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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
���W WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIPE
ASSURANCE
WRITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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IJiTooi A
0 TO DEATH
LkweAutoistsWUlGothe
Limit and Render Crossings Hideous.
.���_.,  i     \utoniobilists ot
ClWto' honi blowing
i"1 ,   ���,     tlstence.     At a
NEW   .. KSTMINSTER, B. C, FRI HA 1   MORNING, APRIL 2. 19-1.
lnance
, the ���..:,_������    club  today  it
Imetins -
ITdecided to requi t every owner of
I , i- ihe iv to obey city or-
H^Vviv and h����k long
ESrouri ���    assing a street
K    >        ������"'^-.heclub
C..   wi.l!" '    ''��8t    CffeCtlV"
" ���i n.v ' ��� ordinance b
Pinulsanc   and effecting Its re-
Roen . nil      0l0rl8t8 have lje<'n
L,,,j _ud '.ie ��� ''"' neglecting to
1^ ,tl,,ir boms at crossings.
Wireless Achievement.
J Bprin April l.-A German wireleas
Lpapb company has succeeded in
gjbllfihin. wireless communication
�����,(.��� Bfrilii and V enna with two
|M .ortablf Held " itOts. Emperor
n��cl_ Joseph has sent a message of
KgratuUtion "ii  the   achievement.
1(11 KFEM? OF CANADA
FOR CITIZENS
vi ol Trade Asked to Join  Other
Stjra, m Application to Ottawa
for Grant of Subsidy.
|p.llo��iii. the outburst of patriotism
kroaith-'ut th.    British    empire, and
suggestion o( purchasing a Dread-
sit: ti)- Canada, or making other
���svi-ion lor the d< fence of the em-
i ih.. F'vrit:..-;.   ol  the  Vancouver
��ttl of Tradr. \V   Skene, sent  mes-
itt. to pIpwi boards in tlir province
htog lot thf'ir v..us on the matler.
1 Tt- eientives of the Victoria and
It* Wf-itnins'pr boards  met yester-
pjlo i.i with the matter.      Owing
I as short r.ine.    possible It  was
ul id thla  cltj   that   a meeting
pud no: be ns-.-rr, ,i.,. to discuss the
Jttler adequat'-Iy   j  st. rday,   but   an
Jfar.il session waa held, nt  which
Nwetar. received instructions to
P>mh the Vancouver lioard that the
jpolnater memlx    were heartily l*
h>M with the loyal resolution adopt.
ial a recent meeting, nnd that the
P"et would be taken tip at a  spe-
fl taming of   the whole board on
lay next     Two resolutions will
pned on thai occasion warmly ft.
P��elth��rcontribution hy means of
fj* subsidy or the building of    a
^irtr. f0,  presentation to   the
pX'Na; ailthorlt. s
[Sentiment |_ ,.inrij||k, BtroagIy 0���
P����HJect, parUcuIarly In the coast
P* which wonld bi the first to sur-
1*�� far In which the Pacific ocean
f" *�� -'-'���������' of battle.
["ENT.MEDICINES
ARE NOW STAMPED
LOCAL LONGSHOREMEN AIR
OMtVANtf AGAINST C.P.R
Fifteen   Westminster  Men   Report  Be.
lng  Deprived of Prom-ved Work
���Given   to   Strikebreakers.
The longshoremen's atrike, which
IU be.,, in pjogresa ,_ yancouver
tor the past few da. vs,, f(.|t looa:j
>-s."rday afternoon, when a sm nl
strikebreaker, were brouglt over
fom tin, the Terminal ,.,ty lo unload
[the C. P. a Prfnces Ena which had
'-���om.' up ivlth a cargo oi spruae and
'���"'-'r for the Uoyai citj Mills According to fl story told b local Ion,,,
shoremen filte,.���  of   :h���m   u, ^   ^.^
to discharge the cargo, the remuneration to be fort, cents iin h0ur> Ih���
bargain being made between ihe'men
and one of the C. P, u officials fin the
boat. Later in ibe day the agreement
was repudiated by a higher authority
who announced that a . ���,. of men
would conic over from Vancouver to
��lo the work for thlrty-flve cents an
hour. The strikebreakers arrive,, a8
scheduled, and proved to be
negroes, half .feeds ant
white men.
Inasmuch as there |s no quarrel locally between tho longshoremen and
the C. P. R , <,r ;_ny other company,
the men deprived of a chance to earn
a few dollars fet-l that they hnve n
grievance against the company. The
situation may become interestl.
in the next few days
CANADA MAY BUY      ! DELEGATES NOT 61. Jl   m ��� school
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
-LYING MACHINE
Arrangements Being Made
By Dominion Government
to Buy Aeroplanes.
n ."an-, of
one  (,r two
New v,,rk. April l.���Canada is not
" be outdone bj i. irope in the matter
Of Up-to-date ini,it,iv equipment. Ac'
cording to Gh tin H. Curtlss, the aero-
plane expert ol Hnmmondsport, N. ..
who ha- been 11, ntified with Alexan-
il r Graham Bell, and the Aerial Experiment association at Braddock, V
S-, arrangementa are under way look-
li'r- to the purchase bj the Dominion
governmenl ol one or more machiin -
ni the Silver Hum t* pi . with which the
association has successfully experl.
mented,
Tlere also is a probability that the
Silver Dart will be shipped to England
for t.-is_tb.-i under the supervision
oi English army officers. After b-ing
In operation lor eighteen months, the
experiments,ul Braddock were brought
to n close Wednesday and the Aerial
Experimental association disband ��� l.
Dr. Bell, nevertheless, will continue
experiments with bis Tetrabedrol kite
Wl.ll-
NEW POASE FOR FERRY
AS EXCURSION STEAMER
PIPE DREAMS TINGED
WITH A BITTERNESS
Dopesters See Visions of Empty Bowls
When   Uncle Sam  Will Get
Busy.
INSTRUCTIONS BY CLUB
TO OPEN IN TWO WEEKS
B. B. _ B.
1     tl
WILL
Kin ROAD
| Trustee.   Expect  to Welcome  Visitors
Local   Representatives at  B. j       by April  15���Arrangements for
C. A. L. A. Meeting Free
to Vote as They Please.
The auestlon ol amateur or professional lacrosse In this city formed the
subject of a three-hour discussion by
the executive and players of the Lacrosse club at H. Ryall's offlce yesterday evening', the outcome being
that the delegates to the adjourned B.
C A. l. \ annua] meeting Saturday
afternoon "ill attend without having
received definite Instructions from tb,
club as to the final stand to be taken
on the professional question.
.lust one Important fact was again
improved on thi delegates -We tmin.
-ter must keep the Minto   cup al all
Ceremony   Considered.
A number ol detail matters were
dealt _ih by ihe school board
evening, all the trustee? being present except .lohn lvek. The principal
business was to arrange for the opening of the 1.01 d Kelvin school, which
Principal Canfield said would be read'
about April IB. The trustees will
ask Mayor Keary to perform thi ���
I mony, his honor Judge Howay, and
the trustees taking part. The scholars ha\e been training In _ong�� ami
recitations for some weeks past
Beatrice Hardman was selected from
four applicants,    two loc^j    am! two
$ .0.000,000 CONCERN
TAKES  GREENE   PROPERTIES
costs, all other considerations mii-i b.v lmm   Vnncouver,  for   the  position  01
sacrificed to this end. pubHc  sCh��o1  WtBtar.      A  tender lor
The meeting  was  held    in  private    *120'   1"'s' nu''*     h>'     W.   Beadle   for
the above facts being handed out  for   concrettn8   -1*"   WeStSide    school,  re-
publication by the officials   after the cehred th<> aPPMVal of the board,
adjournment. A oommunlcation was received lmm
  [the Vanstone   Heating  and  Plumbing
Company asking for an instalment m
; part    Sell  .-lli.-lii       of      Iheir      accOUIlt,
.The board    left the   matter with Mr
' J Peck to adjust
L Thornber brought up tbe matte,
of tables for the kindergarten depart-
Trustees Thornber and  Peebles
will act.
In chart* <>f the junior class at tbe
1 | High school, D, H. EUiott. of Vnncouver. has been appointed in succession
to A. St. .lohn Mlldmay.      Mr.  Elliotl
will give    special    attendance fo llm
Victorian, Which  Formerly  Ran From
Sidney to Westminster, Will be
Adapted for Pleasure.
Galveston,   rexa��, ..pni  l.���a  new
syndicate with a capital <u $40,000,000
will take over all the    properties ol I |,��� Il(
Colonel w. C. Greene with the ulngle '
exception of the l.liter's famous rancn
In Mexico. This is the Mist of
statemeni given out today by Ureene
! himself, who is now .it i;i Paso Blow ���.
j recuperating after u gi rious illne-s. In
: the n.-w corporation are a number of
1 wealthy   Americans  as   well   as  eapl-
  tallsta from Mexico and Canada.   Be-
| Hides reviving    mining in  Lacananefl
���'rancisco. Apiil I.���Gloom per-1 In Sonora, Mexico, the syndicate will
the     smoke-dimmed     "opium[open up large tracts of valuable tim
of the   Chinese   quarter, and   ber and wli; extend the railroad from
Bellinghan
British ^
Connect With
lumbia Electric
Hailway Trolley Lines.
Bi lllngham, Apr:i i.   By 'he clot   ...
b.   summer of 1909 Belllngham win
��� connected by interurban roads with
V motive,-, B. C. This will be possi-
ile as a result of the decision of the
Be linghani Bay & British Columbia
Hallway Company to put a motor car
��� ni its line between this city and Su-
ii'iv which Will connect at the horder
town with the line of the British Co-
imbia Electric Railway Company,
which is being pushed south from he
Canadian cities.
It wns suited today b\ an official
i the local company tbat a traffic,
agreement will no doubt be reached
:��� the two roads whereby passenger-
will have the same conveniences as
though they were patronizing one
through line. Sumas will reap a
rich harvest as a result of the agree-
em-nt hut ft is held that this city will
b" given a valuable transportation
line. The two roads will not only ma*e
the trip a shorter one, but it will also
be much \pc* expensive.
NEW BURNABY CHURCH IS
CATHEDRAL IN MINIATURE
preliminary
courses.
work      in    romirierciaJ
l    Ban
vades
'��� ints.'
lhe ev.r   changing    dreams of   tbeJFerrasos to Quaymaa on the Pacific,
-lookers are tinged with bitterness be-   _-_o miles,  thus  giving  direct  rail  la-
cause of a ruling received by Collector I cilliie- across  Northern  Mexico from
of th- Port Stratton from Washington, i El p,.s(, to the port on the pacific
The    government    has    Set    its face i  __
CAPTURES HUGE EAGLE
THAT ATTACKS BAD!
our medicine
��� ii   the   red
l^aiiiiu nn
fitfe ail(] um
C     ;'" >nue depart
t'. .   ' ^me in lore.
Ji'...;  ' "    ��� " "i  proprietorj
L���('.;;:J' ox ,.f puis sow
L,:,/: roeery    or  by
1*-,; '  '   corner, or at
lit sai, thi    stamp, or
|**��lJm   '   Wln  U0'   1>p  ���'
1%.    Th       ""',|"l.   foi   IiOI.l_bsO.V-
���WHW ��Tr)l"ltr"'   '�� -i  must  be
mmm,' 'urers of these
If ���   '   !l'1'" . ,,  ,
|H \,u .. ���   .'11  been  noti-
|S^,".' 'as found it
���        "�� to
Tlw? Victorian, which was formerly
the Qreat Northern ferry from Sj.iii y
lo Westminst. r, ia about io be filled
up as an excursion vessel. She Is
now in Seattle, and is awaiting the
change in her condition before the
summer months. The boat has b< en
examined at Eagle harbor, and although the Victorian has Been many
years' cervice, her hull was found to
he in good condition,
When -h ��� was .ngaged on the ferry
gervice it was found fiece sarj to ton have iii-trucicd Collector Stratton
Strengthen ber to carry the cars. ' not to allow any opium to Lave bi-
Ainong the repairs then carried out possession on or after today, and the
v.eiv big bilge stringers, which run vast heap of canned dream- is doomed
the length of the craft, and extra to jro unsmoked.
h��avy stringers to which the engines If this ruling is enforced the opium
nre fastened The boat can now be : importers of San Francisco stand to
run to its limit, and is expected to
make good time. While on Hall
Brothers' ways a
will  be put in.
against indulgence in the delights of
ibr   "dope* pipe,"  and   prohibited   the
importation of opium of anything less
thnn medicinal    purity    after    today I
That was bad enough, but the hustlin-
importers  rushed  their orders to the '
Orient,  and  nearly a   million  dollars
worth of the drug was :nnded here  i
j f.w days ago and safely stored in the1
customs house nnd bond<d warehOUS I
, s      Now the authorities at Washing |
. OURTEEf* SAI.ORMEN
BURNED AT HAVANA
Havana. March 31.���Fourteen members of the crew <it tbe Hamburg
American Bteamer Altenburg, which
wa�� burned here on Monday, are miss
ing and it is believed they perished,
The Altenburg caukht flre at the burn
lllg [iters of the Havana Central railway .and the flames spread -o rapidly
i hat the officers and crew were forced
to abandon the ship.
