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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIPE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SH/i_ES & CO.
260 Columbi/_St.    Phone 85.
TOWN IS
SOAKED IN B100D
N'.-W WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY  MORNING, APRIL, 17,  1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
UHE:JBI MEET        pL (m m
HcOILL STUDENTS TODAY
.Jems in Asia Minor Mas-
icre Christian Armenians
nd Loot Their Homes.
Many Rooters Will Accompany Locals
to   Vancouver���Interesting   List
of Events.
A
1,1    ���     :"    v    tudt-nl    will go
to Vancouver this afternoon from Ce-
jntinople, Turkey, April  IB ���i lumblan  college  to  cheer  their  ath-
RECEIVING PAPERS
HOURS OF GRACE
EIXED FOR SALMON
Aldermi ,nic Aspirants Must j Weekly Close Season on Fraser River Settled By Fisheries Department.
File Nominations -Three
Candidates Are Assured.
,jl"
Of   Armenians
In yesti rday'a dis-
.vi, rcall;,   OC-
.static  Turkey,
imi.    inland
���v. to victory In the second annual
track meet with McGill university.
The rooters wil
:.-���.
' ave in ,i    p.-cial ca,
from the   el ool | rounds at 12: 15 p.m.
The team from the local school is
as   follows;
100-yard dash���W. Meyer,
|h. McKenzie.
M
iioit.
-w.
���I. Ho.'   ll. Mc-
J. David on .1. McArthur
.
six
,     aughter, which
lay, i lnued  through-
:..: ,- .-.till in progress
220-yard
iwerfull to control ' k*. h/.i.-.
"c of the soldiers ;    140-yard
J. Holt.
Horrible  M-��sacres. Half-mile    .1. Holt. H. J iraiii",   G. 0.
0 laj   says that ; Fall:-.
me    sine.,  last      Mile���A. White. ...  wells, House.
,; rid ilni horrible      220-yard     hurdles   C,    F    Watson
.., carried out on the  (captain),  ll.  Ferguson, G, Cami  on,
Bro .1    jump -H.    Fei ��� i mi, Q,  o.
j. a cii    ol   16,000   persons   Pallls, .1   Davidson.
. ,-nineiit of the      Pole  vault    iv  F rguson, .1.  David-
���i.e.     The peo-    on.
Mohammedans,  but      i; gh jump���H. Ferguson, G. 0. Parable    number Of I Us, ('. F. Watson.
Nomlii �� |    be    rev h-ed  till '    The following
one o'clock todaj  for the aldermanle with  reference
important    mea ag ���
to the salmoii  Hsber-
..
...
vacancy causi | bj the re Ignation of
Aldi . man Garrett, Three papery
and poi -i fo inl    will be handed
In t" Ri l irnli offlo i Duncan. The
poll : ik-   placi  on Saturday next.
E. J. V.-.,- ,; l.rman In the coundj
of 1908, wa pn vailed upon to stan.
yet "t lay, an I will have an Influentiaj
following. He was only a few votes
behind at the general election, being
handicapped the iime by nine-...
'I be labor voti is individual ��������� iavor-
able t-i Mr Fi er, as he is recognized
as a fair and generous employer. Mr.
Fadi r  stati policy  as  iln
vancemenl of the city generally.
ies was received yesterday by Fisheries Inspector Sword: "Ottawa, April
16, 1909. C. It. Sword, inspect,.! flsh-
eiie . New Westminster, li. Cv Fishery regulations an* d led so as to allow 12 hours weekly close time south
51st parallel, eliding Bunday 6 p.m.
Sockeye siason unchanged and begins
July l,     R. X   VENNING.
This represents an alteration of the
cbv season as it was enforce.! last
year. The weekly close season Will
begin now at midnight on Frld_j an i
last tin six o'clock cm Sunday, instead
ad-(commencing at six o'clock on Sa
Iday and ending .;:  midnight on Sun
lit
\nii.nians
unity.
Parliament Is  Dead.
and
Shot-pul    J, Francis, ii   0. Fallis.
Lasi   spring  tin-  college  won from
McGill at Queen's park, with a large
J. S. Bi ��� v -.-.-i. the lirst to enter
the li Id, nd n bile he told a Newman yesti rdaj be would have no ties
if elect,! to the CQUuCll, it i = mainly
the wati i Issue which brings him out,
a matter tn wheh he has given much
attention <-ic ��� ected to the citizens'
committee. As an abstainer lie will
recelv.   the  assistance    of the large
day, and there will be no distinction
between the time above and bi low the
Fra ier bridge.
SILK INDUSTRIES
ABE LEAVING FRANCE
IMPORTANT FOOTBALL       j^QR HALL UNDER
CLP TIE FOR DECISION
Recreation   Park   Will   See   Principal
Struggle���Celtics and  Westminster
Battle for Supremacy.
hv trllamenl but Its margin, and prospects seem as brighi   temperance vote, luuess Alfred Hard-
(01 f
������ be (bad.    Many  this  year for the local team.
fearful of enter-     Next  Saturday, a  paper chase will
Ui.doors; those yessesslftg eon.  ' be held at the college and for the win-
fata v in old only in con-
cl_t :������ i-lies of the rc-
iosir      rl :.   bas   obtain.d
Ftrel ��� '������   tate
ij .     '.la,    incurs the
reactionary
���itician- seei in danger of
��� | ��� ��� ' ��� days succeed.
RaSrstrising ivv.- done nothing
��������� ��� i
Batch trom ���   tup in the Vila-
��� Mon idr   i : nol far from 8a-
1 Albanians of iho
ftity _-.-��� .howlni Igns of unrest.
Mf lit iv. bi en several
|':������- h vii i��� B,     A band
flluiiH v  Pei      defeated  'be
resi .-.  order, and
v   ' ���  ���   lltary stations
���Al Ulan \ _irj  military mu-
P i      barracks   and
I *V VIV,
ftylitW ln' MAsedcma.
bin prevail   In Maci dorf..   ���"���'I
Hsm.   Moi   than 1000 persoC*!
' ������"- ,..anient     de- j
Hud more v., _ 100 persons il-'
ftto\> |  : nation.
rfSiilun, at present, is .ft com- j
enastt-ry. He controls the army
I** ordered the troops to return
���fkarM,;.,,, ,.,. ;h.- imlac-.a. He
"appoint.. Shevket as coi.iman-
rof'b��- imp..i.u guard.      He has
N all th,
FJ to tlu
ner a r.ery handsome uold fob is offered. Th.- run will cover several
miles, and be led by two hares.
man niters the 8eld, which up to last
evening was doubtful.     An effort was
New York, Apri] 16.- -Thai a com iin-
mad,, to prevent    a <i.v'<-ion of    the  ation of silk  Industries    In Southern
forces, by only running one candidate .
Fran<
representing   $iu, ,ut)0 oi
BATTLEFORD MAN IS
SENTENCED TO HANG
Battleford, Sask., April 16. Amide.
Tetrauh, of Payhson, was today found
guilty  of the  murder of Frank  Nadon
end judge NeWIands sentenced him 'o
bang on .lun.- 17.
Following a quarrel between the two
men on November 11 last, deceased
was btabbed throueh the heart with a
butcher knife. The Jury was out two
hours and nitaci ed a ride-- recommending the prisoner to mercy.
with this standpoint. ��� The Citizens
Temperance league have decided not
to take an active share in this campaign, aa thej feel their views wni
be   fully  ri presented.
The other candidate, A. M. Herring,
served the city in various capacities
In past years, but his vote will have
to Increase lamely to make a bi-*-.<-r
factor ir. ti;, ��� lection than is at present  __ur.'d.
capital, will transfer Its plant- to this
country, is stated by Jean Duplan,
head rn' a large silk dye works at
H.zbtnn. Pa. Mr. Dunlap, accompanied by D. A. Glllett, a French silk
piantifacturer, started for Havre today.
ROSSLAND CHILDREN
MUST  ATTEND SCHOOL
BASEBALL MaTLII IS
SET FOR THIS Af. RNOON
troops thai were ban-
provlncea by ihe commit-
'���on and Progress to return
It..
O-P't.l.
Young    Liberals   and    Russells   Ready
to Pby Ball at Call of the
Umpire.
Rossland, April 16.���At the regular
weekly meeting of the city council Aid.
.lames stated that a good many chilli in of school age were n,n sen; to
school by their parents for various
reasons, and were to be seen playing
a's natural resources about the Btreets during school hours.
Sifton said that the railways  There   Is  a compulsory    school    law
IM EXPERIENCE
THOU HAS MONEY
���Mcuvtr
La*y*r Thinks   it   a   Joke
* "* H"d UP _nd
of ��300 m p,
Relieved
nsco.
The Iir . scheduled City league
baseball match of the season will take
place nt Queen's park this afternoon,
starting at three o'clock, between the
Ru'.sells and the Young Liberals,
whr. _ good exhibition of ball is expected. Hither Fred. Lynch or A. \>
Cray  will hold  the Indicator.
These are. the teams as selected hy
the captains yesterday:
Russells���Malcolnison, c; Peele, p.;
S. A. Sinclair. 1b.; McPhBil, ��b.j A.
Robertson, 3b.; P. Robertson, ss.;
Sm-ll. rf.. Windsor, cf ;  Clute, ir.
Young Liberals-Mill*-. <*.; C. Bayce,
p.; Dlgman, lb.; Campbell, 2b.; Fitz
gerald, 8b.; Silver, ss.: Maancring, rf.;
Welsh, cf.;  Anderbrrg, If.
RAILROADS   RESPONSIBLE
FOR  HEAVY LOSS
Ottawa   !_pril 16.���At a meeting ol
the spec a   committee on tbe preservation of Cana
Hon. Mr
were responsible for denuding the which requires children between the
country of valuable Limber. it was , ages of seven and fourteen to attend
decided thai the former minister Of {school, and which provides fine or
the Interior Bhould Bee theTransconu- Imprisonment at the optk,' .f the ma-
nenial Railway commission, with a glstrate for parents who fail to send
ylew to clearing the right-of-way of alj' Jheir children to school. Alderman
tumbuatlbie mai.nai. Tin Dominion ��� James thought the law sh-U-d he eti-
railway commission will also be ap-'forced. After some further debate it
piled to for similar order in regard toiwas decided to consult with the chief
the C I>. R and provincial govern-1 of police in regard to seeing that all
ments controlling forests and railways children of school age in the city be
will be asked to secure more adequate 'required to attend school. t
measures for protection against lire,   I �����- ���
This afternoon the principal association foot bail match of the season will
be di elded at Recreation park, when
the Cei Ics meet Westminster in Hie
final ol tb ��� 11. C. cup, which practically means the championship of the
lower mainland. Step by step the
Celtics have been climbing in the
league tabic, and have gathered a
splendid team arouna thorn, including
num who have been distinguished as
footballers in Great Iiritain and Canada. Eight are Scotsmen and tbree
English in their team, most'of them
learning their footnail before they
came to this country. Yesterday it
was stated that .lack Ross, who assisted the Calgary Caledonians to defend the People's Shield at Vancouver
last season, and for some tlme has
a i ti secretary of the Celtic club, was.
indisposed, and would be unable' to
play. Sampson may be brought on
If Ross cannot take the field. There
has been no change In the W'estmin-
sti r team, which will go over by spe-
clal car at 1 p.m. from the B. C. E. R.
depot. Hooper and Hearne of Cumberland, who made a splendid showing
again.-t the Thistles some weeks ago,
will lead the attack with Shawcross.
The defence is strong, and the boys
have been training hard for the event.
O. Phillips will referee. As a preliminary to tho big game Westham
Island and the Thistle second division
teams will meet in the final match of
tbe British Columbia cup second division series.
The senior teams will line up:
Celtics���Goal, McCormack; backs,
Ross and Mackenzie; halves, Knowlcs,
Scott and Riske; forwards, Vlner, Anderson, Nanson, Robertson and Pearson.
Wes-_-.tt_.eri��� Gt.ui, Ba't_aree;
:. ickS, Bruce and Kirby; halves, Craig.
Sawyers and Locke; forwards, Shawcross. Johnston. Hooper. Heame and
Caydzlen. Reserves, Watson and
Clark.
FIFTEEN THOUSAND HEN
STRIKE ON GREAT LAKES
rsnciseo
. ('
Hit,
April  16.���Robert
"' Vancouver, today
experience the
was the victim
is,./' wlli,h '"
tffdl*.' "vnitm
����� ftuh _, v      ' r"m"��ny with
jiV. * tl0uleva"i ->y a thug
W00_,   ,    ''   'sl'-'1 iu,d relieved
,     lllai> 1800
* affai
��tei_
|Nai
111 for
repald the thug for
,Ul"- r-turnlng to his
���" Inclined to regard
;' '! '  Joke, and capital
�� to B_...rli!lD8 Btory uP��n hls
^frt0rt Columbia.
\hu
'TGRqw
E*S TO BE
WaRni:d OF FROSTS.
Burnaby   Police   Court.
