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,N8URANCE
WHITE- SKILES & CO.
"\!|W WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
XO Columbia St.   Phone 85.
| LAKE POWER
IS m ASSURED
^ on Big  Undertaking
I jlade Possible By Securing
L $2,500,000 Capital,
II,o mill*:' '
.:   tbi
sin
I thousand
Stave Lake
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C,  TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 6. 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER Y.
�������*"���" GARREfI ���S
T\
Trip to California or Calgary
Promised-West Enders to Foll
Have Strong Team.
SEAT AI COUNCIL BOARD
.,,-, underwrit-
.
ma
Lr compan:
'    ..-:��� - Wiiiv. work
, j power un-
'       . .        uke falls will be
*'/; ion   of .i  la-rge
iv now at work,
I' i, inontli- the com-
i  Ing    power  In
"".;,.,-;,.-.    ' | Vancouver
!_, announcement of great Import
|-;       .      mterest. of the low-
the    people of
'   .   .j Si*  Westminster and
i   .  .     ...    ,  was    mad,- yes-
lirmorlng '������:���    William  McNeill,
0f  t*]e Stave   Lake Power
��ih, :-.-iurne,l    on   Sunday
Hontreal, *._ re he spent some
ju in completing the financial ar>
|Ut Mr, McNeill's trip was a sue-
^ one   In everj    sense of    the
j my be gathered from th.  fact
It|d the arrangements made h. has
iwhat no other western man has
L ,���..���, ;, le   .   do���interi st large
Item Canadian i apltal in   western
krtakin.F of the character of the
It. Lak* Power Company's  work.
I< j. probably the Bret large ent.r-
fce. ojtside ol mining, that has been
.fully floated   in   eastern   Cantor British   Columbia.     In the
���j:..'.call; all the large eastern
\.it    capital lias  sought and  ���-*-
mvestim'nt In    Mexico, Cuba,
ftto Rica and the various countri.-s
|feu:li America     Millions    have
I poured Into those countries, and
ft ill,- returns have been large, lt
i k"_ ,i manor of great concern
��npet tbat this capita] was not
lla tht development ol the great
��-' ������������     The tide    has now
Continued on Page Six.)
ASSERTIONS
FRENCH WORKMEN
-'crt> of Stat. Employees to  Make
foWon Cause  With  Trades
Unionists.
���'''* Ml ���'.- ti    newspapera ot
f'**8how "eiiuii,,    . arm at  lhe  viO-
pWctw of gpeechi - delivered al
workmen's meeting  held  in  this
WBterdsy undi    the auspices of
l����lutlontfrj , .,.,������ to f<)1..
p����plan of campaign against the
ram'    T1"     '"v  principallv
rr*':"""- ": ���    section "f
Ir^P'oyee.   t0     iak(    ,,,���������������
,, ",'h ':' unionists, and
.*"'-' rrel  eotnini-
Ul opinion ,
priUfj   lh
I)    becoming
i
'l;" bloodj [_      .,..
I     ������:  1 leof
ii''"'   "a     "''     proletariat
���Vi    ti. le
'��,���,. '""' work    in the
l'l  Jl   U *__*   i
ilarlv ,,. '    ���' i as ���  |,,,,'ii-
��alarming
declare, at thi
I      . vllOI)   is   illl
The outlook for intermediate lacrosse In Westmin ..,,.,,. ,a
brlghi and rosy, if the enthusiasm
displayed at ihe annual meeting of
the West End Intermediate club yesterday ean be taken ��� criterion,
about thirty member, attending, ev-
ery on,, of them full of hope for the
season of 1909.
Jaunt for the Boys.
Sid Malcolmson, last year's manager of ih.- Intermediate Lacrosse association, in the eourse of a speech intimated that a trip for the hoys was
assured this year. N.������,., _ ���,���, have
been pending for aome time for a
jaunt to California in June, and there
is every probability mat this will be-
come an accomplished facl In tin-
event, however, of thl? falling through,
the boys an? assured of i trip as tyir
as Calgary, a series of names being
play, il en route against Nelson. Armstrong. Vernon, Kelowna. Revelstoke,
and other interior towns, the tour
winding up with a Berle_ of mimes
against Calgary- and pro ably Wetaa-
kiwin and Edmonton. The expenses
of the trip .will be met by suhscrip-
lions among tbe business men of this
city.
Matches   Against   Vancouver.
Kvery Thursday on which no city
league schedule game takes place will
��>e occupied with home and home
games against Vancouver, that city
having good material for intermediate
teams this year as a result of the ban
which will be placed on all seniors by
the B. C. A. A. U.
The medals won by the West End
boys last year win _<��� presented to,
the champions at a public meeting in
the near future, probably bj R< V. 1 S
TTeniler=on.
Twenty Players Signed.
About twenty players have already
signed on to play with the Wesi End.
which will not fall far short ,,f Rs old-
time strength, as only two of its players, the Spring brothers, will be trans-
toned to senior ranks.
Intermediate lacTOfete games will he
more Interesting this season than last,
as it is probable the Reglnas will be
-tr- ngthened by a majority of the Sapperton players, that club being on the
verge of disbanding
Officers Elected,
The following officers were elected:
Hon. president, John Chappell; president, James (Pat) Feeney; viccpresl
dent, Alex. David.son, Capt. No. 2 flre
hall; second vice-pr.side_,*, D, A. Mar.
shall; secretary-treasurer, . D. E.
Munn; executive conimitt,... Gordon
Spring. Hubert Oalbraitli, E. Warwick.
Delegates to City intermediate league,
II. Oalbiaith. J. Eeeney; alt. mate. D.
K. .Munn Manager S. Rondo. The
captain will be selected latei
DIVINITY   STUDENTS   MAY
STRIKE  AT  PRINCETON
Mew Fork, April 5, The differences
which have existed between Dr. Francis L Patton, pre Idem ol the Prince-
ows Ruling of Executive Council    Important General
Local Improvement By-Law Introduced    Letters Received Acknowledging Resolutions of Thanks
For the Fruhling Dredge.
GIRL WHO KILLED       SALE Of RUPERflJIS
BROTHER IS fRf_   TAKES PLACf y. MAY
Esther Mitchell Paroled By Date  of    Most   Important
lh.- meeting oi the City Council lan the vote 0| thanks passed bim tor his
evening dealt with a number of mat- j aaalBtance, to the mayor, He Bald In
rhe resignation of Alderman part: ������] appreciate verj much the
Garrett was received. The court of'kindly BonUmeni expressed in the res-
revislon on the assessment roll, whlo). olutlon, and can assure you thai l
has now been completed, was fixed'win always be prepared to do what I
for May   12.      Some  time  was  spent   ean in the Interest of bo Important a
on  the  new  local  Improvement  gen- part of the province as that I derlng
er*> b>",aw on the Fraser river."
Resignation  of Alderman. Hon.   William   Pugsley    wrote;       "I
Alderman Garrett wrote resigning sincere!) trust that your expectations
his position as alderman, In view ol will be fully realised In the Improve-
the ruling of the provincial govern- ments o. the Fraser river, and the do-
ment that be could not hold his office Meopmeni of trade which will resull
as a civil servant and remain in civic therefrom."
activities. Robert Jardine wrote:      ��������� hav,. to
i,T' "i*"-'���: As much ,v i regret Uiank you for your favor <>r ;h<> ���_11ti
bavin- to do so, i am compelled b_ ""- conveying the thanks of the coun-
circumstances to resign my iiosition <"ii for services rendered In connec-
as alderman, it ha- be n a pleasure I tl��n with the procuring of tin Pruh-
to me during the pa 1 three years and lin" <lr' '.-'��� -which I may say wa* un-
a quarter to Berve the people in this looked lor and unexpected, i can
capacity, and while I am for personal'!asBure you thai I shall always fee) it
reasons compelled at the present tinie '".v duty as a citizen of the Royal City
to vacate my seat, I shall look back I(> do anything I can to forward not
with pride that I have s.rv.-d the pub- jonly the interests of ihe city, but the
lie to th.- best of my ability, and shall ,district as well."
look forward to the time when I shall i     The series of letters wer,. received
again offer niy services to the people   nnd filed,
us    alderman.     Accept    this    as my j Hindus  in   Hospital.
resignation and convey-to his worship i Hon. \v. Templeman wrote with
the mayo; and aldermen my thanks , reference to the complaint of the city
for    man.    courtesies.     with    beBt [of maintaining Hindu patients at the
Wishes  l'or a  peaceful and pr08pefOU_ ��� "Royal   Columbian     hospital,   that   be
I had    received a letter   from Hi,- Mln-
year.
Aid. Jardine moved that lhe communication should be received. He
remarked that the mayor and alder-
men would regret that Aid. tiarrett
had found it necessary to vacate his
seat in the Council. Although tbey
did not at all times agree, yet they
worked harmoniously around that
board.
All   Johnston seconded.
The mayor said that while ih<* adder-
dan and be had not always agreed,
still he btdleved Aid. Garrett was acting , on.-, i ntiously in the best Interests of the city from his viewpoint.
It was unfortunate at that time to
have to disturb the condition of affairs, by an alderman having to leave
his seat. He concluded by wishing
Aid. Garrett all the prof-perlty' that he
Was entitled to in the duties he hart
to perform.
The resolution then carried.     A by-
election Will be held this month.
Thanks for Fruhling Dredge.
A number of letters of thanks Were
received for the resolution poised hy
the Council with regard to the Fruhling dredge.
Hon. w. Templeman wrote with
reference to the Fruhling dredge, and
ister of the Interior in which he said:
"Upon referring the matter to the
superintendent of immigration l And
that it would not be proper for the department tu assume responsibility tor
the Hindu patients, as these case-;
were not   placed    In    ihe hospital  by
the authority of the department, and
if they had been reported to the officials of the department at the time Ol
entry as ihey should hav,. been, arrangements would then have been
H'.ade for deportation of the panics In
question." '
The letter w*as referred to the
health committee to report
House   Numbering.
The special committee appointed to
deal with bouse numbering recom
mended thai the sum of $160 be bald
on account The mayor asked what
progress had been made with the
woi'l- and Aid. Gtray said Mr. Purdy
had the work well In hand, and it
would be completed by the contract
tiiiie, April 15. The naming of th��*
balance of the streets was waiting ti11
the assessment commissioner was
free,  but   Ibis    would    not  take  long
(Continued  on   Page Seven.)
^HlM
mn Theological .seminal>. ami the undergraduates    culminated    yesterday.
Resolutions were adopted by the BtU-
AUT0 Chasers jdenis. and ihe ultima:um i- sei forth
MAKE GOOD FIRST  DAY'1"'"1  eitl"'''  **'  Vmm '" l�� '"'  ^^
Vl
** Y.,,-l.
P '������������'���    ���-     Tn
l     us main
io provide ii more modern curriculum
or the entire student body will resign.
nl killing oi poo-
running
ip.'.'d
"Imlnated y'ei ��� ma
Mcli,   ." V'd tliroug.
��';.':���   reckl
ft Qua,,,
H streets
n..io��;,
- <t la
��� ch
B|i_ham, ti,,,.,'
i,>   Polloe
mount
^ motor i
���.aufr,,  an me. sixty
'��������.*. r,
^tllng the sue
Milk
Chicago
I"1"" ���a-.,',,, j.".'1       fifteen  i.und
Wa9on D,,
��rs May Strike.
,_��. ""hi p. i ,
num-
P^w^liih    ' mBtera threat-
!'^n   '""'  "f Chicago strik-
hN..���,ln;.���"������'"���".   fail to gram
Rents  Gun  to   End   Life.
Qrand  Junction,    Colo..  April
Re-ting    ii   doiible-li.irn-l.'il    shotgun,
rehtefl  for the occasion, between blfl
legs and pulling the triggei  with ins
tod, F.  M.  Mcllioy. a Wyoming '
belli..,', out of work, blew ot I"'- h""1
today.      In accordance with I ��n"
iract. let some months a.'. the county undertakers will receive one ml -
Month of a cent for preparing his booy
for burial.
Th
for
1
an
Increase In
" "Wee,,    the
fc^el.ApH'1     Sofarth.
1
lo
ign a  new
,!^��v 'or an increase
KOBBtHS PLANNED TO
SEIZE $600,000 IN SPECIE
Plr.'     .and  of  Twenty five   is
Arrested
llnku     R ���    '���'���    M"'il   ''.-A
,euii'iiioi i i- failed by the narrowefli ,
of margin?  yesterday  to carry out aj
MANY  NAMES PLACED
ON VOTERS' LIST
yesterday was the lust day  for re
|ceivlng claims for registration <n  vo
ters, and placing objections to those
Russian Revolutionists Fan in Daring already on th.- list, under the provincial elections act.    The    number   of
lalms for the city run to aboui  ,
Delta 130, and Dewdn.) 80,   Tie  Con
gi i native   lodged city objections, nearly all i-i-mo. iis from   the < It)   ii. ire
band oi  than six months, 'l'he coun ol revsllon
will  be held for the thr <���   electoral
districts on  May  3 text.    The office
w.i ��� k.pt op,,  lil  late Tor l,e.{i;..,|  ap
plications.
rul'i a ranged
on  board
plan to sei/e  the
a slealner In tin
ea
i, ensure
Caspian   sea,  and   make their  escape
jnto CaucaBi u
The steamer Czarevitch, with |600,-|
  In sp.cie on board, was about to
.aii from Kransnovodsk yesterday
When the Georgian band, consisting of
twenty-five armed men under the leadership of l-i'-ut. Mashillarlbzo, an
officer of the reserve, was discovered
anil arrested.     It had been the fn ten-
THOUSANDS  ATTEND  THE
CONFERENCE OF  MORMONS
Salt Lajie City. . .prii 6. Kvery
western state and territory, Canada
and Mexico, have'contributed citisens
���    the gnat crowd  attending the sev-
enty-ninth conference of the Mormon
. irch,  wJJJch opened In ra yesterday.
Tlie   thousands   In   tha   inhernacle   al
,i,,n ot the band to overpower the crew
.... . ,  ., ,   lie moi nine service ; were of many ut!
rob the treasure-room, and land |
With the told on the sparsely inhab
[ted Caucasian coa.st. The Czarevitch
proi ded aff-r a delay of five hours.
Woodworks*.  Expelled from Union.
Chicago l'1' Young Man in Trouble.
Chicago. April r,.-Tlio ^ ^      - ^^ man ^^ R ^ fifJ|  w
eratlon of Labor 1111- ew .W()rk.  hv. .,..<.��� engaged  on survey parties
locals of the Auiu'g^''"'^ ^ |g wft. hrOUKht ���p ypsrtprdBJP at ^ ci,
,rs' Union.      The    ores ��� ^ ^^   ^^ ^urt  ^ r-man(1o<1 ti)| tornor
the outcome of a IM"- W * ^ m4   _om -h,arRPd with  pn.=sing   a    bogn
diction between the WOOO ^   ww  rheqne   made out on    the    Canadian
Uie carpenters.    In WW <                Commerce.    The iKiIice Will
charged thai  .mien -'''" ' ;, , on j iave tw0 complaints to lav when th. It had been burnt,    rhe case was
<*����l'��"ltaken    the   place   of   ' fc co���ap a��  '** April 10 for further bearing.
"    :  "",k"     Utfike,
tionaltties and  all
s,nted.
r.'.-i^
. re  iipie
A Serious Charge.
J. H. Woods, of Pot Moody, was
brought up In th. dlBtrlct court yesterday charged With tampering with
the mail. Some time ago the defend-
ent accepted a registered letter, and
dgaed for it. The postal authorities
found later Unit the letter had been
wrongly  delivered,    it  ^>s admitted
Superintendent of Steila-
coom-Holy Roller Victim
Seattle,   April   .    Ksthei     Mitch.U,
'     ll   ai  inline  ill   the  till.Ml, r of "Josh
ua" Creffield and the killing of   bet
roi i. ,   Oeorge    Mit, hell,    who
shot the "Holy Roller' leader, has
been paroled from tha Stetlacoom asylum She was taken to Oregon by
O. V. Hurt, who suffered more than
any oilier man from the Creffield
teachings, and whus.. daughter married the Holy  Holler agitator.
