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INSURANCE
WHIT��. SHILES & CO.
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WEDNESDAY MORNING   _PRIL M, ISW.
FIVE CENT.';   _ COPY.
KELVIN SCHOOL     BAYUQI1I SWIM, SCHEME   LOVE'S P.IH IS KQ.Uli ~ ~ REBLKAHb LNTLKTAIN tKICKLT ELUB MAKES       PROCESSION PLANS
IN EFFEa IN IIIVH.lOKh        FOR ELOPING EO.PLE   010 FELLOWS TO BANQUET PLANS FOR SEASON m COMPLETED
EORMAUY OPENED
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Wed   and   Has  to   Two  Hundred  Attend   Social   Function
Order to Stay in  I. 0. 0. F.  Hall���Brief Toast
List   Honored   by   Guest.,
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Officsrs    Elected    at    Annual  Meeting
Yesterday���Player. Seek Use of
Mcody   Square,
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Friday'*. Festival Will Be
Record in History of May
Day Celebrations.
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EXPECTS TROUBLE  IN
ALBERTA COAL  DISTRICT
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Boys   Brigade.
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ber ot boys on para i- * . out
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...--. church, Ai.-.- ��� _>_.
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plars and 8    I     of this
a:.d v...- Vancouver High school c -
corps      Tht Nsnalm    Boy.   Brij . e
_ tend for various rea_   . -
The Evening Ball.
Tl.-   tickets tor the ual! in the even-
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ing a:>   ��: and _i c-nts for ladles a. ���
1   CaL,  April 87.���Liates. cooipan.ing.     The commute, baa  _
ing   transpire,   to  ci,an_,:      in. . mi,  :   ,...,.. gpaM at ir_ di,,pc3ai, .^^
Ai,   i otnpIexJou Of the election laws ot^the [dance _ n_|_ have greater fteedom this
- ..    twenty-three out  ot    tt.-  Bfty lyear       Special    _ars   win    leave tor
ren    county      superintendents    oi   Vancouver, a..:    thi-    suburban lines
- ..ol- in the state will not __ Abit-jf^ qu^s
::..     a .
.ark  a*,   mi'lnight  a'*.- r
-   to qualify for r.-electlon.
T���.     ���'._    1    ,_    ,.^l_r_      ,ha,    ���    fin.;
... The n. ��   law  declare, that ... canal- ,    premler  McBride  wil!  be unaDl*- to
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WIRE   TAPPER   WORKS
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CONDUCTORS  TO   QUIT
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and Mrs   l   n 	
a)      During   v.  eoui ���    i  On   prince rupert hotels.
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tra-ton dat��*for offlt> niu,t fllfe an affidavit stat- alleQ(j Vat. tunclion according to pres-
mg that he ih a qualifi.^l elector, ll. !fnt> indications. His Honor Ju<lge
man is not  a  qualified elector   tn.r��.-'iloWav .jas accepted.
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li   R     HIU    wl "1      Victoria, Apri) IT.���Good    (HOgroas
i                 ���  iirir ��-nd< a\i>: ���..in. ���  ���   |b        -             r,K.n tbe itreet wort j-
plaj s         ���   -   hit- energj    ��IB| I          P In                    i curding lo Uie re|>or:
1.:- k�����  and   .i ��>i   wN   1'aiiier.ie    or Hi��     W��acb
���nee        M;.��h   i'i.i> ���    i.'iini..-,   .   ii, ...i.     wSto   In.--   ifre  coo-
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i     ���        .,. . * tl    part of M       klM           ,��� . ...           v.    rv-
���������'.! ��� ��� lay on s brief,
, arts. husii..
Some   v .-.    of    plank   walk
baa bei ot                                i
fore she cannot run for office.      i:.,-v     ^  tender for ttie concession to s-u
mesas, of course, that not only "*"i ;^_r__hments on the ground has -r-n
the tweniy-ihree women now  holding }e. to Pike ^j Davis.     The pnrcbaa-
CROWOED v;ith settlers offic��- l>- unable to succeed themselves, .ing coaimu;_e reported -.hat 4000 tA_s
  it  that _l!  other women  with BBSM-  oi candie. would be ready for distrltn.
ttoos ar.- prohibited from getting '-heir
a. the i ..-tion ballots.
tion to ibe children.
WESTERN   SUFFRAulSTS
START STRIFE IN LONDON
TRAIN   FOR   EXCLUSIVE
USE   OF   PRESIDENT
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because OF inspectors provided for In tbe plaits.   S;,.si .ction
  ��� . e rate of progress
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The hotel,  a-.- sl<  i
tt.���There is consld-I Washington. April .7. -If a bill in-
- . friction among the Am^r.can Todooed yesterday by Representative
���women suffragists wno are here ai-'D- Wright of New Vork becomes law,
tending the International Suffra-,- ___��� Uw Dalted States will own a comp.ete
llance convention. Mrs. Carrie Lhap-; railroad train consisting of a baggage
man Cat: and Rev. Anna Shaw it Is {***< a ^-'-eeper. and a private car tor
; dlsa] rove of the action of the exclu-iv- use of the .residen: ol
some ol the western delegate- who Hi* United States. The sum of <<>o.-
.. ,   ���_     ��� e-sion April IT. which ^'ii to b. expended by the secretary
was formed In honor ot the reteaaa of war is provided, and he is autbor-
from Halloway fnii of Mrs i'.ttnk laed to annually enter into contracts
Lawrence who bad served two months |wW> ratWmj companies for the t-'1'-"*
sutrragisc  ing of tb.- :rain.   For expenses in con-
v .      Hi ���       *.. i   *       ll��-   wtl      ���
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' ,,     fur having taKen pan in the
'   -  ;���    * .;.������-       ��� r.   Among those who par-inectlon *ha the travels of the prtst-
elooklngovi - , ._  ,h>     rocesslo- wert Mrs. dent,   his guests an.l  u-tendants, tne
* real opening  u  R   .,    H,ker   of Spokane   Uasn.iSu__ or $2..uvw is appropriated. -.�� be
.v! tin    hree ..Uses K.ingley, of Be- lm��*Bdlately available.
interior.
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im-   ��, ��� Hob   H K ���(���������������-    ' '!l'' |
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Had t .. v  ��� H        st which on Ba imit Ottawi    \.        .:    Delegates trom Canadian northern
Service  Convention.
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ng   a largw
rte  th    gifted sli    Bryaa   si     vvants double pay
tru.     al-..   11-   '-h'  rtalaed   ��� ' "
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FOR DOUBLE  HANGING
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Jmtm*   '"      Rboiss,   ii.   MM,
ihings, but pe.
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Sapperton. ��ith frootag' ' ' ' '
lumbla 'imi H.*'.'!-1*'��� ��� ��� ���
imi. t,..-i, -'hi toi Bumutsetur-
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luvr n��.t '."-^n mmA* I"1''111 T;'"
has i     is to the C_
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Andover,    N. it,    April    -"    Laou
S        , ..i,.|   TOO.     \ro-li.i.      seltc'tl-
���  ��.   ,i  ii .i'ii rs ot hMward Oreen "'
Montreal win be hanged  MS)   I
Sh--rjtl  Jatne*  C    Tlbblts   Biataelf,  t>*\ +
he BITS lU'lcliffv wants too much tor If
the   execution,   having   asked   double j^
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civil service organisation, all over
Canada ��ili meet in Ottawa on
! ' - laj _____ Kv la, to nv ' 111 .,
fedi .... i Ung p gaols i
of ibe civil ��ervli e Aboul ��� Igbteen
different societies will be present.
Rejects Fortune.
.   Ure .   April  21-
Colonizaticn   Scheme.
u  Nor-
Fraudulent   Warihio  Constructi.n.
Madrid, Vpril tt I was ��� *"":
,,1.,., thai tl coori of honor bad *an
i raced Juan Malraa, Judge ol the bbvj
department, to dismissal Malraa bad
....,!,. ,.... . i utaitisi the mtaiBii -
alleging eompllcltj In recent fraud-'
lent   contracts   foi   constructing  wa.
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Portlan I. Ure . April _7��� Although
OFFICIALS IN WEST h,- can claim an estate valued at ��"*.*
1000 and pass the remainder of his lite
in luxury, if he choo-*es to do so, John
Cop.!anil, *--6 years of age, has spurned ihe fortune and oecided to die in
the home for the aged, where h_ has
oeen  an inmate for some time.    Tbe
Wlalpeg, April .7���William Mackenzie, president, ond D. D. Mann,
vice-president of the Canadian Northern railway, ar. here conferring with
officials regarding extensions and con
���a'.'
l'he (proper.:
la in New York city and
'wn-ed by his parents.
vas
Winnipeg, April tt.���Com-
mlsMoner Braoe Walker hat re-
. ���' ,. ! eaqulr. from a big American syndicate for thirty
thousand acres of '.ami in British Colombia for oolonlsauon
purposes. The syndlcati Teat
land neai l..ike Francois, wbWh
i- locatei on the Iln. if tne
���rand Trunk Pacific
������.���uction   work   for the season
company wil spend a large amouni in ; formerly
the construction of new lines in .as- I    Still animated by reaentment aga.'-n<H
Utchewan and Alberta. I his   family,   which   shattered   his   frrst
The Canadian Northern crop report and only romance when he was a boy,
which was |s-ued yesterday, says un- , by opposing his marriage to the girl of
seasonable weather has retarded farm ibis choice, the aged nun declares that
work but the farmers are readv to go at this late day he can show forgive-
on the land at the first favorable op-mess, and declines to accept the pro-
port unity.
���   COMPANY  ORGANIZED TO
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MAKE BEER IN ALBERNI
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in.z* ���������������  m. ���f sir \\ i
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Kelvin, from
Ifc*.., _'"'���' oral '.!,..t Ihe
1 to Itais. ., iuarvs   aiix'.inis
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St.',':.   "      '' ��� ,l;i' b���� >��
>��-��_.. " dlnsrj p-B��ter,
. rata iiioaiiB
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k,..',"' I    legrses
Th:v." ' " .petker
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E    II,,,,,'      ' '"   ">CV  llBB  as  his
;���'!��� kli i i 'i���. chairman
��� ' which i.e bad
J' : i    , . Ud i., hi.i been
old building in
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baesi . iome iym-
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Z_-U.ii, in'tii.iii    history
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petty. Following the quarrel with h��
family. Copeiaad left his home in N��w
York city and has never communicated with any rn-mbt. of his tamny
since then.
Alberni. H   C . April 27���The AlUer-
ni Brewing Company, Ltd., ha- been newspaperman gets
urgani-.'d. and the promoters are now j APPOINTMENT TO BENCH
busy disposing of a sufflci-ent amount i ���
Ol stock to realize a paid up capital of      Washington,    D.C.,    April   _i- ti i-
, $15.0. '.
W.  B. Garrard, of Victoria, who ts
[heavily   interested   in   the   BBW   enter-
I prise, has succeeded in,  Interesting a ,y.created    ft.at,ru,   JW,gMhlp    ,���
, couple olprvtu'.nent cltiz.,,s of JUber-  Wasllin!?ton  state     Mr   H^ he���p waa
inl.      T. K.tch.n. Nanaimo;   ii.  McKl_-1^^^   mana f   tUe   ^8MDt..,
I wcHid C. Hughes, for 20 years a lawyer
of Seattle, has beeh tendered by Pv*��i-
jdent   Taft   an   appointment,    to    tne
non, Vancouver; w. K. Ureen. Van-
cuin-vr; and K B. Sharpies. Vancouver, ure Othei interested in the estati
li.shmeiu ot the industry.
ligeucer.
Cracker  Prices  Advance.
San  Francisco.   April  27.���As a  result of a combination of the local biscuit   companies,     the    prices  of    all
A    runaway    occurred    about   live
o'clock  yesterday    on    Front street,
when a team belonging to P. Cameron, {Kinds of crackers  were advuoced  toot the B. C   Transfer Co.. bolted,    ln  **>'���  the  reason  given being the  m-
The comfcanies
the run down Front street a man
named Stevens was- knocked down,
but not seriously injured. Collision
with a telegraph pole ended the runaway.
Merlin.
Conned  Is Dead.
Tyrol.   Austria.   April   _7.���
creased cost of Hour
claim that they are making llftle or
nothing over expenses, and It ia asserted that another advance may be
expected.
Treason of Police Chief.
S*.  Petersburg, April 27���It is re-
Heiiiiii-h   t'oniei.l.   former  director Oi ,ported here chat  Col. C'erussinon*. un-
the Metropolitan opea house in  New |til recently chief of tha seer.i  police
York, who suffered an ap.pl.tie stroke  or St. Petersburg. Is to be arrested and
several  days   it". -lieil  peacefully  at I tried for treasonable activity.