A police court was held yesterday in
the municipal hall, Burnaby,   before
Justices B. O. Valkir tin the chair),
and Charles Cliff, wben the cas,. of
KearslOy vs. Bnunwell was heard.
Kr-arsley, the -plalniiff, charged the defendant Bramwell with havlnt* stolen
a brooder, a can manufacturing machine and other . oods, as well as ������������
000 feet of limber from premises on
the Moscrop road. Burnaby, while tbe
defendant was a tenant of the prop-
ertv. The plaintiff appeared in person, the defendant was represented
Messrs. Bond a"a
showed that
onsible fo1*
E. J. Fader, proprietor of the Rus-
Wnght's Successful  Fllflht. jsell hotel, has requested the News to
Rome. A*, rii lil���Wilbur Wright i Mate that Mrs. Patterson has not
made three successful nights in his j leased that hostelry, but has been
flying machine near here today, re- j placed I" charge by Mr. Fader, whose
maininr- In the air ten, ei��ht and seven Interests are also being looked after
minutes, respectively. by his brother, Silas Fader.
Suggests Sudden Death Game
For Minto Cup Ownership
Union  Engineers and Deckhands Will
Not   Return   Until   Shipowners
Abandon  Open  Shop.
CONSIDERATION
Delegates to Trades Council
to Take Opinions of Their
Unions on Subject.
Vald,
l<i;yy
Nort_ _
b��U.w; *     '  "..-Krultgrow.
> a,,. ,o be no-
fniHts
' advance, so that
or oil  pots in
���*ke     such   other
damage by frost
'���"���'til Weather
''��� r received  no-
leather bureau at
by   Mr.   Sweet,  of
Sweet.       The   evidence
the defendant was not respc
ihe disappearance of the goods
Honed,  and   tbe  case  was
the plaintiff to pay nil costs.
dismissed,
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International Boundary.
Dr,  (V, F. King,
,,n,i Canadian
lefl  11''" (lf'
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Ottawa, April 1*
Dominion   astronomer
boundary  commissioner
ternoon for Washington, .
e.lilni.mn. thi
with
bound
are
confer with Dr, O. H. Te
American boundary comtnl lonei
a view to tn- resumpUon of the
ary survey work from
the Pacific.      The
will also be sili'veye.'
,,M.  Atlantic tO
Ua-kn boundary
The Minto cup sh nation Is becoming more Interesting every day, interchange of telegrams between this city
and eastern i��dnts being of frequent
occurrence. Here is the latest;
"II. Ryall, secretary New Westminster
Lacrosse Clubi
"Trustees Minto cup hereby fix dates
your contest with RegUu. to 1* between May SO and 1!4, both dates Inclusive, as J'ou may select. Tecuw-
���,.)!�� challenge for July 1 und 3. The
trusties would like to have you accept, hut If you cannot we suggest
you give Tecumsehs option sudden
death game, Ju'y 3-
"P. D. Ross."
The telegram was forwarded from
Ottawa, collect, day rate.
All Set for Regina.
As far as Regina Ib concerned, the
whole thinn is now .settled. Ross h-*s
spoken. H's ruling'Is like the la*
of the Medea and Persians, final and
Unalterable, and when ho orders
games played between May _il and U
there Is an end to the discussion.   Mr,
Boss, although be speaks of ths tru-
!,,.,   iu   Hie   plnrai   Is   "IT"   in   ""'s,>
matters,
The only grievance found with the
ft |_oted dates Is that they nre so close
together that the Kate receipts wilj
be���well���below      Minto    cup    game
standard. I'nl-ss the Capitals make
an  unexpected showing In t_e hrsi
match, the dowd at the next game
will not caus,. the bleachers to collapse   under Us  weight.
The Tecumeehi' Chance.
The "sudden death" proposition advanced by Mr. Ross seems at first
glance to favor the home team, as the
Visitors will naturally be train tired
Tor a OOUpIe of days after their arrival here. But the Inalans wlll be in
good condition, while the Westminsters will be recovering from tne
strain of <a match at Vancouver -on
July 1, two days preview. If lacrosse Is played this season us rough
as It has been in some names in the
past, and that Doni.nlen Day game
happens to he one of these slamfesf*.
the Salmon Bellies may not be ln the
best of shape to meet C.iierrk* . bf��.efl
on   July  3.
No Weetern Trustee.
Incidentally, the claims advanced by
Westminster for tile appointing of
.Tames Iyea'my us Mini" cup trustee,
succeeding the ale Sir Henri Joll de
l.otblnlerc, hnve nol yet been recog-
nlied by Mr, R.-s--, who recently in-
formed the official of the local club
that iln> cup management was being
very   nicely  handled   by   himself   .just
now,  and   that  he  did  noi   s->c   why
Chicago, April IU.���The retus-al of
the sailors ou the Great Lakes to Work
is now in effect. Fully 15,W)0 men
from engineers to deckhands, are affected by the decisio/i of the union
organizations not to operate boats be-
longlng to members of the Lake Car-
rids' Association until its avowed purpose to enforce an open shop on the
lake tioats is abandoned.
Sorii,. boats, which have signed up
men without the open shop clause, and
others wiih nonunion crews, will try-
to get  out  of  port  tomorrow.
'J
another trustee should
appointed.
Christian Endeavor Rally.
The quarterly rally of the .oung
People's Societies of the cty, Christian l.ndeavor, .pworth League and
Baptist Young People, will be held on
Monday evening ut _ oelock In
Qutx'B's Avenue Methodist church, it
was first intended to haw a concert
for financial purposes, but owing to repeated disappointments in the arrangements., the executive na.s decided to
hold the regular rally Instead. The
numbers previously .secured for the
concert will still form part of the pro-
��nun, hut n<> admission fee will be
charged. The following well known
entertainers have kindly consented to
sssist: Mimes Laird, McNIven, A.
Watson and Thompson, and Messrs.
H. D. Mackmss, Alf. Johnton and H.
O. Lamb. Revs. J. S. Henderson and
W. H. Barraclough will each deliver
short addresses, The various socle-
Use ore urged to attend, as the plans
of th,. forthcoming provincial convention will be outlined and discussed.
At a meeting of the Trades and Labor Council last evening ih-- .������ mmit-
te,. appointed to deal with thi . tter
of a new hall reported favorably ior
thv old Orange hall on Seventh street.
I). Boyle, who introduced the matter,
said the committee, after visiting
several halls were divided in their
opinion for the small Oddfellov all
(where the meeting was held i and the
Orange hall now vacant. The t. nancy
of the Oddfellows' block, how- cr,
was uncertain, as George Adams indicated he might require it all for storage purposes, whereas they wouid nqt
be disturbed on the hill. The terms
offered were a little less per mcuth
at the Orange hall than the other.
R. A. Stoney, secretary, sai. the
Orange hall was suitably lurni-hed,
and suggested an extension of tune
should be granted the committee for
the delegates to report back to their
locals, and see what support the .uul-
vidual unions were prepared to five
to the central council, for tbem all to
meet in a common ..inor hall. The
resolution passed.
Local Option.
Much of the evening was spent In
hearing an explanation from tne
chairman of the British Columbia executive of the Trades Congress Of
Canada. R, P. Pettipiece. with reference to certain negotiations at Victoria wh*n the executive were down
there. The local council had complained that when Westminster resolutions were sent to the capi;a! prior to
the meeting with the government,
discussion had been permitted in the
Victoria Trades Council ins:-ad of
confining the examination oi *.hem to
the four members of the provimai
executive. Mr. Pettipiece, Mr. Ston.y.
and two others.
Th.. meeting was satisflej with the
explanation given.
In course of the discussion it t-.'-.us-
pired that the four members referred
to were opposed individually to tne
principle of local option, but declined
to take a stand because many individual members of the unions were favorable to the idea. The cigar makers and bartenders' unions were bitterly opposed, as the prohibition wave
in tbe United States, had badly affected their business.
Organization.
The secretary reported that he had
been appointed by the American Federation of Labor As a voluntary organizer, and hoped to set to work at an
early date. The machinists and tailors were mentioned as trades whicn
would receive attention. It was ���=tot-
ed there was only one union tailor
shop in Westminster, and reform was
urgently needed.
Eight-hour  Day.
The    action  of    tbe    Westminster
Board of Trade in endorsing the Canadian   Manufacturers   associations  on-
position to the Trades Eight-hour Day,
In government contracts, came in for
strong criticism.      The secretary was
asked to communicate with J. D. Taylor, M. P., stating the Trade-.' Council
was In favor of the measure, similar
communication! to be sent to the Vancouver Trades'  Council, and the sec*
retary  of  the  Trades   &   Labor  Con-(
greaa ��of Canada.
Brisk  Business.       ���
All the seven unions represented
reported that business was Improving.
The president, C. Feeney, made reference to the fatal accident to a member
of his union, the Street Railway-men,
in which J. S. Rainey was killed, amt
paid a tribute to his* good qualities.
The question of observng Labor Day
In this city will come up n.xt meeting.
Picturesque Chinese  Funeral.
Victoria,     It.  C.    April   16.���WonK
Ming Ski rh. a prominent local Chines,.
67 years of age, wa - hurled today with
greai rites, a long cortege being iieau.
ed by ibe city band, the music of
which was punctuated by several Chinese orchestras. rieveral hundred
Celestials followed in procession,
FULTON DECLINES
POST IN CHINA.
Washington, April 16.���Charles W.
Fulton, former United States senator,
from Oregon, today declined President Taft's offer of the apiwlntment to
the iwst of l'nited States minister to
China. A message wns received at
the White House from Fulton today
declining the honor.
Car Builder Coming West.
Winnipeg,  Man., April  16.���George
H.  Eaton,  master car  builder of the
C. P.  R. western lines, left eod.y for
Vancouver on Important business,
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TnE   DAILY  NEWS
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SATURDAY
APRIL 17
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. r__,     c.tatp _._.��,.�����>_  	
FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL.
Extract from a business man's letteer
BUSINESS. FRATERNAL,  ETC.
to invest twe^y".,���!^^ nam   blown,n.th,b ule ^ can ^ ^ bought       ^ ^^^
tb. .an who talks of adve.sin, a8 in U^Stf ��tS ^TiTE SltK" th^T iM 222= "__ _ =_*_-_ S? "~^^��ff ^ !"'- - **
up the words to describe advertising.      Watch   our   Classified 'Columns   _���,. T*"'  Se"8 9r��wth
^_.^_^_______ _____________ convinced   that
,1nri pr��9r��s, and
advertising
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial lite companion for
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
TO RENT���Furnished rooms, corner
Seventh street and Agnes, near
Carnegie Library.
WANTED.
WANTED���Men to clear and grade
2 1-2 acres land. Tackle provided.
Apply Walker Bros., Edmonds station.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCi.
to let ln suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
W. K. FALES, THE FURN.JTURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
WANTED���Boy to learn tlnsmithing
trade. Apply Ja"me_ & McClughan,
Front street.
WANTED���Second hand extension
ladder; state price and write to M.
C,  Box   29,  city.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 287, Victoria street.
WANTED���Quiet family driving horse
about 1100 pounds. Gentle, city
broken, sound and good appearance.
About six years old. Also buggy and
harness. Apply P. O. Box 391, New
Westminster.
WANTED���Girl to do chamber work.
Apply 1103 Georgia street, Vancouver, n. c.
WANTED���Boys to sell papers in th_
mornings on either salary or commission. Good money promised.
Apply this offlce, Saturday morning,
hot ween 11 and 12.
WANTED���Girl for genera, house-
work. Apply in the evenings. Mrs.
W. G McQuarrie, Second street and
Fourth avenue
LOST.
LOST���TWO GOLD LOCKETS IN1-
tials on one, D. R. D., smaller one
heart shaped. Finder please return
to this offlce.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cedes, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery,  P.  O.  Box  811.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
Mfts7 _rUNACRE_r_i^r~^_3__^_vK
opj). Queen's Avenue Church.���
Homo-made sausages and rolls, head
cheese, etc.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Guinn & Fairley, phone
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
C. HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 14, Guichon Block, New-
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D- GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER. B. C LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE���30 acre farm, 5 miles
from New Westminster on Fraser
river, never Hooded, drained and
fenced, good house and barn, ready
for crop; boats call at wharf daily;
railway within half a mile; schools
and etc., close. Cash $1500; balance In three years. Cook & Ross,
323 Front street, opp. Market, New
Westminster.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance  Agents-
City, farm and  suburban  property.
260 Columbia street.
JEWELRY.
SELLING OUT OL'K ENTIRE STOCK
of high-grade watches and jewelry
by auction. Sales each day, 2:30
and 7:30 p.m.     Horace Dorer.
LAUNDRY.
EDWIN G. W. BAIT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCH-
tects, Gulchon block. P. O. Box
772.     Phone 232.
AUCTION  SALE
OUR SALE TODAY OF JEWELRY
2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Horace
Dorer, jeweler.
FOUND.
