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PSi laspectinj  officer,  Colonel   Declares  Venezuela   Should   Be  G-ate-
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was beM in tb�� Atmssies, insteai. ot  I Gomez
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itrengt i ig li   el I ��� tali policy of
Johr-'  d       nl    Cortietl ...
rhe men bad a good ; ������' In foreign
did tbeir drills carefulij.     Th.       |1 *: powen
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LEASE IN PORlElliAE
Courage  Snd   Energy   cf   Km.   Manuel
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preues  Hi! Subjects.
i        B. April   N     rtv      ismlc dis
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of the A ..-..,-        ..������'    Bren__n in the cltj wn in
In. ,hi "      ' '   ' ":' ���'" "'rk "c;
���  i Friday, sent out physicians ani
* vtl sapplMB  ' ���-    riots  whara  the
It was when l       ' ' " w "  c'    '
-.., thi   '-       *  number -���'    tillages    hsre ��ern
it       Saleators and San Ste
hand I * '11 Companiff
seqaentlj complimented spedailj ���
their playing
Thn timpani?'. arldT.i'?pj hy Col
recelrotj his praise tor "-
torn ind he foreshadow* ! ibe I v-
to Sestttt at Uta A. Y. r expo.-itlon
In Jane he bettered the Inspector-general would he on th,- coast. wh<-n tho
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in    YanemiTer.      Photos    werp
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rrr��.   Bon-commlssloned    offlc-r.'.  nnd
���'     "rlvntes of the two companies
Blgnati   experts
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THREE   DAYS'   SALES   TOTAL
OVER   HALF   A   MILLION
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AUTHOR   IS   MAN   OF
MIXED*  NATIONALITY
ruin-, a        l '"    persons sj    mtsstng   ��"  *'      '    "-vn Ws     On Thursday
fa  were Injure. __S_L ,straB__TJ ! ,ln   'SfP  :ini1
���  | that two larga llsMngJjwt.j  pm* flft-     ti   Th:   ws
lered and th.'lr crow., oum
.��� thirty ���  tht, perished
.imcnt   " I   v -r <   11-90,90.
.;-   ' :     sufferers
for
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VI. tori*. April M     Paa ***"'
r.ias i-onnuinir    in
���Mat's paeft      it  Is ��osB��wbsi  ���
yrl. ��. ihe ftsh ��rr BOt nn*
w-l|  <>n   in  Jun,-  at   :'���      ���
"... wigngsn m tl
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K'Hi.  traps  ir.   I�� ���
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Satta.   ll   Is  tUoogh
iii.-i-.a u no impei ii .���- ���>���
������,,.   aiiti iv. nf llw ���'   c*
Th. Brm men  ��� ��
.....     ig
season  ripens   until  n
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viiia. ,,,   ���,.    i mi   ���'
ning vn. itoguimttli
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Nts  v-   -    I        '���'���    i* "*in-E three  attractive c.ncert
..   ..  mliltsr.  servine If th<�� suthori
..     . i;       ti  ;��������� in :i Pteachmsn,
,.,,: oncartaln wbatbey N i- ��� sub
,,f    -h- Brittab   erowa,    nithoufth at
h��*rt ,i fborongb    AmPrirsn,   Jane
Hopper   'he    California    novelist   m -"" n
,  man  ��-iii,oi*t a eountry n,v   l*
���rvtuv IVtnm
ratter    wati an   Irishmnn.   ��.���"������> !������� �� ^' vr-tni of hln)-i'.
renonnond hi- Hrnu. wti- snd m addition to the "id ravort
He ��vnt to Parts  wher. he  renderaj   with  much        ���������--����� .'W'a-
rrench   woman snd  died | ��Ws ChftMren," wWcl      >��ed   he m.
of the evatttng w v >rris Chapman
brae ���-._?����� en ��� ! "">'��� wane
Horihn    Thompson    v'ntrlhtitrd
8Y  CLEVER  ARTISTS
roncer: st 8t Pa��' s R. K
��choo!room last eVenftg +tta
largely itienaed as tlu prd-
Instiflad        \-thur     P.   .frown
Death of VV. G. Cross.
leath  '���   -     ��� lac*   yeati
I  to :!!ium Gould Cross, who
I '  ;:    ,   -.'   n. i   . I   .   I
:i l Qgatb  street, _:������
Indispi Ing   '    past elghi
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Ue as. born in vTellingtoo county,
ad reached the ag��- oi
He cam.. .ity  2!   ..... -
Iggo,  .ml for boo ���   ...is 'ntv:. -��� .'
I**i:h ���  .        .   Cross'  drjOocB.
I    >   'ou; ,aj a
Sirs   S   G   na> of it;.- ut)
Mrs. Daaphlnee uf fluiitajt. _Irs  Wellington   MU!. :    of    Vancouv v.    and
Hi     'i- as n   .f Portlan '. ��� I ���       tli
brother is  Pawl Cross of tl -    Itj
tnnuu i fa d.
Mi.   Cross   *.-..-   an   Orangeman,. a
coember of Orange lodge No  1150, ^ud
the Royal Black FTeeeptoey.    Th'. fo-
'.ilk.-  place under the auspices
talked of and the 'wai peo] wis..
'   ��� ��� ���     -omi thing * i
Saturday  more than 100 lots s *
sold and  in a!!  ap*#*M_ or :.'i0  hav*
hren p rrcbaaed   \: any rate mor, thai. a dei tomorrow sfierobi o to lim
half a million   '.',-' worth of ?���'���      Oddfellows    tmetery, leaving the res-
'--���> in lots ���! e -��� has ehang-  Idenci Reformed    E. iscopal
- I I   ni.s In three !.;��� a khurch.
ti..i. ���
.    ,,   >|>>V, .
'������Iia-''
,   i��_|   i   French   woman
wh.'n   his   son    James,   wns   ll
. oi,i      i.<it.-r   Mis   Hopper and
.,���   ,_m,.   to,   this   conn try,   mn   x'
�� ,.   tevar naturalised
Harriman Contemplates
Billion-Dollar Merger
iretty   tableaux
Throws Herself  Under Train.
...   toi"    vprT  :'t!    UBsYing
., ..'ni-ii she stild thnt sho ... in
.. .tm her mind  m. bidding
.. .ii   m-i   i* ,    Smith  tne
,!���'.. or  be manager of ft* K ���
���  notel in  i.imi.n   thr��W htrsell   ',,������ ,i .is flinlrmtui
... (-.heels .'i .i pnseeafsr ti lit
. ..   ��� vim; the stattaa yastei
.,       md was kllli d
NVw York, Apri: ft.���According to [Age __o.e system. The report U
a report clrcolr' In this city, e. h. assumed to have originated from re-
Harrimsn ha_ in- meted leading cor- ��*- *'��**s of Treasurer Rossiter and
poratlon counsel In York City and Albert H Harris, Tlceprrsid.uu of the
other cities to ' rise . means or x''w Vork Central lines in charg. of
merging the N*ew York Central lines the Ic^'11' sJfsirs, to the division beads
���ecltations,  and  assisted  by   her jnto on<> t.orpOK1.K,n Wk_, a capital or  ln    ';'   different citips along tb��- sys-
*  $1.0*.-i.iiO'i.-j.io. with s central managi- t,%l��   aVt it Is stated that these visits
mont  and one treasury.     This, If et-  ,Rl'     without  relation to any scheme
'** cor.-..   Istion of the separate rrop-
I
.1    \ha-. Bdtth Thompson, rendered
, ,i... ���      \ Feature or the ev ning was
the
tic    "itumes      The dunes of accompanist were well canicd oui  hy Mi-
Bdlth    Thompson,   and    I.
I horn nor
i,      n   Of   I-air  fectod. would operate more than 12.000 of ��
-,-pomett," in which twelve locsj girts |g_nas of railmad, including ihe .New ertl
wen? i>osr.l In a fTOUp, i*a-'"d ln_e'_as- |York Central. W.   ��� _hor., Lake Shor..
and Michigan, Southern; Cleveland,
Cincinnati, i'Iium.-' .nl St. Louis;
Pittsburg and Lain Km*. Laks Brie
and Western; Canada Bouthern and s
Bomber Of other   Iln  s  BOW  controlled
or owned  _,.   the  New   York   Central.
No details ar,' s.i d io have been do-
|cide<l upon    as yet, nut    it is under-
���    l0e Repent Receives Envoys 9'    IVt.-r-tinrg.   April   1*-~~T]}*  ?_! [stood'.ft m not proposed to Include Mtt
.    ...      V"1!   .'.    Th..    iviiir,-  r ���������  n.tiietiiey     has    deflnitely      aecltfed Nickel l>hi:o llm
,,.,,   .,���in-   receive.   In    pedal sudi   againsl permitting the Introduction of     Ptvsl.leut Brown, of   be Ns* York
nnrteen einoys  win, are to st- the  Saltation   Arm)   Into  Russts. sc- Ceatrsl, said  toda)   there  wss no In-
,.,,,i  i,.. -uiK-nil. May i  ofKusngHau,  oordlng to an Intimation given from tentkm of bringing  i -vt a merger of
lm . !*v     at china government sourcss today 'all the lines in the S w Vork Central-
Barred   From  Russia.
St    Peter-a-bnrg.   April   K.���Tht
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PAGE TWO
9.HE  DAILY  NEWS',
TUC.D.V.  W���a   ���    .    |
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.   ETC.
��� a n-.an had _o,d dollars lo se��� at fifty cents and did  not  I.I  the people know anything about it, he wo.ld nc, sell any.      Vou must t.i, the  **^J% uZl^^.lVoTnJZ
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 lavs been a
wares.      Use the advertis ng columns of The Daily News and keep abrca.t of the timet
PERSONAL.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
���"     _.r��__i��   oiv.t.-*   w*. can  TO RENT���Furnished room in private
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE      Ve can breakfast lf desired.    Apply
tad a congenial life companion . ��� r
any    respectabli   man    or woman. |    _irs.__i.meu. .si i-
Scud stamp for particulars.
.rn Devi lopm< m
Vancouver.
\\ est-
League, I!ox 1301.
���Mrs.
ar line.
WANTED.
WANTED���ROUTE BOYS TO DEL1\
er iho toil)  News,
"WANTED    15  carpenters    for  housi
work. An lerson   &    Bodd.     r
Mills.      Top wages  to good  men.
WAN iw     lirl to     i8sls1    in  hi
woi k.   Apply 320 Royal avi Due, n< ar
Sixth  Btreet
WANTED���Qui t family driving horse
about   1 imi  pounds.    Must he cheap
for cash.    a. VV. McLeod, insurance
broker,  Xew Westmlnsti r.
FOR    RENT���Lower    halt    ol    n w
house, .". rooms,   call evenings, --������
Fourth avenue, Between Sec ad snd
���' i. i r. l Btreets.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO   RENT    IV i.i '. fl   roor is, i u;.- r \
Si .. :. li   si reel     tnd     Vgn   .   near
....   i.f.i: ar)
IMS   IN   'i HE   PYTHIAN   BL
���  lei  In  -.tt  j of    twi
' -���'.   ..in- All | ati ,i
..   ,i    boi   and    < il i
���... nu.-  and   eleel rlc   light        i ��� i ms
moderate.     Appl)   A.   11    Pel gusoi
un 9, second floor.
Km;
GROCERY
[���HE   BEST   VALUE   IN
ll ltd
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phoi               The Pur<
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ilj  Grocery, P. 0   Bos  ill
HOME   MANUFACTURE
MRS
RUNACRES,   216   SIXTH
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REAL   ESTATE
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Managi i   iv
Phone!
WANTED-ADVERTISEMENTS    LN- T0 rexT-Oh-  I
,i,;' this '"���'>' '"'   -nB'  '' ! tGr ,,n"      room, also one small one       Perm
cent   per  woi .    i      asertlon  o,   I      reasonable.      Appl)     287    \
c ntg per word !'��� i week. ...,,, t
WANTED���Men  to cut  thousands  ot   1
cords of wood.    Appl)  K. .1. Fader,
Northern Crown Bank < Bices, New
VS ��� st minster.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS,
JC.   HAMBER,     ACOUNTAXT     AND
^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^       -I    Auditor.    .Notary    Public.    Convey-
WANTED���A capable  young   woman,    ancer  Room 14, Ouichon block, New
for general housework;  good wages      Westminster, ���  V U  Ikix 795.
JEWElRY.
SELLING OUT OUR EN I
of high-grade  watches and j-wen
��� mi
and 7: 30 p.m.
.-
DOrel
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W   ti.   DRAPER   B   I     LAND
11 e KI   i   : N. .
minsti r, H. C.
.1   il
^H	
01 It    FINE    RES1DENTIA1
in    Bu vi . .       okli
one block from (Ity tram. $ i "
i mi'  In 2 yean
sn .P    in    BAPP1 R i ON
. ������ .-, bund ��� ���
|.00    ��� ���
i Col
t view    .
Two acrt i   In   ���
ti '
��� v .     Tbi   ���
imper side ol uvem
T V  LORS.
\IMvS     ivi.    ' TAI
\     tl'  W     111
in      Button I    I
drli n Su
11   ..i
THEATRES.
