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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WH,TE, SHILF3 & Gfc.
NEW WESTMINSTER.. B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
""���_eO"C-TOmbia St.   Phone 85.
NET. WESTMINSTER, B. 0, THURSDAY MOANING, APRIL 8, 1909.
PREPARE FOR SEASON
BIM CLUB MEETING IS
SEE FOR GOOD FRIDAY
CENTS PER COPY.
BOYS NEfD NO L0N6EH  ROYAI ASSENT GIVEN
^TEAL OVER PENCE   TO THIRTY-NINE BILLS
J
Attractive  List of Eight Events to Be
^geS    Predict   Vei7|       Competed for Tomorrow
Kim mention     SUM// ..KING SCHEME
ORGANIZED^, KNIOHTS     | rf K mmm
Heavy Run of Fish -Carls
Are Scarce.
.inni for the salmon-canning
.( piov-a... i .-��� s ar���will be
V|C0_ Ul   l-v'
R swing o_ v.,   Prase, river by
Leadof t_a �����*     **
r     |arg, ;   .       i | cannery em-
P^. tov<.   |,v    ror   Steveston to
rouiin   of   their duties,
Donors of Prizes.
I}*',
lake up
tb-
early nu
: ..'unj because
the  sea-son  are
and more exteusii e
.1 of a_i ordin-
i annei lea, all <ii
, prepaxatious
MctffvilJ _*��*
^Istliecasi ���
^tifd run Of Ssli
Tin- .'v-a.-:   '   'V |
rticb will be Is   ������ ��� ration, ate this
tboaliing plan* tor a l,,tal V'iCii of
gp oases of  ���' ,M""      While this
��� yay large pack, ii la not so large
��� wis the pack ol 1905, the last "big"
to.   la 1905 the total pack of sal-
i.ii the Fraser amounted to 1,167,-
��� cases. There seem, to be an
||_k>_ among tie- packers that Uie
ti--'   ' ��� * catch of lish  will  not
its large as was the take of 1905.
hophedee trf * ama ter iiaok this _ea-
ta��.. based, i; la said, ;<_ some est-
��� en the gradual decline of the
��� fiver fisheries during the i��ast
tail On theother hand there arc
\m pioneer canners who declare
bhave faith In ilie Indian predio
Accompanying u a  ist ol the events
at tbe   annual Qua   __ub    Bhool  .,,
Moody square tomorrow   commencing
at 9:30 o'clock.     As a .��� -.,  ,..,.u ..
Interesting    program  I        >,., ���    ���..
ranged.     Refreshments   will be pro-
vlded, and visitors are iaviti d
The fcmorg ���f    Bpecla-    ., J/iis fo_
events ,u.  ft( follows.
Ten    birds���i,    Cunningham Hard-
ware Co.; -, Thomas Trapp- _  Dr .
P. Smith.
Cttteeg. birds���1, Anderron & Kus.
by; a, G. Speck; ::. Oalbraith fi Bon;
1. w. c. Chamberlio
T>went;   bWls���1, J. j   Mackay;   2.
Hon.  \v.    Norman    Hoi.        :   W   H.
Mal kin A Oo.; 4. Reichenbach fi t'o.
Team shoot, 26 birds    Capt, __,,,.,**,
Twenty birds ignn to lie kepi ,u hip
till   birds  l.ave  trap) ���1   Reid  &   (������.;
2, T. J. Trapp &    Co.; J, p, Trapp; 4
F.  It.  Stewart.
Doubles, io birds���i, McLennan ft
HcPieely; 2, Thomas qifford, M I., A.;
8, F. R. Smith.
Ten birds, non-members���1. c. Mr.
Lesn,; 2, S. Wilson; 3, Huh Barber
Bhop.
Team shoot, __ birds���Club.
Many    <Basebal) Association to Give'Supply Bill For $4$,000.000
Signed By Governor-Gen-!
eral- House Adjourned.
Tickets  to   All   Fans
Short Pants.
Principal    Officers of Knights    of Py-j
thias Found New Association��� Change ill Plans of B.C.E. R.
in
4
, trlcl
Other  Districts  Follow.
Vancouver last    evening*', di.--
convehtion of the pasi chancel-
lch a v,ew to developing a greater j    Ottawa, April 7.���In the senate this,,- . ^_     ^_
""">'- ':- ��� ebali among the youth -afternoon, the governor-general gave, i Bnmd l0dge raPre"��ntatIves
"' ""' Li; ���'������ ' a i utlve of the West- i n.yai assenl to the sunpl. bill for for Si . ,nIfi'Us ��f Pythlas was fortned-
minster Baseball  association '  ' 'Tht> m
CoBiinued on  Pa^  Hlx.)
IN C0._l.RT CH.    .
(IVES FINE PROGRAM
tractive   Selection  of  Old   Scottish
Aire Rendered by Visiting Company���Large  Attendance.
Ill- a'.'.t-.l-.iin a tb. Imperial
if.:i Om ert Companj al the Opera
-'-��� - evening, while not aa large
���sic_d !,,i,,. been, reflected the
WKtortst in this jierformancf un
lertheauspii-. 0| tin Sons of Sooi-
"i. Mimics l_ thi concert left lit-
pte be desired, and the rounds at
���" ; - ..:,.. time after
:ht' ani���:,-, ,,,,_ g, nerou_ with
..'*...
J!'"     1 Sea |    Gram has a line
Put nice an,]   ,hany of tlu. (>ld
,IU '-' ���    - be, opportun-
p��cellent Blnglng.     Ameng her
���decUiuu w t.  "Banks of Loch
WM.""Uln.. Boanets .,,-, tb,. Bor-
F��ml"Coming Thro
Pre** an
wi m
ij_Hamllt0D ���    acaretully
m tenor voice, ,��� ;���i] Hlfhtead
m '��� *������������< The Braes of
! -   wtoHe an-
_'"?bl"r"'1 " came rrom
.::"' ���   Laird O!
Illustrated the
, ���        Mth  ehep
ith,''' :!'    u"' Mls<
,' ng n idering
fe
giVi :i   to
hw ,,' ��� i"'--   ongs of
. ar_d in ��
and     trough! out
iis quaint
ianlst, wbo a so
tho   ���  duties
success, and
i,���   . '"": -   "l" l,
1
'he Rye,"    1"
��;is    in -isle,I
'
|fcber.0l
y
Psnm" ��-'
b"-" ______���
TIDAL WAVE DOES BIG
DAMAGE IN SOUTH SEAS
Three Consecutive Rolls Destroy Many
Houses and Wreck  Small
Craft  Near  Tahiti.
Sun FVanclsco, April T.���Gi.ait dam-
<a,^e was don*' by a tidal wave that
swept over the Islands of Rlotonga
ami Moorea Uarch 15, according to
report, brought by the steaffi*h1p
tfarlposa, arriving today from Tahiti.
The wave came toward the shores or
the islands in three successive rolls.
destroying many bouses and wrecking
small craft. For a time the steam
������hip Manapourl, bound from Wellington to Papeete, was in the tail of the
storm and had trouble in malting port.
Mo loss of life waa reported among
the natives, though property worth
thousands of dollars was ruined The
tiday wave i< attributed to reoenl volcanic eruptions in  New Zealand
in   sol
ema    ��� ���'     ������    vnbll.    yesterday
evening decided to giro complimentary
",1" **������ To :'" Inter eague game. piay��
���il hen,, this -eason to all bo\s under
fourteen year, of ng,.. Kill. Turner,
Beci-tarj ol the aseoclaUon, has as-
��umed the ou roils task oi distributing
the pasteboards, and will also be the
final judge aa to an applicant's agej
Turner is to be found al J. C. Blair's
cigar store, Columbia street.
A resolution was passed empowering an umpire to order off the fi.-ld any
man using profane or abusive an-
guage,
Final arrangements wer.. made for
th,. double header games to be played
tomorrow afternoon at Que-n's park,
V eight   millions   and   to   thirty-eight
i.   b< r  bills,   inc tiding  bil.s   respecting
ih,-  Kootenaj   Centra)  Railway,  Van
i-ouiei.   Westminster    <>,���   Yukon   ltilil-
way. Bank   of   Vancouver,    Hun,n.l.
, Westminster and   BoonAarj    Rallwaj
.nd Navigation Company, British Co-
.timbia Life Assurance Company, and
Vanoouver, Fraser Valley an l Mouth
ern   Railway.     Parliament    then ad-
.OUraed  till Tuesday  next.
HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS
FOUND  AT   ST.  BONIFACE
Winnipeg, April 7.���Lengthy documents of groat historical value which
Itave  lain  hidden    for almost  half a
one,    o'clock,
nils     face    the
and   the
t'ubs  tWO
the field in
when the Balmorals meet the Russ, is ' *''n-UI>   w,r-'    discovered    yesterday
alternoon when Lhe old St, Hon.face
Cathedral was raised to the level of
tin- corner..tone at the front base ol
tho venerable structure. When <the
last pier,,, of solid nvasonry had hi-en
lifted from the hollowed stoni a compact cedar box of small dimensions
was ���UwlcH'od within a foot or two of
the ground. It wit-, in a perfect state
of proser\_Uo_ and contained in two
glass receptAclei01 carefully scaled with
red w-,i\. a complete record of the
Catholic church In western Canada
prior to 1R6E. together with several
small ��old medaJs representing tb<*
emblems of tile Oblate order under
Whose auspices the edifice was erected
at ha'.past
.'oung Libit
hotu.   la ;er.
The following will tak
th�� Pi-coad  match:
Vounfi Liberals���Bayce, p.; Mill-.
c; Digman, lb.; Campbell, 2b.; silver. p-_; Fitzgerald, 3b.; Mannerlng,
rf.; Welsh, cf.; Amlerberg, If. Spar*',
Itninnon.
Cubs���Vernon, p.; Cunningham
(capt.),   r ; Davidson,   lb.; Peebles.
2b.; Robinson, sa.; Adams, 8b.; Wllkie, rf.; Tidy (coach). If.; Milne, If,
Snares, ..harpe, Robertson am) Be&
All the .hove-namey, players are -��-
quested to be at Queen's park at 10
a.m. for final workout.