3o o'clock '.'.ns morning, ; ���
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Gift  of $1000.
Splendid i ii.vivj
LORD KELVIN SCHOOL.
h    VVest  Em - of the city' ,ormally opened for educational  work  yesterday  afternoon.
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T. 11 Smith, on-? of the leading merchants of the city, yesterday torn irded b cheque Rw
$1000     to     Secretary     VV.   H
Keary, ol the Royal Colombian
liosnltiil,  to  be applied  to the
building fund,
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WEDNESDAY   APR|L ,.
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WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man  had gold dollars to sell at fifty  cents and  did   not  let  the  people know anything about it. he would not  sell  any.      You  must  tell  the  people what  you have to sell, why thry should   p 1
thing of the value you offer them in   return  for their  money.      Too  many of us  have  got  into  the  habit  of thinking that  because  we  have  been  a  long I   ��� I  1"  butinfis everyone  muil     I   , .   ���
wires.       I v  ths advertis ng co Jmns of  The  Da
News and  keep abrea ,t  of the tin SS,
WHY    REMAIN    SINGLE?    W<
find a congenial life companl< .
anj    1, ..,��� eta 1 1   man    or  ��
Semi Btamp toj   pa   li Uai -     v\
em Dei    -pmen        ���   ���     Box
Vancouvi r.
WANTED.
WANTED V"i . E BOYS TO DEL1V-
WANTED    15
woi    . .    ,.     '-
Mills,      Top wages  to ;-"���'.1  t"1 :'
\\ AN 1 ..!��  -(.vl   v.     as   Bl     .!,   I
WO - '  i.".
Sixth sti
W ANTED AHVllKTl. i MEN . - UN-
d< r ��� 1 are Insi
1 ��� n
ts per word
WAN .ED���Men  to cut 1
cords ol wood    Api ly E   J. Fader,
Northern Crown Hank offices, New
\\ estminSter.
WANTED���A  capable  young   woman
for general housework; good '���'
to  competent  person.      Apply   Mrs,
R. A. Trethewey, oil Fonrtn afenue,
city.
WANTED���Girl for genera', housework. Apply in the evenings, Mrs.
\v. G. McQuarrie, Second street and
Fourth avenue.
FOR   SALE.
Tl 1 RENT   Furnish. .1 1 prii
ly;  bn akfasi If   ; -. ��� .1    Ap
.Mrs.  Emett, ::..   Third ���-'������ et, n. ai
line.
FOR RENT Lowi r ha 1 ol 1 a
house, ,". rooms Call evenings, 225
Fourth avenue, between Second and
Third street .
RO. M.   ''I IV    UAU.!DRY, IviV _L
_ 1 st reet. F
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a.. 1
MAI.INS    COI
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FINE
.ill \ltli ..   1 0
J. P., Mans
, :. I'I,.. .
. 11   RENT   _*urn* ii .1   rooms,  1
Si v enth   streel      .   .      M
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ROOMS   IN   THE   PYTHIAN
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ping.        .Ml    gteam-hi
wii ���       01    md    col 1    wai 1
and     lee trie  11)
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LIVERY   STA91.E.
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sons 1I1 \'������ ' s     88.     . li '
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ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
MAClJ,NE   WORKS
V VV  Wi IRK.
n ew   1 ������  :
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saw . le    mill  ii
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THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO.,
dea'.< v     in    e ectrlcal    ma
fixtures and supplies, hous.' ��
armature  wiring,     motor  repairing,
��� tc.     Bank ol Oommerci
'i.liune 3 II, P. O. Box 928.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
C   MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
M.'K .: ind I
lllli
ue, etc.   Sa
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ELOCUTION.
FOR SALE���NEW HOUSE, ALL
modern improvements. For particular, address A. B.. News Office.
HELEN   BADGLBCY,   TEACHER   OF
elocution, physical culture anil Ira-
matic art. Every Monday, 1; to *>
p.m . Knights of Pythias hall, or
992 Hornby street, Vancouv. r.
'Phone  B3535.
FOR SALE��� ADVERTISING SPACE
in the columns of The Daily News.
For rates apply to Advertising Department, The Daily News, P. O.
Box 29. or 'phone A22.
FOR SALE���GOOD 200-EGG INUU-
bator, Petaluma. For particulars
address B. C, News Office.
FOR SALE���Eggs tor hatching. Burt
Leghorn. $1 per sitting. Apply 204
Agnes, corner Elliott.
FOR SALE���SAFE, CASH REGIS-
ter,   second-hand,   cheap,      Box   SS
T. F.. this office.
_FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
ARTHUR    O'CONNOR       POULTRY
breeder,  1049  Eleventh   street,   and
Sixth avenue. New Westminster. 1'.
O. Box 42a. Pure-bred Cockerels for
sal.-, Barred R'��cks, White, Brown
and Buff leghorns, etc ; eggs tor
hatching. Write     your    requir--
m��nts.
NURSERY.
THK FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES
Ltd.,  Burnaby  Lak-   .        hes
home-grown fi nil *.:��������� 11">
HENRY'S   NURSERIES PACIKH
i.'ast t.sted seeds, tr. ���    plan)
-;; plli -.    ,���:.-.     3010    .'. ��� itminster
id,   Wm.-ouver.  and   branch  nur-
s. rj at South Vancou ��� 1 r
PAPER   HANGING   A   DECORATING
1 HUDBON, WALL r.'ii'.VK. ROOM
Moul.iing.. Burlaps, .:. I Sanlta*;
house painting, kalsominlng, papei
banging and decoi u ng sixth
street.  New  Westminster
\    SNAP    in     SAPPERTON
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Iwalili ���
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once h> nee lhe   irli ���
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.....   Minis    IMPROVED   l IRM   IN
Langley,  boo ��� d   oal   1
ring 01        i      1 sen
bai u - -  ess.   ��� ���    lag;   rich,
loam   .-oil        This   1-   a    '  1 ���' 1
J I" per ai -������ sa !   bool 1  ���     -   1 ���
m.ik.-r tot some        bul   I
firs!        ��� .    ' 	
to   ii'l'K,  BHILJB.  _  vn
Real  Ksaie and  Insurance   .Kent.
City, farm  sad       urban  pro] 1
MO Columbia street
ISTEH       .' MM;
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COOK  &  ROSS.
WHY BUY TRUMPERY FOOT LOTS
when you can have 2 1-2 acres land
1-2 acre cleared and in Hu.t trees,
on Westminster and Port Moody
road, _ miles from P. 0-, Westminster;  permanent water, for T4."i0.
28 ACRES FARM LAND, 12 CULT1-
vated; good 7-room house and < arn
on Eraser river. 600 feet deep water
frontage; 5 miles from Westminster, for $1.00 cash; balance tnree
years.
160 ACRES AT WHONNOCK, GOOU
house and old orchard. 20 acre- under cultivation; 2 cr-eks running
through property, no better sol] in
British Columbia, near school, store,
etc, within 3 miles of boat-lan.lini.Or
railway station. Cook & Ross. opp.
Market, New Westminster. Phone
489.
F;GGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns; gonl layers; $2 per sitting of 13. Han- Voglsang, poultry
expert, 936 Keefer street, Vancouver, it. C,
FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY S PL   I I RE        POST
cards are on Bale at M Morey's
Stationery Stor-. J, Q Gamon B 'cl-
gar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug stor-
md "The  Fair.'  Colun   Is  -'-ret.
J. I. MERRY & CO.. PHONE A50L
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
Btreets. Have opened a teed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON   _   AY!.IN<;.   FISH.   FRI I'I
Game. Vegetables, etc.     Begbie st.,
opp, Windsor Hotel.
     PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVKKY
k-nd of   Job  printing;      '���-;   won
reasonable prices;  Phone 55, P  O
bos   112       Old  I _il>   News   bl ������ s
1     Sixth   -'.re."
HALE BROS  k CO   Ll D   REAI   EM
tate sad lasuranc*   Pbone ivtr.   i��t>
Col iq .1.   (reel  P 0 drawer W0
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ABBOTT <* HYDE  fV  11  C  AJMKJ
Mar.  ���.. .1      it-' 1    estate    I'- ��� ��� nt.' ���
loans, ti" srii 1 1     He, o '.����� fai
1 oluml 1 - "������'   i'  0   H"x Ml
Pbone i-i
.-KTILERS   ASSOCIATION OF B   C
P    B   i'r  ��-. . ��� -    p   0   Bi.x
;.l.oi..'        1
5-ROOM   HOUSE   ON   ElOHTH   HI .
. etrle light      116 "    Ea*. lams
1    v.'HE   IN   BURNABY   CLOU   To
. ��������� line; 15 minutes b      cltj   ' ���   '
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES
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COURT BRUNETTE, NO   I   ������   LOK
Meats   ���..   ' Friday   In   tha
month sl
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I i.\ iLlvNAl.  ORDER   o_   ( tli _
Aerie   So    M      M  ,
��� retting al I p ��� m the HJac'ea
hsi: v   Clark. \-<
Ptes ,  ll   Ss I..".-   '    soretai
THE ROY VL   rEMPLARS  Ol
��� ni. |  meet  .��.r>   Wedn��sdS)   at
I p n   In odilf. Hows' hall, I ��������� ���
. ���:���-.������
... -    rTLANO H1.ni... ; i   as
n.m . i- . ss   Camp
1 ItswMl ��� "ti the flmt an.l third
Tuesday ..f averj iii"iith In K .f r
bail      Chief, w   Buuieriand
NEW   ��V|
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PROFESSIONAL.
FURNITURE.
W. _:. FALES. THE FURNITI RE
Dealer, Upholaterer and Undertaker
corner Agnes and McKenzie streeti
FOR SALE���10 ac;e.s, 4 nearl. ready
for plow; 6-room hous.-, stable, etc.,
a bargain, $22o0 cash; or $2350 on
time, W. G. Tanner, Hammond. B. C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS,
Phone
176, night
call 8L
GROCERY.
FOR
cer
Su;
THE   BEST
es, pbone 381
ply Grocery,
VALUE
The I
P. O. Box
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GRO-
K.xnl
WADE,  WHEALLER ���   McQUARRIE
CF. C. Wad-. K. C . A   to I,, a Ier, W
Q     McQuarrie),     Solicit":-,    liarrl-
t.rs, etc.. 42 Lorne street       ,-    ��� ���
oourtbou New     w. Btmin ti
i Phone 143), tnd the V mcouvi - ������:
Bee Is at No, .".. Royal Bank Cl u
108 Hastings Btreet we t.
GEORGE K MARTIN BARRISTER
ai i Solicitor. Gulchon block, Oo
luml ia and McKensie Bts., N ��� ���
Westminster, B. C.
W MYERS GRAY. HU'.iv'l.i.
SO Icltor an'l Notary Public "urt..
block, clarkson Btreet, oppos . -b..
Court House, P 0 Boi IU Telephone 61
I   ii   ii   u     ROYAL    CIT\     LODGE
Ni>.        M- la    in    Oil ilei.own     ball,
I'oluii.b-  ��i '   IdSjr  ����rn
Iiik  a:   I  ... look     Vlaltlng
win   r ��������� .-t.  weleons 0   R u
N   i; .  C   K I WMjanps   P fl
���     ���   ��r.
McADAM .   IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST..
��� ;���,      ������!.,     ik.x  |74;
pbone  118      V   -' ������ tats Bad Insurance, money ��� ' i 'ail snd  -' <"
iberban  an.l  farm
baalag    sh <--
wh'-re
we ll \vk tha excluslvs richt t,, off-
for ��� il ��� 5 Bcrs ol exi ellent Isad
partly < l< ared I one mile fr''n
end  ol  '��� ������   Hi ���      Sa; pertob ;   prii 8
.,-,",    |100     ' I aVv. '.    to   ar-
rani:��
SECOND HAND
STORE
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BELl
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snd
all
kindi
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A   S[.
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OTHER    FRATBRN \       BOI IHI H B
Ind ids ��� v ���   n-    .,  \
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No   17, a   F   and A M      Up. L
No   1180; i.  o   '     No. 169     I
I    s ,, | ��� rton   '���     ������       I. O. I     ���    "
I    f    Coeii    Wevtmtnstei
Brotherhood "f* Q&tn, Nasi   Mo   I ���
���i:ii   ul'    l it IDS   new w i    :
nunsti   ii .,      ���        ...     p ������
I  rood)   Cltj   Hall. a,,  folloe
Third  i bar a       . -   . .. b    ok i "
Quarterl]     meeting    on  'he    taird
i ��� ,    la     ' Februai |   Maj    Utgust
and nto ��� ��� it I p m      Atiiii.ii
��� i       on the lWr_ Tbarsda.  ot
\<.��   n ���
i/r-ipu". d avi ��� '��� ��� '' a. ..- BotJi-(
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RESTAURANTS.
