he gave an admirable address on
the AncKnt    Civilisations of the Euphrates Valley.     The lecturer pointed
out the light which archaeological research had  thrown    upon Old Testa
jment scriptures, following' the discov-
Westmiiist.r    breed -rs jery of the   "Rosetta   Stone" in 17HS.
representation.      T. J. j This wns a slab of   basalt 3 1-2 feet
saddle horse  long. 2 1-2 feet wide, and nearly a foot
t'hick.      One side or this
WESTMINSTER   BREEDERS
AT VANCOUVER SHOW
St. Petersburg, April 20.���A committee headed by Vice-President Wenu
zel of the East Chin-se Railroad left
here tonight) for Harbin and will en-
deavo. to arrange directly with the
Chinese authorities a settlement of the
dispute over the administration of
Harbin. Russian officials believe the
mission will be accomplished to the
satisfaction of China as well as the
l'nited Stales and other"Jfiwers
As soon as the Harbin difficulty is
out of the way it Is probable that
Russia will negotiate iov an agreement
with the Initid Stan* on Ul B_CU��U
(|ii.'stions.
CANADIAN DRUMMERS
TO VISIT EXPOSITION
D. Buchanan is competing in thoroughbreds, stallion and saddle clflss*^*.
Chief Watson has Robbie Patchen
in the show ring again, and will otherwise be represented.
any
.ml
ter* were  given  ex'-
I.MtY PAY 1
SYS-' _M FCm dV��H_ITIA
Oil-
two extensions,  ami     ly  '���������"*''��� f'xton-
sions or rtrtlte.
Since ;i��00, 117 charter! have bee*
giant.il, of which 2�� have lapsed,
CRUSTACEANS KEEP
HEBtKAHS PRlSONEiS
^a. April
refa it i,
-"     IU   current TnlM-
V'inwii as riganl.
cancel ithi. 4oti-
efllelrncy  tiay   l.
t   "'���<��� ���Itr-irtl-"1' '   and   '"   SUbHllOite
IStmrh"1   '""'"��">��� Pay ,";*lh
I faotiii   TM "'��� '"iHtary.pi.ic.
'!-at a youn, "'" ^ ;'''"lat:On means
. '-mitl ' tth,) ���i,,i,,�� tit. mm-
|^'��thV_7J;sm,rt8hoot��_g'JL-'����e
^ "��,'���,: ' ' will receWe a,
r,8'rM.|^ '"'v as >"" '"an who
�� 'n-HH'  yean.
��il^r> !in'1 inl
rtt��i
,   I Thi.
|tlaUV��Un-K "
years,
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*s
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If
It*
[<J
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l4
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w
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I
w
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nth
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in
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���
I list     01
.   Hi, hns
'" '""I,    l/eoson
" Vnncouver
$12,000,    The
"' ���""'ly     heen
'���   for  blinding
lmp0^nt7ran8rtr.
''n   ItDtii,,.
H- Th. V ' ,'"n complet-
��0��ed I,, !" ""ea of unim-
a��'l Ten.       "'^""   Klghtll
Excursion    Boat    Grounds    Close
8horei,   But  Bottom  of  Bay is
Alive With Crabs.
to
Taconia,
prisoned  by
mill' u
Ite
April    ....-Virtually
crabs   wa-  tl"'  '-ll"
number ot Seattle and Tii(,,"":; ,.,���
bekalm   who   las,   wee. ���������     '
Rebekuh convention a:
the party was refumlng
er Vashon, the v.-se| ran
d over at ���'
Shelion. While
on the steam-
asborg ��"
'���'    ���  '111,.;:.
'
a sandy beach and  listed
angle   of  tt  degrees.       in      ��rr^
m   ",;"1" B" imXi,;'w ��rS distant,
which   was only  a  te*  >' |()
With   "   "trip Of   wat.','   J        ���      .
wade.     Bui  the bottom o   the     .
was almost alive with crabs, and ttj
women  preferred  waiting  for '"
to right and float the steamerjtl
license. ��� ;   At the Vancouver H6rs Shaw, which
The cily  health    Officer    was then   opens   today,
called, and after a consultation  with   vol)  have fait
the   state   health  office,   be   examined j Trapp'is showing i;
iand combination  classes,    and a  bay|i2ilck,      One side or this    stone '..a.
jumper also.      Miss  Filmore exhibits I covered with inscriptions in unknown
li. the saddle and combination classes. Icharacters.     At  the upper part Were
while .1. Cameron, of Sapperton. shows (fourteen lines in hieroglyphics, These
Ifi ponies and saddle -actions.     Dr. A. (were followed    by  32 lines    hi other
Characters, while at the base were 54
lines which were found to be Greek.
B\)r years this stone became the enigma of scholar-. U' was deposited in
I the British museum three years atter
Its discovery, and in 1818 Dr. Thomas
; Young, u Latin scholar, made a happy
guess us to what certain initial words
in the unknown languages stood for.
1 In 1822 M. Cham, olllon. a French
scholar, made a further attempt au deciphering it. and ultimately it became
a key, which unlocked the mystery of
many inscriptions. The lecturer
.poke of the explorations of J. B.
Rich, A. 11. Layard, both ltntish consuls, and Sir Henry Rawllnson's splendid work. The iBWeOptlcOn views
which the l.'etu. t accompanied with
an Interesting running commentary,
show.-d a huge number of lhe objects
which explorers had tmearihed, and
bi-ought the audi, nee face to face with
the ancient civilizations. A collection
was made In aid of the Woman's Missionary Auxiliary.
Four     Hundred     Have     Charterec
Steamer  on   Wbich   They   Will
Live While in Seattle.
ACID-THROWING PLAYS       WILL BUILD CANAL TO
PART IN TEAMSTERS' STRIKE'    RECLAIM 250,000 ACRES
I New York, April 20.���The police ar,.
(investigating  what appears    io  be a
case of acid throwing in connection
['With the teamsters' strike against ��>������
'era) down town firms.     Two men wno
...id they were strikebreakers, applied
in. treatment at a dispensary yesterday afternoon, both of whom were
tiadly burind about the face and neck
with sulphuric acid. The attack is
supposed to have lie.-n made on the
waterfront near Canal street, although
iln. police have no record of such an
encounter. The condition of on? of
ithe men is serious.
Grand Junction, Colo., April ���_���..���
Through the filing yesterday of a plan
for an extension to t_ie sov<*rnmen.
high Hue canal to be _uilt by prlville
capital, the flrst pub I ire intimation was
given of a project second only In importance to the government project
Itself. The canal will cosl $2,000,000
and will reclaim SM.OOO acres of teind.
Beginning al the lower end of tbe
government canal lhe extension will
run 100 mile- into Utah, to a jioint In
a canyon where a -reservoir live miles
loug will be built.
peace   Congness   In   Chicago.
Chicago, April 20.���Limitations of
armaments by the great world power-
Is to be one of the chief questions to
be discussed at the coming national
peace congress, set here for May 3, 4
and 5.     The report of the committee
WITHDRAWS MILEAGE  BILL
TO AVOID SLAUGHTER
Ottawa, April 211.���Dr. Rett's hill
providing for the -ale of mileage books
ai  two cents  a mile wa��  wiiiidiawn
on resolutions, of which Judge E. O. ifrom the railway committee this morn-
llrown of Chicago Is chairman, is llk^- ing by ihe member for Branvllle, i>e-
|y to deal In detull with thl? topic, it Cause he understood that the (govern-
is expected that the congress will 'ment was going lo ow**. It, and he
bring to Chicago .etween "10,000 and [would rather WTOidraw It ilma have It
-10.000 visitors.  slaughtered.	
few
!!*��������� ������:
than   take   the  chaii." s. ^^
men
also
gallantly
acoompanyln
i,v the ��WP
to s
land
<7 Want That America Cup,"
Declares Sir Thomas Lipton
Chicago, April 20.���The Tribune to- the English rule*, bul there is no sens,,
day prints the following special cable,"' r"P fries made a half century ago.
,  ''   '   .���_,,���.. h .pec,ii ���)(t    |t    be   uni,,.,.s(IH,d |   have no
from .Nap'i-s. Icomplnlnt to make ol  past treatment.
Sir Thomas Upton, who is here with Thi best boat has always won. The
Ids yacht Erin, nsks thnt formal an- reason for my persistence Is thai 1
noinicenient be made that he will try  want the cup.
again for the America's cup and Will "The races will be held a V'"* Tom
forward his challenge |n Augu-t nexl next fall. My mini is mud., up for
for a series of races, under universal a further trial, but I shall nol forward
nibs with a nlnety-root boat. ���'  formal challenge until August.      if
���The challenge wlll, of course, be ]Americans want n rare on fair terms
|nl'end��d to cover a series of races un. ihey may have It. My designers nre
der American rules,     j go not nMc for  working on plans for my new bonis."
MONEY fllCBEO FROM POOR
NOT WANTED BT CANADIANS
Fighting  Joe  Tells Electors of   Strat-
ford-On-Avaun  Farmers Hers Want
No preference nn Corn.
London, April 20.���Joseph Martin,
*j*iaklng at* Stratford yesterday, said
the Canadian farmer, would not accept preference on oori) oppresive
to the poor in the mother-country.
Such money would burn In ttn*1r
pocketa,
ll*- favored -eclprocltji between the
United States and Canada because it
meant free trade between them. Both
parties In Canada favored reciprocity.
Respecting preference speaking for
Canada, he unhesitatingly said that so
far as the Dominion was concerned r
Was a silly, ridiculous iib'a and could
not be worked.
Polling in .SnaU'ord-on-Avon has
,heen fixed for May 1.
Seattle. April 20.���The Canadian Pacific office was crowded with visiting
agents yesterday connected with the
Canadian Pacific Railway. C. B. .->s-
ter, assistant gen. ri^l passenger agent
for the Canadian Pacilie, came down
from Vancouver to show a number ot
railroad agents over the exposition
grounds. He was accompanied by O.
B. Coombe, traveling passenger agent,
Vancouver; J. C. Irons, representative
of the Union Steamship Cor..pan., of
New Zealand, and general agenl f the
Canadian-Australian line of st. aers
in ttiu Canadian Pacific railway se.
vice, and C. E. Benjamin, general
agent in Chicago for the Atlantic
steamship llms of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Mr. Irons was here particularly to
close arrangements for the arrival of
the steamship Manuka, of S_00 tons
burden, which will reach Seattle-On
June 11 with 400 members of the United Commercial Travelers of British
Columbia, who have chartered the
steamship for two days. She will arrive here early on the morning of June
11 and sail on the evening of June 12.
While here the steam-hip wil] be the
home of the traveling men,
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FARMERS STILL HOLD
LARGE WHEAT SUPPLY.
Ottawa, April 20.���The trade and
commerce department has funusd_ed
Lord Strathcona, high commissioner
in London, with figures of Canada's
crop production last yur as follows:
Total yield, 474,575,855 bushels;
wheat, 184,795,137 bushels; wheat production, west of Great Lakes, 106,-1:.,-
454, of which more than 50 per cent.
wa< grown In Saskatchewan. The
estimated amount of wheat still In the
hands  of  tanners,   14,.72,154   busDels.
