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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
,r .,   /.FSTMlNbTEH.   B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
260 CoiumQ.a St.    Phcne 85.     ��
v.'KS'i Ml". ST Kit. ll   <'., THUR8DAY   MORNING   APRIL 29. 1909.
FIVE CENTS PE_>   OPY.
Kli
IS
m lm ����       RUSSIANS TRY TO
BN CH1LUWACK UNE
TOWN DOOM-D BV      L0UL ilH[flUt ,,nts      CRISIS C0N1INU
BRtAh INTO STATES      ' - - ���   TU mm m���
RAVAGES Of RIVER
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E. Goulet Rep Western Railway
1'' '���'' m Russian Ves- Needles, Cai., Sees Death m       lesrapwsts i Gathering Next
Bel Are ingCustoma     Constant Advance of the
Officii . Colora.
Month   in   Georg an   C t/.
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IN TURKIj RISING
	
Civil War Throughout Empire Feared- Terrible Massacres of Christians.
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FORTUNE FOUND
IN AN OLD TRUNK
Bell Telephone Shares Purchased in 1882 For $1500
Now Worth $1,750,000
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man of tbi        P. R. repi
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CANADIA'.S   TO   EXPLOPE
TIMdER    IN   AFP'CA
FRANCE  IN  FEAR  OF
LABOR   REVOLL-
���   tlon
RIE-PU-tK MTU
IIU Bt 0(1 WO
-. ti    -.'    _s  .-���_�����-,(  Mcnop
��� ..!���.-,   Rttow.es of Un.
�����_  S'-'-s
rHOLSAND MEN TO
HOLD BIG ROM .P
M.nt
W.ll     Engage   In     Tee   Days'   RepOr-ti   a.   $
tor   Bears,   Deer   and   Coy
ot-_  in California.
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*t_i-.�� ot stock of tb<
ipaaj   pen based
teas. ��� ���    . .t     i��t.t la Saa 1
��� i-d   '.:..   ,    ���     .... :,   i       ;.,
>'��i-d 1 etpeel ,     ,
Job i   dis; ..��<��� ���
11,71   . ���    *bkh na ibi
wl'.fc lbs -f. ct o!
. _l ?   ..'���*���������. ...-,���
It)  after I  .. b i"
.:.'.. i  . . k|  - vol Hunters
paper dur Bg B pet!
years
,    Tl.rjutb  ua  iut> <���->,<��   wltl    .
Harding, toi ��;�������'. ,
.  -, r
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was placed In
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1 itie _,-.     Ier ths
ition Ir
l ��h
eat the marki
l< i.jt.
BougM  IU ck    n  "88;
It ps I - in
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t.iepboai -   ���
Bostoa      .tti
��� ling
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wm�� advised    *  I ���
bless m
a  ��� ���' i. s sad   del .    ..  ������ t,,  M,.n,   gnglneei    Ke.1       ������    the
ea t��w sad  ^d,. buried the Itock ������    '   ���'���     B        , ..,���-.���   D    .-       .    work,   yesterda:
bob received ���> message tt^-'iu ot
Divi<te am proftit I taws from  ih- deputy  minister,  Mr
Harding  *������   Btij   .i ���' rn i  thai   ih.-   Hun ���.     stating    ihiit the    .Turning
woman had parehased lbs stool st a   iredge ia noe tbe property ol the de-
total mui .   of W �� share, oi  H 0 ���
shsr-     .itnl  later  msde
���' ������ - ��� ��� Paris, April 2' . .-   I
Poi the best i the < leni .��� -. ol La
Ottawa who are organH
iB strike for Maj .iolen
��� ndl. sl _ of guides ire vol uti
le     K.isl   ment   i-   taking   ���
ordi li .......       ,       ���   . .       .-.   ���
nd *  ' vn scooum  sh .   ���-: with �� relesa teleg    pl
'   ��� .   r.-*our(       in   regard   "... :.   -.riv g  thl
timbei    Mr. ���  i Immedl   for tbe   purpose ���-������..-._   cum-'
��� ���������a Vork, whi . ���    sails flrst   a   ��� catkin  with  vv   Rite]  i wi
I, going from       ���  i     ugh  P i       ad heavy bod.      I -  -   i hav.
���   I via the Me I nean to |l afl -_   Into iptl -.-.
EXPENSIVE HARBOR
SAID TO BE EAIIURE
b*.   i   Has   E.t.en   Wives.
-���- _ ��� i . . ]
:.'.-������ state
imid, i      .   ���        Bultao
.-.:.- Sa    :..   ..
��� . have not been verified.
Aecoi ling to the rej c       _bd .. was
a ed on a train at Constants, night and seni I    prism.
ii*- vnt  . .. . leven of his
who srere allowi .   ���,  -   bl
iaiprisoni_ent.
V le* ;.  St.  '.,���
Victoria, April : .��� lhat the harl
built x. heavv ex'-.u-.- fur the MexiCa.,
goveruiuem  uv   pearaon k. eompau;..
'RUSSIAN EXPtOIIION SS US. J-STW:
iiuuuirti-i   L/tiLuiuu.i f        oJ  .,_   _Vams_ip  SaxKaj-an,  ot
Clin  Tfl  DC   rilllicr  '��� ���'   &oataaa  ���'���'������'���      t\n+a the _a.K,i-
oAllI lu Dt rAILlKt     ��������     ���"��   ^  ; %***
... a wer. cou-i<ler!ns the reniw.a.
  of ;i.e  Dig  -ieau.wat.r_.    which were
iilit a; a cost of several mutton do.-
Petersburg  Thai   Cos-   bu.   o*��ng   to  the   ��.a   *a.n-ng   tne
. ^and in a_id    filling uy    th.
Civil  War  Feared.
- mtlnople    Ai.rii   Zg.���Soldiers
  ���  fo-;rth and Hfth army co ; -  stationed in the vilayet.-, of Aleppo and
t,-    T1       ,                 ���                      ,   Ersurum,   are   in   op.-n   :<���������������..���   toOary
Dig BreaKWater* Constructed and  insurrections   are   threatened   in
.                                            Western  Macedonia an.l  Northern Al-
DV   MeXICan   Government    -a-     DlssatiafacUoa over the deposition of Sultan  Abdul   liamij  is  ere-
jating a  pr^at deal of trouble in certain quarters and it la feared -.ba; it
���-���  ;*:,'xii_ible  to  prevent  a CJVM
I Con tinned on Page  i lree.j
Declared Unsatisfactory.
CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN
SERVICE MAY (EASE
sacKS   H.ve   Been   Ikirtnlstling
With   Kur.s
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toon �����) of
..-���     ���          IS       da-''    '
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1 . real i>   i ���
, v reals trom
SttiX'
Sh kx ;.
���  aatei
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in
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tom n out-
b :.i. ii ar�� not
Eu
aala fi          ������
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nartwr
There are i��o larg_ -jrvakwat.r on
either side more tnau 26o feet wide a:
the bottom and tbirtj-throe f.ei at Uie
'. ��� *���-.-_, IL-ni the sea is sl.t-
ing  up   the   out-r   harbor   dredged   t.}
No  Arrangements     Have     Been   Made
for Continuance of Subsidy wr cn
Exnires   In   June.
P*i ���    Ul
-l'-     OAMSUNO-HOUtl
\ ������.
:, .     ,.��n-s.
tro    a were advanclni
..     ,     ..   - arrive at Tabrii    ���     i
... .    : ng   aavi .-
.1,1 be form. I      ever, havi ���  i   I .
it Tabrix, who  rep
.-I     ���       .-.    I   1""- '������ -"'��� I some*    -
con-
rcy of then
:
FRUHLING   DREDGE   NOW
PROPERTY   OF  GOVERNMENT
; ���   _i.uu wn     ,.  Russian merchants.
Th.  . ori ihat the -lac.
See fleet  baa gone lo Northern Tm-
k. I    ;-   not   tr\ie
CROKER   SAYS  HE   IS  OUT
OF  POLITICS FOREVER
I
-.   iitglilwatrtiman   (tul]
���-I snd li>- >>' ���! '
:ueti bad ... ���
���   Lr,  , .   awttnr)  Into thr
-   ' t  ���.,  th-   .on:
A poili ��� man
the, toOklJ^ *_l *^f
iti-i  tti-ti
-      - ' ��� .:..!       I.-.*'
w J* '.-in ���, i
WATERFRONT WAREHOUSE
IS SET ON  FIRE
a fiiv which might have caused eon-
slderable damage broke out shortly
.;;,: foot o'clock jreeterday afteraooo
in  the premises of tin.   Westminster
s
'.   meat   and Instructing bim tu tak-'   Fr_lt->_<.-ki_g Company on  the water- {       sulwr-or .0 ^ Karope.
;.,,    tl ���  ��� bargt ot tbe dredge. *"�����   Probably due to a spark from a lhe|r ,iro ^ ^^ del)i4r:
her sn  nft-r  to divide  ��tth  h-r all
ol the
PAIION ATTACKS
UMOHDI FISHERMAN
���    .
PI bi rmsn   ��tn.
:���rot hers'   trap.
sttark-.l   yt-wter
n   trelghlag abottl
.    .I'lenil'ti  .
./^'' " lhe)  dlsoii����.,t-.|
.���  .    ' " The .i-it ii.m,
I  nl, ���    ,-|,urif. U
._. ", .1  the sew   .,1.1
Picij;       c"mb ""���i"1
^ "*'''��� .   v., at on
K^'RUO i-rom
. i
pr.ifl:- srUInK thl" Igl    '
mock
Since this Ign��B ��� ������ sblcb il BBW
to hsv- '..ren connimm-' ��� 1 ail week*
���go, ihe stock osrt-ftostas *r- ���"1"'v"1
to h��v,. |aS�� en-.iu.-l'  I  to ""   ''"" k
Natloaaj Baak, to the Brsi NsUona
llanK.  both of San  Krnnct^o. and to
., rtiiisn. tat laatttuttoo ol Boston which
Is awalUag sn ot!<    .bai  nil recom
bis   client   IO  lb*
,. 000
vii  ot>tiiini-.l   a
hhn.
prnno   llurilins   a"-!.;
-stent of about  H "'
GOLD 19 DI9COV ERED ON
QUEEN CHARLOTTE
Sin., th.. Easter bolWavs the dredge
baa been lying Idle ofi the depsirt-
maat'a wbsrl in the citj. pending the
lepal   trail  f%-'.      frv��in     the   owner-   in
Qermsn) to tbe Canadian government
On acoouM of the formalities necea
iarj then bas been Boats delay In the
completion ol the transfer. The ves
.wi win resume srorii on dredging thi
r t \ .-��� immedlatei.
COUPLE   WEDDED  WHILE
STANDING IN WATER
BV  WARM   RAIN
lo
'*WV        '     ''      M.rll   ^-A
l..��7_,'   ", ' OM   1   to  I ..ck��-k
11 . ��_',   * *   '       ��� 'I'
completely imM
d   by   Uu-
1*iiIk,"���' , 	
*<HgttO��B       '    "-'tarn Mver mulHJ
Ni Z, ., "-        Mom  tie
���-.i au.,   "'       '  np*ard tor  �����>������
">ti ;" la praotleaity
Victoria, n   ��
i,....��� found in thi bl�� -   ��ndof "-
���!,. sboui tnirt.  bum from  Masse".
Char.   ��� ���" ",,xlin^
I,     ��� Ve.illlei
Ui Leod, which a"
Bkagway
:1V  I   111   ;������ ....
S....-.U   ���.������I..-. rMK'��  ����>.'���"
Josephine arrived lrom Ma��ae i bring
Northern island.    The Josephine took
. ,   ���        ,..ti'-.     . .'lie   01
sotlie   Ilia. Mn��'i i   t
Ballot   S rings   III. April CH     V "
island  baptising lesterday In a small creek
near bere
v   Oold bai
paiNinic loconio-.ive. The brigade froan
the Central hall was quickly in ulten
.lan..-. and B delivery put to work
from a hydrant on Krout .itreet at the
rear of the Premier hotel
The fOOl was partially :tit_,-d out.
the shingles having to be replaced
Fortunately the tire was oor.fin-d to
the r. if. as the BebSSke Machine
Works had t-0,000 worth of inacliin-
,ty stored wliinu the warehouse Th,.
premlaes aro Insurisi for I'do. There
was a Hiivl supply of water, and no
difltcult) arose b controlling th. out-
break.
The Marinu is now on the way and
the Makers is to follow May io. and
tilers ths Bchedules .-nd, pending a.w.
frtim Ottawa with regard to the sab-
Nee York, April :- Richard Urofc-|sldy. Arrangements were being made
-;. th former rammanj chieftain, with the Stephens shipyard, at Un-
who sailed today on the Lositania for tbousi t i the c-onstruction of twi ...
