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 riRE
| INSURANCE
I miU. SHILES & CO.
1      NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
TENANCY Of
Of TRADE ROOM
���p Accommodation is De-
L at City Hall -Boole-
��ftg of Streets.
gxpectations    thi
ivlc
-4   W iM"""*"      ���    '
_  . ...led   by   the
in committee last even-
���. . : roll   has not
that is done u
;_.���
I   ________________________________
' .., ' .requirement!
J unount coming In from ta* s
i ooiopared
ol     '���     a'ce��sity  for
,'lc-eomiiio'i.'"-'-'     for   the  Citj
m   Unyoi   Rear,    questioned
. ��,���..,  noi be desirable to
'""<������ month*'
'.   .. tenancy ef the
OD   was   badly
' M |_g thought   U would he
(jfgpubl rii_i.s_ioner to
���pes! .  ���- the main street, where
_. .,,..._���    .  ootii sable   to a-'l
tn
[,::....  ov.v ���   ��� --  resolved,  but
,::,. subsequent discussion It was
. BU��_ mon room '-as required
iCU) Hal] foi  lhe departments.
Dtjg ..,-��� - in   will probu-
ii, JUridsd ir tire, for the engin-
enough space will then
li_ to: n committee room or busi-
106 *���
Boulevarding.
tt discussion   took    pU*ce on
mpSft ^'���&ii_ frum an application ft T Kirk      Aid. Johnston
*j it-   cvuDrll    to devise bome
i :j (Uot the council would help'
su uuious to boulevard.
Hrtley suij il.-' tr.-s, after a
i mi... became   a trouble to the
.low. owing to their roots fore-
may through the joint-*.
.__;���._.-.._ |l w.us ail right fo"
Oor IJ years, and th<-n trouble
ltd.   Th- trees should be. 30
nn     l).    quoted    an Ontario
ror Kar. laid some protection
W> (.'iv_ ihe cltisens who **<-nt
���VMS   ol   Improving    the
CiV nld II cue tree, grew
pkMttfeej : ��� ��� be cut down,
Idkfplice.
I Brl till be Informed the city
. a ba drum  |j he  pays  the
f .'��� tatennUng,
Storm Wattr Disposal.
P-WUciUoii ���   bi tht    Westmin-
MmTennii .  t| fo- permission
lutr. th,,. courts rrom the pr���
imt northward .. | to s discus-
���tfmiie dotation on ihe councils
,rlt'' reference o storm water
tr��-ts A rivul.t runs in front
IMbUcourts, on Royal avenue,
Ifcaaj-r nl.| this mu-t be di-
[to Improve the property.
' Jcl"-'*;on. ., resident of this
'Aonglj urge, that provision
PJunad. r���r the Mturm wat),r
[1*4 to see the underbrush on
'���"en. of Tip;., -ary also re-
NBV? WESTMINSTER, B. C, 9ATURDAY  MORNINO, APRIL
1909.
BOUSE SHUft BUILDING       Will f.lVf IILfl .IftN
AT NEXT EXHIBITION       ^ Dt���
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
Matter   Before
1 LEASING Of CONVICTS
ON DAM NEXT TUESDAY   AT AN END IN GEORGIA
Board  of    Control   of H	
Roya. Agncuitursi society-      ! Executive Council Resumes j Brutalizin^ System of South-
BandWin,tEnw^ Deliberations   on    Water j
Supply Early Next Week.
The pro;,,.,-, ]     _ |dl|   .  (), ;j Mana |p
accommodate the horw   show at the
provincial   exhibition   was   discussed
ern    State    Abolished -
Taskmasters Were Brutal.
.'iciori;
A,
2.���The executive j    Atlanta, Ga.
n?!ZZyi ". 2" _*eU.D2 ��f :h" R��ard"  ',,""<il Wl11 d^in*r��e on^thrS.-.'- |tsrt_7o*PgTa -l.ook'oi. 'th.^'ia.!" Mg
?_,.    '      ��f lh'" Roy:U ^cultural ft j����n dam proposal on Tuesday, when of her oonvicl lease system. Hundreds
industrial society, Pre-ldem Trapp |�� decision will probabi_ bo #Yea.
occupied th,- chair, sad then were (This follows out the promUe made at
present <).  D.  Brymner, treasurer, C.   ^e meeting on Wednesday
A.  Welsh,    J.   B.   Ker.r,edy,    and  thej 	
manager, W. H. Keary.    a committee     Tho   council   representatives   who
was appointed to bring  n _ report on |
Uie subject of the  stand at the next
meeting The suggestion *.,- made
to move the grand stand forward to
the oval fence, hut no resolution waa
passed.      The    hoard   authorised re-
I w<n; down to Victoria tor the me. ting
���iie that Premier McBride promised
of human beings were led from the
mines, choking kilns and .lamp factories into the sunlight, from the control of harsh and often brutal task
matters, into tbe service of the state.
Georgia hat no state pehltentlarj
For years he. convicts have been sold
CAUSE Of FATALITY IS
BROUGHT I. QUESTION
Superintendent Not Satisfied Japanese
Laborer Was Killed as Officially
Reported.
JOURNALIST PEANS
TRIP, TO THE NORTH
Or.
pair* to the exhibition buildings   Tenders were opened and -i contract let
for the printing of '-hi-  year's sehed-  f",ler  knowledg
uie. which will be bee of advertising | '������ l1"' ln_S_T
matter, and be printed in Larger type, ! ""*
Th,- "coupon" ticket will be adopted j ���/��� iLiri-r  nniCTC
this year for admission, following I-LII.I1AI    Dli.J I 0
lines of the Canadian National exhibl
tion.
P. C. Wolfenden, on behalf of ttte
Armstrong Infantry band of 32 In-
etmments, ask��.l for an <-ng:��xptnent
for his band at the provincial exhibi
tion, pointing out th.   district ���=- nt a
^hat    the city    should   be notified as j to those who would buy them
soon as the executive were prepar.-d j  ��� - .
'o give a decision.     Th,- stenograph-'
cr's report of   the   proc-eding* & ex-
peeled I reach the city todav   wli.-n
:,.������������������ ���,_,wobt,tol use AS EXCURSION STEAMER
It, P. RITHET BOUGHT FOR
of   whf.t   transpi-'-d
A SEEDLESS APPLE
' Narr.   of   Vessel   Will   Be   Changed   to
"Batavia"��� Purchase  Price
About $20,000.
Ihe K.
C.  P.  R,
fine  fruit   exhibit.      Lord  Strathcona j
soot  a donation of $2.0 toward this j
year's exhibition      Th��> donation was
oco-pt.-d.wltb thank*, and with refer-J
ence to the engagement. :h,   manager
will write for terms.
A proof of the propos.-d lltthograph
of the poster for 1909. submitted by
th.�� printers, received the board's attention, and iv frn-al proof will be sub-
mltt����d later. The adv*Tti--ing of the
exhibition also claimed attention.
P. lilthet, belonging to the
,, .��� -���  ....  which     has     :...,.-i   lying  for
. ,h   r   ���        ,1 , , i s��n��' tJme ^ l^iu island walUng for
ol tho frui! world is a seedless a_n>e-' ��.u.ui-. 101
^    pl      l�� commission, has been sold tu Capt.
Hu. urn. Aprl
 __M	
tree owned hy Arthur C. Chapman, of   ^,.
,4-w..--, of   tho   Terminal
OoldendaJe       m1^^^^^^^^^
yard has borne i>e��MileK.-' apples 6W
season for the    past  ten    year>i.      A
striking peculiarity about the tr��.   is, ]OI |;'0,000 	
that no blossoms appear, a9 oo other j Thl. R r m^t was ������t ou the Vic-
trees. The apples a_v green iu r-ok.. '-...riu Westminster ran last summer,
measuring about two and'a half inc_.<*l bui go^ months  since  was brought
-,,;. ,       -    _ .v-^.-, oi    tne,    lenniual    Bteamahin
Tins tn* in Chapman s I_.lt..,.,���..  ���, .���������
Kom,i.iu), of \ancouv.r, acoordlng to
ia statement    mad.-   yesterday.      l'he
i purchase price Is in the neighborhood
BRYCE DISCUSSES PROBLEMS
RAISED BY POLITICAL LIFE
in circumference. Th.-y are at _o
time choice eating, but art at their
best during the months of February
and March. The only other tree* of
the kind known to be In exiat.ne.�� a:*-1
located ln a small town in Missouri.
CONSIGNMENT   Of   LUMBER
REFUSED BY LOCAL  MILL6
Vital  Issues of Today Were   Undream
e<J  of Two   Hundred  Years  Ago,
Declares Ambassador.
here, hough without being chartered.
Negotiation* have been in progress tor
some vme for selling her. but without
success. The 'boat received a thorough overhauling Several months ag",
and Is in excellent condition, being
one of the bes*t stern Wheelers i_u the
Pacific coast.
The necessary repairs will be com-
m-iiced at once.     Captain Gates will
make some changes in the Rlthet, on
of which will he to change her mime
to "Batavia."     Electric light Installs
E. Matazuki, ihe Japanese who was
killed on the Great Northern railway
on Wednesday morning at Townsend,
has not disappeared from life without
leaving >-oine trouble to the living.
Dr. Rothwell, as coroner, and provincial Constable Wllkie, wen; om to
the scene of the accident on Thursday and In consequence of  what  the)
found from investigations,.were satisfied thai ihe death was accidental, and
there the matter would have rested*!
but yesterday Sup. O'N'el.i *ent n
message to th,- local agent, F. C. Meyers, throwing doubt on the occur, ,ic<,
suggesting thai if might not have been
I so caused.
The circumstances of the fatality, as
stated to a News representative, were
tnat the d'-ad Japanese was standing
on a ladder leading li-oui the boarding
i cars which were bached on to the siding at Townsend, when the morntn?
northbonnd passenger came along, and
passed closn to the ladder. The fast
passenger, which was running at tO
miles an hour, cnus-ii a draft which
threw t!*' man from his position.
After the train had passed he was
picked up alongside the track, with
the left base of the skull fractured,
having apparently been precipitated
against the opposite cars, and instant
ly killed. No inquest was considere.
necessary.
The reasons which have mauV the
superintendent come to other conclusions are unknown, hut all who could
throw any light on the subject were
interviewed by  the  coroner and Con
stable Wllkie.
New ?��� k Man Has Re-
mar1 J* .le Equipment For
Das ^ nto Northern Wikls
05
Ed m dt
,"4
Berkeley,     Apm     2.���Ambassabor  wharf
James Bryce last night In an address ,
delivered here on "The Application of
Ethical  and    KtliiMous    Standard-  t i
Trouble  is h-ing  experienced  With
the  consignment  of  lumber  brought
up by the Princi'-s.s Eoa ou Thursday, , _ ���   ,.���... ..,-U���iUi-
owing to the consignees, the Royal jtlon wl" ���������' completed and the upper
City mills not being willing to accept jworks wl11 b<1 brought forward in the
delivery, alleging, lt is said, the mater- maDner of recent steamship construe
lai is not equal to standard. The car- ;tion- g'v'ng more observation room for
go win be unloaded at the C. P, R. jP^aengers and covered deck space toi
[freight     Beginning May __t tte, Ba-
'unia will take the run to the Squam-
i-.i. calling at    all  way    polntg  and
' make a round trip every day.
DARING CAPTURE BY
R. N. W. M. POLICE
Rooster Provides  Excitement.
aud chase of a  roo-u. r
���     works    T
'V* '"' ��� ' -���'- ami   tmrmn  his
I <*���: ���
Up.
rtv.j
IU*. s.-
5  ,'   ��� m;i""r   He proposed to
ta, ���' 1 on Royal
""lii. inn -
in,,-., I tor-end In a
���il oun
i
;*_i,, md Buperln-
*0��i repo ; o��� the
**'- ti,,.
n. 'on   close i  uie
Wdavp|  ,	
W Ktld i
'' *)�� ii
���OStillR
ng at the
��� ol    Royal
��� I.    V. .,.:.
'       '��� I'I   'III I-
."'*"' for replacing tlu
'i ii,    _______________
Nonl .hTtrlca.
WbMlSSi '���' S(,ll""l
l��i||,., 'he school ..us-
**��z:t"u"1'witi���
'>��ttt-of*��
l>"lMI,i
former out
tasked
-"ii,.,,
rl, i
r1* *
e":-
wenm
' the
Wni of the <*   i>.
,    W' it. Brougham,
to m,, t
" the
ii   council
*aj  leave on
;i,|i|     Pourteenth
'"���    track be.
mdth, n c. k. it.
ItockTj   ��� '" 'Piece of loi
'^. ,.,:,/'" v���n 0f   ,hP
> ,u,.'.    -     conneci
ESS.
