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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C^
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia f*w   ''hone 85.
ii.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY  MORNING, APRIL 19,  1909.
pSIB WINS
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MAY Bt NO APPEAL
FIV _NTS PER COPY.
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CASE
Final Game (Indications Aro That B. C
pics Beaten in
,g c< football Cup on |    Oovernmeni Will Abide By
Mainland. j    Ful1 G��urt Ruling.
6-Wes
_���:*��'
I
��� 4. ��ll team won j    Victor' i,   Vpril
Saturday, when jpot*l'ol
final of
iii nne,
M
���It now    . ��� ems
oo appea
era]    to    argue
at tin (" when   he   appears   before   the   Privy
HC.C.P-J -������'��� bob'" '" one-  Council In Juu   at, ,   , th( ,,,���.
���Inning nland cham- day  he und   _]     ,,...,        are  taklng
ajDias   the   right    to   iu  Southern  Eu Bel in   be left
island  l<-';|- j*1  "-""'"'i   oi -i     wen   drawn
up tu be BUbmltti d to h_ ku!| court,
answers to which ... ild determine
the rights of the r .,, -,. , and Dominion respective!. In thi itti r ol the
regulation  of tl bi   li _
.1 ;''
uiiu
Prlvj
Council was then to i       ked to pass
upon the decision of the Full Co irt,
h ls understood, however, thai the
'���'"'I Court does not Inti nd to entertain  the matter, holding that the trl-
tni
lor'tlw BrlU b Columbia honors.
I was were ai full strength, and
,,, of endurance  was
Itbotwh om
A Great   Struggle.
..;i.  qo lack of enthusiasm
���,,. Rover.' supporters and i*''y
|     , d iu  Hi- grand
i k   when   the
u the v"'-v h"   buna!  .hould not  be Invoked save in
ed   '!i"    IJovers,   ,,. ..���,.,  ol  -  ,.,���,,.   ri ftnd ^
v a splendid   |- d0es not all foi  tn.   li   I    m ol a i
I I nol mature.    .,.,,.,   ./(,illts ,������ law.   , _, ,       pfbmui-
out,  bui   was   ..,;,.()   bj   lh(. crown,    ll   will  be  re-
however,   membered that al  the last .sitting of
the Full Court, E.  V   Bodweli, K   C
argued  several  questions  arising out
of the i Ighta of the Dominion and the
ball  to   Provinci   In   regard   to   Indian   lands.
The Court reserved its- decision, and it
la now   understood mat  no Judgmi nt
will be rendered In this matter either,
und on the same grounds.
Last   year  the   Province  prosecuted
. a Baherman     who    contravened    the
tow of the vlBlting halfs' play wns   pnn|ni.i;il   F.B-_ery
Uaik Vner nnd Waddy Robertson, I _���
what Locke ani Craig lacked in
,iv _ ai length took up th. run-
... the sun ai their
b  ti    ,      Pi ai on  gol  away
| ive the
���.-���.-.���   who fail-d with the shot.
Liit ihe Rovers,    playing    very
L . ���.   football,  recovered  losl
px),an. the backs passing ap w.*li
irard. Rr/dilen   pul   In   a   shot   io
loper, who op'-iv il the seorine.   The
.-���_.   Bruce
regulations,    and
he c.is.. was carried to the Full Court,
which   held   thai   the  regulations  ol
made up m  cleverness, the Evince were ultra vir,,_    Leav���
:-.-       _,    0own    splendidly. ��� wa8 asl.(,(| ,() appea] ((| th-> pHvv (.<)|m
was very  weak, Mc   -���     ���,   ���,,. n.u^,(]   .      ,)u,   pn||
bbe.      il; off color, and time CoOTt    A,  ������.  ���  WM ,.., tatentton
1 Hurre��>  a,"l l''*v-   to apply to the Privy Council direct
which conld n,u   ,,���. |eaye t(J appeaJ   wWtih   cm    bi
and   KIrby    did   j,lvi,n   _llj)(,  ,,.?Br(-UaS.  ,lf .IBJ. ,,.,.,������,
'''i a Canadian Oourr. but later on it
was thought better tn raise the whole
question by getting the Full Court
tn pass upon a nun!'., r Of qui .-tions
covering the wh.de matter, and thus
iltlll   i in nrn  minnr  **-"���  "l0 controveray  oui  of the way
UML WM PAnAUt
for good, one way or the other.
If  this  plan  fails, as i;   will  if the
���Full   Court   refuses   to  entertain    th>.
I ICotiiiiiie. fretn  Page Three.)
(in for
cat Coir
1 St Andrew's   Church���Rev.
I.i Henderson Preached
parties Attend   in   Strength j que-:inns  at   all,  it   seems  likely that
the first method will have to be reverted to ��� This. however, has not
rot been consider, d. it is understood
by the government, nnr enn it well
ho until  the  Full  Court has  formally
["''-'��� parade of A and announced Its decision
Wales, Sixth Regiment, was
I ��������������� "���' mlng lu St Andrew's
P* ;t""" helng _ good mutter ol
B*   Ttici,. soldierly appearance
""���'.v.' khaki uniforms attracted
p W'-tion on nv parade trom
[toDoni-,, the mt, being by way
1 avenue, Eighth street, aud
FJfttftet to the church, headed by
gfott, Fife Band of A and B
paaH undei 8ergt..lnstructor
reM_ Corporal Dickenson, in
P����i the form 0f the parade, and
l    "al ��  ""        irch   ihey  OCCU-
i_l_n*d "''" m ,!"- ,,,,dy of
Ci.,   "      J   8,  l.eiiderso.
V, wn   ''*������    some  line
L w,Y,k">- h v   rendered, In-
L ,a ^'" '��� M: M��nn with
[""nil effe, i
��B.i!'1!""d'!'"n Preached from
inh.i     m Solomon's BhleltU,
,Jn" ;l" d icusslon in the
__r.o'' ',"'  ",'"'1   "f   m<'"   '���:'"l��'r
{������*<- to protect the Brit
L - Mi(1 '"��� (li'l Mt want
******** He was in
1V5*- J*l Kiv.-,, ,o pr,
k'M���,'and��hip8,andtheas-
Nto. "l"tr"-vu' thv empire,
WiV ttt m���� be true Su,!
"Ct!r   "rmi,,""l)" ���""' Chris.
LTh�� ��_m_ and ,
rfra dm " commisaioned
h-C;n'v U"m Cunningham,
!.St^u^-.,  ' ''*""���''��� Bergts,  Mom-
tWr0'Sapl Corbett, Lieut. Jl
rk^or-.���. Corbo��'d and I). C,
ft 0'
Will
I-1      nt Quarter
HARRY BERESFORD WAS
ONE STEADY LAUGH
���"Who's Your Friend" About as Conn
cai a Comedy as Could be
Conceived,
!^%J ,:"'"""' <"��d d, o.
1 ^noZ ' ^ 8er8t��. Hunt
Blitt ' ''��� McArthur and J.
_!hfrp^> ,.
P^Uerg, .1."f'   Pi
��S���0lii    '"   the   corps, #hn.
1 "n   the active list.
Br1 hy attending the
*y^:z '^driiis th.s
isy tor ,;,"1i ihu��^. <"
'" -I'-'tloi,   next
Para,;..     ,r
Harry Beresford must be a born humorist No man who k)kes and
:auj-lis mainly beoause be ���-- paid for
it could haive scored the Buccess
Beresford did aa Daniel Halve In
���'Who's Your Frlead" at the Opera
House Saturday night, with a tl<,lls''
about two-thirds empty, But apparently such trivial matters as box office receipts do not trouble the whimsical Harry, for he acted as If thoii-
Kaads had been applauding bin. instead Of merely hundreds -If It Is ��a/e
to put the numerical designation iu
the plural.
The comedy In which ii< -tarred on
Saturday afforded M_. Beresford fun
Bc6pa tor IHm genius lu mirth provoking, the burden of smiU'-ra-ising devolving mainly upon him, although
MI..-- Orayoe Beebe, af Itosallf, fu��-
nlshed material tor numeioua laughs.
W. IS. Lyons, as ltarry Harrison, in
love wllh Ula Hake (Miss Bdlth
Wylle), was a prominent Bgure In O'''
cast, while the <-tii*-t feinlnme role, although ostensibly In tne hands of Miss
Wylle, was at times appropriated ">'
Miss Jane Perrell as Kay. a dashing
creature who displayed her costumes
to the best advantage,    AH the ""ial
er  parts, were  well   taken
Taking It all through, "Who's Itonr
Friend" is easily the ��'^;I """''"
production seen here ibis Benson, rne
jokes and quips were coming BO rBPl ���
ly thai  many chances   for a hear
'lani.li were overlooked    b)  tbe 'uu '
ence.       However,  one  laugh
less mattered UtUe, as the whole i> ay,
from start   lo finish,  WBI  BU  |,,"l ' "
.stream of laughter,
COLLECTOR SCORNS
SMUGGLERS* PRICE
HOLY TRINITY OFEICERS IK'GILL AGAIN
Customs Officer Turns Down
a $50,000 "Settlement"
Offer.
New York. April ] ".- - _n offer to
i1'1.* ?���"'"���  "��� the Pi Ited States government to Bettle the muggling cases
which the custom ���: - ,;,. are now
investigating  I ���...,. to Col
lector William Lo. b, jr., of this port,
Tne offer was fused Harrison <->-
borne, counse ; Mr. v ��� b, said Collector Loeb had dec! I I that there
should be no compromise wiih the
mugglers.
Mr. Osborm idded that two attorneys who stated that their services
bad been engagi | y men who claimed
to v . ent the men who owned the
prop, rty recently seized by the customs officers ; roposi a thai the government should surrender the seized
goods, amounting in all to about $50,-
000 worth of French gowns and aces.
ii was announced that the goods
would be sold by auction. Besides
using the names of Mis Nellie (Irani
and Mrs. John E, Mason. Mr. Osborne
said the smugglers had Bhlpped trunks
full of goods to this city addressed to
a woman of Pottstown, Pa., and another of Minneapolis.
NOMINATIONS ARE THREE
FOR ALDERMANIC VACANCY
10 PRESENT REPORTS
Cathedral Parish Holds Vestry This Evening���Financial Condition Good.
The annua] vestry meeting of Holy
Trinity parish will be held this evening ai 8 o'clock, a number of reports will be presented. The church,
wardens i Dr. It. E. Walker and J. J.
Jones) report tinn the past year has
���been a bus. one In the pa:ish, and the
finances are in a healthy condli on.
l-.n y In the year, the parish was offered $1500 for the loi on the ea I end
of Agnes street. As this loi was of
no especial us,- to the church, u was
deemed advisable to accepi this offer,
and the sale was accordingly made.
After deducting comml -ion on sale,
and expense of transfer, a balance of
$1394.00 was left, W.th this was paid
off'ile balance of tho mortgage on St.
George's Hall, $500; loan on lot immediately east of the church, $-ii::;
kalsomlning, ventilating and renovating the church, $590.15, and grading
of chinch yard, $84.45; a total ot
$1377.60. Th,e space beneath St.
Ceo:' '? hall had been utilized, and a
large dining room and kitchen has
been built in the basement.
Finances.
The total receipts from all sources,
Including  money  borrowed   from  tlie
SUEEERS DEEEAT
(Continued  on Page  Seven.)
FIERCE RIOT ENDS SOCCER
GAME FOR SCOTCH TROPHY
Three-cornered  Fight on  Saturday for
S��at at Council  Board���Mr.
Hardman  Withdraws.
As was expected three candid,ues
onl. were nominated on Saturday for
the aldi rmanic vacancy owing to the
resignation of Alderman Garrett. They
were E. J. Fader, J, S. Bryson. and
A. M Herring. Alfred Hardman withdrew at the last moment, and signed
Mr. Bryson's paper. The election
lak.-s place on Saturday next.
Mr. Fader's paper was either signed
or witness,.d by C. A. Welsh. J. _.