TX-LOF18.
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HOME   MANUFACTURE.
C.   HATBER,     A0OUNTANT     ANU  MRS.   RUNACRE8,   216   SIXTH   ST.
Auditor,   Notary     Public,    Cvinve
ancer. Room 14, Guichon block, Ndw
Westminster.     P. (j. Box 7iv".
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITE "1,
Room 14, I>'m'.iiion Trust block.
EDWIN  (,. W. SAIT. ARCHITECT���
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338,
AUCTION  SALE.
OUR   SALE   TODAY   OF   JEW 1.1.It.
2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.     Horace
1 Hirer, j. weler.
opp.    Queen's    Avenue     Church
Home-made sausage, and roll-, head
iheese, etc.
JEWELRY.
SELLING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of high-grade  n itches and Jbweiry
by  auction.      Sales  Bach  day.   .   10
and 7:'!0 p.m.     Horace Dorer
LAND   SURVEYOR,
W. N. DRAPER, I! r LAND 81 it
tveyor. El . : k, .New w e i
minster, B  C.
KENNY'S  RE8TAURANT    &    CAFE
'I lo_ ".-   21   meals  for  |4,      Home
All white cooks; no Orien-
���   l iboi employed     Open    iy snd
III. v        v       ..-,. .,.,,���  ,,.-],���,.
ROYAL C -FE  (Mrs    fi
tress).     Four con ��� ng ol
ip,  fish,   boiled  enti-i ���   or  n
pudding or pie, 'tea, coffee or mtlB
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STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPE V/F.. . . NG
FREEMAN     BUNTING    ROOM    I I.
hon bloi k      P  o   Hox I ���;
'      'TOM       STENOGRAPHY       VND
������-..������..    work, busi
��tc.     Pi    i ofl       Co
la sl reel      Pimm   Bl
i, MAIN.  LADIES'   AND  MEN'S  TM
(ortng.     a new line of spring    ���
lng Jus: in.     Button '��� il log   I r-
Ing and ���������; slridl      11 Blxl
pbone BS60.
THEATRES.
WESTMINS1 Kit OPERA HOI BE,
l/im.- Btreet, W N i'.i ny manager
Bpsi Isl itl ' ns provided 'InrinK
Hi.. . ,i on nti ��� ii.. ������ I ckel offloe,
Rys i'   Drug .
THE  EDISON THEATRE,    CORNER
Columbia  Bn I   Kl|   tli       IHki i
moving pli I ir<      Illustrated songs.
Program eh n     I Monday, V sdai ���
dav sad  Fri.!   |
May Day Sale
CHILDREN'S   AND   LADIES'
Hats and Millinery
THE   LATEST   STYLES  ALL   GOING!
AT   A   REDUCED   PRICE.
Connor and McQtK-rie,
261 COLUMBIA STREET
' rlty  on  Wl  ll
: May n. it    It M
n<ioB
Any   perton    Inti
jagainiit the |
writing to be Sled wit
\ at  Issat  sai. ������   ��� for* U
ni-t'r-r of ths eaart
*,v   v  D. *.'   ���������
V      -i
rlty Hall. Aprtl 7.
TENDERS WASTE-
I   r     B . |   ��� ���   ��� ���   ���     ���
���!��� -       v  i I
IMI, far i 1
gi.jed stonea n
| fallowing Blsea      I i
Inehof   I. .
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j-i slsea    wllh   l
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on.il-
The  |o��, .��� ��r  H' v   '.
����rl!y accepted
w a nf-  '.' .-���
City Hall. April I*  11 ���
Mineral Waters
Aerated Watert
Manufirtur...  |,v
J. HENLEY
NEW    WESI MINbTL't.   U    t"
Telephone   13. Office,  gl      "   *-|
Westmm-ler'i   Ho��"t   PaBST.
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
���IN -
THE D   A   I   L   V
N  F.  W i>
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riVE ACRES:
ON SIXTH STREET CAR LINE. ALL CULTI-
VATED AND PLANTED IN ASSORTED FRUITS.
GOOD HOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS. THIS IS A
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY EITHER FOR SUBDIVIDING OR FOR A SUBURBAN HOME. PRICE $10,500.
REASONABLE TERMS.
-5���
EMBALMED BEEE IS
SEIZED IN MONTREAL
lim 2106 dosen tin
ih-   il all rs   are   kepi
pr.-rfi-Iit.
Th,. names of
iscrel   tor the
||Twenty-five Thousand Cans
of Chicago Junglefood Destroyed By Authorities.
Dominion Trust Co.
T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
MON E: Y   TO    LOAM
oaoaoao*3aoaooaoaoaoaoaoao oaoac*oac*oaooaoaoaoao^_*-
GET YOUR SPRING BTJIT AT rttlrlng of guns, iinihrella., v  ,
wrlti rs, and light  automatic a
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel   Block,   P.  O.  Box 644,
New  Westminster.
���iy and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
1 ���     ;   la 8
'Man on the Wl
Moatreal,    April    27.���Ov.r    26,000
ol meal were seized anil destroy-
1   iei i by Dr. Lesperitnoe, food In-
..   ThlB oonslgnment of canned
���i"_t originated In Chicago, and wu
���ni    to   Toronto,   and from    there
to   Halifax      In   Halifax   the
leni    wens opened Md thi   buywr
ed to accept the good       They
bi n shipped to this dty.
Montreal ihey were H,l||i s! a hik'
��� lion   in  fact, lea    than hall ��>r
Iglnai  whoii-.aii. Bgure.     Hap-
the Inspector go! on the track of
goods so i|iilckiy thai only three
i.mi bean   ok) to retailers, and
n.    cases w+m   traced and
I before any sBles bad been made,
197 <viM'!i wT'e seised, contain
LAWYERS WANi   MONOPOLY.
Attemptlny to  Have   collecting  Agencies Put   Under  Ban  of  Lsw.
Montreiii. April .,' Vigorous eKoris
areheuig mads bj the Bdontreal board
<,r trade io proveni ths bar association
of   the   city   from getting   provincial
legislation  passed which  will tnaka
collection agsnoles Illegal,    The le^ai
fraternity Ih Crying to liavo this iKuriv
hritb tin- object oi compelllai ihisi-
ni.s iik-ii tc ito to Hi. lawyers for tin-
per_.a_lon ol refactory oredltorS.
The council of the board of trad, at
Its nieeilnp reateTdaj condemned *_������-*-
as  an  effort   to  .   ��� ,v11M|,  ;i  monopoly
by tho lawyers, and determined to ��_���
proach th" governmenl with ��� strong
protesl againsl anything being dona to
h nder  the  work  of    th0   coiiecung
agenclefl, whlih u, , . i.(tM1 no rm-
work much bettei  than ths lawyers.
Cereal Company Falls.
Buffslo,  Apri]  :v     i ;,, ,   ,,,,,  ,���
ths  United  Stan      .,,,,:    ,,,llv  ftp
polntod A. L. Culve    i. ,,���,��� M   |,.IH14
and  Frank  A.  Aliiion   ,; ,.,,., ,.    ()f th0
IN. Company, d ci . ,| rood concern
with a capital stock of j.. ,��� ;i,llt
i bonded Indsbtedm     ,,, ^ .,,,, IIWI
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue,
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
NOTICE.
New Westminster  Dl'trlct.
District of New Westminster.
Take   iioilie,   'hat   Harriet   Kuril,   of
pitt Meadows, a. 0., occupation mar
rind lady, Inioud. to apply for pei nil -
sion to    piinhav    tbS    following il--
sorlbad Isadsi OommflncJai �� ��
BlwUdatthe. lSTl��
LOSO.  th-nos we..  N eW��J ^
so���.i, JO chains, thenca es ^
mora oris    to      -J-JJ
,-���,.���,,. northerly slot. (l1        |tMln.
,1,, polnl of commencement.
In, ir,D acres more of Isa*
HMIIilKI'1'"11"'
u u oobdon. �����**��� APRIL ?8.  1*0��
THE   DAILY   iEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Good  Bread is Essential
Good Health.
to
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i
Robi
in
Flour
ROBIN  HOOD FL
.    ��� .
>0  TLOUR
;���
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
���
Mutton, Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SO LD   B Y :
lhe Reichenbach Company
[(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
w* Spring Goods for Spring Cleaning
'** and Gentlemen!
15,1 urivsd
ll    ITIBlBflBl      for
nd suitings hai
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wir, m Ipriai or.mm.- twa.
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brightening sp   -*���   taminw-
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a process which takes three
days; this process changes ten
per cent of the starch into grape
sugar���or, in other words, pre
digests that part of it. and also
maKes the remainder very easy
digested; we have spent $50,000
in machinery and bui dings to
do this, and believe it will pay.
We know it will pay you to use
Barley Bread. Ask Mark *
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ti .    . ���.   _ homesteads a ei i still   in
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green    -.. imber of these were west of
'-._���. .'i. on   -."ward  the   Rock]   noun-
nortl irest along the    Pembina
_nd  Padd ���   rivers, and  north toward
Athabasca Landing.
in this summary of free available
[homesteads uo conalderaiioo Is taken
ol tha  large  srea  Of  country  a.  yet
: Plumbing Plumbing I
X Plumbing
LAWN   MOWER*
LAWN   MOWERS.
| JAMES & McCLUGHAN
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
KL'SH TO IANADA THIS
YEAR WILL BE RECORD
Two    Hundred   Thousand    WW    Enter
the Dominion This Season���Unusual Movement Westward.
MONEY SAVED IS
MONEY EARNED
A -avitv's account -n this bank is
i safe Investment It iiayv you com-
pound Interest and is ready cash anytime you want it. Church societies,
;ial organizations, clubs, trade
i.ions and business associations will
find It convenient to have surplus
funds in a savings account, subject
to th. control of two or more offiv'-'
It's  a  stood  idea���try  it
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COLD   WEATHER   ON
PRAIRIE IS REPORTED
Winnipeg, Man . April 17 The only
,'place in Western Canada where any
Reeding bas been done i- in Southern
Alberta, and man. j tg farmers there
are being held op b_ the steam plows
being unable to secure coal owing m
the coal si ike in that entire district
ll l.is been snowing and very cold at
nights an I seeding cannot begin in
Manitoba ai ths earliest before May
1, nnd will be B week later in North-
vrn Saskatchewan. Last night was
,v> cold, . lag B below zero at Princ-
Albert On Porta^B plains, which Is
die sarllasi seeding district, noi more
than half -i dosen tanner, have started.
nni peg, a, rii 87.��� Two hundred
..na Immigrants will enter Cants jrear,"   said .J. Brace Walker.
commiaaloner   of    InunlgTatlon    this
morning, when talking o;  the situation,
This number Inclnoee the sevent.
thoosand immigrants w-ho are expected! to come from the l'nited States
Though this is not the record, It indicates clearly that the country has
ent.-ml on a new period of prosperity,
for las; jrear th.- Immigrants who en-
tered Canada only numbered about
I".. ,000.
The year previous to that wa- a
splendid one, when 160,000 immigrants
.-.-vied in the west.
The Immigrants coming to Kansas
this season are a much superior class   (8  1-1 acres)  of    subdivision  12 and
than ha- hither-.o come, and the char-   ihe north    portion  10 by    cbaiD_  (6
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL ASSETS OVER f50.000.000
New   Westminster,   B.   C.   Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the north portion 17 by a chains
itable societies of thr old country are
not  sending out  so many.    Most of
then) Bre to take up farm w
very   few   are   artisans   who   want   to
follow a trade.
This nutii'.^r does not include Hie
farmers trom the eastern provinces
Who are making their hotngs ufc,ghe
west, and these are expected to amount to several thousand. Two rpeelal
trains arrived in th,* city this atter-
noon   loaded   with  hofeteseekers  trom
acres), of subdivision 13 of Lot 79.
,'H ."J Group 1. map 536, New Westminster
district.
