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INSURANCE
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MAY DAY fESTIVAL HERALDS
i.E16NJ[M SOVEREIGN
Advent of Spring Will Be Celebrated Today By Westmin-
ster Children in Time-Honored Custom     Splendid
Program of Amusement,    Order
of Parade.
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WASHINGTON   OFFICIALS
SELLING   OFF   PRiSON   BAGS
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to deliver, at Wnlia Walla Tl..- .'. ���
t e-rt.itn.it.<m la expected to mom eserj
��*<-. .ti '..uid sad sl) Ulat will
[ manufactured this ><*ar .md
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The   Coronation.
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Evening   Bail.
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(or thi   splendid
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,    ���      there
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MISS KATHLEEN D ASH WOOD-JONES,
Who  surrenders the re'ns of  government   to   her   successor   this   afternoon.
SUMMER   CARNIVAL.
blRliUHS TEST JEWtLB.    ASSESSMENT COMMISSIONER
BEFORL* REMOVING LOOT     IS A M.IM0RX1.. MAN
Ggantic  Publicity   Scheme  is  Devised
by Ottawa Promoters.
Ottawa, April 2.���A movement .=
_eine >t.ir.ed in Ottawa thai bids tsli
to be one of the most, talked ot
schem.-s that have arUen tor sou.e
wn- in the capital. The idea of th^-
promoien emixxiies a g-tgaatic puon-
city scheme by the means of two national . arniva.s in one year, extend-
in. o\.-r a month in summ. and also
on*- in winter.
The government    will  be a___d  to
promote the scheme, and it is expected that a  sum of money  will  be  -���
cur< _ te help along the project, wh-ch
....  ������ -. ia its miiial stag-.
COURT-MARTIAL AND
PROBABLY DEATH
Deposed Abdul Hamid Must
Answer to Justice For
Crimes Innumerable.
AYLESWORTH WILL BE
ABSENT ALL SUMMER
E��pe-t   Tf.eves     D.scard     sli   Pated   Increase   in   Assesjed     Value   of   Real
Goods. Taking Only the  Ge-u -e Estate  Bnig.  Out  Healthy Crop
C.ut!���Used Acid Test ct  Pretests from  Owners.
in inn
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illstrtci   t st bei n '
��� :       1;     '    r sctei
iflc bu i ...     '������'. tested iheii  plunder
[trttb ��� '"���    taktaf   It swaj
j-    . ���   ���      charms    ��u |   i
chain-, rs l rained
:.s    . ���        md    str.wti    skoal tn.
Crowbsri atoles lrom .. place e?ber,
woriunea  wen   engaged 'n repainng
ibe iti et - ii track ���*.���*���   ���-��� -i la ; * ���
it.;-, i.'i    '���   fon tar* of a rear Brtn-
d i
BeveraJ tktmean. Hollars' worth oi
diamonds were looked In two antes
equipped with electric burnlar iilnrtn-
Tu. tact thai bo effort was made to
mm',.-! srltk tkeec s...-. c 'iivlnc._ M*
Towns ii I tkat tbe ' irgtars wetre ta-
miliar with the premises.
Earthquake  in  Africa.
Bertta,   M>m  M    ^:1    oOclaj dm
;.Hi��v. rem \i+4 Msre '���*' " " '*" m "'
sere stux-k-. in Kagaww, Wswi \ ��� '
Th.' iiii'ik,-. i.avr cobUm i Bin* ��� ] ���'��� **
dm aftvrnoon	
SEVEN   TRADES  DISPLTES
LOST  MANY  WORKING DAYS
Ottawa, \i"ii M. ���Tiu-i.- were seven
trade disputes In progress In Canada
I during March, according to tk�� l.ai..-.r
Qasette, Juat pu iliahed     Of tbe sum
(oui   '" inn    during    the month
. .....ia   iboee o. oosj mmers In Novb
I Scotia   iron    moulders    in Hamlltoi
Ont., leather i-ini.-rs in Quebec Cltj
,,,.,,' ;       ���    ��� in. n in Vanoouver,   Two
I strikes were settled during ike montii
bul the loss ol tune to empJo>-��ss ���-���
a result ol trade disputes in mMOt ���
was   10,460   woikltlj;   days,   or   dOttl  "
i llm;  Of  K>'lii'tiar>.      Tlu'i.-    were  '-.-:
Industrial   seddenta reported   during
I the month,   of tke bomber M were
fatal
I        Replace Disqualified Aldermen.
M..iitir_l. April _���.���Thl Cltj coun
rii will appoint a new linatuv eoni
mlttee l�� place ol tbe seven aWermeu
disqualified by the court of revision
tor huNiiiK voted non.-y Uiegatl) foi
tha sxpensss ��f tke mayor to Prance
Sell   H     \;. Qtuu ojerly cltj
ind al ��� ���.    . -
id ring
:.i-.i!i_ a (���������* weeks  vacation in
l wl ���': .��� propertj on ���:.���������> wlll
��� ��� to demand the whjf
'    .        tbe increase In tne
\ahie of  Vieir real e��stat�� in
(thi_ elty.     Daring tbe peas con;.. ���
- :. bai been wayiaid bj scores of
Iratif i wners who insist i d calling hi*
attention .o certain figures tm tl
seasmen notification cards bi | Inviting a comparison with previous ;.-..*s
assessments He v .n>-d ol explaining that it had to be done���that prop-
ertj baa been v*,m!f in value st-adiiy
unv-l tke old bssbsbb-uBI ..is ut a nd-
iculousl. low ligti!,- .md an increase
was imperative.
All   this,   however,   falls   to  SppeaM
���,iiaii> ol the complalnera, whose propertj   Is   aosesaed   from   fifteen   to  a
hundred and fiftj per cvnt higher tti.in
i-    fear,  but protest  to  Mr   M.Quar-
j rt*. is (ruitlees.     He merely informs
th..  dissatisfied   party  that   the  Brst
sitting of the court ol revision will be
: h<*ld   on   Whines lay.     M:t\   1..   where
all protests proper!, filed with tke cltj
ierk,   In Brrittng,    will    bs given a
bearing      The court  promises to be
the busiesi held for man. years, judg-
from th.. number of verbal pn
made.
However, in tke opinion ol res! es-
Mate men and others qualified to
v., revised Baseaameni is not
con side) d heavy Properties are
merely rated st something like their
real value (or the firs: tune in many
years, bui to the man who bai been
accustomed to paying taxes men Ij on
,i fial-'j.'li 0| tke value ol Ills holdings.
ihi. is poor consolation. The increase is particularly noticeable close
to the city limits, where lots assessed
lasi year al aboul ISO hav. in some
cases been credited a.s worth trom
I_i.ii to |300 There is uot much
cluing, in tke assessment on down
town properties.
Ottawa .prii :9-���Hon. A. B. Aylesworth a.'.i .i _ Swart, k ... of Ot-
tawa, wil] ... to England early next
tn.mUi to meet tlie Newfoundland mm-
iatei -.   Hon.   M.   Hun;,   and
v British   foreign  office
the Newfoundiand-Canadian case on
tke Atlantic fisheries dispute with the
Onlted States, to be submr.-.v. to the
Hague tribunal during th-- i-ummg summer un.i-'t the treaty pSBeed in February I..-; Mr Aylesworth will be anient   ' om Canada aii summer.
Constantinople, April 29.���imprisoned a*. Saionica. stripped of bis for-
tun* and tils power. Abdul Hamid. deposed Sultan of Turkey, loday taces
court-martial and death. Authoritative hint, bave been dropped to th.
.(lect that Abdul would be coun-mar-
taled w-ithin the n.x*. few days. That
thi- would mean his execution there
is no doubt, as it is certain '.hat no
attempt to call him befor.- a tribunal
would be made unless hi- prosecutors
; ii sufficient evidence to insure n;s
conviction of a capital crime.
Economical Policy.
The new Sultan. Rechad, has al-
ready inaigurated an economical policy. He hag discharged sev-ral thou-
sand useless government employees
.iL.< has replaced those whose offices
Yaks  Reach Canada Isis neoesaary srltk able men.     He has
SI   Johns. N. B.. April 29-Five vaks   ??_*?_*���  the forC", *l thv��� pulUCe UU'
i it i.v  ffrneat Seton Thompson. Jjj lt, '* af'pI?XI"^    yu     * ^-   f
the   naturalist  from   England,   to   tbe   ���*' "'' k->': a: th* NNh'te HouSt> _\ NVasb"
Canadian  Agricultural  department,  to (Continued on Page Three.)
try    the    experiment ol    introducing 	
them into Canada, were brought here
yesterday on tke C. P, K. steamship + + + + + + + + + 444444
Montezuma, and will be sent west.        ��� ���
 ��� Yeiterday'i Baiefcaii. ���
Canada's  Racial  Problem. (���   ���
London, April 29��� Hon. C- G. Mur-  ���       Aberdeen     <>   ���
ray,   lecturing  on   the  South  African  ���       Vancouver        1    ���
Onion   before   the   Royal   Societv   ot ,��� *
Arts,   said   he   found  Canada',   racial'���       Portland     ���   ���
question,  which  appeared    to  exceed   ���        Spokane ...        i    +
anything he  had  witnessed  in  South   +   ���
Africa, one    which  when    the  racial  ���       Tacoma     I   +
question of South Africa has become  ���       Seattle     >>   *
a matter of history, bid fair to be still ��� ���
������������������������������������������������
Major da  Lotblniere   Returns.
Vlotorta, it. c April M.���Major a"*1
Mrs. Jol) de Ldtblnlere ui'c guesti at
ih,. Smnrees, iiii\in>- arrived from 't1*
din-        Major   l.olblntet-e,   who   l-   ''"'
...ii ol the late Sir Henri Jol)  d��  1.��'
hinlere, formerly    |leutenant-governor |
,,l   Itiltisli   Columbia,     has   mad.'   his
ui.ii u in the Imperial service
K " . be
flHE CHIEF J.  H   WATSON.
_HIEE J.  H   WAI ��uk.
Ir,|t''led with  May Da y PsstlVSlS t+t VB����* ind t0 w   '
credit   of   the   procession   I*   ',l"'
Bar  Whitened   Flour.
Cheyenne, \v>o., April RH n"
state purs rood commission toda. m
dorsad the reoeni government i 'Unl
relative to urtificiiiiiv aged oi ��n'"
,n, i flour, ami dealers will b�� Rlv^n
until September i to dispose ol ll"11'
present stocks. Nearly -ill the Hon1'
,,vt in tin- stats is Imported.
BOOSTING  BIG FAIR  IN
WINNIPEG   IN   1912.
Winnipeg,   .pi I -",    The Canadian
exposition   nnd   Selkirk   centennial   is
the name deflnltelj selected tor tbe
exhibition*hens In i -*t - Tbe C, P, it.
donated $15,000 and the C N. it. $10.-
000 tor preliminary expense*, and it
was decided to awa a delegation
through the Wi. In B special to stop
briefly at s<'... i . iiolnts in order to
interest tbeni li      ���   i-."1"'.
Other delegations will go m tbe
.oast  ami ottawn, the latter seeking
$1,500,000 to  $2   appropriation
in cash or lands
Th�� we. ..'in .ii' Ration win endeavor io go; plac ~".',i to deluge tbe
members and tin government with
wins asking ���<���- ���" sttPPWl 'be
scheme,
ALD. J. J. JOHNSTON,
Chairm.in of the committee for the sec ond   year,   and    associated   for   fifteen    *
years  with the  ceremonies.
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PAGE TWO
Til S   DA ; LY   N EWS.
FRIDAY,   APR|L
3��.   '909. .rj
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 not   ��� ill   any.       You  must  tell  the   people vnhal  JSU  h.ive  to  tell, why thry vl-ould   bui
thing of the value you offer them  in   return  for their money.       Too  many  of  Ul  have  got   into  the habit  of  tin,.-   ig that  because  we  have  b-en  a  long tune  In  business everyone  must  of Meet    ���
wares.       1       t".  advertis ng columns of  The Dally   NSWS and  keep abreast  of thr  I
PERSONAL.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
f
LAUNDRY.
WHY     REMAIN    SINGLE.    VV<   can   C.    HAMBER,     ACOUNTANT     ANU
limi a congenial life companion
any    respectable  man    oi   ffoman.
Send stamp for  ; avi ul irs.    West-
, m in velopmeni  League, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
Auditor,   Notary    Public     Conve.
iinv-r. Room 11. Qulchon block, Ni w
Westminster.     P. 0. I>>>\ 795.
Rl i. W   CITY    LAUNDRY,    ROY \l.
\      ie and B i F
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iki
pair,
v o  ���
ARCHITECTS.
WANTED.
WANTED    G I.1--    FOR    LAUNDRY.
. ���   r  iv     Laundry,
V. wi ED carpi nters    for
u   &   Hod ly,   Fn
HU1 wages i.i . -'.I rn''"-
WAN .ED -Oirl  to    as-vt    in  h
woi,.    Appl.   .- ��� Ro   .. avi.. i< . n. ar
Sixth stn
WANTED   Men   to cut  thou
cords ni wood    Api :���   E. J. Fad< r,
Northern Crown Rank offices, New
Westmin-v l
WANTED���Girl tor general housework. Apply in the evenings Mrs
W. G. McQuarrie, Second Btreet and
Fourth avenue.