IPERA      HOI
.\     N    i'
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i   ilSt. N   riiKATKE     t'OKNEK
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LAUNDKY.
ROYAL   < 1 _Y    LAI NDR.     .. ���
_venu     ad Black !���'���
.. -  will   was]
lanketg for ."��� pa.li       Pl
183.
LIVERY   STABLE
to competent person      Apply  Mrs.;.
R. A. Trethewey, 614 Fourtn avenue,'
city.
ARCHITECTS.
RING   I P    -'."
smart   turOOOl
FOR
Tl
HACKS   ANU
blOB B        ���
, \V    I>   GOOD. EL1-OW.  ARCHITECT.
Room 11   Dominion Trust  block
WANTED���Girl    rot    general    house
work.     Apply I the ev.-ninus. Mrs
W. Q. McQuarrie, Becond street and   EDWIN Q. w. BAIT, ARCHITECT
Fourth avenue. j    Gulchon Block     Telephone 33_.
FOUND.
FOUND���Span of horse., a gray and
bay, strayed into my place. if not
claimed within ten days will be Bold
to defray .xpenses. Geo. Adams.
Owner must  pay  for this ad.
GARDINER    &    SHERRLFF, ARCHI-
:���   's.  Gulchon   Block.       P.   O.   Box
77_        Phone  232.
FOUND���A pair o�� spectacles and
case. Owner can have same by applying at this offlce, proving property and paying for this ad.
AUCTION  SALE.
OUR SALE   TODAY   OF  JEWELRY
{     2v;i.   p.in.   and   7:30   p.m.       Horace
Dorer, . weler
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
FOR   SALE.
.OR    SALE���NEW      BOISE
modern  Improvements. *   For  parti
culars address A   B., News Offlce.
    THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO
dealer. In electrical machinery
fixtures and supplies, house wirn.
ALI,      armature   wiring,    motor  repairing
Hank
/:������'��� >��� 331
MONUMENTAL   WORKS.
B   C   MONUMSNTA     WORKS   JA_
McKsy, iii.iiuf.iv .      and Import'
of iiiuunm.-ntai torn   torn -, building
stone, etc.   Hstisfs ioa gnarantei
Co'uuihia street, .n n Westmlnsi
MACHINE   WORKS.
dd  subdivide  profitably
EIGHTY   .CRE8 AT CLA'
���  rm
SIXTY   ACRES   IMPRO\
Clovei   il'      da  llli
���   .   ;   ���
musl
once in n< . i
marl
.   ��� . ���   ....  ;iiiii'.
_CRB8    IMPROVED   l \ ,M   in
Langley,  bouse   bai a,
��� iring  ������:��� hard teres
eaaj     earing lack
i.'.iin  Boil       This Is  .i    ������ ���
Uu per sere  ua i -hou: \ . ���       nej
m.ik. r for some ..���..  but
Brsl served
WHITE, BHIUC8 I   I
Rea    I'... ������-��� ���    \. v ���
Cty.   farm   sn I   SttOO ���    ���
.���in Columbia streoc
NEW   .'
WOODWORKING
...
���
i    Brood
to ���
i    0    ��� ��� -   ���   i'
���
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
l
THE SCHAAKE  MACHINE WORKS
Limited.   Front   itreet,    New   V\i
minst'-r.      Msnufai I ir.-rg of mod   i
ba��  nn.l    shingle    nun macBtni
Mill  plants and  spectBcstiona  p-.
pare)
NURSERY.
FOR SALE���ADVERTISING SPACE
in the columns of The'Daily News
l'or rat.-s apply to Advertising Department. The Daily New.-. _>. O.
Box 29; or 'phone A22.
YOU SALE���GOOD 200-EGG l.NCL'-
bator, Petaluma. For particulars
addres.-j B. C, News Office.
THE FRASER VAI.LEV NURSERTES
Ltd..   Burnaby  l_.k'.��� Fpr    health j
boma-grovm /ruit tree.s phon.   IC
of  Commerce   building, jHENRlra   N,RSKRIES   -   PACIFIC
I   o  box..        |    ciosst tested seed    trei     ,   ml , bee
*;    supplies,    etc.     3010   Westminster
ELOCUTION. j     ro.id.   Vancouver,   and   branch   nur-
TEACHER   OE
HALE BROS. & CO . LTD    REAL I*
'at'- ant Insurance   Phon. IM
Cotumbls   : . ��� ���   P. 0 drawi r IW
.BBOTT . HYDE. iV  II C Aiuun r
vi inag' ' ���     Real      lata   Ins    '���
convey an
238    I II .1 ��� I'H:
Pboni   ii'.l
.Ml ri  LODGI    SO   -
. '
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'.,.. I Wed
Monda)     renins | M v n- sl    n
..t   ��� .      '.     Pergnsos   oo -...^n
"   '        __] ,::'    '      ____ Ar..    per*
Husk uF   COLUMBIA LOIXJK  nu sgalnst tbi
115. Boo    ��� '    Sag sa I    B   B     lied writing I
D ���   ���        ���  ���   second   sad .,  ,.iit,
A <  !��� ���       ..'.., ^^^
���   K   of  P   ti-il   Arn��B it..   ���    a'   -
V, !.!���.       |; ��� .    lh k .m-    loUTih
w���,;...   v..    ii. ii h   same
cii:.    ... ;      ... ���        Vlnl'.liiS  bnKhnHi
Invited      Q orgi    Bows I
_ ; ��� ��� H
��lttnK of ���'
v.   \
City Hall. A;.r11 7
DC N   i
C.1J
b_i ;. at Booth Vani mver
HELEN   BAIXILEY	
elocution,   physical  culture  and  dra-i PAPER   HANGING  4  DECORATING,
made art     kvery  Monday,  3  to S j,.   Hl*DSON.   WALL   PAPER.   ROOM
p.m..  Kni.hts of    Pythias  ball, or i
992     Hoi n'i..    street,     Vancoavi r.
'Phniip  B:!o35.
FOR SALE���Eggs for hatching. Butf
Leghorn. $1 per sluing. A;.ply 204
Agnes,  corner Elliott.
Ap-
FOR SALE���A good family cow.
ply w. McCnrrach, Wise road.
FOR SALE���SAFE 'ASH REOlt.
ter, Becond-hand, cheap. Box W.
T. F., this office.
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and Ban   i
I ���   ,-   palatini    - i     mining   ;
hanging    and    d( i oi si ng
��� . ��� v   New   Westminster.
FANCY   POULTRY.   EGGS.   ETC.
COOK   ft   ROSS
ARTHUR    O'CONNOR,       POILTRV
���    1049   Eleventh   street, and cook.LEY'S
. avenue, New Westminster, P.
���   125.   Pure-bred Cock rels for
Barred   Rocks,   White,   Brown
u 'l   Buff   Leghorns,   i ���   gs   for
\\ rite    : our    requirements.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS
PICTURE
 p( mm
cards are on sale '���'.
81 itli aei :���' Bum     J   G   Ga
-��� i divan, F. Mackenzie's i  ig store
.:. | ��� The  Fair, ' I ol in bla street.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OP  B   I
P    H    !. .'���       P    ii    l|..\
���
.-ROOM   HOUSE   ON   EIGHTH   MT., j
ul    v.     PHASER LODOI n< i
Mi : ' ���   t;'   v, ���  I
. Isittng
ll.iil.      lavltSd     '"     StteBd
....       \   i.   i    sv   ball   Odd
��  ��tr��ri
Oil Ul   BRI    .i.i i i
Me< el
,N.t     4 ��� ��� . .      I  i i   I
I        ...       Itl     thrf-ol
TENDER. WASTED
Tend rs wil]
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n____w____m\ m:.<mi
mom      ���    ��� ...
. ,i   In.. '���     '.-1111 <lt>   w ���
Mi  .DAM  .  IRWIN. COLUMBIA ST.
Postotttc*     B-'x  *~4
R. ,1 .  tat.   snd Insor- j
Inches, 10
... !..���,...  .i   1
12
1   ACRE  IN  BURNABY  CLOSH  TO   FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAi.i.c- ���/'���    *���'������
��� ri m   lu    the   l-^iti'--.    .
ball K. Clark. W ' "       ^
I': i ���       11    S ���  ' '
��� '
lUg      e|��,-
ance. money to loan      Call and ��eo ;._-,,_..   R0^ . . r, M1.,,VKS  yi    ,, .,,
ur list of city, suburban nnd farm ,    ,��� . ,  r,   Wwinrwiay  at |
��� :'��� Iln 	
_________________________________________
WE H '��� vv thi ��� sciuslTi rlghl U> oE"
BON8 OF 8COTLAND BKM.rH   \s
partly cleared, about ono mile fr"in
Jtinrtn>ii��   at   ;   -
���
  th��-  Ur ���
_Hi____H_Bbia ���.
city    rnBti.. ���
plainly
end of car line,    Sapperton;   pries
����� to ar
range,
social loi    Lo
! .1      Ml BrSl      ������:   I   third
in Ib K. of P
i i.i- r   ���.. . ��� lai '���
PRINTERS
__-_-_----_.----_. .EGOS FOR II \T( HING��� S. C. Brown   :���~^m^^^^m^^^^^^^^^
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOTS |     Leehorns:  er...  IavPr��.   t.  np- sit-1WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVER.
when you can have 2 1-2 acres land '
1-2 acre cleared and in lru;t (gees, ,
on \S'es:minsier and Port Moody '
road, 3 miles from P. O , Westmin- I
.-ter;  permanent water, for J450.
28 ACRES FARM LAND, 12 Cl LII-i
rated; good 7-room bouse and iiarn
on Eraser river, 800 feet deep water
fronta-.'.-; "i mil.- from Westminster, for |1600 cash; balance three
years,
ISO _CRES AT WHONNOCK. GOOU
house.and old orcjjprd, 20 acre- under cultivation; 2 creeks running
through property, no better soil in
Britl ii C ' imbla, near school, st ire
etc., wittnn '���', mil. oi bo u I m lng ���"
railway station. Cook . Ross, opp.
Markel lew >'���"��� si minster, Phone
189,
good  la)ei      $-  . ���
ting   ' Ham Voglsang, poultry
expert, 936  Keefer  Btreet,  Vancou-j
ver   !:   C
k.nd  "i    Job   printing,
reasonable price-;   Phone 55,  P   0
t  142       Old Dally Nev
Sixth ��� ��� :i-'".
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
PROFESSIONAL
RESTAURANTS.
J��OR BALE i" .'ii-re-, i nearly ready
for ploy : 6-room ivv-v stable, etc..
a bargain, $2250 cash; or $2:;."i0 on
time. w. G. Tanner, Hammond. B. c.
.1.   I    MERRY   &  CO,   PHONE  A501.
Conn     of   P. a. ....   snd   Carnai von
il is���   .. iened a  feed and
king   -inble for horses.    Horses
___M^M__M____^ac,.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON  &   .YUNG,  FISH.  FRI i.
Game, V< getables, etc.     Bi gbl��   '
.   ',. - I or Hotel
FURNITURE.
W.    E.    FALES    THE   PURNI. I
lii :il"r  c iho sl rer and Und i
corner Vgm t anil McKenzh
Phon ��� 176, night call sl.
jWADE. WHEALLER &  McQl'ARRlH
IF   c   Wad-. K. C , A    Vi'i ��� i   "    W
i;    McQuarrie),    Bollcil i   .   c ���
tei . etc    12 Lorne   tn   I   ���   poslte
,   . ��� .' thouse,       Ne*      VN ���
i Pbone 143), so i tbe V moSui
Bee V ai No  6   i; iyal Bank <
108 Hastli        ��� ���
OEOROE   E    MARTIN,  BARRISTER
.   B .Hi Itoi       ' lull '"'!:      I"' k,   Co
nd    McKenzli   81      N   '
Westm .', ter,
Wi ter, B   r
W       MYERS    GRAY.    BARRISTER
So Icltor and   '*-'���',   .   Ibi
bio ;.   Clarkson Btreet, <
Courl  Housi       P  0   B- i  l":    Ts
bone 64.
KKNNVS  RESTAURANT    m     CAFE
���   ������-,  2i   meals foi   Jt       Hom<
ooklng   All whits cooks; no 11
. mploj' .i      i );������ n di ���
Opposite trsra oftcs
ROYAL CAPE  (Mrs    Vrcher, proprte-
tre��.).       Four courses. OOD   ���   - "
ti  b     boiled
p iddl   ���
. ntn .��� or  rossi.
(.ffpe or milk
SECONDHAND   STORE
WE   BUY AND   SELL   FIUNII URE
snd -.il I '���'!     il  te a  snd     ���' id
bsnd ��� i Bpeck   near  11 sn_
offli .���
I. O. O. F    ROYAL    Cl I Y    LODOK
N"        Meel Oddfi
Co! , . .1
lng  ,.:-.. P.. .      \ '   ll ��� 'Mr. n
will e n - ��� ���
n   c    c   E Osborne, I* U
���   i
OTHER    PR VI i.KNAi.    BOC1I I IEU
Include the I nlon Lodge,  No   I   .
V and  \   M    King Solomon Lodg..