WherShS proof of the loss of certificate of title numfcer 2720F, issned in
the name_ of Ohhrtss F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been filed In this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration ot one month from
HECATE  STRAIT UP
IN   PARLIAMENT
Ottawa. April _7.���The  premier, re-
plying to a question  by  R.  L.  Borden
m the Commons this afternoon, said
here   had   been  correspondence  *tilt\
Washington as to jurisdiction in tta-
_at_ straits, .but tie WSa 1��' at liberty
to make an announcement Boraen
in putting ihe quest on quoted a
Washington despatch to the Toronto
Qlobe to the effect that Washington
authorities had on thr ie oooastona
asked Caiuuia to define Ber position,
ui -111111 she had noi done so.
to settle AU were- comfortably tlxed
and aTe enthusiastic over this prospects-
eastern Oht.nio. an_ ihe Immigration
officers ar_ busy now supplying thorn   the Hate of the flrst publication herewith Id-formation as to the best places   of. ln a daily newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certltcate, unless in tbe meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. a KEITH,
Diatrict Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   New   Westminster, B. C. March 22, 1909.
REVIEWS NAVIES Of
��� . RANCEkANO ITALY
Vlllefranc... France, April 27.���
President Falliere. and the On... of
Genoa yesterday reviewed off Vlll*-
tranche the combined fleets of Italy
aiwl Frame Seventeen French and
four Italian warshlpa took part in the
manoeuvres This Italian squa iron
wa* s-.'tit to greet Prealdeat .alliefee
In memory of France's aaslatance In
the Italian struggle  for ind.pen.lence.
CASTRO ANXIOUS TO
GET AT FORTUNE
EDMONTON EXPECTS
G. T. P. LATE IN JUNE
Caracas, Yen. lliela, .prii 27.���lt is
reported In tins cltj hai former Presideni Castro left i rortune in gold bur-
ed In Caracas. If this la so it explains Castro- ai'v-e'i lack of funds
und his anxiei to
auela.
S. noia   Casiio.  wile     '   the  d-posed
president, called bi  La Qulw vaster,
day
Edmonton Alta., April 27.���it is
semi-officiali> stated that th. Q. T. P.
win hav,. st. i laid Into Edmonton nor
later than June -M The board ol
trade, sctlny on this intimation, is
contemplating a big banquet in -Setback to \en,..  tiionton aboul thai date,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
taifflce   Phone 1W.     Barn 'Pbone 117
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the City.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
I.ever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
frre a cake oi their famous Plantol
tAilet  soap, il   you mention this pai*-r.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTI8E
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Westminster's  Home  Paper.
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WEDNESDAY   APR|L a
1909
The Daily News
Published by The Dally Neera Publish.
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie and  Victoria streets
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
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WEDNESDAY.  APRIL 28.  1909.
NEW CAR LINES.
th,. administration of their conntrj ���
, affairs,   i; Is reporte I thai thej have
deposed  Ahdui  the  Damned  and  put
:his brother Main nn d Rescbad Bffen-
dl on the throne    Bui whether these
, representatives    ol   Turkish    n
progress will be allowed i,. dlspo.   I
dignity of iheii sovi reign quite as th
please Is very doubtful.    All thi     o
wers of Kurope mai   be said to 1
a finger In the Turkish pie and li  Is
ci Main  that  ihey  will   requii,- to  be
consulted and beard befi .��� a n a sui
tan la proi laimed.   ii is yet too early
��� mpl  to form any '.stiinat,. ;l^ m
. . ent  to  which  this  revolution
��iil change the character   and condition, ol the am lent Byzantine dominion    Bul   ho in w school oi  thought,
��� ntlj dominani In Europi s i
i        . a) -ill events, i^ sure i i hi ing
a rn ,i order "f things politically and ii ma. be .ill astballah a p. rfo i
Bl .1   a.haiu-i in. nt   in   the
big practical)}   stood still
PHONE     97    WHEN   YOU    WANT
Recent announcements Indicate that
the B I'.KH. Is ent- ring uii-'ii a pi '" 1
of considerable activity.   On Saturday
we  iv -.   :iM.    to  make  public  the tSCl
the companj will extend a line across
the in * bridge to Lulu island, with
spurs t" the various industrial i p i
s alum; to be established
and will Institute a i oni i.i- ul car
service b&twi. n Island polnl - and th ���
city Followm.- closelj upon * iii. Information comes the announcement
ih,ii i , :. pan. has secured a 10
>. ,.       .     m    isi    v ���::���.     tl ii
Municipality to iti a lin   tl
thai district. of this
is not ... i detei n Ined, and two pi
ar ���'��� i ngagi d In making thi  n< i
sarj sui m ,i.- i i v, ....,..-. ll bow-
evei appi ais certain thai tin line will
run from Hastings E ist ; . v ��� a
Lak< and will form an Initial a
of aboul six mill i tfanagei Spi I
lm- stated thai thi work will be pushed forward at once and ll la ��� -;>*- U d,
will be completed by the ind ol the
summer, So far the direction of the
lin.- beyond Burnaby Lake seema to
be uncertain. This is however of the
greatest importance to New Westmin-
ster, for it will be greatly to our disadvantage to have a rapidly growing
and well to do community- like Burnaby Lake more closely linked *'itn
Vancouver, whilst this city i.-, as it
were, left out in tne cold. This it'
a matter that should receive the careful attention of the council and the
board of trade, and if the plans of the
company do not provide for direct connection with N-a-w Westminster then
steps should be taken to secure th.s.
We are glad to learn that the nrst
section of the Chilliwack Una. be ween
here and Cloverdale, has been completed by the contractor- and taken
over by the company, who will at ouc.
proceed to put in the electrical equip-
men. lt is expected tha: this l.ne wu,
be ready for traffic in three months'
time, it may be sooner This will be
welcome news to the Surrey people,
many of whom hav- lately sutlered
very great inconvenient.- by the discontinuance of th. train service on
the old Great Northern track To this
city also tlie opening of the line to
Cloverdale will be of immense advantage.
GROCERIES
B. C cn am, large can 2 for 25i
Bl  i vi Ii - . ream, large can, _ _or2Sc
Jerses .ream, large ran, 2 for ....25c
M;lk (Blue Ribbon), per can   10c
Assorted jams, regular pr.ee 26c lot.
3 for     50c
West End Snaps
I   have  two cheap  buys In the  Wrbt   End  of  the  tity.   winch  j,   hmAll   ..  ,    ,
n    .  turnover within  the  next few monthi:
No.  1���Two  lots  on  Twentictn   Street,   BBOVS   Eighth   avenue.       BSn dellvsi  tl
the  balance  in  six months.
No.  .���Three  lots.  66x132, on Tenth  avenue, between  Eighth and  T. ��� ���
for $650 cash.
List your property with me ml  I  *   ' endeavor to find you pur.haiers
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK,  COLUMBIA   STREET
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TOES  AT  LOWEST  PRIC_S.
THE YOUNG TURK.
That corner of the European continent which has for so long b>-en regarded as a dormant volcano, likely
to display an eruptive activity at almost any time and tet the whole continent, if not the world afiam.- with
war, has at last hurst forth, but not
in the way tha; wa.-; generally anticipated. The young Turks, as the combination of men imbued with more or
less modern ideas of progress, designated themselves, have rtsorted to
arms, taken the ancient capital or
Constantinople by storm and held the
Sultan a prisoner in his own palace.
Yildiz Kiosk is, according to all account-, a very wonderful conglomeration of buildings and courtyards, fortifications and gardens, designed in
the main to protect the augtis* person of Abdul Humid against pos Ibis
eventualities, in the shape of assaults
by dissatisfied subjects. But this home i
and hiding place of majesty, hitherto
regarded as Impregnable, fell east-1
ly into ih.- hands of the Young Turks,
whose determined ons aught compelled
Abdul i" hois; the white flag and sue
for terms. Bomethlng like the Invest-
menl ol Paris by the Commttne, Just
38 years ago, only In a minor way, ap-
pears to have taken plaoe at Constantinople,
For iln presenl hostilities have been
suspended, bul what will be the
eventual outcome of this comparative.
ly quiet and speedy revolution it is
as yet impossible to say. The object
of the Young Turks rs to secure a ini-
debt form of constitutional government,   a  system   by   which   they anil
th'-ir fellows may have some voir.- in
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"GET THE HABIT"
Hello, Children!
NOW'S   TOUR  CHANCE
2 THICK   SCRIBBLERS    (Ruled    or
plain),
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MOORE'S MAY MILLINERY
Children's Hats and Ladies'  Hats
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50c    $1.75
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THE  WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
THE   FASHIONABLE   EMPORIUM   OPPOSITE  POSTOFFICE
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SHOES
TODAY ONLY
The Fair
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We make Children's Shoes a leading" feature of our business, and we are better
equipped for shoeing children correctly than any other
shoe store in the country. In Girls' and Misses' Shoes
we have all the new style leathers in Patent Kid, Colt,
Calf and Vici. Tans if you prefer. For Little Men we
carry all   the #<Ma;inish'' styles   in all good   leathers.
SEE OUR NEW LINE8
OF CHILDREN'S
"NATURE
SHAPED"
SHOES
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Children's
Shoes
Black   low    shoes,   _, i     ilzes,
75c to $1.35.
Chocolate   Ties   and   low   cut
shoes, 9-c  to $1.50 pai'
Patent     leather     slippers   for
children, 75c to $1.50
Misses'
Shoes
Misses'   black      blucher   cut   ox.
fords, $1.50  to  $2.00
Misses'  chocolate  kid  oxfords,
$1.75  pair.
Misses'     white     shoes,     $1.25
pair.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C *_SDAV
APRIL 28.  1S0.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE .TVK.
aSOME SPECIALS
IN
We would earnestly call your attention to the undermentioned lines. There are bargains in Table
Cloths and Napkins today that only occur at very
rare periods.    Some of the items are practically
Half Price.
Half Bleached
Table Linen for
30c Per Yard
' '��   wide.  i.    pjr��   MnSft,  mc<
-"'   -t  ir,   vsr.ed dsl'Sr*.       We
�� ������"��� :    p�� r   y a i-d.
ON  SALE FOR 30c.
Pure Bleach
Damask at
45c Per Yard
-1    Aid.-,   real      n.ce   design
:�����-_.:    no      filling   or   $r.t��,nr\
���" t    mal.es   >   m.osl   service
���'    4- .   wear*   well.
N   SALE   AT  <.���_   YARD
Hemmed
Breakfast Cloths
at $1.25 Each
�����   rejl   good   sn..p        Lioin
;.*Khes     long   by   .6     inches
*   '    t>'     nearly   two   yards     square.
i <��� named   n-ady   for   u��e   and
*J*       '<1e   of     very   durable   damask
i   Wem     effects   are     varied   and
-   whits   bleach.
ON   SALE   FOR  $1.25   EACH.
$3.75 Hemmed
Damask Table
Cloths for $2.25
ia_n" ', yUd* by 2 1 2 W**        HeJ,yy
BUo.l.     *^     m,r<:erlxed     damask;
tf.iti.-eni   floral   effect   with   border
on ,h�� four sides.
nir'ULAR   $3.75
FOR   $2 25.
$5.00 Table Sets
for $3.75
It haroiy seerr-t credible that we
can ��el a Tab e Set for so low a
figure tut it is tru�� nevertheless. Set
consist* d' one fine satin finished table
doth, 3 yards long, with 12 napkins
to match it is a marvel at the price,
the mstsrisl ih this imi Is thoroughly
dependable and we guarantee it to
give sat .faction.
REGULAR ��* CO FOR $375 THE  SET
Final Clearance
of Our Best
Table Cloths
We have 29 tab's cloths of the high.
est    grade    Irish    DOUBLE      DAMASK
Imen    extra    super   quality   and    pure
grass bleach.     These  c;oth_  sell   regu
lary   for  17.50  and   $8.00  each.     They
are  very  slightly  soued  and  as a consequence cannot be sold at full va-ue
To   effect   a   speedy   clearance   and   to
concentrate  local  interest  m our store
we   will   soil    these   cloths    for  $4.00
each���actually   at   half   puce.    This   is
your opportunity���profit  by  it.    Cloths
Bre 2   12, 3 and 3  1-2 yards long.
ON   SALE   AT   $-100   EACH.
A Clearance of
Table Napkins
8  do.en   left  unhemmed,  sue  20x20.
REGULAR  |1.00  FOR  65c   DOZEN
In   11     different     designs.     58  sre,
splendid   wearing   quality.
Regular $1.7..
ON   SALE   AT  1*1.28   DOZEN.
$5.00 Table
Napkins for
$3.50 Per Dozen
About 20 d��.en in broken lines, most
of them In half dozens. The regular
prices were $5.00 and $5.50, but as we
want to gft rid of them, we will clesr
���he lme cut Bt $3-50 per doien.