Qamon, ,l. Reichenbach, T. Oven-, t.
.1. Trapp, T. 11. Smith, and R, Preston,
F. ,1. L,y_cl), H. Kvall and F. J. Mackenzie,
Mr. Bryson's paper contained the
names of U. S. Curtis, \V. S. Collister,
F. J. Coulthaird, James B, Kennedy,
Peter McDougall, W. T. _. House, J.
Cameron, C. C. Cameron, tit.. B.
Cross, J. C. Armstrong, John A. Lee,
Ed Goulet, K. Buchanan and A. Hard-
man.
The nominator und asaenter of A.
M. Herring were T. S. Annandale and
J, Reichenbach.
Sixty   Thousand    Persons   Charge   on
Field and  Set Fire to  Buildings
��� Forty   Are   Injured.
D0U-H000RS PURCHASE
LAND IN PASS VALLEY
Two Thousand  Acres   of   Fruit   Land
Sold to Peter Veregin's Followers
For $20,000.
Rossland, April is.���J. a. Kinney,
lh,. well-known C. P. lt. conductor,
W. H. Uas<*. of Cas.legar, and H. B.
lenders, of Brilliant (formerly
Waterloo), have sold to Hie DoukhO-
bor Society a tract of two thousand
teres of land located in Pass Valley,
which lies about four miles north of
Caatlegar. The consideration is $_0,-
000. It is the intention o�� tho *o-
ilety to clear and Improve this land
und uh_ it as pasture for lis Stock.
The Doukhobor Society .some time
since purchased :t,ooo acres in the
n|gh orhood of ��� Brilliant, which will
l���. devoted principally to fruit an.
yegetable raining. A large nnmher
a_e coining in addition to those al��
, ady hers, and, When they have
brough-l the land to a high stale or
cultivation, they will need considerably more than that which they have
ilready acquired.
Glasgow, April 18.���l'he final Boccer
football game for the Scot-h cup ended in a riot yesterday. Sixty thousand spectators charged upon the players' field and tore up tlie goal post.-.
und set tire to the entrance gate fence
and ticket booths. More than forty
persons were injured and taken to
hospitals.
When the firemen attempted to extinguish the blaze the crowd cut the
hose, rendering their efforts useless.
.Y_ouutod police then cnarged the rioters and in the face of a ball of rocks,
bottles and other missiles, succeeded
in keeping the grandstand and pavilion, where the players had taken
refuge, free. These structures atone
were saved from the flames.
The trouble arose because the teams
refused to play extra to settle a lie.
Most of the injured are policemen.
ENDURANCE CONTEST ENDS
IN WIN FOR SEATTLE TEAM
Keen and Jenkins Knock Down  13,738
Pint in  Marathon Bowling Contest at Rainier Alleys.
Seattle, April IS-���At a quarter to
ten o'clock this evening the first
bowling Marathon <-ver pulled off on
this coast ended, the finish being
watched by an immense crowd of en-
theuslasts. Keen and Jenkins, of
Seattle, who rolled 76 games w,on the
endurance contest with a total of 13,-
738 pin. to their credit. The Vancouver .earns finished fifth and sixth in
the list. All the other contestants
were Seattle men
ll. R. Carver, of New Westminster,
acted aa foul line Judge, remaining on
duty th_  entire twenty four hours.
Following are the tram scores:
Ive'1" and  Jenkins J3,7;iS
O'Donneil und  Allen 13.451
Fronhager and Bechtel 13.349
Nye and  Kunilegraher   11.707
Hodge  and   Steers. 12,(JK7
Hockley and  Crist    l_,i;.5
Wet more and Cressmaii 12,113
llenson and Robb 12.(_.'i
Ottawa, April 10.- Civil Service
competitive examinations for vacant
clerkships in the Inside service will
De held at Vancouver, Victoria and
Nelson on May 25.
The Coal Strike.
Xelson, April IS.���The strike In the
Crow's Nest Pass and Mbcrtii coal
mines will not affect the operations
of the mines or smelters Of the Consolidated Mining & .melting Company at Rossland, Phoenix, Moyle,
Sandon and Trail, as all those properties have several months' supply of
fuel on hand and can meel more ir
it should be required.
Columbian College Wins the
Track Meet By Majority of
Fifteen Points.
(lolum lian college �� as vlctorlou ���
again In its vecond annual track meel
witn McGill university, Vancouver, at
the Iir ickton Point grounds, last Saturday, '.iy the comfortable score ot ���������-
;m Ints to 40.
'i be results In all the events were
verj fair, although none of the worlds
nvord were at any time In danger.
In the high jump and pole vault, both
of which were won by the college, the
height made by the winners is not all
iln- limit  they can go.
Galloway was the great man for
McGill and for short distances he is
a very conststant runner, always being sure on  the getaway.      _e mflRe
16 of Mi-Gill's 10. The rotundity of
the champion at shotputtlng gave the
Vancouver supporters no fear of Francis, until it became evident by the
way lie heaved the iron that he had
the necessary muscle.
The finish of the mile was the most
exciting of any contest. Murray, of
McGill. the winner, set tlie pace ut
the start, with the hope of getting an
early lead which he could maintain till
the end. White, of the College, how-
ever, kept at his heels and pushed
him so hard for the lead, which was
never more than three feet, that neither had any strength for a sprint at
the close, and Murray had to be carried from the track.
The finish for the half and quarter
mile also brought down the grandstand, and were hard fought wins,
Holt and McKenzie only breasting the
tape a few feet ahead of their nearest
opponents.
The local school was able to maintain the lead in the relay race from
start to finish, but only won by a couple of yards. Galloway, the first runner for McGill, spiked himself hi the
left foot just as he finished his disunite.      The wound is not dangerous.
Willi the exception of the rugby
team, which was really only a novice
at the game, the Colleg,. has n.ver
been defeated in any contest by McGill, and although at the start of the
track meet McGill made the most
points, the Collegians were never nervous over the final result.
The Winners.
100 yards���First, P. Smith (Ml. 11-
!-."> seconds; second. J. Galloway (Ml;
third.  W.  Myers  |C).
220 yards���First, J. Galloway, (Ml,
24 3-6 seconds; second, W. Myers (C);
third,  H.  liiipps  (M).
Quarter mile���First, H. McKenzie
(C), 50 4-.1 seconds; second, R. PhlpPs
(Ml;   third,  ,1.  MoA.th.Ur  (C).
Half-mile���First, ,1. Hoult |C), 2
minutes 14 second-; second, A. J.
Knowllng (Ml; third, t'. House (C).
Mill���First, W. Murray (M), 1 mm
ues oil ;!-4 seconds; second, A. White
(C);  third, A.  Wells  IC).
12U yards hurdles���First, .1. Galloway (M), 20 4-5 seconds* second, C.
Watson (C.; third, G. O. Fallis (Cl.
Long Jump���First, H. Ferguson (C),
17 I'.ei !l 1-2 inches; second, P. Smith
(M);  third, li. O. Fallis (C).
High Jump���First, c. Watson (C), 4
feet 10 indu.; second. J. Galloway
(M); third, H. Ferguson (C), and G.
O. Fallis. (C>, d-ed.
Pole vault���First, H. Ferguson tC),
U feci; second. .1 Davidson .0); third,
G. Boyd (M).
Putting the shot���First, J. Francis
(C), ii feet 6 .1-2 Inches; second, B.
Brydonv-Jack .(Ml; third, G. O. Failis
(C).
The Columbian colleg,- team which
won the relay race was: J. Holt, W.
Meyer, G. FaJiis, C. Watson.
The points scored by the individual
competitors was as follows: Galloway (M), IH. Ferguson (Ct, 10 1-2;
Wat.son (C), 8; Smith (lit), 8; Francis (C>. 5; M-rray (M), 5; McKenzie
(C), 5; Holt (('), 6) Meyer (C), 4;
Phipps (.Ml, 4: Pallia (C), ;i 1-2;
Hiydone-Jack <M), .'!; Knowlitig (M),
3; Davidson (Cl. 3; White <C). ::;
House (C), 1; Hoyt tM), ]-, McArthur (C), 1; Wells (C��. 1.
Five points were credited lor first
place, ;: for second and 1 for third.
The relay counted live on the total
for the winning school,
VICTORII ORES
FRO. IENIOR LEAGUE
Three Clubs in Amateur Lacrosse Association--Schedule Drawn Up.
The   principal   del eli .      ���   the
adjourned meeting of the B C A. L.
A. held in ihis city oi - lay is
that Victoria will noi run '��� ..m in
the association this year. A schedule
was then drawn up ���ud the meeting
adjourned till Wedni I ��� ek for the
amendment constitution to be drafted.
The delegates pr nt w< e:    A. W.
Gray, president, In the chair, C- A.
Welsh, and F. J. Lynch, representing
Westminster; Con .Ion. s and Lionel
Vorke, Vancouver; .1. Martin and H.
Sacret, Maple Leafs, and !.-. Sweeney,
Victoria.
Victoria   Strict   Amateurs.
Archie McNaughton wrote commend,
ing the association for having taken
the line it had in breaking away ��rom
the Ii. C. A. A. lv expressing the
opinion it was the best '-hing possiblo
for the future of lacrosse ia the province.
The determination of Victoria to
oppose- the action oi the association
was not; long in coning to thv surface
and Mr. Sweeney continued to harp
on that idea througixmt the ,-vening.
He took the line that the various athletic associations in Victoria were
under the control ot the B. C. A. A.
U. and by playng In B. C. A. L. A.
games the men would be professionalized in every other sport. He wanted
to see a senior league fi-omed independent of Vancouver and Westminster as both teams had confessed to
professionalism. The :, ams he mentioned wen. Victoria. V. A. C, Maple
Leafs and  Westminster intermediates.
The president asked how much further would they g^t? That league it
(Continued on Page 0.)
MAT AMALGAMATE
BIG GERMAN LINES
Alliance   Under  One  Control   of   Shipping  Valued at $115,750,000
Proposed.
New York, April is.-a special Ber-
Un cable to the "Times" _ays; "Reports are current that proposals will
be brought forward at the annual
shareholders' meeting of 'he North
German Lloyd at Breman, on April
24, with a view to effecting the amalgamation of that line with tbe Hain-
burg-Amercian line. It ts believed
that each of the great German lines
could continue to do practically the
same business It does now separately
by the maintenance ol" join: othces
throughout the world, and by ottier-
wise sharing the operating charges,
while doing away with profit-destroying competition at various points. The
proposed alliance would bring under
one control a shipping capital aggregating the enormous sum of $Ul*.-
-U,00��.
FLEET  TO  GREET
IMPERIAL SCRIBES
London. April 18.���The first, second and Third divisions of tbe home
fieet und the Atlantic tk-et, comprising US battleships and cruisers and
75 torpedo boats, will assemble at
Spiih-'ad on June 10 for insptc:Km by
the colonial journalists attending tDe
lliiperi.tl   Press  conference.
T-Prlln. April 18. Advices received
by the German foreign offlcp from
Gennftn Fast Africa stale that sixty
deaths from plague have occurred In
N.viinzu. district, which lies -south or
'he Victoria Xyanz...
Death of Mrs. Oodd.
The deuth took place ut the Vancouver general hospital on Saturday ot
Mrs. Clara Louisa Dodd, wife of William Dodd. for 20 years government
ageni at Yale, B. C, at tbe age of
54. She leaves two son* and a
daughter. One son, Leunie, is at Ar-
rowhead, and the other, W. E. Dodd,
is in the service of the C. P. R. The
daughter is a nurse at the Royal Victoria hospital, Montreal.
'Iile funeral will take place today
from St. Mary's church, Sapperton.
Archdeacon Pentreath officiating.
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THE   DAILY  NEWS,
7.    __-
M0NDAY. APR,. ���
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND. REAL   ESTATE.