NO,   17,    \     F     ,ri|    \     \l I.    (i    1.
1150; I. (i   L. N"   I   '  . .
Bapperton US, I. O. F    CO
V Court      to ���
Brotherhood  of owls. Nasi  No.  2��.
I   '
IS'Vi        '.
11   .��''. '
S;.. i IA  ll     '
rla'* '
��� "   ���
p..   ;��������.   ���
��� ��rlly ac. ���' ���'
���
CItv HftH    K\ rll  I I
Mineral Waters
Aerated Wat|
Msnufai
The Model Bakery   J.   HENLE
STENOGRAPHY    <_    TYPEWRITING   COR.  FOURTH   AVE. 4  SECOND  ST
FREEMAN     BUNTINO,     ROOM     14,
���I   ���()   Box d^H
caoaoaoaoaoacoaoac>*.o-'^aosooaoaoaoacaoaooac*caGa'-
PIVE ACRES
ON SIXTH STREET CAR LINE. ALL CULTI-
VATED AND PLANTED IN ASSORTED FRJITS.
GOOD HOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS. THIS IS A
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY EITHER FOR SUBDIVID
ING OR FOR A SUBURBAN HOME. PRICE $10,500
REASONABLE TERMS.
Have .on to, j oui oi" rated ' '   '
biow b    ind  bai I. v  bread I      \ ��� 11
��� a ��� ��� ������.   oi,i once  um.i1, always      ��� I
CUSTOM        STENOGRAPH. ANDl01"    '"'    ��P��lgO   OSkS     an!   I  nn.
I work,  buslaassihun   i   psoislty.
|P(t, i'-M'.l;..      OfflC      CO   I H.   C    MARK   _   SONS.
luml PI   mi   62 'Phono 43".
,*.EW   WESTMINSTER
Tcli-phone  13. Offl^M
Wettmlntler'i   HOSM   * '*"{
IT   PAYS  TO   ADV-ririS-l
IN
THE        DAILY
Y+O+Ci
Revision uf Fire
Insurance Kates
(Continued from r_K_ ou.
ban block li ���   on the ess  Bids
betwi en Eighth apd Ninth wn    ws
referred io th ��� b si i or works for
con le i ion Superintendent or
Worki i nne     ���.. hi go to ChtiHwaek
thin week in ;i ...   .  i .  In viirloiii
streei  wo '���
Tb.   direct arnusements sl  thB
Masks-Yukon Paclfli ixposltlon, Lonli
W Bui kle) ..-. wiiii raferance '��
the ii'. sei 1 ii in be known as
"New Westmin ter Day," .-1 kk 1 iik ,l,r
the plans or tl 1 duncll to i" r<""'
iiniiii'.ii. ii in him, Tin- latter *nM
rsferri 1 t" the   pectsl commlttse.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
FORMER   LUMBERJACK
NOW OWNER OF TOWN
oaoaoaoaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaoao oaoaoaoaoaoaooaoaoaoa-
3ao#o
GET YOUR SPRING  SCIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel   Block,  p. O.  Box 644.
New  Weitminiiter.
.' - of (funs, umbi
ind li-'ht automatic
1 bicycles a specialty
A.ex. Spe.
"Man on tl
!vendors    were    examined    and in Bil
��� .1 s 1 iiiiind  up to thi    liiuiiiu.I.      In
i'lVUil   Ci      Ill'-U-leS     .md     miimiiM   li''
would  .ia)   tii'-re  bad  been  quits !U1
��� Idemlc, but all of s wi) mild lyi-'V
many ca oh not requiring ths ser-
.hi ol a physician, which scountad
for tin inall number reported The
'i ua! monthly analysis of milk Hot
Much wuh found satisfactory. No
deaths from Intoetlous disease wer"
reported during thoss two months
Invitations.
Invitations or the council were re-
��� eived ss follows, iiini accepted:
April   VI,   Opening   i""1
school, _\ ^^^^
Anrli 80, May  Daj   ��� el, liiulnn. liiKH and   two      ires, all of the  timid
May 24, Victoria. Day celebration st Infs ln thi pli        Perrow's rspid rise
Nanaiiiio. '""" povartj ���     ttlusnce reads like ��
Miscellanrous. fairy tale.       I    ,    , ir    :,)(, |,,. worked
The Royal City Gas    Improvement in an upper Mlrhl  ,��� woods as a lutn-
bviaw aa amended, was flnailj passed, her Jack.     Hi      ..r| his tnao+y nnd
and will    be   published     A petiUon now ht_ dream 1., ow,, ;1 town in B
from Daniel French und othi 1    to "I'-'n reality.
nd lay a sidewalk ofl Fifth avenue, Ths   nam,.  ,,.   ,Uh  U1|,)r,.   wm   tm
BubdlTlslon 7 and 13 of i"i ll, subu* changed to P.rrow.
Bsoanaba, Mich   April :x    Joseph
PsrrOW, an  E canaba  man, has cioHiil
a deal   wIht.       ;,    .��� , ,,,���,... (iw���,.r of
Kelvin the village ol  Northisnd,   Marqnetta
county.      He lioughi  iiilriyllve dwel.
of the
FOI^ SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern M"
provemente, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Laird
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash,#batoce|
terms. Apply McQuarrie & C o.,
rYont Street.
NOTICE.
New Weitminster  Dl-trlct.
District of  New We.tmin��ter.
Take notice, that Harriet Ford, nt
Pitt Meadows, B< C, occupation mar
rii'd lady, Intends to apply for permission to   purchase   ths   following de-
���oribed Isadi
planted at tb�� *'""'1"1
,th mi cli.cn
OU.llli' l"'"r;   ���"  '
st oorB 1
���il  iliulnv  '
^_��t hes
1!,. nn'
mui,. or
thence
1^, to AKiuv'"""n
tbe
northei l   1  '
i!
..lint
the point or con   "|
log 160 acres more er B
ent, ci
HARBIST1
ORDON, VlV
M   L, 1 AppiL  27
190.
THE   DAILY   _.I_WS.
PAUF. Til RE.
qo0(J  Bread is Essential to
Good Health.
AMBASSADOR BRYCE
CANNOT ATI END FAIR
British     Representative     in     America
Fo  id  t0  Deci ne   Invitation  to
_��   Present at A. Y.  P.
��� ���'     0 l
s used
���
ai I  no
Robin Hood
Flour
,,    Hog      james
i the Dm
II   ,, p     id ni .1   E
���    || ���  ii   !'
grill 1
���   .iu  in-i-
���������-   tne
.  i me i
n   _prtl 19 and raws
���  ��� '���:
ii cap
ii serlo ,   obstacle
ii  his
0 niiik.
.   ..,:   ... ep the
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Barley Bread
Mo'St. sweet and of delicious
flavor���different from all otner
breads. The reason.' Because
the barley from which Barley
Flour is made has gone througn
a process which takes three
days; this process changes ten
per cent of the starch into grape
suga^���or, m other words, pre
digests that part of it. and also
makes the remainder very easy
digested: we have spent $50,000
in machinery and bui dings to
do this, and believe it will pay.
We know it will pay you to use
Barley Bread. Ask Mark A
Sons   or   Gardhouse   for   a   loaf.
Barley Flour.
We   put   this   up   in  trdl   sacks.
Ree p's for bread, scones, etc..  in each  sac-1.      WE
GUARANTEE   THIS  FLOUR.
y&WM ALBEltf
rudantfitfeassKCtsuif
10 pc'jr.s each.
m
Barley Flakes.
Standard Oil Active
Near Prince tiberl
Our U-es-. Breakfast Food. The bar'ey noes through the same pro-
m cess as 'or flour. Watch this space fo. .estimonials from those who
4 have  been  relieved of indigestion and const.p.ti on through using these
FI a k i
A' - , . grocer fo' a 10-pcund tack of flour, also for package Bar ty
F 3.<.<:s,   15c.    Cook  Flakes  30  minutes  without   stirr ng.
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY
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Beef, Mutton, Veal
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,��d  ;..���.'d   ::,.     ^����mlw -     ;  �����J�� ���JlU. lhp U_1T���. ta B v,m
Iw ��� th b-places     is -rwi.^ so maaat, 189?, irsa  held  the
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the pitatatiwis.  blslorj of tlw ooantty.   li ssaa s re-
mtloB ol if;<   nmn ol the BUtehes ol
GAMBLING  POS   3IBLE T��BBS,   Iftiiur-   T.mtory     and     OBIS-
MONEY  SAVEfD   IS
MONEY EARNED
a laviagB seconat 'n this bank is
lyMnXn Investment     i- psy�� jxm soin
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time you  want  It    Church wclStleB,
batBraal  orjanlsations,  clubs,    iiade
���aatoas sad imslnese ssaOeiattoBa **iU
find if convenient to   have    sarplan
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It's  a  s-wil  Wsa��� try  it ���
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TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER  $50,000,000
New   Westminster.   B.   C   Branc*.
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
He. the nort* pwU��ja 17 by 5 ctwUiS
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TprTvate rooms horns, asd uiar,. than .0,000 cowboy.
.  nnd ���'  tUiiu.i..h_  In.luiis <*;i_.     and,      _. .        - -
rnv.ad at  hv *a��t_ w ched their i*mv-.    Ths Influx   ol   (�� i.-_ acre_) of   sui.division U saa
Jom *'..�����   sIth  .i settlers ;��   the Jamhand-   .ind    the   th(,   uorln    poru����   io  ty    e.h&tn.   I*
menced    .1*11"-'    ;l r'""'h tewl��oo  of Wtern Taaas had jmcrM).  of  sub4jVis_on   13 of bot 19-
.    J 1 .I-.::-���.;: ffn^^a^^r^^S 0��W    .   B^ IK,   Nv. NVe9tm.n?:er
-    .*, ,n   prtvate of   ii-   ��aachs_, and as men ...     district. ..    _
,���'",'"��;.'Ul, the ;���-'>��� M��_e ^'" '"**" t"lt "u! '"   ���'������,>""s" .     ftf-snaa pr��x^ ��f thr loss of eSTt*.
in.i'i code.-and   "',;*'' bl   the ��_te�� of-ahe soM. i fir ate of title au_��_er -.20P. issued in
vats -i.!"1*11"!- lasses
nc. "'   ''������ law. Tho .^..^liavs us-po. ular
own !����� hi����- permit- )N Nebraska to
_( a blaekijack iaa*t 	
mc.te or dkis auaaaer wiwtw, issued in
! thij name, of Ch_a.es F. Sprott, Lucy
.__   Christine Sprott, Hrancis Kaia Scbcu
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unboB ot uis trteaas
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,<'*,a*'iaui'til'.ne resort.
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.ai-r^i-vi,-,., tl,.   U >.;ir.>ll Uiy shot ai Wv-   at   the explrtMion of one  month  from
'   mar . hj  lv-virici. ati Itaflaa laaasetjtha date of the1 ffrst publication bere-
_, .       ,  -U-al    yaatertai     wttbout    h-'v��n�� >"���*-,of, In a dallj nearapaiier pubMsha* m
ii   t.Vr saimblla.    piSffHiflS.     In U��e j_��j_n-d asmscioasasBa. I k    ,.,      . .. _  ,vr��_,mi���M��_
I.,!...    of'   lb.     I'..a��-Ji"^ . wa.    3ortrS  stho ��* Uusasaasa by a|thr  c,ty ��* New  ^estmlnstw, tseoe
shown   thai   tiv    lefeaiatt)   '���-. me  ti-mb   wa-   KSSCMri    .    ^h.-riff  Trade. ;* ilsplicate of the ��ald certlllcate. u��-
iwiii  io sleep   _i   sat\ Wv-' JBMe was  ,ui��i  biOugtu  is BsatHca, Bftsrt h_ i* Isisa in the meantime valkf objecties
i.mi -i_. lll,��   la iv ...tiiiy Jail  under RiaM. |fe_ ^j. t0 ra_ ,n wrttln_
  .un.   be bai been take, sway a mos ���
" lof   a i.m i  Wuv!'.     tuna    attM-ki-.l  t.e j C. B. KKITH, f
'itaUbii camp  .md sltsr a IU.*  i_��1_- District Reslstrar o* Titles.   t
ma*   drove  the XoraHewSi  &>��*�� |^nd   Registry   0*ee,   New   West-
I          .                    ���-                                 I town,    wauls,   t.. it,   u.t    to   r ".um *              ���        w    ��">'
loniiuii A���rll ����-flaaeral 8taWh.-P| |Th, *,.��,! then barned tha haak oars ���*��������* B- C, March 22, 1909.
raSrsrfon Army   l�� makm* >senai^ oasipind bj the l-bowaa.	
ions bafts* tor   i lose "r   ��aa#rioa,
��hlchl��s��pac. to msbe bafcVa aast'
Inter     ll.   will   makt.   wo  lhf-*��"k' Still at Cut
,      Brst dBro-Rh   Engh��d, th* H*      MlU-l. :.�����... N   Y. M.r.i 26.-H*. -org..