T. H. SMITH
.^quarters for Women's Ready -to-Wear
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Po raffle on all
ell , . ��� .;   res
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II  B6wers and
work,      telephone
. ���      ion -, B208. "'
loss   trom
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The  Pythian    B . .     ���
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ball  on  Thursday, May 13. A commit ie.      ���       ing of Mi   ; '.
Rel I   I'    ���   i    er, .1   Mi Clu ind  I
C    Mv. i'       Bl   ' I..I- - ��� "lin.
more   d
clow out on Bats Is li
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W.  i   \Ii M'ir;hy, one of the ek.lr.
doyed  "ii   the   Praser rtraa
al presenl under ' .atmeni
at    the    Royal     ('"lumbisn   hospital,
'   '       ���   (.as lak'-u on Monday even-
ink'. '��� a    prolonged fainting
I
. lr,    ,i--.ifioiis.    v. boleaome
i you so much enjoyed at your
.va-.  made   .ith  Robin
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Shoes for
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lr most vaiua-
;.i|-   posses Una ou  can  secure
you-..-if  again-t   I il  loss  by In-
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pai,
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IY YOU HAVEN'T TIME TO COME
WITH YOUR CHILDREN. SEND
THEM TO OUR STORE AND WE
WILL SEE THAT THEY ARE FIT.
TED  CORRECTLY.
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ilk.   the  H !  .  (onnecti-
Hartford, thi   l| _ White, BhU-a,
, -60 ColumMa street, city      "
Our Stock  of  Children's \
Shoes is Complete.
A   meeting of thi   exe< itive of the
iln '��� r Bmm iat_ a wil,
* J. C. Bla. ���.   store tm_
evening  commencing ..:.       clock
1A11 ui��.-:n. ers are re,      ted to be pres
ent   as  matters ol   .. .,   rtan ���   art  to
ap for disc j .-. :.
Hani Wig.sang Poultry Pood La tht
| At ;,our grocers and   ll .----���   ���
Tl        * v i,  ���;., itn ,    . _-..a
,  -       .--actions on this a
;  ,     urea    an     .    ���     .-
and   their  prog   ...
��� . iade. so::.      ���.������. j   eoed '
���i  .! a-s set ni.
stor.     ,. ���  res       "The    Heart of a
'/��� ���  .-ae hand and   An Awk-
��si : Sli ition ��� i the othei v.
proved drawing ca    - :.._:.���..     ������
A h.ijsi- social,    announced to
���   bi the '���'��� ��� ��t ..:. I Mi v    .
...   on   Friday   is   post;*_ne.l   unul
Ui* following Tuesday ��� when
���    ...;,   ;.������_���.--     .    ....- il i
fund,    a
opened and the contents counted    An
t- ��� talnlng program    I     being
pared fur tlu  ra Ial
Au a: honi,.- vii]    be gives at the
:v  oi  Mrs   Storm, 513 Ash street,
nn Wednesday afternoon an.i evening,
H        R< ������- shments    \n
-��� 111 I   .:. : .. IsSJoQ of ten      '������ *-
.. .- i       I;..   ; roceeds  win  go   '���
. ���   �� foi Swedish  Lutheran
mission.    livery odj   welcome. ���"
Tin  reteran civil anginee. and ��ur-
i.ini.  A.  J.  Hill,  was  injure,!  yester-
j ,i ;..,.-iiiii r_g when attempting
i . board a city ear near Uie postolBce,
|, Ihi ;oi�� of the wagon struck him and
be  was knock d   town, his knee raj
: |  injured-       After  receiving DJeOi
cal   attention,   ths  injured   man   was
ii [yen borne, ��iure be -��� progressing
.   rably.
Barley  Bread to* toast���crisp, tender, "-��� reel    Bl  S nut '���reason,  page
3. ���.
I.     Mrs.   Rn -   begs   to   thank   h.r
customen tor their patronage, and
owing to ths removal of premises and
the coming hot season, business wm
be liscontlnued until the fail. *���
A viaitor to the city yesterdaj wus
v.; Ham Short, K. C. of Short, Cross
tk Blggar, of Bdmonti n ll.. called
.' H Stuart-Wade, secretary ol
��� , :> lard of trade, whom hs knew in
Bdmonton. Mr Short Is aa eminent
lair*rer aud senior partner in the tinn
of which Hon 0. w. Cross attorney-
.  m ra] of '     i a. i> ,i membw,   Tne
 Q in B    . h he is held i> reflect,,!
In the ract that he helped ex-Mayor
McDougall . can. out the negon.i-
08 for the entrance of tho lirand
Trunk Pacifl.- into the Alhertan oap_
tal, and ��a> re ponalble for the draft
ol ths . l;> i barter. He was very
favorably   Impressed   with Wssunln-
The Power of Labor, at the Bdlson
today and tontonow ts the most Inter
.sins* au.l mos: powerful series of
moving pictures ever presented in
this city. "
Qnnd Master VV. K Houston, of the
Grand Ixidpe of the A F & A. M. of
Hiitish .'olumbla. visited King t_oli>
mon UkIp-, No. 17. lasi evening. At
the subsequent reception tbe grand
master said the order was nourishing
in British Columbia snd before the
.lose of the Masonic yesr in June
the number of lodges would pass B0.
The resumed annual meeting of the
li  c. A  L  A. will be held tins oven-
when    ���    constitution    wlU *��
ll.lfte.l.    ___________
Ayrshire Bulls
FOR SALE. YOUNG STOCK. DIP-
f-XRENT AGES; ALSO FEMALE
CALVES.       ADDRESS,
W.   R.   AUSTIN,
Westminster Jiftiction, B. C.
OUR   CANVAS   iHOES   ARE   HERE.
PRICES   RANGING   FROM   $1.15   TO
$4 50.      SIZES FROM 4 IN  INFANTS'
TO 7   IN  WOMEN'S.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
iSINCLAlR
The Reliable Shoe Man.
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ASK  YOUR GROCER   FOR
i
! ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
���     For  Wheat.   Barley,   Oats,  Chops,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay,
J    etc . ask us.      We will see that   you   get   it   promptly.
:
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA STREET. p. O. Drawer 100.
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rIuSTEIGURE
and see what you would lose if your home and furniture and other valuable property was destroyed in a
fire. Don't you think it is taking rather a risk when
you could have it protected for a premium which
would average less than forty cents a month for
One Thousand Dollars? My rates are the lowest,
and my insurance is all placed in reliable Canadian
companies.
Let me quote you figures.
ALPRtD    W.   McLEOD
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INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 62.
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THE   DAILY
TS.
WEDNESDAY   APR|L ^
HO.
APPLELAND
Lord Kelvin School
formally Opened
WB ARE US1..G PURE CA1UMA1. MI!.;-. n
.1 fi  in Page < 'n ��� i
Cowan's
>w    Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Waft
Cuke.., Meda
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
LACROSSE
STICKS |
District  of   Surrey
...   .to the extent or o_e-qu_ner sei
lion nf 160 seres, mure er toss.
Application    tor   entry      jr.ist
made in ;.��� rson  I    the applicant at
s  Iiiiniiulou  Lands  Agency    or    sub-
agency for the district in w_k_ the  i :
land Is situate.   Entr. Uj  procy ma. -.n.
...      bi   made  at  sn  agency un
, , , :    md  ni    the    brai ei i   ol
stan lard   beare-  of the Tentb  .'
��� ti the Fin i Book ol C u
.,  ,      | ..j thi  Soman   on
Kenl in thi  Itrst Koman
11 ���
���    in.11. i
it ��a    nol  i il 'l"' lime nf the n
���   lm ra
*    (_'i>rije for  Eng .nd.
v rton     i   i   i  i
led Bishop    ol   Durham   '
ofl   th< in    il    vim.
-The Bi       ��� ' the -lands  I
the Ial Ism and the i
mm r of 8
. ���  i.u
a      a   Ich wavi 'i
i      ��� .gincourl
alien i ord Hoe trd ol  Kltli
.  ii        Qgbt   ih
world       1    wa    ' .    ;i i
���
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ous I R the Asori
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,l in  160 :   and
..-drew
Held    v.    '
loni, Etc,
Cowan's Cream Bars
art DirrnicT reou ail othi rs n
PURITY  AM) IKii'NFvS 01   I 1
Tho  COWAN  CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
Ti_____________3BK_"K__;
First   ..iv..
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McBREARTY 3  AND   LALLY'S.
FINE  STICKS.
ALL
AT
MOREY'S
663 Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Take  notice,  thai   Henry  T.  Thrift
Intend, to    apply for    permission to
lease the    following
Commenc it
the   .outlier .
roup two iv   New Westminster   Ua   an  Intending  B/��mesl sdar. ,. .
trict int.   -   ts    the    quarter section      The borne,    tder is rejulred to per-
',,_���     r , .,���,,.,,.    .   rti     i '  '-""��> the homestead duties under one
line, prolonged,   running ���
1 south through Bection two  (2), town   ��r tbe Knowing pun*
in   At least six months' n I leni i
WE   ARE    1:1
���
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i,,.. _. _ , ,.i _i_n.__ where ci rtaln condli ���    ithei  nn
lng at .-i posl planted ��nnt. opment, the ,���
terl.   bounaarj      I   lot bu     ������ = - ���-"���- - ��� ���'������" or slsiei "'
GILLlfY   BROS., Lid
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NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE C8AL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
I shi*> one  (1);  thence si.nth  ll
| thence east 160 rods; thi a, -  i
l a 'point 800  feet  .-ouih  ol
mentioned southerly    boundary of lot
:,.{,.  g^oup two   i-i;   th- . >   ��� isti rly
I parallel  to  the  Bald *   ���   ��� ' ���
i dury of lot 505, grou]   two  (2), to a
point 62 rod? north of I  ������ 19th parallel of north latitude;  I ienfB  .<  ' to
low water mark and 62 rods distant
from  the  said Hth parallel of north
latitude; thence south 62 rods; thenc<
east to the point where the BOBtherly
boundary   of  lot   505,   group  va'o   i.)
Intersects the belbre  mentioned  -I'.vh
parallel of north latitude; th. n follow.
Inu the said Bontherly boundary of lot
505,  group   two   (2),   to  the  poln;   of
commencement, containing by estimation   two    aundred    and    forty  acre,
more or less
Dated  at   White  Rock,   B.  f.  tuts
22nd  dny of  Ffbruary, 1909.
HENRY T   THRIFT
upon   and   cultivation  ol  the --md   In  N i
each year  for  three  years 'he I
Ra i :
���
IMll,    I
l< nee   lutiea   by   Us ng  ��� n    farmm>; srhli h
lan 1 owned   solely   hv   bun.   not less belo*   Mount    H
than  eighty   ^^0>   acres  iu extent,  la     I
u'i   a nomesteader may, if he bo
...ires,   |*rform   the    re.julvi    re  I
- ���     . nt cai
the vicinity of his homestead    Join .
ownership in land will not meet tb.- i       ���.���,,.   >_,
requirement.. ('una;.       nl   COO
(3)    if the father tor nwur, if the �������< v *:
,   u ,        o..,    .     _       -. _j . clodi i   ' ���   ;.ii   i
rather Is deceased) ot a homestesder .��� _.,  ;       . |o| ,���
o.s pormanent resideo e on btmlos 'empl ���    * -
land owned  -tolely  by  bim,  not les? were   I   qootsi on '    I v
t��*an  eighty  (80)  acrei  In  extent,  in '',' I '���
L_e  ��lclnlt>  of the homestead, or up
land REGISTRY ACT
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
U.  Mi v. , Ision 11 oi i.'n ',
1, New Westminster District;
19 and 20, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block K
V..  being  part     ��� ���!'    Lot     li,  .*- i    it
Block IV.. New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of tlie loss of certltl-
v of title number 16027A, issued ir.
_ti
Brli ' fen hy D. 8
in  a honie_tead  entered   ror  hy  him  Curtis    Re*i    F    \    m,...   and   P   "
tn the vicinity, such homesteader may  Csni Id,   and   ���
perform  his own  residence dutlus  h>    '���   ���   ���     ��� _ ti
liring with the father  (or matter). ^"-^ ��' LLrJ "*c "n
...     v " llllam i m in
t4i     Ilie term ���'vic.nlty    |n the two j .,    M     ,.,
preceding   paragraphs  is  defined    as  _-.__._��.,  nnn       ... is,
meaning nut more tlKin nine miles In  1*24    His I
a  direct  line,  exclusive  o'  the  width   ' :
. , lu 'I   . .
of  road   a.lowances crossed     In    the
measurement. m  ,IJ(.