FOUND���Length of oilcloth and also
children's garden tools. Owner can
ha\v same on proving ownership at
city police station, and paying cost
of this advertisement.
FOUND���A PURSE CONTAINING
money in bills etc. Owner can have
same by applying to Sayce, 614 Carnarvon Street; proving property and
paying for this ad.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eletcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing.
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Blackle Street Now Is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
ELOCUTION.
HELEN BADGLEY, TEACHER OF
elocution, physical culture a,nd dramatic art. Every Monday, 3 to 8
p.m. Knights of Pythias hall, or 992
Hornby Street, Vancouver. Phone
B3535.
FOUND���Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply P. O. Box 148.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���Eggs for hatching. Buff
Leghorn. $1 per sitting. Apply 204
Agnes, corner Elliott
FOR SALE���A good family cow.   Apply W. McCurrach, Wise road.
FANCY   POULTRY,  EGGS,  ETC.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery.
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MUSIC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
.breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs tor
hatching. Write your requirements.
FOR SALE���Safe, ca s_ register, second-hand, cheap. Box W. T. F., this
office.   .
FOR SALE���One ot tho best residential sites in the city, facing Moody
Square; three lots with 150 feet
frontage On Eighth street; corner.
Price $1500; $400 cash, balance $20
a month. Particular*, apply Box
795, city.
EGGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. BrjiTi.
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per set-
titjg of 13. Hans Voglsang, poultry-
expert, 936 Keefer street, Vancouver, n. C.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-ptrpll of Carl-
lotta Antelli, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac, Oxford,, England, wlll give lessons in
singing and harmony.
NURSERY.
FOR BALE���Two corner lots on  the
new B. C. E. R. cut off, close to city
limits; $225 each; II cash, balance
6 and '2 months. Apply Box 837,
City.
MUT10N, VEAL, PORK
Fresh  Pork   Sausages daily.
Best  of  Farmer's   Pork.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I  MERRY & CO.,    PHONE   A501.
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
Streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for sale.   Reference furnished.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healtny,
home-grown fruit ���.__<_ phone 445.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested,seeds, trees, plants, be��
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
WHY BUY pokey foot lots when you
can buy 2 1-2 acres partly cleared
and planted with fruit trees, within
three miles of Westminster; main
road, permanent water; for $450
cash. Cook & Ross, opposite Market, Front street, New Westminster
MALINS, COULTHAKD & CO., LTD.,
J. H. Vidal, J. P., Manager Real Estate Department. Phones 106 and
J211.
FOUR FINE RESIDENTIAL LOTS
In Burnaby, overlooking the city,
onatblock from city tram; $150 each,
1-4 cash, balance in 2 years.
EIGHTY ACRES FRUIT LAND IN
Surrey, 3 miles from Westminster
bridge; $500 worth of cedar, half
mile from G. N. Railway and Fraser
river; only $30 per acre and easy
terms. Five-acre blocks in this vicinity are selling at $75 to $100 per
acre.
A FINE LOT ON FOURTH STREET,
near Sixth avenue, only $400. Investigate this.
160 ACRES IN SURREY, INCLUDING
80 acres of best land ln the district
and timber equal in value to price
of land. This is a snap at $2400;
easy terms.
EIGHTY ACRES AT CLAYTON, SUR-
rey, at $50 per acre; some improvements; good terms.
SIXTY ACRES IMPROVED FARM
near Cloverdale, dwelling, barn,
chicken houses, sheds and etc., oc-
��� chard, good creek, 7 acres under cultivation. This must be sold at
once hence tho price Is low���below
market price. $1500 cash will handle it, balance on time.
160 ACRES IMPROVED FARM IN
Langley, house, barn, outbuildings,
bearing orchard, 30 acres cleared,
balance easy clearing; rich black
loam soil. This is a bargain at
$40 per acre and should be a moneymaker for some one but "first come
first served."
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION ��J* b7~C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. o. Box
556, phone 334.
6-ROOM HOUSE    ON    EIGHTH ST.,
electric  light.    $1500.  Easy  terms.'
1  ACRE IN  BURNABY    CLOSE TO
car line; 15 minutes from city. $7.0,
terms.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Real estate, Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbi; Street. P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
PEERS & RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby property a
spedatly. Room 7 Hamley block.
P. O. Box 458, phone 364.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPAN-,
Columbia street, near tram otuce,
phone 433. Real estate aud insurance.
FOUR NICE LOTS, a half block from
Columbia Street, between Keary and
Alberta Streets, Sapperton, for $27-
each.   Lots abutting are worth $500.
TWO  NICE DOUBLE corners  in the
I West End at $150 each, 1-3 cash,
balance 6 and  12  months.
A GOOD 5-ROOM cottage close in for
$950; half cash, 'balance over two
years.
TWO ACRES OF LAND nearly all
cleared and a five-room house and
chicken house, for $1500; half cash,
balance 6 and 12 months. Thl6 ls
jiist outside city limits.
- SEC0^-HAND 8T0RR
WE  BUY   AND  ki- ,   ,      - ^~
---    -       V bLLL mJRNlTUR
^-      ' ''inal aecon
"   Speck, uea,. Trd
^ a" kinds   f n,w ,m.       .
hand goods
offlci
stenographyTt^;
FREEMAN    BUNTING     UOOM
QUlch0n   '���      I 0  ,1.1x2
CUSTOM      ST...,v(;lU),H.
Typewriting;   __p,  work       J
etters,  etc.     pr0vlnc���   offl(,   j
1-mbia street   p_ ������. 62
TAILORS.
FOR SALE���I have 10 acres ln-rv, 4
acres getting ready for crop. Fruit
land, in 20-yeur-old fruit district; no
'backwoods; about a mile from C. F,
It. station, 21 miles from Vancouver; good drainage; soil suitable for
flowur pots; not a pebble; six-room
house, stable, local telephone line
past property; schools, churches,
bank, doctor, etc. Must sell this
month. By tender only. Send for
prints of house. No agents. Gordon Tanner, Owner, Hammond, B.O
GALVIN.  1.A1.1K.   an,, MK -
orln*'     A new ii��� of 9prl    j
lng just In.   Button making m
ing and repairing, .* sixth stree
phone B350.
  THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUsJ
Lorne street, w. N. Carty, managed
Special attractions provided tiuntj
the season. Advance ticket olfifl
Ryall's Drug store.
THE EDISON THEATRE, C0R.S.
Columbia and Eighth. liieh-rlaJ
moving pictures, illustrated ml
Program changed Monday, Wednel
day and Friday.
WOODWOMKINQ.
WESTMINSTER      WOODWORK^
Co., bank, office and store fittin,
cabinet,   stair,   showcases,  mantej
and detail work.   Designs an.
r_ate_   furnished.    J.  Hrookes,
prietor.     Works:   Corner  Eleven!
and car line.   P. 0. box 254, PhoJ
473.
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth street, $r7
per month.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanitas;
house painting, kal-sominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
FISH AND GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc.    Begble st.,'
opp. Windsor Hotel.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARM.l'RONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's shoe store.. Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
PROFESSIONAL.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
tho Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Telephone 64
M.ADAM & IRWIN,"COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the I _-stof.ee, Box 874;
phone 498. Real estate and insurance, money to (loan. Call ajid see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
WE ILWE THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT
to offer for sale two fine lots on
FifLh avenue near Queen's park. The
lots are all cleared and full Blze, 66x
132. Price only $600 each; halt
cash, balance In 6 and 12 months.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.-
The regular meetings ol this lodj
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Coins
bla street, every Monday evenli
at 8 o'clock, .las. Ferguson, noil
grand.   W. c. Coatham, ree. secy.f
PRINTER8.
WESTMINSTER PRkSS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Dally News Block, Sixth
street.
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE Xd
115, Sons of England l)S.-R(j
Rose Degree meets second aa
fourth   Wednesday   of each  mont)
���   in K. of P. hall, Agnes street, at |
p.m.      White  Rose    Degree, ton
Wednesday in   each   month, sau
time and place.     Visiting brettnrl
cordially    invited.      Geo,    Bo*��*el|
pres.; H. Disney, secy.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGJ NO.
Meetings  the  first and third Tue^
day in each month.    Visiting bre tti
ren    cordially   invited   to   attend
Lodg. room, A. O. V. W. ball, 0d
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEMY _ ANDERSON
WADE, WIIEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
a. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and tho Vancouver office Is at No. 5, Roya] Bank Chambers,   108 Hastings Street west
^oeoec*oec>eooeoeo.:.e, .eoeo o+o+o+o+o+o+cx^^+c^n+n^
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
RESTAURANT8.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT ~&~ CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Orlentaf
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROVAL CAFE,  (Mrs. Archer. pr-pFie
tress).     Four courses, consisting of
soup,   fish,   boiled   entree  or   roast
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or  nilk.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4039, I.0.fl
���Meets the fourth Friday in till
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL  ORDER OF EAGLESj
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tu_ "
evening at S p.m.   in   the   Ea. fSj
hall, Columbia Btreet      V Clark, W|
I'res.;  H. ScholleM. Secretary.
THE   ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TKM-I
peranoe meet every Wednesday atl
8 p.m., in oddf. Hows hall, Coium'iiiJ
street.
NEW  HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS.    REASONABLE TERMS.
Columbia St.
NOTICE.
Dominion Trust Co.
New Westminster  District.
District of New Westminster.
T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
MONEY   TO    LOAN
Take notice, that Harriet Ford, of
Pitt Meadows, B. ('., occupation mar-
''"'' lady, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
scribed lands; Commencing at a l>".v
planted at the southeast comer of Lot
1020,  thence west  20  chains,   tbence
south SO chains, thence east 18 cha .,
more or less to Agamenmon Channel   O ^^^^^m
thence northerly  along  the   shore  t., C*0*��*��*O^*0O*O*O*O4O*O4OO*O*C^*^^
the point of commencement,'contain ���    ���v*v+o+O+04
ing 100 acre, more or less.
IIARHI ET FORD,
M. L. GORDON, Agi
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public J
through the columns of THE DAILY |
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home  Paper.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
NOTICE.
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
Take notice that I), J, McQuarrie, of
Now Westminster, B. ('., occupation
electric railway manager, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands in the district of New Wen minster:
Commencing at a. post planted at
I tho    southwest    corner    of    |0*  1399
thence east to northwest corner (rf
1362, thence south to ioiiiIi^'
ner of lot 997, thence ��� ","rrl>' ^
erly  and   northerly  to  I '>'" "
meiicement, containing I Of MTe
or less. ,, ,,,,,y-
DANIEL  JOHN MnQUABRlB.
Per JOHN F, n\C,C,S,
Ai. nt
Dated December 19th, 1908. I    sATUROAY-
APRIL 17, 1909-
THE  DAILY  JEWS,
PAQE THREE.
I.
CONTRACTORS.
gtaUon  Building,  Sec-
rfToo| II������  lR!fWeen L<lke
>8   lunctiouand Winnipeg.
J.��Fri1"''"'",,..     .dressed to the un-
I ti '    "u lhe.eT,l0_e
lets'-���"���      stu:ions,  etc.,    will   be
Jjwfc��� ; ; oi  '!"' conimifl-
|r.ei"11 ;' ntinental rail-
W0"' tiaiva until 12 o'cltKfk nopn
|w:-> .' fA|   !   1909. for the
J*-;.^;. .,        complete, in
���ton*'" iatl Bpecltt-
|( .;.,    , of sta-
���""lldla. . "'"' ;uo1 h<,U'S"
���.'";;.   fOllOV '   ���'���'��� ���
I*1'     . , Lake Superior
ISeonon-^ near Wabfcoon
t'DCl!'';, tion buildintrs;   2
F. "���  ection houses-
f'.n N���., .     U le   1629   to
1   Itl      ' " ,      v- ,
J ',. Rennle);   I  No. 1
EL ... HitiMiuid
I*"' tildlngs, 6 sec-
������ ilile    1729 to
,   ^ ration pulld-
J i illdlngs, i No.
P,:.' ;   ection houses
quired at all
il    _uch other
lei ignated by the
fe.-i'V"
I.,    . be tor   all the
Pin. ':"':   ';" j  :'"i,:'r"
... ��� ���    made for each
(CM.
_i ction must be i
e October  1st. i.
* ������*���.��__ a-ift-ai!. - - -
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
It th
" Purest and the best and Is fast becomi_E the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO *
NORTHERN INDIANS     |
ARE SHORT Of FOOD
Severe Winter ard Scarcity
of Furred Animals Make'
Hard Times For Trappers.!
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HOUSE of QUALITY
Fancy Socks
Ktittl
35c to $1.00 per pair.   We have !
I just received a shipment of
Straw Hats
Bcatjons   may be
:' "ii obtained, at
,..        Mr, Hugh D. Lumsden,
". Ottawa, Ont., and  Mr.
hPoulln, district engineer, Winni- j|
it. M.-d
|Ph;.        v ���   notified  that j
.-,;. .. considered unless |
|.,> l  forma supplied I
I ��� , which  may  be ] ^
loi p| ...ation to  the chief engln-
\  ��� .  district engineer
I Winnipeg.
|r.: - be    signed  and
,.i ir leg to the ten*
and he accompan-
:.,,,      v  i , heque on a char-
bank of the Dominion of Can-
��� -   ��� ttte order of tbe com-
Transcontinental
in the latest styles and straw. I
Spring Underwear and Natty Neck- t
wear in stock.