ENGLISHMEN PROPOSE
PARLIAMENTARY TU.K
"ORT" MAYOR ARRESTED
ON BLIND TlflfR CHARGE
BANFF   VISITORS   SPENT
$2,500,000  LAST  YEAR
naturally  the
WltOle   eoni-
Accordlng to the annua; statement
of Howard Doug.ass superintendent
of the Rocky Mountain Park the
tourists  .i.s,ting Banff let; there last
year marly    $_.; ,000.     He figure
om thai during the year 32,208 tourists visit.-.1 HanlT and thai each tourist averaged an expenditure of $7.".. 11..
belli v.-s that    tbat   estlmi
low.     Of the visitors 7609 vine from
|Dm  United States,     Man)  are Cro a
Canada and others from eve       ������
the  wm 1<I.      Travel  to  ihe  pari
been  Increasing    ve >    rapl lly.     In
1898 the total numb i of yisltoi. wi i
7889,     There has bei n ���     rong in-
crease ever sine-,    i,
regarded as a good year, even tl
the  numbers were    large]   than anj
previous year, because of *h< T<
Unary al Quebec   and   many exhibl
tiofks In Europe, which attrai ��� d
p'������  in   tho -���  dii-Oi Oi
London, April 7.���A movement Is on
foot to organize a parliamentary and
municipal tour ol Canada nexl autumn. Percy Alden, Liberal member
of parliament for Tottenham, is taking
the initiative in   response to the ex-
Lake View, Ohio, April 7.���Mayor
Chares S. Miller and four otiiv citizens were arrested on tin. charge of
conducting "blind tigers.,' The mayor
was elected on a "dry ' platform, He
Is agieni for the Ohio Electric Traction
Company and is accused of S Hing the
action
|v      I ��� sir,- of Karl Hrey, ��� W
frid Laurier, and the mayor- of the J Hquor from a back door of th
principal cities of the Dominion. Pre-1station.
mler Asquith i   ��� vincing the strongest i <	
sympathy  with tbe proposal. Japanese Dine at  White  House.
Wa bington, A|ii-ii ".-in   honoi of
owing oflieers were elected:
President, A. H. Ferguson, vice-president, II, .1. Ainsiie; secretary-treasurer, ll. K. Reid. The officers named
above belong to No 2 district, which
comprises Vancouver and New Westminster and North Vancouver, and 'he
Immediate organisation of the district
is to promote the best interests of
the order in n'g.tni lo legislation to
be brought forward al the grand
lodge session in. Rossland on May 12.
Certain resolutions were brought
forward, which will he passed on to
the ittbordlnate lodges for approval,
i and will be submitted later to the
(convention which will be he-Id in this
' city in the first week of May. The
Intel tion is to form district conventions in each of the seven districts
into which the grand domain Is divided. Those present at the meeting
last night from the Westminster lodg
es w.re .V. II Ferguson, M. W, Minthorne and .1. W. Mahoney.
Will Not Affect Construction of Chilliwack Line.
REFUSE MINERS' DEMANDS
AT OPERATORS' MEETING
Pennsylvania  Coal   Men   Submit   Prop
osition to Continue Expired Wage
Agreement for Three Years,
Philadelphia, April 7.���The operators his afternoon refused all of the
anthracite coal miners' dem.inds and
submitted, Instead, a proposition to
continue the reeesi expired wage
agreement for a term of three years,
ending Starch 31, 191.
To give the miners time to consider
th" proposition! thp conference adjourned until I o'clock tomorrow al-
tornooti.
���pending the outcome of the confer-
nnees between the Operators and district leaders, the miners nre working
under (he old wage agreement.
The B. ('. Electric Railway Company has abandoned Hie Sumas dyking scheme, owing to ihe excessive expenditure required as shown in the
fin;U reports of the engineers, The
.lea ision i- announci ��� officially as follows;
"The board of directors have decided in view of the prohibitive cost ot
reclaiming the Sumas distrio.t.--that
the. will not be ahle to proceed with
the scheme.
A la-tre sum of money has been
spent in making ihe most caieful survey of the works and estimates of cost
of alternative schemes-have been carefully prepared by the most eminenr
engineers obtainable.
"3. V is> Baron, C. E., ihe w*_l
known authority on land reclamation,
In his final report recently submitted
deal; in a most comprehensive and ex-
h.uistlve manner with every detail of
the undertaking. To carry out tbe
work :n the substantial .tanner i"
quired to make the 'cheme absolutely
^afie nnd permanent entailed a very
large increase over the original estJ-
rhates and as the revised estimates of
cost exceed by a wry considerabl.
sum the amount which the companj
wa1* prepared to contribute, the board
felt Itself reluctantly compelled to
withdraw from the undertaking."
It s definitely understood that the
abandonment of the Sum:- lak'-
scheme will In no way affect the carrying ou of the construction of the
tram line to Chilliwack. Which will be
pushed to completion as rapidly a-
possi .Ip.
I
SCHOOL BOARD BUYS SITE
FOR SAPPERTON SCHOOL
The school   boa_d   has   purchased
from s  B. Buchanan of this city, five
:u res of land for a school site.      The
pric- paid was 16000.     The property
is situated in Sapperton on Richmond
Btreet, at the head of Hospital stree
It is rhe int.-iition of the school loar.l
to build a school to equal, If not so.
the I.ord KWvin school now  be
)���;     ���       eted in 'he West Knd.
Pro-;ress on Lulu Island Bridge. by the    famous
rogress is being mad., with.lary nan,I
the work on the    Lulu island bill ��� cri i !���������   he cal son of ibe p  o
en    completed, ai .  I
'    l|     ih;,,  p        ���,.. i!
v     ip to  the  ������>
It ..i  concrete,    Con-
Dl all I        being  e\   Q ,
ence' In  i Iving the pll�� ���   on Ing to
���v.. l encountered ar the
river.     Two �� ��� ���
are In use and a :l()i>0 pound hai,
Takutaro Sakal, commissioner general, and Hikljiro Wada, commissioner
of the Tokyo exposition, who arc In
ihi country In the interest of the
Japanese worlds fair, a dinner was
given at the White House last night.
Among the other guests who sat
down in the state dining room were
the Japanese ambassador and Baron-
ne. s Takahlra, Secretary of the Navy
Oeorge Von L. Meyer and Mrs Meyer,
and Secretary of the Interior R. A.
Ballinger. Atl innovation in the
in isii of Vi.. oci s -ion was that it was
Philippine Cons tabu-
French Prelates to Be Rebuked.
i'i is.   Vpril 7.   Tb-. in. eting of the
I   ��� n b Episcopate to be held ill Roi v
SILVER MEDAL CONTEST AT
ROYAL  TEMPLARS'  MEETING
After the regular meeting of the
Royal Templars of Temperance last
evening a silver ineaal elocution contest restricted to young men was sue
cessfully carried through. The competitors were; T. F. Phillips, "The
Lltile Shoes- F. Mark. 'At the Stroke
of Nine;" I., CarToll, "A Terrible
Charge;" A. Oxenbnry, "Th _atal
New _ea.s Eve;" _*, w Haggman,
"A Boy on Prohibition." The Jfidges
v. re Mrs. S. 0, Nicholson, Miss Hei
���na Crake, and F. o. ratified. Ar
iiiio oven ui)' received the medal,
amid much applauS. About 60 al
tended.
WEEKS OF NEGOTIATIONS
END IN AN AGREEMENT
P.   R.   Will    Recognise    Mechanics'
Union  in Future���Both  Sides
Appear Satisfied.
Winnipeg, April 7.���The .. P. li
mechanics have reached an agreement
with the company after weeks of negotiations. The main feature is that
th- men have gained the closed shop,
their union being recognized, and
While nothing else of a practical
valtte has been secured It opens up n
better asis for negotiation- with the
company next year.
Both the men nnd the company np-
peared fo be well satisfied with ihe
results. Positions are to he restore.'
io the strlkdrl In the inst trouble.
Grand   Master Will   Officiate.
fiugh  Fulton, of Ladysmlth, grand
master of the I. 0. u. F. for British
Wing students
t0 tbeir work
NEW   EATON  WAREHOUSE
WILL COST $60,000.
v
______-*u<H, T    Th"
Ntsod ti college,
.**���.. count of the
,)mi irinctpaiof
gS-ecil ""'W l^y-     The
cquie.ee
���v,
t-of.w.
m��-n
���^t'-TlV
E "1   F.res
'    vd   I at
/t0" i an ont
m^   threatened   th.
^ to
���Dark.'.'" ,,:V"
v.  * ��f
���v ri
Hi
���
.
Thej  me
:   the
Great
Winnipeg.  April    8.    The    building
nermil for   tbe T, Kaon   Co's new
warehouse  was  laken    out yesterday.
Work on the excavation for   _
dation lias been   goingi on foi
time,     it will lie of brick fo i
_l;h basement    The Un. n
be 66x188  feet and the cost, |6
The builder wi.i be 0  W   n
of Toronto
Querrie's  Query.
A   telegram  was  pl l
from Charlie Qiterrie. p
Teoomaeh Lacrosse ciui
r-tary Ryall wheth-,- the W'i
Lacrosse club woiib!  I "lily
Minto cup sanies on Jnly
No
repH   bis  yet been
nam d date ta nol
minster :   Doi u    ��� "' f0 pli,y
on holidays this     ���
Liner Wrecked  by   Explosion.
Lorlent, .ranee, AprTl 8.���An expfo-
il sea ofl the <...si wrecked the
in steamship Richard Paul.   A
pilot boat from Coocarneau saved the
crew
Vpril 18, on the occasion of the beati-1 Columbia, will offlclate nt the laying
.cation of i-ani.e n"Aiv. is expected to of the corner - one of the new Oddfe.--
resuli  in -  . era   Important decisions, I lows   block on Tuesday.  Vpril
enpeclalrj  wiih  regard  to the futore [joint oommlttee, composed of members
political attitude of French Catholics.
ii is reported thai disciplinary mailers re contemplated again*! Mgr.
fe. the archbishop of faris, for
:i passage In a diocesan address eoufl-
��� dllng resjM ct for the laws of the
republic, and against Mgr \lignof.
ll  hop Of foulon. nnd Mgf, IVi/et,
Archbishop of   Rouen,   for modernist
views.
of Royal Citj and \ini> lodges, has
b< ��� n appoint tl to fnaki arrangem, v .
for   he reception of tlie ���. i-and master
BOWLING.
Fishermen Carried Far Out
at Sea on Drifting Iceberg
m
Vpril    ".-   \oeording to ^-":
patches recetWH tod.ny  by  ihe I. k.n
An.'.vv''.  an  iceberg on  which  fifteen
;  I! is ian UberSMn were working, near Rig,., was driven toward the
open sea  today'by a heavy wind anil
only thirty-savsn were able to escape,
One version of the report says that
SbBSg overturned   rnr 0ll!   v
and that all of the 1 p.;. mo��� yrbfl had
been  unable    to    gel    ashore,    were
drowned.
Another despatch says that tho Iceberg Is still drifting far out to sea and
that scores of the fi-hermon have fallen ini.i the ocean and drowned.
Several boats have pul out to follow
the iceberg, nnd ifr possible to rescue
any  survivors.      It   Is  reported   that
jlli. men were   fishing    from the ice
The Ad Sp. ires did not show up to
compete with the Salmon Bellies at
Vancouver ������'- night; and in HJelr
placi Westminster found they Had to
go up against the Stars, wish the Wi>
lowing result:
VANCOUVER,
1.     2
���''Is [61     177
Vlb< rts 187   189
Steers 168      1.S7
Hockley ixi    in**
Hodge 20.    14!)
