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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
lif.e
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
26D Columbia St.    Phone 85.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THI KSDAY, APRIL 15, 190?.
FIVE CENTS PER COPV.
pi[, IS WAITING RAND GOING NORTH I
[Oil COMPLETE REPORT   TO TIX PRICES Of LOTS
finding of Central Railway;Exclusive Sales Agent For
Commission Will Be An- Prince Rupert In Fo. Two
sWered in Due Course. Weeks Hard Work.
SHORT TERM LEASE IS GRANTED
FOR ELEVATOR ON WATERF
HEW MS COMPANY
10 BE PRMSSM
11    There was a v<
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Hon.
aD explanation  In  refer-
���,��� the Central tail-
New   Brunswick.
'I'" ������   deputations   waited   on the
mw  . "���'", "������   " \   "       """""v-r. Apri]  ii    ,..���  ;,���. pur.
L��� attendance   if me. r> jester-  ;���_,,������ ���,.,,, ,,,,_.. ,n Iject)ng ^  lot_
f^moon when the house ol com-  In the townsite of Prince Rupert which
L met after the   holidays.     The   lhe 0ov_rnmenl  m  British Columbia
��      ���.������ well filled  .. tb ��� ia- c   and the 0raad Tnink pac)fic ^
ii,,:,    wiiiain  pugsie;   comnanv win n_i ,���, ,i, ,
..,,,,���.. ' '"��� marke1   by City council last evening, with rsfe_|
auction in Vancouver, ������ Ma.  _.-, and
to-lowing days, a ���  Hani  ;,,(.,(1K1V1. ""r"  ;"  ,:'" elevat0*-    site,  .be May
agenl tor both parties, win leave Van-   DaJ gram'   |:| ""' "*'w proprietors <'',
Uu, miniate  ol public work. was|coum on Sl|Ill|.(J. ||k>|i. fo_ u^ non|j
and there was some ex- i,.,��� town
emeai   h''""   *-**   ar08e'      "   "''   i    "   is  understood  that    Mr.    Kami
niytolay m-on the table a return .,vl)iI.   <���,  ti,��� .,,,,.,. ,_  w)1] [,i,|ij[|(i ft|     ,     appointment to tne chairmanship
ibonin-v' ' '' .when Speaker   ,,, ,���.��� amoUnt 0f the reserve .nice to of tl     pari    and    Ubnary was mad..
UKli-as elected to i-Presenl   Bon-  be placed on the various groups of lots |pending the    ���.-election. ' The bouse
.vnenf    has spent   which   will    .   auctioned,  This  ques-
,:���...'.     ibllc works In thai coun-  tion of placing the re en       | .... y
lm  ���'���-��� '    ' expenditure  trom   ,���������, involving a considerable amount
in ���  '"������" **0.S-S.      ol  liai I work, and i   ;   unlike y that
j__i   inti        batement  d d  noi   Mr- Ual](]  _.m ,.,,,,,,,,,... ,,)(, t;i|.    ,_
Hart.   ��� forthcoming, Mr. Foster, , !��___ ,|i;in two weekg. .,,.,
����   eadh       he opposition   in      Last nlghi and to.mj  Mr. Rami has
iksenci ol Mr   Borden, rose and   :,,.,.��� -n conference whh   E. .1. Cl
In
Trunk  Pacific, and with    Mr,    i;.  U. j side, solicitor for the company,
Ryley, land commissioner of the com-      The Mayor   a ked    how    soon the
��� tj     The Bubject of  llscussion was  companj would commence operations?
the forthcoming  ��ale    nd  the settle-      Mr. poote said the proprietors wen
menl of details connected    with    itl anxious to gel the business in a |io si-
prior to the active launching of the pre- \p-oa "' sell their product as soon as
limlnaries Incident to the disposal ot  Pos ii!
tat firsl  lots in the Grand Trunk Pa
;     termlnn   on the Pacific coast. l'hen  the    company should    ir.ak ��� a
  arl of ope atlons    in the   city, and
Long Argument Again on Proposal to Take Over Old Fruit
Cannery    Royal City Gag Company Determined to
Proceed- Grant Made to Help May
Day Celebration.
... v. iii ib.  finding of tt. ���
, , | ued nt  iv.--'   le.
I affi its in a c rtain exit two offlci     "i  the government,
tli  Id d '��� on   "
\ ���-.
I-;    s    W     ��� I Laurier replied
(hi I   had     ���    el seen the report
only the n* wspa-
u m ai  ilti-^    moment  be
j ; I in   ii make to tbe
tut.
��� Mi  Pugslej    i sued a state-
���eai a �� hlch he at ited
ji,. ... i ii thai as the
m oi .i . commission d   ��
jut in..:;��� ite to his conduct
I   ��� ie federal  parila-
ol the Dominion   Thre.
��� '-niiil to Mm j
: -. roduce the  Bnbjeci
Jin,, i.ii;-. oi   onimons.     He ha i j
J '���- friends in the New :
wick bous   to ask   the govt rn-
<���'��� -n have the evi-
nam
the Royal ( It) i;;i. Improvement Com-,
������any.      Mayor Keary, ana all sitting
.i.ii.-; in ti   ivi n   present.      No t< mpo-
numbering will be completed on Saturday.
New Gas Company.
A deputation consisting <>( Oscar
Foot.'. n\ Se ittle, P. c. ur. w. r, and
W. \\". Seymour, of Tacoma, walte I
on 'li.- Council in connection with the
Royal    i 'Ity    Gas    Improvemeni   Co.
an extensi   i
.-���i.ell.   with
��� ' ral manager ol -���;-,,��� Grand   Thej v.  ��� ��� ril o.luced by W. .1. Whits
COUNTV CODHT SESSION
COMPLETED VESTERDAV
estai llshi i in Ave year
of _.". j .-.its   should    l,
privilege ol renewal for 25 .'ears, 'ihe
nntal ul' tl..- i levator .-lie tor the ' :  i
five yeaia    to  in- al a nou vi     rat.,
and that  some industry slum! i  be ���
tablish.d within one year.
May   Day   Grant
.1. .1. Cafnbridgi.    master ot    i
monies,  and  S,  A.   Flitch  i',  a  de] .Kali ��� i from Uie   M.iy    Daj  commli   ���
asked    for   the usual    graht  i'i aid.
This  was    $150,  and   tl  ���    appeal  wa
made on tb..- ground of t'v celebration
advertising the city,     Both gentlem n
addressed the council briefly,
Aid. Jardine moved, um! Aid. Ada rs
secondi _  tlv  n -oliri in  s.-:-��� 111ii.i_  ihe
usual sum, which was carried,
Old   Freight   Sheds.
( ii,. .   \\ aiso.i, in     atlng  . hat  i'i ��� -
man F. O'Brh n and Hugh A. 'itl I
had ii signed, also drevi  attention to '
tb    necessity nf the old  V..  VV, &   V.
freighl  sled being removed, as twice
during tli,. week iln- brigade had :" en
e date|ca led  '" extinguish  bus caused   ���>}'
G.  X.  U.  locomotives,     Tlie resignation   were accepted, ami the C N, R.
agenl will be Informed with regard   c'
th.. -iv I. so it  may be torn down.
Grant's Corner.
���!".'ii L. Harrington, of Waddelj &
ii.    Ington,  who    designed  the  Fain
Proprietors Are Negotiating
For Gasometer Site and
Wharfage Accommodation
Tbe promoters ni the Roya City Gas
Improvi ment r impany, who were in
ibe city yesterday to Interview the
council with regard to the amendment
of the franchise, express their determination in i'n all lad with the enter-
prlse as soon as tbe necessary formalities have been completed.
Judge o-car Foot,, is ib,. authority
for a statement thai .ne company has
uot positively settled "ti a site for the
gasometer, there being drawbacks to
tbe on., selected by the first owners
.ii ib.- franchise at Sapperton, where
work was commenced by them. Three
sites; et bsist have been under consideration by tli,- new proprietors.
'lhe question of caiiital does not arise,
and ti start  wi 1 he made at once.
From another =ource conies the information tbat when tbe represents,
lives were in tb, city yesterday an
offer was submitted for tlie wharf of
tbe Torpedo Tim & Freighting Companj', mainly for tbe purpose of landing and storing coal, which will be re.
quired in larf.e quantities, but the ne-
sotiations have ye: to ' e completi d.
TANGLE OVTR DAT TS
Of MINTO . J? GAMES
All Agree on �� ay 22, But
May 24 or 2.1; the Trou-
ble Maker,    j
when they should le completed.
Thi   solicitor drafted nn amendment
, s. .-ti,.n five giving-   a term of one
year in  which to complete tin- work.
Otherwise the franchise would he for-
I
I
Actions     Finished���Breach   of
Warranty and Malicious Damage
Cases   Occupy   Court.
felted.
.Mr.  Poote Indicated  thai   tli
proprietors   had     absolute     control, i cn
Ti.ey had bought out ibe  iriglnal ho! ;- '^.hv
���  stock in th.- concern.
'i ;.������ ivi. n. promised tbat tbe
as amended should  be advanced andlcrt;
il ii> Monday.     Mv. Foot,   stat-   ed  ������
sland bridge, wrote witn i��� fen nc
new ill:,   electric motor and  equipment  at
bridge.      The electric light com-
INTERMEDIATES ARRANGE
SCHEDULE EOR SEASON
Only Two Teams In City League This
Year���Pat  Feeney  is  Elect&d
President  of  Association.
The
ij law I wa In
r ' won a-  he got
li ...... iid prepare a Btate-
f
WIFE Of JAPANESE
Bfler "*������
'.   Days     Woman
Ai'iince is   Unfortunate
Seeks  Relief,
ttllll.
Realizes
and
i hn    cases were at-alt with In tbi
i������   i.i'y   COari   J't-St< :d:i. .   ;ilnl   tile   Stti
ing adjourni .1 tiii April 23, The evi-
' J|dence in Klemmei-versus Blrmlngha
Brother, waj completed, in the actum
i-.;- ! "acb of contract, and the d <������
sion resi rved by his honor Judgi
Howay.
|    Peter  W'aneu  v-.  George  Satche.l.
Hi.. FOR DIVORCE���('i'iim ftor ,26 ,o! breach,,r warrant>"*
This w.as an action by a Westminster
trader against a farmer residing at
Mount Lehman i,n- tailing to fulfil an
i Dgagemenl arising from the sale of
a cow to plaintiff, as In calf, which
hud not [moved to be the <a-e. ir. U
Edmonds acted for pi.tlntlff, and W. (!.
McQuarrie for defendent. Judgment
was given for lilaintiff.
lottki I'i ItO VI rSUS M. WllC IX, both of
W. lister's Corner. Mr, Hurling for J.
K. nird appeared for. plalnt'ff. ��� '
di fendanl was not legally represented.
PlalntllT bad planted the S.W. corner
of Loi 21. Township 12, with 26 fruit
trees, surrounding the ground with a
picket fence, which bad been broken
into by defendant, i ue tn es ha l also
b 'en damaged. Judgment for plaintiff
for .CO and COBt..
��� will have power to act.
department of justice at Otv-
s granted the section ol
sked at Grant's corner, provld-
retainlng wall was placed at
The board of works will act.
.i portion of tb ��� projiecty . u '���
I  reci ntly by the B. C. penften-
Miscellrn^nus.
I a |i ..  proprietor of
Kll-
n ���  . tions on June 1 if this was donw |Thls i
i       company will  pay the co t ot   chased
;h.   publication of the bylaw In local {.'lary.
-. and ih.  ii. c. Gazette.
This bylaw  was subsequently read      E. .1
a first, second and third time in open i-c.l hotel, drew attention to the exces
Council.      It  will    be    completed on   r.lvi   charges for   electric lighting at
Monday. hotel, and asked for a rate of four
Elevator Site. and a half   cents    a kilowatt.      The
T, .1, Trapp ami .1. J. .lones atte.d-  letter was referred to the light coni-
f.d  as  anotb. :���    deputation    and  Mr. t mittee.
Whiteside    again    Introduced    them.
This deputation  was  pre seni   in con
nection   Will
for
tb.
An application for the use of por.
Jon of Moody   square for the West
ease of water lots   Fnd lacrosse club to practice was
all
ol
April    11   -Dreams of
lllc iMiuilon  Into  the  realm
ftritM; iii companj with 8, Slilmo,
l-apati.. leryin,   ,IU|1 ���f ,,, s clll_
[���"'all the enticing allurements ol
l?,6t,1�� ','1 '"��� Orient and'a 'out-'
r��f| ��acaUon beneath cloudless
pamid bwi - cherry blossom-,
P ^itm-d for Mamie Marr, a
F ��0e girl.   |n  the brief    space of
. ta>1     M ���..      Marr became
r ������ si,!,,,,,   ,��� 0rJentnl witl.   f0U!.
h now au appl I-
Pn: f��vin ;,iis,        ,,,,.r(,(, Qf lliV(M.,.,,
J^'dlng to ho, co aim. the girl
L!"b"',,|>j: ���"" -"'''��� refined and
I, ;*fdl1"1 the OrlenUI in this
' ,""'"ml- '��������� last,    within tn.,-
J* s!:|;''"   Ung in the com.
��� ���hC8'" """K" "-' hi to a ja.
complaint
"perlor
* ���nton the or
1 ��ii,-
P tbe
u PWnlj   Stated.
lied in    the King
hi
the point.   The
lental made by
Ulnty ,
������,"���,..,r(o���r, ,n. M|S   Bh|mo.
r ""��ktW end to
Mu
fN��ICTM
festoratlon 0f
Sh.- asks
maiden
Socialists  Threaten   Spokane's   Mayor.
Spokane, April  14.   The  Social sts
of   Tonopali.   Nevada,   have   written   B
threatening Letter to Mayor C, Herbert
Moore and the Spokane city council,
saying that if tbe men thrown into
Jail for violating the <t"'��'' "Pea*10*
ordinance, and held there because of
refusal to pay lines, are not liberated
at once, they will petition Governor
Hay, congress and Preildeni Taft for,
jus-tic,, for their brother
Btltutlon is quoted
prisoners   were  nil
weeks ago.
'levator purposes.
Mr. .lones said it was noi a question
of money, but rather whether grain
could be profitably -hipped from West.
minster. They were gathering information on the su ijeot. Tbey were
prepared to pay $7.>ou for the equity
of the old iiiii:    cannery,   and as It
terred to a committee to act.
Capt, Peele, Hugh Burr and C. W.
(inlanders were appointed deputy returning officers at the forthcoming
municipal election.
Following tbe passage of the Mu
eipol Clauses act    amendment at lhe
last sitting of the legislature, aud its
might  be five years uefore they could   application    to  this     city,  a   vote  of
go  forward  with   rhe  grain  problem,   thanks was passed to the executive of
ENTS EXPECTED
,N LOS ANGELES SCANDAL
r Angel.
A',ril U.   Indictments
' b"en prominent in
Vngeles are ex-
Tlie count length. The
released   several
Hat,.
I-ml,
r .