Winnipeg,   Man.,    April   iti.���Word
I was i iceived today  from Fort Chipe-
jw;..ni, away north of Edmonton, and
| from   the     Mackenzie     river     region
which  show    great destitution to prevail among the Indians.     the report
says   the   winter  has   been  tne  most
Bevfre fo   manj  years.     The snow is
very  de. p  and  the  wind  strong and
[continuous for days at a time.    Fish, j
the   principal   food,   nave   been   very
scarce,    bui    fortunately    deer were
11 ��� tii'ul. otherwise  wholesale starva- ;
i tion would have been the result.
Furth.r north along the Mackenzie
the Indians are in a terrible plight.
Fur being scarce, the Hud -ons Ha..
icompany and traders have shut down
tight on -ivhiM any credit, the con-
sequenc being that although deer
are numerous, tne Indians have no
ammunition and cannoi get them, nnd
are in a most pitiable condition. Man.
ari men skeletons and too weak even
to get wood, and are lying huddled to-'
gether In their tepees. At Chlpewyan
land vicinity even where food Is ob-
ta liable, the mortality among the Indians is very high, sixty having died
within twelve months. Further north,
the di ath rate s still higher, The
principal cause [s their filthy mod.- of
living, their Immorality 'ning proverbial.
J. EUGENE BROWN _. CO.
272 COLUMBIA STREET
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Real Rose Hat Pin.. Real Carnation Hat Pins.
Real Violet Hat Pins.
$1.00 Each  and Up
Hi equal to ten pi r
I amount of the
kiet
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fbc* ��� V pted will  be de-
mi io i it o   the receiver I-
!���:��� . ciirlty for the
tnance of the
mr*-;,,:.-, rdlng to its terms.
jCb-q-.. j. . iti i bj parties whose
�����'������������ ..i ;  be r.-tumed
pli v lie signing of
(contract.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
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t sil tenders,
I By order,
d to reje. t any
P. E, RYAN.
Secretary.
rs ol the Transcon-
lated    at Ottawa,
f-' f<1mmi-*-ir
ptnl railway
(��il Jnd. 1909,
Xf*v.,,.-,   |0 . ting   this   udver
It without authority from the com
H*^. win not be paid for it.
NOTICE.
Wrs .,ii , ,,.,,u,.d at the ol-
1.!'"''''"' x��-'i".- ..i the Mai ine anu
P*** Department, Victoria, ll. C,
P '����� ikjod or the iioth April. 1909,
fJ��������stn,cilon ol eight 18) steel
I "M buoy3 na , .    .user river, lm-
I* ".Jelly,,,   ,,u   ,.���.   wh    ,   ���,   Ul(,
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WWH-Mter,   B    c
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
^VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
��� _ _ mmmt^^
Manufacturers and Dvaitrs m AU Kma   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
TENTION
f
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
.   MARKET   I
| REPORT   i
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Tbe weekly market was well attend-
��� ed yesterday, considering the planting
time is advancing, and brisk business j
���was the order of the day.    AU lines
j were in good demand, and everything,
j readily   sold  out.     Prices  held  at old;
I fig"i  v
A fair supply of beef all sold, while'
the small offering of mutton and iamb '
had  i short demand.   Veal is increas-
ling In quantity, and met with a bris. I
lrequl ement,   Ther,. wns a 'risk call
for pork.
,    A _Ood supply of eggs had a heavy
call, with old prices ruling.    AU the'
fowls were readily sold, chickens not
[being -i) plentiful, consequently a bet- j
ter demand.   Ducks held at $15 a doz- \
en, with easy -ales.
The few tipples naturally went read-
illy at advanced figures, while potatoes
cleared  at  quotations.    The sales for'
onions were limited to local stock.
There   was  a good display  of cab-
ibage, tomatoes, and other plants, together   wiih cm  and  pot  Bowers,    It
; may be noted that a crab vendor met
with   good   demand   tor   his     cooked
crabs.
Official  Quotations.
Reef, hindquarters,   aSV.e    to   l��V_c;
I .orequarters, _V_c to 7"_c; mutton, Hlc
'to Mc;   lamb, 18c to 20c.  veal, medium, lie to   ll_c;  veal,    large, 9c to
| 10c;   pork, medium,    9c;   pork, large,
10c; ->ork. medium, 9c; pork, large, 7c
i to Sc;  eggs, wholesale, per doz., 25c;
I retail, _0e*   butter, retail, 35c to 40c;
'fowls, per dozen. $9 to $10; chickens,
j per doz.,    $S to $9;    ducks, per doz.,
,$15;  iippl-es, per box, $1.25  to $1.15;
carrots, per sack, $1:    parsnips, pet'
sick,   75c;     turnips,    per   sack, 9W;
Unions,  per sack. $2.00;   potatoes, per
ton, $.s to $40.
MADE BY   "
THE BfiACKMAN KER MIILINDD
ttf^W ALBERfA'-l
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Barley Bread
DO YOU knO/v that there are hundreds of loaves of
Barley Bread sold daily in Vancouver���that 15 or
more of the bakers there are making this bread?
That the bakers m Victoria aro also at it���and those in
New Westminster are just starting? Such is the case,
ano* we  mention   it.
These bakers are making good breSd���moist, sweet���
and having a flavor entirely different from all other
breads made from wheat flour. THIS BARLEY BREAD
is not only delicious in flavor, but it is the most easily
digested bread on the market today���those who have
used it say so���and we will give copies of their testimonials in this space later.
The reason for Its easy digestibility is���the special
process through which the barley passes when preparing
it for milling changes ten par cent, of the starch into
grape sugar, or in other words, predigests it. (It requires
3 days to do this, but  it pays.)
We have spent approximately $50,000 in the erection
of a mill at Calgary. Alta,, to produce Barley Flour and
Barley Flakes by this process; this should be convincing
evidence that we  have faith  in the  value of it.
BARLEY   FLOUR
For those who make their own bread, we are filling
this flour in 10-lb. sacks. In each sack there are recipes for making bre. d scones, cakes, etc. Ask your
grocer   for   a   sack.
We   guarantee  the quality of this flour.
Ask your baker for, a  loaf of Barley   Bread.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Limited
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LOCAL      IMPROVEMENT      DEBEN-
I   TURE GUARANTEE BYLAW. 1909.
A Bylaw to Provide for the Guarantee
of Debentures Issued Under Local
Improvement Bylaws.
LAURIER SEES NO
REASON   FOR  ACTION
|Hn
1  aU(J    pei ll cations   may be
���^ Works   Department, New
C, i nu the office of
"'���''��� th- offices  ..i  the  Agency  ot
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1 mark,. '..J'""'1"1""-'    tenders to be
Buoys. ror    KrJ3ei'  K'vt,r
AM JAME3 OAUD1N,
toria, n c I''i heiicH.   vie-
Eastertrook Milling Company,
E_urn��,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR!
hnperial $7.00 per brf.
Hungarian Jewel       $6.50   u     *
Terminal ^50��
.... 'OP      FIX)UR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuarrie & to..
FRONT STREET. New We.tmln.Ur. Telephone W.
SsisiHatas 18c
AT THE
Cftitrai Meat
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Klftht.
Market
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X~'" ,'       UFAT.NG    TINNING    AND    GENERAL    HARD-
X     FOR    PLUMBING.   HEATING    "
PH0Nr S7a
Proprietor*
uu * ODDr
WARE, GO TO
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, rro.t St.. New Westminster
��� Sole Agents
��� a. JAMES.
tj. McCLUGHAM-
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Ottawa Out.. April III,���Hon. G. E.
Pouter m��in asked Sir Wilfrid Laurier
yesterday If the latter contemplated
any action as a result of statements
in the report of the New Brunswick
royal commission reflecting on the
minister of public works. The premier replied that after looking over the
report aid such of the evidence as
he had had time to read he found
nothing therein which warranted the
taking of any action by himself or the
government, Poster said the opposition would on Monday next clinlle*_j.e
the judgements of the hous-p on this
decision. The debate on the resolution pro->osed yesterday by Dr. Daniel, relative to Mayes' affidavit, was
then  resumed.
The Arrow Press
WINDSOR   HOTEL   BLOCK
Still in the field for Job
. Printing
When a competitor tells you we
are net in business now, you can place
an estimate upon his value and place
an order with us. You can rely on
our word as weill as our work.
E.   M.   DOMINY,   Prop.
Whereas the Fourth street sewer
bylaw, 1'HiG, being bylaw No. 10 of
the city of New Westminster, wus duty
passed by the municipal council of the
suid city of New Westminster on the
:ind day of November, 1906.
And whereas the Sixth street sewer
'bylaw, 190S, viz., bylaw No. 20, of the
said city of New Westminster, wns
duly passed by the said municipal
council of the said city on the 27th
day of May, 190S.
And whereas, under and toy virtue
of the Municipal Clauses act amendment act, 1909, it is provided that the
council uf the city of New Westminster in the mutter of bylaws passed
beJ'ore the 1st day of .January, 1909,
regarding works payable by local assessment in order lo facilitate tn��
negotiation ot debentures issued ther.-
under and to add to their commercial
value may by bylaw wbieh shall not
require any assent by the electors declare 'li^t the del* created on the security of the special rate allowed by
bylaw is further guaranteed by the
corporation at lacge,
Now therefore the municipal council of the oomporatlon ol the city ol
New Westminster enacts as, follows.
1. it Is hereby declared that -ho
debts created or to be created on the
Security of the .special rate allowed
by the said bylaws, ��iz., the Fourth
street sewer bylaw, 190., being bylaw
No. 10 of the said corporation and the
Sixth street Bewer bylaw, 1908, being
by taw No. 20 of the said corporation
ana all debentures Issued Or to "be issued under and by virtue of the said
bylaws are further guaranteed by the
corpe-ratlon at laigv.
2. This bylaw may be cited as the
"liOcai Improvement Debenture Guarantee Bylaw, 190*.
Done and passed In open council the
5th day of April, ... D., 1909.
Reconsidered, adopted and tinuiiy
passed lhe council the Hth day of
April, A  P.. 1909.
VV.   II    KKARY,
M.n vor.
VV, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
THE HOME PAPER
Is   the  Paper  That  Prints  All
the     Home     News.
The     Dally    New.
10c  a  Week.
CITY ELECTIONS.
Notice is hereby given to Uie electors of tlie city of .New Westminster
iluu 1 require the presence of the said
electors at the City Hall on Saturday,
the 17th day of April, 19.9, at 12
o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing one person as aid.naiun for the
said year of 1909.
The mode of nomination shall be as
follows:
Each candidate shall be nominated
in  writing,  the  writing shall   be subscribed  by  two  persons  as  proposer
and second-er, who shall be duly qualified electors of and residents In the
city, and such nomination paper shall
contain a statement signed by the person nominated    that he    consents to
such    nomination.      l'he    nomination
pajiers  shall  U' delivered  to the rote, ning officer  at  any  time  between
the date of this notice and one o'clock
p.m. of the 17th day of April, 1909. In
the event of a poll being necessary
such poll will be op* ued on the 24th
day of April, 1909, at 9 o'clock a.m..
and will remain open until 5 p.m. of
the same day ait the following pUices:
Council chamber, City Hall;   the flre-
hall, Sapperton;  and th.   waterworks
storehouse at the corner of Auckland
and Eleventh streets;  of which each
person Is required to take notice and
govern himself accordingly.
Given under my hand at the City
Hall, New Wre.tminster, the 7th day
of April,  1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Returning Officer.
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor Store
CHOICEST WINES,  BRANDIES,
ALES AND STOUT.
FAMILY'TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Phone 8. P. O. Box 18.
FRONT ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY APR|,   ff
190*.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie and Victoria streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1909.
THE ELEVATOR PROPOSITION.
to the mother country in the great
and Important work of protecting the
Empire's commerce, and also that Canada should see to lt that her maritime
interests are well safeguarded. Tln^
position of Britliyh Columbia, with Its
extensive range of seaboard, renders
it Imperative that efficient protection
should be furnished to prevent attack
by a hostile power, and it Is one of
the .questions now 'being considered
by British and Canadian statesmen
as to how this can be most satisfactorily done.