(fi)    A   homesteads!   Intending    to! Low lan
I, Group i perform   his   residence   duties   In   BC       w,fl
1.0'as wleordance mMh th- ., ove while llvtni  '
Fountain Pens
LiVr   other finely   constructed    "**ah res.    r.
,, ,Tri0rv.  should   Ise msnufsct-red   of   t>>e   best   *���    I   I
rrjrse.'p,   ard   s.-'p1)   Constructed   In   Crder   tO    "
of   usefulness      We   hsndle   -.uch   pens.        Ths      V.'--'
i--adr   by   1 lie   test   knOWfl   Brl sh   r'H.ir,   and   ' > '   I      '      ���',
by lhe  best  kno*n   Un'tBd   St-i's   maker Pei,   ll J
Good ones, t.ery  one  gu��rJ' teed
J. J. MacKay ��.   Co.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
MAS  C E - . i. ���
+++++++++++++++444+4+++++++++++++++******+**
****
Alex. Speck
THE   BICYCLE   MAN
SPORTIN-   GOODS     MEPAIPS
LA*��D    HtOiMH.     ���
-,    ���
��ith parents or on ' n      ���   and ��� wn      .   .      . ...
ed bj  himself must notlf-   ths sgent ol ten  All ���
for the district of such Intenl   n
Six months' notice In writing musl ��     ��� '
_ - .        W4 ���'-'
he given to the Commissioner of Do     ������
the names of Charles Frederic Sprott.   minion Lands Bt Ottawa, of luteullon  o|   16   iron  B
Francis Kaia Sclioti,    Lucy Christine   to apply for patent.
Leave Langley at 8-00 am.; arrive
at Port Hani", at 8:15 a.m.. arrive at
McAdani I-iiidirig at S;.0 a.m.; arrive at Hammond at ,;40 a.m.; ariive
at Port Kells at 'J;00 a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10;ao a.m.
Leave New Westminster at 4:00 p.-
ni.; arrive at Port Kells at 5:30 pm.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:00 p.m.; arrive at McAdam. landing at 615 p.m.;
arrive at Port Haney at 6via p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. d. K. Wharf, daily except Saturday.
S. S. TRANSFER
Commenting April 1st the steamer
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at '', p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and way ports. Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to N��-w
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAY9.
Reluming, leaves Westhajn ('iand
every week day morning, except Friday, at 7a.ni., and Ladner 7 45 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham island 6 a.m.
and Ladner at 6:45 a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at G am.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
Schou, has been tiled in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, i-sue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office New Westminster. B. C. March 22. 1909.
��� ynopsls et Canaataw North-Wsst
Homestead Regulations.
Any even mim_erea section of Dominion lands In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, exc_pting 8 and 26.
not reservod. may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole bead of a
family, or any male over 1. years ofl
W   W.  COR.
Deputy of the Minister of thp interior
Bank of Montreal
E8TABU8HED 1817.
CAPITAL    114,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
i tie
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moi,.  ,,;   |  i     , ���     .
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in a very     .,��� i
bad  read al
���   an :
.-..  .    ��� a ������ .       ��� stored
��� , ���
vei  .-rn. i   ..ini rowed * inning
.. ..'  .'���      ..  ' isi ird  and    Canton
boat race ol 18*4.
Branches    throughout    Canada   and,    m>-  nelp v   10  in.!   thi   I ������
Newfoundland, and In   London, Eng- Univei I .   .i i   ca   B ������ ���       md plaj
land, New York. Chlc_go and 3po____   ' ','''"   ' "''  '' ,'""' *���' ��� '   '   "  '"" -''"
ii bonne band    lu 1115 In  ���* i nl up 'or
U. S. A., and Mexico City    A general lhe Tripos examlni .    imeou
banking    business   transacteJ      Lei   seoflBd   wrangler,   beaUni enioi
ters of Credit Issusd,   svailsbU with  srraggler sfterwsrd lor Bmlths prise*,
correspondent i In    all  parts of   the i *hlr��' ��" ��"PPo��d to be ih | ��� r te
^ ' ..I orlginsl _ i.n. ....ni in., iii--  mi..it
world- I) after mil be weni to r_n. In.oi
Savings Bank Department���Deposits slty  *ith ,( scholaf-blp ol 11000 pei
received   In   sums  of  tl   and  upward,   S ear.  and then   n,  ���   tome Ol the cAlel
French mathematician- In 1848 be
was appoint! i in .vi. ���.sties1 ms let
of Qlasgow University, sihleb be bsM
for  f.ft. thi���'.���   ) sii,   leiulng at  the
If you want second hand goods you
can obtain ihem m Our other depart
ment.
ALEX   SP-CK
and lute;est allowed at li p.-r ren', p.-r
annum   (present  rate��.
Total   Asset,   over  J 10S.OO0 000 00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
ti   D.  BRYMNKH. Manager
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  Front  S'-..   Opposite   Market,   Newi
Westminster,     Phone  489.
snd   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
Will se.i mi Friday the 30th April,
at 10 am., in the Markei place, v
fresh cow-, wiiii calves at foot, to arrive by car from Manitoba; also
n] local cows
Manurmctarnrs and Dtaitrt at AU Kma" mt
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Iumed Work.    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
age ol ... wiiii, here, be made mas.
disco>��� les In ... Latei ,n, tn
became tbe chlel advocate toi ibe Album,     i i.   and bbui ib.- company
I wt,   foriu.-d   In-  I... .une  a  .li ������. tor ol
iihe compan.  and tool an ai live !'���""
in the laying of the deal cabJs in _tt7.
Hi- Invention    .��� loi a  1900 nombei -
|ed fifty-six
In 1892, while president of ih ��� Ho>al
Society, he wai raised to the Psersge,
an later on i reati d i Member of tbS
Order of Meiil and OC.O.V, II- srss
grand Officer in it.. Legion of Honor
and a membei ol nearly every sxlst-
ing society or learning of Importance,
In   WO.   be   w;,     , :, | t. .j-   chatie. llor Ot
the University in whloh he lul. ired so
long.
On T-'.ul of November, 1907, ba w;|h
seised by a chlii wliioh r.-sulu-d in Ills
death. He wa. laid to rent with national honors In Westminster AOBSJ
In-side the grsvq ol Newton
IMITATE   PRANKS  OF
COMIC SUPPLEMENT
Chicago, \|n i 27 Ths NlnsteentO
Century club oi o i, Park ba begun
a campaign lo i lliglnate lbs comic
supplement ,,i th. Sunday newspaper.
Many women :, ri ,|i;, n,(, p-ankB
depicted In lhe funn* page have hSd
a bad liiH'i' n. on .lr i ini i m, who
me Spi  to Ih- Imitative
ot"- woman decln ed thai on return-
Inj hotne Int. one evening sbe discovered  ber dog  i unn ng about    me
bouse with  I" i   Iii i     .I,.      vim.
collar  ami  < ��� -��� n   ..    n  iih
neck.
Crystal Theatre
HE    DIDN'T    KNOW    HE   WAS
A   MONK.
(Comic .
A     CASE     OF     EGGS     TO   BE
HANDLED  WITH  CARE
ll'i'llilc I
THE STAGE RUSTLER
i \ tale from iba bordi i land ��
THE   TORRENT.
ah the srs) from Africa
Song,
SWEETHEARTING HELEN
i '
Do   not   fall   to   n,-,.   th-   SStrS
comic serlei   Twohsarl) laughs.
Matinees ? to 5. Evening 7 p.m.
Admission 10c. Children 5c.
MANAiiKlt.  J    M    COMPTON
.......
ss the i
del   Ik '
M.      ��� ���     >i
'a        1  '
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and ;- v
in the Di
In   t
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west    , . U '���
i;,   n ilhwi       a ���
; ..i  ���������:���. .
11      v ��� ��� '
i siLHt half . '  ���    "
ii.,n Pownsl "
,of south half of   ionl
Section  89,   .   wu.hlp IT
Vou snd those daiuiiu*        '(i
under   fOfl   SSd   -;l   V
.SU)   il.ter. Sl   -tl tbS  '���!������'.     ' '
I of   BS.    uniiglnterrd   iv
aii persons elslmlng sni   I   ��� "
[the said land bj '������   �����������.���������'
not regUt. red iiniKr lhe V" ' *"''
ii... -Und Reftstr.  td
j to ronti ������(  tbe claim Ol Ibi  '- l '
out ,-r within forty lii. da i
I date
Of  the   !lri   |
npUes upon mu, sns Is s>i
j caveat or BSHl. its    ol  ��i I"'"'
I being  filed   within  Itfcl    ���'
Idefault of redemption '���'-��� r'��''
I Hon, vou an.i ivh of i..- �� - :'
ever estopped snd del ���   -: ''"'    ]
I ting up say Clslffl tn -    Id - ���'
[the -.aid land, and i *'-';l '"���''"',]
corporation of tbe Townsbli oi ���
trl.'l   of   Mls-l.m    "���'���   :'	
fee
il in..''
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    illustrated
Songs.
PROGRAM  FOR  WEDNESDAY  THE
28TH  AND  THURSDAY, 2.TH
I   And I hereby dlrscl thai i
f���r thirty   J;,lf
v.lll.vl     "'
vi
No. 1, The QypslS-S Hiving-,
No '.;, a Trtp Through Russia,
No. 8, Manual of ��� Perfeoi Qentls-
mini. A  Young Fellow   Leaving  lloni'
(,'ood   OOmSdj I
No. I. The Stolen I'liins, m tbe Boy
Detective,
No. r,, Willis's Pall From linn-,-.
\,, _, uin tratsd Boni Ijj Miss S,
Ueiil, ��� <;��.oii bye Qloi\
No 7 The Power ol Labor, on ��� ol
ths greati ' plctnrei of Its kind evsr
brought io thl" city, h alone win   atls
fv  vou nil.
Music by lhe Edison orcho tra
of thin sotles
dully niw-apni'T    i
Westminster  "-'���'  *  ^"4   '
rlent  SBrVWS there-r
Dated n.   -he  l_.T..I  "������r"''r   '"
New W.-Httnl..��t"-, pfOI"����� �����"' "    r\
OnliimMa. ftli 8th da* o' *'ril
im' C. 8. K.H.1
District Bs|Wr��
Maria kh-'*1.
To Henry Msastry
h    ���     u_,_h���n.     .K'l'��   VlA"a
Mershon,
Densy nnd Wllllinn
N'e.ll
The Model Baker]
SECOND
'    1
COR. FOURTH AVE. 4
Have you tried out AIWil
'    I *
.wssti  wd one.   ;
our 10c ���i"""'  '
buns :i   '"'",'aRK A sons
" 'Phone -��� *:���
APRIL 28.  1909
���I E   DAILY   NEWS.
fAGE SBVBN
^44^-H", 111 H*
���-���->���'���
_TH-aT'S   OUR
J '.ESS
I placed   w ^    -f
I ,   ...t.sfled   cus-     .,���
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J ,            ITISFIES      '��:
: IBI   KUlllf
I
Jackson ii Morrison j
D��  .
>,-ai Block.
i .,, ��� Ur   Phone 3__     ���
. ���     e    ���     s    e
..�����������      Si��
MLN Villi! VLMOKItS
N IHI GREAT THIMiS
Insid t i    About
Wonderful  Ability
i  Faces.
FARMER. ASK fOR
WESTERN ELEVATORS
Grain Export via A. B. C.
Route i. Urged Upon Do-
minion Government.
��� i   .
;... i.
������
1
ooks '"
0
:
27.    An
_:ain   Hi
May Day Needs
for lack ol Ing new to
'''" ���      ��� ei :   new
���      r ear or host
:��� are such
a        of ,   tell  you
|C_v.
idian : K.uiw.iy Co.
Gasoli
���   ���   -"assi   _m��
r.MI    I MiLtl
IA    it    TTLE
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V.  tOftS d_.l), e_-
I .'.ei   .'sn- \
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���'_ MITIfl   ���   LTOHIA     ROUTE
���       ssvs  Victoria  to-
. ���,,  Tui-�� ls>
HH '  ..su-r on  \S ad-
��_ST   .".AST   ROUTE.
SS   Tess
mm I      i il i m.   i��t.   ioi_
::. '. r C-UOPW,
_ .    . ��:.J  ����)*  ports.   1MB
(fc. r Q -**.iIdo k-d   ������)
btra . :. '.-.: A.'.cu-.' t.
snd wij ports
1"'IC0UVIS  SANAIMO   ROUTE.
