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WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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AMATfURS  ������""���Mil.
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C__NSP0.il-        DiSLOVER P101 ��K�� MVlli�� P9I.vts     G0L.E. JUBILEE fti
PRAISED IN dlltfiai      .0 KU THE SHAM     "*���� *��^iham isi ami
One Mon   ���'.      v   ���,     m -.. ,  v
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is Canadian
Restricting
avers,
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 rendeocieG
in Modern Games,
to Russia :\v Sti og Detail .:' Soldiers,
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Ihrt, schoo7fe.!_ws as can.,-
-���������-'������-:-
-   "���     ta  Helen Hale and
'   We..   End    school; v,-_   ,
*      " �� I Dorothy Vlda      ; -
rf ,___ :erm 'amateur  |Mar_   H ,,,,
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_._n   Amateur
be om
i   Vancou
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a wai -. ���
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lig "       ' '':i     drawn
irtbi r meeting
;,<,,.���  iFestmiaster receive, -anc-
���     up K,,ni. v with
ex  ipi May
V mcoui er del ���
stock < * - ' against  the
nion Day being altered
,.-:_:. �� undi     Which
that date.    I'rt -i
, ',v ,;-.:��� .v vi d th.- chair.
The Dele^-tes.
TV- legates presenl  were;   Weal
ibi - .  J Lyncl. A. W  Oray. and
v ��� .
rT-K-��T.r, Con Jones, M. .1. Rarr.
��1 Yorke
I'lhpltLeafs, J. Martin, li. W. Welsh
Sic-ft
iThtorl-,    Duncan    Campbell    anil
P l-i-Strong.
Affidavits Presented.
Rn..,-.- .raj  plunsed at once in
! r.ji* . of amateur versus profe.-
!.cr.:e when the meeting was
n,   and   one girl
-..
morning
The con .ni of tht, ....
of the above n urn I     is be.
to pertr.i:  their    daughter ad  a
May Queen on April : eveni
if ;!..< Goddess of Chance being kin;
��� I er on Tiif"* lay afternoon, when th*
final  choice will  b.   i ��� ���.  that
day lhe names of the seven . ji I
will be placed in a box. taken by members of the committee to the f.
school, wher.. a child w II be blin 11 I-
ed and reQUested to take one of the
slips of paper from the box. The
name drawn will be tbat of
Queen for 1909.
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I^HnuliI ti     birthright
True   Sp-*   ���
showed how ESSUU
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and it i> known thai am.    .        lait*.
: thai
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e..sor would  lie acceptable.
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- ti- ii is. n is   understood ��� |
��� V a  _    . ;   t*i --a.   ���..,-
Compliance   by tin   Caa   -  .. ���
men; with the request ot thi   -
tin: ii} fall   to   precipitate Ann __ta_
Islan difficulties al once
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Se    ���- Injury.     Ha:
HilOPISM IN B.C.
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Church al \\\\*i.t .in. ;��.���-.-
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JW to order   Ho said Westminster i ,-,    |,lg[  fa]|
CHANGE  IN   MANAGEMENT
OF  RUSSELL   HOTEL
A change 1ms taken place In the
management of the Russell hotel. Owing to a number of Improvements
which hav.- become necessary the ���> s.
'se.S. Urine und VicLe.i/', have found il
desirable to allow the lease to revert
to the proprietor. E. J. Fader, who has
placed his brother, Si^is Fader, in
Charge. Silas Fader formerly irav-
eled f��r tlie Curry Manufacturing Com-
pany and took up his residence in the
IkiS'l that all tbe players had played
'list seaSOn, but ex-
troiitl-iiM en  Page  Seven.)
FAVORITES
HI K HEARU WEDNESDAY
fifwun   Scott    Concert      Company
kWghl Here by S. 0. S.. Has
Splendid   Hepfrtoire.
I Tin Sods ol Si ind, under whose
pAn the Imperial Scots Concert
a. tij ��ii| appear here on Wednes-
|. fining, have ipparently secured
attraction ol more than usua
N'. tlie irtiitej whose names ap-
Won lb.-program having an envied
imputation.
���% Beat. ,; ,,��� , B talented ���-<>-
Wo, is tiiiiej to rendi r three solos,
Tk�� Auld Scotch Songs," "Bunks of
'"" 1',",ll,,l|i     vi     nine Bonnets
'"' ;l" Border,' and will also ass
" ��� ,!'"'"H��ii In ., duet, "Ye Haul
P.**"-"    Hi   Hamilton, who 1.
'^m^'   roles. I_   to contrlbti
rD      ��. fh,    Land   ���   COC
f,^ "The Bra    ,.  M.,.." ,|,��� l
t    .' '    ">">������     T
:."'    '    ottli   entertalnmeni
**��* 'o IVd     m.  Barclay
A complete change In the furnishing of the rotunda is contemplated,
|and a contract has already been let,
tbe Intention of Mr. Fader brlns to
introduce lOme ol the attractive features of the Empress hotel at Victoria
while not servilely Imitating them.
This will add to the other attractions
of the hotel.
TAMMA WILL HAVE
THREE WOMEN POLICE
Tacoiiul,    April    4. ���Taeoina    is    to
have thre.. woman policemen, The
appointments will be made by Ohio)
of Police Duley next week. One of
tliem will meet all boats, another
Milwaukee railroad trains, and do
other interurban trains, and look out
for the interests of unintended girls
entering the city during the A.-Y.-I",
exposition.
i.i
ks
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le
k-
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are
In,'," ,u r,,u    m.  Barclay, who
si and Mr   muni -
Znl\  "Wha'UShut
���,. |  , 5  nh   McKaj  wlll
i     ilam orti
l^^^T.E.Yoi;
T3VANC0L.VER   H|QH   8CHQOt
I       . . tgbj fifteen
th     igh School
Mi-i,'.,  Saturday b) L2 polnl
wl" rhe Vancouver
ftuCl '",|;"' krle�� "' "^
���* ��C uTce8Btul * ��r of
p,s   :" converting,     The
INViT.TIUNS ISSUED FOR
(il'tSIMi 01 NEW SEHOOI.
C'11 dr��n   Arc    Training     2e.*lou��i>   In
Anticipation of Event���Choice of
Name to b.  Explained,
The araiip-inents foi   the op  mil.    ol
iii-   new Lord Kelvin school are pro
��� i. .lng favorablj      Pl -ms io
he -onie doubt  if tin*   ohool will be
Mui) for opening nexl wees   ii bad
been expected,  but  It wil  .eilainly be
by the third week of the month, ��n.i
the children are tralnln-i tMloual) foi
START CRUSADE AGAINST
"AUTOMOBILE MUKDEliS
and went on to point out if ihe
: ..-in inter, s: ,e m ..... n ... ,>^ |0
il^.' animal ��     . .     ���. wool| ><
,,:ii,l ',.iek in ;      ph Inag      ut
if the tdaii -:  waa InveSti
the iiioral ai I splti   ial world thi   '
\-oni.i   ������ I back In    thi
��� 'in.-        Tl ,    ideal nm     to PoHow;
���- .���      nni -<  ��� ,       to  ] ��*���   ���
other !,!,,��
Battle  of   Braint.
Ile pointed "at ho. ditlicult n ��  s
in an a.-e of physical force foi a trw
ideal    of    gpoM (0 prevail,      Armies
formed a gn si pari ot the battje ' r
mpremacy at the present day. bui  b i
believed the battle of the fntiire won ,!
be braitis in the open    market of the
world       The  old. ideal  of  span   WU*|
to   eDcourage   true   physical cuuu ���
piirenes's. courtesy, i-fuaal to take �� l<
vantage of   an   opponenv's mistakes
Ancient history tanuiii them a l< ���wn.
The gladiators' exhibits in  Rome became ���' iilsi'la.  of cruelty,     it ��.,
develppmi nt of the mad passion ,.; v
people.
Heroes of Arertai. H	
Ii.. would reiumd ihem thai tha lie-M1'" event. Ainotig those in whom In
roes Of the arenas became the lei-ro-.. I ur-'M-ms will be extended an Kayoi
Of the Street* The present method')"������W- I"1, HoftOi .Indue llowav. Hon
of  spbrl   to  put  one  man  a.,altist  an-   xv    Noiiiiiin   Hole.   K   i*.   metObera of
other and then gamble   on th.  result  :l1" City Council ami school mis .,
came in for bis strong condemnation, School Inspector Stewart, sad other
th,. speaker saying the practice would educationalists
degrade the life of any people. The, Trustee Trapp will be naked to wel
heroes of tbe masses al the pie.-cn ''"M1>' tha delegatea, and Trustee Peck
time wen- Jockeys, wresiiers. and mu-, '������ explain the choice of tintie tor tbu
sic ha I artist's. school, whleii is to be called aftei ill.
spun to be   worthy   of ih,- name most eminent British sciential ol mod
musl iie delivered   from   two things, 1����� years
Drat, i's cruelty, nnd -*-i-ond. lis greed,
Tribute to Local Team.
Tbe   second   was even   oommom i
than the other.      Sport had  become a
pre) to money making and speculation. Sporting papers (-live wlial
Were called  .-.���lortlng lips.      line  purl
of the problem was professional sporl
wiiieti  had  degenerated  Into encounter, between highly paid profession.' I*
Lacrosse here   bad   ootalBed n very
enviable position today, and the city
was proud I lhe  boys.      Tb,-v  eoii'd
not  bui  regret anything'thai  would electrifying certain through passeng'
cause 111.-Ill   lo  Jose  llieir  pl'es"ill   posi-J
lion, and he Drmly believed the team  "'""���,l ''> representatives of the city
bad obtained Hint    position as ama- ''���' offlolala or the road company,
teurs for the honor of the city, and
ELECTRIFYINIi OF I INI S
IS COSTII-li Mil LIONS
I 1*�� b�� "
tmys'
n'\ Riris
1 :'''!i      which   thi
!^*,;"^   "��"<"   of   the   e���|-
f'ly^J:''''���' [l'""'i againsl the
lc^umew!Ven,ngattheV'
"" were cancelled.
.uli.
Cubs Got Licked.
*ajoi
So��tto
nunilii
'   ��f  ball   players,   a
���lority ,)f ,, '   Ul   "a
%0ranothTn! "K""'1 ""mbers of
i.,.   >r the four city teams
Saj   . i Queen', park
S'C.""?' "*** Borne ve,,-
^Cnb..v^ul> 'or a game against
l0. thn
Mil,.
.   '"anti.i _,_
- defeated by
���!
Practices  will
from now
Xew  Vork.  April  I    Stirred BJ  the
I,- queno    of   ' automobile   murd< r,
.. .,i  the appari nl  Innblllt)  ol  the po
li, .���     Ill    CUrb     Ml  l.b'   g    '  IV     1   '    n
"joy  riders,"    prominent    Ne*��   Yo
men have organised th    v    onal P ���
tectlve association tn an endeavor tu
bring about  the refoi m   Ths oi a ��� I
wl i begin a   on, e      An   Impoi u
part of the oampaign will be the plac
Ing of special officers In thoroughrari
iised   by  automobile .   whose duty  H
will be to   note ami    reporl al oi
reckless driving or violations of th-1
sp, id law.
Revolt   Bt   Colombia.
Willeinslailt. April   I.--Itniii"i    ";,v
reached   here  of   a  revoiiitioinn |   08
break againsl   the   admlnlsti " ������
President Reyes, of Colombia,   General fguarln la said to be leader of i
uprising.
Beautiful Plain. Liberal Nominee.
Winnipeg, April  i- Mr.   '   '
ex-M.   P.   for   Ed tags   la   P-
nominated  for the provtadl
tttre   by   the   Liberals   of   '!";1"
Plains Frldny nli*ht
Death of Winnipeg Merchant
Winnipeg,   .prii  Ir*   ��
senior member of tbe Ann n
: it'll, ra . Company,   hM'*
merchants, dl*. "  '
Iter S lingering lib
love of the   chili.     As   soon aa the
tnste for  Bpori   was cultivated,  (hen
. i in   b ' tempter,     when thej
to I! rn pli a of profession.
i ii would ba tii" beginning ol   h
declin-i   and fall of   the   greatc i  I
,.      v,.i, the wo.id  had
'' ,i the Inti rest I
in-  better    side,      ll
Impi) In 'he winning oi losing of h
.     , m   Of   money
Chicago, April i.   highi iniiiiou ii.>i
liars for   the   electrification   of   tbe
inn Its lined  for Chicago    ilbui  'llli    ei
, I vice by tbe Illinois Central Railroad
ami several times thai amount foi
elect rifj 'uu cei ta!
land freight tracks are the llgures sub-
city
 ���
mention is made "f the niggwtlon of
i ii. Harrlman thai tha city pay b ill
the cost.
v ".     J I     ,    .'>>     .'1    lli^
ft .v:  ;   r ::,-',-    :*,,-  V.irks
... ��� and v..*..-  �� -   ��� -. .   .���
:':;.:.-:���.      81'   ���> ���    ���
\ ; _|___        Vr
'..-. i . Q    Vou ,-.*   up  well V
| .,-'.:���-���
wer. too out th.