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The scheme to establish a terminal
grain  elevator  in   New   Westminster
ha.s Ireen moved some points forward
towards  realization   by  the  wise  decision of the council to grant a lease
of the old cannery site on Front street
���upon terms reasonable enough to encourage the promoters of the scheme
to proceed therewith.   The council has
agreed to grant a lease for five years,
upon the understanding that the cannery is utilised at once for some Industrial purpose, and  if within  this
period   the  proposed   elevator  should
go up, then the lease will .be renewed
for 25 years, with the option of a further renewal for a like term at the
end ef tbat period,   There are circumstances   which   render it  difficult  for
the promoters to decide how s-'oon it
will  be possible  to establish an elevator here with a fair prospect of success.   There is a feeling of uncertainty on the part of commercial men as
to how far the Panama canal or the
Tehuantopee   railway   will   vary    the
li*end of the merchandise traffic of the
world and to what extent these  two
great   undertakings   may   affect     the
western shipment of grain.   The Teh-
uantepec railway is one of the great
engineering feats of modern times and I
it is expected that wnen once this is I
in full oiivration merchandise will be
transmitted between Europe and the
l'ici.e  coast In  a  considerably   less
sjjace of time than is now possible by
tls combination of Atlantic liners and
triui.-K-ontinental  railways.    According
uj Mr. w. R. Gilley the Canadian ..lex-
ii-n steamship company is about to
iiitrottqce a service of large steamers
for  gr<uh\.c.rrying  from   the   Pacific
ports  via  the  Tehuantepec    railway,
and. if. this. Is. so it will not of course
inn necessary for the Westminster elevator  proposition  to  await the  com-
pljition of the Panama canal,    Still,
for the time being, the element of un-
cotainty to, vvliich we have referred
reinains, anG it' depends upon  which
way the cat jumps���to use a familiar
aifioiism���to decide whether a termini] elevator in this city can actually
hero me  a  paying  proposition.      The
conncll recogni-ed t.ii_ etement of un-
eij-tai.ty*, Viyd(vi.:."'-fe{ the applicants
fi**  years In  which  to  mature their
scfenie and decide aye or nay for the
elevator. This spirit of encouragement
tot. and. W pi-ojeict tlia-'t meaus-so very
niach to the commercial prosperity of
the  city  has   met. with   general    approval.
In the meantime the work of deepening and improving the river .to a
���rt.manent channel of thirty feet to
thr gulf will b. proceeding! The promoters will 'also be engaged in the
task of interesting the Alberta farmer,
in the proj.ct, for its success naturally'depends a good deal upon'the cooperation of the grain growers. They
will a.so seek the active assistance of
New Westminster people. Now that
the council have don*1 their part to
lacilitatie the c_rrying otit 'of the'
.clienii. It is very much *in the hands
of the ditlzeft. to promote Its final
...*cesi". -We hope-there Will be tfo
haJf In _rt__n~.���.��� about ttfelf support
of-'the 1 proposal, which, if c.rri.d to
fmiti-11, must play a very important
pad In the cdmniercWil development
of-ouri city. We are glad to see -h_t
ih. Beard of Trade has ta*ken the*1 mat-
ti r* up ___ bul.toeSs.lke .piri. .ind 1.
BhCwttHJ a deteifhinUiiot. to piuce' th'e
whule thin, an a .sound basis and pus?,
i|Jm tli.- ]iOint'*of !t_vmii|ilishmont.
As loathe elz% find'character of ttfe
elbvatbrl tio precise de.alls have'yet
Veil madS pwliHe. But we 'understand'
tinn in Is iniend.il in erect a substantial structure, -with umpFe storage ca-1
p ->���!:>. Bl ad v.\-|n.'iKlitiiV.   if, tHe neigh- j
bti-faoocP "f l-b0.000.    A eft-cumstance
tliiit in occurs' to us Will rHTiuir.  t_ be
considered id connection :wlth theJcan-
ii'Ty site i. tli* limited broa afforded
for th,: laying of a switch to Accomodate a grain train during'tho time of'
its   unloading.     -Th.   promoters   may
however haw plans in view that will
solve this apparent   difficulty,   Anv
way this is but one of the details capable o.'ai'ru_gu��n<|n/ uja't,^ W ma-
laliy Hffv't  ..ie1 nil'Important question of whether this port shall become
the   western   fiolrit' 0. -sliipmenl     for
Alberta grain.
WENATCHEE'8 POOR TO BE
BURIED FOR ONE CENT EACH
SUES LAWYER, ALLEGING
HE GAVE BAD ADVICE
Helena, Mont., April 16.���John
Rumplng filed suit today in the district court to recover $5000 damages
from O. F. Goddard, a lawyer, of Billings, -Mont., for alleged Incorrect legal advice.      Goddard  secured  a di-
: yorce for Rumplng and the latter remarried.      The    supreme    court    re-
, versed the lower court in the divorce
because of a defective complaint.
Rumplng, in his suit against the attorney, complains that he was humiliated
greatly by his arrest on a bigamy
charge as the result of the invalidation of bis divorce decree.
FIRE INSURANCE
If you are looking for a good reliable company in which to insure  your  property aqai.
fire let me  direct you to the  Liverpool and  London and Globe Fire   Insurance   Company  fo*   ^ bj
am agent for this city and district. Ich I
This company is known throughout the wide world as one of the   largest  and  financially
stitutions doing  business to-day.      If you will telephone me, write me, or advise me ln any L   T* in'
have a  policy you  wish  me to write, I will gladly call on you.    | issue my own po|icies __ tJ^at >��u
delay in letting you bave your policy.
15 n0
Let me write your next insurance for you.
J. J. JOHNSTON
Wenatchee, April 16.���Undertaker
E. F. Sprague, of this city, was awarded the contract for Burying tbe paupers who have to be buried by the
county, at a bid "of 1 cent for each
burial. This- is the cheapest 'bid that
has been put in for work of this kind,
but Undertaker Sprague has assured
the county commissioners that he will
live up to his contract.
DUPONT BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
��� PHONE  169.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I will
not be responsible for any debts contracted in my name unless accompanied by my own order.
Dated at Mt. Lehman, B. C, April
15, 1909.
R. COGHLAN.
HERE'S WHERE YOU GET VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY, MR. WORKWOMAN.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
! ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
For Wheat,  Barley, Oats, Chops,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay,
etc., ask us.      We will see that  you   get  it  promptly.
���HI
I Special Sale of 50 dozen Men's Diamond Stripe {lib
I Overalls, usual value $1.25,75c a pair to clear, nowonly
These are a good value Striped Bib Overall. Braces
attachable at back with elastic ends. Seven pockets
and all double sewed.   Made of eight-ounce Denim.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
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PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
Phone 335,
WANT
186 COLUMBIA STREET.       P. O. Drawer 100.
"GET THE HABIT"
SPECIAL FOR TODAY
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 for25c
Jersey cream, large can. 2 for 25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can  10c
Assorted Jams, regular price 25c bot.,
3 for 50c
BUTTER,   EGGS, and   NO. 1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICcS.
Pie Plates
(Rockingham)
lOc^yiSc
EACH
Adams & Deans
The Pair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and Bell for the same
Saturday, April 17th
The  l-dgar Forrest Co.   Presents
Tbat Odd Comedian
Harry Beresford
And a Remarkably Clever Company In
"Who's Your friend"
By Harry and Ed. Paulton. Great-
' est Comedy Success of    New    York,
Chicago, London. S..n Francisco, The
[Laughing Sensation bi   the    P&oJflc
Coast Now.   Two Weska at .Seattle.
CONCERT
Westniinstc Choir
50  VOICES
Orchestra  of   14  Instruments,
"Hear  My  Prayer" M.-ndeUsoli)
Selection���"Elijah"  ..   .. Mend-lssolJ
Selection���"Tannhanser" .. ...sol
SOLOISTS
Miss  Munn, Soprano
Mr.  Clement Qose, Baritone.
Mr.  J.   S.  Cameron,  Violin
St.    Andrews    Presbyterian   Churcll
Thursday evening, April 22, 8 o'ciocj
ADMISSION   50c.        CHILDREN 2SJ
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JOHNSTONS
^. YOU CAN COME
TO OUR STORE
.BLINDFOLDED.
Our Oxfords
If it was possible to make and sell
better Low Shoes than the sort we
offer our trade, we would have them.
Our Oxfords don't gap and they don't
slip at the heel. The prices, too, will
please you���$4-00 to $5.00 will buy the
best patent leather, tan, or calf shoe
you would want to wear.
{$ Special Oxford Styles
"Warwick"   oxblood oxfords, broad, medium and pointed
.per, pair   ..   .,.,,.,.'  .',.   ...    $.00 to $4.50
"Maximum" all  patent  oxfords,    a    stylish    shoe,   per
pair.'... $4.50
l'<: ���*][ .    .���,.< way this is but one of the details
^ ' v.' JO   ': Pable of&UibdbM (-{aljdfW
2.   M_f_'���' ��' terIa"y ���^ all' importa.t \
'���'.. ?5;vi|u_ii_|K'l! 1 ""ti ��f whether this port shall beet
{/)f(.yAi, DE
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n m"i
Tli. _8_._-i_.f__s-<t>i��ke_ af Hie Board
of Trade inn. ling on T_.l-sd.iy evening with regard to the .nestion of
naval defrnev . giv> fxnrea-slon, to a
sentiment tnat animates the people
thrgughoul thlq greai Dominion, and
Indeed thVough^pt th. ��*h/ile Bngllsli
speaking world; It [_ fll thai the colonies '.oi.il *.ivc -tIn ij jitit-eni -iiippori
NOTE
Where you .will ordinarily pay $7.00 for your
shoes you can buy as good from us at from $4.50 to
$6.00 a pair.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
���THE  LARGEST   SHOE. HOUSE   IN  B. C
New Westminster, B. C.
MR. DRESSER:
WE   BELIEVE   IN   DOING WHAT
THEN  DOING  IT AGAIN   "OMORROW.
WE   HAVE  BUILT  OL   .  BUSINESS   BY
BODY ALIKE.
WE DON'T JUGGLE WITH PRICES.
WE TELL YOU  PLAINLY THAT WE MAKE A PROFlT-
WE WANT ONLY A FAIR PROFIT ON  WHAT WE SELL YOU.
-,lC(v   HOW
IF EVERY ONE  IN  THIS COMMUNITY   ONLY   KN.w     --_
HARD WE WORK TO PLEASE THEM IN CLOTHES WE *V0
SELL EVERY SUIT THAT IS SOLD IN  THIS CITY
$10.00 TO $25.00 WILL BUY YOU  A  GOOD  ALL WOOL
SUIT
OF CLOTHES
REID & CO
PROPER CLOTHES
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urday'i
APRIL 17, 1909-
THE  DAILt  NEWS.,
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PAGE FIVE.
THE
CASH
STORE
T. H. Smith
*****
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THE
CASH
STORE
The Wisdom
of Buying Now
Is Apparent
We have advertised on this page a number of good
things so very lowly priced that it must bring you
here to shop this week.   We give you quality, we
give you selection and we give you satisfaction.
Great Showing of Dress Ginghams
and Chambrays at 12 l~2c Yd
OVER 48 PIECES OF GINGHAM   AND   CHAMBRAY,   PLAIN  SELF  COLORED   FANCY   STRIPES
AND CHECKS,     THE   VERY THING FOR GIRL'S SCHOOL DRESSES, AT, PER YARD .12 1-2c
Another Offering of High
Grade Linen Table Cloths
$7.50  CLOTHS   FOR  $4.00.
DO YOU REALIZE WHAT THIS MEANS TO YOU? IF YOU HAVE ANY NOTION AT ALL OF
PURCHASING A GOOD TABLE CLOTH FOR LESS THAN THE COST OF MANUFACTURE, THEN
INJUSTICE TO YOURSELF SEIZE HOLD OF THIS OPPORTUNITY. THE CLOTHS ARE 2 1-2, 3,
AND 3 1-2 YARDS LONG AND ARE MADE OF THE VERY FINEST SATIN DAMASK. THEY ARE
BORDERED ON THE FOUR SIDES AND HAVE A BEAUTIFUL CENTRE PIECE EFFECT, SUCH
AS ROSES,   LILIES,   SHAMROCKS,   ETC.       REGULAR  $7.50 VALUES FOR    $4.00
$2.50 Waists for $1.25
A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF   FINE   LAWN   WAISTS WITH   LONG   SLEEVES,   PLAIN    TAILORED
AND FANCY LACE AND  EMBROIDERY TRIMMED; ALL SIZES.      ON   SALE   AT $1.25
A Special Showing of
Dress Goods at 75c Yd
IN  CHEVRON   STRIPE AND   TWO   TONE   EFFECTS;   MAKES A SPLENDID SUITING; COLORS
GREY, TAUPE. CATAWBA, NAVY, BROWN, COPENHAGEN AND    GREEN.      ON     SALE    AT,  PER
YARD...  75c
2000 Yards of Fine
Victoria Lawn at 9c Yd
TW0 QUALITIES. 31   AND 40 INCHES WIDE;   SPLENDID SHEER    QUALTY;   A TRULY     MAR-
EL��US LAWN FOR THE  PRICE,  9c YARD,   12  YARDS  FOR ::T"'.$*Too
A Big Offering in
Torchon Laces and Insertions
>M��U-
������'���SB_REG*  10c VALUES FOR 5c PER YD. ,,:    'rflgW^Xk.