Superintendent A. P, Calhoun, of
the Stetlacoom   asylum   granted the
parole   for   Mi^s     Mitchell,     with   the
approval . he said today, of the ptOBe
lining  attorney  of  King   county   and
Superior Court .ludg,   A. \y   Krate,
One of the stipulation    in the parol,
is thai    Miss   Mitchell   shall |	
turned to the Stetlacoom asylum II
she shows any symptoms of a return
Of  her malady.
Influenced by -MoshtUU.     *""""*
Esther Mitchell was one ot Fruns
Bdmund Creffield s followers in the
Holy Rollers camps of Oregon, Where
Creffield was haiM as ".Toalnui." and
^ie new saviour of tho world. She
was an Intimate friend of Maud Hurt.
Who subsequently married Creffield
and came with him to Seattle. Because of C-vftVld's Influence over hi-*
sister and the practices reported in
the Holy Roller camp, Oeorge Mitchell
resolved to free his sister and the
other Holy Rollers by killing "Joshua."
Mitchell Killed Creffled.
Mitchell followed Cr.ffiehl to Beat-
tie, where the Holy Roller leader was
hiding In an obscure lodging bouse and
where he was planning to estahiisn n
new camp in Southeastern Seattle.
Creffi.ld and bis wife stnried early
one morning in July, 1900, to liny
Mrs. Creffield a new skirt. They
were met on First avenue near Cherry
street by Mitchell and Creffield was
killed by the Infuriated brother
Story of Murder.
After a sensational trial dining
which Esther Mitchell was called to
testify, Oeorge Mitchell was acquit
ted. Mitchell, bis brother, and lath
er, attempted in vain io reconoili
Esther lo the remainder of the fnm
il\, but she persisted in the belief
thai Miv Creffield held, that "Joshua
would arise from the grave and rejoin
them.
Finally    Oeorge    Mitchell    and  Ids
family despaired of reconciling Esths
and the two brothers prepared to
leave for Portland. Esther seni word
thai she would see them at the depol
and joined the family there, A
Oeorge walked ahead toward ibe train
Ksther and her brother followed. Slid
d.'iily lhe girl il'Cw a gnu and killed
George.
Esther was promptly arrested and
Mrs. Creffield W���� picked up on 'her
way back  from    the cemetery.    Mrs
Creffield subsequently died in the
county jail under circumstances that
Indicated poisoning and Bsthi r Milch
,11 was sent to the a ylum.
CHICAGO  GETS $1,000,000
FROM   STREET  HAILWAY
Chicago, Vprll .",. Chicago will bi
��nriched   thla   _*ek   b)    mor.. than
11,000,000  as  a   ri suli   ol   lis   piiifi..'
-hip  with  the Chicago on,   Rail ���> 13
Company.     The money will repre eni
:,', per Cent, of the net earnings of the
two surface lines, a sum to which the
municipality     l      entitled     under   the
traction ordinances,
The money mu��( br paid to ih,. dty
on or befor. nexl Saturday and will
Include all sum due for th, llscal
war ending January ;ll  Inst.
Real Estate Transaction of
Years Decided Upon.
\... couver,     April
Th,
Imi:
awaited definite announcement of the
sale of    Prince  Rupert    townsite   lots
*    thla morning bj C  iv Rand,
who In accordance with an agreement
reach 1 5 the provincial government
and General Manuger Chamberlain ,,f
the Grand Trunk Pacific, has been ap-
polnted   exclusive  san's  agent,   acting
for both companj and government.
The sale will b,> held in Vancouvei
This is positive and definite and di_>
po   s of all rumors to the effect that
it was to be held at Victoria or Prince
���Kin-en.      The  sale Will be  hy  puhiic
auction, Put   a   reasonable   reserve
price w ill be put on every parcel.
The sale will commence in Vancouver on Tuesday. May ... and will continue throughout ihe week. Including
Saturday The agreement between th*
government and the <.. T. P. provides
ii.u each win offer an aqua] number
. I lots, between 1000 and 1200. making a total of between .000 and IfOO
lots to rn> sold at this first sale, and it
further provides that so far as possi-
Me Iota In* every block in the townsite
win bo offered; both in the bttslneM
and residential districts.
The terms agreed upon provide foi
a cash payment of on. quarter of the
pure has. price, the balance In on-.
two and three years, in equal p.}"-
menis, with    Interest ,.(    g p(>.   cent
Provision for payment of the whole
amouni at any time, with Interest to
date of payment, will in  ill probability
be arranged. Agreements win be ex.
ecu ted Immediately on the payment ci
the n-st Instalment and purohamra
will then b,> free   to take possession
and go ahead wiih their building ai
ningeme.it.--.
In making the announcement ths
tnorniny. Mr     Rand - tated    that It i-
(Continued on Page Three )
TALLEST MAN IN PROVINCE
MAY EXHIBIT AT A.-Y.-P. FAIR
Curious Gaze    After    Bert    Holbrook,
Who  stands  7  Feet  8 Inches ���
Wants S Manager.
Ber) Holbrook, who claims to be the
tail, -t man iu British Columbia today, pn; a few liwuis In this Citj
yesterdaj evening visiting friends,
ami incidentally attracting attention
because of bis unusual height���7 fei
s Inches In bis .nocking feet. lloi-
biook Is not bnlli in ,,iopoition to his
height, weighing but J00 pounds.
���pile  ul   tho   fact   thai   Ue Is  B  heart
'i'h. h <��� i-iaut is a fisherman
b) occupation, working oui of Vancou
ver,
riiese a ik's uleftsuremi
en   b)   himself  W  a   News  man
Height, , feel B lm I
from km������ lo foot, . feel. hip to km 1 .
_  r, et;   across shoulders, 20  inch1, .
1. 11 _��� ������. 1  ol     neck.  I    inches;  arms. ���
tendi d, 8 teei 8 lm ics; length ol ai
i B feel  B inehes.      iie wears a No.  12
sho... m
ll is probable Holbrook will 8
placed on oxhiblihm at the Seattle A.
v.-p. exposition, providing he can tiud
a manager willing  to pul  Up tho ii"c
mone)   to secure _ concession
���
Death of Mrs. Corbeck.
Mrs. Corbeck. an old lady of Sap-
perton. died yesterday evening, her
end being hastened by a paralytic
stroke, Deceased is survived by a
daughter, residing In this city, and
other relatives in Nelson. Mrs. Corbeck came to Westminster from Rel-
linabain about  eight  months ago.
Death of Oscar  Keiwick.
The death took place yesterday at
the Royal Columbian hospital of Oscar K-elwiclc, a Fin lander, who ha--
been for some time In the neighborhood. He wns about 40 yehft of nge.
Fn.-, .,-ai    (| tit.    have no- yet
,  ' completed.
Repairing  the  Rithet.
The  It. P. Rithet,   which has been
purchased  by the Terminal Steamship
Company, will be    brought from her
position on Lulu   island   bj  the late
owner . the O. P. R., and repaired
h.i - before being delivered at Van
ceuvv ns the contract calls for with
thf steamship company. Capt. Cate_
wiio has carried ont the negotiation-*.
was   in   the  city   yesterday.
Decision Next Tuesday.
Victoria. R. C, April 5.���The
decision of the executive council
on the Coquitlam dam building
proposition will not be given
until Tuesday, April 13, according to an announcement made
today.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY, APR1,
. 1909.
Classifie
verhsements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
Man    wants    but    little    here    be low���but he will  have to advertise  if he expects to get it.      Advertising n ay not bring visible results every week in proportion to its cost, any more that    a    salesma
advertising as a selling help stands squarely on all fours there is no longer any doubt.      "When  the  dimpled  baby's  hungry,  what  does  the   baby do?      It doesn't lie serenely and merely  sweetly  coo'   th V' bU''   ^'
bellows with all  its little might till  some one gives  it sometning to curb its appetite... The infant with the bottle which  stills it6 fretful  cries, a  le6Son   plainly   teafches ��� it   pays   to  advertise." ��� .-.i���_ Un9ry baljy
^icago Record Hera|d_
PERSONAL.
ELOCUTION.
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can HELEN BADGLEY, TEACHER OF
find a congenial ]he companion tor, elocution, physical culture a,ml dramatic art. Every Monday. 3 to 8
li.m. Knights Of Pythias hall, or 992
Hornby Street, Vancouver. Phone
B3535,
any    respectable    man    or woman.
Send stamp for particulars.     West-,
ern Development. League, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
MUSIC.
REAL ESTATE.
MRS. C C. FISHER, ex-pupll of Carl-
lotta Ant,-Hi, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac, Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
singing ani! harmony.
WANTED.
FANCV   POULTRY,  EGGS.  ETC.
NURSERY.
WANTED���Girl  for    general     house-   ARTHUR     O'CONNOR,     POULTRY
work. Apply in the evenings. Mrs.
W G McQuarrie. Second street and
Fourth avenue
WANTED ��� FURNISHED COTTAGE
or hou .'keeping    rooms,    close in.
Address    R.    C    Stanley,  Windsor |
Hotel.
breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, l'.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels l'or
sale, Barred Rocks, While, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggfl for
batching. WrjU. your requirements.
WANTED���A buyer for good rooming
and boarding house; 15 rooms, good :
terms.   Address A. B. C, Daily News ;
Offlce.
WANTED���To buy aU kinds of fowl,  ���
pigeons and ducks; also eggs.   Box |
EGGS FOR HATCHING���S. C. Brown
Leghorns; good layers; $2 per settles of 13. Hans Voglflang, poultry-
expert, 906 Keefer street, Vancouver, B. C.
FISH  AND GAME.
Z, Daily News Office.
I BENSON  & AYLING, FISH,  FRUIT,
FOUND.
FOUND���Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply P. O. Box 148.
Game. Vegetables, etc.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
Begbie st.;
FURNITURE.
FOR   SALE.
_X)R SALE���Two corner lots on the
new B. C. E. R. cut off, close to city-
limits; $225 each; 1-4 cash, balance
6 and 12 months. Apply Box 837,
City.
ROOMS TO RENT.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK '
to let in suites of two for light
housekeeping AU steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
room 9, second floor.
f|W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery,  p.  O. Box 811.
'HE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES.
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACI.'IC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, be<>
supplies, etc. 1010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
FOR SALE���"Riverview, ' City of New
Westminster; 3 lots in Alberta st.,
1 corner lot, 133x60, 2 lots, ITM'1:
price $1000; cash $250, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. Cook & Ross' 323
Front street, opp. Market, New
Wi stminster,
FOR SALE 30 acre farm, ���", mil. ���-
from New    Westminster on Frasei
river, never flooded, drained and
fence'd. good house and barn, ready
for crop; boats call at wharf dally;
railway within half a mie ; schools
and etc., close. Cash $1500; balance In three years. Cook .. R" S,
323 Front street, opp. Market, New
West minster.
REAL  ESTATE.
WOODWOKKING.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOAI
Motildings, Burlaps aid Sanitas;
bouse painting, ka'-omining, paper
hiiiiginr and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARM.1RONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's snoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and    commercial
work, etc.
work,    amateur
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, hea.i
cheese, etc.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 287, Victoria street.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
JEWELRY.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 112. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
.!���
SELLING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of high-grade watches and Jewelry
by auction. Sales each day, 2:30
and 7:30 p.m.      Horace Dorer.
PROFESSIONAL.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temlzing. Guinn & Fairley, phone
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR
veyor. F-llard b'ock, New West
minster, B. C.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, b. C.
LAUNDRY.
C.   HA.MUER,    ACCOUNTANT   AND
Auditor,   Notary    Public,    Convey-  _
uneer. Room 14. Guichon Block, New   ROYAL    CITY    LAUNDRY,    ROYAL
Westminster.    P. O. Box 735.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW.  ARCHITECT.
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT, ARCIUTECT���
Gulchon  Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER   &.   SHERRIFF,   ARCH I
tects.  Gulchon   block.      P.  O.   Box
772.
Phone 232.
AUCTION   SALE
OUR SALE TODAY OK JEWELRY
2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Horace
Dorer, jeweler.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in eietcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, bouse wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building
phone 331, p. O. box 928.
Avenue aud Blackle Btreet Now Is
the lime to get curtains and blanket, ready for spring. Ring tip phone
183.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING I'P 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
W.    MYERS    GRAY,
Solicitor and  Notary
block.    Clarkson    Street,
the Court  House.    P.   O.
Telephone 64
BARRISTER,
Public.  Curtis
opposite
Box   196
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade. K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 40S  Hastings Street west.
MALINS, COULTHARD & CO., LTD.,
J. H. Vidal, J. P., Manage, Real Estate Department. Phones 106 and
J211.
FOUR FINE RESIDENTIAL LOTS
In Burnaby. overlooking the city,
one block from city tram; $15u each,
1-1 cash, balance in 2 years.
EIGHTY ACRES FRUIT LAND IN
Surrey, ;; miles from Westminster
bridge; $500 worth of cedar, half
mile from O, N. Railway and Fraser
river; only $30 per acre and easy
terms. Five-acre blocks in this vicinity are selling at $75 to $100 per
acre.
A FINE LOT ON FOURTH STREET,
near Sixth avenue, only $400. Investigate this.
160 ACRES IN SURREY, INCLUDING
SO acres of best land in the district
and timber equal in value to price
of land. This Is a snap at $2400;
easy  terms.
EIGHTY ACRES AT CL.YTON, BUR-
rey, at $50 per acre; some improvements:  good terms,
SIXTY ACRES IMPROVED FARM
near Cloverdale, dwelling, barn,
chicken houses, sheds and etc., orchard, good creek, 7 acres under cultivation. This must be sold at
once hence the price is low���below
market price, $1500 cash will handle it, balance on time.
160 ACRES IMPROVED FARM IN
Langley, hodse, barn, outbuildings,
bearing orchard, 30 acres cleared,
balance easy clearing; rich black
loam soil. This is a bargain at
$10 per acre and should be a moneymaker for some one but "first come
first nerved."
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia Btreet, near tram office,
phone 433. Real estate and Insurance,
Folt RENT���We have 17 acres of
good bottom land all cleared and
under the highesi stale of cultivation, capable of producing 15 to 20
tons of potatoes or onions per acre,
at $20 per acre; 1-1 cash and balance when crop is harvested.
WE HAVE I nice lol.s one-half block
from Columbia street at the sacrl-
flce price of $300 each, 1-3 cash;
balance 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 21 months,
This is a snaii    Call quick.
WE HAVE 11 uie cleared lots in the
Weal End at $2o0 each. Ths Is a
snap you will have to pick up befi r_
breakfast or you wlll miss lt.
TWO DOUBLE corners in the West
End tor $200 each.     A snap.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
��-P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, phone 334.
6-ROOM HOUSE ON EIGHTH ST.,
electric   light.     $1500.   Easy   terms.
1  ACRE IN  BURNABY    CLOSE TO
WESI VII!
Co,, bank, ofti
'DWORKiJ
1 i   tore an
. ita
'" and (3
and di   il
mates
pri,   .-
and car Hi
-173.
I.  Bi __i,
254,1 _��
0
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
'"     VMn     ' Ul  IE no .-J
0.0
'" a "i thlti
are In Id
��� ""        v
at s o'c
grand.   \v. c
��� ������ m
car lan,
terms.
15 minutes from city. $750,
DIAMOND & CORBOULD, SIXTH
street,
FOR BALE���HALF MILE WEST-
ininster waterfront with trackage
only $6 a foot; will be worth $25 a
foot In a year's time. Compare
this with other prices.
Full SALE -12-VACRE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation*, close to tram, school,
store, etc $130 an acre. Cheap at
$200 an acre.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck & Crandell,
near Tram office.
ROSE  OF    CO J
115,  Son-  ol    , land   _..
Ro e    li, v . ....
fourth   W. ii;, eaC|, .a
in K. of P. hall ...
p.m.     wiiii ... ..'.g
Wednesdaj  In   ��� __0ntl
time and place VI |i _g |>n(i
cordially    invlti tl r, ..   \^\
pres.;   If. Iii v
A. 0. U. W.    FRASER LODGE AI
Meetings  the  flrsl
day In each month    visiting 1
rpn   cordially   invited  to att-
Lodge room. A. 0. I'  W. ball,
fellows' block, clarkson street
COURT BRUNETTE, SO. 1099,
-M.-.ts  tli..  fourth   Friday li|
month at    8 ,, clock,   in thi
hall,  Oddfellows'  Mock
FRATERNAL ORDER ni* EAGU
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Ts
evening at S p.m    in   the Hid
hall, Columbia gtrei I     \ I -a-k.f
Pres.; H. Bchofleld, Secretary.