After  Two   Hours' Fight   Johnson  and
Noigbbors Subdue Great  Bird
With  Pitchforks and Clubs.
Nine Suffragettes Go to all,
London, April  1     Nine of the militant female suffragettes, who were ar
rested  yesterday afternoon,  while at-
in entrance into tti_
lose a  large sum, as within the laist
two days alone nearly $200,000 worth 'tempting to fori
new  piece of keel   has been withdrawn from the custom ; house of commons, w,re arraigned in
house on payment or duty.      It is c6- j the How street police court today and
The Victorian at one time wu- one I timated that opium valued nt between | sent by the magistrate to join their
of the best vessels on the Sound and I $1,000,000 and $1,500,000 i�� now In and i sisters In Jail for one month      All re-
trip often    in exceptional   near this city, all of which is open to . fused  to give sureties for their good
made the
time.
pi Izure   wherever   found.
behavior.
Opening  of  St.   Alban'g  Chur.h  Took
Place Yesterday Evening���Was
Largely   Attended.
lhe opening of St Albans churc".
Burnaby, took place yesterday evening
st 8 o'clock, tho Rev. H. Q. Ki��nne_
CUnton, vicar of St. .Tame-*' church,
Vancouver, officiating. Tho sp.mou
was taken from the text: 1 "aw a
door open from heaven." In concluding liis highly appreciated nddres ,
he reminded his congregation that,
there was still a matter of $.100 short
mi the building fund account, and
hoped that they would soon clear ofl
:be pecuniary difference.      The Arch-
st. Charles, in. April    i    Fighting
desperately for   two   hours yesterdaj
with a monster eagle to keep his baby | deacon of Colui'   ,. v.,.,..! ,i���
from the menacing talons of the gre.it
bird,   Peter   Johnson,   a   farmer,   with
the aid of neighbors, finally captured
the king of the air
Fully ii -ore of persona participate,!
In the conflict and pitchforks, clubs
and stone.c were brought into service
before the bird, exhausted Trom his
efforts, gave up the battle Johnson
was badly .scratched in the encounter,
although his son was unhurt.
American  to Join  Amundsen.
Christlania, April l.���Dr. Harry fa-
tiKinds. head of the l'nited States
Magnetic Observatory at Sitka. Alaska, it is reported, will join Capt. l{o-
nld Amundsen's Arctic expedition
Importance of Port of Westminster Shown By Increase in Customs Returns
Indications of the growth of a <*ity are beat reflected in the business transacted therein, the increase or d��cfeease in ti-a.de being a sore guide
to the prosperity or otherwise oj the place. Customs returns, collected as they are with minute attention to detail, can i. taken as absolutely
accurate ami affording convincing ool oi the condition of business affairs A comparative table, aa i here appended, la doubly Interesting In
thai it imi only shows the Increased I nportance ot this city, but also affords an opportunity to compare the progress   mad-    In    the   pas'    twelve
months.
The total amount of moB��) collected ai the different porta oi en arbich New  Wqptmlnster la the chief, during    tbe    fiscal    year ending
March "I   1909  is $202,279.67.     Twe .    moi   is ai i tbe total returns were $181.4.1.30, ihowtag an  increase of $20,796.37 In twelve months
Fo- the port of N-w vVestn i e of $15,471.2. u simwn in the p.vt tnt+lrn months, ai ibmpared with 'be previous yes
figures are:    1908, $128,998.38;  1909,   $144 169.1 -
Following at. tb- figures lot the fiscal     �����   as prepared by the offlc   staff of Collector of Customs  Angus Munn:
STATEMENT  OF  CUSTOMS   RETURNS  FOR  THE   FISCAL  YEAR    1908 1909.
------ x r <3 _! _ ��� _
Th-
I'tor,'.,
1,1   I'H     the     little
AIU_i���.'    ho !  ndi,  these goods.
^ter April l   in     ",u   of factOrfes
Habr,   ��  *��' I"  stamped hv the
**% im ��' h��*es and bo.-
!%N_. ,? ' s',,IPa mmx be
^Re�����   '_   1,"'",,,Pr?'   At the
_ "   - '   'Us per 100.
MONTH
5
-
ft
-
B
-"
���J.
'otiifc.
I Stitif.
w. A  special     dl_
��>Aietsaj.p,Mar,onc'rftw-
>'��talvlWU ^ ""-n HI at
">Cio Mr crawf^��
I VfVri |��� Btiensa and de-
'' �� or the lungs.
Apm -   * l-'::
May        1,0T
June	
.lulr	
.     4.-. U
August   	
I
September   	
October	
V-a-
November '
December	
I
January	
February  .
March	
IJ
Total for Jiear ���  -  ���������*
Returns  for  1907-190S   . .  H '
$    1 40
I 26
., SO
to33
10.61
2.70
11.06
il.:JI
18.99
9.28
19.66
10.62
$ 28.83     $  142133     i
21.52
25.68
:i0.2ii
.1:1.27
17 $9
1S.61
10.85
39.86
61.99
:iti.69
18.06
2464 30
wfit9.it
4.214 lu
7.0 is.-.ii
I.M99.51
:!,4051)4
��� 2,223.59
2,022.42
1,847.10
1.55C.60
2,398.63
_
_
:
3
-'.ei 7::
s.-,2..!9
i:. I
575.25
l..79.13
7T.2.46
1.077.94
533.69
������I:: 66
ri:i9.92
I.OllO.l 8
1,889.79
146.26
$90.80
871.60
96.70
122 S9
19.15
29.35
32.6M
47.66
36.GO
74.00
$129.03     $345.20     $34,629.99     $17,890.97      $1,680.74
$106.40     9331.37     $23,211.11     $2v24l75     $2,140.78
r.
i
$159.21
87.87
V". 29
1
19.29
30.89
99.09
77.72
90.72
5.04
48.00
$675.49
$465.86
$ 8.7a
2.02
2.6.
im
8.1 I
2.9 I
87
8.83
$84.91
$44.28
$ 19,079 v
9,751,92
9,127.59
10,205.43
22,039.62
11,953.32
7,831.18
12.135.40
11,693.90
'    ��� 9;284.69
7,335.89
17,030.80
3
_
a
a
$    119.50      $  81401.91
36.20        m.tc'.s.ii
808.86 21,677.05
t5,508.04
106.40 80,780.09
17.66 14,909.89
:.80.(H) 13,029.33
15,044.10
14,807.40
9,012.42
140.00 10,178.02
111.00        .21,882.59
11 11,499.62     $2,048.62     $222,279 '17
$128,998.38     $1,207.75     $181,481.30
era assisted by the vicar, the Ftev. D
Dunlbp. The offerrtory amounted to
over $50. The congregation numln-red
over 160 and included many visitors
from Westminst- r nnd Vancouver.
The choir of Holy Trinity Cathedral,
li 1 by H. Morey, assisted in the Service and were accompanied by thp organist,  Miss Peele.
_ leading feature of the church Is
,1 massive and boldly designed chancel
srr-en surmounted with a Calvary,
the credence table, with the tryptdlch
upon it, altar cross and candleaticks.
were donated by Walter J. Walker. I.
P., ubo also gave the site on which
the church is built.
The lecturn, fl handsome pmce ot
iroaclwork bearing a colored esCUtch-
M_  witb  the arms of St. Alban. wai
. sentPd by A. Wedge.     These giv<
-.    edifice the appearance of a cathedral in miniature.    The powerful b-ii
organ is the gift of Mrs it Chapman,
of N  w  Westminster.
JAPANESE HUSBAND OF
NEGRESS SEEKS  DIVORCE
spiii:..ii-.  April  1     im*   Davis v,
hioka, n Heirless, who is be ng sued
' ,   her   husband    a   Japanese  tailoi
for divorce  upon  allegations  of   m-
Calthfulness,  petttlosvd the court today to require her husband to pay her
l-ViO   lor   attorney's     I'e. s.    $100   uu:i
money  and  $50 a   month  alimony  to
enable   her   to  prepare   her    defense
She   declare.,  that  immediately  aftei
iicir marriage, March 7, her husband
treated   her  in  an   inhuman  manner.
He commenced the divorce suit with
In a   week  from the date of th�� wedding.
Push for Valuable Land.
Calgary, April 1.���The maddest rush
for land that has been known In thi'
history of land rushes Is o�� tonight,
and it is all over (wo quarter-sections
of bind. In some way these two quart-
er-sectlona. which are right at Nan.
ton, were overlooked. It is estimated
tint each quarter Its now worth $6,000
Today, before noon, the crowd began
to assemble for the big rush. At niid-
night, there were 100 people fighting
for the knob of the land-office door.
Tl - fight for place tomorrow promts'
to be a record one. The land-offlc-
door will sw'ng op��?n at 10 n.m.
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
Advertising may not bring visible  results every week in propoiion to its cost, any more that    a
Man    wants    but    little    here    below���but  he  wil|   have  to  advertise  if he expects to get it
advertising as a selling help stands squarely on all fours there is no longer any doubt.
bellows with all  its little might till  some one gives  it something to curb its appetite... The infant with the bottle which  stills  its  fretful  cries, a  lesson   plainly   teaches ��� it   pays   to ndverti
When  the  dimpled   baby's hungry,  what  does  the  baby do?     It doesn't lie serenely and merely  sweetly  _oo-   ., '    b' blJt   that
  rhi' hun9'y baby
salesman    _oe8
he  hung
C0"d-Herald.
PERSONAL.
WHY W-MA1N SINGLE?���We can
find a congenial :iie companion for
any respectable man or woman.
Send stamp for particulars. Western Development League, 13ox 1301,
Vancouver.
I
WANTED.
FANCY   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
I reeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
Bale, ltarred Rocks, White, Brown
and Huff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. ' Write your requirements.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED COTTAGE
Or housekeeping rooms, close In.
Address    R.    C-    Stanley, Windsor
Hotel. '
FISH  AND GAME.
THE PHASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For heaittiy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
HENRY'S   NURSERIES ��� PACD.IC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at  South Vancouver.
I
LOST.
BENSON & AYLINC, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
LOST���PAIR    DOGSKIN,     FLEECE
lined gloves, in p.isioffice on Sunday afternoon.     Return   to   Dally
News  Office.
��� ������
FOUND.
FOUND- Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply P. 0. 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. II. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
FURNITURE.
W.    B.    KALES,   THE    FURNITURE
Dealer, I'pholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Amies and McKenzie streets.
;    Phone 170, night call 81.
GROCERY.
j FOR   THE   BEST   VALUE  IN   GRO-
I    ceries, phone 3S0.    The Pure Food
Supplv Grocery,  P.  O.  Box  811.
i .
PAPER   HANGING AND  DECORATING.
FOR SALE���30 acre farm, 5 mile
from New Westminster on Eraser
river, never Hooded, drained nnd
fenced, good house and barn, ready
for crop; boats call at wharf daily
railway within half a mile; schools
anil etc., close. Cash $1500; bal- !
ance in ihree years. Cook & Ross,
323 Front Btreet, opp. Market, New
Westminster.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROuM
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New   Westminster.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
RING   UP   PHONE   185   FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc. Reasonable
charges; quick service. Royal City
Parcel Delivery.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
1 For SALE -"Riverview," City of N w
Westminster; :; lots In Alberta ���-'������
1 corner lot, 133x60, 2 lots. 133x40;
price $1000; cash $250, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. Cook & Ross, 323
Front street, opp. Market, New
Westminster.
FOR SALE Westminster water frontage, 50 acres bottom land, clo e to
new tram line, North Ann Fraser;
good depth of water, $t;oo per acre
Apply "Owner," Box 537, New
Westminster.
HOME MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queeu's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, head
cheese, etc,
FOR _tENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, 832 Royal avenue.
ROOMS TO LET IN THE BURR
Block���These rooms have been entirely renovated, freshly papered,
treated with hot water, gas and electric lights in each suite, all outside
���rooms with good light, prices mod-
���erate. Dominion Trust Company,
Ltd., Agents.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
F. NASH, B. C. LAND'SURVEYOR,
5 and 6 Hamley block. New Westminster.
LAUNDRY.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 287, Victoria street.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
ROYAL   CITY    LAUNDRY,   ROYAL
Avenue and B'JacMe Street. Now is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's slioe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing: best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Dally News Block, Sixth
street.
PROFESSIONAL.
FOR   BALE���LOTS;   OWNER   WILL
sell two big lots on car line; price
$350 the two; cash $25, balaHv $10
per  month.      Box  922, city.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
Real   Estate aud   Insurance.  Agents-
City, farm and  suburban  proirerty.