153
L'lJt
Lit.
178
201
lot.
i:n
B27
.ns
551
554
WHIPPING  POST USED
BY  WATTSBURG JUDGE
\ aBcouver,    B.   C,   April    7.- Th
pping posi   as a punishment   Was
brought Into use yesterday al Watts-
burg, a   mil ing    town    Vi  the Crows
Mi      Pass    district,      \  young
Anderson dthifessed to an at-
>a,l.   on    a    child.       Magistrate  A.   E.
Watts  vi��e him    the chOtfie of a ja:l
Behl r r  the  lash.      The  prisoner
Chosi the lash. He was stripped
and commanded to place liis hands
high above his head as he leaned for
w.i.1 against tbe flagstaff in the front
yard of the courthou-c lawn. ine
magistrate then applied the lash vi~
orousfy on his harea back. Ever.*
II vi... brought forth cries for rfiercf
Later Anderson left, the city.
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Total 2.4,1
SALMON BELLIES
pack when It broke from the mass and | Villotte
1.      2. 3.
SUlver 112   169 1117
Latham 144    143 191
,   ..138   171 166
..   ..175   1",!. 178
. ,   . .17.    150 i:,7
Gllchrls,
Murchie
was  carried .to
.ind tide.
hy the currents
,1
Total
Tot.
43.
#78
462
,-Ull
.86
2::?::
orrow The Dally News
will commence moving to Its
ne- home, the Hardman hall,
wcKen.le street, which has
 n secured foi the headquarters of this paper on -_ long
Friday's Issue of the
News Will be the last puhll-'hed
from the present location. Advantage Is being taken of the
ho Iday to transfer the machinery to the new home of the
News, publication of the paper
being suspended on Saturday
and Monday mornings In eon-
gequence,
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THE   DvVILY  NEWS.
*������ 1903,
Classifi
ertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
Extract from a business man's letteer:   "A  real dyed-in-the-wool, name-blown-in-the-bottle success insurance policy can only be bought by advertising. You must advertise and keep on advertising   And
to invest twenty thousand dollars in judicious advertising than sink the same amount in suburban real estate."      Whoever sells good advertising sails business, sells income, sells bank accounts ' W':' P3y yo** b��ter
the man who talks of advertising as an expense does not know the first letter of the alphabet that makes up tho word, to describe advertising.      Watch   our   Classified    Columns    and    b       o    i     9r��Wth  "^ pr09rw��  and
Vinccd   that   advertising '
PERSONAL.
ARCHITECTS.
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial (lie companion for
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver,
WANTED.
WANTED���Girl for general housework. Apply in the evenings. Mrs.
W. G McQuarrie, Second street and
Fourth avenue
WANTED ��� FURNISHED COTTAGE
or housekeeping rooms, close In.
Address R. C- Stanley, Windsor
Hotel.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN* G. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, AltCHl
tects, Gulchon block. P. O. Box
772.     phone 232.
AUCTION   SALE
LIVERY STABLE.
RING    I P   250   FOR   HACKS   AND
smart  turnouts.    The  Fashion Stables.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
OUR SALE
2:3d p.m. and
i loier. jeweler
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS.   JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
Of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc.  Satisfaction  guaranteed.
TODAY    OF JEWELRY |    Columbia street. New Westminster.
REAL ESTATE.
I
WANTED���A buyer for good rooming j
and boarding hou-v; 15 rooms, good
terms.    Address A.  R. C, Daily NeWs
Office.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
Till'.    PEARSON     ELECTRIC " Cii.
dealers    in    eletcrlcal    machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
WANTED���To buy all kinds of fowl, j
pigeons and ducks; also eggs.   Box
Z, Daily News Office.
FOUND.
ELOCUTION.
FOUND���A PURSE CONTAINING
money in bills etc. Owner can have
same by applying to Bayce, 644 Carnarvon Street; proving property and
paying for this ad.
HELEN HADGLEY, TEACHER OF
elocution, ph>-sical culture a,nd dramatic art. Every Monday, 3 to S
p.m. Knights of Pythias hall, or 992
Hornby Street, Vancouver. Phono
B3535.
MACHINE   WORKS.
"HI. SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster, Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MUSIC.
FANC.   POULTRY, EGGS, ETC.
FOUND���Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply P. O. Box 148.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���One of the best residential sites in the city, facing Moody
Square; three lot.s with 150 feet
frontage on Eighth street; corner.
Price $1500;  $400 cash, balance $20
a month.
795, city.
Particulars,    apply  Box
OR SALE���Two corner lots on the
new B. C. E. R. cut off, close to city
limits; $225 each; 1-4 cash, balance
6 and 12 months. Apply Box 837,
City.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
.breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cocknds for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Bnff Leghorns, etc.; eggs tor
hatching. Write your requirements.
EGGS FOR HATCHING��� S. C. Brown
Leghorns;  good layers;  $2 per set-
till _ of 18.     Hans Voglsang, poultry
expert,  836   Keefer  street,  Vancouver. B. C.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Antelli, R. A. M��� London, Eng.,
ami of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac., Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
sitiging and harmony.
FOR SALE���"Riverview,' City of New
Westminster; 3 lots in Ali.-erta st���
1 corner lot, 133x60, 2 lots, 133X.0;
price $1000; cash $250, balance 6, 1- !
and 18 months. Cook _. Ross, 323
Front street, opp. Market, New
Westminster.
FOR SALE���30 acre farm, 6 miles
from New Westminster on Fraser
river, never flooded, drained and
fenced, good house and barn, ready
for crop; boats call at wharf daily;
railway within half a mile; schools
and etc, close. Cash $ 1500; balance, in three years.     Cook & Ross,
REAL.   ESTATE.
PEERS & RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby properly a
special l.v Room 7 Hamley block.
P. ii. BO.  168, phone 364.
323 Front street,
Westminster.
opp. Market, New
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
FISH AND GAME.
BENSON  & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
Begbie st.
J. I. MURRAY _ CO. PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
Streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking .-Hable for horses. Horses
for sale.   Reference furnished.
ROOMS TO RENT.
FURNITURE.
I
W.    E.    FAliEB,    THE
Dealer, Upholsterer and U idertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets
Phone 176, night call 81.
i
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let in suite, of two for light
housekeeping. All steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN URO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MALlNd, I...lu-l'H.VKU & CO., LTD.,
,i. ii. Vldal, a. P., Manager Real Estate Department.     Phones loo and
.1211.
FOU-rt   FINE   RESIDENTIAL   LOTS
in tiiirnaby, overlooking the coy,
one .lock from city tram; $150 oacn,
i-l cash, balance in 2 years.
EIGHTY ACRES FRUTl LAND IN
Surrey, J miles lrom Westminster
bridge; $-00 worth of cedar, half
mile from G. N. Railway and Eraser
river; only $:i0 per acre and easy
terms. Five-acre blocks in this vicinity ai- selling at $75 to $100 pel-
acre.
A FINE LOT ON FOURTH STREET,
 1    neur Sixth avenue, only $400.      ln-
HENRY'S   NURSERIES ���  PACIFIC |    veaOgate this.
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bec 160 ACRES IN SURREY, INCLUDING
supplies,    etc.      3010    Westminster'    80 acres of best land in tho district
road.   Vancouver,   and   branch   nur-,    and timber equal in value to price
sery at South Vancouver. of land    This is a   snap at $2400;
___________________________     easy terms.
EIGHTY ACRES AT CLAYTON, SUR-
rey, at $">0 per acre; some improvements; good terms.
SIXTY ACRES IMPROVED FARM
near Cloverdale, dwelling, harn,
chicken nouses, sheds and etc., orchard, good creek, 7 acres under cultivation. This must be sold at
once hence tho price is low���below
market price. $1500 cash wlll handle it, balance on time.
160 ACRES IMPROVED FARM IN
Langley, house, barn, outbuildings-
bearing orchard, 30 acres cleared,
balance easy clearing; rich black
loam soil. This is a bargain at |
$10 per acre and should be a moneymaker for some one hut "first come
first served."
ROYAE  CITY   REALTY    COMPANY'
Columbia  street,  near  tram   Office
phone 433.    Real estate and insurance.
FOUR NICE IX)T8, a half .lock from
Columbia Street, between Keary and
Alberta Btreets, Sapperton, tor $27,,
each.   Lots abutting are worth $500.
YOU can have your choice of 11 nice
chared lots in the West End for
$175 each, on easy terms. Also 2
double corners |j_ the West End ai
$17,", each,  Half ea*.
FIVE GOOD  LOTS on  Eighth Avenue
near Moo.iy Square al $250 each.
These will stand an advance for
quick turnover.
WE have 5 acres of good black soil
two ami one-quarter miles from this
city, easy clearing, on the North
road for $650, half cash, Balance 6
and 12 months.
WOODWORKING.
cablne,
*��*  furnished.   .,.  Broo_e8,3
���   -IneMhl
1    'UTio.el
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
��-0   ''       *MIT. LODGE"   .;���,.
l:'" reguU UU   lotj
an- hold In Oddl ial] ,     '���
bla street,  _v,
:"  s o'c-oek.   .las. Ferguson
grand.    YV. ,
prletor.
Wo
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and car
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173.
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PAPER   HANGING   _   DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM j
Mouldings,    Burlaps   and    Barillas;
house  painting,  kalsoinining,  paper |
hanging     and     decorating.      Sixth
street, New Westminster.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, phone 334.
6-ROOM HOUSE ON EIGHTH ST.,
electric  light.    $1500.  Easy  terms.
1 ACRE IN BURNABY CLOSE TO
car lisie; l", minutes from city. $750,
terms.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
FURNITURE* S' J- RITC11IK' ARMSTRONG BLOCK
(over John-ton's shoe store).   Car
bon and platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
PRINTERS.
TO RENT���ONE  LARGE  FURNISH-
��d  bedroom,  also  one    small  one.
Terms reasonable.     Apply 287, Vic-!
toria street.
HOUSE TO RENT.
FOUR  ROOMED  HOUSE ON  CAR1-
boo Street.    Mrs. D. D. Bourke.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Cnurch.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, hea I
cheese, etc.
JEWELRY.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; I ..-t work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Dally News Block, Sixth
street.
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,
PROFESSIONAL.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, II. ('.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Gulnn _ Falrley, phone
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B.  C.
C. HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 14, Guichon Block, New
Westminster.   P. O. Box 795.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND
veyor. Ellard Kock, Now
minster, B. C.
SU It-
West-
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block. Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Bog 196.
Telephone 64
LAUNDRY.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAI,
Avenue and Buckle Street. Now i-
tho time to gel curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
WADE,  WHEALLER &  MeQUARRIE
IF. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, VV.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barrls-
��� tew, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
i Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 6, Royal Hank Chambers, 408  Hastings Street west.
DIAMOND & CORBOULD, SIXTH
street.