THE ROYAI, TEMPLARS .OF Tl
perance meet every Wednt Id
8 p.m., ��n Oddfellows hall Cohri|
street.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle m'dl machinery,
Mil. plants and Specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. 0. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guarantei d
Columbia street   New Westminster. 1
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for .1. Home
conking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks'; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office,
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, propria-
lr, ss). Four courses, consisting of
soup, lish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real   E.state and  Insurance   Agents���
City,  farm and  suburban   property.
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL Estate and Insurance, phone 235. 186
Columbia St., P. O. drawer loo.
TO RENT- House on Sixth street, $17
per month.
STENOGRAPHY   A   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN    BUNTING,      ROOM     11.
Guichon block.      P. O. Box 694.
Sons OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT|
sociation.  L'or | of tbe Isles'
191- Meets on the first  and
Tuesday of ever) month in K.
hall.   Chief w Sutherland
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province offlce, Colombia street.    P_���ue 62.
TAILORS.
GALVIN. 32 Sixth street; ladles' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
In ladies' and men's suitings. Pre._
ing and repairing, on short notice.
Phono B350.
THEATRE8.
O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LOI.
No. 3���Mecv- in OddfelloW
Columbia Btn ��� ��� ������-:��� Fniayfl
lng nt S o'clock. Visiting bitrf
will be made w- Icomi 0. B ' 1
N c,.; C. E. Osborne, I' (
Big secretary.
ABBOTT g. HYDE. (V.H.C, ABBOTT
Manager), Real estate. Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances,
23. Columbia Street. P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
I_-rne street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
PEERS _ RAMSAY. REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby properly a
Bpeolatly, Room 7 Hamley block.
P. 0. Box 458, phone 864.
THE   EDISON  THEATRE,   CORNER
Columbia and   Eighth.      High-class j
moving pictures,   Illustrated songs. '
Pro.ram  changed  Monda.'.. Wed ,es-
day and Friday.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOClffl
Include the Union Unto ^ j
F, and A M ; King Solomon ^j
NO. 17. A. F, and A M.; L 0|
No. 1150; L. 0 L , N'O 1683; �����
Sapperton. NO. 1883, . 0. F;?J
F.,   court   Westminster, M
Brotherhood of Owls. Net W
BOARD OF TRADE NEW *1
minster Board ol Trade me��t����J
board room, City HiH.���� �����J
Third Thursday   of   '-^ rt"al
quarterly    t Hint-   0��   '^ f
Thursday of February, May M|
and  No\ .in" '"I
meeting.-- ot. the third Thu*-I
FKiruarv.      .New n.-nil.' rs itHff
proposed and elected at W m
ly or   quarterly   '�����'"������"���'*���     '
Stuart W111I". " '""�����;
WE HAVE
the exclusive handling of the
finest lots on the city boundary,
the B. C. E. Railway cut-off running through the property. Price
$250 to $300 each, one-fifth cash,
balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months
at 7 per cent.     Call or write.
WALKER BROS.
04040*o*o^o*oo*o^c>��v*.-*^oe>o o+o+o+o+o+c+ty^+x-j+o+o+o+o+n
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
NEW  HOUSE. OF   SIX   Rooms
ON FOURTH ST.. ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,  TWO   LOTS,    reas
ONABLE  TERMS.
P. O. BOX 983, PHONE 418.
EDMONDS STATION
IT-
NOTICE.
New Westminster  District.
District of  New Westminster.
Tl
Pitt
i. il
.ion
scribed lands; Commencing al
I planted at the southeast ooraei
1^2". thence wesi  20 chain ,
south ",, chains, thenoe east is
mo ,   .        _ to Agamcnmon 1 I anni I
thence northerly along the    v
ike notice, thai  H.'viv., Ford, of ihe point of commencement, ,���
Meadows, n. 0. occupation mar lng IGO aerea more or less,
lady, Intends to apply for perml HARRIET FORI
to   purchase   the   following de-j m, L. cordon
Dominion Tmst Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, M��r	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
*04K)+O+O+0+00+O+0+O+O+O4r<y..^^
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
- IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
-IN���
THE       DAily NEWS
Westm 1 niter's Heme Paper.
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 & ^��"
.Front Street.
NOTICE.
Take notice that D. J. MoQuarrie, of
New  Westminster,  Ii.  ('., occupation,
electric   railway   manager,   intends   io
apply for permission to purchase ths
fOllOWiilg described  lands  in   tha dls-
irlct of New Westminster;
Commencing at a post planted   at
the    southwest    corner   <,f    ������,   (390,1    Dated Decemhrr
port"'
the,,,,. ,as. to norths :,
1808, thence south "
mm*
ner of lot 097,   I JjSj
erly nnd nortl
menc.ment, containl".
i m1.
or less. . ....oit.tHlfH
DANIEL JOH.
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Res. 429.
Lime Engines
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iPunds in Winnipeg;
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Works
F E 3. Proprietor.
.   Ne. Westminster
REGISTRV   ACT.
���ae notice li plication
eorge   -dams )
IRON
jOHN
heiiB srreei.
(SUv-- ,
BANK    OF    C  W.-.r    BUILDING,
_
oppc tt Postoffice.
PRONE 33V
P. 0. BOX __:��
las:
Cook & Ross
THE  AUCTIONEERS
":"';  a   3.3   Front   St.
th-' Mayor and ;
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;   N.w  West-,
. vs,    bearing    and  1260
-    '��� ii- - v A..U. |    Should
Oppc-f te  Market,  Nev.
Westminster.
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haul doubt ih��  H-OSl
kind tn many
a       ,       .
most
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f -.he sale, Including
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"'!o' hiU'' ��� so .-.;��� Ij  in ibe
...inds of  Mr   ���;.... -,', mat*.
no deflnlt, _,     , ...   ,     ,  ,..,. ,.
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m auction held|large numtx       .  -. .   ,,   .
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IVfStmin.-iei
an_ as Subdivisions
Provinc- ot
particularly
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c,iv<  ��� the mi . ��� . .
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d-i-lnttt.)     the bishop taking the e ���
r|the new hors,   show  building is prac-|fl>'"   '**'   '''''      M '    ' '"' !      *
'malned unl . Pa -..-      , htm '
THAT THE   EVELY-FORo   SALES   CO.
*.tt   SELLING    Ot
Stevenson 's
OF   TORONTO
Shoe Stock
Kth day of sepiemo-., a.u. ���     _._,ouia be ccmsulted If you want to
...    thai certain ��ii furniture or an auction coi
Wor v d and premises      LUi. Slo<,e  ,I,|,l>,n.
���ag and being In the City of ,-v rj  K,,J;iy ^^ ^ ^^.^
Mo.ket; and ever,  Satu, ;,,  morning I tical l> the onl, building In the ch. ofl
on Vanoouver market .  ...... ���   his fare
N.w cookin-.- .tove; 3 wagons, near-|date the crowd
i ly    new;   1   express    wag n;   1
j mower (new),
j.-, and ' 'i:ir|i-' through or i
,r   . ,   .nd all   ,
____________________^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
at  2211 Front strt
|ii     .'
ij 16 of Lot v .Suburban  Illock
new    furniture
, ,   .      ,     A   quantity   of
von i.nu mi   persons  claiming, _
,     . . I Prl"'     Room 9, Hamley Mock
trest in the said land by virtue;      , aui" f D10CK-
��� a!   __.,  rron*   strict.     Phono   My,
Instrument, and; r_q_e au.
claiming any  interest  in
lorse
halt
Key
MONEY SAVED IS
jsaid land by descent, whose title
(ioi n-gistered iinuer ihe provisions ,'
,1, Land Registry Act, are required j MONEY   EARNED
contest the claim of the tax pur-1
Pr within forty-five days from the;    A ��avinga account  In ibis bank  Is
tof the first juibUcation of this no- j*' *:<u' investment.    It pays you com-
upon you, and In default of a ca- i i>��>uii��J interest and is ready cash any
���irwrtiflcaie of lis pendens beinK i ti,ni'  you  want   It.    Church  --ocietios,
mthin ?uch period, or ln default j fraternal organizations,  clubs,    trad.
���uleuptlon   before    registration. I unions and  business associations wlll
iad each of you will b.  tanker j ,"ill,i  i( convenient to    have   surplus
j._ and   debarred from wttinK! f"nds  in  u   savings  account,  subject
Itiij-eiw-i to or in respect of the   to the control of two or more officers.
1 iand. and I shall register Oeorge I
nw a�� owner thereof In fee.
I hereby certify that public _��� j
t cf thi? notio,- for thirty days in
|iailv newspaper p'tUish.-d in New
Kaii-K'.Cr Mill   _e  good   and   BUfB.-!
���i-rvire '.hrrtof.
.ted at the Uind   Registry  Offlce, '
I Wrftminstfr. province of Brltisii '
hBitia. this 16th  day   of     March. |
|D. IMS.
C, B. KEITH,
B    District Registrar.
|T�� Thomas     William      McColm,!
Nn ff. Wise. Caroline a. Jack. ^ !
������AND  REGISTRY   ACT.
to tii
If
The anno u  ��� ;.., ..-  , |  ���.��� ��� to
lay  gives Ini i ling  ; ui i:    , rae
ttcall*, two months in which ihej can
visit the new i .;.��� and sei foi th< m
Belvt just what is otfen d The offl-
cla] maps of th, Qrand Trunk Paclflc,
[showing tlie complete surveys of the
city, are now being    pritnvl In  M
real  and  will  he available In Vs   ���   'i
i ver at Mr. Rand's office about Apr.l
25. This will give a clear month after
the maps   are   i-sued   and   will un ,
, loulitedly afford intending purchasers
���.ill the time necessar)  lo make theii
i -elections  and  prepare for Uie  -eihe.
Mr.  Rand    will K<' north    to  I'i nice
Rupert within mo w.vks to complete
all    tlie   necessary   arrangements at
11hut end and also, it Is understood, 'jo
LIBEL SUIT SEQUEL Til
PENITENTIARY EXPOSE
Lawyer   Mclntyre  of  KamlOOpi   DtnlCS I
Having s��n _,n Miner In Ptivat.
AS     Ahl-lr.l
S  a  pood  idea-���try  it
look
Into   the   question   of   reserve
The Royal Bank of Canada
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  ^50.000,000
New   Westminster,   B.   C.   Branch.
F.  B. Lyle. Manager
NOTICE.
prices on Ilie loin to be o.eiv.l.
Mr. Rami announces that In all
pro ability other sales will be held In
other eiti,-. of the province after the
completion of the opening sale in Vanoouver.
All iitles wil; be absolutely Indi ���
feasible nn,i there can be no question
In the minds ,._ purchasers on thi-*
ixlint as th.- governmenl guaranteea
.ill  lilies .it  the time of sale.
The   announcement of   the ��ale of
t'rinee   Uiiper!   'ol    ^^^^^^^^^^^
for two years In all parts of the
world and will attract attention from
investors ��� very where. Premier McBrlde cabled  yesterday  to Hon.   I    II
Take notice that I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, 13. C, frjmsr, Intend to
apply to tbe Honorable ('bit. Commission! .-  of   Lands and   Works    for    a
twenty-oii.��� yea; grazing leas.- ou the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
following described laud; Commenc- Turner, agent-general of the province
Ing ut a post on tha east shore ut In London, and the announcement wai
Zayas Island. Port Simpson district. | made throughoul 0-eai Britain today,
about a mile south of the mouth ol Cables have also been Ben I to Australia and South Africa. For the next
two months Vancouver will be 'I"
gathering point for Investors from all
*     : a 17 by _ chains
'*acr'-1 ,nvision  12 and
>.''V.h,   portion  in hy    chains  (5    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Wl. of subdivision  lil of l/_t 7.    I'ali'' ''"''' ���  '-it'n,'e west  across    ;h.
��� map 536, Mew WeBtmln ter'isbn ��� '" the ^'''r''. thence following
istriu. ] the   shore    northerly,     easterly    and
Wiereas nroof ,,,- .i... i���__ _# ���Qrll. I loutherl)  to thp  point of    ^^^^^^
ment.
name.* nH__Hillllli________^H^H   No.   'J   !���*.,-. ��� Za.viH     island.     Port
Simpson district, -'art ng at a post at
""���     ��� .   loss of certl-l
I*��title nam e.    r20F, Issued in
''  '' ' '. S irott, Lucy
WUne Sprott, F   ���       Kiv., Schou,
commence-1 parts of  the civilized   world,  and  the
' Indirect   benefit  to  this  city   from  tbe
sal.- will  be hard to estimate
i
Yesta. rday'B Issue ol  ihe Vn couvoi
Province contains tli.  followln
Relating to the reporl rei eni , pub
ll-li.d in The Provtnc. of ,���.!.ba,..
ink. u .it the Inquiry al New \Wstmla��
ste, into the circumstances surmund<
lng   the  , sc:i|>-*    of     Bill   Mile V   A    D
Mclntyre, who was counsel roi Mine;
I at the trial. streAUOiisl) objects t,, th.
statements of certain witnesse and to
I erroneous   reports ol    ttyat   pvldence
I Mr    \I,'lnl> re  says:
i     'I   :a\\   Miner only on,,' al  ,!"' penl
tentiar. after his conviction with rel
[erence to his pending appeal      Col
Whyte and one guard were pri ioni I
in<'\er s.iw him afterward      I certain
iy know nothing ol the vl II of il"
, lick or the   other   detectlvi i       M ���
luus been awaited P^1-" WM ni(,,l,,,'< prior to the time of
any  alleged  Intervii �����<  with  ri latloti
to   Mine,',;   rel'  i IP,   of   '*��� hli h   I   I.now
nothing."
lu view of the wid.. circulation of
the statements of alleged evidence,
Th.. Province gives the presenl Btate
ment full publicity at the "''ine i -a
Mr Mclntyre, The latter, II i un
dorstood, Is proceeding with i suit foi
i.vi against former Deput) Warden
n ri Bourke Proceedings are also
bi ing taken igalnsl the Columbian
newspaper
at great sacrifice prices?
MU   tHAT-l   'ME   STORY   IN   A    NUTSHEV.L        MB
STrvENSON   GAVE   US INSTRUCTIONS      TO       8ELL
OUT Al I.   HIS  STOCK   I N   EIGHT   DAYS.
1 hi.   . ..Ic provide a unique opportunity io iuiy to great advantage
VES.  INDEED   A   SPLENDID   OPPORTUNITY   IS   NOW
YOUPH  RIGHT   AT  THE FIRST     OP     THE       SEASON
WHEN   YOU   EXPECT   TO    PAN   PULL PRICES.
THfcRI 6   NO   RESERVE.     AND  OVt.   ItALP  OF   THE
STOCK   IS   NEW   AND CORRECT   IN   STYLE.
WITH   THE..    TACTS   LAID   BETORE   VOU   WE     EX
PECT THAI   A WORD TO THE WISE IS ALL THAT IS
NECF9RARY
THERE ARE  SHOES HERf   rOR   MEN.  WOMEN,  AND
CHILDHFrM.      COME   AND SEE,
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RFMEMlftn  irS *��!,.'^f
The Evely-Ford Sales Co.
SELLING   OFT   STEVENSONS  SHOE  STOCK
FOLK'S  p|PF   DREAM
the southeast corner of No. l lease,
Hereby given :hat I shall,   t'lenp(* WP*f across the i.-land to    tbe
wnpiratioi        ,,,  ���,������,{, p.-^ j shore, thence    following    the   shore
pHiteof the first publication here-1 'OUt^e'ly,     easte/ly     and     northely
around to the point of commencement,
C. W. PRESTON.
Jan. 28, 190.
Prilled In this offlce,
I Wlce is he
:ih(.
idi
���j" i dall.
������ ��� published in
N'"--   .Vi   ���minster,   issue
""'   '' ' ' ' riitieai... un-
r'���."������   ' valid objection
lt""f' 10 me in   .veinp.
- C  .-'   KEITH,
__��-.8t' of Titles
Hbstir. r (���
Sons   of   Scotland  Concert.
'I ne "Boston Scotsman ' has thl   I
iaj oi the artists who will take pari
LAND ACT.
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1909
West-
LA,-0 REGISTRY  ACT
w4M. ���-'������
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I '.   Su  urban
1 tei City:
Of  eertlti-
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tnou, h.��� . -���   ''��� ���     Chrlstlni
��� le
"erpbJ      Dnthai [.hail,
New Westminster Land District.
