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INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
,   .   ,, ��� STMINSTER,  B. C.
N.W   WEI
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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MINSTER, U. C SATURDAY MORNING   MAY 1, 190..
''.NTS i'KR COPY
pil!i> ON
Dli Of DAM
MILITARY .011        I
1MB PRISONERS
Which   Van-
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HAPPY MAY DAY FESTIVAL       |
WA_ CARNIVAL OF PLEASURE
I nirty-Nintli Annual Ceremony Surpasses Its Predecessors
CaroriAtion of Miss Helen Hale Successfully
Conducted     Many Attend Picturesque Evening function.
ELEVAIO. COMPANY     C0NVIC1 FEARS HE
IS INCORPORATED     WILL CORRUPT PEN
Westminster Business Men Felon Asks For Pardon Lest
Li censed to Operate With     He Disturb Morals of Pe-
$250,000 Capital.
	
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The ,1-finltp  resolntlon    passed   '>:���
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���������   ,. ������ - now occupied i  Westmin.
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nH^-inf-  baa ifacilitat..-,:  tne i.rj-.ir.iza-
iii>u  of Uie company.
nai Institution.
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.���   plea  fo a convict   o
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governor baa expressed an bathe  wrltei  and  may act on
the letter.
WHITEWASH  A JAIL
FOR CHURCH SERVICE
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of   Amer.cj.
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ia-d oil in ii:-   A   E,  Ben bos   ti -  .     .: a <-ldl��-rlv ��� app*a.anc��.-.  lhe
..( Ii-i.:-.- Cltj   ��ti����enJAyiJ (olloB ..   was    tbe  oraie.     obeerveat
���    . ���  m ooateeted   will carry i ;    ���...-.. Vaaooavar,jgulerCap)
bis cr.iv. > s i..       .    ;.-.;:     Beymour   and   moo
������ .      lo pen     - i R.T. A   H. Etovere^a      At.
I si     ��� ������' it.ni'- Salnu      Vancouver,    unde:    i apuus
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\ ,    ���-������������-������; ������, '���',.   wl ���   .- ;...    ..  a.  Pemplara Corju.    ������
'��������������� ������ '.'.. r Bern   Staffs. . .i d
. !.j��  !.. devisees ol oui ...     .md   MaeM-n.:..-   . j   v..
h��-lii>   trom Belting to StanJar I "il or .- D*        x,.xt     ,-Ur,      y
WU- |WBIled States of Anu-rica, one Ttwnia.
Mac- Lliaiten an Englishman, who amv-
i��<] ���.L..-!^ in 1C2-, eiected a may pole
.in lhe .-ear lG.'T. .tnd invited tha In
dUna from all niiuni. witb ciiem holding tt voli
in Knfc-i-:i,l M_y Dav ��a.-- ons ol
Lhe greatest festivals evea held tiearj
Vill. vv-.-nt amaylng with yin-en Cath-
mdpe and ins tour:, -.very v_i'..i��:- hud
its .���'_.;  poll  .md tbe firs- of Ma;, area
tm-
iM DEANS FOLLOW
SLACK HAND THREATS
. ��� bee, April  30.���Mlnlstera ot
��� ity have decided tha*. It is neces-'
���<. hold aervicea in the city jail
on  Stt-day, owing to the increa... or
lers In th*- city hastiie.
A local minister visited the prisoners
I while they were working on the chain
gang and talke. wkh th*-m a'Kiut tne
meeungs.      Tbe pian met with h^iirty
approval.
Chief of Police Enschro has had tn.,
jail w_i*.ewas_ed preparatory to the
meetings and arrangements have be.n
made for .lnging and other entertain-
iment.
VETERAN   STEAMBOAT
CAPTAIN  PASSES AWAY
Extort,����iie_s.    Failed  in    Attempt  to
Collect  $1000 trom   Grocer.   Set
Fire   to   His   Premise!.
Ifor I Btaadard Oi| i
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.   . r Beaboa
.Vv     ����� ���:,.,������ ��� I   ���
and �� bli I baa  ��� n.
been boui
Pl .   Luis  tirlgaul,. tn>m  Van-
'   .; '.-..:i      Peat!
the maddest, mem.-st day of ail the
glad n*-�� year. Uu: nonhe-e in tin-
world la Mav Itey carried out with bo
much jomp. vigor, or enthu-ia-m, sa
in ou: V.:r dt_ <..; Nee Wi --.minster
..- you ladles .md gentlemen __���..
poi tunitj   ��� ,1      ,_i;;ng."
in closing  the inaK-r of oecemoo-
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_    ������  the Maj   Daj   fel     as well
.i-   lhe   Boys -    !��� He   introC'alv
Kali.pell, Mont., April 30.���-Captain
James Kerr. 72 years old, a navigator
well known throughout Montana, Idaho. Washington. British Columbia and
Alaska, died unexpectedly yesterday
in the pilot house of the steamboat
Klondike on the Flathead lake. Death
was due to heart disea.-e.
Capt. Kerr came to Montana in l'S6
from Michigan,    where    he    plied the
Great Lake*.     He built and navigated
Flathead lake
I ��� and Donovan si .    the u---*i oi the Ma.   tl ��� Qnem-
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.UZLD UPIUM EASES  I
ARE FILLED WIIH MACLES^;
ili'U Kev.    A    \-    mi', ncle:
Ti,.- ,.   i ier of boys pri -��� al In
::. in  uniiiiino  ws    ���> m ���'
' :'.*.n      ,s. \: r_"     ths Bugle __i_ h,;- |
lun.i i.f A a:,j H Companlea, i> C  0
IL.   uuder   _���   I ;.    .i-..���'.   i'..- .
Dli tt nsob
Ud   h.ule. sad partj ioilv.w-d in a
,.,!.,   -   i.i-:....:��� 1  il,'u a long sue
<-1-ct  and their malda of iionor.
Th( Annual  Messages
Mr    I'.m,   ���   :-���      ;iien     read     llJ-a.
- .1^-'-.
Mast-: of the Ceremonies,���Macs
���egret Impossible ' i be srlth >ou owing   tn   Important   engsgement     My
  _         .��� rj beet wishes tor the children, who
toC-Jbllee.    ngs, .oats.'"J- celebrating th ���  Maj   Daj   ft.tiva!
New York. April 30���Eight person's
five of them children, were burned to I
death   and   fourteen    others   were   m- i
ljured  iu  an  incendiary  fire  early  to- i___.  first steamboat on	
day in a Bro Story tenement house at.jwhlch  te  had operated    for th^ last
37  Spring street, occupied  by twenty ;twelve year..
famiii ���-.      The blaze    followed a de- | ��� ���'	
mand by members of the Black Hand
soctetj for the payment of Sluuu black-
mail. lt spread through the bunding
with rapidity as the hallways had bee.i
soaked with oi] by the Maefcallera.
In a panic which fonowed tb..- alarm.
tho tenants fought their way down the
fire e-*?ape_ or Jumped  lrom the win- _
|dows   while tables were thrown from |quarantine, and  11 death-  re_orded to
windows into the arms of policemen,   l^^-      Dances have    been foroidden.
Jacob  Bruck. the  propnetor of the1^-"-*'3.'--  ^bools    cios.-d.and a pbysi-
grocerv store oa tbe main Hoor of the |^f��,_rt^?n^i^j
SPOKANE  IN  GRASP
OF SCARLET FEVER
Spokane, April 30.���Spokane is in
the throes of the most severe scarlet
fever epidemic in the history of the
city, more than 130 cases being under
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Curiotia  Oiacovcry     Made  by  Cuvtoms
OBicera���Ltaivir-.g  Cases  Led  'o
Inwesdigation  at  Victoria.
Vienna.   April    "    l_<    Maamer
(i)ineMr rju .irriv-.n  .- - ���   daj   '���
thai   iw.-ivr   big   '.  ��� Ml".   SacB
boldlng IM bo*I ��_ ������" :'"'i-��� ,'iU':'
wiiuii *i.re rataaad landtag Both here
.m.i .,: SaaUla la �������< ��*""!
:,. th.- ...�� sad *'������ ��l<J'v*i ln �� bo0''
<ni aaislmiati   and
��. Ire,|    I'll    .. UV.il
Muuiia pmia '��� ���' *":' ' "
gad ��� , ��� v,  wall ��* w "-1 ���4"
opium rata d ai i  < -^'
lhe ii.'�� Uie v.:n. mi" ���""���' ��u
um.. pl i.n In llS
,,iin   was  nol   re
Og  .���.-   ���   With   Wheels  t.'lreu
up Um du_t for __:������   parts of a mile
in . !,-���.->;.> ol the Bl  Barnabas' Boj
Ilrij,a.'.e    wi-.'t-     Cj4>*.       A bbott,     LJeUt
Blmpaoa sad ii. v, c W. llougtiion
The ruute ot the ptOC*BllOn was Carnarvon str.-t, tO High::   Itreet, Klglith
strewt to Columbia; sloag Columbia to
il*a.i;��>kl plSOS; L*Hvpold place to Hoyul
svenue;   turning up CUntoo place to
lV_rk  r*)v�� ,   then OS to Queen I  park   (.
D.  Peele  und Chief  W_i��"ii   sere  "**-
sjKinslble   for  the   _-ar.s_a.ling  ol   the
procession
The  Coronation.
DpOB   arnvaj   at   (Jiu.'tiv   pai.   the
regal carriage J:ove    i0 t(u. maypole
in a uoua-   i    .ji|(i r[]     W|,,..���  ,(U. qUe,.Ils :iMj maid]
i.Mded    to   Be|��_ , _____ ______ ,        '    ^
Hongkong   viu	
TRYIN(. TO spoil
s^*,i L   BOYS' FOURTH
*...V*      '��� louUK Amen.
V**hEsk":"    ��� '���' ��� i*��� rhsaos
^ \%7\: 'l   '    v.i lunjt.     The
P* SL.! Chri��
Aptll  1. I,ut  for -"i"'
bn-ollltllg   efftvllve  C.
manufa      ���'      "' ���""'"*r>
.Ith   twelve
I lU'l'S
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the OymerlC came
,., opium   The ooaslsajnw   *^^
3 Sl OOJ) t.ui-.-or-r,, tat i��W
until ll OOOld ta :.."Mp.��d ��������
Oymerlc arrlvwl st Hongkong on
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P *ith ���!, '1,'J b iiiinniuninir
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t&*mL        '    ''        ��,''-'����Ure
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hrr ri-turu  ��Uii  t��elvr
w_�� confident, balleiwd m ta optam.
��li- was Hoarded v.. Msrcb it- bj   'uS
,o_W^cerH.wl,0..sK.,..1^-p.Ull,
Which the,  dectoiad wr, ^ , rvtoi
ship. om...��� fttar ��s
W8^_| ,,,Tr.;.d th- -tuff from Victoria
und   I'v   vv.o   .I
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FORMER JUDGE   PLEAOS
TO ESCAPE DISGRACE
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ne
Vbner
circuit
Siiriiigllel.l.   in,     M"'i
Smith.  Corssfr  Judgi  - ,        ������
�� f ''ri;";11;;;.:.::.;S.��
dar the walghl ol bi    ��� ,,,.,.