260 Columbia stn-et.
| HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL Estate and  Insurance.  Phone 335. 18ti
Columbia St., P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth street, $17
per month.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. II. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, phone 334,
6-ROOM  HOUSE    ON    EIGHTH ST..
electric light.    $1500.  Easy  terms.
1 ACRE IN BURNABY CLOSE TO
car line; 1"> minutes from city. $750,
terms.
PEERS fi RAMSAY. REAL ESTATE
and insurance.   Burnaby property a
pi clatly,    Room   7   Hamley   block.
P, li   Box  15S, phone 361.
DIAMOND <_ OORBOULD, SIXTH
Btreet.
for SALE -HALF MILE WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only $6 a foot; will be worth $25 b
foot in a year, tithe. Compare
this wiih other prices.
Full SALE���125-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.
l(.:y' ���; nv,KVl.,.
aw;, UNa
bin     ' ''ColtiM
atSo'c.
'Veil   nnhi
UT"-V '"- ��� ��������.fcv;i
Rose    Ui '"
T?w- * mim
'"  K   ��l  P   I reel ,,
P,n       Whll
\\ .' |v
3
pres.; H. n
LIVERY STABLE.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing. Guinn & Palrley, pbone
4117. 18 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
C HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT, 1
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCHI
tects, Gulchon block. P. O. Box
772.     Phone 232.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 190
Telephone 61
RING UP 25ii FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS, j
Limited, Front  street.    New  Westminster.    Manufacturers of modern ���
Raw and   shingle   mill machinery,
Mil.   plants  and   specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS.   JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc.   Satisfaction  guaranteed. ]
Columbia street, New Westminster. |
WADE, WHEALLER & Met.UARRII.
(F. C. Wade. K. C, A. Whealler, W.
ti. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
i I'hone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5. Royal Bank Chambers. 408 Hastings Street west.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manageri. Real estate. Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
I J. J- JOHNSTON. DU.ONT bUiCK",
Columbia street, phone 169.
FOUR and a- half acre block on
the North Road, only a mile and
a half from car terminus. Sapperton; prices and terms very reasonable.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck & Crandell,
near Tram offlce.
A. O   i    v
M'   '   '"'   '       ' V.J
da:  In v .1
ren    cordiallj ,|
Lodgi   room. A. 0 ,,,,]
fellowi' 1 loci   V.
COURT BRUNETTE, v           :,,,,
���Meet-  the  fourtl ������   ,. ... tJ
month at    . o'cl ick.   in _J
hall. Oddfellows
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 10,
Brine block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc.     Province   offlce,   Co*
lUmtiia street.    Phone 62.
RESTAURANTS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eietcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
MUSIC-
MR.. C. C FISHER, ex-pupl] of Car:
lotta Antelll, R. A. M., London. Eng.,
and Of G. F Sims. Mus. Bac, Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
singing and harmony.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals (or $4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL"CAFE,"".Mrs7"Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
PYTHIAN SKATING"RINK, New K.
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10.
Admission 10c;  Skates, 25c.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, ii*ar tram offlce,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance.
FOR RENT���We have 17 acres of
good bottom land all cleared and
under the high,..-; .state of cultivation, capable of producing 15 to 20
ton-, of potatoes or onions per acre,
at $20 per acre; I-l cash and balance when crop is harvested.
WE HAVE _ nice lots aae-ha.f block
from Columbia street at the sacrifice price of $300 each, 1-3 cash;
balance 3, C, 9, 12, 18, 24 months.
This is a snap.    Call quick.
WK HAVE 11 nice cleared lots in the
West End at $200 each. This la a
snap you will have to pick up before
breakfast or you will miss It.
TWO  DOUBLE corne,s  [n the  West
TAILORS.
GAI.VIN, 32 Sixth street; ladles' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
in ladies' and men's suitings. Press
ing and repairing, on short notice
Phone  B350.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Ixirne street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store,
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGIffl
Aerie No, 20- 1I1 "v, every ' .
evening 81 S 1 m In th. Eagi
hall, Columbia I��� a. Clark,
Pros.; H, Schofleld, .-.-. ,-,,-,
. - -
THE ROYAL TEMPI _RS OF TE_|
perance meet every W-dm-'dar 1
8 p.m., iii Oddfellow.- hall, Coiumbi
street.
SONS OF BOOTLAND BENEFIT J
soclation, L'or I of the Isles Cani
191���Meets on the first an.l tiii
Tuesday of 1 vi ry month in K. ol[
hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
1   ().  O.  F.���ROYAL    CITY   L0D
No. 3���Mi eta   In   Oddfellows' ial
Columbia stn ei  ���  ��� ��� ��� Fri a;   ���<*j
ing at 8 O'clock      VI 1 "���''
will be mad. w. icon-. Q, E (Wil
N Gv C. K. Osbori < :. " "1
tag  secretary.
THE  EDISON  THEATRE.  CORaER
Columbia and   Eighth.      High-class
moving pictures,   illustrated  songs, j
Program changed Monday, Wednesday tind Friday.
OTHER     FRATERNAL   80ClET_|
Include tbe Union L _ge, No. ?���
F. and A   M.; King Solomon bod^
No.  17. A. F. and    A. M.; L 0.
No. 1160; L. O. I. ��� N'o 1593; CoaJ
Sapperton, No. 4681, I. 0, F.; C
F.,   Court   Westminster,  No. 3J(
Brotherhood of Owls  Nesl Na
I     End for $200 each.      A snap.
WOODWOrtKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKS. G
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
BOARD   OF    TRADE   M-W WEtil
minster Board of Trad   n       M
board room. City Hall, us i'"^\
Third  Thursday   of   each >��or4
quarterly    meetings   0-   li"'   lhll
Thursday of February, M  ', Aue
and November, al * p-O.    Ann"*l
meetings on the ibi 1 Thnrsdsrj
February.     New members may
proposed and elected st BD7 mentj
ly  or    Quarterly    meetl-i
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
LEARN   TO   DO
BANKING
No matter how small your business
Bay be have a bunk account. The
mercha'int who ha- a bank account establishes bis credit, lias safety for his
��ish, and pays his bills with cheque
In 11 buslnes manner. you are in-
'. II -. :o open an account  in
Choice  Hams   18<
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. una    Fifth Avenue
The Royal Bank of tanada B0
PHONE  s/n.
WELL & OODr.  Froonctor*
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER  $50X00.000
New Westminster, B. C. Branch, F. B.
Lyle,  Manager.
English Watchmaker
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.
Bank of Montreal
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
I up.
SHvi r   Watches,  gents'   open   fnci
ESTABLISHED 1817. '$6.00.
capital..  $14,400,000.00;   sliver Watches,, gents'   open
RESERVE         11.000,000.00 j $7.50 up.
Branches   throughout   Canada   and     Agenl
Newfoundland, and in   London, Fug-1 wat he
land. Nfew Vork. Chicago and Spokane, |    \V ,- .-,     , ���- ing u Bp( ,,,,,,:>���
U. S. A., and Mexico City.   A general
banking    business    transacted.     Letters of Credit lssu< d,   .unliable with
correspondents in    nil  p_rts of   the
world
Savings Bank Departmenl���Deposit
received In  Bums of $1  nnd upward,
and Interest allow ed al :i per oent. per
annum (presoni rate).
Ti '..:   \ "���;    over $168,000,00,1	
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
,;   D' }']'^ M? !;:'' Managi 1 tnilnster'i Horns Pspei
o*o*o*040*o*co*o*Ov-.'a,-ao��o o+c+n+o+o+o+oo+cJk>c,+o+o+o+o
_ NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS I
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  Front  St.,  Opposite  Market,   Ne*
Westminster.
and   1260  Granvill_   St.,   Vancouver.
Should be consulted if vou wan to
sti' furniture or ail auction condu   ed,
Live Stock Implement auction li Id
every Friday morning on Westmin ter
Maiket; and every Saturday morn tig
on Vancouver market.
New cooking stove; 3 wagons, in ar-
ly now; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower (new).
A quantity of new furniture halt
price. Room 9, Hamley block. Key
at 323 Front street.    Phono A189.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District
District of Saywarrt
Tike   notice   thai   1.  '     w    PreSt<fl
,'.  Vancouver, ot upa       ' :!",:'
tend to apply for ; ;' ""'
chase the following ��� :""'"(
Commencing 0 ,:I     ;
tn- north shi   ��� 1 TwtoW*.
thence followln
southerly,   ��e :��� rlj     nori     ���  a
easterly'buck to point of   -
tnent, taking In the
tainlng 200 acn    n
C. W. PRI ST0.
Dated Feb. 2nd, II
MAKE  YOUR  APPEAL to the P"J 1
.1 THE Dr-""
through the colum.m of Trie
NEWS.    Tbe M irnlng PW
NOTICE.
"     Wnlthaiii     and    Elgin
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Gro. Adams,  Croc..
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
I.N -
T It  l       u A I  L Y N  I    .
NFVV   HOUSE OF    SIX    ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS.    REAS
ONABLE  TERMS,
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr _____
MONEY    TO    LOAN
j Take notice that D. J. McQuarrie, of
New Westminster, n. ('., occupation,
lolectric railway manager, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands In the district of New Westminster;
Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of lot 131)0,
thence east to northwest corner of lot
1362, thence south to southwest corner of lot 997, thence southerly, westerly nnd northerly to point of com-
j mencement. containing 100 acres more
or less.
DANIEL JOHN  McQUARRIE,
Per JOHN F. BAOOS,
Agent.
���  ���0*C*0��O*00*O**C��0*0#0 O*O*O��O*O*0*O0*0*O*O*oao*0 !    n����f<i December 19th, inns.
NOTICE.
New Westminster District.
District of New VVestw'""'-
Take  notice, thai
Hai let Ford, j
Pitt Mi-adows. B.C.,01 cupatlonJJ
ried lady, intends .'.',->-��Dg J
sion to   purchase   to p(l5s
scribed lands: Oommwdi. jJ
planted at the sou"1 " '' !h,���c<|
1020, thence west -" "" 'v (,ha;n4
south .SO chains, thence 1 A
more or less to Agamenmon^ J
thence northerly  along ' w,nJ
the point of comtnenceiri 1 ���
,w "��� - SSS'SV
M.,,. win''"'.. ** FRI
DAY. APR't- 2- 1909'
THE  DAILY
PAGE THRKK.
Public Market
SETTLERS FROM STATES
WILL BEAT All. RECORDS
Clerk   D.   f   Ma.k.
JCV��8a'm-U'6?-m" ni Friaa>'^   *'
I    F P^nc    138
-
p. m.
Influx   ot   Americans   This   Year   Will
Hundred Thousand  Mark
���Grc.t   Inducements.
FRIDAY  SPECIALS
- _  f
Seeing   is   Believing!
V .ome-Grown Fruit Trees
<��� .ie at City Market by
PRASER   V/4^LEY    NURSERIES,   Ltd
Cooper Bro L> Stall
B^TCf   _S_*RS
SHv
/trial e
Beef. Mu"0'       Vej) and Pork.
D
avies
6? Son
Cut flowers. Vegetat ���  plants
and   Bedding  P.ints.
Mrfmk. Stall
K'r
FtJi nwi  Came
Mrs. Runacre's Stall
Home Made      Sausages       Head
Cheese   and   Sa_s_c.    Roils   on
Sale.
^�����������������������������������������
���������������������������������4
Lawn Grass Seed I
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
���m*w*****
PHONE 57.
'���+��������� |	
VEAL PORK
Fmii Perk   Sausages  daily.
Best of Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 KcML-EM. & ANDERSON       Columbia St.
First get her answer���then come to Me.
My  Rings for  engagements  ��he  surely should seel
Diamonds and Rubies. Emeralds���Pearls.
For pleasing the tastes of Westminster girls.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Spring Cleaning
'" '   ���' ''.-..   bouse-
cleaning
���'.    l!ap-a-
l!     :    ��� etc.,   for
i: v.i.uure.
Ci
U     BtOCk,
Ottawa, April I.���According to tile
blue book giving detail, of criminal
statistics for Canada tor the year c_ l-
iiiK September, 1907, there was during
that year���the decade then closed���
an Increase of 104 per ci nt. of drunk-
eiiii. -s in Canada. The total nun. I r
of convictions for the year was 29,802,
of whom 28,421 were males and 1281
females Manitoba -bow iho largest
rati.toi convictions, according to pOpU'
latlon, with nritinh Columbia next,
Nova Scotia third. New Brunswick
fourth, Saskatchewan and Alberta
fifth, Ontario sixth and Quebec seventh.
There were :!7 charges and eight
convictions for murder In 1907 and
72 charges and 32 convictions for at-{
tempt to commit murder and for manslaughter. The number of young of- j
fenders Increased from 782 in Ifli). to
1001 in 1907.