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McBREARTY'S AND  LALLY'S,
ALL  FINE  STICKS.
AT
MOREY'S
665 Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NEWSPAPER MEN
SHOULD BE SHOT
Naturalist Burroughs Would
'Have Roosevelt Pump Lead
Into Worrying Scribes.
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PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office,  Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
Los  Angeles,  April   20���JoHn   -Ur-  T
roughs, the noted naturalist and friend   .'.
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of lornier President nooseveit, who Is  ���}-
j .sojourning in Southern California, has
no patience with those who rail ai
JRosevelt for shooting the animals of
j Africa, and al.-o is very peevish with
the ubiquitous newspaper correspond
ient. who are trailing the former President into the dark continent. The cor-|
respondents, Burroughs avers, should
Le shot, and Roosevelt, he say-, has
j a perfect right to do .t.
In  a   lengthy interview  here  today
Burroughs is quoted in part as follows:
"Mr, Roosevelt enters into his great
African hunt  purely  in  the  spirit   ot
the naturalist. He does not go a.~ a
j butcher, with the desire to kill every
wild beast that crosses his path, tie
i has passed his day .,s the devouring
hunter.
"1 have no patience with this school
of sentimental naturalists that has
j grown iiji within the past few years.
They wil] try to tell us that the wild
j animal
, with human attrlbul is
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BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OIR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
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1901
WE  ARE  READY  TO  SHOW
you bow it Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase the poor-
,.,��� kiti(I. We can point to
buildings bul't with our materials that never need repairs.
We ean point to -in. others
that need repairs all the time,
Bul they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
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New Westminster. Phone 388
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application lias
been made to register George Adams
as tlie owner in Pee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Mayor and
Treasurer of the City of -New Westminster, to George Adams, bearing
date the 26th day of September, A.D.
"902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
.��� , the birds are endowed j situate, lying and being in the City of
They call him j New Westminster, in'the Province of
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LAND   REGISTR
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Ryall's Drug Store \
PHONE 57.
Edison Theatre
or 'our   British.    Columbia, more    particularly
It's all   known and described as Subdivisions
'our little brothers of the air
j little  brothers  of the  forest.'
downright nonsense. i ^>  and  ll> of  Lot 8,
"it  is shameful the way the news-1H-
paper correspondents are dogging Mr. !     You an-l tli0se Claiming through oi
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MOTION, VEAL, PORK
Fresh   Pork    Sausages  daily.
Best  of  Farmer's   Pork.
Suburban  Bl  ck
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated | Roosevelt.    Why.   I   have heard that   under  you  and  all   persons  claiming
e  putting '��� ;in>' interest in the said land by virtue
Songs.
THE   LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee for
ladies and children, Saturdays at 2:30
p.m.
Commencing Monday, March 29,,
our performance will start at 7:35
Sharp. Kaeh -performance runs one
hour and 30 minute?. Nothing but the
latest moving picture and illustrated
songs will be on exhibition at the Edi
son theatre. Music furnished by the
Edison orchestra. Don't fail to hear
and  see   them.
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c
F. L. KERR, Manager.
some of the newspapers
telegraph lines Into the African jun-|��f any unregistered instrument, and
gles and preparing to spy upon the I aH persons claiming any interest in
former President's every moy ��� and | the said land by descent, whose title!
rush it into print. Why can't they j is not registered unaer the provisions | PhOI16 192
let him alone, now that he is a private j ��f the Land Registry Act, are required
citizen? I should say that he would to contest the claim of Uie tax pur-
have a perfect right to shoot tho fel- chaser within forty-five days from the
lows who will endeavor to destroy the j date of the first publication of this no-
PACinc
Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON
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liar that certain
and pr-emlsi .   . (.
In the Dli    , .
In the pn J
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scribed as Loi  ;:
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!���:   south* 'Bl    quarter ...
quarter of .
tlon  28,  Township  17;   ,       J
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of Bouth half of s. ,
��� Section 29, Town   Ip i;,
Vim and the j
, under  you and  all pei
any Inti rest in
of .ur.   unn ���- ,]
all  persons claiming anj li ten
��� the said land by d
not registered un Ier the i
Columbia St.        "Land Regl   ..
a  '" conti  l the claim uf thi ltd
privacy   and   recreation   which   ,i
fully belong to him."
rstai Theatre
An
Entire
Change
of
Program
Today
PROHIBITION   MEETS
DEFEAT  IN   NOVA   SCOTIA
I
Hallax, April 20.���A prohibition
resolution introduced ten days ago In
the legislature, and which has been
the subject of almost continuous debate since, was put to vote yesterday
afternoon and lost by 23 to 8. The
resolution not only asked for a prohibitory law. but that machinery tor
enforcement be enacted, and that the
fed.ial government be moralized to
amend its legislation to prevent importation of liquor into this province.
Matinees 2 to 5. Evening 7 p.m.
Admission 10c. Children 5c.
MANAGER. J,   M. CO .MP'   ....
.m.lVS
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send vou
free a cake of their famous Plan'tol
toilel   soap, if  you mention  this  paper.
tice upon you, and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being
filed within such period, or in default
of redemption before registration,
you and each of you will be forever
estopped and debarred from setting
tip any claim to or in respect of the
said land, and I shall register George
Adams as owner thereof in fee.
And  I  hereby certify that publication of this notice for thirty days  in
a daily  newspaper published in  Xew j
Westminster  will   !,e  good  and   sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Oflice,
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia, this 16th day of Marcli.
A. P., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Thomas William McColm,
Charles W. Wise. Caroline A. Jack.
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FOR    PLUMBING,   HEATING,   TINNING    AND    GENERAL     HARD-   t  *��*"   <"'   '""   fir"   ;"l,l'"a'-'*
���  notice upon you. ana In t)
WARE, GO TO f  oaveal  or  certlfic ta    of li   pri.
being filed within such perioi
default of redemption befon re
tion, you and each of ycfl will I
ever estopped and debai ���       u
ting up an.i .   . or In respfl
the said land, and 1 V... I : .  td
corporation of 11    Townsl Ip ur_
trie! of Mission v
fee.
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of this notir.     foi   thirty       i j
dally ie w papi        ibli I
Westminst. ���     I
i i. in  s"iv Ici   theri of,
Dated ai thi   Und Ri  I
New We- mln iti      rovinci   I BJ
Columbia, I
1909
C. S. KK
District Registd
To  Henry  Mi 11 try,  Ma la Sli
I..   H.   Mershon     rohn  M    maf
D.'.'isy and William Meal.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
X Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
X ������������ Sole Agents ���������
THEMffiffiRANG!
A. JAMES.
J. McCLUGHAN.
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CONCERT
Westminster Choir
50  VOICES
Orchestra   of   14   Instruments.
"Hear   My   Prayer".
Selection���"Elijah"
Selection���"Tannhnus..!'"
SOLOISTS
. Mendelssohn
..Mendelssohn
1 .. .. Wagner
Miss  Munn,  Soprano.
Mr.  ('lenient  (ins,  Baritone.
Mr. J.  S.  Cameron. Violin
St.   Andrews   Presbyterian   Church]
Thursday evening, April 22, 8 o'clock.
ADMISSION   50c.
CHILDREN   25c.
MONEY SAVED IS
MONE Y EARNED
A savings account in this bank Is
n safe Investment, It pays you compound Interest and is ready cash any
time you want it. Church societies,
fraternal organisations, clubs, trade
unions in: i usiness associations will
find it convi nloni to bave surplu
funds in a savings account, subject
to th.- control ol two or more officer
It's a   good  Idea-  try It
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER $50,000,000
New  Westminster,   B.  C.   Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
The first sale of Pr nce Rupert lots will b* held at
Vancouver, British Columbia, May 25th to 29th, 1909.
Prince Rupert is the western terminus of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway. The sale will be held in the
interests of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company
and the Government of British' Columbia; half of the
lots offered being owned by each party. From 2,000 to
2,400 lots will be offered
The sale will be held by auction and the terms of
payment will be one-quarter cash and the balance in
one, two and three years, with interest at six per cent.
Agreements will be executed immediately on payment of
the first instalment, and purchasers may enter into possession at once.
Titles are absolutely indefeasible, which means that
the  government  of  British Columbia    guarantees  all  ti
ties..
For maps  and further particulars, write,
C. D.  RAND,
Agent f0r  Government and   Railway
Vancouver, B. C.
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THE ONLY BANK WITH HEAD   OFFICE   IN  THE   WEST.
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With a western head office, western directorate, western capital,
4      and  branches at all  western  points of    importance, this    bank    is
X     Identified with western  Inter* _._ more fully than any other bank in     ',,
4     Canada
SAVING
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Manager, A. F. D. LACE, New Wostminster.
Synopsis ot  Canadian   Homestead
Regulations.
A_y available Dominions lanJs wi'.h
lu tbe railway belt ln British Colum
bla, may be homesteaded by any person
who ls the sole bead of a family, oi
any male over IS y_u.3 o: age. to the
extent of one-quarter section ot 100
.acres, more or less,
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud office for the dls'rict in
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by tbe father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of tbe following
plans-.
(1J At least six montua' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If the
father ls deceased), of tbe homesteader resides upon a farm ln the
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may b+
satisfied by such person residing wltn
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has bis permanent residence upon farming land owned by him In the vicinity of his home.
stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leuseii to one Individual or company.
A Toyalty at tbe rate of flv_ cents p��t
ton shall be collects, on tbe merchantable coal mined.
W. W. COUY,
Deputy of the Mlnlfta. of >he Interior
Bwan and Alberta, excepting 8 a_d ''..
not reservod. may be iicmesteuded b>
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over i. years Of
age, to tbe extent ot one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or b-.ss.
Application Tor entry iHU3t ne
made in persou by the applicant at
�� Dominion Lauds Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
laud is situate. Entry by priwy may,
however, be made at un agency on
���tertain conditions by the father, moth-
��., son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejtlired to per
form the homestead duties under one
of the following plans-
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of tbe land ln
each year for three years.
(2) a nomeBteader may, If hn so
desires, perform tbe required residence duties by living on farming
laud owned solely bv bim. not less
than eighty (80) acres in eitent, In
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership In land will not meet this
requirement.
<,.,) if tbe father (or motuer, If the
faiher is deceased) of a homesteader
an. permanent residence on farming
iand owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, In
Ui< vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence dutiaa by
living with tb. father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs Is defined as
meaning not more t__n nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed In the
measurement. /
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties ln ac
cordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
Blx^nontbs' notice In writing mint
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of _**���� Interior.-
New Spring Go(
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Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westmin|
Opposite Windsor Hotel
��� ynopsis    of    C.na_i,iu     North-West
Homestea,,  Regulations.
Atiy even num erea section of Do-
iminlou lands iD Manitoba, Saskatch-
The Model Bakery
11, C.  Mark A.  Son-, corner .'oiirtli |
avenue and Beoond street, manufacture
ers   of   celebrated   homc-infld,.   bread.
always sweet; also choice cakes and
cookies. Our Barley Bread >�� reglsj
tared ai al New Westminster, 'Phon*]
4.'!a or call one of our obliging drivers.