-   S     c��n
|__ . Tl '���:   1   ;    ���   ss+Uf, ei-
". v.*-;-. i  ��:   7
ALAS--,*   ROUTE.
[hn��*i    Us.      leaves     '<s_c*Hi''er
li-:
���OSTHIRN   B    C    ROUTE.
���- ��>�����  VaorouTi-r
i- -
Mit        , . i    Vancouver
<���
I 1 MAIL SERVICE.
I , |   ��� n.'ir . *..
F-'v V;.r'.l  :<1
..Its CHARLOTTE   ISLAND
SERVICE.
f"i"i ;,��,  Vsniosrer
_->.; ���  .       -,-
'���!��� UTI it
[ha \r.   -\    tmlBStwi   Motid.iT
.   .'   -  a rn
V rV.'!.s -  T..i<-��<lsr. Thursday
ine
��� -
���
Engines
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���     '. '        li   :.
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' .'���   .
t   lor
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:
Bonnets- from 25c up.
Bonnets���Styll      embi    ..      tnd ribbon trim *     . 50c up.
Wash  Hats���. ribbon trlmi 75c up.
Jack   Tar   Hats���From   50c up.
White Dresses���.
75c up.
White   Dre-ve--��� . from $1.25 up.
Damt/    Colored   Dresses In   al.   glzeB    md    irlce
I to show yo
_s idem flcstlon.
&i
'*   II
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID, P'-.p  .etor.
.e_t. Stref-t,   ���    Nf.* lestralriaStRr
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor  Store
���
���.
V
uord
'   '      -    iti. hard
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He
��� .    .    ��� ch   the
government cos an    rder in
���   meet I     srahi
	
He a ling ln I 	
:     ;i. means oi
entlfica .��..-:���;.
���       -
.... .:.r, v. past
v      knee   \   T   Sti ...,-.     it   * *
washout to leevi  I     wind   *
irtled au-vi:  - --.-ii-arte-.   .-. EduWttWU,
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH.
WILL  INSPECT WO.K ON
GRAND  TRUNK   PACIFIC
CHOICEST   WINES.   BRANDIES
ALES   AND   STOUT.
FAMILY   TRADE   A   SPECIALTY
Phnr.��   ii P. 0
FRONT   6T.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
rtrer
1 :��� er you. Seret ��� - 1 ve
,
a'*-
<i:. i      ��������� ngl]    ' ��� a fit
V'!l*-d.
Owed   Advancement  to  Me ��� cry
.;.,..;. rgotti
ha�� attained cuftnet   t. *t.:*t
<..- -,-.  '   i "rv I) oo owed a larg   s ice
Box lit ranee to �� wonderful mem r.
'
Ed   <->n-on,    April  :..���Dr.    Martin
-tu government    a-cneer    in
I   con.itru. :.- :.    jf   t:...   (,  I _ .
-_..��. goes
i ��� '\- we.-k to In.psei Q T P work
���-���-������' here and t ��� MacLeod river.
Mr Murphy stat- - lu * I ;..- * the
Pemhina is practically completed T:ie
fee pieces of work yet t.-> be don�� win
be Inlshed In a sh. The ��rad-
inc outfits are all on thi   ground now
,   * i i i>mm"noe  **   rk _a  I ��.  a-
-mi:   "ast of Edmonton.   Steel laying kos   -t.itVv -;-.er vi
*.  ha�� not  .een commenced,
.       Vn? to the last reports n  elved
617  COLUMBIA   STREET.
SEE
THE   NEW   GOODS   ARRIVING  DAILY AT THE BIG FURNITURE STORE.
WE  DEFY COMPETITION.      ONLY   FIRSTCLASS    GOODS    IN     STOCK.
CALL AT
W.  E.  FALES
House Furnisher and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
B  c
SPRING      LAMB      CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE
AT  THK
Central Meat Market
'It  ||
Corner   M__t.  Ft   ...     nr*._  Areniie
ph.ni   ira
inwet.L a naor. mt++n%+nm+
Paris   _] rii 27 ���lhe French courts
English Watchmaker
\\ Sti III I    K Bl -    o; 'ti
"' "     >    .   1    inrormstloo
IfttMrsn
ED  OOULET,
tgl se   WoRiminstnr.
., ���'   VOSTKH.
I^Oei I'sss   Ariiit, VsnronTer.
. J. W   TKOUP,
P9" >BPe.    ��� ���'��,,;. vtoinria.
J.\t'a..
Hie White Pass
PYukon i.oute
IOM,    A1I.1N.
tot' N and FAIR
; ���:. ...
I- i I   ��� IprSM nnd
p.". *' t'��'
\u..1 . o-UntAlnlni
k_!' rrafflc ftfanAtt.
...   i w a- :.��� ��� | r Ladles Iron $12..���>
i|
Sllv-r
$6 00.
tchea, gents'   open
I'M up
Acesl     (Of    to ,l:hs-.i    nnd
��-r  '..
Watch r.-; siring a specialty
I Of him that he WOO     .,.vi'>!"    Mir;.*.;.-     A npur line hi.-        n
uu* ol   iv-- :��� " ������ !:ravel  Plt w'"*! n{ B*me
  -..        '-and the lin.- ���>���:���*.���. r, -    Ul	
   -            ....  and  ii ��� gnisi       d Walnwright Is hem-. Daila_ied. It
meats                           .. ...   ���, . .  ,   i expected tl il   *���-    a. at j   BMm c
h;> .                      WM   .. . .     - �� srtll he started neit wee_,
it tl   -aid.   the     ��� oET  EVIDENCE  TO
.1. station i:, ti..    ����� -
Othi ..   ��� r    ���'
, .    ��� :..r  a
u;.      A   man
���    .      -
���    ��� ���    ''v..    :.'v    .       :
I am i ���  ���    ���      Mi
���      -        inti -���  �� ���       .
: ,,..r*....'nt�� a '    ''  ���        "  ,!���"���.   'V1^'
-... vasarri      I for fraud gave
Been the i pt out of si_*��
.   .... ,      ���   uearij   a year   wa,  wttwcedln
exactly hl" sta;V",  '��   /����   "��:' '^ n'
ByL minu1 ,n:   '':''1 fini"'-   f'���' in"' ,he deteo-
Negrt   w.th Good  Memory. *****  M*jh   ������>tly   while at
Perhaps the n "*|   ,n a Parls  re��*n��nt-      ' "���'
- aii       he negro w! -s bsts at'   Monti
PROSECUTE   LEMOINE
:
ttlng   n��- esss        wltni sees    " ' +
���'-...*���- ; ���
if ihe i'..' of  Henri  Lemolne   ���
wl ���>    after j
Julius
Northern  Crown  Bank
HEAD  OFFICE,  WINNIPEG
A WESTERN BANK FOR WESTERN PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $6,000,000
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
Thn'ty people who use our Savings Bank Department will find
it convenient and will receive every courtesy, whether their account
be  large   or  small.  Savings   Departments at every branch.
c as*
F. CRAKE
fw*\t    tioorf    fror
Gm
J* Milwaukee"
TCi ,Ud" si'Pj,ui to
Km       l Lm'" 0m*h��   ,0
C-    S0u,h     W..t     Limited"
[    Cl,y to c��,ic��uo
"��ln, |���
',l" si'i'iie  on    sny
*ns_, , ���' thai .iumi in
V, ;       ;    *'"  ''Iih'Uko,  Mil-
I ���       ,y        Thev
.>^;;, ���   own Mssptni
PttH,    ,"     I their tralb, ���d
'  ���   "ll-nce    of
plsewhsr.
|W R0WE n rt Uni
A:'"- Portland, or
it^ys
'Ne
T�� AU'.'tl'.TISE
IN
A-  I   1   v
L Y N   E  W  8
NEW    WESTMiN.TLH
TIUCT
lbs  Unlt< is-..     Hon     i   S rati
;  .    i'.i ng room ��� ��� .     the
fact 'm-l.    ��� ��� -     i v r..
ra tit. dints        n hands !
I.is h.i; to the negro i I ��� v '"tt
, ires no > beck In n turn     During
: |   ���  . Ilnner | 750 hats
Kgln :,r" hsa li i  to bim     Tei   whei   ��� " a
dim ��� : ��� -      gots his
hs:    without a moment's   hesitation,
an ! v i omsi
An  Original   Idea.
The   wl;     Ol   'nl     .. --now
.- .md tn.- names thai go wl b them
../urns.   Groef    |a   ,.   peoOgOUl   1   BSBBl   .1 .    tig
  and all people who have dealings wl
u large num i f persons
efforts   to  leern   wnetner
has  <(��ved any of :',.  .  _'i""i..  he
������  from Weriih. r have heen unaval!���
LAND    DI b.
An ad-
lance  .il. n:  ol   .1 theatrical  concern
Indlng  tbat  I ���   was not  gifted  ;;'-':
.....   im upon .1 tte��  schema for help-
��� .,:;,      .. ong    Immediately alter
I'.e   :.    . .    '   ��� ''''  '*'��� .,;������. .,  unrn li,. card- ml. \ ,1 everj
Intends to nn\, . "  lU'  |S'1';   man with whom he came In
mlsskmei  ol    ������   *  ' :   ������"��������� *��� M reporter     botelms��,   managers   sad
1    ism!*  in  merchants    Hs wrote a sho    d<
ijoo  . ��� faolal   appearand
��ASKATOON BANK
CLERK SENTENCED.
Saakatqpn, April -T.���Fi>M lye. ah-
��� '.':;      Korthern Crosrn Hank clerk.
was hefen   fudge McLorg this m-ini-
lng   for   ssntence       foun.ej   pleaded
for lenlenc]  on account of hla age,
mlng ;h..t    Ua holdtnc   two post-
'ien.-  in   the  hank   was  the  0*0-4  01
the  act.  enabling    him  to  oarrj   od
operatlona, for seven months without
detection      lie   plea led   guilty ami
enter.'d to two years on Brat,
md and fifth count-;; one jrear (,n
���Ird and fourth, and one one the
_tl    leventh and eighth     lie was
. ���.  four   fears  to run I'.inciirrently.
Hi   goes   to Kiimonton   peuitentlar.
.uterni'.'n
Manager, A. F. D. LACE, New Westminster.
... ���       ���' ,        1
\ SW Wl ' '
�� ..nun. Dl It S   a      ��� !    *****   '' '
������ction line (I ���
,,.,1 ���. ��� betwaeo --'��� ���" -'���'���������- (7)
mi.l eii'v-. 11 11- isterseetS ths ��'��'���
orly li'.imiUiy ol '��� ' I1 '���' ,W��
fj)   Nee Wi   tmlnster
faolal   appearance    to-
��� ��i!ii s.ime inci leni whloh oc-
,-urn d while he wus with them i he
���, \    . a hUe on  tne    train, he
would   Bt- Ij   tl"'   vil'iU   1. la: in;,   :
��� . ..; '       v   in \l    ,..\vn    Ii      wi.-   t.'
.Mi       Tlie   le.-ult   was   thai   �� lv ne\. r
he met a man be law the raw before
.,, ui, 1, theses n,. would saj something like this
,,,.    ,,,,���. (oatherl) .���.".1       �� hy. heMo, Jsoksoa! The htsi tim,
���e e������������+44++++++++++++++++
��,M.rl>   100 lv     v.... ��� ,  saw wm Wfl W(,n, i(||1 ,.���1(.���,ni. 0l
eauti-rly   i'.i: 1 Isl   i"  t*S  WSSteriy  '   ��� ,|Ull f,.|imN who slipped on the ice with
southerly    M.inula: 1    Dl   the   BiM   K* U  ,,al|  of  milk  In  his  hands.     I   hAVe
Ifig t,. thr centre Una (prolsOg��d) run thoughi Of It a thousand times since
���(.., I,   tlir-.i.ti.   11      l��             .ection       A   r;USt'   '"   sular-v   tweeted   '��-'   al
ning no. 11,  and BOUt* WW '   "JJJ ,,���,,. a>!,.���t ,i,��� n,xt yoH,   fo, hl, ,m-l
eight   im,  township   oa��   '''��� BTerj  town bis way loni- before the
Westminster district; thence south
lt.0 (Mt, th-nce eu-tetly parsflsl wW
the said south,,ly boundary of tn--
ssld lot BOS to 1 l*���� I|1111U'11"" (
south   of  the  point   v-nere  the cei.v.
line (prolonged) runiUng bsbi or w*s.
through  section  ten im, "':'rs,v<^
hlgh-wstsr 111.11 k; thsnos north "'"^
ihe westerly boundary of nnd lot .�� i       of tlll. i,>1U||U. u_,al ,ul|-ln_. (.������
10 tin- uoiiit -here irtd i*'"1,r*' ""'' ��   osrns has sold their complsts output
1 ,, ,, r...vtK liKhwut."   (,f such  or one of thol.   western  mills
������oUon ten llm H"1 ���   ,,���. _������,., mu,. time  to come,     ihts
show peachsd it.