LOST.
W,   I".  GOODFEliLOW,   ARCHITECT,
Room 11. Dominion Ti usi  block.
EDWIN  G    W,  SA1T.  ARCH1TE   I
. hon  Hi"' k.    Teli phon..   I IS
AUCTION SALE.
OUR   SALE   TODAY   OF   JEWL.LR.
;  I      and   7:80   p m       I!
Don ���-. " b i ier,
v i'i ION  SALE AT  MARKET     I wo
h milch cows ��llh calves al i""-
will be M'ld al  the marki    I
alnj     _pri]  30, 'v   ������
T. .1.  Tv
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
LIVERY   .STADLE.
fUNtl   I  P
FOR    HACKS   \M'
ii..    i iu   t.ta
MACHINE   WORKS.
THK SCH \ UCE  m whim: WORKS
IS .  ,v     \\ '    I
���
,vv   an I    ahlngle    mil) a
m .        .        md .;...'
��� .1
LOST���IF YOI" HAVE LOST YOUR
pocketbook, your gloves, your wrap,
or any oth.-r article, a lost  ai.  In
the Dally -News will find ll for you.
This    has  been    proved   by  others.
Twenty-five cents expended with us
on Wednesday found a y.o coat for
its owner yesterday.
FOR   SALE.
THE     PEARSON    ELECTRIC     CO.,
dealers    in     electrical     machii
fixtures and supplies, house srlTing,
armature  wiring,    motor  repairing,
etc,      Hank  of Commerce  building,
'phone 331, F. O. Hox 928
ELOCUTION.
FOR SALE���NEW HOUSE. ALL
modern improvements. For particulars addres. A. B, News Offlce.
HELEN BADOLBY, TEACHER OK
ekK-utlon, physical culture and ir.i-
matle art Every Monday, . te B
p.m., Knights of Pj tiiias hail, or
992 Hornby Btreet, Vancouver.
'Phone  B3535.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B   C   MONUMEN I Al. to ORK8   JAU
MeK.i ���   manufactu       an I
.- mi iital  t
���tone, i tc    Batlal
Columbia itrei v  ,\. .i   \\ i
NURSERY
THK FRASER VALLEY Nl R8_R1E��
Ltd..  Bnrnajby  Lake���Foi    Healthy,
home-grown fruit tre.      b n a 145
HENRY'S   NURSERIES        PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, tree    plants, boo
supplies,   etc.     3010   Westminster
road,   Vancouver,   and   branch   nur-
sery at South Vancouver,
FOR SALE���GOOD 200-EGG IN.O-
bator, Petaluma. For particulars
address B. C, News Offlce.
THIS LICKS COCKFIGHT-NO.
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOTS
when you can  have 2  1-2 acres ot
land   1-2  acre  cleared  and  planted
with  fruit  trees on  the  main   fort.
Moody road, _ miles from Westminster postoffiee; perinan.n* water, for
$450, or
2S  ACRES FARM  LAND,  12 CULTI-
vated,  good  7-room  house ami  tiarn
on Fraser river, 800 fe**t df.-p water
frontage, wharf on property. 4 mil.-.
from Westminster; close to rallwaj
trackage,  stores,    p��st    offlce,  etc.,
for $1000 rash;  balance 3 years, or
$6..00, or
25  ACRES  PARTLY    CULTIVATED
(no hou.-ei 400 feet water frontage,
5 miles from Westminster, for $300.
cash.
lfiO ACRES AT WHONNOCK, GOOD
house and orchard with 70 he arm.
fruit trees, all sorts; barn and stable, 20 acres cultivated, 2 creeks,
running through property; no bet-
tar soil in British Columbia, near
school, stores, etc., within 3 miles
of boat landing and railway station.
Cook & Ross, opposite Market, New
Westminster;   phone  A4.9.
FOR SALE���10 acre-,, 4 nearly ready
for plow; 6-room house, stable, etc.,
a bargain, $2250 cash; or $2350 on
timf-. W. G- Tanner, Hammond, B, C.
ROOMS TO RENT.
��� _ |
TO RENT���Furnished room in private !
family;  breakfast if desired.    Apply i
Mrs.  Emett, 327 Third street,  n-ar
car line.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS.   ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
breeder. 1049 Eleventh Street, and
Sixth avenue. New Westminster. P.
O. Box 425. Pure-bred Cockerels for
sal-, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; e?gs Tor
hatching. Write your requirements.
EGGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns:  good layers;   $2  per sitting of 13.     Hans Voglsang, poultry
expert,  93b  Keefer  street,   Vancou
v*r. B. C,
FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
J.  I.   MERRY'4  CO..  PHONE  AW1
Corner  of   Blackle   and   Carnarvon
streets.      Have opened  a feed and
viking BtaMe for horses     Horses
for  sale.      Reference   furnished
FISH   AND   GAME.
PAPER   HANGING   A.   DECORATING.
!.   HUDSON.   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Moiikllngs, Burlaps, .md Sanlta.;
hous,.. painting, ka.- Dining, paper
hanging and decorating sixtu
street,   New   Westminster.
REAL   ESTATE.
M \l.'        '    '   VI ll _RD .v  Cl I    LTD ,
..   J   I' . M.iiia.-  i   Ri
i ���'..
I'.M R    FINE    RE5SIDENT1 vv
. i)
SNAP    IN     SAPPERTON
Brui
itl
rwo   .   ��� ��� ���'���    t  End
I
EIGHTY   .CRl
8IXT.    VCRES   IMPROVED    I
��� . .    ..
I  ���
-: I   i    ���
ration
oni b hon ���    rlct
marki ���  prii ���     $1600 i i b  i
dl.. j-   ball        ���
ll .    \. Rl B    IMPROVED   FARM   in
Lang ��� ���>���   hou ���      ira   oatl
on      d      ���   i. ������
balance   easy   .  -.iriiiK;    rich,   black
.���   im   Boll.        'I bil    l-    B    Vi   ,
$lo  per  a<-re  an |    bOttld   '������
l!tak> r f"r BOme    ':���   'it    'ir  t  ���       ���
'     first   s-rv- :
WHITE, 0HILE8 a
Real  Estate and lasersnoe Agent
City,   farm   and   lunurban   property.
2f,0 Ootumhia it ree
WOODWORKING.
WOO    AOI
Out
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V      I  . .    a. ,       ���' ���
FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
.i    ��. F     \MH I  LODUI    -. ���
... ung o ������   -
....
���
j
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
0OOK8LEY. PICTURE POST
ca:_�� are on siio' at M. Morey'*
Stationery Stor.-. J G (;am<ina"ci
gar divan, F Mackeniie's drug ator,-
and ' The'Fair. '  Columbia street.
PRINTERS.
i 	
[WKSTMINSTKR PRES8 FOR BVEK.
j k-nd of jo:, printing; :e-r work.
reasonable prices; E*hooe 56, P 0
box   ll.       Old  Dolly   News   Moefc,
1      Sixth  -Tret.
PROFESSIONAL.
BENSON & A YUM,. FLSH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetable., etc. Begbie it.,
.    p   Windsor  Hotel
FURNITURE.
W. K PALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets
Phone 176, night call Sl.
GROCERY.
TO RENT���Furnished rooms, corner
Seventh street and Agnes, near
Carnegie Library.
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 li.ht. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9. second floor.
TO RENT���One large furnished bedroom, also one small one. Terms
reasonable. Apply 287 Victoria
street.
FOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
ceries. phone 386.     The Pare Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811,
    HOME   MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.
opp. Queen's Avenue Churcn.���
Home-made sattsages and roll-, bead
cheese,   etc.
WADE, WHEALLER _ McQUARRIE
(F. <'   Wade. K.  C    A   Wh.a.l-r.  W.
i     0     M'-Quarri-i.      Solicitor!     Barrl-
ters, etc., ij Lores street, opposite
on urthouee. New Westminster
i Phone 148), and the Vaaooavet of
flee Is at No. .". Royal Hank Chambers,  108 Hastings Btreet w.--t.
GEORGE K. MARTIN BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKensle Sis. New
Westminster, R C.
W. MYERS CRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public Curl I
block, clarkson street, opposite lbs
court Hous.-. p. o. Hox ltd. Telephone 64.
i
RESTAURANTS.
HALE BROS  * CO   LTD   REAL U*
tate snd  Inauranv-   Phon..  335   LM
Columbia -tr..!, P   u   drawer 10.
ABBOTT A- HYDE    V  H  C  ABfctO. '
Manager)     Real ratals   Insurance,
.ns, BOtarii ��� .-   i
.   J 00 ���;:..'   l Street    P. 0   Box 24.'.
Phone ::.V
SETTLERS   ASSOCIATION OF B   I
-P. li   iiriinn   manager, p   O. Box
:.:..".   phone      i
S-ROOM   ii<>'v*y:   i.n   __SlllI'll   m
Bled Ic Hghl      i     ������    Easy terms
l  ACRE  IN  BURNABY  CLOSE  TO
car line; 18 minutes '.-      ��� I     $��� "
- 'i.i '.in: \  i
I    B. H    it.d
and
.'. ��� I ���      ���
\.-
(tow    Degn
Wed
,
. .     Invited      '���    ri      v
;." �� .  II   Hlm-.y. xry	
A   ii    I     W      FRASER  LODOl
M. ��� tings tbe hr��ta nd tkli
month    Visiting bretk
rea   cordial!.    Invited   to   att-nd
���    ������        L O. U. W   hall, (MM
..   Clarkao     I ��� ���
COURT BRUNETTE, NO   WW   i<> t
���Meets tke four-h    Friday    in    tii-
���    i.'ii  �����    I o'clock   Ln
ball  Od !'������ lows' block
FRATERN M. ORDER OF EAOU .
A.rie No ;o -M-M--H ever. Tweerts.
evening st I    pm   tn   lb* Hsgk -
hai! ���.,  .ir.-.--      A   Clark. W
Pre*.; H   IckeOstd. K^-r*tarr
THK  ROYAL TEMPLARS OF   11�����
prr-i:;.-,.   ni.   .   tVeSy   H ��-.1rir��d��y   ��<
Ig  'i ! '.'��� il..��r��'  hail. Columbia
���tr.- ���
BON ��� OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A_-
i�� ��� . at. .;i    Ixird   of   tli.    ISBSS    Camp
i'..i    M��eta sa ike Irel    sad tfclid
T..-1..  ,.f ,-\,r>  mrwith In K   el 9
hail.     Chtef   w   Sauwrlaad
M' ADAM A-  IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST..
op;,. Iti Po ���������_*.���������      BO)  g7t;
phon     v- a vit.. and  Innur-
ance. Dooej  i    loan      Call and SOS
our Usi  of dl        ���    .v.an  and  lam
propei       ���' ���      pan baaing    elsewhere
WK  \KK OFFERING   .  HOU8E AND
lot,  corm i    ti b   ivoane  a.n<i
Twelfth  ."���������   for Ji'-oo     Mom
house ���'������  ��� lin i $*U8     Oni
new     itofi   Foam ��� i
I Terms
L 0   0   f     R<>Y W.    Cl iv    LDUOE
NO M.sti    in    11 MfollOWS     hail
,;ii'. a  ���!���>��.,  etrr>   V-ldar  r" '
Inn   ai   ��� loci .:
will be mad*- weteoflM  0   I. UUtey,
N   0.; C   ��� 4 Wkoi���   P Q   *���
inx seeretar.
OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIHTIEH
Inci v v.   y   a
f    .v \   \   M    King Solomon  i/��i*'\
NO    17,   \    F   and   A    M       I.   <i   I.
NO     I V.i    I.   i)   I.    s..   i.��a,  Court
Bappertoa   No   IM8  !  <���  t    C ''
F     Court      WsetlUlBSlBI       N"
Hroth. ri...- \  ni <>��:-   Nest Ni    II
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WK   BUT   SND BELL   FURNITURE
.iin!   aii   kind- of   new   and   BBOOOd
hand  g""'K A  BpSClt,  near  Tram
ame*
i-' I -RD     i IF      lit VDK     .NKVS    to 10*1
in In ster R- a.-' . ( irai. msola n Ike
board room city Hall, a* (oUoera
Third Thuixl.iy of ��-.��.h m'rr.th,
qiiart^rl) tti'-��-'lnK nn th- third
Tbaradaj ol Febroary m.i> .\us-.i��'
and NoVWOlber, at _ p in Annual
Ingl   on   tho  third   Thursday  Ol
Febroary Nan metnb-i .'s. may t-
proposed and elect ad at an. m<-ntn
iy <>r   qoartariy    matins     q   ��
Stuar' Wads   secretary
JEWELRY,
SELLING out oi'R ENTIRE STOCK
of high-erade watches and Jewelry
by auction. Sales each day, .'. ;u
and 7: HO p.m.      Horac,.- Dorer.