;:;ilon ruin ,i   ���'���   ���        ���      . '-.        Vb, \
a ���    v  .     v .       t was   i _   k
ll _*a    of   :'���,    *,.: ������,' '        Hft.t'l. ,.   was
tu.  most    brilliant,    and    the     V:
again worked hard
The team*  lln>*d  eu.
Westminster   ���  Goal,      Bafbar.
:>_<*ks Bruce and Klrb-. halves Craig,
Sawyer   and   rave.    !,':��:,vis,   llaye^,
Bbawcros*. book Caydaiea ami sau
Westham island  -1*0*1. m. Palmer;
backs H Qulchon and ,l. Trim: htlves.
H   QeOrgesQBt .1   -tU&metl  ap.l  i"raw
ford, forward-*, C   Trim, 0   McCallUBI
\   viiin. u Oosllab and B i ottdon
Uefeiee    I'olln   I'illlipliell
Internatlenal.
Yiiucoiivor, 3.
California, .
Tint   Division  Table.
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Celtics   ..
Thistles
Weal minster
W'cstli'tn p.
Bhamrooki
Nationals
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,    ..a. v.    ��.-.e   r.-;.'.l       i*-a   th-   tQ*        -
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���   >   \ei   e(   .lv len,   ^i.mic.
',,:,v..    v       K������      fhOmai   i'v.v.>.   who
Wat  (lie  <-.   I     . -,   ..,.>::.-,:*   l.a   ,Ii,-   \n,t*-.-.v,
in Dr-itl-h Columbts  an.i u. ���-   I Q
renrson jailor ei v E. r,av=,nv *��.!
�� MM :,.ord ��ii!i bl-. failis- _a*iM>r.
180 ',;iu  III (he service of llm Mr
,\!i.i   .-tu-,,.'-,   :n.-.ii--iri
\1.      Pea_-Ok    reri.l   ibe   p.1--��a ���..'
UeVtttaas   doalme    wiih the    j. ai  bl
jubilee,
Th*   First   Seivicea.
Rev    Ui     Holism   preaclie.i   ui   bi��=
. l.v i, t.-ripilo    style,    half    dlalOgUii
half address, t_t.fap__ed wi'b i_��:*
InCld-tltS   or   thQ  early   d��i I    n  ea I
around Weetmt&ster.   a�� Ihtt e^lehfi
lion   bad   hivn   lllllllp.l   to   N.-w   \V*fi
tnlnitrr and ,li��irt,-( no nai,I be +++
confine   lilnisrll   (o   thai    (hem, .     V\m
lll'lllbe    ���t    M.-fllOlliallBtll    III     lil'��    ��� H-.
aa both dated trow Mi-*1 ..ait*   ttui"
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WATERFRONT  NOTES.
The       (ieol'glS        i'.ni.uli.ui  \l
i.i        li i,.   i    ��� ��� .,. i i,.   nni pro
ceded  tb tin   Bi mi'il ti     i"'1     '������ In rs
��� lean poi la wlll be lo d
d.     Thi     b   'i  taki     i  Hghl  chiko
He wish" I 'D      Owing to ihe dock labor-
ii | understood he did not
to sporl   of   a ' le in    d
��� h, .  wanted mors   of   It.     n.   .
I 'ni- there woul i bi
long amateui   llm
RUSSIAN   BUDGET   HAS
INCREASE OF |21,000,000
-i   Petersburg    Vpi I  t    The Duma
lay adopted the budget ,.i '' ���'���
;;  nil Increase of $_l .XOO.'i'i'i -..-
Uentenau-Oeneral /
������mlng the minuter of wai
intiotinced   plan-,  for  the  si '     '''    * rtv* '
;  the defences of   tb. ':      ** "1''v '���''
frontier.     A particular effort wt i����forJqtrigw, 0
I e ��� w.'ir    rriinl-ter  to lm-
v. Inatructlbol, nnd reduce
lhe "red tap*" >ystem In administrative matters to s minimum.
era*  sl  I Vani ou vet   i berg bus
,. ��� ii -on id ral li   I.Is   in , tiinpli Un
,,,..'.,
11,   I', ini'     _ ua ii i   unUmtli ,i ber
���    of  lumbl i   j'   ib,.  C    I'    II    ami
k   irha ���   ,  ind a i i lea?�� lbs
iv ,      , od i       ' la im'. io iii,.
���n   i of ibe Royal Cit) ii'i'i   io n,
��� apt    i�� eon Ignm nl, li rails lmi i ,,,,
. ,nds  <lf   ill,'   COIlllill'lol .    Ill      Ma.
otl     Ti,e dl iputi  has nol ��� ei bi ��� _
tied.
Tt,,- Bbnr iak, <;- rmad   steatuef of
:n\b n��n.��. is in r nei Mound paints,
arrive ��' 'le-   'vn   ���  HVei
i wet in load inni
III.I
The Century,  liritish  -leeiiie,.   ', ,,|
,'   the   Andrv*   Wel,    Iln".   wl||
Mtei the river this wwk to load Intn
The speakers during thn coiir-.    of       x charter to load lumber In the Fra.
avoided criticism-, of the ** river has been clwi the Adderley,
Th^y warned the members of British bar .fla Ot 1117 "ins, from Call.
Bi    ',f firman colonization r)f!forn|an 99IU
rateglc dlatrietfl of Rasaiaa P*     Th" Trader will replace the Ifoauol
���opnlatkm of whkh In. W   !'i;' f*e run to tl - '-"'- of Ceoi
many Germans who were only nomi-  lands while the :'   ��* '" !"'
n��I Rn.islan ftibjec.s. ",'r1
MIEIIIIiAN CAPITALISTS
RUI CANADIAN TIMBER
Maul --ii .-.  Vt toll , April  -      I I ''I'
Itallsts imve acquired   control of th.
iniii mid timber or tim Crow's N^ai
ive.. i .unib. i  i 'oiiipaiM.    Llm I led, oi
V\ iiriliiei. ll. C . wlili other ilmhet ,.,
tlniiii,,l si 1,600,000,000 fWI Thi
controlling company la to be capital
Ised ai l_.-00.iW,
Judgmrni   tor  $I0(H)
In  Hi,   ,-u|ii ������ui,��� coin l    i li.iiii a i , on
Sal unl.i,    I.iiiii  ,  I 'aiillebl   WAS  SWal lied
judgment foi a i lalffl or $ihiii�� again i
Oeorge C   Wnljter rm  n imir lm	
In   i li,    I   - i,     itl .un. i ACl iinlliig   I"
Hie   |,|,iiiin.    i|e|. inlaul     mui..i In, ,|i   |
iici|ni,e a bait   interest In Iha boa
Whll ll   i '.   '    lll'll    ��  I,   UieI   e|,|, ���,     Mil..
pai i ie i blp   *vllli   Him      i hi	
nni paid ovni       Tin   i""'"' i  hip
waa di   "V..I   nni llm    i	
dn pi. .I \ti i.i i ii.. u., mu hi ��� I
it	
I'm   11,viloifiil-   In  G.in.i'l.i
London,   \ ��� l|   I    The i inn llan I
i '.n. I-,, im   imi nt Com pan
i.n in. tl   |     .,.   * III,   .   ,   .|.i'.,|   _|     i   Ivi
i,nn
Oxford  Wins  Boat  Race.
I'uliiei, Apill  I  -In it nerver-wkiriK
(Cotitli,ueil   r,oni  I', f,i>  t'li.n i
THOUSANDS Of FEET UF
MIMIi. HASIIIIIASHORI
DSOklead of Ichoens,. Wlltupa  8lr��v>.
'Mi'iiu  BeaSfl fm   Mll.t Near
llamoiiB   Point.
.berd.en,  Vpril i    Mkny thons i
of ic.-i ,,r tii.iti>. i have i""n pished ui
iu,. lusi   icW days   i'v   iniiiauo Hii.i
whites along the beach, ihe iimi-ei
ttnvtng eiuiii-. ii'-iioi-o fioni tb,- Wi'lai i
w iu. h  io i    hei  dSokl-Sd   wlHl. ,"
tempting lo _re__ thl bt. bisf T_i
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mites nori.   of   ii'iinniia,   Polnl      I
,iiinii. 1., iv\e   pressed   Into it i.-���
everj team avalhtble   Mtuo. bai b* u
sold bj lh. Indians and the	
ellliVll.il   to   Hiflr  own   um-.
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ti-UKftl.,  Oxford    '  '   ,i      ��� n ttjftfmgn. fhp meM
slxl i sixth iiiiiubI i'"'i race fro.
liridge ",, ip.  'i,vi,..     ,, 	
"   '���",   ' "   '       ' Cose   Basketball   Game
inliiiili"! mui 60 seconds.
 ,  \ basketball matnfl in .he v. M
Bli| Lo89l"_ ^ontrs.l. I.,    .��notU*B.,   fori.,,   rliampion-
|t,M,l,,,,|.     April   l      I    t M-   of Um  Piiellle tmrtllWflt between Va-.-
-��� ���!    ibe  Well  knoWn    lumberman nnd   couver   and   Victoria,   .'n.led   with
i'i'ii'iii,'iii. of Vrrowbead, wu- in the
eiiv on Friday, closing arrangements
"lib the Gibbons Lumber CO., of
ringsion Creek,  Arrow  Lak,;    which
ber af ihe Fraser Mills for Aiislrnlln. UjU Involve ihe putting in of _i to :i0
million feet of logs from (heir limits
On Pingsto i creek and covering n
period of from two to tin years, iir
DlckOnson in several weeks this
... Inter '���""'' " ���'' W* big pro
tion,      Hi \ ,n\vii,.,,,i  toda)   for
n   commence op ru-
scor.-> of _:: hi ���__ in favor of th.*�� T<��r-
minril Pity rpiinfette on Saturday.    \t
half time th" Victoria team ier.  |
poin-^ ro 7. rind wns ln the lead   ���
a few    minutes    before    time.   "
amid intense    excitement,   Vnncr
nosed out ahead       This  victory
-.  Uie championship in don',
the total number of polntB made In
two games decides the winner,
next ''I   'ake place  in
toria.  when  It  Is probable tlv
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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MONDAY, APR|L
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5, 1909,
Classifie
WANTED.
FOR   SALE. TO RENT. LOST. FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL. ETC.
Man    wants    but    little    here    below���but he will  have to advertise if he expects to get it.     Advertising may not bring visible results every week in proportion to its cost, any moro that    a    salesman
advertising as a selling help stands squarely on all fours there  is no longer any doubt.      "When the dimpled  baby's hungry,  what does  the  baby do.'      It doesn't lie serenely and merely   sweetly  coo;   the 'hjt
bellows with all its little might till some one gives it sometning to curb its appetite... The infant with the bottle which stills its fretful cries, a lc6son   plainly   teache8���it   pays  to advertise." ��� Chicano r     ^ ^
y     rtecOr_.(^ern1J
PERSONAL.
FANCV   POULTRY,  EGGS,  ETC.
Wil. REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
fla. a congenial ilie companion for
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver,
WANTED.
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 for
hatching. \Yr|te your requirements.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED COTTAGE
or housekeeping rooms, close in.
Address R. C. Stanley, Windsor
Hotel.
WANTED���A buyer for good rooming
and boarding house; 15 rooms, good I
terms.    Address A. B. C, Daily News I
Office!
EGGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns;  good layers;   .-  per set
Hans Vog'.sang, poultry
Keefer street,  Vancou-
NURSERY.
REAL ESTATE.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES, FOR SALE���30    acre    farm, 5 miles
Ltd., Burnaby   Lake���For   healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACl-'iCj
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, beei
supplies, etc, '.010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
li'i'. of 13.
expert, 336
ver, B. C.
WANTED���To buy all kinds of fowl,'
pigeons and ducks; also eggs,    Box
7., Daily News Office.
LOST.
FISH AND GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Wiudsor Hotel.
LOST���PAIR DOGSKIN, FLEECE-
lined gloves, in postoffice on Sunday afternoon. Return to Daily-
News office.
FURNITURE.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call Sl.
GROCERY.
FOUND.
FOUND���Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply P. O. Box 148.
ROOMS TO RENT.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
VOR   RENT���FURNISHED   HOUSE-
keeping rooms, 832 Royal avenue.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 3S6. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P.  O. Box Sli.
HOME MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, liea,i
cheese, etc.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING
I.   HUDSON,   WALL PAPER,   ROu.v.
Mouldings,   Burlaps   a id    Sanitas;
house painting, kajsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's slioe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
PRINTERS.
JEWELRY.
SELLING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of high-grade watches and jewelry
by auction. Sales each day, 2:30
and 7:30 p.m.     Horace Dorer.
To RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
ed bedroom, also one small orfe.
Terms reasonable. Apply 2S7, Victoria street.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND  AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Guinn _ Fairley, phone
4117. -18 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
LAUNDRY.
C. HAM BER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 11, Gulchon Block, New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT.
Boom 14. Dominion Trust block.
ROYAL    CITY    LAUNDRY,    ROYAL
Avenue and Blhckle Street.   Now Is
the lime to get curtains and blankets ready for spring.   R'ng up phone I
183.