District  of   Saywarri.
Take notli -* that l, C. W. Pri
of  v.ancm ,' i. o.  ii, at.. :i  fai mer,  Intend  to apply  for ; ��� i mission to    i I
chase tin- followim* described     iul
Commencing at a post  plantid oa
tlie north shore of south Twin i '
thence following  -he   ihore    eastei
southerly,   weali rly,     north,  |
-aslerly  hack  tQ  ,  lint  of    COmn
ment, taking in the who;,- Island
t.-inini. 100 sorts more or Ib
C. W. PRESTON.
Dated Feb. 2nd, 1409
Sees the  Republic  Spreading Over Ihe
Whole   Face   of   Continent.
        A-hevi le.   I    ���    \,,,i|   ;,      'll,;,,    ,,,,.
In tie- concert to be given b> the Bon. whole of the  American contlnenl win
of Scotland  In  tbe opera    bonne    on become one great  repifbllc undei    hi
Wednesday:  "John   M   Hamilton  wa Rovernm.ni  of what  m now the Un
the leading Hghl                    ��� I'd States i- the prediction m
panj  and demon trated :',   hi     iti formei Oovernoi Polk In an Info
faction  of  all,  thi              I  quail11   i bore.
<>f hi-                 i'ii"'  .oi,v Mi  Hi, i Mr   Pol. dpcla nl that a clash   ������
��� ; tween        1 rill   : Bl te* and I
ihown ..                                ��� ��� ible and tbtfi )��� sril| come In
B Dot distant future I
A Bag of Cement
hough! here wlli Mp feund ���n
llrelj iv- froth powdered clay
and othei cheapening fliiine.
thai niesnq the cement will po
farther and in^' better than 'he
filled" kinds. If you have bad
experience vou know It pays to
'ei ,   lhe   lies,   biit'ding  mfl  r'       _
To "iitsin the best, you'll be Wis*
lo come here.   We dott'l Handle
any o(hnr kind
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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:                   ind he,- numbs ��� hi                 ��� ��� pi lifi
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..V-Tve Her ' break  Oaf   iffMh  Bt  t.P  dea-b 'if Ihe
blend' .i   beaiirifn||_    with     Mr.
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ing       ' r'le eTtreme  hy  his
in connection with the ���'' -   *    '  *n* ���'������' wansdy     \
trip tlcketa will i- sold at oi I��� -     \nvBn Wdfciy   __ted    8
fare and one-third.     'ii' :*' the Bonrpleteness of th.  prograiffl wiih
12th inclusive,   iiood t��
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MAKE   YOUR   APP"'    ' "^   '^   nnnmmr>"��    verdict   Of   ��W
f THE DAILV    ,,,*w thi-onn that  were present io "'i''
in the InhBreating program."
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,ioo,i ���f the sons of at. Andrew to; g TheIDaii.v Nrws, New Westminster  10c per week $1 for .'. mos
md ai.so aaeompaniw the othc-,K TfiKHtandafid OP Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 _er van-
artist, in a capable manner.    SJe bus t J |HE DAILY NEWS-ADVERTISER, Vim.OUVer     50c ���0,'' .llOllth,'   $5 per Y^T
uSm\\\ The Sunday News-ADVIBrtisbr,       "         50c for 3 mos., $1.50 a year
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Subscriptions and Artvertlseiiiiiiitslsoliclleil for Hie ahnve puhlicatlons
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, |v.ew
. West minster, 13. C.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
PRICE  OF  LUMBER  RISES
WITH   INCREASED DEMAND
Winnipeg, April 6.���British Columbia lumber manufacturers today advanced prices through western Can-
nda from $1 to $3 a iliotisand. They
claim there has been a heavy demand
for railway and bridge timber and for
lumber  for building railway  cars.
TUESDAY, APRIL 6,  1909.
THE   FRASER  VALLEY.
To v,iy man.   an excursion through
the   fertile   pastoral   and  agricultural,
district  of   the  Fraser   valley     would
prove quite a revelation.    The extent
to which this area of country has developed during the past  two years is
indeed remarkable.   Established towns
and  settlements  have grown and expanded,  whilst  new settlements have
spiting   up   in   all   directions.     Ever;
now and again upon the journey the
traveller   will   find   a   goodly  area of
cultivated land occupying a Bpot where
formerly  was virgin forest.    This d.
vuiopnieni, considerable though it hai
been in the recent paot, Is1 likely to be
even more rapid and extensive in the
in v  future,    Real   estate  operations
have been wonderful!, active just lately and a still greater activity i i anticipated by those whose experlenci  enables them to measure the pulse of
such a movement with a fair an sunt
of accuracy.    Whilst .rtgns of advance
are apparent on both sides of the liver, it is on the southern side that the
UJarch of progress is more particular-")
ly noticeable.    This circumstance is
undoubtedly due to the construction of
two new lines of communication, the
We. .minst.r-Cliiliwaek car line of the
B. C. E. R., and the Kootenay line of
the Great Northern, both of which interest   the  Xew Westminster market.
The opening of these two new tracks
for traffic will be pretty certain to re-
su.. in the settling up of this part of
the country to an extent and at a rate
never  yet   approached     There  is   no
greater  incentive  to   trade,   no   more
potent agent for the development of
rural   districts  than   the   electric   car
line.    This has already been proved
in the United States, where hundreds
of miles- of electric railways have been
Opened during the last few years. The
Chilliwack line will Le at once an advantage to this city and a boon to the
fanners,  store  keepers and  residents
of the valley.    No longer will  it   be
necessary for the fruit grower, poultry
rearer, or dairy farmer to undertake a
lengthy and  trying journey  by horse
<fii<l rig to g'i his produce Into,market.
There wFl be the q.i.K, cheap service
of the electric car at his disposal, in
many cases almost at his door.    Time
wil! thus he saved and teams can be
left at home to perform work on the
farm.     Then   again   produce can     be
sent   into  the  city  promptly  at    any
time, and will not have to be kept on
hand until   market  day,  as  must too
often be done at present, sometimes
with disastrous consequences.
This  extended   development of the
Fraser  Valley  will     considerably  enhance the importance and activity of
ihe New Westminster market, and the
commercial interests of the city gen-
eraily.    Already the attendance at the
weekly market baa grown to a remarkable extent during the past year, but
within the next twelve months it  wi
increase in a still greater ratio,    Ina.
much as   the   consuming   population [
Win   continue  to   multiply   there  wil
always be a growing demand for the !
produce of tbe  valley.    There is no j
fear that  the BUppl)   will    e in excess
of  the demand.    A  gradual   improve- I
ment In the quail tj of a good deal of
tn,. material brought into the city mar-.
Int. together with an extension of it
variety has been distinctly noticeable
of late,   New men hav.- brought new
methods and new Ideas,    whll.l   the
older settlera  have    been    gradually
-ainlng fresh experience,    With  the
augmented Bettlemeni of the locallt*
we are likely to Bee a continued Improvement in the quality and a still
gn ater diversity   ,���  the character of
the produce,    There are also indications that stock  raining  will  be carried on to a larger extent than hitherto.    This branch of fanning has be.-n
somewhat neglected in the past.    But
there Is no reason why first-class cattle should not be raised in  the Fraser
valley for the market  that Is at present   ropplled   with     beasts    imported
from ihe prairies,   Whether tor stock
raising, fruit growiqg, poultry raising
or general farming or market gardening, th"re !s no fin-1 land in the whole I
of British Columbia man thai extend-i
lng on either side of tin- great water- .
way which is a silent witness of, but a !
mighty factor In, our progress and development. With Its rich roll, so large-
ly alluvial in character, richly stored I
by nature with nil thn elements necos- ;
.ary for ihe nourishment and tusten- i
ance'of the farmer's crops; iis humid \
climate, ensuring ample moisture for
th,-  land, and  li^ long warm  siimni. r
in and teperate fall, 'bis district
wil   always onjoj  a preeminent pobI-
don   a     an  agricultural  area.
Long Term in Prison.
Rimouski, April 5.���Elie Albert,
convicted- of homicide in connection
with the death of William Roth of
Quebec, at Rimouski last September,
was sentenced this morning to 25
years in the penitentiary.
"GET THE HABIT"
TOILET SOAP
FIVE CAKES FOR
TII t.   DATLF   N 1  W.n
TUESDAY' APR|L (>
'909,
TODAY   ONLY,  AT
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We Imy for cash and sell for the same
Here is a Snap.
If you ai- looking for a real good  profitable investment lei  in,, call   yon, ai
tion (SO acres) 0f land near Hon Accord which has 1 n given me tor (jUj(.k Ba,e 1(> a   halt ^
is bringing good prices.     As an Investment thla should lnteresi you.     There ,,        , ,ll;,t'"<
on the property and eHiiy taken out.                                                                                     Bp ''"did timber
The price is $40.00 an acre. $800.00 down;   $360.00 in six months, and the bi lane
years.     This offer is good for a few days only.     Afl an investment  | know of no 1 """ m l*o
1,1 '     Move
nuickiv
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT BLOCK, COLUMBIA STRE ET.
PHONE 169.
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These cuts show only two of our fourteen styles of Twentieth Century
clothes. The suits for young and middle aged men have the droop front,
deep lapels well in back, and pants
with permanent crease and turn up at
bottom. The latest clothes on the
market.   Just the suit you want for
Easter.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
SOLE   AGENT   FOR      NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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Prices:
Men's   velour calf   oxfords.   "Tne   Maximum   Shoe,"
Pair    $4.00
Men's   patent  leather blucher oxfords, full   military
heels:   a swell shoe        $.50
Men's   oxblood oxfords, our   'Warwick   Shoe,"  none
more stylish Per pair     $4.00 and $4..0
Men's   oxblood blucher    bals,    made    on    the new
"Bud"   last     1 1-2 inch Cuban heel...  Pair ...$4.50
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Women's  patfnt  colt   blucher oxfords, all  sizes and widths, per pair $3.00 and $3.50
Women's oxblood  oxfords,  "Feminia" make, the newest shoe in the  store, per pair    $3.00
Ladies' best  Russia calf, tan ox-fords, made with the ring eyelet fasteners, pair $3.50
Ladies' best turn sole chocol ate   kid  oxfords,  pair     $2.50
Ladies'  black   kid  oxfords  witn patent tips, pair  ..$1.75
C\DFr,I A I      ���      3;00�� W0RTH   0F   NEW  CHILDREN'S   GOODS   ON   8ALE   TODAY.    ALL
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Fresh   Pork    Sausages  daily       i I
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Best  of  Farmer's   Pork.
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HimiH-t . AMIUISUS       Columbia St
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can - fer .
St. Charles cream, large can, 'J
Jersey cream, large can. 2 for
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can
Assorted .lams, reg            '   Mc ll.
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BUTTER,   EGGS, and   NO./.
POTAl
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Weatminster, .B. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN B. C.
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coattw L0tbr.hecTces.nette; stri,ped C,,vert'etc-in 32 to 40 inches in ,ength; a" s'2eS'  N0te these
low.   on sale at ��      " S a'ld "* Very hand,0me indeed    and  the    price    is  ridiculously
$10.00
EASTER     OFFERING     IN
Linens
TABLE CLOTHS-lrish satin damask,
*>.ble wharp of extra super quality,
�� . attractive pattens in border ef
fec,s: re9*ll;"* $7.00 to $7.50.    On  sale
31   each   ��� $4.00
(2 1-2 and 3 yds. long by 2 widel.
TABLE CLOTKS-2    yards    by 2 12;
"!mmed ready for use in beautiful bor-
^effect on th.  fQur _ taj(
W75,,0r ! $2.25
T*BLE NAPKINS���Full bleached sat-
,n damask. Irish linen, very fine weave
""floral designs, hemmed; sire 20x
��   On sale, down $2.50
TABLE   NAPKINS-Full   bleached   20
hemmed, made    from  pure  flax
J���*, "ft  finish.     RcgU|ar |17fl f0Pi
ptr dozen
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Kid Gloves
FOR   EASTER
We still continue to handle Tref-
ousse and Rouillion kid gloves as their
long lead over all other makes have
proven beyond doubt their superiority
in black and all leading colors. Per
pair, guaranteed $1.25 and $1.50
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ilk and lisle and fabric gloves, long
and short lengths, all new shades.
Prices from  50c to $1.50.
New Neckwear
Fancy    Collars  of    all    description
from 50c to $2.00.
Handsome New Belts
IN   LEATHER, SILK,
TINSEL, ETC.
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Tin"l Belth.rVW'th n��Vel bt-'ckl��.    All new cole
���^^ ���'  ty  th-   yard,
ft      7~~ 1���	
JlgggW Assortment of New Ruchings
,���SPivd New Hosiery
",,re' ll8|e Bl|T_ M��SErS' A' & G* Morley, the world-r<-nowned manufaetursr of London. EnBland, in cash-
'���������H ,ntl W��01' C��tt0n' etC" P,ain lace' embroidered, etc., all prices from    25c up
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NEWrRuESSMU3LlNS
CHAMBRAY
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NEW   RIBBONS
NEW   LACES
NEW VEILINGS
I Tl"' Opbi I rought in 12 tons of
rice yesterday from tne Onnfa for local  Oriental merchants;
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davies' Greenhouse. B208. **
Tlier,. wus aaothet outbreak of flre
i in the old V, W. & Y. freight sheds
yesterday, the men trom  No. 1 hall
| easily controlling the conflagration.
'!     ll:,v" you got your    tickets for the
| Scottish  concert? **
Hans Voglsang Poultry Food is the
|best. At your grocers an_ druggist. *
There was no special meeting oi' th,
board of trade lust evening to discuss the naval question, but Uie mutter will be dealt with later
All Westminster will be at the
Scottish  concert in  the Opera  House,
April 7th. **
The sh anier Transfer will '., ave for
Ladner this evening at 6:30 instead
of ;; p.m., the usual hour of sailing,
Tl'f Sti " ton trip wlll lie made on
Wednesday  instead  of  today.
' with the appointment, is giving assist-
ance at the provincial jail guardim.
work gangs.
There are quite a number of new
snaps In our real estate class,i'i. d.
Page -. Look them up and gel in on
ihe ground floor.
Italian earthquake, Thursday, Fri.
day and Saturday, Crystal Theatre.   **
Capt. .1. A. Cates, ol the Terminal
Steamship company, has applied tor
two water records from creeks flowing into the .Vorth Arm of Burrard
inlet to supply water for a new summer resort near Brighton Beach.
PAGE FlVif.
in the action heard before Mr. Jus-
tlce Morrison on Saturday, ,n which
James Caufleld was awarded judg-
ment for $1000 against , George C.
Walker, plaintiff was represented ->���
W. .Norman Bole, K. C. W. Bry,. ,_,-
���lack, of Vancouver, appearing on behalf of defendant.
Going to hear the Williams Jubilee
Singers at the opera house t might?
Vim bet I am, they are all right, and
they will give the best concert thai
wil]  he here this vear. **
Ih.. rirsi    lacrosse    pi actio,  of the
eason w*ili take place on Wednesday
evening at Queen's   park, when   .k**.
Lally's    gift     sticks    will   ly.  tested.
Wat.-r has been laid on in the dressing; rooms, and arrangements are now
opera  'being made tor the turning on of the
**   "juice"  for the eiectnc lights.
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The work train which lias been i l- Winning number on tea set, tj_,t';',.
gaged upon the Eburne branch, will be Vou must present this before 3 p.mi
removed today to Mission, to work on   today.      Crystal Theatre. **
the Sumas    branch.      Superintendent!
...   _   ,,.,,        ,, , , The Jack Johnson moving p-c
\\ .  O.   Miliar  Will   lie over during    -ie
day to look at the nrogresi   already
All   the  lutes,   and    most    popular
I songs, also all  the old  songs  we all
love to hen,- will ; e sung by the Williams Jubilee  Singera  at  tin
lions,   tonight.
at the Crystal drew a larw crowd yes-
terday und are decidedly a hit. <
to a  slight  d.f.ct    in the power the
yyy^y ..yy^y���*. inov_d a't,ir ��>"--��"��� ^����*"* **&&&> in mn.
nin_ .������,, pictures t0 the best advan-
tag-. but th.. maaagemsffl states that
the machine will be in good ronnii i
trim today,
made.
plumbing establishment from Clarkson
Street to the corner of Front and McKenzie Streets. **
Those who fail to hear the v. I -
Ham. Jubilee Singers tonight will m ss
th ��� treat of the season. **
Ou behalf of the resident on the
New Westminster Southern Railway,
John Oliver has registered a strong
protest to the provincial government
for the inadequate train  service.