PR0FF.C~*9NAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
Extract from a business man's letteer:  "A real dyed-in-the-wool, name-blown inthe-bottle success insurance policy can only be bought by advertising. You must advertise and keep on advertising. And, _ir!
to invest twenty thousand dollars in judicious advertising than sink the same amount in suburban real estate."     Whoever sells good advertising sells business, sells income, sells bank accounts,  sells  growth        ^ *DU better
the man wbo talks of advertising as an expense does not know the first letter of the alphabet that makes up the words to describe advertising.     Watch   our   Classified   Columns   and    be   convinced   that        pr09r��s, an(j
ldver*isi"9   pays.
PERSONAL.
AUCTION  SALE
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial lite companion lor
any respectable man 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.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
WANTED.
WANTED���Men to clear and grade
2 1-2 acres land. Tackle provided.
Apply Walker Bios.. Edmonds station.
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.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables,
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
REAL ESTATE.
ELOCUTION.
WANTED���Second band extension
ladder; state price and write to M.
G,  Box  29, city.
WANTED���Girl for general housework.    Apply in the evenings. Mrs.
*\V. G McQuarrie, Second street and
Fourth avenue
HELEN BADGLEY. TEACHER OF
elocution, physical culture a,nd dramatic art. Every Monday, 3 to 8
p.m. Knights of Pythias hall, or 992
Hornby Street, Vancouver. Phone
B3535.
���
FANCY POULTRY, EGGS, ETC.
FOUND.
FOUND���Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply P. O. Box 148.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���Three lots together, be-
tween Eighth and Tenth streets.One
corner. $800; $350 cash, balance 0,
12 and 18 months. Apply Box 6,
this office.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
.breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Write your requirements.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
FOR SALE���30 acre farm, 5 milts
from New Westminster on Fraser
river, n^ver 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,
323 Front street, opp. Market, New
Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS, ;
Limited, Front street, New West- ]
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery, I
Mill plants and specifications pre-1
pared.
WHY BUY pokey foot lots when you
can buy 2 1-2 acres partly cleared
and planted with fruit trees, within
three miles of Westminster; nmin
road, permanent water; for i4;,D
cash. Cook & Boss, opposite -Market, Front street, New Westminster
REAL  E8TATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and  suburban  property.
200 Columbia street.
NURSERY.
MALINS. COULTHARD & CO., LTD.,
J. H. Vidal, J. P., Manager Real Estate Department.     Phones 106 and
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES, I    J211.
Ltd.,  Burnaby   Lake���For   healthy, FOUR   FINK   RESIDENTIAL   IX. TS
home-grown fruit treps phone 445. in  Burnaby,   overlooking    the city,
one block from city tram; $150 each,
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 line; 15 minutes from city. $750,
terms.
ABBOTT & HYDE.  (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Real estate, Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMIN
Co., bank  off]
WOODWORK!*]
��abl     tab   Z""-**
and di   .
mates i .
prletor
and car line,   p
473.
'. mum!
Desl8M an. eJ
���I. Brookes, p
'   ���*   Kl.-ve
��- -"ox 254, pd
FOR SALE���Eggs for hatching. Buff
Leghorn. $1 per sitting. Apply 204
Agnes, corner Elliott.
FOR SALE-���A good family cow.
ply W. McCurrach, Wise road.
Ap-
EGGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per setting of 13. Hans Vo'glsang, poultry
expert, 936 Keefer street, Vancouver, B. C.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
TOR SALE���Safe, cash register, sec- i
ond-hand, cheap. Box W. T. F., this
offlce.
ROOMS TO RENT.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of lilackie and Carnarvon
Streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for sale.   Reference furnished.
FISH AND GAME.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC j
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee;
supplies, etc. <S010 Westminster!
road, Vancouver, and branch nur-i
sery at South Vancouver.
PAPER   HANGING  &   DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON,  WALL PAPER,  ROO.M
T4 cash, balance in 2 years.
EIGHTY ACRES FRUIT LAND IN
Surrey, 3 miles from Westminster
bridge; $500 worth of cedar, half
mile from ... 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.
PEERS ft RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
specially. Room 7 Hamley block.
P. O. Box 458, phone 364.
FRATERNAL. SOCIETIES,
i-o. O. p, ,.,,,���.,,. X(J'
The regular
'������' ol this lo<
are held In Oddfellows' hall,
.   Mondaj '
I   rguson,   i
bla  i
at 8 o'c
grand,   w.l lAm.rec"
ROSE  OF
TO RENT���Furnished rooms, corner
Seventh street' and Agnes, near
Carnegie Library.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let ln suites of two for light
housekeeping. All .team-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 609 Victoria street.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begble st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
Mouldings,    Burlaps   and   Sanitas;
house  painting, kafcomining.  paper  A FINE LOT ON FOURTH STREET,
hanging    and    decorating.      Sixth f    near Sixth avenue, only $400.     In-
street, New Westminster. vestigate this.
    160 ACRES IN SURREY, INCLUDING
PHOTOGRAPHER. 80 acres of best land ln the district
and timber equal in value to price
S. J. RITCHIE. ARMSTRONG BLOCK      of land     This ,s .    .n;l. fU $240O;
(over Johnston's shoe store).   Car-      e       terms
bon and platinum portraits, interior  EIGHTY ACRES AT CLAYTON SUR-
and    commercial    work,    amateur j    reyi at |50 ___ acre; _om. ,mpr0T0.
work, etc. ments; good terms.
 '   SIXTY
PRINTERS.
FURNITURE.
ACCOUNTANTS   ANO   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Guinn & Fairley, phone
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver.
B. C.
C. HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 14, Guicbon Block, New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; best tfork
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Dally News Block, Sixth
street.
PROFESSIONAL.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 38C. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery,  P.  O.  Box 811.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
HOME MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, head
cheese, etc.
JEWELRY.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT.
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SA1T,  ARCHITECT���
Gulchon  Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER   ft   SHERRIFF,   ARClll
tects, Gulchon  l lock.      P.  O.  Box
772.     phone BB2.
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. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 19.
Telephone 64
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office Is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
RESTAURANTS.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
LAUNDRY.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Biackie Street. Now Is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $1. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entr.e or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
ACRES IMPROVED FARM
near Cloverdale, dwelling, bawi,
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 black
loam soil. This is a bargain at
$40 per aero and -liould be a moneymaker for some one but "first com.
first served."
FOR SALE���1 have 10 acres here, 4
acres getting ready for crop. Fruit
land, in 20-yenr-old fruit district; no
'backwoods; about a mile from C. P.
R. station, 24 miles from Vancouver; good drainage; soil suitable for
flower pots; not a pebble; six-room
house, stable, local telephone line
past property; schools, churches,
bank, doctor, etc. Must sell this
month. By tender only. Send for
prints of house. No agpnts. Gordon Tunner, Owner, Hammond, B.C.
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postoffloe, Box 874;
phone 498. Re-al estate and insurance, money to (loan. Call and se<-
our 11-. of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing els��-
where.
WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT
to offer for sale two fine lots on
Fifth avenue near Queen's park. The
lots are all cleared and full size, 66x
132. Price only $600 each; halt
cash, balance in 6 and 12 months.
LODGEj
115,  Son ...   BS_
Rose    ... .
fourth   Wedi     1 ij   .1     ,
in K. ol  P     .     ��� :.      tree, ,
P-m.     Whii    Rose   Degree |'
Wednes la    in   ���    _   ,
time ami ting    .
cordlallj .,,���   ^
pres.;  HI .     .<.y.
��� 0. U. W     ' IDGB}
Meetings  th    flrsl  and third'
day in each   i ath    visiting |
ren    cordis I)    [o.vil ���!   to  attl
Lodge room, A o. r. \v. __ii,.i
fellows' block   Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNEI i'V, NO 4099,
���Meets  the  fourth    Friday il|
month at    8 o'doi k,   In the
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF _AGl
Aerie No 20 -Meets i i ry T'jet
evening at 8 p.m. in I;�� E��|
ball, Columbia street \ fiarkj
Pres.;  H. Schofleld, Secretary.
SECOND-HAND STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. A. Speck, near Tram
office.
STENOGRAPHY   __   TYPEWRITING.
THE  ROYAL TEMPLARS OF
perance m el every Wedmnl
8 p.m., in Oddfellows hall f"o.u.
street.
SONS OF BOOTLANTJ i'.KN.F.
soclation. Lord of the Isles
191���Meets on the first and
Tuesday of ev.-ry month in K
hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth street, $r7
per month.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near tram office,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance.
FOUR NICE LOTS, a naif block from
Columbia Street, between Keary and
Alberta Streets, Sapperton, for $275
each.   Lots abutting are worth $500.
TWO NICE DOUBLE corners  in the
I West End at $150 each, 1-3 cash,
balance 6 and  12 months.
A GOOD 5-ROOM cottage do--, in for
$950; half casJi, balance over two
years,
TWO ACRES OF LAND nearly a/1
cleared and a live-room house and
chick.-n bouse, for $1500; half cash,
balance 6 and 12 months. This is
just outside city limits.
FREEMAN    BUNTING.      ROOM
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
14,
CUSTOM 8TENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co-
l.mbia streel    Phone 62.
I. O. O. P.���KU . __   CITY
No. 3���Meet-*   in   Oddfellow-
Columbia street, every Friday <
lng at 8 o'clock.    Visiting bnett
will bo made wWcome.   G. E
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. G, i
��g secretary
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAl-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 41 Sixth street,
phone B350.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOClE
include the Union Lo<i-<" Hfci!
F. and A. M.; King Solomon!
No. 17, A. F. and A. M , L I
No. 1150; L. 0. L., No. 1593; ���
Sapperton, No 4883, I 0. F. C-j
F., Court Westminster, So
Brotherhood of Owls, N'e-t
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne street, w. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
HOARD   OF   TRADE   NEW
minster Hoard of Trade B"���-*'
board room. City Hall, as 1*1
Third  Thursd U    of   c-xb H
quarterly    iv '    IhC
Thursday ol February, .\. .. A��J
and No- n ' l s >'m' AJ
meetings on the third TnuraM
February. Sev m*aotts m. I
proposed a    i : any ��� |
ly or    quartorl
Stuart-Wad"
oeoeo-eoeoeoeoo^oer*. O+r+a+O o+o+o+o+o+o+<x)+Cj+c,+c>+c)+,q+q
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
s ~
The   Daily  News.
ADVERTISING  DEPARTMENT
Offices    and     Editorial     Rooms,     McKenzie     Street,      Opposite     Library.
NEW   HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., A HOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS     REASONABLE TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
&oec*o*oeoeooeo��oeoec*oeoo��_��o^^
GET YOUR  SPRING  SUIT /��� T
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel  Bloc'*,  P.  O.  Box  644,
New  Westminster.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTI'
���IN���
THE        DAILY NE'
Westminster's H<-��rie  Pap
The Daily News is the best want-getter in the district. Others have demonstrated this fact, and your patronage is solicited to the same end.
If you want help of any kind, want to rent your
house or rooms, want to sell or exchange any article, to
buy or sell real estate, try an advertisement in our Classified Columns. Our rates are One Cent per Word for one
insertion, Four Cents per Word for six insertions. Special
contract real estate rates on application.
NOTICE.
New Westminster  District.
District of New Westminster,
Take notice,  lhat  Harriet  Ford, of
Pltl  Meadows, B. C, occupation mar-
ried lady, intends to apply for permls-
; Ion to   purchase    the    following de-
ribed lands:  Commencing at .a post
planted at the southeast corner of Lot
1020, thence west 20 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 18 chain-
more or less to Agamenmon Channel,
thence northerly along the shore to
the point of commencembnt, containing 1C0 acre, more or Icrs.