-    "y which ' - -���     e nf r   v
l^?'*"
stri*
now i���. _ra
it.
n -
:.i���
���i",
'il
left
���i
'" ..  i
of   rubblsfi
Som��' Political and Internationa] Proh-     The ���y. ��� v.. .. ���_.. ,  ^_	
b-rns,' stand tha: the growth of poll-j from a craie standing outside the ^"v---
ileal liberty in the last two centuries fier Valley Meat Company's establish   $50,060 000  PAID   FOR
and the participation of the people at I ment on Columbia street formed a. di-j
large  in  matters of government, had j verting incident  to a crowded  str.H-
raised many new problems which had   yesterday      afternoon.        Chantidoer
been scarcely considered b>  the ChrUs-1 made a bold bid for liberty and dod?e,l
tian teachors or ethical philosophers.   ��� with the dexterity aud nlniblenes,s of t,
rabbit  three    butchers    who were iu !
Five Alleged   Horse  Thieves   Rounded
Up by Sergt. Nicholson and Two
Officers near Stettler, Alta.
n.  Api 1  -     Harry  V.   I., i
ford, .'-.    lallst, naturalist and ex	
er Of  N��vv York  City, who has OCi
sioned considerable comment in Easi
em parts by his proposed three-yea R
j.-,nni  Into iii   land of the f.vr north,
-i:v arrived  In  Edmonton and
giii-st at the St. .lames Hotel.
Mr. Radford's Idea was t'1 start from
Edmonton on his journey to the V""-'-*
af.cr having come this far by rail. H-'
i \ peeled to drive to Uac La Biehe ;��a.:
lrom this iioint to make a snoi,v
trip to Fort Resolution, a distance ol
fiOO miles with the addition of a 50
mile loop westward from Fort Smi. 1
to study wood N'son from the standpoint of a naturalist.
Listens to  Advice.
Since  arriving  at  Edmonton,   hor..
eVer,   after   a series  of  consultatlr *���
from   the Hudson  Bay officials,  be;.
here  and   In   Winnipeg   .Mr.   Radf.-....
has decided not to penetrate into tft.
north until the breaking up of itu- .< t
on the Athabasca river makes navic;.v
tion possible    Tt.   will accordingly -."
man in Edmonton until th* month ol
May v, hen he will proceed to Aihabas-
ci landing.
From Fort  Resoluuon Mr.  RadfOr
said his course will lie towards Bat!.
urst Inlet ln an endeavor to reach the
Arctic  fll'tern   hundred   miles   to  UH
east of the mouth of the Mackenj- * '
He will prnc,--r d along (he Arctic coac:
to the month of the river, if posFibi-"
..nd  will    then    make    the    _oui_��?;
through   Alaska     into     Eastern   Ac '
where he wlll spend several moult ���
studying natur*  and animal life    ln
tliat section of the world.    Thene*? 1 :
will  return  along  (he west   coast  ��� t
Alaska and Canada.   During the w_ov
of  the  trip  he  will  collect  zook.gi'',-'
tContlnued on  1'age  Seven.)
PENNSYLVANIA CORE LAND
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I'ltlshurg, April _.���Anticipating the
Gp the street and down, all. [' "i,ed States Steel corporation, which
He dtx-lared, however, that the proclamation of the doctrine       the unity j chase.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of mankind, by the stoic philosophers | from om- side to the other he pare<i   !t ls aaW had been intending to P>'o-
und the proclamation of the doctrine i right  bravely,  until   the  whole   thor-   Cure the property, a deal was closed
1(.nt , v  onghfare resounded with hearty laugh-1 today  by  Independent ste.-i  concerns
by    the   Christian teachers, iter.      Finally  the featWed  runawayltnr """""^   -...��..-_
was Becured, with the aid of two mi m
l��-rs of a small crowil that had ga-.L
ered,  near the Royal  Bank.
of the   brotherhood  Of
poundj 	
had had a very Important bearing
upon all questionu existing between
nations and particularly on the question of the treatment of w.ak.'r races
by the stronger
for 1,000,000 acres of Pittsburg coking
coal land lying In (.men, Fayette and
Washington counties, Pa., at a cost of
J50.0000.000.
Police  Returns
i    There was an    Increas-t
Jubilee Sermon.
A special sermon to pioneers will
mark the fiftieth anniversary of tht
first Methodist scimou preached in
this city, on the site of the market
Square, when K< \ Edward White ad
dressed a congregation of fifty nien
C    P.   R.  Not   to   Blame.
Willi   reference  lo   the  complain!   of
the    longshoremen    concerning    tbe
terms for unloading the Princess ICn.i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  ujHin  ���
number of cases    in  the    city   poHei
coin i  in  March,    compared    with the	
  ������ previous months, 62 in all being   ll should be explained that the CIMt.
|i i ��� wiih. including cases of burglar}
obtaining money by false    pretencei
lice custody, breache1  tract with tli
. aping from poi
[ha-, nothing io do with the hiring of
men, ii  being left to a standing con-
Vancouver nnd Victoria
stevedoring company to  supply men,
and the dispute at Vancouver is believed to have something to do With
the action of the stevedore company
in  Westminster.
There will
., liquor license bylaw, nnd violation;
, of fire bylaw.      There  were  2G ca-
and one woman, the latter Mrs. Jam-- . ^ dnmkenneg.      The ,lRUrrs f()1. Jftn.
Kennedy, mother of tne city postmas- w(,n, .^ F(.bnm,.}. 4| wlS(Jf,
ter, who ha- been itnlted to attend 	
the Jubilee service at Queen's avenue     J<)hn QreIg  a sail0r| agea 40i wh0,
church tomorrow morniin:. when Re\   _   of Srottifi|, parentage, 'but says he
l)rs.  Robson  and Crosby  will  preach   ha]]g ,nm s,..lttl(.   is at thp rlty po.  Keary, Alderman  Hentey    and  .1.  W.
w. J.    Armstrong,   the   only otii'vjj|v st.lUon Waltlng   removal to the Pike, the dyke contractor, g( Lulu Is-
known member of the congregation o��]provincial asylum. He was brought , land this afternoon, to look OTOr th"
1858, has also been invited to nttend j_0WI, from Matsqui by T. H. Lehman, [dyking contlitlons on the Island, with
the  special  sermon. suffering from delusions, being under J reference   particularly   to   the   accom-
 thr, impression he is pursued by men  modaOon for    Industries reachln
his life. ; water.
ine,ling   of   Mayor
���ii    y��s-
Exclusive Handling
Negotiations were   eompletei
terday whereby Messrs, Walk, r Brps.|
of Edmonds    station,    Burnaby, "��� ��'
given the exclusive handling of some
of tho most desirable building sl"'s ln I
this  dirtt.lct.       These    proiwrt
noon to  be  placed on the m
easy terms
seeking
the
s ai''
arket on
i
Shipping Returns Show Increase.
Shipping returns for the port of New Westminster, Including Uidner and
Bmonton, April L'.--One Of the most
dating captures in the history of the
EL N. w. ML P., was made yesterday
iii ilie arrest ��>f a gang oi alleged
horse and cattle thieves near Stettler.
They were taken to Edmonton, where
preliminary hearing wil be held.  The
capture was made by Seargeani Detective Nicholson, Corporal Elisor, of
Laoombej and    Constable    McKensle
and the daring shown in Its execution
adds another laurel to the record thn:
those members of the force have already made. The names of the men
under arrest are Abe Salway . Ixmis
Balways, James Holts, living Uolts,
and Joseph Cardinal. The police nave
been in hot pursuit for some weeks,
and it was only after a ride across
country for nearly 100 mi!,-, thai they
were overtaken near Stettler,
The men were armed with two Winchester repeating rifles, and two Colts
evolvers,     but     USsURpectingly   they
left their firearm   at the shaok when
they proceeded to the stable to put
away their horses for the night
Surprised by the police thej were
handcuffed together nud taken to _n
combe and thence to Bdmonton
This   morning    Sergeani   Nn uolson
ami Corporal  Ensor returned to th'*'
pursuit   .'unl   expects   to cnplure
ringleader of the gnng.
INTERESTING FOOTBALL
AT WESTHAM  ISLANE>
The team to represent Westminstei
in the Vancouver district footba i
league game at Westham island today will ISUVe the Eighth street sl ,*
at 12:30 o'clock, making the Journe..
by launch. There has been very ���;
tlo to ehoo-. between the. team** tt>-
season, Westham having won a National cup (le by a margin of a ��<v.l
last December, and the trams dr.->w Itl
a  league match here in February.
The team will be: fioal, Barbaree;
backs, llruce and Kiiby; haiv...
Craig, Sawyer and Carse; fofWB.iVi,
Shawcross, Lock, Johnson and Ca;,-
zien. Reserves, Saul and CJa>!i.
Referee. Coiln Campbell.
Ball Practice  This Afternoon.
Ball   practice  Wil  be Indulged  In
Queen's pari,  this afternoon, all libers signed   on    wiih   the four   o ..
tennis being requested to attend. This
Wiii be the first occasion when the bo] ������
liaie   a   tr.ollt   this   season,   and   Will
how what strength the teams will
likely possess In the next few We , -
Teams for the double header gnu:"-
on Hood Friday   will   probably be ���
li i ed a fti r today's practice.
BOWLING.
Many Objections.
The,,   are   over   _���>>   objection^   -
the retention of names on the ?ote.t
:1���    list   for  the  Wi-tiiiin-ter electoral d
,-i lion, "ii ths plea of absence ove,
si . months, lodged with Ihe feglstn i
of rotors, These wlll come tip Oil
Monday at ths court of revision
com-
Steveston, for the fiscal yent
V,.     Is  Inwards, all  clnflses
fear 1907-1908	
Percy Burr, of the \V. J, K��ri
pany. return.d   on Frida'    from Cai,	
gary   nnd    Edmonton,   where he bar ,
t fw months in,,,r'! Vessels outward bound, all classes
Increase
ending March "1st., are as
No.
 1,083
     -921
    189
follows:   ^^^^^
Keg. Tons. Crews.
180,080      7.602
126,572       7,237
been  for  the  p��
cling prospective settlers In
.1,064
,,;,   ,|i       year 1907-1908    907
tr>!
He reports
thl-* nuninv i
will
Sec n large number of VII
Load 'il thl ��� way.
.
farm'
Total  Increase
157
l Total decrease in tonnage
3,488
126,185
133,223
B.738
365
7.157
7,483
2(1
'l'he   team   which   win   represent
Westminster al the Victoria bowling
toiirniiin..iii on Monday will be Willette. Murchle, Gilchrist, Savage and
Carver. They will go down tomorrow, 'i'h, secretary of the first tournament or ibe Western Canada Howling association, which will be held on
April 26. 27 and 2S in Vancouver, gives
notice that llv- lie n, double, and single men event, v. II be .ranged, Ther
will also be .'i banquet on the last
day, The scores at the telegraphic
league Inst  evening follow:
WESTMINSTER.
Tar Blaze.
Some of ihe firemen from No. I
hall were caibd at 12:;!n p.m. yesterday :<i extinguish fl blaze in some t. ���
h. ing melted for roof repairing pi'"-
poses Bl 'he rear of lhe Qulchon
I tel,
Gilchrist  ....
C. P. Latham
Sanderstm ..
Murchle.. . .
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..164
..208
.179
.171
2.
153
163
181
163
119
212
142
190
Willette 152    214    175
Tot.
4.;_
5.3
502
511
541
Providing Means of Escape.
Additional flrr> escapes are to >*
placed on the Dominion Trust building
in the near future, the building not
being provided with h. sufficient number a' the present time, in the Opinion
|of Fiie Chief Watson.
Tim
576
A memorial service for the late
Herbert Butterfleld, who was accidentally shot in northern British Columbia some weeks ago, will be held tomorrow at Can pert ino, Callforr'.t,
whore relatives of the decease.,
side.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY
APJUL3
���1909.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR   SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND.        FEAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL. ETC.
Man    wants    but    little    here    be low���but he will  have to advertise if he expects to get it.     Advertising may not bring visible results every week in proportion to its cost, any more that    a    Salesman
advertising as a selling help stands squarely on all fours there is no longer any doubt.      "When the  dimpled  baby's hungry,  what  does  the   baby do?      It doesn't lie serenely and merely  sweetly  coo-   th     *' ^   thsi
bellows with all  its little might till   some one  gives  it sometning to curb its appetite...  The infant with the bottle which   stills  its  fretful  cries,  a  lesson   plainly   teaches ��� it   pays   to advertise." ��� _hl._      ,   Ungry ba!.
30 Record-Herald.
PERSONAL.
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���Wc can
(ind a congenial Hie companion for
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
WANTED.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED COTTAGE
or housekeeping rooms, close in.
Addrefls R. C- Stanley, Windsor
Hotel.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
THE P1.ARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eletcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building:,
phone 331, P. 0. box 928.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
i7c. MONUMENTAL WOKKSTjAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
MUSIC
WANTED���A buyer for good roeming
and boarding lions'-;  .15 rooms, good
terms.   Address A. B. C, Daily Ni ws
Office.