Liverpool, said far-w-.. last night to ers rimilar to the Majeure, on. of the
manv o._ friends a*, the Uemocratir best appointed passenger lin-r. cross-
club.' His parting message to Ms ing the PacUte, but the negotiations
old-time followers was; for the conssraetioa of th.- Ue-w-
��� I'm out of politics forever.     All the *>�� been abandoned.
.. ii . | ,,...,.a i drug  me  into the gani--	
again       I'm coming lack to America   SOCIAL  GATHERING
in   Novefetber  ju-"t   after   election,   but op  SONS  OF  ENGLAND
there will be no politics in the visi
"New  York is the greatest city in
th-   *orld.       All  our  American  Cities
.in cttte-  in
ments      it
is not safe for a w.i,,n to walk _u.n..  J^-^^^^J.
in London, out you .ant say that of ye        ^ ^ '
our American dies succ.ssfully       carried
Since Crata. built several Japa ^ ,f iakl
rxKiuvs into b.* house a; Ulenca.rn
ln-iand. he has been wanting a Ja
sei \ ant.       Such   a  one   he   is
I
A pieasant social gathering wa_ _- d
| under the auspice, of the Sons of ___jg-
; iand.   Ho-*   of   Columbia   lodge,   :asi
in the
Qowaa
paaese   setvant.       such   a  one   tie.   is - .
taking  back  with  him,   having  lound , SlU'?,OR,r-''  -���*
her during his -tay at  Palm Beach.     L   \.^ ������*,
|on D'.i-mi
to   IdflOSS   r.i
prinoses Ms.   Csp
rived In DOM lasi Bl|bl '
and Northern Britl h Calsm if
Pearl   Johnson   and mi*-
;   a Murray, both living n.-nr here
were baptised and ImoiBdlateiy after-
wad, wblle standing in #atei  wai-t
deep wer,. married
m,.i-,. than J00 spectators were wtt
nessea io ths osretaony.
PLOT  TO  KILL   FRENCH
PRESIDENT  IS DISCOVERED
I
TESTS PROVE FLIES
CARRY  DISEASE GERMS
Berkeley, Cai., April W.���That out
of hundreds Of tests made in this city
not one H>  w'1"* found whose feet and
entertainment    wert-    H   Mc-
and   Mrs,   Seldom   banjo   and
C    Palgraw,    ��ong.
Miss Bowed, "ti.m..
Miss    Dorothy t_i-
St.    Crispin's  Day,"
Mr.   SmryH-i  read-
and H.
mining o-H-rsiloti-
wt,,.:,. ,,  iliiin'.'.'l   ol
***IH
CASNot   VOTE
'N NEW  BRUNSWICK
to
"WctQ.
Ibi
"*r'l"llH
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11 ��� April -tt���-A mu
vntes   in   provincial
'"I in in.- legtsta.
i in ir,
���*������������ + ++V+V+ + + +
Gci)tl Omen.
8f
!..I|., f|
.     M   I
S*. ''"I-
'Vn. Ill      Ihut
���  .1. It,
��� ���
OOI
Mlni-l'-'
K'ltiie.i by
"fcn , . ' ''""' wan mm
'!" ,.���;' ��� ' ' today an.i
"um (1| '. ion   the  rs
��>"��� _^Q . 'i  agreem int,
��� ���
iilinoilsli
men are at  work oti
InK th.- black .mui
���he
' . ...
ii wssb
Msrlyr. in Chains
London, Ai��ni   u   r+w
..ties'' sacceeded I"  v''
oilier lot.li> Of ths bou
this afternoon,   and
ch����W,0^,Uprevloua  ���
Funeral of W. G   Cross.
The   (uneial   took   pHMM     yasterttsj
under   the   BUBplOSS   Of   the   OlllUge  01
der of William CKHiid Croee, from bia
re..id. tut-, Seventh Avenue and Blghth
Sireet. to St- Paul's Reformed BplBOO
pal church, the interment being sl the
Oddfellows' cemetery.
A   short  service   was   held  at
house.  Rev.  M. MadlU officiating.
Rev. A. de B. Owen oonducied the
luBrag-ltal service,  both  at  the church
Monaco April 'J* ���A plot to ass.is
sinate President FalUeraa of Pranos
was OaS-thed here toduy, accoixiing
to the police, who have arrested one
man seotised ol i-ompllclty The im>
llce  allege tliat  when  their  prisoner
was arrastsd h- was preparing to go
to Pails to kill th,- Preaob preeMeut*,
I>>tiUU of the plot have  not  been
made public.
Back  to    Krin
(grave   reading
i from    "Henry   V
'ing. ' 11. C. and Its Beauties
Stewardson, comic.
The chairman gave an adUriss ot
welcome on behalf of the lodgr- pointing out the assistance of the society
moiuii parts w-re uot the hiding piace jt0 ihe Englishmen and Engllshwonieu
of some germs w.is the stateni-ni |-n Britlsb Columbia, and th* oppor-
I made by Prof. W. B. Herins of lhe ��� ,un|t|,,, ^K assisting each other in
ideparlmeut of medical entomology In this province. Refreshments, were
[the .uiversi'. of California in a k-*"- served subsequently. About "0 at-
U-fore a  mass  meeting  of dtt��|ttnded,   including   the   Daughters   ot
.nni; I"'" "���*���
.,- of r.>iii'''.,"!-
ra.ened
theli
selves bj
lire,   profiting   h>
paleness, wars provided  bi
.-utiiitK ImplsmsntB, and 1
,.,,,! ths chains and ' I
women from the build ni
llielll
l'he pi
ll metal-
kly s,,v-
I the i"1"
**'* + + + + + + + +
Heinie  Jumped  *���".���.
New   York.   Vpnl   ��� S1,lll(ls
,   ���  ������ up
local ma_3s
 ������-��.���        '   iv;
SLtSSe? satimTS
SSHfJi   ���    	
\l.lll
11.
mulcted of |600 i"
for hli appsarance i1
cemetery,   The paHbsaxri were
K    Dunlop.     Alexnmlei'   Qaitett,
Pop*, u.  Matthias, S, Smith, and  '
ggwyer,    AIhuii  SO  members of the
oiiler attended   under   county   master
Romance for Weeton.
St.   bOQls,   Mo.,   April  28.���It   is   reported that Edward Pnysoa Wwrtoo,
""' [the famous old pedestriatn, who is s��
"'"���   pected  to arrive here  this afternoon,
l'ur'' wll|   m��vt   his   wife,   trom   whom   he
lilul separated     42   ftnx*    SgO,     and   two
grown  children,   when   he   arrives   at
Sau Francisco, his destinaOoa,
W.
\v
Buffalo H��s $300,000 Firs.
Buffalo, N. Y , April 2S���The eleva-
It ii Patterson. .1. Etosooa wns direct tor of ^ Basted MllWni _ Elevator
in- of cen'monie-. Many beautiful l^omnany was destroyed by tire early
Rowers were sent, among iheiu being today together with -.a'.OOO bu..it-ls
nibuies fixim 1,. O. 1.. lii.ii. and lt"vl'l ,,f  grain.      Loss,    $800,000,  fully   In-
llliick   Iteceptory    .a.,   with   W IllCh
ceased wus connected
rii, funeral Arrangements were
ried out by W, K. Pules.
de
car
Burod.
Archbishop   Matheson   Made   Prima*8-
Tacoma to Advetrise.
Tnwma, April -v   Tacoma bas de-
.ided   to  spend  180.000 In  Seattle  to
advertise this C
ity
during the Aln*ka-
Wlnnlpeg, April tt,���Arobhlsbop rnkon-Padflc expoettion. of the to-
Matheson, of RunerUlattd dtooese, m tal, 115.000 has alreadj been ,';,1"na
charge of   the Anglican   Church tn Tj,e #ty haa been divided into ��"�������
districts   In   whal.   there     will   be   a
Western Canada, has baeti elected ih1-
iiuite of all  Canada.
1 house-to-house canvssa
lure
xeu>'.       lb-   most   mt-resting  exiuu.t [__ag|aad pr-sent
was that of several large cultures mail,  | 	
by allowing flies caught in various
parts of tne city to walk in Sttelllsed
gelatine The crusade against the
eOmiBOB house fly will be vigorously-
waged b> the people of the college
city-
White Wings for Winnipeg.
Winnipeg.    April    ��.���White duck
Suite  will  be  worn    this  summer  by
city employees working on the street*
The matter of equipping the employee.,
with a uniform oi this kind, which is
used In a large number or other cities, ha,- bveu und-i- discussion by the
board of control for some time and
this morulng' B definite conclusion to
adopt the s.astem was reached, lenders for supplying the suits will he
asked for.
GETS $15,000  BECAUSE
HE DID NOT MARRY
Los Angeles. Cai., Apri] W.���Because Alfred li. Wilcox, ol this city,
heeded tb. wish of his mother and Uid
not marry during her lifetime, be is
richer today by 115.110.. besides a
sl.a- ��� of $-.im*..ixm.. Mrs. Anion ia
ArgtiSHo de V.i.(ox. the young man's
n< ther wa�� . direct descendant of one
of '.h'- oldest Spanish famiih.. _h.
was a relative Of the mmoii. governor
Pio Pico. She died April 18, and the
will was probat-d yesterday. The
in-trument disposes of propertv valued  at  $2D.O,UO0.
Manitoba judges.
Ottawa.    April -S-���It is    expected
that the    vacancy on    the Manitoba i
court of appeal caused hy the resign a.
tlon of Judge Phlppan, will be ftlisd
In a f.-w days by the transfer of Judg,.
Cameron from the court of king s bench
to    tlie   court   11 appeal,   and   that j
EL A. Rotisei!   .1 Wlnnlpei lawyer, will j
be     appoint, i    in    Judge   Cameron's ;
place.
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TH E   DAILY   N B \VS.
THURSDAY
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'Vi
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
POUND.
PEAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.   ETC.
If . man  had  .old dollars to sell at fifty  cents and  did  not  let  the  people know anything about it. he would not  sell  any.       You  must tel|   the   people  what  >cu  have to sell, why the/ should   pur_i,ai
thing of the value you offer them in  return  for their money.       Too  many of us have  got  Into the habit  of thinking that because we have been a  long I " r  ,n  business everyone n-_.t  0t _
��        -���      --.      -      .- -            ~     u                --���
wares.      Use the advertis ng columns of The D.uly  News and  keep abrea ,t  of tbi   '
��� -.' 1 y   l-
WliY    REMAIN    SINGLE?    W.
find a congenial life companion
any    respectable  man    or  w<
Send stamp for  parti* iilars.    Western     1' :    ���'���������   ���������       '���    ���'~'lr-     ""X
Vanci iiver-
TO RENT���Furnished room In private
family; breakfast ii d isired .pply
Mrs.  Kin.'tt. 327 Third Btr et, near
ear  line.
WANTED.
ni   RENT���Furnished   rooms,  ���
Sei 1'inh   Btreet    and    Agn       ni ai
Carnegie  Library.
,. i. _L   il l'V    LAUNDR.,
ROY \l.
\.  :���!������ an i r.l ickle Btreet,
l-'l'l- 11"
nre   will   wash    curt.
il     pe     pair
riuui.
LIVERY   STAL.LE
REAL   ESTATE.
-S    ilill .1! I \KH  &   V
.1    11
I:
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Hi
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111
WANTED   50    MEN    FOR    TRACK   ROOM8   IN
work.     Applj   tic ���    offli ���   ���
man In < barge on From   ' '      Good
wages.     H. C   i: K  Company.    	
WA.YI ED    La   car," ati rs
work, An li rson   ^   Boddy,   Frasi r
Mills.     To]   wages to good men.
WANTED���Girl  to    assist    in  b
work.   Apply 320 Royal a ���
Sixth Btrei I
w \.\ ! illi   Men   to cut thou I
cords of wood.    Ap] Ij  E. J. Fa I
Northern Crown  Hank offlci -. v a
Westminster.
THE  PYTHIAN   BU.UK
suite,   ol     two     ' light
housi'.   pin           All    stea i    - d
with    hot  and    col I    watei gas
ran e  and    |(   tr,c   light 11 rma
.'.���     Applj   A.   H    F
nd Di
RING  l i'    .
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FOR
l  .
HACKS
:
ANI
Hi
TO RENT���One large furnl    i
room, also one small om        _erm��
reasonable      Appl)     287    V.
Sti'." t
MACHINE   WORKS.
!CHA VKE  M whim; WORK.
l.illlV. ii,    I V       New     W ���
mln '"i      Man it icturers ol n*
saw and    shli    i     mill  mactum i  .
Mill   planta  and      eclflcal
pared
to
.ANTED���Girl    fi
general    b
.')-.���-
work.
Apply in
thi
. venings,
Mrs.
W. G.
McQuarrie.
Bi
cond Btree
..nd
Fourth
avenue.