FOR SALE���HALF MILE WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only $6 a foot; will be worth $25 a
foot in a year's time. Compare
this with other prices.
FoR SALE��� 12.-ACRE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation-, close to tram, school,
store, etc.. $130 an acre. Cheap at
$200 an acre.
SECOND HAND  STORE.
ROSE  OF    COLUMBIA  LODGE (
115,  Sons  ol    i: : lan ,    B.S,
Rose    Degree   meets   i a
fourth   Wednesday  of each mont)
in K. of P. hall, Agm        .- u
p.m.     White Rose    Degree, fourt
Wednesday   In   each   month, sani
time and | lace,     Visiting brew
cordially    Invited.     Geo,   i'/iw
pres.; H. Disney, i
A. (). IV W. -FRA8ER LODGB 1
Meetings   the  _   I  and third Tn
day in each month    Visiting br.
ren    cordially    invited    to   iittMi
Lodge room, A  0, I'. W. hull, oil
fellows' block, Clarkson street
COURT BRUNETTE, NO W\
���Meets the fourth   Friday in t|
month at    8 o'clock,   in the
ball,  Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL  ORDER OP GAOL.
Aerie No. 20   Mi ets every Tiiei
evening at 8 p.m.   in   the   Kagi*.
hall, Columbia stre. |     ,\ Clad.
Pros.; H. Schofleld, Secretary,
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OK
perance  meet every W d     l.t. I
s p.m., in Oddfellows hall, foiiatf
street.
WE   BUY   AND   SELL FURNITURE*'. SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suburban property.
200 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & GO . LTD. REAL Estate and Insurance Phone 335. 186
Columbia St., P. O  drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth street, $17
per month.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.H.C. A__UTT
Manager). Real estate, Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street, P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
and all kinds of new and .secondhand goods. A. Speck, near Tram
office.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN    BUNTING,      ROOM    14,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM     STENOGRAPHY      AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co-
l.mbia Btreet    Phone 62.
BOciatlon, Lord of the Isles Ca<
191���Meets on the flrst and *
Tuesday of every month in K- of |
ball.    Chief W. Sutherland.
, I. O, O. F.���ROYAL   CITY  LOB
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows'
Columbia street, very Friday e��|
ing at S o'clock Visiting breUwi
will be made welcome. (", . Kfll
N. G; C. E. Osborne P 0, tttm
��ig secretary.
TAILORS.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFM
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
nigh!      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE, "(Mrs! Archer," proprietress I. Four courses, consisting of
soup, lish, boiled entree or ioast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
GALVIN, 32 Sixth street; ladies' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
in ladies' and men's suitings. Press
ing and repairing, on short notice
Phone  B350.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOU.E,
Lome street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
tho season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug  Store.
OTHER    FRATERNAL   SOClffll
include the Union I/)dge, Ne. 9,1
F. and A. M ; King SolomOl Wj
No. 17, A. F, ami A. M.; L OV
No. 1160; L. 0. L., No. I58.*1
Sapperton, No. 4683, I 0. F-; C
P., Court Westminster, Na
Brotherhood of Owls. Nest No
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER!
Columbia and Eighth. High-class j
moving pictures, Illustrated BOtlgs..
Program changed Monday, Wed es-l
day und Friday.
BOARD   OF   TRADE   NEW W>i
minster Board ol .rade meettfcl
hoard room. City Hall, as ,lllk"l
Third Thursday   of   each nn
quarterly    meetings   en
Thursday of .   bruary,
and November, al 8 p-ni
meetings on the Hard ThuN.
Feibrunry.     \eu members W.
proposed and electi I Bl BDJ RW"]
ly or   quarterlj    meeting
Stuart-Wade, Bei n tars
the  m
May, Ausi*
.ll��U|
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh Pork   Sausages daily.
Best of  Farmer's  Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market -$?=*
^o+o+o+o+c>+<x>+Cr+<Kj+-)+c1+o o+o+o+o+o+Q+co+o+c,+c+n+c)+ri
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
NEW HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE, TWO LOTS  REASONABLE TERMS.
Phone 192
McM.NEMY . ANIIr.R.lf,
Columbia St.
Dominion Trust Co.
NOTICE.
New Westminster  District.
District of New Westminster.
of
1020,   'Innce  west   20   chain.-,   v. _
south 80 chains, thence east IS c_ I
more or less to Ajmmenraoa Channel,
thence northerly along the  shon
the point of commencement, c< ���
Ing 160 acres more or less.
HARRIET FORD,
M. L. GORDON. Agenl
5    T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.	
5 MONEY   TO    LOAN
���*a*o* O��K>K>*00*O*OK>K>*O*0O*0*O^^ .
Take notice, thai  Harriet  Ford.
Pitt Meadows, It. ('., occupation mar
ried lady, intends to apply for permis-
Biou  to    purchase    the    followln,-; de-jMAK.  YOUR  APPEAL to the pu.
-cribed lands:  Commencing at a post      through the columns of THE
planted at the southeast com.:- ol Lot;    NEWS.   The Morning Paper,
IT   PAYS  TOADVERTISE
-IN
THE        D A  I   L V
NEWS
Westminster's Home  Paper.
IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
-IN���
HE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Heme Paper.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
NOTICE.
Take notice that D. J, McQuarrie, ���f
New Westminster, B, O, occupation,
electric railway manager, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands In ths district of New Westminster;
Commencing at a post planted al
the   southwest    corner   ol    lot  1390
 - ?,',
.oiiiii��
��.*���!
thence ����*?* ^
thenoe east to
1,162. thence s��lllh
tier of lot 997, _
erly and nortberl) to P��       ���,���
nienciiieiit, containing
pAfl08i
or less.
I)A.N I EI
Per JOHN'
Ag1
Bt.
Dated Decembei
19tl
1908.
_r*W THURSDAY
APRIL 8,  1009.
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��w^i?n (,ar; ies. invitatipn to everyone to come and see our -_
SMi-te,!38^ Footwear.   New and choice styles for Men, Women,
Th?ktem!��.. '. dre.  lhat we a,re now showin^ for the first time th*s season!
ine nanasomest and best shoes we have ever shown.
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Here are some of the new styles.    Note how low the prices are:
MEN'8  TAN
OXFORDS���
"The Warwick,"
dark brown, tun
Oxford,  with  fill]
military heel, _
young fellow's
shoe, $.._u and
���COO jKiir.
MEN'S   MAXIMUM
TAN   OXFORDS���
Sty.i.ti, all si'-���_
and width., $4 00
and  HCO  pah.
GEO. A. SLATER'S
INVICTUS
PATENT
OXFORDS���
The b>a_-. shoe
made  In   Canada.
$4.50 and  $6.00
pair.
Inviclua Velour Call
Oxford-,  $4..r,0.
In vi .tus Russia i an
Oxford*., |6.0Q pi
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PATENT
LEATHER
BOOTS���
Maximum Patent
Leath-i Bluchers,
9i oo and $4.50.
The very tn- t gradl
Maximum Pateni
Blucher, a regular
$6.00 I oot, Easter
week,  $5.00  pair.
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COMFORT   SHOES
FOR   EVERYBODY���
No matter how
tender your feet
may be we have
shoes that we']_
g_3ruut��.,. will give
comfort.    Ask for
our Broadfoot
Bhois, aL-o "In-
vlctus" Bunion
Bhoes.    Solid   Foot
Joy.
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Special Easter
FEMINIA SHOES���
We aro showing a large range ol Women's I'a.ent Leather boots at J-..r,0
pair. These are the swelleal Bhoes
that ever came to town at thv price.
Thej equal nraa_ other $4.60 and $5.00
make
���FEMINIA
OXFORDS"���
Patent Loathe.   Bluchei Oxfords $3.00
pair.
Chocolate Kid  Turn Bole OxW d
<  . I pair,
Ox   Boo.i   Blucher   Oxfords,   $3.00
pair.
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Shoes for Ladies.
THE   -CROSS"   SHOES
FOR LADIES���
Our top-notch American shoe. lav.
Patents, Chocolates and all the popu
lar pprlng styles, $4.50 and $5.00.
INVICTUS SHOES
FOR   LADIES���
flee th,- new lines ot colored tops in
Patent   Leather   Boots,  also our  new
line* of Invlctus $4.on shoes.
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NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
The Store for
PARENTS.   ASK   FOR  THE
���'INSTRUCTOR SHOES"���
te line of low iho. -
ace and button, all i -
urn and |e��Mn
Children9s Shoes.
ARE    YOU   GOING   FISHING?
S_E OUR NEW "TROUTING
BOOTS"  AT $6.00  A   PAIR.
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Our windows arc full of New Spring Shoes.   The price on every pair.   The store for good shoes at exceptionally low prices.
Johnston's Big Shoe House, Limited
���SIGN   OF   THE   EL.CTRIC   BOOT-
LARGEST  SHOE   STORE   IN   B.  C.
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ASSESSMENT.
Court of Ri-vision
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Ua    a   ���    at   10 o'clock    in the fore
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.ny    person   .intending   to   appeal
,   mi .i  rhe a-sessnietit   musl  ,|���
writing to in- tiled with ihe city olerli
at  least  seven  days  before the  "ISi
PORTUGUESE   REVOLUTIONIST        I
KILLS COMRADE'S EETRAYER, '
WHYTE WILL LOOK INTO
WESTERN MAT SHIPMENTS
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promptly   to
e city,
eavy Hauling
OFFICE- b
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Noi.ce is hereby
,i .nl   roll   fd ''���'"*
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lliv   offlce   where   II   ni.,
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S'TV?,,,,S0,THE DAILY
b\    any      porsoO	
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of Revision
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the public j vlsou on the said as*'
W  A. DUNCAN,
City Her..
lily  Hall.  April 7,  1900,
Lisbon. April 7, Sergeant Lima,
who betrayed bis comrades Involved
in the revolutionary uprising of Jan
nary, H10S, when King Carlo- and the
orown prince of Portugal were assa..
lio
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IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY NEWS
Weetminster't Home Paper.
Winnipeg, April 7.    William Whyie,
second vie president of iho c. p, i*
sihat-d|Was stabbed to death in this|went ,0 Vancouver today to look Into
ih-' question of shipments of  Uberta
Vancouvei1 and th,. Improve-
harbor there,     J, c
ctty today.      Th     was one of  ,-,
venire.      Lima was    hated    by h's (ol.
low soldiers and hy   the population. w*lefli v
The murderer was arrested but  be ,,.. tevi: of the harbor there.     J. Q. fry.
fused  to sive anj   explnmition of hi hip;, general nianagei  ol  Brad itn    v
aci at Toronto, accompanied him.
NOTICE.
N'otlce li hi reby given  that Oscar
Arthur Crawlell Is nol now nor n
>1ish 'fi n in partnership with Alej
��� ���,-;. In the biialnoRa, carried
on undei tin name of Speck & Cran-
de I. in the City of New Westmin ���
B c. and the said Oscar Aithui
Cnindeli will not be responsible foi
an. of tli    >c ,i   of the said firm.