'I finish
' ""���rt- ..,���
that   the
'' next  forty-i Ight
|-ai,,,    .""���'��� .'i.,r.py   preflericks
"ti'ii   ii,...   ...
grand jury
. Hi,.
"s In
lltl's..,:
^"tlgntlons by in.
m      "'-"ni w,,.|; ���,. the fi.,, of
���iXlrk Oswald
1      im  ''   ","   former saloon-
���"'ri,.,,..': .w,"r of pr
Nn ,?!km ��-h
lhe
"^.trlc
..  'the'Jj. f the organlza.
t"%>cn"��Pl ring, gave
'��t^'l Probably be theUst of
operly In the
confessed and
Football   Game   Tonight.
Tho Rovers football team will have
a practice at Moody .quare this evening. In view of Saturday's   IBP"*���
mate, against the CeWca for the B.
OUp, their    opponents    being B  ,l>:1
picked by F. O. Faiifield      i- I
teed to give the Hovers ni
Here Is the  aggregation:
vidson:   full   backs. Borrows
kin. Wllkie:
Ulbson,
nub trouble.
Goal, On-
llotilt:
half backs, Canfleld, Re*
Mactlowan.
Reserves,
for winds,   Munn
Dickenson   and   Gamon.
King anfl Curry,    The game will sea
al a quarter after al" o'clock.
if this was not ready they wished to
place another industry on the site.
The money they proposed to pay the
old company would but meet the debts
ni that company to Its creditors. He
Jnew nothing which would be mono
profitable to the city than an elevator. They were unwilling to take
BU) chiiio-s in tin mailer, without
further Information,
Short   Lease   Supported.
Mr. Trapp remarked that the new
companj was trying to pay off the
debts of the old company. It was a
misfortune that thn fruit cannery had
been a Ballure, but therv was not the
labor al the time it was wanted. He
jonly joined the present company a.s
u Westminster citizen. it was just
an occasion for the grain growers to
get in. and tbuild .levators themselves.
The new company hod been form��_ io
enuble this to be done.
Aid. Jardine suggested a flw years"
lease, which would be renewed if the
company built an elevator on the site.
Mr. Trapp strongly urged that such
Inducements should be offered as
would encourage investors. Until
ti,,. panamn canal was opened the promoters could not come te any decision
as tn the future <# grain shipping on
this coast.
Aid. Adams contended that the site
was unsuitable for ;, grain elevator,
not   being  big enough.
the provincial government.
The local improvement general bylaw and local improvement guarantee
of debentures bylaw were advanced.
The first bylaw has a court of revision
added, with the mayor and four live
bers of the council composing the
court.
CHICAGO   BUSINESS  MEN
TO   MAKE   LENGTHY"   TRIP
Th,.,,, will he a meeting of the local
11,,.n'd   ol
Council of
Trade room
.'clock.
Women at the
this   afternnnn
Ilea I'
at three
Chicago, April 1.1.���Forty members
of the Chicago Association of tlom-
nii ree will have in a Special train <>n
June 2 to visit about thirty towns and
t-Jtie. in the northwest. Their ot.Jec
live point will be tbe Seattle ex-iosl-
tion and they will return June lil.
Th-ey will remain at tbe exposition
two days, meeting n-presentatlves of
commercial organizations from all
the cities on the coast and from Hawaii, Japan and China. They wlll
probably visit the Twin Cities.
The party has not decided by what
route they will return east. While It
Is to their business Interest! to retur,,
through the States, a number of them
are anxious to see western Canada
and Winnipeg,
Woman  108 Years Old Dead.
Xew   York.   April
11.���.Mrs.   Eliza-
Aid. Johnston supported a short Ibeth Hunt is dead at her home In
lease, is before, with 25 years' renew- Brooklyn, HIS years old. She would
ai option. have been 109 August 19 next.
finally a resolution was passed
on the motion of Alderman Smith tin*
��� dye-years' !ea.se should be given nt
Mrs. Hunt, In her girlhood days,
shook hands with Lafayette when he
came to Xew York.    She wa.i horn In
regular rates, nnd If an elevator waa ILancaster. Pa.. In F"W.
Arrangements for the Intermediate
lacrosse matches this season were
made at the annue] meeting of the
New Westminster Intermediate l-a-
crosse association and city league yesterday - fetrfng, when ir was decided
to play on alternate Thursdays, commencing May il '.mil ending August 5,
with the exception of July i. Dominion
Day, the match which would have
li-. n played on that date being advanced one week. An effort will be
made to engage Vancouver teams In
games on all open Thursdays during
the season.
Officers were elected as follows:
Hon. president) Pat. Feeney; president.. Sid Malcolnison; vice-president,
Bert Henry; secretary-treasurer,
James I. I^eary; executive committee,
D. B. Munn, 0. O. Peele. Delegates
to the II. C. I. 1.. A��� Sid Malcolnison
siid C. D. Peele.
The official referees are J. J. Ma-
honey and C. D. Peele.
Only two teams will be in the city
league, these being the West End nnd
the Rejglnas, the latter aggregation
having been strengthened by a majority of the Shpperton players joining
for this year, rhe Sapperton team being disbanded. Scbaake's team, which
had figured as a possibility for the
city league, will not be in it this
year, principally on account of being
unable to play Jimmy Gifford, whoso
standing in amateur ranks will 'b-e
questloned by the It. C. A. A. U. after
the Minto cup games.
Tho following are the date., ot
games at Queen's park this season he-
tween the West End and the Reglhas:
May ti, May 20. Juno 3, June 17, Jun^
24, July S. July 22. August 5. Homo
and home games will be arranged with
Vancouver.
Tli.-ie Is another tangle over the
dates on which Minto cup gamts ar.-
to be played in Westmlnsti ��� ihi- summer, an emergent meeting ol ll ��� executive of the lacross.. c.uh ie! .- held
at 11. Ryall'a office yesterday evening,
but although lengthy discussions were
indulged In, the only tangible result
of the meeting was the appoin v nt
of a. W, Gray as a committee i I one
to Interview representatives oi tlie
Vanconver clubs wiih regard to playing gain, s on Victoria Day.
  seat of the trouble appears to
be tn Regina. Some time ago Westminster intimated that May .'2 and 29
would be suitable dates for Minto cup
games. yesterday a te egram was
received from Regina stating the Capitals bad decided to accept the dates
originally offered by Westminster,
May 22 and 24, and asked for a reply
declaring everything satisfactory. The
last named date, however, being five
days shy of that selected by Westminster, did not prove satisfactory^
hence the calling of the meeting to
discuss rlie state of affair .
Just to make things interesting, P.
D. Ross, managing trustee* of the cup,
sent along a wire in tbe afternoon,
hacking up Regina's request for May
22 and 24, Mr. Ross' sayso go�� s In
Minto cup matters, and when he orders a game to ... played ou Ma;. 24,
Wesi minst.r must play on that date.
This year a resolution was passed
at the adjourned annual meeting ot
the B. C. A. L. A. that Westmlnsti i-
should have no lacrosse games on
either Victoria Day, Dominion Day or
Labor Day. And now R. glna wants
May 24. Trustee Ross'says 1 - ..
alii.- ui him. and Vancouver's consent
has to be obtained before_\\". stmins:.-,-
can say aye or nay.
That  Minto cup is Bun   a  trou
some piece of silverware.
RELIGIOUS MUSIC BRINGS
DEATH TO CONTRACTORS
Ten  Men  Executed by Order of Governor for Hiring Music for Parade
at Velardena, Mexico.
SOCIETY WILL PROMOTE
FLIGHTS ACROSS OCEAN
New York, April 14.���Fantastical
as the Idea may seem, stops have nevertheless been taken to incorporate
tho Europe-America Navigation Society, which prO|K)ses to promote the
flights of dirigible balloons across the
Atlantic ocean.
Supreme Court Justice Hendrlck ye-
terday approved the certificate of Incorporation and the papers were sent
to Albany.
NIGHT  RIDERS THOUGHT
TO HAVE BURNED CHURCH
Xashvllle,     Teim..    April     14.-���'the
Presbyterian     church   at    Predonla,
Caldwell county, Kentucky, was burn-
���' I.i-. night .tnd nlffhl riders are sus-
pected.
Ed Paso, Texas. April 14.-'l"iie Herald's correspondi n; at Torreon, -U< x-
Ico, thiitj mi.es from Velardena,
where riots occurred on Saturdaj las:
resulting from an order prevencng a
religion- parade, has returned lo Tor,
reon from the sei ne of the trouble aiid
reports thai one rurale, one wouian
and three men wer. killed tn the st:eet
lights. Tell of the leaders oil the
rioters were taken prisoners and executed,
Ob arriving at Velardena Sunday
nigln the correspondent says the soldiers compelled the leader of th.* band
engaged lo nii'iii-h music for the religious procession to give the names ol
the men who had contracted for th.
music. The band leader gave a list
of lifuvij names and ten of this number w.re arrested! Upon the order
of the governor tlie men were summarily executed at daybreak, Th-
remaining five aro being searched for.
The town ia still in control of the
troops and order Is being maintainsd.
The riot was directed sol. Ij agairst
th'e authorities and none of the proti.'
orty of Americana was damaged.
ROOSEVELT ARTICLE
BRANDED  LIBELOUS
Newark, X. J., April 14.���The Social-
ists are threatening to sue The Out-
look for libel because of an article by
Theodore Roosevelt criticising that
party.
W, It. Killlngbeck, secretary of the
Socialist state committee, announced
today thai steps had been taken to secure advice for the purpose of bringing an action If possible. The matter was referred to the national committee,
Mr. Killlngbeck said the objection
was not to tlie political character of
the article, but to what the Socialists
regard as reflections upon members of
the party,
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WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
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I   ft
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS
FRATERNAL. ETC.
Extract from a business man's letteer:   "A real dyed-in-the-wool, name-blown in-the-bottle success insurance policy can only be bought by advertising. You must advertise and keep on advertising. And   sir'
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,   sellc   qro P3y ycu bet(er
the man who 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   convinrprl   tu d  pr��3ress, and
tnat ,._vertici������
PERSONAL.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
LAUNDRY
REAL ESTATE.
WHY   REMAIN   SINGLE?���We   can 'AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-   rqYAL   CITY    LAUNDRY,   ROYAL I FOR SALE��� 30    acre    farm, 6 nil"*
liuil a congenial "he companion for
any respect abb' man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver,
temizing. Guinn & Palrley, phon.
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
WANTED.
WANTED���Second hand extension
ladder; stain price and write to M.
C   Box   29,  city,
C. HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 14, Gulchon Block. Xew
Westminster.    P. 0. Box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
Avenue and H'.nckie Street.   Mow is '
I     Hi,, time to get curtains and blank-;
ets ready for spring.   Ring up phono :
1S3.
LIVERY STASLE.
WANTED���Quiet family driving horse
about 1100 pounds. Gentle, city
broken, sound and good appearance,
, About six years old. Also buggy and
harness, Applj P. O. Box 394, Xew
Westminster.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W. BAIT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon  Block.    Telephone  iluS.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCHl
tects, Guichon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phone 232.
WANTED���Girl to do Chamber work.
Apply 1103 Georgia street, Vancouver, B, C.
WANTED- Boys to sell papers in the
mornings on either salary or commission. Good money promised.
Apply this offlce, Saturday morning,
between ll and 12.
AUCTION   SALE
OUR SALE TODAY OF JEWELRY
2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Horace
Dorer, jeweler.
WANTED���Girl for general housework. Apply in the evenings. Mrs.
W. Q McQuarrie, Second street and
Fourth avenue
LOST.
LOST���TWO   GOLD   LOCKETS   INI-
tials on one, D. R. D-, smaller one
heart shaped. Finder please return
to this office.
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ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
j THE PEARSON ELECTRIC Co7,
dealers in eietcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing.
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. O. box 028.
FOUND.
ELOCUTION.
FOUND���A     PURSE     CONTAINING
money In bills etc. Owner can have ]
same by applying to Sayce, 614 Cai-- j
narvon Street; proving property and I
paying for this ad.
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.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
from New Westminster on Era er
river, never Hooded, drained and
fenced, good house and barn, ready
for crop; boats call at wharf da vv
railway within half a miie; schools
and etc.; close. Cash $1500; balance in three years. Cook & Ro a,
323 Front street, opp. .Market, New
Westminster.
REAL   ESTATE.
PEERS 1- RAMSAY. REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
specially. Room 7 Hamley block
P, O. Box 458, phone 364.
wocdwohking.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
II. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery.
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
��� MUS1C.
WHY   Bl'V   pokey   liinl   lots   Wiien  .VOU
can buy 2 1-2 acres partly clea I
and planted with fruit trees, within
three miles Of Westminster; 111.nn
road, permanent water; for $450
cash. Cook & Rose, opposite Market, Front street, New Westminster.
MAL1NS, Uol i.in.uiU & CO. Li'JJ.,
.). H. Vidal, J. i'., Manager Real Estate Department, Pnones 10G and
.1211.
FOUR FINE RESIDENTIAL L ll S
in Burnaby,   overlooking    the city,
ROYAL CITY REALTY Lu.ut'A.si,
Columbia street, near tram otnee,
phone 433. Real estate and Insurance.
FOUR NICE LOTS, a half block from
Columbia Street, between Keary ami
Alberta Streets, Sapperton, for ?27o
1 ach,   Lots abutting are worth |.">i. 1.
TWO NICE  DOUBLE corners  iu the
1 West End at $150 each, 1-:; cash,
balance  ,1  and   12   months.
A GOOD 5-ROOM cottage close in tor
0;  half cash,    | alance 0 1 r two
j. ars,
TWO ACRES OF LAND nearly ail
rh ared and a five-roam house and
chicken house, for $1500; half cash.
balance 6 and 12 months,     This is
all worl     Di
'���'���'���'������ ���
prletor,    Woi
and  c tr III -
473.
WESTMINSTER      Woo1)Vl()1|1.
��� 1l.1v       jta|r
md .-,   ���
and esl
Brookes ;
v    hi,.,,
'' "'   �� 254, Ph0,
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupll of Carl-1
lotta Antelli, lt. A. M., London, Eng., I
and of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac, Ox-J
ford,, England, will give lessons in'
singing and harmony.
jusi outside city limits,
one ..lock from city tram; $ 1 ."��� <J eacn, I  _.
I-l  cash,  balance in 2 years. '  :       ' ":   '"  ' ^ ;" "    "    :     '
EIGHTY ACRES    FRUIT    LAND IN |
Surrey, ;;  miles  from  Westminster
bridge;   $.500  worth    of    cedar, half
O. Box
NURSERY.
FOUND���Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply P. O. Box 148.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���Safe, cai'h register, second-band, cheap. Box W. T. F., this
offlce.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For heaitny,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
FANCV   POULTRY,  EGGS,   ETC.