WANTED���To buy all  kinds of fowl,
pigeons and ducks; also eggs.    Bos
Z, Dally News Office.
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LOST. ,
FANCY POULTRY, EGGS, ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
.breeder, 1019 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
Bale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Huff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Wr|t. your requirements.
EGGS FOR HATCHING- ~s. c. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per set-
iiy. of 13. Hans Vogl.ang, poultry
expert, 936 Keefer street, Vancouver, B. C.
FISH  AND GAME.
LOST���PAIR    DOGSKIN,     FLEECE- |
lined gloves, in    postofflce on Sun- j
day afternoon.      Return    to   Daily
News offlce.
FOUND.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FOUND���Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply p. O. Box 148.
FURNITURE.
ROOM8 TO RENT.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNiTUKE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker.
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms-
moderate.      Apply  A.   H.  Ferguson.
room 9, second floor.
 |
FOR RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, 832 Royal avenue,    j
TO RENT���ONE  LARGE  FURNISH-'
etl  bedroom,  also  one     small  one.
Terms reasonable.     Apply 287, Victoria street.
���ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P.  0.  Box  811.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, head
cheese, etc.
JEWELRY.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupll of Carl-
lotta Antelll, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac, Oxford,, England, will give lessons iu
singing and harmony.
REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE���30 acre farm. ,*, miles
from New Westminster on Fraser
river, never flooded, drained and
fenced, good house and barn, ready
for crop; boats call at wharf daily;
railway within half a mile; schools
and etc., close. Cash $1600; balance in three years. Cook & Ross,
323 Front street, opp. Market, New
Westminster.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���1'. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, phone 334.
.-ROOM HOUSE ON EIGHTH ST.,
electric  light.    $1500.   Easy  terms.
I \CHE IN BURNABY C1X.SE TO
cur lime; 15 minutes from city. $760,
terms.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSE_U__.
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For heal-tny,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
i-OR SALE���"Riverview,' City Of New
Westminster; 3 lots in Alberta St.,
1 corner lot, 133x110, 2 lots, 133x40;
price $1000; cash $250, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. Cook & Ross, 323
Front street, opp. Ma ike V New
Westminster.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACl-'lU
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I.  HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanitas;
house painting, ka. omining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
FOR SALE���Westminster water frontage, 50 acres bottom land, close to
new tram line, North Arm Eraser;
good depth of water, $600 per acre.
Apply "Owner," Box 537, New
Westminster.
FOR SALE���LOTS; OWNER WILL
sell two big lots on car line; price
$350 the two; cash $25, balalce ?10
per month.      Box 922, city.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's snoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR 1-VERY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance  Agents-
City, farm and  suburban  property.
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ESS-
tate und Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Colombia St., P. O. drawer ion.
TO RENT���House on Sixth street, $17
per month.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager), Real estate, Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P. O. Box 217.
Phone 321.
PEERS &��� RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
speolatly. Room 7 Hamley block.
P  (). Box 468, phone 364.
DIAMOND    &    OORBOULD,    SIXTH
street.
FOR SALE���HALF MILK WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only $6 a foot; will be worth $25 a
foot in a year's time. Compare
this with other prices.
FuR SALE���125-ACRE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation; close to tram, school,
store, etc.. $130 an acre. Cheap at
$200 an acre.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES."
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ROSE  OF    COLUM]   .  ���  ,|,;K J
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K<" ! ' ���    '"     '  v,h
f0urth   V' "' each i^
in K. _f r hall   ,
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u'"'':'  '���'' ���        month
Ume and  place VI iiing bretij
cordiall; |      ,.        ^
pres.;  [1   Dl
SECONDHAND  STORE.
WK BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck ft Crandeii,
near Tram office.
STENOGRAPHY   ft   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN    BUNTING,      ROOM    11.
Gulchon block.     P. O. Box 694.
PROFESSIONAL.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Guinn & Fairley, phone
1117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
C.   HAM BER,    ACCOUNTANT   AND1
Asdltor,    Notary     Public,    Convey-1
ancer. Room li, Guichon Block, Now
Westminster.   P. O. Box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D- GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G.  W.  S-AIT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon  Block     Telephone 338.
GARDINER   ft   SHERREPF,   ARCHI
tect_, Guichon  block.      P. O.  Box
772.      Phon�� 232.
AUCTION  SALE
OUR SALE MONDAY OF JEWELRY
2:30 p.m. and 7:30    p.m.
Dorer. jeweler.
Horace
SEELING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of high-grade watches and jewelry
by auction. Sales each day, 2:30
and 7:30 p.m.      Horace Dorer.
LAND   SURVEYOR. '
W. N. DRAPER. n7 C. LAND SUR- i
veyor. Ellard block. New West- j
minster, B. C.
LAUNDRY.
ROYAI. CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Bjickie Street. Now is
tho time to get curtains and blanket* ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING IT 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts, The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE HCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limit-., Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modem
saw and Bhingle mill machinery.
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
GEORGE E.   MARTIN,    BARRISTER
i     and  Solicitor.    Guichon  block,  Columbia   and   McKenzie   Sts.,     New
Westminster,  B.  C.
I
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER,
Solicitor aud Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196
Telephone 64
WADE, WHE._LLER"& McQUAIIrTe
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Ixirne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No, 5, Royal Bank Chambers. 408 Hastings Street west.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & ' CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roaat,
pudding or pie. tea, coffee er milk.
J. J. JOHNSTON. 1>U_ ONT liuOCK,
Columbia street, phone 1G9.
FOUR and a half acre block on
th, North Road, only a mile and
a half from car terminus, Sapperton; prioes and terms very reasonable.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co-
t-umbla street.    Pha.ne 62.
TAILORS.
A. 0.  U, W     FRASER LODGE)
Mei tings 1
day in each nam:a.    Visiiing tN
ren    cordla ly    Invited    .   Jf|
Lodge room.   \   n. i
fellow.-'  blO
COURT BRUNETTE SO 1099 i(j
���Mv, 11 th    ���: iurtli   Frldg) u]
month at    v o'cl ��k,   in tie
hall, Oddfellows' block!
FRATERNAL  ORDER  OF BAM
Aerie No. 20    Mei  . .v.ry Toes
evening  il 8 p m    In   the 111
hall, Columbia gtn  I     A Clark!
Pros.; h. Si hofleld, Seci-etar*.
THE  ROYAI, TEMPLARS OF'
perance meet every Wedneih|
8 p.m., isi oddfellows hall, Com
street.
SONS OF SCOTLAND II.N1..|
soclation,  Lor,] of tho Isleil
191���Meets on the first   and
Tuesday of every month in K
hall.   Chief w. Sutherland
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near tram office,
phone 433. Real estate and Insurance.
FOR RENT���We have 17 acres of I
good bottom land all cleared and
under the high.-, state of cultivation, capable of producing 15 to 20
tons of potatoes or onions per acre,
at $20 per acre; 1-4 cash and balance when crop is harvested.
WE HAVE 4 nice lots ane-ha!f block
from Columbia street at the sacrifice price of $300 each, 1-3 cash;
balance 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24 months.
This Ih a snap.   Call quick.
WE HAVE 11 nice cleared lots in the
West End at $200 each.     This Is a
snap you will have to pick up before j
breakfast or you will miss it.
TWO DOUBLE corners in the West
End for $200 each.      A snap.
GALVIN, 32 Sixth street; ladles' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
in ladles' and men's suitings. Pressing and repairing, on short notice.
Phone  B350.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
I/>rne street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket offlce,
Ryall's Drug Store.
THE EDISON THEATRE, COlt.NER
Columbia and Eighth. Hliih-clasg
moving pictures, illustrated soncs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday und Friday.
I. O. O.  F���ROYAL   CITY  IX
No. 3-- Mi eta   in   Oddfellow
Columbia sir. et, .very Friday j
lng at 8 o'clock     Visiting bret|
will be made wi li oi u    0. E
N. G.|  C. E   ' '    ���
sig secretary.
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OTHER    FRATERNAL   SOCll
Include the i men !���"-" "*|
F. and A.  M ,  King Solonioal
No. 17, A. F, and   A. M , U
No. 1150; L 0. i- ��� N" !   ;'
Sapperton. No. 4683, I 0. P.;
F.,    Court    Westminster,  No.I
Brotherhood of Owls. Neat M
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., hank, offlce and store flttiugs;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
aud detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. Iiox 254, Phone
473.
BOARD   OF   TRADE  NEW *|
mlnstiT Board of Trade nie<t.-I
board room, City Hall, a f"1.
Third  Thursday   of   ^
quarterly    meetings   on   the
Thursday of February, M.ir. Aj
and November, at 1 pm    '''
meetings on the 'bird T"ur!
February.     New members W|
proposed and elected at an. i
ly or    quarterly   meetlnfi.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
WE  HAVE
the exclusive handling of the
finest lots on the city boundary,
the B. C. E. Railway cut-off running through the property. Price
$250 to $300 each, one-fifth cash,
balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months
at 7 per cent.     Call or write.
WALKER BROS.
P.  O.   BOX  983.   PHONE 418.
EDMONDS STATION
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada nnd
Newfoundland, and in London. England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
11. S. A., and Mexico City, A general
hanking business transacted. Lot-
tors of Credit i.-.-u'-d, avallabli \ Ith
correspondents In    all parts of   thi
world.
Savings Hank Department���Deposit
 ��� Ived in Bums of $1  and upward
snd interest allowed al 3 per een:. per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over $1 us,nun.nun.(iii,
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
G. D, BRYMNER, Mann
LEARN   TO   DO
BANKING
No matter how small your business
toy be have a bank account. The
! merchant who has a bank account e
tabllshes his credit, bus safety for hi_
cash, and pays his bills with cheque
In a busines manner. YOU are In-
vi1, '1  i" open an account in
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  Front  St..  Opposite  Market,  New
Westminster,
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
?hould be consult, d if you want to
scl' furniture or an auction conducted.
Live Stock Implement auction held
��\\ry Friday morning on Westminster
Mm kef; and every Saturday morning
On Vancouver market.
New cooking stove; :', wagons, nearly new; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower (new).
A quantity of new furnltui, hair
price. Room 9, Hamley bi��ck. Key
at 323 Front street.    Phone A4.fi.
LAND ACT.
New Westminater Land District.
District of  Sayward.
Take notice that 1, C. W. Preston,
ol Vancouver, oi upatlon farm,:, In
tend to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands:
Commencing at a post plant' .1 on
the north Bhore of south Twin island,
thence following the shore easterly,
southerly, westerly, northerly and
easterly back to point of commencement, taking in tho whole Island containing UOO acres moro or less.
C. W. PRESTON.
Dated Feb. 2nd, 1.09.
NOTICE.
Tlie Royal Bank of Ciad
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TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $50,000,000
New Westminster, B. C. Bramh   ���    B
Lyle,  Manager,
Take notice that D. .1. McQuarrie, of
New- Westminster, B. O, occupation,
electric railway manager, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands In the district of New Westminster:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of lot 1.90,
thence east to northwest corner of lot
I.'I82, thence south to southwest corner of lot 997, thence southerly, westerly and northerly to point of com-
m< nCPtnent, containing 100 a civs more
or less.
DANIEL JOHN   McQUARRIE,
Per JOHN  F.  BAOCS,
.    Agent.
Date. December l.tli, 1008,
MAKE YSUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
NOTICE.
New Westminster  District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice, ,hat Harriet Ford, of
Pitt Meadows, R. c., occupation married lady, intends to apply for permission to purcha ie the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted ut the southeast corner of Lot
1020, thence wo_- 20 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 18 chains
more or less to Agamenmoa Channel,
thence northerly along the shore to
the point or commencement, containing 100 acres more or less.
HARRIET FORD,
M. I, GORDON, Agent.
FDR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, md six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash,�� balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & (��-
Front Street.
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NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS!
NEW HOtJSB OF   SIX   ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST.. ABOVE SIXTH
AVENPIO,   TWO   LOTS.    REAS
ONABLE TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co-
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr. ���
MONEY    TO    LOAN
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RCAV. APRIL 3. 1309.
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RATES:
Room  $1   p.r  day  up,
Room  and  board  $2..0 per day up.
R-oom   with   bath  $2.50 per   day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with bet and cold
water, steam heat, lon^r distance telephone. 'Bus meet. ,_], trains and ..at.
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
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Lawn Grass Seed
Old City Hall Blown Up in
Mysterii - Manner���Panic
in Neighborhood Follows.
April  _.- Wit]
large .-.ection of lhe
���vi city hall, at ther of L and McAllisti.   tn   '.
wa- blown . ,  v ;. o'clock this n ���   ���
ing by thi ji; companj   ���    i
'���*' engaged ln : ..������ demolii    i t
the huge buildli           , ; by the ���
���i Ui'i<''' ni  thri.     . arg ago.    The ��� *���
plosion . :��� vi _       .:.:,-, and for a n In-
uta  the people  I neigl   orl   od
had visions ol ..' ���         .:.:���: ous ���
lilor.