,     b - norih a   I    du- lecond In   ��u.��, K.  Heahli   who Is Altera,  to be the
,,   _M____tes       iu   >li"  time, be 'oia-.i pclnin In ihe world in po.at ol
:     |    i. ,,,,���,     1 everything  wlij   active sarvlce,  Is tahtai a  few days'
.,���._*',���,  i ,s trsa.*Af,.iiuir   vaijBtk.,,   befor,   sUrtlni    in   lor an-
""'"' ..nil,,,   .*..,    nl   the cs/��e.      Heath  lia.s
''' | ^__  .."���nt   si.i.-t'vr     war,    sattlof   t\*ji.���.
i*nd Bbhoitfti he i- s- years <���>* aB��, he
Socialists  tv  P>'l"at'*- fm -till  shle to .!�� B (OOd day*, work
wl_Blnea   Ai'ui   ,l.    Oo  6ai��"lay, joa the local   spors at BUenvMHs,     in
u���� 1   Wtaslmi will ..vor.11r._M tiv .ad.lHum  to bis  regular work as com-
....,',    lan. of tin   Winnipeg toclal- fpoMior. Heat*     - for j ars pertortaed
is.   JT. i..    wlin.-<I   iv*   first   orgaa.tswtl [ths dntlee of overseer ol the !K>or to
Westminster
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BaKgage   dellvereo   promptly   to
an.   part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
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free   a   cuke   ol   tbeii   lamoBS   Plantoll THE       DAILY          NEWS
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PAGE FOUR.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
"^LSDAY.   APRlL 2/
130.
The Daily News
published V
ing Compan
The Daly News Block, corner ol Mo
the t'-xi hook ami on the sufoj c- unde- to pul the tiiame on the printer!    \
examination?   A.    Y.      Q.    pid Pn _���. .   q.   Is not the government print-
inirr McBrlde visi: tha: convention and ing department in charge of an honor-
rhe Dally News Publish,  psomlse to carry out every resolution , ,���  and  experienced   printer   honored
Limited, at their offices,  -f   he   could?    A.    Yes.    Si      pages ,   getting   a   medal   from   King   bid-
ll and  in of ill,, report of the n   v ward?   A.    Yes,   Q.    In an.  event i-
Assoclatlon of School Trustees pilnted u  noi  the dutj  ol  the writer or au
Kenzle snd Victoria streets,          by the government In 1908.   Q    Wh* . .,..,.��� a,���| correct  tn,   printed
______ ���.^~~~.~���~.~.~^���     ,|j,l    ]u,    faj|    t(J    ca,.]v     jt    (nn     1,,.;     Q]|d ,,.                \         V,..
A. Paige Managing  Director summer?    A.    Too hard,    U      m.i tne Favoritism cr What?
Conservative press give the    Premlei q    \\ ...   did  inspector Stewart  :"-
credli for having greai Influence o\ upii. a- sen Westminster
and success with the Imperial Govern ;.,                  ,. quesU< n, and wh. did
iment in getting Fan- Plaj  for Britl h., ,,-,,   Wilson Instriict the puplh ai
Columbia from iho Dominion Govern Nanaimo to wo k II out as it was?    \
ment?.   A,   Yes.   y    Has it explained i      Q,    |8 li   noi    candalous
how be has bo little Inuence oxer ana .,,             . na should hav. bei _ treat,
success with his own education depart _ a different manner bj  thi
ment that he could not fulfill his prom .   ���   .,,  tho��e two  places?     .
ise given to that'convention   and ���-". \          \i New Westminstei th   pupil
treal the children of the public -I'li-mi
with  fair play?    ....    No.
West End Snaps
I   have  two cheap  buys In  the  Wr>l   End  of  the  city,  which  a-,   small   _p��.._
nice turnover within  the  next few month.:
No.   1���Two  lots  on  Twentieth   street,   above   Eighth   avenue.       CSn daltvsi
the  balance  in  six  months.
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TUESDAY.   APRIL   27.   1909
MAKING SCANDALS.
\. .ia Instance of the method of cast-:
iny discredit upon the Government, the I
following example will suffice. Mr
Taylor, of Leeds, was criticising the
exp mdltures for the ship channel, and
he purported to read from the Auditor-
Gem rat's reporl where certain tadlea
blouses, ladles' costumes an.l ladies' !
cloaks had been purchased for a St.]
La* rence rivei   ��� ia
Tlie matter was overlooked  al   thi
time l"',t  "l""1 examination    ll    was
(Ound thai the word "ladies" did
appi ar In thi book ai all. In thi mean
AN   IMPO.S.IBI.K  yi* KSTION.
Simplify
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tin n bad .i verj simple quest on and
. : lme At Nanaimo thi > Had
iM. one snd wasted a i<.i
t.i um. y. Is it urn ai... . cand iloti
thai .. pupils ai both places, who
gai       ���   correct ami  true answ ir to
u b! Ion    Id gi t no credit tor
It? . Yes Q. Wa li noi parti
culai j i nj i ��� o the pupil w ho ti led
thi   guesl Ion a    It n bs on the :
and ni' t<   to   the an
��� v. i   li cannot bi doni.   snd afti r al
_ ��� ci. lu for It.    \      "i es, \ ���
No.  2���Three   lot<
for $650 cash.
66x132   on  Tenth  avenue,  between   Eighth  and   Tenth  ��trr.
List your property  wth me snd  I  will endeavor to find y*u pur hSSB-S.
J. J. JOHINSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK,  COLUMBIA   STREET.
PHONE
���. ontinui .I "ii  I'.i. ������
BORN
y.   Did ths departmenl  plac   that
Impossible question on the arithmetic
D ,i   pa] >:   last miil-iiiiiiii. i'.'    a    Yes    y.
\\ ere the pupils a   Victoria   .\. -
and  Cumbei land  compelli _   to
time  the   story   had   been   circulated   their time trying to solvi   tha       po_
ghoul   Canada   that   the  Marine  Bib Do   ijuesUon?.      \     ,   .     C.    Did
n       Merit    had    purchased    ladi a   -'    P 'P I find tbi   real answi .       a
,    ,    ,     .      ,     les, i '..��� pui H at I ���'���    It i an-
blouses, costumes and cloaks tor the n<i( be d0__���   Q   [g |( ;
sal lor 8  on   a   St.   Lawren ��� dglng  many  other  pupils   pul   that   i
Mr. Brodeur raised the question  answer?    A.    Yes.    Q    Did
i'ii  get   full   iic.lv   foi   having  tiiu. i    "he officers and membei   ������ L  u.
directly   ansivi-r.-d   if.'     A.     N",   v t   11    '*    -N:'    ! '���"'"   ;'r'    :
"Kx.iiir.n.:-" t.iii thi   truth in the Vic-   :l'-' Orange  hall,  Knights  ol   P
toria Times ol  March 29    Q     What hlock, a;  om   o'clock on  \\ ��� ��� ���  .11
DORER    In 1 iis 1 Itj    .   Ro   il Colu
I i      :  ���    , 1   I   .' itl     1909, wil
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Funeral   Notice.
of privilege, and Mr. Taylor ad mi 1 d
ihar although be had ri id th word
"ladles," the word ladies did noi appear in the book
The fact is that these ������ re ordinary
clothing for the sailors, the same that
had been purchased for years past by
tht- department, but the scandal had
pone forth and ootiin not be caught.
Since the commencement of thi- ,-ts.
sion nothing of a scandalous nature
has be.n charged against the- Government It is rarely that a new parliament meets without _iany charges Of
political corruption    being    preferred
a��_in. .  the  winning  -M-.    This is a jthose two places who worke :  1
circumstance which kUould be regarded as in favor of the Government.
Then again, since the session commenced the only item of overpayment
was in regard to a piece of belling,
and the explanation of this seems to
have  been  quite  satisfactorily.
That the report of Judge Las-eis
was a grea: disappointment to th.- Op-
iwsltion  is  evident.    The   people    ct  _.,.���..
' *     ' men nave a simple question?    A.  1
Canada  however,  will   be   pleased   to U> simple  that   they  worked  it   in   a
know  that  the  service  is  in  such a few minutes.   Q. What excuse has th,.
Id
impossible question on the paper''    A
���ejThat   i-.   was   the   printer's   tault      (._
services have been    dispensed    wim,  with the exhibition of such ignDrams
���wer..- men in the majority of ca-es, ap-i��n the Canadian history paper (which
j.  inted years ago by the Conservative lranrK: Mam-.I  on   the printer!
ii._ "Examiner" say? A. 11. said
that question was thrown oui and no
pupils got any credit for it. (.. u bo
is "Examiner?" A. He is Ilk
Ignorant sycophant who but! _ In, in
a vain effort to help the department,
bul In- lias merely ,,ut it di eper in
the m'.re. Q Were th , upl at
New Westminster INSTRUCTED to
change that question? A .-��� y.
Wi ' ������ the pupils at Vanco iver ALLOWED to change It? A. Y'-s. 1 ..
Young told the Legislature so, and
that the pupils there work.-1 it out
correctly.    Q.    Did   '.dose   pupils,   at
cor-
recti-, get credit for their work? A
No. their time was wasted, if ' r.x
aminer" told the truth, t. u.i- 11
not strange that Dr Young should tell
the Legislature that those pupil, at
Vancouver worked tnat question 1 >r-
rectly���if he then knew that they got
no credit for iheir correct work"'' A.
Yes. very strange indeed that he aid
not tell the whole story. Q. w tien
the pupils at those two places onang-
ed the minus sign to division did '.hey
then have a simple question?
April 28, tor the pui po
the toneral ��.f .>m- late bl01 b(     W, <l
Members ol L O. L. 159
, ;..:..      . thren a 1   Inviti 1 to
tend      B        ier,
U. G, PATTERS! is
to     M
Ayrshire Bulls
FOR   SALE.       YOUNG   STOCK,   D1F   1
FERENT     AGES:     ALSO       FEMALE
CALVES.       ADDRESS
W.   R.   AUSTIN.
Westminster Junction, B. C.
FOR   SALE.
Crystal Theatre
AN   AWKWARD   SITUAT,    N
THE   GAMEKEEPER'S   DOG
THE ZULUS HEART
1 \
REDHAM   BOY.
DRILL
FANCY
OUR   FARM   YARD   FRIENDS
11
JUST  ONE  WORD  OF  Cl   N
LATION.
Matinees 2 to 6.   Evening ? p.m.
Admission    10c.
M \.Willi.   J    M
ChilJrcr
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: The Lion
.Brand
| of Boys'
t Knickers
"GET THE HABIT"
Edison Theatre
Animated     Picture,     and     I Ijsfjted
Sengs.
PROGRAM    FOR   MONDAY    AND
TUESDAY
been led to expect. Th. officials whose
Government, and  while  this Government  must bear the blame for their
wrong acts, ihis Government was not i
to .lame for taking them into the service.   Aat all events a very disagreeable duty has been performed in di an
ing the service of men who failed to i
realize  to  the  full  '.heir  responsibilities to the people.
Th,- fact that the commissioner (,x-,
onerates  the minister  from  any  con- :
nectkni with BUch wrong doing a   s i
exposed is also a matter for con
ulation. In fact no membi r of the pn*. |
ent Governmenl hag ever been charged
with a wrong act since ls:<6.   This 1- j
a good record, and one winch the peo- |
pie of Canada will not forget,
The Government lias made it a .und- j
antly clear, that any wrong-doing wlll <
he visited by immediate dismissal, a*i 1 I
the fact that a large number of ortic-
ials have  been discharged,  will  have
a salutary effect ui��on tbe si rvlce as j
a whole.    The wholesale slur cast upon tbe department by the first  Civil
Service Commission ha   now b en removed and th.- other gentlemen    who
remain In the emploj  of the Government may know thai thej  a:    ��� 1 long.
er under suspii on.   This wai an unfair fvitun  of the iv lings ol thi  bra j
Commission,   which   ha d   gener-
all.. condemned throughoul   the  country.              ___        	
The Education    ��� ��j3
Catechism ||
By J. N. MUIR,
Former    Principal    of    Victoria
High  School.
++++++++++++++++++++++++
Q.   Should everybody be Interested
in the cause of education?   A.      Yes.
q.   Should  the education department
,be    above    reproach?    A.    Yes.    t_.
Should the department be an example j
to the pupils of the public .-c.-.xii 111
everything that if fair, truilitul    and j
straight?   A.   Yes.   q    Doss not the
education   department  of   British   Co- j
lumbla come up to this .standard?   A. 1
'-' ' ' liable that this ques-inr. '.a.v
put on through ignorance also? a.
\i;���     Q    Waa it  not a cow :-ii.   act
SOAP
ARE  BUILT   I
SEATS    AND    '
AND    LINED   THROUGHOUT 51/LS  If    V
TO  16 YEARS OF  AGE.      PRICES  FROM
50c    $1.75
\   l'\l!t
EXTRA GOOD VALUES AT   75
75C
TOILET  SOAPS.  5c,   10c,
and  25c   PER  CAKE.
SHAVING SOAP.  I.c  PER STICK
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
W* buy for cish and sell for the s
' The  Hn twin .   Bints
The   Indian .   li"- ii'
15c, 20c     ���       Inten
before ths public of Westmin ti i
Lost  ..ti i  i'i tad
"The Troubli irbun
"The  Vlkll I
"Wanted    I 8i     ���    is Ms
tfttr U
llluatrati d ���'      l-  Rei i
PHILUPS,
THE WARDROBE]
CLOTHIER
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR THE   ED  SON
ORCHESTRA  THIS  WEEK.