LIVERY STABLE.
RUNG UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
from New Weatmlnster on Fraser
river, never Hooded, drained and
fenced, good house and barn, ready
for crop;- boats call at wharf dally;
railway within half a mlie; schools
and etc., dose. Cash $1500; balance in three years. Cook & Ross,
323 Front street, opp, Market, New
Westminster.
MAI.INS. OOULTIIARD & CO., LTD..
J. II. Vidal. .1. P., Milling,., Real Estate Department.     Phones 106 aud
.l-lt.
FOUR FINE RESIDENTIAL LOTS
in Burnaby, overlooking the city.
one'.lock from city train; $150 each.
1-1  cash,  balance in  2 years.
EIGHTY ACRES FRUIT LAND IN
Surrey, ;i miles from Westminster
bridge; $500 worth of cedar, half
mile from G. N. Railway and Eras, i*
river; only $:;o per acr,- and eas)
terms, Five-acre blocks in this vicinity are selling at $75 to $100 per
acre,
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY A FINE LOT ON FOURTH STREET,
kind of job printing; best work near Sixth avenue, only $400. In-
reasonable prices.   Phone 55, P. O.      vestigate this,
box 142.    Dally News Block, Sixth   160 ACRES IN SURREY, INCLUDING
SO acres of best land In the district
and timber equal in value to price
'.    Of land.    This is a    snap at $2100;
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., orchard, good creek, 7 acres under cultivation. This must be sold at
once hence the price is low���below
market price. $1500 cash will handle it, balance on time.
160 ACRES IMPROVED FARM IN
Langley, house, bam, outbuildings,
bearing orchard, 30 acres chared,
balance easy clearing; rich black
loam soil. This is a bargain at
$40 per acre and .-hould be a moneymaker for some one but "first com.-
first served."
REAL  ESTATE.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Coliiiiil'ia street, uear tram Otbce,
phone 433. Real (.state and Insurance,
FOR RENT���We have 17 acres of
good bottom land all cleared and
under the highest state of cultivation, capable of producing 15 to 20
tons of potatoes or onions per acre,
nl $20 per acre; 1-4 cash and balance wlion crop ls harvested.
WE HAVE I nice lots ceic-ha.f block
trom Columbia Btreet at the sacrl-
fii e price of $3f>n each, 1 ,'! cash;
balance 3, f>, 0, 12. is, 24 months.
This is a Bnap.   Call quick.
WE HAVE 11 nice cleared lots in the
West End at $200 each. Ths Is a
snap you wil] have to pick up bef, re
breakfast or you Will miss it.
TWO DOUBLE comers |n the West
End for $200 each.      A snap.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMIN^     wo
cVani "   : ��23
' ""      . ..,  te
and detail iv,
i   Kikes
pr,el ''      ��� '    ner Kkm
and  ear line
475'.
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES
��'��'P '. v?
"l.l In Oddl 'How   hail, ca,
bla  -"''��� laj evei
-'���--��� : ,,;1| ,]0l(
grand,   w
street.
PROFESSIONAL.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon -lock, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Telephone 64
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND    SUR-p	
veyor.     Ellard block,    New    West-   WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
minster, B. C. j    (*". C. 'Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver of.
fice is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. 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 lime; 15 minutes from city. $7f,i��,
terms.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAKE
Tickets, 21 meals for $1. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
EDWIN G-  W.  SAIT   ARCHITECT-
Gnichon  Bock.    Telephone 339.
teens.  Gaic-oa   ..
772.    r_o��� :���;..
�����fE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS, ; '	
Limited,  Front street,    New West- j ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, propne-
minster.     Manufacturers of modem I    tre8s>*     Foar courses, consisting of
3_* and    shingle   mill machinery, i     60UP'  fi8h'  b��n<* WrCe  ����"  ro��8t.
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or mil*.
P.  O   3.x
Ml   plants   and  specifications pre-1
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
DIAMOND __ CORBOULD, SIXTH
street.
FOR SALE���HALT MILE WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
on'.y $6 a foot; will be worth $25 a
foot In B year's time. Compare
this with other prices.
Fi_K SALE���12.-ACRE FARM LANG
ley Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation; close to tram, school,
store, etc.. $130 an acre. Cheap at
$200 an acre.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck & Crandetl,
near Tram offlce.
ROSE <,!������   OOL1 .v   ', '       , j
115,  Sons  ol    Engl   _   _.,j
Rose    llll'l. _    tn,, i
fourth   Wi : J
in K. of P. hall, Ai .  j.J
p.in.     White lev    p ...     .nrt[
Wednesday In   ea, li   , . __
time and place.     Visiting brood
cordially    Invited.     Geo   Howd
pres.;  If. DIsni   , .
A. ().  !'. W.- FRASER LODGE NO.I
Meetings the first and third Ts
day in each month.   Visiting i
ren   cordially   invited   to atti
Lodge room, A. 0  U. \V. ball,
fellows' block, Clarkson street
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, LoJ
���Meets   the  fourth    Friday In I
month at    8 o'clock,   in tli
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL  ORDER OF EAQU
Aerie No. 20��� Meets every Tu*-
evening at 8 p.m.   in   the   _ _J
hall, Columbia Btreet,    A nark,1
Pres.; II. Schofleld. Secretary.
I STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
REAL   ESTATE.
AUCTION   SALE
OER SALE MONDAY OF JEW.-. ...
2:30 p.m. and  7:30    ;un.      H   na
Dorer  jeweler.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in eleicrical machinery,
fixtures and sup],lies, nous.- wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 881, P. O. box 928.
FUR SALE���Westminster water frontage, 50 acres bottom land, closo to
new tram line. North Arm Fraser;
good depth of water, $H00 per acre.
Apply "Owner.'' Box 537, New
Westminster.
FOR SALE���"Rlverview," City of N ff
Westminster; 3 lots in All.erta st,
.MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupll of Carl- [ corner :ot, 133i60, 2 lots, 133x40;
lotta Antelli, R. A. M.. Ixindon. Eng.,; price $1000; cash $250, balance 6, 12
find ��f G. F. Sims, Mm-. Bac, Ox���; and is months. Cook & ROsS, r_t3
ford,, England, will give lesson, inj Front street, opp. Market, New
ilrtging and harmony, Westminster.
_   C   MONUMENTAL WORKS.   JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer I
cf monumental tombstones, building
(tone, etc.  Satisfaction  guaranteed.)
Columbia street, New Westminster.
MUSIC.
WHITE.  SHILES  _  CO.
Real   Estate and   Insuranco  Agents���
City,  farm and  suburban   property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO.. LTD., REAL ES
tate and Insurance. Plume 835. 186
Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���Hou_e on Sixth street, $17
per month.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Real estute. Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P. O. Box 217.
Phone 381..
'J
FREEMAN    BUNTING,      ROOM     II,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 894.
CUSTOM     STENOGRAPHY      AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co-
Dumbla street.    Ph.ne 62.
THE  ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TH
porur.ee meet every Wedm*kj
8 p.m., ta oddfellows hall, CoimHJ
street.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BSNEFT.
soclation, Lord of the Isles
101���Meets on Hie first   ani 1*1
Tuesday of every inen'.ll Id K _ J
hall.   Chief W. Sutherland
I. O. O. F.���ROYAL   CITT   h0��
No. 3���Meets   ln   Oddfellow*
Columbia street, every Kri^V f"
Ing at S o'clock.    Visiting t)��t_n
will be made welcome   G H. G"l��
N. U; C. E- Osborne. P. Q-< 'mri>
tag secretary.
TAILORS.
GALVTN. 32 Sixth etreet; ladies' a_id
men's tailor. Exx:lusive patterns
in ladies' and men's suitings. Pressing and repairing, on short notice.
Phoue B350.
J. J. JOHNSTON,   DUi'ONT   hi.X'K,
Columbia Btreet, phone .co.
FOUR and a half acre block on
lh,- North Road, only a mile and
a half from car terminus Sapperton; prices and terms very reasonable.
PEERS A RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance, Burnaby property n
Bpeclatly. Room 7 Hamley I lock,
P. O. pox 158, phone 36I.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
OTHER    FRATERNAL   B0011W
include the Union Lodge, No. J,
F. and A. M.; King 3olo_��S W*j
No. 17, A. F. and   A. M.; U 0-
No. 1150; L. O. L., .Mo. 159J; CW|
Sapperton, No. 4683, I 0 F-: ft
F..    Court    Westminster.
No. 33f|
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest M>
THE   EDISON   THEATRE,   CORNER
Columbia and Eighth.      High-class
moving pictures,   Illustrated boi in
Program changed Monday, v.'-.
day and Friday.
BOARD   OF   TRADE-NEW *$
minster Hoard of Trad" meet-*
board  room, City Hall, as WJJ
Third   Thursday    of    each 0��J
quarterly   meetings  en   the iM"
Thursday of February, M ', Al*'1
a ml  Nov in ii r, at 8 i        A,;l I
meetings on the third ''��� d:iJ'l
I'e   ru.'irv.       New  i ��*     1
proposed and   I      ' "Jy
ly or    qunrti rl
Stuart-Wi de ''
WE HAVE
the exclusive handling of the
finest lots on the city boundary,
the B. C. E. Railway cut-off running through the property. Price
$250 to $300 each, one-fifth cash,
balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months
at 7 per cent.     Call or write.
WALKER BROS.
04o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+:+-+r.+o o*o*oeoec*o*oo*_-oaoao*o*o
. NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS s
NEW HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., AHOVE SIXTH
AVENUE, 'I WO LOTS. REAS-
ONABLE TERMS.
P. O. BOX 983, PHONE 418.
EDMONDS STATION
NOTICE.
New Westminster   District.
District cf N'-w Westminster,
Ti
I'ii;
ri'-fl
slon
scribed lands: Commencing al a post
planted al the southeast corner of Lot
hence  west   20  chains,  thence
south        iali  , th wee east is cha
to Agamemnon Channel
thence northerly along  the  Bhori
i>i    notl ������'.   '���    II n ' i   ��� "��� I, ol   tl ���    ,,     - commencement, contrdn
Meadows   R, C���     cupatlon mar-  i, ���  v        ,... .nore or less.
i. ly, lull nd   i - ftp       ' ir iierml HARRIET FORD,
,n   purcha e owing de- _j  r_, GORDON, A
| Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr |
MONEY   TO    LOAN 8
d+0+0+O+O+04r<X>4r<)4K>+O+0+CM
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
-IN-
T H E       D A I  L V NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���-IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's H��-.n8 Paper.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, mod< rn improvements, and six lots in ?r"
chard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Oo.,
Front Street.
NOTICE.
Take notice that D. J. McQuarrie. of
New Westminster, it. ('., occupation,
electric railway manager, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following  described   lands   in   the  district of New Westminster:
Commencing 'U a post planted al
I he    BOUthWeBt'   cornel'    of    lot   1390,
i lot I
thende easl to northwi *' ��>���    c0. I
1362, thence south '���     "heri.,si*
nn' cf lot 997, thenoe soon j
erly and  northerly to   J'^0tt\
m, i'v .ii nt, <'"''!'
or less.
DANIEJ
i;\'
I):,',.,I ivc'iii'"''  l:""
10
Per JOHN F BaGG' j
 *��� MONDAY"'
APRIL 5, 1909.
ill W-
I ��� p0rk   _iu��ages
.   ��.��r'S   P��rk
p\cir.c
feat Market
hone 192
THE  DAILY
V-y *-,
ws.
PAUE THREE.
Golden Jubilee of
Methodism in B. C.
in T.ge One.)
Moujiks Plan
Rush To
Canada
Victoria, April 4.���Recent arrivals
from the Orb nt state that an inrush
ol R is mis from Siberia is expected
,h' summer. The unsettled eondi-
oastern    possessions of
Rose Hat Pins
Real Violet Hat Pins.
,1.00 Each  and Up
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
FISH TRAP OPERATORS
FLOCK AFTER LICENSES 11
Tel.
0. dot 471
Jasoline Engines
V.. Sell the Celebrated
.Westminster..
AMIR   Q
U.TWO
iroiR
CLE
lOUSf
ll!l>  ��� .;  month be came
up  th,  river In  the sleamer Heaver,
Victoria   to Langley, with Col-
onel   M" "���    and others to visit' the
1 iv  ling the city   Col.