; KENNY'S RE8TAURANT    .    CAFE
Tickets   .'l   meals  for  $.       Home
cooking. All white cooks; i . Orlen
tai labor employed     Open day and
night      Opposite  tram Offli I
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs   \r< tvr, propria-
tress),     Four courses, consisting of
mp,   flsh.   boiled   --ritn-����   or   roas\
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
STENOGRAPHY    A     TYPEWRITING
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER li. C. LAND Bl It
Ireyor. Ellard block, New West
minster, ]!   c.
FREEH _N     HUNTING.
Ouli bon block     P, o.
uie i\i
Box 694.
1 I
CUSIOM      STENOORAPHY      AND
T>|.      ting;  copy    work,     islm
��� V
lumbla ��� tret
Pi   V
i" ��� ��� .
offlce, C<
62,
TAILORS.
GAI.VIN. LADIES' AND MKNS TM
lorltiK- A hew line of nprlng suit-
.::.- Jusi in. Button making, pr. si
v ��� and repairing ii Sixth street,
; b me B 150
t.L^    /.
���
��� .
"
��� uiy   person
���
..f Rl -.
:.���������
-Ill  a��>~ I      ���    ���  ������, i
, be held
I city on Wadaaada.
Kay next   > I tht N
' n��v>n
Any   pei sou ��ff<
1 anam-a* tke BesosBSBaal uivim <i����l
��� writing 11 ba Bloi with i      ���. *
at   !�����*-���   ��frp_   diy.   belei.  thf
! al'ttnr tt ���' I -*_'-
m   . ��� ��� , ������.
Oky CM|
nt-r mn ipHi i ���
TENDERS WASTED.
;. ��� j..__ wU| _�� .   .'   -<
d<-r��i,.t.-l   -.     t��j  M ��� ��� laj      v Hi]
���    :.�����   Iks   I     . '-���
Kiaii.1   ���'.,'��������-��� '  \
followlns Blase        :
���
��� ���.  ai_o tor ; , ��� -
aald  BtSeS     wth     4     is ti    jascU>
t>end��.  pl��i*r���>   ��� ���*]
to ba kI>. n  ; ��� ��
lions si
:...!. :l��. ���������!   .        .        ���   ������ , ��� -<i
tke    K!r��t      .::������'���:        - *     ��� \
ptana of   wkiek *'- -\
.It |      ��ru;!:..-. r'l t    ��������
plainly   BMrited   le -^ *|
������ach     I-- !������-             -i ' ue   I
.   :   l  foe cruel   ! . - ��� 1
aeod.     raadh - <* *|
Paetk-Bd usaaoi
S;.-clfli-atlons nt tbe torn     I    *1
M be eeea i   ���'      '
offl, e
The lowi-m . - ��   i li ��� ' ' i     SiSS
May Day Sale
CHILDREN'S   AND   LADieS'
���artly iK-r*.ptH
W   .  DU!
iri
Cltr  IUII    April  14.  I'-O.
Mineral Waters
THEATRES.
I
S/BSTM1N8. I i:    OPERA      HOUSE,
i.ome sv , w  n Oarty, manager
���pei Ui attractions provided during
tbe ��� ..von tdvanos ticket office,
Ryaii'.-. Drug Store.
THK EDI80N THEA1 RK. CORNER
Columbia and i- Ightk. High ��� la i
inovlii- pli ture . illustrated songs;
Program 11. mged Monday, Wednes
day an I Frl.l
Hats and Mil-     AS_lWate
linery
THE   LATEST   STYLES  ALL  GOING
AT A  REDUCED FRICE.
Connor and McQuarrie
261 COLUMBIA STREET
OdO��OdO��OdOdOOdOdOdOdOdO��OOdOdO��OdOdOdOOdMO��OdOdO��Q
riVE ACRES
J. HENLEY
MEW   WlkfMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone  13. Office. Eifl ^
Westminster-1 Heme P��a"-
IT  PAYS  TO  A.V-RTISE
��� IN
THE       D A  I  L V
N E VV
I
Victoria liberals
Elect Officers
ON SIXTH STREET CAR LINE, ALL CULTIVATED AND PLANTED IN ASSORTED FRUITS.
GOOD HOUSE AND OUT BUILDINGS. THIS IS A
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY EITHER FOR SUBDIVIDING OR FOR A SUBURBAN HOME. PRICE $10,500.
REASONABLE TERMS.
"    .tinned from  i'age On ��� I
Dominion Trust Co.
T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
MONEY    TO    LO AN
0*C��0*OdO*0��OC*0��0*0*OdO*0  0*OdO*o*OdO*OOdOdO*0*0*_o_
GET YOUR SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windior  Hotel   Bloc'x,  . .  O.  Box  644,
New  Westminster.
Repairing of guns, umbrella
'i  light automatic  m
cry and bicycles B specialty.
Alex. Sped
tibia 8t,     "Man on the Wl
the association, moved to a_d to th*'
��� xecutlve an additional vice-president
and live more members of the commit.
'������'     James   Bel]   seconded   the  DM. ]
'ion   which was car-led.
The executive win hereafter consist
of an honorary president, president,!
t'Ao rice-presidents, Herniary, treasurer, twenty commlttii- nun, the la.f.
i-i candidates for the federal and
local bouses and the retiring president.
in order to ensure u more r-.j-uiar
attendance of members o. the execn-1
tive  it   ais  decided,  on   motion  of te'.
li Oregory, seconded by A   B, McNeill,
thai any member of '!'��' body who is
���' veir    from   three   lili-etiii'-_   may   be
i placed,
'I tie election of officers was the next
luslnesB before tbe masting, thi Bern.
��� ^ appointed   being  M<    ri   Url��
i-.-r,   Parker,   PullSD,   llariiiiui.  Cordon
:    D.ivi.w.
The   foUOWlSg    wen-   lie. led.
I     Honorary president���-Hon   Win T- in
ni" minister of   Inland revenue
Dltcli-
11        M''
Hnyl
(re-elsci
and mines (re-el-* ...i bj acclamatioa i
Presideni    r    \,    [ge-Ucking    (re
��� _SCt��  :    ' itloa    for   the   Ii rt I-i
yea    In on)
1'llT.t   , ll .   pri    ),.. |        yf4      j,
burn.
.Second    rice pr_el__ ut���A
Nelll
Third     \U-e-pre.-ideiif     c    to
nbaw.
Boaretar)   A ii Fraser, Jr
ed  by ini lamatlanI,
Trfgaurer   Jam... Peterson (n-ei.ct
��h! by acclamation i
BhUMUtive commii-,.,. TbOflUU 'o-l
g-r, Krmik HlgKUi,., Cn| K || (Jr.gorv
W. K. Hou.!.,,,. A!d number, A. Mc-
Nlven, P. W. Dert)|,���ier, .IT Mcllmovl
Alex. Hendry M.,v���r ,(.,|lr v, U,
I^alrd, A Altk:n. Jamaa IHI, T J W
Hick. James Tagg,    i,   u.    Oonyers,
Walter Walker, Kiiink Adams. John
Taylor, W. II   Langley,
Canada'.   Imports   and   Exports.
Ottawa, April _;i    Ths revised and
coinpi. ie statement o| Canada's trads
for tbe iiHcai > ;,r. v. i,,, h olosed on
March 31, sbowi   ii decrease of |6U,-!
_r,o,i)00  in  Imports,    the tutui  being
.lightly ov.-r $:.'.i-. i.ooo,   There was;
during tin- year :, ahrlnkaga of gn.r.oo.-1
000 In ti'e expori. ,,i domeatle  pro
il'ice FO. thi month Oi March, tak-
' n alone, Import .,. ,,,, ,���, l)V .,.:U|V
. i 000,000 and expoi iii allghtli' leas
than 1500,000. ���     '
TOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms.   Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
f.
ont Street.
NOTICE.
New Weatminstsr   District.
District of New Weitrrnnstsr.
Take   notice,   ihat   Harriet   Krfril,  of
Pitt Meadows,  li.  Oh occupation  mar
ried lady, Intends to apply for permV
slot! 10    purchase    the    following de
scribed land"    cv, ���'��-"      J
plaatsd st ti ,!i:V:,"''""n"^,.,io-l
1010, thsnoi wasl  H <*����J ^J
���o���th 10 okslit- tksaos ssk        j
,        .,. ,���:��� 'lllll.'B ' '"* '
more or Usi W ,���������
thence noriherly  along |alnj
the   point   Of   CO. "CStBWt. I
In? MO acres m*��r���� or
HARWST FORD.
u, L> ooBDOK, ���*** fRlC*
y   APRIL   30,   1909.
THE  DAILY   _.EW8.
PAGE THRKR
Qood  Bread  is Essential to
Good Health.
��� ���
���
let hi   . .
���
v..   ���
and   I  ���
Robi
in
Hood
Flour
________________________________
��� ROBIN HOOD FLOLl.
:���'.������ ��� I ber I
-,  HOOD HOUR  ' r. ad, bet I H^H
HOOD FLOUR  Is sold
,,.,-.. ������      '���     ���
.    i
.   i    I
. v roa
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Beef. Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD    B Y ;
Company
Columbia
[(LIMITED)
N��Pw|Westminsl:cr
PHONE 101.
N* Spring Goods for Spring Cleaning
kfa and Gentlemen
'"���"������'���Jl   llBS   of   material      for
.. i ��_d suiting! bas
u.
Mt
^msr-nt..
*''V��Ul_l,l
Bart*-t fit sa4 kooj
*ING
YUEN
K*��"9 On  wo g. Co.  Block,
Calami.,,
A lili.i-eii*' Csrpel 9��i" i'n
,. ��� gresi K*P '������ "'- h<���^
Vila in Spring dean*! "����'���
w��� also h��H J*."'***4' Bw*
lac.     l-.ot!   v"'"-r     ���**���'   **
ihe     lurnlturB.
briMhtenlnn    i     ������*'
Call in and l����l*�� our 8lOC"
TJ.TRAPP&C0.
"tie U
"���   ��^d   Mclnn��s   Sts.
p. o. i��oi ins
Su
tamer Goods
'���Uttly
Ju&1   ARRIVED.
' n   ��� 'ui you  want f,,r
��������'" "v     pertati nt gunr-
hEE CHUNG
H,*����hant Tailor
����� 6.4.
��.oilto Wi���
New Weitmlniter
Isor Hot. I.
Ea.terfcrook Milling Company,
_._uirn..   D. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR!
N^-'-i-a'-'SS'T.1*
Hung.rl.n Jewel... 16.50   _       _
Terminal fWW
.OP       VI 0OT AND FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuarrie & to.���
FRONT STREET
New Weitmlmtsr.
Telephone SSS.
IHIUliO MIVATUK
U.STKOYED BY FIRE
One   Fireman   Meett   Death   in  $1,250,-
000   Bla_��   in   Windy  City���Sev
eral   Injured.
i iv    Uri ...nn   i-
Bg an I  -'���������
U .-    tl.'
:      ...-,������
. ,     i ��� n ral  rai.
. I ������ |o     .-   ���   '���
rhe fl .  -vi
the   in.
I-   started  In   the
.:..'���
at   um--
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..   .
.   |      .      Uld}ng     Al
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'   i'  ������     I    ���
I  '
ad.    1
...
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BOWLING
TL-
-       .
j ver-
Barley Bread
We   have  said   it  ig easily  digested���others  confirm  this:
-:tnan K-r   Milling   Co.,
Ltd
Sin*.���I havi    ��� ��� ��� daily
iisin.  .... ���       it sis
���
��� ��� oua to  tl   -      sad    ���
a.'ill,.
���   I ��� :   I - ���
.   ole whi ���   ���
dis:- .    '       .     i.ut
ling
it    and I arn    enjoying    bei
nee.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       I   mos-   heartily   welcome
Ier it of greai  ralue.
Voi GEORGE W. HARE,
Magistrate.
By   g.r Tinating   the   barley,   we have cnanged ten per cent. -.' the
starch to grape sugar���that is why   this   bread   is  easily  digested.
���
���
In trial sacs.  10 lbs. each.
Barley Flour.
oread,  scones,  muffins
J   e/ery  sac  WE  GUARANTEE   THISFLOUR.    ASK  YOUR GROCER.  ���
��� THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY    f
��� ���
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Thirty
New Rag Mat Patterns
AT
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162
133 -il.
14.    .   ��� .1
.   .     140 ISI
Ryall's Drug Store f
PHONE 57.
Total	
Maj     tj for Wi
Plumbing
Plumbing:
Court-Martial and
Plumbing
Probably Death!
LAWN   MOWERS
LAWN   MOWERS.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
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lag ...      ,   tllg-Jy aj      ���
,;.> di- lomati liere.
Harem   Enjoyed Tnp.
Vl.noa, April  89.- Tl.,. \ ���>   t'n/4
tod .jTH^- '.
ooun* ..; the t I v   ���_���
i dal  Han
In   Constantino- e   to   Mi  nee
at Is     - -���       Salon
a apt cisl u
Sultan ii      . -. nd with
���  - the deposed
...    ...    ������. ������-.   - v- .a, ,-������- an ;
Bt endantt to ihe train.     As the for-
in. r '������... 1 ol the Turkiah nai ��� a  -
ped from ....    .-..   he laced rows ot
| v    Iters who       red neither hand nor
la greeting      The ' little old nick
man   was thn idi i ta b grey civilian
���ilni hi. ���'!'..>    ouch of color *mi
.   ������ i      He raised his head in salute
which  ��.i-    retained  b_   the olBcera
;.r.v nv     Ahdal waa accompanied   .
hla son Abdul Kadr. seventeen years
old. and another bod ten years ol Bge.