WE    HAVE      LION    BRAND"    SUITS.
oaoaoaoaoaoacoaoa��>aoaoac-ao 040��0*0^0aoaooai ��� ���
+++++ + ++ + + +++++++++4444444+++++++++++4+4****** **
ASK   YQVR   GROCER   FOR
��B5_S��BBSB53BBBBB_BBB__0: ROBIN HOOD FL0U1
JOHNSTON'S
;
Don't forget that we have
the best
Men'
W 1
m
a
For
etc
And ne�� that you a"  ''���
Wh.jl,   B-riey.   OaU.   Chop.     OHfckSfl    F.rri.    C'.i"
a��K   ui.       We   wil   ne that   you   get   it   prompt ,
HALE BROS. & CO.
I>.
Phon*   335.
1-6  COLUMBIA   STREET
P.     0       D'.l.a"
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4444444******
JUST   KEEP  THIS  SHOE  STORE   IN
MIND, SIR.
******++++++++++++++++++++4M++++++++*4444444*******
Fountain Pens
Like   other finely  constructed mSChlnSS,    require    care'
th_r.-f.re, ��hOuld  be manufactured   ol   tie   but   mater...    ind  *��r"
manehip, and  elmply conBtrudod   In   order   to   reach   lh "  rL'",
of   unefulneee.     We   handle   such   pent.       The   "WsstlTl "
r>*ade  by  Ihe  be��t   known  Bntiih   maker,  and   the   L.   E    ���'���   '
by  the  belt  known  United  Slalee    rrfaker Pen.   frO       J
Good onei, every  one  guaranteed.
Our Woman's
Display
Shoe
f& is of great interest these days to
Hj women who have a liking ;for
^ good shoes.
No. (_. liid the department aak the
pupils lasi mldsiiininei in Canadian
history, who was th_ present Premier
of Australia? Sfes, And of EJngland?]
v. s. ij. Does the department know
that thai is nm Canadian history? A,
Too haul. Q, VYa_ ihal an Illegal
question   because    contrary     to    the
SchOOl   Act?      V     Yes,   thl    School   A'l
says the pupils will b. examined ns
In the presci Ibed text. Q Is i be am
:,��er io thai <iu. stion t" be found in
th.. authorised tew book? a. ,m>
Q. Did the Provincial Schi o] Tru I .
Convention In October, IB07, pan a
resolution that ths iiuplla should be
I,   i questions whltln thi   soops of
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
msBBBB&m
J. J. MacKay fe? Co.
-TATIONERS NEWS DEALERS
*++*+++++++++++++++++fmfm4mn444*********t
WE   ARE
REA.1   TO  SHOW
ny (*l|r
lati
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
you how It Is cheaper to
hii hciims   building    to��
than  ll   ll  tO  V ;*'"r'
kind.      w..   iv polnl   "
bnlldULfi bul i "����> "ur """"'
i i.. ';'
Hals   that   I'  '"
can   polhl   ' '      * ���   |
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New Westmin.ie
IN  B. C.
SI ADVERTISE
Ltd.
NEW TUESD
AY.
APRIL   27,   1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FTVH.
rn
Cash Store
T. H. Smith
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THE
Cash Store
*������
*
Broad Showing of
Women's
Suits
���' ' ment of Women's suits arrived today and is on view in iho man-
:.'.    They embody all thai is correctin style,  workmanship and
1 We have not the space to adequately detail their various pood
I Jorae and inspect them personally. Prices from $12.00 to $45.00
Brilliant
Display of
Wash Goods
-   buy   your   wash   goodt
'    ���������'    e   the   icl-cllon   I*  com
Wr     never     h��d   a   more
���'"ve  display.
White Cross
&��r Muslins
���i 'Trent designs In white
*����.   crot��   bar   and    overcheck
muihn.
White
Vestings and
Swiss Spots
We are .howing a particularly
natty range of white veltings.
plain and fancy���also Swiss spots,
dimities and brilliant cloth. Prices
11   1 2c,   15c   25c   and  35c.
PR|CE  15c   20c,  30c  sn
d 35c.
New Dress Muslins,
New Dress Linens,
New Ginghams,
New Chambrays and
New Zephyrs.
T. H. SMITH
^quarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
Tbi    ������ ��� isl  meetln.
>: ... iptured tb*
The Oph a.:,
�� ' .        Bhe   will   bs  m
[ -. .    i . mei ivi-i
.���.::   n lii .,   ni I ���
j _ ....-r.s  and    any
Dd    Of l work,
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- -it  the  Fraser   Mill,  la-    w el        i
_��__��_.   - A tooontl__B ii.
,'  nl"        ," '    ":i1  I���* thereupon
������'������ Columbia strei
''   ' " iBll    match           ,     -  th*
Cubs,    postponed
ill'" n ol the rata   nil
v
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'��� isly annou
tilled  a3
SEE
THE   NEW  GOODS  ARRIVING  DAIL Y AT THE BIG FURNITURE STORE.
WE   DEFY  COMPETITION.       ONLY  FIRST-CLASS     GOODS     IN     STOCK.
CALL  AT *
W.  E.   FALES
House Furnisher and Undertaker
70-71 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
Evi    '    ���     for 1      garden
������
l . :    .   .    .
: t your
I
I i Hood '���
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ternatlonal on '
Thi .
:                BOO and   hir:>>.
1/       Hoopai Hu             : Shawcross
ff.- England,
may do. ' ���.-���.   valua-
- -4on��   bm .  can   secure
���   _���:.���.::. rt   I y   in-
..r,i- pro;..:"    In ttai
Ike the  li - "    1  _ Connectt-
I (._���    1 Hartford, through White. Shiles
| a Co, JM Colum:.u street, city     ������ |
Hans Vog.sani, Poultrj  Pood Is ths'
b��-s'   Al jroar grocers and drug.iK. ���
*   ���   ��� ..   convict- ged  with jail
- .   .    else atl .  I
: B   O.     , Br..   were
- bt  uj>  before  Hi-  How -
H. raj   yesterday   to  i ���������      :
i    .',    Clark   pleaded  not I :-1
��       ���   ��� ;���-.. i.n Mu;   i      J.i*.' ��� Mui-
:��� . ���    v.     igslnst htm    *���.
;- ���   .-   ooi  ��������� ���    .       ne
oj  . ;. |  tiro ait-nipt
tbi re   ar. I  gSS   ol   Sti   '
I M- .--"i !i   aud  twi      -   Inst
F   .--,:: ��� - - _U   will  bfl   tried   at  the
itns.li,, neb I      ��� ns on '���' - ���  -'
Th. i rjrsta   th< stn extra
.��� ��� ��� on this ��'������- _   rh
les ol ��� v   ��� .
... Ir program  lor
....       acludes i _ood
nd toi
storj    ;.iciure.' Tl-    Heart  ol s
Zulu" mi the "tie baad .inl   An Aw*-
��� .  .
proi ��� d di. i ' ���'**'- night     "
An sl   li  'v.   ��ill    ;,.��� given  Bl  the
.. .   -   ot Mrs   Storm,   ...   .       treet,
rnoon an l evening,
i_ -.-        .V
lervi i   :.i   . b ol ten cents
. :       ... eds will   go  to
-   i |     th.  Swedish Lathi sn
Ion.    iv.���  i "'V   '���-��� Icome. "
.here WuS a pood attendance at the
mon ������������  th<   W   C   T. I'
.i   th,. baud .f trade i.'m yesterday.
An   inter,   -.1. gram  included   -.he
��� ���    b.  Mr-   Robson on
��� . ��� -     f thi srork la tha On I d
_'���������;. IpOUdl lie'      'A.;.       ������' -id
fr un the  I rovtadal  supanntsnd
The saaus vne in f��H
eu^ioii. aad this ��i!'. be arranged for
at ih..- next monthly meeting       \ so-
B ill   he  held at   B ivia-
. during .- summer,
Bai I.'.1   Hr.. |  1 'i .'���  ��������� ti
de:.    -��i et    ,i- a tint        i on,  page
MOTION, VE.., PORK
Fresh   Pork    Sausages   daily.
Best   of   Firmer*!   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market -^3__
Phone 192
McNE.EMV & AMitKSON
Columbia St.
Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and way
stations   will   run  every hai!
hour   from   5:50   a. m. La?',
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver a:
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minute, for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
���   British Columbia
4*4++++++4++++++++++++++++
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutea after
the hour, commencing at 6:SO
a. m.
Sunday service hall-.our'.y between S:30 a, m. and 11. p. m.
Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
++++++++++++++++++++++++++1
PHONE     97    WHEN   YOU    WANT
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 for25c
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for ... 25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can   10c
Assorted Jams, regular price 25c tot..
3 for 50c
BUTTER.   EGGS, and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICcS.
Adams & Deans
Mr-.   Knna. r, s   bags   '���"   thank I). r
customers tor    theli           *agi sad
owing ... tbi  removal ol .    miss snd
si i- io       wtaaaa wm
.    .-.. id Inu d until thi  Ball M
Eastman's
Kodaks
and
imateur
Photo
Supplies
JUST FIGURE
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Agents
CURTIS'
DRUG   SIORI;
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  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 COLUMBIA ST,
PHONE U
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PACK  SIX.
THE   DAILY
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WS.
TUF. .DAY
APRIL
V
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APPLELAND
SHAH HAS DECLARED
ARMISTICE AT TABRIZ
HOW
TO   PREVLNT
LOSS   OF   FREIGHT
Persian Ruler kgt
Peace After Long
and Much Slaughter
"OS    to
Siege
olong'
,n    _prt|  _8    Tin
ooii.-i n    i   io .hi  in li Dnlti
tion of t1"' srmistice ai   I
th,  . otrance ol unlimited supplies
��� h,   city,  �� lii' li  tor a  month  has  I"'' U
ii, b   vi!.   ..I  glege   di fi ndi d
nation. "      i ons i utlonall
again T  6 '" '    soldiers ,of    the Shah
Man)   persons
To .,,,.�� at tbe trouble and e_p< n ���
. .       being   lo t  "i   vim
... .   Mi(   l anadian I -
v' !   ��� ���'"' ;  amoni     in
*t .,;  the    .iiini'a'
vl         '���'' I ��     ���<
.    I,, It-Ill ,     I    ". '������
0��   mis      iree of 1
|���   tbi     nni li 1   .    a
. : .       llue   IV' '
.::..     .,1,    freight
.ii j ad
t other tbiti
Hould    i  iv
....      ins    loi   ���������.
Bank of Montre?
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LACROSSE
STICKS
McBREARTVS  AND   LALLY'S.
ALL  FIME  STICKS.
AT
MOREY'S
663 Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
I
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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Manutacturtrt and Deaiert in All A'ina*
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
* Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
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PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office,  Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
have  been ^^^^^^
uli, r -ide. and the Inh i ill   nth ol the
i ������ I i. - | tn ,i   i  .
in  osttj    of the 8b th
, ��� j v. ,i offli i be the n   lit ol
_ ith   th.      esl gi I
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Telephone 12.
made  in  person
ned after co
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ol tbi has J longl    ..: v i
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GREAT   IRISH     HOME G'-'NG
'.���'.l   Me   in   Ki !���-*'._..  lh.   Slogs,  of
S0.000 Americans.
-
land .���:-.���
his a* ih.
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Synopsis ui  .anatiian   Huiii_stead
fiegulalions.
s Dominhn Lands Agency or au
agency fur tbe district in Which tb>-
land Is situate. Entrj by pro��y ma>
however, he mad. at an agency on
certai. condltlnns l,y th. father, uiotu
er. BOO, daughter, :,r. ilier ur sl- i-r af
an intending homesteader.
Tbe homesteader ii rejulred to ;���
>.   dM tbi ' ... 1*10
.  ... ......      .,    ,_    _#M>_
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pdn
in
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Ent.rlainrrarnt    ������    Burnaby
1   hull,   ltttrn.11,,1,
'
form the borne lead   lutlas under one  j,.,,.
of the foi.owing plan. '
TIME TABLE.
(1)
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At  !��� :i_t  nix  month.-'  ri vh-n .-
H.   Hv.
and  cultivation "f th. land  In  ... .
.car (or three ���.'���urs.
S.S. Kerland
Leav��- Langley at .00 a.m.; arrivi
at Port Haney at 8:15 a.m.. arrive at
McAdam landing at _:30 a.m..; ar
rite at Hammond at *Mu a.m.; a rive
at Port Kells at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave New Westminster at 4;on p.-
in.; arrive at Port Kells at 5:30 pm.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:00 p.m.; arrive at McAdams Landing at 6 1" p.m.;
arrive at Port Haney at 6::;.', p.m.; arrive at Langkiy at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. 4. K. Wharf, daily except Saturday
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the steamer
Transfer will leave Hrackman-I*. r
wharf -very week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 8 p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and way pons. ba;-
urday at 2 p.m., returning to New
\ 'eStmlnster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, .eaves Westham [stand
every week day morning, except Friday, at "a.m., and Ladner 7.45 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham island Ij a.m.
and Ladntir Bt 8:46 a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change
-without notice.