ARTHUR     O'CONNOR.     POULTRY
breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for I
hatching. Write your reriuire- j
ments. 1
EGGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown j
Leghorns;  good layers;  $2 per set- ,
tiy , of 13.     Hans Vogisang, poultry
expert,  936   Keefer  street,   Vancouver, B. C.
mile from G. N. Railway and Fraser
river; only $3p per acre and easy
terms. Five-acre blocks in this vicinity are selling at $75 to $100 per
acre.
A FINE LOT ON FOURTH STREET,
near Sixth avenue, only $400. Investigate this.
160 ACRES IX SURREY, INCLUDING
80 acres of best land In the district
and timber equal in value to price
of land. This is a snap at $2400;
easy terms.
-P. B. Brown, manager, P
556, phone 324.
6-ROOM HOUSE    ON    EIGHTH ST.,
electric   light.     $150(1.   Easy   terms.
II  ACRE IX   BURNABY    CLOSE  TO
car line; 15 minutes from city. $750,
terms.
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES,
r-O-o.F.   AMITY ,,,,,,,, Nf).,.'
the regular 111 .. m J
are held mod 1
lua  street, ___���
at s o'clock.   ,1,
gvnni.    VV C   1
R0SE 0F COL! 3IA LODGE
115, Sons ni !.��� : I |,s_
Rom.     11,
fourth   Wedi .i,
In K. of P. hall, \
p.m.      White  R
Wednesday In
time and  place
cordially     [nviti :        1, 0,
pres.;  H   1 Usui 1
iv.
street
'"    I'-.ree, fomj
���   rjosth, sal
���I
Bowl
HENRY'S   NURSERIES ���  PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
supplies,    etc.      3010    Westminster K1GHTY acres AT CLAYTON, SUR-
rey, at $50 per acre; some improve-
road,   Vancouver,   and   branch   nur-
serv at South Vancouver.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
VOR SALE���One of the best residential sites in the city, facing Moody
Square; three lots with 150 feet
frontage on Eighth street; corner.
Price $1500; $400 cash, balance $20
a month. Particulars, apply Box BENSON & AYL1NG, FISH, FRUIT,
7H5, city. 1     Game, Vegetables, etc.    Begbie St.,
FISH AND GAME.
FOR SALE���Two corner lots on the
new B. C. E. R. cut off, close to city
limits; $225 eacn;  1-4 cash, balance
opp. Windsor Hotel.
I.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
. Mouldings,    Burlaps   and    Sanitas;
house pain-ting,  kal'Somining,  paper-
hanging     and     decorating.      Sixth
street, New Westminster.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARM. l'RONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's shoe store). Carbon aud platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
FURNITURE.
PRINTERS.
6 and 12 months.
City.
Apply Box 837,
W.   E.   FALES,   THE   FURXil'UKE! WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets,
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
J. I. MERRY  & CO..    PHONE    A501. j
Corner of    Blackio and  Carnarvon	
Streets,    Have  opened  a  fee.  and , TOR   THE   BBST   VALUE IN   ORO"
breaking Mablo for horses.    Horses j    cerkJB. Phone 38C*    The **te Food
-for sale.   Reference furnished. 8uPP'y Grocery,  P.  O. Box 811.
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Dally News Block, Sixth
street.
PROFESSIONAL-
ROOMS TO RENT.
HOME MANUFACTURE.
TO RENT���Furnished rooms,
Seventh street and Agnes
Carnegie  Library.
corner   MRS- RUXACRES, 216    SIXTH ST.,
Queen's    Avenue    Church.���
near
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
���to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
TO REXT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
eti bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable, Apply 287, Victoria street
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.��� i W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER,
Home-made sausages and rolls, hea.i I Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
cheese, etc. block,    Clarkson    Street,    opposite
the Court  House.    P.  O.   Box  196
Telephone 61
JEWELRY.
SEELING OCT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of high-grade watches and Jewelry
by auction. Sales each day, 2:30
and 7:30 p.m.      Horace Dorer.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.  N. DRAPER,  B.  C.  LAND    SUR-1
veyor.      Ellard block.   New   Westminster, B. C.
WADE, WHEALLKR & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade. K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
1 Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, ins  Hastings Street  west.
ments; good terms,
SIXTY ACRES IMPROVED FARM
near Cloverdale. dwelling, barn,
chicken houses, sheds and etc., orchard, good creek, 7 acres under cultivation. This must be sold at
once hence the price is low���below
market price. $1500 cash will handle it, balance on  time.
160 ACRES IMPROVED FARM IN
Langley, house, barn, outbuildings-
bearing orchard. 30 acres cleared,
balance easy clearing; rich bla_k
loam soil. This Is a bargain at
$-0 per acre and should be a moneymaker for some one but "first com.
first served."
WHITE.  SHILES  ft CO.
Real   Estate and   Insurance  Agents���
City, farm  and  suburban  property.
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL f-i_
tato and  Insurance.  Phone 335. 186
Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth street, $17
per month.
j FOR SALE���I hav,- io acres here, 4
ready for plough. Fruit and, In
20-year-old fruit district; no backwoods; about mie mile from C. P.
R. si ation, 21 miles from Vancou-
vi . ; good drainage; soil suitable for
flower |>ots; not a pebble; six-room
house, stable, local telephone line
pa-t property; schools, churches,
bank, doctor, vtc. Must sell this
month. By tender only. Send for
prints of bouse. No agents. Gordon Tanner, Own-,. Hammond, B.C.
McADAM c- IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST..
opposite the    Fostofflce,    Box 874;
phone 4<ai>-. Real estate and insurance, money to Coan. Call and see
our lis: of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. A. Speck, near Tram
offlce.
STENOGRAPHY   ft   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN    BUNTING.      ROOM    14,
Gulchon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM     STENOGRAPHY      AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Provinc- office, Co-
tombts street.    Phoae 62.
A. O. D. W���FRASER LODGE Nti
Meeting,   thi    Bi  '   and third TtJ
day in each month.   Visiting 1
ren    cordially    .1.:  -\   to  att*-
Lodge room. A. O.  _, \\\ _,__!],
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO 4009. IC
���Meet...  th-  fourth    Friday in
month at    s o'clock,   in the
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL  ORDER OP EACH
Aerie Xo. 20���Meets every Tuft
evening at 8 p.m.   in   th.  Eajl
hall, Columbia street.    ,\ Cladu
Pros.; H. Schofleld, Secretary.
dan
THE ROYAI. TEMPI.AltS OF T
perance meel evi rj Wedi.
8 p.m.. in Oddfellows hall, Col-
street
SOXS OF SCOTLAND II.N.FIT .
soclation, Lord ei tbe W _ (
191���Meets  011  the first   and
Tuesday of every month In K- o(
hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.H.C. Abi-UTT
Manager). Real esuite. Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
I.  O. O. F���ROYAL   CITY   L0��j
No.  3��� Meets    in    OddfPlloW
Columbia street, every Friday
ing at 8 o'clock.    Vlaltlng brrtt
will be made welcome.   _��� E.
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P 0,
sir secretary.
RESTAURANTS.
	
KENNY'S   RESTAURANT   &   CAFE
Tickets, 21  meals    for $4.      Home
cooking.     Meals, short orders, oys-j
ters.     All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed.      Open    day    and!
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE,   (Mrs. Archer, proprfi.
tress 1.     Four courses, consisting of
soup,   fish,   boil'd   entree   or   roast,j
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
TAILOR8.
GALVIN, 32 Sixth street; ladles' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
in ladles' and men's s-uitlngs. Pressing and repairing, on short notice.
Phone  B.50.
��� THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office.
Ryall's  Drug  Store.
OTHER    FRATERNAL   90C.tr)
include the Union Lodge, No.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon 1
No.  17, A. F. and   A  M.i L W
No. 1150; I. O. I... No- >593i C]
Sapperton, No. 46S3, I. 0. P.; <>��� I
P.,   Court   Westminster, Na 3|
Brotherhood of Owls. Nest to
THE EDISON" THEATRE, C()R.\ER
Columbia and Eighth. High-Class
moving pictures. Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
BOARD OF TRADE NEW"1
minster Board of Trade meet*fej
board mom, Cltj Hall, as toll��1
Third Thursday of ��"* m\
quarterly meetings "n ,lie
Thursday of Februar: MM. uf\
and Novembi 1 * vnl Anll|
meetings on the third Tbursdart
February. New membei* Mlf
proposed and elei l ���'- *** ^"|
ly or quarterl; me��h*
Btuart-Wade,
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh   Pork   Sausages  daily.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
NOTICE.
New Westminster   District.
District of New Westminster.
o+c+o+o+o+o+cCr+o+Om. ���.^���0*0 o+o+o+o+c+o+oo+cj+o+o+o+n+a
* NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS f
NEW   HOUSE OF    SIX    ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS.    REASONABLE TERMS.
McMENEMY _ ANDERSON
Take notice, that Harrli t Ford, of
Pitt Meadows, i: v., occupation mar-
; vi ladj. Inn nd tn apply for 1 ermii
lion to pnrcha the following de-
���. orlbed lands; Commencing at a p ����i
planted at the southeasl corner of Lot
1020,   tlnuice wost   20   chain .   thi
south 80 chains, thence east 18 chains
more or less to Agamenmoi Chanm
thence northerly along  the  shor
the  point of commencement, c
Ing 160 acres more or less.
HARRIET FORM
M. L. GORDON,  I
I Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, M*r -
MONEY    TO    LO A N
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MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home Paper.
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
-IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westniln-ter'a  H��*-ne Paper.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth .avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & upfront Street.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I). .1. Mi t.uaii'ii-, oi
N.w Westminster, 11, c, occupation,
electric   railway   mauagi-i,   intends   lo
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands in the dis-
trlcl of New Westminster:
Commencing al a i"s, planted   al
the   southwest   comet   o{   loi 1390,
..west con"'ofJ
thence oast to northwe"      ,,t tk
im> ������������,. south .0 .so"11"
i_r53
orly and northerly to J���� ,,,����
menoement, containing 1W��       I
or loss. m,.0('aI!""'"
DANIEL JOHN   ''.
per JOHN r ��w'"' ,rnt-
,     imli li '"
Dated Daoember i��w* JRSDAV
APRIL 15, 1903
THE  DAILY   JEWS.
PAGE THREE,
NEIiKO FORGER BLAMES
HIS SUPER-EDUCATION
BUlGAIilA!. ARMY
MAY Y.r MOBILIZE
ack  .Graduate   of   Yale,   Accused   of
: i    ut s His Downfall
To College Training.
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easily a Cake can be iced wi b
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Pro   - ding Satisfactorily.
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HARRY BERESFORD
In his bu,  laughing success "Who's
on( Your Friend," at the Opera House Gat
i urday  night,
answi ���   prop i I
Lou s Gra ������ -
i ii  climax oi
ni' the courl    of
tui
d  i
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what Judge '
criminal  con
ever i
Gra  ���
tk.   He ;.
calli d him.'el    to I
tl icted hi   ' ��� on.
Afti     ti   tl ��� nd ��� '
lerms in tl h   Mia lotirl
d II .i an.
i ims, he ask-
. d him
:..  commit  -ui
.pill    1 1.- Negotl l-
n nai of the
��� u   dispute   causi I
Lhe   t        rlan   declaratlo       ol     I   '
!������ nth .
. i ourse,
>'-"^'   here  .mi  iii    Constants
conn        , lica      to a
Chocolate, FinR, Whi.c, Lemon,
Almond,   Maple  and  Co
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OrariRo
Cre_i.
conu
'    30LUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TOK.ONTO
a_SEK7i_r.' ��� rzrzgEssrA. .R.,____.:gBOi
I clan      |,"':"     ''    Poprlkoff   Bul|     li o
��� he bad   ter ol .,;.       .   ...   .   : .,     ;,.. .,
1     , lrc_ ��� .       , .  .
Real Rose Hat Pins. Real Carnation Hat Pins.
Real Violet Hat Pins.
with forging a
own attorney, j -J'1'''
tand and con
unl        hi   ie
��� turn  fo      ie bi tter,
'l he   un
|    ���
I        Turk       ij   ���
.���v.' ��� ������v.     .   the
nation    tak ���
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IS
ii   '���
LOO Each  and I
Jp
was  tin n  to
,
���   or   all   v
ind  - ep ; -
 le :.., . ach
ction  mu :  : ���
.     OctO   e ���    1st.
tions    may  be
i   ���    led  ai
li   Lumsd n.
Ont . and Mr.
.  '..' Innl-
Canadicn 0, ��� ernir, i | te. t.
sl ��� v  vi . have the [ .rest,
mid highest strength goods.
Gillett'a   is   u icd   by  the
best Bakers and Caterers
ei er_ where.    Cm ta no
more than t!:c inferior
adulterated kinds.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, (,, i
,_ai
ft -��� notified that
j.... .     ilered i
ide od d foi v    bu]    ti d
v wil <-b   may  be
loi to the chji ������ engln-
. ii. ��� lei < ngineej
���Ji   ' be    i _ii.-,i   and
"i _ to the  ten*
���I be accompan-
_. iu,.. on a char
��� D iminlon of Can-
11 -  der of tlie com-
anscontlnenta]
I jj),1 |ual to i -i  pi r
amouni  o.  Ji.*
NOW
'Did
,. i |e?"
��� Five  tiv
If.
"]   i  ���;:  ��� 1 he  I      1   tier ot
Cell ;    I ;    v kllll.      I   tOOl!
poison i i tli    St. Louis <  ntr il police
���  tion. I tried to hai If In the j
Missouri pi   h  i       j and ���'>. Ci  I tried
to kli ' :. I fell .i d< sire to
���   .   Imi   coming oi
G tld tin    lie had n i recollec
tion of tli .   with  which he Is
... w  chai ���   ' was   i en ande i  to
[all   i i awi.lt   possl ile    ction  by the
grand jurj*.
RUSSIAN COMMANDERS
ARE   BEING  PARDONED
CHAMBERLIN, The Jewe.er
BeVEINKENT ASSESSHLN1 ,	
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AT
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PHONE 57.
i DROWNING   MAN   FIGHTS
WUOLD-BE   RESCUERS
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.OU  I iintild  gi t rid n|
ami   i ut in some
tnat
new
i   the   .
old   fui
goods,
Vv ,. iy the highest possible pric
toi ��� ��� cond-hand goods and we are
able to *������ 11 ynu almost anything you
require In I ie ������ of furnitu ������ as w I
���!-' hun ' i of otl,,.,. useful articli
new and second-band. When you
":��m ���'      v.- deal all around go to
A. Speck's
New and Second-Hand Store
!ved    a  -..!; men.   of   new
Is     v '���    ited by ti    part? i    jUB|  ,,.,
i-pted  will  b_ de- bicycles.
t                 ��� "i  lh    receiver Repairing of guns, umbrellas, type-
���'���      anada   ,     ecuritv- for the writers,  and  light  automatic macmn
;'                        anci  of the f.rv
I to  its  terms.
f    ' parties whose
ie ;������ turned ,
__ , ,  Columbia St.
-lllllg   of
St. Peters mrg, April 14.���Rear- |
Admiral Gregorofl and Lieut. Symr-
iioff, iiibordlnate officers* under Vice-
Admiral Nebogatoff, In the Russo-Ja-
i ni - war, have been pardone 1 and
released from confinement. These
officers were sentenced to death for
having surrendered their gQiumtiiKi-*.