>'""">1- "��� -vr",i&sss The
(0   keep  OUI   of   thS   I" (I,,.
penitentiary to ""n'       .,,,,,��� on ���
iHiM,.. of th- Bsmli Pl w
consplrscj ohafff
of booor win-,. Ki-uied.     The brigades
formed   .1 i<uin   around them,   tin-1
s;.:ik��-r-     m.iiiiting   the    plsttorm  In
view   uf  th.   luiiidred.   pr. s. ut.       The
prattj spectscle of   Innnmerable glria
dre.sstxl in whttS frocks. BOOM cai iv lug
bougin-'-. wai than sritnsssBd, ss Ux
ivrona: 10.1     c.renionv      wus   pioc.-di-d
with in due form.
Prim* Minieter'e Address.
The m.is'.'-t of the Ceremonies, .1, .1.
'uuibildg l, coming Kirwurd, mud:
"Wa an- a.>is��vi_bk\l here to celebr-.u,-
the thirty ninth anniversary of UM
planting >_ the Maypole In this city,
bul before procwNllng with the cere-
nionle* It ia only right 1 should give
ybUS synopsis of tha origin of the fi*��
llvul. To Mae the May Day we wlll
have to go back to prehistoric uges mid
so fur its 1 can find out it arose tiom
a prooeas of r��-anoning which had
great religious sigJiitlcatice The
reitMiiilug was that the gods or . (Writs
of far dLitani days had their habitation In the trow- They had the gilL-i
..f rain or sunshine in their hands
The* could make th��. orope grow ami
lbs henls multiply. There Is no dOBbi
that the securing 01 fertllliy ami oi
abundanos together with a pNoWui
f.mniluiloii of May Day. Coming on to
luttei years, ths tlrsi lime we ''ti-
oounter May Day in history, it had
then lost its religious significance and
ini_-*'il with graceful observances Into
Innocent mirth and amusement. But
trace H buck to tho gloom from which
it arose, we find evidence that it BOSS
to show that May Day was tun always
carried out so Innocently.
Ii Ik prolmbl,. that the hiiiuaii it-p-
rescntativa Ol vegetation wus aotual-
jy siiirlfU'eil in order thai the divine
spirit    Incarnate    In      her    wouid     be
.:. n.v ..;d native town
RICHARD McBRlUB-
Victoria. April 30.
J   J. Cambridge,���With best wlshei
for a   bright   and   l.appy   day   for  the
ohildrefl     We  ana celebrating  todav
W, H. h'UMONUS '
Kamloops.  April  3t).
Htr Last Royal Speech.
The Maj  yue.-u bpoke briefly   ba
fo low I
In resigning mj crown after my aU
100   brief   tenure   ol    power     I     have
in-Viing    but    Wa.J_    ol    thanks und
i cumuli iidation   for   my   numerous  upholders  who hav,-   willingly  rendered
m.. the services due.    All   my   subjects
have been _.*\>od to me and i shall re-
tain the memory  of my delights In as-
SOclatlng with them in alter year-,    it
I building, on April 18 received a letter
reading:
"We demand $H'..>" or death. Bring
it in Mott street. P-trosini is dead,
but the Black Hand Uvea.
���BLACK HAND SOCltU'Y.
Monday last Bruck received another
letter written in a similar strain.      He
turned both letters over to the police
  day long    at each
public and private school to examine
������ach pupi! -very' day.
No books    nun- be taken    from the
public library while the epidemic lasts,
and all the theatres may be closed, un-
I less  the contagion abates  before the
nd of this week.
is   tlhliH'd  JoyOUS   for  me  to   refiivt  ou
stj once digm.-M position.   To Uie be-
,. :.^ed ths rural relgu. My body-
i aid ;!'.,> Boys' Brigade, has acquit-
t-d Its.lf In an Exemplary maimer and
1 feel sure ttint .hould occasions re-
iiuire it they would be willing to re-
s.^.iul to a call to arms. Time is
Heating so that  i  -diaii conclude by
;:.. rel] expressing Illy best wishes to
)eu all.        lApplausel.
Miss Jones then placed the crown
Ol  tlower-s  on   the   head  of   the  queen-
iwi and  Immediately  three cheers
were heartily accorded the new que-eu
and the band played the national anthem.
Her Majesty Speaka.
The new queen came forward and
siH.ke  with  clearness a.   tollow. :
"In accenting ilus proud honor ot
iviguing as Queen of the May, I desire to convey my sincere and hearty
thanks to all who have been so kind
to me. It is with great modesty that
I accept my rental State and nothing
->>uld call forth my gratitude more.
i see around me many friendly faces,
faces that clioer my heart and impress
ui>on me that, my reign will be a pleas.
ant one Indeed May all of you be
happy; may prosperity remain wnn
you all; The recollection of this auspicious event will ever afford BBS
pleasure and I cannot but compliment
the committee on their splendid efforts in providing such an excellent
program,     i am happy in having so
many stihj.'cts whose numbers impteea
me wlili a sense of pclrer. I believe
that  nn   reign  will be a pleasant one
tContlnu.il  on
���age   Three )
MEAT PACKERS GET
FOOTING IN PROVINCE
Big Firm�� Prepare to Fight each Other
for Control of Trade in British
Columbia.
'         H $
-Jmo.ton. Altai, April 3..��� iii-'t
the J. Y. Griffin Co. is making extraordinary efforts to obtain a footing in
the British Colum. ia markets in which
for years their biggest competitors 'n
Western Canada have held sway, is
evidenced by the fact that the company is mis spring opening up
branches in all the large towns in the
coast, province.
R. tl. Bentley, of Kdmotiton. has just
returned from Revelstoke, B. c. where
he opened a branch lor Grifflin, and
states that ih_> company is preparing
Xo open similiur branches all over tbe
province.
All these branches will be supplied
from the million dollar packing plant
of the company recently put into
operation at BJiuonton. The company is erecting a $500,000 cold storage plant at Nelson this spring, and
thfc*. together with the eolj storuge
plant at Vancouver will he supplied
with the dressed article from the _<l-
monton plant.
The competing companies at*, beginning to reuli-.' that the operation
of the big plant at Edmonton and the
subsequent opening ot branches
through Alberta and British Columbia
will b�� the breaking of their sway
and they are doubliug their resources
In the coast cities for supplying the
mai kets  in   the  west
The P. Barn- company and the Armour Canning Co. sre both building
now cold storage plants and instating
warehouses at the coast. The tight
between the big packing companies
for the control o_ these markets,
which opened with the erection of the
plant at Edmonton, ,. now on in
earnest.
Publishes Paper to Criticize Police.
New York, April 30.���J. M. Jurgen-
son, a prosperous box manufacturer ot
South    Brooklyn,    was    arrested last
Monday  night because    he refused to
vacate a doorway from which he was
viewing a  spectacular fire.      He has
| now  started the publication of a pert-
jodical    which    he say.    will    appear
j weekly and  be devoted exclusively to
'what  he thinks   of the police.      ihe
flrst  number  is  replete    with  stories,
some of which, he says,    are fiction,
but  at  the    ��ame time    illustrate his
point and all vigorously attacking tfra
police.
WOMAN'S LIFE SAVED
BY LUXURIANT HAIR
New York, April St..���Mrs. _uwiaa
Hathaway, wife of Capt. H. W. Hatn-
awuy, V. S. A., and daughter of Louis
S. Berg, president of the Mobile, Jackson & Kansas City railroad, probably
was saved from death or serious injury late yesterday when she was
thrown from her automobile in Central (Mirk, through the fact tbat abe
had a remarkably luxuriant growth of
hair.
When the Steering gear broke tne
machine crashed into a tree and buried both Mrs. Hathaway and Howard
Hoffman, the chauffeur,, out. gra
Hathaway'. head struck 'the tree, but
she was not injured because ber hair
acted as a cushion. The chautreur
was badly injured-
New Coat of Arms for Ontario.
Ottawa, April 30.���The province of
Ontario has been granted a new coat
of arms by the Herald's college of
London The new anna Include *
bear, amipported by a moose and a deer.
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PAGE TWO.
THE   DAILY   NEW8.
-        SAT^DAV.  Ma.,
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND. REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL
BUSINESS. FRATERNAL,  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell at fifty cents and did  not let the people know anything about it, he would r   ' iny.      You must tel| the people whst y��i_ have to sell, why th-y sh ,.,; ,   .
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of us have got  into the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time in business everyone must     '
wares.      Use the advertu ng column, o' The D.i.ly News and  keep abreast of the  timCB.
WHY    REM UN    SINGLE?-   W<
find a congenial life
...    .,.,.. or   woman.
Send bi     p fi
era Di ��� ,;"x  ���''"'���
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WANTED.
WANTED   GIRLS   FOR    LAUNDK.
A il CH    Laundrj
WANTED    15   can
woi      '- ��������� :"
op go   ���  men.
WAN   ED���Girl to In h
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.- ith
WAX l ED- Men  to i ut  th
.  wood     Ipi      B. J. 1
Ni r .,��� rn Crown Bank    U      . N< ��
Wi itmln ������
WANTED���Girl    for    genera,    b
work.     Apply in the evenings   '���'
\v. g, McQuajTle, Second streel and
Fourth avenue.
LOST.
TO KKNT-Furnl.li. d room In p I
: imllj .  breakfaal if desired     I
Mrs,  Kniett. 337 Third Btn el   n  ir
line
TO   RENT���Furnish. _   rooms,  i
Si i ��� nth   street    and    Agni      neai
���      .. -.������  LII
ROOMS  IN   IHi:   PYTHIAN   BLOI K
to  let   ������
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��[th    ii.i-   and    cold     watei
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���     A     11      i ���
room 9,
T' i  RENT             urge furnla ��� I
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LIVERY
STABLE.
LOST���A   SMALL    PERSE    AND  A
pair of gold-rimnn-d Bpectacleg yesterday at about 1:30. near the corner of Fifth  av?nue    and  Bath  Bl
Finder please return to this office*,
UOST-1F YOU HAVE LOST YOLK
pocket book, your glove?, your w*rap,
or any other article, a lost ad. in
the Daily News win find it for you.
Thi.�� lias : een prov.-d by oUH-rs.
Twenty-five cent* expended with us
on Wednesday found s $25 coat for
it. owner yesterday
FOR   SALE.
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     I   I
dealer.-    in     e.ectrical     ::.
fixture* and supplies, hou.e wiring,
armature  wiring,    motor repairing,
etc      Bank of Commerce building,
phon.- 131, I'. O. Box ..v
, P    .
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HACKS   \N
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MACHINE   WORH S.
THE SCHAA1
.'.. w
minsti r.     Menu!
saw an mill l
Ml i :   :        ���     ' pi
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MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
.'���   C   MONT MENT -L to ' RKS, J .8
M'-Ka.. msnufsi tar - sa I
<'f ii., bi :>. nl u t :
- one, et<.   Sati.-.'
Colum   a streel   n. .v   ,\
ELOCUTION.
HELEN BAIX.LKY, TEACHER OK
elocution, physical culture and dramatic art. Every Monday, 3 t.i H
p.m., Knights of Pythias ball, or
BUS Hornby street. Vancouver.
'Phone B3535.
FANCY   POULTRY.   EGGS.   ETC.
FOR SALE���NEW HOUSE, AI_L
modern improvements. For paru-
colars address A. B.. N.w. Office.
FOR  SALE���GOOD    200-BGG  l.N.l-
bator,   Petaluma.    ��� For   particular,
addres-. B. C, News Office.
THIS LICKS COCKFIGHTIM..