For freight and passenger tat.-s ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
A_y avail" Dominions laud. wr._
l_ the rallwt. ..It in British _ol_t_
bla, may be _u:ne_L_a led by any p.raon ; ea���jj
*'bo ia the pole bead of a family, or
any male over ls y.ars o: age, to tne
extent of one-quarter section 01 161
acres, more or lesa
Entry m
the local
which tbe land is s.tuate.    Entry bv [ownership in land will not meet thiiJHili
-
an t
ferv Chai
����    * -'���'-  -*  �� '"  ����. '
Desires, perform ths    raqnlrad   resi.  R   Hi:i ...     . ,,
__,  dence  duties   by   living  on    farmitiK  Rowe   Vii v  ��� .        , M
)r__ or 1.S8
I land owned   solelv   bv   him.   uot  le.-,.  Bukei     .1
must be mad_ personally at | lhan e,.hty  , ��� r,,  ,��� (..,ent   ,��� Ml I    i
'���.nil   nffl.a   for tho   .lUtriet   li, '.'��� Ml
!T^..l.��.!:    ilt_.!l^ vicinity of his homsstosA   Joint, .     ,   .,
  �����
!������*���'
t.-r    of Erin 1
.
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Jin th. 1
lain ment   will     Ue   ,
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BIG   OPIUM   SEIZURE
It  TO  BE  SOLD
proxy may, however, he made on certain conditions by the father, motner,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of tbe following
plans:
(1) At least six mouiog- residence
upon and cultivation of the land Id
each  year for three years.
(2) If t_e father (or mother, if the
father ls deceased!, of the homesteader resides upon a farm In tbe
vicinity of the land entered far, the
requirements as to residence may be
sauefied by such person residing wita I measurement
.   la ,
_l_iiiii. i, .elite pur-
1' .... I ������.,! St.. m Wlll
the dlrei tlon ot Mr    Don I ���   ���      .....     torn   autborlile - I
in    U ' ,; | ��� ing.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Uracil"! .      in..     Ml- - .....,��...
father i_ deceased) of a hom'-steader  program    will   begin  at t ,,. .      . . ... k��   ��.ir
oas permanent residence ou  tarttlfif |Toaada.   Bad vi.   [unoceeds ��i.l !'.- d��   Into <-ff��cl tatloa
land   owned   solely   by   bim,
requirement.
(,.i    if the father tor motuer, If ttie | Hra.-h. r
��,'  |
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il
i
Dated
���
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To   Ri ti-      M
II     Mv.li   i
IVssy an I Wl II im v-
1
not les_:V:,w| ,".!,ll,;.;      u;"". o7 opium  lo   .nn   bul  medicinal pur
Thi re will  be repet! km o ne ,ljOM.,_
Ipsrformani    _   B    Mai mslgnroeti      imount. to
t.ie vicinity of the homestead, or op-1Sapperton. on Thursday evening, April |fl, .       n.
Lt-an  eighty  1^0)   acres  In  ixtent,  in
LAND   REGISTRY   AC
on a homestead entered for hy him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own resideoce diiUeii bj
living with the father  (or mother).
(4i The term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs is dedned as
meaning not more tlMin nine miles Id
19,  al   -   '���
KEEPS  CROSS   DOOS.   SO
CAN   GET   NO    MAIL
l ,i. ..ma    \ vii   jr.    No   id"      mall
will t... del ren i bj  L'nch  Barn's car-
I ll I s   ..1      he    I,nni,.   Of   Ml      .Hill    M I
_______i
.in i i     ��� .    . ing io the
prohibitory   law   which ��me effeo-
u.. April i       i'.      ile ol     ��� im ��ui
. in ch irgi ni tin i niti d Btsti    mat
thai a' lbs Hutton building,   ���
Spnvgue  .iiii   Washington    iiaets,  in
' Bpokaas
the father or mother.
(3) If the 3etUer bas his permanent residence upon farming land own
ed by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon tbe said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one year.
at an annual rental of Jl per acr*
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one Individual or company
K royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W, W. COKY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
a direct line, exclusive of the width o   Henrj   In  tbe north end     Postma*
of   road   a lowanc.s  crossed    In    the   ts.   II   I.   \'"taw notified  them   .iJhln
rr\x own a rto.
Sl'    OK"''       III
going into the yard  to dellvei   mall,
i'n A homesteader jntendiug tn
perform his residence duties In ac
oordance with the above while living;
with parents or on furmlng Und owned by himself must notify Urn agent
for the district of such Intention.
Hlx months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
io apply for patent.
W.   W.  COItY.
Deputy of tbe Minister of the Interior
effect  toda.     Thi   Hair*
11uiv,  iiiigf   Tods .   I
BIG   MAY   DAY   STRIKE
THREATENING  TRANCE
Paris,   Ni'tll
dli ation iii.it ibi
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  Front   St..  Opposite   Market,   Ne.
Westminster.    Phone 489.
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver,
Will sell on Friday the 30th April,
nt   tu a.m..  in  the  Market   place    I I
fresh cows, with calves si foot, to ar-
iiv   by i ar from Manlto b . also
al local cows
He subdivision 11 of Lot 79, Lroup
I, New Westminster DUtrict; unn in
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K.
V., being part of Lot 6, .iiburhan
Block IV., New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the loss of certlB-
cats of title number 16027A, Issued In
Ithe names of Charles Frederic Sprott
1 Francis  Kaia  Schou,    Lucy Christine
0U, has been Died In this nlflce.
.Notice Is hereby given that I slmll,
���ynopm    ot    Canaai.u     North Wen i ,,i   h,,. expiration Of one  month  from
Homestead   Regulations. _De afltfl of t(|r, fln,t publication bsre-
Any even numbered section of f   in a dally newspaper published In
minion  lands  In  Manitoba, Baskatch- ,lv (lf n;ow Westminster, Issue n
duplicate of the Raid certificate, unlsti
ln   Hi,    meantime    valid   Objection   he
(0 me In writing.
Swan and Alberta, excepting 8 bi
oot reservo-   may b" bomeiteadi
my person who Is tbp sole bi a
tarn       er any male over  18
age,   .   ibe extent of ona-quarti
tion ol 160 acres, more or w-sh.
Application   for   entry     mu
C.  S.   KEITH,
Dlstricl Registrar of Titles.
��� d   Registry   Offlce,   New   West-
ter, Ii  (*., March 22, 1D09.
into th
In  the
���    | .11 d
I !,. ,,    |)    . \. . .    in
       H    ������!   M.v   will   ���
'*���' ,���'    ���     " ,|"1' *><'������ '-  marked bj  li lng Isboi  manifesu
"' ''." . :'   ,";",  Whrreupon b. kiott- tlOM ���, ,,, ,, ,������, .���,  .������-������ .,     ,   .
ed it.    At ihU Mrx   Harn   nished ...i- .,.���������   unlonl ,������ boWlng ,.,,.,���,  ���,... ,
unl Btrui . bloi   lUKH  |���  ;iM   ,,.1IU ,,f  ,,,,.  ,,,,,,,:; ,
ii far theli  plans nave been sucoi
|^B |l|:!>   k' I''  dark.
Kor    ih-   llr-t     um,     ih,-    proti   '
uf  manual   iBDOl   wlll   he  backed  Up   Iii
��� iii;aiil/aiiot_K nf statai employsea sad]
functionaries, Including thoae ol Uie
postal and '��� Isgraph sei rice, slate rail-
wiiys, school teachers, sum. q_ ih. po
lie union- and iven the Basoclatlons
of prison wurden* and turnkeys i n
d��r ihe clrcumstancei ��� general striki
would he sxceptionally serioui Phi
governmenl is reticent.
laki ������ ii
M-i'ii mads i" . ���
as the DWnsi in i ��� ���   ������������"
Taj   Bale   Daed
i...,.-.ut..r nf the '
ll.IIH.lll.    IU       t.'V.'
I.,..    :; .    .'   th    I...   ��� ' ,'wbrt
IMS, "f aU sad sli   .
i..��� r. ��� I ei  trad "i ������
.r.i.. ���    .lag .ind i"
New    to ���    ������������������'���    '- '
Brl tisb   I     in
known an.i dsecrl ��� d
I.'i and   ni ol   Loi
n
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SHINGLE   WEAVER   USES
EXPLOSIVE   TO   END  LIFE
Everett,  April U    s   R*ederlund, B
sreaver rrom Ballard, ended a protract
ed spree and bis lit ��� aixmt midnight
last night by retiring to a room iu the
rear of ths  Mln- BBlOOU and exploding
a botti,. of nltrogllcertn,    Tl xpio-
sion mangled the upper portton nf Ins
body, bui th- fan  was nol disfigured.
The wall, an,I uindim of the room
were blown oui Several ilirie during
the day and evening Federlund exiiiii-
Ited the bottle and threatened to commit siilcld.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC SIMMsmf-,
You wi.i lin-i H ;iJ .,���,,. ., ivanUie
to arrange yom  iking ai this offlce,
Ins foi  you   :
under and   al! ^^^
any lataresi in th "    1
of  any   uareglStsri I :,'"'t
;li,   pgMOPS   ilaiiv... '   "
ths -aid  l..n,l  l->   I' t
, -.      ��� prorlslj
air trqulH
to cunt's!  tin- claim ol ' '    "' '
chi.ser within forli-ttw dsyi ''*
bluSllOB 0�� :1""
:..      ' '��� ' :
us bid]
:, .l'''��J
regiitrsttf
is not registered
of the Land Registry Art
dale of the BrSl
lice upon you. at I In
vest or oeftlfteate ol ����� l""1'1'
filed within such pi v ,i  ���
of    redemption    befors    "
of you will  bi  f"r
you  arid  BBCh
GIRL   IS   KILLED
, BY LARGE GANDER
Windsor,     April     16      lleai'lng     his
baby gill scream OUI In the yard while
h��. was eating supper, William Wink ���'��� j'  ---.      .      , fr���m
mail of Monroe, Mich, nishi'i] oui ami   estopped  anil    H'' ^^^_
foiiiiii  the t-hiid lying motionless on]Up nn>��� olaln to or in
the ground, ���with a large gander stand*|
lng iieai-iiy*    Investigation showed ths
child's neek  wss broken and ii   was
believed   l|'" gnndor had  beaten  Uie
little one wiih lis wings sa, severe!)
... to cause ibe Injury,
i idstcr
settlg
i,.i i
said land, and I *i,l;l'1 :'       ,^
puiiil.
Adams si owi
Ami I hereby -      - . ���
otlre for tblr    '-���
In N'
Sailinjj From Qurb��-c
Empress   of   Brita,,,   .
Empress of  Ireland
Fur  Other  datei
ply to
BOY'S   CURIOSITY   LEADS
TO EXPLOSION OF TANK
May 21 >    Walla  Walla, April  96    Llghtlni   a
''       match i"   'i' wl1" ll1"1'  ""'   'aaiing
h���iii���i  when  lie poured  watsi   Into a
tank containing carbide,  Waltei   Me
m,,���i.   ���;..vi  11    .a     lown back several   i '''I.   I '       '',l'"   '''   I'   '''"   !'  ��� "'
��� ,i nocked oui  und  his  fac�� bmilj   cul
''  l(  Agent,    i|,v  ,|���. explosion,
June  4
I pai; li ulai    ap- i
COI LET,
Hon of this no
I   ,lally   \W  IiiP'Tj	
Wsstmlnstai  w'11 ''' '
,.|eni ssrvlee ''" " oflj
Hated   at   thl    I*        ' , ,,rl!i
New Westi li ,    mr��\
Columbis. "     ;,':'
A. D., 1809 ,  ,
To    Tho
Cliaile,   V.     Wl  '
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APRIL V,   19W.
TII K   DAILY   NEW 8.
PAGE SEVEN.    ^
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PRINTING II
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nf   IJ
Wm CATECHISM. READ OBITUARY TWICE
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bed   cua-
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Block
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Edmonton Old-Timer Returns to Surprise Many of
His Old Friends.
i-.ii..
: iny old fr_
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adlng  iiis own
Di    Baldwin, on.
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion  Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   p-r  day  up.
Room   and   board  $2.50 per  day up.
F-.om   with   bath   $2.50 per  day   up.
Room with bath an-J board $4 per day.
ut side rooms, with hot and coll
-'������ ��� -.    eat, long distance tele-
hone. 'Bus meets al'. trains aadhutta
_RLETON  GILBERT.   Mgr.
I    i
'*.-,�����!   '_in��
IMI    I \I5LC
��� IA    Stv.TTLfc
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���    a   VS
. tm Weterta.
tp. s.t_.  ��� -TOUIA    ROUTE
I j. .    ���   rut  fo-
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lla'N '���"*     estsrtBMgg on W+t
MAE'. IH CANADA
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Malm Tom ! XI'I -��� ___ | ,-m
M.kw. v���ur bisk urrsug.