Tlie Qying bricks a:..-; tumbling girders narrow... missed a Larkin street
cai till, d ,\. h people. The debris
filled the street. The pavement was
punched full of hole and the cai ��� ���.--
were bent so that traffic of all kiodn
was blocked on the thoroughfan
Responsibility for ti.,. explosion la
not yet fixed Some sa) that It waa
a premature blast, carelessly fired,
while others assert that It was ca e>
ftflly timpd  an,]  set
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DRUG
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I, Hli, PORK
\mt. Pwk  S-us-g.s  daily.
Itit ti Farmer's  Pork.
PAciric
leat Market
r�����l92
mcnenemy _ anderson
Nte Hat Pins.
Ileal Violet Hat Pins.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
.fl. Cleaning
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A  brisk,well-attended market   i -��� -J
yesterday, the lino weather enoourag-
' lng a large attendance.    AU llm - .���!
produce   we're   in   pood   demand,   .md
readily   -old.    A  satisfactory  auct'O.
nile  of  cattle  and  horses,  farm  .*tvJ
househo)dware is reported. The _a>s;��_
| market will be held on Thursday.
.Meat was i-hort l_ supp'j. Be f
���was not so plentiful, and all readily
sold. A small . upply of mutton ivuud
ready purchasers, A fair offering vf
veal was made, while a liberal ri ; ; Ij
of pork  readily  realised.
The  demand  for    eggs    oontinued
Je.ual  to the BUpply at    old    figures,
I while poultry all lastly sold,    .owl-
I were well supplied, nnd ohlckeas also
hound  a   ready   market      A   small  of
fering of ducks was snapped  up i irlj
The suppl)   of   j-otatocs   was   goad
with a brisk demand.   Cabbage plants
 ���. ! _ , were on gaig for the first time tLi.-
Ispring. Onions held over demand, with
Real Carnation Hat Pins. fcon"queAnt ;,;lk "*le8: ��"\a* ,0T(v
tra line Australian stock arriving, Tl.<
demand for good applets remain..,!
constant for nil firm stock.
The principal varieties of Bowers
j toff e red were Blaster lilies.
Fish reached the market In fair
quantities, including halibut, Bturgeon,
| spring salmon, oollchans, smelts and
[cod.
Official  Quotations.
Beef,    hindquarters,    SV_   to   . V.c; I
(orequarters, li"<_  to 7>-_c;  mutton, 13
to U;    iamb, none;    veal,   medium,
The Evely-Ford Sales Company have
smashed the prices on
Stevenson s Entire Shoe Stock
Sale started Friday, April 2, and lasts
for eight days.
Columbia St.
1.00 Each  and Up
*  Biisel
. ���: Sweeper
H ' ''' to the house-
"'"   '' ������ailing   time.
*"'""*- asvi '..,,a-.ac. Bap_
**"'��� Liquid V'eueer, etc., '.or
,,,;:';:' thl     luriiuui..
tail
et ��� .! stock.
U TRAPP & CO.
to    UVic;    real,    Urg*..    9    to
pork,    medium,   Sc,  eggs,   r -
per    do..      .Oc:      wholesale,
,   butter, retail.   35   to  4Uc;   fowl,
per dozen, $9 to f 10:  chickens,  p.r
dozen fS to $9; ducks, per doz.. $15;
apples,    per    box.    $1.20     to    |1.75|
carrots, per sack. $1.00; parsnips, ;��r
"V .     turnips,    Tac;   beets.  Jl:
��� oui,him. $1.75;  potatoes, per ton. $:i:>.
ll
10c;
tail,
2_c,
We have instructions from Mr. Robert Stevenson to
sell out his entire stock in
EIGHT DAYS
This includes every pair of shoes in the shop, and over
half of the stock is ALL BRAND NEW. There are
Shoes for men, Shoes for women, Shoes for children
���all to go at factory prices. It's like buying gold
dollars for 50c to 75c to get new shoes at these
*
Away-Down   Prices
Don't fail to be here with your cash on Friday morning at 9 o'clock. To miss these bargains means to pay
more at other stores.
REMEMBER   ITS THE
Evely-Ford Sales Co
Selling out STEVENSON'S SHOE STOCK, Columbia Street.
P. O. Hox 474.      Tel 53.      Res   m.
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell the Ce'ebrated
..Westminster..
���. palmer
RROS.TWO
AND FOL'R
CYCLE
CiASOLINF.
ENGINE.!
LAND REGISTRY  ACT.
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L,-,  "   Vdani,
Ky . ���   '���-   Undo,   a
U vol' and
Lii,*,,..''. ': .   New West-
Itit, Ui ��   ' ' "   Mmis,    bearing
ISt. ���   , '.nlier, A.D.
Bl thai ceiuin
���ftuai. , '" ' "; 1:" and premises
Su.,,," in the Cltjuof
Mil,. , ��o Provinc, ol
K,im '    Particularly
I'Vidj ., '       iubdlrtstons
U. Suburban Block
Vcii i'lnl i	
��*i N Ung through or
��������latere ���" '"'s'<'"s claiming
!""   i. Mand by virtu,
*i"i.���;if. '; 'meat, and
Sal!1!"     "-  Interest In
"".KjS ''; dfc8cent, whose till-
'" i.,',,,,'1  lna��'the provisions
Vet. are required
-' "i the  lax  ���i���-
ll   '   fro,,,   he
���    . lloncfthl   :���,
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^ttthl,
''   or lu default
01    redemption    b< tore    registration
you and each of you will be forevi
estopped  and    debarred  from settin.-
up any claim to or In respei I of thi
said land, and I Bhan   ��� gisti    '
Adams as owner thereof lu fee,
And I hereby certify that publication of this notice tor thirty da: s In
a daily newspaper*published In Mew
Westminster will be good ntul suffl-
elent service  thereof.
Dated at  the Lund  Reglstrj   ";i"
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia,  this   ltith  day  of    U*ir(>l1
A. D., 1909.
C, S. KEITH,
District Re.l8trftlf*
To Thomas VVIUism McCoBB,
Charles W. wise. Caroline A. J-'lfk*
Against Jap  Laundries.
San   .ranclscd,  April  -���    ��   ''
.. nventlon of the AutiJa; am -������
i,on. Ir. league has been called Ic this
city for May '.��      Plans wlll b<
���.,   ;b i time   to iiuhi    the ��� ie
., ,   ���    of the little brown  men  in  the
i | - in al| tb"
He, i        " const, and    -t..ps   _.
taken to nfflllaje all the leagues li ��������
lates. so that the b ���    - I PON lAfORKS
. may b< extend*       I   ������**"* fivniia
fthi iv l
A Bag of Cement
bought here will be found entirely free from powdered clay
and other cheapening tilliti-
Thut means the cement will go
farther and last batter than the
'filled" kinds. If you have had
experience you know it pays to'
buy the best building materials.
To obtain the best you'll be wiae
to com,, here, \v��. don't handle
any other kind.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
JOHN  RF.ID, Proprietor,
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
L HENLEV
MBW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   '
Telephone 13. 0"ice' Eighth St
Ho! For Ladner
MOONLIGHT EXCURSION, SUPPER
AND CONCERT FOR $1.00.
| dn  Tuesday,  April Gth. at 6:..' p.m
STEAMER   TRANSFER
will  make s special    trip to l-
carrying passengers   for   th- 0
i u.i  Can tats  (45  voices), and mixed
pro.ram
CONCERT
given at l^adn-r by the Q
.venue  choir and  other  local  taient
under the direction of Mpssi I    i\ ***
F-arsou and Wm. Hicks.
Tbe  steamer  will   return   after the
concert,  about  12, midnight.
|1.00 for the round trip, Including
cert and supper.
��� ' - can be obtained from P Mi -
Resale's   dmj.   store,   n.   B.   Curtis'
drug store, and from T. R. PsSi
Uouiiaion Trust. -,  i
.     ..       H. I.        I
lenlh Street,
uw Westminster
I
FREEMAN'S
WHOLTSALE
Liquor  Store
CHOICEST  WINES,   DI.ANBIM,
ALES AND  STOUT.
FAMILY TRADE A  8PECIAL1 Y.
Phone H. P   0   "��*  18*
FRONT  ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
IN
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
I'm-   foi   Vancouver   and
'.V.I ,
ball
lai Ion.  win  run evei ���
houi   from  6:60  a. m.
car i ��ves at ii p. m,
i asi , tr leaves Vancouvi r al
11:30 p.m.
i'iirs leave  the   depot   every
twenli minutes for both Sap
perton and city limits over the
citv   line.
City   Line:   Cars   leave   tram
office on the hour, twenty min-
Ul ���     after,   nnd   forty    minutes
commencing nt 6:20 S, m.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
���ii   minutes  utter  the   hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:60
a.  in.
Sunday service hulf-houiiy be
tween t.M a. m. and 11. p. m.
:
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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PAGE FOUR.
Tjjii, dail r nj_. w a.
SATURDAV,APRlL.
carnivorous   mammalia   exhibit quite meiin   the realization ot the dream pl
an amount of cunning in their nictii- H i. .-.  .������rent  Imperialists, in   the  still
Published bv The Daily .News Publish-   0(Jb-     wl"'1* <���* net is lowered a num- closer bonding together of the com-
ber of them gather   about and watch, ponenl   parts of the Empire.    i_ will
then  when  n  salmon  strikes the nel prove to the nations of the world that
they     dart      swiftly     forward    and Groat Uritaln stands not alone as an
!-secure the prey,     Last year a good island gem of the ocean, booty and
E. A. Paige Managing Director deal of trouble was caused in a sinil' prey for who  may  seize her, Cut  us
lar way. but at the present time the the figure head of a wealthy ami pow-
lsea!-s nre far more numerous tha erful confederation of empire that
ever     before.       Dominion   Inspector; belts the globe.
Sword has been notified of the circum- |    By this brilliant  stroke the Domin-
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The Daily News
ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. C.
City Residences For Sale
estate is gome to move In New Westminster during tho nexi ....   .!W,,,v **C^
SATURDAY. APRIL 3, 1909.
C*TY  OF  HEALTH AND  BEAUTY.
stances and the fishermen have for-, j: ��� ,,t Canada has been pushed again
warded representations to the fisher to the front of world politics, to gain.
ifes department at Ottawa, praying noi alone the appreciation of our ivi-
that a bounty on the seal heads may j0w  Britsh  subjects,  but  the admirii-
30V3d  QNV  dHMOd
Two easterners,    paying a business ! *e istituted.     It Is to be hoped that
.1      to our city,    were   traveling to-, lhe government will be able to deal
gether in the Sapperton car om- day ( ""fth tho trouble iin such a way as to
this week, and one   was heard to ob- *& th-   rivpr   of   lheS('   destructive
Serve to the other,   "I   guess this is  creatures.     They   are   of   the type
fust one of the nicest little places to   known as hai'' Seals- and not the vale ��� In    that 1 know   of."     Mis com-   '^'v of which the fur is so valuable,
pauion  agreed heartily and added, "1 '
reckon  when  I  settle down it's  here
i'li come   and buy   a   lot on   one of
thesi  hils tlo enjoy the view over this.    Once again lias Sir Wilfrid Laurier
river; It's just fine!''     Here was good ' won for the Dominion of Cauada the
honest testimony to the    real attrac-1 hearty appreciation of British  states-
tivn,-.--s of the Royal City as a place  men and the enconlums of the British
ot residence;  testimony of   no slight nation and its press by the policy In
yalue,  seeing that  it came from men   regard to naval affairs which was una-
wiso had every   appearance of beingInimously approved by the  House of
commercials and  knew their Canada   Commons on Monday,    It is a policy
pretty well.     If the fact thus voiced    that plainly bears on the face of it
is familiar to some of us, II is never-lithe I_apress of careful thoughi    and
th less Mood    to   hear    ii  stated by  consideration,  the  saplenl   conclusion
tit. :ing,rs    in    such an   appreciative of a consumate master of statesman
tion of all nations mm the respect of
such as might be inclined to declare
themselves at enmity with Groat Britain. N'or will it lie without its influence towards maintaining the peace
of the world, for this happy condition,
the Hague enthusiasts notwithstanding, can only bo maintained by making war impossible.
Real estate is going lo move in New   m e.-iiiinn-n-i  u_��__  .... iha;.
of the residences I am offering for Bale as enumerated below look go0(j   ,,, lillkth-ia_,
otherwise, do not delay in enquiring aboul them. ;   Investment or
No.   1���A  two-story, eight  room dwelling on Queen's avenue, between Third and fi
and beautifully situated.    I can offer you this for a short time ai |3000.00 ' 1;  nio,i..rn
bring eashly $25.00 or J30.00 a month.     See the house and satisfy yourself that' '.'"'"^ Uli* shom,-
Xo. 2.~A nice cottage on Seventh street, between Second and Third avenues  _
This I can sell you for $2000.00. ""'i 'v'u locate.