Th��. dethrone! niouarc!: as-i-t-d his
jaleven wive* into a car.     They Were
bmsUj ytrang women ami wore transparent Ibasds and op.-i_ mantles.    As
:he> stepped aboard th.. train elegant
Parisian shoes and silk stocking, wer,.
Ilrialble
The wonivn of  the harem appeared
||to  enjoy   th. ir   first   trip  outside   '-ts
walls from the chatter and agitation
, tiny   _ honed        When   the   signal   to
l;a:i   was  given,   the   women   utterea
Utile cues of alarm
No  stops  were    made en   rom,. to
I SaV-nlca.
1 Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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Will Try to Play Ball at
North Vancouver on Sundays
Vancouver, April 29.���Whether
Sunday baseball is utegai in North
Vancouver Is a question which Man-
air*!- Dickson, of th? Beavers, would
.. ��� to know. So jJjq would Man-
It..Aland, of the A'.-rdeen team.
S . thousands ol inquisitive Litis
will he more than usually curious on
tl ... jK.int wti.-n ihey h.'Ur of th. pro-
;��.isal   to  *ila>   Sunday   ball   there.
The athletic grounds on Lons.:....���
avenue, iu the Ambitious City across
the inlet, is to be the sc--ne of the first
Sunday game of the Northwestern
league that has been played on Can*.
dian soil. Arrangements have been
practically completed for the champion Beavers and ih,> AtMideeo Blach
Cats to pl.o the seventh game of th.-ir
preeent series there v,n Sunday. This
is to be mainly in thf nature of a t<-st
game, and 11 there is no decid.d Kick
mad. all the Sunday honin pirn's of
the present season's schedule will be
played at North Vancouver.
Manager Dickson announced tins
morning that the athletic grounds in
North   Vancouver   had   btVn   sveureu.
CONTRACT  FOR   NEW
TRACKAGE
���FtNDER
FOR   HILL
Spokane. April 19.���A new development in th,. Hill and Milwaukee tigtu
'for territory is  the announcement ln
IS ARE ORDERED
FOR NEW YORK CARS
New York. April 29-���With a view-
to reducing the .umber of fatal accidents on street car lines the    public
today'!  Chronicle   that   the   Northern !service   commission   vesti-i-day   issued
^^^^ orders  thai .very  street  railway com
pany operating within the limits or
Greater New York must equip its surface cars with fend, rs or wheel
guards, and in some instances witn
both. Th.- safety devices must be approved by the comuiistuon, hut various   types  are  offered   for selection.
I'acitlc baa awarded the contract tor
170 mile- of a new branch I'ne to
Porter Bros., eon tractors of this city.
The line is to star-, at Mandan, N L).,
and extend southward down the Missouri river toward terrltorj now occupied bj the Milwaukee. Work is
to start at once. The southern terminus of the lines is now given out
1 here, but it Is reported that a contract
for further extension may be expected
later.
MORE TE8TS NEEDED FOR
WASHINGTON'S WIRELESS
Washington.     April    19.��� No action
will be taken bj  the navy departmenl
|in awarding the contract or the wireless telegraph towvr at or near Wash-
'ington until the companj seeking the
loon tract has more tniiy demonstrated
it. abllltv to fulfil ^e requirements.
A series'of tests wil ink.- place at
the company's Btatlon at Brant Rock.
Secrecy   of   Postal   Cardi.
Berlin  April - ���    l" order to *!SC01'-
taln   whether    postcards    were  being
read bv the post  office officials a girl
living in Wolgasi sent one to a friend,
���telling h'i- thai   Oounl  Zsppedn was
; expected   to   Univ.-  there  in  his   mr
I   ship on Thurs.lua   vv       On  that  das,
1 ,���, fewer than 800 persons arrived at
Wolgast   from   the     s.immtiding   dis-
OAKLAND   IS  NOW
AFTER  SLOT MACHINES
Oakland, Ca!., April .9-���Uistnct
Attorney ivmahue today i. laying
plans for the enforcement of the recent ru.ini; of the grand Jury that all
slot machines paying in money or in
slugs that permit of a play back must
be eliminated. Another order of the
jurv. compelling the closing at midnight of aU sak-ons iu the county outside of Incorporated towns, was made
known to saloonkeepers today.
IXinahii.. today stated that tlie new
rulings would he enforced rightly.
Honor for Blnns.
Paris. April W.���The French government tiax swarded a ftrst-cluss lit'1
savers' medal 'o .lohn R- Binns tor
couragv displayed when the White
Star Steamei RepttbHe was cut down
by the steamer Kloritla off Nantucket
last January. Hums was the wiiel-'Ss
operator  on  hoard   the   Republic.
Lever .rothers, Toronto, will send you
and wiii _. pivpared tor the game, a
band engaged aud arrangem-nts mad,
with th.- terry company to transfer trig
teams The gam-, is scheduled u>
start at S:30, but as the transports
tion arrangements are not capable of
handling s very big crowd, tbe ia__-
who wi-ii to avotd the rush are aO-
\ist_ to :;iai-.e an early start for the
grounds. The band will play trom
1 o'clock until the start of the gam*.
Leaders Expect Arrest.
BelLingham, April 29.���After making
arrangements to play the Bellingnatn
base.all team in this city next Sunday. Manager Rowland, of the Aberdeen team, which is playing in Vancouver this week, unexpectedly cancel led the game last night. Manager
Rowland declared that hs had received
orders from the. president of tn_
league to test the Sunday law in Brit-
ish Colum iia which forbids Sunday
baseball. The Vancouver and Aberdeen teams will play in North Vancouver instead of in the city proper,
but both Manager Nordyke and Manager Rowland expect to he arrested
for violating the law.
NEW YORK TO HAVE
THE HIGHEST HOTEL
New York, April 29.���New York ii
to have the highest hotel In the world
if plans filed yesterday with the bureau of buildings are carried <Jut.
They call for a 31-story structure at
the southwest corner of Madison avenue and Forty-second Streei, a
stone's throw from the Grand t>niraj
station. . roni the curb to the root
the building will be 37t> feet tugn,
over-topping hy 10 stories any hotel
structure in the city. A local real
estate companv is behind the project
and will .spend $2,000,000 to complete
the building.
CALGARY EYE OPENER
MOVES TO TORONTO
Calgary, April 29���R. C. _Uwara��,
editor of the Calgary Kye-Opener, Mt
Calgary for Toronto at midnight last
night. He will reside iu Toronto In
future and wlll publish his paper is
that city.
Yosterday afternoon a number ot
Calgary newspapermen watted on Mr.
Kdwards and presented him with a
watch chain and locket. The locket
was inscribed, "To R. C. Kdwura-,
from Calgary  Scribes, April 98,  1909V
The presvniatlon was made hy W.
M. Davidson, who referred to Mr. K+-
wards Bl the oldest work'ng newspaperman  in Alberta.
triota to lasxn that there would be no "f^ i~ca__e ol their funous Plantoi
���ight. I toilet  -.up. ii   you mention tins  [xiptr.
Australia  Buys  Dirigible  Balloons
Ottawa,   April   29.���Th,-   Australian
[Government bas arranged to purcnam.
six  dirigible   balloons  and   six   ai*o-
piaiies fin- the purpose of experts 'm-
iug   in   aerial   navigation
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
FRIDA/     Ap
RIL  30,
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish.
In;.- Company, Limited, at their offlci -
The Ti.ii j  News Block, corner ol Mc
Kenzie and  Vlcl treeti.
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
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FRIDAY.   APRIL   30.   1909.
BALK  ANY   ENQUIRY.
��ork of the council however Columbia m..,. even greater "'mi it has expert-
Btreet ls undergoing improvements of enced    Ince the tl r. ���    The aspecl  of
no  mean   character.    Ths   two   large ,,,,.,.,..   wm  |n fact  be    so    entirely
new blocks that are In course of ��� ���:���������. ���      ��� ,i thai those to whom ll Is
tion, one between the City Hall and ,   .   familiar will scarcel.  be aide to
ti"  Bank of Montreal and tha othei . ,, ������
..ii the opposite ilde, will add mater- ��� 1 ���	
lally to the dlgnit. and Importance a 1   ���        n    11
the thoroughfare,   i- l_ thai _f_yFSl-irC tJUllS
ret another Imposing    lock a li go up po_  sAL(_      YQUNG ST0CK   D|fr
on the other Bide of the Bank of Mon FERENT   AGES:    also     female
"vi!   Bl   no   very  distant   ilat.       Thus CALVES.      ADDRESS,
wtibln the nexl  two years the Ko   , w. R   Austin,
City   WlH   undergo  a   mutative   devi   ��� Westminster Junction,  B. c.
FOR SALE,
A Brnsr lot on Sixth
st. ��� ct. between Sixth
,u Seventh avenues
foi  $650 cash.
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New WFSTMINSTf I,   8  C
FOR RENT
-���.'��� r al] thai we nave beard about
rirtui    of the noble bund of ln-
corrui '   .i al present admin
ihis  pi-ovine, aft.   we
n so often told by the Ton
.:,   of  this  city   aboul   t_eir  in. n
principles an i straightforwardness   II
might i    i to I      thai
.  Mi Bri le Govi i _m.nl is '
evil  of crookednes    and  Bhullie,
i.        ow thai ���
old hand        "   ��� kind oi thing,    I ne
.   C. B. v... . .  Ilshed
In ou     - lay,  makes n
quite cl. ai thai the Provlni Ial G
menl doi.-  nol Inten I to do anything
to facl itate an enquiry inl
a tending the ;
of the now   famou    I       :  '���
in  the Colonist    On  th.   i
has   i ortunity afl
bui h a proceeding   o preveni an    I ���
ther oonstli itional a, von.   Actii .
behalf .if the committee of the An-
:i Synod Mr. Cooper first �� ���
and then personally applied to the At
torney-Oeneral to institute an enquiry
under tlie "Public Enquiries Act" into the circumstanc - connected with
this telegram Bcandal, After b month b
delay he was advised that formal ap-
pllcatlon must be made to the Premier,
as head of the Government Tins was
done, and six weeks later Mr. Cooper
was informed that "The Government
does not consider that this fas.- lies
within the purview of the "Public inquiries   Act"
The reason for this splendid policy
of inaction is too ciearly evident to
need comment. The telegram served
its vile purpose, namely the unseating
of Hon. Mr. Templeman, and doubtless it is hoped by those who stand
in the position of accessor.es after tfle
fact, anyway, that the incident maybe forgotten. Hut the .smart Inflicted
upon all honest men by this niean and
contemptible trick wil] not soon bs
forgotten. liberals will at any rate
remember it. Nor will they be forgetful of the fact that the McBride
Government balked ail attempts to
clear up the circumstances of suspicion
and mystery connected with this atrocious scandal wh.-n the time comes
to record their votes in the Provincial
elections, which are likely to take
place in the not  very distant future.
PHONE     97    WHEN   YOU    WANT
GROCERIES
B, C. cn un, large , an I for 23c i
St. Chai                      rge c in. _ fni25c '
.].���: ., .         tl     V          an, 2 for  . . . .25c !
Milk                         tt), per I :i'i       ... 10c
Assort.           i, n        r ]     ���   .  ���   tot
3 for 50c
I HAVE PROPEHTV FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF '
THE   GREAT   i-UTURE.
Events are moving rapidly just now
so far as the Roya] City ig concerned
We are on  tbe eve  ol  a  period  oi |
change that will altogether alter thi
face and character    of   things.    The
Chilliwack and Eburne car lines will
contribute towards 1     tutun advance-
mem and developmem ol    tbi    city.
These and other locai lines nave their .
own peculiar Importance, lnasm ich a_
they tend  to make  the city a centn
rather   than   a  terminal   point.      As
t-viry business man .now. the handl- I
ing of commodities by way 0f an exchange means a far great *r turnover
than can be attained by a mere ter- j
minal receiving point    Therefore our
city  will  become in  the near tuture
a busy centre of coil.-ction and  dis- ,
tributton   for  an   expansive  area    ol
country;   a  railway  and   Shipping  terminal  for the gram of the  Prairies
and the coal and mi�� rale of the east- [
era  section  of  the   Province,   and   a
thriving seaport  with  conectlona    to ,'
Europe   the south and the far easi
These are what maj   be calh d thi
outward influence! toward the-progrei
and expansion ol  New  Westminster ;
We may pow oonsiuer what li being I
done within the city Itself,   Thi  most
Important movement has   been   the j
passing  of the  Columbia    Btreet lm j
provi ment by-law of thi   the council.