HARRIET FORD,
M. L, CORDON, Agent.
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 thnt li. .1. McQiiarrla, of
New Westminster, B. ('.. occupation,
electric railway manager, Intends to
apply for permission io purchase Hie
following describe, lands in the district of New Westminster:
Commencing at a |*>st planted ai
Ihi-    southwest    corner    (>f    |ot  1 ;;;io.
ofl
.,  _0t11''r (
,hence east to l'"'"1""   m,h,,o H
1862, thence south ti WJ
ner of .01 897, thence-oj
erly and northerly ��  *.gCf(.|int1
,���,,������. vi- fining 100��
or less. i
DANIEL JOHKM
Per JOHN F- '!U'       ,  -
Date! Decern13
irl9tl ���MO
N0AY.APR"-19,
1909.
THE  DAILY   -.EWS.
PAGE THREE.
NOT'
CE TO CON
TRACTORS.
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Building, S.c-
between Lake
and Winnipeg.
,. station
^TouiH-"^
r, '. id���d U, the uu-
r i w  the enve,lopa
'       etc."  will 1^
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ti"'- ,al,uel_UU   .ajl-
a & ll fi.
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
ail tne toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and   follow  directions.
a b
ar
_!
o'clock noon
Apr.l, 1903, for the
i complete, In
.. jlh .,,.. ^lans aud apocln-
.�����- ..,.     . of sta-
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v Lake Superior
���   ir VVabigoon
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+
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in
um   M le   1629   to
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i    Ions bui d-
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lulldlhgs, -i No.
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quired  at ���aU
ul    i--i.c.li  other
ited  by ti.''
���    or   all tbe
section, and Be i i
made Bar - ������
. tion must  be
Octobcn   --.
��� ��� ������ lona    miiy Ik-
. 'i. Obtail ad, a;
I  Mr,   V ;. I.   D.   LlUBMdl n.
Ont., a_fl  Mr. j
ea llneer, Winni-
���   notified tliat
: ���       comldered ualess
Typewriters in Stock
The American OLIVER visible writing. Can do what
other first-class machines can do, and more. Has
improvements equal to other first-class machines,
and more. A cash price and on time price. Sole,
.UfffB    1 direct  agents.
Westminster Wins
Champion Honors
(Contii ied  trom Page One.)
greai  ivorl iack, long kicking with
judgment being the wile. The referee
gave bi .���:,..; free kicks against Westminster, when in tlie opinion of spec-
tato was  no need   for  them.
The i'ii. half < nded with play all In
favor of U   -; minster.
Rovers  Forge Ahead,
in the      -   ; part the Celtics made
strenuous i fforts to equalise, but would
nol ha     don   . i except fi r a mistake.
Pear on ing Klrby through a mis-
take on  i.i    part, shot  clean  at the
goal,   Bar ian e had the ball all right,
T but could nol clear it before Nanson
���
+ ; ono all.
kicked ll  through, making the Bcore
The forward line of the Cei-
| J. J. MacKay & Co. j
i ties, consldi red to be the crack one of
��� tli,- coas . a ipeared completely disor-
+ ganlsed and seldom became danger-
X ou i. Si -.. ral frees again t the Celtics
J I Bhowe I       .   were playing rough, bul
��� there wa no rlous injury. Sawyers
Zjgot in some long kicks,   Suddenly the
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NEWS  DEALERS
Spring Cleaning
A     lie .-��� li -     i!_
,    ,    -,��� ���   help    .    ��� ���   ii mi ���
wife in  Spring cleanln    time,
W< also h.i.ve Jap-a-iai Bap a
lac, Liquid Veneer, etc., tor
brightening up the ; irnlture,
Ciil". in :l_1 inspect ou; .too..
ill
I   vr ins   supplied
i.-_be cos.:;. ���    which   ina.   b<
K   chief -'nain- {
��������� let engineer
I.-    signed  and j
all the parties \<i the  ten*
.nd be accompan-
ipir un a char
I  .minion  of  < Jan-
Hfl . of the
Transcontinental
equal  to ti n  per
'  ���   amount  of  the
TJ. TRAPP & CO.
HI
______���
wi ted 1 y the party
Va- . i u in be de
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���^v      -   Iw ��� rtlng   This   advi r-
1' ' Iron the com.
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Ma-.uracturet\j and _2.ai.rs ir. All Ktna    mt
Lutnber,   LatS,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
laterior FinisJbt,     fiurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit \Boxe..
Large .Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always ,in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
j Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12.
New Wertmiivater
ball came lown, ir lacked only four
minutes to time, and Johnston scored
a beautiful goal. Encouraged by the
burs' of enthusiasm from the Westminster suppo 'ers it was not long be-
ton the Rovers mad. iheir position
Impregn ible bj Hurren Bcoring, almost on time. All the Celtic team wer,.
ofl i ir, Vi.-.: backs wei - �� ak, and
vn 1' wards would not get rid of the
ball. Certainly the Celtic line-up was
a failure, and lacked mak ng gi od the
:-���: i xpectatlons raised In the past
11 �� weeks. Risk was the best man
on ��� home team. Too much praise
can: oi be given the ��� ivvs, the com-
i n of Hooper and Hurren, the i
e.ii play of thi   I i vt s, and i he
ad'     i .1" defence.
The  Teams.
T . -.earns lined up: Westminster,
Boal, Barbaree; backs, Bruce and
Kir..'. : halves, Craig, Sawyers and
Loi forwards.    iV,. Izien,    Hurren,
Ho   ier, Johnston and Shawcross,
I    Celtics:    Goal,  McCormack;   backs,
Ros-. and  McKenzie;    halves,    Risk.
Scott and  Knowles;  forwards, Win:.
Anderson,    Pearson.    Robertson,  :yid ���
Nanson,
Ri i. ree: O. Phillips.
B.  C.   Cup  Final.
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'SWARM   OF   BEES
SOON CLEARS COURT
MADE BY v
"TU��fl5 tlFfl ak CEREAL F00OS*!
Barley Bread
DO YOU kno.v 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 bakers in Victoria ar& also at it���and those in
New Westminster are just starting? Such is the case,
ant* we  mention   it.
These bakers are making good bread���moist, 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 par cent, 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 have faith  in the value of it.
BARLEY   FLOUR
For those who make their own bread, 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.
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S.S. Kerland
San   Rafael,   April   18.���County  ottl-
e al,. and einp.oyees in lhe court house j    	
todaj are making liberal applications m.; arrive al Port Kells at 3V!0 pin.;
of soothing lotions, following the ln-|arrlve al Hammond at 6:00 pin.: ar-
vasion ol   evi ral offices by a Bwarm of  rive at McAdama Landing at B.15 p.m.;
desires,  perform the    required    residence  duties   by  living  on    farming
land owned   solely   bv   him.  not less
j than eighty  (SO)  acres in extent, In
tbe vicinity of bis homestead.   Joint
Leave  Langley  at   8-00  a.m.;   arrive   ownership in land will not meet this
at  Port  Haney  at 8:15 a.m.. arrive at   requirement.
Mc Adam landing at 8:30 a.m.; ar- i'i) If the father (or mother, if the
rive at Hammond at 8:40 a.m.; arrive 1 father is deceased) o{ a homesteader
at Port Kells at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at j aas permanent residence on farming
Xew Westminster at 10:30 a.m. (land owned solely by him,  not less
Leave New Westminster at 4:00 p.-: ^an  eiSht-v  C-M)   acres  in  extent,  in
I bees    yesterday    afternoon.       After
.clearing the courthouse of its occupants ;lie busy insect- made their way
into nearby offices and stores, state
Senator  .lartinoili   was    driven  from
this office when the bees took posse.
tsioti.      Many officials and clerks were
iseviely   stung.
	
Supreme Court of Canada.
I Ottawa. April IS.���The supreme
I court begins the spring .-"essions on
-May I. When ibe controverted election
cases will be taken Up first. The
;w ...stern province appeals will follow
] those ofttbe province of Quebec.
arrive at Port Haney at 6:35 p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. &. K. Wharf, daily except Saturday.
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the steamer
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and way ports. Saturday   at  2   p.m.,   returning    to  New
ue vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(I)    Tne term "vieinlty" in the two
preceding  paragraphs  is   defined    a��
meaning not more th_n nine miles in
j a direct line, exclusive of the width
I of road   allowances crossed    in    the
j measurement.
I (5) A homesteadei Intending to
i perform his residence duties In ac
! cordance with the above while living
I with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice ln writing mutt
be given to the Commissioner of Do-
Westminster Saturday  evening. ���	
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS | minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
NOTlCf.
tj������iIJ ,.., ...... a  ;.,   ,_,.  ol-
I'"',1'' A*''"  ���  ��� ���  the Marine .and
"" b"'   ���������-- v   Victoria,  1!   C.
Jnoo��of   th,    |Ulh    April, ,1.Ult,
P������WrucU (  v ,,;t,i  (8) steel
"'"-'���  Lhe I'.u^r river, i��-
WJY.  """'.a    a,     New
Ig     '"'a   -i""'   tions   may be;,
t   *' ***'��� offlcej 0_ the AgjMncy ol
.Victoria. H. C.,
n__i     Nor,lK   Department, New
in,!,.. ' '' ' ��� ��nd the office of
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UlH      S '"' U "to- "lay also be Oft
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Mow, ""' " "' ".* ����4��r.
feted    ,/'"n,;'"";!-    tender, to be
W��i and Flib-
EastertrooL Milling Companiy*
Eburne,   1*. C
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
Imperial $7 00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.     $6.50   "     ^
Terminal < $5.00
__l   _f\ ���     0  P~   FLOCK AND FKED MKUCHANTS.
BkQuarne&to..
FAOMT STREET.
Sank of Montreal
BStV-BLISHBD 1817.
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning,  leaves  Westham    Island
every   week day  morning,  except Frl-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      daj*,  at  7a.m.,  and   1-adner  7-45  a.m.
.CAPITAL $14,400^)0000 i Friday leaves Westham island 6 a.m.
(acid Ladner ut 6:45 a in.
..ddiUona.    trip    Monday    morning,
to apply for patent.
W.  W. CORY.
Deputy of tbe Minister of _>���_ Interior.
CITY ELECTIONS.
New Westminster.
Telephone US.
rFtESERVE 11,000.00000
Branches   throughout    Canada   aud
Newfoundland,   and   in    l^ondon.   Kug-
-jfand, N-:w Vorl'. Chiciigo and Spokiyie,
III. S. ��\ , and Mexico City.    A general
il_:iiking    bualnan    transacted.      Le.
Itacs  of Cr.lit  Usued,    available  with
i'Oi.i'i'spot_|e:iis   ti     all   pr.rts  of     the
wfl��!ld.
Saving! Bank I>'p..rtineHi^���Deposits
! received in sum. of Jl awl upward,
jand ioiteiesi allowed at 3 perieent, per
H*l***MfM��  ^      T(MjH,   Aawets  ov��r  |16S,0(W/00��.UO.
Prater Kner
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Electric Railway Service
NEVT   WflsrMINSTER BRA1HCH,
<3. D. BRYM'MKR, Manager.
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:SO it. ui. U��t
car leaves at 11 p. ni-
Lut ear leaves Vancouver li
11:30 p.m.
Cars  leave' the   depot   every
twenty   wiinutes   for  both  S��P-
perton aad city limit, over
city   line.
the
City Line: Cars leave tram
oftl-a-* on tbe hour, twenty mln-
utes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a, m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. tn.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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ADVERTISE IN  THE   NEWS
Fraser River Service
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Sir. Ramona
: Wilf leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY,    .THURSDAY    AND SATURDAY.
at 8 a~��u., calling at following points:
llamiiMJBd, Haney, l>augl<'>-, Gleo Valley, Wliwonock, Hu-kii). -Jil.erdal., Mt.
| Lehman,     Matsqui,    .Mlsniou.    Ha'/.l.
I Dewdnejr, Mioomen island, aumas ani
��� Chllliwaok,    Returning leawg  ChUtf
+++++++++++X' wack on Wednesday, Friday, ami ^u��
            - i.i:^   at 7  um.    Kxcellent     passenger
! accomodation.   Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO,   Ll.
'   R. Whltmore. Mgr.