Dated   it   N'pw   We^niinstor, B. 0.,
tin   7. id     of .1 prii, A. H.. 1909.
(Sign        ALEX. SPECK.
O.CAH .KTHUR CRANDELL.
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THE   DAI Li7   iN i  Wtt.
THURSDAY, Ap
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
comer of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. C.
E. i\. Paige Managing Director
Spokane for Canada, an increase of
fifty per cent., while car loads of settlers' effects have increased over ona
hundred per cent.
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 190'..
GOOD ROADS.
II is devoutly to hi  wished that the
tour of inspection   through the province which is    being    made by  Hon.
Thomas Taylor,    minister   of    public
work.-., will    result in    some real improvement   being effected  in  the condition of the    roads In   this district.
That there is room for improvement Ho
one can doubt;   the main question  is
how  it   is  lo  be  secured.      We fear
that, however    well    intentioncd  the
government may  be In regard to this i
matter they cannot deal with it  in a
satisfactory    manner    until    a more |
modern and effective policy in regar
;o the making   and   maintenance of |
public roads is adopted.     Whilst the
existing  principle,  thai   each   municipality should maintain ite own roads,
is a   fairly  sound one.  when  pul   v   <
practice it fails to work satisfactorily.
Kaeh   municipal    authority    lias    Its
own ideas as to the condition In which
its  roads  should     be    maintained,   in
what way   and   with   what material
they should be repaired.    Hence there
arises an absolute lack of uniformity
in road treatment.   To make the "Miter worse these bodies not infrequently depute the road    work in various
parts of their   district    to individual
councillors,  whose  Idlosyncrade.  are
reflected in the condition of the roads
under their supervision.
As baa been pointed out on more
than one occasion, tne whole system
of road administration in this province requires to he remodeled and informed. Perhaps the best method of
doing this that has so far been suggested is one that advocates the establishment of a central board or authority endowed with power to deal
with and control the entire work of
road and highway administration. Bj
Borne such means only can uniformity
of policy be secured. Such a body as
suggested would be formed by the
���ailing of a representative from .ach
municipality in a county or riding,
with a practical roau engineer to advise and guide them upon the technical aspect of the woi k. Uniformity
of action being thus secured every um-
uicipality would apportion it* district
into convenient areas and place each
under the care of a permanent
roadman, the whole staff of .uch
workers being under the control of a
competent road purveyor. As to the
burden of the cost of this method of
administration, the province sin.;! I
contribute a preponderant proportion
of the expense of maintaining a.l
trunk roads and main highways, the
grants being subject to a certificate
by a government engineer as to the
satisfactory character of the work.
The municipality would thus bear
only the cost of local roads and byways. The system we hav,- , rielly
sketched is but a simplified form of |
that which i_ carried out in England
and France, whene the linest roads in
the world a.e jo be enjoyed. I.i (J-.-,
many and Switzerland a somewhat
similar method Is pursued.
Such apologies for roads as are too
often to he seen in this province may
have been excusable in pioneer times,
but With iis rapid advance, its wealth
and Its growing importance It U surely time that British Columbia was put
In possession of rea ly good highways.
Easy, quick and comfortable mean, of
Interconrtnunlcation is of the greatest
Importance to every settler, and to
commerce and trade generally. Qood
roads are :iol a luxury but a i*��'a| ne
cesslty. In far off lime the Roman i
recognised this and taught the world
how to male. tb. in .gain, good roads
form a valuable a- et, nol only to the
community bul to the country at
large, and they iday an important part
in its development. Bed roads, on
the contrary, are a burden and curse
10 all alike. The hiss (hat has been
sustained In the past by farmers and j
fruitgrowers alone, in consequence of
the had conditions of hlch way travel i
In thl? district, must be enormous.
Busy Police Court.
There will be a large amouni of
business at the city police court, this
morning. The libel case, Mclntyre vs.
Bourke will come up for a preliminary
hearing, the throe convicts, Clark,
Skelton and Mullin, who escaped from
the b. C. penitentiary at different
dates, will ibe brought up, and the
charge against H. A. Hill of obtaining
money by means of a cheque without
an account at the bank, will also be
resumed.
"GET THE HABIT" '
The"Fox"
Visible Typewriter
is without doubt the finest Typewriter on the market today, bar
none.   It is mechanically perfect.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
SOLE  AGENTS,
Special Today���Pictures 10c each.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Cheap Building Lots.
I   have  two  nice   building  lets on  Regina street for sale;  one  i-. on the north side .f tl-.
Second  and  Third  street,  and can  be had for $-100.00.      The  other is on the nortl eet. between
tween First and Second streets and  can  be  bought  for $275.00.    If you want to rnak �� ' the s-reet be.
cheap  lots, centrally located, secure these at once. ' of two g00(.
$350 will  buy a  lot 80x66 feet, cleared, ready for building, on  Tenth  avenue.    Ths
block from the car line on Twelfth  street.    This  is excellent   value. ��* ls 0,'ly a
I have four nice cleared lots on Third avenue, Burnaby, near the  can  factory,  Which
$1000.00 on  terms,  or $.3.0.00 cash.      The lots are 50 feet by 154 feet and  together    mal "���"" f0r
plot of land.      Let ine show you   the  above   property. ni�� si2._
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
PHONE   169.
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clothes. The suits for young and middle aged men have the droop front,
deep lapels well in back, and pants
with permanent crease and turn up at
bottom. The latest clothes on the
market.   Just the suit you want for
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ALFRED SHRUBB
the famous Marathon runner, wears tiobberlin
Clothes.   The above is a voluntary letter to the firm.
REID & CO
SLAT
SHOE
They surpass ether shoes in the amount of "go" they have
for the money they cast.They are pronounced by those wh0
know GOOD SHOEMAKING to have br.ins and skill '' ^
and  execution as well  as  honest  worth  of  material
Every shoe has the advantage of the careful supefvn'
of a man, who if any on? does, should know shoe malo*.
especially   Canadian   .nd   f-    lerican  ideas  from A to 1-
So be sure you buy year   Easter  footwear  from  us.
Slater Shoes Are sold   1 ere   at  the    same  prices    as In To
������onto   or   Montreal.
THEY  CAN   BE   BOUGHT   IN   THIS   CITY   ONLY OF
Ottawa. April v.   The immigration
departmenl  ha.   received a  telegram
from Inspector of l'nited States Agencies White, now ai Spokane,   stating  H
that the prospects for Immigration to  |j
Canada from the Pacific suites will be
i ��� yo id    a 1    < xpectatlons    this year. ''
", ..������ ''ana Han    offlci     ill    Spokane ts
, rowded u ith land seek"
irain nor.
��� Ici ig la id in tl      C na l; m west.
For the br i  thre,     :��� onth    I ICO left
SOLE AGENTS.
1 with land seek      and ever,    jj
���ri.wards Is loaded with those   /
"HOUSE OF HOBBERLIN CLOTHES"
W. E. SINC
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Tlie  Rel.atle  Slice Man
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tWmWsm^ THUR6DA
Vi APRIL 8. 1909-
THE DAILY  NEWS.
TfiEF0lSE
GLOVES
PAGE Flint.
T. H. Smith
DIRECTOIRE
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Easter Offerings
SHOPPING   THIS   WEEK.'
An Exceptionally Good Offering
in Women's Coats
$15.00   VALUES,FOR   $1000
      id cover
the most modern lines and
J,��cut^the most modern lines and are very handsome indeed     and  the     price     is  ridiculously
Note these
lously
$10.00
EASTER     OFFERING     IN
Li
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TABLE CLOTHS-lrish sat|n __mask.
����ble Wharp of extra supe. quality,
wry attractive patterns in border ef-
���*. regular $7.00 to $7.50.    On sale
J,"Ch  ��� -.. $4.00
(2 1-2 and 3 yds. long by 2 wide).
TAiJLE CLOTHS-2 yards by 2 12;
���mi"��d ready for use in beautiful bor
J" effect on the four sides; regular
"**������    $2.25
TABLE NAPKIN^-Full bleached sat-
"dam���ki ,_,,��� :inen> yery fi)ie wMve
at floral da    jns,  hemmed;   size 20x
*   ��" sale, d0_en $25(J
]^ll NApKlNS-Ful|   bleached  20
Z', '��� n,,,de    from  P��re flax
J"1'** finish.     Regular $175 for.
.tr  f.ft��__,.
.$1.25
Kid Gloves
FOR   EASTER
We still continue to handle Tref
ousse and Rouillion kid gloves as their
long lead over all other makes have
proven beyond doubt their superiority
in black and all leading colors. Per
pair, guaranteed $1.25 and $1 50
Silk and lisle and fabric gloves, long
and short lengths, all new shades.
Prices from  50c to $1.50.
New Neckwear
Fancy     Collars  of    all    description
from  50c  to $2.00.
Handsome New Belts"
N  LEATHER, SILK.
INSEL, ETC.
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assort.
Tin"l B.itinennt, W"h novel buckles.    All new colors.    Prices from 50c to $1.50
* "y ths yard,..' 50c per yard
Sl
!2JJ^��/ Assortment of New Ruchings
New Hosiery
-   ' "Ms si.km(rM.'":Sra- A' & G. Morley, the world-renowned manufacturer of London, England, In cash-
<*H4+H W001- co"or,. etc.. plain lace, embroidered, etc., all prices from    25c up
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NEW   RIBBONS
NEW   LACES
NEW VEIDNGS
Tl'"   mn,;i ter  market  will  be
held today
For first-class cut Hower. and any
; kind of Floral work, telephone
| Davies' i      mhouse. B208. **
Ice Crean: daily, Dainty Tea Rooms.
No '       for the a derm a rile va-
jCim('    have  : a  fixed  for April  17,1
iand the poll on April 24.
Tan. chocolate and oxblood are the
|  new colors this year.   We have them. I
W. E. Sinclair, the sho,- man. ** ;
Hans Voglsang Poultry Food ft the:
j host    \;  your groci ra and druggist. * '
T:  ���  Sl v  - , k   will  reach   the  river
i toda.   io  load  lumb, i   at   the Frasi r  +
II River Mi Is i',,.  [quique and west coa -
ports.
Sewing Machines at $30.
Matting at 15c up.
Grass Chairs (heavy stock), from
$1.50 up.
BARGAINS   IN   ALL   LINES.     AWNING    MAKING    AND    PIC
TURE  FRAMING A  SPECIALTY.
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W.  E.  FALES
The furniture Man, Upholsterer and Undertake:
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
PHONE 176, NIGHT CALL 81.
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Phon,. 18.