I nt I iter their sentences were com-.'
mi',-, i to ten years' imprisonment In
a   fOl ti ��� S..
Ii Is n .   rted thai Ge u ral Sloe *'
and Vlce-Admiral    Nebogatoff will li0
oned shortly. ^
'ENGLISH  FAMILY  IS
ORDERED DEPORTED
Alex. Speck
' 'oat-act.
fk right
lv
fi ort.r.
I to reject any
'Man   on   the Wheel.
P. II
RYAN,
Sorr.t.ry.
of the TTanscon
lated    ai  Ottawa,
ommi
*��l railway.
fll ind. 1909,
f"'v" his    adv.r-
g*lthoui :.otn (1)f, cotn.
,<",,r" ""I nol   .. paid tor it.
Brockvlll     Ont.,  April  11.���An  fcln-
; millj ol Bevi n, father and m ith-
i | Ave children, who came from
the Old Country last summer and who
I have i n living on charity In the vl
clnli    ol Port and all    winter,  were
11
brought  here y. terday    by Immlgt'a- (()]1
km  Inspector Devlin, and  wlll be de-
��� ported
Bi lllngham, Apr;) I.      iverjo    I bj
a  ��� ��� is draughts of    tl       ��� rew thai
Mllwauk o gain   i re    ti
tion, a sailor from th hall mt schooner Wood lerry this afterno n, I ed
hin   ��� i into the bay from 0    in
dock, an i for   the   Bpai    of several
mlnuti - It appeared that li    ��������� m.d
' '-.iin. ssful iti locating the 1 ottom, ft r
I ������   '   ighi   off    his   ������ -. it. ��� -   savagely
and  l;  was oqlj   after they  lassooi '
him with a : ope that he w is hauled
back   to      fety.   The fellow gave no
j Intimation of his evident Intent to end
his  days  of halibut fishing   while  he
nl   the  i lorning drinking  with lus
I fellows   uptown.      When   he  reached
dock he toi e away from the ol n rs
and with a hup   landed far out Into
the    v. av r, throwing up his arm   so
thi re   woul i    be as little  resi ���
;  nee ii-    possible to kei p   him fi om
sinking at once.     A boat nearby was
boob manned by his coinpan"ons and! )
^'���ev sho* out '-iU''r the iliowuing man   j
to i.iKi that they had a light on ,
their band,  for the sailor battled  he- ,
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Doors,
T
rolcally to tear himself from the grafp . (
WOMAN   AND CHILDREN
LEAD   STRIKE   PROCESSION
_V
_>^'
NOTICE.
I1'1'-..
al   the Ol-
Mai ni. and
Victoria, li. ('.
"KKill,,)    thl
I
at
.New
.unl
11 l.v
""'���'��� ������ ���
'"Wl..  I,,.
to
,,f'""u "' Vpril, 1909
U""nst"'ctlonofelgh. (8) _tee
��� iho Fraser rive,-, in
.   !"u'1-  'he whan' of th.
EL ��rk!   ^P*rtmwl
._���-���,, B  .
rlan-
' itlona    may  be
.. I  Of
i     nd pisherl,
P^Work,
wmitisi,.|. i, .
. bttbo, ;""' ""' offlce ��f
mthl   .   r' V;illl'����ver. B. t:���
"""is III' 1,1
iH u' l"i.'bi may also b.- oh-
a _!PT'''' ,l"  " "Ot bind use...
FwZ    ' ""'     oi  any
r���Tcontal"'ng   tent
���.".        ''",l''    ���"'���    fraser River
. tbe Agm..
'���  .Victoria, u. c.
Department, New
C
Synopsis ut  lan....h.   JJiu.es}---
K_ijiil<.ion,s.
Alj available Do'ulnion.'lands wi'.n
iu the railway belt In British Columbia, may be homesteailPd try any person
., bo is it-? sole h-i)'! *"i u famny, oi
any msle ovei 15 years'o: ag_, io trfc
t-xteui uf one-quarter .eciion u, it,'
_ures, mult, or less.
Entry must be made personally ai
the local laud office for the district iu
which the land ls situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made ou certain conditions by the faiher, mother,
son, dauguter, brother or sister of an
atsndlng homesteader.
The homesteader is required to per
(ortn the conditions connected there
with under one of tbe following
plans:
(1) At leaet six nioutus' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud lu
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If the
father Is deceased),   of   tbe    bouie-
Meru, France, April 14.���A general j
strike Of  -I  bonis'    duration   was in-i armed   hunter
auguratcd   here today,    as a   protest
against repressive measures taken by
the troops during tbe recent strike of
ni the men. He was finally dragg.d I
to safety and rushed aboard where his |
friends refused to be questioned or to j
give tiv name of the frenzied f. 1 ow.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kmc    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westmir-.ter
4tm "w mmm.
��� ��,���������_,����-*-
RUNS FROM   LION
Des  Moines, Iowa, April  1 .-
button-makers.    Workmen are ma:ch. j mountain Hon was shot    today
lng through the city In column formation  with  women  and children in the
load.
A real
on an
STANDARD OIL  IS
INVALING  SOUTH
Raton Rouge, La,, April 14.���The
charter of the Standard OH Com-
ptnj of Louisiana was Bled here to-
day with a capital stock of fB.OUO.UUU.
rh,. companj win begin Immediately
the construction of a $2,000,000 refinery in Raton, Rouge,
island in Rush lalt*, ji.-a:- Oebeydan. i
I by    Walter    Strang.        The    annua.!
weighed  160 pounds, was hungry, fe-1
rocloua and a good runner.     Strauss
much   preferred   running    to   hunting I
mountain lions.     When the lion was
i close upon hinv however, )if. Bred, bat
iiiissnd.       Alter   sprinting   the   whole
length  of    the    iskiiiil,    Strauss  Hired
again, ibis time killing the beast.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
Imperial ...    $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel... $6.50
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie & Co FL0U,t AND FEKU "KRCHANT*
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
THIRTEEN-DAY   FAST
IS  FATAL  TO
BOY  IN  JAIL FOR
Tim
SMOKING  A PIPE
Galena,    Kan.,    April   11- Because
lAlce Raines, 18 years old, -on of the'
postmaster here, smoked a pipe today
he   wiv     taken   lo   jail.     He  will   face
tender.
era to be
_*���.__,,   AMESQAUDIN,
_K B. c        ;""'    Ki"l"'''i^.
Vn
?1S_ Hams
18,
AT THE
steader resides upon a farm In the \u.-u\ Thuraday on the charge of hav-
vicinity of the land entered for, the ung violated ihe newly enacted law
requirements as 'to residence may be | prohibiting minors from smoking.
satisfied by such person residing wlta j	
the father or mother. Big Fine Must Be Psid.
(3) If the settler has bis perinan ; Washington. X). 0., April 14.���The
���mt residence upon furmlng land own mandate of the suprein,. court of the
ed by him In the vicinity of Ui hon*-  United  states  in   the    Wttenrfi.-w-
waa Issued yesterday. It
to the attorney-general
Hi liver Coin..  April   I I.���Tin
today published  the following:
"In ii precarious condition and nol i,
expected te Hive, Mrs. Mary E, Lewis,['
_ widow, and sister of Judge David K. I
Morgan,  associate  justice  fff   the   su- I
���reine couri nf North Dalnfta  lies at
her home, 1421 Vork street.
"Physicians In charge as*M't that a
fast of thirteen day- and six hours,
prescribed by a healer whd calls himself a "neuropath and naturopath" Is
i ++++++++++++++++++���+ + + + + ++++++++++++++++++++++++++*+*+
WOMAN I*      FOR    PLUMBING,   KEATING,   TINNING    AND    GENERAL    HARD-   +
WARE, CO TO ���
'responsible   for  tin
woman."
Miilitton   of  the
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
��� Sole Agents ������    '
** *** M,tftttttttTttiM<e������e>tjT
.A. JAMES.
���J. McCLUGHAN
itead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
on Company
Is  .addressed
of Texas, and upon its
tr rival will be
Slx months'notice in writing sfou'dj uin Innl. y  for the    collection  of    th,
be given to the Commissioner of Dom- !$i..wi.o.)i) fine Imposed    by the ttati
Inion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to j court..
apply for patent
K
Ul
Meat Market
ElKhtn 8l
��0V._
,nQ   With Aventie
Ph��ne _7a
LL
4 odd.
Prnorittor*
COAL.-Coul mining rights tuny b��
leased for a period of tweIlt.v���<��", yeari
at an annual rental of $1 P" arie
Not more than 1660 acres shall M
leased to one Individual or company
A royalty at the rate of five cents pe
ton shall be collected on   the   m
ehaiitable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
Prison for Matrimonial Agent.
Chicago,     April     ll. ..Marlon  Urey,
ii,,, youthful matrimonial agent. whos��
manner of conducting    the "SsBreh-
llglll club'* at Elgin, III., led to a sen-
||nce Of one year In prison, BJUSl
serve her time. The young woman
appealed, but the court of appeals u>-
ilny affirmed the decision of the superior court.
BRITAIN SITS QUIESCENT
WHILE OERMANV BETS BOSY
Ottawa.   Ay.rn     11.- The    London
Standard  discusses  the  prQSPBCt  Of a
Oernian-Oiinaillan treaty, and say-
that when Germany gets an lntemie.
iliaie lai-lfT. she wi I be able to dump
ill Canada almost as easily ns she now
does in Great Britain.    The Standard
then says;
"It la foolish to sit quiescent while
these new conditions are growing
around us .and refuse to lift �� Anger
lo secure  Canadian  reciprocity."
CITY ELECTIONS.
-���Voiice is beneby given to the e.lec-
iQiji of the city of New WeBtutlustw
tluu i require the praseaee of th.. said
aleotori at the Oily Hull *>n Su_jmla.v���
the 17th day of April, 1909. at l_
o'clock noon, for the purpose of elnct-
Ing one person as aldeitui.-m for ithe.
said y.-ur ol   1909.
Th*- mode of nomination -iiaii be a*
follow*: I
Kaeh candidate shall be Dominated
'u writing, the writing shajj be *ub-
sciibed by two persons as proposer
mid seconder, who shall be duly qualified electors of and residents In ibe
city, and such nomination paper shall
contain n statement signed by the person nominated that he consents to
S1)fh    nomination.      riie   nomination
papers  shslj   L_   delivered   to tbe  returning  office,   at   any   time   Uk��.___.
the date oi this notice and one 6'cJock
p.m. of the 17th day of April. ]{hi9. Ja
the nv.nt of a jioli  oeing necessary
stub poll will be optued on the :4;li
day of April,  1909, at 9 o'clock a.m..
ami  will  remain open until 5 p.m,   .,_
tin- sun,.' day a. the following place*:
Council chamber, city Hall;  the fire
hall,  Sapperton;   and  the  waterworks
storehouse at  the corner of Auckland
and  Eleventh Streets;  of which  ���   , ;,
parson is required to take notlce'and
govern  himself accordingly.
(liven under my baud at the City
Hall. New Westminster, tb..- 7th lay
of April, 19ii9.
W. A. DUNCAN.
Returning Office,..
.
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PAGE FOUR.
TU Ii]   UAILV   NEWS
THURSDAY, APR,L fc
The Dally News GERIIfAN SHIPOWNER URGED
SAILORS TO SINK SHIPS
Published bj The Daily -News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices
Tbe Pai'v News Block, corner of McKenzie   in I   Vi. toria  streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
<J_*|Q_
_- _5i\_
B_L>
Hamburg, April 14.���Alfonse An-
rens a Hamburg shipowner, has been
arrested on a charge of having incited
sailors to sink vessels on the high
seas with a view to realizing the insurant e monej*.
Ih"ee ships are said  to have  beort
j-v unk in  this way.     A sailor on  the
fourth I. alleged to have been detect-
���������   ��� I e.l  in the act oi  flooding the bold by
glad to see that Judge Howay  opening to    .a-iock.
THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1909.
NATURALIZATION   OF  ASIATICS.
V.i
bas pui down a foot, as it were, upon tin somewhat slipshod methods
that have apparently been prevalent
In regard to the naturalization of aliens. Ovi i a score of applications for
the granting of thla privilege, many being Japanese, wi re made at the County
Coin'   Ittlng in Tuesday, all of which
were adjourned for ten days for consideration. His Honor pointed out
limi under Section 16 of the Natural- j
v.ii'.i. m   Aci   the tillen  ls required to
;<<lilu ���   satisfactory ovldence  to    the j
.commissioner talcing the oath, of ins j
residenci and servipe in the Dominion and of nis intention to reside and
si rvi ���herein, til o rnai he, the alii n,
is of good character, As he was not
satisfied upon the papers laid before
Inn thai tie se requirements had been
fulfilled His Honor adjourned the applications for consideration. Similar
action was rei nily taken by Judge
Grant in Vancouver. It Is not to the
advantage of this country tlvat aliens,
and more particularly orientals should
be admitted to the benefits and priv*.
b--.es of citizenship too easily. In
s.ict i* Is doubtful whether orientals
should be allowed to become naturalized subjects at all. Except as workers
tbey are of no benefit to the Dominion, and even in this respect their presence exercises a mischievous Influence.
They cannot help forward the good
work of colonization; tbci, standard
of living and morals is notoriously
low, even sometimes degrading; they
cannot assimilate with the while peo-
]ile.   It is no new plea that Canada. Is
a.Tid must be a w.hite man's country
land ir would be one of the most effective st.-is towards the strengthening
and upbuilding of the Dominion if
orientals were, if not excluded altogether, at least denied the privilege
of holding land or enjoying any of the
privilege: of citizenship. In the meantime it behoves every good citizen to
see to it that all possible precautions
are taken to carry out the provisions
of the Naturalization Act In the very
.-irictes*   way.
BOTHERED BROTHER PUMPS
BULLETS INTO BROTHER
Si i ..uie. April 13.���Because ir.s
ii r would not close a door through
i ,i draught blew that annoyed
bim, A. 0. Pahl, a painter, 30 years
old, i mptli d six chambers of his ...
ca Ibre revolver at W. H. Pahl, a sur-
,i j'or, -I years old.
Two 1 ullets took effect. One penetrated the jaw, passing out at the
cheek, and the other clipped off the
nnd of one thumb, The widowed
i mother of the boys interfered and pre-
i vented further assault by the older
brother, who was reloading to renew
his attack. A. O. Pawl was arrested
and placed under $1000 bond, and the
Sid Muleoi.ison, prime mover in the other is held tinder surveillance In the
organization of the Balmorals baseball hospital as a witness,
.earn, has    suddenly    decided he will
transfer his allegiance to the Russels, Under the direction of Mrs. (Rev
assuming the managership of that ag-1W. H. Barraclough, the junior Ep-
gregation, vice C. G. McLean, who has worth league of Queen's Avenue
left the city, He will probably donljr.hurch will hold an Easter social In
lire catcher's mask during the season. J Queens Avenue school room ibis
The Balmorals are now on the still j evening commencing at half.pa i sev-
hunt for a manager. en o'clock.