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOTS
when you can have 2 1-2 acres or
land 1-2 acre cleared and planted
with fruit trees on the main Fort
Moody road, 3 miles from Westminster postofflce; permanent water, for
J450, or
28 ACHES FARM LAND, 12 CLLTI-
vate.j. good 7-roorn house and barn
on Fra.-er river, 600 feet deep water
frontage, wharf on property, i mileg
from Westminster; close to railway
trackage, stores, [iost office, etc,
for $1500 cash; balance 3 years, or
S...00. or
2. ACHES PARTLY CULTIVATED
(no bousej .00 feet water frontage,
5 milea from Westminster, for Jo'1",.
cash.
160 ACHES AT WHONNOCK, OOOU
house and orchard w.th 70 bearing
fruit trees, all sorts; barn ami stable, 20 acres cultivated, 2 cn ���
running through property; no better soil in Briti .i Columbia, near
school, stores, etc., within 3 nine.,
of boat landing and railway station.
Cook & Ross, opposite Mark'-t, New
Westminster;   phone  A._9.
FOR SALE���10 acre.-,, \ nearly ready
(Or plow; $-room house, stable, etc.,
a bargain. $2250 cash; or $2350 on
time. W, G. Tanner, Hammond, B, C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
C.   HAM BER,     ACCOUNTANT     AND
Auditor, Notary Public. Conveyancer. Room 14, Guichon block, New
Westffilnster.     P. 0. Box 7!��5.
ARCHITECTS.
AV. D. OOODFELLOW, AHCIILI ESI i,
Room  1 t.  Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W.  BAIT,  ARCHITEX T
Gulchon Block    Teiepboni
AUCTION  SALE.
OTJR SALE TODAY OF .IE . i.i.in
t.89 ii.n,. anil 7:.'!'i pja. Horace
Dorer, Jeweler.
ARTHUR    O'CONNOR,       POULTRY
t-reeder.  1049  Eleventh  BCreet,   and
Sixth avenue. New Westminster, P.
O. Box 125. Pu.-e-bred Cockerels for
SAle, Barred Rocks. White, Brown
and Buff I.Khorns. etc.; egi;.-. ; .-
hatching. Write your requirements,
NURSERY
THE FRASER VALLEY Nl R8BR1E8,
Ltd.,   Burna- y   Lik-     Poi
bome-grown frull trei 115
HENRYS   NURSERIES PACIFIC
Coa_t tested wedi   I inte, b<*-e
supplier,   etc.     1010    Weitminiter
road,   Vancouver,   an !    . -*__rfi   nur-
s.-ry at  South  Vancouver
PAPER   HANGING   A.   DECORATING.
f~H_D.SO.V WALL PAPER KIM*__
Moulding. Bartape, ,ui_ .^*ii'.��v
boose painting, kalaomining, paper
han��ing and deooratlag. Sixtn
8tn-et. New  Westminstar
|M \L '   vi v \i;n ft CO
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.    SNAP    IN     BAPPBRTO -     I
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EIGHTY  M'KES AT CLAY1
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v  ACRES   IMPROVED    I
near    I llovi rdali
and   ���
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���v ition       This    mosi   be
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160  ACRES    IMPROVED   I
I,r .-:��� v     bl ���:  ���        .:.    OUl
be.it.    [  Orel       ! iv ���    ���
. ..,-..   ��� < .irtni*,   rich    black
k'am  soil       Thla  is  a   berg i
$l'i per acre and    -lould be I
i    maker for some oge but "flr��.t i
'     first  gi-rv I   '
WHITE,   SMILES  _   C30
Real Est it- and Innurauee A cents. -
City, farm in,) suourban property.
26" (*oi.init.la BtrfSt
HALF BROS, m CO., LTD, REAL H
tate and   Insuranre    I'hon..  ggi    laS
Column., street, P 0 dr��wrr 1.'
WOODWORKING
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FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
i       Will \   LODGE   NO
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EGGS FOR HATCHING���S. C Brown
Leghorns, good layers, $2 per Bitting of 13. Han- Voclsang, poultry
expert, 036 Keefer street, Vancouver. B. C.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
rooKSI.EYS PICTURE POST
cards are on sale ,.- M Morey'*
Stationery Store, J Q (Jamon a "cigar divan, F Mackenzie> drug stor,.
and 'The Fair,' Columbia street.
PRINTERS.
J.  I   MERRY  &  CO..  PHONE AMI.
'    rner   of   Black;,   and   Carnarvon
- reeti       Have opened a teed  and
ikir.i; stable for horses     Horses
for  sale.      Refereno  tarnlshi I
FISH   AND   GAME.
FEED   AND   BREAKING   STABLE.   [WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
j ���kmd of   _<������,  printing; t .srtlfk,
reasonable price i.  i' P. O
box   142       Old  Dai^y   News
'    Sixth s're-t.
 PROFESSIONAL	
WADE    WHEALLEB  Ac   MoQI   M'.KIE
iF  C   to saV . K   C. A   v. bi iller,  A
G.   McQuarrie),    BoUeltoi .   Harri*.
ten, etc .  12 Lome ur.- v ������ ,-   ������
courthouse. New       Westfl
' Phone 141),  md the V ux ��� .���      4
-  s Is at No       it ��� ni Bant '      a
��� rs.   108  Hastin-s St-- ���   B    ���
GEORGE   V.    MARTIN   BARRISTER
ani]   BoUcitOt       <i'i" I'i'*;    ' loci    ' 0
bla    and     M> -Ki-nzi.    Bta     New
Wi       aster, B. C.
ABBOTT A HYOI  (V  H. C  ABBOT1
Mnn_+;. : i       Rea]       v.'e,   Itim-ance.
]..Hns. notaries  , .-..nv-��.v*n<>-s
238 Columbia sv     P   I I   Bos 141
IV...ne .".:i
Si.TTl.KKS   -SSOCIATION OF B  C
��� P   II   Br  ��d   ija.-iaKPr. P   O   B  i
;.'... | boos     i
g-BOOU   HOI Bl   UN   EIGHTH   bT.,
electric light      $1504     Ea��>   t-rm.
1   ACHE  IN  BURNABY  CLOSI  To
c*��r Una; 15 tnlnirtea v-->m cltj   !��� 0
BENSON  & AYUNG,  PISH,  FHI.il
Ga   ���    Vi ueta  .--.-. etc      !;��� i.   ������    '
Windsor li .tei.
FURNITURE.
W. E. FALLS, THE FURNITURE
Dealer ]������ ��� aterer and Ondertaker,
com.-.- Agni and McKenzie itreets
Phone 17'.   night call sl.
 4
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lhe I I Turn
day In i        monl       .        .
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COURT BRUNETTE, NO   ���"���-���   LOJ
Mi -1 ��� the to trim   Pridai   in   Iks
BBOalh   a-      >   O'OtOCb    In   Ok}   email
hall, ii I If- ...��s- block.
FRATERNAL ORDER Of i. tul__-
Arrie No n Keats every Tasatfay
svealat   u I   pm   in   iii* Hsglea
I . I   Columbia ��tr��-t.     A   Clark.  W.
Pre*.;  tl   Seaofteid  .r+r.urr
THE   ROYAL   TFMi'LAH..   f>K   TKM
p.ratice  meet  every   Wedaeedaj   at
" p ���    .n Odd-eUo*** hall. Co*un)Di��
str^-��'���
SONS or SCOTLAND BKNEfTI   IS
sociatLm.  I^rd of ih-  i��i^��   Caaap
i.i    Meats oa the Brat   ��-. I third
1   ���    laj   "t t>*.ry month in K   of P
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against th. i'*w-����rae_t .���:�����. *. wj
writing lo U> IM  ��
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slttirr of th* wif
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(Mr  V-           II .r'.an   in-l  tartn
pr";.. -       ���' in basing    ������> ���
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GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO
I    eerie-., phon.-    ������'.       The Pure Food
G...a.al,.    l'_,.��_...        r.     r.      n^a���    til
W.      MYERS    ORAY,    BARRISTER
Solicitor ;ir. I  Notarv Public     i
blo< k. Clark nn street   ������, poalti
Court House.     P. 0   Bos 194    Ti
ephone 64.
Supply Grocery.  P.  O.  B<.  Ml.
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HOME   MANUFACTURE.
Mi;.. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH Si'.
opp. Queen's Avenue t hurcn.���
Home-made ss i v - and r"ll>, bead
,'l. - - '. etc.
JEWELRY.
SELLING OCT OCR ENTIRE STOCK
<d high-grade e itches and Jewelry
by Buctlon. Bales each day, _ to
and 7 Vl'* p.m.     Horace IXirer.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
w. N. DRAPER, B c land Bl H
iveyor, BIISTd bloek, New Ws l
minster. It. C
RESTAURANTS.
K BNN rS !'. EST \ I'H A Ni ^ I'M i:
Tickets, 21 iv ala for H Hon ������
COOUng.  All. w : r.. v/OkS:  no Oilei
ial lahor employed. Open day .'"id
nlltht. Opposite tram i HI. 8
royal C M'i: i Mrs - -��� ��� r proprietress), In r i * ti jr Ol
sou;., flsh, boiled sntn��e or r'.as'
pud.line or pie  tea, i offee or miik
STENOGRAPHY    A.    TYPEWRIll.'C
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 14,
Qui     ���     loci       P. Q  Boa l
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       .ND
ting;    CO -a'
letti ���      . v        Provtm ���     office, Co
Ini)' J i Btre t      i'i,.,n.  gj
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE BUY ' ND BELL Fl'RVTt io:
and ill klada of ni'w uri.i seeoad
hin.l Eoods       A  Spi-ck. n��_r i I
Offli ���
I o 0 r ROI w Q i . u>i*it:
N" \l.s-, la oddfellowi bail.
ColUSBh- ��i* r>   Friday evrn
I at f      took    VI ��� . .-
will be mads �� ���   -,   I   Utuey,
H,  G.   C    \l  OahOrni     p  Q    r.cord
inc m* rotary
OTHER    i'h\ 11 ���:���. s       jfj, im I! s
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Bd A    M    Kir.* SolOnMn) Lodgi
No   v    \   r  sad A   M .   I. ii   i.
No   1150   v  ii  j.   No. itl     .    .-���
B i;; ��� noa   No   it'*1   i  o  y . .    .,
v    Conr.    w. ���
Bi ��tl .- ,,-.       -,. .    ^
BOARD   vr    rn IDI   NKW WE��1
minuter fv*r.| of Trs le meeti in i--*..
bos   i ,   Hall. a.  tOUoa
Third Tbtir-d ������    of   eaeh    montn.
quarterly    m����-ing    on   the    tniru
���f February, Ma;.    Auguii
bl   -   p m       Annual
n)e.->ing�� <.n ti>0 ihlr|  Thniiny ot
''... inr-.:     N.-w   i:iem���.-rs   mar   '���
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ly oi    naKarlj    m��-rtini.-      c   a
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TVLOR3.
GALVIN   LADIES'  AND MENS TAJ
loring.     a gi��' line of iprli y. sun
ini: lust lu.     Button making   |
Ing and repairing     41 sum street
���e    11.1.0.
THEATRES
to B8TMINSTER    OPERA      HOI HE
Love        ��� ���      V.    N   ('.in-,    mai
Special attractloni provided during
the '        ' ��� ��� mi ������ ' ���   et ofl
Rye
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Oolumbig  an :   i U bth       H ,
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Program ! Monday, \\ ���
ii. and Frld ij
TENDEMS  WASTED
Tea i- r ��� ��  .   .-'���-���   . ������- ���
dei signed   -.    to M a lai     v ^
���time-i  ataoewwi wer i   ������ .' f
(otlasrlag sir* ������      I ��� >v-
Uichea.  L0 laehi *4
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said   sire,     w.'h    4    lv.
v   .