Advance    tickets    for the    Scottish
cone, rt, Barclay and Adams and mem-!
bers of committee. **
Jail services were arranged at yes-
terday morning's meeting of the Mln-
lsterial association aa follows: April
11, Rev, A. E. Vert; April IS, Rev. F. \
A. Magee; April 25, Rev J S. Hender-
son;  May 2, Rev. R. Lennie.
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Scottish concert April Tth. Re-j
serv.- seats, 75c at Ryall's. ** |
of
J.    Mcintosh,    of    Vancouver   w.ll
Mr, and Mrs, John  Cosens will
at home tomorrow at MM ______\ 	
Mrs. J. Carter-Smith, St. George j shortly commence work on the build-
street, from three to six in the after- ing of a mill on the Vancouver pole
noon, nnd from seven to ten in the line road, where he proposes turning
evening. jout verandah   and   ornamental po-tf.
'He is  now    negotiating    for t.e pur-
.1. S. Cameron, late with Capita
Barber shop, Victoria, will shortly open a barber shop in Blair's cigar
s'tore, Columbia Street.
The Hustler, W. A. Oiliey's pile-
driver, has been brought round to th*-
Sixth street slip to commence work
in accordance with the contract let by
cha-,. of timber limits from '.hich to
dr.... liis supply of cedar. The mill
will  be operated by electric -jower,
Fi-.     candidates,    A.   Oxf-nbiu.,   1".
For table decoration,? aud wedding
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist, 184. ������
The board of railway commissioners
asks for suggestions for the protection
of stock hy adequate cattle guards,
and will be glad to receive any ideas
which will be effective, during this
month, ut Ottawa.
Bight thousand peopie listened to J.
M. Hamilton in New Vork. Be one
to give tlie company a rousing reception L_re. **
There  will   be another  meeting ol
the May Day committee tonight. The
May Queen will be chosen mis afternoon By lot at the Central school
from the seven children, whose names
have    een  published.
Attention.   Remember these are th<
Original Williams Jubilee Singers,
and not the Tennesee Singers nun
were here earlier in the season.     **
The inquiries into the historv ot
J. Sampson, an Indian sent up for
trial on a charge of Housebreaking at
the Lytton hotel having been completed, he was let out yesterday on suspended  sentence by  uis honor Judg
! Howay.
I
Fred. Barclay, the comic, will bright- j
en the conoert at the    Opera House
I April 7. �����"
Ernest Gamon   has  beep  appointed
'assistant constable to provincial constable   WHkle,    Geo.   Rennie,   whose
name   was   mentioned   in   conn, ction
Now
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FRUIT GROWERS' TREE  SPRAY
ENGLISH  BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED  LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA   CHIPS
ARSENATE    OF    LEAD
SIMf ERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   GRASS
SULPHUR
Phillips, F. Marks, L. Carroll and F.
W. Haggman, will take part in Uie it.
t. of T. elocution contest in the I. O.
^^^^^^^^^^__ .0.   F\   hall   tomorrow  evening,   w'.it-n
the City Council on  Friday for deep- j the ,-ntertainment vii*. be thrown op-n-
ening the approach,    and  building a I to    the    public   at   half    past eight
new floating slip. 'o clock.     ..'silver medal will be pfe-
��� nted to   he winner of the contest.
.1. M. Hamilton sings the songs or j
old Scotland with all the spirit of his j    Representatives   or  the    R*-v!ncial
race.     Opera- House, April 7th.        ** i police were in the ci*.   vest, rday n.ik-
! in_  inquiries as  to ibe    numher    of
A quiii wedding was solemnized on iclui.s   selling  liqour,    which    make-
Saturday by Rev, B. G. Thompson, M.
A-, at the residence of A. H. Co'.e.
Thomas Jefferson Polh-y and Mrs.
Rhoda Harvey were the contracting
parties. The newly married couple
will take up their residence at Chilliwack.
tlvm liable for a li��. nse fe*- of $Hh>
under the net passed at the !a.st session of 'ie lerfctature. Two cluhs
an- known to. do so tn this' city. The
oflirer- ovepwere J. H. MeMuJlin, Inspector, and Colin Campbell, chief of
jvovincial police.
OUR   BARGAINS   IN
Sewing Machines at $30.
Matting at 15c up.
Grass Chairs (heavy stock), from
$1.50 up.
BARGAINS   IN   ALL   LINES.    AWNING    MAKING    AND    PICTURE  FRAMING  A  SPECIALTY.
^^^^^   E.  FALES
The Furniture Man, Upholsterer and Undertaker
70-74 Agnes Street, opposite Library.
PHONE   176.   NIGHT  CALL 81.
Travellers, Read Thislj
The Railway Passengers' As.urance Company, London, England,
la not only the oldest ^cedent insurance company in the world, but
rt has become famous for its pre mpt and liberal settlements, a, th.
following letter will show:
A. W. McLEOD, ..     ,   ���
March 11, 1.09.
Ageni Kail way Passenger*  Assurance Co.
City.
Bear Sir 1 bog to acknowledge receipt of check in full paynaflnt
or toy dal,,, tor accident wi,i.h oc.urred to Ille ,n January laat whiie
playing hockej al Burnaby lake.
Although my claim was only put forward a few nays ago, I liave
already received a settlement, and thank you for the prompt manner
In which it  has been dealt with.
(Signed)
F. RJJICHEXBACH.
CURTIS.-
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking  let ma place a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER 30,000,000
drug store        ALFRED    W.    McLEOD?
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for  Spectacles from   50
Cents up.
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62.
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WE ASF USIRG PURE CAKADIA.  MILK IH
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, *
to wan s
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS Iff
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
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LACROSSE LEAGUE
IN THE OKANAGAN
Four-Team League Proposed
��� Medals Offered Vernon
Players-Hard Conditions.
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Play Ball
Rubber Balls from 5c up
Lacrosse Sticks 35c up
Case Balis 10c up
6'cves ���*���������>:' "liits 40c _���_
Bats 20c  up
Masks,    .ody  Protectors," etc.
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Stave Lake Power
Is Now Assured
I Continued  from  Page One.)
aimed and Mr. McNeill states that
he has reason to believe tbat other
i"*astern Canadian interests Will not
!k> long in joining in the building up
pf British Columbia,
C, 11 Cahan, one of lb. foremost
lawyers of Montreal and Halifax, rep-
resents the big eastern Canadian capitalists now identified wiih the Stave
Lak*.   Power    Company.     Mr. Cahan
At a meeting of the Vernon Lacrosse
club, presided over by S. A. Shatford,
called for the purpose of considering
the advisability of forming tt league
of the teams of the Okanagan valley,
communications were read from En-
derby, Kelowna and Armstrong, stating their willingness to enter into the
scheme. After some discussion it was
decided to form a league of the Armstrong. Vernon, Kelowna and Enderby
I teams, if the latter can get a team together. Each team will be requested
to appoint iwo delegates to meet at
Vernon on April 13 for the purpose
of draw ini* nn -ttl-8 limi bylaws1 and
artttiigv tllo schedule of games. The
_eorOt.iry was also instructed to write
tin* const hague for a copy of their
rules and regulations to give the committee materia: from which io draw
up rules of their own.
it was announced thai the Okanagan
will  ne actively associated with John  Agricultural Society would give a cup
Hendry, president of the Stave Lake , to be played for by the league teams.
Power Company, in tli.- management
nnd direction of the affairs of this trig
cut t'prise, For the purpose of look-
in;, over the ground and consulting
with  Mr. Hendry, Mr. Cahan will a.r-
A communication Was read from Louis
W. Gould stating his willingness to
present the home team with medals.
The conditions on which the Could
medals   are   presented   ar,-   that   :tie
Vive in Vancouver within the next Vernon team is to win ail games play-
week or ten days. Although .so active-  ed at home this year.   On.- draw will
i ly concerned in the undertaking. Mr. be allowed, other draw games to be
Cahan will not stay on the coast, but forfeited. The medals- will be present-
leadquarters in Mont-Jed  to the  boys playing  in  the  moat
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Typewriters in Stock
The American OLIVER visible writing ra
Othcr first-class machines can _., ,���; ^ d�� ^
improvements equal to   other    first-class
and   more.    A  cash   price and on time prl��    ,""'
direct  agents. S��'e'
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Om.
NEWS DEALER8
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Westminster
Transfer Co
wfflce 'Phone 18&.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   deirtered   prompt;!   to
any part of th�� city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
]Horse Sho
April 21, 22, 23 and 24.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
jPENNSYLVANIA SMITHYpti
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone .05.
wjl:   have  his
real. Mr. Cahan was managing director of the Mexican Light & Power
Company up to the time that concern
passed under different control. He
has successfully conducted very large
works of a natur,- similar to that of
the Stave Lake Power Company.
The Interests which Mr. Cahan represent--  comprise  some  of  the   great
financial  and  business men of  Montreal.     The trustee of the bond.--* of tn��
Stave   Lake   Power    Company  is  Lhe
Royal Trust    Company of    Montreal,
th,. transfer agent and registrar is the j
Montreal    Trust  &  Deposit Company, i
a.n 1   the    bankers are   the    tiank of |
Montreal.
It Is freely predicted that one great
result nf the advent    of    Stave lake!
games  throughout the season.
BURNABY COUNCIL.
New Spring Goods
JUST  ARRIVED.
Esactdy   the   material  you   want   for
suits made to order.   Perfect fit guaranteed.
I-IEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
RESERVED   SEAT   SALE. VANCOUVER OPERA HOU.E. North Ed, oy
Season Tickets only     ^prt)
in to id
M'-il J
General Sale   	
PRICES:
Soanon  tickets  (good  for all  performances)  	
EVENING���
First two rows   j .
Next two row's         ijj
La.st four  rows	
AFTERNOON���
First  two  rows	
Balance unreserved   	
Children  	
M dl orders addressed to B. R. Ricketts, Esq,., accompai      .   ~i
tance will be filled in the prder of receipt
POSITIVELY NO TELEPHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated   power  In   Vancouver and  New  We��l
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wedne-
day and Friday.     Special matinee for j
!��^__ and children. Saturdays at 2:30
r.m.
Commencing Monday, March _...
our performance will start at 7:35
sharp. Kaeh performance runs one
hour and SO minutes. Nothing but the
latest moving picture and illustrated
-eugg will be <m exhibition at the Edison theatre. Music will be furnished
by the New Westminster orchestra.
Don't fail to hear and see them
Admission, 10c.
F.  L.  KERR. Manager.
minster will  bt- the establishment of
a  number of large    industries  which
��� itjv now only waiting the completion |
'of thv power  works    to locate  here.
! Stave ;ake power menus an Immense
development  for Vancouvei- and  New
Westminster    industrially  and  in   numerous other directions this new jx��w-
er will be a great benefit to the peo-
pie of the lower mainland.
The Stave    Lake Power    Company
has issued instructions  to Its engin-;
ef is  to  begin    active    operations at
once on the completion of the works j
an.l the present summer will see the ,
employment of hundreds   of   men at
Children, 5c   S!;u" river' and  ,h" work wi1* "" *>  port
far advanced thai u.-xt winter will no;
A in, eting of the council was held
in the Municipal Hall on Friday, April
-nd. Tbe following members were
present. His Worship Reeve Byrne,
Councillors McGregor, Stride, Amos,
Hill and Silver.
Mr, Rob-rtson, of Robertson & Mackenzie,  addressed  the council  on  behalf of owners of   D. L.    LSI! and 110
and  requested the Boundary  road to
be extended from the end of the present road for about a mile to the inlet.
He staled they were clearing land of
stumps and opening roads shown cm
the subdivision and installing a coni-
��� plete sewerage system, and would also
j nave water, telephone- and light    The
[reeve stated the council would communicate   with   ih.-   government for
I joint action to be taken in ojn-niny; the
| road.
On motion the clerk was instructed
\fo notify the solictor   of   the Great
I Northern Railway thai the council ob-
;.iiv'.,j at the present time to the -ta-
tion at  Burnah-,   lak,^ being moved as
a settlement had been built up at the
I place and all the road- converged at
j thai    point        With    regard    to Mr.
| Ward's application  for  road  through
I). L iu. the   road   foreman was In-
! structed t<�� slash out a line and re-
Crystal Xheatre
The  latest   and   mos;   up-to-date
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND  ILLUSTRATED SONGS.
P ���        nn.- change^  Monda*,,  W..I-
in   ���      ind Fridaj     Afternoon matin-
witness a discontinuance of operations
as in the past, because the buildings
will be erected by that time and the
instillation of generating apparatus
wi'l be possible without Interruption.
WOULD PERMIT CHINESE
TO ENTER PHILIPPINES
I to '
' . ,
ADMISSION  10c.
Evening
'   T   p.m
perform-
CHILDREN 5c.
MOW
me you Bbould g, t i i'i ol that
old furniture and pul in some new
goods.
We pay the highest possible prices
for second-hand goods and we aii
able to sell you almost an.i thing you
require in the way of furniture as \v il
as hundreds of other useful articles
new and second-hand. When you
want a square deal all around go to
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
Ban  Francisco, April 5.���Alexander
Sydney Lanier, assistant attorney-gen-
oral of the  Pn.... pines,    arrived  h' re
"ii  lb'   /'im. r Chivo  Main,  ,;n
ay    to WaSahlngton to urge the
i i .mi rn' i lilnese labor im<i the
id        Hi       quoted as su., lng thai
Filipinos un  nol Inclined to work,  Barj  repairs
and asserts that the chine;.,, are thi   which  tenders  bad  been  called
The clerk was instructed to write
tb. ii. c. k. Hailway requesting them
io paint the ln-.de of the stations on
the line.
Councillor Mill gave notice of motion to Introduce local Improvement
bylaw at ihe new meeting of the
council,
Specifications for clearing and grading the Hazard road and wink on the
Pol,- Lin,, road, near Deer lake, were
approved, and tender! wer,. called for
the work. The time for receiving
tenders for the Greenwood drive and
Pole Line mad near Johnston road
was extendi d to nexl meeting,
!���'. R, clover wrote asking for n ces-
to Pole   Line toad for
ml
only people who will pio\    "1       'I
i lance to dev< lop the i ountrj.
Just received���a shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters,   and   light  automatic niaciitn-
��ry.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  on  the Wheel."
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home  Paper,
Bridging  Hell Gate.
New Vork. A    I] .,       li is said thai
conferem e   ai    being   hold  lx tween
New   Haven   and     Pennsylvania   officials in reference io the construction
of a bi Idge over Hell Gate to neci
wiih  the two systems.      The eosi
the line across  Hell  Gate and Lon
Island i   :\ i.  placed al about $23,000,.
000.        New   Yoi hers must  hai..  n
complaining of   Charoug   teirj
too   slow,
ib" clerk waa Instructed to notifj him
accordingly,
Freeman Bunting wrote complaining
as io portion of (iiinii road  beini   under water and   the  road   fori man  was
Instructed to repair the road.
The council ihen adjourned,
EMBEZZLEMENT   OF
LARGE   AMOUNT   CHARGED
++++++++ + + + + + + + + + + + ��� + ���+++ + ++++++��� +++ + 4444444444*4
New spring Goods tor| Lawn Grass Seed]
Ladies and Gentlemen!:
A beautiful line of material for
tailor made costumes and Buttings has
just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit and poo,i
workmanship.
AT
RYALL'S
DRLG
STORE
WING  YUEN:
PHONE 57.
��� ��� + + �������������������� <
Kwong   On   Wo 4.   Co.   BlocK.
Columbia   and    Mclnnes   Sts.
Phone .ri4.
P. 0. Be. ' 56
Fraser River Service
Sfcr. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on |
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SAT  '
URDAY.
at S a.m., calling at following ;��Din*.->:
Hammond, Haney,  Langley, Glen Vul-1
ley, Whonnock, Ruskiu, Sllverdale, Ni   :
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    Hi  V.
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumae ..ni
Chilliwack.     Returning   leaves   Chill.