++4++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
X .__._._-   _~.    ���.__-_ i
+
+
Residential Proposition.
rooms  and
arrange.
I   have   had   listed  with me for quick sale a nice new cottage  on  St, Patrick
splendid   iltuatl
s  modern.      This price is _��od for a few  days only.    Terms,   half    eash
This house is situated on a  full-sized  lot, 66x132 feet, and has a  splendid   situation       .  |f��r $20COo��.
1 ,1as s'x large
**'ld    balance,.
$650 will  buy a  lot 66x132 feet, all cleared, on the north side of St.  Patrick street
building lot I know of no better.  .  Half cash and the balance in twelve   months.
Both   of  the   above  are A1  propositions.
For
a nice
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONE  169.
HAVE   YOU   TRIED
'."*&���
HERE'S  WHERE   YOU   GET  VALUE   FOR  YOUR   MONEY, MR.   WORKINQMAN.
Special Sale of 50 dozen Men's Diamond Stripe
Overalls, usual value $1.25,75c a pair to clear, now only
1 Premier  Flour?
If not, ask your grocer for it at once, and be sure that ycu get PREMIE., as there is no other flour to equal it on the market.
PREMIER FLOUR is becoming a household necessity. If your
dealer does not stock lt, 'p_one us and we will deliver it to you
ourselves. ���
HALE. BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.      P. O. Drawer 100.
*+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
PHONE     97    WHEN   YOU    WANT
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 23.
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 for2Bc
Jersey cream, large can, _ for ... 25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can   10c
Assorted jams, regular price 25c lot..
3 for 50c
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
'GET THE HABIT"
CONCERT
BUTTER,   EGGS,   and   NO.   1.   POTA
TOES AT LOWEST PRICES.
DO  VOL   WANT  A
Coal Oil Can
We  have them on   special  today at
20c and 25c
EACH
1  and  2  QUARTS.
I
Westminste" Choir
Saturday, April 17th
Adams & Deans
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
Wi  buy for cash and sell fur the same
The  Edgar  Forrest Co,   Presents
That Odd Comedian
Harry Beresford
50  VOICES
Orchestra   of   14   Instruments.
"Hear Mj  Prayer" MendelBsoU
Selection���"Elijah" ..   , .Mendels
'Selection���"Tannhauser" .. ..Wajwif
SOLOISTS
Miss  .Munn,  Soprano.
Mr.  Clement Oo-   Baritone.
And a Remarkably Clever Comi any In j Mr   j   g   Can���...0T1, violin
"Who's Your Friend"
A CENTRAL jUREAU.
Now that the tide of immigration
"has se; westward in earne-t something _ in ild be done to provide a een-
'tr-ai bureau in this city where new
comer; may obtain Information as to
settle-in-p.* in the district, the chances
of employment, residential and hote.
accommodation and so forth. Quite a
number ot ntw arrivals have been no-
tic.a'jl In the city dining Uie hist few
days, an I eager enr-uiries have been
made on the street by some of these
a_ to local circumstances ani conditions. V is not altogether easy for a
traager, dropping into New Westmin.
*:' r b i Id n.y, to .size up the situation
and lie would gladly avail himself of
tbe help .: any trustworthy agency
whither iti.gb- resort for Information. Such a bureau as wc- bave In-
dicati : i not b ��� without Its valu <
��� ��� li and district, for li would
he the m is of directing the various
kinds ol m �� energy Into the proper
< bain:. ' . Farn era and fruit growers
t "I'd, : ��� v or Industrial or com.
Ilsfa ie nl needing addl-
'.'..nai hands, could register their op-
. ulngs al ie bun au; real < Btate look.
- :'.; would ba available by telephone
to reply to enquiries by intending settlers, to whom any information desired as io tlrt var.'ous localities, market
conditions and the like could be furn-
i-hed by the central establishment, It
seenis to us that Secretary Wade
would be the propei person to con-
duel such a centre of Information,
which would really be only an extension of the Publicity association. AVe
hope ibis body in  combination  wllh
the Hoard of Trad." will give consider,
ation to the matter with a view to establishing the bureau.
HOOKS BIG TROUT
THEN SHOOTS IT
JOHNSTON'S
for your next pair of
SHOES
Read These Prices:
Men's   velour calf   oxfords.   'The   Maximum   Shoe,"
Pair    $4.00
Men's   patent leather blucher oxfords, full  military
heels;   a  swell shoe $4.00
Men's   oxblood oxfords, our "Warwick  Shoe," none
more stylish Per pair $4.00 and $4.50
Men's   oxblood blucher    bals.    made    on    the  new
"Bud"   last     1  1-2 inch Cuban heel...   Pair  ...$4.50
Women's patent" colt blucher oxfords, all  sizes and widths, per pair $3.00 and $3.50
JSJ5   Women's  oxblood  oxfords,  "Femlnla" make, the newest shoe in the  store,  per  pair    $3.00
ty4   Ladies' best Russia calf, tan oxfords, made with the ring eyelet fasteners, pair $3.50
nA    Ladies' best turn sole chocolate  '*;_ oxfords, pair   $2.50
h/J   Ladies'  black  kid  oxfords with patent tips, pair $1.75
^OFf^I A I      ���      $1��00 W0RTH   0F   NEW   CHILDREN'S   GOODS   ON   SALE  TODAY.    ALL
By Harry and  Ed. Paulina.    Greatest  Comedy  Success of    New    Vork.
Chit ago. London, San  Francisco. The
jrt I Laughing  Sensation of    the    Pacific
_B Coast Now.    Two Weeks at S tattle,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
YOUR
SHOE
BILLS!
i St.    Andrews    Pn      terlan
'Thursday evening   V rl  22 *   ���
ADMISSION   50c.        CHILDREN 25c|
TENDERS WANTED.
Tender* will be ri ��� ��������� I bj 'he 'J_
dersigned up    to M ��� '
1909, f ir the supplj  of vitrified .���""���.
glazed stoneware sewer pipes oft
following sizes:      I Inches, ti in*-,
incb.s.  10 inches, m   Inches, and 1-f
inches;  also for pipes of   '.ti** a!or<
said sizes    with    I   inch  junction-
bends, plugs, etc.     Tenders for plpef
to be given per lineal foot, bend- ana
junctions at  per number.     P'P''S {<\
be delivered as  may    be required to
the   First     street     sewerage
plana of   which   can b
sy.temi
ai
city engineer's office. A samp"
plainly marked to be delivered ��':
each tender. Tenders are also ' J
.aired for crushed '���o<"k t0 te
ered.      Tenders ' v also rehuln-d t��|
Portland cemen     to be delivered
above. .
Specifications of the toregolni       I
... ,itv rlli*in,Vl s|
rials can be seen al tne iit> "���       i
olfice.
The lowest or any
tarlly accepted
i n.i*!
1 Vi. iilit,   April    I I���A   novel   metll
Of capturing lish too large to be land
id with a small book was evperlenced
recently   by   X.   \V.   Tonvy,  of  White
SaliiKiii. while fishing in a creek, a
l'  w   mil':-;  east   of  here,       Iii   order  to
���f-Cure the priz.-*. which proved to bo
a speckled trout ��� measuring twenty-
imv vii!n in length, Torrey was
compelled to shoot il . The fish
weighed nine pounds dressed.
SUMMER SHOES
JOHNSTON'. Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster,jB. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
Take notice that au application has
been  made  to  register Oeorge  Adams
as the owner ln Fee Simple, under a
Tax   Sale   Deed   from   the Mayor and
| Treasurer  of   the   City   of   New  Westminster, to    Oeorge   Adams,    bearing
date the 25th day of September, A.I).
1.902, of all and singular that certain i
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying and being In the City ofl
New Westminster, in the Province of I
British    Columbia,  more    particularly!
known and described as Subdivisions
15  and   16 Of   Lot  S,  Suburban  Hlock
II.
Vou ami those claiming through oi
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any Interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
Is no; r-gisteied miner tlie provisions
of the Land Registry Act, are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days fi ra the
date of the first publication ol lis notice upon you. and In default i . a i _
veat or certificate of lis pen len-. being
filed within such period, or In iel'ault
of redemption before regli .ation.
j-oit and each of you will be I irevcr
estopped and debarred from setting
till any claim to or in respect of the
said land, and I shall register Oeorge
Adams as owner thereof in fee. |
And  I  hereby  certify  thai  publica- Jf.cl' furniture or an ^
tion of this notice for thirty days in | Live Stock Implement a^,n]int|eri
a dally u^wspaper published in New!every Friday nioiniu.1-' on \ *"jJ10ruing|
Westminster will ,be good  and  suffl-' Maiket; and every Saturday
W
City Hall, Apri
v  : [.SCAN,
City rierk.
n   1909.
Cook & RH
THE AUCTIONEERS
323 Front  St., Opposite Mar��        |
Westminster.
VancWr'
and   1260  Granville  S-.,
--hould be consult, d if )'ou       (i!
auction conduc
want
���ol
clent service  thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia, this 16th day of March.
A. D., 1!)09.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar,
To     Thomas      William      McColm,
Charles W. Wlso, Caroline A. Jack.
THE HOME PAPER
Is   the  Paper   That   Prints   All
the     Home     News.
The     Daily     News
10c   a   Week.
on Vancouver nlarket, _fllI.|
New cooking stove; 3 waft   ������      i
,      -_���..  1   _vnr_sa   wai ;l '
new;  1 express
furniture
mower (new).
A quantity of t">K
price.   Room 9, Haml.     '
at '123 Front sin-''
mil'
Kerf
Mineral Waters
Aerated Wa����|
Manufactured by
1
NEW   WESTMINSTER-
,_ Officc'
Telephone 13.
Eighth St-I hi
UUR6DAY
APRIL 15, 1909.
(tbe dailt news.
P-UiE . _Vi_.
THE
CASH
STORE
T. H. Smith
THE
CASH
STORE
^++++++���0+^ ."""-������MMM M ItMIMMMM
A MAGNIFICENT
ARRAY OF
w Waists
What a Chance!
$3.50 and $3.75 Values $2.50
-qi ,.            Immaclllate lawn and lingerie walsi i    . price  little enough to make a  sensation.
turned out;.hj the Inst waist mak e c intlnent.      In  these  waists ai $2.r>o
L wji] Bnd      ������ Irish linen, uUor-niade lingerie, mull ace and embroidery trimmed   madias, tailor-
.  ..,             | iunits., clust.-i- tucks, etc., etc.     New vi  . plain and tucked,     On salv at. .$2.50
Handsome Suits for Women
AT A  SAVING OF A THIRD AND MORE.      SUPERB  STYLES
ThiS advertisement really isn't necessary. We are doing an the suit business we hive rsom to
excepting for a tew hours in the morning. But the mission of the store's news is to tell you of all
tn- good things, lest some of our friends should miss the savings, so this line of sample suits an.
commended to your attention  and  are  offered   today���Read:
Women's Suits, Worth
up to $28, for $12.50
I ng a line of travelers' -samples all size.-. In plain and fancy materials, tan, brown, prey, taupe,
MH....V.1, tailored. Ot_e_a plentifully trimmed with braids, hands and buttons. Silk faced revere,
etc.  (in  ale today at -������ $12.50
A Monster Offering
in Women*s Skirts
$8.50 AND $10.50 SKIRTS  FOR $5.50
Over 46 skirts in this ilne black and all colors; material is chiffon, panama, chevron, satin tin-
���shed. prunella. r.ngll*b piece, dyed worsteds, each skirt elaborately tailored and each and all .the
Wtoi-of f.ilion.    Regular $S.50 and $10.-0 values for -*5-50
Another Shipment of
Pongee Silk at 35c Yard
ieautttu| even finish, pure pongee silk In natural color only, regular 60c value,
!rV '  35c
A Grand Showing of
Dress Goods at 50c Yard
Tl"^ '< i Une of new ...t.in facod mj. In morfotone effects,   il' Inchei  wide.   The   best ma. ..a.
��nnlilh immer light  weigh, dresses and suits.   Going todaj tor, per yard 50c
A Drive in English Prints, Scotch
Ginghams and Dress Muslins 10c Yd
������������������'.
(,vv- ������ , ,. .'_..���* f.,���ev muslins I" t> lll,Se variety of patterns
fast dye prints, clnvk ginghams and fancj  musiu*-
'""lllR. (__ I 	
1,1   tile today at per yard 	
colorl__.
 10c
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DR-SS
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NEW   RIBBONS
NEW   LACES
N
iCity News
i        _._ ���       __d
i B��mbers of the board  w��M come
for considerate*.
11P [ falfi... into a big ditch at  the come,-
Uf the Trunk and Gou-ti    roads, being
only readied by   a chance pasewTiy
\ ancoa-1 W||(1 wag attracted    to
the   placi   ..
Royal Columbia, | ^U8e of lh<. bowlings of a little dog
Court  Pacific, A. 0.  P., nf
ver,   visited     Court
ihis city, yesterdaj   evening,  making   Uli!
Ic Cream daily. Dainty Tea Rooms,   the journey between the cities by special   car.     After the   Initiation oi e      Membi r_ of   th.    board of   school
number of candidates and the transac    rusteei will today (inspect and formal-
tion  of    regular  lodge    business,   the   Jl   take over   ill"   Lord   Kelvin  SG_0Ol
.visitors were entertained to supper by  In the West End.     Tb- opening cert*.
; the Westminster Foresters, monies, which include   ad'dreeee
[prominent   educators,  will take place
Roderick StiibeHiy,,a, two and a half j on  Monday afternoon.  wbW  the Chll-
year old    Ladner    hoy, narrowly es- dren will lake pari    in an interesting
oaped    drowning early tin-,    week by program.
Mrs. C   S   Keith, of Rayai avenue,
will  not receive  today.
Sir Charles HIbbert Tupper wa* a
(visitor to tin   cltj   yesterday.
Ea.sl.vr   lilies   al   Tidy's,   the   flor.st.
Phone 184, "*
E. ,1. Fader 1ms sent n cheque- for
$600 towards the building fund of the
Royal   Columbian   Hospital.
For first-class cut Howers and    any1
kind    of    Floral      work,      telephone
Da vies' Greenhouse, B208. **
���
Mr, and Mei    C. C. Knight, of R<-gi- :
na. are spending a   1. _��� days in  this
city.
Mrs, Patterson, who managed the
I Dal iv. Vi .tinn and other hotels In
[ Victoria, th    Ub- rta at Medicine Hat,
>ml has other hotel experience, has
I been  placed  in  charge of the Russell
hotel.
TALK
ABO-UT   ROCKERS,  CHAIRS AND COUCHES.     WHY?     JUST   SEE   OUR
STOCK, FROM $1,00 UP.    WE HAVE     A    MONOPOLY    ON    THIS    LINE.