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desciip
With ha:/ the labor, and at
��'a!i the cost of other soap,
Sunlight docs the whole
Yashin;, in half the time,
yet   without   injuring   the
most d.llcate fabric,
se it the Sunlight way.
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tgines
We  Sell  the Celebrated
PALMER  BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
Man on
the Whei
TENDERS WANTED.
ived by the un-
3rd May,
i     vitrified and
... ���  pipes of the j
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12    inches, and 13 ���
of   the afore-,
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.. nders tor pipes
IHn-eii  . oot, bends and j
at per number.      Pipes to j
|j_|t .. | a ' ''   required  to
[ji...-   5treei     ewerage  system,
soi whii     ��� in be   seen at the
K:-.. A    sample
illy narked to  be delivered   with
tender.    Tenders are   also re-
Edior crushed reck to be dell.
Tenders are also required lor
blind   ment   to be delivered as
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Trifling   Expense $10,000,000  is,   However, Involved in Prof. Pickering's
Reflector Scheme.
Boi ton, I] 20 if mankind cares
enough about li ; , pu| ou. about $10,-
000,000 there li ao very good reason
why  the hu_ ice Bhould  not be
aide to talk with Mars���arid that so
soon as ni .voiding to Prof.
! William Henry Pickering, Harvard
University's c< li   rated astronomer.
Communication wit I the Martians
wil] be mad., pos Ible Prof. Pickering
declares, by adopting ids method of
Hashing messages when Mar.-; approaches thi ��� artb to within 35,000,000
miles, or about 5,00 0 miles nearer
than ever before,
Prof. Pickering's plan contemplates
the us.- of a erle ��� mirrors presenting a e "ia. surface
turned   toward   Mai occupying
���   .   than a quarter of a m .
fare.
"Supposing." he .-ays "with rach a
signal in operation, wi began a series
of flashes, cutl ng ou the sun's rays
for an instant and then 'blowing on
the reflection igain, repeating this at
Irregular intervals, forwarding, say,
the telegraph code of dots and dashes,
have no doub: that providing there
*ere intelligent peopb on Mars tne
ight would at once  attract attention
WESTMINSTER
Iron   Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
renth Street,   -   New Westminster
and would lead eventually to an answering Blgnal. If we received such an
answer it would be a comparatively
easy matter to establish a code and
transmit messages.
ADDRESS TO  THE   ELECTORS.
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
hdtations of the foregoing mate-
lit be seen at the city engineer's
rest or any tender not neces-
jtpted.
W. A DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
ill. April 11. 1909.
Liquor Store
CHOICEST   WINES,   BRANDIES
ALES AND  STOUT.
To  the  Electors of  tht_vCity  of  New
Ladies and Gentle-
FAMILY TRADE A  SPECIALTY
Phone S.
P.
FRONT   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B
|H -EJTMIN8TER
TRICT.
LAND    01.
lv,
MM
lv
i   the   undersigned
i Vn- hon. the com-
���
permission to
lands   In
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
District  of  Surrey.
Take  notice,  that   Henry  T.
Intends to   apply tor    permission to|^���^,~" ^"portion'of
lease the    following
Commencing at a post planted wher9|the water shed for the purpose of pro-
ationed
Smi       i        let:
pas | ilnt where the
to lint    . |) running easi
.""bet* 'mus seven (7) j the southerly boundary    of   lot 505,
n (IS), Intersects the west- group two (2). New Westminster dis-
lr boundary ol lot 506, group two trict Intersects the quarter Bection
'i*w Westminster district; thence I line, prolonged, running north and
ltMl.':  '.    southerly ana j south through section two (2), town-
P       v to uiv westerly and   ship one ID;  thence south 100 rods.
.:.v
Westminster:
men:
At tlie request of a largejiumoer ot
citizens 1 appeal to the electors of th.
city of New    Westminster    for their
suffrages, the   main issue   being th_
' protection  and  purity    of    cur  water
I supply.     As a memb.r of the citizens'
committee appointed    to    oppose the
erection of a dam on Coquitlam river
pending tlie investigation and report
lot competent engineers. I  have taken
| a d.-ep  interest,  and  approached  the
[subject   with an open    mind,  haviug
Box l..:only the city's Interest in view.     The
| provincial government's  engineer,  the
cfty'8 consulting engineer, the provincial  analyst and other competent authorities agree that the erection of the
dam will contaminate or pollute the
Water.
New  Westminster  paid  ?i'0,00u  to
J the   Coquitlam   Waterworks   Company
for all  the water  required  for municipal purposes.     We have an undisputed   right  to the  water.      The  Do-
! ,lriu  million government by order in council reserved for the city of New West-
the    land  sur-
described land: | rounding the lake, and the timber on
O.
C.
LAND    De
tecting the city's supply from contamination. We have au undisputed
right to one-half mile of land all
around the lake.
It has now been proved that the
erection of the proposed dam will flood
. .veral hundred acres of swamp land.
Imparting to the wat.'r odor, taste an 1
f   the   said   loi   thence vast  lii" rods;  thence north tu I color, caused by vegetable contamina-
. bmged) run-   B  point 200 teet  south of the before. I ��<��.     1 am therefore opposed to the
'���        ��� li:.    ...
Hrtl     . ��m,ti              _ ���                                       ,          >i , iproposed operations ot the  Vancouver
���mud sou b iiiomgh section mentioned southerly   boundary of lot lpm;.oi. Co 'or any othe. companv or
(W. township   one    (i),    New ��� ,...,   group two   (2);   thence  easterly individual    that    will    endanger  the
r  district;    thence   south m__llel   to   the  said southerly   boun- health   of the  community.   - I   stand
!i: ���
��� fed, th.
��� ��� parallel with   dary of lot 505, group two (2),
I Mid southerl
Hot:
to
, , -   I r in Iy for a pure water supply and our
,   just rights on Coquitlam lake.
dary  of   the   point 6o rods north of the 49th paral-1    (a) ]f elec(t,(1 r shau    support the
a point immediately fa] of north latitude;  thence west to immediate improvement of Columbia
point wnere the centre low wfeter mark and 62 rods distant street under the local    Improvement
running east or west | from  the said 49th  parallel ot north W���'Anv lWAMW anvanivd for the
I u0),  intersects latitude j thence south 02 rods; thence mora- betterment of the city,
Ij    er,,i   '���', thence north along east to the polnl where the southerly      (C) ,\n aggressive policy tor adver-
i.boundarv of lot  605, group two   12)  Using the city.
,   . ,,-���   .  _,.,,,      id) Shall advocate    an active cam-
intersects the before mentioned *��tb I algn h.ivinj, for ll8 object tlw beau.
parallel of north latitude; then follow- ,jMinK ,lf ,)���, (.j|y.
Ing the said southerly boundary ol lot in conclusion I take this opportun-
-V, __��__ two ti, to the point Of ity to solicit your support and trust
"' fcr0U1' Uo w[ ,�� ' .,������.. the ratepayers will show by 'heir vote
I commencement, containing by e8t,nia Saturday thai they take a deep inter-
tlon  two    mindreil    and    forty  acres ���s( in matters pertaining to the city's
more or less. I welfare.
.,  .,.   ,-. (���    this     [ am^adles and genlemen, your obe.
'     ,',,._' illenl servant,
"-inl   day of   v.bruary. 1909. j  g   BRYSON.
New Westminster, April 19, 190:*
i,"*lwl-v  ' of said lot 605
lmi'���'���'" ��� -1 centreline of
����tni..��� . ct8
m. Hence ��
lhe Boutherh
lary Iln
high-water
!   and northerly
and    westerly
v aid lot r.OB to the I
En 'alnlng,byesti.
:" or less.
^" White Itock, B. C, Pehru.
"    ^THRIFT  Agent
Dated at white
,r February, ! 109
TIKN'KV  T   THI.il'"!
Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   BY!
Hie Reichenbach Company
((LIMITED)
Clumbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
H
cl
IS DIFFERENT
It is
the
New
Flour
All
Western
Canada
Is
Interested
In
We are not making- this announcement for the purpose of describing the
superior qualities of "ROBIN HOOD" Flour. We intend you to find them out
for yourself. We want you to find them out as quickly as possible, because we
know for an absolute certainty that once you have tested it thoroughly you will
never use any but "ROBIN HOOD" Flour afterward. That has always been our
experience, and we feel sure it will be the same in New Westminster.
Now note what we are doing. We are sending our staff of "ROBIN
HOOD" girls into New Westminster to call upon every home. They will call
upon you. _ They will tell you something about "ROBIN HOOD" Flour, about
the way it is made, the quality of wheat it is made of, and they will give you
some idea of what makes "ROBIN HOOD" Flour different from other flours. It
is the flour you should use.   It will prove its superiority.
All over the West "ROBIN HOOD" Flour is making a tremendous impression.   Join the thousands of happy users.
Look for the "ROBIN HOOD" girls and be sure to give them an order.
They will visit you in a day or two.
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the north portion 17 by 5 chains
(S 1-ll acres) of subdivision 12 and i
the north portion 10 by chains (5
acres), of subdivision 13 of Lot 79,
Group 1. map .36, New Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 2720F, issued in
the name, of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been filed in this offi.ee.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of Dne month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office. New Westminster, B. C, March 22, 1909.
'iiiiiliic^rrP
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
NEW  WESTMINSTER  CITY
ASSESSMENT.
Court of Revision   ���
Notice Is hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 1909 has
been returned to me, and remains in
my office where it may be Inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
of Revision.
The first sitting of the Court of Revision on the said assessment roll will
be held at the City Hall in the said
city on Wednesday, the 12th day of
May next, at 10 o'clock in the fore-
nooa.
Any person Intending to appeal
against the assessment must do so ln
writing to be filed with the city clerk
at least seven days before the first
sitting of the court.
W -A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, April 7, 1909
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this office,
whether you Intend to travel or sending for your friends. Sailing from
St. John.
Empress of Britain April 23
Empress of Ireland May 7
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress  of  Britain    May 21
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12.. 5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
S./.50 up.
Agent for Waltbam and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  from   Ceo. Adam,  Grocer
RAILWAY COMPANY
Tlie scenic transcontinental railway
equipped with through dining first-
class sleepers and dining cars. Atlantic express leaves dally 3:20 p.m.;
train for Seattle and other southern
points at 9:13 a.m.; train for Agasslz
at 5:42 p.m. Week end tickets sold
to local points at one fare for round
trip
ED. GOULET,
Agent.
C.   B.   FOSTER.
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Vancouver.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
I
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland,  and  in   London,  Eng-
nd, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
. S. A., and .Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of tht
world. ,
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'Office 'Phone 18&.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
New Spring Goads for
Ladies and Gentlemen
A beautiful line of material for
tailor made costumes and suitings has
just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit and good
workmanship.
WING  YUEN
Kwong  On  Wo & Co.   Block,
Columbia   and   Melnnes   Sts.
Phone 54. P. O. Box C65.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re subdivision 11 of Lot 79, Group
1, New Westminster District; Lots 18
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K.
V-, being part of Lot 6, Suburban
Block IV., New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the lpss of certlti-
Cftte of title number 16027A, Issued In
tbe names of Charles Frederic Sprott,
Francis Kaia Schou, Lucy Christina
Schou, ha.s been filed ln this offlce.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made io me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New West-
minster, B. C, March 32, 1909.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY   _..
ftY- APRIL 21
1509.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc-
Kenzie and Victoria streets,
E.