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sun- '
day at 7 a.m.    Bxoellent    passenger
accomodation.   Lowest Freight ral
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO.,  Lti
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westminster
Spring Cleaning
A Blssell s carpet Sweeper
is a groat help to the housewife  In   Spring  cleaning  time.
We also have Jap-n- ac, Hap-a
lac, Liquid Veneer, etc., for
brightening up the iuinitine.
Call in and inspect our stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
 m =
GET YOUR SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel   3lock,   P.   O.   Be.      14,
New  Westminster.
Hotel Bull. Ai
Fourth Avenue and Mar'ci 8-r .
SEATTLE^
RATES ���""
Room $1 por day up,
Room and board $2.50 per day 1
F-oom with bath $2.50 per day �����
Room with bath an. board H P'-'
All  mtside rooi 'aD,
water, steam heat,
phone. 'Bus meet I   ":,J
CARLETON 0ILBEF     :'
Gets  Over  Smallpox  Scare.
Nanaimo, B. ('., April 6.- The embargo i'n public meetings in Nanaimo
i'upo < ; on account or a mild fo
smallpox will be lifted tomorrow   1
public    chools opened  today. Hi.
ease Laving  been  eradicated.
Washington, D. C, April 5.���Charged wiih having Obtained fGO.OOO by
false pretence ��� while engaged in bnii-
uvss at Hui ,c, Idaho. Roy M. Wright,
aged 86, B railway iwistal clerk, said
to be ii member of a prominent Ken-
tucky family, was arrested here today
' the request of ihe Boise authorities.
' iin ays thai the amount involved
'   onlj |600,
Canadians   Are  Careless.
Ottnwa,   Vpril    6, "Canadian
Commissioner    Bickerdlke ni  i;
thul  th,.  Belfast  I'li-ni
ol carele��sne is an I
ihe pari oi Canadian firms In roni.,
io communications,
Blackmailed   the   Bishop.
Sl.   Joseph,   MO.,   April   5     Kev    Fa-
i   Daniel   Pembroke,  formerly  In
n ���"    of st.    Patrick's    pari h ai
Marysvllle, Mo., was sentenced to six
monthB   in   Jail   l'or  sending   a   black'
hug  letter  10 Bishop  lllll'lte of the
81. Joseph  dloccso.
Beef, Mutton,
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD    BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westn.instgr
PHONE 101. TU��
;dav
APRIL
1909.
,$+4+0+
++++++++++]
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
���.     ^ Alderman Garrett Roigns
^Hsjijhl    ji       Seat at Council Board!-
Opportunity jj
PAGE SEVi_.\.
(Conti med ii
om page On,-
over Hem
.ut your
on
catalogue
order tor
Look
pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Trees, Plants- Bee .Supplies
Ko wm iy
I __M
delay, ol ���
.���PRESS THE   BUTTON,'
he could give
the compli tion of v
plantv Bee Supplies, etc.
to annoy you.
m | mnlgatlon. -Mo
you
WE DO THE   REST.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
offlceSi Greenhouses and  Seed
douses. 3010 Westminster Road,
i'1^ attention on
^^^^^^^^^^fro 11.
Considering Bylaws
Three   bylaws  nunc   up,   ,,���.  plumb.
K,',yl:;':' whicl-  **��� Quail.   .av���
^'����f  mprovem^t debenture guar-
ll"'"  bylaw' "d  the local  ���,���,:.,.
""'u ��-'"'-"i  bylaw, the la t a veryl
Important one, * :
T'".  l0cal   '��Pn��vemenl  bylaw is a
very Important one, and though it
be publish,-,i [_, iuii ]a!,
principal  clauses  deali
as  follows;     Thi
such   work    and
Honed In section
I Vancou
ver, B.C. Branch Nursery,
South Vancouver.
kkk, *����������������������������������� ++++++
will
��� Home of the
with  matters
'���"si ol constructing
Improi ments men-
_. -5,) ��f the Municipal
Clauses act as made applicable to the j
city of New  We.tmmste,   by section
2,!    of   "'"    municipal    clauses   ���-
amendment aci  1909, as are referred
to in this-    bylaw, shall    be assessed '
l"v"1'  a"'*  Elected   bj   means  of al
special rate   foi  locat    imp. .     . -
upon the land and real and u.  ���
l ��� V"l,"::._
' .Uitabl ���  mode  Of assc.-s
'   -   orted tons .he Cou
may from time to time determin
���  '     ''���        iso di als with appea
" work done under it, and
Wl11 ' yaw  of 1889, and th
ol 1905.
s���"''"i'vi McQuarrie, who was
'' ;":,;' "���l| ' ��� Vie matter was
u,:'"! '*'' again b ���,,,ii(i suggest the
insertion of a court uf revision. Con-
Biaeratlon of the law was then laid
over,
Wants Factory Site
" ''' ' mmittee will report
���� an application from Charles J.
King, of 1829 Pendei street, Vancouver, for a facto , |t( to ,���, leased
from the city. ___|
The treasurer's cash statement for
the three months, lanuary to March,
showed total receipts amounting to
$247^147.72, with a balance at the
Hank of Montreal of $22,142.09, Mayor
K<>ar-V Bal' l< tn ' be a matter of
congratulation to the members of the
Council to And such large receipts at
v e time of year,
Arising oui f an application of ibe
Westminst..,- Basefiall club for the use
FOR MEN AND BOYS
property Immediate]     ... -,,���,.., Lhere   ��f Queen's park oval this season, or
^ESTMINbTER
TRICT,
LANu     UIs
District of  Surrey.
Ite notl ''���   n,nIt
;u   api permission to
,,,..  [oil, cribed hind:
gbteacing     a post^planted where
|. , ,       ��� .��� ��� if    lot &06,
| lfl   (2), Ni n  W   -tmlnster dis-
rter section
, prolonged,   running    north  and
|:;. througl      Hon two ( .. town-
j-one (1); thence south 160 rods,
|ice vast 160 rod nee north to
c:_: . 10 v ���    outh   of the   before
ned southerly   boundary of lot
j group two O.   thence  easterly
lei to the said southerly  boun-
r of lot 505, group two (2), to a
t R2 rods north of the 49th paral-
' no:ill latitude;  thence west to
i water mark and 62 rods distant
the said 49th      ral ��� I  of north
ide: thence south 62 rod-; th .hy.
io the | olnl   ��� v re the southerly
E:'..r; ��� ( loi  50 ..  group two   (_)
thi :   ntloned *8th
���Del of north latitude; then follow
i said southerly boundary of lot
���--��� :   two (2),  to the' poim   of
ilng by ostimn-
i two  Hundred forty
!e _ ten,
���:���:   ��� ��� ���.      ���     ���������    u..  thl
d it; v pel - ���������     1909.
H  \":y t   THRIFT
lw
.VESTMiNSTER
TRICT.
LAND
DIS
:*_
j'..:.
:: '. e
10apply !,, :. ..
it of lan
underslgni d
'-.. ih,. 00m-
l ��� mission to
lands   in
undei
��Westmlnstei  ,.    .
pMMicing at 1 -   , ���,,.,,. ,.,,
1 lln'' (Pro .:,n n8 ea.-
I wesi between -   ������.,._ _evon (7.
'" *t (18), Intersecta the wast-
'bowidarj, of lot 505, group two
��� ��* Westmin ter dl trlctj thenoe
*'"'��� ' Jf "      ' ������ southerly afid
[""narlU-: to ._�� westerly and i
fl"} ****** '"' 'he said lotj
J ��o the centre 11 , (prolonged) run-.
Pnorth and so,,.I, uiorugh seel,,,,;
*������� ����*n. hip one ,1,, .New;
l^r  district;    thence   south'
���**. thence easterly parallel with;
'Tjwith.rl, boundary of the
1_th . .  !a a |,oilu immediately
' Nat vnere the centre
v  or west
ftI81"'1"1       ''   (1��>'    ">l��"*f
*'��i"r nnri.  .,
IWlt... '' '   llorth alon��
id '���       of said lot 605
nt,. im,. of'
md  northerly
b>'     ______________________ ______________
When work is to I e carried out the
city engineer "shall a - rtaln and determine th.-   Bald   woi !���   01 Improvements," and  having prepared a  plan
and estimate of expense "the city engineer and  city  assessor  shall,  after
such plan  has been    made and certified, conjointly ascertain    and  determine the proportion in which the as-
vs. mem is to be made on the various
portions of the bind <>r real or assessable  properly,  so benefited,  and   -hall
make a jt-jnt report of all such  matters   to  th.e    Council,    which  report,
when  approved  and    adopted  by' the
Council, shall  be entered  by the city
clerk in a took kept for that purpose.
Nature of Work.
Th.. above n-ixirt is to contain   lai
W'luu bind on real or assessable prop-
erty will be Immediately benefited by
Uiv  proposed   Improvement,     lb)   The
probable  lifetime or deviation  of  the
improvement,    ic) An estimate of the
probable cost of the proposed Improvements and the amount thereof which
should  lie assessed against the property immediately benefited,    (di  The
various  proportions  in  which  the assessment should be made on the various jiortions of the land or real or as-
| se.-.able property so ben fited.
Another clause deals with the works
which may be dealt  wiiii, in addition
I to those specified:      (al The creating,
opening, or making o f a new street,
(b) The widening and extending, prolonging, constructing   or altering of
an existing public street, (ci Th,- pav.
lng   or   macadamizing,   or planking,
grading or leveling ..ny Btreet, lane.
lor  alby  or   bridge,  and  Other s.milar
, works.
Special jn-ovi .on is mad. for as-
' -.-.sin. in-.'gular or triangular plots of
��� ground.
Means of Assessment.
Another clause (16) reads: When-
i ever under this bylaw it is deter-
j mined to assess land or real or assessable property with the cost of main
j or common sewer, or a local improve-
! ment. and the assessment cannot be
1 equitably adjusted and    made on the
} ring $23 toward cost of mainte-
' nance, a reporl will be brought In on
the whole matter of letting the oval
for games. The race unci, will also
be improved.
A motion '���'��� ;...- vl V) appoint a
man to supervise tin work of replacing the dyke on Lulu Island, the cost
of his time being charged up to the
manufacturers altering the dyke.
Miscellaneous.
The market clerk, U. )���'. MacKenzie,
reported that, the receipts for the
month of February were $179.70.
F, McCuflin. corner of Fourth street
and Ninth avenue, asked for a sidewalk, claiming urgency, saying applications had been granted his neighbors while his request had been refused. Three others joined in the re-
juest. The application will be dealt
with by the board of works.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries. Ltd.,
asked for instructions with reference
to the planting of an acacia hedge at
Queen's park reservoir, for which negotiations have been in progress.
Aldermen Henley and Johnston were
named a special committee to act.
C. S. Ferriss, who is building across
the Lulu island city boundary in the
Municipality of Richmond, asked for
the extension of the city water pipe.
The water committee will report.
LATEST
STYLES
IN
AMERICAN
HATS
$3.00 AND $3.50.
This week we will
notable collection in
SPRING SUITS at a
lar price-
offer
a
'S
popu-
This price is no indication of
the quality. NOBODY ever
bought such Suits before for
so little. Plain and fancy
fabrics, handsome striped
fabrics, in all proper colors
and all sizes, at $15 to $20.
MEN'S
NEGLIGEES,
THE
VERY
LATEST
$1.00, $1.25. $1.50 $2.0C.
Acme Clothing Co.
(LIMITED)
CANNIBALS THINK
BURIALS WASTEFUL
Bagishu Have Highly Cultivated Land,
but  Eschew  Clothing   of Any
Kind.
The Misses Connor and McQuarrie are
having a special
EASTER SALE
OF
Ladies' Hats and
Millinery
THE   LATEST  STYLES.    THE  LATEST       SHADES.        THE       LATEST
SHAPES.     ALL     GOING  AT   A   REDUCED   PRICE.
Real Rose Hat Pins. Real Carnation Hat Pins.
Real Violet Hat Pins.
$1.00 Each  and Up
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Connor and McQuarrie
261 COLUMBIA STREET.
+���*.   _��.
'M~I~r"I*,r*_*-*_*T
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor Store
CHOICEST   WINES,   BRANDIES,
ALES AND  STOUT.
���'
,tid   westerly
rdar-' lln, of ,
,:  'Mr-sL-
I  .;
fe:,yT':,,,,       ������ W, LEESON
r     ���*     I        lltr.Tr.l'.a        .
^IV'lt
'"���  lot  .05 to the
'���''aiiiini- by estl
"������-���  or  ]eag.
H. C Fohni-
THRIFT
ML* Montreal
FAMILY  TRADE  A  SPECIALTY.
P, 0. Box 184
FRONT  ST.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Phone S.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./
Loudon, April ,".���,v surprising account of a trip through Central Africa
is given in a report by Hesketh Bell,
irovernor of Uganda, just issued by the
colonial office.
"My trip through the Bagishu country,'' be writes, "filled me with amaze-
ment. We trawled for lour days
through enchanting scenery and traversed a country the like of which is
pr-olably not to be seen In any other
part of Africa. It is no exaggeration
to say that over 80 p<er cent of the land
is tinder cultivation.
"So clearly and neatly marked are
the boundaries of all the plots that
the country reminded me of th_ vineyards of Switzerland or of  Southern
France,
"Not only do the Bagishu e-cnew
clothing of any -���ert���their district is
called lliiki-di,; the Land of ibe Naked
People��� bul they are addicted to can-
niballsm of a particularly revolting
kind. They do not hunt and kill peo-
nle K>r the sake of their flesh, but they
consider that burial Is a wanton waste
of food. Tho population numbers
 ,000.
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Ratos on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
of
I Jackson & Morrison ii
����� ��t
.. Daily News Block. A
. ���     New Westminster. Phone 388    ������
T , *T i  I
^..j..j..?..r..-..J.^..J. .J..j..j..]..!..j..?..?..j..j. j jfr.
Manatacturert and Dtatert in All .mc
^WWSM
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
t
. mt
Choice  H
ams
18<
AT THE
Ki-T^u.ii.:r,
PlTAl
VERVE
Bnu, i,,
|Hfoi���..
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���
1817.
114,400,000.00
11.000,000.00
Can uin
London,
^^^^^^^^^^^   ii.ul
. '^UH-n    '"    L��ndon'   Eng.
���S.,\  ���,���;:"'" "'���"���".���I Spokane,
Nn��� M      "'v   Ag
K,.( ..ansacted.8
1,11  Issued
1"'U.,..
i,nil
^^^^     l.et-
uvallable with
11 Mi'is of   the
'      '"""I  -Depositi
m " ���������
���*��_ |��� nk
Hint,.-,,;,;11   '    *l  und upward,
1 T0lal ;r" -' I	
���UWw__. M8.000.000.00.
'���"ffiZ'���"*rH'
���"'"���K.  Mimiiger
far.
CIS,'
KI Sin
up.
Sllv,r   Watches,   gents'   open
$6.00.
su vr Watches, genu'   open
17.50 up.
Agent     fur     Wnlthani     and
watches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Cro.  Adams.  Grocer
KING OFFERS PRIZE FOR
BEST AERIAL ES!
A*.
'���eni. per
NEW8   ���coiumB ,f thi DAILY I
���M��ninfl Pap,r> 11
CgOKSLEY'S
: Picture: _
POST CARDS
AUK  NOW  ON  SAL,*- aT
M. MOREY'S  STATION
New York. April 6.���Details of the
offer of a prize of 15000 by Kins Leopold, of Belgium, to the author of the
he i description ol "the passage of
aerial navigation, and the host means
to encourage it,"' have been received
in    New   York.      The   competition Is
open to all nationalities,    All manu-
scripts must he sent to th-e minister of
science and arts at Brussels. Competitors may write ln English, Fre'tich.
C���-nn,in. Italian, Spiinlh, Portuguese
or Flemish.
Three Belgians and four foreigners
are to comprise the jury, which will
judgo the essays. After being selected
th,. winning article is lo be published
during the year following the year In
which the prise Is awarded,
Cape Breton Miners' Strike.
Sydney, N. S., April    5.���Four hundred miners at the Port Hood collier-
ERV STORE
R    qivAN,    F.   men Huu-r- uu 111.  ron  Jiooa uwiw
J.   Q.   GAMON S Ciu�� >nd        stnick }.e8terd,ly f0��� ^ in(,p-nSP in
MACKENZIE'S   DRUG   8TOH The mines nre idle.