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Junctions  sl per I
(he     I h    ��� -
plsns "f    ���-' -. ��: tl
city    end* ��� ���
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farlly ai-re[,t�� '
W   A   I'"'-    "���'
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Oto Hall.  -Prtl 14. II
English Watchmaker
i;..i.i watches for Laii.. troa gi..M Mineral Waters
Aerated Water
Ma-uf*c.u'fi*l bv
Up-
Sllvr    WStOfceg.    g-iila     open    fac��
46.0U.
Stiver Watgbei  i,-entn'   ..pen   case
$_50 up.
tgSOl     for     W.iliham     nnd     ilirlti N��W   wts ,v \ST.R.  B, (
*""'"���" [Tlliphoni IS. 1
J. HENLEY
Watch repslrlng n ipeclalty
F. CRAKE
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two   Joort    from    G#o.   .i.i.imt.   I     ix-��i
Wfkt'n'n'.t-.V   Homi  PW-
IT   PAYS   TO  A-VERTISE
IN .
THE DAIL> NEWS|
o*o��o��pK>*o��oo*ogo��o*oaoaoo4o��o��o��o��6*oo��o#o��oao��o��a. rn 11  CITIIATlrtM
TWO AC R ES,     "mm ST*TE
NEAR  CITY,  ALL  CLEARED, FENCED AND IN ORCHARD
LARGE HOUSE, STABLE AND      OUTBUILDINGS. ON
CHILLIWACK   TRAM   LINE     FIRST-CLASS   SOIL,     $2700.
REASONABLE   TERMS.
Famine   Feared     in     Welt���Allegation
That  G.   N.   R.   Discriminates
Ayainit   Canada.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    L 0;A N
���O0O0a*O*O*O000->0OO*O��-(_��0 O*O#O*O*<��O��3O*b*O#O��O*O*0
QET YOUR SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
'ring of .-tins, umbrallaa, i    ���
"i i  Hghl  aiiti/iiriti,   m '
1 bicycles a Bpadglty,
Alex. Speck
Windsor  Hotel   BIoc'k,  P.  O.   Box  644, (
New Weatmincter. , ^
Wlnalpefc April 80.- Thi- ooaJ _trik..
ivi.iioii in wastarn (.'atuwia la Kr,'w
Inx mors m-rloiiH.      "iiere Ih only ont'
mining district wh��ti. <xml Uf b+
;lni: mined, l-N-rnl,-    and    Michel, con
trolled by tha Great Northern laiiwny
itttercata, ami ths accusation in made
thai all coal mined there Is being n--i>;
Into ths htiitoti,     Thi ohief oonsntn-
:lng centres of    tliastern   Canada trt
Imaklni   loud oompl&lni ui hum, nnd a
inovcniont Iiuh bri-n .carted to petition
..   ,.... mn,. nt  to Interveni to odd
ii e or ��� top tha espon <ii coal,
t],    International    bead, tnd
Sherman, local licad of   tbe miners'
union, nre adjusting their dlfferoncaa,
and ilgns of u settlemenl ere hi sight
Vi  lethbrldge ?00 mini n an Idle
the city Is tattling the  wani ol
coal, aii ih.- public sobooie  o , ,i
imi ids of Hn- Canadian Pacl.
lorebou ei tbe�� li no ooal
there \t   Mm. ���     law        ii;.;.!l>-.   im-
icing drawn from outside the town
it Bwlfi current ib. r.. i, noi i potUJd
,f c-ial
This Story la repaated from smaller
ji-.iiri-M, and i i_rer.ni ��,,, never.- dot
. lng the eol i ���;.. .i 'i hree thon and
| mlti'TH are now Idle,
EDMONTON   AND  C.  P.   R.
REACH AGREEMENT
Edimmtiv,     ,\;,ill     _i), -The   agrviv
Iment between tha C, P, it and tha ��'it>
hag been signed. The dtj, aHKumcM
jail d a tn a k-h to prop..ity on _ha ri��hi
..if-way, maintalni i snbwgy, thcaB
bridK'-H and <tn- iniiiic dank of ths
!liiKh level bridge, rii,. com traction
of tin- high l.vei bridge wi|| oommanoa
lu September. The eetlmated cnat ih
;$!,;. 10,1)1)0.
DOMINION   MILL!.  GET
ENGl ISH   RAIL   ORDER
Sydney. N 8   \-m go   The Domin-
Jon Iron ..��� si.. i c pany nM receive i
nn order from Ihe oroal Northern
railway corporal on of Sheffield, Kng-
land, for B000 ton < ,,i railg which ni"
local mill has commenced rolling The
..Iln ard of standard |i ngth  woighl 85
(ilillllilH,
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, .nodem improvements, and six lots in otr
chard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply MoQuarrie & (()-
Front Street.
NOTICE.
New Westmmiter  Dlitrlct.
Dlltrlct   of  New Westminster.
Tiili,
notice, ihut Harri11  i .ini, n'
nu Usadows, ii. c.  -
ried lady, Intand
occupation m*.
...Ja lo apply fur psrtnl -
aion in   purchase   thd   teltow'
vine, di
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scribed landi   Con ���>" ������' ���'      1>)tb
Plan,.',.,. S  ij
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mon. or  I-        0   ^   ''   ,\,1(,re ��.|
,i���M,n. noriherlj  sloni   ���       ^n-l
,)���. poim of -"':;���
lagieosorei mors or ������-
H.MMUKT P0BD. 1<M>.
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Good Health.
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The Saskatchewan
Flour iMills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under governmenl
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
sold by;
The Reichenbach Company
[(LIMITKD)
Columbia Street, New| Westminst .er
PHONE loi.
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TIME  TAB'-E.
S.S. Kerland
angt-7 at *��'.' aim ,  arrive
at Port Haney at 8:15 am, arrive ��t
Mr\d.m   landing   at   S:30   a.m.;   ar-
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 - Conrpanj      lPr>vp v w Westminster at 1:00 p-
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'   arrive at Hntnmond at I   riO - _i ���  ar-
���nf.. and ���     * viam-i-andln* at 6-15 p.m.:
OV.l.  COVDiTiOVS    ry   i -     .    - ��� --nant-f*>v-r- ,-""nvp at Port Hanpy at 6:35 p.m.; ai-
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l'he   deefe-Km   of   th.-   _6af.ret��c��
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.���In''   -mffragist.-.' socletloa wnope
fn a tvody.
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IX. ERIENCt
v..w   VMtminater.
Teleohone
-i-\'.ff|ClAL   RESULT OF
CONF-RENCE OE KIN09
' Rom-* Aivril SO. Tl,- Rome ne.-*pa-
bers '.. li.-v. tha- th<? mooting beiw-vn
Kinit vii-tor Rm_nsn'iiel and King Ed-
ward -it Bnia, #.t. i. is not likely to
| ri*jnlt In any new diplomatic combiii-1
ation-, will probably wrve to biinR
about i rlaarer underetaadlng, so far
aa Italy and Oreal Britain are con-
certte., in th. International -.ituation.
Both .mn . li s are g'*ea ly Interested
tin the malntvnanc. uf lhe Integrltj ot,
vTuricey. *
Tunc MmIkc
Ocmoaa
Cew.nraM*raA&
ln> ��lkete_ and dSMnrtlan t_��j
.IB i-itr ci-ii'ioii fra* *l.*i:i�� In
Siwob��My rui��;"'.vt;Li\���i'v""y*u->ia_.
���roniueiii: a. HAND BOO* on t-��___a
���Ml frae, Oldest ajnuii- fir NM-unnK p*i��uu.
Pat.'uti take* JSroii .h .��*��*������ .* Co. ��� ��� **
ki- umu
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tlvcnnsu��Mt:.ii. nun:
Oldea urnmr ti-rM. ..   .
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SHftalnotkr, wliaoat vi'.me, lat_��
Scientific JSttierican.
A h*nat.ioiu.y lUantmi.-.l wui-i-ij, LuK_Md_-
e-iUtl.-n if ��ny ��riBi,., . ,.i'nl. 1'.r_M for
Cum l*.fl.lS _ T����M>   ii^it ri***a-d4   &,1& tit
M_%����^^��-tWr��
Ura'.i.U t-iu-o, Sb I' --'. \Vwi:il��l.in. & C.
pwestham Inland aad way ports.     Bat-
' nrday at  2  p.m.,  returning    to  New
['Westminster Saturday evening.
iRUNS  TO   STEVESTON   TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
I   Returning   leaves  West_.ini    Isiand
evi -   lay  morning, except Prt-
day,   it   ..tm.,  and   i.adner  7 15 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham island 6 am.
land I.adn.-r at (5:45 a.m.
Additional    trip   Monday    morning,
[leaving New Westminster at . a.m.
This  schedule    subject    to change
': without notice.
j    .'or freight and passenger rates sp
nlv to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
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THE   DAILY   Nf-Wfi
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The Daily News
DID   PATTEN  CORNER
SUGAR   SUPPLY  TOO?
Published by The Dally News Pu
lng Company, Limited, at their offices
The Dsl j   '-��� ' corner of M ���
K. ti7.ii    Bl  '.   Vi' t..r:a   Btreetl
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SATURDAY,   MAY   1,   190.
Trinidad, Col.. April  30.���Jamt.   V
Patten,  the bull  leader, now  at   the
ijo Park ranch. wa.-> notifii .
lone of  Ui*..  destruction  ol    the
Illinois    Central    v-.ato.   containing
     bushels   of   wheat,   DM
Managing  Director   :(.   Bar Lit.   I'att   :i   A:   00.     Thl    I
oommenl be mail., .v.in to die ati.-. i
��� the supply ol i iK.tr at th,- ran fl
I   ilso ..��� ��� d o su imi it  snd i hai h
desired  sn  additional  snpplj   seni   to
him at once.
Idenl  Tafl ani members of congress I
bare ; romised to bai ���   ou the table
od i. ��� thai makes Fr. sno famous, j
���  roads barf sided in
v.  raisin    day  and    all ol    .���
leadlnj B   California win fee
in:., ral ll
ly there will be a bolMa.  and
\  iii; ;uit"ti. Hit;
tarti i  the celebration,
��� sl  v.i:;  .- mtinue untu
late toi     ron  ��� Ight
PROTECTING  THE   FARMER.
ARRANGEMENTS FOR
GUICHON  DAILY  TRAl
Two v< v iv '     md i i i:   ���  mea*
havi-   just   been   intro-lm ��� 1   into
.   House "f Commons by tli'1 '������
-,    ...  i.       i ii.-,. vi i, Hon   to
.  ,,r,   certain  to
.......       d
mi b      "i        !'��� ��������� �� '���  ;
index t   ��� thro        �� v.,
Inlon      Oi      '    thi  i    I
with ci
an I the 01
���   '
Whi.  ���
new , ition. the i
ii.l.-:. :. :   to  roplai e  thi        tub   v
in force   which has bi
fl v ly,    v '���       ���    ch   H
was passed       I
���
tun--  ���
ing stuffs    an a . i
ati   .    .   Igned    to    rendei
some
honest factors and tlu-ir agents, comes
none too Boon. Th.- l.c-iric coast u
a favorite dumping ground for fertilisers of doubtful composition, of foreign manufacture and the shutting out
of this useless if noi dangeroui mai
rial will be a real advant.-. to
farmen of the province.