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florist.   ���     __�����____�����__�����. __^��____--��^-______-	
Archibald  Bros,  have  moved  theli
plumbing establishment from darks v  ���
Street to the corner of Front and McKenzie Streets. **
The   l.a.h   Maccabees ai n qui Bted ���
Ntotake notice that thi sup >i planned A
1  for  Saturday  evening  ha* been  po-: ���
poned lor one wee.. ���
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J.  S.  Cameron, Ial ���  with    Capital +
Barber shop. Victoria, will shortly op- J
I ,-n  a  barber shop  in    Blair's    cigar ���
s-tore, Columbia Street,
Have you seen the latest? The ren-
tilia.Mil shoe. Call, We will explain
to you. W. E. Sinclair, the n liable
shoe man. **
A   LARGE   ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE LATEST COL
ORS AND SHAPES.    NEW   YORK,   PARIS   AND   BOSTON DESIGNS.
<���������I���W���H������   ���in ���_Mll_WM__B__B_���j���������W���IM���������M������M���
Moore's Millinery
(Opp   Postoffice)
His Lordship Bishop Han  w
COLUMBIA     STREET.
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I a  confirmation  service al   St  Barna-jX
I has'    church    this    evening, at  TV."
| o'clock.
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Car len Beeds, 6 packages for 25
cents, livery package guaranteed, at
Moore's, Front Street'
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lamlltoa sings the songs ot' ���
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old Scotland with all the spirit of hi
race,     opera House, April 7th
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All barber shops in the city will re- ���
main open until ten o'clock this even- X
in^, and will be closed all day totnor-'*
row, Good Friday.
Gentlemen.���Our $6.00 'Slater'
Patent leather oxford is a dandy, Sold
oni> by w. e. Sinclair. ������
See the Fanbqua'... at Messina, one
of   the    gri at< -i    catastrophes    the
II  hold . ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Barna"'* HAVE   VOU   TRIED
Premier  Flour?
If not, ask your grocer for it at once, and be sure that you get PRH-
MIER, as there is no other flour to equal it on the market.
PREMIER FLOUR is  becoming a household necessity.     If your
dealer docs not stock it, 'phon? us    and we will   -deliver it to you
ourselves.
Phone 335.
world  has ever  -���  n.    Two hundred   	
I thousand   people   lose   th  ir  lives  and m^^^^^^^^^^^^mwmmm
300,  wounded.    Picture, taken i...-  PH0NE   97   WHEN Y��U   want
| mediately after the quake, giving an
Idi. if tl ������ i r |e hardships wrought
to the people. Pictures shown at the
Crj tal theatre today, tomorrow and
Saturdaj'. ������:
A diamond ring is to be given away
free this afternoon at Dorer'a auction
sale.
The Princess Ln i was eggag d yesterday unloading lumber for the Bar-
net MaoDonaid mill on Lulu island,
which was removed lo the mill on
scows from the vessel's side. The
Princess Ena will go tO Vancouver to
load   machinery,   probably   tonight.
Italian earthquake onlay, Fiida, and
Saturday,    Cr; stai Theatre, *���
Strictly fresh Faster eggs, 30 cents
per dozen.    Moore's, Front Street    **
Lulies:���Our oxfords are  lien. Ca
and see them    Tin v are a trifle newer
than   what   othi I     hav      W    F.   Sin- j
clalr.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
186 COLUMBIA STREET.  P. O. Drawer 100.   J
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GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25.
St Charles cream, large can, 2 i'or_-5c
.Jersey cream, large can, 2 for 25c
Milk  (Blue Ribbon), per can   10c
Assorted Jams, regular price 25c Lot..
3 for Wc
Now
In
FRUIT GROWERS' TREE  SPRAY
ENGLISH   BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED   LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA   CHIPS
ARSENATE    OF    LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   GRASS,
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICcS.
Adams&Deans
SULPHUR
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for  Spc.ct.des  from  50
Cents up.
|& Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' As.urance Company, London, England,
II not only the oldest accident insurance company In the world, but
��t has become famous for its pr.mpt and liberal settlements, a, the
following letter will show:
A. \V. McLEOD, _.,,,.
March 11, 1.09.
Agent Railway Passenger,,   a .urauce Co.,
City.
Hear Sir   I beg to acknowledge r Ipt of check in full payment
of my  claim for accident whic.h occurred to me In .January last wh...
Phiylng hockey at Burnaby lake
Although my claim was only pul forward a few days ago. I havo
already received a si���ttlim.-nt, an.l thank you for the prompt manner
In which It  has been dealt with.
(Signed) p, RKICHF..BACH.
The Railway Passengers' A,��urance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journey
other hazardous undertaking  let me place a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
or
CLAIMS  PAID, OVER
'.0,000,000
ALFRED    W.    McLEOD!
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 62.
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We have ta_ en the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian.
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COWA
P__R_FE.CTION
COCOA
'Salmon Canners
Prepare for Season;
(Continued from Page One.)
MADE IN! CANADA
Use Only the Best
(Maple Leaf
Label)
IS MADE IK CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
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EASTER
Postals and
Novelties.
SPLENDID  LOT
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia  Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C-
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LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register George Adams
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Mayor and
Treasurer of the City of New West-
,tion that there will be as heavy a
run of fish this season as ever before.
The Indian wiseacres insist that ther >
was so much snow last winter that
ih,. salmon are certain to run in ���.reai
numbers. According, to the -signs of
ill,. Siwash, the run in the northern
[-iv- : of the province will exceed all
expectations, the snowfall along the
upper coast of British Columbia having been exceptionally heavy.
The Fraser river canners have practically no cans on hand now and the
entire stock for the estimated pack
of three-quarters of a million cases
will all have to be manufactured. It
is probable that a handsome surplus
of cans will be made on the possibility that the run may bv heavier than
flgured on,   or on   the    chance that
Use Only the Best I   1"V ~^ T V y
GHJLETT5 Uo * OU Kji
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THAT THE   EVELYFORD   SALEV
ARE   SELLING   OUT
CO.
0F  TOROf.To
minster, to    George   Adams,    bearing
date the 25th day of September, A.D. L^.- ,nay be a demand from the nor-
1902, of all and singular that certain j ,,���,,.��� canners for wins before the
parcel or tract of hind and premises j -,0sv 0|- |h(. season. The can-making
situate, lying and being in the City of  p|a,lls .,, most 0f the Fraser canneries
New Westminster, in the Province of
British    Columbia,  more    particularly
are now it) operation,
bands being employed.
many Chines
The Chines
known and described iis Subdivisions contractors are beating  the country-
15 and  IG of  Lot  8, Suburban  Block I si(,. tn secure men to man the Fraser
11- river    and    northern    canneries, and
You and those claiming through or J wlliIe tn(,v  wj-] doubtless succeed, ii
under   you   and   all   persons   claiming
any interest in the said land by virtu,-
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Succ-s.or  to
Mayers & Preston
Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105.
Office, Front St
P. O. Box 845.
of  any  unregistered   Instrument,   and j (1.icj, veai.
am  persons  claiming any interest   In i ���
the said land by descent, whose title
is no; registered tinaer the provisions
of tlie Land Registry Act, are required
to contest the claim of the tax pur-
.haser within forty-live days from the
date of the first publication of this no-.
tice upon you. and -n default of a caveat or certltieate of Us pendens being
tiled within such period, or in default
ot redemption before registration,
you and each of you will be forever
estopped and debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land, and I shall register worge
Adams as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby certify that publication of this notice for thirty days in
a daily newspaper published In New
Westminster will _e good and sufficient  service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
; New Westminster, province of British
Columbia,   this   ieth   day  of    March, i
A. I).. 11)09.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To    Thomas      William      McColm. I
C Charles W. Wise. Caroline A. Jack.     !
is a faci   that  the    Oriental cannery
hand Is    becoming    harder   to obtain
Is the Standard Article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY
For making ��o.p, softening water, removing old paint, disinfecting sinks, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 lbs. SAL SODA.
Sold / ( /��� r.-ti Acre
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Onf.
Stevenson's
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material  you   want   for
Buits made to order.    Perfect fit guar- j
anteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.!
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
Real Rose Hat Pins. Real Carnation Hat Pins.
Real Violet Hat Pins.
$1.00 Each  and Up
at great sacrifice tirices?
YES, THAT'S  THE   STORY   IN   A   NUTSHELL.
STEVENSON   GAVE   US INSTRUCTIONS      To
OUT ALL   HIS  STOCK   I N   EIGHT   DAYS
MR,
5ELL
This sale providt
ity to buy to great advantage
is sale provides a unique opportuni
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
*++++++++++++
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures,   and     Illustrated
Sengs.
THE   LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wedne.-,-1  ,
day and Friday. Special matinee for | Re tll(. north IM)rtlon 17 by 5 chains
ladies and children, Saturdays at 2:30 |(S j.2 acres) of Pubdlviskm 12 and
l>-ro- the north    portion 10 by    chains   (.,
'.Commencing    Monday,    March   29���  acres),  of  subdivision  13  of  I^ot 79,
our  performance   will   start    at 7:35 j Group 1,  map  .VIC,  New  Westminster
sNk.i.      Each  performance runs one ! d_strlct.
hour and 30 minute--. Nothing hut the j    whereas proof of the loss of certi-
Ten
China Dinner Sets
MONTHLY   FOR   USERS OF
latest moving picture and illustrated
songs fell be on exhibition at the Edi-
son.theatre. Music will be furni.vhed
by the New Westminster orchestra.
Uon't fail to hear and see them.
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c
F. L. KERR, Manager.
Crystal Theatre
THE
EARTHQUAKE   AT   MESSINA
in moving pictures, and
"SO   LONG. JOE."
,ited -one i,\  Mile, Zlska,
ficate of title number 2720F, Issued in
the name, of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
of, 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 mo in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, Marcli 22, 1909.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT
I
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR
Kvery 19-pound sack of UO'YU. STANDARD FLOUR leaving oui
mills contains a numbered coupon entitling the person who holds it
to a chance to be one of the lucky persons who win ou.. of the h;uid-
sonie china dinner sets given away each month The duplicates ot
I ties,- coupons are place,] in a receptacle   and     ten    are drawn     each
month.
There is no bettei flour In existence for bread making tiuui
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR. It Is rich hi color, pure, strong, deli-
clous and nutritious. In using ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR you
get the besl flour value money will buy. In gathering coupons .vou
run one chance in ten each month to secure a handsome prize.
The lucky numbers will be Inserted in this space the flr_l Issue of
every month.
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
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YES.   INDEED  A   SPLENDID   OPPORTUNITY   IS  NOW
YOURS  RIGHT AT THE FIRST     OF    THE      SEASON
WHEN   YOU   EXPECT   TO     PAY FULL PRICES.
THERE'S   NO   RESERVE,     AND OVER   HALF  OP THE
STOCK   IS   NEW   AND  CORRECT   IN   STYLE
WITH  THESE   FACTS  LAID   BEFORE   YOU   WE    EX
PECT THAT A WORD TO THE WISE IS ALL THAT IS
NECESSARY
THERE ARE SHOES HERE   FOR   MEN,  WOMEN, ANO
CHILDREN.      COME AND SEE.
*��������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������
REMEMBER  IT'S
The Evely-Ford Sales Cc
SELLING   OFF   STEVENSON'S  SHOE  STOCK.
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Typewriters in Stocl
The American OLIVE R visible writing. Can do what
other first-class machines can do, and more. Has
improvements equ..l to other first-class machinei,
and more. A cash price and on time price.
direct   agents.
So'e.
BOOKSELLERS
J. J. MacKay & Co.
NEWS DEALERS!
STATIONERS
Vfti   noon    matinees    from - to 5.
Evening   performance   commences al
7 li.iu.
ADMISSION   10.
CHILDHEN  5c.
MONEY SAVED  IS
MONtY EARNED
\    avlng :  this bank Is
: ie lii\ (men Ii ayi you com-
| ound lnteresi | la reudj cash any
time you want It, Church opietles,
fraternal organizations, club.-., trade
unions and business associations will
find it conveniem to have surplus
funds In a savings account, subjeci
io tte control of two or more officers,
Tt's  a   good   i lea���try  ii
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER  $50,000,000
New   Westminster.   B.   C.   Branch.
F. B. Lyle. Manager,
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
MEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office.  Eighth  St.
Re subdivision 11 of Lot 79. Croup
1, New Westminster District; Lois 18
19 and 20, Bloc. 1, and Lot 1, lilock K.
v.. being pan of Lot 6, Suburban
Block IV., New Westminster City:
Wlvreas voof of the loss of certlfl
cato of title number 16027A. Issued In
the names of Charles Frederic Sprott,
Francis Kaia Schou, Lucy Christine
Schou, has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the lirst publication hereof. In a dally newspaper published in
the city of .New Westminster, Issue i
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of   lilies.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. (.'., March 22, 1909
A Bag of Cement
bought, bei ��� n il. lie found en-
tin u [rei from , owdered clay
ami oth, i ch< apening filling.
That means the cement will go
farther and lasi bi tter than the
"filled" kinds. If you have b n|
exp.ilence you know it pays to
buy the i" il b ii ding materials.
To obtain th< besl you'll he wl ,���
to come hen Wj don't handle
any other Mud.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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Lawn Grass See\
AT
RYALL'S
_>KUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
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++++++++++++*****
Electric Railway Service | Spring Cleaning
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District.
District of  Sayward,
Thl.,.  notice  that  1, C. W.  I'n-
ui  Vancouver, oi jupaiiun  faun, r,
ti a tl to apply for permission to   |
lin; following described
Commencing tit  a post  plaj
the mirth shore of south Twin
thence following the shore   .
southerly,   westerly,     north
��� < terlj   back to point of   11
tailing in the whole j
taining. 200 acres more or I.
C. W. PRESTON
D-iied Feb. 2nd, 1909.
Interurban  Line.
Cars   for  Vnncouver   and way
stations  will  run  every half
hour   from   6:50   a. m. Last
car leaves at li p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:80 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and dty limits over the
city line.
City Lme: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes alter, an,) forty mlnnte-i
after, commi nclng at 0:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars have
at ten mlnutei attar the hour,
hair past and flfty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 0:110
a. in.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:110 a. in. and 11. p, m.
A    Blssell's   Carpet Sweeper
Is a great hei],   to the house-
wife  In   Killing   cleaning   lime.
We also have Jap-a-lac, Bap-a
lac, Liquid Veneer, etc., for
brightening up the furnlf.iie.
Call in and inspect our stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd !l A P)\/ppTlCp      f\]     Tf-fF     NE
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���^    -t_V*.> thu
RSDAV
APRIL 8, 1909.
THE   DAILY   NKWS.
PAGE BUTifS
and
a|es
Goods for Cook  & Ross
Gentlemen
CONCERT
THE Auctioneers
in
aatiftil i
iuli COO'-"**1
ived.
arsntei a I
ibip.
ING
llvwrig
I Cc,wmbia
Oi
Wi
and
��� rial      for
.nd suKiugs has
eel fit and good
YUEN
i Co.  Block,
Mclnneg   Sts.
P. O. Box 005.
323  F-ont  St.,  Opposite  Market,
West.
New
and   1260
.hould b
Granvdl,
FREEMAN'S
St.,  Vancouver.
cons�� you want to
'" ,furni';':' - �� ������  conducted
Uve Sl��'k  ; iction held
every Friday morning o._
Maiket;   and  , . ,
on Vancouver ma ket,
New cooking
ly   new; i  expn
mower  (new).
A quantity of ���,w furniture hall
prtci Room 9, Hamley block Key
at 328 Front stre-,     P,
minster
r;luy morning
wagons, near
d   i horse
WHOLESALE
iquor Store
CEST WINES,  BRANDIES,
ALES AND STOUT.
MILY TRADE A  SPECIALTY.
i   Box 181
FRONT ST.
|NEW WESTMINST
..MINSTER
TRICT.
B. C
L��NJ     DIS-
District cf Surrey.
T.    Ihrltt
mil sion to
���   thi
to   apply !"r^^^^^^^
|0H : ed   la:nl:
. i      t pl .nted v, here
IiOI.; ��� ���      lot   bOb,
y -..  .��� i BtmlnBter Ms-1
������_���   .   ���   tl..     , ��� . tion ;
���:,        I    ��� . orth   and
thro'j.ii      tkm      o (2), town- j
;;..       then ith 160 rods,
lets! 161 rods;    u n< e noi th to ;
: .    (eel ol the before
loned somber >���   boundary of lot
group two (2);   the;   e  easterly
lei to the Bal I        berly  boun- i
of lot 505, gro        ��� . 12), to a
orth e 49th paral-
|i idi       ��� ace west to
Is distant
.id 19th : iral ��� I of north
- ���'   62 rods; thence
loi.  . Inl ���..:        the southerly
.     lot _ nip two   12)
fa the ��� ��� ��� v., k   f,,.n
iolnortn tatitu le; then follow-
Hid wut-erl)     i indary of lot
poap e point of
������'    '���     oi   ning bj a-
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ltd II '."v.    i j;    (3     .
h'-    February, 191 .
HENRY T, THBli
CITY ELECTIONS.
Notici   ha hi - .,   ejeci
tors of the citj of Ni��   \->. Btminater
thai l require the ;v - :,
electors at the I Itj
the 17th daj    ol     _j  I       .09, at  12
o'clock noon, fo- thi   p     ��� ���_.       electing one   perso 1 as 1
ir of 1909
The
follow.-
1 a. h  ���   . 1 il 1 d i.v,
in writing,  the  writln- sub
scribed   !..    two   ;.i rsoi
and seconder, who shall be
fled  electors  of  and   n the
city, an.l such nominal!.
contain .1 tatemi nl sign
son  1 ted    thai  hi 1 nta to
��� such nomination. fhe minai ...
pa;,er> shal] be deliver d th
turning <.t.c-a-r at any tin,, between
the date ol this notice an I - o'cloi _
p.m. of iii- 17th day of April. 1909. In
the event  oj a  poll   wing n< cessarj
.such poll  will be 0]*�� wed on the 2.th
day of April,  1909, at  9 ocior-k am
and will remain open lint : 5 p.m, of
| the same laj ui the follow li ,-.,.���
Coundl chamher, CHj Hall the ftn
hull. Bappenton; and th. waterworks
storehouse ai the corner I Auckland
and Ble v. nth street*; of which ������������ 1
person i- required to take notice aud
govern   himself accordingly.
(."iv .-ti  und.r my hand  al   the City
Hall,  Sen   West minster   the  7th daj
of Api I,   1909.
W   A.  DUNCAN.
Returning Officer.
Westminster Choir
50   VOICES
Orchestra  of   14   Instruments.
''"���' . ..Mendelssohn
* " ...   Mendelssohn
..Wagner
SOLOISTS
Miss  Mum
Mr.  Clen
Mr. .1.  .-
one.
Violin
Sl    Alli ���.--ian     Church,
Thursdaj . 11 15, 8 o'clock.
ADMISSION   50c
CHILDREN   25c.
English Watchmaker
Gold Wat, h, .     ,. fr0m $12...
up.
Silver    V;     h .    open    face
$6.00.
Silver Watcl      ,��� ,���.n    case,
$7.50 up.
\vrit for vValtham and Elgin
watches,
Watch repaii laity.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Gro.   Adams.   Grocf
FOR SALE
Superior quantity of  Feed, j
Mixed Bran and Shorts. *"
v___iHy^*
o o
B. C. DISTILLERY
NEW  WESTMINSTER
TIME   TABLE
S.S. Kerland
GET YOUR SPRING BUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor   Hotel   Block,  P.   O.
New  Westminster.
Bex  644,
WcSTMiNsTl:-,
TRICT.
L*ND
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fl.
I JOtlci . ,
II ���.          n. the eon
tv: of lan on to
' ���    ii lermentloned latidB  in
l-sl .-. ier v
���anting at a point where the
Kline iProlongi d) run. ti
etween sections seven (7)
*.:������:   18J, Intersects the weei-
J"""l . M lot 505, group two
m Westminster llstrlct; thenoe
��� "'��� thi ������.      vith,-rly and
trallei tc ���������.��� westerly and
boundary 0f  the   said   lot
to th
^     PACIFIC    ^p*
RAILWAY COMPANY
ferine
ecptitrpUn,. (prolonged) rua-
M"h lind 9��uth utorugh section
ownshlp   om    (l),   New
'���"���������      hence   south
'   '���        arallel with
lary  0!  the
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the c,���tre
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m lot EOS
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northerly
in 11 ''n(l   Wl' ti rly
V...,r; ������' to th��
lng ' v est.
1 r vss. ���
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���
Easter Holidays
In connection with the above round
trip tickets will be sold at one single
fare nnd one-third.      Tickets on sal"
April 8th  to  12th Inclusive.    Oood to
return up to and including April tilth.
School   pupils   and   teachers   will   be
given tickets from April 1st to 31st.
ED. QOUL-T,
Agi'lii, New Westminster,
or C. B. FOSTER.
Asst. Genl. Pass.   \gt.,  Vancouver.
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MAKE YOUR APPcAl to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.     The   Morning  Paper.
I."aw Langley at S.00 a.m.; arrive
at Port Haney at S:15 a.m.. arrive at
M��-.dam Landing at 5:30 a.m.; at1
Hve At Hammond at 8t40 a.m.; arrive
ai Port Kelll at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at
\- w Westminster ai  10 30 a.m.
Leave New \v->_t_iin_t.r al 1:00 p.-
m.; arrive at Port Rolls at 5:30 pin.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:00 p.m.: arrive at Mc .dam ��� Lstadlng at 8-15 p m.;
arrive bi Port Haney at 6:36 p.m.; arrive at Langlej at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. & K. Wharf, daily ex
ccpt Saturday
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the steamer
Transfer   will    leave    Brac.man-K.er
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 i> m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and w.i> -lorts. Saturday at 11 |> ni , returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO,STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS
Returning, lea vox Westham Island
every week day mornlm.. except Friday, at 7a.m., and Ladner 71a a.m-
Friday paves Westham Island 6 am.
and Ladner at 6:lj�� a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New W,-��tmJnster at E a.m.