A.
Paige Managing
Director
^���j"_?55S!j***\
<UNI0'_ vaUVi_A_ET>
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21,
1909.
M'BRIDE AND GRAFT
The exposure In y sterday's News or
perhaps the most barefaced robbery in
modern history by a political party
to aid the pay roll of paper-, that.
support them caused consternation
throughout  this district.
The news that Ihe Province of British Columbia was spending thousands
and thousands of dollars of public
money in a nineteen days campaign
solely for newspapers that, supported
them has come as a thunderbolt. People eould nol believe It,���there must
be some mistake, they said, --but not
al all, tbe rates of the newspapers containing the advertl-emenl can be got,
and al the lowest rate In the neighbor
hood nf $2  will be pal I to each of
-the Vancouver papers, with .McBrlde
leanings. Whal will be paid to the
"Week" we do nol know, we hope II
will not amount to $1000, bul i wo cents
would be nearer the value of the publicity. We note In looking over the
auditors reports Of the Dominion Government, that where publicity is necessary, both Conservative and Liberal
papers are used, as vide the
$731 paid 'o the Conservative Telegram of Winnipeg last year. The Aic
Bride government stands convicted of
a shameful waste of public money,
���such a shameful waste that no fair
minded iH-rsoiis could support them���
disgusting ueedless looting of the public chest.
In our own city, at an expense or
hundreds and hundreds of dollars are
being published day by day JJsts oj
names of people, ma.y now dead, ahd
others throughout the Delta and Dewd-
ney districts, when We doubt if one in
a thousand ever sees a daily paper.
J. D. Taylor, M. P., tliat "apostle of
purity," who by his vituperous language and muck-raking pen has earned
rhe detestation of Conservatives and
Liberals alike, has done nothing but
shout Laurier and Loot, Laurier and
Loot, in the meantime receiving into
the coffers of hi. paper sums in subsidies that would shame the Uuef disclosures in San Francisco.
The only excuse that we can find fi'r
J.D. Taylor and his "robbery and loot"
article-; is that by virtue of them lie
and his own party are so Impregnated
with the juke of corruption that their
vision is distorted.
It Is only necessary to point out ilia;
the Dominion Government spent last
year $800 in advertising in Vancouver,
to show the gigantic character of the
present expenditure of thousands or
dollars by McBride'a government for
a "Nineteen days' Graft."
THREE MONTHS BUTCHERING
UN AMEBIC.. HAILWAY.
Conservatives Seek inquiry.
Halifax. N. S.. April 20.���A political
sensation was sprung in the legislature yesterday when ilie leader of the
Conservative opposition gave notice
of motion to appoint a commission similar to the Cassels Inquiry to investigate supplies in various provincial departments of the government, it is
alleged that patronage is rife, and thai
no system of public tender for contract   exists.
Stricter Moral Code.
Ottaw.i, Apri] 20.���The minister of
justice gives notice of a bill to amend
the criminal code, the object of which
is to stiffen penalties in respect to
carrying dangerous weapons and the
procuration and .i-trlbution of immoral literature.
'GET THE HABIT"
Children's Day
once again we offer an extra special
[or the children
TOY GO-CARTS *X)R THE GIRLS,
EACH
n >_   WHEELBARROWS FOR BOY.,
$20 A MONTH
c^  be _._ght
EACH
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
I  have a six-room cottage for sale in Sapperton, just off the Distillery   r_ad,   which
cheap.      The  house, which  is lighted  by electricity  and   has city water, stands on a
40 by 120.   . 'dy S'tuate<i lot
The price of this is $1550 payable as follows:     $350 cash;  $300 in thre-  ,.
in  monthly payments  of $20.      This should  be easily  handled.      Let' me   show
buy this is.
y��u  J"st what a
d th�� balance
good
J. J. JOMINS
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
PHONE  169.
TE   FOR
Washington, April 20.���One hundred
and eighty-four persons were killed
and 21)21 injured in train accident,
(luring the chree months ending December .11 last, according lo the Interstate Commerce Commission report
yesterday, other kinds of accidents
bring the total number of casualties to
17,644, including 798 killed and 16,846
injured. This shows a deorease of
2811 a compared with a year agi.
There were 1973 collisions and 1311
derallmen s, causing $1,940,133 damages.
GRAFT SCANDAL  IN
JAPAN    IS   GROWING
for
AND ADVANCE NEW WESTMINSTER.
ADDRESS    TO    THE    ELECTORS
Having been requested ..* a large
number of the ratepayers of this city
to allow my name to be placed in
nomination for the election of an alderman at the forthcoming civic by-
election to which I have consented,
and I herewith briefly state my views
on some of the more important matters which directly affect the city at
the present time;
Water Supply. ' '���"**
In connection with this matter 1
pledge myself to the best of my ability to safeguard the city's interests
to insure and maintain an adequate
supply of pure water.
Street  Improvement.
I pledge myself to support any action which will give the city of New
Westminster good sewerage and   better
sidewalks,   and   especially   in   respect
of    the    improvement    of    Columbia
street.
Tra.   Extension   to   Millside.
I pledge myself to use my utmost
endeavor^ to secure the extension of
the tramway Une from Sapperton to
Millside
New   Industries.
I pledg�� myself to continue my efforts  in  the  way of  securing industries for the City pf New Westminster,
Labor Question. "-
I al>o pledge myself to support the
labor question on civic works believing that any man who works honestly
eight hours a day will accomplish as
much if not more than the man who
works ten  hours  every  day.
Moral   Question.
I pledge myself to support any ac
tion toward the betterment of the
community In this respect and to
maintain the reputation New Westminster now enjoys as the most moral
city on the coast.
Advertising City.
I pledge myself to do all I can, as
1 have already demonstrated, In advertising the city of New Westminster
and bringing In new settlers, and take
much pleasure in stating that I have
already been instrumental' in bringing
into the city of New Westminster between thirty and forty families.
Liquor Traffic.
I pledge ftlyself _o encourage strictly the can-riBg out of Hi'' b;vlaw* cou"
trolling the .emulations in thla respect.
Representation   of  Sapperton.
There   being  nf>    repft.entatlve  at
this time dlrectl) trom Ba] , i ton, i
offer and pledge my services to th'
people of Sapperton to   afei
interests In every respect.
Conclusion.
Ladies   and    gentlem-n, in conclti
sion I wish to say that I could hardly
do anything else than encouragi
the very best of my ability the gen
eral welfare    and    prosperity of our
city, and  should  you decide to
nie as your representative I can a-siii-e
you that my future actions will prove
tbat you    have not    misplaced your
confidence.
Thanking you in anticipation,   yoUi
truly,
E   J, FAlH-l!.
Wew Westminster, April 19, is
To tlo, April 20.���The official scan-
dal dlsclosi i by the am of nlhe
ne mbers of the lower house of the
diet in connection with the alleged
misconduct of the affairs of the Japan
Sugar company is steadily growing
and more arrests among the legislators
are expected.
The   department   Of  jusi ice   says   II
is determined to press investigation
not only of the Japan Sugar company,
but of every similar concern in the
empire, and to allow no guilty person
to escape justice.
Electors' Meeting
Meeting in the Interest of pure water, good streets and sidewalks, city
advertising and progress along proper
lines, will be held as follows:
Sapperton, Johnston's Hall, Colum*
bla and Hospital street , Wednesday,
April 21, 8 p.m.
West' End Parish Hall, comer Tenth
Btreet and Fifth avenue, Thursday,
April  22   s  p.m.
Central, City Hall, Friday April 2;:.
R p.m.
iv. iv elector has a duly to pei 1
Be pn pared to casl an Int 11 ;��� nl \ iti
��� vote for Bryaon and ,pun   v,a
HNSTON'S
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M*J NOTE���Where   you  will  ordinarily pay $7.00 for your
K��4      shoes  you  .-an buy as good f,        ,,, -,,  fr0m $4 5Q to
I-
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If it was possible to make and sell
better Low Shoes than the sort we
offer our trade, we would have them.
Our Oxfords don't gap and they don't
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ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
1 ROBIN HOOD FLOUR]
And tn* that you get it.
For  Wheat.   Barley, Oats,  Chops.   C't-'cken   Feed.   Bran    S-   *     rli/i
| +     etc., ask us.
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We  will  see  that   you' get   it   promptly
Our Oxfords M
J|i   HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
'h   ���     Phone 335
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186  COLUMBIA   STREET.       P. 0. Drawer 100.
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slip at the heel.     The prices, too, will   5^
Please you-$4.00 to $5.C0 wil, buy th.   ^ \^O+J+O+iJ+O+OO+O+^+O+O+O+CO+O+O+O+O+O+OO+O+O+O^
best patent leather, tan,  or calf shoe
you would want to wear.
"Warwick"   oxblood oxfords, broad, medium and pointed
Per   Pair        $4.00 to $4.50
"Maximum" all  patent  oxfords,    a    stylish     shoe,   per
Pair $4.50
$6.00 a pair.
Children's Wash
Suits
"JACK HORNER" Combination Play Suits, plain,
medium and bl-.ie Galatea, trimmed rod. sizes
fitting one year to eight years.   The suit,
"BO-PEEP" Combination Play Suits, navT, P.1^
dot piped with red-a very pretty combination,
made with bloomer pants, one to eight years.
The suit,
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
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Sign of lhe Big Electric Pcvot.
' New Westminster,^. C.
I ARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
SAME, MADE OF STRIPED     GRASS CLOTH WITH RED T
MINOS  SAME   SIZES  AS  ABOVE, SAME PRICE-
Shirt Waists, Blouse Waists, Children's Overa
���alls.
0
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
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APRIL 21, 1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
PAGE FIVE.
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Broad Showing of
Women's Suits
Another shipment .ji women's suits
arrived today and are on view in the
mantle department. They embody all
that is correct in style, workmanship
and color effects. We have not the
space to adequately detail their various good points here. Come and in
spect them personally. Prices from
$12.00 to .$4b.OO
Long Kid Gloves
at Big Reductions
$2.50  FOR $1.50.
Colors,  tan,  brown,  and   navy,   full
19inch.es long. Regular $2.50 for $1.50
WISE HOUSEWIVES
WILL BUY
Curtains and
Draperies
AT THESE  PRICES
Heavy spring selling has left several
broken assortments of Nottingham
Lace Curtains, but they will quickly
melt away at these  prices.
Regular $3.50
Gloves for $2.50
19-Inch long dome fasteners;  colors
tan, brown     navy,    green  and  black.
- T..50 for 5-*50
Nottingham Lace Curtains. 50 and
54 inches wide. 3 1-2 yards long. Colbert edges; large range of patterns,
including plain centres, floral and medallion effects; a good quality of strong
and evenly-woven net: suitable for
dining-rooms,   bedrooms,   etc.     Price
 $1.50
English Art Cretonnes. 30 inches
wide, full range of new colors; floral,
scroll, and conventional designs; suitable for curtains, valances and light
upholstery purposes.      Price, yd.,  15c
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EXQUISITE  DISPLAY   OF
Lawn and Lingerie
Waists at $1.75
Over 20 different designs In new
summer waists. We have been most
assiduous In getting together a splendid range of waists at a reasonable
figure. These garments come plain
tailored with Gibson pleat, detachable
,1-en collar and cuffs. Others in lace
trimmed and shadow work embroidery; long sVeeves, plain and tucked.