M��kr. Y.,_r ( AM.S Ij,ht
Makes Your BUM l_g_t
M��k��i Tom I_ABor i_,ht
,. thai .i ....
ledical o
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to _
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v ...     1 lid .        ..��� :,   -
I ��� ���   ���      old town -   u
IE     ���
������  doctor was
W. C. Chamberin  sells diamonds that fash their rays bright.
And sells at a price that is far and   l_ r.ght.
Glittering gems that appeal to the eye.
Best  earth   produces and  money  can buy!
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE   AGENTS   HAMILTON   &.   LONGINE'8   WATCHES
VEA'    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    OIS-
D strict  of  Surrey.
Taki thai .    .
,.  ���      ��� nlsfltoi
oUowing     lescribed
lng at a | ist    . in*- i  ���
the southerly  boundary    of    lot ���>'>���>���
��� ;��� two   .    Sew Westmlnsl ���
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W    PACIFIC    W
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
i
HE.-   COAST   ROUTE.
gl   Tiei
| Ua . - . tu 1st, iota
,,.    ��� | foi ��� Va.ojuov
|_ ����j   ports,   lutb
_��_ BSBI ' I QaBtSian sod ��a)
v. (pf A._ru-.--i.
fcjj,     �� md way portJ
���MCOUVgft-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
.    .        an
MDU fiom your
IBROGOL
5
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trict interaects    the    quarter section
���'".!��\L v.    ��� j in San o as baring line,  prolonged,    running    north and
Q '   *'��� tonth through  section   two   i"i    town-
Od  up sb'P on�� <1>i thence south 160 roi..
'   ��� v . ,.���:. . ��� ..: . thence east 160 rod.-    v.'-nee north to
ot hi I      get- _  point 209  feet  south  of the before
c mentioned souther.y
4
��� B nigh Itli v.  to run
bead pupil when the
.
r. w ejus it ro ltd.
t��-��__.��->��_
I
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Mi1.    3
. .1  tn
v        i '..
a cl-       ; ..  without    s  high m-.ooI.
got .42
:  .      Mi  MEDAL In  ' ��� '
\     _i Q     i'.i   ������ >   pa-
���   "!  . ini   get 1 mark*
mat
_�� '.1  a1
tnas    examm. I �� ���*
1   Up   I'i
boundary of lot
...  group two   i2i,   thence  easterly
..ne u'  ��� b iter   i.aralle!   to  the  said southerly   boun-
be had ever made dary of lot 505,  group  two  (2), to  a
:*in   ha-     ������ ���    me I'ical
������
w< ���
���-
retty aea *.'..-'.
:             it la the - i     ' ���
���   ���        t Fran    - . ���       - * ���.���_  -A ben
- .. sh,  ��� ���  ��� \ Mayor
was ln .    ' ���    ���
p o n ._ ��:<
Trl    |4
Rcw   lit,
_l Gasoline Engines
\__  _.       C_. ' I       SI ."_.��..������_.-
point 62 rods north of the 49th para'.- I
lei of north latitude;   thence west to
low  water mark  and  62  rods distant j
from the said 49*.h  parallel of nort. |
'.ititude; thence south G2 rods; thenc. j
east to the point where the southerly
boundary  of  lot  505.  group two   (2)
Intersects  the before mentioned tuth '
;>arall.l of north latitude; then follow*.
Tl e .:.-"jntinen'-a! railway
. with through dining flrst-
��� V-rs and dining ears. At-
express leaves d_ily .:20 p.m.;
train for Seattle and' other southern
point-, at 9:13 a.m.; train for Agassiz
i ' ". p.m. Week end tickets sold
to local points a: one fare for round
trip
ED. GOULET,
Agent.
C   B   FOSTER.
Assistant CreneraJ Pas.enger Ag.nt,
Vancourer.
1.1.    ��� :.   ROUTE
:..
ii se     \ aa^tii.iri
We   IbII  th,  CtitD-.ted
PALMER   BROS.'
G*SOLINC   ENGN.S
u ... d I.vn    u    '���'. tha
... i-.',-v. �� . **���������' ^FIGUREHEADS ABOLISHED
\      fl        -    vi   (ill    ,   ipi     - ���   ���  I IN   AMERICAN   NAVY
...      : and , 	
man j   Washiagtoe, Q. C, April 26-���Owing
Q     Did thi r.- .-.rot  the  bighj.   poUsbed   Ing the said southerly boundary of lot jUp^
-   | ���  ., ��� ���:    ��� . tpon Air.* ������- 505,   eroup two  (2),  to  the rolnt  of      SilTer   Watches
���' presence during manoeu-  commencement, containing by esttma- j $6.00.
\      No     Q.   Did -, rotary of the aav.   I
..  ���   i ssued an oni^-r CBa��  au   -u...,
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from 112.7.
g-nts'   open   face
I     I Ml H
lino. rM>|
IMTHC.N   b   C    ROUTS
v   . , .,   v.:,  ... .����� r      vs. I .n  i,
' li ' I
��� \*."t ISf
,    Vancouver
Ibv
i: '-.��   "   '���' UL  SERVICE.
Ill
*���     a
98   Amur !������->.
1 April   _4
��� It'. TT_   ISLAND
I N'.IM
��.
In
....             - ,-  iSBBBPad and  tha
.:. ���             ��� ��� .    ���   ���               at upon vessels noi
��� :,i         \        .        U . Hi _
.-ivi-n in l." ��� ��� ti Hi ;    There  will be om   rem     ei
���  .   viral si-t of q           - wever, and thai
,\       i          Fooi ���nam rty,   Kelowna ...           the Hag
.rmstrong and Admiral D wej In the battle of
Object  Atuined. -    I oarhe^l  to the
ing squad        I        nava emy.
\	
>                      ���-���   s era                   ���   iattB- MASHER GETS DESERTS
I                 Q   ;l FROM  oEATTLE GlR
-    tbe 	
_es      It    i _             .   rii 26.���Cha*. LaYalle. a
tion  two    nundred    and
more or less.
Dated  at  White  Rock.   B.  C
22nd day of February. 1.09.
HENRY T. THRIFT
���
WESI UIN. TKR
irtendi r, wns dis bai -��� .    Ptotl
nn Vaa<
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K_     \.,
i ..er   Moaaay
^B. 11     a
���   -am
n   kimws
IS������. ThumtaJ
��������   .    ���
\ B
Iron  Works
JOHN   RtlD, Propr.etor.
tenth Street,   ���    Sen l��d_tttt_i
it
Q       Did  11
���
.'  .-
In
i
.ni I thej
e both un
���   ������ hospital  today,  where  be wee
night     after   having   been
knock., .--.-risele-. I j   .i young s
in ft
woman, who ������: --��� l to glvi
.    ��� ami    LaValie bad   ������     ited ber
,nd   Inal   ��� |   on   trying   to  "m-'ike  a
msah.**     The man't  perwistem    waa
M'1   intortn
ii  ooTIL-T,
'��� ��   \<.<.��tm1nstBT.
POBTtt,
���    V.irn.iiTitr,
6__. W    TROt'P.
^* s lent, victoria
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
*ut  Liquor  Store
. -  ' mei with B heavy blow from a -    '��� B
led ombreUs srleldi d by th   sngrj
woman, and be eras anocire.
Sent On Approval 4
i W W
To RasfOMSiaij. People  * ���   "
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
Vha Ink Pwacil
Your Choice of
forty acres J Silver Watches, gents' open case,
>7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   front   Geo. Adams,  Croc*.
The White Pass
N Yukon I oute
CHOICEST   WINES.   BRANDIES.
ALES   AND   STOUT
FAMILY   TRADE   A   SPECIALTY.
|... ,.     , p, 0   Bos IM
FRONT   gT
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   D.  C.
*i ro'
I "B'.Ti
toik.
lUftla,-
S      A11.1N
SPRING     LAMB.     CHOICE     MEATS
Af;D >*t SAGE.
AT THK
_jh_S Central Meal Market
v   ��� \,... ���   and
i   at   Car
:    i ir.tlnlun
���
to
m mager,
'J* Milwaukee"
^t Pltln...   .
';. i      u   ...imi   in
*tb, , M    ' I..HIHO,   Mil
"*im Railway      Thev
Ut
'
ir own sleeping
'��� their trains and
" excellence   of
��� a-WhSl.
'���'Th.   | 'IMM',11   Al'.',l'
^--. PoMand, or
IT
ISE
NEWS
''^TOAOVtUT
Da
IN
I  L Y
Corner QgbU  Bl   BBd    "^h AT��'n'i���
PHI..N.     *'H
��� OWELL   S   OOOt-  Pr<iDr...,r��
MONEY
..mm is inoaej vn... i      I
old  nnd  ti'i"  BBjrln*
yottflnnsaTainonej bj coming here
11! 'I
,i.:-. rip
need,
_t_ut tht li.'"'. orbsrn.coi    and'es
If mm, cm, get  H  ���
wiii b
Ch,, Limited.-     St.   Paul   to       ��"" 0M    A"' !"    ' V
C"8har' ""������-  om.h.   to vs',,*,, yo��� needrornttureo
'C,8��.    "80uth     W..t     Limited" Ws  have I  gMal   ��   '''   "'  N'"
S Cl*y to ChtaST S..1.....1  lu,-,.. U I"'"   '   *"
tyn   ,   ���    H no.,.     No   matte, whsi   you
���Cr u    "�� :,i,o���, tb. lu... rbsm ���    '������*
SAVED
If  you  buy   fnun
can ''���r
thin*, cheaper th in ���>'''
Wa know of
Alex. Speck
New.nd.S..a;o,,lll-.<';^.
Columbls St.   "Msn nn  i
\      \ y
ii to wha   li   *'"���
�� to th
i    Victoria        ���.. ��e tni
'a
_e��    Q    Woal I no
ai \ i. '.--I . ii1-.'
��� gemenl      A    1   -
..       . ,,      q    \\ hai
given  In U e   lictl
\      utei     o      ���
...
nd .��( th.    v.
\     Who  e.ui   tx llevi
The Governor General.
q    y,.   ��� Barl On i   ou   got
ral,  think  ahom   fair
\    HE  i  VS    ���. ii  SHOCKED some-
onaptcuous rd toi
���porta snd bs urg d tbe
,   school   '.���   glvi    N '
,-, ii \ i r\ .NCK to thoai  �� bo did n ���
f.iii.     it th.
KOT QUITS STRAlOH I
, i   thej  iiiiKht be ceii dn then
R ,    .,���i. thing ROTTEN in the cbai
,,: Canada! Q. Who Bald '
\ i...ii Grey, In _ >peech ai Pon
Hope, Onl In October, 1907 v. Do
>ou think be ��u, BHOCKED when be
v Informed latt samm< r ot th-'
Bceadaloua manner In ehuh his l ���
bronss medali bad bean dlBtHbuted In
British Columbia! A Ye.-. r*rj
likely.     Q    is it not iik.iy be * H
;.,. liion' shocked wh.-n lie reads in tl 8
Westmlbster Dally News this exposure ol tbe shameless attempts thai
bave been made by tbe department to
justify it'.' A Without doubt O
Does not Karl Grey's speech oondenin
the department sa kotten It "ll"
statements mads known by me sre
true. A. Yes.
N  B-���The iiiia*.tions that have the
Kordl  "tOO  hard"  utter  UK-ill  are  letl
in be answereil  i-otrectly  by  the de-
imi'iiiieiit.
Comox   Apiil 26, 1909.
HOPE YET FOR THE
ALL RED PROJECT
Ottawa, .prii M it Is uaderatood
thai Deputy Poatmaeter-General Ooul
ter's trip i" the Australian suite-: and
s.w Zealand, in respect l, the v:
Red i.im" project, i,.,s not b��en fruit-
I, | He leave: Australia foi L mdon
on April -. The e\.ici standing ot
ii���. negotlBtlona    win not    be '
mown until Dr, Coulter reaches Ot-
I mil.
���i:. and out
4+444+++++++++++++++++++**
X
*
+
+
t��� :   i
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
$
\ This is the
4 -
I Opportunity jl
Thitt
Two
Populer^
���rtlcles
��� lor only
Ei !����:.,    M.i.
paid
lo ani
aJDrtss
I ��!��_        S
\. i, _ .. r H< :������   - catalogue
snd maki  a'tit your order for
\ F'acitic  Coast
Tested Seeds
1-..es. Plants, Bee Suppltea, etc.
N.i wind, sganti i annoy you.
No da   ige from fumigation. Ne
delay?   if custonis.
YOU -PRESS THE BUTTON;
WE DO THE REST.
.HENRY'S
Nurseries
Offices,  Greenhouses   and   Seed-
houses, 3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver.
+++++++++++++++���*���������**���������*
tliuitraliont art Exact S121
Kve.y rx.fi *u_ra_-etM
fat]��l4Kt bcliraGoW�����rt
. rlchl hatul iua y W; h*i 1
;n cither our madftfd
blade op^uc pal ier 11. or
s a brevkabl. Tnuupai
c-'.t a< Uc-i:rt_, either 1:1
pUufl or engrave.1 tiuish
a�� \ rcierrcU.
Y*��u Bttta Q .sp-en s wt.k,
-    ifuMillt tw| reaei.W.l.