��0  DIFFERTNT KINDS OF TORCHON  LACES AND INSERTIONS.    WIDTHS    FROM     1
3 INCHES WIDE.       WE   HAVE  NEVER  SHOWN A BETTER     RANGE.       YOUR   CHOICE
F�� . PER Y
OVER
INCH TO
'ARD
5c
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Dress musli
Chambrays
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NewdRe._Muslins
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NEW   RIBBONS
NEW  LACES
NEW VEILINGS
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City News
The S.-nator Jansen, of the Fraser
River mills, was at the B. C. E. R.
wharf yestei day.
Ice Cream daily, Dainty Tea Rooms.
Mr. Justice Morrison will be in th.
clty today to take supreme court
chambers.
Easter lilies at Tidy's, the ilorist.
Phone 184. ���*
The junior Templars of Temperance
held a successful skating party at the
Pythian rink yesterday evening.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davie,   .reenbouse, B208, *.
A supper, announced to be given this
evening in the Oddfellows hall by the
Maccabees, is unavoidably postponed
to a later date,
Hans Voglsang Poultry Food is the
best. At your grocers and druggist. *
The Fruhling dredge has not -een
at work this, week pending the transfer of the papers from the German
owners to the Canadian government.
The death has taken place of Sam
Kee, a Chinaman from Chilliwack,
and the interment will be made at the
Douglas street cemetery today.
. Remember the dramatic recital to
lie given in the basement of St. Paul's
church by A. P. Brown and other artists on Monday, April 26th, ** ,
Rev. Dr. Rochestor, western secre- i
tary of the Lord's Day Alliance, will |
be in the city today. Ile expects to |
be on the coast for about two weeks,   j
A sale of work and ire cream social |
held under the auspices of the Ladles'
Aid of  Knox church,  Sapperton, yes- ]
terday evening, added the sum of ?36
to the church funds.
A man named Peter Lien, who has
resided eight years in the United
State-, and was found drunk on Thursday, was deported by Immigration Officer Corbett yesterday.
Tlu- names of the six letter carriers
required by the postoffice in this city
in view of inauguration of the postal
delivery, have been submitted to Ottawa  for approval.
J. .L Crompton has bought out the
interest of Mr. H.raing in the Crystal theatre, and has taken over thv
entire management himself. Mr.
Compton expects to put on some novel features next week.
Mr. Woodward leaves for England
today with an insane man who Is being sent back to tlie country of his
birth at the charge oi his friends. The
man h���.-> been temporarily at the provincial   asylum.
The resumed meeting of the B. C. A.
L. A., will be held in this city today,
when the schedule for this season's
games will be drafted. The rules
of the organizations, the Canadian
Amateur Federation, and the National
Lacrosse Union, which are required to
amend the constitution, have now arrived, so that progress may be made.
A iand B Companies, Sixth Regiment
D. C O. R., will parade to St. Andrews' church tomorrow morning,
when a special sermon will be preached by Rev. J. S. Henderson, who will
take for his subject, "Solomon's
Shields- of Gold." Capt. Johnston
and Lieut. Cunningham will be in command of A Company, and Capt. Corbett, Lleuts. Webber, Corbould and
Tuck will have charge of the men of
B Company. A full turnout is expected.
The death has taken place of .Mary-
Jane Herdon at the early age of 2ti,
from tuberculosis, at the residence of
friends, in this city, where she was
visiting. Deceased was a young mar-
ried woman of Fort William, Ontario,
and the body will be shipped east for
interment.
Martin Daiber, of Vancouver, has
asked the provincial police to assist
him in locating a team of Clydesdale
horses, a new wagon and harness,
value over $600, wh.-cn he hired to a
man named Arthur Peiin, to plough at
Langiey, and of which he ha8 lost
trace. A man of this name was .at
Langley some weeKs ago, but lett
without any address, so far as it 13
known.
T. F. Phillips, bookkeeper at the
Reichenbach meat market for some
time past, and prominently associated
with a number of temperance and
Christian Endeavor societies in this
city, will sever his connection with
that firm today, and will shortly leave
the city. His future movements are
as yet undecided.
TALK
ABOUT  ROCKERS,  CHAIRS  AND COUCHES.     WHY?    JUST   SEE   OUR
STOCK, FROM $1.00 UP.    WE HAVE     A    MONOPOLY    ON    THIS    LINE
CARPETS GALORE IN SQUARES FROM   $7.00   UP.      LOOK    INTO   THE
LEADING  FURNITURE   STORE.
W.  E.  FALES
Furniture Dealer, Uphol .terer and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
Eastman's
Kodaks
and
Amateur
Photo
Supplies
Agents
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters for  Spectacles from   50
Cents up.
Today when there is so much talk of "snappy,"
"nobby" or "smart" footwear one wonders why.
It is because of the ever present desire for something new.
"All Americas" meet the demand for 1909 with
just the same old quality that has made
All America
..Shoes..
the  standard for fine footwear  both  of  Canada  and
the United States.
This is no mere talk.    The talk is verified in the
goods themselves.
We're  proud  of every shoe    our clerks    show���
and you'll be proud of  them  when  they  are yours.
No point  leading  to perfection has been overlooked.
Examine  them  and  try to find any flaw���if you can.
ii
SOLE AGENT
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE   RELIABLE  SHOE   MAN.
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and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk-when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies..
Let me quote you figures.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 62.
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY   *T"WS.
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LACROSSE;
STICKS
McBREARTY'S AND  LALLY'S,
ALL FINE STICKS.
AT
MOREY'S
665 Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
flSHERY EXPERTS
I PLANS FILED   FOR
LAST LINK OF C. N.
R.
HAI 1_ r/VIPPDFU. . Toronto, April itl.���The la.s_ loca-
1.111.1/   tUf.rLl-Ll.il PlanH for  ���he construction of a
kranch line which will give the Cana-
 dian Northern Railway rail and water
, connection  between  Quebec  city and
Professors Starr and Jordan; Edmonton have been .led with the do-
��� t.       i_      _ m      minion board of railway oommlsalon-
to Compare Results of Ex-|er(.    u ls not stated when this oft.
discussed French River-Ottawa line
will b|j completed, but construction
work has already been started on the
connecting link from Hawkesbury toward Ottawa. The new line will be
single 'rack, and will extend from
Ottawa past Pembroke,
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
tensive Investigations.
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NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PM.LVAM4 SMITH. (M.
MM AJVTHHACITt COAL
-OSEPH   MAYERS
Successor tp
Mayers <��. Prvston
Office, Fro_t St., Foot of Sbcfth
P. 0. Box 345. Phone 105
Stanford University, Cai., April 16.���
Prof. E. K. Prince, woo represents tbe
British government on the international fisli commission, has arrived here
to confer witn David stair Jordan,
the I .lit.d States commissioner appointed by former President Roosevelt." ��
Tlie  I wo    commissioners  will com-      (;���|,i,jeld,    \ev.,      April    16.-l
pare the results obtained by their In-1 whkl|l started in a photograph gallery
vesiigatkins in preparation of a final ] .[|)(11|1  s 0-ciOCh iast ntgi_t for a time
Leave Langley at 8.00 a.m.; arrive
at Port Haney at -:1. a.m.. arrive at
.McAdam Landing at -*-:_(. a.m.; arrive at Hammond at S:40 a.m.; ani v.'
at Port Kells at 8:00 a.m.; arrive al
New Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave New Westminster at 4:00 p.-
jm.;  arrive at Port Kells at aiiiO pm.|
arrive al Hammond at 6:00 p.m.; ar-
���! rive al McAdams Landing at 615 p.m.;
arrive at Port Haney at 6:1TB p.m.; ar-
I rive at Langley ut 7:00 p.m,
Leaving   B.  &   K.   Wharf,  daily' ex
cept Saturday.
PANIC  IN THEATRE
NARROWLY   AVERTED
SATURDAY, Ap���
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Northern  Cro
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNl��_G
THE ONLY BANK WITH HEAD  OFF
PAID UP CAPITAL	
ICE   'N THE WEST.
Savings depositors find  it  profitable
to place  their accounts with  this Bank
account
SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS
conveniont
One do
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Hai will
ctory
��Pen an
AT ALL ERANGHES.
S. S. TRANSFER
Manager. A. F. D.  LACE, New West
minster,
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eode of laws governing the international fishery relation.1* of the two
countries
drawn up a separate set of laws. The
final eode will be sent to President
Taft, who will submit it to congress.
Tlie eode will also be presented to the
British parliaments. If ibe combined
code is ratified, its provisions will apply lo all the fishing wafers 'contiguous m t_e l'nited States and Canada.
POSTAGE   STAMP SALES
REACH  BIG TOTAL.
threatened Hie destruction of the entire business portion of this camp.
Bach representative Has; X()( un.., f01]]. ,.,_,, buildings, comprising almost a block, and losses estimated at $100,000 had been caused.
were the flames got under control.
A panic was narrowly averted In a
theatre in tbe path of the fire, which
was crowded with people. The playhouse was emptied In less than three
minutes.
CALIFORNIA TOWNS
SHAKEN
BY QUAKES
Edison Theatre
Arvm;>ted    Picture,     and
e
Soi*gs.
Ottawa, April n;.-Tlie superintend-;     0 (,,nrI0   Ca]    Apr��� ]G,_}!<)tll lnl.
eni  of postofflces has jusi  published i    r]al   ^     B]   ..i])n.0    oxp<.vionr,,|
���    ' ���" '!"��� >'.""i- ��������� \i ��!thT��e distinct earthquake shocks last
night at intervals of several seconds.
���arthqua.'-s  were  preceded    by
loud rumblings.    Buildings were sha-
reoelpts, and shows progress in Hie at- ; ken> win,,0Wf;   rattled] nm, dish-- r,at.
Illustrated :tiii!'s  ol'   ,hi��  department   since  1908. j^--^ m nQ ,,.,���,���._,, ,���... (,on^
I well as Cor the fiscal year terminating
I with  that   month.      The report  indi- U
' i in
.cafes a very eonsiderulile increase in
Commencing April 1st the steamer
'Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for La lm r,
Westham Island and way pons. Saturday at �� p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND SATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham Island
every week day morning, exci pt Friday, at 7a.m., and Ladner T 15 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham island 'i a.m.
and Ladner at 6:45 a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rati 9 apply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
.Mar,,.
Butler Ann
Fourth Avenue and Mario-, sj
SEATTLE
rates!
Room $1 p;r day up.
Room and board $2.50 per day,
r-som with bath $2.50 per day ,
Room with bath and board $4 per|
All mil vi. . a I
water    '��� : -t-.incei
phone. 'Bu . ..
CARL] TO . GILBER1
iKwo"
iH.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Firagnun changed Moaday, Wednesday an<_ Friday. Special matinee .for
ladie? and children, Saturdays a.t _:.0
p.m.
domxoenoilig   Monday,   March   .29.,
our p��.rforman<.     wi.   star:    ���t 7:351
.sharp.      Each performance  run,  one |
hour u.d 30 minutes. Nothing but the (
latest moi-ing fiieturt  and  illttfitrat.ed
pongs -will be ots exhiiiition at the Edison theatre.     Music furnlshel by the
Edison orchestra.     TKm't fail -do hear
and   see   them   ���
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c
F. L. KERR. Mar.ager.
L908,
March Hist the sale of Stamps' amount- i
e.l to th.. sum of $S.'1X,_.0.2(), compared ;
with $7_.,0S2.60 in .March, 1908, aa. |
$460,OT7.20 in March. 1903, or an in- j
crease of $94,127.60 on the first and |
|1_7-,133.-D0 on the last. For the last !
tw.ive months, these receipts com-
pjtred wiih $8,6_B,'370.05, the prreced
'ing year, and $5,127,-61.30 In  l9V'i.
MADE IN CANADA       ^aser River Service
lairr
!
"Deny Newspaper Sale.
Hegina,    Sask., April    15.���Reports
published throughout th.- wesi to the I
effect  that the Conservative party lias
bought out the Standard and the "West j
newspapers  here, are denied, so far, :
at least, as the Standard is ctjBcernefl.
Crystal Theatre
THE  DYNAMITE DUEL
TVIISADVENTURES
SHERIFF
OF   A
IN THE DAYS OF LOUIS.. IV
GENDARME FOOLED
lllustrati-d Song
RED WING
Matinees 2 to 5.
Admission    10c.
Evening ,7 p.m.
Children   5c.
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CHURCH
SERVICES
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PerfumeD
READY FOR UEF.IN ANY QUANTITY
For makin* SOAP, .oflcning water, r.
TT' oUI .P""1'- *Ji��infecling .i.*-..
clo.cU and .dram, .rd for man. other
purpoie.. A can cquala 20 lb.. Sal Soda.
Sold i.     , ... hac.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
��� Toronto, Oat.
Str. Ramona:
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SATURDAY,
at S a.m., calling at following points:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskin, SUverdale, Mt.