On sale at
$1.75
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NEW HANDKERCHIEFS
NEWDH_ss MUSLINS
NEW CHAMBRAYS
NEW   RIBBONS
NEW   LACES
NEW VEILINGS
Vote for E. J. Fader and a square
|deal for the city **
Robin Hood Hour bas captured the
town, **
���I. C. Blair, of Sapperton, Ls now the
happy father of a little daughter, ba By
arriving last Saturda   ��� rei nig.
For first-class cut flowers and   any
kind    of    Floral      work,      telephone j
Davli     i        ;house, B20S. **
The  Flyer left:    yesterday  to  take I
coal to Anacortes from Ladysmith for
the Alaska Packers' Company.
Ml s Thompson and Florence Mitchell will give piano .solos at the recital in St. Paul's church on Monday
evening, **
There will be a meeting of the Mil.
Shippers' Union in ;he board of trade
room on iv iday morning.
Hans Voglsang Poultry Food is the
lest. At your grocers andj^rugglst. *
The vestry of St. Alban's, Bum Lb-
will meel at the municipal hall, Burns .-. tomorrow nighl I ��� elect officers,
and transact other busin.
Remember the dramatic recital to
be given in the nl of St. Paul's
church by A, P. Brown and other ar-
v  ts on Monday, April 26th. **
Mr. .lohnston. of Burna y, father of ]
Mrs.  Troup,    of    this    city,    di d  at
Eburne yesterday  morning  from general debility,
Arthur P. Brown will give "A
Change of Treatment," and "The
Groom's Story," by r- quest on Monday
evening at St. Paul- church. *'*
If you read page 2. you will find just
what yon are looking for.
The annual meeting of the Westmin- j
ster district of the Methodist church
will be held in Queen's Avenue church
on May 6, commencing at 9 a.m. and
lasting all day.
Vote for E. J. Fader and a pure-
water supply. **
Lawn mowers sharpened and set at
Geo. R. Specks, Trapp block. ������
Mrs. Margaret Dynes, widow of C.
Dynes, of Sapperton, who was Killed
by being run over by a street car last
fall, has Instituted a suit against the
ll. C. E. R. Company for $15,000 damages.
Do not fail to see the beautiful ta"-
i-lleau "A Dream of Fair Women," to
[given by Westminster girl- at the
cltal  in   St.    Paul's    church  Mond
i evening.
The annual roll call of Royal City
;lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F.. will take place
on Friday evening, when all memb> rs
are requested to make a -special effort to attend. Amity lodge. No. 27,;
wil] hold Its annual gathering on the,
following Monday.
The Crystal theatre Is disposing of i
i the  electric    piano    which  has  been j
operating outside the    theatre doors,
.and  the management    is having the
violin and piano moved down to the
least entrance. **
hood of $)>,000. The machinery of
the tug Venture, recently purchased by
Capr. Neville Preston, which met with
a mishap some time ago and which
has been pureha*>t��d from Victoria party's, will be installed in the n.w craft.
The tug will be 90 fet long, ls feel
'deep and will have a draught of ier.
feet. The engines are about 200
housepo'wer.
Hear W. Morris Chapman in "Go to
Sleep,"  and    "The    Veteran's  Song,"
next Monday    evening    at St.  Paul
church. **
Voto lor  E.  J.
our Interests.
Fader
and  protect
Aleck McRae, an employee of the
Royal City mills, was admitted to the
Royal Columbian hospital yesterday
ifternoon, suffering from bruises sustained while attempting to stop a run-
horse at the mill.
The buns were light,   '
The bread wa. good,
Because they were made
From Robin Hood.
TALK
ABOUT   ROCKERS,  CHAIRS  AND  COUCHES.     WHY?     JUST   SEE   OUR
STOCK, FROM $1.00 UP.    WE HAVE    A    MONOPOLY    ON    THIS    LINE.
CARPETS GALORE IN SQUARES FR OM    $7.00   UP.      LOOK    INTO   THE
LEADING   FURNITURE   STORE.
W.  E.  FALES
Furniture Dealer, Uphol .terer and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
PHONE     97    WHEN   YOU    WANT
and a pure
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Vote for    E. .1.  Fader
water supply.
A settlement has been reached in
the ease of the action In the Westinn-
'ster county court of James A. Mo-
Adam, of Upper Sumas, against John
Murray, of Murray's corner, for damages arising out of the sale of a mare j
to him.
Everything for the garden at Tidy's,
'phone 1S4. ������
An iron frame building will be constructed on Front stret. near the city
market, by J. W, and E. nusliton, for
an automobile garage. As the premises are within the secondary fir,, limits the chairman of the fire committee
will watch this feature of tlie building.
Vote for E. J. Fader the progressive
candidal... *
In the official publication of the Canadian Pacific Rallwa. on British Columbia, just to hand, and modern
enough to show a picture of the flue
steamer Princess Charlotte, is an Illustration of Columbia Btreet before
the lire the only view of this city permitted In the volume.
Sheriffs sale of groceries, gents'
furnishings, boots and shoes, at Higo
& Co.'s store, corner of Carnarvon and
Jemmeti streets, city, on Thursday,
22nd in.-' . at ten o'clock in the forenoon, ������
The Westminster board of trade la
being petitioned by the residvnts of
Sllverdale to assist them in a request
to the C. P. R- to provide station accommodation there for sheltering passengers. ,md giving protection to
freight. They also protest against
the threatened withdrawal of the
Agasslz local.
Vote for E. ,T. Fader and advance
the interests of .New Westminster.    �����
Th. application of H. Myddleton
Wood and T. A, Ostler for a water
record of thre,. Inches from an Unnamed stream (lowing through lot 4,
of subdivision of district lot 950, came
on before the government agent acting
as water commissioner yesterday, and
was further adjourned till April 27, In
view Of .conditions arising under the
new Water act. J. Blade. Wood appeared for the applicants.
That light, delicious, wholesome
bread you so much enjoyed at your
friend'-* house wa made with Robin
Hobd Flour. *���
A contract has 1 n H't by the West
minster Fish and Towing Company
for the bulliliiv of a powerful tug,
which Is to b   ' for aervloe on
the river in a oui tour months' time,
and which Is to - ! ' neighbor-
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 for25c
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for ... -25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can  10c
Assorted .funis, regular price ..5c tot.,
3 for 50c
BUTTER.   EGGS,  and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICcS.
Adams & Deans
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
!! ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 62.
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FAGE TWO.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, APRlL ^
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ements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC.
A-heo we talk of a successful  business man these days, we say, "He's an advertiser."      A certain  prominent merchant   In   a  city   not  far  from   New Westminster has the following framed     motto     _v_r    ,
"Early to bed and early to rise, work     like     H���I,     and     advertise.        Good   advice,   that.    Act   upon    it.    The   world   is  waiting   for  men  who can  do things,  invent things,  sell  things, buy thing-,,   but tha
seek out those men;  they must let the world  know that they are doing   things.      They  must  ADVERTISE.    What made Beacham's Pills and Pears' Soap household words?      Just the    simple    fact
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WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial Uie companion l'or
any respectable num or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver,
OUR SALE TODAY OF JEWELRY
2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Horace
Dorer, jeweler.
WANTED.
w \\Vi.;>--A good smart boy, about
!,*. ., v.-. nt age, i i learn the real
. date and Insurance bu ines . Ap
ply al once j. .1. Johnston, Dupont
B      . Columbia street,
WANTED���Quiet family driving horse
abo.     i'111 pounds,    Musi  be cheap
for e    i.     A. W. McLeod, insuranc i
broker,  New Westminster,
WANTED���Men to cm thousand of
.. ,.i, of wood. Apply E. J. Fader,
Northern Crown Hank offices, .New
Westminster.
AUCTION SALE OF NEW .-ROOM
house and lot. Under Instructions
from George Matthews we will sell
by public auction on the premises,
Columbia street, Sapperton, close to
Fldcker's barn, at top of DIstlllerj
road, Saturday, the 1st. of May at
:: p.m., his -i ''oom house and lot,
size 53x156, commanding a beautiful
vii w of the Fraser river. Conditions of sale will be made known
at the auction or at any time at our
offlce, Front I t*eet, opposite Mark it.
Cook & Ross, anvil ni ers.
ROYAL   CITY    LAUNDRY,    ROYAL
Avenue and Blackle Street.   Now is
the time to get curtains and blanket, ready for spring.   Ring up phone j
1S3.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP .50 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts, The Fashion Stables.
CAFE
Homo' l;,al
KENNY'S RESTAURANT &
Tickets, 21 meals for 1.1.
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day ami
night.     Opposite tram office.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Estate and Insurance  Agents-
City, farm and suburban  prop v.
260 Columbia Btreet.
WOODWOKKING
WESTMINSTER
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i, mantels]
WANTED���A   capable   young   woman
���   for general housework; good wages
to competent person.     Apply  Mrs.
ll. A. Trethewey, 61. Fourth avenue,
city.
WANTED���Girl for general housework. Apply in the evenings. Mr..
W. G McQuarrie, Second street and
Fourth avenue
FOUND.
FOUND���A pair of spectacles and
ca.se. Owner can have same by applying at this office, proving property and paying for this ad.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���Eggs for hatching. Buff
Leghorn. $1 per sitting. Apply 204
Agnes, corner Elliott.
FOR SALE���A good family cow.   Apply W. McCurrach, Wise road.
FOR SALE���Safe, cash register, second-hand, cheap. Box W. T. F., this
office.
ROOMS TO RENT.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC Co..
dealers In eletcrlcal machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
ELOCUTION.
HELEN BADGLEY, TEACHER OF
elocution, physical culture a.nd dramatic art. Every Monday, 3 to 8
p.m. Knights of Pythias hall, or 1)92
Hornby Street, Vancouver. Phone
B3535.
fancy poultry, eggs, etc.
arthur   O'Connor" "poultr.
.breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale, Burred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Write your requirements.
FOR RENT���Lower half of new
house. 5 rooms. Call evenings, 225
Fourth avenue, between Second and
Third streets.
TO RENT���Furnished rooms, corner
Seventh street and Agnes, near
Carnegie Library.
EGGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per setting of 13. Hans Vogisang, poultry
expert, 936 Keefer street, Vancouver, B. C.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
sou]), lish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffe i or milk.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
REAL ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF 11. C
���P. li. Brown, manager, P. 0. Box
556, phone 334.
6 ROOM   HOUSE    ON    EIGHTH ST., I
electric light,    $1500.  Easj   terms,
1   ACRE  IN  BURNABY    CLOSE  TO
car little;   16 mi uu I ��� s from oily.  .750,
;. rms.
Co., bank, offli
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prletor,
and car Iti
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FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS.   .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer I
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc.   Satisfaction  guaranteed.
Columbia street. New West minster. I
PEERS &  RAMSAY. REAL ESTATE ABBOTT &  HYDE. (V.H.C. ABBOTT
and Insurance.   Burnab; ertj n
specially.    Room   7   Mae' lock.