So.  ;:���A  two-story  Line  ro0m hous.  on Twelfth street, between Fifth  an,i  _ ���,���
a good stable on the property, and a large number of choice fruit trees.   1 Ther�� is
a splendidly located lot and a half, and is a good proposition.    I can deliver v ������ .taste on
Ou all of the above I can give you good terms.     1 have a large list of dwellings in   iiff
the city.     Ask me about them. '"'    ��a��6 ot
J. J. JOHNS!
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
��� PHONE  169.
THE   CITY'S   FUTURE.
I
Toronto, formerly of Winnipeg, secre-
v.ry, and James Ryrie. Toronto, treasurer,
.-.up. For it Is at once timely and
appropriate In the moment of Its announcement, significant in its Importance as a political movement, potent
a.s a trumpet call to the patriotic sen-
manner.
New Westminster is, par excellence,
th. homeland of British Columbia, it
ha.- Its commercial and Industrial Interests, and very soon will possess
these to a much larger and more Ini-1 timent of the Canadian people,
.portant extent than at present, its sits-j To the difficulty which beseis the
.s-tantiallity and prosperity being there-[mother country of maintains the two
by Increased; but there need be no power fighting standard, which every
fear that these will encroach upon thej good citizen of the Empire recognises
residential portion of the city, or in j as necessary, Canada's great Premier
any way lessen Its reputation as one has furnished an effective solution. He
of the choicest spots for a home in i has declared that Canada recognises
this part of the world. the necessity of assuming a gradually
The reason for our city's suprema- increasing share of the burden of both
cy in this respect is not far to seek. I military and naval defence and of pro-
Its natural position alone endows the [ viding adequately for her own nation-
place with a measure of beauty, attrac-1 al. defence, .lore than this, the dec-
tiveness and healthfulncss that very | laration of Sir Wilfrid recognise? that,
few other places enjoy.
Toronto,  April  2.���Rev.   Hugh  Fed- j
ley, Montreal,   and   H. Wade   Hicks,!
New York, were the chief speakers at
Whilst the | in case of need, Canada is prepared   the Congregational Laymen's Mission-J
There could be no better proof than
that furnished by the customs returns
published In our last issue, thai then
is a bright future of development before New Westminster, if under the
disadvantages thai  the city now  suf-1
fers as a port the customs entries can 	
.-how the substantial Increase of |15.-      Winnipeg, April 2.~The   old Manl-
171 In th,- last twelve months, then It | ,-���- & N-orthwest Fire Underwriters'
FIRE   UNDERWRITERS
ORGANIZE NEW  BODY
is certain that when the channel improvement works now being carried
out are completed, the city will rapidly nilv
association has been disbanded and a
new organisation formed, known as
the  Western  Canada Fire  Cnderwrit- I
ance to the position of a great  erg, a.wciatiorii whlch has genera, of.
Pacific port, whence tho richly laden
argosies of the whole world will come
and go. In the meantime there is much
io be done to put the place in a condition suitable to its future importance, and it behoves the authorities
to set about this necessary work with-
out  delay.
lices in Toronto and Montreal, and
controls the insurance rates of the
socalled board companies in the Do
minion.
-GROCERIE.
ii- C. cream, large cai 2 f0r
St. Charles cream, large ran' ��� .���-
Jersey cream, la g,    .,    2 for
Milk  (nine Ribbi
Assorted Jam    ���
. for	
BUTTER,   EGGS, and   NO. 1   p.T|
TOES AT LOWEST PRiCjS.
Adams & Dear
"GET THE  HABIT-
BAPTIST   LAYMEN
ARE NOW ORGANIZEO
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fall of the land to the south gives to j to devote her whole resources in men
the residential section the command ��f! and money to the defence of the Em-
a glorious scenic prospect of snow- j pire. Here then is outlined a li-old
capped mountains, extensive forest, [ national policy; the initiation of a
the vast river and the mighty sen, it j nievmnent that will mark a distinct
���also ensures the full enjoyment by era in tlie political history of tin- Do-
every citizen's home of the salubrious | minion. That it will be far reaching
influence of the sun, and its proximity i and effective in its results there can
is without a peer hi the typewriter world. It stands today the finest and most complete typewriter
manufactured.
SEE IT AT
j
ary conference this morning. The
needs of western Canada in respect
to missions were again the chief topic
of- discussion.
The Baptist laymen this morning]
organized the National Baptist Lay-j
men's Missionary movement, with an
executive of 200 representatives of all | We buy for cash a'nd sell for
J.	
The  Fair!
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240 Columbia Street.      i
the same *
Premier  Flour?
"If not, ask jour grocer for it at once, and be sure that you gel PRB-
M1F.R, as there is no other flour to equal it on the market.
PREMIER FLOUR ls becoming a household necessity.    If yw.
dealer does not stock lt, 'phon,. na    and we will    deliver it to you I
ourselves.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
to  the  Pacific seaboard    secures  thej be no doubt,    It. will set a noble ex-1 the   provinces  of the  Dominion
purity of its air, richly charged with  ample to other colonial dependencies W. Shenstone,   Toronto,   was elected SPECIAL TODAY���Maple Leaf I'la
life-giving ozone.     Little wonder need   of the great mother over the sea.   It   president, and Rev. W. T. Staekhou-e, 85C per doaen.
there be  that under such  wholesome,           --���-       -    ���.. ....   	
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Phone 335.
186  COLUMBIA  STREET.      P. 0. Drawer 100.
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so many Royal    City n-si-
ripened
_
influences
dents    should    live    to W<
jrears of old age.
But beyond Its mere physical beauty
and amenities, the attractiveness "of
its many line homes, with their uftat
trim gardens and grounds, its hand-
some public buildings, and iti we1
' tiered street.-, the city needs tinier -^��.-
good influences of a material kind yY
give it real value as a domestic home fsf
place. The chief of such needs is in JNJ
regard to education, and in 'his n \C
spect few Canadian cities are ben tV
equipped. Here whu j.^ known as ��� JnJ
educational   ladder  i.   provided  in \X
best form, and it is possible lor . IV
clever child to pass from the public ��**
���school, through the High School and'ITI
thence to college. V\'e have, too. lh POT
our midst a collegiate estublishmcni nxi
of high repute, which provides a com vQJ
plete education for members of ejtbi ;��� |T^
sex from the primary to ihe highest jrfjj
university stage. \or is the useful xU
and elwatlng intlui-nces of the an.- M*J
forgotten, wlnKi the physical well- KM
'being of all ii ensured by the v\i kv'
tence of facilities for recreative en- Q^
joyment in even form. Then, ton Mil
the position of the city Is al once ci n f&z
���n.l and convenient; it has already
excellent means of communication
with the American continent and indeed the whole world, .md in the ii'.'n
future both distant and local conn.,'.
tions will be very considerably Improved.
Long years of pal 'ill effort and
care on the pan of those who have isk
successively taken an active Interest Qj
tn the sharing of Ihi city, that..was JVj
hewn out of :b ��� prim.-vai fonsi v SW
years ago, and who bave shared m Hi Q��l
burden of Its development a,���i .,.,. h/i
ernmont. have bn.ui.ht New Weslinln *K|
ster to its present proud position, and tj^
to the.o the citizens owe no small hn
measure of gratitude, we feel sure'������
that in the future the besl Interests
Of the Royal Cltj  will be safely guard-
od in  the sun,   cfllclenl i ner ns
hitherto and that ii.-- development
along the l'-st line both as an important Industrial and commercial
centre and as a premier residential locality, win be carried forward In a
wise ami  broail-iiiliulcd  spirit,
OHNSTON'SI %("-���
YOUR
SHOE
BILLS!
for your next pair of
SHOES
Clothes
For Men
Read These Saturday S
Prices: gj
Men's  vclour calf   oxfords    "The   Maximum   Shoe."   LU
P'lir $4.00   FT?
Men's   patent leather blucher oxford.,, full  military   |T)
heels;   a  swell 8hoe  ��d .n   _K_T
$4.50
Men'
s   oxbiocd oxfords, our "Warwick  Shoe," none
more stylish per pa|P $4 0Q _nd |Mfl
Men's   oxbiocd Wucher    bals.    mad.    on     the  new
"Bud"   last     1 1-2 inch Cuban heel..
Women's  patent  colt  blucher oxfords, sl|  sizes and widths, per pair	
Pair  . . .$4.50
 $3.00 and $3.50
newest shoe in the  store, per pair $_-00
L'"l     ' I'   <  Russia ....If, , i     .vf"ds, made with the ring eyelet fasteners, pair  $3 5-
 $2.50
 $1.75
Women's  oxblood  oxfords,  ������Pemioia" make, the
Ladies' best turn sole chocolate   kid  oxfordf,  pair
Ladies' black  kid  oxfords with patent tips, pair
��j SPECIAL:
VORACIOUS SEALS.
fraser riV'r fishermen working
down stream ,n', suffering consider-
n'ly from tbe depredations of seals
iu-i now. AlmORi every noi brings
up xaniples of iin. almon thai have
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$1000 WORTH  OF   NEW CHILDREN'S  GOODS   ON   SALE  TODAY     ALL
SUMMER SHOES
You  know the  value of wearing good clothes.    Half the bus'
ness
YOUNG
Wc
battle Is won  by making the  right    first     impression.
MEN  have  voted this store THE STORE for natty clothes.      ^
pay special attention to the wants of young men and aW*)*'���
"Just the  Suit."      Our young men's suits have a podigree.       j
come   from   makers that   "know how."      The twists and turns
fashion are all honored-tho fabrics are smart and suits are
dash-
Sic., of the Big Electric: Boot.
. Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster^B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN B. C.
ing, distinctive and different.     $10.00, 15.00, $20.00 and $35-C0'
BUT���How much figure does the figure  on  a  swell suit cut      __
you see the suit to tell the atory?      We've your Easter suit
1 l.IK_gll H_#
�� H^f-W^E
'  en ' i'iiv    di, a .tn.'U:,!'    mauled or  tP^y1^ .T?\\~>'^'\Vmlt__-_^_r__<a_a_>_MM
balfeaten  by  lh    sen  Hogs,     Tin   ���  SIS^^EKEBBBS
THE OUTFITTERS.
m@��&* RDAV, APR'L 3- 1**-
��HE DAILY NEWS.
NEW.
LADIES
SAILOR
HATS
T. H. Smith
CHILDREN'S
AND
MISSES'
STRAW, ETC.
G WANTS
A HALF PAGE PULL OF GOOD BUY,NG NEWS 0F spR(N
Household
Furnlshin
VERY LOW-PRICED
The busy housewife is now or will shortly be started
Spring cleaning. To you we have very i, teSt ng
news. Read every word of this advertisement It
means money-saving to you that you never thought
possible.   READ:
White ana Cream Madras Muslins
at 35c per yard
MADRAS   AS    CURTAINING   MATERIAL    IS   GETTINr    -.n__
.EAR! fHEV MAKE NICE SERVICEABLE CURTAINS OF PLEAS^G A. .Ln^rn^ **"*
WELL     WE  HAVE ABOUT 10 PIECES, WHITE AND rrfam    ��� APPEARANCE  AND WEAR
PLA,N ANO TASSELED.       REGULAR 50. PeTyARD^^^^o0;^,3^   ��    "������    "'**
35c
65c, 75c, and 85c Colored Madras
for 50c per yard
THIS IS THE WHOLE RANGE OF OUR NEW COLORED Minn^     a, --.
FROM THE MANUFACTURERS  THAT  ANOTHER   SmPMFNiTc      AL^ADY    WE     HAVE   WORD
Some Very Handsome Sash Muslins
In Madras
WE HAVE SOME VERY HANDSOME SASH    MUSLINS    FRILLED   WITH   LOOPS   ALL     READY   TO
W ROD THROUGH.      PR ICES 25c, 35c AND 50c PER YARD.