��    . lie r    * \     1   t ,
msaa tiata m ���
�����    S     tl    an*   _4hM  tii-s��    ||  ;    l|
1.1 ��'a. t-    .   ,
t.      1   -   t      nit  BJ-4 WW   .ill  MbJ I
.    . Ih il
t'i *     <   UlTl
V   ;      .-   b ��� '���   i*M   Ink   Pane'
,m.   Tt, leas 1 -t,*.f Ui.U'i b   u.a
.�� gan ��� t   ta   wj  [oeiii.'B  1
��   l 1      ; 1      I Ma   *"tM ���
I any   ��". -   at t isl i-.n.S.    CKi.
ti'iin     ��� M- ri n g,    tn+.,.    Iri.iurt
1 ���   'i   1      ikad ..leanirw.  ���       ��� - |
ra��#,   W--��   :   11a   ftnish.     Retail
I e*er<rw _.-������    f.'r   f. V��.        ��.-*i��|
wini- I    Wnit for Sertna.   %r
Do*      _gg| f*M furget        V.:.-,
irrJ* onr faro* -is ati J J
!��� Laughlin Mfg. Co.*j
���'a Ma.tttic Bldg .
Dttrol. Mlik
Take notice that the undersigned
intends *.o applj to tue hon. the com-
1 rnissioner of lands for permission to
I lease the undermentioned lands in
1 New Westminster district:
commencicg at a point where tha
] section line (prolonged) running east
land west between sections seven (7)
land eighteen (IS). Intersects the west-
1 erly boundary of lot 505, group two
I (;.'), New Westminster district; thence
i westerly 100 feet, thence southerly and
i easterly parallel to vae westerly and
1 southerly   boundary   of   the   said   lot
to the centre line (.prolonged) run- ���
ning north and south taorugb section^
eight   (Si,   township   one    (1).   New
Westminster   district;    thence   south
i 150 feet, thence easterly parallel with
i the said   southerly   boundary   of  the
, said  lot 505  to  a  point  lnrmediately
south of the point wnere the centre
i line (prolonged' running east or west
'through   section   ten   (10),   intersects
high-water mark; thence north along-
the westerly boundary of said lot 5t)5
to the point where said centr_ lino ot
section ten tlO) Intersects high-water
mark;   thence westerly and northerly
a'.ong    the    southerly    and    westerly
boundary line of said lot  505 to the
point of beginning, containing by estimation CO acres more or less.
Dater at White Rock, B. C, February 23, 1009. E. W. LEESON.
H.SMiY T   THRIFT, Agent
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS
ftB&Xt&3e*��lK*tt^
g
8
Advertising and aroulacloti
The Daily NEWS, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
Thk STANDARD OF Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
The Daily Nkw.^-Advertiser, Vancouver   50c per month, $5 per year
The Sund w News-Advertiser,      "        50c for 3 mos., $1.50 a year
Subscriptions and linrttstiB-t. s.li.il.J lor Ike ah ive publicatiaas
CHARLES   \=.  SANDS, Agent
P. O. Bo< 29
New Westminster
Pit on* A22
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.AGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILF  NKWS.
rUI    D*'.   APRli
Pi'-/.' '_*_��"���:
'_s._^"     ,.;'', "'    v      i    -
' TO*.' X..-i> r.'
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P.ijM'iV
ft.
'.-I
Lawn Mowers ���
ALL   PRICES
_���
NEWSPAPER EDITORS
TO OATHER IN SEATTLE
Four     Conventions   Will   be      Held   in
Sound C'ty This Summer���Press
Humor sts to   Meet  There.
Coffees
+++++++++++++++++++++++
���
4    "EMPRESS"    Ballbearing    with
Five   Blades.
!
ALSO
"CLEAN CUT" Ball-bearing and
Other Styles.
I Anderson & Lusby t
J COLUMBIA  STREET. ���
,+++++++++++++++++++++++++4
A   SNAP!
���:
a
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  WEEK   ONLY.
GAS AND GASOLINE MANTELS AT
LESS  THAN*  COST.
The Pearson Electric Co.
(Successors   o T. Uowbrey
Elect:lc Works)
BANK    OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
.    ���     ������    Seattle L_ tc   in
'        -I      lUllS       Vll--
siiiiuii.    and through these \i iti
in   ol quick, a< t:ve i>ui��iu,ta
.1.   .    i i ".i i'.i. lin    l_xposi
tain .1
, visitors will I.,   th ��� .-.lu. ��� a
Of tl v-.-<>. inn.in. nnd .ii   in.
an tiii convention o( Uie \\ n*:.
-   ��������� .Munn will be hi d
in Si.-.        i iregon   xpect. t , send
deli 'i thi   Washington
,. .  ��� .   ������ II   hav.   In all  iirobablj   _ ���"
. , . ��� 'iii:u       ..in  everj   coun j
in   tl
���,. conventions wlll ...
Jul. i ��� .iii.i it and .eparati
a ill i>. | roi Ided toi i ach I��� ������
daj v       .vi     ���    tions will coi
excursto       oui the Sou id  Ou
da.   n:     ..    i" ni at ui   ��� ���       ' Ion
i Horn Ing week   bei >     lulj
������    ���
: ion iii B< ..''������
re, n main ���
the cltj to   ' da     V...
Ington and ('��� ��� gon editors will i���
ovi    ���'.",..��� f th    V'  ���
Usociation     i       3i il   ���   P
the fair mai
of Ci mn iri lining els
tain men   | ���     ���.   nn i
..
National Preas Humori       .i
ol ��limn  will   i' 11 ��� ��� ���   k th   t*o
ror "ii i of thi
lions.    John   1'    It", kel.lii
.
:v inln'i   of the   III':"'-'       \.   ���
.mil a  spi claI effort wl       ��� le to
nventlon
With _    ���'
fesslonal i   i
s.-.r lie weathi
besi   and ** Ith  thi   i \
hhi.-ai and the 11 ���  crowdi     ��ith u>i
���   a   .svorsbl. publicity ���        ���  ��� l ti"
iin.*!  bj   ��� '   ��� in"--
tain to " -'il
PRONE 331.
P. 0. BOX 923
Young and Old Alike
BOWLING
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
In the    Vanco iver which
opened   yesterdaj   W< bowl
ers imi .. win to thi'i ;i i"
nlghi th.. Dominion Trusi Company
ti .nn .md the Salmon n I le ������������iii com
,-��� i       Bobby Scot t i i total oi
nil   for   three   gam<
winch makes s splendid record.
MAINLANDS
1
Csrtar  160
King 178
Lockhart     128
Hiiiith       .171
Shore      i"��
170
1 I'.i
11.
ITS
���:-!���:
Ihi
1. :
l_1
i. ;
are  fond  of  music,  and   ������*������
should iios-i'ss a Piano.     They do not
co?t anything likp what th. y ar-- really
worth to the family circle.      For the
next  ten days wi   are showing
exceptional values.
J. H, Todd's Big Music House
Columbia' street.
I   tali
lohndro  .
San l<      :.
i Career,.
I .\lont- .
;,ath.ilii
Totals
ll
TJ     1 ���-���
ROYALS
I.
.. .157
. 159
. ..167
. ..150
.    ..10.
II .
145
185
I ."
i.i
1 i>.
I25
1 .ii
1 i-
12U
i"t
tut
. ��� i
li.
i".
i"'
li,,
i. ���
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; IB
���-
7��7    7v    ������ ������    :.i
New
Designs
Just to
Hand
IN MISSES' DRESSES, WHITE
AND COLORS.    ALSO IN THE
STYLISH   LINEN    COAT   AND
|     SKIRT SUITS IN SIZES 10 TO
i      16.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD  STOCK  FOR  SALE   BY
T. A. IMUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Wttitminster
Three s,ar ��� --" ' ���
Scorer, D, Gilchrist
Fowl  line ludgi . 'I    J
l: ,   snls, _
Mahcney,
LOCAL NOTES.
New Wall Paper
JUST ARRIVED.
_n per cent, off on all rfmnant?.
Doane, Bailey & McKay
Engineer .latin-.- Heaj ol the steam i
Transfer, wlm bas boon itifferlng from
a sevSre attack of typhoid taver, ib
rapidly reooverlng and expei to ���
back at his jiost in a few days.
Tii. annual banquet ol H��-uiali He-
b.r.a. loilg., No. ... I 0. 0 y ��� Wlll
bs held In the Oddfellow, hall this
evening,      Judging   from   lh.    I..iiii'i. :
lof tic^ivu ��old, there iboold b. ��� reo-
ord  aitindance.
A social under the auspices ol '���""���
of Columbia lodge, No. \\:,, S. d   B  B, '
a.,   will   b<-   held     tomorrow   '-viiing
The oommlttee In cnarg i consists oi ,
E. Baunders, P, J. Purvl   anj v  _��ti
grav.-.
I H It Davidson, local manager ol
the Hank ol Commerce, who iwu, been
a patient st th.. Royal Columbian h"s-
pita] for th. last two weeks, will I
able io leave that Institution toward
the ��� n l of this week.
The Port Hammond ami Dt-ttii improvement iiaiaaociaii'iii ha. Invlt-il the
secretary ot the board of trade. C, H.
Si in��� Wade, in w.i them nnd ad-
d'. thi association, with a view ol
extending Its >cope by creating i
Iboard of trade to taki- over th<- work
ol thl  aKsocla'ion     Whi-n A. E   White
was secretary  he  a'xlsted Hie  i-r��*H*-ut j
AGENTS.
(Successor, to E. W. Cook) [Mission City beard  to orisanl.i   in
Front   St..  Dominion   Trust   Building.      "  a    lllann*,r
y++++++++++++4
<444+++++++4
+
+
A. J. BIRTCI-I j
Why Pay Rent?
$350 CASH
BUYS  / ROOMED MODERN HOUSE ON THIRD AVENUE, WELL
LOCATED.       BALANCE   EASY   TERMS.        LET   US   GIVE   YOU
MORE PARTICULARS.
���THE  WHITE   HOUSE"
275 Columbia Strec
���
+
J F. J. HART & GO., Ltd.!
+++++++4444+++++++++++++*. ***444+++++++++++++++++* ** +
We are all ready to supply the
Needs
of the
Children |
in  Dresses,  Aprons, Sailor   Suits, Jumpers,   Busi
Brown Suits, (iuimpes, All-Over Aprons, etc.
serviceable, popular style of garment is here ii
Ready-to-wear Section, and then again these
ments are made from materials that we cai' recommend, and the same first-class work enters into our
Small Folks'Clothing that characterizes our Ladies'
Garments.    The wants for May Day need not worrv
you, because you can secure your Children's Clothes
here at very low prices.   See our window displays.
TWO   LINES   MENTIONED
HERE
Children's White
Wash Frocks
Dimly. pr*tty dr��l.vM of IwtlltS
lawn jn_ irull, trimm ��rl Wtttl
VHenCi.nne�� Uc�� and err-broldery
mitrtioni: lorne have DutC*
nfc>>i and short i'��ey���� n.ctly Iln
i.hed ai-'i i,n. pin tuefct; for
9irl�� 8 to 16 yearn Each. %\ i<>
to ��5 00
Tucked and Plain
All-Over Nets
Cream ecru and whit. net. with
or without spOt��; tuofd m nar
row and w'de tucl<i. Width* are
18 to 36 inches per yard 3_c lo
65c.
Hats
for the
Girls
Ready for M*y D��y in the Mil
Imery lection. Many attractive
model, made ready in sntlc'pa
tion of the ruth for May Day hair
Tha��e are on display today, trimmed with appropriate flowert,
wreath.,    foliage,      ��tc. Lowly
priced to make them doubly at
tractive. Priced frOrn $1.25 to
��5.00.
An immense dltplsy of WASH
TAMS, SAILOR HATS, snd GA
LATEAS from 25c to $2 50 each.
Pretty Striped and
Spotted Frocks
m gingham and chambrjy, _on-(
with belli, in. pip.n.t of p llr
color*; other, trimmed wit"* *��-
braidt and buttont. AH �� ie�� fOf
���n j!|  bcjri  a"d  gir ���;   from  Tic.
ANOTHER   SHIPMENT  OF
Lace Neckwear
Novelties to Hand
So   many    attractive    Ic���*priced
neckwear p.ece_ are on d ipliy '*"
the   neckwear   ��ection   that   Udiet.
find   't   a   plta.Ui.   10   te'ect   tlM
collar* here.
The neweal range ju��- in n.
made of GUIPURE and ORIEN
TAL Hoc. collar*. LACE TAB
COLLARS. COLORED LACE
COLLARS, SHOULDER COL
LARS and LACE SLFI .1
Priced  from  ?5c  lo I? 00 each
New
Delaine
Waistings
The mot! attractive line of l'8ht
weight all wooi waiting, we have
ever had the opportunity of ��r'ur
Ing. The weight ll SlIffMly BSS*
Ier than a muilin or lawn, but b*
ing ��H wool, will make up mto
warmer waist, for evenmg or
dress wear.      Colors are light and
dark, snd patterns are ent.rely
n��w. showing two tone 'trip".
fancy dsslgns and ��P��,V Prr
yard, 50c  snd 60c.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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