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    llatzlc j
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas una :
Chilliwack.    Retumiag  leaves  ChllU
j wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 a.m.    Excellent    passeng--.-
I accomodation.    Lowest Freight rate-.
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO.,  Ui.
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Wertminsta
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The American OLIVER visible writing. Can do what
other first-class machines can do, and more. has
improvements equal to other first-class machines,
and more. A cash price and on time pi ice. Sole.
""*9rT!S    ; 'ti direct  agents.
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Sunday, April 18.
HOl.Y TRINITY Rev. A. fihildrich, ,
:ecuu.     Holy communion at S a.niv '
Matins and Bermon al 10:30 a.m., foi- | 	
lowed  by ordination sarvtoe.;    _."veu- '    Take notice that an appnoation baa
song and sermon m  7 p.m.    Sunday !__een made to register the xmrporation
LAND   ,R����ISTRY   ACT.
INOW
MANAGER, J. M. COM!-TON
of the Township or .District of Mis-
l-jdon, as the owner In fee simple, un-
l.der.a tax sale dead rrom the collector
! of Mission Municipality, to the corpo-
'.ration of the Town-hip or District of
Mission, bearing date the 7th day of
October, A. D., 1S08, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in the District of New Westminster,
CHAPEL��� lin tiie province of British Columbia,
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MONEY SAVED IS
MOINf Y EARNED
A savings account in this bank is
a ."���afe investment, it jjay.w you com-
pound interest and is ready cash any
time you want it. Church societies,
fraternal organizations, clubs, dad-
unions and business associations will
find it convenient to have surpliu
funds in a savings account, subject
to the control of two or more officers.
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
sehol nt 2:30 p.m.
QUEEN'S AVENUE ME'fJiO_US*T���
Rev. W. H. Barraclough, Li.A,, pastor.
Regular services at 11 '_m. and 7 *e.m.
Sunday school and UibJe classes at
2.:30 p.m. Rev, F. A. Miagee vuii
preach in the morning and In tiie
eveninj: the pastor will conduct a r.e-
ceptiojii s'livice U>\- new members,
FREE METHODIST
Eighth street, between Tilled and' more particularly _iki.wh and do-
.Fourth avenues. Class meefJxig at 10 .scribed as Lot 12, in Blffiek ;86 of iLot
a.na. P_e*abiiy_ at 11 a.m.; Sunday -I'-, Group 1, being purl of the north-
school, 2:30 ji.m. There wiil he no West quarter Qf Section 37, Town-hip
evening Kirviee. Ada Porma��, <evan- liTj southwaHt quarter of northeast
:gelist. l|Ulirter of aQutliwest  quarter  of  Bec-
tirjn 28, Township  17;   west half of
\w-'.st half of Mcthwest riuarter of Sac-
��� fieai  35,  Townstlp   17;   subdlvi-ioa .li
of south half of southeast quarter cd'
class 2:30    p.m. Section 29, To-vjM.bip IT.
"Solomon--. Cold Shields," aj    ywu ant] (linSr eialming througi o.
sermon to the men ot A and If Coia- under you and  all  persons claiming
panies, Sixth D. C. O. R.; evening, *'.. Lny intefest ,��� lhi, ���,,, ,.tn(| ,JV Wj.,U4,
Man Greatly D. loyed." Lf  .,,..
is the time you should i;. t ridof that
old furniture and ;>ut in some di w
goods.
We pay the highest possible P'i'" -
for second-hand goods and w*. unable to sell y.u almost anything you
require in tli-? w.y of furniture as wil
aa hundreds of other useful articles,
new and second-hand. When yoc
| want a square deal all around go to
A. Speck's
New and Second-Hand Store
Just received���n -hipm.nt of ik-w
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, ty;��e-
wrlters, and ligfct automatic maenjr.-
ery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man on   the Wheel."
Spring Cleaning
A Hi-sells Carpel Sweepi r
1- a f^rr-a: help to the housewife in Spring cleaning time.
We also have Jap-a-lftc, llap-a-
lac, Liquid Veneer, etc., for
brightening up the furniture.
Call in and Inspect our stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
���ity
!li!'��M     (
M_W
New Spring Goods
JUST ARRIVED.
Exactly  the   material you   want   for
suits made to order.    Perfect fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
GET YOUR SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor Hotel  Block, P. O. Box 644,
New Westminster.
ST. ANDREWS PRbJBDYTERlAN���
Rev.  J.  S.  H.ndejson,    pastor.    Ser-.
school    and
Morn inj;
Bible
WEST END METHOJIST���Rev. P.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday .school at 2:30 p.m; Epworth
League Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at S p.m. .Morning, 'Rev. w. if. Barraclough wlll
preach. Pastor's evpninK subject,
������The National Rest Day."
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
R. M. Thompson, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at
���-2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday
evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening. Rev, E. D. Braden wi I
preach morning and evening. Evening subject, 'Character."
unregistered Instrument, and
.ill persons claiming any interest iu
the saiil land by descent, whose title Is
nm registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," are required
Ui contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five jays from the
date of tin- first publication of thla
notice upon you, ana in default of a
cave.it or certificate of Us pendens
being filed within such period, or in
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will ibe forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or ln respect of
the said land, and 1 shall register the
corporation of the Township or Dis-
trlol  of .Mission as owner thereof in
The Model Bakery
And f hereby direct that publication
]of this notice for thirty days in a
daily newspaper published in New
H. C. Mark & Son.-, corner ..urtii Westminster will be good .and suffl-
avenue and Second street, maniiftictitr- ,.;,.���, serv*ce thereof
ers of celebrated home-made bread, ,,lh,(l a| (h_ La))(, Registry Offlc��
always sweet; also choice cakes ami ,, ,v Westminster, province of British
cookies, on,- Barley Bread is regli ,., ,���lMa (||i. m r]liv of Ap,.n, A. D.,
tered Al ai New Westminster. 'Phon
436 rn- call one of our obliging drlt
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEW.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
r" Henry Menetry, Maria  Kltchln,
II.   Meishon,     John   Mohrman,   '!'.
atl William Neal,
P. O. Box 474.       Tel, __.       Res. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
.. Westm inster..
PALMER   J7
BROS. TWO
AND FO_H
���CVCLE
GASOLINE
EN.INKS  I
WE  ARE   READY TC   SHOW
you how it is ch< ipi i I ���������>:���
high-clas.-*' building ��� aterials
than it Is lo purchasi ft. I*-"1"'
er kind. We can jx ���>��� M
buildings buHt With ( II wat'''
rials  thai   ie .v   :���     repair"
We   ean   polnl   to        '���   "th,'rB
that need repairs all ���'-"' r'm'
But they were not built of out
materials. See < " r"1'
cheapness lies ?
GILLEY BROS., ltd.
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
renfh Street,  ���   New Westminster
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
t++++++++***��"l\
Electric Railway Service
City   Line:   Cars  leave
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
offlce on tbe hour, twenty
utes   after,   and  forty
train
niln-
tnlnutes
after, commencing at B.20 0-
Sapperton   Lint:   Cars   e
,     ,       ..iter  the  'l0U '
at  ten  minute*- alt* r ,"<���
halt past and fifty mivam �����
the hour, commencing �����
a. m.
Sunday service
tween 8:8(1 a. tn
_,alMK>urlyllfr
and 11 .  m-
British Columbia Electric Ry- Co.M \
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE  I
NEW5 TL.*FtDAY-
1.PRIL 17, 1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
w>
ss
If*"   aiestininster
III. St., Vancouver,
ou want to
',:::i;,.(.;;ou conducted
���"S implement auction held
villa;' m'
ornin. on Westminster
every
iver market
Saturday morning
ill
r_lti_ stove;
1 express
(ia. 'J
Room '���'
;; wagons, near-
wagon; 1 horse
EQUIPMENT FOR G. T. P.
CUMES ON UHbAI NUKTHEKN
Thirty     Locomotives,   Four     Hundred
Cars and Ten Cabooses Are
Shipped to Prince Rupert
THE STAGE
Seattle,
ot new   furniture   halt
��� Hamley block.     Key
y^t street.   Phone A489.
ir Spring
les
i
Goods for|
���epiarante'-
n_hlD.
Apri] 16.���An unusual sight
win be pre.- nte,i in iattle Bllort|y
when 30 locomotives, i ,, box and ttat
curs and lu cabooses will arrive here
over the Great Northern railway lor
the Grand Trunk Pacific railway and
will be shipped from this port to
Prince Rupert,
j     The  Grand  Trunk  Pacific  I      also
having a shipment of 22,000 -ons of
J     r__-__Al__A__ 'railS   SefU   iiroul"1   lh"     Horn     trom
aH(l    UCllUemWljHalifax in sailing ships.    Added    to
these rails will be 12,000 tons of rails
f   niat'-rial     for | which will reach the coast by way of
       or    the
Great Northern railway from the steel
mills at Sault Ste Marie. All tins
equipment will be .hipped to Prince
Rupert for the extension of the I'a-
cifie coast and of th- new line east
from it.-�� western terminus.
' m"[:oitumes and suitings has j the Canadan Pacific railway
jrrf-i
a perfect fit and good
ING YUEN
IL. On Wo _  Co.   Block,
Columbia and   Mclnnes   Sts.
P, O. Box 665.
TENDERS WANTED.
LAWYER GETS THIRTY FIVE
BRASS WATCHES FOR  FEE
"Who's   Your   rriend?"
0f the man;, piaya thiu have been
produced during the past and present
seasons, th, one big genuine 'hit' ot
all the comedies has been awarded
by popular consent to "Who's Your
Friend." a comedy by the famous authors of "Kriiiinie," ,.ind ..Nlope," and
which  will be seen here tonight.
The play abounds In quaint humour,
shrewd eccentricity, perfect naturalness, and a delicate thread of pleasing romance cleverly lnerwoven into
an interesting plot.
As a comedian Mr. Beresford has
long established hia reputation
throughout the country, and in MS
present creation he portrays a comedy that is of a dry. droll, spontaneous style that impels laughter.
The managing director, Edgar Forrest, will present en tour the exact
New York production in every detail,
and with almost the same Identical
cast as seen during the long run in
N.w York, nnd headed .y Harry
Beresford.
Ur.- will   i
B-llingham,    April    16.- Thv   live
watches,   more   or   less   plated    and
I bony,  is the reward Attorney A. C.
Durham, of  this city,    has    received
elved by the un- \ for handling the case in which Charles
ped u.   to Monday,    3rd  May,
jL -,       : iy of vitrified  and
.(tone-are sewer pipes of the
.,L..     i inches, 6 inches, 8
London was charged, and convicted,
Of larceny. Just where the watches
came from originally it is not known,
but it is known, or at least the jury-
10 Inches, 12 inches, and 15 j mpn so found, that London has a ha-
���-���  of    ihe afor.-
|_ies  with   4   inch    junctions,
.- etc     Tenders for pipes
f. ;ii foot, bends and
tper number.      Pi->es to
ed as may    be required to
By   street    sewerage   system,
I of which   can be   s.en at the
engineer's   offlce.      A    sample
ly marked to be delivered with
:������        Ten l< rs are    also re-
��� ! rock to be d.liv-
ren: rs Bre also required for
id cement   to be delivered as
' the foregoing mate.
lai I* .tn at the city engine, r's
f ".d.-r not neces-
|tl ������ ti :
W, \  DTJNCAN,
City Cl-erk.
I. Hill      I 14, 1909.
bit of extracting jewelry from the owners thereof. Durham has sold the
time pieces at auction.
WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
Aetna Active.
Paris, April I.���A despatch, received here from Naples says that
Mount Aetna is in eruption, and that
showers of cinders have fallen on Catania. Many of the inhabitants, the
despatch says, have fled. Stromboli,
lt Is asserted, is also active.
point of beginning, containing ,by estl
matlon 60 acres more or less.
Dater at White Hock, B. C, February 23, 1999. E. W. LEBSON.
HK.NRY T   THRIFT, Agent
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over $16S,000,000.0..
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
D.strict of  Surrey.
Take  notice,  that  Henry   T.  Thrift |
Intends to    apply  for    permission to
notice tha*.  the    undersigned ' leaso the    following    described land:
tne hou. the com-   Commencing at a post planted where
l��      inds tor i*.rmis_ion to   the  southerly  boundary    of    lot uOb,
>the  undermentioned    lands  in   group two (2), New Westminster dis-
f-Mti   ister district: J trict   intersects    the    quarter section
'-���������      at a point  where the , line,  prolonged,    running    north and
iltoe(prol ���: ed)  running east) south through section two  I-). town-
lint between sections seven (7) .ship one (1); thence south 160 rods,
f .tta-n (li), Intersects tbe west-   thence east 160 rods; thence north to
f boundary of lot 505, group two ; a point 200 feet south of the before
pew Westminster district; thence ! mentioned southerly   boundary of lot
My lOfl feet, thence southerly and 6v8,  group two  (2);   thence easterly
"���I parallel to in. westerly and' parallel  to  the said southerly  boun-
fcerly bo:
Take notice that an application has
been made to register George Adams
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Mayor and
Treasurer of the City of New Westminster, to George Adams, bearing
date the 25th day of September, A.D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, iying and being in the City of
New Westminster, in the Province of
Briti-h Columbia, more particularly
known und'described as Subdivisions
15 and 16 of Lot 8, Suburban Block
11.