New Westmlnntet
leaving New Westminster at ii a.m.
This  .chedui.    subject    to change
without  notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap-
ROBKRT JARDINR.
Manager.
it<_^''^3nv
'ynopala    of   Canaaiai.     North-Weet
Hamettead  Regulation*.
Any even numuerea section of Dominion lands iu Maultoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26.
not reser.--l may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole bead ot a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent or one-quarter ieo
*fc*u of 160 acres, mure or 'ess.
Application for entry must oe
e in person hy tbe applicant at
i a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
���gevcy for the district ln which the
land I. situate. Kntry by provy may,
however, be made ut an agency on
certain" conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
Tbe honiestender Is rejulred to perform the homestead duties under one
of the followtug planK- ,
(1) At least six months' residence
npon and cultivation of tbe land In
each  year for three years.
(Z)    A nomeHleailer may, lf h*- to
Notice is lier-'by given lo l-he electors of the city of New Westminster
that 1 require the presence Of the ��ud
electors at the City Hall on Saturday,
tho 17th day of April, 1909, at 12
o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing one p.rson as a.dennun toy the.
said year of 1909.
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The mode of nomination -hall be as
follows:
Kaeh candidate shall be nominated
iu writing, the writing shall be subscribed   by   two   persons  a.   proposer
and seconder, who shall be duly Qualified  electors of and  residents In  the
city, and such nomination paper shall
contain a statement signed by tim person nominated    that be    consents to
such    nomination.      rhe    nomination
papers  shall   be  delivered   to  the  returning officer at any  time  between
the date of this notice and one o'clock
p.m. of the 17th day of April, 1909. In
the event of a poll  being necessary
such poll will be op~iied on the 2*th
day of April, 1909, at 9 o'clock a.m.,
and will remain open until 5 p.m. of
the -ame day at the following place.:
Council chamber, City Bail;   the flre
hall, Sapperton;  and the  waterworks
storehouse .it the corner of Auckland
and Eleventh street'*';  of which each
person is required to take notice and
govern  himself accordingly.
Given under my hand at the City
Hall. New Westminster, tie 7th day
of April,  1909.
W. A   DUNCAN.
Returning Officer.
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY, APR
1 l9> 1909,
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish-
ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie  and  Victoria  streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1909.
THE ALDERMANIC VACANCY.
Quite an unusual amount of interest
is being displayed in connection With
th�� election of a citizen to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of
Alderman Garrett. Of the three candidates nominated we regard Mr. E. J.
Fader as tne most likely to head the
poll. We are led to express this
opinion by reason of this candidate's
strong position. He ig one of the
.est known and most respected business men of the city, notwithstanding
the fact that he has only been among
us a few years, whilst he has already
proved himself to be a really capable
(representative of the citizens' interests upon the council. ILs defeat at
the 'aHt election was very generally
regretted, for during the short time
he was a member of that body he accomplished a great deal of good, useful work. Mr. Fader's extensive commercial interests and the various new
industries which he has been Instrumental in founding have been important contributions to tho progress of
the city. He has always been among
the first to come forward and lend his
assistance to any project for the good
of the town and to support its various
philanthropic institutions, whilst as a
large employer of labor he enjoys the
reputation of 'being a just and generous head.
NINTIETH
be any more expensive to erect and   lgJ9
maintain than  the    guards that railway companies are now required to in*
stal.
The new order will make an important amendment to clause I of section 254 of the Railway act. The
companies have abused the exemption
from fencing unenclosed and unimproved lands, which they have hitherto enjoyed, and in future they will
be required to erect fences, gates and
guards as 8 new line of railway lu
graded, and to maiutain these upon
lines not yet completed or opened for
traffic.     This will not mean any hard-
1909
dwn*P~
ANNIVERSARY
OF
Odd Fellowship
The members of Amity lodge
No. 27. Royal City lodge No. 3, and
Harmony Encampment No. 2, and all
visiting Odd Fellows, are requested to
meet In the Odd Fellows' hall, at 6:30
o'clock sharp, Sunday evening, April
25th, preparatory to attending divine
service in St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church.- The members of Beulah Re-
ship upon the companies and will be  beka-, -oc-gc  No.  5, and  visiting sis-
a distinct advantage to owners of adjoining lands and to settlers coming
in after the construction of a line.
DIED.
DODD���At the Vancouver general hospital, April 17, 1909, Clara Louise
Dodd, the beloved wife of Wm.
Dodd, Yale, B. C-, aged 54 years.
The funeral will lake place today at
11 o'clock from St Mary's church,
Sapperton, to the cemetery. The
Ven. Archdeacon Pentreath will officiate.
BIRTHS.^
SANDS���To Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Sands, Los Angeles, Cai I formerly
of New Westminster and Vancouver), twin sons, on Easter Sunday,
April  11.  1909.
NOTICE.
Notice i. hereby given that I will
not be responsible for any debts contracted in my name unless accompanied by my own order.
Dated at Mt. Lehman, B. C. April
15, 1909.
R. COGHLAN.
ters, are asked to meet at the church
shortly 'before 7 o'clock.     By order,
W. C COATHAM,
E.  L.  WEBBER,
ALEX. ADAMS,
Committee.
FIRE  INSURANCE
ly against in.
r��"��   Comp,lny J l0s<
If you are looking for a good reliable company in which to insure  your p,_p
fire  let  me  direct you to the  Liverpool and  London and Globe Fire   Insu
am agent for this city and district.
This company is known throughout the wide world as one of the   largest  and  f
stitutions doing business to-day.      If yon will telephone me, write me, or advise rne ii
have a  policy you wish  me to write, I will gladly call on you.    | j_su_ my ow���
delay in letting you have your policy.
Let me write your next insurance  for you.
by
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any Way *h. you
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R0 ,h��re is no
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
���PHONE  169.
CONCERT
Westminster Choir
50  VOICES
Orchestra  of  14   Instruments.
"Hear My Prayer".
Selection���"Elijah"   .
Selection���"Tannhauser"
SOLOISTS
Mendelssohn
.Mendelssohn
.... Wagner
HERE'S WHERE  YOU  GET VALUE   FOR YOUR  MONEY,  MR. WORKIN GMAN.
Special Sale of 50 dozen Men's Diamond Stripe
Overalls, usual value $1.25,75c a pair to clear, now only
Miss  .Munn, Soprano.
Mr.  Clement Gos.,  Baritone.
Mr. J. S.  Cameron, Violin
St.    Andrews    Presbyterian    Church,
Thursday evening, April 22, S o'clock.
ADMISSION   50c.
CHILDREN   25c.
RAILWAY   FENCES.
None too soon has the Board oi
Railway Commissioners taken in hand
the important" question of railway
f-ncea and cattle guards. In tne
course of the recent tour of the commissioners over the western portions
of the Dominion a very large number
of complain is were made against the
railway companies for their neglect
to carry out the provisions of the
Railway Act in regard to fencing, ac-
comniodat.on and road crossings., and
cattle guards. ln consequence ot the
Widespread and general character 0t
the complaints an order has been
designed to remedy the existing state
of tilings, which will be spoken io at
the meeting of the Board at Ottawa
on Mey _.
In tiii.- district the question 's ot
great importance, for the losses of
stock on the railway by farmers and
ranchers have been of quite a serious
character. Numerous instances have
come to our knowledge fi-om time to
time. A few weeks ago a memoria,
wa_ presented to the Burnaby council
.-aetting forth numerous losses that had
been sustained by settlers along the
Great Northern line, in the way of
horses and cows. Then there is. tbe
recent case of a Coquitlam farmer who
had three cattle destroyed on the C
P. R, the animals having strayed
'hereon by reason of the fence having
^een destroyed by railway employees
in the course of work on the line. The
attempt-, of tbe complainant to secure
compensation have been treated with
scorn and contumely. The tendency
of these powerful corporations either
to refuse compensation alt-gvtlier or
to defy individual claimants to do
���.heir utmost by un appeal to the l��W,
is perhaps the most reprehensible
feature of the railway policy. The
companie.-. know very well thai the
ordinary farmer cannot afford to enter
upon the cost and trouble of almost
endless litigation, and behind this cir-
v they take hi'lter. [| is
certa nl) tii e something was done to
ite tb   ��� uforcemi ai of the lust
rights of tbe farmers.
\V... observe thai the proposed order
��� rected on i lth*r
side of the railway, of a minimum
hi ight of four feet six inches, but
nothing appears to be su'd as to the
character of these, In thla district We
have noticed tbe fences are generally
constructed of ' barbed wire, the
strands being placed a foot or more
i.ait. Whilst this kind of fence ia
probably as good as any against
borsea and cattle, it is not effective
against hogs. The oottom strand of
wire should be not more than six
indies from the ground level, the n.xt
two strands being a similar distance
away. It ought to be clearly laid
down that these railway fences., of
whatever they may be constructed,
ild be effective ajfalnsl al] farm
stock, whether hogs, noises or cattle.
\ to the form of cattle guard Hi general use   hereabouts, we   have lutle
faith in  H  as a bur to Cattle entering
on a railway,     We have more than
seen cows successfully negotiate
o railed guard       It  woujd be
tar better to have proper swing gati s
I] i iad crossing , similar to thOBe
in ii,.  in England and Europe gener
Such gates would probably nol
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These are a good value Striped Bib Overall. Braces
attachable at back with elastic ends. Seven pockets
and all double sewed.   Made of eight-ounce Denim.
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
| ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
For Wheat,  Barley, Oats, Chops,  Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay,
etc., ask us.      We will see that  you   get  it  promptly.
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Our Oxfords
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
slip at the heel. The prices, too, will
please you���$4.00 to $5.00 will buy the
best patent leather, tan, or calf shoe
you would want to wear.
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shoes you can buy as good from. Us at fr0m $4.50 t0
$6.00 . pair.
"Warwick"
per   pair   .
"Maximum"
pair	
blood oxfords, broad, medium and pointed
 $4.00 to $4.50
: patent  oxfords,    a    stylish    shoe, per
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Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster,JB. C.
���-RGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B.C.
DID YOU  GET  YOURS7
Kvery user of Royal Standard Vlour receives a coupon in eflcl
4.-pound sack which entitles the holder to a chance to win a beautiful  china  dinner set.      Ten are given  away,  free,    each month
users of this, famous bread flour.    Duplicates of the coupons placed in
the Hour sacks are placed in a sealed   receptacle and  ten are dm
each month.
The winning numbers will _e announced in this space. Compare your coupons each month with the lucky numbers announce .
and if you find you hold one of thv duplicates", send it to us, and vf
will at once forward you a beautiful Hi'.i-iiioce china dinner ^t (tn-
of  nl I   charges.
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
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Real Rose Hat Pins. Real Carnation Hat Pins.
Real Violet Hat Pins.
$1.00 Each and Dp
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The Wisdom
of Buying Now
Is Apparent
We have advertised on this page a number of good
things so very lowly priced that it must bring you
here to shop this week.   We give you quality, we
give you selection and we give you satisfaction.
Great Showing of Dress Ginghams
and Chambrays at 12 l-2c Yd
OVER 48 PIECES OF GINGHAM   AND   CHAMBRAY.   PLAIN  SELF  COLORED  FANCY   STRIPES
AND CHECKS.     THE   VERY THING FOR GIRL'S SCHOOL DRESSES, AT,  PER YARD 12 T 2t
Another Offering of High
Grade Linen Table Cloths
$7.50   CLOTHS   FOR   $4.00.