''THE FAIR,' Columbia 8treeu
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avento
PHONE 170.
���OWELL * ODDr. Proonstora.
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the steamer
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at il p.m. l'or Ladner,
Wcsthuin Island and way ports. Saturday at 'Z p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturduy evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham   Isiand
every week day mordlng, except Friday, at 7a.m., and Ladner 7.45 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham Island 6 a.m.
and Ladner at 0:45 a.m.
Additional    trli)   Monday   morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule    subject    to  change
without notice.
For freight and p:iss*pnsor rates apply to
ROBERT .TARD-NH,
Manager.
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne,   R. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie &Co.
FI.OUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT STREET
FOR    PLUMBING,
HEATING,   TINNING
WARE, GO TO
AND    GENERAL    HARD-
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
|Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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WE ARE USIflG PURE CANADIAN MILK Ilf
f        Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, e��<
io wan s
Co wan V Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS Uf
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
LACROSSE LEAGUE
IN THE OKANAGAN
Four-Team League Proposed
��� Medals Offered Vernon
Players-Hard Conditions.
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Play Ball
Rubber Balls from 5c up
Lacross* Sticks 35c up
Ease  EaMs 10c up
Sieves _nc! '-li'.-s 46c Up
Bats 20c up
Masks,    _ody  Protectors;   etc,
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Slave Lake Power
Is Now Assured
(Coniiniied  from  Page One.)
turned and Mr. McNeill states that
he has reason to believe that other
.Astern Canadian interests will not
be long in joining in the building up
oi D-iti-l. Columbia,
C.  II. Cahan, one of lhe for.most
lawyers of Montreal and Halifax, rep-
At ti meeting' of the Vernon Lacrosse
club, presided over by S. A. Shatford,
called for the purpose of considering
the advisability of forming a league
of the teams of tbe Okanagan valley,
communications were read from En-
derby, Kelowna and Armstrong, stating their willingness to enter into the
.scheme. Aft.r some discussion it was
decided to form a league of the Armstrong. Vernon, Kelowna and Enderby
| teams, if the latter can get a team together. Each team will be requested
to appoint iwo delegates to meet at
Vernon uu April 13 for tlio purpose
of drawing up Hilt*, find bylaws? and
arrailgv III*, schedule of games. The
secretary was also instructed to write
the coast league for a copy of their
rules and regulations to give the com-
mittee  material  from  which   to  draw
resents the big eastern Canadian cap!
ta'ist-a  n-iw  identified with  the Stave j up rules of their own.
Lake Power    Company.     Mr. Cahan ]    It was announced that the Okanagan
will  be actively associated  with John j Agricultural Society would give a cup
Hendry, president of the Stave Lake i to be played for by the league teams.
Power Company, in tie- nianagem.nt
and direction of the affairs of this big
enterprise, For the purpose of looK-
ing over the ground and consulting
with  Mr. Hendry, Mr. Cuban Will a.
A communication was- read from Louis
W. Gould stating his willingness to
present the home team with medals.
The conditions on which the Could
medals   are   presented   are   that   the
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
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Vive   in  Vancouver    within   the  next  Vernon team is to win ail games play-
week or ten days. Although so active-  ed at home this year.   On.- draw will
i ly concerned In the undertaking, Mr.  be allowed, other draw games to be
j Cahan will not stay on the coast, but  forfeited.   The medal.-- will be present-
wji:   have  his  headquarters  in  Mont-Jed  to the  boys  playing In  the  most
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
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The American OLIVER visible writino Ca
other first-class machines car, do  -
and more.
nas
first-class mar.in
A  cash  price .ind on tin
improvements equal to   other
and   more
direct   agents.
one price.
Sole
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Oot.
NEWS DEALERS
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iPENNSYLVAMA SMITHYICMl
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers _ Pre��_on
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
P. O. Box 345. Phone tOS,
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and
Songs.
THE  LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON. j
Program changed Monday. Wednea-i
day and Friday.     SpeciaJ matinee for i
!_^>��_ and children, Saturdays at 2:30 ���
real. Mr. Cahan was managing director of the Mexican Light & Power
Company up to the time that concern
passed under different control. He
has successfully conducted very large
works of a nature similar to that or
the Stave Lake Power Company.
Th. Interests which Mr. Cahan represents comprise some of thv great
financial and business men of Montreal. The trustee of the bonds of tn"
Stave Lake power Company is the
Ro-Tal Trust Company of Montreal,
the transfer agent und registrar is the I
Montreal Trust & Deposit Company,
and the bankers are the Hank of.
Montreal. !
It I. freely predicted that one great j
result of the advent    of    Stave  lake j
Illustrated  power in Vancouver and  New  West- j
'minster will  be the establishment  of
a  number of large    industries which '
are now only waiting the completion I
of thv power  works    to locate  here.
Slav.- pike power means an Immense
development for Vancouver and  New
Westminster   Industrially and in  nii-
games throughout the season.
BURNABY COUNCIL.
PjCommencing   Monday,    March   29���|���erous other direction., this new po*.
our performance   wiM   start    at 7:33!' '   " " "  '"   lf   '"'"
sharp.      Each  performance  runs one
hour and SO minutes. Nothing but the
latest moving picture aud illustrated
>(ings w-ill be on exhibition at the Kdi-
son theatre. Music will be furnished
by the New Westminster orchestra,
fwin't fail to hear and see them.
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c
F. L. KERR, Manager.
Crystal Theatre llT".
pie of the lower mainland.
The Stave Lake Power Company
has Issued instructions to its engineers to begin active operations at
once on the completion of the works
and the present summer will see the
employment of hundreds of men at
Stave river, and the work will be so
far advanced that next winter will not
witness a discontinuance of operations '
ns In the past, because the buildings
wi
generating apparatus
possible without interruption.
A meeting of the council was held
lit the Municipal Hull on Friday, April
_nd. The following numbers were
present. His Worship Reeve Byrne,
Councillors McQregor, Stride, Amos,
Hill and Silver.
Mr. Robertson, of Robertson _ -Mackenzie, addressed the council on bo-
half of owners of D. I.. 186 and 110
and requested the Boundary road to
be extended from the end of the present road for about a mile to the inlet.
He stated they were clearing land of
stumps  and  opening roads  shown on
I the subdivision and installing a com-
I
i plete sewerage system, and would also
j nave water, telepbon. and light.    The
i reeve  stated   the  council  would  communicate    with    the    government for
joint action to be taken in opening the
road.
On motion the clerk w.is instructed
ro notify the solictor of the Great
Northern Railway that the council objected at the present time to the station at Burnaby lake being moved as
a settlement had been built up at th��
place and all the roads converged at
that point.. Willi regard to Mr.
Ward's application for road through
I). L. lu, the road foreman was in-
strueted to slash oui a line and report.
The clerk was instructed to write
the B. c. E, Railway requesting them
tations on
to paint  tlie in-ide oi  ih
b��. erected  bv that time and the    ,
��� . the line.
tion    of
The  latest   and  mosi   up-to-date
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND   ILLUSTRATED SONGS.
Programme changed Mon,lav W..I-
ni i . and Friday. Afternoon matinees from 2 to' 5. Evening performance   Clin:;, nv .,   ,u    7   p.m
ADMISSION  10c.
CHILDREN 5c.
WOULD PERMIT CHINESE
TO  ENTER PHILIPPINES
San Francisco, April 5.���Alexander
Sydn.y Lanier, assistant attorney-general of the Pn,.., pines, arrived here
today pn the steamer Chiyo .Maru. mi
,'n- way to Washington to m^<- the
admission of Chinese labor into the
islands. He is quoted as Baying that
tlie Filipinos are not inclined u> work,
and asserts that the ('bines,, are the
only people who will prove of n a"
.stance to develop the country.
NOW
Is the time you Bhould g, t rldol thai
old furniture and put In some new
^oods.
We pay the highest possible prices
for sniinil-halid goods and we are
able to sell you almost anything you
require, in the way of furniture as w< ii
as hundreds of oilier useful articles,
new 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, and light automatic niactun-
��ry. ,
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man on  the Wheel."
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTI8E
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
Bridging Hell Gate.
.\,w- Vork. April 5. -"It is said thai
conference- are being bold between
New Haven and Pennsylvania officials in reference io tlie construction
of a bridge over Hell Gate to connect
with the two systems. The eosi ol
ih,- line across Hei] Cai,. and Long
Island City is placed al about $25,000,-
000. New Voikcrs must have bei n
complaining of   Charous    ferrj  being
too    .-1(H\
Councillor Hill gm-e notice of motion to Introduce local Improvement
bylaw at the next meeting of the
council.
Specifications for clearing and grading the Hazard road and woi k on the
Pole Line road, near Deer lake, were
approved, and tenders were called for
the work. The time for receiving
tenders for the Greenwood drive and
Pole Line road mar Johnston road
was extended to nexl meeting.
F,  R, l Hover wrote asking  for v oes-
iii'..  repairs   to Polo   Line road for
which  tenders  had  ben  called, and
as-1 the clerk was Instructed to notifj him
accordingly.
Freeman Bunting wrote complaining
as lo portion of (limn  road  being  under water and  the  road   for. uian  was
Instructed  to repair the road.
The council ipen adjourned,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
m**ssjmn^mm
bifflce 'Phone 18&.     Barn '-_cn. 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   de_rvered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
New Spring Goods
JUST  ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material you   w^nt   for
suits made to order.    Perfect fit ���.-.!:>'���-
anteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. 0. Box 634. New Weilminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
Horse Sho
April 21, 22, 23 and 24.
RESERVED  SEAT  SALE. VANCOUVER OPERA HOUSE. North Box
Season Tickets on!\
General Sale	
Vprll
ii, to id
' pri)
PRICES:
lgood for aM performances
Season   tickets
EVENING���
p.rat two rows 	
.Next  two  rOWS   	
Last  four rows	
AFTERNOON���
First  two  tows.   	
Balance unreserved    ,
Chlldr.-n  	
Mdl orders addressed to k. H. Rlckettt
tance will be filled in the order of receipt
POSITIVELY  NO TELEPHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED
Esq., accompai ���
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New Spring Goods for
Ladies and Gentlemen
A beautiful line of mat*>ri.i for
tailor made costumes and Buttings has
just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit and coo.i i
workmanship.
WING  YUEN
Kwong  On  Wo &  Co.  BlocK.
Columbia   and    Mclnnes   Sts.
Lawn Grass Seed]
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
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Phone 54.
P. 0, D<'_ 665.
Fraser River Service
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on |
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SAT '
URDAY.
at S a.m., calling at following ; .inta:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskln, Silver dale, ,\;
Lehman,   Matsqui,   .Mission,   Hi v.
Dewdney, N'icomen Island, Sumas ..n_
Chilliwack.     Returning   leaves   CbllU
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 a.m.    Excellent    passenger
accomodation.   Lowest Freight rates,
WESTERN    STEAMBOAT    CO.,   LU
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westminster
Spring Cleaning
A Blssell'a Carpet Sweeper
is a great help to the housewife  In   Spring  cleaning  time.
We also have .lap-a- ae. Hap-a
lac, Liquid Veneer, etc., f<>r
brightening up the fumiturt,
Call in and Inspect our stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
GET YOUR SPRING SUIT AT
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel   Block,   P.  O.   Brx  6-14,
New  Westminster.
Hotel Butler Anr
Fourth Avenue and Mar'ci 8tr*
SEATTLE^
RATES!
Room $1 p-r day up.
Room and board $250 pr Hi ��l
r..om with bath I2J0 per W "j
Room with bath an. board J*-P��r
All
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mt  .d, ((|
rater steam '
Phon.    Mi    i      ' '    '
CARLETi   -
Gets Over Smallpox Scare.
Nanaimo, B, C, April 6.���The embargo on public meetings in Nanaimo
Imposed on account, of a mild form ol
smaHpox will be lifted tomorrow, Th,.
public schools opened today, thi
��� a- having been eradicated,
EMBEZZLEMENT   OF
LARGE   AMOUNT   CHARGED
Washington, D. C. April .,. Charg-
Jed with having obtained $60,000 by
false pretences while engaged In business at Boise, Idaho, Hoy M. Wright,
aged 'M, a railway postal clerk, said
lo be a member of a prominent K.en-
tucky family, was arrested here today
al the request of the Boise authorities.
Wright says thai the amount Involved
is only $r,(in.
Canadians   Are   Careless.
Ottawa,  April    6.���Canadian T i
Commissioner   Bickerdlke al  Bi
thai   the   Belfast   buslni
1 In ol vnclessness and d I
(he pori of Canadian firms In repi-
to communications,
Blackmailed   the   Bishop.
St. Joseph,  Mo., April  5.���It. v.  Father   Daniel   Pembroke,   formerly   In
h ii ..��� of St. Patrick's parish at
Marysville, Mo., was sentenced to six
months in jail for sending a blackmailing letter k> Bishop Burke of the
St. Joseph diocese.
Beef, Mutton,
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
SOLD   BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. T-E
SDAY\
APRIL
1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
iW*��~~~~"'| Alderman (iarreit Resigns
fhfcjsj!*    |       Seat at tuuncil Board
Opportunity j ___
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ontlnued  I
���rn Page One.)
i catalogue
Bd I; .     out your order for
Loot
li" could give
the compli tion ��� i
Coast
pa_it'c
Tested Seeds
. Pa Plants, ii ���  Supplies, etc.
annoy you.
No
H'iD.I!
inure guar-
loca]  Improve-
il"' last a very
Jv!.':>-' '"n,i0n
__a
���sofcusl
BUTTON,"
y0U "PRESS THE
WE DO THE  REST
HENRY'S:
Nurseries
Offices, Greenhouses and  Seed
3010 Westminster Road,
B.C   Branch Nursery,
his attention on
roll,
Cons,de, in. bylaws
Three  bylaw,  .ami    ,P|  ,,���.  p| ���,���,,.
| lng bylaw, which  was Anally parsed,
���the local improvemeni deb,
antee bylaw, an |  tin
ment  general
important om .
Tlle local   Impr menl  bylaw is a'
very important one, and though it will j
be published in full later, some of the
principal clauses  dealt  with mattes
as follows:    The cosl       constructing
such work    and    Improvements men-!
tiomd In section  _..,; ot ,,.. Munlclpa)
Clauses act as made applicable to the
city of New  Westminster by Bection |
23    of   the    municipal
clauBes act
are refined
houses.
Vaticouve
South Vancouver
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WESTMIN!jTER
TRICT.
LAN.
U lo-
Is.
District of  Surrey.
j     I.    Il.ntt
t ,    ,   ,.   . permission to
1.tli-      ��� cribed lkntl:
y       . at a post planted where
southerly bound i !>   of    lot &06,
_,. New  \\    'minster dis-
quarter section
prolonged,   running    north  and
| ction two (2), town-
jone (Dl thence south 160 rods,
)., ,_ ��� nee north to
loin: 200 feet  south  of the before
fctioned Boutheriy   Ixumdary of lot
group two i.i:   thence easterly
���allel io the said southerly  boun-
|ij of lot 505, group wo (2), to a
; rods north of the -19th parallel north latitude;  thence .'west to
i nter niark and 62 rods distant
the said 49th parallel of north
I... mtli 62 rods; thenc
���t to the point where the southerly
���Hilary of lot 505, group two 12)
V:- the "*��� '������-��� utioiK'd 4ytli
���Del ���' north latitude; then follow*.
|the said south-rlj- boundary of lot
.-��� ;��� two i to ii'e polni of
���racemem ning by ostlma.
i two  Hundred   an I    forty    cn a
|t. oi WSJ.
ba'��d at White  Rock   B. C, thi
pd div of February, ��� i09,
H' V'aY T, THRIFT.
|W WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
_*,ND    DIS
amendment act 1909, as
to in this    bylaw, shall
levied,  and  collect   |   bj   means of a
special rate   for locai    Improvemeni i
upon the land and real and a.-  ���
property imiwdi it, 1     ...,-..
by.
When work is to I >��� , arried out the
city engineer "shall ,, ; a-n ;lIlll ,|0.
termini, the said work or Improvements." and having prepared a plan
and estimate of expense "the city engineer and city assessor shall, after
such plan has been made and certified, conjointly ascertain nnd determine the proportion in which the assessment is to be made on the various
portions of the land or real or assessable property, so benefited, and shall
make a jqint report of all sue. matters to the Council, which report,
when approved and adopted by the
round], -hall be entered by the oity
ck-rk in a took kept for that purpose.