By virtue ot thli the authorities are
now In a position  io  undertake the
much  needed   work  of  improving  the i
main   thoroughfare   of   our   city.     We
hope and b.iive it Is intended to do
this thoroughly so as u, make the
streel at once a pleasure and convenience to tin citizens, and an attraction
and dejlgh)  to visitors.     Beyond Uw
"GET THE HABIT"
$8.40
Today buys :i 98-PIECE "MYl_A.
SA" DECORATED DINNER SERVICE.
The Fair
240Colui.l)i(i;..r.i.|.
V. ��� buy for cash and sell for the same
BUTTER.   EGGS,   and   NO.   1.   POTA
TOES AT  LOWEST  PRIC-S.
Adams&Deans
The Model Bakery
CCR   FOURTH  AVE. _. SECOND ST
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H.  C    MARK   A   SONS.
"Phone   '���
May Day Bargains
IN
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.:>0.
Horace   Dorer
A DIAMOND RING GIVEN AWAY FR EE   AT   EVERY   SALE      SATURDAY
NIGHT TEN   PRESENTS GIVEN  AWAY      EVERYBODY  COME.
Boys' Soft Front Shirts
12 to li size, prices COc to 90c,
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PHILLIPS
THK WARDROBE CLOTltlER
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Children's Shoes
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ASK  FOR
INSTRUCTOR"
SHOES
We make Children's Shoes a leading feature of our business, and we are better
equipped for shoeing children correctly than any other
shoe store in the country. In Girls' and Misses' Shoes
we have all the new style leathers in Patent Kid, Colt,
Calf and Vici. Tans if you prefer. For Little Men we
carry all   the ''Ma'-inish'' styles   in all good   leathers.
SEE  OUR  NEW  LINLs
OF CHILDREN'S
"NATURE-
SHAPED"
SHOES
iTan .md  I!      1
Children's
Shoes
Black   low     shoes,   all     tiies.
75c to $1.35.
Chocolate   Ties   and   low   cut
shoes, 90c  to  $1-50 pair.
Patent     leather     slippers   for
children, 75c to $1.50
Misses'
Shoes
Misses'   black     blucher   cut   oxfords, $1.50 to  $2,00
Mr,'.e_' chocolate   kid  oxfords.
$1.75  pllr.
Mines'    white     shoes,    $1.25
pair.
The Store for May Day Shoes.
Johnston's Big Shoe House
SIGN OF THE BIG E
C BOOT
(LIMITED i
NEW WESTMINSTER, B   C.
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Hg�����as&���:sassse^M y   APRIL   iO.   1909.
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SOLE AGENTS
FOR R��YAL
W.HCESTER
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PAGE KIV1_.
T. H. Smith
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SOME .SPECIALS
IN
Linen
Ve v.     ; earnestly call your attention to'the under-
ed lines.     There are   bargains   in  Table
froths and Napkins today that only occur at verv
Ire periods.    Some of the items are practieally
Half I Vice.
Half Bleached
Table Linen for
30c Per Yard
.a ..      ail   pure   l'f��en,  mn
':���!   ....   -.  vjned designs.       W*.
' "' r<"   yard.
'.  IALI  FOR 30c.
Pure Bleach
Damask at
45c Per Yard
real      nice   ar��._n,
no      Ming   or   dr��s�� ng.
il   makes   a   most   lervice
'  wears well.
. _   AT  45c  YARD
Hemmed
Breakfast Cloths
at $1.25 Each
Ml   flood   snap.      Cinth
,   . ' '.     long   by   66     Inchel
- . e��r y   twn   yards     square.
lr,'V I   ready   for MS   and
.��� '���'���ry   durable   damask,
'""'is   are     varied   and
'   tl   bleach.
0N Sau:  FOR  $1.25   EACH.
W./5 Hemmed
���Wit Table
Cl��ths for $2.25
����tin
h. _y��rdi i,
fin
'ihicl
v 2 1 2 yartli.
m,Bnifici.n. V    ",c,"��,''����d    damaik
�������� th. f*"l   ' '"  ��ffset with
<""��� sides
"ECULAH
Heavy
mask;
border
��3.75   FOR   $225.
$5.00 Table Sets
for $3.75
It hardly seem. _re<_<Ele that we
can Mil a Table Set for so low a
figure but it is i-ue nevertheless. Set
consuls of one Hm satm finis, ed table
cloth, 3 yards long, with 12 napkins
to match. It is a marvel at the price.
tne material In thn line s thoroughly
cn-e-dabie a~_ we guarantee it to
give satisfaction.
REGULAR HJDO FOR J3 75 THE  SET
Final Clearance
of Our Best
Table Cloths
We havs 29 table cloths of the high.
.���st grade Irish DOUBLE DAMASK
ncn e.tra super quality and pure
grass bleach. These clotht sei' regu
lar y for $7.50 and $8 00 Bach. They
are very slightly soi.e-d and as a con-
���equence cannot be sold at full value.
To e^rct a speedy clearance and to
concentrate local interest Ifl cur store
we will sol these cloths for $4 00
each���actually at half pa-ice. This is
your opportunity���profit by it. Cloths
nre 2 12. 3 and 3 1-2 yardl long.
ON    SALE   AT   $4.00   EACH.
A Clearance of
Table Napkins
3  dozen   left  unhemmed.   sue  20x20.
REGULAR $1-00 FOR  65c  DOZEN
In   11     different     designs.     5 3  sire,
.i-'rnd.d   wearing  qu.l'ty.
Regular $1-75.
ON   SALE   AT  $1.25   DOZEN.
$5.00 Table
Napkins for
$3.50 Per Dozen
About 20 dozen In broken llnei, molt
of them in halfdozens. The regular
price* were $5.00 and $5.50, but as we
want to g<*t 'id of them, we will clear
tht line out at $3.50 per dozen.
T. H. SMITH
^quarters for Women's Ready -to-Wear
City News
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tow   Up   the   sau     _   rHE   NEW   GOODS  ARRIVING  DAILY AT THE _<G FURN   ITURE STORE.
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Frasei   Mi...  to.-  wil defy competition,     only    irstcla..   .rv.ii.-    .'N    stock.
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Rol in H ��� ,, , i;, ire_| the call at
! to�� II ..
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iw i   Joe  with
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work,      telephone)
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br- a.l . much  enjoyed  at your
fri- n! ��� -..   wa?   rn ll..   Robin
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peel   i ow   with   a
wort     imping  goii   tor      -  C   f   K
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for the B. C   E   R  extan-
Ision.
A -; ial meeting will be held in
the LO 0 . 1.-11 or. . icsday M ij
4, at - Spirit mi
cl ���-.. of tl       ve'ing.      A.I welcoi      ���
I .- ent ol tii-  remaini
' late    Mi rii- a
in. ban T  Henry, ol ChiW�� . -
j. from tbe .-:���-.
Vi- ��� . .  .  :.-r  a lopti .i  ta
Sap_>enon.  to  the Oddfeltaspi'   oeme.
tery-
Just   arrived,   a   carload of     Ko:v.n
I   lii��..i Fl ��� lr       Full   | u   :  :.. at ol - - I
. !_. 4:-, .*. now in .toe. Hale  Bros
& O. Ua.
fjn ......;..-
itated ��� in ne-
��� on for the ]
i.n from th.  ii C  Manufacturing Oom
; .'. ���       \i ' ling definit.- srili    ������   oni
til.   the  meeti! . Ill��� ��� U r_  on
Monday
W.  E.   FALES
House Furnisher and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
HOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
Suits for May Day
Our little men's c'othe. tr s season may be appropriately termed
beaut-ful. We've many ne* conceits that will delight and please
mothers.
RUSSIAN SUITS, NOR-
FOLKS. BLOUSES. SAILOR
SUITS. ETC. IN MANY
NEW MODELS AND HANDSOME  FABRICS.
Wash
Suits
After all said and done, noth-
ing will so relieve a mother's
mind of clothing worry and
add to a boy's summer com
fort as a supply of Wash
Su'ts. We are showing many
new features in Waih Suits
this sea-,on. Long price
range,
.1, $1.4 $2.50
Children's Straws.
The Straw Hat requirements of the  little fellows are as well  looked
after here as thole of older heads.      We've many different styles.
PLAY  HATS. DRESS  HATS, VACATION   HATS.  ETC., 25c. 50c   TO
$1 50.
!
v     ��� ... ..,'.:.���-.���
an  ��� Bail)   di
.   ited 1     I      Reason
Oo     Bona   ��� n ol
entaj;,- (he Vancouver distrl
li  whether
-.   Lock  was .;  {Scotsman ���
in, be ha Iropped on
���  ���   mt ���:��� i !������      S i Wi   tmin.
Bti - mi:. ������'��� cted foi     e sec-
��� ��� .i Id ten ....... Reci
; ii I, on Bai urday,
_'���' v '.iL-t chance tor !.;irtr;un.. Only
todaj   and  tomorrow.    Auction   aales
.   ;       tonight, _u,i tomorrow  n^lit.    ESrerythlng in -nir store
ai  your own  price   Horace  I Hirer     ������
Kff.vtivc OO Monday the Groat Northern railway will Inaugurate a daily-
\ epi Sunda. tr.u:: - nfloe between
N.w Westmin v an.l Port Guichon.
running rla CtoyerdaJe The time-
��� ��iii be as Coi lows: Leaving
Port Qulchon at 7 a m., the tr.Un win
mu through to Vancouver, malting
connections In 'his cit.. The even-
:ng train w'ill be timed I - '������ BCh i'ort ��� Phone 335.
i; ... bos at ti i>.ta.
.1   B   On :���   reet ntly  with McMillan.
the Vanoouver diamond Bpectallat, has
purchased  the  balance of the  stock
and .i.v.irv-. of Horace Dorer*a Jesrelry j
., ,. .        i   will   take   possession oni
Monda:    although the store wil] not I
be ..,���    ,i umii Thursday, the inter-.
renlng laya i'elni: occupied In opening
up nee itook which is now on Ita way. i
Mr   Grey, who waa formerly  with  W. .
V   ci    Qberlln, of thla clt\. is an i?x-1
pert  English and Sw.-. watch repair- j
er. an.: will make .i ipeclalty of this \
work.
The    .-sl.l. ills    md   land   owners   Of I
���he Edmonds road district  have pet_ I
ti.nie.i  the    Burnaby    corporatWn  to
, i ��� ., peeilng to discuss the water
11scheme rscently brought before the
I council      The    oorporation    has ai-
r.adv  approached the  B   C  Electric i
Rallwa. Company, with the ohject ot i
oomilng to a mutual agrectnant for the '
us., of the company's trail ai the now- J
,.r house,  where an iinl'-mi'.. .  supply   ,
0l water can be obtalniHl       A tew ot ji
the  residents object  io the propoaed J
_ iter s.-heme on the ground that they   (
hare been to the expense ol sinking j
well, and that they have - .ttlctent J
water for their own use, but In only h
a few cases have they dug s illiciently <
deep tv< reach a spring, and the ro.uit L
u ilia: the surface waic. which tills i
their w.lls is liable to : ����a ooa. J
tamlnat.'ii during the drj leason .
I REID & COI
I PROPER CLOTHES FOR MEN. I
! ROBIN HOOD FLOUR!
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED.
e     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. 0. Drawer 100.
RINGING OF ALARM CLOCK
SAVES FAMILY FROM DEATH
!<��**).
i-___*__;i
Kalama, April M.���The house of Ted
i ihnaon caught Ore Abo' o'clock
morning. Johnson a '��� hie wire
nearly ifljotherod. \n a arm cl v..
Bet to i'n off in _ o'clock was what
Bnall-i aWoke Mr. John ion rhis is
the i'nst tire In Kalama
months
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 nsk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me'quote'you'figures.
ALFRED   W.    McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 6Z
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THE   DAILY   v ' W8.
FR,D*Y    APRIL  jo,
190J.
APPLELAND
IMMENSE Officii       I
IN GREAT BRITAIN
WE ARB UBIItc ..UKE CmMmW
A* mu... Q,
Seventy-Eight Million Dollars Difference Between
Revenue and Expenditure.
lOWflfl S ^?5'?'��.
MAN   BLEEDS  TO   DEATH
WHEN   TOOTH   IS   PULLED
CROQUET     SETS.    $2.00      IO   |
J10.O0,  AT ���
Morey's.
LACROSSE    STICKS.    35c    TO
$4.00.   AT
Morey's.
BASEBALLS.     10c     TO     $1.50.
AT
MOREY'S
tit".:.  Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preiton
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
Hoquaim.  April  19.��� \ Uage,
. ised   |.\   the   i'ii!!;: i. a  di   ���' - ���
tooth caused the deat] ���:   .dam Smith,
..  laborer, age I  ->i.    Bmith bad    the
iodth   ; aiied    :-   iterda..    When    ��� i
:... ted, the btoo I  bi gan to Boa   I
ly.   An effort to Btauncii ll     ...vl ft-'
tile     Smith   ��us  hurried   to  i bi
pita) .md il:.- ���    hi ���  mm ning
MONEY SAVED  IS
MONEY EARNED
A savings aooount in I ;- aaJi li
la s.ue investment.    It  payi  yon com
poun.i Interest and is read. .���_>_ any
[time you want  it.    Church  -<*:'��� -
fraternal organisations,  dubs,    trade,
unions and business sssoclatloas will
I find  it convenient to    have    Burptui
funds in a savings account, sahfeet
to the control of two or more oflJe.-r-
It's  a   pood   id'-.i���try   it
Tbe Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER  ^50.000,000
New  Westminster,   B.   C.   Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
Vpril    29     Dsvtd    '
. i the revenue ai
eai       I    ���
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...l.t    .11    ���     .> J-    . .'
ol   IVI..-.10,       i...
ed li      ���  hou
���   ited
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for ;  ���   ' i v
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QOD
s. ai   ���               . .���    Mori ban  I.