DO YOU REALIZE WHAT THIS MEANS TO YOU? IF YOU HAVE ANY NOTION AT ALL OF
PURCHASING A GOOD TABLE CLOTH FOR LESS THAN THE COST OF MANUFACTU.Ii, THEN
INJUSTICE TO YOURSELF SEIZE HOLD OF THIS OPPORTUNITY. THE CLOTHS ��.RE 2 1-2, 3,
AND 3 1-2 YARDS LONG AND ARE MADE OF THE VERY FINEST SATIN DAMASK. THEY ARE
BORDERED ON THE FOUR SIDES AND HAVE A BEAUTIFUL CENTRE PIECE EFFECT. SUCH
AS ROSES.   LILIES,   SHAMROCKS,  ETC.       REGULAR $7.50 VALUES FOR $4.00*
$2.50 Waists for $7.25
A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF   FINE   LAWN  WAISTS WITH   LONG   SLEEVES.   PLAIN   TAILOREJ*
AND FANCY   LACE AND   EMBROIDERY TRIMMED; ALL SIZES.       ON   SALE   AT $1.25
A Special Showing of
Dress Goods at 75c Yd
IN CHEVRON STRIPE AND TWO TONE EFFECTS; MAKES A SPLENDID SUITING; COLORS
GREY, TAUPE, CATAWBA, NAVY, BROWN, COPENHAGEN AND GREEN. ON SALE AT, PER
YARD...  75C
3000 Yards of Fine
Victoria Lawn at 9c Yd
TWO OUALITIES, 31   AND 40 INCHES WIDE;   SPLENDID SHEER    QUALTY;   A  ���ULYJ*AR
VEL0_S LAWN FOR THE  PRICE, 9c  YARD,   12  YARDS  FOR	
$TB-
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A Big Offering in
Torchon Laces and Insertions
.'-���    " r--^_REG. 10c VALUES FOR 5c PER YD.
O.fd   ,.- ,-_,   ��� a. F*-; AND INSERTIONS.    WIDTHS     FROM     1
0VEft   100   DIFFERTNT  KINDS OF TORCHON   LACES Aisu ������*.���*-
INCH Tn ������ im* lir���-_   eunWN A BETTER     RANGE.       YOUR   CHOICE
^n  'O      INCHES WIDE.       WE  HAVE  NEVER  SHOWN  _
F0R' PER YARD  5C
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NEW HANDKERCHIEFS
NEWd'UV-  .MUSLINS
NEW CHAMBRAYS
T.H.S
NEW  RIBBONS
NEW   LACES
NEW VEILINGS
City News
J. A. Woods, th<- port Moody logger
chargej with destroying mail. Will
come up again for tnal today.
Easter lili.s at Tidy's, the florist.
Phone lit. **
Mis* Helen Hale, May Queen-elect,
has selected Misses Jeanne Runcie
and Maud M, Atherton as her maids
of honor, In th. coming celebration.
For first-class cut flower, and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davies' Greenhouse. B208. **
A meeting of the Balmoral Baseball
club will be held at W. E. Sinclair's
shoe store this, evening, proceedings
to commence at eight o'clock.
Hans Voglsang Poultry Food is the
best. At your grocers and druggist. *
Two bylaws will come Up at tile
city council tonight for completion,
the local improvement general bylaw,
and the Royal City ga_ improvement
bylaw.
Remember tlie dramatic recital to
be given in the basement of St. Paul's
church by A. P. Brown and other artists on Monday, April 26th. **
Several acres on the new B. C. E. It.
cutoff were purchased by Vancouver
parties from Walker Bros., of Burnaby, on Saturday, the consideration being $400 per acre.
The annual meeting of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian
hospital will be held at three o'clock
this afternoon in Que'-n's Avenue
chureh school  room.
was available, but the fire again demonstrated the need of more hydrants
for the protection of the outlying
parts of tbe city. Burning stumps
caused  the conflagration.
Arrangements have now been practically completed for tbe annual  banquet of Beulah Rebekah lodge, No, 5,
I.  O. O. F., which will take place in
I the Odd Fellow,   hall on Tuesday of
1 next week .under the chairmanship of
j P.  G.   M.   Shiles.      Addresses  will  be
given  by Grand Master F. J.  Fulton,
|o��  Ladysmith,  Deputy  Grand   Master
Wallace Law,    of    Vancouver, Grand
Patriarch W. H. Walsh, Hebekah President Mrs. C. S. Keith, Major McKay.
[deputy commander for the Patriarch!
Militant of B. C, and    Grand Kepre-
'sentative    of    the    Sovereign    Grand
i Lodge C. S. Keith.    About, three hundred are expected to attend the banquet,  including a large number from
Vancouver,  for whose  convenience a
special B. C. E. R. car has been chartered.
His' Honor Judge Mclnne*.
W.   W.   li.   Melnnes   was  sworn  in
Saturday  mwning    as    senior  county
court judge of the county of Vancouver   by   .Mr.   Justice   Morrison,   in  the
' presence  of  Deputy     Supreme  Coun
Registrar Doekrill.     The swearing in
1 ceremony was ;_ private function and
I was  performed in Mr.  Justice Morri-
I son's  chamber..      His  Honor    Judg.
I Melnnes will commence his official duties in the O'Brien hall thl- morning
at 10 o'clock.
Receives Holy Orders.
An Impressive service was held yesterday morning in Holy Trinity Cathedral when Cecil John Leonard received Holy Orders, as Deacon in the
Church of England, at the hands of
the Right Rev. Bishop Dart, Lord Bishop of the Diocese, who was assisted
by the Ven. Archdeacon Pentreath.
The usual 11 o'clock matins were put
forward half an hour by the Rector,
Rev. A. Shildriek, who also preached
a short sermon on Uie solemnity o��
the service to follow and the duties
of Deacons and ministers of the Gospel. Immediately following the sermon the candidate for Holy Orders
was presented to the Bishop by Archdeacon, and the stately wording ot
the Order of Ordination, which ha_
been used In the Church for centuries,
was listened to by a large congregation, many of whom joined in the Communion, which also formed a portion
of the service. Rev. Cecil John Leonard will undertake the duties of Sur-
rev Centre and district.
Bloiw to American Grertna Green.
Lansing, Mich., April li..���Senator
Bradley proposes to introduce a bill
aimed at doing away with the marriage industry at St. Joseph, Mich. It
provides that no marriage licenses can
be issued on Sundays or legal holidays. This Is to stop the Sunday
rush from Chicago to Michigan lake
ports.
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ABOUT   ROCKERS,  CHAIRS  AND COUCHES.     WHY?
STOCK, FROM $1.00 UP.    WE HAVE     A    MONOPOLY
JUST   SEE   OUR
ON    THIS    LINE.
Do you want a real estate snap? If
so lo��ik on page 2.
Th- contractors 011 the Lulu island
bridge are busily engaged in sinking
the crib for the caisson of the pivot
pier, which is proving a lengthy task,
owing to the nature of the material to
be pumped out from the river bed.
Three convicts who have escaped at
different periods from the B. C. penitentiary, will come up for pre'im nary
hearing today in the ruy police court
for breaking from lawful custody.
They are Clarke, Skelton and Mullen.
CARPETS GALORE !N 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.
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If you read page 2, you wil
what you are looking for.
find just
The ceremony of rue laying of the
corner stone of the I- O- O. F. hai'-
which is to be built at the corner of
Kigluh street and Carnarvon, ami
which was to have taken place this
week, is postponed until the first or
second week in May.
C. S. Keith. George Adams, n. McLennan, W. J. Sloan and S. .1. May-
took part in the parade of the Vancouver Canton, in uniform, to North
Vancouver yesterday evening, where
an appropriate sermon was preached
at the Presbyterian church by Rev.
Dr. McKay.
The house numbering in the city
will be completed this week, except
in cases. wht.*e owners have selected
bronze figures at their own cost, and
which are not yet to hand. -Mr.
Purdy's contract date has expired, and
lt ls not thought he will need an extrusion of time.
Rev. Prof. Hetherington will deliver
a lecture on the "Civilization of the
Euphrates Valley," in the WTest End
Methodist church tomorrow evening,
commencing at eight o'clock, under
the auspices of the Women's Auxiliary. The lecture will be illustrated
with stonoptieon views.
A bush tin1 took place yesterday between Eighth and Tenth avenues near
Fourteenth street, which required the
attention of the fire brigade from Nos.
Ll and 3 halls. The hose was eon-
Inected with the hydrant on the corner
I if Eighth avenue and Thirteenth
street, an! a plentiful    apply of water
Auction Sale
OF
Household1   Furniture and Effects
Under Instructions from Mr. s.
Livingstone, I will sell by public auction on the pi'-mlses, Columbia street
I opposite tb'' Westminster bridge) on
TUESDAY, THE 20TH  INSTANT
at 10 o'clock a.m.,
the Whole of his furniture and effects,
which consist of In putt as follows:
1     1 nearly new piano (cost $._,"i in the
. ast); 1 parlor suite in silk hrocatelle;
1  parlor suite in plu.ii;   1  set dining-
room chairs upholstered in leather; 1
dining   table  and   1   sideboard   (solid
oak). 1. velvet rti:;.  10 1*2 by 12 feet;
��� I Wilton    rug, 9 by 12    feet;  1  hall
rack,   1   sewing     illumine,   ;i   bedroom
suites;   10 pairs hue nnd    Swiss curtains;  1  McClnrey co'k stove;  1 dinner set.
1   lady's bicycle.  I  gent's bicycle, 1
lawn mower, 1 rubber-tired single bug.
gy, 1 democrat, I set single harness. 1
verv choice team while driving horses
;(1  mare and I gelding), both 8 years
old. a very choice team for family use;
,1 Gladstone carriage, rubber-tired, cost
$2i:..   and   In   excellent   order;   1   set
double harness,
l 1-2 dosen White Leghorn ohlc_en_
'and a variety of miscellaneous articles,
Terms,  cash
T. .1  TRAPP, Auctioneer.
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
SL Charlea cream, large can, 2 for25c
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for 25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can 10c
Assorted Jams, regular price 25c bot.,
3 for 50c
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BUTTER,   EGGS, and   NO. 1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRIC��S.
Adams & Deans
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh   Pork   Sausages  dally.
Best  of  Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEMY & ANDERSON      Columbia St.
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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. ;'.' iff
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Let me quote you figures.
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INSURANCE BROKER,
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McBREARTYS  AND   LALLY'S,
ALL  FINE STICKS.
AT
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TECUMSEHS ARE NOT
SATISFIED WITH DATES
P.   D.  Ross'  Instruction to Contest for
Minto  Cup   Here  on   Set  Dates
Not Agreteable to Indians.
MONDAY, APR|L
1 . 190.
McBride He
665 Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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OTSyLVANM SMITHY COAL
um OTA. HI ami
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers <_ Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. 0, Box 345, Phone 105.
Toronto. April  IS.--l'he Tecumsehs
are greatly  disappointed at the turn
Minto  Cup  affairs   have  taken  .   The
probable   allotment   by     trustees    of
iJuly .'! and duly 10 dates for cup games
I. s ii look as if ne Indian   will be
: ile to make the trip.
Manager Querrle Is now down    in
Pennsylvania, with the Toronto baseball   team,  'bul   President   Solnian   is
authority   for   the  statement   that   an
I effort will be made lo have lhe X.  L.
jr. change Tectimseh's game at Toronto scheduled  for duly 10  to another
I dal.- .ater in  tlie season.
There is the option of playing To-1
rontos on Dominion Day, but as it is
intended to use this date for a city
championship contest, in the event
of the Indians going west later in thej
month, the Tecumseb management
will not care to puss up Its 50 per
cent of the big gntes assured. All
that the X. I.. I". champions would get
OUt of a   league  game  wtiuld   be the
I
11--egulatlon  $200.
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Edison Theatre
Animated
Victoria Retires
From Senior League
(Continued  from Page One.)
Pictures    and
Songs.
rj formed would QOt  ik. a senior league.
but be only of Intermediate standing.
Illustrated^     -h,    ^...^   gald   ^  ha(J   mp.   fo_
the  separation  from  the  B,  C,  A, A.
1".. ami  would stand  by the present
' association, At a meeting the previous day they had ueclded to put a
team into the field, and had is players promised,
The Victoria delegate Intimated that
the club would withdraw.
Residence Clause.