Sash Muslins at 12 l-2c yard
."VER 10 PIECES  HANDSOME SASH   MUSLINS. 30c AND 36 INCH   WIDE.      ON  SALE  AT
12  12c
Swiss and Bobinette at 221-2 yard
Cm'.CwL��pF FRILLEDC0|N SPOT MUSLIN, 50 INCHES WIDE;
60N, _L    ��� AND 2 "IECES  FR,LLED   BOBINETTE, 33   INCHE
GOING FOR
3  PIECES   SWISS   MUSLIN  44  IN-
ES  WIDE.       REGULAR   35c  AND  40c
 22 1-2c
$2.75 Lace Curtains for $1-75
PATTERN ^n^  MW  WE W'LL SELL 0UR REGULAR $2.75 CURTAIN, 3 1-2 YARDS LONG, NICE
$1.75
Grand Showing of Art Muslins and
Crettonnes
^ YARD   ^      NEW  ART   MUSUNS   A^D   GOBLIN   ART   DRA PERIES GOING AT 8
c,   10c,  15c AND
J*ew Range of Crettonnes at 15c yard
B��* C0VER'PLnENT PATTERNS   IN   FURNITURE   CRETONNE   FOR   DRAPES,   COSY   CORNERS,
 _' ETC'      ON  SALE AT, PER YARD 15c
New Art Sateens for Quilts and Drapes
Ly NEW nFTTERNS T0 SELECT FROM;   HEAVY SATIN  FINISHED   WITH   NUMEROUS   ENTIRE-
._. bMCNS,      pER   YARD     20c. 25c AND 35c
con Fine Bed Pillows at $1.25 each
FOR TH   BEST  TICKING. GOOSE FEATHER FILLED.  REGULAR       PRICE    $150. NOW
^Hemstitched Pillow Cases 20c each
D 42 iNr
30tEACH-  yy^ WIDE   NICELY HEMSTITCHED. OF SUPERIOR QUALITY COTTON.    REGULAR
' 'N0W. EACH... 20c
,b   $2.50 Hemmed Sheets for $2.00
^^ I 3,  HEMMED READY FOR USE; WILL FIT LARGE DOUBLE BED.    GOING FOR $2.2i
****+****++4m++m++ii+4^+i>ii4+4++t*4444444++++ ++**+++++++++++4+++t
I H. SMITH'S House Cleaning Sale
City News
City engineer Blackman has commenced lii   dutieB.
tor first-f.,ass cut __wer_ and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
I'.vi.-' Greenhouse, B208. **
Have you got your tickets for the
Scottish concert? *��
The Westminster Intermediate Lacrosse association will meet on April
14. In the council chambers. City Hall.
'inns Voglsang Poultry Food is the
hesl   Ai your grocers and druggist. *
Do noi fail to read the real estati
��nd pro] i 'V for sain ads. on classified
page 2, They will save you money
an,! time. ��������
Hear the Williams' Jubilee Singers
in their plantation melodies at the
Opera House Tuesday evening, April
6th. ������
The con ecrai m . vice of Bt, Al-
ban'-- (Burnaby) church will be held
tomorrow, when the Lord Bishop of
the diocese will offli   ite,
See    Heavy weight    Champl'
Jobnaon and Ini.-- white wife,
rival,  reception  and   leaving   ..
ver;  racing in Stanley Park and four
teen round    Johnson and Burns. I i
tal Theativ, Monday and Tuesday.   **
Scottish    concert April    7th.      Reserve seats, 75c at Ryall's. **
The names of   Mr. and    Mi     '
Ford were omitted    from    the Hal  ol
���hose who sent floral    tributes to be
placed on the coffin of the late James
S. Rainey on Thursday afternoon.
Tan, chocolate and oxblood are the
new colors this' year. We have them.
W, E. Sinclair, the shoe man. **
Monday our auction  sale start.-   to
continue   till   everything   is sold.     I ;
am going out of the jewelry business.
Horace Dorer.
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There has been a delay in the work
ui   the   new   Thompson   block  owing
to a change in the design- by Uie architects, Parr and Fee. of Vancouver.
Reserve April 6th and go to the
Opera Hous-e and hear Mrs. William-,
of the Williams Jubilee Singers, slug
"So I/mg Mary." **
W. McAdam, formerly of Langley,
and J. Irwin, of Sapperton, are starting a real estate office in the Bank Of
Commerce block, Columbia, and Sixth
street.
Have you seen the latest? The ventilated shoe. Call. We will explain to
you. W. E. Sinclair, th., reliable shoe
man. **
J. M. Hamilton sings the songs of
old Scotland with all the spirit of his
race.     Opera House, April 7th.
All    Westminster
Scottish concert in
April Tth.
will    be al    the
the Opera House
**
Advance   tickets    for the    Scott.sh
|concert, Barclay und Adam.- and members of committee.
s
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Ladies:--Our oxfords are here. Call
and see ihem. They are a trifle newer
than what others have. W. E. Sinclair. **
James Leamy, orown timber agent,
who lias been experiencing considerable trouble with his eyes of late, will
go to Vancouver today for treatment
The Williams Jubilie Singers at the
Opera House, Tuesday, April 6th, under auspices of Knights of Pythias.
Hear them. ������*
C. Hamber, accountant, has removed 1
his office from the Brine Block to i
Room 11, Guichon Block. ** '
An  anonymous donor, a  Royal  Engineer, has given $10 toward the cost I
of the Simon Fraser monument.    The |
fund la still $S00 short.
For table decoration? aud wedding
liompiets���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist, 184 ���*
Eight thousand people listened to J.
M. Hamilton in New York. Be one
to give the company a rousing reception here. **
The adjourned meeting of the B
A. L. A. will be held in the Board of
i rooms tills afternoon, when the
status of the senior lacrosse clubs of
thla province will be finally settled.
Fred. Barclay, the comic, will brig t
en the concert at tha Opera House,
April 7. **
Gentlemen:���Our $5.00 "Slater Patent leather oxford is a dandy. Sold
only by W, E. Sinclair. **
The Canadian-Mexican liner Georgia will come up the river either this
evening or tomorrow morning to load
lumber at the Brunette mills for Mexican ports.
Sale of reserve seats for Scotch con-
cert begin? Saturday at Ryall's Drug
Store. ���*
The best company Of jubilee singers
travelling today is the Wiliams, at the
Opera House, Tuesday, April 6th.    **
Everything at our store thought by
private sale will be offered at less
than cost. **
Now
In...
FRUIT GROWERS' TREE SPRAY
ENGLISH  BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED   LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA  CHIPS
ARSENATE    OF    LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   GRA8S
SULPHUR
OUR   BARGAINS   IN
Sewing Machines at $30.
Matting at 15c up.
Grass Chairs (heavy stock), from
$1.50 up.
BARGAINS   IN  ALL   LINES.    AWNING    MAKING    AND    PICTURE  FRAMING A SPECIALTY.
W.  E. FALES
" The furniture Man, Upholsterer and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT CALL.81.
Auction Sale
Starts Monday, April 5, ���
at 2:30 p. m., and to continue until everything is
sold. Going out of*the
jewelry business. ' Sales
daily, afternoons at 2:30
and evenings at 7:30. Ev-
erything must go���diamonds and all precious
stones, rings, souvenirs,
| silverware, leather goods,
cut glass, optical goods,
clocks, watches, etc., etc.
J. A. Sinclair, Auctioneer.
I
Horace Dorer
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Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, London, England,
Is not only the oldest accident insurance company in the world, but
it h*is become famous for its pre mpt and liberal settlements, a, the
following letter will show:
A. W. McLEOD, Marcll !_, 1!f&9.
Agent Railway Passengers   Assurance Co.,
City.
Dear Sir���-I beg to acknowledge receipt of check in full payapnt
of my claim for accident which occurred to me in January last W_..e
playing hockey at Burnaby lake.
Although my claim was only put forward a few days ago, 1 hnve
already received a settlement, and thank you for the prompt man.er
in which It has been dealt with.
(Signed) F. ItHICHENBAOH.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the most Hberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking let m. place a policy for you.
PAID-UP CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER 30,000,000
drug store    ;   ALFRED    W.    McLEOD*
^^    NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for  Spectacles from   50
Cent* up. |'
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THE  DAILY  iEWS.
SATURDAY,APR|L,
1809.
C>
PORE GOODS ARE
COWan'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
MilK Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallion*, fctc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
I THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
.
CHURCH
SERVICES
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B_R_r^nK-_.''
Play Ball
Rubber Balls from 5c up
Lacrosse Sticks 35c up
Ease  Balls 10c up
Glcves and Milta 40c up
Bats 20c  up
Masks,   Body  Protectors,   etc.
AT
MOREY'S
Immigrants on  Corsican.
Halifax, April 2.���The Allan, liner
Corsican nrrived this morning from
Liverpool with 748 passengers*, including 67,", steerage.
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
{PENNSYLVANIA StflTHYfcCQAL
mn ANTHBACIT. COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers 4. Preston
Office, Front 8t., Foot of 6<xth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re tho north portion 17 by 5 chains
(8 3-2 iicres) of subdivision 12 and
the north portion 10 by chains (6
acres), of subdivision 13 of Lot 79,
Group 1, map 5_6, Xew Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certifies;-? of title number 2720P, Issued in
the name, of Charles P. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof. i:i a daily newspaper published In
thje city of New Westminster, issue
,". duplicate of the said certificate, tin-
.9 in the meantime valid objection
���   a ade to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster. B. C-, March 22, ISH)..
(Changes for this column must be
I,,'( in, or telephoned to, this office by
8 p.m. on Friday.. The omission of
my church notice from this column
I indicates that no copy has been turned ',
in by the pastor or other responsibly
I party.)
Sunday,  April   4.
j QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. \Y. H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible classes at
2.Ill) p.m. .Morning topic, Jubilee sermon to pioneers by Rev. Dr. Robson,
assisted by Rev. Thomas Crosby, D.D.
The pastor will preach in the evening.
i Evangelistic services will continue
throughout the week at 1 p.m. and aS
p.m., except Saturday. The pastor
will have charge of the services.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. .1. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and 7 p- m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
rn. Mid-week prayer meeting on
Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Morning subject, "The Penalty of Neglect;" even-'
j ing, "Excuses.'���
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH,
Sapperton���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M.'
A., pastor.    Public worship, morning,
II a.m.; evening, 7 p.m. Sabbath]
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.:
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 8 p.m. Y. P. S. C. E. Tuesday at
8 p.m. Morning "The Springtime of |
God." evening, "The Influence of [
Sport."
MADE IN CANADA
ROTE
YEAST
j Northern  Crown |w
_ HEAD   OFF If-P     u/iK.,n,. '"V
HEAD   OFFICE.   WINNIPEG
AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL	
'��� OOtl.tloo
*��� 200,000
Best Yeast
in the World
Sold and
Used    i
Everywhere!
E.W.Gilhn Co. t id
Toronto, O.i
A western institution, founded upon western canital
H   ol. guided ky
ern directorate, operating chiefly jn the west   ami _,
��� '<'���- aunintj to
western  interests.      Interest    paid on deposits.
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SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT
AT ALL  BRANCHES
I    y Manager, A. F. D. LACE. New Westminster,
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Westminster
Transfer Co.:
ufflee 'Phone 18b.      Barn 'Phone 137'
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   :o
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Somethin
Hand-Painted Photo
Frames.   Samples in
the window.
New Spring Goods J       J. J. MacKay & Co.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
'������1 ���	
���X
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee for
'allies and children, Saturdays at 2:30
...m.
Commencing   Monday,   March   ..,. j
OUT performance   wi'l   start    at 7:3-5 j
- harp.      Each  performance  runs one
hour and 30 minutes. Nothing but the
latest moving picture and Illustrated
,-ongs will be on exhibition at the Edi- j
son theatre.     Music will be furnlsfaed
by the New   Westminster   orchestra, i
Don't fail to hear and see them.
Admission, 10c. V      Children, 5c
F. L. KERR, Manager.
Crystal Theatre
THE LATEST UP TO DATE
MOVING PICTURE HOUSE
Illustrated song: "San Antonio,''
Sung by Mdlle. Zcska.
Who has become quite popular for
her good, clear singing. ' ,
Eti'.ii.' change of program Monday.
Wednesday and Friday.
Matinees for ladies an_ children, 2
to 5 p.m. Evening performance ni
7 p.m.
A chance t" a'1 patrons on tea ^et
mi exhibition thl.- week.
He subdivision 11 of Lot 70, Group
1, New Westminster District; Lots 18
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K.
V., being part of Lot 6, Suburban
Brock IV., New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 16027A, issued in
the names of Charles Frederic Sprott,
Francis K.nia Schou, Lucy Christine
Schou. has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in th.. meantime valid objection be
mr.de to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry OfBce, New Westminster, B. C, March 22, 1909.
NOTICE.
NOW
is the time you Bhould get rid ol thai
old furniture and pul In some n- w
guilds.
We pay the highest possible prlcea
for second-hand goods and we are
able in sell you almost anything you
require In the way of furniture as well
as Hundreds of othei- useful articles,
lew and second-hand. When you
want a square deal all around go to
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
Just received���a shipment of new
fcicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  on  the Wheel.''
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTI8E
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW
Westminster's Home  Pap'-r.
Take notice that I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, B. C, ..rmsr, intend to
apply to the Honorable Chle! Commis-
slone.- of Lands and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing lease on the
following described land: Commenc
ing at a post on the east snore of
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district
about a mile south of the mouth of
Lake creek, thence west across thi.
island to the shore, thence following
the shore northerly, oasterly and
Southerly to the point of commencement.