������,���.-..... ast > innot
points tms sun.;.. to an time In I
.'s.in..ii.- made ... ntHr'ata ol ..������ ran   .
OUI  i in I roads.                                                                        iwed ���    ��� ���
< ine mi                                             I      ....
..... i .... .
tion and   t&e                       ie* ol the jln preriou
northwest  In general,    will  pan                            m of twx
'.,   Ureal  Noi thi rn, N Pa - ��� , ���
Cowan's Cream \\%
IBS DISTINCT FROM ALLOT]       t ���,
i". hitv ani, nxsnssa 01 Fl
irs
The COWAIN  CO., i,(
TORONTO
#e��eeeeee..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee������4#��...4^
: Electric Railway Service
! MA Y   I) A Y   BA UJ
KUADS EXPtCT TU BRIM
2,51)11,01)0 IU THE 1.0..I
SPECIAL       CARS       WILi
QUEEN'S   PARK    FOR   VANI
AT     1     AM.     STOPPING     AT     ALL
SUBURBAN   STATIONS   I N
A.-Y. P
Fair  Wi l   Be   Mecca   uf   East
erners���Tramportation  Otfic Bla
Ma��t   Big   Preparation..
Augmented service this
oo
:   British Columbia Clectric Ry. Co.,Li
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
District of Surrey.
Take notice, that Henry T. mint
intends to apply for permission to
lease the following described land;
Comm-i-.-ing at a post j.lanted where
the southerly boundary of lot W5,
group two (2), New Westminster district intersects the quarter section
line, prolonged, running north and
south through section two i-i. township one (1); thence south 160 rods,
thence <-ast 160 rods; thence north to
a point ^00 feet aouth of the before
mentioned southerly boundary of lot
5.5. group two (2); thence easterly
parallel to the Bald southerly boundary of lot .05, group two 12), to a
point 02 rods north of the 4!'th parallel of north latitude; thence west to
low water mark and 62 roils distant
from the said 49th parallel of north
latitude; thence south 62 rods; thence
east to the point where the southerly
boundary of lot 505, group two It)
Intersects the before mentioned 4'.uii
parallel of north latitude; then follow-
ln|i the said southerly boundary of lot
505, group two (2), to the point of
commencement, containing by estims-
tlon two nundrt-d and forty acres
more or less.
Dated at White Uock. B. c, thi.
22nd  day of  February, l.09.
HENRY T,  THHIKT
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re subdivision 11 of Lot 7'J, Group
1, New Westminster District; Lota 1.
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K.
V., being part of Lot ., Suburban
Block IV.. New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the loss of certlh
cate of title number 16027A, issued in
Hie nan. _ of Charles Frederic Sprott
Francis Kaia Schou, Lucy Christine
Schou, ha. been filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at tlie expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
of. In a dally newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, Issue B
duplicate ol the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
LftOd    Registry    Office,    New    West;
minster, B. Cn March 22, 1909.
Re the north portion 17 by 5 chains
(�� 1-2 acres) of subdivision 12 and
the north portion 10 hv .-hams (5
acres), of subdivision 13 of Lot 7S,
Group 1, map 536, New Westminster coast thi
district.
Whereas [.roof of the loss of certificate of title number 2720F, issued In
the name., of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Gbristtne Sprott, Fr.ncis Kaia S'-bou,
ha. been tiled in ibis office.
Notice is hereby given that I ibatl,
at the expiration if one month from
the date of the first publication here.
of. in a daily oewapapetr published In
ih.. city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the -aid certificate, unless tn the meantime valid objection
be marie to me in writing.
C   B.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Title.
Lund Registry Office. \*.-w Westminster, B. C.i March 22, 1909.
s>>_  nnd  Chicago,    Mi i Lak i- a.   ���*���
Raul
ICai.toad   men.  who    ;-������  -,i'.e:i  Vis
matu r  their attention tnat.   mai
out ol the l.Oou.uui' ,. .- : IB wlti
pa s -rough St Pa i WOJD -- wui
travel over iiiv Northern Paclhc, an
equal number over tbi Oi ai Northern
and 100,000 will be divided between
the Soo .in l the Chicago, MBwauk.
_ St. Ba��L
The    Harriman    system   eati mat
thut  fully   1.mom.mi.   M.-rsons  wlll  vlsi*
the coast mid year, using th<. S<.uv
era I'acitlc. 1'nioii PaclBi  and the Ori
g_n  Short   Line.       While   the   tour;. I
travel  to California is .iiw.i>s hear,
ever.   .ear. the expoattioa is lenrlng
aa a drawing card and tmnV officii
of-the Harriman roads expect tne big
Mel trawl m the bletorj ol the v>r
<>us lines.
Toronto offices of the LViniulian I'i
clflc have ..-ni out word that full)
500,000 persons ��in Ttalt the Pacini
suium.-r ��ia the Canadian
ro.ul This estimate v sm.i to tx-
very    conse; I at 11 ��� Tbe    BXpoal
...  .
��� .
SUGAR TRUST TO
FOOT BIG ARREAHS
I
See  "io-^   \,      - ���    '       . ;��� ��� i- ���
,   ...       ��� .  ' .-_   .i .   ... ��� ��� ��� mi Ul   wit:    '   '
.  . .;.��� ii     .;��� Boii i:    ' on
all ,' ������   ng suits _*��ifi��t [
���  ��� omi .in.. Invo * iuk a-   ���;��� d I
.- * ��� ..v.ing of rn,. the Bro
d - ks
\ .-*.!.;.. ���    ������    j,  ��� ���. .��� :.��� reai   ��� .
...;., ��� '���    , _i  '       gOl     '������   ���    '
.4 sum aim 1 '.���- tBil   '��� ���' ���
ou   -.I;.-  i.i- .'��� ' ..     :mi    It   t*<-n
welched pn ierl. ... ��� ��� it   .irrtiai   i be
i .en;..in '.la. , ��� _i  ttii-
iCU   b)   Which   ���...-   Koterliaivn!   .i.
re ..! ���   '��� -    - -   ....    i       i.m i r*i Is
IOl V ' i       .:.  Involved   u
said  ta ��� v. ������ d fl
Unique  Party to be C'ven.
i. ; v ���������.:.   Weh-
��� '  Ht. .a
baa   ..;.   r.ell adrertised  In  the  l��  .,���..-,; -.a    iiaturday ai-
mini.��n   ol   (' UU I l   BJ) I  thl ���;..... . ...    -Al,
Pacific wlll . erne lo lor ���
the b nln< ia     Can id
at the fair has ilso   ....:.������ .   ��� .,,���������. r.-.n,.
mt. r. st    tbrougho it   Canad     In v..   }  .. .
next world - ��� -blbltli ��� ...        I  the  wl ooping   ��� ������ n
The foregoing Bgui ��� afflicted   *������������
what is termi I !���" il ti tfll        Bj  thai   ���   . ���
is meant  the travel to the ex   leitlon .    ,   | ,,,     ,.:..    through tn.
from polnl -    ri ai bed    a      ���,    ��������� ��� ���  ��� , , .���      ..... g .
four bonis ������;. rail    Full) JO per cent, of i
of tbe atl     v    ,   at ���      Ition  epidemli g the la
will   be    - al,  and   the
per (������ nt   will be handle
nental lin.'S
ning 20
; ���
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  Front  St..  Opposite  Market,   New,
Westminlter.     Phone 489.
and   1260  Granville   6',   Vancouver.
Will  BSli  on   Friday   the *{0th  April,
at   10  a.m.,  in   th.-   Mark'-i  place,   IH
fresh COWS, with calves at fool, to ar
rive hy car from Manitoba;  also sell local cows
In i    Imated a I    -
Public Market
Oi
Market
.  In  D  p
CI.,1    I).  E.   .  .a._.r,_,c
��� Friday*   7 S
Phone    138
r t_
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing]
Healthy Home-Grown FVuit Trees
for Bak at City Market bj
FRASER  VALLCY    NURSCRII S,   I KI
'avic.s W bur.
Keen's Stall
i ���
BEDDING    PLANTS
VEGETABLES.    HERBS
Di
Cut ftowt-��. *. Igetll �� .
and  B*ad nq I
Monk'.s   Stall
for
Fish   and   Came
Mrs. Runacres Stall
Sju��jb��i      He.
Home Mj le
Oeese   a-.1
���
S- f
���
ALBERTA
���'���il. i
chaser for
Four Killed  by  Exp'oiion.
I .. I .Hi ...   I'.i ,    .lull _.      1
beef is much .���     were killed  bj  an .xploeion In
better than ever  "'���   glycerine   packing booai    ol
Poua Powder  Compan.   si   Reynolds,
~" pa    near here,    '...la:.      i-'.eii  ���  bei
\;.rii '.".<    R   \   Begg, pur-jworkmen  vv.n-  injured       v     caqse
.he lintish Cotumhla Meat Uf the explosion   - sol taown
Company  of  Vancourer,  reporti 'bat
never in any spring in the bl ������ -   el su��i Pncet Advance.
Alberta was there io manv (,iime _<���<.���;    nttsbarg   .pill M    Following   the
tor export or for the domestic market [snnounoemeni    i u ������:...  ���..  -'...  Cars
The farmers, said Mr   b-kh. an ��<���' ,.-Ki,. s<--i com] ������.    i I  ... Increi  i   in
tin;. >._ir by year mor- Into the babli [prices of  ili.-ir  products, othei     leei
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
of feeding iheir coarse graina*instead Imanufacturer!
of shipping  it   and   during  ths  Blsci   pri
months of the winter are in tins way | ^
iicdini-    profltabli    imployiDent    for
themselves and tivir help, in addition
to f-'-ttiim    ,,  better    pric for theli
Krain.
Mr Begg is dimly ol 'le ..pinion
thai the future ��- tn.. mock industry
in All.erta depends on til-- winter Stall
feeding   anil   that   Hie     jirovlne,.   w.il
have  i  greater sad hatter reputation
In the (inure than In the peal
,i .     ilso   lm reaaing
MmpKtPBPE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STCAMSHPS
dvqu uai_.��_9��jrc_iv
i.
���--<
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturtrs and D.aun tn Att Ktnm" nl
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sath,   Doort,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glaas.
v< i wi.i find il to vour advaatafs
in arraafa your booltiag at ihis oHIob,
ln��   f..r  your frll mis
Sailing  From Quebec.
Empreu   of   Britain   . . , May  21
Empreat  of   Ireland June  4
For other dati ��� sad partleolata apply to
K. OOULBT,
0. P, it   Agent.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Weatmimter
*~~w
' **��� *-  --*������e��<>e*��i
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April im the nt��-amrr
Transfer wlll leave Hrackmnn-Ki-r
wharf every weekly afternoon, except Saturdiiy, at H p.m. for I-idner,
Wehtham Inland and way ports. Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
W'-stmln.ter Saturday evening.
RUNS TO 8TEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, leave, wesf&kni Island
every WSek day morning, except Friday, at 7a.m., ant] Ladner 7.41 am.
Friday leave. Westham [stand 6 �����'"���
and I.idn. r al 8: ir, a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving Ni b w. imlnstsr gi B a.m.
This tobedule subject to chaogs
witiiont notice.
For frek-in and passenger ratn ap
ply to
ROBERT .! .imiini.,
Hanagsr.
Tahl .< '.. thai an app-cutkin ha��
been r.iudr to raflatei the cori>or��tlon
��� ���( the Town.hi;, or IMltrlit ol Mil
��� loi., as the v.wii..- b Iia simple, un
der .i :__ ^al(. dei 4 from '.be c.;..
of ill-KM.:: Mutilcli al t>, t.i v.. ...r;.y
:,.:...n of il.. TOwn blp or DUtriot of
Mn. .on bearlag dat^ the 7th daj oi
October, A l>. HOI, of aii an; sinjcu
lar thai certain panel or tra-1 of ������".)
snd im.mlies situat., lylnn and   ben it
in the District of New WsaUnlasterj
In ih,. province of Drltlnh r.ilumt.i.i.
more partialis.) mown sad u*-
wrihed a�� I>o: j_. In Biofck 16 o! Lot
���il.. OrOUp  1      rltig jiart Of the norlh-
west Quarter ui Section it. Town blp
17;    SOUthwi-��st     qiia.li-i   ,'.   u<Ttl.f.int
quarter of soathwsai quarter of %++
tlon 2*. Town.blp 1". went hull of
went half of QOrthWSsI (Jliaiter uf Sec.
tlon   II,   Town .lip   17;   HiibdIM-ton   <>
of Routh h..if of southsasi quarter of
Section "i*. Townnhlp 17,
You uii.l tbON cliiliultig tlnouKh or
UDclcr vou and all pslSOaa tlaliuuK
any (ntereet lu the hiiUI land by virtue
of uuy nnreglatSrsd Initrutuent, and
all persons claiming any Intercut In
tbe Hutd land by descent, wl. e.- title I ���
not re|<iHt--red under the provision* of
the "Land Registry Act," ure required
to contest the claim of the uix pur-
chases within forty live days from the
date of thn flrnt publication of ttllr
notice upon you, ana In default of a
caveat or certificate of Us pendens
being filed within auch period, or In
default of redemption before regl'lrw-
tlon, you mui each of you will he for- ;
ever estop-nil nnd debarred from net-
tin.: up any claim to or In respect of i
the -��.'iid land, and l hIiuii rasUtsr the
corporation of the Township or Dl*
trie!  "f  MIh��Ioii nu owner thsreof In .
fee
And I lienby direct thnt publication
Of thla notice fo, thirty sdny. In n
daily   n.w paper    published    In   New
Wsstmlniter wm ���"' k,)(>i1   nnd Sli<��*
cl.iil   Hei vice   thereof.