, ... 'Ul   to  him  the  high
McWtlVtMl   .   A.-DtK-Ur. Columbia  St.    ''   '   ��f ni<J - heavily Umbered land
 ,    where he was laying out a townsite Ul,~ ia- <'<"   'inea with the glowing re-
as the capita   ot British Columbia. At   I-01"'1-  f'nI"   the  pioneers  of the Rus-
Sapperton  there was a  little    cabin   ���5*r'n emigrants,    is said  to be likely
Real Carnation Hat Pins.   aIld  tW0 1,'!''- occupied by  some of  ������" cause of the rush,
the Royal Engineers   working on the
survey.    Otherwise the ridge was the
most    densely  wooded    he  had   ever
looked  upon,  t. .        ,     growing right
t" the water bank, and even overhanging It. f)n April i. ij, v  Edward White
< line  to  Que, D_ orough,    as  it   was
then   known,  and   later  brought     his
family.    On  April  .;,  1859,  Mr. White
preached the first sermon on the bank
near the river, practically Where Ly.
ton square now Ig, under the thade of
a spruce tree, as he himself said:   It
was delightful to worship in the forest The next R_i vice was that afternoon on the site of where is now
the post office. ., piece of land having
Take notice that an v _ has   ' "en  cleared  for the colonial    treae-
b'-en made to register George Adam. ��� Ur-Vi They were subsequent^- allowed
us the owner iu Ev< Simple, under a 't0 "K'Pt at ''���'' treasury, Col. Moody
Tax Sale Deed from thi Mayor and n,m8elf wading prayers���so they had
Tn-asurer of the Cltj of New WeBt- church union In those days, of the
mins'-er, to George Adams, bearing ; congregation, 50 were men and one a.
date Hie 25th day of September, A.D. Iwoman-     w Armstrong  and   Mrs.
Res. 42..
LAND   REGIS.Ry   ACT.
IRON   WORKS
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
: Street. ���   New Westminster
Belllngham, April  4.���The office of
ih.   state tisb    commisslonei  was be-1
si'i.'t'd all day   yesterday   by ttsh-trap]
opi ran,is and small li.-b. rmen who de- j
Blre to    enew their    Qshing licenses.
Thi old oiHs expired Wednosdaj night I
at 12 o'clock.     Last year the receipts
from licenses amounted to something !
less   than   $.o,uoo and a total of 3400 |
lllceuses were issued. Thl* year ll is
expected that ibe number will be
much greater, as many more applications are showing up.      The trap li'
j censes sell for $50 per annum, while
ibe  -mall    fishermen pay    $.', or less.
��� The auditor's office was another place
��� haunted by the trap owners
I
MANY DEATHS FROM
MEASLES AT LIVERPOOL :
  I
Liverpool,   April   4.���The    epi lemic I
of measles now prevalent hi.e ba? d��- (
loped  so    rapidly during    ihe past j
j
1902, of all and Bingular that certain i Kpnnefly were the sole survivors, and
parcel or tract ot  land .ma premisesM16  wa"  8lafl t0  liav''  Mrs.   Kennedy
situate, lying and being in tlie city of tllere t*1:'t f1a-v
New Westminster, in the Province Of Fr��_l a Csa.r tree.
British   Columbia, more    particularly      Dr. Robson then traced the growth
known and described as Subdivisionsjol   'Stumpton,"'  _-  the  Victoria   cUU
IS and  16 of Lot   ., Suburban  Block zena termed It.   Tbe first church waajyel
U. i built  on   the   comer of  Sixth   street Ifew days that instructions have been!.
You und those claiming through or. and Carnarvon street on a lot given issued by the education committee, |
unde.- you and all persons claiming by the government, the parsonage acting on the advice of the medical
any interest in the -aid land by virtu, and part of the churcn being construe-j officer of health, for the immediate
of any unregistered Instrument, and ted from a large cedar tie,- on the, closing of every infant school in the
,��. persons claiming any interest In lot. The first trustee board was com- city. This order affects 158 schools
the wUd land by descent, whose title posed of John Robson. Alexander Cai- at which about 40,000 children ar,. ini
is not registered unoer the provisions j der,   William   Clarkson,  C.  G.   Major. | attendance. ���
of the Land Registry Act, are required |and John Cooper, clerk lu the colon- j    Tho outbreak ls not confined to one
io contest the claim of the tax pur- j    | treasury.    Two others were added district, but is spread all over the city.
oi uiD--i_u  Homestead
Regulations.
[iij I'U.ie Dominions l___a With-
il_r_tt-y belt In British Colum-
i,u. M homesteaded by any person
ii tte Pole bead of a family, or
t'_-e.T��r 18 years o: age, to the
ptwi til one-quarter section oi 160
W. ure or less.
|__r; must b# nude personally at
lelccsl iand office tor the dls'rict in
l_c_ the land is eltuate. Entry by
pi) may, however, be made on cer-
i cot.iUong by ibe father, mother.
, diiigiiter, orother or eister ot an
pernlng homesteader.
I Tbe _.,_esteader is required to per
P _ '.be conditions connected there
111 under one of the following i
MK
���') At i-eaet Mi monins' residence
[m Mtl cultivation of the land in
_"�����> .eu lor three years.
,2> II tie father tor mother, it the
fw li deceased), 0f the home-
P*r resides upon a farm in the
FJU of the land entered for, the
IJoiii.e_:9 as t0 residence may be
P��W by .uch person residing wits
Pfeter or mother.
j3> l�� the settler has his perman--
I,, r"',lence "P0n farming land own-]
Pyllnln tie vicinity of his home.
IT'. U�� requirements   as   to resi-
li...!""' ''* "'"':tu''1 hy   residence
V** *s said land.
chSSey within forty.five days from the. later.
4ate of the firs: publication of this no-' Educational   Effort,
tice UpOn you. and In default of a ca- ��� The first communion service
veut or certifies*..' of Us pendens being i on January 1, 1.-.C0, with six commuui-
filed within such period, or in default I cants, Methodism bad always b.en
of redemption b< '.or* registration, I��!l 1 e_ with temperance, and the first
you and each of yon will be forever|temperance meeting held in British
���stopped and debarred from Setting j Columbia was aranged by Rev. Mr.
np any c'aim to or in reipect of thej White in the treasury building. Turn
said land, and I shall register Goorg" tng to education he pointed out that
Adams ��s owner thereof in fee. Miss  Woodman    conuueted    the first
And I hereby certify that publico- J school, with four of the tfv��_ children
tion of this notice for thirty days In L_ tbe townsite. Later on the Meth-
a daily newspaper putdlshed in New j odists Bel up the first High BChool an,|
Westminster will be good and sutH-1 r;m jt for two and a half years, undent service (hereof. L)e_   Principal Stramberg, and with a
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,  change   of   government   at   Victoria
Last week sixteen deaths from moa
sles were reported and -2 new cri^s. |
was iThi-i is the worst visitation of was-ic. I
which Liverpool    has   had   for msny i
year��.
_���!_���_ ��� I. I        ��� ��� ���
Cook & Ross
Do You Know
THAT THE  EVELY-FORD   SALES   CO.   OF   TORONTO
ARE   SELLING   OUT
Stevenson's
Shoe Stock
at great sacrifice prices?
YES.  THAT'S THE  STORY   IN   A   NUTSHELL.       MR.
STEVENSON  GAVE   US  INSTRUCTIONS      TO       SELL
OUT ALL  HIS  STOCK   I N   EIGHT   DAYS.
This sale provides a unique opportunity to buy to great advantage
YES.  INDEED  A  SPLENDID   OPPORTUNITY   IS   NOW
YOURS RIGHT AT THE FIRST     OF    THE      SEASON
WHEN   YOU   EXPECT   TO     PAY  FULL PRICES.
THERE'S   NO   RESERVE,    AND OVER   HALF  OF THE
STOCK   IS  NEW   AND CORRECT   IN   STYLE.
WITH  THESE  FACTS  LAID   BEFORE   YOU   WE     EXPECT THAT A WORD TO THE WISE IS ALL THAT IS
NECESSARY.
THERE ARE SHOES HERE  FOR   MEN, WOMEN, AND
CHILDREN.      COME AND 8EE.
REMEMBER IT'S
I The Evely-Ford Sales Co*
SELLING   OFF   STEVENSON'S SHOE  STOCK.
THE AUCTIONEERS
323   Front   St.,  Opposite   Market,
Westminster.
New [
New Westminster, province of British j transferred their
Columbia, thla 16th day of March, the school board,
A. D, 1909.
c   S, KEITH,
District Registrar.
To     Thomas       William      McColm
Charles W. Wise. Caroline A. Jack.
responsibilities   to
and   1260  Granville   St.,  Vancouver,
.-hould be consulted if you want io
scl' furniture or an auction conducted.
Live  Stock  Implement  auction held
[every Friday morning on Westminster
Next  the reverend j Market,  and every Saturday morning
to  the  establishment
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
April 6.���Williams' Jub.lce  Singers
April 7.���Imperial .scotch Concert.
Company.
April 9.���Vancouver   Orpheus Mu e
Choir.
April 17.��� Hurry  Beresford.
May '.���Gingerbread Mas.
June  10.���Nat   Ooodwin
,': Ml -a
n ��_.��� -
Sl!
Peril.:,
"ninths' noii,
in writing should
Commissioner of nom
"' of intention te.
|lti0*"-and8 at o,
""' 'ur patent
C0AL-.t_.i_
-em >. mmlng r,Rhts m��v be
,���     ",r��l) .I.nl of twenty-one yr_r.
'h ,,,,_  ,.   mal of *>���  i*t sere
' acres shall    be
Sent On Approval A *
* �� '0 *uc��i, ���
TO RliSl.NSIM.R PKOl'LE
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GEM
C/Je InK Pencil
Your Choice of
'i   11
ned
'-.nl'
Oo"�� Individual or
company
m
doctor  alluded
rn' Columbian    college   as a training
-chool for ministers, and higher education.      Westminster could claim lhe J
credit   of  taking a   great  interest   In
higher education, as the city had of-'
f.red the greatest inducements to the
college authorities to locate here.    He
Claimed Methodism had taken a fore-
most ],lace in the progress of the prov-
[nee alnng liti's of educational and so- '
rial   reform.
Other Church Jubilees.
In   two   years,   the   Presbyterians
woul I celebrate the founding of their
qhurch by the   Rev.   John Hal., who
preached bis first sermon in Victoria
u IS61, and whom he remembered as
wm in personal friend. In reading
the recent accounts of the jubilee col-
,. iratl 'ii of the founding of the Church
oi England In iMiish Columbia, held;
;,., the Mansion House in London, It
j.ini i, ��� i stated that when Bishop HH-
rived here there was only one
clergyman In the country.     Thai _u
, take, as he could remember I nay be have a ban. account.     Thai
bin,     ' a..i     half  a   dozen.       He   merchant  who has a bank account es-
was v'      i '" ��ee thai by reason of L^,,^ his credit, has sai'-iy tor his
ii,,, celebration it had been decided to
on Vancouver market.
New cooking stove; 3 wagons, nearly new; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower  (new).
A quantity of ucw furniture halt
price.    Room P. Hamley bleck.     Key
at 323 Front street.    I'hone A48S.
i
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters I
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone  13. Office, Eighth  St.
LEARIN   TO   DO
i
BANKING
N'O   mutter   how   small   your   business
A Bag of Cement
bought here will be found entirely free from powdered clay
and other cheapening filling.
That means the cement will go
farther and last better than the
���'filled" kinds. If you have had
experience you know it pays to
buy the best building materials.
To obtain the best you'll be wlse
to come here. We don't handle
any other kind.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
+4+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++***********+
Electric Railway Service
$
to i_._."',h"rat''of flv�� e��rta "er
��*��.,   U��� ?��llectM nn   ^   ���r-
""'' '"������''��� mined.
W. W. COUY.
ta'er of the Interior
^'theMm
LAND ACT.
5 ^ns,_r Land ���|itrI
Tlk   D"l^t of Sayw.-,rd.
*n Uy ���''" t C w. Preston,
S'm��<
'tin,
���oot-erly
Thtis
Two
Popular
Article*
9 for only
fir ���
Post
paid
to any
nild-tv
��e th-, i       P����>"sslon to   pur-
__. ' ""'owing ,i.,',.,ii..���, ,.._., .
deacrlbed lands
Post  planted  on
"*'h sh
*<��� foil.''-" 0I so,lth Tw'n l*lsnd,
re    easterly,
northerly    and
commence.
i-land con-
��*ln8  the  shore
"Ml..,./,   ^terly
���"fm ..��     ,0 l��"lni
% J* '" the
whol
., Dm,
��P"b
iif,|'e_
-i'i, 1909,
""ie or less>
I'RKSTON.
Br I��c��ii, Msm N ln'��
lllu��lr��llon�� tr�� t��"' Sl"
Kvery l>*����l,��rAatr<"!
fullMKt._-.H.T(-��n<l--*��
on riubt hand n-��y l" J""1,
in   either  our   rtsaMW _
black op��i_. p-U��in. ot ���
Non-br-ak��ble Tranipi'i
ent. M defied. ���"h'r, '"
plain or em-rawd _iil��H
aa preferred.
Toil any try ��"��� I"> �� ""J'
ll.ou do aut ��_4i<mwp',",,"V'
��� Utur   artlrl. Ih�� jo" �����" "
SMtewa��|
,���u |i r, r. , a I
ropol" S�� ��a�� 1"" u       ,
!S c-r.l.d   lu   .��;  I"'.'
. .ock.t or ition iO*w        ..,,:.
.'���,  aitla .i ���"V^'i'  l-i ���'���'"
1  Point, ^""-l"1?;,'^   B..-1
I .f.rrwb.r.   fo. ��-       .    w-.!<,
If Laughlin Mfg. Co.