No. 2 lease.���Zayas island, Port
Simpson ,'ilstrict, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No. 1 lease,
thenc- west across the island to the
Sb��-v, thence following the shore
south, rly, easterly and northely
around to the point of commencement.
C. W. PRESTON.
-an. 28. 1009
a
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter  Holidays
In connection with the above round
trip tickets will be sold at one single
fare and one-third. Tickets on sale
April Mb to 12th inclusive. Good to
return up to and Including April 13th.
School pupils and teachers will be
given tickets from April 1st to 21st.
ED. OOUl-CT,
Agent, New Westminster.
or C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. <;, nl. Puss.
WEST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
���Rev. T. VYardlaw Taylor, M.A., P_.
D., minister. Services at 11 a. m. a��d
7 p. m.    Sunday school ��i 2:30 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev- J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Morning, "Social Morality and Friendship with God;" evening, "The Redemption of the Political Life."
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. F*.
A. Mag-ee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:I.ii p.m; Epworth
League Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at S p.m. Morning, "The Reward of Righteousness;'*
evening, "Methodism In it. C. Sin. ���
_S53."
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
be conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows: 11 a.m., Holiness, 3 p.m., Free and Easy meeting;
7:30 p.m., Salvation meeting. Captain
E. McMillan, officer in charge. A
welcome Wil] be tendered Lieut. Mercer, of Toronto Training College.
HOLT TRINITY���Rev. A. Shlldrick,
rector. Holy Communion 8 ami., Matins 11 a.m.; evensong at 7 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, U.
W. W. Bromwich, East Burnaby. Services as follows: East Burnaby, Sunday school at two o'clock; preaching
service at 3 p.m.; young people's ser-
*ice at 7:30 p.m.; Thursday, prayer
service at 8 p.m. West Burnaby,
Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching
at 7:30.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
R. M. Tnotnpsnn, pastor. Services at
11 a.in. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. E|iworih league on Monday
evening. Prayer me. ting Wedm day
i-veiuii
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues, class meeting at 10
u.ui. Preaching at it u.ui.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p.m ; opening service, 7
p.m.  Mrs, Ada  Forman, evangelist.
BT. PAUL'S REFORM EI) EPISCO-
I' A I.--Rev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Ser-
vlce al M a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Com-
tnunion first Sunday In the month after morning service. Prayer meetirg
"ii Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
JUST   ARRIVED
Exactly   the   material  you   wanl   for
suits made to order.    Perfect fit guar-
I
! anteed,
[l-IEE CI-IUNGi
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.!
Opposite Windsor  Ho'.^;,
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
W+++++++++++++++++++++++++
NEWS DEALERS
��������<���>������><
HOUSE of QUALITY
New Spring Goods for:
Ladies and Gentlemen!
A beautiful line of materia! lor
tailor made costumes and Buitinga _as
just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit and eood
workmanship.
WING   YUEN
Kwong  On   Wo &  Co.   Block,
Columbia   and   Mclnnes   Sts.
Phone 54.
P. O. Boi f,05.
Everything that
Fashion Approves
The mon. particular you arc in thte
.selection of your toggery the more
anxious arc we to make you acquainted with the character of our stock
Everything that fashion approves
in gentlemen's attire finds a place in
our store���and mp.iiy .styles and patterns are exclusive with us.
When you want what's right in
style, quality and price, you'll come
here of course.   -      ____________�����-���
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'COLLARS^
Fraser River Service
	
Sir. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli-1
wack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SAT-1
URDAY.
at 8 a.m., calling at following -xilnts;
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen YaJ-1;
ley, Whonnock, Ruakln, Silver-dale, Mt.
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    Hat.i.
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas anj \
Chilliwack.     Returning   leaves   Chilli
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and .un-
day at 7 a.m.    Excellent    passenger
accomodation.    Lowest Freight rat'"-.
WESTERN    STEAMBOAT    CO.,   Lt.
R. Whl.more, Mgr.
New Westminste:
J. EUGENE BROWN 6f CO.
272 COLUMBIA STREET
Horse Sho
April 21, 22, 23 and_24.
RESERVED SEAT SALE. VANCOUVER OPERA HOUSE. Non. _.�� Ol^
Season Tickets only ..
(1
WAR   SCARE  HURT
BUSINESS  IN  SOUTH
Agt., Vancouver,
A  FEW LEFT
Good Russet Apples
Splendid Cookers
$1.50 Per Box
Moody Park Store
Corner 10th St. and 6tli Ave,
San Francisco, April   2.���The current  number   of the California Guardian, published by the National Guard
nuI Naval Militia association, contains
in  appeal    to the    merchants of the
' ite for heartier support of the cltl-
'/������ n    soldiery.      The    editorial    s.J's:
"The Japanese    war scare    has hurt
ll lines. In San Francisco. What will
'top this talk of war?      A  powerful
V.uial guard is the answer. Eastern
capital  and  eastern  people  are afraid
'if  the    tate   which   has   a   guard   no
 r than California  because they
.,. that we may be attack* ,i by
an oriouta! enemy at ,'>nv time
GET YOUR SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel   Block,  P.  O.  Box  644,
New  Westminster.
���tieral  hale   	
PRICES:
Se.'uson uckets (good tor a'l performances)
EVENING���
First two rows	
.Next two rows	
Last four rows   	
AFTERNOON���
First two rows.   	
Balance unreserved   	
,,   .April .���>! ID it*
..ml 12
Hi
Children   	
Mall orders addressed to \i. ll. RlcketU,  Esq., accompanied v
vim,,  will  be  tilled  in the order of receipt.
POSITIVELY NO TELEPHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED
Beef, Mutton,
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. niY  APRIL3, 1909
THE   DAILY  KEWS.
PAGE SBVTDN
Shirts
RTS
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YOUR CHOICE OF A WINDOW
PULL OF $1.25 AND $1.50 W., G. *.
R- AND TOOKE BROS., LTD., MAKE
TO CLEAR FOR
Shirts
THE  SHIRT
THESE ARE SOFT FRONT GOODS
AND ALL GOOD WASHING PATTERNS. TAKE A LOOK AT OUR
WEST   WINDOW.       YOU'LL  BUY.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
SOLE  AGENTS  FOR  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
���iBelaintv rea.! unci. Rooms Journalist Plans
MISS  REID.  PROP.
Warm Lunch from   12  to  2.
tteroooa uu a specialty. Home-made
.ad, cake Tea. ! " cream in sea-
Upstairs, above I be Fair.
Trip to the North
(Continued from Page One.)
BUDGET DEBATE
CENTRES ON EREE COAL
specimens  for th.   L'n.t.-d State
ypONT  BLOCK.    COLUMBIA   ST.'logical survey and   .ul also make ob-
|0pen lrom r:30
lay to 9 p.m.
a in  to 7 p.m., Sat
is- WE8TM IsTER
TRICT.
LANU    DIS-
District of  Surrey.
(Ml  i   . ..:y   T.   'I lirlft
inds to apply  :��� ���    ; ermission to
se the foil escribed land:
lanti d where
���..'.���'     ���     * -  .    ,,f    lot 606,
ta.'iw(t), New Westminster dis-
let er si       i ���
p. prtilonp-J, running north and
Mtkiti ig two (2). town-
'���?<���-���" II); thi ii ��������� iduth 160 rods.
m��ut it,- :> i hence north u
|_*l 100 fi ��� of the 1" tore
kid)!, southerly   bo mdary of loi
group two (2);  thence easterly
*"*! 'o the : herly  boun-
^of k>t ' a,, ,i-l, to a
���to'6: rod-   . e 41 th paral-
''"������ '".   Vieiue   west   to
P'j't mark and 62 rods distant
puis said 19th vial.������! of north
(tato: thence south 62 rods; thence
point where the southerly
���<larjr of lot  .05,  group tw0   (.)
f'����cts the before mentioned 49th
���* of north latitude; then follow-
| fts said southerly boundary of lot
?roui' tw" v,. to the point of
JWment, ,���Ii: , ,,n- by pgtlma.
F^w.   aundred
*** or less.     ___
(jjN m White Rock   B
p�� *��y of February, 1909,
HENRY T. THRIFT
lew V*.
and    forty  acres
this
bTMINSTER    LAND
TRICT
DIS-
_2 '' ' ���   undersign^
-,"''  ' I     '" toe hon. the com-
J^�� of land, for permission to
v.
in
X,��,,"    ' ''I    hinds
"Mitmlnste
���UIr't:,"noln,.  ��� ���
Klin. , '"   There  tlie
��Sf* ��������� runjxlngeaai
*���) ol lot  506, group two
r^n'nater district; tlwnoe
-t-riy , " 0 southerly and
pLw ,     ' l0 ,ni* westerly and
���.   ">  loundary   ,������   the   8ai(J   ,ot
*th,Mnt*"aefnrolonged)roi_
Bervations  for  various  other scientific
institutions.
Ignorance  of   country.
Mr. Radford's outfit Is somewhat
out of the ordinary for a North Pole
adventurer. His pack which will soon
be forwarded to Athabasca i.u,.nni'.
consists Of six Kims, two walking
sticks, three sets of linoleum undi r-
wear, an oil stove, two cameras, a
suit of evening clotnes and a Belt-
locking typewriter, other members
of the In,l,.or Kxplorers' Association
will be surprised to learn that he will
subsist on malted milk and chocolates
Mr. Radford Is heading for the country knowing absolutely nothing about
It. His quest is but the private entei
prise of B traveller, who, he says,
wl b.���.- to see things as tbey really are.
He does not consider what he Is at-
temptlng ;,< anything heroic. He decries the idi a that tne trip la necessarily ou-- of hardship, He will live
among the people of the north, and
eat, sleep and live as they live, and
the comfort, if any, obtained from this
,wlli only be supplemented by the
stock of provisions nnd necessaries
which he is carrying.
Journalistic Record.
The explorer Is a vigorous younfi
man of twenty-eight and a native Of
New York. He was the associate
editor of Field and Stream from 1901
to 1904, conducting an Adirondack
department. He has been active In
game, fish and forest protective legislation, and has obtained several appropriations from the legislature for
the purpose of re-stocking the Adirondack region with moose, wapiti and
beaver. He is a member of many
of the leading associations of sportsmen in the United States and Is the
author of several books. Including
"Adirondack Murray" and "The History of the Adirondack Beaver."
Chief Tariff Issue Raised By
Members From the West���
Ralph Smith Active.
Ottawa, AprH 2.���During the debate
|on the budget, which will be brought
'on as soon as parliament reassembles
after the Easter recess, it is probaole
the chief tariff issue to be raised Wlll
be in connection with the demand of
a number uf members from the west
and from Ontario for free coal.
Nothing will be done by the government this session toward removing
the present du:y. but It is certain the
matter will be vigorously pr, ssed next
session in view of the offer contained
In the Payne bill now before the Tinted States congress for reciprocity in
coal.
Ralph  Smith, Nanaimo,  Will, during
'the debate    on  the budget,    strongly
urge action bj the governmenl to remove the coal duty next session.
In the commons today the government voted down on a straight party
vote the opposition resolution proposed yesterday in connection with
the marine department estimates. Hon.
Mr. Fielding then introduced the first
supply bill of the session, totalling
146,000,000, including $30,000,000 pass-
ed to date, and one Quarter of all the
remaining estimates. The latter is
necessary to pay current expenses until the main Items are passed.
li o o
F lo u
IS DIFFERENT
It is
the
New
Flour
All
Western
Canada
Is
Interested
In
_
We are not making this announcement for the purpose of describing the
superior qualities of "ROBIN HOOD" Flour. We intend you to find them out
for yourself. We want you to find them out as quickly as possible, because we
know for an absolute certainty that once you have tested it thoroughly you will
never use any but "ROBIN HOOD" Flour'afterward. That has always been our
experience, and we feel sure it will be the same in New Westminster.
Now note what we are doing. We are sending our staff of "ROBIN
HOOD" girls into New Westminster to call upon every home. They will call
upon you. They will tell you something about "ROBIN HOOD" Flour, about
the way it is made, the quality of wheat it is made of, and they will give you
some idea of what makes "ROBIN HOOD" Flour different from other flours. It
is the flour you should use.   It will prove its superiority.
All over the West "ROBIN HOOD" Flour is making a tremendous impression.   Join the thousands of happy users.
Look for the "ROBIN HOOD" girls and be sure to give them an order.
They will visit you in a day or two.
The Saskatchewan
9 v
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
*...!)��� jfl0
���to: ,.   "Iul *"'*���' ttomgh section
^ir..?!p ""������ u>' n-
^t.hnpd r,ct;"" �����wth
��*��_���  !nu' ������������"" ������������iv Perallei with
be
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*nere the centre
t�� east or west
"����� -10),  Intersects
���   north along
'-������������  Of said )0t 505
A Marathon Dance.