GREAT PROSPERITY  IN
CALGARY  DISTRICT
T.J. TRAPP & CO.
���    ACT.
Calgary, April I.���Report, of dif-
'���rent receipt, during the month ot
March show greater expansion in
Calgary and district than in any previous year. The bunding returns for
the month amounted to $94,000. compared with f_2,10Q last March, an
Increase of 126 per cent,
In homestead enttivs there were
133 entries compared wllh ill last
March, an Incrase of over 200 per
cent. In bunk clearings there wns
a clear sain of over 70 per cent, over
list year. Customs receipts were $51,-
539, .i gain of 25 per cent, over March
or last year.
RETAIL MEAT SHOPS
ARE SOLD TO BURNS
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fitH
know,.
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;   G(  ���.. ���������  '���..nn
Sim] i     indi
.   tl '    \i     Ol   iiml
nf   V,  \   Wi
Minus.    Rearing
t'Mbei   v.D.
iii .--   lain
i premises
�� v..       ' Q. n  til.    Ciiy  nf I
h* he Province of
���   particularly
Ua-j'1;- I       Subdivisions
H. '��� 9 i'.. rban Block
'vi.'."  ": .rough or
toy I "- claiming
�� im "*'' land by virtu,.
��, -1  Inst, unenv   ami
l   an:   Intereil  In
I'm,:  ' ���'. ffhem title
"ithM Ul, ."��� :'"1"-   ���'��� provisions
^aci  ... .,.,,������-..,���
I   ��� I��� Of the  vvx pur-
trom the
'   his no-
Wault of a'ca-
default
or    redemption    '- "���      regi (ration
you and each of you will b       ���
estopp.-,^ ami    debarred from setting
up any claim tp er In respei    ���
said land, and 1 sBan agister i
\<l.iii,-. .,   ownes ib' reol In f;
And  1  hereby certify thai
tion of Ibis notice for thii )   ���
a ilitiiy newspaper published In N- ��
We .minster  will   be  good  and  sun.*
.lent service there��!
Dated at the Land R
New Westminster, provln     of B
Columbia, thi.  16th .a*,   nl    ���*���"'
A.  D.,  1909.
C. S. KEITH,
Distrii    Regi
To    Thomas      William      M Oota-
Charlos W. wise. Caroline A. J"
Victoria, April  I.    ��� tie Porter ne ":
��� .   two in   Vlctorlft and two in
.  hav..  been   purchased   by
A   Co   for $300,000.     This
the Burns company nun kets in
. entre   in     liritish    Co imW i,
Vlberta   md the Yukon,    The Porters
will continue to manage tbe markets
the new direction.
OPERA    HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
April R.--Wil       '  ���"''
Would Investigate All
Otta va, April 1.���Former Judge
Doherty, M. P., for St, Ann's. Mont-
���: I, will move in the house this after-
i...,ii for an inquiry info all the departments of th-e government, excepting
marine and fisheries, .fudge CaSselS'
commission having inquired into the
iffnirs of the latter department.
Why Stir Up the Dust?
Buy a Vacuun Cleaner. Brooms and
carpet sweepers make dust and pack
the dirt more solidly. A Vacuum
Cleaner lifts it out by suction force.
Nn dust.      No noise.      No Labor.
!>mmY.-tmB4*-*mmwwwM��nmmrm gm��.TWMB���eaMWW-
\\ haU'Vi-r     the
ion from Europi
be this year, it
, ted    that     ;1"'
v  :    it, ,i state, wi i
...  entuslasti :
land men . , (fan an_ a   erta
who wen ... ,    es_, r(jay .poke
"'   l"'' nd  men  as   th
proba would cross the
boundarj with   their   effects, as
land ��� be   fiscal   year.
rhi se men ��� thi   i ompetitlo i
'.or   **��� ttlei . states  of   thi   I
southwi   ��� i- .. keen than was
ind thai Tex...
and  Biml , i1n  not  otter in
in ��� ne in- se of Canada,
t  tb .    , n:   w 11   be  execp-
V   .ni >   la ear I    ihown  by
the  present   In . a ,'.\    the    lines
running  Inti prairie    provinces
from   the ins  in  two  sec
tions .in ��� , nile mi the Soo line
running lm Moos. Jsw, and all the
train, are i. rying large num ers ol
men Hum . states of the central
����� -' Spi ��� I Bett��-r_' trains with
lai ge num ol i ������ - loaded with ef
fi ts, are also being operated, and
the amouni of material wealth being
brought Into the country reaches million mon . i b, movement from
��� ���' iuth I . : eadj so large thai the
regula.   nib    ���_  . [  ihe   Dominion de-
:���!'...   nt  .���   Immigrai o i  hnve    I i
unable to perform the duties r--quir.il,
and extra men have been put on both
al North Portal and at Emerson.
DRUNKENNESS   INCREASES
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
Tlie Evely-Ford Sales Company have
smashed the prices on
Stevenson s Entire Shoe Stock
Sale starts Friday, April 2, and lasts
for eight days.
We have instructions from Mr. Robert Stevenson to
sell out his entire stock in
EIGHT DAYS
This includes every pair of shoes in the shop, and over
half of the stock is ALL BRAND NEW. There are
Shoes for men, Shoes for women, Shoes for children
���all to go at factory prices. It's like buying gold
dollars for 50c to 75c to get new shoes at these
Away-Down   Prices
Don't fail to be here with your cash on Friday morning at 9 o'clock. To miss these bargains means to pay
more at other stores.
REMEMBER   ITS THE
Evely-Ford Sales Co.
Selling out STEVENSON'S SHOE STOCK, Columbia Street.
P. O. Box 471.       Tel   53,        Res. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We
Sell  the  Celebrated
Palmer
BROS. TWO
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AND FOUR
CYCLE
GASOLINE
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ENGINES
C _U-.ll.
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���    HIbw Westminster
A Bag of Cement
bo.ght here will be found entirety fi "tn powdered -.'ay
and oth i chi opening tiiiine.
! i.;it meai _ the ei ment will po
farther ami In��� ��� tl t than the
"filled" kinds. [f you have had
PXpi i 111 ��� "ii 'mow || lays to
Mi, 'i;.. befit bui dint; materials,
T ��� obtain ' ��� I you'll be Win
Vy'o don't handle
ib<T Und.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd,
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FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor  Store
CHOICEST  WINES,   BRANDIES,
ALES AND  STOUT.
otel
April 7    .mi
Company.
April 9    'a ani oui
Choir ,
.prii  17,   H
Wn    :    0
.run,.   10,    N'    '' ���'h-
Via
Doane, Bailey & McKay
AGENTS.
(Successors to K. W. Cook)
Front   St..  Dominion   Trust   Building.
FAMILY TRADE  A  SPECIALTY.
Phone 8. p- ��- Box 184
FRONT  ST
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
i IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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|THE       DAILY NEWS
Westtnin-ster's  Home  Paper.
Interurban  Lina.
Cars   for  Vnncouver   and    way
.-���ation."   will   run   every
hour  from  "it.'iO  a, m,   I
i ar leaves at 11 p. na.
Last car leaves Vaneonvfr   il
11:30 p.ni.
Cars   leave   the   depot   eVi
twenty   minutes   for  both  Si
; i i ton and city limits ov r
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min-
ifes after, find forty minute--
after, ronjunt-nchlg at ��:_fl a. m.
Sapperton   Lme:   i':ir-<   leave
��� n  rnir_tite.   after tbe  hour,
half past  ni.I fifty minutes after
the   hour,   commttcing   ut   G:"0
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly be.
tween 8:80 a. m. nnd 11. p. B,
I   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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The Daily News
PUhlished by The Daily .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B, 0.
SPECIAL   CAR   FOR
WOMEN  ON  TRAINS
FRnAY,APR|L
A. Paige Managing  Director
FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1909.
A CANADIAN  ARISTOCRACY.
In an interview in u Detroit newspaper,  Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy  deplores the t'.iei that In America there
is an aristocracy of dollars, and in- J
si-is If there is to be an aristocracy j
ait all, it should be one <>[ mind,     In-1
I'eivntiiilly, sir Thomas deplores  the
existence of an aristocracy, an opini in
noi out    of   keeping    with   his well |
^inown democratic ideas.
He contrasts the outlook of the Am- j
erican with the Canadian. He believes
thai the American is completely com-
nierciai. .md his ambition is concerned !
quiy win the millions.   He refers to
some    Ann n un    acquaintances  wh ��
Xew York, April l.���A plan of re-
to ride in their own cur. Several women the ivar car of all rush ho r
trains connecting Xew York city, llob-
oken and Jersey City, was put into
effect yesterday for the first time, and
wan pronounced a success by President McAdoo. The first ear to leave
i the Hobokeu terminal was crowded
with woman passengers, many ot
whom were willing fo stand in order
1 to rid. in their own car. Severalw o-
j men, however, refused to ride in the
sppcial, one of them remarking that
she much preferred to be where the
men were. The plan was put into ef-
ect at the request of the Woman's
Municipal league.
"GET THE HABIT"
**��� 1909.
BE   PATRIOTIC
AND   BUY
Maple Leaf Cups
and Saucers
SPECIAL TODAY
City Residences For SaL
,i'State is going to move in .\'�� ������  Westminster during the next few month ^^V
tie residences I am offering for      e as enumerated below looj_ good   t0 *
rwlse, do not delay in ei quiring ftboul them.
ii- _r
n Queen's avenue, betw.
'  'H,
PER DOZEN.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
No. 1���A two-story, eight room dwelling
and beautifully situated, i can offer
bring easily $25.00 or $30.00 a month,
No. 2.���A nice cottage on Seventh si nee
This 1 can sell you for $20110.00.
No. ll���A two-story nine room house on Twelfth street, between
a good sta.l   on thi   property, and a forge number of choice fruit trees    Tl *m'i>-    Tl)
a splendidly located lot and a  half, and is a good proposition.    | oan Relive
I have
,.   .        ..          k',,('" 'n'ivi and Vi    ������..
-rn this for a short tlme at $300i  "UV. moa���
See the house ami  Satisfy y0111   ..���-  ,
etween Second and Third avenues
' w. ll I.
'Hid
rat i
Fifth'and  I
On
the
all of the above I can give yop good terms,
city.     Ask me about them.
large list of dwelling?
���
ui am
I'arts of
Another   Mixed   Marriage.
Portage la Prairie, Man., April i.
Chan Sing, a Chinese restaurant proprietor, and Nellie Elliott, of Melford,
Sask.,   we,-.,   married   this  afternoon.
The wedding was the close of a long
courtship. Tli couple met In a hoi l.
where they were working in England,
I several  years  ago, and   soon   becam i
looked with n certain amouni of for-1-over8.    Chan  came  io  Canada,  and
upon   people   whose   wealth  waa foliowed by h|8 br|de.t0.be    They
uade arrangements for the  wedding
i here a  week ago.    (nan  is w. il  -up
b. nn.ice   upon   people   whose   wealth
did inn  reach    the    $25,000,000.      Hi
hopes for the (jay when ll will be con
sidi  ' i vulgar for a man to have more i ���-..��, ...m, ,, ���    ,.   ,,,
pned with ibis worlds goods, and Misg
| Elliott is the possessor of a good eilu-
mm
than n million dollars
And tb s is vi ry much I rue, and 11
there is anything incorrect about it,
it Is thai the contrast between the
Amercan and the Canadian i- noi so
Verj striking after all, excepi perhaps
in the vulgar figures.
In Western Canada, the golden coin
is very glittering. It Is possible that
many of us tolerate men whose capital Is far below the million. y_| the
possession of great wealth ls the most
popular idea in the ambition- of western people.
Of course   in a new    country, the
pioneers or the vast majority of them
come for purely commercial  reasons.
And    the    second    generation, let us
.hope, will    realize that    there is no
aristocracy of dollars and that there
i.-  something of vastly    more impor- |
tance  than  the  glittering  coin.      ln
the words of Sir Thomas Shaughnes- .
ly,   "If there is to be an aristocracy,
let it be of the brain, refinement and I
work.     Let   it be above   all els.- an |
arietocracy of well    directed,  useful '
...., consciencions work."
cation ntul an attractive face and figure. Rev, Mr. NIchollson, Baptist
Church, officiated. -ban has had a
house fixed up nl considerable cost.
Oriental decorations of great value
make tlie home one of the most beautiful in the city. The Chinaman has
(been a resident of this city for. ten
years.
Ho! For Ladner
MOONLIGHT   EXCURSION,  SUPPER
AND CONCERT FOR $1.00.
( .i  Tti. sday, April (Uh, at 6:30  p.m.
STEAMER   TRANSFER
will make a special    trip to  Ladner
carrying passengers    tor    the Gaul's
Una Cantata  (45 voices), and mixed
program
CONCERT
(o be given at Ladner by the Queen's
Avenue choir and other local  talent
under the direction  of .Messrs.  T. K.
| Pearson and Wm. Hicks.