?_. BlijtdK Bide
,;,!-,. :i fund <>f E30.000 to endow fl
theological college ro be connected
wiih the provincial iinversity. to be
known as 3t Mark's e.ollega. He
would remind them of the effort of the
\|. vi.lisi church to raise $100,00" for
college work. In conclusion, he expressed the hope that the religious
work of the church would rapidly ad-
vance,
Rev. Thomas Crosby would have
||_ted to speak, but found his physical
Infirmity would not permit him, and
nfter a few brief words he resumed
his seat.
Special praise is due to those taking   jg
part in the choral selections.     A por
trait of Rev. Edward    White wns 4U
pldyed  in  a  prominent position.
cash, and pays his bills with Cheque
In a busbies manner. YOU are Invited  to open an account  in
Interurban Line.
Cars   for  Vancouv, r   and    way
Stations fill run every half
hour from a: all a. m. Lasi
car li ivi i at 11   p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver sl
11:30 p.m,
Curs leava tin- depotl eve: v
twenty minutes for both Bap-
perton an 1 city limits over the
city   line.
City Lme: Cars leave tram
offlce "ii the hour, twenty mln-
Utes after, and forty minutei
after, commanctnj at G:20 a. B
Sapperton Line: Cur- have
at ti n ininutps utter the hour.
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at I: |0
n. in.
Sunday service half-hourly between S:fl0 a. m. and 11. p. m.
The Royal Bank of Canada!
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
+++++++++++++++++++++++++44+++++++++++++++++++++++++
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $50.0S0,000
New Westminster, B. C. Branch, F. B,
Lyle,  Manager.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
0iti.it.
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Government Sues Timber Men.
Grand Junction, Colo., April 2.���The
United States government brought
suits today In equity against sixty corporations and individuals charging
them with having cut timber illegally
from the government reserves.
Advertising and Circulation
The Daily News, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
The Daily News-Advertiser, Vancouver   50c per month, $5 per year
The Sunday News-Advertiser,      "        50c tor 3 mos., $1.50 a year
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P. O. Box 29
Subscriptions and .Iv.rliv.���: M.s"siili_lt_;l for the ahove publications
CHARLES   E. SAINDS,  Agent
New Westminster
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M0NDAV.APRIL5
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
\v< stmlnster, ll. C.
E. A. ��aige Managing  Director
MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1909.
FIRE AND  POLICE.
. a that the city estimates aro under consideration we may again call
attention to the nped for the' establishment of a flre alarm ami telephone
Indicator connected ivith iho police
station at the bottom of either BegDie
or Eighth street. \\ e hope provision
may ibe made l'or these. The telephone indicator would be valuable us
��� means of communlcatliig with the
polici constable whose beat ends just
n be point named. By means of a
ligh: his attention could be attracted
and In be at once acquainted from the
police station with Information ni ces
sar to be conveyed to him. At pres-
ll la necessary l'or ibis constable
lo il. a special journey to the police
offli i|,r such a purpose a_d much
va!     ile time is thus often lost.
trie!, it is likely to prove a disappointment. It would be far boiler for the
company to accede to the requesl
made to them some months ago by
Coquitlam residents to locate a Btation
somewhere near the North Arm crossing, which would be a real convenience 'o the considerable number of
settlers on both the New Westminster
and Burnaby side of the Hue, leaving
the present ltiirniiny Lake station
where it is.
gparks emitted    by a passing locomo-
iiv       The sninll 'blaze was soon exiled,
"GET THE HABIT"
The Fox
Typewriter
Here is a Snap.
cingfora real good profitable Investment loi me call   your attenti	
land near lion Accord which has ben given bi    r���, ,,lll(.k   .a|i.      , <- J   hall .-.,,,
Is bringing good  prices.     As an Investment this should interest you.      There |,    ome   '" "''u loca'itj
If you are loo
tion (SO acres) of
on the property and easily taken out.
S|""n''l'l Umber
Small Fire.
The flre brigade from No. 1 hall was
called  on   Saturday  afternoon   to   the
old V.. W. .- Y. freight shed on Front
street, which bad caught lire from the
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. .1. S, Rainey and famllj wish
to thank the many friends for the
kindness and sympathy shown oi the
occasion of their late sad bereavement
is without a peer in the typewriter world. It stands today the finest and most complete typewriter
manufactured.
SEE IT AT
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the saim
SPECIAL TODAY���Maple Leaf Plates,
85c per dozen.
The price Is $40.no an acre. $SO0.()o dowH;  9360.00 in six months, and the balance in
years.     This offer is pood for a few days only.     As- an Investment  I  know of n
0 better.   M,,.,
end two
quickly
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK,  COLUMBIA STRE ET.
PHONE     97    WHEN   YOU    WAN-
WHERE IS IT7
It  would  be   Interesting    to km w
whir, bus beei  ol the proposal pu
forward some time since by the school
trustees to establish a commercial
*ide in connection with the Royal
City High School. The proposal inc.
with very general approval, representatives of labor giving it a special
welcome, and the citizens were looking forward to its inception with Interest. But the scheme seems to have
beer, laid aside and forgotten, or rele-
ga'ter to the shelf for things that
might have been. At all events nothing has been heard of it for some
months now. Why an eminently practical and timeiy proposal of this kind
should be thus smothered we fall to
understand. There is real need for
a system of practical business education to meet the requirements of today. Excellent though the present
scheme of instruction given at our
High School is, and efficiently us this
is carried out, it. yet fails to provi le
that course of education which will
i rain the rising generation to take
their proper share in the conduct and
promotion of the staple trades' and Industries of this province, The present system turns out admirable clerks
and shop assistants, but provides- only
io a Slight extent the knowledge that
would be useful to the youth of our
city wishing to take up the engineering or surveying professions, to go Into the lumbering or mining industries,
or become fruit-growers, stock raisers
or farmers. The time is certainly ripe
for the reform which was proposed,
and some explanation as to why the
matter has not been proceeded with
is due.
GROCERIES
li. C. cream, large can 2 for 23i I
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 for25e
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for ...23c
.Milk (Blue Ribbon), per ca.  10c
v.   irted Jams, regular price 2."c tot.
3 for 50c
��� PHONE  169.
5. ?���* '
. _' - -.
BUTTER.   EGGS,  and   NO.   1.   POTA
TOES AT LOWEST PHICcS.
Adams & Deans
++++++++++++++++++++++0++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
t HAVE   VOU   TRIED X
! Premier  Flour?
if not, ask your grocer for it at once, and be sure that you get PREMIER, as there is no oth"r flour to equal it on the market.
PREMIER FLOUR is becoming a household necessity.     If your
dealer does not stock it, 'phon0 us    and we will    deliver it to you
ourselves.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
136 COLUMBIA  STREET.       P. O. Drawer 100.
*      i none  335. too   wvsi_uivib.m   ginccii        r.  kj.  urawer   iuu- a
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YOUR CHOICE OF A WINDOW
FULL OF $1.25 AND $1.50 W��� G. _
R. AND TOOKE BROS.. LTD., MAKE
TO CLEAR FOR
Shirts
THE SHIRT
THESE ARE SOFT FRONT GOODS
AND ALL GOOD WASHING PAT
TERNS. TAKE A LOOK AT OUR
WEST  WINDOW.      YOU'LL BUY.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
SOLE  AGENTS FOR   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
A   DIRECT   rlOAD.
The negotiations between the City
Council and the C. P. R. with regard
to an exchange of laud Which will
place at the city's disposal the- reserve
between Twelfth and Fourteenth
streets, reported at the Council meeting on Friday evening, would seem to
6how that the city authorities are noi
unmindful of the neces.--ity of securing
a direct right-of-way to the settlements west of the city. With the development that is now taking piace
in and around Eburne and the certainty of lhe settling up of the whole
route of the new electric car line
thereto in the near future, ii is important that a dinri road should run
between this western portion of the
peninsula and New Westminster, For
the greater part of me distance we
have already a good main thoroughfare In existence, the North Arm road;
but its connection with the city 1-, to
says the least. Inconvenient, being attainable only by tortuous and uncertain ways. Inasmuch as ibis road is
likely to become an Important means
of communication with a district that
Will be a contributor of agricultural
produce as well a. an Industrial centre it should have some direct ni"nns
of connection with the city. This
we hope win be afforded by the link
road which we understand it is proposed to construe' between Twelfth
and .Fourteenth   stri els.
COQUITLAM  RAILWAY STATION.
We notice thai the Qreal Northern
Railway i'o. have approached the Bur-
naby Council with a proposal to remove ihe presenl .union ai Burnaby
Lake to a point threi quartera' of b
mile farther south, which we presume
indicates piper's Biding. Exactly
Wil) tile company are desirous of mai.-
in.' this alti ration we are noi aware,
bui If II be with the Iden Ibai ii wlll
b ��� mon   i   'i enli nl to fhn pul He and
NSTON'S
Auciio
m
n Sal
Today
for your next pair of
SHOES
Read These Saturday��
Prices: 03
Me,v3   velour calf   oxfords.   "The    Maximum   ShOc,"   \i\A
Pair ��4oop3
Men's   patent  leather blucher  oxfords,  full   military   m
heels;   a   swell shoe    $4.50   fY\
Men's   oxblood oxfords, our "Warwick   Shoe."  none   f i|
more  stylish  Per pair     $1.00 and $4.50   \***4l
Men's   oxblood   blucher    bals,    made    on    the  new   LW
"Bud"   last     1  1-2 inch Cuban heel.  .   Pair ...$4.50
Women's  patent  colt   blucher oxfords, all   sizes  and widths, per pair $3.00 and $3.50
Women's  oxblood  oxfords,  "Feminia" make, the newest shoe in the store, per pair    $3.00
Ladies' best Russia calf, tan oxfords, made with the ring eyelet fasteners, pair $350
Ladies' best turn so'e chocolate  kid oxfords,  pair  $2 50
Ladies'  black  kid  oxfords with patent tips, pair
SPECIAL
YOUR
vSHOE
BILLS!
 $1.75
$1000 WORTH   OF   NEW CHILDREN'S   GOODS   ON   SALE   TODAY.    ALL
SUMMER SHOES
num be
8
1
STARTS OUR MONSTER SALE.
THE BIGGEST THING IN A JEWEL
RY WAY. THE LARGEST JEWELRY
STOCK IN THE CITY, OF DIA
MONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS. CUT
GLASS, CHINA, OPTICAL GOOD..
GOLD JEWELRY, GOLD-FILED
JEWELRY, ..LVERWARE, ETC..
ETC.
EVERYTHIN 1     MUST  GO.        WE
ARE   CLOSING   OUT.
SALES EVE '.Y DAY, 2.30 & 7:30
P.M.; 4 ELEGANT PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY AT EVERY SALE FREE.
BRING THOSE COUPONS AND EV
F.RY ONE ATTENDING EARLY
WILL GET ANOTHER COUPON AT
THE DOOR. COME AND SECURE
BARGAINS AT YOUR OWN P IK
J-  A.  SINCLAIR.  AUCTIONEER.
of lhe Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster,'B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
��� ill
Mil   I'i'   I     , Ml
...  1 ii   , ii , ��� ���  from ihv (-ji
r -w^x V*\?��2;
i$twk7lm?i3i\vi MOW
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THE   DAILY   NEWS,
pERftlN *
TREc:
PACE I _VE.
HIIMUMMWIIIIMMH
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Some Timely
Easter Offerings
.i*.Y   ITEM   DEMONSTRATES  THS    E.VNOMY,     THE     SAVINGS  OF ^^
SHOPPING   T-H1.    WEEK.
Tailored Suit Bargains at $20 and $25
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Undoubtedly the _��� rs.  .
season.      These   suits   I
tion of a famous Nt�� Vork tt Tht
material is "* cose, eveti  weavt  ol
wool  Imported    Panama;    -.-.���. .-.- .-
the  most  popular weir -
the  market...   Choice  of colors   taupe,
blue,  trewn.   b'ack:   cut  o-,  tht   latest
res. coat '.2 to 42 inches long: lapel.
collar, coat  sleeve,    gored   skirt  with
wide   panels;    button   trimmed.     This
week $20.00 and $25 00
'
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An Exceptionally Good Offering
in Women9s Coats
$15.00   VALUES   FOR   $1000
m plain Coburgh cravennet{e. striped covert, etc., in 32 to 40 inches In length; all sizes. Note these
Coats a-> : the m.st modern lines and are very handsome indeed and the price is ridiculously
M     Ji sa . at        $10.00
EASTER    OFFERING     IN
Linens
TiE-E CLOTHS���Irish satin damask,
double wharp of extra super quality.
���' ��� ittractive patterns in border ef
fects; rtaTular $7.00 to $7.50.    On  sale
at   each $4 00
(2 1-2 and 3 yds. long by 2 wide).
TABLE CLOTHS���2 yards by 2 12:
h.mmed ready for use In beautiful border effect on the four sides; regular
IMS, for $2.25
TABLE NAPKINS���Full bleached sat
m damask, Irish linen, very fine weave
neat flora; designs, hemmed; size 20x
&   On sale, dozen $2.50
TABLE NAPKINS���Full bleached 20
��20, hemmed, made from pure flax
yarns, soft finish. Regular $1.75 for,
P��r dozen. $1.25
Kid Gloves
FOR   EASTER
We still continue to handle Tret
ou��se and Rouillion kid gloves as their
long lead over all other makes have
proven beyond doubt their superiority
in black and all leading colors. Per
pair, guaranteed $1.25 and $1.50
Silk and lisle and fabric gloves, long
and short lengths, all new shades.