I'nder   both   the��e  ineasur..   manufacturer.-, will be compe.li-d to regis ���.<���.-
and sell their products under a number provided  hy  the  Inland   Revenue
Department, and to _>iac_ upon every
package offered for saie a guarant.���a
analv-sls  of  the  contents       With   regard  to fertilizers, und_r the pres.-nt
law   manuf^.turers  sUDmit   iheir  material (o the dejiartment for a_ia.ysi��,
obtain  a  report and  sell  under  that.
But this system ea.-iiy admits of dishonesty,  for a bag or packet o.   fl -r-
tilizer   may  contain   almost   anyuiing
but   that   standard   of   ma.eriai   upoa
which  the Government    analysis was
obtained.       Under Mr.    Templeman'a
measure the onu. of anal\-sib is plac ���;
u;��n the manufacturer, who wv. hav.
to give the details of this upon ever.
parcel he sells.     The inspect-.is und'.r
tiie Food a.d  Drug, act will  be  empowered   to   take   samples,   ani   if   a
manufacturer o- his ai-'ent is found n.e
to  be  living up  to his  guarant-
wiii :,.��� prosecuted.     A clan .- providing  for a  maximum    penalty ol   -
with a month's  Imprlsonmenl  in default, was Inserted in  the Mil  s ��� n
up for    second    reading.      Mon
every  i_a2ufacturer  will  be  requl ���
to regii    r 1 is  name    and ��� sta .
'������' m  i*it_ ��� .  departoenr, and if ou
of th>- Dominion must a._>; regirti
���igen?   in   Canada,  whilst such  a.
must be a respon ible person approt
by the Mlnlsti r. Practically the i   ...
provisions a -   contained in the '���'*������ ���'
Ing Stuffs bill.
One good feature about both
measurei  whicn    we        glad I i
are receiving genera] . ...port in  tj,.
House is that  thej   gel  rlghl  a
chief offender in aij  these   cav    ol
fraud and    adulteration,   that    is tbe
manufacturer,     The purity of t<  v
Izers and feeding stuffs is of the
..: Importance to the farmer, who I u
. pnu tlcall)  without an} ���
means of -.- dre    again il thi dli h i    i
toi  and agent.      When these two
become law, however, he wil] be'
in a position to know exactly m,
is buying, and   ���    ....   to ' I fori -��� the
warranty under whlo. be purchsseg in i
an easy way.     Thia Is exactly as it ,
should be, and -a. cannoi refrain 'ron. 1
- V"    ng  . vv     irpri ,   V,;.'  it hai ���
���'��� .uiri d    . long to dl cover thai legti   !
ong the Unei oi Mr. Temple
man's bills wa   ..    ���   lary.    i'tn   present Fertllizert  aci bas been upon the
Statute   book  for  20  year-  aii'l   to  all
Intents and purposes  has  been mei
feet Ive as a prob ction to 'he fan
for that, period. I
While on ihLs subject of fertilize!-
we would urge upon farmers an:
lynchers the necessity for their maK-
ing   themselves   more   Intimately   nv
qualnted with thi chamloal relation of
iIl(. various concanttaited manures to
th..- constituent elementa of different
soils and iti��� ir crops. Our experience
i-i that many have hut a haz\ notion
of Uie character of the soil or the
needs of the various crops. They ai��-
ply fertilizers by faith, as It were, rather than f. un an> knowledge Of wii.u
ihey are really doing, I'nder Mien
. rcumstancQg li is not surprising to
hear sometimes of disappointing or
even of disastrous results. In these
dsys, when a least the i udltwentg oi
li 11 v i ���..' . vine i . is in the oom
mand ol anj om for b ti vv cfini .
nn re li u" i '������' use for tht Ignorano
. i the tiller oi the sol) upon ibis buu-
, ��� which li reallj oi tin greatesl
iiii|.oitance to him.
The fi   S   R  officials wisli ��� further
made with n fen v .   to the
.. ���  fit    the Pssumptlon ol
��� Qulchon Ben-ice daily.   Thi.-'
will not come into o*rc>ratlon till  Mbj
w:. n the "ew Bcbedale is in
The timing of th.- trail
proximately,    will  bo:      Leave    Port
Ol    7 :: m.. arrive New  V>   stniin-
���  arrive Vancouver 10   10   de
t Vanco iver, . IS p m . in   i rl N   a
"  ���. in      air: re  Port
Guicfa ���:.       6 p.m.
"GET THE  HABIT"
Crockery Specials
for Today
98 Piece "My_a-_" Dinner Set.   $8.40
7-Inch "Emerald"  Plates, do_ 90c '
5-Inch "Eme-ald" Plates, doz        /_c
FOR SALE.
A corner lot on Sixth
street, between Sixth
and Seventh avenues
'   r $650 ca��h.
J>^LES^sril
^ V AND ^^^
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A
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N^v
v New Westminstep R c
I HAVE PROPERTY FOR SALE IN  ALL PARTS OF Tm|
The Fair- -���
646 Columbia Street.        ' he Model Bakery
We buy fur C3       ind Si
FRESNO'S FAMOUS
FRUIT   IS   FEATURED
.prii 30      _fti
;���:'.-.
"Raisin   D '
-.    VV, ��� Ml. - It
i   mi Ittee l
even I. tomorrow   p ���
Ayrshire Bulls
FOR SALE. YOUNG STOCK. DIF
FERENT AGES: ALSO FEMALE
CALVES.  ADDRESS.
W.   R.   AUSTIN.
Westrrmster Junrtirn,  B   C
COR.  FOURTH   AVE.  A  SECOND  ST
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our   1"<*   spi'tiKe   i '
H.  C    MARK   A   SONS.
'Phone   -13
Last Days of Sale
Friday and
Saturday
Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, everything" in our store at vour own price.
Auction TODAY at ^10:30 a.m., tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30.
Bargains
IN
Boys' Soft front Shirts
12 to 14 size, prices _0c to 9i
Horace   Dorer
A DIAMOND  RING GIVEN AWAY FREE   AT   EVERY   SALE.     SATURDAY
NIGHT  TEN  PRESENTS GIVEN  AWAY      EVERYBODY COME
THK BHIRT
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PHILLIPS
THK WARDROBE CLOTHIER
PHONE
WHEN   YOU     WANT
groceuie:
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The Maximum Shoe I
FOR MEN.
Prices $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00
A   FINE  SHOE THAT ANY   MAN WOULD BE PROUD TO WEAR,
The   Femina Shoe
FOR WOMEN.
Prices $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
MADE  IN   PATENTS. OXBLOODS, VICI   KID, GUN   METAL, TANS   ETC
$400  AND  $.00  MAKES.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++ +4
A   SHOE   EQUAL   TO   MANY
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jcrM-v ureal
Milk (1
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BUTTER.   EGGS   ind   N ^    '    p-
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I Plumbing
LAWN   MOWERS
LAWN   MOWERS
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
iTrui.t Block. Front si., Nev* Westminster j
++++++++++++++++ + + ++++++++M+++ ++++++++44**4*******
LAND REGISTftY ACT.
The Store for Medium-Priced Shoes
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westmin.I.r/B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B.C.
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Take notlos tbat an sppitostion hn^
bean mads to register ti��e eoiyoi ition
of  tbe   TowSShlp .'r  Dtstriot  ol   Ml.
sion, um lbs owner in (as Him^. , no
' der ii lux Mil,, deed from Uie ooliectoi
I nf Ml"nl"ii .\liiiilil|i,ii.ty, lu iln- OOrpO-
|riitiuti nf Un. Town .hi., or DlMiilct ol
I Mission, beating <iut. Uu 7ti. a.iy ol
[October, a   D., 1908, of all arni hIuxh
lar tbut oertaln _.aroel or trait of i��n.l
llllll pn-UllHI-H Hllllllle, lyliin lllld IielnR
[in   th''   DtstliOl   of   New   WeHtnilnnler,
in th,. pforlaos of nntixb ooltusbia,
mors   particularly   r&owd   nnd   d��--
Bcribi'd ui I/)t 1.'. In Mock 36 of I>>t
| ill, (irouji I. bslng part of the north-
|WSSl   iiuiirti-r of BSOtlOD   IT.  TOWUBhlP
|17;  southwest    quartsr of northsssl
I'lnurivr  1.1   iKiiiiliweHt   (jniirlet   of  hi'c-
Hon u, Towashlp n, wssl half or
1 weHi half of Dorthwssl quarter of Bso.
limi   I!.'..   Township   17,    i iilullvl  Ion   Ii
or Honiii half of southeast quarter of
Bsetlon 89. Township 17.
Yon and those olalmlng iiiinii|.|i ,,r
under rou sad n'i persons claiming
liny lnlei...I In tbe Hiilil land by vli'lu..
of any unregl tered Initrument, snd
nil parsons olalmlnj any Ints-ragi in
ihe ..ui,i land by d��scwft, .hos* title Is
not ri>gisti-n-ii under tKs proTlslens ot
tin.     l.:i:i I   Rl
to   . mtot   v..
chaser within fori
:'*!
prl(>:        1
def-tiil!  of H 'ftg' ^
(Ion, yon sn I
.nt.. of ths
ii. tl ���   ni",,; l
invent   or
being ni.'i wii   ���    "'" i"
f redemption Ih ���-������������
tehol  ���
iter estoppod i ""l
HriK up snj .  Hn ;"'.���1
th. hi.',,  l:.nl   .. ";3
eorpomtlnn   Of    '      ���"        '   ',",fl
trlr-l   of   MiSSl '        ' "^"^
^dI-a��byd.r��tths��P-^
Of   this   Iintl..'     IOT   'tilrVV     -STI
dally n.w pspsi   rn*" ";"      BU|..
Westminster ��'! ''   p""'
Blent H'-ivi..' Ibei oml
Dated ���i th,  >--< <<'''���'* r ;_,.,,
N.w Westminster, prorlDcs of ��' pl
Oolnmbte, thb Bthd��rofApr
inn.. ,.,.,Tii
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..    MAy   1.   1009.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PACK . IV_*
SOLE
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T. H. Smith
SOLE   AGENTS
FOR
D      _     A.
CORSETS
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SOME SPECIALS
Table
Wc would earnestly call your attention to]theundermentioned lines. There are bargains in Table
Cloths and Napkins today that only occur at very
rare periods.    Some of the items are practically
Half Price.
Half Bleached
Table Linen for
30c Per Yard
SO    Itches   wide.   all   pur.   I'nen,   rut.
���ff.   '���% in  ,_ned de��.9n��.      w*
��� .;    per   ysrti.
ON SALE FOR 30c.
Pure Bleach
Damask at
45c Per Yard
��� '% .side, r��ai mc* dt-iign,
IS ihj no filling or dr*** rig
��� ������������-i.il make* _ moil icryice
Ul   _nd   wears   w��U.
'.   SALE  AT  4_c  YARD
Hemmed
Breakfast Cloths
at $1.25 Each
I   a   real   good   map        Ciotri
wnti 6b  inches    long   by  66    inchei
nearly   two    yard*     tquarr.
���<  ���   h.mnied   ready   for   U'.e   and
I      very    durabU   (iinuik.
 i     effects   art     varied   and
ire  white   bleach.
M.I  FOR  $1.5   EACH.
$3.75 Hemmed
Damask Table
Cloths for $2.25
���Im .  yard . by 2 12 yardi.     Heavy
' " vhed     mercerised    damaik;
I t   floral   effect   with   border
0n ,h-  four ild...