FLOUR TRADE  Wl I H
CHINA AND SOUTH AFRICA
Montreal, April 27 .-.\ new- departure In ths exin>rt Hou,   tradf of late
l,M been the i>Ir demand from Chtns
I Iter low grade spring wheat Jour, ahd
"���"  M'" ''.L northerly   ,'��.,���  some  UMle  tl
thenOS  weslerly  anil        ^ (| |lh. M,.st bUSlnei
iH_    anntherlv    and    WM I ...in, china or soi
���nark
I Bog    the    soutlieiV
boundary Iln* of    '
point of beginning,
matlon 60 seres mon
dock, 11 '    ''
to tli"
'....nlalniiii;  bj  M*l
,,r ISSI
Outer nt   White
ii,- 13, 1909,
HKNTt. T  THRIFT, <****���
I-   \v   I KK80N
s that has been do ie
with China or some time lia.-t
iu,. ss   Monarch, whloh sailed >���'
,, ,i  ir.en Bt .lohn. N.B., to South  W
rlos Imi w,1,'k oasrted ii!,::.*.i sacki
Hour,   divided   U|i   as   follows        USp
.,,�����. 789 -iiiek.-;  Kust    LondoiL iv-
     Mgoa Bay, 7,860;   Dsisgoa Bsj.
, i iBJ, ami Durban, 11,960
I This is the
*
I Opportunity 11
irook over Henry's catalogue
and  make out your order for
| Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds ] \
Trees, Plants, Bee Supplies, etc.
No windy-agents to annoy you.
No damage fi*om fumlgattbn. No
delays of customs.
YOU "PRESS THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO THE  REST." '
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Offices,  Greenhouses  and   Seed-
houses, 3010 Westmlnstsr Road,
Vancouver. R.C. Branch Nursery,
South  Vancouver.
++++++++++++++********++++
Wanted at Once
Fifty men for track work. Apply
ticket office or foreman in charge
on Front street.    Good wages.
B. C. Electric Company
NEW WESTMINSTER.
WIT_0i\, VEAL, PUHK
Fresh  Pork   Sausages  daily.
Best  of  Farmer's  Pork.
P ACI PIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 iCiE       t A.DERS0..
Columbia St.
W. C. Chamberltn sells diamonds that flash their rays bright,
And sells st a price that is fair and is right,
Glittering gems that appeal to the eye,
Best earth produces and money can buy!
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE   AGENTS   HAMILTON  A   LONGINES   WATCHES.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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.AGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY   APP|.   ���
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Lawn Mowers
BALMORAL. BEAT CUBS
IN FIRST FEW MINUTES
Coffees
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+    "EMPRESS"   Ballbearing   with
iFive   Blades.
ALSO
���    "CLEAN CUT" Ball bearing and
Other  Styles.
I Anderson & Lusby ���
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Give us a trial in
this line.  We carry
The Best
Mocha and
Java Coffee
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COLUMBIA  STREET.
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A   ��NAP!
THIS  WEEK   ONLY.
.GAS AM' QASOLINK MANTELS AT
LESS THAN   COST.
Youthful   Ball  Players Unable lo  Hod
Their  Own  Against  Veterans of
the  Diamond.
1 .        .   i   ���   IB||   I. .uu   w. nl    in ;   .
Ill   .i Inst   ll        I',     nun..!_   .il
y ,. ia ia    i >i um., tne
. ,i  tne  .i "I...   i.i  ii.e
vine of thirteen i ini I'h UtiDa
i,  i.iur ui  thes�� in  id ���
Is -. whi ti the Balmorals were
Thi   game  wa
called      the closi  of the Uth inning
on bi     in   ol
1 .....   i  pi Bl 'I   �� 1th  .1   pr.'C 'Ssl"ll
. .     Binclali  le&dln-
paradi       '. ..     wen     i ored in
this -   ��� fore 1     ���       n hi
(,u,l time a ��� i il to pui i ui tl i   ;
na ii  snd wa    calli .1 out.     Aftei
Balmoral
them ��� I v keeping a    i     I a I
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The.    wi '   una;
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Pierrol   2b.; H
Sin.ill.   p..    lh tclll       ill.     i
Canfleld, ss    Ford
.  ...   Ro in ion ���       ii,  , .
I'..   : . un, i      \ii.i".
lb.;   Beattj    ��� - ,   .
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Scori     ���  Innings
als ... .....
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The Pearson Electric Co.
(Successors to T.  M< ���<   rej
Klectrlc Work? i
BANK    OF   COMMERCE    BUILDING,
Opposite Posto.ice.
Correspondence
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for the opinions ol ;:s . nfleni
PRONE 331.
P. 0. BOX 423
Young and Old Alike
procurable, and can
satisfy any  taste,;
as   well    as   any
pocket.
PUBLIC SUPPIY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
arc fond of music, ami every iioni.
should possess a Piano. They do not
cost anything like what they an- r Sllj
worth to the family circle. For ths
next ten days wi ar�� ghowins- - ���
exceptional  values.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA   STREET.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGI3T8.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Lock's   Nationality.
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.-. .    Wiih referen
, tblit ii .1    d   ;:"   Vsn ���    ��� ���
ths effect that th.-r,.- Is eon     i mbi a.
to my nationality, 1  wish  t i task
clear thai I h.ive v..    laid claim to
being  an   Englishman birth.      i
.vi lected tor th, K' v :. !��� .ini for
the International match this year
witboui y knowledge oi sanction, th.
local delegate being ������ pntlj entrer
the Impiesslou tba; l was Bngli n
For tbt- benefit of the sU Vanoouvi i
[ilayers,  I   wish i:  known   thai   I   bad
no Intention of playing on ths Bngllsl
team.     The local men �� ire  iwart  ���
this several  days tgo
My cas. is by n' : mans uncommon
F I'raham. of the Bbsjnrocka, an KB-
gUshnuUL, was picked for the fScoirii
team two year? ago <��� latei he cap
talned the Bngtl hmen      Of the Bai   '
brothers, of Westham Isl md, Ol i
playi   for   Ireland   and   lh-   Otb_i    I   "
Canada.     Saul, another Weaiminster
player  selected for the  Bngllsb team. .
Is an  Aastraltan.     Craig, a    typl
Scot, Is a Canadian, while Cadyiflei
,who is ofien  taken  for an  Irishman,]
'is Scotch by birth,
FRANK  1.0< K
New Westminster, Ajirii .7, IWB.
OBITUARY.
Alexander  Smith.
The  funeiai  ol  tin-  lit-    Mexaadei
Smith, who died at the Royal Uotnm-
blan hospital at the agi   of 45
jilace    tomoi -"���*   ai   vn tori i       I   ���
body Is shipped    .  i>  Mun hli
to tbe <ai.it.il.
C.  E.  London.
Charles    Ernest    I/mdon.    :he    ig- .
montlt-old  son ol   (.'.  E   uondon, ol
London's Landing, arlli  be b irled tw- \
day at the Oddfelloe ' cemetery, Rev
.Mr   Roes officlstlng      Th.     mse ol
jd.-aih was pneumonia.
W. G. Cross.
Thv funeral of th ��� tats W 3, I r��i-s
will take place under thi SI iplcei 01
L. f). L, No. 1160, today, from the K<-.
formed Episcopal church to ths Od'l
fellows' cemetei -,
BOWLING
ALEX. MATHESON
Boot and Shoe Store
.lust  opened   .-ith  sn entirely new
sunk of
Spring Shoes
FOR LADIE8 AND
GENTLEMEN
If you are looking for otnethlng attractive In this jlne call in and in-
gpei i our stoek.
Houses Painted
Tin- Pender ��tre��.t ;illr> -< Were
crowded to their fullest rapacity, and
great enthusiasm prevailed at Vancouver during the progress of the tour
ney. K. N Hriniks Compaa* 'earn of
ISesttls won the Dve-man Stent Ths
pirir"-. v i -e:
1.     :���.     a,    TOI
.25   1001    :���'.:   1789
In Attistlc Color-'.
N. Brookj Co.
(Besttie i
Rubes .  Jays , ,911     :H2   W   ;v 10
(gesttls.)
All Stars 90S      IM    *>'���'-    -<������'"
(Vancouver )
WALL  PAPER,  PAINTS, OILS,  ETC.    \,,  Sprar.a,     .       :,,..      7.7    B71     17181
(Vancouv. 1 1
 *  Bsimon Bellies   .775     SI'J   '.'4'.   8840
(New Westminister.)
.ermlnJJs .20   966   871   8781
I Vancouver)
Dominion   Ti n��t .601      662    583    IM.
(New Westminster.)
it   ('   Colts  ��� ���     .664      771    71 1   2178
(Vancouver.)
Doane, Bailey & McKay
Agents Vancouver Vacuum Carpet
Cleaner.
Front   St.,  Dominion   Trust   Building,
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Why Pay Rent?
ALEX. MATHESON
Boot and Shoe Store
COLUMBIA STREET.
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$350 CASH
BUYS 7 ROOMED  MODERN HOUSE ON THIRD AVENUE, WELL
LOCATED.       BALANCE  EASY   TERMS.       LET   U8   GIVE   YOU
MORE  PARTICULARS.
j F. J. HAR & CO., Ltd.
We are all ready to supply the
1
Needs       f  _
of the     J
Children J j
in Dresses, Aprons, Sailor Suits, Jumpers, Buster
Brown Suits, Guimpes, All-Over Aprons, etc. Every
serviceable, popular style of garment is here in i
Ready-to-Wear Section, and then again these garments are made from materials that we can recommend, and the same first-class work outers into our
Small Folks' Clothing that characterizes our Ladies'
Garments. The wants for Mav Dav need not worry
you, because you can secure your Children's Cloth*
here at very low prices.   See our window displays.
TWO   LINES   MENTIONED
HERE
Children's White
Wash Frocks
D_vty, pretty drsBfs of white
'awn an_ rnull, trim--..^l wte
VaUncunnn lacs and .-.brci*��-)r
insertions; some have Dutcf
necks and short si��ev.s nicely tm
'ihia    MdUl    fin.    pn      tuc��.i;    for
girls 8 lo   16 years Each.   .17.
to $5.00
Tucked and Plain
All-Over Nets
Cream ecru and white nets with
Or wUhout spots; tue>ed in nar
row and w'de tucks. Widths art
18 to 36 men., per ya-d 3'jc to
65c.
Hats
for the
Girls
Ready tor May Day In the Mil
linery section. Many attractive
models made ready In sntlcpa
tion of the rush for May Day h*U
These are on display today, trim
med with sppropriate flowers,
wreaths,    foliage,      etc. Lowly
priced lo make them doubly st
tractive. Priced from 81.25 to
$5.00.
An Immense display of WA9H
TAMS. SAILOR HATS, and OA
LATEAS from 25c to $2 50 each.
Pretty Striped and
Spotted Frocks
.n g.ngha-n and cha-V*. ��� "'
with belts, and pipngs 0' plain
colors; _**er_ triwimed * " "J,>
braids and tuttens. Al t iu fe.
small   boys  jr.   B r ��;   fro"-   7-C
ANOTHER   SHIPMENT  OF
Lace Neckwear
Novelties to Hand
So many attractive lowp-afd
n.tkwear pieces are on d-spU) '"
the neckwear section thai IsSlSB
find i( a pleasure to M * '��� \r\4ir
co   art here.
The newimt range just Is ll
--ade of GUIPURE and ORIEN
TAL Block collars. lACf TAB
COLLARS. COLORED LACE
COLLARS, SHOULDER C1-'-
LARS and LACE SLEEVE.
Pnced from  25c  to  $. 00 tn.-
New
Delaine
Waistings
Tn# most attractive lme of i'flh��
weight all wool WSlStlflfl W* h*vi"
ever had th. opportunity of fcur-
lng.      The weight Is sllgh"y h"v
Iff than * muslin or ISWIti but be
lng   all   wool,   will   make   uo   mto
wsrmer     w��l��<s   'or     evenmg   or
dress wesr.      Colors srl l'0M *nd
dark,   snd   patterns   ar.    ."Urt^
new.   showing   two     t+M   "rip"'
���ancy     designs   snd   epa*'5
yard. 50c and 60c.
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