The   steamer   will   return   after   the
concert, about  12, midnight.
$1.00 for the round trip, including con-
cert and supper.
Tickets can be obtained from F. Mc-
Konzie's drug store, D. S. Curtis'
drug store, and from T. R. Pearson.
Dominion Trust.
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPOfaJT   Dl r\ris     /-ni  IIUBIA   CTRFPT ~..~     ...
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONE   169.
Sh irts
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Premier  Flour?
If not, ask your grocer for it a t once, and be sure that you get PREMIER, as there is no other flour  to equal it on the market.
PREMIER FLOl'R is  becoming a household necessity.     If your'
dealer does not stock it, 'phono us    and  we will    deliver it  to you
Ourselves.
YOUR     CHOICE     OF     A     WINDOW
FULL  OF  $1.25  AND  $1.50 W.,
R. AND TOOKE BROS.
G.  _.
LTD.,  MAKE
TO  CLEAR  FOR
75c
GIRL   LEFT $35,CC0
FOR  DANCING  WITH  M.  N
Columbus, o.. April 1.���Miss Ef-
Be Elliott, daughter ol Dr. C. S. Elliott, of Arcanium, ftjitle a stud.'in al
the normal school ai Ada, th ee yean
ago, w< nt to a dance,    i here sh ��� me
ld( i ly  man. who was  a gu
the home of a meml i r of the faculty
Miss i'i liott, noticing that the elderly
... -.-iied    scant    attention,
with him Beveral times,
After  the  dance,   Mis-   Elliott   di
uot _e<- the man nor did she hear from
him until iy, when she received
notice that he was dead and had left
lu-r $ 15, 100 In ;.' gotta le si curl ties.
Dr. Elliott refuses to make public
th.- nam.- or last address of bis daughter's benefactor. All thai i- known
is that lie lived in the West and for
some time in Kan-as city.
���
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Shirts
THE SHIRT
THESE ARE SOFT FRONT GOODS
AND ALL GOOD WASHING PAT
TERNS. TAKE A LOOK AT OUR
WEST   WINDOW.       YOU'LL   BUY.
Pb.ne 335.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.       p. 0. Drawer 100.
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SOLE  AGENTS FOR  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
IINSURANCE  COMPANIES
LOSE   IMPORTANT  CASE
New _ork, April l The Ig insur-
am ������ companies today lost iheir tight
i*> hav- repealed that section of the
Hughes insurance laws, which Jmils
the amouni of new business they may
��� annually. Justice James A. O'Uor.
man of Bupreme    court  of New
Vork . handed down a decision
today bold ng that the section is ooa
stitutional   nd defeating the action o_
. 'I'e eoinpanles to nullify that j art ol
���  the  law.
" ' d thai it.  case will b<
; -taken to the coun p,    , ,,f ,,���
;,' ' '   '    ���',""..     ,,,   ...  umted
_t_i.-     ij  ��� in., court,
GREAT  TEMPLE  OF
SHOGUN   IS  DESTROYED
��� _   ,         __
"    .fftlft Aprl1  '     Th" '"      TugU-
; a_iIHigunates tempi,., the most tt.
; HJOUs edifice in Japan, was totally destroyed i.. flre this morning. The
loss Ig , s-.imaied at $3,000,000,
; . Though mo-t .of the priceless art
and historic trea ures wen saved, the
destruction 6. the ancient structure
wj-ieh h,is link,,! modern Japan with
the,feudal days of the  .Mirrlng "Sho-
guns" is looked upon as., national dis
nster.
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A New Pair of
Shoes Today?|
These are Busy Shoe Days
with us.
Spring
GREAT BARGAINS IN MEN'S
Sp
Sh
jg Ladies will be interested in our new lines of Patent
| Leather and Tan Oxfords.   See our windows for
SPECIAL PRICES
.'   CHICAGO   STRIKES   ARE
; SPREADING   RAPIDLY.
' Chicago, April 1.���The beginning of
,' wliai in.iv be a disastrous labor strug-
iin in .the Windy dt*�� enmc today
wlion 1500 steam enters walked out,
nnd wer,. join, d very promily hy the
eier'trl. fan's. AT'TTir same lime the
: i..���'������>   ebrk    nnd    their  omployers
r��"'i (pi', niid tin. 11H--;nr- agents f��t
ib.. Cii ilni' Union ordered a general
���trlke   broughoul ihp city.
8
Jl<:
of the Big Electric Boot.
'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
���a     D '
LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
New Westminster,1!.}.. C
IN  B.C. '.   --
 1B:
You know the value of wea^ng good clothes. Half the business
battle .s won by making the right first impres.lon. YOUNG
MEN   have  voted this ..ore  THE  STORE for natty 'clothes.     Wf
Sy .t        atte"ti0n t0 the wa"��8 of young men and alw,y* *>*<
Just the   Suit."      0ur young men,g _o.fs haye  _  pedigrre.   They
come   from   maker, that   "know how."      The twists and turns of
fashion, are all  honored-the fabric, are .mart and suit, are da."
ing. di.tinctlve and different.     $10.00, 15.00, $20,00 and $38.00.
BUT-How much figure does  the figure  on  a swell  suit cut until
you see the suit to tell the _tory7      We've your Easter suit W
.��'l.
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REID & CO.
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THE OUTFITTER-:. I
imaaMH^1 .RlO*V
1-09.
THE  DAILY  NE
Page I  .
NEW.
LADIES
SAILOR
UTS
T. H. Smith
.DREN'S
AND
M  5SES'
;TRAW. etc.
A HALF PAGE FULL OF GOOD BUYING NEWS OF SPRING WANT..
Household
Furnishin
VERY LOW-PRICM)
Ihe busy housewife is now or will -shortly be started
jjjpring cleaning. To you we have very interesting
news. Read every word of this advertisement. It
means money-saving to you that vou never thought
possible.   READ:
tkkktn4444* + +******+++++++*++++*+++++++++*++++'i+4+4++4++*++++44+++++4+++
White and Cream Madras Muslins
at 35c per yard
MADRAS AS CURTAINING MATERIAL IS GETTING MORE AND MORE POPULAR EVERY
YEAR i THEY MAKE NICE SERVICEABLE CURTAINS, OF PLEASING APPEARANCE AND WEAR
WELL. WE HAVE ABOUT 10 PIECES, WHITE AND CREAM, ONLY 36 TO 44 INCHES WIDE:
PLAIN AND TASSELED.      REGULAR 50c PER YARD, GOING FOR PER YARD 35c
65c, 75c, and 85c Colored Madras
for 50c per yard
THIS IS THE WHOLE RANGE OF OUR NEW COLORED MADRAS; ALREADY WE HAVE WORD
FROM THE MANUFACTURERS THAT ANOTHER SHIPMENT IS BEING SENT ON, AND WE HAVE
TOMAKEROOM FOR IT. THERE ARE SOME SHORT LENGTHS BUT THE AVERAGE LENGTH
ISFR0M7TO 14'YARDS. i HE COLORS ARE BEAUTIFUL. MANY HANDSOME TWO-TONE EFFECTS AND CATHEDRAL  DESIGNS.     REGULAR 65c, 75c, AND  85c.       GOING   AT.   YARD 50c
I
Some Very Handsome Sash Muslins
In Madras
WE HAVE SOME VERY HANDSOME SASH    MUSLINS    FRILLED   WITH   LOOPS   ALL     READY   TO
PUT ROD THROUGH.      PR ICES 25c, 35c AND 50c PER YARD.
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Sash Muslins at 12 l-2c yard
OVER 10 PIECES  HANDSOME SASH   MUSLINS, 30c AND 36 INCH   WIDE.      ON   SALE  AT   ..12   12c
Swiss and Bobinette at 221-2 yard
��PIECES OF FRILLED COiN SPOT MUSLIN. 50 INCHES WIDE;      3   PIECES   SWISS   MUSLIN   41  INCHES WIDE. AND _ PIECES  FRILLED  BOBINETTE, 33  INCHES  WIDE.       REGULAR  35c  AND  40c
wing for 2212c
$2.75 Lace Curtains for $1- 75
rC" ONE WEEK ONLY WE WILL SELL OUR REGULAR $2.75 CURTAIN, 3 12 YARDS LONG, NICE
PATTERN, FOR $1.75
Grant/ Showing of Art Muslins and
Crettonnes
20 PIEC-
20c YARD
5 OF NEW  ART   MUSLINS   AND   GOBLIN   ART   DRAPERIES GOING AT 8c, 10c, 15c AND
New Range of Crettonnes at 15c yard
Li"      'ENT PATTERNS IN FURNITURE CRETONNE FOR DRAPES. COST CORNERS.
^COVERS, ETC  ON SALE AT. PER YARD      '"
���Vew Art Sateens for Quilts and Drapes
5��K2K. Efts.FR0M:HEAVVSATINF'"SHE��WITH NUM"���������*
Fine Bed Pillows at $1.25 each
'J;"'" ��IT���   BEST  T,CK,NG, GOOSE FEATHER  FILLEO.   RECULAR       PR'CE     .1 50. NOW
Hemstitched Pillow Cases 20c each
S/''0 42 INCHm uiif__ ,., i.r.mR QUALITY COTTON.     REGULAR
3o-Ea.h       lHES WIDE   NICELY HEMSTITCHED, OF SUPERIOR UU*u
4^^NOW, EACH.. '      '"        M:
r,   $2.50 Hemmed Sheets for $2.00
ETS    _,_.. ,,i-r.   O0U6LESE0.    GOING FOR $2.23
��1 i,   HEMMED READY FOR USE; WILL FIT LA-GE OOM
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- of : it  Fraeer river.       ...      .      . ,
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Ar'ia hy Harold Sands, brother of'
I.o Methodlsi ��� ,n th.
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All    \\ i.-::..iti-aioi u 111    i_e .ii    iln
Sooi Ish . om vn  in Opera  Horn i
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si  tli��    Pythian    tUn.       n  evi
::. .... ���     .. lendlll '���    .     lnnos
we          Oscar, with powder, and th "''" "'"' '���''' '    ';,il   ���' snlU foi Canada in Maj in eonne-Uqa
Cascade with cement hat, thn ch In dlam with the _i-.t!ng o! th_ im.ni.itionai
Bter, and  _rl    \n ei    the second r_unell of Women,   of w.l.fe she l��
l.iuiirs:   Our oxfords an  Iii      Call for the largi -t. 19 1$ lnch-B ���!��� ��������� prtnideni
iiinls..  tin.in    They are a trifle newi ���-��� ������ ���-,- , ,
limn  uli.i;  others havi      \v   t:   sin-
oliiir ������
Bapperton la (orgluj ah ui .. . dlj
Bulldii .: i. going on In   i .. ral
and the 20-acre block al the corner of
MDolumbla street and Distiller}   -no, t.
owned bj Mr Bread, la now being aur
reyed Into city lots
The U'illiiinis Jubllle Shir, is al the
Opera lions,-, Tuesday,   _prtl 6th, tin '
1 dor ii Miiivs of Knights Ol     IV Iii.i
I! Hear them. ���*
For table decoration, and wedding
iJjOUqiiel -ii specialty. Ring _p Ti,|v.
I the Florist, I.M
No iii|inst was dei'tni il neccs.
in the rn.-.. of EC, Matau.akl, the Ja-
11 panese who waa killed on the On ai
11 Northern Railway near Townsend on
Wednesda. morning. Dr Rothwell
viewed the remains, and wa satisfied
the cause of death was accldi nl i
Hear the w illiams' Jublh e Slng<
I in ihoir plantation    melodies   nl the
Opera House Tne daj    et i ning,   _prl]
I 6th, ������
Advance tickets for the Scoti h
conoi ri. Bare aj and Adam and Ki ti
I er   of committee, **
Mr . Donuld i: i tnian, ������ ii ol a ::
('. K. K. conductor, dli d al the Royal
Columbian bo pltal ye iterda) after
noun, after a short lllnoi Deci ased,
who wns Miss Douglas, wns married
only las) year, and wns aboul twenty-
one yours of nu''. Funeral arrange
in. ins have nol yel been mkde,
Horace   Dorer   has   accepted   iii'-r
position of commercial travel lei ��nii
one at th.. largest wholesale bouses 'n
the east, nnd w.ll therefore be dl-aii''*
in-.- of tho .inlre stock of hi. J''*'1, rj
business hi this city.
Tho Princess EJna arrived ������ terd��)
morning with 160,000 fl cedar for ih"
Royal City mi I In from Bw��
and 230,000 feel of tprace tot th-- ilar
n't McDonald mill on i.ulu Island. The
spruce will be used for box maklnK
Pilot Wooster brought ihr resee) up,
drawing  li  feel forward and 11 l_
fi-.-t at ths *"rn
Edght thousand people listened to ./.