Prices from 50c to $1.50.
New Neckwear
Fancy    Collars  of    all    description
from  50c to $2.00.
Handsome New Belts ?
IN  LEATHER, SILK,
INSEL, ETC.
Nice
Tins..SB��Ptment W,th novel buckles.    All new colors.    Prices from	
'  B,|t,l*B.  by  the  yard,    '
 50c to $1.50
 50c per yard
Beautiful Assortment of New Ruchings
Just
New Hosiery
. nufacturcr of London, England, In cash
'^"I* a!!.1. M4SSr8' *' * * M0Hey> *he world-renowned m*
��� ^Ik and wool, cotton, etc., plain lace, embroidered, etc., all pr
"""-������MM ����� I ���"*�������
New u ���.
''-OKEI.CH.EFS
.^MUSLINS
NEW   RIBBONS
NEW   LACES
NEW VEILINGS
I'"'   fir       asi in ���"���-��� -.-  and    sX&
l   ������ ���        '        '. wo.k,        ���'!.' -tillOiK
ll; b .,.--.,. r-!20..
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br .   .,. ba.il
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for iiikiii.   afflila.lts
Set ��� -.., I
Johnson  and   lib   ��
rival,  reception  arm   i
""���    .i,." I,,   iti St-aatii '    ���   i
torn rotm-df Jol ns in am
rui Theatre, M-nda.  and Tu<-. la-
ickets fo   ',,r
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9 ��� ...,'.!     ood_-M   April    7th.
serve  seats,  7_C   m   Rj all's.
K.
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a num_ei o. coug. i :���
���-  ���'������'  past . v. flu.,-. in __��
P_a_. i Mills.     <__
wnarkalhi.   bold  for    v
I be ���   ���      ...
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cIost  to t'i'.   i. i   mills.
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not    (ind    ibe    occttffta 101
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1 " I ���������������   mttn  at bi-  stin.     ���
demand.
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old Scotland ivirh _ .., hi-
Opf-rn __OT18-   Af'i'.   7 I **
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'on   '���     IS!
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|b��_q i       _ specielt.   Rire? up
���.:.,        1st, 181 '*
E... : thousand v< -. '   ��� ��� eed to i
Wi   ! amilton in Nev   .    _      r�� one
|lto j...  the companj _ rousing
' t'.or, ..,- **
l".   , Barclay, the com c will b Ig. I
en th�� .-.iiicert at the   Opera KotoM,
1 April 7. . **
i.       xamtnattoni ast< t
, term at Columbia,   co
!n Id     Ills     nn k.      -.'.K
i Tliir.- laj      The final e* ons a
ihe i leal students bogin Immedi
intcV  aft ���   Baati
The besl companj ol [uhtli i
i trai   ling todaj la the Wttlam .
! Opera House, Tm id <���. April 81
Mr--, c .*^  Richmond will noi I
��� uiiiB itc.iiu until furthei  notice.
The   V.  I'   K   M al Co .l.v
which  tha  '''������ ��� i   v'' 'ej   Me��i     -
k,-, on Columl la sti,-, i is a   ra
holding j grand $1,000 drawing com
petition    The prizes which are   on
vleW   in   \V.  ...   Kerr's   window   ni
In iiuiiii ci and run from a $���",','| cab-
inet grand pUno to tt $1'' watch Everj
c.isb customer of 25 cents an "','
wards receive! a coujjou giving them
a chance to win b prlie, Wktoh (oi
further particulars in tomorrow
sue.
Tiie funeral ol tlie lats Mrs, Donald
ESaatman, who died ai Roya Colum
biiui hospital on Friday, took place
yesterday afternoon, Interment being
in tlu> Oddfellows' ciii'Ttei.v i
large number of floral trlbutei Wei ���
placed on  the eollln.
Tea 8vt drawing, Crystal theatre,
.", ii.m. today.
Your last  i limine on  the  froe    tea
set   to  be  gi ven   aW*y   nl   Hie   C
theatre this afternoon al 3 p.m    M il
ineo for ladles mui children, 2 to B
p.m.
This li tii<> in��t day for iho placing
or naineii on the voiert1 ll1*! for tha
OL IR   BARGAINS   IN
Sowing Machines at $:.0.
Matting at 15c up.
Grass Chairs (heavy stock), from
$1.50 up.
BARGAINS   IN   ALL   LIN ES.    AWNING    WAKING    ANO    PIC
TURE  FRAMING  A SPECIALTY.
W.   E.  FALES
It. furniture Man. UphoisiPivr and Undertaker
70*74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
PHONE   176.   NIGHT  CALL 81.
HOUSE ./��� QUALITY
-*���*-
Those Easter
Clothes
You want Wi Easter Suit, and \vT_y not gel material that holds its shape. This store is the
home of the
FAMOUS NORTHWAY
CLOTHING
Xorthway (lothing is full of eharacter, with a
tailored eloquence that appeals to men who
Study drtBs.   OUR EASTER FURNISHINGS in-
���'luilo   Hats,   Shirts,   Hosiery,   Neckwear,   Etc.
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
272 COI.UMIIIA STREET
...YOUR...
TO Yoi'it VtEABUlUS
AND PIT
$17, $18, $20,
$25, $30
STYLE   ANO   QUALITY   18  OUR
MOTTO.
BUTTONS    MADE    TO    ORDER
YOU   WAIT.
GALVIN
The Ladies' anil Men's Tailor
Travellers, Read This!
The Railway PasMngi-rs' Ag.urance Company, London, England,
IB not only the oldest accdent Insurance company In the world, but
it has become famous for its prempt and liberal settlements, a�� the
following letter will show:
\    W   Mel,K'ill, Marr,h   11.   IU0��.
.genl itiiiiway r.is.-v->.',-.   iaasranca co���
(Mly.
Deer BIi i beg logekwni ggg receipt nt gheoH in full puyi_an.
of my  -luliri for aceldent W-tfCft ooanrreig Ut ma In JUaUaf. lMfcll-i'a
plinlne In" Itey nt Hnmaby lak"
Although mv rlnlni wbs o-iiy put forward a few nay.-. :ig9, I lifivo
alrpfldi recslved a BOttlem-St, ^ml ihunk yon I'm  thu prompt manner
In which It has beei doa;t with.
(RlRTiPd) P. R]910H_NRAt:H.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their polloles being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Bafore starting on any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking  let me place a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000.000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER 30,000.000
ALFRIrD    W.   McLEOD?
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 CO'.UMBIA ST.
PHONE M
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  _>TEWS.
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Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will  harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at ,
Five Cents a Bar
FRICTION IN FRANCE
OVER INCOME TAX
MADE IN CANADA
Opponents of Measure Win
Victory in Naming of Senate Committee.
Si ��� 1 .��*, ,.,���������������'.    " j.               ���    'a  ��� ��� ���
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Rubber Balls from 5c up
Lacross.  Sticks 35c up
Base Balls   . ', '.'. ,10c up
Gloves   .r> -: ". tta 40c up
Bats 20c  up
Masks,   Body   Protectors,   etc.
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Street,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
L
NEW WESTMINSTER, 6.
Re the north portion 17 by 5 chains
(8 1-2 acrt-s) of subdivision 12 and
the noriii portion 10 by chains (ii
aeres), of subdivision 13 of Lot 79,
Group 1. map fi36, New Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate Of title number 2720F, issued in
the name- of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been tiled in this office.
Notice la hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof. In .-i dally newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
in. made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
J..nni   Registry   Offlce,   New   Went-
miii-(-.f, P  C., March 22, 1909.
Paris, April 4.���The opponents in
France of the income tax project,
which has already passed the Chamber
of Deputies, have won a victory in the
selection of the s<yiate committee
that Is now to consider the measure,
This committee is Overwh-lmhigly
hostile to the proposal. M. Rouvier.
who has been chosen chairman, declared that the credit of France, wkich
ha. been the chief factor in her repen-
eration since 1870, now constitutes the
strength of her international position.
He says that if her plighted word is
broken, and government securities
taxed, the cost to the country in the
event of war would run into untold
millions.
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Hand-Painted Photo
Frames.   Samples In
the window.
SALERATUS !
IS THE BEST
J_ W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
W��
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J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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Would Give an
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Britain
Westminster ;   TT"!.       D    * !__/���
Transfer Co.j / Aie rrize Winners
for March
tifflce 'Phone 18b.     Barn 'P.oue 137
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to     t
any part or the city. J
Light and Heavy Hauling t
:
:
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
_.j_fei_=*<_i'.
Montreal
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
toii-IW-iTraAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers i, Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of ^ixtti.
. . O. Box 345. Ph-one 10-.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
April
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE I.ATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Mond.y, Wedues-
'.lay.��nd Friday.     Special matinee for
_d_._ and children, Saturdays at 2:3-
P IB,'
ComtiencinS Monday, March 2$-
our iierl'orinnnce will start at 7:So
sharp
Re &u-UiVision H of Lot 79, Group
li N.W Westminster District; I/)ts 18
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, BlocK K-
Vn o.ing part of Lot 6. S^'uirba-r
Block IV., New Westminster City*.
Whereas proof of the los-. of certificate of tltl��_ hum'ber 16027A, issued in
tji�� B.&mes of Charles F<ed;ric Sprott,
; Francis Kaia Schoi^   Luc'v Chrtstlnc
Schou, has begg filed in thi. offlQe.
'    Noti<-c Is hereby given tliat I ettnii,
inl xht expiration of one month from
j the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published I.
the city of New Westminster, Issue a
I}duplicate of the said certificate, un'.ss
In   the   ineauUme   valid  objection   be
��� made io m. in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
Diat_-t Registrar of Titles.
fcan.   Registry   Offlce,   New   Went-
mlhBt.., ft. C. March 22, 1909
.. -Addri'.-sing tin
Canadian Military Institute l-'rlda*
night on "The Influence of Aeronar ',c���
ou the Cahadlan .Military P^cy""' Major Moseley, R. _., pirJ^J of 'jt^fr
fications and .V'���lfafi- Engineering nt
the Royal, j,fj||trtrv  allege, Kingston,
S?ilil lie* thought that Canaila could
give first .asistance to the _iriti.-.h empire In the hour of need ���by supplying
���iP-ships instead of Dreadnoughts.
New Spring Goods
JUST  ARRIVEP,
'Exactly   the   material  you   want   ,,,-
Isuits made to order.    p.a.fe__ fit ftuar-
t W'teed.
HEE CHUNGI
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New WestmlHMti
Opposite  Windsor Hot al
EDITOR MADE MINISTER TO
.'   GREECE A"ND  MONTENEGRO
NOTICE.
Concord, N. -II., April 4.���George H
Moses,  who h.is    befih    -elected  h.
President Taft    (o be    United Stake.
minister to Greece    and Moht-fe-gro,
is   managing   editor   of the Concord
Evening Monitor.     Since U.-^vas graduated  from    Dartmouth    college  Mr.
Moses has been a proniihent figure in.:
New Hampshire politic..     He was an
ardent   supporter   -4t   Vice-Pre-i'/fent
Fairbanks for the presidential r/irhin-
Htion.      He Is 3S yours old.
lio you hold the duplicate Coupona bearing one of thi i _mi
low?   If so you are entitled to an elegant 109-plece China Dlnn,   -..���
Remember, if you do not find your number among the u n.;
reserve your coupoav gather what  mor.   you can   you an     Et ai
likely to win n.xt month on thla month's couponi
46,878 31,910 34,148 36,663 36,449
38,588 30,439 48.857 47,555 49,852
livery .Q-.pound .ick ot iU.v'al Standar. Flour contalnt i Mm.
bered coupon entitling thr holiler to a ch*ance to win oneol tec beau
tii'ul and costly Cli-n.<�� IV.nnvr Bets that are given away tn<ir V ... ithe
nsv- of thla f-aj.o��\s bread flour.  Save your coupons, v- '   1 V
gather all yon fc_n���-you -will find your number annnii th. list      ���'
these days.    The winning numbers will appeal  It t*\a -; ace    ���  .ml
*    '8sue *'f '%ar1' l1inn"1-
New Spring ..oods for ; .
Udie. and Gentlemen ! Vancouver Muling & brain U, Ltd.
I '
X   beautiny Una  of   materia!     ���;, -   . VaflCOUVfer,  B. C.
tailor mar1^ costumes and suitings ha.
just arrived.
We| guarantee �� perfect fit and i-'t>o,\
we^rknnanaship.
WING  YUEN
Kwong  On   Wo & Co.  B'ock,
Columbia    and   Mel noes   Sts.
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Lawn Grass Seed
WHEN GOING CAST
Take notice that 1, C. W. Preston,
ot VancouTer, B. C, farmer, late_d -t-oj ASk THE TICKET AGENT
apply to the Honorable Chlel Coiumis-
sione * of Lands and Works for a
twenty-GOe year grasing lea.e on tlie
following described land: Commenc-
Each  p��Tformsnce  runs ��ne I ing at a ;iost on the east    shore   of
i Phorh. B4.