LOST.
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
THK     PEAHSON     EILECTRIC     CO.,
dealers    in    electrical    machli
fixtures and supplies, house ���-
armature  wiring,    motor  repairing,
etc.      Bank of Commerce  bull ling,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 128
1 �� .
:
EIGHTY
MONUMENTAL   WORKS.
ll   C.  MONUMENTAL WORKS   J U
McKaj. manufacturer and li
..; mopnmental tombstones, bu-ldlng
Btone, etc.    Bati    i    "ii guai inti ���
Columbia street, Ni w  Wi
i.iST    LADY'S IX1NG COAT ON OR;
near Royal Avenue, about 2 p.m. on
Wednesday      R-turn to News ottlc.
ELOCUTION.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���NEW HOUSE, AI__
modern Improvements, For particular, address A, B. N-?w_ Office.
HELEN BADGLEY. TEACHER OK
elocution, physical culture and dramatic art. Every Monday. Z to *.
p.m., Knights of' Pythias hall, or
992     Hornby   street,     Vanoouver.
'Phone   B3556.
KOK SALE���ADVERTISING SPACE
in the columns of The Daily News.
For rates apply to Advertising Department, The Daily News, P. O.
Box 29. or 'phone A22.
FOR SALE���GOOD 200-EGG 1NCU-
hator, Pet-aluma. For particulars
address B. C, News Office.
NURSERY.
THK FRA8ER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.,   Burnaby   Lake    For     health.,
honie-itr-own fruit tn-.-s pbone 446
HENRY'S   NURSERIE8
(Vrast tested seeds, tre
supplies,    etc.
road.   Vancouver,   an I
sery at South Vancou'
-    PACIFIC I
���i. plants. !" .���
u estmtnster
branch   nur- j
It     FINE     RESIDES. I \i.  I ���' '
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\     S\ VP     IN     8APPI
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III  U
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le of .
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rey,
SIXT-i    ACRES    I-l
:i> Bl      CloVel
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... .   ���
ti ration       1
one hence the prici
mark, i  price     ii iOO ( s I s   I han-
dle It, balan.      ���     me
ti I    kCRES     IMPROVED   PARM   IN
Lan.
oi        ;
balance  easy   . i Bring;   rlcb    I   �� ���
loam  ���  ;!       This is  a  bargain   st
$1"   ; ������-   a.-re   ar. 1    -'" I   ' -i   -i'?-
maker for son ���    ;-���       '
first serred."
WOODWORKING
'.'   v.- I I R        w i ml iv.
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FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
.MITY LOD
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A   ii   r   to     FRASER liODUB v i
lii ��� v.g-a tt..  ���    ta ad tl       I i< -   theh in
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rea   cordially    in rlted    I ���    1
Lodgi    ..       \  .i   U   w   ��� i     Odd
k   Clark""!.  ������!������ ���
THIS UCKS  COCKF1GHT1NU.
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOTS
when you can have 2 1-2 acres of
land 1-2 acre clean*! and planted
with fruit trees on the main Port
Moody road, 3 miles from Westminster postofflce; permanent water, for
1450, or
28 ACRES FARM LAND, 12 Cl LTl-
vated, good 7-room house and barn
on Fraser river, 600 feet deep water
frontage, wharf on property, 4 miles
from Westminster; close to railway
trackage, stores, *.ost office, etc.,
for 11500 cash; balance 3 yeans, or
$6500, or
25 ACRES PARTLY CULTIVATED
ino house) 40.i feet water frontage,
Ti miles from Westminster, for $3000
cash.
160 ACRES AT WHONNOCK, GOOD
house and orchard w.th 70 bearing
fruit tress, all sorts; barn an-i stable, 20 acres cultivated, 2 cr.e_s,
running through property; no better soil in British Columbia, near
school, stores, etc.. within 3 miles
of boat landing and railway station.
Cook & Ross, opposite Market, Now
Westminster;   phone  A4.9.
FANCY   POULTRY.   EGGS.   ETC^
ARTHUR    O'CONNOR.       POULTRY
breeder,  1049  Bleventb street,  ana
Sixth avenue, New We-tmlns-'-r, P
O. Box 42,5. Pure-bred Cockerels for
sale. Barred Rocks, White, Browa
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; escs n>r
hatching. Write your requirements.
KGOS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per sitting of 13. Han- Voglsang. poultry
expert, 936 Keefer street, Vancou
ver, B   C.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. 1 MERRY & CO., PHONE AWL
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
streets Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for sale      Reference furnished
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON  ft  AYLINO,  FISH.  FRUIT,
Game. Vegeta les, etc.     Bei.",..
opp, Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
PAPER
I
HANGING   A   DECORATING.
WHITE.   SHILES   .   '""
HUDSON, WALL PAPER. H<X >M
Moulding---, Burlap- and Banltas;
bouse pslntlng, kalsomlnlng, pap.-:
hantnnK and decorating, Sixth
street, New Westminster.
R.-ai !���: tats si I Ins it tin ������
City, farm an.; sue.- ���
260 Oolumbts street
Age!
property,
COURT BRUNETTE No   40M   VO.Y
Meets tbe fourth   Prida-     a   th-
nth   at     |   o'clock    ri   '���      -.mall
���   (fellows' blm-k
hi
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLKYS        PICTURE        P08T
cards   are   on   sav     at   M    More]
Stationery   S:or.'.  .1   G    Galium s Vi-
Kar divan, F. MSCkensle'a drUR storv
and "The Fair.' Columbia street
I PRINTERS.
jWE8TMINQ.au, I'lii.*'. KoK EVKhv
k:nd of job prlntln-;. beet work,
reasonable prices; Pbone or., P 0
box  142      old  Dally  News   ���   ���
Sixth sir	
II -LE BROS & v.i . LTD REAL r^*-
tate ani Insurance Phon.- U_ IM
Oolnmbl.   ���-��� ��� ���   P. 0 draw-r lft"
ABBOTT t H. DE,   '���'  H  I
M in.u:ti      It'.i        'ate.
loans, notarl.-s  publli    oonvwys    ���
I it Co imbia      ��� ���     P  0   Bos 24."
Pbone 321
FRATERNAL  ORDER   OF   KAliM*,
\. ne  n M-i v , v. ��� ,   ;   ......
��� rtalag at I ; ��� \a tl lanim
hall. i*..lumbla street A Clark w
I".-      H   RcboReid.  *mct*lAt)
THK   ROYAL    fl HPl-AKS   OF   TKM
; ��� ��� it.. ���   in.-t   SVery   W.-dn.-��d��.,   at
I p m    in OddfeLlOW*1 hall. Coaimtiis
strr-- ���:
Mlltoi f
taoe, jSONfl OF lOOTLAND -JCNEPIT AH-
aoristloa I/��-r.! of th- !������.<-��� I amp
1$J     Meets  "*    lbs   t\r.'.     and   third
Toeedsj of every month la K if P
ball ��� '   W   Sun.--- al I
o|
rii oo "ti ' ���
be held si
rily  on   w   Id
ill)   t.   i'     it   !'i
���asa
Any    ;-
against ���_������ ���   ���       ������ ������
writing to te Ued ��
at Ua.t neren daj -
uttt'.r.g Of the 08 if.
w   A  DUN   .v
on. '
City  Rail,  April  7   lV^*
TENOEH.  WASTED
SETTL-CRS' ASSOt IA1 ON OF B   C
���P. B   Browi i. er, P   0, B->x
556    phon,-      i
PROFESSIONAL.
FOR SALE���10 acre*, 4 nearly ready
for plow;   6-room  hoi.:--,    Ial le, etc.,
a bargain, $2250 cash;  or $2350 on i
time. W. G. Tanner. Hammond. B. C. |
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.    I
C. HAMBER, ACOUNTANT AND
Auditor. Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room ll, Otiichon block, New
Westminster.     P. O  Box 795
ARCHITECTS.
W.   K.
Dealer
corner
Phone
FALES,    THK
I'pholsterer an
Ignee and McE
176, nl-ht call
FURNITI RE
i Undertaker,
x-nzie streets
GROCERY.
W.  D. GOODFELLOW. ARCHITEI  i,
Room  14. Dominion  Trust, block.
E3DWIN G   W.  SAIT. ARCHITEi  I
Guichon  Block.    Telephone  338
FOR THK BEST VALUH IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386 The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. B'>x 111.
HOME   MANUFACTURE.
Mit.S.   RUNACRES,   216   SIXTH   Sl .
opp.    Queen's    Avenue      Cbur.
Home msde sausages and roll .
.:. ,   . Te.
WADE, WHF.ALLKR _ MK.IAKR1K
ip. C Wad-. K. i' A Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, narri--
ters, etc., 12 Lome street, ..;,.-o��ite
courthouse, Ne* Wesuninstei
i Phone 143). and the Vancouver of
Bee Is at No .*,, Royal B.uik Cham-
bers, 408 Hastings Street wi  ���
OEORGE K MARTIN. BARRI8TER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Oo-
lumbla    and    McKenrie  Bta.,  New
Westminster,  B.  C
W.      MYERS    GRAY.     BARRIST-R
Solicitor and Notary Pnbiie.    <   I
block, Clarkson street, Opposite ths
Court House,     p. 0. Bos IM.   Telephone ci
RESTAURANTS.
ROOM   HOUSE
electric II
. in   EIGHTH   m
i Ess. tanas
1   ACRE   IN   BURNABY   CLOSE  To
car line; 16 minutes trom city  *��� "
'i   o   f    ROYAL    CITY    !/'!��.K
No        Masts   In   Od Ifi     *��*    h��n
Coltunfa a sli :    k.  i . ���  seen
lng a;   ���        l.wk     VteNlag  Brwtbmi
wlll be made welcauie ��.   ;   IH
N   g    c   i". ' ������ - ���  ���    P '���   "
Ins ��*v-re'ary
M. -DAM  I   IRW.N, OOLUMB1 ���> ST.
..,., ������ .-,    tifi      pi   ���  :'.��� ���      H"x   174;
pnon.-  4"i ll     .'  I  ll
anc��', money      loan     Can and sos
oar list ol '    '   iti.i : *t:i
prop. ��� basing     e| .-- |
wh.-:.- I
v. i:   . v-     (Fl EEUNO   \  HOUSE AND
tol     ��� ..��� n te   -ind
Two ftl        eel    '���������   $1600       Small
...   . ��� on p., irtb street, onl.
$600 in   the   W"h:
Knd, $2625      One       "    the aew
���   a   Fo irti entfa il    J100   Term* I
renders wil]
d.-ralitn-d  tip    to  MOBde.       *.
IM9,   I'r  v.-  ii .,���; ���    i I   I
' gl.lod    .'      .����� '
i fo ��� slag t.i-1
' lnrhr��.  ivi laches It   y         *��� :
Incbea;  ��l"o fo. ,  ���    I      . ���''
js_id   .ixi ��     With I
FRATERNAI      SOCICTIEM
���   Lodge, No   8   a   to ba Kiv-n
A   M   Kir.K Bolomoa Lodge.|Jonetloaa
'������'.  , ���        '��� '
OTHER
1*
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NO     11 .0;
s i; perton N     1681   I   0
F    Ooari w eetn lastet
tin ��� r ���������-..   n. a- s.
t an.i
I.  0   I.
\     M I.    O    I.
No   1   '���
u the        I   si
SECOND HAND   STORE
WK   BUY    AND
and   all   kinds
��� tnd   ' ���"���'���*
ofloe,
BELL FURNITI RE
of n.-w and second
\   Sp'" k    near  1 ra':,
BOARD    Of     -R IDE    NEW  \-. K��1
mlnsti r im-.! of Trade meets la <ne
I City   Hal!.  a��  f"! "����
Thi- ;   I .,- ���! |    tti   ��� -.. h   Boats
i . u ��� ��� ��� ��� ting    o:i   ",,"    tnira
Tbaradaj of Fabmary, Ma.   Aagust
arid   Novembei     it   |   ; i:. \nn.i��l
meeiin.    oo ':-.. third Thara i .   oi
Febmary     New-  members  DM.   ba
proposed and .t.-rt.-d nt any month
ly or    quarterly    DMwtlng      f   h
St iat ��� v. ,�����!���   ... v . ;.irj
JEWELRY.
SELLING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of high-grade watches and Jewelry
by auction.      Sales each day,  _   10
and 7:30 p.m.      Horace IKir'-r.
KENNY S RESTAURANT    <_    CAFE OALVIN,
Tlck'is,  21   meals  for  H       Horns     lorlni;
cooking  All white cooks; no Orion-     (ng jusi
tai labor employed     Open day sad
nlghi       Opposite tram  Offli ���-.
ROYAL CAFE  i Mr-    Vrcbei. pToprie-
tress).     Pour i oui ������ a, cons  ting of
soup,  fish,  boiled  entree or  roast,
pudding or pie, tea, ooffes or m'lk.