P. O. Box 458, phone 364.
Manager).    Real   < state,  Insui inc
loans, notaries public, conveyan ������
218 Columbia Stn et. P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321,
MACHINE   WORKS.
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THE SCHAAKE MACHJNE WORKS,.
Limited.  Front  street,    New  West- j
minster.     Manufacturers of modern
saw  and    shingle   mill machinery, j
Mill  plants  and  specifications prepared.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
HENRY'S   NURSERIES ���  PACIFIC;
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
BUpplies,    etc.      3010    Westminster!
road,   Vancouver,   and  branch  nur
Bery at  South Vancouver.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanitas;
house painting, kateomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
J. 1. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
Streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for sale.   Reference furnished.
jOOOKSLEY'S        PICTURE        POST
!     cards  are on  sale    at M.  Morey's
!     Stationery Store, J. G.  Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
i     and "Th.- Fair,' Columbia street.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN ULOCt-
to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply t II. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
FISH  AND GAME.
To RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 009 Victoria street.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
FURNITURE.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNlTURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's shoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
PRINTERS.
GROCERY.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SVS-
temizing. Guinn & Fairley, phone
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B.  C.
FOR   THE   BUST   VALUE  IN   GRO-
s cerles, phone 386.    The Pure Food
Supply Grocery,  P.  O.  Box Sli.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
PROFESSIONAL.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
C. HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 14, Gulchon Block. New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 796.
ARCHITECTS.
W. 1). GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W. S.MT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon  Block.    Telephone  338.
GARDINER _ SHERRIFF, AKCHl
tecis, Guichon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phone 232.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST..
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, head
cheese, etc.
JEWELRY.
SELLING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of high-grade watches and Jewelry
by auction. Sales each day, 2:30
and 7:30 p.m.      Horace Dorer.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, P.. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block, New W St-
minster, B. C.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER.
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Telephone  64
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G.   McQuarrie),    Solicitors,   Barrls-
i, etc,   12 Lorne street, op;    Ite
courthouse,  .    New     Westminster,
I Phon ��� 1 13), and Iho Vancouver of-
is at No, 5, Royal Hank Cham-
lOS   Hastings Street west.
WHY BUY pok< y fool lots whei ������ i
can buy 2 1-2 acres partly cle :
and planted with fruit trees, v. - . -.
three miles of Westminstei.
road, permanent waiter; for $4601
cash. Cook & Ross, opposite Market, Front street. New Westminster j
FOR SALE���1   hav.-   ten acres bere,
four ready for plow;   fruit laud:  inl
20-year-old fruit district;  no  back-j
woods about I.; about one mile rrom
C. P. It. station; 24 miles from Van.
couver;  good drainag.-; soil suitable)
for flower   pots; not   a pebble; 6-
rooni  house, stable,  local  telephone
past    property,   schools,   churches,
bank,  doctor,  etc.;     must  sell  this
month:   Price  $2,100 cash or $2350
on  terms.    Gordon    Tanner, own t,
Hammond, B. C.
MAI.INS, OOULTHARD & CO., LTD..
.1. H. Yidal, .1. P., Man;,.. , Ri aj Es
tate Department. Phones 106 and
J211.
FOUR FINE RESIDENTIAL LDTS
in Burnaby, overlooking tbe city,
one block from city tram; $150 each.
1-4 cash, balance in 2 years.
MIGHTY ACRES FRUIT LAND IN
Surrey, 3 miles from Westminster
bridge; $f>00 worth of cedar, half
mile from G. N. Railway and Fraser
river; only $30 per acre and easy
terms. Five-acre blocks In this vicinity are selling at $75 to $100 per
acre.
A FINE I OT ON FOURTH STREET,
near Sixth avenue, only $400. Investigate this.
160 ACRES IN SURREY, INCLUDING
. 80 acres of best land in the district
and timber equal in value to price
of land. This is a snap at $2400;
easy terms.
EIGHTY ACRES AT CLAYTON. SUR-
rev, at $50 per acre: some improvements; good terms.
SIXTY ACRES IMPROVED FARM
near Cloverdale, dwelling, barn,
chicken houses, sheds and etc., orchard, good creek, 7 acres under cultivation. This must be sold at
once hence the price is low���below
market price. $1500 cash will handle it, balance on  time.
160 ACRES IMPROVED FARM IN
Langley, house, barn, outbuildings-
bearing orchard. 30 acres cleared,
'balance easy clearing;     rich blaek
loam    soil.      This is    a bargain at I STENOGRAPHY   &
$40 per acre and should be a moneymaker for some one hut "first come
first served."
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In K. of P. hall   \ eet, atl
p.m. White Rose Di. ree, rvirttil
Wednesday In each month, sam.|
time and plai rethrew
cordially     Invited.      Geo    Bowe
pr - :  H   Dl ; i       ecv.
McADAM <_ IRWIN. COLUMBIA ST.,
oppo.ite the    Postoffloe,    Box *s71;
phone 498. Real estate and insurance, money to Goan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing else>-
where.
WE HAVE the exclusive right to offer
for sale 5 acres of excellent land,
partly cleared, about one mile from
end of car line, Sapperton; price
$1250; $100 cash, balance to arrange.
A. 0. U. W.    FRASER LODGE N0.I
Meeting-,  the  drst  and third T_
day In each month.   Visiting i,..:_j
ren    cordially    Invited    to   attend.!
Lodge room, A   o. [\ \\. luill, oddj
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 1099, I0.FJ
���Meet.- the fourth Friday in :_.|
month at s o'clock; in tbe -Mill
hall,  Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLESl
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tii .dajl
������v..ning at 8 p.m. in the EagUsT
hall, Columbia street. ,\ Clark, WJ
Pres.; H. Schotieid, Secretary.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second-
lKind goods. A. Speck, near Tram
office.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth street, $*7
per month.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY.
Columbia Street, near tram ottice,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance.
FOUR NICE LOTS, a naif block from
Columbia Street, between Keary and
Alberta Streets, Sapperton, for $276
each.   Lots abutting are worth $5(10.
TWO  NICE  DOUBLE coin:,   In   the
I West End at $160 each. 1-3 cash,
balance 0 and 12 months.
A GOOD 5-roo.m ddttage close In for
$950; half cash, balance over two
years.
TWO ACRES OF LAND nearly a_l
cleared and a flve-room house and
chicken house, for $1500; half cash,
balance (, ami 12 months, This is
just out Ide city llm I
TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN    BUNTING,      ROOM    11,
Gulchon block,     p. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co-
hiinbia street.    Phone 62.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OP TE1I-I
perance meet every Wednesday atl
8 p.m., un Oddfi Hows ball, Columbia!
street.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ��������]
soclation, Lord of the isles Campl
191 -Meets on the first and thirdl
Tuesday of every month In K. ol P.|
hall.   Chief W, Sutherland.
I    <<   O.  F��� ROYAI     CITY    LOME J
No. 3���Meets   in   oddfellows' liail,|
Columbia street, ever. Friday even-F
Ing at S o'clock.     Visiting :>rot_ri_
will be made welcomi    G E Q-"e
N. O.;   C.  E. OslKirne,
��g secretary.
p  v., record-.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TAI-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 41 Sixth street.
phone H350.
OTHER    FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES!
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, 4.1
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge, ]
No. 17. A. F and   A. M; L. O.'l*.
No. 1150; L ii. I. , No. 1693; Conrt
Sapperton. No. 4683, I 0 P.; G 0.
F..   Court   Westminster,   No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nesl No. :9;
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
Lorne street, W'. N- Carty, manager
special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's  Drug Store
nl.   EDISON  THEATRE,   CORNER
Columbia and Eighth.     High-class
moving picture.,   Illustrated  songs.
Program changed Monday, Wedni
day and Friday.
BOARD OF TRADE NEW WESTV
minster Board of Trade meeti lnt-i
board room, City Hall, as toll ��*
Third Thursday of I "" "mlh'
quarterly meetings on ii"' lini
Thursday of Febi Allgust
and November, ai i [>�������� Annl"f
meetings on the third Tbundayj*
February,     New n "���'>' ��*
proposed and eleel I I ��������� mon~!
ly or quarterly meeting ���' '���
Stuart-Wade,   een
0+<)+O+O+O+O+CX)+0+O+0+C)4*O+a O+O+O+O+O+O+CO+Cj+O+O+C+n+O
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS I
NEW  HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS.    REASONABLE  TERMS.
AFFINITIES RESULT OF
LOVE IN OTHER WORLDS
RIVER  FROM  MONTREAL
IS OPEN TO THE  SEA
Dominion Trust Co.
T. R, PEARSON, Mgr.
MONEY    TO    LOAN
S#0^0K)��O#0#00��0#0#0t04O��00��O��0��0��0��0��00��0#0#0#0��0��0^
GET YOUR SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Repairing of guns, umbrella.-.
���' ill' i'-, and Hghl automatic m
cry and bicycles a specialty,
Alex, Speck
MonliH.nl. April _u.    The channel between Montreal and  thi   sea   is clear
I of Ice.   The governmenl cruiser Lady
Ceylon    Advocate    of    Reincarnation l(Jre>' al'llvc'fl V^-Pia*  afternoon from
lijake St. Peter, al'v, being engaged
;with the icebreaker Moncalm in break-
j Ing the loo in that section, iff. thi
i channel.
Railway Time Tabl-
Gives This Solution of Many
Strange  Matings.
Windsor  Hotel   BIock,  P.  O.   Box  644,
New Westminr.ter. Columbia  Sl       "Man on the Wh
Chicago, April 20.���"When two fall
In love, these two souls have met and
I each other in past lives.    That
; ��� thi    olution of many of the strange
matings among men and women."
So Bays M. Jinarajadasa of Colombo,
Ceylon,  who Is here to give a series
e lectures for tne Chicago Theo-
���; hieal  Society.
Another   proof   o.   reincarnation,"
says, "is found in the strong antl-
tthies people form for each other. In-
ctlvelj some men and some women
We are at a loss to underpin   until   we   realize  that   We
v.- known them in other lives and
thla antipathy Is the result of in-
'vi memory."
NOTICE.
New Westminster District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice, that Harriet Ford, of
Pitt Meadows, H. c��� occupation married lady, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southeast corner of Lot
1020, thence west _(> chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east IX chains
more or less to Agamemnon Channel,
thence northerly along the shore to
the point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less,
HARRIET FORD,
M. L. CORDON, Agent.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Bran, l,
Week Day Scheoule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:511, 7:30 aud 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 0:00 a.m.; and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m, Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
Lv. N.W.  12: HI a v . ar    :  "tie I
a. iii.
I attle S: ID u.ui ���   I'    N'W' 5.P,��
l.v. Seattle 4:25 p.m.; ar. n.w.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:80 p.ai !  :"'
a.m.
N.W. II
20
Great  Northern  Railway.
Lv. N.W. 9:15 a.m.; ��r- Seattle I p.m,
Lv. N.W. 4:35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 18 p.m.