M Hamilton in New York Ut�� onf
to nv. 'ho company a rousing reoep
tion here, ���*
ii'-d. Barclay, (he comic, -^ i 11 bright
��� n the concert at thi Opera House,
April 7. *���
ti.   a- �������� ii 'tit roll foi tha ysar ims
r.ow been   completed   by assessment
.io i McQuarrie, and wiih >n
<<��� Increase In IBs I   '    on mi ol
25   ... cent and Incrsaeei from MU
j bflildlngs   Hi'- total   t   '��������� iffli "i "i11
nm to live millions, <<t nearly " mil
linn nrer last yeai     lh tAlla are nol
><������ available, an the roll hli BOI >��� I
toi died
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lhe furniture Man, Upholsterer and Undertaker
OUR    BARGAINS    IN
Sewing Machines at $30.
Matting at 1;V up.
Grass Chairs(fteavy stock), from*
$1.50 up.
BARGAINS   IN   ALL   LIN I S     AWNING    MAKING     ANQ    PIC
TURE   FMAMINU   A   SPECIALTY.
70-71 Agnea Street, opposite Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT  CAI I   Si.
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Phone  f>7
When \'"ii wain
GROCERIES
M C cream I itgn can 2 for 25i
Bl  Charles cream, large -in. _ tc   1
lei   e)  '".i'ii. 1-n.i   , ;m. 3 for 2".c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per ran ...    10c
\ bi 01 ted Jams  regttlai pi ii ������ 1.1  Loi
for       '  50c
DUTTEH,   EGGS,  and   NO.   1.   POTA
TOES  AT  LOWE .T  PRICES.
Adams&Deans
(,-ntl. rn>ni    fiur |B00    ���u*"!'"'1 '  I'm
| eather oxford Is a ilnmly     Mold
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ipbo . Friday ami Saturday, Ci ._
��� n theatre, **
The Bomber of patients in ihp i'i"
vinfiai boepiuU for the Insane dtifitiR
the past month Is shown by lh" Inl-
l<iwing -i.itorih.nl |,ii|i:.vl In Aloilical
Supertntondenl Ur c I Doherty: In
I ho.r.itai in beginning of "ttonth, Wl
mates, i.ii females; idmltted during
.nniii. 20 mnii's. '' fi m arm d
from prebatlo i,     i  il
how p o
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a males, I femali    In hi
of ftonth wales; on
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Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Pa-finyr*' Asi.r nr.s Company, London, England,
Ir not only thi old.sii atcid-Ot insurance company in the world, but
it has bocorne famous for its pr;mpt and liberal settlements, as tho
following  IMtCr will  shiv/:
A   \v   Ml LHOD .March  ll, V.<'<:>.
Afioiii 11 ilh '    t, teeagerj   Isenra
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Deal i'ii    I beg      I ' of eheelc In full payment
of   tnv   , hi,i,i  foi    ...   V'nf   WhK'; l.ui'i.'iv   la-st Whl...
playing ho< key ai Ban rt   lake.
\:n  I. in. .lair, wai only nxtx forward a few days ago, I have
niieady ro'i'lv i a - ttle vn*   i-,d thank i Bh# prompt m ���
In Which it lm-' be B dea^ with.
,(.lt,ir,l) F. RKICHRNHACII.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company Insure against accidents and sicknese of all kinds, their policlee being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting en iny railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking let me placr a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
.CLAIMS PAID, OVEr. 30.000.000
ALFRtO    W.   McLEOD'
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUME3IA ST. PHO.FIE 62.
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THE  DAILY  _.EWS.
FRlDA\
APR,
L-2,
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Follow directions ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean .simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. 2
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
Five Cents A Bar
-T OIL VESSEL IS
BLOWN TO ATOMS
Eighteen Hundred Gallons!
Of Kerosene Explode onj
Board American Schooner. I
MADE IN CANADA
Play Ball
Rubber Balls from 5c up
Lacrosse   Sticks 35c  up
Base  Balls 'Oc up
Gioves and Milts 40c up
Bats 20c  up
Masks.   Body   Protectors,   etc.
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MOREY'S
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
He the north portion 17 by 5- chains
(8 1-2 acres) of subdivision 12 and
the north portion 10 by chains (5
acres), of subdivision 13 of Lot 79,
Group 1, map 536, Now Westminster
district,
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 2720F, issued in
the names of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the .-.'lid certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
he made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   Now   Westminster, B. Ci March 22, 1009.
Marseilles, Franco, April 1.���Eight
nun wore killed and seven mortally
wounded today when the three-masted
schooner Jules Henry, from Philadelphia was blown to kindling wood by
tlie explosion of eighteen hundred
gallons of kerosene which she carried.
Tbe accident took place at this port.
So terrific was the explosion that many
small portions of the schooner were
found.
The crew consisted of l. men. The
eight dead are said to have been killed outright. Tlie seven mortally wounded were picked up by oraft that rushed
to the scene. The remaining three
were rescued and have a chance to
recover, though they also are severely injured.
Investigation this evening shows
that the exploaion followed the enhance to the tank bold of a represent-
ative of the Veritas agency and the
second officer, who were inspecting
the vessel. Among the fatally injured are the two inspectors. The injured nnd killed were blown high into
the air by the explosion, which Bhook
the entire city.
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BAKING
Clute & Sinclai
REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE BROKERS
AGENTS  FOR  THE   ROYAL  FIRE     INSURANCF     rn
LONDON   AND   LANCASHIRE LIFE A3SURANC
ENGLAND.
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AND   THE
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Thare arc many baking powders hut
There is Only One
MACiC RAKING POWDER
It i* Pure, Wholeiomc and Economical.
SOLD IN ALL SIZES.
Beg to announce that they hav(
Columbia strei v uext to Lee's .
opened an office i_ lh(  r,
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
Toronto, Oat.
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umiture   Emporium
ready for busin
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JN0. S. CLUTE,
MARSHALL   SINCLAIR
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Westminster
Transfer Co.t
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Something New!
um.e 'Phone 185.      nam   Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly   to
any part of tne city,
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
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Hand-Painted Photo
Frames.   Samples in
the window.
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BANFF ANTHRACITE COAl
JOj��PH MAYERS
.Accessor  to
Mayers 4. Preston
$����_, f,0"* 8t't root bt Sfx.K.
P. 0. Box WW, Phont 10J.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
C-   N.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE  LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.     Special matinee for
'stdis&and children, Saturdays at 2:'.U
p.m. ' ���
Commencing Monday, March 2!)..
our performance will start at 7:35
sharp. Kpeh performance runs one
hour and 30 minutes. Nothing but the
latest moving picture and illustrated
songs will be on exhibition at the Edison theatre. Music will be furnished
by the New Westminster orchestra.
I>on't fail to hear and see them.
Don't fail to see the world championship baseball series Wednesday
and Thursday.
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c
F. L. KERR, Manager.
Ro subdivision 11 of Lot 79, Group
New Westminster District;  Lots 18
4118 and 20, B| .(J.. ^ and Lot 1, Block K.
V-, being"jpart   of   Lot   i, Suburban
I Block 1V-, Ney. Wvi.t!>i!_7t\. {Ti^f -
Whereas proof of tlie loss of eertltt-'
cnto of title numb. 1.0_fA, issued in
th��? nnmos of Charlo. Frederic Sprott,
Francis l_..ta Sohou. Lucy -Christl.e
Schou, has been filed in t_S ._.__.
2*1*0 .Po. is hereby given that i shall,
'at the expiration of one niouth from
'the date of th$_ ^-\ publication here^j
ur, iif �� Sally newspaper p.-TTsT-e. ln
the city of New Westminster, ls.ue a
duplicate of the snid certiflente, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
| made to nif in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
La'hd   Registry   Office.   New   West-
' minster, B. C, March 22. 1309.
R.  WILL CROSS
CONTINENT IN  FIVE YEARS1
New Spring Goods I
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material  you   want
suits made to order.    Perfect fit
an teed.
NOTICE.
Crystal  1 heatr��
vi-. Latest tp to datk
MOVING PICTURE HOUSE
lus'    ted    song:        "San    Antonio,"
.-     .     y   Wl le. Zeska.
Who lias become quite populai  ftr
 I     .    ' .'������    sin.
Entire change of pn . am Mon a
W.iti. _ Friday.
Mn' .  ladies nn<i children, 2
,. :. p.m.      Evi nln_   pi     rm ince a
7 p.m.
A chance to a'l patrons on tea Bel
��� n , Khibltlcn tiii   week
Take notice thai r; C. W.  Preston.
of Vancouver, B. C farmer, intend to
apply to the Honorable Chlcr Commissioner  of   Lands  and  Works     for    a
twenty-one year grazing lease on   the
following described  land:    Commencing at a post on th-  east    shore   of
Zayas   Island,   Port   Simpson   district
about  a mile south of the mouth   of
Lake  creek,  thence  west acros.s    tht"
island  to the shore,  thence  following
the  shore    northerly,    easterly     and
southerly to the point of   commencement.
No.   2  lease.���Zayas    isiand,    Pert
Simpson district, starting at a post at'
the southeast corner of No.  l  lease,
thenco west across the island to   the
_.,���-_   ;!.'nnf,p    following    th"    shore
shore,  V  . ��, Mkttfrm, .,_. . .   ��� .
Sdlltherly,     easte.-ly    and     ttotfthdy
arcihtl to ihe point of commcncorn"nt.
-.   . C. W. PRESTON.
Jan. 28, 100.
Winnipeg.  April   1.--C.   S.   Douglas. '
mayor of Vnncouver,  passed  through ,
the city today.   lie stated that whi.e
��n Toronto he had an interview witn ,
nnnm  ����.��� ���_.���_���������    ��� 4
D. D. Mann, vice-president of the Ca- i
nadlnn Northern railway, who inform-1
him tbe company would have drains I
running between Vancouver and the
Atlantic within five years. Three sur
vey parties will be put on the wOr1
this coming spring.
P. O.
CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
Box 634. New Westm;
Opposite Windsor  Ho
New Sprlrr_
4 foods for |
;j Udies, ^  Gentlemen I
BOSS  OF   LOS  ANQfeLES
1
A   .(.n.!*1.. line   of   material
for
^^^^     . /    ilaildr ni>_.. costumes and suitings has j
BAFFLES ALL SOUTHS'just ftrfved.
~~~" I    We guarantee a perfect fit and fAV
���..orknianship.
Los  Angeie^,  .-Vprii   i��� Detective
police and _igh^ Vatchnwn are excif . |
today o,<-er tlin? probable  whereabcilais
��f  t_.'fc  elusive Nick  Oswald, boss of
���'���_ Tendcffloln in the days .-tore the
f former city prosecutor, "Tbrninv Wool- i
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wine,'*   closed   up   the  restricted  'lis*
j i
trict.   Oswald Is want<sd by the grand
jury, who ar.- inv-atigating alleg-d
misconduct of officials and ex-officUjls
of the city. :He is belivod to be an
important witness and every iffort Is
being  mad-; to apprehend  him.
WING   YUr��N
Kwong  On  Wo A  Co.
Columbia   and    Mcln
Pliotie 54.
Block,
nes   Sts.
P. O. Box 660. j
_ "* ���'
* _ very thing that
Fashion Approves
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The more particular you arc in the
selection of your toggery the more
ru*i.\ions nre we to make you acquainted with V. v* v ha*,*..ct.r of our stock
Everything that fashion approve-
in gentlemen's attire finds a place .���;.
our store���and many sty.es awdjfift-
tems are "exclusive with us.
\\.i.n yi u want what's _igKt in
styk% quality and prit<% you'll come
here of _ouj.se*.
CARBONADE MINEKS      ^^^
ARE ONLY ONES OUT
Fernie, li. ('., April 1.���There will
he no stoppage of work oither her.- or
at Michel. The iu._ started on a
now agreement today, having signed
the  new  agreeni.it individually,
A curious situation occurs at Oar-
bonade. The men will not accept
the agreement and the m'me is Idle
today and will be until the ir/iners
sign. About TO men are Bneofftfl
there.
Fraser Rr ver Servi
ice
Str.
Will leave
Ramona
J. EUGENE BROWN t�� CO.
272 COLUMBIA STREET
TUCSD/
at S a
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RAILW4Y COMPANY
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Paderewski May Not Play Again.,
N*|.*'   York,   April   1.���Feu,-  ib.o   I
sfi .������'���..' of piano-players' cramp   wl
Wad can i' I  him to cut short his
cert   tour  in   this  country   niigh
able him for ihe remainder of ���     ,   ...
was expressed by  Ingaoe Jar      ,-  ,
i Pader-
ewski. the noted  plahit, at      , , .._
of his departure for Bnrope    v, !,,,rday
on the Kaiser WiMi-lui de-      ,',     ������   ..*.