In-, an I repalrli
phone Pi:."
TVLORS.
LADIES' AND MEN 8 TAI
A n.-w line Of ��;>rtng eutt-
In.     Button '  iking, press
n sixth street
AUCTION   SALE.
OCR  SALE  TODAY   OF  JEWELRY
2:30 p.m. and  7:30 p.m.      Horace
Dorer, jeweler.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.  N.   DRAPER,  B.  C
���veyir.       El ard   block,
minster, B. C,
HAND   SUR
New    v, e t
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRIIING
FREEMAN     HINTING,    room    I I.
��� ��� Ji ' "ii block.      P   0   I'.nx 894
Cl STOM       STENOGRAPH,        \.\h
Typewriting;  copj    w.,rk,      iin<   i
letters,    etc
lumbla  stn���> i
Pro\ incs
Phone lil
c-fflc-. Co-
THEATRES.
wesi mins i Kit    OPERA      HOI SE
Lone Btr  W  N  Cart;   manager
Special > tractions provided during
ths eason, \ ��� am a ticket offlce,
Ryall's Drug Store
THK t DI80N   i hi: VTRE,    CORNER
Columbia  end   I Igbtb      Hlgb
moving  pli ton istrated    ongs
Pi ���.. hanged  Mood ty, to edni s
laj   and  Frld.i.
May Day Sale
CHILDREN'S   AND   LADIES'
Hats and Millinery
THE   LATEST   STYLES  ALL   GOING
AT  A   REDUCED  PRICE.
plans <-<   s ���       i ��;
ri-r    eagti ��� ��� ��� ' ,��ea
ked '
��� each   land- r      v
onin I for crushed io
Bred       i end. rs ai
po    ���   '
- -. ���
Iflcatloas   '
r a s rsn b<> s
offlre
lowfe     ���   l
accept'.I
w
The
sarily
���\ il
City Hall    \; -11  11
'
Connor and McQuarrie!
Ml  COLUMBIA  STREET
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water
Manufactured   1'
J. HENLEY
NEW   WISfMINSTI H   B. C.
Td. phone  13. Off I -   I
Westminster1.   Heme  P.iP��r-
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVIRTIM
IN
THE        DAILY NEV
Oaoaoao*oac^oo*oarMia.-^r^ooa_^o*oa_^
PIVE ACRES
ON SIXTH STREET CAR LINE, ALL CULTI
VATED AND PLANTED IN ASSORTED FRUITS
GOOD HOUSE AND OUT BUILDINGS THIS IS A
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY EITHER FOR SUBDIVID
ING OR FOR A SUBURBAN HOME. PRICE $10,500.
REASONABLE TERM8.
Big Territory Is
Added to Dominion
(Continued trom Page On   I
Dominion Trust Co.
lie country i. now timbered, but Hi>��'e
ll li   are,is  hav,-     Ix.-on     cha.'. 'I     and
anted to    wheat, oat.-n   and  barley,
Ith  M-milty  which, surprise,) the  Do
tnlnlon and provincial agricultural detriments.     Frank  Moberly, .,,,, or shipped~��u. by Prince Ruperfto"ofl-ii
Igators   wi.)   report!      to pets wm,    ManchurUn and Siberian
grain on ii* pacific,
and   bul tam lv    : || ir J   d StUgs
is evi ���  i whi ii the moss '��
removed, snd the iand is easily
cleared the ���. -.- roots belni largelj cm
ths ��� irfac.
Will   Be   Wheat   Country.
i le i.   ire    unmci  frolts ."'tl will
be until   Mv  land  Is Oil ar.il add  cult!-
rated, bul it will ki"w nrn�� cm-s,
potatoes and such crops, and In llmo
win develop into u wheat Kf<,wi"K
oountrj .md w-.li furnish tralUc for
th.. transcontinental sea tern  section,
wb.-n the wheat along the Grand
Trunk   Pacific In  th.-    w.-nt Is  bein-.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
the   Investigators   who
an Interesting series of experiments
regarding the .oil fertility ���. u,. new ������(.,.- 0, mrtl(. , .,.,,,,, ,,,,, HU11(. |lH
country Moberly sp-nt lour yearn Houthern Manlio a but Ix-inj- well
^a the day belt of northern Ontario sheltered by tb, for'., is *,. do uot ..���<������
1 "-.uebiic. |thrf OOld   v-ry   much.      The   Hiiowfall
varlsa from :i t�� :, r..., ibiH year bein^
BEES   IN   CITY   BLOCK.
"This country la generally a pretty
level clay and clay loam country," hs  about   I feet"
reported,  "very  little  rock   BhdWtng ex-
o+cj+c-mynr^+n+rr+r+rmn+r+nnn nmr-m^m, ' "''' aIon* ''"-' m^a height of land and
Liwuwuwowtj^oaooacaoaowo*oao O*O*O*O*0t0*OO*0*0*O*O*O*C    ";"" "r !l"- iak'' B-wrsw.    'Hie banks
i  of the riveri are generally ..r a rood
height and WOOded With poplar      The ,Colony   H**   Be'!n   Storing   Honsy   In
���������.unl lull, away Into .pi inv    wamps Chatham', Timepiece.
for a distance and then rises gradually     flliatbam, April ::���.    The Interior of
to a possible loo foot or so io a dl Chatham's city clock I   reported io be
.i.|.   before reaching the nev stream inhabited  by ���  swarm of bee      Ths
/alley,      The   Umber  la  general)-,   a (...i0���y },.,v,. ,,,, n .,, .  ,mMHMlIur ,���,���
lack spruce, not very large    ut along oyjftlnce tl ocl   wa    ie   un over a
���   river banks and ridges li U com. yar ago.   The Qi i waa made by ths
���  ed of poplar, white   prui , offltilal  clock   repalrei   while  recently
I Ine, birch, of (air slse, tamsrac al work.
FDR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
NOTICE.
GET YOUR SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor Hotel   BIoc'k,  P. O.   Box  644,
New  Westminstei.
' '      ring of runs, umbrellas, i    .
���' '' ��� '. light automatic m.
ry and    cycle* a specialty.
Alex. Speck
IColumb
-Man on tb ���  V\
New Westminster  District.
District of New Westminster.
Take   notice,   that   Harriet   Ford,   of
imii Meadows, B, <".. oocupatlon ____���
ried lady, Intends to "lip'y for pet mission  to    parobtSS    thS    following di-
Com��snela| H
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Jonth 10 ohalM. tbanc
more or  I  10 AP***-
fhsnos northsrly along �����
,|,e  point  of  ���"'���'w'nl
im? 160 aorta '"""' "r h'*'
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Good Health.
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The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Beef, Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and .hipped from the
Prairie Provinees under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
S O L D   13 Y .
The Reichenbach Company
[(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New,Westminster
PHONE 101.
ll_LSprin8 Gooj8 for Spring Cleaning
N�� and Gentlemen
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m ���i*, kav�� lap.  m   Bap��
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T. J. TRAPP & CO.
*nd    Vclnn.��    StS.
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���^er Goods
jVll; ,JUST   ^MIVED.
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FLOUR !      FLOUR !
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Terminal
McQuarrie &Co.I-l
(fLOUR AN" FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT  STREET
New Westminster.
Telephone MS.
CAPITALS LOOK j
GOOD ON PAPER
Regina Dopis,  Right When
He Si      ���������      Minto Cup
Game. Will Be Toughest 1
S nee Mug Came West.
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with ths cl<
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Barley Bread
*    sweet   and   of    deiicious
flavor���different   from   all   other
breads.    The  reason:1    Because
tarley   from   which   Barley
F'Our is rrade has gone though
a    process   which    takes    three
fays;   this  proce.-  change?  ter,
per cent of the starch into grape
sugar���or,   in   other  words,  pre
digests that part of it. and also
"s the  remainder very easy
-.-ed.  we hav sp-nt $o0.C0_
-    machinery   and   buildings   to
**. th.s. and believe  it will  pay.
We know it will pay you to use
Parley    Bread.       A.t.    M.vk    4
Or   Gardhouse   for  a   loaf
s^gggg i      Barley Flour.
W��   pu:   this   up   in   tpl
Recipes for br-^d. scones, ,te.,   n each sac-      we
GUARANTEE   THIS   FLOUR.
Barley Flakes.
Our latest Br-Skfast Food.    The baH.y   gee.   through   the   sai
'      flour.    Watch this space  for I ' those who   X
'   ' '   ��v*fl ot Indigestion and constipation throug. thee.   +
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grocer  for  a   tO-pound sack of flour also for package Ba- ���     %
Flskes,  15c.    Cook  Flai--e. 30 minutes without    - ���
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French   Congratulations.
Paris    _pi    . ���    !-!���'��� Pal l< 1 -
of France toda) ���     -1.-.   uf
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GLEES   SUPPORTS
THE   SUFFRAGETTE.
1 . ���       "".��� '-.   1 ���
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th^ Interna Somen's    *���
\   ��� *  Hall    last   -
��� ...
tsloo "i mon   *    :���.
en representing si   pro-
... ted
inlma ��� I - ne daring
the evening, nnd Speeches �� -. 1
by Mrs 1 1 Chapman Catt, ot New
Yorli .'.-. I K- ������. Ann. Sl iw M -
I ��������� announced that thi Queen ol
V >i b sei    ���-' ��� ��� tings to tup con-
gr sa,    This  was th-*1 first Ume saw
Mrs Catt thai a queen had ever sent
���:nc>  tn  ;i   WOE-Sn's  siff:.i_.   ion-
Vl-Uti   ���
CANADA  WOULD BE
HIT  BY   NEW  TARIFF
Chris.iani Massacred.
I     '���>��� l.v .non.   Apri)   W
��� ,f si tttered Hli lies In the *iia>��� ��� ol
\v-j-, ��.... ...    scenes ol massacres
of ChrisUsna tod ���> Bh_ II ia believed
thai tbOuaBdda werp klli��d
Kasaba In nflnnip and 1 i- reported
'th,. MoiUm- hsve killvd nonr'i every
[Christiaji there      ,tt<��\.r.ii irranclscaa
iminks  nnd   a   family  Of   lt.lt.n   mis-  aski-d   What     would     be
islonaries are ���< ported    to have been  StatP-' probable atttitud
���v   ,niv foreigners who escaped
London.
yi'S'.-r..la>.
A]>rl 28.���ln the commons
Mr.  F.   E.   Smith.   K    L ,
the   united
oWa^.d Canada under a ction 4 of the Payne Tariff  bill, and  also whether thin section
An uqiy Report. would fcubject Canadian goods to the
London,    April    ll ���One    honored maxlmam 1'nitt. states tariff, unless
Protestant mlaatonnries were kllWd bj Canada trranted the Unked States the
',fan.iticni  Moslems  in  the Adana  di- Intermediate Canadian tariff.
.-I. ���  aceording to coosulsi despatches     sir Edward Grey's reply was that
received here today the Foreign office here Interprets s"c-
Wsrned 'hat they were to he mas- (Ion I of the Payne Tariff bill ttTmean
sacred, the missions, s tn... felnge that Canada will fall under ths United
in .1 ' 11 h The rlotera di-rover-d S;;it"s maxitnutn tariff unless she
I    Burronndlng   the bnlRHng grants la the United Btates the inter-
MONEY SAVED IS
MONEY EARNED
A  ���. -        .  mt in  this  Lank is
1 - com
��� and is n
tlmi   -.��� ���-..  a  di  it     1 ���*���, at b       -���
tiade
wl r ociations will
find   11 to    have    surplus
funds  in lags  account,  sut'ject
to the control of two or more officers,
Its   ,1   good   ilea���try   it
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER $50,000,000
New   Westminster.   B.   C.   Branch.
F   B. Lyle, Manager
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
mediate tariff snd
given to Pi ���
nl! the conc-islon-"
the)   made   . concerted rush and over-
. rered  tbe lam itee.      1 be    ehurefi
�� .-  t.tirni\l to the ground, and  all of
tl    mlssM&artes murder"!
Missions Threatened.
..nntn.i.    \vll     :'>>      l'he     wave   Ot '
iseacrea i-   -weeping eastward from
\.lana today mid everv mission centre
n   UlB Minor I- In ilang;er of   'Xttnc- 1
;i..i       Terrible condlttonl prevail an.l
i_ni._s T.Hips are dispstchsd to ttu in-1
������1.1   a| oni'i   I'lindnds of thousand-*.
, .  ix'rsons will be murdered. j
1 h,. st����dy ISCT-BSS of the rioting is ,
reusing gre.it  fear fo-  Kuropean  and]
\uierican resMenta of -As'a Minor, Up
to tM* tim-*- they hnve 'eon con-Hterc.. j
is oompanttlvely safe,  but  the s-ttna-
.tlon   I.   rapWly     reachlnR    the  point
where no one can b.- said to be Immune.