''��� OULAR   $3.75   FOR   $2.25.
$5.00 Table Sets
for $3.75
It Hardly seemi credible that we
can ���* a Table Set for io low a
fgu'e but It li true nevertheleis. Set
com it. of one fine satin finliried table
clot--, 3 yard. long, with 12 napkmi
to rratch. It i. a rr.ar.ei at the price,
the material in thi. line ll thoroughly
dej>*ndabie and v��e guarantee it to
give .ati.'action,
REGULAR $5.00 FOR $3.75 THE  SET
Final Clearance
of Our Best
Table Cloths
We have 29 tabu civ . of the high.
eit grade Irnh DOUBLE DAMASK
.ren extra tuper qu.i tj an_ pure
gra.. bleach. The*. : -.-*._ .ell regularly for $7.50 and $8 00 ssch. They
are very iLghtly soiled and as a con-
sequence cannot be lo'.d at full value.
To effect a .peedy clearance and to
concentrate local intereit in cur .tore
v,r will sail then clothi fer $-1.00
each���actually at half price. This is
ycur opportunity���profit by it. C WlS
Bre 2 1-2. 3 and 3 1-2 yardi long.
ON   SALE   AT   $4.00   EACH.
A Clearance of
Table Napkins
6  doren   left   unhemmed.  size  20x20.
REGULAR   $1.00  FOR  65c  DOZEN
In   11     different     des>gv..     5 8  lire,
.plendid  wearing   quaht,.
Regular ��1.78,
ON   SALE   AT  |t_CS   DOZEN,
$5.00 Table
Napkins for
$3.50 Per Dozen
About 20 d��x��n In broken lines, imoit
of them In half-do_.ni. The regular
pnee. were $5 00 and $5.50, but si w��
w.int to get rid of them, we will claar
���hi line out at $3.50 per dozen.
T. H. SMITH
^.quarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
EE
cap, ired ths  THE NEW G00Ds arriving daily at the big furniture store.
town
...i'h a
Blue Fum*-! Ito-
er
Foi -i        ii Sowers and    an;.
kind    of    i    ral     work,      telephone
Davl B208. "
���;      *..:.-        of Agni
| v. . .     , barsday, tin. -���
and : v.      :���-.:.  until tbe
(all
Pi ���       I,;,;.  v l.-.ration
I the l botograpn-
odaj       i'"-' ���
rietles
:._��� oi the It   C   V-
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B : .        the tug Lorn
WE   DEFY   COMPETITION.
ONLY        IRSTCLASS    GOODS     IN     STOCK.
CALL  AT
W.  E.  FALES
House Furnisher and Undertaker
70-71 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
DOG TEAMS RACE FROM
DAKOTA TO EXPOSITION
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'v. ���' .-., nl it
on    igi   three ���*
.-'...: ���  ���     ��� ��� -
ball team i
Va.',.    . ���
second match.
game will  ; ���- stai - edi I  ly at-
I     That    Hghl     d' i ; us,    ** noi - mi
id : .    ll
frli ... .   wa* made  with Robin
Hoo: .'.our.
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I ti       of four 1
... our Newfound
Both !.
to   whii
Tl
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..- offered  _  pri; ��� tnni r
Brown n average toi
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Bu.    ���.'.������      easily i
���   le   In a 'i_.-
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323   F^ont   St..   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster.     Phone  489.
and   1260   Granville   St.,   VancOu/er.
V.. i  --������ .  ..ti  Friday the 30th April,
at   10  a.m..  tn   rh..   Market   plac..,   13
cows, with ral ves at foot, to ar-
riv- by 'ar from Manitoba;  .iso ->������-.-
i! local cows.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
��� j    Forty  differem kind-    of  May  Day
��� picture  postcards    on  salt-    today at ���
Hamley
W.  C,  Chamberlin  sells diamond, that flaih their rays bright.
And sells at a price that is fair and is right,
Glittering gems that appeal to the eye,
Bert earth  produces and money can buy!
H-i-kingx, the photographer
; block.
Tlie r<-eum<-d me-Uag of tie B C. A i
Ll    Wil    be held    at  the  National I
Bparts Club, Vancouver, this evening,
.when the revision ol the oonstltaoon
io t.ring  it  Into conformity  w.th tne!
Canadian Amateor Feder_u_a will be
di*- m ��� _______-_________^__
���    A   iplrliasl meeting will _. held ln      .__...     ______..
\*ris��imI'-A-Ssr-'s mutton; m PORK
clos. of tin  meeting      All welcome. ���
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE   AGENTS   HAMILTON   i.   LONGINE'S  WATCHES.
A:.�����-.:..���: ���r,- I ��� .-. i ll BBtSrday on
Us ���. N H tm . at Brunette . ���������
_ a;;.. r ��� :. ..;.;..-.'.. the Westminster
Brewer, a portion of il* erti :.-
���tttl ng 1 . rails was banted. T&i
ont) ... v ipposed to be due to
locomotive Bpark.
lasi   srriTad,  s carioad of    Bo  n
H<K>d Flour.     Full ua   r'::. :.t ot I _ -
.I,   .".'.  $8, now in stock. Hale bro..
ft Oo., Ltd
Fresh  Pork   Sausages dally.
Beit'of'Farmer'i   Pork.
PACiric
Meat Market
+++++++++++4
The latest Issue >>f    the    B, C. Ga-
te announce ippolntmenl ol Ph_n_  192
'Chief s   Campbell   oi      �����*��"�� ��mm
\  tt.     ��� lef constable of the ________-__--_-____
;. ivi. ��� oa district     which  hss
-v. formed   bj  the   merging ot I i
Vaaooaver and Westuunater distnc*..-. +
-.:. I which ��i.       ���   "-r :.  known a ���
��� Vani oui     .   ic-- ilisirict. t
:iarl.-> breed will n     .    Indlgea ���"-. ���
."-. ., v      . an eaall)  di- J
gi itad R< is -ii pag<  thn a   " +
.1. J.  Jackson, tii ��� w.'.i  known don J
fancier of tiis city. >��� .--��� - lay receive | ���
������v...-d from Taconui - tirsl prize ���
w.nning collie "Oleo Tars FloHle" h.ui X
been bought by .. dog fancier of that ���
Cltj   for  |50,  the  price   St   wtllch   Mr. ���
Jackson had listed the dog, according +
. show conditions, uitnough hv had'
ao desire to pan  w-it!i  "Flossie," it
��� :ic been bis   Intention k> exhibit
thr in  compan.   with hla other prize,
winning dogs sl  thi   Portland show. [
which Opens on May I.">. +
May Hay picture postcards on sale z
.it  Hacking's,  the  photograph.-r.   .our +     Phone 335
McME.ENY ft ANDERSON
Columbia St.
ASK YOUR GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST  ARRIVED.
For  Wheat.   Barley,  Oats, Chops,   Chicken   Feed.   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay,
etc., ask us.      We  wlll  see that   you   get   it  promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.
P. O. Drawer 100.
choice of forty different specimens. **
Eastman's
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
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1UST HGURE
Agents
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters for  Spectacles from  50
Cents UP-
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me'quote^you'figures.
ALFRED    W.   McLEODj
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62
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CROQUET     SETS.     $2.00      IU
$10.00.   AT
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LACROSSE    STICKS.    35c    TO
$4.00.   AT
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BASEBALLS,      10c     TO     $1.50,
AT
MOREY'S
663 Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MONEY SAVED  IS ST,LL MANY homesteajs
MONEY EARNED AVA,LABLE IN XLB"TA
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(Changes for this columu must    be   Wishes    I>. C.  CO   l&iU   Liilij
left Bt, or telephoned to, this office hy ,��� ,..,.;i,,,,;   ���, .    i
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any church  notice  from  this colum .
Indicate) that no oopy has bean tamed
a   hv   the   p IStOl   Or   other  re   ;, i.
part v. i
Sunday.   May   2.
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nai i itions,  clubs,    trade
u :. - and nslni as assoclatii ns will
find it convenient to have surplus
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to ths control of two or more offl    *
It's  a  good   Idea���try   it
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER   $50,000,000
New   Westminster,   B.   C.   Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1.17.
Cal| ���"���   \;: i ' ���       ���     ��� ; tii ���
Do toil :��� :    ������- ��� >���
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In U ���   Ri i  Deer diatrtci
9418 frei id
ari 11 .nl.., ti : f.>r ur. ���   :  '
In  tbe   1 :.'���:���!-.
still 26.332 homestead i una
Most ..'  ' bi  ���   are wesi
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NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Succe9.or   to
Mayera tl Preston
Office, front St., Foot of Smth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
CAPITAL  . .
RESERVE   . .
. .$14,400,000.00
.   11.0O0.0O0.0C
Branches throughout Canada and
New found.and, and in London, Kng-
iand. New York, Chicago and Bpokane,
I". S. A., and Mexico city. A general
banking bSslaeM transacted [.alters of Credit Issued, available with
CO: respondents In all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Rank Department���1>>ip sits
revived in sums of $1 and upward,
snd interest allowed at 3 p��-r een-. per
annum (pre* nt rate).
Total   Usets over J168.O0O.ooo v-
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
Q, D. UKYMNER, tlaaagai
NEW   *ALSTMINSTER     LAND    DIS
TRICT.
District of  Surrey.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Tak.-   i, itlce,   that   Henry   T.   Thrift
Intends to   apply for    pertnissi :.
lease the    following    described  lan
Commencing at a post planted where
the  southerly  boundary    of    lot :'"-
giouj.  two  (2), New  Westminster dli
trict  Intersects    the    quarter section
line,   prolonged,    running    north  and
south through  section  two   (2), town-
.hip one  (1);  thence south  160
thence east 160 rods;  thence north to
a  point 200 feet .out.  of the b< fore
m'niioned southerly    boundary of lot
It/o.   group  two   (1);   thence   easterly
parallel   to   the  said   southerly   boundary of lot  aU.",, group  two  12),  to a
point 62 rods north of the 4Hth parallel  of north  latitude;   thence  we*t to
low   water  mark  and   02   rods distant
from  rhe said 49th parallel of north
latitude; thence south 62 rods; then.-.-
(���ini to tha point where the soutberi.
.boundary   of   lot   ,.05,   group   two   I-i
Intersects  the  before   mentioned  48th
parallel of north latitude; then follow"
lng the said southerly boundary of lot
505,  group  two  (_),  to the point  of
oommencement, containing by estimation   two    Hundred    and    forty  acres
more or h...
I_at��-d   at   White   Rock,   n.   C..   this
22nd  day  of February, 1909.
HENRY T. THRIFT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re subdivision 11 of Lot 79, Group
1, New WesjfcniuBU-r District; Lots 18
19 und 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K
V., being part of Lot 6, Suburban
BlOCk IV., New Westminster City;
Whereas proof of the loss of certltl
cats of title number 16027A, issued In
the names of Charles Frederic Sprott
Francis Kaia Schou, Lucy Christine
SchOU, has been Hied In thin office.
Notice Is hereby given thai I shun
at lhe expiration of one month from
ths dale of the Brat publication hereof. In a dally newspaper published In
the clly of New Westminster, Issue B
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in ih.- meantime valid objection be
iriade to in.. In writing,
c   B. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry  office.   \,.w   Wiv
minster, is c, Man b 22, IflOD.