.   (,rosso.    1
may never return  to Ar   ..._,<,_      _|(|
Mr. Paderev ski sadly.
Easter  Holidays ��������������������������������������� >������������������������������
New Westminster for ChiUi
wack on
.Y,    THURSDAY    ANO SAT-!
URDAY.
.m.i calling at following imints:
noud, llan-.-y,  Langley, <_l��n \'ul-
(Vhonnock, Ruskln, SUverdato, Mt.
.man,    Matsqui,    Mission,    llutzic
wdney, Nicoiiieii  Island. Suiniis alio
hllllwack.    Returning   loaves   Chilliwack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 a in.    Excellent    passenger
accomodation.   lxiw.--t Freight rates,
WESTERN   STEAMIIOAT   CO.,   Lt!
R. Whitmore. Mgr.
New We-tminste:
GET YOUR SPRING BtJPT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
���It"      - I'       '  "
Horse Sho
Iteaember that entries
for the Vancouver Horse
Show positively close
April 3.   NONE RECEIVED LATER.
Windsor Hotel  Block,  P. O.
New Westminster.
Box  644,
P. O. Box 954       Phone 38
NOW
is the time you should get rid ol thai
old furniture and put in Borne new
goods.
We pay the hiiihosi possible prices
fm second-hand goods nnd we are
able to Bell you almost anything you
require in the way of furniture as well
iis 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
Just received��� a shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, ami liftht automatic machinery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.   "Man on the Wheel "
in connection with thi  above round
trip tickets will be sold al one   tngh
fare and one-third.     Tickets <m sal.- ,
April 8th to 12th Inclusive.   Good lo
return up to nnd including April 13th.
School   pupils  and   teachers   will  be!
given tickets from April 1st to 21st.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, N<'w Westminster,
or C   It  FOSTER,
As     Genl. Pass. .\gt., Vancouver.
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is
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tht
19REfjZ^HnitZ |
Look p ,er  Henry's catalogue
uid   u* ,ak_ out your order for
A  FEW LEFT
GoodKussetAppiesj
Splendid Cookei-s
$1.50 Per Box
Moody Park Store!
Comer 10th  St. and 6ti    Ave.
t Pacific  Coast
i|        Tested Seeds
IZ   Trees,' Plants, Bee Supplies, etc.
IJ    No windy agent, to annoy you.
No damage from fumigation.  No
delays of customs.
YOU "PRESS THE BUTTON,
WE DO THE REST.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTIS.
���IN���
THE       DAILY N E W 8
Westminster's Hsrtii
{ HENRY'S
| Nurseries
��� Offices,  Greenhouses  and  Seed
4    houses, 3010 Westminster  Road,
* Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver,
:
Beef, Mutton,
killed/dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   BY
The Rei
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westrni
PHONE 101.
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ApRiL
2  1909.
THE  I>AlT.T
_V }
\0txs Made TREATY MAKING POWER
Order    j I. VESTED IN IHE KING
.Al..   SKITTIN
to
.H�� LARGEST ASSORT-
t0   -
Mtotis
SOVERNiEffl APPOINTS
FALTURY INSPECTOR
_i. ���
Are Made
to Stay
A.HINEI! XELVrtST
J""M f AND DOES FIRST CLASS
r��RN Buttons     covered
Kv/order while YDU
(Opposition Airs
ances Again.
Fisheries B
Petty Griev-
Minister of
;C. R. Gordon  a ;   p. R Official, Gum
fy General Bow-
tr���W de Experience.
GALVIN
riles' and Men's Tailor
slXTa STREET.
Ottawa,
III.-   UlOVl  i
supply yei      lay,
ing those of Hoi
is the first  tin i
Brodeur tvanti
������   .-   .
moat ...
���  - till ur.   I.,,:-
���   :.  1.1131  Mr.
���'   and
���  ���   uf the
...i. '.
i M s-:?s
Cc"*-
���,'    juarrie are
UN > s��e:'al
EASTE
SALE
the opposition
fact  to air . ��� v . al
I tin- minisii r.
|      The  li:sl  t0P- ID  W   .
the making of in..,, ...   i:rod,,ur
jconti tided thai ll .   ,,  tfy t0
consult  parliami di  In .,���    g '.���,,
:���   ent  fi h. rn. thi     tn aty-
I making   power    ��� .   ,n    -.,,',,
��� King,    i'n Ier  the treai I
tions  .i lopted   .
were to be filed
subject to anj  i .   ,l(
ernm
Ing   C    :.    ���
i hit ii. u
,adies' Hats and
Millinery       t
,,-��ST STYLES.    THE   LAT-
'   SHADES        THE       LATEST
pre,    ALL    GOING   AT   A    REDUCED  PRICE.
Innor and McQuarrie
; COLUMBIA STREET.
:.���   reg-
��� ai :i
��� .
tnat
[he Arrow Press
(MS. E. M.  DOM I NY,   Prop.
to thank I ��� ustom ers
Bar patrol -���      I hopes thai t.;-
, wj.,!,.. Careful at
Km;- paid ers for job
(log    . tickets,   me-
1 1111 'll   out
shortest notlci and in the I est
i  :.  ... r lf you can
all. Ph-.-E B .6.
lhe Arrow Press
FRONT STREET.
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BUSINESS
6*y order placed with
IU irtans a satisfied cus-
I tome-*.
ODI VORK SATISFIES
BDR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rites on �� rk of any de.-
[cription or quantity   quoted
on application.
Parliament  need
illations, but thli   wou
of the national bonoi
Hi.n.  Mr.  i.
the     v.i    ;.. ech   ������ ���
li v :������ .j  !,. for    i v ���
Mr     Pugslej     ���    ill a
letti r  he  had  .-���< p.|   to  hi
!   to   the   p in   ������ ;.;, ie
The} were cautioi
':'   la sei ng  tflai    the    low.  i
prices   were secured     i       ..
glfl i i".   I  vors of hi...   kind   at    the
j hands ol ihe contractors of mere .
having dealings with the department;
iii was their duty to report it at onre
i to  the   minister  or  deputy  minister
: in order that an invc Ugatlon might
be bfld,
Mr. I.- tnleux gave notii e ol an In
crease In ihe salaries of postofflce eni-
I ployees, lietter-carriers, messengers,
porters, mall transfer agents and box
collectors In class \. are to get fl.ia
per day; grade B $2 per day; grad.-
C, $-' 25 per da. , .ra ! ��� D, $2.50 per
day; grade 1-'. $2.75 per day. .ourth
class clerk on appointment are to be
paid $300 per year with an annual In-
��� i ' ie "i $i"" per year up to $"0o. Th,.
sa aries of any fourth class clerk now
under $500 to he raised to that figure.
The Benatc yestei lay discussed the
Lancaster Level Crossing h.li. Not
much   headway   was   made.       Senator
Belque explained the amendment made
the other day. The original bill limit
'' I the train lo ten mill. a i hour
over level crossings In populous country, and the amendment lert the Question of speed to the companies, and
declared that the question oi safety
should not le- left to be determined
after an accident, but by the railway
commission b once Th* de ate was
adjourned.
1���British   Ci urn-
- has just
. Incial gov-
ral   select-
i f Vancouver tot
'      ' ���    '    v *t
Mr- Got ��� I the most cap-
aW-  i.v   inists roTince, '
"ne 0< : local mech&ni-
'   ''���'              ' r   R . which
��� .- lu     ...-al
v .. mee   ���  ���
v les, which It
wlll now |  ,rom
":-    ' nd of tin ,h,a other.
H at Mr. i t_    conOd-
' '    ���' -.v.i .     amply
shown ��� , .:                  ,.,.. 0(
: ��� plicatioi ;;,.n.      lie
��  I H once s     tm    is  . ,,. -    Tin.
appointmeni  i       ..:        |     thi   Fao
��� ���      aci of i    -
ob
Mood
Flour
IS DIFFERENT
it is
ihe
New
Flour
All
Western
Canada
Is
lnk'ivs
In
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YOKOHAMA   SHAKfcN
BY    EARTHQUAl
* ' '���  rla, Apr i '     The worst of the
ni.in;.  i arthquaki    i  at have accurred
In Vuh-iiaina g .,    m,  disaster of U
��� i-'1. s si'\. ���   quake n^'k place,
!������ flj   .'i   1   cohama, short y |..
tore*the  Bteami     Kaga  Mura,  which
.. i  tins    morning,    h tt    Japan.
There was little loss of life, one Chinese boj  being killed and a Jap and
Ilia, wife fatally Injured.
For eleven minuti s and eight seconds Yokohama's buildings siwok,
and considering thi violent and prolonged character of the d sturbaoce
it was considered that Yokohama mid
.i u.ii row escape from u great disaster.
Considerable damage was done and
reports from Tokyo, .....bu and other
I lm-. a show that much damage, though
without  loss   of   life,   occurred.     Nol l
sine,- the ir-at disaster of the Qlfu
district  in  1885, when the destruction I
was  Immense  and  2i>.noo  lives  were*
lost, had  Yokohama  been so severely i
shaken,   and   there   was   considerable
excitement  as  people  ran  from  the'
shaking houses.   The steamers In the
harbor were all severely shaken.
S
foi
We are not making this announcement for the purpose of describing the
uperio- qualities of "ROBIN HOOD" Flour. We intend you \o find them out
yourself. We want you to find them out as quickly fts possible, because we
know ior an absolute certainty that once you have tested it thoroughly you will
never use any but "ROBIN hood" Flour afterward. Thai has always boon ou.
experience, and we feel sure it will be tho sanio in Now Westminster.
i_/vr.rv!.0^ -no.te wliat wo a,v li,M11;-- We are sending our stair of "ROBIN
HOOD girls into Now Westminster to call upon every homo. They will .-all
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, apd they will give vou
some idea of what makes "ROBIN HOOD" Flour different from other ffours,' It
is the flour you should use   It will prove us superiority.
All over the Wost -ROBIN HOOD" Flour is making a tremendous impression.   Join tin* thousands of happy users.
Look for tho "ROBIN HOOD*' girls and be sure to give them an order.
Ihey will visit vou in a day or two.
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Flour Mills Company. Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
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NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
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rnson
Notices to Mariners.
The following notices to mariners
bave been Issued bj the department
of marine and fisheries: The lights
maintained to mark the swing of thp
railway bridge across tbe Fraser rl-
I ver at New Westminster, as detailed
in notiev to mariners No. 11- (209) of
1901,  will,  without  further notice, be
Daily News Block. T
New Westminster. Phone 388    X
Wn Approval
aug'hiin
EpNTAIN PEN
I^ED GEM
I^InkP-nci,
Y*>nrCkolce of
Take a itii e thai the undersigned
Intends to apply to tne hon. the com-
i: . . ���.. : of 1.11_ is for permla don to
lea ji the undermentioned lan is in
New Westminster district:
commencing at a point where the
section line ��� prolon jed) n n ��� ��� asi
and west between sections seven (7)
and eighteen iis>. Intersects the westerly boundary of lot 505, group two
(2), NYw Westminster district; thence
westerly 100 f<'��'t. thence southerly and
easterly parallel to ine westerly and
southerly boundary of the .-aid lot
505 to the centre line (prolonged) running north and south tnoniKh section
eight (8), township ons (1), N'iw
Westminster   district:   thence   sonth
altered so as to conform to the sys
ten     adopted     for    niarkliiKjai!way   ,..  ., ,   ^^ ,,Iistf,rlv pRraHel wlth
the   Bald    south.-rly   boundary   of   ths
swings throughout Canada,   The new
arrangement is as follows: A white
light Is Shown at each end of the
.wing prott-ctloii, and a white 'Rht on
each side of the navigable chanm 1.
The draw Is BUrmOuUted by a lantern
showing a red light up and down the
Channel when the pa.-sag,. is closed
and gr.cn when the swing is open.
The -sif-rnal to be given hy a  steamer
said lot 506 to a point Immediately
south of the point wnere the centre
line <prolongedi running easi or west
through   section   ten  (10),   Intersects
lilgh-wa'er mark; thence north along
the we terly boundary of said lot .",0.r>
to the point yhere said centre lin. or
section lii (10) intersects high-water
mark;   thence westerly and northerly
JK-fi-xaa_
Intersects the before mentioned lUtb
parallel of north latitude; then following the said south, rly boundary ol loi
50i. group two (2), io the pplni oi
commencement, coma in inc. i.\ cstinia
tion two    niindifd    and    rorty acre
mo: !��� or less.
Dated al  Whin.  Rock,  B.  C, this
82nd day ol  February, 1800.
HENRY T. THRU-'
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April is: the steamer
Transfer   will   leave    Brackman-Ker
wharf  every   w^ek  day   afternoon, except  Saturday, at  '.',  p.m.  for  Ladner,
W.-stham Island and way ports.      Bat
urday  at  2  p.m.,   returning    to  Mew
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS   TO   STEVESTON   TUESDAYS
AND   8ATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham l.ian i
������very wek day morning, except r'ri-
day. at "a.m.. and Ladner 7 41 a.m.