The rising in Asia Minor is bei eved 'including such well known artists .is
;.. be certain Indication that the Ot- |Roas Snow, FredJ. Nice, Maurice Hoi
toman .miilrr- will soon be Involved den, Carrie. Ma..'" Lots VrOnmam
ia civil war. 'May llouton. Adele Archer. Rose Mm
  ray. Eleanor Waring, and othei���., with.
Trouble in Asia- U  vast  conixmrse of  beautiful    show
Constantinople,     April      _8.--Bfty  gir|s anii bewitching choristers.   Sa.11-
Tnrklsh offlcors have been are<ted at|ety, co-siunns and aleetrtsal affects ol
'Krezrum   by   their    troops    and   dis- lt__e utmo6t splendor.
patched fflBder   eseort    to Trebtsond. IA      MULTITUDE    OF    EMPHATIC
.I'li,. signiftcance of this action is not | S0NG  HITS
''y.-i   cliHir,    but  it  is    ivircil that  it (whistled and hummed e*��rywhere. Did
means  the  hoginnlng of a  revolt   of  vou pvei.  |lva,     u,tln  Qq^h  ��� 'Ignsle,
the     provincial    troops    against   thw  "Banttrtfm i-..ul . f Uon Hon,"   "Moon
11 Young   Turk officers, Moon, M.ion      Queen of My DieaiTiB."
[���tc?     The.  will linge%ln your mem-
FRIDAY, MAY 7.
MERRIEST OF ALU MUSICAL FAN
TASlES.
\k Giflt-ilfreci Man
Vtim, Vum, it'�� great.   Yum, Yum. it's
great.
sixty-two in the matchless company,
Re the north portion 17 by 5 Chains
(S 1 _ acres) cf subdivision 12 and
the north portion 10 by chains (5
acres), of subdivision V, of Uot 79,
Group 1 map .1'ti. New Westminster
district.
V, hereas  proof of the loss ol certificate of title number 27-OF, issued in
the came-, of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
.Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
. bas _. - n filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I .Bail,
i at the expiration of on? month from
the tJate cf the flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
th�� city of New Westminster, issue
a dupticst. of the =aid certificate, unless in the meantime va'id objection
be made to me in writing,
C   8. KEITH.
r.F*T!ct Registrar of Titles
Und   Reiristry   Office,   New   Westminster, B   C, March 22, 1909.
11    Lew .rot-.H-rs. .ownto, will **nd vou ory.
ifttt-  a  cake   of   their   famous  Plan loi      A
lifiee  a  cake   of   thin   ta��i<>"s   j-"***'.'"      A m.dli \ nf Mirth. M. lody and Mat;
toilet  soap, if  you mention this paper,  nifloence
CANADIAN PAQIFIC
ATLANTIC  STlftM'-Hif .
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You will find it to your ndvantago
tb arrange your booking at this office,
lng for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empresn  of   Britain    May 21
Empress  of  Ireland June 4
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
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THURSDAY.
APRIL 29,
1909.
CANADA'S
PROSPERITY.
and that they have many demands tor
public Improvements to meet, it is noi
proposed to Increase taxation In any
way. hut rather to adopt a pollc. ol
judicious curtailment In expenditure
We believe this policy will commi n I
itself to every  wis,   Canadian.
to $1,000 in this city tli,- saloon men
are making all kinds of objections
The saloon men claim thai liquors are
sold iu bouses uptown and elsewhere
without licenses, and that th ��� saloon
a:, ii.l.i responsible tor the criminal
s< ��� ���  re ul.
SALOON   MEN   OBJECT  TO
HIGHER   LICENSE  PLAN
Belllngham, April 28.���Aa a result of
the Introduction in the eouncil last
niuhi of .in ordinance providing ror
raising  the  liquor  license  trom  $-00
Ayrshire Bulls
FOR SALE. YOUNG STOCK, DIF
FERENT AGES: ALSO FEMALE
CALVES.       ADDRESS,
W.   R.   AUSTIN,
Westminster Junction,  B. C
West tnd Snaps
I  have  two cheap  buys  In  the  West   End  of  the  city,   which  _,,   _���.,,.
nice turnover within the  next few months:
No.  1���Two  lots  on  Twentieth   Btreet,  above   Eighth   avenue.       , ,.,��� ..,,.,
the  balance  In  six  months.
No.   2���Three   lots,   66x13_, on  T"'     a.' mo.  between   Ei_hlh  .��� ,j   Tr..       .
for $650 cash.
List your property wth me and I  w   I endeavor to find you pur.has.rs.
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PHONE     97    WHEN   YOU    WANT
i, j.. a matter for congratulation
thai at a time when every grea nation la Buffering, In a greater or h's*
degree, from depression In trad.- and
the tightness ol money, with consequent deficits in their national exchequers, Canada le enjoying a comfortable prosperity and ber Minister of Fl
nan.-e has the satisfaction of Introducing a budgel which reveals a surplus of one and a half millions, ln
Croat Britain the Cham < lo. i
Exchequer has to provid. tor a detlcll
ihat Is alims; startling iii amount;
the German i hancellor is In a rerj
similar pos tlon and muai de\ I i
Imposts upon a people alreadj taxed
to a burdensome extent; Ln the Uniti '. Stati - the Exchequei I>- partment
i- agaged in devising a new tarifl
to meet the deficli tuai bi ���
to arise during the cnrri nl Can-
ada is tlie:'. fore In the proud ;��� ��ltion
ol being able to furnish a comparison
in matters of national .nan e that _
highly gratifying.
The surplus thai Hon. Mr. ..elding
wa. able to announce io tho House
of Commons is a thoroughly legitimate
one. lt .s the balance between the
ordinary revenue of the financial year
ending March 31, which amounted to
$84,500,000, and the ordinary expenditure, which totalled $83,000,0.0.
True, this is not such a great surplus
as that of the previous fiscal year,
���which reached $19,413,154, but when
it Ls con.idervd that the whole world
ha* be_n passing through a period Ol
stringency and slackness, and that
even th. Dominion of Canada ha.s had
to bear some share in this misfortune.
to the extent of eleven and a hall
millions shrinkage in revenue, the result is. at least, one that we may be
thankful for.
The capita] expenditure for the year
reached a total of $19,224,000, of which
$32,000,000 was on account of the
National Transcontinental Rallwaj
and the Quebec bridge de t. Tli.-re
has been added to the public debt In
this way $46,029,000, and it Is this circumstance that our Tory friends are |
handling with their usual unscrupulous adroitness in order to induce tne
public to believe that the L beral Government has been wasteful and extravagant, and that the year', operation,
show a deficit. But the mo t or Una;-;.
individual acquainted with busin Ba
affairs wil] recognize the fallacy or
the Tory BOphl try. fh- people Ol
this great country will also, we be-
lieve, acknowledge that the 1212,449.-
000 apent on capital account during
the twelve years of Liberal adminis-
'r.-.ion. has produced vast permanent
advantages to the Dominion in the
shape of vai;:. le -anal works, river
and harbor improvements, and a great
railway undertaking. The last nam-d
will or*-n up an immense track or
country from seaboard to seaboard
and will result in the peopling and
cultivating of an Immense area that
is at present virtually a wilderness;
thereby adding mate-ally to the coun-
try's natural resources. As -he Finance Minister remarked In his budget
speech, ti,.- expenditure of tblrty-two
millions might hav. bei n avoided by-
following tlie Conservative re�� ent
in the cane ol the O. P. Ft., and giving a vast, land grant If a .] Mr.
Fielding, the Government had wen
willing to give tbe 'Irand Trunk Paci-
fir., twen y-fivc million aero,, of land
in th.- west, a Bcheme could have
i . ed whieh would not have added I
a dollar to the debt They, bOWi .'��� :
preferred to finance this great railway
undertaking with cash, feeling oertsln
that at no distant period thla will become au Interest bearing asset, and !
will practically wipe " U v ���! bt srWch 1
Us cost represents.
Notwithstanding the   faoi that thi ,
Governmen;  may have to face a revenue not much Increased above that I
of  Up-   fiscal   year just   chH   U,   Io,   at
present there are no signs that tbe fl- j
nancla] cloud    which    overhangs the
world will b<  lifted In tin- near future, |
"GET THE HABIT" |
Japanese TeaJPots
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SPECIAL TODAY
(to clear),
15c
KACH,
The  Pair
210 Columbia Street.
\\Y buy for cash and sell for the saini.
groceries     J. J. JOHNSTON
B. C cream, large can �� for 25. t nmW W      mmW *m      -_w   -��-��� -     -V���s-- .    -j
Si Charles .ve..;.:. large can, 1 for_��c dupont block, Columbia street.
Jersey cream, large can, 2 tor ... 2_c
Milk i Blue Ribbon), per can  10c
Assorted jams, regular price 25c toi      ���.��� ~~
3for     :__! 5��c The Model Bakery
COR.  FOURTH   AVE. <_  SECOND  ST
BUTTER.   EGGS,  and   NO.   1    POTA
TOES  AT  LOWEST  PRICcS.
Adams&Deans
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'Phone    '
May Day Bargains
IN
MOORE'S MAY MILLINERY
Children's Hats and  Ladies' Hats
Boys' Soft Front Shirts
1__ to 14 size, prices C0c to 90c,
.KOM
$1.25
ip
Moore's Millinery
THE   FASHIONABLE   EMPORIUM   OPPOSITE  POSTOF. ICE
THK HlilHT
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PHILLIPS
Tiff. WARDROBE CLOTH]
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THE STORE FOR
Children's Shoes
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ASK  FOR
"I .STRUCTOR"
SHOES
We make Children's Shoes a leading feature of our business, and we are better
equipped for shoeing children correctly than any other
shoe store in the country. In Girls' and Misses' Shoes
we have all the new style leathers in Patent Kid, Colt,
Calf and Vici. Tans if you prefer. For Little Men we
carry all   the ''Maxinish'' styles  in all good  leathers.
SEE  OUR  NEW  L '-I
OF CHILDREN _
"NATURE
SHAPED"
SHOES
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Children's
Shoes
Black   low
75c to $1.35.
shoes,   ah     ��i_es.
Chocolate   Ties   and   low   cut
shoes,   90c   to  $1.50  pair
Patent      leather     slippers   for
children,  75c  to $1.50
Misses'
Shoes
Misses'   black     blucher   cut   oxfords,  $1.    i  to $2.00
Misses' chocolate kid oxfords,
tl.75 pair.
Misses'
pair.
white     shoes,     $1.25
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SOME SPE.CIAI S
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V- earnestly cai mtionl        under-
������ I   lines       Ther<   . ���     i rgains   in   Table
id Napkins toda] I .   occur at  very
;,.���    >eri ' v.    Som<    M      :. ns are practically
Half Price.
Half Bleached
Table Linen for
30c Per Yard
w.Or     a      r>u  .    HSBM
r  vj"fc +nnigi*n      Wr>
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Pure Bleach
Damask at
45c Per Yard
��� rt r   assign.
'    eg of   gfess -e
>    - ., r> _ - .- ti  seen   ���
-    ��no    *f��.   wr .
'���   IALI   AT 4*--   YARD
Hemmed
Breakfast Cloths
at $1.25 Each
���
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tlotri
'��     long   by   66     Inches
i " "ear y   two   yards     square.
smmed   ready   tor   y��e   *"d
of     very   durabl.   damaa->
'"'  ��� rfr.cts   ar.     var.cd   snd
I   Whits   bleach.
I   FOR  $1.25   EACH
13.75 Hemmed
Damask Table
Cloths for $2.25
*'" -  >��-d. by 2 1 2 yards.      Heavy
rK__li__nl,h*d    >"��'-c'riitd    damask;
��""<*"*.   ftor.ii   effect   with   border
n,h�� '"J- sides.
REGULAR   $3.75   pQR   $_._���_.
$5.00 Table Sets
for $3,75
-    *��u*<J  ,    s*��r~��      .--edib .     that    we
'���'    ���* Table   ��.     tr,.     ��_   low   a
.p."*   tw-   M   Is   *~u.   nrv.rth.less       Set
consist, sl nn�� tint ��ai -   finisher -able
.-i-di   lona    wth   1��   napkins
U  mat.-*.        It  ,, a mi-vr   at the  pHOS
" I  *��������������� ���   Hilt llm  is. thonoua* -���
c-r re'-daMr    mr    w     gttaeBMSkS    '���-    It
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"tGUi*   _.'. ,V   POfi  M.7I   THE   SET
Final Clearance
of Our Best
Table Cloths
*\, fcava _$ tab '      th�� of the b J*
set  grsSi   Irish  double    damask
nee   m-i   sup*--   c.':   t)    I *.-.   r. *a
g-aas bra,- T .ir ��� r^hj t��tl rrgu
ar > Per $" M and $0 00 eat1*- Th_y
ar�� ,,.. t l_rhtl) ��-- ed ��n<i as a .on-
��*<3_��nc�� cjinct be ��.- .1 at full va'ue.