Re :be north portion 17 by _ .-hams
(.  1-2  acres)   of    :>ubdivisiun   12  and
...   :. irth    portion  10 bv    , :,,���,,;
scree), of  subdivision  12  of   Lot 79
Ori   ,   ':    map  .HO.  New Westmin '���
district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 2720F, Issued in
the name, of Charles F. Sprott, Lacy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been filed In this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the .Id certificate, unless ln the meantlm* valid objection
be made to m_ In writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Regiatry Offlce, New Westminster, it   rj., March 22, 1909.
FRIDAY, MAY 7.
MERRIEST OF ALL  MUSICAL  FANTASIES.
The Gingerbread Man
Yum, Yum, It's great. Yum, Yum, it's
gnat
Slit] two In trie machb-ss compan. ,
including such w_l| known artiBtu ��w
Rob�� SHOW, Kre J J Nice M_urlce HoL
den, Derrick Major Lute V ron mam.
May Boron, Adei,. Archer. Rob.. Mur
ray, Eleaaoi Waring, and others, with
>   VS OnrSe   of   beautiful     show
glrla and :.�����������-.tcbing cborutara.   Boats.
ery,  a -  DBMS  and  StSOtllOei   .(!<���,������.  .f
U ���    .-rn.*t ipiettdor.
A        MULTITUDE     OF     EMPHATIC
SONG   HITS
'   .   ".:. ed ��� -ver> �� hers   D' I
yon ever      ���-  ' J.ii.n  Doe,    ' Masle,
Beantifnl l^ind of Hon Ron" "Moot
Moon, Moon,'     yen of Mj   Drams.
��� tc.     Thej  wiii linger la )
ory.
\ mi dli j of \l        Melod   snd Max
nlfloenc,
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will v-nd you
free a cake of their famous I'lantol
toilet   Map, if   you mention  this psper.'hand^lored
Edison Theatre
Animated     Picturei     and     lllultrated
Bongs.
Friday. April 30 and  Saturday, May  1-
No.  1,  Music  Hath   Its Charms
No   2, The Cabby's  Wife  (comedy).
No   3,   \    First-class    Comedy  in
Quest of Comfort. *���
No, 4, Tommy's New mouse.
No I, The Boxing Mnm.-i
No   I, Unstinted song by Mr-   Reid.
"1   Arn   For  You '
No   7, Father Oats    in the Oame,
[tr,;. h,   What   Kuo
Friday   and   Sa'urdav.   a   blgB-CtBSS
comedy iilll from start to flnl-b
On Monday, May Ird, The Blbls His
tory   of  Ham|>��_n.      This  film  Is  an
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manatmctmrsrt mmd Dmcutri m Att Kinm' nt
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   MoulcKngt,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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a   Magee, pastor.   Bei at 11 s
and 7 , m ,- ng   at I
Sunda.    cbiH.i at .       .        Bp��
l^eagii.. Mondsj    at    -    p m
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KNUX FRK3HYTKKIAN CIU'KWH.
Sapperton- Kct E 0 Thompson. M
A. pastor, i'u.lic worship, morn.nt.
11 am e. ning. 7 poi. Sabtatb
���chaw and H'ble class 2:30 p a_
Pray.r   meeting   Wednesday    e-rtnlog,
is p ni Morning, ChTtwing u p
Conpan)       ��� ������ ��� :.���      -'������'f lt< ���
'���ion."
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|D.   Minister    Bervlees a: 11 a. m  ..a!
* p. ni.   Bandaj   ichoo) ��t 230 pm
dALVATluN   ARMY    S.rrl,.      wil.
be   con,, vd   m  tb.-   ,-    A    batr��ck��
on  Sunday  as  folio*.     II   am,  llo.i
oeia. :; p.m    (-'*���.��� ind Baaj iiie--'.irig,
7  i" ; v   Balval . .,.    Oaptal
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.ervlci'H at II   .in   and 7.3. p.m   8ui.-
darschool a) :   .a   Bpvorth Lssgas
Tueaiiiy - ; tD Dun Ion.ild school
house, Bervioe at 2 pin And Sunday
school Bt 1 ;. m Iter W F.war: J. ��� *.
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firjfalilY      MISSION     I'antor.      H
W.  W   iiromwlrb,  Basl   Iturnsby   j>r.
vice* a- follows      Fast Hurnaby, Sunday  b< hool  at  two <���'( lock;   preerblnK
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"'inday school si I SO and prsaahlag
Bl 7:30.
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rice at 11 a.m. and 7 p tu Holy Com.
ni'Uiloi. first Sunday In the month af-
fr*r morning s.rvlie I'riiyer meetlsf
on Tbunday at 7 '10 p m
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THE   BICYCLE   MAN
SPORTING  GOOOS,   REPAIRS
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Alway. in Stock l���r Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
ENGLISH  PUT MARTIN
IN  "FOREIGNER" CLASS
Ixindon, April 30 In an interview
William T. Stead Hays: ' i went lo
Stratfordon-Avoo la.t nl|-ht wlu-re ,i
popular dramatic autborass prasldsd
ovi-r a .i.fttnK SgslnBl Joseph Mar
(In. Ubi-nil candidal... who fnvori woman suffrage An amttaMg mmance
of   Tory   Igaoraace   ami   liiauliu-lty   is
the cry against Martla win, w.m once
a crown minister |��� (anmla. ihni We
don't  warn   any  forelgosra.'       It  Is  B
cruel oom men i on ih,. blatant Imperial'
Ism of the  parly."
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'���I you want secondhand goodt you
can obtain Ihem ni ��ur other depart.
m�� nt.
ALEX   8PF.CK.
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ATLANTIC STtftMSHI. ".
You v-.li fiti.i ,t t<i four BilTSOlsgi
to arrange yoor bookjm ;" "i'a offlci.,
w|,etb��r   you   intend   tO   trsvel  or  n-'U'l
OK   for  your friends
Sailing  From  Quebec.
Empreis  of   Britain   ... May   21
En.pr.__  of  Ireland           June 4
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Telephone 12.
New Westminster
HUNDRED MILLION
FOR   DREADNOUGH1S
Vienna.   .pri|  10    The    AllCMJtlns
Zeltnaf statea  thai  ths nexl  _ri|rgri
Houi win in asfci ii t.i rots u i radii ol
11(10,00(1,11(10 to    build    *��ven    niv.ui
nought*       Oflll Ial   . In I.- .   however  ile
olsre thai nothing i,:, i��� ,,, , .tni,,| ,(M
yoi. and thsi proi a v. tin llgun a ���
largolj ��� KBggernted
CIIUMI
 IPICIFICI	
RAILWAY COMPANY
Tile  Scenic   liuliHoonimeill.i]   i;i 11 _ .iy
ci'iiipped with ihroii|h dining (liut
ciu��M slsepsri and diniiiK oars. ai
liunlc Bgprssi IWTSI dully grJO p.m.;
iruln for Besttls    uud Other BOUthSrn
points ui iv in am, train for Agassii
ui  _vl- p.m.      Wi'ek  end tickets Hold
to local points sl one fare r.u round
trip
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Agent.
C.   II    KOSTKIt,
Asalstanl Oensrsl Passenger Agent,
Vancouver
eord.nco witb ibr BhSM ���fj.'jJJ
with psrenti or en !����-!���. mA "V
ed by himself posi BPtll> tlw' "
for the dlHtrl. t of ���*>- '����*%������
Hli montbi' BOtlCS In wAmt. -���,
.. g,ren tO lbs **���*J^ ��
minion l.andi at Ottaei. o! BW
to spply for patent
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Light and Heavy M.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A WESTERN  BANK  FOR WESTERN  PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $6,000,000
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
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Thrifty people who use our Sa/ings Bank Department will find
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b*  large  or  imall.  Savings   Dep^r-vents at every branch.
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Ifa-i.���'- Viarc.  tdth, April  M
j.t.-, CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SERVICE.
leavss Va^oueer
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fse **���*����� . ��� "'.turiuiter Monday
BHmbI. "��� ' rrtday ��t I a ta.
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Iron  Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor,
Tenth Street,   ���    kew tattHte
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor  Store
CHOICEST   WINES,   BRANDIES.
ALES   AND   STOUT.
Th* Gingerbread Man. Porrrer  Police Chief  Indic.ed.
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ly would oral
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lerelta com- having -       ���'���}"'
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......   that Venus might bill through Houst
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New Rag Mat Patterns     |
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Electric Railway Service f
^^^^ 30.���Tl>e subcommit-
anking an.i commerce appoint-
���1 to deal with the Insurance bill me.
behln.i do**, doors to-_,iy. It is un-
deratood chat Hon Mr. KV'._in_: will
pree�� ���_������ .ill through the house this
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ma   inrormattoa      family trade  a  specialty.
'baritone  who  played    Mac-leva nan's
Fudg    laa   Beaaoo In the Gingerbread
M B  v  lllli   with   the company, and
3   ea  of   My   Dreanw"  a*
...   ml.  can render It     It i. a treat
r'ettCll an accompli abed srtlBt as .CONDUCTORS END TROUBLE
������--:.       ind eupem                   WITH  MEXICAN  RAILROAQ
laotlng ..--.��� aiw-v;..  a pleasure lo hi" | ���	
t_o��e Murray, the Boohrette,   >.,. oi
iBiy   pedal   eitrum. U.S.   11   tilt-
-i^h the r.;.   of Margery in
���vad Maa thl a season, and
jha*.     ^!e   l._s a new
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FRONT   ST.
SEW   WESTMINSTER,  B   C.
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song    Maggie \s     ,, metn t. ,,...���
Hah  in a  ltraid"  thj* ����rt t,(   '^f^
a,Ot "H
ivv Th,_e qeeeelj crt. ���,rt'E- ?iu��
��� ..ii be on shosi al i,,v ��;"cr��
. Friday. The s.-at eab- Is ni*",
M doo Oty. April 30.���The trouble
between th�� American conductors cm-
plo: sd by the national line-* oi M>-xic_
a .: the company, over the employ-
punt '.,f laapectora. was gatlsfantortly
adjuated today. The inspectors Will
-��� ..:���. on the trains, but their dalles
wtl-i b- tnodi.e-d.    ���
Interurban Line.
Carg   for Vancoever   and way
etatlon.   will  Tun every half
hour   from   6: DO   a. m. Last
ear leav^g at 11 p. m.
Last car teaves Vancouver at
11:20 p.m.
Cars leave the depot ever?
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutea
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutee after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 5:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
virterta.
s Millinery   Houle   Burned.
vy _��_*nl   April 30.���K-ire last nigh*
MMK��_ ^ , j-pj,. 0( $, ��� ooO to I
.id daaafg te.     -.Mprv e.--ibiishm.nt;
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ud |
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WHEN  GOING EAST
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SPRING      LAMB.     CHOICE
A',0 SAUSAGE
AT THE
MEATS
RUTHERFORD   MAY
BE COMMISSIONER
the who: .wi*. rniii_
of Psrrell Palilils i
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���verv
* .mpany, Koti.
-THEMiRiHWLSTERNUNE- Central Meat Market
Ms
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Cr-mer  Klrht. SL  snfl    Mfth Ar**n_e
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v..i<;   Rutherford, v.-
���or genera) for   ih,- Lto
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The Arrow Press
WINDSOR    HOTEL   BLOCK
Still in the field for Job
Printing
Whm   a   co-npet.lor   telle   you
���n   Bleep    art not in bui.net. now, you can place
it   car.     rselt_tng|sn ritimat.  upon hi. value and place 'j,_
iwe),   mi��dr��-n   day; an order  .Ith US.      Vou can rt y on
uv   nad   B8BO-.   our word a�� wtJI ai our work.