Friday leaves WmUMOI island 6 a.m.
and Ladner at 'i l"> a.m.
Additional    trip    Monday    morning.
M
to hav,. the draw opened Is thn*. long f onp             southerly    and    westerly I leaving New Wettndn_ter nt ". a.m.
blasts of the whistle    Bridges   con*Uoundarj line of said lot BOS to the     This schedule   subject    to change
taining  draw  spans hav.- be.n    con- ,   int Q, b,.cinnini;  eontaining -y <-tl
Btructed  by the Great Northern over n,r,.|0- ,.,, ierM ra0re or less.
the   Xicotnekel     riter    and     another 1)(..,.    .  v.'iii;.> Rock. Ft   (.'.. F*< ri-
stream  in  the district of N>w  West e. v.*. LBESON,
I minster,  liritish  Columbia   The open- n{r.\'!l. y  THRIFT. .Agent.
Mng for boats is marked  il nlghi by a _________	
white light on each side of thi   n.iv
Igable  channel,  and  the draw  I-  remounted by a lantern showing a rod
light up and down the channrl when
NEW
i
the passage is closed, and green when
the swing is open
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WZ'i:-.; ,tk,
STRIKE   TALK   IS
PREVALENT   AT  WINNIPEG
Winnipeg.  April  I.���Grant Hall returned from Montreal today an I
the   company  stands   for  s    ���
schedule, east and we I    Th ��� fi"
j Joined the mechanics In    l"1-'   '
today,   strike talk is prevalent everj
where.
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
without noti -
For fndgh' and  p ral       v
ply to
ROIIKKT   IMtDINK,
M*nae"r.
Grand Trunk Ry.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER ANI) NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutarturpr. <m./ /'�����_>���� in Att Kina    nt
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Moulding*,   Sa_h,   Door*,
f
Interior Kiniah,     I urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Gla��*.
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Slock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12 New Westminster
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District  of  Surrey.
Til .      that Henry   T.   i
foi     . ���   i...   nn to
��� . bag    ��� !*crl i"'i i ind:
Coii.tii'-ucin. at a port pUntt-d  *
tn.-. .  itherty bonmury   o<   lo.
.    N-w Westmlns
CtS     th>-    quar'.-T   -->rnr.r.
linp. j rolonged,    running    nor'h and
- vgh section two  t_i.      ���
Iheace tooth IM
:-t 160 rod_:   thence no
_ poi.-    ��� '���   <" '   "OBtli of :h-   .������
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Excellent Train Service Befweei
Clvrago, London,
Hamilton, Torv>-ii��;,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
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0*1.1. ""iHtlg bid,..
Greek Cabinet in a Huff.
Aniens, April L���The Greek cabinet.
Of which G. N  Theotnkls WS        *
has   resigned   to   proi
action or the King, who
deputation of cltlsi ns contrs
Bovernmenfs   wish, .    ,h .,���,, .o,,-,, ���. ,,���,,. ,��� .���,,,
��� i the  point,  when,  the sciiKln-rly
Ar.'i all th. principal business centers of
ARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCFi.
the ice .lee to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
said    oi.vierv     .n.    fUII.ADELPfflA, via  kliagara Falls.
"���i*.   -:-.,,,  iwie  [th    .   i For Timp Tables, etc.. address
north of the  19th i aral- qeo. w. VAt.x,,
���: . : ist  to
>   ���_ i K2 rods .ii:-niiu
-id  19 h parallel
ought  lhe 'l   missal of the
Mink
of customs on
in tbe custom   l itrlce
Bccounl ofl
lary  of lot DO",  group two  ff)
Assistant Cm'] .aasenK-r nnd Ticket
A(,ent. 138 Adams St.. Chicairo. 111.
ivlAKE YOUR APl-tAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper.
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Trust; Block, Front St., New Westminster
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An Unsolicited Tribute
A  local real estate man p
a classified   ad.   in the   Daily
.News on Monday, and has re-
!���   ceived so many replies, from lo
| ���   to 30 i-ach day, that he called
!���   at this office yesterday to State
+    the fuel and to make a regular
THESE SUNNY DAYS AND
A SET OF
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Gilray
Curtain
Stretchers
are     necessary   to     make   your
curtains  look   like  new.
We have two kinds and will
be pleased to have you call and
inspect them.
advertising contract with
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|:MANY ATTEND FUNERAL
OF POPULAR CONDUCTOR
THE
I Anderson &
Lusby
Street  Railwaymen Follow Remains of
J. S.  Rainey to Grave���Numerous
Floral Tributes Received.
Columbia Street
++++++++++++4
Public Supply Store 	
is simply selling" out ^   2_* IN /\ " ���
their Crockery and       TH,S WEEK 0NLY
Glassware at a big;
reduction.
        Ihe Pearson Electric Co.
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
you will certainly |p
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
The funeral of the late   .iam�� > s.
| Rainey,  who was  fatally    injured on
the Interurban line at Collingwood on
Monday,   look   place  yesterday   afternoon, there being a largo gathering at
the graveside.     The remains were in-
| terred al    the   oddfellows' cemetery,
| close by those of the motorm<-n who
{were killed in tho wreck at Gladstone
| on \o\.'in. er T.
I     A lengthy service was held  at  thi
GAS AND GASOLINE MANTELS AT  resldence    '"'    lht>    deceased,    Tenth]
LESS TJl \.\ COST I street and Fifth avenue, conducted hy
I Rev. Mr. Thompson, of Nanaimo.   Ap-
  jproprlate hymns were sung and pray-
s off. red. Consequently the comni :
I ta] service wus of a hri.-f character.
The two locals of the Streei  Rail-
I \va\ men'.   Union   at    Vancouver ai.d
(Successors to T. Mowbrey Westminster wer,. largely represeu;
Klectric Works)
Opposite Posto#ice.
In order that as many as possible ol
the m.'n  could get  away,    the  work
| trains were suspended and all double-
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,I headers taken off.      There was also a
large contingent from the car shops
under Foreman Driscoll. About -0
members  from Vancouver Pioneer di-
RONE 331.
Pianos
Organs
our reduced prices. Talk-ng Machine8
These household necessaries will never
be bought cheaper
or'better anywhere
than at the
PUNIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
P. O. BOX 928 J vision  attended; and about    100 men
[ from the various sections of the loea:
division, No. 1.14.     The officers of the
loicnl  division  present were.L.  Grimmer, president; R. Gourley, vice-pre.*)-
dent,  and  A.  Allen,  secretary.       ihe
officials of the company were  represented by D. J. McQuarrie, local manager, and David J. Stewart, manager
of the Lulu island branch.
The pallbearers were Conductor. W.
i Victor and  Edison) j Johnston, W. tl. Alcock and O. Ostrom,
AND all the LATEST RECORDS! Motormen G. McArthur, u. McLennan
_____ 'and Clarke Eilis.
q . m.       |  . The    floral .tributes    included the
dewing Machines    [following: Sprays,Samuel Brown,Mr*.
(Singer and Wheeler &. Wilson)
nd
Smither, A.    P.    Halladay,   M
[Mrs. A. .1. Merer, Mrs. A. Wilson . ��\
ALL  THE   LATEST   SHEET   MUSIC j May. Mr,  aiiJ .Mrs. A. J Gordon, M.-. "
  'and   Mr-.   <;.    Neuman,   "Gertrude,"
We   have  them  ail   at  prices to suit: Miss Elisabeth Pope, Mr. and Mrs. I>.
everyone. | Archibald,  K.   _  C. Smither,  .\ir. and
  ; Mrs. D.  Lillie--. Mr. and    Mrs.  VY.  K.
J   II   T^JJ��_   11!-   Il.._t_   II     _     McLeod,  .Mr.  and Mrs. Tidy, Mis--  Al-
. H, Toads Big Music House!����*, miss _. Davis. Mr. and Mrs
COLUMBIA STIJPET.
THE
ALEX. MATHES0N
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGIST6.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
George Mead, Mr. and Mrs Jno. Mclntyre, it. Marshall, Mr. and Mr-. He
ters, Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Kerr, Capt
[and Mr.-. Wood. Mr. and -Mrs. T. Ball,
j Mr, and Mrs. C. Howay, Mr. and .Mr...
A. Wlntemute; heart, Mr. and -Mrs.
' Mc.Mull. n i Vancouver); wreaths. Fellow Workers, Ticket, and Freight Office (Vancouver), Mr. and Mrs. n J.
McQuarrie, Pioneer Division 101 (Vancouver), Car shops (Westminster),
Montelth and Grimmer, Lulu Island
Branch B. C. B. R., Mr. and Mrs. J, I.
Madden; crescents, W. E. Dunlo;i and
family, widow and family; crosses, Mr.
and Mrs, D. A. Shiles. Mr. and Mr* S.
Gregory, it. li. Sperling and F it
Glover, Mr. and Mrs. a. I). M< Rae
gates ajar. Employees' Union. ,.o. ,4.
' iVesfminster), anchor, Miss Lillie,
D turchle efficiently conducted -h.-
arrftngements.
Boot and Shoe Store    J.   HENLEY
in-t   i
.'k of
v  vl       '1   'l
111'W
Spring Shoes
FOR  LADIES  AND
GENTLEMEN
"ff wm are looking for something attractive in this line for Easter wear
tali in and Inspect oui stock.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight ��tr:ct
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C-
���������  _
Harry BeresfOrd's Ultra-Politeness.
Hani Beresford, the quaint comedian appearing this  eason  n Uu greai
; New Vori< and London success is noted for ids quiei droll wit, as well as
for his ultra-politeness. One daj wh la
; in n hurrj on Broadway, New York,
lie bumped his eye Into an umbn Ha
carried carelessly by a young lady.
"Pardon mo.'' sh.. said, and raising
I; hat hi. replied quits civilly. 'Don i
mention it��� l bave another ey< left!"
Al ihe Opera House on April 17
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l
ALEX. MATHESON
Boot and Shoe Store
COLUMBIA STREET.
That Fire Gong
Means something���it means that ton..body is suffering what you may
surfer .my day���loss of property |)y firer      The8e |0sseB aro unavoidable, but where protection is arnpl. the loss may not be ..It.
Can you afford to carry your own |ol(7      Few can.      See us today
and talk the matter over.
i
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
WNcora F. J. Hart &: Co. Ltd.- ���i���
New Wwtminiter. B. C,
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New Spring
Coats
MEETING WITH IMMENSE
SUCCESS
We refer now to a rang'e of New Spring Coats rang-
ing in price from $7.7.5 to $15, made in the new
straight-line effect, semi-fitting and tight-fitting
styles, plain-tailored and self-strapped, button-
trimmed, in the latest striped and plain coverts,
checks, 24 to 32-inch lengths.
4++++++++++++44**444444444w4++++44 + +++++ + + + +++++++ + *++++++++4 VmHtHmn
A Large Assortment of
New Net Waists
Waists which are meeting with
great favor. They are niade of
black, white and ecru net, sill;
lln'-d. Ni-t- are plain, sprigged
and filet style; also the popular
colored ring spot effects. Prices
range from $-r..2.j to $_">.7fi eftCh.
Ask to see them in the ready-to-
wear section.
Opening the Spring Season
With an Excellent Range
of Lisle Hosiery
We place before our customers
ths largest and most complete
range of spring hosiery we have
eVer showti. We have made our
own importation? direct from German and English manufacturers
and offer hosiery buyers stool.lnps
at prices which .-how the advantages of such buying. See our
special showing today in th-> hosiery  section.
New Tinsel and
Fancy Silk Beltings
Persian effect, tinsil and gold ini\-
luies; plain corded and fancy
silk Beltings in 1 1-2 to 2 1-2 Inch
widths, with a big assortment oi
Buckles available to select n Style
suitable to use with belt lengths
chosen.
Boys' and Girls
Buster Bel _
n'liltp, black and colored
Buster belts    now  in    stork in all
sizes.
Ladies' New Easter
Neckwear
i pieces of fri.linn In chiffon tv
.md    muslin;    all    colors;    Lace
Stocks. Net Collars, Tulle C
of every description;    plain
embroidered   Linen   Collar-.
fart almost every popular stj
now being shown in the Nedrw
vrtion.      We Invite you  to *���
the display now set forth
Almost a Complete
New Range of
Easter Hats]
Bel forth in our spacious Mil
show   rooms.      Dozens  Of newi)
trimmed models have been
ready for the special  ElaSp
which is nixing tbe staff ol '
department to the utniosi     Manj
new varieties of Flounce-   llra'd*-,
Ornaments,    Ribbons, havi
conic to  hand.       New   ilia
here    in    a    choi ��� !"
Styles.      Make your Relet,on now
and    we    Will    see      I llli I    )*OU   !
vour hat for Easter.
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
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