Kamloops, April 2.���Kamloops is to
have a Marathon dance immediately
after L<mL Arrangements are now
under way and the promoters have already secured the assurance of several good prizes. The dance will be
conducted along similar lines to those
followed in the large American cities.
Prises will be given for the couple
,lancing the farthest distance in a given time as well as the couple making
a given distance in the quickest time.
Choice  Hams  18c
AT THE
TENDER FOR  RED RIVER BRIDGE.
***�� Said   RO���lh    ,    ""-���   1""MU*-1   witu
riotfiS t ' boundary,,f "���"
���outh oi jl ' " P��lni Immediately
line in,,,, ''"'nt wnerp th. -��*-���._
Eft?!
to tho '
^:t.n.       Int"rsect�� Wgh-water
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth Bt tnd   Fifth Arenas
PHONE  870.
BOWEUL * ODDV. Proprietor*
lh,
��<N!,ry,,   '"""ly
""'k,
nf hei I
'1 C(l
'"I   northerly
nnd    westerly
'���   .'Ofi  to  tho
containing ;>��� 8stl
". nt v.-,.". '"'""' W less.
InninR
acre,
J^W"1 '  "'"*��� "��� V... Febrt,
111(11 r, \_ent
JThe Arrow Press
MRS.   E.   M.   DOMINY, Prop-
desires to thank her ninny customers
for their patronage and hopes that we
win bo oontlnued.    Careful �����
,.,1,.,-s for Job
printing   and   handbi
mos.   letterheads,  etc., IH'1'
the shortest no'.ice nnd
same    ^	
tention Is paid    to all   Oi ^^
_. tit*Ki':V upturn,"! out
in th>' :��";t
if you can
.'I!
style.    Phono your order
not cull, PH-'ie B466.
The Arrow Press
FRONT  STREET.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned, and marked on the envei
ope   "Tender    for    the    lied    River
Bridge,"  will  be  received at  the of-
nce of    the    Commi6Sioneia  ol    the
i Transcontinental    Railway    until    12
; o'clock noon on the 8th day of April,
! 1909, for the construction and erection
of a  steel   and  concrete   bridge  and
I approach   spans  over  the   Red   river
[between  Winnipeg and  St.  Bouiface,
near the foot of Lombard street, to-
jether   wiih   (trading   and   approach
spans over streets in Winnipeg.
Separate tender, must be submitted for the substructure with other
works, as per scueduie, and for superstructure.
Plans, details and profiles may be
sin and full Information obtained at
the office of the chief engineer at Ottawa,  and  also  at the offlce of  the
district    engineer    at    St.    Boniface,
Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the forms supplied by the
Commissioners, which may be had on
application to Mr. Hugh D. Lumsden,
chief engineer, Ottawa, Ont., ani M.
S. R. Pouiin, district engineer, St.
Boniface. Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, end witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank of the Dominion of
Canada, payable to tue Commissioners
of the Transcontinental Railway, for
the sum of |25,00_ for substructure
and other work as j.er schedule, and
for the sum of $25,000 for steel superstructure and floor.
The chetjues deposited by tne
party whose tender is accepted will
be deposited to the credit of the Receiver-Genera; of Canada as security
for the due and faithful performance
of the contract according to its terms.
Cheques deposited by parties whose
tenders are rejected will be returned
within ten days after the signing of
the contract.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all  bldstaoln    6   . .ogicOthe ao
or all  tenders.    By order.
P. E. RYAN, Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental  Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, Cth MarcU, 1MB.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
commissioners will not ba paid for It.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dmeten in All Kina   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe*.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the Steamier
Transfer will leave lliaekm.ii K. -.
wharf every week day afternoon, c\
cept Saturday, at :i p.m. for Lidner,
Westtuim Island and way ports. !. .-.;-
urday at 2 p.m., returning to Nvw
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO 6TEVEST0N TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAY8.
Returning, leaves West ham 1_��.d
every week day morning, except F.1
day, at 7a.m., and Ladner Ml am.
Friday leaves Westham Island <-. . m
and Ladn��r at 6:45 um.
Additional   trip   Monday   morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 n.m.
This schedule    subject    tn change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates up-
ply to
ROBERT   lAHUINE,
Manager.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
E.urne,   B. C. ^^
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brL
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.00   M      "
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FEED ME .('HANTS
FRONT 8TRBET.
New Weit-nineter.
Telephone 833.
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WARE, QO TO
|| JAMES & McCLUGHAN   j
;; Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster _
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A TREMENDOUS!
THESE   SUNNY  DAYS  AND
A SET OF
I JUL MEETING OF
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
Money-
Saving
Opportunity
I
Gilray
Curtain +
Stretchers *
Officers of  Holy   Trinity     Ladies'  Society  Elected  Yesterday���Good
Work Done.
I
THE
Public Supply Store
is simply selling1 out
their Crockery and;
Glassware at a big
reduction.
are     necessary   to    make   your
cyrtains  look  like  new.
We have two kinds arid will
be pleased to have you call and
inspect them.
The members of the Women's Auxiliary of Holy Trinity Cathedral met for
I
Anderson &
Lusby
Columbia Street
+++++++++++++++++++++++++
If you want any-j
thing in this line, j
-or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
the annual audit of accounts yestcr
day, elected officers tor the elislliiiS
year, and epitomized tlle work performed iu the past twelve mouths.
There nre twenty-five working members and seven honorable. The average at tendance each Friday is ten.
Fourteen members were in attendance, and the list of officers is as follows: President, Mrs. Dickenson,
first vice-president, Mrs. \V. J. Armstrong; second vice-president, Mrs. J.
J. Jones; third vice-president, Mrs
George Turner; treasurer, .Miss Phillips fancy work president, Miss
Jones; Dorcas Leaflet corresponding
and recording secretary, Mrs. A. M.
Herring.
The past year has been very successful financially, and the Cathedral
Women's Auxiliary, besides the sums
earned by them, for plain and fancy
needlework, netted forty-eight dollar.
from a strawberry social, and one hundred und twent)-nine dollars from a
bazaar and concert, given by them i
during the second week of December.
Tlie Women's Auxiliary donated two
hundred dollars toward tbe debt uj>ou
Bt. George's hall, one hundred dollars
iur kalsominlng, etc., the Cathedral,
and forty dollars for necessary- repairs
to ihe rectori. but missionary an.
Dorcas work has not been neglected.
IA bale of Christmas goods wus sent
BANK   OF   COMMERCE  BUILDING.]10  th��  Lytton   mission,  containing  a
j counterpane made by the young ladies
(of the Cathedral Guild, four dollars in
jcash from Mrs. Wm. Wolfenden, with
A  SNAP!
THIS WEEK  ONLY.
GAS AND GASOLINE MANTELS AT
LESS THAN COST.
The Pearson Electric Co.
���Successors to T. Mowbrey
Electric Works'
Opposite Postoffice.
PRONE 331.
Pianos
Organs
Talking Machines
i Victor and  Edison)
AND  ALL THE   LATEST  RECORDS
P. O. SOX 928't0y8, boo*CB. clothing, etc., making a
 i total of $20.25.     A cot bus been fur-f
���nished for the Alert Hay hospital w'lth
blankets, sheets, pillow-cases, towel.--, j
counterpanes, etc., at a cost of $33.    I
The members of the Vancouver Wo- j
men's Auxiliary'  he'd their last quar- t
terly meeting at St. Georges hall, and t
together  with the  St  Barnabas' and .
St.   Mary's  Auxiliaries   of  Sapperton,
were entertained at afternoon tea 'by
the ladies of the Cathedral Auxiliary,
to the number of over a hundred.
These household ne-j Sewing Machines
cessaries will never! ' """ _r * m'����"
FUNERALS.
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere
than at the     I J. H Todd's Big Music House
ALL   TH_   LATEST   SHEET   MUSIC
We   have   them   all   at   prices to suit
everyone.
Mr6. F. D. Smith.
The funeral takes place at Cloverdale tomorrow afteroon of Mrs. Fanny
U. Smith, a pioneer oi Uie district,
��� ^hose death has taken place at tbe \
a.ge of 7C. Che ft as a native of th,
state cf Vermont,  V. S.  A.
COLUMBIA STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
CEO. ADAMS, Prop.
LADIES:
BEFORE HAVING THE GIRLS'
AND MISSES' SPRING AND
SUMMER DRESSES MADE UP,
HAVE A LOOK OVER OUR
STOCK���WE WILL BE ABLE TO
CONVINCE YOU THAT IT IS
CHEAPER TO BUY READY
MADE THAN TO MAKE THEM.
WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES
UP TO 16 YEARS AND IN ALL
PRICES.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
El'ard  Block, New Westminster
Why Stir Up the Dust?
Buy a Vacuum Cleaner. Brooms and
carpet sweepers make dust and pack
the dirt more solidly. A Vacuum
Cleaner lifts it out by suction force.
No dust.      No noise.      No Labor.
Mrs.  Donald  Eastman.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Donald
Eastman take.-; place tomorrow alter-,
noon to the Oddfellows' cemetery. Shr
was but 19 years of age.
Richard Kells.
The interment of the    remains   Of
Richard  Hells,  who died suddenly at
Cloverdale on Wednesday  night, will i
take place this morning to lhe Churrh j
of   England  cemetery,     Rev.   A.   Sllil
drick officiating.
E. P. Hogoen.
The remains of Evan Percy Ilogben,
aged 35, of Langli y, will be interred
there this morning. He died at the
Royal Columbian hospital from tuberculosis.
GAMBLERS REAP HARVEST
ON   LINER  AMERIKA
Doane, Bailey & McKay
AGENTS.
fSuccessors to B. W. Cook)
Front   St..  Dominion   Trust   Building.
I    New   Vork,    April   2.���Professional
I gamblers fleeced  passengers on    the
j Hamburg-American      liner    Amerlka,
from Hamburg, out of $4,000, accord
lng to news   which   became current
I after the arrival of the vessel here last
night. The sharpers use,) bridge whist
as their medium of gambling nnd were
active during the first  stage., of the
trip,   it was not long, however, before
it became known aboard that profes-
sionala were busy and they were generally shunned thereafter.
+++++++++9++++++++44+444++���������������.
r++++++++++
A. J. BIRTCH
'THE WHITE   HOUSE"
.
That Fire Gong
Means something-it means that somebody is suffering what you may
suffer ���ny day-loss of property by fire.      Th-_e |osse_ ._e unavo)d.
able, but where protection is ample the loss may not be felt.
Cn you afford to carry your own  loss?      Few can.      See  us today
and talk the matter over.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. chilliwack
New Westminster, B. C,
New Sprin
Coats
MEETING WITH IMMENSE
SUCCESS
We refer now to a range of New Spring Coats ranging in price from $7.75 to $15, made in the new
straight-line effect, semi-fitting and tight-fitting
styles, plain-tailored and self-strapped, button-
trimmed, in the latest striped and plain coverts, also
checks, 24 to 32-inch lengths.
A Large Assortment of
New Net Waists
Waists which are vetting with
great favor. Tb'. are made of
'black, white and ecru net, silk
lined. Nets are plain, sprigged
and filet style; also the popular
colored ring spot effects. Prices
range from 16.25 to 115.75 each.
Ask to see them in tbe ready-to-
wear section.
Opening the Spring Season
With an Excellent Range
of Lisle Hosiery
We place befor. our customers
the largest and idom complete
range of spring hosiery we have
ever shown. We have made our
own importation? direct from German and English manufacturers
and offer hosiery buyers stockings
at prices which show the advantages of such buying. See our
special showing toda.. in the tios-
ierv section.
New Tinsel and
Fancy Silk Beltings
Persian effect, fin..! and gold mixtures; plain corded and fancy
silk Beltings in 1 1-2 to 2 1-2 Inch
widths, with a big assortment ot
Buckles available to select a style
suitable to nee with belt lengths
chosen.
������������������*
Boys' and Girls'
Buster Belts
White, black ;j*d coiored leathei
BtUter  belts-    _ow   in    stock in all
���fins.
Ladies' New Easter
Neckwear
Z0 pieces of fri.Ling in chiffon, pel
nnd muslin; all colors; Laet
Stocks. Net Collars, Tulle Colla
of every description; plain and
embroidered Linen Collars; In
fact almost every popular sty., li
now being shown in the Keckweai
action. We invite you to
the display now set fsrtb
Almost a Complete
New Range of
Easter Hats]
S-t forth in our spacious Mllllnei.
siiow rooms. Dozens of newi)
trimmed models have been made
ready for the special Easter rush
which is taxing the staff of this
department to the utmost MM-l
new varieties of Flounces Braids,
ornaments, Ribbons, have Jusi
COD_e to hand. New slur
hero In a choice lelei '
styles. Make your selection �����"*
nnd we will see that you l����
.vonir hat for Esskt.
+***++++***++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++****w4***
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
-   THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
+++++++++++++ HnMMMMMMMM.Mt *+t
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