CARPETS GALORE IN SQUARES FROM    $7.00   UP.      LOOK    INTO   TME
LEADING   FURNITURE   STORE.
W.  E.  FALES
Furniture Dealer, Uphol.terer and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
The plans fo.  the survey of the land
,,-.round    Coquitlam  lak.-  required  {)   ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4
the proposed dam have i een d<'|Hj-i:ed
at th. city hal| for examination.
I'a it, .'nines A. Clark, a well known
ri il  estate    trader   of  Port  Moody,
spent a few boars in the city yes!
' uay.
New Styles
The annual    meeting of
tne
West-
i
minster Cricket elub   will be held at
jF. J.  Peers'    office,    Room 5, Hamley',
block, at eight o'clock this evening.
Bertie Smith, the young son of Robert Smith, of Ladner, was on Tuesday
I trampled upon  by a  horse,  suffering
j serious injury, including the breaking
I of his right thigh  bone.
Han-, Voglsang Poultrj  Food Is the j
; best. At your grocers and druggist. *
The Trader brought i'i a luge con-1
signnie.it  of lime for Gilley Brothers j
yesterday from Victoria, as well as a
small quantity of sewer pipe.     There
was also five tons of general meridian-1
disc.
Our auction sales still continue and
another diamond  ring    -aill be given
away free today, Coupons can be ob-1
tained at the door at 3 p.m. ** [
Arrangements for the annua' Re- ���
bekah banquet will be made this
evening at a special meeting of Ben-1
lab lodge No. 6, I.O.o.F., to be held at j
the residence of Mrs. c. S. Keith,,
Roya] avenue.
A meeting of the members of tbe
Balmoral llasebal. club will be held
on Monday evening, at eight o'clock
at VV. E- Sinclair's shoe store. Tht
��� bi tion of officers will form the p'rln-
clpal subject of disussion.
A decrease in the price of salmon
went Into effect at midnight yesterday, red springs dropping from eight
cents to six, white springs from six
cents to three, and steelheads from
five cents to four. Fish are reported
running ln large numbers this year.
The dramatic recltul to be given ln
St, Paul's R. E. church by Arthur P.
I?4,wn and other artistes, and an-
nbunoed for April 19, hn_ been postponed until the following Monday,
April 26, the former date clashing
��� '"> a Y. P. S. C. B. concert at
Queen's  Avenue  church **
A large amount of business wl 1
come before the monthly meeting of
the Board of Trade this evening, The
question of naval defence will b_ air
ed, and  the proposed  banquet to the
Today when there is so much talk of "snappy,"
''nobby" or "smart" footwear  one  wondors  why.
It is because of. the ever present desire for something new.
"All Americas" meet the demand for 1909 with
just the same old quality that has made
All America
..Shoes..
the   standard  for fine  footwear   both   of  Canada   and
the United States.
This is no mere talk.    The talk is verified in the
goods themselves.
We're   proud   of  every shoe    our clerks    show���
and you'll be proud of   them   when   they  are  yours.
No  point  leading  to  perfection has been overlooked.
Examine  them   and  try to find any flaw���if you can.
SOLE AGENT
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE   RELIABLE   SHOE   MAN.
Eastman's
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
Agents
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
uarters for  Spectacles from   50
Cents up.
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUM.IA ST.
PHONE 62.
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THE   DAILY   VT^TS,
itoM. raft
EASTER
Postals and
Novelties.
SPLENDID  LOT
AT
IMOREY'S
fAtTIONAL STRIfE IN
BRITISH LABOR PARTY
THURSDAV     Ara
UAY> APril ..
RAILWAY OFFICIALS
INSPECT -6U1I.E LINE
��� 1909
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerlandi
444444+4+++++++++++++++:^
| Vote of Confidence in Ilot-
Ileaded Socialist Angers
Other'Prominent Leaders,
B. c,
for
E.   R.   Now   Delivering,   Material
Overhead   Construction   Along
the Line.
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Columbia Strei v
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.
amm-nWsktmBmmimm-immrx
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PEMSYMNM SMITHY GOAL,
MM 4NT1HACITE COAl
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Su oessor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front   St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
Edison Theatre
Aniim.ted    Pictures    and     JVustrated
Songs.
TWE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Edinburgh,    a. i'ii     N     1 cent
fact lonal  bmati 13  In  the  ran      of I he
hub   . ndent  Labor I artj. \\ hh b  havi
, j Beriouslj against tin
,i      of the party i'i the hou* of com.
raons, came to a climax at yesi ��������� li >
..   Ion of the annual congres   of i he
organization, whin Keir Hai lie, Phi ip
Snowden,    Ramsay    MacDonald    and
Bruci   Glasier res gn 'd their seats as
members of  the  national administration   council.      The  Immi dlate  can.- ���
of the trouble was the adoption by the
congtri ss of ubai amounted to a vote
ol  confidence in   Victoi   Grayson,  between   whom    and  Mr.     llardie I here
inis been a fnd of long standing, The
resignations mn le a sensation in I he
i ongres        Efforts wore made to se-
[cure  iheir withdrawal,  but    the  four
men Who had "kicked over the traces''
'  tuck tn Ha ir determination.     Should
ibis spilt hi the Labor party continue
lit will relieve the Liberal government
jut' much pressure   In the direction o'l
Socialistic legislation,
DRINKS QUART DF DAY ROM
AND RECOVERS IN JAIL
i m i i the new electric n,,,
Eburne  and   New   Westmin
i (fter, ,, di-.ance   of nine    and a hall
as made on Tin s laj   by 11. A,
K. Dn   y,    engineer    of    the  rallwaj
i   Ion of Canada, who made the
trip  tcocmpanh d by ('. E, Cartwrlglit
IIvl     .   .    nv   of   the   C.    P.    it.
Mi...        Drury and    Cart, rlglu   u ri
Vanci uver bj  morning train to West-
mi    ti r Junction, and from there pro-
V-. led to this city, where they took
an engine and went over the new line
to   Eburne.      From    that   point   they
returm d  to Vancouver over the electric line from Steveston.
The lm pectlon or the road by Mr
Drury was a formality necessary before the c P, it could pa s the line
over to the British Columbia Electric
Rallwaj Company for operation. Mr,
Cartwrlglit slated yesterday thai whll ���
the electric railway company has noi
>'"' actually _tart, d ovi rhi id construction it is new delivering al] the
necessary material on the ground, and
wor_ will ibe commenced shortly so
that the line maj be open for traffic
In the early summer.
Leave  Langlej  at 8 0 i a.m.;  a    \
��� i'  Pori Haney at 8:15 a.m., arrive at
McAdam   Landing  ai   8:30  a.m.;   arrive al Hammond at 8: 10 a.m.; arrive
.���it  Pori  Kells al 9:00 a.m.;  arrive al
New  Westmin ter al  10:30 a in
i
Li ave Ni r  \\ i   tmlnster ai  1:00 |i
in.; an ive at Port Kells al 6:30 pm.;
arrive at  Hammond ai  0:00 p.m.; ai
rh    ai McAdama Landln   al :'. I 1 p
1   Ive   ��� Pori Haney at 6:35 p.m.; .live al Langley al 7:00 p.m.
Leaving   B.   &   K.   Wharf,   daily   ex
cept Saturday.
: i e_
I China Dinner
���������������H.
����������
MONTHLY   FOR
ROYA
L S
S.S. TRANSFER
' lomm 'nclng
Transfer    will
wharf every  w
-ivi   Saturday,
April   Isi   the stean
leave    Brackman-Ker
el;   day   afti inoiv
at :: p.m. for L  lm
s
New
EYE OPENER
MAY
MOVE TO TORONTO
Barber   Gets   Lonesome   for   Business
and   Mystifies  Doctors  by   B.fflmg
Death.
Program changed Moadaj*, Wednes- 	
day .:iu .!���": iday,     SpodaJ is-atiuoe for
ladies and children, Saturday", at ^VIU i     Vancouver,   Wash.,  A].ri:   14.���After
p.m.      . i��k1rinl,Vn._ nearly ,i quart  of    pure bay
Commjenolng Monday, ijEai-ch 29.W rum In one afternoon, c. C. Fhller, a
our perjermance wi'l start at 7:-a"i peripatetic tonsorlal artist, suffered
sharp. Kaeh performance runs one - o more Inconvenience than a Beifles
hour and 30 minutes. Nothing but the of fits and c mvurslons, ad a ni.nlit of
latest moving picture and i.'lustruled dlstur ed slumber in the city Jail,
.onps will he on exhibition at the Edi 'i'bat he did rtol die forthwith is a
��__ -.h-tati-e. vv.uKic (.'irnishcrfi by the mystery m the doctors of the city.
Edison oi-chvstra. Dp.n't fall to hear ��� Puller cam... Into the city Saturday
anfl V"   them and   weni    to    work in a looal  shop.
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c I Business for a time was dull,      Puller
Calgary,  Apri]   l i.    R,   r.   Edwards,
editor ol  the Ey_-Op< ner, is i inside
lng ..i  very flattering suggestion  from
some Toronto business men to  move
his well known paper from Calgary to
T' 'to,  and  wlll    iprobably    accept.
The offer came to him last ummer,
shortly before the Dominon elections,
ami Mr. Edwards was on ihe point of
accepting. However, vvh ,, the elections w.-re announced, he decided t'i
1 '"'''" at Calgary ,��� giv, assistance
to M. s. McCarthy and C, Magrath, ol
Lethbrldge, Now the way Is clear he
will probably accept the offer. Th.
Eye-Opener will probably b,- turned
into a joint stock company, |n win.
Edwards will retain a controlling
interest.
Westham Island and waj  ports,
mday  at   _   p.m.,   returning     to
v,. bi minster Saturday evening,
RUNS   TO   STEVESTON   TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning,  leaves Westham    Ian    ���
��� very  wei i.  day morning, i xcept  I'.i
���]���������>'���  al   7a.m.,  and   Ladni r  7 15 a.m.
frjday leaves Westham l-: n i 6 a.m.
and Ladner al 6:15 a.m.
Additional    trip    .Monda;.     in n
leaving New1 Wi stmlnster at 5 a.m.
This   schedule     subject      :,,   c|    ���    .
without  notice.
For freight and p ���  rates ap
ply to
ROBERT .1 VRDINE,
Managi
ol   RO
i in a :,
I
...
I :
month.
Then   1    ; :������ ��� ��� il.. ,
ROY \i, S r VXD .vv  FLOI H
und ������ ���    v      In usl
,.       . ... tii   tu.i iej
i nn ii ie i v
Tin   ii v ��� ���    ..
evorj   v  i
TANDARD FLOUR
j Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd,
��� Vane ouver, B. C
Typewriters in Stock
Fraser River Service
Str. Ramona ���
The American OLIVER visible writing. Can do ���������
other first-class machines can do, and more,
improvements equal to   other    first-class   machines.
and   more.     A  cfe^h   price and on time p'ice.    !
'���1 direct  agents.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
F. ��_.
KEf*R, Manager.
Crystal Theatre
_ATEST   MOVING   PICTURES
WEDNESDAY   AND   THURSDAY.
.COMPL.OJTED    DRILL
.GRANDFATHER'S   PILLS
t'cniic
discovered a quart bottle of bay ruin,
which had never been opened. He
broke the Heal.   One drink    got lone-
'sonie  and  called    tor another-      In  a
short lime Ful.t-r wis seize! with con-
| vuisions.     ii.   ran out or tlie shop to
the st reet, and fell on  the p ivem mt,
He recovered iti jail.
BLACK    PRINCESS
Hi ��� _','.'��� v.
7HE CROCODILE HUNT
THE FAK�� DOCTOR
Comic
Song
A   LITTLE  BIRD
IN   NELLIES  HAT
House Numbering Almost Complete-.
The numbering of houses in the city
��ill be oomph ted a out i he end of
ibis week by Contractor w. i��. Purdy,
.Many ol the residents are having letter boxes affixed to their doors, In an-
iticipation of free de Iver). winch Is
!)i*iomisi <| this city for next month.
Mr. Purdy is supplying name pistes
for these boxes.
MONEY SAVED IS
MONEY EARNED
A savings account in this bank Ls
.i .ate investment, Ii pttyn you "���m-
pound Interest and is ready cash any
time you want Jt. Church societies,
fratoraal'oi sanicatlons, dl^ika trade
unions aiu! bnsinoM as��o_l_rtion�� wlll
finn ii oonvonlen/ to haw mriiiiix
funds in a savlncs sccouni nbjecl
t<i the control ol two or more +MceTtt,
It's   a    g��vod   |(1.:_���U\
Mass Meeting on Sunday.
A mass meeting, which will be ad
dressed by Kev. .p. s. Henderson, will
be iniii in Queen's Avenue Metdodlsi
church Sunday evening at hair-pasi
,��lghi o'clock, in the Interests of the
LonS's Daj Alliance work Similar
���gatherings will be In Id on Btmdaj
throughout Canada.
MERGER   IN  COFFINS
IS NOW   REPORTED
Toronto, Api il 11. - It is reported
thin million dollar merger to take in
all the big caskei manufacturing com-
pan! a of Canada, Incuding the Na-
;tiou..il Ca-k.-i company, of Toronto, is
in process of formation, The story
goes that English capital Is behind
the merger
According to the report, neg itlat!on_ ;
hav.. been going on for three months,
with the result thai six of the largest '
manufacturers In Canada hav.. agreed
to go Into the merger. The larger
firms in Canada are: Christie Bros.,
of Amherst, .VS.; Qlrard and Gordon
Three Rivers, Que.; Elliott Brothers
and Siuv, Presoott, Ont.; the Evei
Casket Co. of Hamilton, and the National   Casket   company  of  Toronto.
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY.
at 8 a.m., calling _t following points;
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Vai-
ley, Whonnock, Kuskin, Silverdale, Mt.
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    llatzic 	
Dewdney, Nlcomen Island  Sumas an.   m     MM. ��������.������ ������ """I
Chilliwack,    Returning  leaves  ChiiU |
wack on Wednesday, Friday, ant! Sunday  at  7  a.m.    Excellent    paSS-ttger
accomodation.   Lowest Freight rates,
WESTERN    STEAMBOAT    CO.,   Lt.'
R. Whitmore. Mgr.
New We-tniinste:
Spring Cleaning
7
wir
\    BIsseirs
a great hei;
In  Spring
���   Sweep, r
to the hi i ���
��� i unlng l li
INNOCENT  MEN  SERVED
34 YEARS IN JAIL
it
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $50,OOO.tOO
New  Westminster,   B.  C.   Branch.
F. B. Lyle. Manager
Mlnaeapolis,
men. now deci
crime,   who   ;,!,
Minn.,   April    M.     Tw,,
ired    Innocent o|  any
ad)    hav.-   servo,'!   1 hli
'-' r����' y��an each on Ufa term* for
"'��:'i * i��� the Minnesota penlteatiary
may seen,,, tardy justice as a
PUBLISH DETAILS OF
ACCIDENTS IN  PAPERS
New (li bans, La., April 1 I A new
era In the attitude of railroads on investigations of accidents wa- Inaugurated here yesterday when tbe South.