You uud those claiming through ot
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
tho said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the Land Registry Act, are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this notice upon you, and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being
filed within such period, or ln default
of redemption before registration,
you and each of you will be forever
r���'��������� "���"��� '    isterly parallel with
���"I south, rly   boundary   of   tha
111 lot
���tindary  ot  the   said   lot   dary of lot 505, gToup two (2), to a ^^
f<0the cet.tr.. line (prolonged) run- j point 62 rods north of the 4luh paral-1 estopped and    debarred from setting
Shorthand Boutb tnorugh section   lei of north latitude;  thence west tojUp any claim to or ln respect of the
'���'. town hip   one    (1),    New j low  water mark and 62 rods distant j gaid land, and I shall register George
*< .   district;    thence   south | from the said 49th parallel of north   Adams as owner thereof in fee.
latitude; thence souf, 62 rods; thence      And  I  hereby  certify  that  public.
east to the point where the southerly i tion of this notice for thirty days in
��� to a point  immediately ],boundary  of  lot   505,  group two   12)   ft daily newspaper published in Ne*
of,':'     rn wnere the centre Iintersects the before mentioned 49th Westminster will be good and suffl-
,;r' inning east or west' parallel of north latitude; then follow-   .lent service thereof.
n   (10),   intersects   lng the said southerly boundary of lot ;     Dated at the Land Registry Office,
jKmark- thence north along 605, group two (2), to the point ol  New Westminster  province of British
��� ���    aid lot 505   commencement, containing by estlma- Columbia,  this   16th  day   of    March.
Joe;,:        ' I     dd centreline of   tion  two    Hundred    and    forty acres   A. D. 1309.
Un ''"'        ��� ��� cts high-water j more or less.
and northerly!    Dated at  White Rock,  B.  C. this
w, and    westerly i 22nd day of February. 1909.
*��darv':' - lot 505 to the' ' HENRY T. THRIFT.    !
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To    Thomas      William       McColm,
Charles W. Wise. Caroline A. Jack.
Mutton,
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   BY
Ihe Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Co-umbia Street. New Westminster
PHONE 101.
obin
Hood
Flour
IS DIFFERENT
It is
the
New
Flour
All
Western
Canada
Is
Interested
In
We are not making this announcement for the purpose of describing the
superior qualities of "ROBIN HOOD" Flour. We intend you to find them out
for yourself. We want you to find them out as quickly as possible, because we
know for an absolute certainty that once you have tested it thoroughly you will
never use any but "ROBIN HOOD" Flour afterward. That has always been our
experience, and we feel sure it will be the same in New Westminster.
Now note wrhat we are doing. We are sending our staff of "ROBIN
HOOD" girls into New Westminster to call upon every home. They will call
upon you. They will tell you something about "ROBIN HOOD" Flour, about
the way it is made, the quality of wheat it is made of, and they will give you
some idea of what makes "ROBIN HOOD" Flour different from other flours. . It
is the flour you should use.   It will prove its superiority.
All over the West "ROBIN HOOD" Flour is making a tremendous impression.   Join the thousands of happy users.
Look for the "ROBIN HOOD" girls and be sure to give them an order.
They will visit you in a day or two.
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
B_.._.'
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
fr___j
Re the north portion 17 by 5 chains'
(S  1-2  acres)  of    subdivision  12 and |
the north    portion  10 by    chains  (5
acres),  of  subdivision  13  of  Lot 79,
Group 1,  map 536, New Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the los3 of certificate of title number 2720F, issued in
the name_ of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
ha. been filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the city of New "Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing,
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, March 22, 1909.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
NEW   WESTMINSTER  CITY
ASSESSMENT.
Court of Revision
Notice ls hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 1909 has
been returned to me, and remains in
my offlce where it may be Inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
Of Revision.
The first siitiug of the Court of He-
vision on the said assessment roll will
>.' held at the City Hall In the said
city on Wednesday, the 12th day of
M iy next, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon.
Any person intending to appeal
against the assessment must do so ln
writing to be filed with the city clerk
at least seven days before the first
sitting of the court.
W .A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City Hall, April 7. 1909
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce,
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends. Sailing from
St. John.
Empress of Britain April 23
Empress of Ireland May 7
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of  Britain    May 21
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
A  CANADIAN  iA
W   PACIFIC   yfr'
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Westminster
Transfer Co.
������fllce "Phone 18b.     nam 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
The scenic transcontinental railway
equipped With through dining first
class sleep, rs and dining ears. Atlantic express leaves dal.y _:20 p.m.;
train for Beattli and other southern
point-, at 9:13 a hi.; train for Agassiz
at 5:42 p.m. Week end tickets sold
to local points a: one fare for round
trip
ED. GOULET,
Agent.
C.  B.  FOSTER.
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Vancouver.
FOR SALE
Superior quality  of   Feed,
Mixed Bran and Shorts.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12.75
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham aud Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doom  from   Cno. Adam*. Grocer
C
OOKSLETS
: Picture:
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON  SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S STA.iONERV STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE FAIR,'' Columbia Street
LAND REGISTRY ACT
B. C. DISTILLERY
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
Re subdivision 11 of Lot 79, Group
1, New Westminster District; Lots 18
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K.
V.i being part of Lot 6, Suburban
Block IV., New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 16027A, issued In
the names ^of Charles Frederic Sprott,
Francis Kaia Schou, Lucy Ch.riitine
Schou, has been filed in this .office.
Notice te hereby given th��CI shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrs_. publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published ln
the city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New West*
minster. B, C, March 22, 1909.
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
April  17.���Harry Hvrosford.
May 7.���Gingerbread Man.
June   10.���Nat   Goodwin.
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EIGHT MILLION 0VSIE8S    !
KE.CH ESQUIHALT BEOS
Four Carloads  of  Succulent   Bivalves
Brought from Atlantic to Fatten
on Pacific Coast.
EMPRESS"   Ball-bearing   with   ^
Five  Blades. J
ALSO ���
"CLEAN CUT" Ball-bearing and
Other Styles.
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this line.  We carry
The Best
Mocha and
Java Coffee
procurable, and can
satisfy any  taste,
as   well   as   any
pocket.
Victoria, April 16.���Capt, Q, V. Williams of the West Coast Fishing company, who went East over a mont I)
ago i i get young oysters to restock
the Esquimau oyster beds, ha.s returned with 8,000,000 oysters in four carloads, ranging from one to two years
old. which were carefully selected by
him at the famous Cape Cod and Long
Island .-ound oyster beds of the Atlantic.
This shipment is the largest that
has been brought here by the West
Coast Fishing company, double the
previous shipments, ln fact. Heretofore, from three to four million oy.-- .
ters have constituted a yearly quote
So great, however, is lhe demand tor
Ksquimalr oysters, that it was found
necessary to double the quantity Imported  this time.
Today eight million oysters, flillng
four large freight car-., will arrive
over the C. P. R. for the oyster beds
at Esquimau, it lakes the oyster
from two to three years to grow to
the marketable size. They are planted
small and are raked daily and carefully tended during their growing time.
At the age of three or four years they
are ready for the table.
At present ther,. are about three
million oysters in the Esquimau beds,
and about nine million have been brt-d
ami disposed of since the company
began its work. The present ship-
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING, I ni(,nt wl���  brjng tho population Of the
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THIS WEEK  ONLY.
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GAS AND GASOLINE MANTELS AT :
LESS THAN COST.
Ihe Pearson Electric Co.
(Successors to T. Mowbrey
Electric Works)
Opposite Postoffice,
PRONE 331.
I,
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
Sewing Machines
(Singer and Wheeler & Wilson)
Talking Machines
(Victor and  Edison)
RECORDS,   PIANOS,   ORGANS.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD  STOCK  FOR  SALE  BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
j colony at  Parson's Bridge up  to  be-
.' i ween ten and eleven million,
j    Capt. Williams is a member of the
P. O. BOX 9281 well-known   Eastern   oyster   firm     of
 1 j Williams & Kemp, of Wolllleet. M.-*-.,
the most important  firm about Cape i
Cod in that particular branch of busi-
ness.    From  the famous  beds  main- .
mined  by his firm he chose most of
the young oysters he is now bringing
| across   the   continent,    al)    carefully;
i chosen youngsters of a year or so old. '
j    Other oysters were seemed at Long
I l.s'and sound .and Boston, and all cars
i carefully packed in the C. P, R. cars
[for shipment  West m that  city. The
four ears  left  the  Atlantic  coast  on
April  l, 2, ���'! and -I, respectively!
Capt, Williams left Victoria on
, March 7. and was accompanied by
Mrs. William-, who remained on the
Atlantic roast listing relatives and
in''nds. ii,. spent most of his time
visiting  ihe  various  oyster bells.
The oysters on the Pacitic coast do
'not  breed.    Unlike the  Eastern oya-
I ters.  which increase in the beds, the
loysters of the Esquimau beds do not
increase,   ft is necessary to continually restock the beds with voiing ovs-
ters. and yearly  Capt.   Williams goes-
lio  the Atlantic  to  select   t|n>  young-
stera which are to be bred into ma-
I Mire oysters here.
The markets of the company are
i constantly increasing and it is expect-
vd that other new markets will be
, developed after September.
PORTLAND   EDITOR
TO   BE  AMBASSADOR
Washington, April  16.���Harvey  w.
Scolt, the veteran editor of the Portland Oregonlan, wil) be appointed am-
bassador to Mexico to succeed David i
E. Thompson, of Nebraska. Tht? j
change will not be made, however, for /
several months, and posrlble a year, j
when it is expected thai other Irnpor-.l
tant diplomatic appointment, will be i
announced.
New Arrivals)
in
Infants' and
Children's
BONNflS
Why Stir Up tbe Dust?
i Buy a Vacuum Cleaner. Brooms and
carpet sweepers make dust and pack
I the dirt more solidly. A Vacuum
! Cleaner lifts it out by suction force.
I No dust.     No noise.     No Labor.
Tlie flainly Tea J Lunch Rooms
MISS  REID,   PROP.
Warm Lunch from  12 to 2.
Aft<-rnoon tea a specialty. Home-made I
Bread, Cake, Tea.    Ice Cream daily.
-P-tairg, above The Fair.
Doane, Bailey & McKay iDUP0NT   BL0CK.   Columbia st.
AGENTS.
(Successors to E. W. Cook)
Front   St., Dominion   Trust   Building
Opi ii    from   7.30   a.m.    to 7 p.m.,
Saturday evenings till a later hour.
a
A. J. BIRTCH |;
"THE  WHITE   HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
Why Pay Rent?
$350 CASH
BUYS 7-ROOMED MODERN HOUSE ON THIRD AVENUE, WELL
LOCATED.      BALANCE   EASY   TERMS.       LET   US   GIVE   YOU
MORE PARTICULARS.
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BLACK FRENCH
Voi lie
SPECIAL VALUE AT
$9.75 EACH
A special line of serviceable and stylish skirts, which'
denotes the ability of this store to provide the highest!
grade at the lowest price. You will need to see these'
skirts to realize their real beauty. Made of rich fine-
meshed Black Voille in eleven-gored flared style.
trimmed with silk strapping or self folds.   Specially
priced at $9.75 each.
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Smart Suits for
Misses and Small
Women
A range of plainly tailored Venetian
cloth suits of faultless style and smart
cut in navy, green and brown. Skirts
are full flare, nine-gored and trimmed
with folds and buttons. Many special
features have entered into the general
makeup of this line of suits and make
thorn worth a much higher price. We
price them for quick selling at $16.75.
Some Up-to-Date
Styles in Ladies'
Straw Hat Shapes
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The Newest
American Styles in
Wash Stock Collars
Just in by express, 6 dozen only of
the most serviceable and popular
styles of Tab Wash Stocks .ind Collars, made of fancy white brilliant,
plain white drill, duck, and pique. In
all white, or neatly trimmed with
braids of plain colors and fancy colored tabs or bones. Each collar may
be easily laundered, fast color trimmings being used where not all white.
A Week-End
Snap in Lace
Curtains
$1.65   FOR   $1.35   PER   PAIR.
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shown in the large fashion centres
have just found their way to the Millinery section. Some people call them
extreme���probably they are; however,
we invite your inspection. We promise you something new in both the
narrow and exceptionally wide boulevard shapes... Colors showing are old
rose, cadat, tan, burnt straw, corn,
mauve, purple, grey, black, navy and
white. New straw trimmings to
match,
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in several odd lines to clear quickly
at this reduced price. This offering
will prove timely to housekeepers
during this season of the year- S**
cure a pair or two for windows wh.i-e
they are needed. Only a small quan
tity of efech pattern. Widths are 47
to 52 inches; length is 3 yards. Vour
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