P. O. Box 0.5.
TO SENZ) YOU OVER
,s\lfc N0RTHWEfiTERN:UNE"
Eight Train-
Every  Day in th�� Year
BETWEEN
hour and 30 minutes. Nothing but tbe  Zayas   Island,  Port  Simpson  district
latent moving picture and  illustrated ! about  a mile south of t__  mouth   Of
>oiigs will be oa exhibition at the Edi-j Lake  creek, tience west  across    thi*
son theatre.     Music will be furnisdied i islasd  to the shore, thence following
by t_e New   Westminster   orchestra, j the  shore    northerly,    easterly    and
Don't fail vo hear and see them. southerly to tho point cf    commenc.
Arfrviission. 10c. ChildrtTI, 5c ! mmt.
F. L. KERR, Man-rger. \,.   2   les-.-se.���Zayas     island,     Port
____________________________ j Simpson district, starting at a post at
tihe southeast corner -of No.  1 lease,
C,     1    ry-1 tlhence wiaat across tfce island to   the
rySlal     J[ U.Cds'tTC  e]WT*-  ,h"T-p0    following    the    shore
southerly,     easterly     and      northely
around to the point 6f commencement.
C. W. PRESTON.
Jan. 28, lHOfi
The  Inles-J   and   nwie.!   up-l��- lute
ANIMATED  PICTURES  AND   ILLUSTRATED SONGS.
ll
PTOffl l.lil.- <'.i,,ir.;,-d Monili, . We:l-
nesdaj and Fridsj Aftern'oot niaiiii-
,,'s from . to 5. Evening performance comniencea m   '  M-m.
A
ADMISSION  10c.
CHILDREN 5c.
NOW
is the time you should get rldof that
old furniture and pul In some new
goods.
We pay the highest possible prlcei
fm second-hand goods und we are
able lo iell you almost anything you
require In the way of furniture as well
as hundreds of other useful articles,
sew and second-hand. When you
want a square deal  all  around go to
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
CANADIAN
m
Just received���a Shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and lii;ht automatic niacnin-
ery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  on  Ihe Wheel."
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTI8E
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter Holidays
In coiir.'.ction witt the above round
trip lickft-s will be .old at one single
ft'are and one-third.     Tickets on sale
April  .tli to 12th inclusive.    Good to
return up to and including April i:;th.
School   pupils  and  teachers   will   be
given tickets from April 1st to 21st
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Vvestminster.
ot C. 13. Fi>6TER,
As... Genl. Pass. Agt.,  Vancouver.
A  FEW LEFT
Good Russet Apples
Splendid Cookers
$1.50 Per Box
Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTKltN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best iJ. its
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It is lighted wiih both
electricity au. gas; th. most brilliantly illuminated train in :he world. The
equipment consists ot private compartment cars, standard 16 section sJeep-
ers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (seat-- f?ee), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smok.
lag cars.
For  Time   Tables,   Folders, or  any
further information call on or w.iie
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
Fraser River Service jj
. 4 1
Sfcr. Ramona ^
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
����������������**���*
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND  SAT
UROAY.
At 8 a.m., calling at following points:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Vai-
ley, Whonnock, Ruskln, SHverdaJe, Jit.
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    Hatch.
De.'diicy, Nicomen Island, Suinas ana
Chilliwack.     Returning   leaves   Chilli
���wack on Wednesday, Friday, and .Sjd-
day at 7 a.m.    Excellent    paseenga"
accomodation.    Lowest Freight rat.
WESTERN    STEAMPOAT   CO.,   Ltj
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Wewtminvr*
Spring Cleaning
A Dissell's Carpet Sweeper
is a grout help to the housewife in  Spring  cleaning  time.
We also have Jap-a-!ac, Bap-a-
lac, Liquid Veneer, etc., for
brightening up the furniture,
Call iu nnd inspect our stock.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Pawl to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, 'South West Limrted"
Kansas City tc Chicago.
No  trains in   the  service  on    .any
railroad  in   Ihe   world that   equal   in
equipment   thai   of   the  Chicago,  Mil-
waukee  _  St.  Paul  Railway.      Tbey
own and operate their own sleeping
| uud dining oars on all their trains and
\ sive their patrons an excellence    of
[ serrice not obtainable elsewhere.
H. 8. ROWE, General Agent.
; 134 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland, Or.
nl
Moody Park Store
Corner 10th St. and 6th Ave
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning  Papei,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Atlantic steamships
i !M_TMl_l��rc_? On
'impress  of Britain       March  26
F.'mpress  of  Ireland       April   9
Empress of Britain      April  23
When sending for friends in the old
country by buying tickets at this
office you will save money and prevent
delay,
Call for particulars.
ED. GOULET,
Agent
GET YOUR SPUING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel   Block, P.  O.  Box  64-1.
New Westminster.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEW
Mutton,
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   BY
The Reichenbach
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. dONP*V
APRIL 5, 1909.
THE  DAILY  HEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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Lacrosse Players
Io Keoiaio Amateurs
(Contlnm i
events  were  restricted
nly,
0"e Club in Vancouver.
After further _ scusslon on tha mat-
a. passed unaiiiiii-
m*^-' ���      ^^k__3^SE_��i.
��� -    One.)
:.. .
catalogue
mr order for
pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
T.v.-
\
Ko
.;��� ll
to
of ������
1,1],lies, etc
annoy you,
No
"i" A Turnb" ��� Rennie,
the boy,
"����� Bea  ; .- i, representing mone. of v ... w,.,,.,,::
of pocket   ,1,,, lcrogse
Mat-   Bar* ��� i un    ,i,.,-
1:i,n,10n for x iv claimed
'they were all in the same lioat.
THE   BUTTON,"
YOU "PRESS
We DO THE  REST.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Offices. Greenhouses  and   Seed
lioiises, 3010 Westminster Road,
lyusouver,B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver.
ttH4+k.+++++++++++++++
Affidavits from the majority of the
MH),1��   '���';,:     ���' Mere  put
In to show thai  they had not   been
paid at all.
Affiliate With C. A. F.
Lionel   V,���k,,   ,,   .  . ,  _g   '   ,.osolu.
tion  that the B   C. A   L   a. affiliate
with  the Canadl in v   .
tion. said he thoughi the lacrosse as
Boclatlon should di al  ��� . .,
lio11  "'    '��� '���'��� following
the attitude taken .   __   y  .y .
1".    After wh.n had tran   iln i at the
previous  meeting  he  wa      surprised
tlie Amateur Union Bhoul 11     e aci
and I lacrossi
ib.   rei
... H	
m  was  then    pnt,
a:rl ��> th,  ...inli,ii:s be held
: the clubs given 60 l|
pli te their im isl
.a.
Both em!    Matt    Barr
,)   only   be   one   Hi.
Vane       .   this year,
mty  of    securing
players.    it
WESTMINSTER
TRICT,
LAND    Dli
Of Ult     I'a).!,
���stmlnster dls-
tei    ��� ction
north  and
town-
District of Surrey.
_k. noli ��� ������������    '���'���    lllrltt
rmIS8lon to
,the ''��� ,'li 1;,;'l:
planted where
Eu   SS\_________���
ier section
prolonged,   running
|1 thi t��o  C-'l
I one (Dl : :'' 10�� ���'"'���s
,��as(  60 rod       i nee north to I A- A
_  . iouth  of the   before '
|ntic_e_ souther >   boundary of lot
, group tiv  (2);   thence  easteily j
to the Bal i southerly   boun- J
I ryot lot ���"������     - two (2), to a ,
nt 62 rods north of the 49th paral-
Ol north latitude; thence wc.-t to
��i;,r murk unl G2 rods distant
lm the said 49th parallel of  north
We; thence sou:li 62 rods; th-iic.
it to ths point where the southerly
Hilary of lot  505   group two   ll!)
meets the before mentioned  49th
lllelof norh latitude; then follow-
uhe said southerly boundary of lot
.group two i-'l.  to tlie  point  of
mencement. mn' lining by estltna-;
itwo  Hundred    and    forty  acres,
! or less.
pfcd at While  Rock.  B.   ('.,   this '
pdday ol February,  1.09.
HENRY T. THl.l'T.
fW WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
not transpire however
"' ''���' ..... or the Maple
Leafs   '��� ,      :        .    v.uy.
Howev, stated there would
be a meeting , ��� ... to Arrange tor
amalgams
Mr-  Mai li ... , mus;   go
under this affill .tio .   _,   c. .\. _r
������  tion,  bin   he
did not  si e hi ould gel ii from
the C, A. F.
|    Mr. Su.  . ,.   - ;,.,. a    nton
ild    i io v.ion which would
rent  clu alarh s to a ~J
layer this
Mr, Graj - o far as Wi nln I i
waa oom ��� i v ;
Mr. Turn!.ui wn          li            |  -,,    ny
affiliation with the C. A             ild not
debar  playi i ng
An interim I _ ] icrossi li ague under the iiu.-'i, . , f the Et. C, A. A. U.
wi 1 be forn . in Vancouver ibis
proba reek, a prollm-
Il irj   n ��� ��� tli .   already           i
held.
I
i    Arising froi;, this  statement   Lionel
I York.,  wanted  some  restriction    tm-
��� I on club- as eon,', rned the dralt-
! ing of players,
A. Turnbull suggested no further
progress could be made till they had
; copies of the rules of the C. A. F. und
N. L. V., and moved a resolution to
procure copies of s.uio, with a view
to the amendment of the constitution.
Transfer  of  Players.
Mr. Lynch then moved, "that tins
association affiliate with the C A, F.
and adopt tho f. A. F. rule regarding
the definition nf an amateur and that
we allow amateurs to play with pro-
affiliated, to cover individual cases, i Qeaglonala without prejudice to the
the speaker contended the condition Of I standing of the amateurs Clubs. li,,w-
the B. C. A, L. A. was better than re- . over, must declare as to the standing
ceni.ly. i of each  player who is playing    with
Ho pointed out that the association j them  (amateur    ana    professionali,'
had   never  forwarded  its   resignation Ianc-  that  eiubs comply  with  the  following rule:
A player shall not be allowed to
change clubs until he has played with
a club two year-, and twenty-one days'
notice must be given to the secretary
of the association by the player making the change.
If no  valid objection  is  made,  a
certificate naming the club for which
he is to play shall be given.
The resolution carried.
.     ii bad don
playe-s  from  taking part in    events;
controlled  by  that  union.    They  bad
te ' given a chance to th   lai oss. association to inv, sii..,       ���; hi   Canad
ian  . iviteiir Federatioi     . ���    tion of,
an amateur wn   moi reus than
Iho C   A, V., to uliier: th    ... r. A, A. '
un i affil' 'I'd.
n. Campbell seconded       caption.
Btfi re   it   was   put ...    tlie
cl-aimian asked for a d< I ion on the
alibi.. -Its ; resented In i ompllance
v. ii!i ii, ��� resolution passed at the previous meeting.
Two or three of the deli gates opposed tln-ir feeing forwarded  to the B. C.
U.  as  the  lacrossp  association
had ostracized them.
Elastic Definition.
F. .1. Lynch also criticised the action of the I). C A. A D. executive
in dealing with the matter, after they
had submitted a motion for inquiry,
and before the report When thai n -
soclation was accustomed to make applications  to  that  union   before they
ob
ti o o
Plou
_____j______^ *��
IS DIFFERENT
It is
the
New
Flour
All
Western
Canada
Ls
Interested
In
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I
! 1
'ate notice that the   underalgni d
ends to apply to tue hon. the oom-
*ner of lands for permission to
'���'���'���   - ned    lands  In
Westminster district:
ammencing at a point  where the
inline (prolonged) runn ng i asi
����st betwe-n Bectlona seven  (7)
Ieighteen (18), intersect* the west-
I boundary of lot 506, group two
^'Westminster district; thence
��lj 100 feet, thence southerly and
"Wy parallel to iae westerly and
fw.  boundary  pl   the   said   lot
to the centre lin. v liroionged) run.
���JMrthandsiiuih morngh section
8), town.-bip   one   (l),   New
to the R ('. A. A. D, Me thought the
best Interests of the lacrosse association would be served lf tho body conducted Its own business and broke
away from all unions.
Con Jones said Dr. Davidson had
come there with the threat. "If you
don't take our terms we will form another lacrosse '.eague."
Tn answer to a question from Mr.
Campbell it was explained that the
C. A. F. would permit amateurs and
professionals to play together in team
Ho! For Ladner
MOONLIGHT   EXCURSION,  SUPPER
AND CONCERT FOR $1.00.
Ca   Tuesday,   April Cth,  at  6:30 p.m.
STEAMER   TRANSFER
will  make a special    trip  to Ladner
carrying  passengers    for
Una Cantata  (45  voice-)
program
CONCERT
the Gaul's
aud mixed
.:
R. !
^^^^^ x_ri       to be given at Ladner by the Queen's
���stmlnster  district;   thence   south! Avenue  choir and  other local  taieut
Wt, thenci  ea terly parallel with J under the direction of Messrs. T
wid southerly  boundary of  the' Pearson and Wm. Hicks.