��� ���ni Pacific put Into effect thi   policy
of giving full publicity to such
ligations, Under the new ru
ni Inquiry in Investigate all
is to i." composed of three
or officer/ of the road
imi    connected
Invests ii  hoard
accidents
employees
and om. who is
with    the   company
.��� ,,  .'eeult newspapermen  will noi only  _>,
. the newly-awukened conscl.no. ofjmltted  to attend
bul will hi
th" board.
the  investigations,
notified of the sittings of
New Spring Goods
JUST  ARRIVED.
Exactly   the  material you   want   tor
���ult*- made to order.   Perfect fit guaranteed.
I-IEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
a man who aided   l��� tricking   them
"""   ice*Ptii_ the grave penalty    u
.UDdorhlll  and    ,,���,,���,���  Washington
i"""H,"l,lv  ��* l^lspn lite, an.l  who ,���av
�����w��Un liberty and reenter a wor._
strangely changed sine ������. wtei
cloai il on them in is?,..
"'s aald thai the m_ wi���, admits
M* guilt i��� railroading those men to
Penitential,  bus already appeared
""    ' *'   pard<m board with u
P'ea for their .elease
���ynopsis     of    Canaai.u     North-West
Homesteaa   Regulations.
i     A'jy  even  numberea section  of Dominion   lands   m   Manitoba,  Saskatchewan aud Alberta, excepting _ aid 28,
I not reserved, may be homesteaded by
I any person who is the _oie head ot a
family, or any male over *. years ot
age, to the extent of o:ie<-u_tter section of 1G0 acres, more er ,����sb.
Application   for   entry     joust     ue
���u-'lc   iu  person   by   the  applicant  at
t  Dominion  Lands Agency    or    sub-
igency for tbe  district In   which  the
land is situate.    Entry by pro��y may,
: however,   be  made  at *n  agency on
'certain conditions by tbe father, math-
Ier, son, daughter, brother or sister of
nti  Intending  homesteader.
The homesteader Is rejulred to per
form the homestead duties under one
of the following plans-
(J)    At least six months' resldenc.
'upon   and   cultivation  of  the laud
each  year  for  three  years,
i'i) A homesteader may, If h�� s<
���..aires, perform the required rei.
dence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv bim. not less
than eighty (80) aires m extent, In
the vicinity of his homestead. Jolni
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement.
w. al -i hi ve ' . ac, Bap-a.
lac, Liquid V< :���*������ r, etc., for
brightening ip the furniture.
Call In am] Inspi ci our stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
ni.
before
*��'�����> April   U.-Al  a  meeting of
"   ''"���"������iK'a.K.illun club in the Seat.
'Il"'"r'' building, a oommlttee was
���'"'-'nted to make arrangement, with
'"' "Position officials ami the Canad.
GET YOUB SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
C   p   R. to Fight Hill.
Winnipeg.  ,.|Mil   H_The  0|Badta   I
Pacific nlllroad has decided to Invade
North  Dakota ai  once    and  gn afl
""' l,,n Unes,     This is i��� retaitati   ,
f<"  llllr   announcemenl of his Inten
UOn "'   b""dlng an  air  line  Into  Wit,
nl"":    l'""1    the    boundary   and i
hulldlng extensive terminals he.
ri'lr'    Many  members of  the elub
nve  Pledged   thetaselves  for  liberal
p"<-t/-'butlons. and the committee nam.
'"'   �����   aUthOrt��d   to   solicit   siibscrlp.
""'^ Tom all the local French-Canad-
Ians ' ^^
Windsor  Hotel  Block,  P,  O.
New Westminster,
Box 644.
Texas Fruit and Corn Damaged
.  M:ill:'      '-       Vpril     ll.    Advl,
,:""   "'"""    North    nnd  Easi  Te,
'"'"        '    ,o   the effecl   that In
"'" ���' '"    ""'���" wloiisly damaged im
ri'uii a ui co n crops.
���-._., . 1, Jfc8J      f ���*��� ,atl"-r COr mother, If the
SEATTLE ORGANIZE jf��l"er la deceased, of a homesteader
| ha. permanent residence on farming
and owned solely by him, not less
t��an eighty <_0)  acres ,. t
ue vicinity of -__ homestead, or up-
un a homestead entered for  by hln.
 ,,n the Welnlty, such homesteader m_v
n   COmm,.���oner   f0.   (h(, I perform hi, own  residence dt. J b,
"r "'��' 'ocal Frenoh-Canadlan. In\��W with the tather (o. !_����..
I (4) The ,erm "vicinity. In the .two
preceding paragraphs j, defined ..
meaning not more tken nlne nll��� lD
a direct line, exclu.lre of th, width
of rosd allowance, crossed In the
measurement.
(J)    A   homesteader   intending    toi
perform   his   residence  duties   In   ac ���
cordnnce with the ,bove ffh|Jg |1?J
: n-ltb parents or on farmu. ,
IN NIW BRUNSWICK led by hlmse, mns/Z?/ S*S
'for the district of .uch Intention
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Comml.��loMr of Do-
minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
w   \r  ro'tv
! Deputy of the Minister of __,. Interior
A Bag of Cement
bOUght    ll.le    will Dl    ���'
tir.iy free from powdi ���
and    oth.r   cbeapt tiln    I UM
Tbat mean, the o i    I      P
faith, r and last      Iter thai U"
"tilled" kinds.     If j ��� ' ������
experience you I ni it .���' "
buy the best imi dim ' "'
To obtain the bi ��� B ''
to come here,   w.
anj other kind
BROS., Lid.
>>M) ��l MMM -^
Electric Railway Service:
ItSB t
Interurban Line,
for  Vancouver   and
every
way
hair
La.t
1,1 order to make n good showing
"' ""��� grounds,
EARTHQUAKE  REPORTED
'"'"is.   N.    H���   April    ll.-   Wesi-
and    Welsford,    about,  twenty
'"mi  bere    on the    C.  P,  It., re-
1 ^ -ligln earthquake .hock ye -
II   was  Hilfllclcinlv   heavy   lo
��� liou.e. to rock.
Cars
stations   will   run
hour   from   :,:...   .,. ,���
car leaves at 11  ,.. m
Last car leave. Vancouver Bl
11:80 p.m.
Cars leave tli,. _.-..ot evepy
twenty minute* for both Sap.
perton and city llmlta over the
city  line.
City Lme: Car. lean
office on the hour, tweut* ��"!| s
utea after, and forty n-etn-'f
after, commencing at ��:20a.*l
Sapperton
at  ten   minuie
atter
i
half past and fifty m,nu,e'' J f
the hour, commenclni "' '    ,
Lme:   C n   '""
fur
a. m.
Sunday service hitf*       ''
twe..n Sv'IO a. in  ���l'") "      "
I   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M \
1 **+>���+++ ����^
k44*4��4
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEV.5 .||_ 15, 1909.
&. Goods for i
Le, and Gentlemen
TII E   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
Sit tIEBCE
STHUbULE IN Mill-Am
���
��� ial     fi ���
���'���-���"���    ."' i
uud suitings has :Foren*a:i Fiqhts w.,e t
POULE AKKIVE10IHICK*
AOITIT. (IF UNIONISTS
ft arrlv
TTe guar
���    I fit and goo.
.1 .
tflNG  YUEN
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fe Workmen
0,1  F;::;"  '-   '      '   Sui _  ig at Port-
land-T_J.en to Hospital.
;^Ptt= Picket Town of Lille, Ala
.  Winers Creates Con-
tble  Excitement.
Kwong
Colum t ;a
0n Wo <_  Co.   Block,
Mclnnes    Sts.
and
P. 0. Box Go.
foe*
'  '��� Fighting on
;' Ullng
In the
con i svork
Fourth in I  ���
dl   '���   i        |
v   Colvli
____________��� i ____
sixtj : ei c ,;.   -j
foreman of tb.. ,,  ,     ,.
Iding    ai pest   m
s, and Hue,, trolled   t
1 I.���Excitement    was j
.   Aha.,   yesterday  af-
od;   of Koyal North-
I "lice arrived and pa-
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor Store
I       CEST WiNES.   BRANDIES,
ALES AND   STOUT.
Ly TRADE  A  SPECIALTY.
Tl7''"'   S'       '' * numbers    of    nonunion
,   ,. ... '���      bite  yes-   me,,  stai  ed t
'""���'',  narrowi    '      ���   :    recipitation
to thi
The tin
��� in the idle coke
ggravatlon of the strik-
��� said    to    have
the  town,  fifty  go-
OVells    tO
_____��� , ___________________' C,'S' Ti
,      ' ���   ���    .vnen.i, ,.   worked     ,  pick
i'ihT:       ' ""���.ing. y to prevent any nonunldl
planking as W, Z    ,   men,C0D    �� ln' ��*.  were ma di
below,  wat, , :"'"   ��n   "1-  Stra ������  -be company.!;
batans,  w . '""*    T"   Me00m!fS ^ -for the    PO-
scores o|   persons who|l:ce. who arrivi
i lly armed
favi
I.
P. O. Box 184
FROM   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
ahudderlng    expected to see the. fight-
ers dashed b . m  , i
,"r",n'1"'- ;'-' a Policeman, who   .par.   NANAIMO
ated ih.  men    ��� , .,,.��� 1])h
'"'���' V",v' ' ��� .that
''" had ' '   ' hospital.
quick order, beav-
WILL   HAVE
MARATHON
IN   MAY
THE STAGE
Wus i
MINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
District of Surrey.
"Who's   Your  Friend?
The theatreg ilng pu       oi      v dramatists ol comi i.   a ;i    ��� ol       tltude
|for the few hours of honest la...   tei
;,:"1 '"''vi ni .-ach as the authors of
i  "Who'    Vour Kev! '     a', . fun       .,
[the stage.   Of all the comedies di
Hi nry  T.   l tin it
li    anpiy for   permission to
...���.-vied  land ^^^^^ &
:  planted when* w"h  American types, -,:.,. undisputed
rttber. lary    of    lot 606,   Palm of approval from critics and pub. I prize Is being offered      The best run
New Westminster dis-' ; ' / "' -������������ nt  has been    estowed upon ners In British Columbia are expected
quarter section |.wno s   Your  Friend.' the comedian [to compete in this event.     What will
Nanaimo       rii    ,      p-rom    al] ap.
' ' ances " tin ��� ivll this year
have ,!"- ! ��� ' - Ith . ��� v ... celebration
11   haa   ''������'" I        A   v w   departure
lla" ,"':i    made   In    the   conduct of
the day's doing      ... ,]���, s _,.<...s |,e.
���-'������ und tr thi  au pic , ol the Athletic
1 i!l-   wheri is   [n   the  past they have
'"'  indi r ' '   ain . tloc of   a com.
"!in"' oi -'iv.   . .     No pains are being sj ar. d   to     ,,     the  best  athletes
from the province in attendance. One
.of the features of the day   will be a
five-mile  Marathon,  for  which  a  big
���sects
'llur, e    I��      c    r   1S   ''"���''-- WIHM   Wlll
.1,   running    north and "arr>   Herestord, the production, and  doubtless develop into another feature
__. _    l_h__   rr.ni*.-j 1.1-   ; _ _    ..* -_i
the company in general
���Who's Your Friend?   with that odd
comedian. Mr.  Beresford. the original
.;...-   ..      tion two  (2), town
one (1); thi nee smith lt'.O rods,
thence north to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lint 200 fi I      vh of the before  Production   as  seen  during  the   NewJHlndus
|_o_ed     tberly   boundary of lot  ^ork  rlul   -"id almost the sain,, cast
thence  easterly I supporting Mr. Beresford will b    seej
boun-1 Saturday in this city.   The comedy is
p( the day will be the presence of a
number of Hindus now resident at
South  Wellington  near here.        Th.
are   tiaining   assiduously   for
:: ���. - tb of the 49th paral-
v d le;   thence West to
n   ind  62  rods distant   niood
lor. tbi      1    ��� b  parallel of  north
th 02 rods; thence
ut i here the southerly
LTV of Int   505,   group   two    121
���   mentioned 49th
I of north latitude; then follow-
the track events on the holiday.    Mo-
i .r racing on  the  harl-or    aid other
.vents  will    make    up a    good d.iy's
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     entertainment.
tions that to miss i: will be lit..- miss-]	
ing a true amusement friend of merry I JAPANESE SEEKING
���   -i
t��...l __\  --outherly^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���roup two  12), to aj";lil*  to !'" so rich ln laughable sltua
PLANS OF  SUBMARINE
HINDOO PRISONER TO N,w  Yorl-   Apri!  ^-The Japane_e
SUICIDE  BY 6TRAVATION j government is    negotiating    with the
American builders of submarine boats
Auburn.  Cai
starvation    to
April   11.���Preterring
incarceration     in  the
for the purchase of plans and speeitl
____��� ���      ������   ��� if.tions   for  a  new   tvne  of  si.l-m.ri.p
.-H��t erly boundary of lot state penitentiary, Kwpr Singh, a Hin- of smaller mode.  tlZ tt'iTZ
.-     ' I,  to  the  point  of  doo wrestler, who i, under sentence ol   In common use,    but 0f double snee
-' containing by estlma- three ,  are at Sa��� Quentin, ba. been  I, ��� stated that tbe    propote, 'new |
tiojundtvl    and    forty  acres   refusing food ever since he was placed   craft  would have about the same de-
1,1  ;l ce" of t*-* roulll-v J'1''-  Through   stiuviv-a  power  as  the    present   tvne
Hn White Rock,  B.  C, this | an interpreter he told the sheriff today j The purpose of the Japanese govern
DIFFERENT
It is
the
New
Flour
All
Western
Canada
Is
Interested
In
We are not making this announcement for the purpose of describing the
superior qualities of "ROBIN HOOD" Flour. We intend you to find them out
for yourself. We want you to find them out as quickly as possible, because we
know for an absolute certainty that once you have tested it thoroughly you will
never use any but "ROBIN HOOD" Flour afterward. That has always been our
experience, and we feel sure it will be the same in New Westminster.
Now note what we are doing. We are sending our staff of "ROBIN
HOOD" girls into New Westminster to call upon every home. They will call
upon you. They will tell you something about "ROBIN HOOD" Flour, about
the way it is made, the quality of wheat it is made of, and they will give you
some idea of what makes "ROBIN HOOD" Flour different from other flours. It
is the flour you should use.    It will prove its superiority.
All over the West "ROBIN HOOD" Flour is making a tremendous impression.   Join the thousands of happy users.
Look for the "ROBIN HOOD" girls and be sure to give them an order.
They will visit you in a day or two.
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Ial toy ol February, 1909.