To eff.l a .peed* i BSreecs *"_ tn
..--   ��r.-aif    ni    :-te^en    -   ,-_     ��t.-e_
ws will sell    the., sjieehs   'or m+XA
r      h     i.lui    *    at   half   pr.re      T1- ��   is
a     ,  -    ���TCC r>lu "ity praraflt    _\    it        Cloths
bn   ."   ' ...  1   and  -1   1-2  vara,   i.ng
OS    SALE    AT   $-4 00   EACH
A Clearance of
Table Napkins
8 desee u-rt unhsmmed   �� :e MrM
REGULAR  $100  FOR  Sfe   DOZEN
In   11     different     de.g"<      1)1   sire,
���DlSfldld   wearing   qual't)
Regular $1 "n
ON   SALE   AT  |tJ_   DOZEN.
$5.00 Table
Napkins for
$3.50 Per Dozen
About .0 .'"Ten In broken lines, most
of them In half dci.ns. The regular
pricen were 164)0 and $S.ri0, bul at w.
-,,nt to g��l nd of them, we will elesr
the line out at HJO per doien.
T. H. SMITH
^quarters for Women'.s Ready -toWear
City News
SEE
THE   NEW   GOOD<    *?��' ,
'WE   DEFY  COMPETi f      ���
to BD-
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.ASS    GOODS     IN     STOCK.
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House Furnisher and Undertaker
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May Day
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WITH YOLlp CHILDREN, SEND
THEV TO OUR STORE AND WE
WILL SEE THAT THEY ARE F '
TED CORRECTLY.
Our  Stock  of   Children's
Shoes is Complete*
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6L'R   CANVAS   SHOES   ARE   HERE
PRICES   RANGING   FROM   ����� -.   TO
$4.0.      SIZES FROM < IV  'VFANTS'
TO  7   IN   WOMEN'S
REMEMBER   THE   PLACE
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SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man.
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I- ASK  YOUR GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
A", see that you g�� ft,
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED.
Tor Wheat.   Barley.  Oats,  Chops,   Chicken   Faed.   Bran.   Shorts.   Hay,
etc , ask u*.      We  will  see that   you   get   it   promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335. 186 COLUMBIA  STREET. p. o   Drawer 100.
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Eastman's
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
Agents
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORC
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters for  Spectacles f'Om  50
just mum
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,
Cents up.
229 COLUMBIA ST.
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CLASSED AS A EAKE
APPLELAND
Ministers and Medical Men
Will Unite in Fighting
Spread of Cult
CROQUET     SETS.     $2.00       IO
$10.00.   AT
Morey's.
LACROSSE    STICKS,
$4.00.   AT
35c    TO
Morey's.
BASEBALLS.
10c
AT
TO     $1.50.
MOREY'S
6i.5 Colum.ia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C
ELEVEN  ITALIANS DIE IN
EXPLOSION  ON  SUBMARINE
Naples, A|irii 28.���-Seven men were
killed and eleven wounded us a resuli
��� : the i splosion hen yesterday on
board the Italian submarine Poca The
American pun!-.'.. Scorpion, although
only ninety fe< I distant from Uie Foes
suffered no damage. Launches trom
the gun oat today helped In the woi a
of refloaUng  the  Pw a
NANAIMO lil!) COMPAN.
IN HANDS Ul' NEW 0.MHS
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Vancouver  Capitalists   Purchase   Hold
ing.  for  $20,000���   Will   Make
Profits on By Products.
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NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
District   of   Surrey.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTMACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Soccessor   to
Mayers A Preston
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
TIME.  TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
Ltav. Langley at 8-00 _._..; arrive
at Port Haney at 8:15 a.m., arrive at
Mc-Adam Landing at S:30 a.m.; arrive et Hammond at 8:40 a.m.; arrive
at Port Kells at 9:09 a.m.; arrive at
Ntw Westminster at 10:SO a.m.
Leave New Westminster at 4;n" p.-
D . arrive at Port Kella at 5:30 pni.;
arriv. at Hammond at 6:00 pm.. arrive at McAdam. La_din_ at 615 p.m.;
arrive art Port Haney at 8:35 p m : ar-
live at Lanj-iey at 7:06 p.m.
Leaving B. A K. Wharf, daily except Saturday
Take notice, that Henry T i'i ill
intends to apply for permlssl m to
lease the following described I
Commencing at a post planted where
the .loutlierly bounflai. :' lot ."������
grou;. two (2), New Westminster iia
'rlct io'.er.ects the quarter section
line, prolonged, mnnlng north and
south through section two (2), township one (ll; thence south 160 rods,
���hepce -a.-t l6u rods; thence north to
a point 20. feet .-6'u'h i.f the bstorl
mentioned southerly boundary ot Int
5J5, group two 12); thenc* easterly
parallel to the asld M.therly boundary of lot 505, group two (2), to
point 62 rods nor'h of the 4'.i:h paraJ-
lel of north latitude; tbence west to
low water mark and 02 rods distant
from the said i!*:h |>_ral. 1 of north
latitude; thence smith 62 rods; thenc
east to the point where the southerly
boundary ol lot r.05, cruup i��o t-l
Intersects the before in-ntlon< r\ 49th
parallel of north latlt.Je; then follow.
ing the said southerly bounda-y of lot
505, group two (2), to the polni oi
commencement, containing l>y eBl
tlon two mindr.d and forty acre*!
more or less.
Dated   at   White  Rock.   R.   IV   thla
^2nd   day  of  February,  1905.
HENRY T.  T..R1FT
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LAND REGISTRY ACT
Nun.um...    \, 111   28      \     \ aw 0
convpai ���    beaded   iy 1     ���    Ues
chased the  N I is    Oomi
holdings here  '.'luglu  for $80
The  new  ��� omj an..    capita
$100,  wil be tenon ��� ss tie Na
Light.  ii��'.ii  av  Qaa  Powi
Bis     ' ireh< I It        wi.i    1,.    ...
there.  With two 1 'Cii din 1 I >n 11"'
iioard.      New    niain-i  and    ��� 1
provements, costing .1 big 0 itta.   wlll
be undertaken sl once, snd ihi   .
of gas   "iii  be  reduc-d  immediately,
with b further redaction ;,-   ���  ...��
The com;.any will us-, ;..... nil.: .
gas producer running a ' 1 v< yor to
the Red Kir lumber null t.i use then
refuse. The oompaaj bo;..-, :<_ ma.-
its profits on by-product minimising
the price of ga- to the eon- uuers.
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HOSINIi OF LLMBtR MILLS
IS OPENLY AUVUtATLD
B0YS'AND CHILDREN'S
Suits for May Day
,jr niti* men's clothe, th,  _ Ma,0n
beautiful,      We've   many   new   concr tl   ������   .���    ...
��� ��� rrs
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FOLK
SUIT 1
new M   DEI
SOME   FABRl'
Wash
Suits
���
ing will SO re'le.
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add  ���
new fsstur-t .
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rtngt,
$1, $1.25, $2.5.
Children's Straws.
Tir   Str.irt   Hal   requ IremefttS  0 r   fcllo*.   t,r    .     n
'���'    here SS these of elder MS  ���       We've many different
PLAY HATS DRfS. HATS VACATION HAT.  IT'
r
REID & CO
TAPT TO PAY VISIT
TO  AY,P.
Wsshlngtoo,  L). ('.  a, rtl  2s -  I
a 'gress wil] provide $.''.   as trav
allowance for Presl.i. 1. Taft and hi
wiii vtett th.. Aiuskii-. k '1 Psetfie ��� "���
poi tlon in Si-.it'i. and 1 1 to Alaska
this year after Coogresa adjourns
Chairman Jftmes  A   Tnwney, ol  lh*
Hous. appropriation- oonuilite.-.   .::���
a confer,.nv- with tbe President, asld
:<iday -.ha; the money would be provkt*   Itunber
���-d in a bill to t>.- i>iu.��-.l when the tar
iff bill j;.-' ���  back  to thi   htousi
The I.i'sid 'nt wlll go e    t bvi    I
��� " ii ��� outi  and   ���   irn by tl
in.-rn ro ite, visltln-
,is   fai   so.ith   :i     1.       \:...
Curtailment   of   Wjv   ngtcn   anu
EXPOSITION gon   Output   Sou_n<   _y   Lu-nber
men���Market   Too   bo*
Ore
I
P1.()_'_.K CLOTHKS FOR MEN
s. ,,ti e, a        .-     \       ��� -v.
protalaenl    ��� 1.
Onferring  ��r
li.. *.mk   W a     ���.. .    ���:
STS '.,
the roii'lr
marki ���
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of  the   iutpui  l
Or. gog   Bill ...
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Ten
��� China Dinner Sets
France at  A. Y. P.
Seattle, April 28     R*i
exhibitors of Pram ���    Vlcti
commission.-;-  fo
at the Alaska V'i- ���    Pacll expeoii of actl
is in Seattle toda;
for the coi In the t          ��� ���
���. ������     \ to the Trench displaj
The exhibits  will srrivi   M 1,   20
MONTHLY  FOR  USERS OF
\     ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR
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POLICE    AFTER    MINISTER
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing Apri] 1st tbe steamer
Transfer wiii leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. lor Ladner,
���\V--sthan_ Island and way ports. Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Reluming, eaves WeethSm l-.i_nd
every week day morning, except Friday, at 7a.m., and Ladner 7*5 a.nn.
Friday leaves V>'<-stham island 6 a.m.
and Ladner at 6:1.'. am.
Additional trip Monday nv/rninj..
leaving New Westminster at 5 am.
This schedule subject to change
wifhout notice.
For freight and passenger rat--s ap
ply to
ROBERT .TARDINE.
Manager.
Re .iibdi*.ision 11 of Lot 79, Group
1, New Westminster Lii. .rlct; Lots lii
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1. Block K
V., being part of Lot 6, Suburban
Block IV.. New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the loss of certitt-
1 cate of title number 16027A, Issued ic
! the name_ of Charles Frederic Sprott
1 _ raneis  Kaia Schou,    Lucy Christine
Schou, has been filed ln this office.
I     Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
at  the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certlflcat'-. unless
In   the   meantime   valid  objection   be
made to me In writing
C. S. KEITH,
District RegUtrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   West
minster, B. C, March 22. 1909.
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323   F-cnt   St.,   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster,     Phone 489.
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
Will sell on Friday the 30th April,
at 10 a.m., in the Market place, 1:1
freak cows, with calves at foot, to arrive by ear from Manitoba; also s.-v
sl local cows
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
.$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
Newfound.and. and in I.judon. ."upland, New York, Chicago an I Spokane,
C. s. A., and Mexico city, a general
banking business transacted Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents |n all pans of the
world.
Savings Hank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at _ pel r.-_\ per
annum  (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00,
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
0. D. BRYMNER, Mtmin-.-r.
Reverend   Gentleman      Said   lo   H��-wt
Issued   Bogus   Cheques.
.Vim. ,. I.���TBi
are  -��� 1 ;.,. .,  nuniel tr,  * I
1        ,i.|    :.        v     !���  1      :       T�� In
������1 iv.   bogv     cheqtu \ ��� 01 una   lo
��� a,   \i .mi'...oii-    '.,1 iim
lost nee ij j_ >oo, ��tn .
almost   an   e<-!t-i   amount   m   S-    I'.i 1
; Th.- mans nan,,   la    a .1 t,, .���.  R ���%���   K
W,  lobnson    He -*��� nn .1 silk 1...1 .md
' Prince Alb   t coat, ai cording to a   ���
icrtptloA in tbe hands of tbe detei v..
' i'i-- an    'I!.. cbi IJIK-- ���* hit I. were ��� I
ten on  the !,,,nK at  Fairmont, Mum
were rwrj clever fori;. ��� li
CONSERVATION   or
NATURAL
�����
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Wi
and Dnmert m AU Kma" nt
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles-   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
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.