G, N. R._p_rt Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster Ot|WJ
day at 10 a.m., returns at I P ^
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 P-Jv^,
rives In city Friday ! ! ��� m' ,ty
Friday at 3:50 p.m., srrirai I"
Saturday at 9 a.m. on
Leaves Port Gulchon at I J ^
Tue.day.  6:30 a.m. on    ���' ""���'������,,
j 4rrlveS  il'
6:30 a.m. Saturday.    *m     friiff,
QUichOa 6 p.m.. Tluirndny and
T H E HOME
Is   the   Paper  That  rvmn
ths     Hom��    ����*
The    Daily    News
10c a  West .NE&DAV
APRIL 21, 1909.
THE  DAILY   JEWS,
PAGE THREE.
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between Lake
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Real Rose Hal Pins. Rea, Carnation Hat Pins.
Real Violet Tint Pins.
$1.00 Each and Up
MlLLMEf. ADVANCE.
PRICE Of SHINGLES
CH.    .BERLIN.  TV-   jeweler
Increase of Orders Responsible For Step Taken Yesterday���Heavy Market.
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Typewriters in Stock
The American OLIVER visible writing, Can do what
other first-claos machines can do, and moft Has
improvements equal to   othe:      fl ass   machines,
and   more.    A  cash   price and or price,    Sole,
direct   agents.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOCKSELt i '
STATIONERS
NEWS  DEALERS
Vani April  20-���British    Co
lumbll       - advanced in price tei
Thl    Increase has been
expecti.. v   the pasi three week   b_
h       ttli        I     ���.. the-fact thai mills
b    .  ���     ���   ... a month been inun i
with  orders.    So  great   has  been  the
denn im      the pasl two week- thai
;   con erenoe of the owners
of tin producing mills In Van-
couve   d cided thai  the time bad ar
rived to make the advance.   An b	
vi accordingly mad.;, and ibis
morninj   notice  was Beni   out
traveller    to advance  their quota Ion
mi shin I ���  to %:: f.o.b. mill Vancou -ei
applies to British Co
i id  i    thi   basii  on whicl
. ice   fo   l< wei i rade. are mi 6
[I  ia  noi  prohable thai    he   ���'
In i rice will resull in anj dec   i
the demand, seventy-live pe   cei
which comes r om the 1
where the hlf h-grade Bhinf Brll
Ish  Columbia command   the    hi ���
Ice on the market.
.  . d  n obtained  ai
E   | high D,   Lumsden
., .  ' mt.. an.   Mr
|l a p0._;.. i enginei r, Wln-l-
lfe., Man
....        ��� . ���   n<itifie.i  that ,
11...,- nnaidered m
La. on ��� d   forms   sup] .!������ ���
;., :: . which  : ..
Ikid cd .v to the chief eogln- ���
Lrti ���  district ���: glneei
ptWim
__ch tei be    signed and
mnni lartiea to the t< n*
j ic ������ I   and be accuti.: ..;.-
11- i heque on a char-
���trad Dominion ol
|_ ���   ��� vd- r of the i
!___���. Transeontin.
equal to t-n  per
tit   amou :       thi
Spring Cleaning
A    Bissell's    i ���-..:    ���   Sv eeper
,, great hi       to the housewife  i:.   S ' .nine  time.
We also havi Jap-a-lac  l _ >-a-
lac.    Liquid   Vreneer,    etc.,  lor
-hteninR  up   the    furniture.
: In and inspect ou:  stock.
V^-_-^ fV.',.    v-'
t." .._.   ���'   fits
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
James J. Jeffries
Re-enters the Ring
1 lontinued .        i ���.    i ine. >
��� vs    welghf                250    to    260
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Lil. Artha  Hear'  the News.
Pitts' nrg, A] ��� lack   fohnson,
. weigh!   char    on  of  the world.
...lay thai ii '������      ... ear-,
.md would po eil he would
all   fightint    v   . nnd
me the chanci    o i    el 'he for-
I amplon.
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Ited   bj   Uh   part
��� 1 v. ill bi   di
celver
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ance of the
SHltn to Itl   terms.
Ok .��� irties whose
i will be n turned
ter the    ignlng of
tBder-  .-.
[ titiur    ���
v     ' .
Tin	
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P. E.
RYAN.
Secretary.
- of the Transi-on
lated    at  Ottawa.
Thp cor -
Rental   -
Apri. .nd  v.,,.,
s'*-   ������' erting    this    adv.r
pit without ��� thorlty from the com
[Ussioners, Mil ,-���,. ,���'. -ald for |t
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Deairrs in Afl K'tna    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,     lurne-d Work,    Etc
Fish and FruitJBoxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Door
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Qgport unity II
is the
L*w,k wei  Henry's catalogue
ai"1 Mil t  your order  for
paciti_: Coast
Tested Seeds
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock^for Fencing andjDraining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
Nothing Doing m Seattle.
Avail   21       Ther--    will   he
lz_ lights in Si
���        ng or after tbi    y     ka-Yukon-Pa-
Pxpositlon."      Mayor    John   l.
. er said today.     Sheriff Robert T.
. -.pressed   himsetl    in slmilai
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Barley Bread
DO YOU know that there are hundreds of loaves of
Barley Bread sold daily in Vancouver���that 15 or
more of the bakers there are making this bread?
That the bak.rs in Victoria aro also at it���and those in
New Westminster are just starting? Such is the case,
ano* we  mention   it.
These baker-; are making good bread���rroist, sweet���
and having a flavor entirely different from all other
breads made from wheat flour. THiS BARLEY BREAD
is not only delicious in flavor, but it is the most easily
digested bread on the market today���those who have
used it say so���and we will give copies of their testimonials in this space  later.
The reason for its easy digestibility is���the special
process through which the barley passes when preparing
it for milling changes ten por cert, of the starch into
grape sugar, or in other words, predigests it. (It requires
3 days to do this, but  it pays.)
We have spent approximately $50,000 in the erection
of a mill at Calgary, Alta., to produce Barley Flour and
Barley Flakes by this process; this should be convincing
evidence that we  h ave faith  in the  value of it.
BARLEY   FLOUR
For those who make their own b-*ead, we are filling
this flour in 10-lb. sacks. In each sack there are recipes for making bread scones, cakes, etc. Ask your
grocer  for   a   sack.
We   guarantee  the quality of this flour.
Ask your baker for a loaf of Barley Bread.
# The  Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Limited
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"PRESS THE  BUTTON,"
WE DO THE  REST.
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11     '' i;"' Supplies, etc.
; ""windy !���.,,-     ��� .mnoy you_
; *da����_<     tn fumigation, No
i^oii      .ms.
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HENRY'Sii
Nurseries:!
OfTices   r _
;       ����.Gree,house, .and   s,ed
J**- 3010 w��tmln.7ir Hold,
l    4n^ern C.Branch Nursery,
I ***** Vancouver.
Easterfcrook Milling  Company,
E.urnc.   EL C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl
Hungarian Jewel       $6.50
Terminal *5 W
_.   /. ���    9 r      I'l.'H-lt AM) FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuarrie & to	
FRONT STREET. New WeHmlnfr.
Telephone US.
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Interurban Line.
and
way
half
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Cms   for   Vnncoiiv.r
lUtlOtti   WU    run   ��� ���'
hour   from   5:50   a,    ..
ear laar-i a�� " P  "'
Vancouver j'
AT THK
J*al Meat Market
��0V/
E||ht,> 8t. ��na   nftn AwnM
phonf j7a
Lasi car leaves
11-^0 p.m.
Ciir-j  leave  t>'
twenty   in.nut.-'
perton an 1 citj
city  Ilie.
depot   <���������<���
,oih 9aP
oi r tte
City   Liae:   Cars   leave   truni
office- on the hour, twent<r rain
after,   and   forty    mlim'"*5
afW, eomm'-nolng at 0:20 a, '"
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minuu* alter the hour,
half past and fifty minute, after
the hour. < ommenoln-*; at ��:lh
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly b��-
m ��� n S: 30 a. m. uitij It. p. m.
E"-L4
030t', . roprntor.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
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NINETIETH      \\\l\'l"i;s\HV      OF
Odd Fellowship
Tho    n. -mln rs    oi      AM   '      odge
Mo,  ::.  Royal C tj  lodge No,  3, and
Harmon.   Encampment  No. -'��� nnd all
visiting Od i Fel ow - an  i-equi st< d to
meel in Hv Odd Fellows' hall, al 6:30
o'clock Bharp, Buoda.   evening, ApMI
2Bth, preparatorj  to attending divine
is. ni,.   in St. Andrew's Presbyterian
[church.- The in-ni'ivs of Beulak He
bekah lodge  v*.'.. and  visiting stt-
iters, nn- asked to meet at the church
Ishortl.  before I o'clock.     By order,
\V   0. rOATHAM.
!���:   L   WEBBER,
ALEX. ADAMS,
Committee.
WHEN GOING EAST
;ASK Till', TICK IOT AGENT
To sksd you over
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Blight Trains Every imy m the Year
HKI'WKKN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THK TRAIN OF FAME
THK        NOHTH-WKSTKHN.        LTO.
Embodies the newest and  beet ideas
| for QOMFOttT, CONVENIENCE and
LUXUft.       K   Is   ll;:li"-d   with   both
leleririoi ,  uud sa��; the most brilliant
ly illuuiin iti'd train in  lhe world. The
equlpiu��'ti' consists of private eompart-
i menl cii' 'andiird 18 BBCtloD sleepers. Usurious dlnlnc ear, reclining
chair osr-i (seats ti+n), tnodetH day
OOaches end imffef. library nnd -*mok-
Ing tar..
For   TiTn-*   Tallies,   Folders,  or   any
further Information rail nn or wrlie
F. W. PARKER,
7.0 Second Avenue, Seattle  Wn*h.
r-��s^w~��.
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SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
Toronto, On..
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for -r.-VRAU, CAUCKOSS, ATUN,
WHITE ill. USE. DAWSON nnd FA 111
B&KKfl Bull)' ttains (except SiBtl-.iv)
(ini-ryinu Sassengers, mail, express and
fr��ie:ht cobmcI with staphs at Car-
(���ro-w and V.'hit'- BOne, nun-tninln!.
a  thn-ou rii  Winter service.
Fur Inform.tint!  apply  tn
.1   H   ROOERfl, Traffic M inseer.
Li av- Langlej  at - 00 i m \  at   ve
'   Port Hanev tit Sfel', t
McAdam  Landing   at   S:30   am.;   ar-
rive    '  Hammond at  -: 10 ;��� in.:  ai
at  Port  Rolls al   9:00 a.m.;   arriv
New Westminster at 10: !0 a.m.
��� ���   \. \v Westmlnsti      ���   I
Ive at Port Kelts       "    I
at Hammond a- 6:00 p.m
M.' .dams Landing at'C 15 p.m.;
Port Han>'y at 0:25 p.m.; ar-
���   - t  l-msrley at 7:0. p.m.
Leaving   B.   &   K.   Wharf,   daHy   ex-
| cept Saturday.
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April  1st the steam.r
Transfer    will    leave    Rrackman-Kir.
Wharl every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for Ladner.
W-Stham Island and way ports.     Sat-
1 urday  at  2  p.m.,  returning    to New
I Westminster Saturday <--v��-ning.