This ached!!-* .subject to chartge
v ithout notice.
For freight and pi-s".ser rates apply to
RORERT  JARDINE,
Manaf-er.
r
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 3nd 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.
T^wm
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Wm
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NOTICE.
Take notice that I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, 11. c., former, intend to
I apply to the Honorable Chle. Commission! ��� of LandB and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing lease on the
following described land: Commencing at a post on the east shore 01
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district
about a mile south of the mouth o��
Lake creek, thence west across the
Island to Uie shore, thence following
the shore northerly, easterly and
southerly to the (X'lnt of oonimence-
inont.
No. 2 lease.���Zayas island, Port
Simpson district, starting at a post at
the southeast rorner of No. 1 lea<*e,
thence west across the Island to the
shore, thence following the shore
southerly, easterly and northely
around to the point of commencement
C. W. PRESTON.
.fan. 28, 1009
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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$14,400.C0O.',:o
11.000,000.00
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FRIDAYJ5PECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
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'���'���  Manager,
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
VALLEY   NURSERIES,
ERASER
Cooper Bros/ Stall
BUTCHERS
Ltd.
Beef, Mutton,
Silver-: iV
Veal and P��rk-
D
avies
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on
Cut flow-rs, Veg.t_ble pl.nts
and  Bedding   Plants.
Mrs. Runacre's Stall
Hotne-M.de
Cheese   and
Saus.gss, Head
Sausage Rolls on
Sale.
Choice  Hams  18c
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St una    Fifth Avende
phone sra
BOWELL A OOOf. Proonetora
Manuracturers and Dealers in AU Ktna' of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door.,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxen.
Large Stock (Main and Fancy Glass.
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
__Mg���r ��� ��� a*i iw _���
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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NOW
Is the time you should get rid of that
old furniture and put in some new
goods',
Wa pay the highest possible prices
for second-hand goods and we art
able to sell yon almost anything you
r.-rpiire In the way of furniture ns well
as hundreds of other useful articles,
new and second-hand. When you
want a square deal all around  go to
A. Speck's
New and Second-Hand Store
Ji.... recelved-a shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St,   "Wan uu the Wheel."
Easterbrook. Milling Company,
Elmrne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel   .    $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie & r__ ���>��� **�� ���En "k������axt3
FRONT STRE8T.
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New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
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FOR    PLUMBING,
HEATING,   TINNING
WARE, QO TO
ANO    GENERAL    HARD-   $
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster f
Sole Agents
THEMUffiMGBi
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THl-'RSDAY
APR|L
Lawn Mowers
A TREMENDOUS*
Money-
Saving
Opportunity
ALL   PRICES.
TT-N FISHING VESSELS
FOUNDER IN BIG GAEE
Forty Fishermen Reported
Drowned During Mist Off
German Coast.
. 190.
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ANOTHER SPECIAL
W-.i.
"EMPRESS"   Ball-bearing   with
Five  Blades.
ALSO
"CLEAN CUT" Ballbearing and
Other Styl*s,
Berlin, April 7.���Ten fishing vessels
foundered during the terrific gale
which swept the Baltic off the German
coast today, and 40 fishermen are
known to have perished.
The storm, accompanied by a driving rain, -wept down on the little fleet
With appalling suddenness.        It was
followed  by a heavy mist making *���
J j impossible to secure  further commu-
- I uioatioi-  with  the open, sea.
THE
Public Supply Store
,| Anderson & Lusby \\
J COLUMBIA STREET.     '   ||
A  SNAP!
ADDITIONAL  LOCAL  NOTES.
Offer
THi. WEE.   ���>r?LY.
!;.\.  a.v-d'oXso'iAin'K .i._xt..i_s at
���eS. Than qost.
is simply selling: out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.      [Jfe pears0Il Electric Ca.
V
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
(Successors to T.  Mowbrey
Electric Works.
BANK   OF   COMMERCE  BUILDING,
Opposite Pos.ol.ee.
Tlnri;.  Is a  very  brink dcmilil4  for
j property in the West End, ...fo.-ding
I to general reiwrts, and seVf ral unpor-
[tant tranters are cenivrj.p_ated in the
near fmur<\
The final _h*fetlng    of the Amicitla
; \\'hist club, which  was to have 'been
held this Evening at the residence of
Mrs. Jo* Reichenbach, has been post-1
|-[ioneii until next Tuesday.
The Trailer brought in 20 tons of
merchandise for the city, 10 tons for
upriver points, iiios-iJy fertiliser, a
quantity of pipe for Gilley Brothers,
and much linplate tor lhe down-river
canneries.
PfcONE 331.
P. 0. BOX 928
These household ne-1 Sewing Machines
cessaries will neveri """ ����" __T* mwa)
be bought cheaper) Talking Machines
,.Victor and Edison)
or better anywhere
than at the
RECO-RDS,   PIANOS,   ORGANS.
PUNI SUPPLY STORES IF
J. H, Todd's Bid Music House
CQyjMBI>TRTR||.��T.
6DD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
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GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
New Arrivals
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   ~
.    rHEMr    A
GOOD  ST_ci<   F<?fl   &ALfe  feY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
Prescription
'druggist.
Ellard flM-qi'   ^-*^ W'.stminster
The l.inda brought In a derrick scow
to Gilley    Brothers'    wharf yesterdaj
from the mouth of the river,  which
j had been brought across the Gulf of
I Georgia by the Flyer, the latter boat
I proceeding to Ladysmith for coal.
' The regular monthly meeting of the
j local Council of Women will be held
1 in the Board of Trade room on Monday afternoon at half-past three
o'clock, when a full attendance is requested.
The National team for the football
match with  Westminster    Rovers tomorrow :u  Moody square will  be se-
Jkected from  Smith,    Herring, Branne,
j Holt, Holllns, Bveton, Munnock, Pee-
j nev,   Herring,   Jones,   Smith.   Chaplin
and Badham.
The funeral will take place at the
J Catholic cemetery today of Rosa Eliza
Williams, who died on Tuesday at the
Vancouver general hospital from peritonitis, at the age of sixteen. Deceased was a native of Wesiham Island. |
The non-commissioned    Officers uud
men of   A and B    Companies, Sixth
Regiment D. C. o. It., wil] practice at
j the rifle range   across    the river on
j Friday  afternoon   to  qualify   for  effl- I
ciency pay.     There will be no drill al!
.lhe armories this evening
���^
|  - Aii members of the V*'   ���(.,,.., ,      ,    '
1 ..ostniitlster i,u-1
crosse team    tun*   ., -' .        _�����__
..ed    out  to practice j
V. I.' Uy '���"rpn'1141 **' Queen's park, i
_v,vi- luittine .t.. Wnie good work, (
���r.. .ileri.g n -wa_ the first turnou; M
tiu. sea. >n.     Practices Mil be regu-f
lar fi-.-rii 5ftw on.
... H
���     Il.-.nrts from    GnuU.ilcU    Indicate
[���'mi. the    taftfling little city of   the
Wasoy is virtually in the throes of an
' enjdi mic of gcarlet fever, Two chil- f
jaren have died within the pa. two j
(days from- the disease, anil quit,* a
1 number of cases are reported winch
: have extended even outside of the
[boundaries. Everything possible ii
i being done to stamp It out. and the
.author!tit��������� expect that in a few Miye
$5
.00
EACH
For superior tailored skirts of hand finished, all wooll
Panamas, in the most wanted gored styles; trimmed
with folds and satin covered buttons. Colors include
Navy, Brown, Cardinal and Green and Black. A most
extraordinary skirt value at $5.00 each.
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th< lr efforts will be -uccessful.
New Wall Paper;Th8Daiffi!l?s
Lunch Rooms,
op.
Infants' and
Ladies'
BONNETS
JUST ARRIVED.
..a per cent ofl on aii remnant,-
Warm  Lunch from   12 to 2.
; Aft.-mooB v,-a a specialty. Ikiine-iuutl,
l;:. ail,  Cake,  Tea.    Ice  Cream  daily,
lip-stairs, above The Fair-
Doane, Bailey & McKay D^0NT BL0CK Columbia St
(Successors to E. W. Cook)
Front    St.,  Dominion   Trust   Building.
Open from 7:.0 a.m, to 7 pi", sat-
unlay to *< p.m.
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Investment Snaps j
A. J. BIRTCH I
���THE  WHITE  HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
20 Lots, $140 Each, one-fourth
cash, balance easy terms,
LOOK   i MIS UP*
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New Covert
Coats
$6.95 to $17.50
Kvery coat 1. stylish, up-to-date and
made in a way that assures th,- wearer of satisfaction. \\\. cannot afford
to sell any kind but the best. These
Bpecla] covert coats are made in .mart
styles of plain and striped covert
cloths with semi ami tight fitting
backs, 26 io ',44 inches in length,
trimmed with self strapping and button . Customers can have their
ehoice of coats with or without iin
Ings of silk or farmers' satin. All
-izes at price.-- ranging from $���.95 to
$17.50.
Serviceable
(i oating Materials
Moderate priced popular materials
which are especially suitable for
Spring Coats.
54 Inch Tweed
Coatings
$1 Per Yard
10 p/ei iv light, anil _ar��� striped
'wc'.a and homespun., also block and
�� /lite chicks.
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A Range of
Attractive
Collars
75 CENTS EACH.
mt-tjf neckwear creation, -...
sheer, wash mu-lin;  nets  chlffoi      A
silk In plain stock collar or long ilouu.
<*ing and tab effect, A largi selection to choose* from. Vou will find
them excellent value spi-elaH priced
at, each          r_c
Button Moulds
and Covered
Buttons
The arrival oj our mug d<li
d<>r for button mould, and large covered buttons ijj here announced Tin--
will bt. pleasant news to a large ltim
ber of our customers. All the popular styles of silk   covered, satin cov
ered) fancy hom
: ill!.-:. ..
pearl and
A Grand
Showing of
Spring Hosiery
50 CENTS PER PAIR.
This special    showing oonsls - ot
man*) lines of plain, lace ami em ireid-
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Cream
Coatings
CREAM PA. AMA, 41 to 18 Inches
wide, heavy weight, hard finish, per
yard  9��c ar|d *1-0��
BEDFORD CORD, per yard  90c
SERGE,  per yard   ...$1.00 to $1.50
STRIPED WORSTED COATING in
cream ground, with narrow brown and
blue stripe t>4 incites wide, per yard
.$1.2
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ereil lisle hose    In black, tan
and     all     light    colorings;    sur
weight cashmere In plain *" ,8'
in Mack and tan
���vllhe
nni"'
I'rntit
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK.
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