Ottawa    .v;   >    f��� the boats ol
I commons  yesterdaj   Hon   Mr   Fisher
Introduced  ble   Mil  to crean a  oom
mission "ii   he consei ration of pal urs|
I resource The    oommission    is t"
consisi  of  33   msmbers,   of  whom   11
j will  ie- ez-offlclo,  made  up ol  threi
cablnei   mlnl-ters and  aln�� mcmiM ts
ifrom the provlnctal governments  The
remaining   20   wlll   be  appointed   by
iord.���[��� in council,     No aalsilw arlll b'-
paid, but    the   members win reiceivs
traveling expenses      Ths ooaimlssloo
will  me, t   innomlly  In   lunuary, or at
any .nher time .it tbe call of the chilli-
man. wh., will   ,. cboeen by tbe kov-
ernmeot     The oommlaslog will have
an   oBlc.   In   (in.ma,   under   the  civil
_.rvic�� commission, in chgrgs of an
official, who win aci a. secretary,
UKOE BUILDING OF
��� ���-   n I 1        of KUTAL STANDARD    ���
eontaln 1 a nfl atltllng 1       1 '������  '    '
.        ,     J,. (Uli . ��� ��� . - V .. '   ���
bins given aw s/ 1 sttb '
���   ., ��� ���     ...   ; I.i. ������!.,...:. .     :���.<!      . ., rn *
���     l!
i:.. ri Ib no b< Ber Bos     . ��� 1      n ������    lot    bn ad I     :
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUS     It I- rich In cohw   pn
cloua and notrtUon      lo naang   ROYAL   STANDARD    HAJl:R   "
Ket   Hi..   ..-nt   !���,.. 1:   vnlue  IDODI ���     Wlt|   hilv hi   gStbei  B(      I
mn ooe ��� nam-., la t.-n ,��-i. month to sscafs a bsa   ���
The   luck-,   luunlx-rn   will   bS    rted   In   tbla ��� I   ���'
of every month
11
II Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
r_so..u:i. ',', Vancouver, B. C.
i
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TsltS notice tli.i:  ..11 tpfU+ntltm tin.
b��#n made to rsglstei the oorporatlon
of ih> Township or Wstiiit oi Mis
��lon. BS the own. 1 in (<-�� sUsple, un
der a lax - alt. deed from tUe QOliBCtOt
of Mi--Um Muiilclpal.ty, to ilie ixir^w-
ration nf the Towu^ilp or DlStrlO. of
Mis Ion, bearing date the ?lh day ul
October, A   Ii, ISOt, of all unj .lujfu-
GEORGIAN   BAY  CANAL
Ottawa,   .1
federation "t
!|l W The cnniidiiin
��� - , ��� board -.f trade and mtt_l>
clpalKles opened Hh seislons h��ir,. thl.
sfternoon, win, delegates presenl from
citii'R. townH and other municipalities
from Manitoba -/. ,h, Ai._n.ic. I��r.-��l
dent FN-rnu-'iii of North Hay In pn--
Hldln**;. The chief bualnefi thin at-
���rnoon was the Bpjiolntmi nt of s u ��� ��� i<*?-
1
gatlon  10  wall
morrow   nn.I   nrt-c   upon   tbe   Kov.-t-n-
il   the    |..-'.i.   undertaking ofjtne
mei
(i.-oi Mian baj  . anal
WOULt)   START   WORK
upon  ih.- premie-   W
Kov.-��-n-
7
New Westminster
,__-��.��--��-������--_4
ON    BIG   CANAL   SCHEME
ixindon, Apri) 28, 8lr Koiv,, \ui
Hum Perk, who wil] leave in... todaj
for Canada ."ope. to obtain the sanction of tbe Dominion governmenl to
the proposal  10 Mvt  ii.ih ,. on
tin- projected canal ��� . m   i,,. si   Law
rem e river to th ;, ���
lar that certain puiiel or liuct uf lend
and ;.-i iiiih'i, H.tiiiil.-, lylna and b" H.X
In lhe liistilrt of New W( .tmln��ter,
In th,. province of rtrltUL 1'olumt.lu,
iiio.'i paitlcularl) snow a and described SS lAJt 1. in Hloc- .1; of U,i
4111, l.ioup 1, beltiK part uf the nortti
welt quarter uf Hi .tlon 17, Township
17; uouthwent guurtor of nOTtbSaM
quari.-r of southwe.t quarter of section 2., Town.hlp 17, w��mt half of
aettt half of bortbWSet quiliter of H'^-
tlon 86, Township 17; iui>diii km <j
of Houth half of wiuihea-ii quarter of j
Section 29, Township 17.
Vou and those claiming through or
under yon mui a'i psrsona olaiming
any Istoreat lu tin- Hiild liitul by virtue
of any unregtottred Instrument, tad
aii persons ebtlrnlng any Interest la
tbi wild land by desoent, Wbbfl* litis 1"
not registered undei- tbe provisions of
the "Land  IteulHlry   All." are  required
in oontsBal the claim of the tox pur-
chaser within forty Hv,. days from tht
data of the Bn 1  pub! Ics tlon of tui-!
notice upon ron, sa i 'a tWasa '
caveat  or   .e.tltlvi'-    - :   -     " '"
being Had within such pf'1
defmii; of redettn ��� " '"'' '
Hon. vou un.l aa��tl Ol fOB ���T-'Il
ever ����stopi��d nnd lit :��������������� "I '��� '
Ilni-  up any da 11. �� 1       ���   '  '"*''
Um .I _ land, sad I ��� :'"",':'
corporation of ths Township .
trlct of Klsskni .1- '��'"' ���'���,',,' '!
And I heii-I.y dlr.ctttint prf**
of this notice   fr thirty   dsyj   ^
dally   new��[i<*.ier    publlili.d    ��
Westminster will I- r   '   "^
cient  nervlce thereof
Ilab. at the Uud H'^'7, ^
New Wentmln.fr. pr-'vlnce u   ��''
Ooluml.lo. thla Kill il.O llf A;r11'
C  B   KEITH.
Dtstrid l^1"*1,1'
TolienrvM.,,-    MarlaKU'-
L   H.   M-nilion,    John   stohrta��
Deasy nnd WllUso S����l ^ ,
Westminster
Transfer Co
137
Mfflce ���Phon. 1��.     tW V***
Columbl.  Street
B.gK��go   atntsrsd   prompt  '
��ny psrt ot Iks BRT'
Ught and Heavy Hauling
6   OFFICE -T"AM OCPOt. fll
.._-*
y   APRIL 28.
190.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
t
im. LIGHT
L    A p-^_
WIN      dOfH    1-
IU  hall  the
I     nh-iolutt-lv
th, s fnim ln-
F ��gha    -
drudgery.
(_      cspond
ence
t,w   '
jiOjiiyilibJ
01 AM
rmiVlllI HOMF FOR
j     HAYUAHII YUUNIi lilRI.S
T.ikes  Up  a  Laudable
Winnipeg���Citizens
Assistance.
I
Ldine Engines
A ���   '_r_t._
;
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lO  vine  1
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-
-Straw Hats for Men and Boys.
May Day Styles in Neckwear.
Suits to suit the season,
SEVENTY FIVE  SUITS  JUST ARRIV ED    BY      EXPRESS    THE      LATEST
NEW YORK  STYLES.
Acme Clothing Co.
-
PUNTEIS DECLARE
AMENDMEN1       '���    fAl       r.     c_a_
IMPRONEM ENI
LTD      Lr LA /,
FIELDING WAS MISLED
a B) avi ��� ..-��� 'na -.
G.t '���',��� ���' ��� BlM Cc-
B.   j*    IBM
-.    Den al   Entered  of  Charge   That   West
l ' r ���
Indians Consp rea to Ra se Price
.
ion Works
.; -s  ��� t   .    Proprietor.
ISrt.',  ���   St* Wesrmtust-r
FREEMAN'S
WMOLl SALE
| liquor  Store
|B DtIT   A   S['    BRANDIES,
UU   ".NO   STOUT.
I tin
f    *   SPECIAL!V
!'   O   Box  IU
PROMT   ST.
.*   . V * v  ', STER,   B   C.
-*.    .��VE      CHOICE      MEATS
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Meal Market
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t Croo'itHi-S
Wish Watchmaker
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bu'  opsa   ta*
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lit.
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perml   Ion f
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Sit. ,,*" '"' ���' Point  immediately
l(. " "���" <*��*���
rou.k , ' Bl ""st or west
;;.;""���'   ' (10),   internet.
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ind  north,., :v
md   w^tsrt.
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X. ��� log by ss.
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srer.   Bfth   >--,u  after  m    l       ,
t^ty. and upon pa^entofth^rs
.���_ d,,e, mined I.)   ����W '"���'���." '.'i'' ^���,
I   r,    THM section   ��� > <;  ';      1J;U
City Oaa Improyemen   ' " ;'\l���,,. ..
,���,,. ii, law jWW.  ;���;   jf^T*
hereb. repealed and in- ton
Uon aubsUtuted ��h"��Kw- ^.a
10    The oompan; ""* '   ��� ���pp0e
ohargo or aplieci for i��J "    Do,Ur
more ti.nn nt  tha ''�� " '        tBouasnd
and   Seventy-five  a"*".-*  P��r
,-utile  f.iei .  sited    B-
,       .'HI.     H      W
"Ani.n.lni'ii l !.'��� ;     \   ,   909
m-nt Compan    I
Done so ,  '
Wth dag  ol   M-i'   17kEARt,
" Mayor.
t'i.
I US I
of  Sufiar.
il   wea
.-;..-��� ���* .,  t#d    "0
* ootoal
ins  him  *     ooores    to v   i'ana*".tan
rrnnvmi   .t**urances hut  lion   W.
S   }',���  ding   ��Hf  ni.  .:.: I       I        _
...    .- ��� ��� - ....    ,  taten   as
hi   '.:.. in his I '      wtt_ ��� .ira-
Mr.ir.. es tn     ... Tbey
���,������������ indies
inauon esisOS
.mon ictlon hs    taken       r'
��� f thi       loteri     -ia.
f,_s been entln      si  tl ��� in-
BtigaUoo ��� '     ��� I I   ��� |  '       -:..-nt
���:..v .       ���  ��� thai at tn*.
tDomec-   ��h,n a joint c<-.m_     ton  i��
��� . *-iK��t��. the ncl.        . ��� i\
; focal      trade. !��� .e.ding
I           - n��  to   ._S;..��r,d   ' ���       [gai
Br.   ! : "i.. :������ i  ���        I '.��� ��� n'
u ���      Indians   propoee   a   wttbdrswfcl
Iti            commtosioa,   ��� ��� n id   Ii3t
V"        j bin aetf 1�� ei.-   ted I    he s
ber, it i'Mw.n ,  -      -
MADE IK CANADA
Edison Theatre
Animated     Pictures     and     Illustrated
Songs.
PROGRAM   FOR   WEDNESDAY   THE
28TH   AND   THURSDAY,   2STH
So. 1, '
Mo  I   i
.
���i 4-    \ \ lng Home.
\ ��� 4 ne .-���
- tive.
v    *.. Wil :- Q-ac-.
S    '.   i: net!        -    _ bj  _Un E
Good-bye G
No   7   The Poe or   on�� of
-he greatest  pietnn -  Its kind ever
brourtt to thla city U alone wi.i ��*t.g-
, .11.
Maali  by the Bdla -. orchestra
Wanted at Once
Fifty men for track work. Apply
ticket office or foreman in charge
on Front street.    Good wages.
Ba Ca Electric Company
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Crystal Theatre
Fll  didNT  kN_W   he  WAS
A   MONK.
I Comic i
A     CASE     OF     EGGS     TO   BE
HANDLED  WITH   CARE.
i Comic i
THE STAGE RUSTLER
A  wle from   ibt  horde-   .ar.
THE   TORRENT.
Ml tbe WSJ  lrom Alrka.
BALKED   AT   THE   ALTAR
SWEETHEARTS    IN    HEAVEN
METAMORPHOSIS   OF   BLACK
ART
It ii to the nOvnnlafc
of every housekeeper
In C-,nr...'a '. I ;:   C iliem
"v_i. tl.-iklr- ��� I*   a��.lr-.
UHt'l l-.-rfu.Tica! '  ��� -.
Imptriiii ,.-..,���. l'.,*^er.
il.ll, lt'_ _ rc��m Tar'jf,
k'  > ..i > b,.t Cakes.
oHmm'tMnmm "ifiae.
SlSgll |t_kln ; .,��!.,
Oltlstt'i . - '.....,. Crj-t_i. |
KA08 POR OVER
hi) VliARP
^^^^H        (r,:..lith^ ^	
L W. GUI-TT CO, LTB- Toronts, Oat.
A    FIGHT    WITH    MONTA
DELLAS
M itinees 2 tc 5. Evening 7 p.m.
Admission 10c. Children. 5c.
MANAGER   J    M   OOW*TON.
MUT1QN, VEAL, PORK
i  Fraeh  Pork   Sau tapes  daily.
Beet of Farmer's  Per*.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
IClENEMY _ A.DERSO.      Columbia St
W. C.  Chamberlin  sells diamonds that flash their rays bright,
And sells at a price that is fair and  is right,
Glittering gems that appeal to the eye.
Best earth  produces and money can buy! *
Alex. Speck
THE  BICYCLE  MAN
SPORTING  GOODS,   REPAIRS.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE   AGENTS   HAMILTON   A   LONGINE'S   WATCHES.