HENRY T. THRIFT
men', if the negotiations are success-
(fully concluded, is  to send draugits-
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
(Take notice tha*.   the    undersigned
'���t::- J  to tne hon. the eom-
J-Wr Of lands for permission to j within
undtrtivntkined    lands In j threai
' Westminster district:
lUSBWlClng at  a  point  where the
Tfc" line (prolonged) running east
'���������������  etween sections seven (7)
"'���      i(18), Intersects thewest-
T boundary of lot  _0B,  group  two
|Kw Westminster district; thence
Tpy 100 feet, thence southerly and
'^ !';r ���     ��� ������ westerly and
,"" of   the   said   lot
line 1 prolonged) run
that he would commit suicide by starving  to  death   rather than  go  to the
state prison. j men to New York to make drawings
Kvery means has been tried by the ; under the direction of the American
sheriff to force the Hindoo to eat, but Ibuilder, but to bui'd all tbe boats of
all efforts have been unavailing.    The j the new type in Japan.
prisoner la losing weight rapidly, and
unl.ss he begins to take nourlsbme*
a short  time, it is feared his
of  starvation  will   be  carried
out.
COAL' OPERATORS
DENY ANY FRICTION
NURSES AT INSANE
ASYLUM ON STRIKE
I'kiab. Cai., April [4.���Efforts to fill
the vacancies created by the resignation of ii of the 15 women attendants
at the Metisocino state hospital for the
insane have met with little Buccess
and  the big institution is running to-jtll."t' ������, o^ra��.
i*. . '  o-  �� /    �� ""     , >����t��.i     mr     ui,,     iiiE-ii-iiii....     l_*     HU1I1I1IK     *V
E . ��� tnorugb section  day with less than half the necessary
������ne    (1),    New   number of  nurses  to care  for several
t;    thence   south j hundred  patients.    The nurses' strike
'' ly parallel with  was announced last  night, and is a
b ,; '!���>���'}"  ol  the culmination  of weeks of trouble be-
,.'. "lit   Immediately   tween the    attendants    and    matron
,    , r��   the  centre
,Pr��l0n"  ; sasi  or West!
New York, April 14.���The anthracite coal operators who had a conference in this city yesterday to determine upon a policy toward the miners,
made public a statement today declaring there was absolutely no friction in regard to the decision to appoint a committee to report on April
22. The operators' statement continued: "It should not be understood
oppose reorganise-
��� tion
:
10),  Intersects
e '��� north along
ii.l loi 506
������"re said centre li..,. ol
Of weeks
tttetidants and
Jeannette Houn, who was supported
in h ir attitude, sa] the malcontents
by Dr. )���: \\".
the hospital.
tion among their employees.""
WISCONSIN   CENTRAL
TRANSFERS   TO   C.   P.R.
Re the north portion 17 by 5 chains
(8 1-2 acres) of subdivision 12 and j |
the north portion 10 by chains (6
acres), of subdivision 13 of Lot 79,
Group 1, map 536, New Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title num.er 2720F, Issued in
the name; of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster, B. C, March 22. 1909.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
You will find it to j'our advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce,
whether you Intend to travel or sending for your friends. Sailing from
St.  John.
Empress of Britain  April 23
Empresj of Ireland May 7
Sailing Prom Quebec.
Empress  of  Britain    May  21
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOl'LET,
C P. R. Agent.
case,
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12.. 5
up.
Silver   Watches,   gents'   open   face
$6.00.
Sliver Watches, gents'   open
.7.M up.
Agent    for    Waltham    and
watches. B
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two doer, trnm Cas. Adam*. Croct
Elgin
King, superintendent of
K th-ncP
pip .
��.mi,r
tS high-water
and northerly
and   westerly
���torJ. '  !"'  ������n5 to the
containing ,ty esti-
or  less.
. B. C, Pebru.
!>.\";Y .   ,, K   W,  I.EESON.
11   I    ! Hi. ti. *������*������    ,
Agent
F of Montreal
F.C,ILI  '���
P*$E.ve 114,400,000.00
[felOchti 11.000,000.00
ENGLISH   FOREMAN   KILLED
BY   RUSSIAN   WORKERS
Paris a. .11 li. M.is i< hnstone, thi
foreman of an English 1 ictory in SI
Petersburg, was murdered yesterdaj
by men In his employ,
The workmen were dissatisfied with
1 tin. Easter gratuities given   them   bj
Johnstone.    They pinned him    to the
! girouiii]  with  a heavy bobbin and beat:
I him to death with ropts.
.-1
Milwaukee, Wis., April 11.���Tht
control Of the Wisconsin Centnal Railway companj was yebterday fully
transferred to the Son Line, and thus
made a par: oi th Canadian Pacific
system, giving it in entrance to Cai
cago. Agreement, between the Soo
i.uie and the Wisconsin-Central, heretofore authorised by their respective
boards, were ratified and approved bj
the largest vote ever cas*.
NEW   WESTMINSTER  CITY
ASSESSMENT.
i'S.
'
1 lanada
London.
and
Eng-
A.
" and Spokam
"Wng-t;!,^""' '���>������   A general
..���-���   81n"ss   transacted
^^1      I."!.
available with
parts of    the
^  '"Win,
|
_______________
Ient-Deporft.
���m,   upward,
S-,-_al,^uat_perMm
AMBASSADOR  BRYCE
IS AT WORK AGAIN
Washington, April 14.���Amhaspador
.lames nryce of Gnat Britain haa returned rti Washington from bis trip
to the Pacific coast. He bad a consultation yesterday with Secretary
[Knox touching pending matters instates   and Great
���
NE-Wrc-_ ^68,000,000.00.
CfiESi WAM0H.
���ER, Manager.
tween ti.
Britain.
l'nited
Arrests Under Antl-Betlinfl Law.
Los Angeles, April 11
tii.   men and one   woman
1 rested j esterday on the chargi
, ing  s.in   Francisco
Ing ii:v, form charts and
Formation about the races.
S.X pev.m ;.
were a.
of sei -
newspaper   ���"���
ral  ln-
MISS JANE  FERRELL
Touring  with     Harry    Beresford  In
������Who's Your Friend."    Here Saturday
evening.
Court of Revision
Notice Is hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 1908 has
been returned to me, and remains In
my office where it may be Inspected
by any person having an Interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
Of Revision.
The first sitting of the Court of Revision on the said assessment roll will
be held at the City Hall in the .��ald
city on Wednesday, the 12th day of
May next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Any person intending to appeal
against the assessment m.st do so in
writing to be filed with the city clerk
at least seven days before th
sitting of the court.
W  A. DUNCAN,
City Cb*rk.
City Ball, April 7. 1909
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
#
 PACIFIC	
RAILWAY COMPAN.
Tb,. scenic transcontteental rallwaj
equipped with through dining first
cla.-s sleep. :- and dlnipg cm--, Atlantic express leaves dai > :i:_0 p.m.;
train for S attle and Other southern
point, at 9:13 a.m.; train for Agassis
at 5:4. p.m. Week end tickets sold
to local points ,u one fare for round
trip
ED. GOULET.
Agent.
C.   Fl,   POSTER.
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Va neon ver.
COOKSLEY'S
: Picture.'
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW  ON  SALE AT
u. MOHE/'S STATIONERY STORE
j. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE FAIR,' Columbia  Street.
first
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ifflce 'Phone 186.     Rarn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Raggage   delivered    promptly   to
any part of the c'ty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
FOR SALE
Superior quality  of'. Feed.
Mixed Bran and Shorts.
B. C. DISTILLERY
NEW WESTMINSTER
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
He subdivision 11 of Lot .'J, 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 01 the loss of certificate of title number 16027A, issued iu
the names of Charles Frederic Sprott.
Francis Kaia SchoU.    Lucy Christine
Schou, has bfeen filed In this office.^
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of pr.e 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  objection   be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
Dislrlet Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   West-
minster, B. C. March 22, 1009.
OPERA   HOUSE    BOOKINGS.
April 17.���Harry Beresford.
May 7.���Gingerbread Maa.
June   10.���Nat   Goodwin.
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fSE DAIL? i?_IWS_
THURSDAY, APR|L
15.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++ iWEDNESDAY A.TJ..CT1VE
A TREMENDOUS'
Lawn Mowers
ALL   PRICES.
���
l\
FOB WEDDIJSi FESTIVALS
Three  Happy    Couples  United  in  Sacred   Bonds���Fashionable  Gath-
erings   Pleasant  Augury.
���
���
���
"EMPRESS"   Ball-bearing   wit.
Five Blades.
ALSO
"CLEAN CUT" Ball-bearing and
Other Styles.
Duncan ThornL'ir,
At the residence of Lawrence Thornber yesterday afternoon  big  younger
daughter, Miss Robert^. -Miiinu Thornber, was    married    to    .lames  Leslie
Dunoan, of   Vancouver.     Rev. ,\. de
D Owen performed the ceremony, the
j happy couide standing under a gaily
decorated   arch.      The   drawing-room
had    been    beautifully    decorated  In
white and green.      .Miss Yeuie Thornber, .sister of the  bride, accompanied
her, and Charles Rolston was the besi
.       I w fi-man,      The bride was given away by
AnG6rS0n   &    LUSOy fiber    father,    Mendelssohn's  Wedding
COLUMBIA STREET. J | March being played by  Mrs.  Burkett.
j The  ushers  were  Charles   Watson,  J
jticott, Everett Goulet and Stanley (li-
I chrlst.        Misses    Martinson,       Ethel
McKechnie    Anne     Martinson     and
Marlon    Sutherland      also    assisted.
���        ��� -i n ���   * jl I Eighty guests were present at the re
IS Simply Selling. OUt TH,S week only* kceptlon, Mr. and  Mrs,  Duncan subse-
jquently leaving for California on theli
_l_Pir   OrOCKGrV  _1_1Q ^�� AND GASOLINE MANTELS AT 'honeymoon.      On  'heir    return   tbey
THE
Public Supply Store
!
A   SNAP!
LESS  THAN"  COST.
Glassware at a big
reduction.      {foe Pearson Electric Co.
If you .want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
(Successors to T. M  wbrey
Electric Works.
wi I reside in Grandvlew, Vancouver,
The wedding presents were unusually
beautiful. Including a lamp stand from
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal church
members.
PRONE 331.
P. 0. BOX 923
Avery-Lehman,
At the    res.deuce of W.  A. Gilley,
Eighth street, yesterday evening Miss
Blanche Lambert    Lehman was mar-
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,!' i('ll  to Thomas  Henry Avery.      Miss
I Spring was bridesmaid and  Mr. Avery
Opposite Postoffice. waa supported !by William Henderson.
|Rev.  \v.  ll.  Barraclough was the officiating clergyman.     Tbi   flower girl
wias Miss Shirley Cameron  and  Masher Charlie   Gilley   assisted.     There
l/was a large gathering   at  the reeep-
i . ^
; tion.
McNair-Bothwell.
The  wedding  took   place   yesterday
,at Tynehead of M. J, D, McNair, manager of the Maple Leaf Lumber Com-
] .lany.    to    Miss    .lam i     liothwell, of
I Tynehead.
BOWLING
Sewing Machines
(Singer and Wheeler ��� Wilson)
These household necessaries will never
be bought cheaper Talking Machines
or better anywThere
than at the
(Victor and  Edisoh |
RECORDS,   PIANOS.   ORGANS.
PUBLIC SUPPLY SMS
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
J, H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA* STREET.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
The Vancouver Ad Spran
s  beat
the
S ilnion Bellies al the
local
alleys
la t
evi ning   by   1 *������!  pins.
Thi
following
'A ere  the  SCOrl s:
\\ ESTM1NSTEK
I.
-'.
::.
Tot,
Silver l.ss
176
US
482
Latham l.v,
175
I ill
..21
Gilchrist 150
171
154
181
Murchie    138
178
175
191
\\ llli tte 158
162
IT'i
490
Tical-    795
MIL'
sns
.465
AD SPRA
_,S
1.
'1
:;.
Tot.
Burnett     223
192
His:
588
Campbell    ���;i-'
176
213
oui
Sharpie, i:;_
171
186
492
MclntjTe  r,:_
162
169
IM!
Cl.burn 13.
IM
171
489
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Totals 853
sss
tm;
-OI.S
NURSES   FROM   CANADA
ARE
IN THE   LEAD
New Arrivals
in
Infants' and
Toronto. April   14.���At    a    meeting
of the Canadian Hospital Association J
festerday, Mr. '���:. f. st_Vens, of Bos-1
ton. Bald that, the l'nited Slates OW��d
much to Canadian nurses. One eould
scarcely visit a hospital from Maine te
California without finding Canadjan
nurses in charge.
1909
An A'itractive Range of
Dress  Goods
fepRiNG & Rummer
j^DRESS GOODS ~
IP"
('._:-'
$1.00 Per Yart
Thirty pieces of the newest All-Wool Dress Fabrics
representing the latest weaves shown this season!!
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+ _ ���]
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New Wall Paper
Ladi
les
The Dainty Tea ft Lunch Rooms
MISS   REID,   PROP.
Warm Lunch from 12 to 2.
JUST ARRIVED.
."i0 per cent, off on all remnants,
Ilp-stairs, above The Fair.
Doane, Bailey & McKay DUP0NT   BL0CK-   Columbia st
Open     from    730    a.m.    to  7  p.m.,
Saturday evenings llli  a Inter hour.
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In this special will be found PLAIN
SATIN CLOTHS, PLAIN PANAMA,
BLACK &. WHITE FANCY CHECK,
NAVY AND WHITE SHEPHERD
CHECK. CHEVIOT SUITINGS. 54-
INCH homespuns, and a large
range of CHEVRON STRIPE SUIT-
INGS In shinies of navy, green, smoke,
grey and brown. On sale today, per
yard    '. $1-00
At 50c per Yard
35 pines of FANCY STRIPE LUSTRES. DARK TWEEDS, CASHMERES, FOULES AND CHEVRON
STRIPES in weight- which are particularly     appropriate    for    children's
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Search Through
the Remnants of
Curtain Muslins
Afternoon tea a specialty. Home-mads
Bread, Cake, Tea    loe Cream daily.
AGENTS.
(Successors to E. \V. Cook)
Front   St.,  Dominion   Trust    Building. I
BONNETS!
*++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Investment Snaps
A. J. BIRTCH |
"THE   WHITE   HOUSE"
20 Lots, $140 Each, one-fourth
cash, balance easy terms.
LOOK TMIS UP.
275 Columbia Street ���
F. J. HART & CO.. Ltd
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A Snap in Odd
Lines of Bobinet
Curtains
REGULAR VALUE $3.75.  SPECIAL
PRICE  PER   PAIR. $2.75.
To char out the remains of a large
Stock We place these curtain- on sailor a few days only at this substantial
reduction< They are three yards
long, ,",ii inches wide, and are trimmed
i'^iwii side with broad lace In <'rtion.
having lace edge to match. Don t
miss the opportunities to procure n
lew of these desirab'e curtains while
possible.
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Snaps such as are to be li.ul in these
ends of popular serviceable curtain
materials had better be procured
i|tlickl>. Ahead-, the be I. N e ��'
muslins lias left iis with doiens -^
ends rangiin. In length from ' Io ��'
yards. A special price is no�� u >������.
every remnant of this descrlpllus
.++++++++***'
+++++++++++++++++********'
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
,
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