RUNS TO  STEVESTON  TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning,  leaves  'U'esthani    Island
[every  w*ek day morning, except Frt-
l;u.   at   Tain.,  and   Ladner   7-45  am.
Friday leaves Westham island 6 a.m.
'and Ladher at 6:45 a.m.
\dilitional    trip    .londay    morning,
' leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Thi*. a-o_-_tilP    subject    ���_  change
.wiHiout  notice.
For freight nnd passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manafer.
The Milwaukee" Fraser K*�� S*���*
��� .
Sir. Ramona
-The   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.  Paul   to
Chicago, 'Short   Line."   Omaha     to
Chicago,     ' South     W��st    Limited"
J-amis CKy to OhlcafO.
No   traln�� Id   the  servj(H  om    any
railroad   In  the   .n��*W  that   . <>_al   in
equlpmeft   that   of   tht?   Chicago.   Mvl-
fra��l(��e IV   St.   I'aul   Rairway.      Thev
<iwb   and  oper-ii*e   tlwfr   own   sle*pln.Lr
tind dlnlne onrf on nH their tralas *nd
give their   ���������''��� *'*'.  un   excellence    <tt
service not  obialnnhle ��lsewher<>.
If. fl. ROWE, Goderal Agent.
134 Third St, cor. Alder. Portland, Or.
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Still in the field for Job
Printing
When S competitor tells you we
are not In business now, you can place
an estimate upon Wn value and place
an order with us. You can rely on
our word as well as our work.
E.  M.   DOMINY,  Pr<-fj.
Will leave New Westminster for ChilH-
wack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SAT
URDAY.
at 8 a.m., calling _t following points:
l-aramond, Haney, Langley, Olen VaJ-
I ley, Whonnock, Rusklri, Sllverdale, Mt..
I..hman, Matsqui, Mission, Hatzlq
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas ani
Chilliwack. Returning leaves Chilli,
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 a.m. Excellent passengw
accomodation.   Lowest Freight rate..
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THE  DAlti  ftK WEL
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Lawn Mowers {
ALL   PRICES. $
WEDNE8DAY, APR|
Hi.
___*(.
��� na..
Coffees
"EMPRESS"   Ball-bearing   with
Five  Blades.
ALSO
"CLEAN CUT" Ball-bearing and
Other Styles.
Anderson & Lusby
:
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Give. us a trial in
THIS WEEK   ONLY.
j GAS AND GASOLINE MANTELS AT
LESS THAN COST.
this line.  We carry Tie PeaiSOn Elcdlic Co.
The Best
Mocha and
!
Java Coffee
procurable, and can
satisfy any taste,
well as any
pocket.
(Successors to T. Mowbrey
Electric Works)
BANK   OP   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
PRONE 331.
P. 0, BOX 928
as
(The Dally News is not responsible,
for the opinions of its correspondents.)
THE BOODLE FUND.
Editor Dall.  News:
Sir,   1 am glad to see that the Daily '
News lias called  public  attention  to
the   disgraceful   tactics   of  the   Tory
parly in this province.    That  such iv
barefaced  piece of jobbery and graft
should  be       ' " trated   by   thos,.    to ,
whom has been entrusted the admin- ���
isirai vi of our public affairs i.. a pain- ;
fully startling revelation  to those or.
us who began to think that we had
passed v    '���' ' days of political crook- I
edness and dishonesty.
Whilst  the filching of    the   public.
purse for purel.   party purposes   and
thai   this  i.-.  Hi" oui..  and  only object '
of   the   Conservative   wire   pullers   Is
too clearly evident���is sufficiently reprehensible, the attempt to profit at the
polls '_' thi   removal of the names of;
voters on  the opposition Bide Is an
Inflnitel.   worse piece of villainy,    tt
seems to m<* to be nn altogether unconstitutional proceeding and Liberals
will do well to resent this assault upon  their constitutional  rights by th-e I
strongest  possible means In their po- <
wer.
For >.ars the Tory organ In tins ���
city has been pouring forth its viper-,
ous-onslaughts upon the head of thej
noble premier of Canada and the Li.h-���
eral part} generally, charging that the
public  funds   haw  been  grossly   mis-1
appli  il to I st the Liberal c_,\___, ami
I know not what else alexia this l"Vi,.
of assertion,   We know, *^ry vye/, l|Klt
these    charges    __���_,*���.$,    .,., -     utterly
groundless -.nti. that, the boRiInlon disbursements on publicity account have
been fate and  husixreas uke at    an
[times.   But Vliat can be said of this
| brrt.en   revelation   of   dishonesty,   ol
jrTill that, is worst in the shape of corruption,  on  the   part  of the  McBride
administration.     And   whal   can   any
right   minded   citizen   think   of     this
i
1 would be righteous Conservative organ
when it participates openly In tins
vast Bchem. of graft and boodle, receiving into its coffers for its support
and maintenance a goodly portion Of
the vast sum that i- being so wrongfully taken from the public purs.'.
1)1.111 . I r.l).
New  W'.'stiiiins er, April 20,  1909,
Important
Announcement
Mem�� Corsets j
Models Ready
ALL THE NEW
SHOWN IN OUR
CORSET DEPARTMEN.
Nemo Comets are a combination of perfect comforl and smart style.  Nemo corsets
are practical figure-builders and remodelers.
Every Nemo does something for you
that no other corset can do.
Nearly every w man (in every country
where corsets arc worn) knows that the
Nemo Self-Reducing
IS ill- OJJ
irset ever made that really
Sewing Machines
i Singer and Wheeler & Wilson)
Talking Machines
t Victor and   Edison)
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
RECORDS,   PIANOS,   ORGANS.
J. H. Todd's Big Music Hoase
COLUMBIA STREET.
PATRONIZING   THEATRES.
Editor Daily  News,
Sjfr, 1 iissiidy one explanation ol
tin- poor attendance at the opera house
on Saturday night, referre I to by
"Playgoer" In your Issue of this morn-
ling, is the fact that |1.50 u.is charged
for the lust seats while in Vancouver
they were only .1.00. This Is the tirst
season that any discrimination against
New Wv .ni nster has been made���the
same thing having occurred with '"Mar-
j rying Mary."
AXOTHER PLAYQOKK,
New Westminster, April 19, 1909.
���* i -���- ��� ���
ALEX. MATHESON
Boot and Shoe Store
Just   opened   with  an  'iitiiv-.iy.   Rew
stock of
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.    TRV   THEM.     A
GOOD  ST0SK  FOR  SALE  BY
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS,
fellard  -lock, fview Westminster    .
��  !
BOWLING
I
helpsa Btou. woman to reduce her abdomen
with perfect comfort and hygienic safety���
$3.00 to $10.00,
For Slender Figures
Almost equally famous are the Nemo
"Willow-Shape" (with the novel Flatning-     .��
Back  Skirt], the "Military Beit"   Corset, rAjJlli 5tu= -Reducing
the wonderful "Back-Resting" Corset, and ls,4��5 " '^iefBands
the chic "Swan-Shape" -all for slender and medium figures?.
See our new Nemos, if you wish to know Fashion's latest
word on the all-important subject of corsets.
So many inquiries had been made at our Corset Department in the past for
NEMO CORSETS that we decided to procure the agency for this particular
make of Corsets. After securing samples and investigating we saw the many
distinguishing advantages which NEMO CORSETS displayed in comparison
with other makes. We had no hesitation in giving them a place in our Corset
Section. The announcement that these Corsets can now be had at this store
will prove welcome news to many women who have worn with satisfaction
NEMO CORSETS. Ask to see the new models at the Corset Department. We
picture here several of the new styles.    We are sole agents in New Westminst?;.
Wbr Slir Up tbe Dust?
Buy '_ Vacuum Cleaner. Broom, a^ri
carpet sweepers make dust and pi*ick
the dirt more solidly. A V*.uum
Cleaner lifts It out by silc-iDn force.
No dust.      No noise.      r<fO !.'�����' ,r.
Tonight1 th,.. Salmon Bellies s-nd a
I team to Vancouver to meet the Ter-
Iminals. following the Vancouver
'tourney next week, on Thursday, April
i29, there wiJJ be an attractive feature
j at the local alUvs when Seattl,. will
.send seven two-men feams, Vancouver as uiiin/, and Westminster will t>e
iYi'.U represent*^ Ig nu endurance con-
;tcst b''i?i_ti.i�� at .:-? ..111., and last-
(ing twelve hours. At the Vancouver
[tourney it Is expected there win be a
���tram from the Dominion Trust Company, and many Westminster bowlers
'will  go    over    to    the    banquet    on
April 28,
Tke fc_-.itri. Post-Intelligencer il
paling the cosl of a telegraphic league
cnnte.-t in which Son train���Isco, lyos
Aug-lfs,   ne;',\er  and   Seattle  Hi   well
4i$ New Westminster and Vancouver
Wlll take part. The -cores Ol each
t>"iin will be distributed to each competitor free, prior to the Seattle con-
gre-8.
-Dre.s-Adjustind
N�� 200
v0m
c -*���"" 5e_ Reojdnc
N.J20... raretii--*am
r (^
"*.    Self Rtouciko
w" Flatninq Back 3pihi IM521'
I
||i     Spring Shoes
Doane, BaiW &. McKay
(Successor* to B. W. Cook)
Front   St.,  Dbfciinion   Trust   Building.
INQUIRE   INTO   MERGER
OP HARRIMAN LINES
Portland, Or.. April 20,���The lp.su-
ance of subpoenas today dereloped the
fact'that the hearing of the lnti-rstat'.
commerce commMston in the matter
of th,. alh.ped merger of the Union
and Southern Pacific, which Is to |�� v
place here, will begin  May ;l.
FOR LADIES AND
GENTLEMEN
lf you ure looking for something at- '
tractive in this   line   call in and In-
ep'Tt our stock.
Why Pay Rent?
ALEX. MATHESON
:
:
$350 CASH
BUYS 7-ROOMED  MODERN HOUSE ON THIRD AVENUE, WELL
LOCATED.      BALANCE  EASY   TERM*.       LET   US   GIVE   YOU
MORE PARTICULARS.
Boot and Shoe Store ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
!
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd A
:   ���
++++++++++++++++++++++++k t ������wwwwwww.
J
ANtfrTHE'R SHIPMENT OF
Ladies9
Neckwear
Novelties
i
JUST \H
THE NEW SHOWING CONSISTS
OF LACt COLLARS, LACE YOKES,
FANCY TABS, JABOTS, EMBROIDERED LINEN COLLAR8, RgCHINGS,
WASH STOCKS, MU8LIN, WASH
TIES, MU6LIN BOW8, ETC., IN A
HUNDRED   OR   MORE   8TYLE8.
to
ew
Tourist
Ruching
ATTRACTIVE AND SERVICEABLE STYLES FOR SUMMER WE*",
MADE OF FINE WHITE LAWN OR
PERCALES WITH COLORS C*
PLAIN WHITE BORDER. ALSCr
COLORED SATIN AND BATISTE
FRILLING. YOU MUST SEE THE
RANGE DISPLAYED TO APPRECIATE THE BEAUTY AND USEFULNESS OF THE NEW VARIETIES.
_l
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE EOR WOMEN'S WEAK.

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