Mr.  .lones  wanted  one of  the  clubs
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee for
:adies and children, Saturdays at _:*'0
p.m.
Commencing Monday, Marcli 29..
our  performance   will   start    at 7:35
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sharp.      Kaeh  performance  runs one ! ������  Vancouver to withdraw,  but   after
hour and 30 minutes. Nothing but the iconsultatioh with Mr. Yorke they had
latest moving picture and illustrated jar-cided to remain in another season.
songs will be on exhibition at the Bdl- He asked for the residence rule con-
son theatre. Music furnished by the cernjng membership to be amended
Edison orchestra. Don't fail to hear _roni two years to one. and Mr. Wela
and  see them. explained that it  was to the interest
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c L_ the association to ..>i"et the requests
F. L. KERR, Manager.       0f n,,, contending learns.
_________________^________      The   association   adopted   this   suggestion   which   will   be   embodied   in
[the  constitution.    This   will   prevent
[transfers without  good and sufficient
I grounds.
C. A. Welsh Intimated that he had
decided to accept the management of
the Westminster team, in spite of the
pressure of his private business.
The meeting adjourned till April 28,
when ihe new constitution, embodying
the regulations of the C. A. F. and X.
I..   1'.. will  be drafted.
Schedule.
The   schedule   adopted   was   as   foi
low
M iy   1.",.���Maple  Leafs at   Westmin
5 Ic
on the Market Wednesri
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When Dame Nature fashioned the Fraser Vai
ley country she lightly touched the South bank at
New Westminster City, while to the North she
caused the elevation which has provided this city
with beautiful homesites.
On Wednesday morning, April 21, I will offer to
the public for the first time that beautiful suburban
subdivision, McBride Heights, situated just two blocks
from the street car line on the brow of the hill and
scarcely five minutes' ride from the postoffice.
Every lot fronts on a wide street.
A site has been chosen for the new school within
one block of McBride Heights.
Already several handsome residences are in
course of construction.
The opening price per lot will be $300. This
price will be good for only a few days.
-Terms: One-quarter cash and the balance spread
over a period of months.
Crystal Theatre
Moving   Pictures
ENTIRELY   NEW   SERIES   OF
FILMS  FOR  TODAY
Amusing   and   Interesting
Illustrated  Song,
by Mile. ZEDSKA
Matinees 2 to 5.    Evening 7 p.m.
Admission    10c.        Children   5c.
MANAGER, J. M. COMi'TON
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Phone 1 70.
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New Westminster, B
MON
ins is an
MONEY SAVED IS
MONEY EARNED
A savings account in this bank is'
a safe Investment, It pays you compound interest and is ready cash anytime you .rant it. Church societies,
fraternal organizations, clubs, trade
unions and business associations will
find it convenient to have surplus
funds in a savings account, subject
to thp control of two or more officer
Its a good iSla���try it
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $50,000,000
New   Westminster,   B.   C.   Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
May 82.���Vancouver at Maple Leafs
June   1!'���Westminster  at   Vancou
ver.
June  26.���Maple  Leafs at  Vancou.
ver.
July    1.-���Westminster     at    Maple
l.-afs
July   10.*���Vancouver  at   Westminster.
July IT.*���Maple Leaf- at    Vancou-
duly   31.���Vancouver     at   Westmin
Stel'.
��� AugUSI    7.���Westminster   at    Maple
Leafs
* Subject tO Change, September U
and 18, in case of possible Minto Cup
games.
B. C. E. R. DEFERRED
ORDINARY DIVISION
London, April 18.���rhe British Columbia Blectrlc Kii way Company has
declared a dividend of 8 per cent on
the   deferred   ordinary   stock.
MADE IN CANADA
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Kaactly   tho   material  you   want   for
���nits made to order.   I . rfect fit guaranteed.
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite  Windsor Hotel,
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
C.i
There are many baking powder, bul
There is Only One
MACIC BAKINC POWDER
It il Pur., Wholeiom. and Economi.,1.
SOLD IN ALL SIZES.
E. W. CILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Onl.
Synopsis uf  Canadian   Homestead
Regulations.
A_y available Dominions lauds within the railway belt in British Colum
I bla, may be homesteaded by any person
who is tbe sole bead of a family, oi
: any male over 1- years o: age. to the
extent of one-quarter section o; 1U0
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally al
the local land office for tbe district ln
which tbe land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, motner,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six monies- residence
upon and cultivation of the land lu
each year for three years.
(2) If t'ae father (o-- mother, If the
father Is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm In the
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing wits
tbe father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned hy bim ln tbe vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon tbe said land.
Six months' notice In writing snouid
he given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
I apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one yearF
at an annual rental of $1 -ier acre
���Vot more than 2560 acres sha'l be
| leased to one Individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall he collected on the merchantable foal mined.
W. W. COIIY,
Deputy of the Minister of 'he interior
saveii is money earned,
ol l and true saying.
You can save money by coming here
when you need Furniture of any k nd,
We have a great variety of N-w and
Second hand Goods of every description. N'o matter what you need
about the house or barn, come an i see
if you can gel it here. Your money
will be
SAVED
If you buy fnun u-, for we can certainly hi yn out with almost any.
tiling, cheaper than any oilier place
We know of.
	
Alex. Speck
New and Second-Hand Store
Columbia St.    "Man  on   the Wheel."
WE   ARE   READY  TO   8HC
you bow It ls ch
high-clas     bull
than i; Is to puri
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buildings bulU  wm
rials   that   nevei   tiei     repair!
We   can   point   ti Otben
that need repairi  .      be t mi
But they were noi      It of <llir
materials.       See '���    ''.il
cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
Take notice that an application has
been made lo register the corporation
of the Township or District ol Mission, as the owner In fee simple, under a iax sale deed rrom the collector
of Mission Municipality, to the corporation of the Township or District of
Mission, bearing date   the   7th  day  of
October, a. a, 1908, of aii and lingular that certain parcel or tract of land
nnd premises situate, lying and being
in the District of New Westminster,
In the province of nntish Columbia,
more particularly Known iuid described as I/jt ll!, in Itiock UU of Lot
412, Group 1, being part of the north-
west quarter of Section 17, Township
17; southwest quarter 0f northeast
quarter of southwest quarter of section 28, Township 17; west half ol
west half of northwest quarter of See.
tion 3f(, Township n; subdivision li
of south half of southeast quarter of
Section 29, Township 17.
You and those claiming through or
under you and al| persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtu,.
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all person. Claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title Is
not registered nude,. ()l|i provlg|on|1 ()f
the 'Land Registry Act," are required
to contest the claim of Hie fix purchaser within forty-five days from the
date   of   the   first   publication   of  this
notice upon you. and In default of a
caveat or certificate ���. nH pendens
being filed wiibin such period, or in
default of redemption before registration, you and each of yon will ibe for-.
ever estopped and debarred from set-
ling up any claim to or in respect of
the said land, and I .hall register the
'corporation of the Township or District  of  Mission  as  owner thereof in
fee.
And I hereby direct that publication
of this notice for thirty days in a
daily   newspaper     published     in   New
Westminster will be good   and ���uffl-
Clenl  service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry 01_c.*i
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia, this Mth day of April, A. D.,
190H.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To  Henry  Menetry,  Maria   Kitehin,
L.   II-  Mershon,    John  Mohrman, T.
Deafly nnd William Neal.
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ers   of   celebrated   lu""'*'   ''ml.
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APRIL 19, 1909.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
25 & R��ss
V     THt AUCTIONEERS
St., Opposite  Market,   New
1260 Cr^' le   St.,  Vancouver.
** ,The consulted if you want to
' , (ir ,.., miction conducted
should be
auction held
^Tsto";   ImP^ent
1  r .lav morning on Westminster
Ll'*-
FriJaV ��"'
���,  Saturday morning
.���I**'
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ver market.
Nf*'
rooking
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in
1 expi
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wagon;  1 horse
.  ���f  new   furniture   halt
i^J, iv.mley block.     Key
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor Store
CHOICEST  WINES,   BRANDIES,
ALES AND   STOUT.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Ph0ne  8' P.  O. Box 184
FRONT   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Holy Trinity Officers
To Present Reports
(Continued  from Page One.)
price.
1!, 323 Front .
I'hone A489.
I Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
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NEW  wEbfMINSTER,   B.   C.
phone 13. office- Ei9hth  st'
TEND.rt. WANTED.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that uu 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 Westminster, to    George   Adams,    bearing
date the 25th day of September, A.D.
j .'J02, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
I situate, lying and being in the City of
1 New Westminster, in the Province of
British    Columbia, more   particularly
known and described as Subdivisions
16  aud  10 of  Lot  8, Suburban  Block
11.
You and those cl.liming through oi
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue
of any unreglsteri | Instrument, and
all   persons  claiming  any  interest  in
Tend,r< wil]   -     " Iwd by the un-
he.iP"l   .    '" Monday,    :;rd Ma-V'
lN9 (or ���:.      ipply  of  vitrified  and
1   "a ..,,,,. 4   .   sewer pipes of the j lho said land by descent, whose title
hollow sizes:     I Inches, 6 inches, 8 Ils not registered unaer the provisions
|fS lfl . 12    inches, and 15 j of tlle Land Registry Act, are required
''. a] , pes of    the afore-jt0 contest the claim of the tax pur-
I d i    inch   junctions, chaser within forty-five days from the
I     '',-. . Tenders for pipes   date of the flrst publication of this no-
Lh,4.. a        ��� iea| foot, bends and jtice UP���� vol>. and in default of a ca-
��� ms . ,���,[,<....       pipes  to   veat or certificate of lis pendens being
L delivered as may    be  required  to j fi|n'l within s"ch period, or in default
Eg F|r.; sewerage   system, |0I     redemption    before    registration,
Eu. of   wh. i   can be   seen at the \ >'��" and each of you will be forever
ijliv eng office.      A    sample
Etnly marked to be delivered with
[each tender Tenders are also re-
Ijiiir,. for r ed rock to be dvllv-
lered.   Tend also required for
|Por:!ar,d ceaieni to be delivered as
I atov-?.
liflcation-i nf the foregoing mate.
I ria'.s can '* ' ��� ��� :i at the city engineer'?
|-(_ce.
Tbe low. -������ or any tender not neces-
| aril!' accept
W. A. DUNCAN*,
City Clerk.
City Hall, V -,1 14, 1909.
|��W WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
Titoiotici      at   '.he    undersigned
I Intends: . tue hon. the oom-
.iia:-- ;.,  for ->ermlssion to
Ikm the mentioned    lands  in
I Btv'.estmii   ier district:
wmnx g  point  where the
I section ulonged) running east
J ud we.-: betw    n sections seven  (7)
Nd eighteen   v    intersects the west-
fiiHy-boundnrj  of lot 505, group two
W.New . , .p. district; thence
I Wit-rly 100 ���   ���    hence southerly and
*!('f')' 1 ��������� v    to me westerly and
M5;llfr���:��� v   of   the   said   lot
60510 the  ���     ���  line (prolonged) run-
eing nor-:. .      outh thorugh section
IgS-t iM, township   one    (1),    New
ptmltuter  district;   thence   south
IMfept thei      easterlj parallel with
I j* sal|l .   boundary of the
aJl- lf'1 ' .-.   ; .Int  Immediately
Ptt ol the point wnere the centre
���to (prolong! I)    inning east or west
-J8*11 ten   (10),   intersects
aw-'av- thenofl nonh a|ong
ry  Of  said  lot 505
the; Mid centre line of
**!lot*: ;       I     tr.ects high-water
,   ' '! : terly and northerly
along  ���'
, "lv    and    westerly
Id lot 505 to the
containing .by estl-
Ba'"ln' re or lass.
Rook, B. C, F.t.ru-
i    \v. LEBBON.
Agent
estopped and debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land, and I shall register George
Adams as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby certify that publication of this notice for thirty days in
a daily newspaper published in New
Westminster will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia, this 16th day of March.