Dated in ''"��� Land Rsglitrj. omcf. ;ment.
x,w Westminster, province of British j
Oolumbts, " ���
.
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To Rear]   V!   -
I.   II   ICershoa
Di ..��v sad wim  .. X'
Bank of Montrei
I BTABUSHED ���*���"
��-,4.40C.(
.   11.000.1
CAPITAL     .   .
HESERV t\
i     llran'b. i     tb
NewfO .vi .in''.,  ami  In
|      Q_CI
a-.
,and, New  -unk, r\.,..fi
0. ft Ah and Mexico i        H*1
batikinK   busin
(era of Credit i * ������ '
oanwspcadenti la      I psrts ��
world.
Barlags Bank i-,
reeeiTSd In lums rf U ���
and Inten-Hl sllowi I ll
annum (pneeai ran I.
Total   A��i��et��  ivr ��:'y ia,v"
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH!
ft I). BRTMNB.    >-',"l^J
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Alex. SPccl
THE  BICYCLE MAN
SPORTING GOODS, M������ fRlDA'
APRIL   30.   1909.
TIT I.   DAILY   NEWS.
PACK  SEVEN
P8STAL EMPLOYEES
Will BEHAI. 41 WURK
1 ' Employee!
���''        '' It.   In   Demon-
Day,
WOims YEARS fOII
MONUMENT FOR WIFE
' |'    no      of  preparing  th.   n> w  cit)
dlrei orj     l ..    Ls to be issued
'������:���  Maj  10, and will be in tbe I
i few 'lays later,    Last
b    ma '���    . ���     i o
ar be is confident
.111    represent   >-	
ll��������mM4U*l
HOUSE of QUALITY
Many Winters 0RAND TRU^^L
in - to Get Fund., to x_,TT.    2��.���The  onnd
,. I   '.Si.   .    Sv.r   an.
Helpniate �� - .-.���    i
Who .        ,ong Ago
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a  com-
-.. ron   .
im    v. plan oi
P mi.ntioii  '..   '
:.   '       .-.!'     facli
t end   '
Mine Engines
A. . tbrated
bros.'
'.  .  NES.
ion Works
. >.,   : .    D   F'roprift.r.
iSrtej,  ���   Sew lesrtnlnstef
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
I Liquor Store
���>���: :e.t . '.es. brandies,
��.es and stout.
MILLIONAIRE   TAKES   OPTION
ON    HALL   CREEK    MINE.
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claim* and Is said n
ore  Ujdlei
THE STAGE
MAY
Styles in
4
4
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union bays churches
must pay musicians
I .-
rR*DE   A   SPECIALTY.
p o. noi ist
FROST   ST.
���.[A   A' S* MS STER,   B    C
M    .-VB      CHOICE      MEATS
AGE.
AT THI
Ottawa, km . . ���    ;.     local
ist the ..ii.- *i. a.-.  ��� leratlon ,���'.
clan*  tut*  '������- .-.���'  Ha
t+tt   .'������..       :.  ��� ' , la. ;nn  In  ��n>
. i ��� . ��� ���_���...��� reau
the cos torn i
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Chun   ��� _ ���, ������
h��v>   ��� Etta .���-!   v.. ,r  -er.     �����   w_1
bea the dra*
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r. -uri  in  tb,.       .      * i num
Iwt of local
"' li  _ -_.--r_,r_ad Man."
Do you      . . . ; ..
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Bill    . ..-������:.-.   .-     ma i-Ua.-u ��
.    .  _:   ; lay   ��� ,-   . .-    .  ���-.-���.a-
Lion In  .   WSJ   '.'...'   ...���..   I i .   v.      .   H   MERRIEST   OF  ALL   VUSICAL  FAN-|
..*_.������:.      ", ��� ::. iMcal ;                               TASIES
Oddltjt Wl      , * ���            '          ��� a   ...��� e,
land   --Cr|V<l   __* "alUte.-l   n    . ;���_   an I
'- :>    attended   tbe   penormanc.    ana i
rag Ja~i   i    -'_...
.  _J!  It  wai  a  r_Tj   Minn   -. ItOIS IVww. Yum, it's great.    Yu*-", Yum, it'.
aad  asaarancefl  at.. grist
��* Sixty .wo In Uts maxchleii company,
Including _-_ch w��U know, ai ls�� u
-:. A             ���';���'���      '       ' * Roa. Snow, Pnd J. Wee, M._  ... Hot
���    '���   :       ':'             ��*"          '/ :���'       -   -   -  ...   Major.   Lut.    v     asm
-   " '"' ���'������  ;r' '' ' ���'���'-    " *i' Ma-   BoutOO
US]   BOVi      ���   ������ -   nave
Handsome patterns and   the
very finest fabrics.
OUR SHOWING INCLUDES
THE SEASON'S CHOICEST
MODELS IN HAND-TAILORED
GARMENTS SUCH AS WELL
DRESSED MEN ADMIRE���WE
CORDIALLY WELCOME A
VISIT FROM YOU AND YOUP
FRIENDS.
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J. EUGENE BROWN & CO,
618 COLUMBIA STREET
The Gingerbread Man
MUT1DN, VEAL, PORK
Fr-eah  Pork   Sa usages  daily.
Beet of Farmsr-s  Pork.
Ad*-i_ Archer. R.._    Mur
ray   .;���.���_.>���.  Waring, and < t;.-:-   with
���   rie*��  ,  v_       ooourae of beautiful    .boe
Igtrli ... bewitching choriatera _c.n-
��� ���r>. ���������.::... and electrical effe* i I
itbe utm at i| lendor.
A        MULTITUDE      OF      EMPHATIC
SONG   HITS
PACinc
Meat Market
inl Meal Market
"*    ��� (-.fl    nrtb Arenee
p>>   >4t  ira
[���C*tLl 4   DDO-f,  Proorietorw
MILLIONAIRE   TAKES
QUARTETTE    WITH    HIM
Sew  Yoi . ���     .mong the
Ier L
wblcl ���*���������.
was  W I   :,>_  II   Rl   R Brooklyn
��� ���  .
���    and maki.  it an entertain-
an  unuiuai  a.-,  It   is   ittracttvi
B '   ... i  i*:,-d Knii:.*   the two
���   ���-!   LAI      ������    -' I    :.   ;!..���
n   and a   yoang  American
:' '   "]      -'���������       ��� '   -   whistled and hummed everywhere. Did
���'���'," '        ' ' '��� '    on  srer  bea, -John  Doe.- -MaHe,
Beautiful Land of Bon H-n," -Moon,   Phone  192
M. >n, Mf.-r." "Queen of My Dr��amsv
mi I     The.   aril] linger in your mem-1 ���
ory.
real of ::.���     nu   ��� ;-a;j to
���>���  ���������      .   up  to  th<   Btandard, and
i.iv .ra  ;,.  , ri'icistni
th      I ties  ll at  the)   have
companj ������
��� . .  v ��� nt
McMENEM. . ANbERSON       Columbia St.
fnjlish
r
Idles from |12./.
open    '.*c*
";en     cai��
i-.in     md     I  gti
f. CRAKE
raa tan-
mi  v . -     ��ii!', him �����' t-'-��:
sa i :-;*-
... ihlp aad ta s tour
Inland    Empire   VVr.t.r.   O'jinut
-.      . ..j.,      .,.   ,     . .        ..    ���.       ital   W ���
. f Bpofcaai   newepspi      ...    :  ���
:   ...... ��� ������:  ���
,hrri  ol    BJU    dal.      mm
��:.,!   tradi   publics    - - aland
: ...       i in   Alberta to s
.. ���   .       8| Hay 8 to o
gaataa aa .'"    '"
. latlon       fl ��� ������   .. ���-' '���
���  i ...���.   e to
. Umeatar.
��� .        .       sn will be git
���   ���; .    Di    .
TO   STOP   RAILWAY
CHARTER ABUSES
I   ��� edley of Mirth Melody an | Mag
:.;  race
Edison Theatre
Ottawa . ���     >ena;...r   Oai Is
.    \    ��� ��� ,..-��� - -.. in'r...
ill ia thi        ��� ��������������� ���;��� m ��� I
Iwhicl    v  i     ��� ���:     wool i nvoinuoo
raiiwa.
irtera a     ��� in 4 saada    n>
ld��-a  l��  :���. do     ���> ���������   wiih   ihe  railway
���    .'    and  com-
.. . .v...;-1 on the same
tooting as ladusu*l nlea wblch
.... inoorponi -   bis ;.rttt-nt
Anv compan.   * i get a char
ter a H v ���   ��� tdona of tn..
- ,- | ,; ��� ..   -ulimit
-   ���    ; i.m-    . ���       oard ot
railway   eommlaal mi r.-    .. eompan>ed
by a mono, depoali to cover the cost
f  ; ve' f rightol -���
Animated
Pictures    and
Songs.
Illustrated
I* km
AJtimt.   Grmc��'
111   _ "���'_^_���������i.^^^
|"    "WTH ',   u .1     LAND    DIS
TRICT.
lenlgaed
:i  ih.. oom
mlaeloa ta
1     !iui(l��   Ri
....   |   ���
. ��� i..ii . ( ..���
.���.. 'h .even  (7)
leota :ii.. writ
|   , ... group two
k  .' in, thenoi
I     ":   ....
K��M, ��� iouih��rt_ mid
:::,. ���  wesi. rly  and
ll-. :  ths  a-M  lot
.     ���'���* ":.������,
'���orth., ,        ' '"rol0,'K-il) run
Ka ''���������! tnorugh sscUon
^,.;��;:: ������ ci>. ^w
lm.,,... '      ��� ��� Mii.'i with
I|��l,,.';'        mdary  oj  me
to. of ,h'. '" " '���" ''��� Itninedlateiy
'iNo.!'"'1"' "" ' "'" 'entre
' " .,;u     ���" a* ������ �� *���'-"
|*��Hr2 ; '���   mtsnatts
l,W(��t.lv't   '  *      '"  "��'Mh  llloUK
,,k'w���t; *   Md lot r,..:.
>H���,;" '������     ���'"���"tr. Iln,. of
^iV,!'1        '   blth-wau.
^ lh, ���*''k;" ��� .mil northerly
>-,'���,     '       ��H     ���er.y
ti.te* Will  Endow Hospital.
..... ...      .prii XI    -vlO-a   *
.... ���--. has deckled lo sodoa the Ma
i,.'. Pexai
.t.. k moo imi nt to thi ��� of hla
in..Hi- i       ��� i     *''-n
\ and a t ever. >'-b;
... v ���    n-       , *���'��� I	
...    _ i no       tood alll amouni
D  fS.000  to I6.UO0 P
.ui
Passenger  Tram  Derailed.
Palmar,  nu**-    Aprtl  -"���'    >iV ' ������ '
ol  aa i       -   ���. '��� irnht on
the   It.^'   i,   A     \     .,���   .     Ilvl lion   ��>f   ,n''
N.w   \.. ..  i antral  awn   derail
u broken    ian ��i >. I manning ..
Kim. _i pa mer thla morning I be
derailed carl cam* to a ftop leaning
,. dnal a high ledge whtoh pnbaolj
;.rev elite.I  .1 bMMW leriOttB uccldent   No
.ni.- vv a-, K'li.nmiv  Injured
the eon , ii    fall ;���. proc ��� : * m b <*on-
. tlon In tha tlm   spei Ifli.! l :��� tb--
railway �� on Bn P - ":
tha deposit  would Wwi v.  lhe  i>��*-
on ti  is . \r trther provision
���   at all moic.   r.ii.v-d on ��UK-k.  in |
onds mnst I       ' into the coastrao-
Friday, April 30 and Saturday. May 1.
N'o. l. Music Hath Its Charms
No. 2. The Cabby's Wife (comedy 1.
No.   :'.   A     Plrst-dasa    t'ome-jy  in
]��� .  -: of Comfort.
N'o.  4. Tommy's New  Blouse.
No. 5. The .aixint; Mania.