Woof5"-'   �� 8   POint  iminedlateIyj     The  steamer  will   return   after  the
"e (proi      '""" ^""re lhe ccntre i concert, about 12, midnight.
Itouph
Another   Meeting.
Mr. TurtibuH's moi ion  bavins  been
seconded and carried, the meeting adjourned to the call of the chair.    F. J.
; Lynch was appointed permanent seo-
I retary-treastirer.    Geo.  Matheson    not
having signified  his  Intention of acting.   Lionel Yorke was appointed auditor.
It is proposed to increase the membership of clubs In the association
from $lil to $25 per annum.
Tn answer to the president's request for dates for the Minio cup,
public holidays were excepted. It
was mentioned the Capitals, of Regina, wanted now to play on .June 17
or 19, and July 1.
ruining east or west'$1.00 for the round trip, including con
,.���0S''r HO),   intersects I cert aud supper.
"ot.r mark*  n I ________________________
*^:erh- i ""''' nortb alonRl    Tickets can be obtained from F. Mc j Coal   association
"ary of said lot 505 I v ___.._   ,1m.-   .tore.   1 x   S.   Curtis' |
Coal Association Buys Section.
I
|     Hellingham,  April   ..According  to
In  receipt filed    in the    offlce of  the
I county auditor today, tbe Lucky Strike
lnt I centre Hn. of dI^,tore, Z& fro
iteraeete hlgh-water | n�����i���in   Trust.
.-  and  northerly
md    westerly
I the
Non
��*k; thenci
n 'he  aontherh
"nadarv __________________________
IfSni d!��!  '^ to.'.ie
fconeo containing,by estl-
Hi.... "'.' mor'' ^ leas.
I""1-- B, C, Febru-
'������ W. LEKSON.
rHR'^T. Agent
aid lot 505] Keiizies   drug
store.
uu
Dominion Trust.
of Belllngham, has
purchased  from  the  government  ��">40
r.  Ft.  Pearson, |acrea 0f ooal lands lying in the Mount
| Baker district for $1. snn
I
We are not. making this announcement for the purpo.se of describing the
superior qualities of "ROBIN HOOD" Flour. We intend you to find them out
for yourself. We want you to find them out as quickly as possible, because we
know for an absolute certainty that once you have tested it thoroughly you will
never use any but "ROBIN HOOD" Flour afterward. That has always been our
experience, and we feel sure it will be the same in New Westminster.
Now note what we are doing. We are sending our staff of "ROBIN
HOOD" girls into New Westminster to call upon every home. They will call
upon you. They will tell you something about "ROBIN HOOD" Flour, about
the way it is made, the quality of wheat it is made of, and they will give you
some idea of what makes "ROBIN HOOD" Flour different from other flours. It
is the flour you should use.    It will prove its superiority.
All over the Wost "ROBIN HOOD" Hour 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.
���H- _"M'."HMM' *H"H***t>
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us meant a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES UK. RIGHT
Rates on work of anj description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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AT THE
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freeman's   I English Watchmaker ; Central Meat Market
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manut act tuns and Uratrrt m All Kma    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS^-TTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
WHOLESALE
rE$_Rv_
Punches
\ of Montreal
ESTABUSHED 1817.
817.1
$14,400,000.00
11.000,000.00
Liquor Store
CHOICEST  WINES,   BRANDIES,
ALES  AND   STOUT.
Watches,   gents'   op .1   face
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY.
coll Watcbea for Ladles from $12./_| 0�����**
up.
Silirr      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham ,md Elgin
watches,
Watch repairing a specialty,
F.lKhtll Rt. *nd    fifth Avon..
PHOM-   -^n
BOVVELL A  ODDt.  Hroon*n.r%
u.ui
Eng-
. Wo��n_ianrt"r0' ;"'""   Cu:-ada
N,v,u;';;,-.:i in   undon,
I** and m,v.    K�� and sP��k^a,
^_ ,8i;tXlc' Cit>' A general
^ofC, ,;' ' ���'-,."i���,,,i. Let.
^r.'v ''1,   available with
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Phone S
P. 0. Box 184
FRONT ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors   from   Gto. Adams,  Groctr
S.S. TRANSFER
Havi:
I r��"ivo
Parts of   the
8esI!i>nkDP;,
,,   '"'I in ������.ri1artment���Deposits
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Picture
POST CARDS
AT
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NEW.    _! C0l"nins
!,Pf'CAu ,0 th* Public
ARE NOW ON SALE
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S  CIGAFt
OIVAN.   F.l
The M.    'afTHEDAILYi MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE   "d,
5rni"3 Paper. j _THE FA|R��� Co,umbia Street
The Arrow Press
MRS.   E.   M.   DOMINY,  Prop.
desires to thank her many cu.tumors
for their patronage and hopes that the
satri- will be continued. Careful attention is paid to all orders for job
printing and liandlu.,., tlckeiv memos, letterheads, etc, aiv nun d out.
at the shortest nolle,, and in the bast
style. Phone your order if yon can
not call. PH-..E  B466.
The Arrow Press
FRONT  STREET.
Commi iw Ing   Vprll   Ibi  the BteRinei
Trans!, r    will    leu.      Braoktn in Ki f
���Aharf . scry  wei I.  day  alteri i,  I >
, ept Saturday, al :; p.m, for Ladner,
Westham Island and Way ports. Saturday at _ p.m.. returnlfll to New
Westminster Saturday evening,
RUNS TO   8TEV-STON   TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, iwvea Westham   Isiand
every week day morning, except Fit-
day, ai "am., and Ladner 7-IF a.m.
Friday leaven Westham island 6 a.m.
and Ladnef nl ti: 15 a "i.
Additional   trip   Monday   morning-
leaving New WeBtmlhstor al B a.m.
This schedule   subject    to chan ������
without notice.
For fi-. Ighl in d ' ::'
ply to
IBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
Easterbrook  Milling Company.,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "      "
McQuarrie & fn �������� j��� �������gjggg
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone S33.
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A TREMENDOUS!
THESE  SUNNY   DAYS AND
A SET OF
CHURCH IS WCM-D
WITH STATE. CEHEMONYI
ey-
Sflving
Opportunity
I Gilray
+      Curtain
I Stretchers +
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Many Attend  First Sunday  Service  in   yj
"St. Alban's, the Mar:yr'���Lord
Bishop Officiates.
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are     necessary   to     make   your   ^
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*' We   have two  kinds and  will   ���
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Lusby
Public Supply Store
is simply selling1 out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
Columbia Street   I
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A   SNAP!
THIS WEEK   ONLY.
GAS AND GASOLINE MANTELS AT
LESS THAN COST.
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
Ihe Pearson Electric Co.
(Successors to T. MOwbrey
Electric Works)
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
PRONE 331.
P. 0. BOX 92.
Pianos
Organs
Wiih all the stately ceremony Of the
Anglican church, the- Lord Bishop of
the diocese, assisted by the Venerable
Archdeacon Pentreatn and the vicar,
the Rev. D. Dunlop, the beautiful
church of "St. Alban's ibe Martyr''
was yesterday morning solemnly set
apart 11mil secular uses, and consecrated to the service of the Almighty
God.
The service commenced at the entrance door of the church, where the
bishop and clergy, in vestments, presented themselves. The opening formality was the reading of a petition
praying for the eonseciaiion of the
church, and signed by the Rev. D.
Dunlop, vicar; B. G. Walker, J. p., vicar warden; '0 F. Sprott, .). P., people's warden; Percy B. Brown, treasurer; F. ,l. Peers, secretary. Warden
Sprotl made the presentation.
The bishop, having signified his
purpose of complying therewith, the
clergy advanced tip the aisle while
a psalm was recited. The proper offlce for consecration was then proceeded with, and its termination was
emphasized by the bishop signing and
handing to the archdeacon his certificate of consecration. The office of
Matins followed, the prayers being
taken,by the vicar and the lessons by
the archdeacon. The sermon was
preached by the bisnop, ids subject
being the cleaning of the temple I y
the Lord, and His'declaration that lii-
house should be a house of prayer.
The choir consisted of Bevera] members of the Church of St. Mary, Sapperton, augmented by one or two members of Vancouver city church choirs,
and several musical friends from New
Westminster. Amongst the congregation were several business men of
both Vancouver and New Westminster.
our reduced prices.: Talking Machines
(Victor and Edison)
(AND ALL THE   LATEST  RECORDS
These household necessaries will never
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere
than at the     JJL H, Todd's Big Music House
Sewing Machines
i      'Singer and Wheeler & Wilson)
IALL   THE   LATEST   SHEET   MUSIC
| We   have  thai,  all   at  prices to suit
r i        everyone,
COLUMBIA STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
THE
ALEX. MATHES0N
Boot and Shoe Store
Jus)  o]' ii. d   wiih an  entli  Ij   new
,ek  nf
Spring Shoes
FOR LADIES AND
GENTLEMEN
If you are looking for something attractive in this line [or Easter wear
cull in and inspect our slock.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block, New Westminster
Funeral of Mrs. Fannie Smith.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Fannl*
D. Smith, of Cloverdale, took place
yesterday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Leonard
officiating. The pallbearers were J.
Armstrong. E. M. Carneross, A Math-
eson, S. Shannon, A. Murphy, and C.
MacKenzie. The following contributed floral tributes: Wreaths, Mrs.
M. Shannon, the family, Dougai and
Charles MacKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Burrows: crosses, Mrs.
S. Walker. Mrs. Cliurchland, Mrs. Fai-
lowfield. Mrs. Wicker-ham; sprays,
Mr. and Mrs. I.aking, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
J. M. Dale, Mrs. Edison.
The funeral arrangements were carried out by D. Murchle
The late Mrs. Smith had lived at
Cloverdale for the past 26 year.-'. She
leaves the following family: Mrs. J.
M. Dale (Port Hammond), Mrs. Wick-
.rsham (Seattle), Walter Smith (Kansas), Orion Smith (Edison, Mont.), B.
B. Smith (Cloverdale). Her husband
i pre-decased her about three years ago.
New Wall Paper
JUST ARRIVED.
I ir cent, oit on all remnants.
Strawberry  Hill   Notes.
Mr. Flux is erecting a building to
be used as a grocery store. Mr. pea*
cock has tlie contract. This will
make two grocery stores in the village and one flour and feed Btore.
McCallum Bros, are building n blacksmith shop.      Real .state is lively.
.Mr. Shlngler has the contract .'or
enlarging and Improving Mr, Kennedy's house.
Messrs. .Miller and Richardson have
built a house on the property recently
purchased by them. Tbey have no
f, m,t than four incubators running,
Public worship is now held In VV. W.
Bennett's housi weekly. The Metho-
disi . ml Pre byterian clergj n a
preach alternately. There i- a] io a
good attendance al Sundaj school. O.
w. Hyde and family are moving to
New Denver, ii c, where Mr, Hyde
resumes bis old position as C. P. it.
agent,
Called to the Bar.
Kenneth c. Brown, who successfully
i his final law examination about
two weeks ago. will be called to lUf
Front   St.. Dominion  Trust   Building. I bar ai Victoria today.
Doane, Bailey & McKay
i Successors to E. W. Cook)
ALEX. MATHESON       :
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COLUMBIA STREET. ���
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That Fire Gong I
Means something���it means that somebody is suffering what you may
surfer ,iny day���loss of property by fire.      These losses are unavoidable, but where protection  is ample the loss may not be fed.
Can you afford to carry your own loss?      Few can.      See  us today
and talk the matter over.
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\\',' picture lave two of our smallest and n'osi popular suits. Note the
graceful lilies, the perfect lit, and the attractive mode <>f trimming. yuit"
such as these are to be procured from us exactly as shown in the cut
Many other popular styles are also On display. If no style or material is
here to suit we will take your special order and we are making special
efforts to Interest every woman in New Westminster in our special order
department.
Many customers aro availing themselves of the opportunity of selecting
from our range of sample cloths materials which appeal to their own ju<l_
uient, having them made in styles such as our up-to-date style books depict
Our customers take no risks in having their suits made up In ;his way. We
guarantee the perfect lit of all suits. We promise you perfection of work
and finish and are ready at any time to demonstrate to any woman the
advisability and advantage of this way of securing an up-to-date suit al
little cost. Visit the Ready-to-Wear departmenl and see for yourself the
many models now on display. The SUIT, OOAT and SKIRT -bowing is t
special feature this week.
Easter Millinery Opening
Display
No efforts are being spared t<> make our Millinery Department Uie on
place where well dressed women will'look for the most stylish and attractive
headwear.     Every day has brought something new In tbe way ol   shape*-
;m,l virion   trimming novelties.     Our millinery staff has been   tusy iv
and day In preparing an unusually large display of Easter bats,     We an
nounos our display for iliis week and invito every woini'ii to visit the ml
lim, v section and view the splendid array of hat models.    Place your ordi
early and your bai will be well trimmed and promptly delivered,
New Buttons and Trimmings
Our delayed loi m* large buttons and fancy dress trimmings Jusi Ip by
parcel ikir'.
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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