E,   M.   DOMINY,   Prop.
Hal'  H-   lay for Kamloops.
Kamlooi so.���The -.edn -
:.!>  hall iting fn>tn May 18
to s.% ��� ���    ��� moat asBored n.s
a r-null oi th.   b ���'-ss attending the
effort         '      ��� have circulated
the petition   ai the mere:: ni ���
this week. Thi ���  I ss been oor.
diftlly  i.e. iv.-,| in ...     | artaea an.i all
w_ with the ex-
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Crystal Theatre
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CONCEALING A BURGLAR
REEDHAM   BOYS'   FA.\CY
DRILL.
OUR  FARMYARD FRIENDS
THE CONVICT AND THE
DOVE.
Two good comics:
UNFORTUNATE  MISTAKE
THEY WANTED A DIVORCE
Sonc,
SHE   WAITS   BY   THE   DEE..
BLUE   SEA.
Next    We-k.
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
Mat nees 2 to 5. Evening 7 p.m.
Admission 10c. Childrtn. 5c.
MANAGER   J     M    OOMHTON.
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Detroit. Mi''1
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Msnc-i Street
SEATTLE
RATES:       ~
Room  J1  p-r day  up.
Room  and  board  |2i0 per day up.
room  with  bath  $2.50 per day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot anil cold
wa'er steam heat, long distance telephone. '3'-. meets all trains and -oata
CARLETON   GILBERT.
Mgr.
WE  ARE   READY TO  SHOW
ou how it is cheaper to buy our
igh-c!as3    building     material.
than it ii to purchase the poor-
kind. We can point to
uildings built with our niate-
als that never need repairs,
can   point   to  some   others
that need r,i>alr_ all the time,
ut they  were not built of our
materials. See where real
aapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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Five-quire  box  beautiful    .azure  linen ���
finish paper in either of two s zes  and
five packages envelopes to match, regular price 12.00, thla week only
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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FELIA   STEVENS,
One of the clever dficera with The G no-rbi-ead Man, here Friday, May 7.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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Lawn Mowers
ALL   PRICES.
BASEBALL ATTRACTION     '
AT QUEEN'S PARK TODAY
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Balmorals  and     Young     Liberal*  Will
Give   Imitation  of   Northwestern
League   Playeri.
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satisfy any  taste,
as   well   as   any
pocket.
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THIS  WEEK   OM-Y.
GAS AND GASOLINE MANTKLS AT
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��ill ��� afterno.
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T"viis^HH^^^^^H    _t.
BANK    OF   COMMERCE    BUILDING.       Effort ...      I
���
Oppoi.te Postoffice. j. \\   tforris a      I Scoti  rIth two
, \\ .. tininster men.
PRONE 331.
P. 0. BOX 928
Yoirag and Old Alike
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD . ELLOWS' BLOCK.
6E0. ADAMS, Prop.
an : nd of music, and every home
sho'.. : - - .v a Piano. They do not
co<t anything like what they ar��- r illy
worth to the family circle. Fo*"
next ten day.  w.- are ahow'
r�� ��� : '.'.rial   valnee
 __\
.i. some
M OBITUARY.
Mrs.  Cameron.
; Mrs Ostberlne Igni - I isnw n in
* ife >.f John it. i an.- ... .-.t her I
iTeeJdenoa, 116 Eighth si inns vast,
Monnl Pleasant, Vancouver on Tbnrn.
;da.v,   St   the     ...rh   BgS    Of   17,   Ii-i.'.!...
'only  been  married  iwo years      Bhe
'ua- b sister "f Mrs W. A Cauwon
of Bapperton, and a dawghttr of Mj
. Eberts.. Tbe funeral ��W tak.. piac.
this afternoon u tiro o*cloek from th.-
residence <>f her father _a>law, C C
Cameron. Cedar itreet, Bapperton, lo
uti_ oddfellow-.' cemetery, It--���.s it M
Thompeon and J P Weetnian, ottdat
ins
Mrs.   R   T.  Hcr-y.
The funeral ol __>j Hiv ud T  Han
of rhiiiivv ���������',,   ., ,  .     .���,...
day trotq t^t   ,     .]i(i. <)f hi.r togtor
"     *' Jan* i Turn a ���   -v  ���  tan, W
������"',��� i   0.0   .     ��� meter,    li avlng ti ���
���  ... ,,-    . r       Ret     H  U
St. va .il   -v      ���:    '   I..:::*.I' -     Wlll
ate.
J- 5. Todd's Big Music House
' COLUMBIA STREET.
Mus   Madill.
The funeral tool '��� rds���
Re ..v.     *���.. ni    M idi     ol  B
Oddfi   oa        meter.     Ret    I
��� ������
New
Designs
Just to
Hand
IN MISSES' DRESSES, WHITE
AND COLORS.    ALSO IN THE
STYLISH   LINEN    COAT   AND
j SKIRT SUITS IN SIZES 10 TO
r       11
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS
Ellard  Block,  New Weitminiter
Prane   Lemieux   Act.
b, April 2      ' sna Is    i  i . ������ ���
.  i:i-<_ of indiihtrl.il  ;    :
the   ������ Jeci of a leadini In /--
zial-;   till   s well conducted    Cenl   il
��� ���. ::,  ol    oclal   politics li.' ���' il
le lull de-���' v ��� the Lemteui bi -.
in addition ll Bays, to the sensible
i . considered ivnlMrawmip h<>-
cial-reform tawa '������  tbe use of wni.n
the British cokwlea are distinguished,
ani  I'oiHl-.id...    ' I'a' ; mi.-n'    Ii.lh  eve ,
dentlj  spproved   aomethlni   great In
paHsin>- the Lemleui court of arbitral
tl.ti law, whose advantages sre Infln-
liteij    greatei   'han   lt#  diru'ivant.n' l,
and who..- iuccesai     greatlj  prepon
derate over Its faults.     Th.' hap;.;, ho- [
Iution Canada baa found to ths difiicui-
tiei   wiiii:.   :ir--   m.  Often   arihlni?   witti
.--K.-ird    to   rallwa'- -',   coal    ml!)'-',   i-tc, ,
might weii nerve an s model for legla ,
laUir. of inariv Buropean nonntriei
Houses Painted
In Artistic Colore.
WALL  PAPER,  PAINTS, OILS,  ETC.
Doane, Bailey & McKay
Agenti Vancouver Vacuum Carpet
Cleaner.
Front   St.,  Domlnioei   Truit   Building.
BURGLARS STOLE SAFE
FROM CALGARY STORE
Calgary,    April     10 -Durinf?    laat
evenlni -   heavy   wind  storm,  daring
burglars iarri.-t aw,i.- the SsJs from
the store of I> T, .1 Tttrootte, Sunny
Side, 8 uuhurii north of the rlty and
opened it with crowbars and other lin.
plements. The safe contained about
two hundred dollars _rd /ainable pa-
pan. A hon.- in the stable at the
rear of th.; .tore wan hlteh< _ to a
delivery rln to haul the aafe a niil��-
away. After owning th��> ����fi' the
hot...   wan  drlvn   hack   and   unharn-
es.'-d.
i
������. ��� ���
m+l6
/..V
FINE HOME
A. J. BIRTCM \
"THE   WHITE   HOU8E"
On Sixth Street, close to Electric,
6-Room Cottage,
$2700
One-third cash, balance to arrange.
275 Columbia Street J
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
:
i 	
A BIG
RIBBON
SPECIAL
FOR TODAY.
Ctfi
600 yards of wide Silk and Satin Duchesse
Ribbons on Bale today, 25 cents per yard.
This special lot of Ribbons ia made upof a
large variety of qualities. I: is a general cleanup of an immense stock of short enda ranging
in length from two to ten yards and being
four to six inches in width.   Every desirable /(      ���VAmi.o,,
color ia to be found in this big Bale special. WL   j    11 I   - - ^ -
Plain   Silk,  Fancy   Dresden,   Plaid,   Bordered- {���'}\'   \,\ >''   .
Edge Checks and Satin Duchesse, any of which _L   >~   ' J_vXy*
win prove appropriate for Sashea/Hair Rib-
buns, Trimming, etc Regularpricea 30c, 36c,
40c and 46c per yard.   On sale today, per vd,
RibbcH "
.Counter
Some Interesting Specials in the House
Furnishing Department
3_.   HEM.T
TCHED PILLLOW
SLI. 3
ON
SALE   Be
EACH
II..i.
,        beat
qu_:it)
'    :.
��tltcb��d and
aln  ptlloo  ��� ���,
of Bogllah i
ItOO        A
il-jT.     Sl
ck ol
.    .
.. is pillow
::..ik. ��� It
ii. ��� > ��� -.i
r-i-du ���
pri .  in
order
to  ���
:,i m ������
,
ii..
���
.. la 1>-
is tn >.-i u
1  ��� ��� :   '
���   Tin.' ���
ighti.
aatgnt
:���              On
���'.       II  ���'.
ire  H
'.     4'.
2-.;
JOc   arid    3..    LINE
N     TOWELS    ON
SALE  ��c
EACH
...         ,   -illt >
���
with  '.          bed
, .      . :,
. ���  ind M
���
'.--     't       K.
LARGE   Si.ED
WHITE   BtLI
SPREADS,   1'
M   EACH.
'.
.
tia-limi   ��
���   I
��lie��       Hoi
-
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SOMETHING   NEW   IN   LADIES'
NECKWEAR   EVERY   DAY
Vou can find nome ues atylea ot
neekireai in v.t-< i.u,r,- .iiun^t afar)
day it pays '.in to wa:< t, for tar
n.-w.-..t ereatloni and Moore thai, to
place before our eu-t. mera nn .-.my
��� posslbls ii ii easy to _naka a
aelectloB ..f   a popular   ajid saitabls
Style fr.nti the large r.iii|t��. now on
displa* Durinjt th<- last few iL-yn era
bava r .. ivivj new DUTCH COLLARfl
lack 0OLLAK8, IJNK'N BTOCK
COLLARS, KAM'V BMBROIOERBD
i.inkn 00I_L_-R8, ft.
A��k    lo   Hen   the      new   ��t)'len Nu
trouble  to lllOW  tli. in
PARASOLS FOR THE SMALL GIRLS
PariiAoU   viita',1..   for  all  uu--*   '���>'<
be found in ih��- lurite nkM flou of pin
SSOlS   now   i,r,   .|li.;..ay
It Ih to th', children'. nirw��ola, how.
ever, that wo dfalre to dn��w your intention. Bo miuiv attTitrtlve Utile
parsao)�� ar�� here hat it Ih linpoe��ltil��i
to mention eSOl) line Honv.. are P-Uu
OOVered, Others have on��>, two or thrrij
frlliM r,f contrasting color*. Thu-y are
tiiadi- in .ilk print p*rcAle or ruuann.
Hperlal display todfly ��K-ll J*C to f 1.75
BRING THE CHILDREN  HIRE
FOR   THEIR   NEW   HATS
The ihlldrim'H hat�� STi bi  .  '������
attractive atylea.      The plain   i  '
day aallor hat��,  the v��n-li boOfiH
tauui,   the  newly  irlinin.-d  _Stl   ��� ��� ���'
lli�� n"w nhap��Ni with flown and Wl��*
trlminlnga, all on display todSJ    -"
dal prici-a on ui) ehiMren. hi"
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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