A. D., 1909.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Thomas William McColm,
Charles W. Wise, Caroline A. Jack.
NEW    WESTMINSTER     LAND    DIS:
TRICT.
Hank of Montreal, for the alterations
in St. George's hall, nas been I5391.B4,
and the expenditure $5351.44. This
leaves a cash balance of about $40.00,
and a total liability against the capital account of $490.00, which will he
reduced to $100.00, as soon as the outstanding rents due th�� hall, are collected.
The parish has not yet been able to
repair the church tower, but this will
have to be attended to, during the
coming year. During the year, negotiations have been entered 'nto, to
secure the Services of a curate, but so
far, these efforts have been unsuccessful.
Gifts to Church.
Thanks are expressed to the choir,
the choirmaster, H. Morey, and H. Dis--
ney, who took his place during illness.
The W. A. socletj has liberally assisted during the past year, and
thanks are also due to W. J. Walker
and A. Wedge for the hangings and
other furniture In the chancel; also
H. Disney, for the music cabinet for
tlie choir, and to Messrs. Broad and
Whltmore, for their successful efforts.,
in collecting money to purchase new
music for the cho:r.
Rector's Views.
In the course of his report the rector (Rev. A. Shildrick) says: "The
occasional services which have been
held, are as follows. I have officiated
at 9 marriages, 12 baptisms and 30
burials. Of these burials, five have
been of members of our congregation,
fn my report last year, I made a few
remarks respecting the Sunday school,
and I will now again refer to It. I
regret to say that the interest of the
congregation has not been manifested
in this branch of our work, as I think
St should have been. I have welcomed most heartily, two or three additional teachers but need more, especially one or two male teachers, one
' :' v bom would take the duty of superintendent.
ENTIRE FAMILY IS
ALLEGEDLY INSANE
District of  Surrey.
Take notice, that Henry T, .Unit
intends to apply for permission to
lease the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted where
tlie southerly boundary of lot 50a,
group two (2), New Westminster district intersects the quarter section
line, prolonged, running north and
south through section two (2), township one (1); thence south 160 rods,
thence east 160 rods; thence north to
a point 200 feet south of the before
mentioned southerly boundary of lot
5u5, group two (2); thence easterly
parallel to the said southerly boun-1
dary of lot 505. group two (2), to a
point 62 rods north of the 49th paral- ���
lei of north latitude; thence west to j
low water ninrk and 62 rods distant
from the said 49ih parallel of north ,
latitude; thence sout. 62 rods; thence
east to the point where the southerly
.boundary of lot 505, group two (2)
Intersects the before mentioned 49th |
parallel ot north latitude; then following the Bald southerly boundary of lot
506, group two (2), to the point of
commencement, containing by estimation two Hundred and forty acres
more or len.
Dat-d   at   White   Rock.   B.   C,   tills ���
22nd day of February, 1909.
HKNKY T. THRIFT,     i
Shelbourne, Ont.. April 18.���Five
members of the family of James Johnston, a Malmar farmer, are in jiiil following information laid by Johnston
himself charging them with insanity.
Tbey are Johnston's wife Mary Jane,
his daughter Ada Jane, and his three
sons David. Albert and James. The
constables who brought them to the
Jail found Mrs. Johnston and her
daughter In a semi-nude condition.
The prisoner.* made several attempts
to escape on the way to jail.
SEALING COMPANY WILL
NOT SEND FLEET OUT
Victoria, B. C, April 18.���The Victoria Sealing Company has decided
not to send out any schooners this
season. The continuance of the re-
trictions and the presence of such a
great fleet of Japanese vessels���thirty-
nine are go\ng into the Bering sea this
year���has made sealing an industry
that is far less profitable than it was
once to the local sealer.
New Spring Goods 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
P, O. Box 665.
Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
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MOOSE JAW, SASK.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the north portion 17 by 5 chains
(S 1-2 acres) of subdivision 12 and
the north portion 10 by chains (5
acres), of subdivision 13 of Lot 79,
Group 1, map 536, 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 office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objectloc
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, March 22, 1909.
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Empress of  Britain   May 21
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NEW  WESTMINSTER CITY
ASSESSMENT.
Court of Revision
Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 1-0. 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 Re
vision on the said assessment roll wil;
be held at the City Hall In the said
city on Wednesday, the 12th day of
May next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Any person intending to appeal
against the assessment must do so in
writing to be filed with the city clerk
at least seven days before the flrst
sitting of the court.
W A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, April 7. 1009
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The scenic transcontinental railway
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at 6:4. p.m. Week end tickets sold
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trip
ED. GOULET,
Agent.
C.  B.   FOSTER,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Vancouver.
The Arrow Press
WINDSOR   HOTEL   BLOCK
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Printing
When a competitor tells you we
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an order with us. You can rely on
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IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12...
up. ���   ���
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
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POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON  SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE FAIR,1' Columbia  Street.
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 tlie loss of certificate of title number 16027A, issued in]
the names of Charles Frederic SprottV
Francis Mala Schou,    Lucy Chrl^.e
Schou. has heen filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one mohth from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the satd certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, March 22, 1909.
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LESS THAN COST.
The Pearson Electric Co.
(Successors to T. Mow Drey
Electric Works)
Bj a score of twelve runs to four.
the Russells on Saturday afternoon de-
feated the Young Liberals in a mediocre bas ball game at Queen', park.
The '. i.'iin'i'.s had it all over the losers j
from the start, although the Young
Liberals had a fighting chance until
the sixth inning, when the ^Russells
piled up eight run.*, including a homer
by Ryall. Sayce vacated the slab
in favor of Silver in an effort to stem
the rush of runs, but the damage had
been done before Silver got hi.s gait.
Peele, for the Russells, pitched fair
ball, but both Malcolnison and Mills,
the catchers, need to Improve considerably. To sum up, 'I was essentially an early-in-the-season game. The
attendance was slim.
The  Batting  Order.
Russell-���Malcolnison, c,; Peele,
p.; Sue!], ss.; Robertson, 3b.; Sinclair, lb.; Windsor, If.; Clute. cf.; McLean, 2b.;  Ryall, rf,
Young Liberals���-Fitzgerald, 3b.;
Welch, ID.; Silver, ss.; Mills, c; Bren'.
nan, cf.; Campbell, 2b.; Dignan,
Mannering, rf.;  Sayce. p.
Umpire, C.  A.  Hancock.
Score by inning*:
1 2 :i 4 5 6 7 8 9
Russells 20001800 1-
Young Lib'als 0 0 o _ u n 2 u 0-
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BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite  Postoffice.
PRONE 331.
To Sign Protocol.
Paris,   April     18.���The    announce-
| ment was made tonight at the Turkish,:
j Embassy, that a complet,. agreement)
I has  been  arrived at  between  Turkey
P. O. BOX 928,and Bulgaria, and that a protocol will '
   be signed soon. I
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(Correspondence
Sewing Machines
(Singer and Wheeler & Wilson)
PUBIIC SUPPiy STORES
Talking Machines
(Victor and Edison)
RECORDS,   PIANOS,   ORGANS.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
I   a
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK. f
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD  ��TOCK  FOR  SALE  BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, N��vv Wifclminster
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(The Daily News Is not responsible
for the opinions of its correspondents.)
A   Slim   Attendance,
i Editor Daily News:
Sir,���What i�� the matter with New
I Westminster?     When a   city of this
size cannot scare up a bigger crowd
| for a show like "Who's Your Friend. '
i there must lie something wrong.   The
few  who  were at  the    Opera House
j Saturday  night    were    certainly not
| lacking   in   appreciation,   though   the
"four tni's' did not "take the trick"
wltU them as it d:d with Judith.     It
...  not   very encouraging  to  the local
management to hustle around for good
' shows,    vv very    encouraging to the
i players,     .'f Xew Westminster doesn't
i wake Up .she will  find Uie theatrical
'nothing doing"    sign  on    the  back
door,  like the  sign ot  the tramp on
the door of inhospitable kitchens. The
community,  like  the  individual,   who
lives-    without    a    laugh,    will grow
grouchy, miserly and "Vennamj.''
PLAYGOER
New Westminster, April iX, 19U��.
TALK  OF CHURCH  UNION
PROVOKES   HOT  DISCUSSION
ALEX. MATHESON
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BootandShoeStore'NeW Wall   ?^
JUST ARRIVf.ft.
,'i0 per cent, off on .1 rem.aft'n*.
Just  open-.d   with  i.n  entirely   new
stock of
Spring Shoes
FOR LADIES AND
GENTLEMEN
If you are looking for something at- I
(tractive in this   line   call in und In-
epett our stock.
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COLUMBIA STREET,
Montreal, April lo.���"An irreconcilable theological Red lam," was how
one Congregational minister yeMteiilay
described the creed put forward as
tbe proposed hiisN ,,f Church Union
In Canada. "J would rather go out
of ihe niiiiUtf.v t.iin subscribe to it,"
said another "1 wish these two min-
istdra had the Church of God at
heart," retorted a layman, who
sprang up to defend ihe proposed
basin o. union, the above were some
of the remarks "-nude yesterday afternoon at n warm (lisctisssion on Church
T.'nion, which took place at the semiannual nieeing of the Congregational
t'nion of Quebec, held her..
ii
Doane, Bailey & McKty
AGENTS.
(Successors to E. W. Co..)
Front   St., Dominion T.ust   tio'liding.
rr''1
Telegraphers Demand Unions.
'riri-, April 18.���The French tele-
V-'raplers held a formal meeting here
"today and joined the postal employees
nnd the teachers In demanding the
privilege of forming unions under the
laws of 1.84, which Includes the right
to strike.
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H% Pay Rent?
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$350 CASH
BUYS  ,' ROOMED MODERN HOUSE ON THIRD AVENUE, WELL
LOCATED.      BALANCE  EASY   TERMS.       LET   US   GIVE   YOU
MORE PARTICULARS.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
M0NDAV.APRlL,9
1909.
BLACK
Voille Skirts
SPECIAL VALUE AT
$9.75 EACH
A special line of serviceable and stylish skirt:-, which
denotes the ability of this store to provide the highest
grade at the lowest price. You will need to see these
skirts to realize their real beauty. Made of rich fine-
meshed Black Voille in eleven-gored flared style,
trimmed with silk strapping or self folds.   Specially
priced at $9.75 each.
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Smart Suits for
Misses and Small
Women
A range of plainly tailored Venetian
cloth suits of faultless style and smart
cut in navy, green and brown. Skirts
are full flare, nine-gored and trimmed
with folds and buttons. Many special
features have entered into the general
makeup of this line of suits and make
then-, worth a much higher price. We
price them for quick selling at $16.75.
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Some Up-to-Date
Styles in Ladies'
Straw Hat Shapes
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The Newest
American Styles in
Wash Stock Collars
Just in by express, 6 dozen only of
the most serviceable and popular
styles of Tab Wash Stocks and Cellars, made of fancy white brilliant,
plain white drill, duck, and pique, li
all white or neatly trimmed with
braids of plain colors and fancy colored tabs or bones. Each collar may
be easily laundered, fast color trimmings being used where not aii ���'���
A Week-End
Snap in Lace
Curtains
$1.65   FOR   $1.35   PER   PAIR
The most popular American styles
shown in the large fashion centrei
have just found their way to the Mil
linery section. Some people call them
extreme���probably they are; however,
we invite your inspection. We promise you something new in both the
narrow and exceptionally wide boulevard shapes... Colors showing are old
rose, cadert, tan, burnt *t_aw, corn,
msuve, purple, grey, black, navy and
white. New straw trimmings to
match.
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Fifty pair Nottingham lace cwtMtis
in several odd Imee to dear qu'ck|y
at this reduced price. This otitriiMj
will prove timely to housd-reper'
during this season of the y��ar Se
cure a pair or two for windowa where
they are needed. Only a small Quantity of etach pattern. Widths are <
to 52 inches; length is 3 yardb-
choice, per pair
Your
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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