1 House of Quality
Straw
Hats
If you want secondhand goods you
can obtain them in our other depart-
n-ent.
ALEX   SPECK.
:
\ i   ��..i,.. s .in,i shaales, In young
moor's and men', hats
Prices 25c to $3.50
Children's    hats    in    txiat��.   ami ;
sailor.
Prices 25c to $1.00
I. Eugene Brown & Co.
272 Columbia Street.
CLOTHIERS AND   HABERDASHERS
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
This is the
Opportunity
+       Ixxik  over  Henry's  caL-lo��;���a
+      and mak.a out y.mr order for
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Trees, Planti. Bee Supplies, etc.
No irlndy agent-* to annoy you.
No damage from fumigation. "No
delays of customs.
YOU "PRESS THE BUTTON,"
WE DO THE REST.
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
hiah-clas? buildtn. materials
than It is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings buUt with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real.
cheapness lies'?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Offices, Greenhouses and Seed-
��� houses. 3010 Westminster Road,
��� Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,
t South Vancouver.
Special Bargain
Kive-quire box beautiful azure linen
finish paper In either of two s ;ees. and
five packago-a enrelope. to match, regular price $-.00, this weeh only
FRENCH CREPON TH_ SAME PRICE.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
+++++++4444++++i
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
ADVERTISE JIN THE  NEWS
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THE  WK$X.% NEWS*
THUR^da
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Lawn Mowers
+
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UON-YMOON TRIP FKON
'. .UND TO HUDSON BA.
Y   ^PRil
:.
fl.
French Voyageur an*-* Indian Wife Will
Paddle Across the  Continent   in
a Canoe.
Coffees
++++++++++'*++++*+++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++
i
-Vvvvv^.-:   ���������*,.
"EXPRESS"   Ballbearing   with
Five   Blade-
v    '    '   Mn I :;    Met teg   '���<";
ail  l:, lan    maiden, name* i
,       .      marrylps "
- ^rt? r-<t siiti.,-
,i '        ' rro .1 Poi land to
ii .������'    '- t.tlantlc si aboar i.
...'. :..'��� ii aa. startling ex-
t .......iv ,i young
|- .ii.
i     . ,a|  la    I .      lous   and, al er
::,..'.      I Ul,   in    l.."l    Iir,I.  SS
sli,. la ki i to    er tribe   v     Sioux,
proj       i    ild ...   .. ' ��� pti 'i.
i: ,   :.... ia. ���        ri    i Bl the
'���,,f Mrs. Col bj ���   Itoi    I thi   Woman's
Trlbui la city    The li meymo in
trip ... illt to i ���''.���"���
��� i oi       i       *   ' contlneni    teat
��� Annp. <Vl_n    _v    I 113I_V ��� teg  here  Saturdaj   and   paddling   ap
I __nucr._un  ot  L-usuy ? .,        ;   u |nto BrlUgh Qolm M
He saj ���   ' ���
��� er, hat Inj   to  v rtage
li.s  csnoi      id  b�� longings  only   ntne
ill told bi i hen    md H id
son
*���
* ALSO
2    "CLEAN CUT" _____-b'traHng and
1
Other -Styles.
��� COLUMBIA STREET. ���
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1
5
A   SNAP!
LOCAL NOTES.
Give us a trial in
this line.  We carry
The Best
Mocha and
Java Coffee
procurable, and can
satisfy any  taste,
as   well   as   any
pocket.
THIS WEE.    ONLY. \v   Son
bj  \i - -   B   ���   returntu yesterds   from
GAS AXD GASOLIKR MITELS AT  ��
LKSS  THAN p#ST.
CUu k Call ���   ������     agent i      I ������
  _ ,      . ���       . i to bi see-
,., he-re on   M ...
_tJ-    I ���_     _ . prelli ai _���(<
i... nts fo .. i   ���  ion,
A   iv ��� . : ...     of I
v, eatminsti
nouni ��� .I ���    take p bj  ��� i
In-  ai  Blair a    if.     ������ noi mae
i. rlallxe. .   ��� iral of thi
lng   to ] :....���
The Pearson flectric Co.
(Successors io T- Mnwbrey
Klectric Works!
BANK    OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING
Opposite Postot.ee.
PRONE 331.
Young and Old Alike
One hiiiilu l .ua I ���          i.n   '
s.md pounds �����; a .-  brousbi
Into   iiori     esti ���    ���:���    he
.steamer I   .   .   .     ol B. C   Pai k
era' Seel      ;..... .- being unload
P. O. BOX 928   . ,.   y   ..���   | . lumbla Ci Id   St..r...     ��� -
    tablitahm. nl
f^m^f-^tf '���
|feR*::        PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
are (ond of music, and every home
should possess a Piano. They do not
cot*, anything ii..- -whin th.-y a. ��� r ally
worth to the totniiy circle. For the
next ten day- w; rrrt-* 'lmwiii*: some
exceptions] nioti
Contrary to the - ��� ��� ll impression,
the Pythian roller rrn w-ffl noi dote
(or the Mason this .eek. Th.- tnau-
ag -r lias no; >et definitely decided oo
ti... closing late, i announces that
hla patrons will be given at i��-ast a
week's notice ol hla intentions
through tt..- :���.'.���: ming columns ot
the New.-.
The Chicago  Ladle '  Baseball cmo
has Hsk.-d the oeal basetiaJl aasocla
tioa for dates ti.i. summer, offering
to plaj one Or more game.. No BO-
tlon hss ><������   v   n  niken, bur u  p ���    B
ble a tarorable reply wlll - seal ss
the girlK pro-red s strong attraction
last year. when tbey Miller.,1 defeat
in  aa   aitractlee    ganae    si Vs
j>ar_
NOT CONSIDERING
THE    AMERICAN    NAVY
!___*  -,f'*iK:.i-
v *V {'���'*'��� ''
a_TS?'_;'-i '
....._ eft;;
few- .���'
COLUMBIA STREET.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
l/iudon. . April    2a    Answering    a
Question In tbe 1    we oi i omnn d ��� ft -
terday ics to whether ll was the poi . ���
 of the government    ..  tak.   Into coo-
J   ii   t   jji     __���     ������     ���     ii slderatlon       i   tmerican   navy   ���* n-n.
. H. Todd s Biq Music House   > r
���' .���_.-,.ir.   foi  Ureal   Britain  to maintain
��� he  so-calli -I     m o poe ei     standard
Reginald   Mi K nna,  fir ���   loi I  ���
admiralty. ii  v...  oa-rj  ol tbe
i ;. ��� I Statet toi lh. , rai tical ��� ���
, ��� of tbe two-power itawdard woui<_
bch --liter Into account Asked whether Aiii.-rica was not at the present
moment tbe world's second itrongest
naval   powei,   Ml     McKi una     i ������;   ll  '
��� in.;., the two-powei standsrd ��* defined  by  Mr.  Asqultfa   the  American
navy Is not  to be   ta .���������carded."
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE  BY
wmm.
May Day
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Wettminster
PROROGATION   OF
PARLIAMENT  NEAR
Ottawa.  Ajiril  28.���As an indication
of  the  near approach  of  prorogation,
' th,. chairman  of tbe  house of commons   railway    committee  announcm!
;this  morning  'hat   the  last  sitting "I <
the    committee    would    be    bold on '���
.Thursday owing to the decision of the
government to hold morning sittings
of th��. hous.- of comment .-t.irting on |
Monday next.
I
:l
��i?.%, r>' Wj. i��.'f.
/*^��i*;__-,i.-. ���
Needs
anjife!
W
. .;
Do noi spoil the wee tot's day for
lack of something new to wear. Perhaps it i�� a new bonnet or hat or it
may he a new dTe_n or skirt, or something in  underwear or hosiery.
We have them all. and the prices
are. such that one could not resist.
Only a few of which w_ thave space
enough to tell you about.
Bonnets���Pane, tucked muslin from
25c up.
Bonnets���Stylish embroidery lace o.
ribbon trimmed; (rom 50c up.
Wash Msts���Em't roidery luce or ribbon trimmed; from 75c up.
Jack Tar  Hats���From 50c  up.
Whits   DresK��s���For  the.    tiny  tot; I
embroidery trlmm'd; (rom 75c up.
White  Dresses���For girls all ages; |
from 91.28 up.
Dainty Colored Dresser-In all slseajf
and   ] rices.      ('all   and     we   will     lie
.ileus, il   to  show   you.
Houses Painted
In Artl.'lc Colors
WALL PAPER, PAINTS, OILS,  ETC.
Doane, Bailey & McKay
Apenti Vancouver Vacuum Carpi"
Cleaner,
Front   St., Dominion   Trust   Building.
' Assessment    Notices   Mailed.
Th,- assessment notices (ot tbe year
1909 have all been mailed, and the as-
sessment commissioner    advises that
SO)   property own. .   falling 'o  vectve
Ibil or  her notice  within  a few days
should look the matter np, a  the property has either been wrong)* assessed
,or the address i-iv.-n wrong.
The firm meeting of tti*. Court of
Revision will he held on Wednesday,
May 12, 1909, at 10 am, and all appeals against  'he assessment  mil*, be
presented to th.   rlty Clark at bant
seven  11)  davs befoTe thai  date
N. li  MoQUARRlE,
Assessment  Commissioner.
The White House
A. J   3IRTCH.
275 Columbia Street
Why Pay Rent?
S350 CASH
BUYS 7 ROOMED  MODERN HOUSE ON THIRD AVENUE, WELL
LOCATED       BALANCE   EA8Y   TERMS.       LET   US   GIVE   YOU
MOP. PARTICULARS.
j F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
+++++++++++++++++++++4* i ��, n+++++++++++++++* *++++++
o
II
���
+
im
We are all ready to supply the
Needs
*j>.
'k-'-
of the
Children
' ^ 1 W I , __
^
in Dresses, Aprons, Sailor Suits, Jumpers, Buster
Brown Suits. Guimpes, All-Over Aprons, etc, I ery
serviceable, popular style of garment is here in our
Ready-to-Wear Section, and then again these garments are made from materials that wo can recommend, and the same first-class work enters into our
Small Folks Clothing that characterize.- our Ladies'
Garments. The wants for May Day need not worry
vou, because vou can secure your Children's Clothes
here at very low prices.    See our window displays,
TWO   LINES   MENTIONED
MERE
Children's White
Wash Frocks
Dai-.��y, praHtj, artists of wh.t.
'swr, and mull, Ir.mrrmd *.|-i
Vm..(r'.r.fi .���<.. in. ���"lUroidery
in��erti|>fii; tome have Outers
oeckg and ��hort . rr,t\ nlc��:y fm
'���lied wth fm�� pin luc^t: for
girlt 8 to 16 years Eat.* |> ."'.
to ��6.00
Tucked and Plain
All-Over Nets
Cr.a-n ecru and white net, with
or wlbout spoti: lucked in nar
.ow and wide tuck. Widthi are
18 to 36 inch.* per yard 3_c to
6_c.
Pretty Striped and
Spotted Frocks
in ginflha-n and ch*rrti-a, , .
with J>eM��. and piping. .' pi.'
color*; other, trimmed �� :- *i*r
braide and tH<ttcn��. All ���'!��. 'o.
��,-nal|   t>Oyt   a'd  g.rli;   frorw  "a
ANOTHER   SHIPMENT  OF
Lace Neckwear
Novelties to Hand
So many attractive lowp'.ccd
r>eckw��ar p.ece, ar. on d ��P'��y 'n
the neckwea- ted'On that ladif*
find it a plea��ure to e '.' the.-
collari hi-e
The new*��l range JJH m ll
mad* of GUIPURE a-*d 0RIEH
TAL Hock collar,, LACE TAB
COLLARS, COLORED LACE
COLLARS. SHOULDER COL
LARS and LACE SLEEVtb
Priced  from  _���_._  to %? DC  tt,-**
Hats
for the
Girls
Ready for May Day In the Millinery tection. Many attractive
model, made ready In antlcipa
tion of the rush for May Day hate,
The��e are on display today, trim
med with spproprlata flowers,
wreathe,    foliage,      etc. Lowly
priced to make thsn. doubly at
tractive. Priced from $1._- to
��5 00.
An Immenii display of WASH
TAMS, SAILOR HATS, and OA
LATEA8 from 25c to $_M each.
New
Delaine
Waistings
The moet attracl've HlM of I'.M
weight all wooi wantmgi we have
ever had the opportunity of ������<���"���
Ing.      The weight ll illgMlv h"*
ier than a muslin or lawn, but be
Ing   all   wool,   will   make   up   IStS
wsrmer     wsiet��   for    evening   or
dress weer.     Colors are light *t\6
dark,   snd   pslte.-ne   are     entirely
new,   showing   two    ton.   stnp��<.
fancr    doelgn*  and  ��P""       Ppr
ysrd, Mc and 60c.
W. S. COLLISTER I CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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