No. 6. Ilu-tratod song by Mr* Reid,
I  Am  For  You."
No.   "   Father Gets    in   the  Game.
Should   i)oy_.  What   Fun.
Friday and Saturday, g blf_-ciasa
OOBWdy bill from start to tini-...
On Mon lay, May Jrd, The Bible His-
tory of Bampaon, This rilm is an
hand-colored.
W. C. Chamberlin sells diamonds that flash their rays bright,
And sells at a price that is fair and is right,
Glittering gems that appeal to the eye.
Bert earth  produces and money can buy!
CHAMBER!.!., The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS   HAMILTON  i.  LONGINE'S   WATCHES.
AANT   THE   WOMEN
TO uET   INTO BASEBALL
.i.,,...
Rt i
..th*'1    mor,
ITT
"IHI,.,'
v     1.1'KSMN.
tgsat
A.   I I   Of   111      i      -e.i
.. -  r uu i. .    ...
rife ol i vim; vn-   . ade I
.��� ou. to 'v" ��� decuurlng mat
|ll I j ��� .   u-.>; the lUgbty, w>
���   ih ad). borne v.n-
fu.iiie   Ol   the   uuvolial
( ,,,, i.i pnveni the game
(, ,ni ,.  i rowdj  pastime  one
lobera full ,.i    men    to
, , ���, .. ihe believes tu��t more women
, j occupj   testa  la    ths    grana
ii .md
If moiv women would forsake the
||.,!(tga_ irhist and piuk t,-u. Both cuab
Loni .i.i UmoaOBi ami turn out to
Ivatcli tha oleaaea*! ��i>ort in the worttt,
;,;,,.,,. would be mor. robustness and
(a.r ii, ndedllneai among our sex,' Mrs
,. v , it id. If women would ou I >
,.lrnc in' and expand their lungs to
��� h t i sli air by "rooting" for the
:,..,, team, than would be leas warn
for tl elors "
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DYNAMITE AND TEA
FATAL COMBINATION
Crystal Theatre
SPECIALS FOR TODAY.
REEDHAM BOYS' FANCY
DRILL.
OUR FARMYARD FRIENDS
THE CONVICT ANO THE
DOOR.
Two good comics:
UNFORTUNATE MISTAKE*
THEY WANTED A DIVORCE
Song.
SHE   WAITS   BY   THE   DEEP.
BLUE  SEA.
Matinees 2 to 5. Evening 7 p.m.
Admission 10c. Children, 5c.
MAN.U.EU.  J.    M    ('OMPTU.V
i 2       . r)
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
WE  ARE  READY TO  SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
hlgh-daas building material,
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings buitt with our materials that never need repairs.
Wa can point to some others
that need repairs all Lhe time.
But they were not built of oar
materials. See where real
chi apaesa lies?
Government   Clerk   Arrested,
san Pranclaao,   Apsll   W   >'"*';"'
Pearson, ohlel   clsrh   of   the l nueo
Btatei army trenaport Berrloi  n ������
Pnnctaco, was sirested >"K,",l*"!,'1,
.. charge of  luvng ei���i--r.;.l..l  l"��
Pwnrson'i   bo-ik-.   an   ssid   to �����
ihown bbvi ral appawni shorugoa,
Ton   Arthur,   Out.,   April   '_y.��� .otin
Kendrlok,  an   Auatrlaa,    was  BUed.
[yeaterda. at McQualgge *c McCaffreJ ���
conatruction camp north of ftfaplgon
He bul thawed dynamite In a dinner
piiil and tb.'ii st.iiied to make ten In
it.   The explosion disemboweled hint
Pr. Emptors'   Holdings.
Victoria, i<  0.,  vpm -"���'   ' '   "!.
mrs la   -he nilwaj   bei   ""';I(,;lt:
their hi.l.l'.:,.    BUiveyed 1"""    " {\
��7-���   ! ?����&$+$��.
effect   was pawed    b)   '      l
Bzeouttve yestsfday.
T.EIVE THOUSAND
LIVE IN REGINA
Regina April 89>- ��� Thai the population <��r Rsglna is now 18,000 souia, is
ihe estimate made by k. f wngiey,
representing the Henderson's Director
lea .���onipany. who has jumi completed
Westminster
Transfer Co.
office 'Phone 18_.      rtarn  Thone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   dan-rend   promptly   to
any  part of the city
Special Bargain
Flve-qulr. box beautiful azure linen
finish paper in either of two surs, and
live packages env.lopes to match, regular price 12.00. this week only
FRENCH CREPON THE SAME PRICE.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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THE   bAILf  NEWS.
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i Lawn Mowers ���
��� ALL   PRICES. J
A   -,r ��� ���
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FREE TRIP TO CHINA
EASV FOR CELESTU..
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Wily Chinese Get the  Bjlge  on  Uncle
Sam   m   Tricky   Transportation
Graft   Came.
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a   "EMPRESS"    Ball-bearing   with
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Give us a trial in
this line.  We carry
The Best
Mocha and
Java Coffee
procurable, and can
satisfy any  taste,
as   well   as   any
pocket.
ALSO
+    -CLEAN CUT" Ball bearing  and   i
* Other  Styles. {
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A   SNAP!
THIS  WEEK   ONLY.
GAS AM) GASOLINE MANTELS AT
1.   SS  THAN'  COST
Ihe Pearson Electric Co.
rs to T. :.'   >   r
ctric v.',,���-.*���>
BANK    OF    COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite PoStoffice.
.' ��� . ...     |   in
I nit. d   .-'���,..     ���   .'.;,;,..    ,,    ,
.1 coun'.ry, ��   ,,. order I
��� a na.i are  ....
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PRONE 331
P   0. BOX 928
Young and Old Alike
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
���   fond   ol   music,  and  every   home
should possess a Piano.     They do not
, cost anything like what they are really
worth  to the family circle.      For the
; next  ten  daj -   We  arp  showini;  some
��eptfOnal    ilues.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA* STREET.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
ROYAL   BANK    ISSLES
ATTRAlI IVE   REPORT
The  thirty-ninth naa     epoi
the Royal Bank of <
Dally News, an a-.' . ��������� v.okiet pro
tusely'illustrated with rlewi ol soi ���
of 'h,. brai catt,
not nni> thro . Dominii n,
but the Ob ted 8 Cuba and othei
Weal indi.iii i rhe cover bai
a fine Caoade ,. ���   - ot the bead   "
in Montreal. Tbe magnlttM Of ' '
business don. down  in a COI
;.ive itatameni   a hich aerres to   ���
onstrate the sound Bnsnclsl cond
of this great banking Inal   ition  Tl
teen new    brsnchei   were    open
year,     a list of the ihareholden sad
omi   itatistlcs  on  ths   Dominion  ot
Canada Ond ; aoe in the Ibi i
ALLEGED  ASSAILANT
CAUGHT  IN  WESTMINSTER
An Information I
C. Hatl ���������    _ dnsl Chai i    V  K
aged -v ��� ���  man In thi
nf the <;   N   R . of 'l ung i   eve
���.     lm, and  Ki n tall  li   d
talned - ��� '���' I "-'���'���
officer t.i lak ��� bim to V mcoinrer,
�� here the tank * curred The alii jatlon i- thai Kendall aaaauiteC
. - mplalnani  witb a haU Sei btni
his felt hai   n --v 'rai plai ea      i��-1
live Ja     ���     ���    '���  '     ��� ���      i ��� ��� ���
toda.   "i convey    Rend
GOLDFIELD OFFERS
$.0,000 FOR  FIGHT
Goldfleld,   New   April   29     \   I
meeting ol  I  d onl|
elded that Goldfleld should offer .���"'���
000 for a light betwi ��� :i la. k lm.' ��� .
an.i lame. j. Jeffrie*, to take "" Ln
tbe latter pari ol Beptember, dtmng
the session ol the mining congress
Before the meeting adjourned MO.utHi
of the anKiunt had been pledged and
the further dsdSlOO rsai bed piat
should I5H.0OO prove too .tmall a ;���
to attract the big flghtan, any snm
within n-a. in will b<- offered
When th.- BObscriptlon iiKt Ih completed the money will ba placed In the
John S Conk bank and a formal Offer
will  bg  ma-je  to th-  flghl -:h	
DIED
ALEX, MATHESON
Boot and Shoe Store
Juil  opened  wltb an entirely  new
stock of
Spring Shoes
FOR LADIES AND
GENTLEMEN
Houses Painted
In ArtlRtlc Color.-
WALL   PAPER,  PAINTS,  OILS,   ETC.
iMADILL- al   the   family   resldenci
Burnaby,  on   Wednesday,  April  ti,
i    190.   tt 11 midnight, Rein oca Ann.
m.i llli   agi d  it ������ u    .later of the
lii -.     |    c    Madlll   Cei a,   Cotl H ���
and W   II. Madlll of this cltj
Th-  funeia!   All!  Ulke  ;. Bl I   tOdl ���   B
, ...     v, e,  ni the bousa     i be
Rev .1  s  Henderson wlll officiate.
Doane, Bailey & McKay
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
The  funeral  of    Mm     it   T    Henry
Agents Vancouver Vacuum Carpet       will take place nn Baturda.   aft*T��OOn
Cleaner. i   ~ "���" o'clock from the residence of
Mr, James Turnbull. of Sapperton, to
Fron   st., Dominion  Trust   Building.|the Oddfellows'cemetery.
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if you are looking tor lOmetbing at
tractive   in   this    line     call   in  ami   in-
liii'i t  our slock.
Why Pay Rent?
+
ALEX. MATHESON
Boot and Shoe Store
COLUMBIA STREET.
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$350 CASM
BUYS 7 ROOMED  MODERN HOUSE ON THIRD AVENUE, WELL
LOCATED.       BALANCE   EASY   TERMS.        LET   US   GIVE   YOU
Mr,re  PARTICULARS.
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| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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A BIG
FRIDAY    APB���
I to.
RIB
FOR TODAY.
."ifii yard-- v.i' wiv.  S      m d S   in Du
Ribbons on sale ( ard.
This special lo! of 1 is ma ���     i of a
large var et y of qualities. It 1 ��� ai -
up of an immense  '��� ck of short ei
in length fvinu two to I
four tn six inch idth.    Every desirable
color is to be fou thi pecial.
Plain   Silk,   Fancy   Dresden.   Plaid,   B<irdtr-tl-
Kdge Checks and Satin Duchesse, .my nl" wl
will prove appropriate for Sashes, Hair Rib-
b ns, Trimming, etc.   K>-. ilai | rice
10c and 45c per yard.   Oi
BBON
v.CouNter
Ml ,!
Some Interesting Specials in the House |
Furnishing Department
35c WEM.TITCHED PILLLOW
SLl^S
ON   SALE
?���;     EACH
H<     .
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pedal prl<
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'ri 11
Interim   maki
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10c   and    J.c    LINEN    TOWELS
SALE  0C  EACH
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?&c
LARGE   SIZED   WHITE   BEU
SPREADS    $1 V.   _AC'<
>. -.  ral  make,  ol  I ��� ���
in whlu
��be|| )|.      .
rini��!.   in    i ���
weights      Regnl i |LM, I
,n l li 78    Bpi' Ial lods    ��� I
SOMETHING   NEW   IN   LADIES'
NECKWEAR   EVERY   DAY
_<
i .in  fin J   son ���    bi *     v, i
m ��� kwasr in this itors almost stei ������
day      it pays ns to    sfate_ f��.r the
BeWi I v. .';��� ��� ..'il -> . ii-.- i ���' in to
place   before  ,Mir  custom r�� a-,     i
..     ;,,,KKl!.|e        |t   |.   easy   lo   ni.iiM-   a
... tinn of   -i popular   an.i ittltal le
from  'ii-- large  range  ���*"   ��,;'
display,       I)'irlii|r ll,.- lasi  f.w  .|,i, |  wi
have recelyed new DUTCH COLLARS
LACE COLLARS LINEN 8T( M is
COLLARS, FANCY EMBROIDI itt i >
M.VEN COLLARS, etc
\ v. to see ths   nan  st. li ���      No
trouble to show  them.
PARASOLS FOR  THE SMALL GIRLS
Psrasoli suitable fur all ai-. i can
���  '   mil in ihe large selection ol pai
. v   nn. i.n display.
it in to the children's parasols, how.
v. i   'hat we dssirs to draw youi b
tention,     So many    attractive little
paraaoli an. ban hut it i. Imposstbis
io mention each iln,-.    Home ar. plain
��� on red, otheri havs ona tw  thn ���
frilli of contrasting oolora    They are
in.uie mi Kiik [irmi percale or mnaim
....   al illMplay unlay each 35c lo |1./5
BRING THE CHILDREN HERE
FOR   THEIR  NEW   H*TS
I h.  . hihl.-ir ��� vv l0 '"'"n
,1'ia. w . styles      Tbe
.lay   sailor  hatV   the  * ���'  '
lams,   the  newi;.   trlmm .
ii,.. new ibspei wltb Bowi   ���
trimmings, all on dl
, Ial  prices on sli cblldn
. S. COLLISTER I CO.
THE STOKE FOE WOMEN'S WKAl
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