Nature of Work.
The above report is to con lain ial
Wh;u iand on real or assessable property will be Immediately benefited toy
thi- proposed improvement. (In The
probable lifetime or deviation of the
improvement, (c) An estimate of the
probable cost of the proposed Improvements and the amount thereof which
should lie assessed against the property immediately benefited, idi The
various proportions in which the assessment should be made on th��* various |iortions of the land or real or assessable property bo bem flted.
Another clause deals with the works
which may be dealt with, in addition
to those specified: (a) The creating,'
opening, or making o f a new street.
(b) The widening and extending, pro-
Inn- ng, constructing or altering of
in existing public street, (cl Th,- paving or macadamizing, or planking,
grading or  leveling ..ny  Btreet,  lane,
fronti        , barge or rate,
1     equitable mode of assese-
'       ���   i".| to as ilie Coiiii-
'- ������-���������      time to time determine.
1 ' ���'���  ���������'   i deals with appeals
"ik done under it, and
wlli '������ ��� yaw of 188S. and the
amendinen   o|  L905
;   McQuarrie, who  was
���esent, ,,.,   ,,lc matter was
taken up again h would suggest the
!' ��� Ion of a court uf revision. Consideration of the      ; lw was then laid
OV'.-r.
Wants  Factory   Site.
The ii- mittee  will  report
"" an application from Charles .J-
King, of 1829 Pender street, Vancouver, for a facto . it, to be leased
from the city.
The  treasurer's , ash  statement  for
the three months, January to March,
bowed   i.riil   ���,,. amounting to
%���>17,147.72, with a balance at the
Hank of Montreal i : J22.142.09. Mayor
Keary said it mm i be a matter of
congratulation to the tnemb iv of the
Council to find such large receipts at
be assessed,,,     ,. , B
i   ��� time ol . ear.
Arising out of an application of the
Westminster Uasefiall club fo ��� the use
o| Queen's park oval this season, ofr
} ring |2a I .'.ard cosl of mainte-
! nance, a repon will be brought in on
I the whole mv er of letting the oval
for games. 1 he rai ������ track wlll also
be improved.
A motion ��������� , ..- ed io appoint a
man to supervise the work of replacing the dyke on Lulu Island, the cost
of his time being charged up to the
manufactun rs altering the dyke.
Miscellaneous.
The market clerk, D. IV MacKenzie,
reported that the receipts for the
month of February were   .179.70.
1'. McCuflin, corner of Fourth Btreet
and Ninth avenue, asked for a sidewalk, claiming urgency, saying applications had been granted his neighbors while his request had been refused. Three others- joined in the re-
juest. The application will be dealt
with by the board of works.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.,
asked for instructions with reference
to the planting Of an acacia hedge at
Queen's park reservoir, for which negotiations have been in progress.
Aldermen Henley and Johnston were
named a special committee to act.
C. S. Ferrl-S, who is building across
the Lulu island city boundary in the
Municipality of Richmond, asked for
the extension of the city water pipe.
The water committee will report.
or all.y or bridge, and other Bhnllar
p��e notice undersigned | works.
ph to applj the oom-1     Special    provision is mad,' tor aa-
|" :���  permission to | .,.ssj���g irregular or triangular plots of
ground.
Means of Assessment.
Another clause 116) reads: Whenever under ibis bylaw ii is determined to assess land or real or assessable property with the cost of main
or common sewer, or a local improvement, and the assessment cannot be
adjusted and    made on the
CJUU_B_LS THINK
BURIALS WASTEFUL
Bagishu Have Highly Cultivated Land,
but  Eschew Clothing  of Any
Kind.
undi _ .|   lands  In
��� v. tmin
MH-n-ncing at a point  where the I
P" Hue [pro , mn ng ens. I
I we.., betwei ���.      tioua seven (7) |
-dphteen (18), int, rsectg the west-1
iciDdary of lot 505, group two j
Westmin ti. district; thence
',.
bU'rl: i Jf"t. thence southerly and ,      ., , .
JHrmiie] u, . ������im���..!..-.
boundar.
, n?. westerly and I
of  the  said   lot
}�� tte centre line (prolonged) run-j
[north and south tnortigh section ���
'), :o*n. hip   one    (1).    New;
Mduter 4UtrtCt;   tlu,nce   south
��� thence easterly parallel with
i m southerly boundary of  the !
i I ciiiu  immediately j
|ln "���'���'"' point wnere the centre;
I. east or west j
���J?    '  :' (10),   intersect,
y""n^- thence north along:
. :   of said lot 506 i
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
Liquor Store
CHOICEST   WINES,   BRANDIES,
ALES AND  STOUT.
I lhe
'<"""*���        '���' v'���tr..line of
ct. high-water
�� . '���",no" ind northerly
and   westerly
r'l   V     '        '  lot r,05 to the
'    ilng,byeBtl.
or  less.
J?""1 B.c,t.hru.
V.Yt .'n,        i:  w  LEESON.
r ntiai,;   Sge_t
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Phono 8. P. Q. Box 184
FRONT  ST.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
* of Montreal
-,      WTAmJ8..KD 181
F*PlT._
Nrve !.;;;
B '    ������������
ft A MH; Chle���� and Spokane,
Na,    "' ' ������'<���:    A genera)
English Watchmaker
Loudon, April 5.���a surprising account of a trip through Central Africa
is given in a report by Hesketb. Bell,
governor of I'ganda. just issued by the
colonial office.
"My trip through the Bagishu country," he writes, "filled me with amassment We trawled for four days
through enchanting scenery and ira-
versed a country the like of which Is
probably not to be seen in any other
part of Africa, lt is no exagx-'t'ailon
to say that over 80 per cent of the land
Is under cultivation.
"So clearly nnd neatly marked are
the boundaries of all the plots that
the country reminded nie of the vineyards of Switzerland or of Southern
fiance.
"Noi only do the Bagishu eschew
clothing of any s��rt���their district is
called Buki-Ui,,' the Land of the Naked
People��� but they are addicted to cannibalism of a particularly revolting
kind. Tiny do not hunt and kill people for the sake of their flesh, but they
consider thai burial ls a wanton waste
of food. Tho population numbers
100,000.
fllCe
case
$14,400,000.00
11.000,000.00
Canada   and
���o'ldon.  Eng-
ier
l''.rr,
|*0rM
01 e.   ,,,
;iisil,    ,.
wnd.
in noted
������||'   uvallabl-
,
parts  of
Let-
with
thn
win.
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12./**
up.
Silver   Watches,   gents'   opei
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents'   open
$7.50 up.
Agent     for     Waltham
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Tu*o  door,  from   Ceo. Adam,. Grocer
1    Elgin
I  IN".^' "���'""""iil-D-.p-t-its
Um,., .      a <'���  It  and upward,
!>v
T��ai a,.
new wp '       W8.ooo,ooo.uo.
-E8T��'NSTER BRANCH.
D B*YMJ.BR, Manager!
V��UR a.
IShth.. ,    lAl l0 th" Public
*��*m* THI DAILY
QOOKSLEY'S
: Pictures
POSTCARDS
KING OFFERS PRIZE FOR
BEST AERIAL ES5A*i
New York, April 5.���Detail, of the
offer of a prize of $5000 by King Leopold, of Belgium, to the author of the
i���. | description of "the passage of
aerial navigation, and the best nn-ans
to encourage it,"" have been received
in New York. The competition Is
open to all nationalities. All inanu-
sorlpta "'tist l e sent to th. minister of
science and arts at. Brussels. Competitors may write In English, Fre.ich.
German, Italian, Spanl-h, Portuguese
oi- Flemish.
Tine,- Belgians and four foreigners
ar,, to comprise the jury, which will
judge iln- essays. After being; selected
[he winning article is to be published
during the year following the year In
which the pri.v Is awarded.
FOR MEN AND BOYS
LATEST
STYLES
AMERICAN
HATS
$3.00 AND $3.50.
This week we will offer a
notable collection in MEN'S
SPRING SUITS at a popular price-
This price is no indication of
the quality. NOBODY ever
bought such Suits before for
so little. Plain and fancy
fabrics, handsome striped
fabrics, in all proper colors
and all sizes, at $15 to $20.
MEN'S
NEGLIGEES,
THE
VERY
LATEST
$1.00, $1.25. $1.50 $2.00.
Acme Clothing Co.
(LIMITED)
The Misses Connor and McQuarrie are
having a special
EASTER SALE
OF
Ladies9 Hats and
Millinery
THE   LATEST   STYLES.    THE   LATEST      SHADES.        THE      LATEST
8HAPES.     ALL     GOING  AT   A   REDUCED   PRICE.
Real Rose Hat Pins.
Jeal Carnation Hat Pins.
Real Violet Hat Pins.
$1.00 Each  and Up
S
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Connor and McQuarrie
261 COLUMBIA STREET.
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Ratos on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Dally News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Diateri in AU Kina   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe��.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doors,
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock .or Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
.J..J..J....Vvv%"I�� ��j~|���J��j��j.��j����_'��5����J<-.f. [ �����
Choice  Hams  18c
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Klghth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 170.
���OWELL A ODD., Prooristor*.
hew8.
AUK NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S  STAT.ONERV  I
J.   G.   GAMON'S CIGAR
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG
"THE FAIR," Columbia 8tr��e
DIVAN,   f.
STORE   a**1
Cape Breton  Miners' Strike.
Sydney, x. S., April 6.���Four hundred miners at the Port Hood collier-
i,... struck yesterday for an Increase In
wages.    The mines nre idle.
S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April Ihi the steamer
Transfer will leave ltrackmuii-K.r
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 8 p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island ..id way ports. Saturday at 8 pin., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham Island
every week day morning, except Friday, at 7a.m., ami Ladner 7-15 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham inland G a.m.
and Ladner at 6:45 ii.ni.
Addition.! trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at .", a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight nnd passenger rates apply to
KOHFRT .TAHDWra.
Manager.
Easterbrook   Milling Company,
Eburne,   R. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie & Co.!
.OUR ANI) FEED MERCHANTS.
New Westminster.
Telephone SSS.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++���+++++++++++
FOR    PLUMBING,   HEATING,   TINNING    AND    GENERAL    HARDWARE, GO TO
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
i Sole Agents ���������
A. JAMES.
J. McCLUGHAN.
+++++++++++++++++++++++������������������ 4+++++++4
wMMram
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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J*Y. APRtL
IHI.
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A TREMENDOUS
Money-
Saving
Opportunity
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THESE SUNNY DAYS AND
A SET OF
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.
INMATES OF MUM
THREATENED BY FIRE
-MmffiasSMW^Hgro^
Flames    Destroy     Building     in   state
Institution in Oklahoma	
4,
Loss $75,000.
THE
I Anderson &���
Lusby
Columbia Street
'++++++++++++4
Woodward, Oi.la., April 5.���A blaze
starting from a prairie flre destroyed
several buildings of the state insane
asylum at Fori Supply yesterday.
Tin flre broke out in the laundry
soon after the noon meal, when the
(100 Inmates had been returned to
their quarters. Every effort was
made to conceal lrom the patients the
fact  that the    building was burning,
j hut a woman,  looking out of a win-
I dow, saw the flre and gave the alarm.
I Th. attendants   rushed    among their
charges und tried to pacify them.
J    The fire spread    from  the laundry
Public Supply Store
is simply selling out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
Ho! For Ladner
MOONLIGHT EXCURSION, SUPPER
AND CONCERT FOR $1.00.
On  Tuesday, ApriJ tj:h, at 6:30 p.m.
the    pharmacy    supply
building   to
building ami threatened the asylum
itself. It took hard work to save the
various ward building-, but so effective were tlie efforts of the fire fighters that these buildings were spared,
nnd there was no loss of life, such as
J STEAMER  TRANSFER 'was threatened,
'will  tmike a special    trip to Ladner*     A high wind made it seem for the
carrying passengers    for   the Gaul's j moment thai    the    whole institution
Una  Cantata  (45  voices),  and mixed
program
CONCERT
to he given at Ladner by the Queen's
Avenue  choir and  other  local  talent
���jv-ier the direction of Messrs.  T,  K.
arson an_ Wm. .licks,
The   steamer will   return  after
the
was doomed. The buildings destroyed
were  the stables,  laundry, pharmacy
and employees'    quarter^, The .'oss
is estimated at $ ._.0(.o.
DEPUTATIONS APPEAL
FOR BETTER HIGHWAY.
cert and supper, ...
Tickets f.8B \& bVtaln&d from F, Mc-
<_6fi._e���   ".Nig   store,   D.   S.   Curtis'
T-.      *tTAii      urnnf    n*n*_t_ i concert, about 12, -nidnight.
ii. you want <*ny-|$li00fOrtheround)trlPj1nolud,ng
thing in this line,
pr even jf you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us.   We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
con-
Thesehouseholdne-i Sewing Machines
cessaries will never j
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere
than at the
An important meeting of the **ee\*'
gt the mnicipalittej In the' district of
New Westminster Was held yesterday
to discuss the appropriations granted
for road maintenance at $e   recent
drug store, and from T   {..  Pearson, j sOSsion   of   the   logls-ativ.   assembly,
Dominion TYIist. There   were   gath.iini*;.   in   different ,
mm*m ~~    ~"~ i rooms at the court house, among those
present  being   Hon.   Thomas  Taylor, i
minister   of   public   works.     William'
Manson,  M.L.A.,   Thomas  Gifford,  M.
I.A., .lohn Oliver. M.L.A., F. C. Gam-;
ble, public works engineer, and John
Sprott, road superintendent.    Most of
the reeves, councillors and the municipal clerks were present,   One of th.- ,
matters 'dealt with wns the cut-off o{ *
the  Yale ���������_,. d at  Brownsville,  which '
j (received, favorable   notice   from   the. ���
public worts depanment.    This1 will
skill  .he ���ill ln_. _d of going over It. '
, as'at present, beputations which wai;
] ed oh the minister of public works
���fljera from Delta and Dewdney riding-,
while other municipalities have claims
to   urge.
I
(Singer and Wheeler & Wilson)
Talking Machines
i Victor iin(i  Edison)
RECORDS,   PJANOS.   ORGANS.
PUBUC SUPPLY STORES i
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
LADIES:
Bi-FORE HAVING THE GIRLS'
AND MISSES' SPRING AND
SUMMER DRESSES MADE UP,
HAVE A LOOK OVER OUR
STOCK���WE WILL BE ABLE TO
CONVINCE YOU THAT IT IS
CHEAPER TO BUY READY
MADE THAN TO MAKE THEM.
WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES J
UP TO 16 YEARS AND IN ALL J
PRICES.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION    '
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
COUNTY COURT CHAMBERS.
Hefore his honor Judge Howay yesterday:    in re Herbert P. Butterfleld,
An order for administration asked. : u
stood over.
Mlckleboro vs. John Walsh.    W. F.
Hansford   for  appellant,   A.  S.   .John-
I ston,  for W.  Norman  Hole, K. C.  for
respondent.   Order for security for I'm
'to be given to the satisfaction of the
j registrar.
Myers vs. Pagata nnd Mud. Mr.
j Johnston for W. A. Hole. K C, for
| appellant. W Myers Dray for rOsjiond-
!ent.    To tax co.!..    No order made.
PROF, TREVOR KINCAID
WILL GO TO  RUSSIA
New Wall Paper
JUST ARRIVED,
."io per ceni. off mi all remnants.
Seattle, April 4.���Prof. Trevor Kincaid, head of the zoology department
��� of the University of Washington, will
I sail from New York April 15 for Paris,
whence he will Journey i<> Russia in
search of a parasite which is the nn
: tural enemy of the gypsy moth. Prof.
Kincaid goes ns ;i special represents
live of the United States governmenl
I Hefore returning to Seattle, Proi
Kincald will visit Egypt nnd touch at
several points on the Black Sea.
NOTICE.
May Day Committee.
Owing   to   objections   being made
about this committee holding meetings
in the Hoard of Trad., room. City Ilnl I,
Dnanp  Railov _&��� M_*_Tav   '" "��pti"s called for Tuesday, April
uoane, oauey a mci_ay 6th>wfll be held ,nthe Columblftn
(Successors to B. W. Cook) I building.
Front    St.,  Dominion   Trust    Building.
\V. N. CARTY, Sec.
A. J. BIRTCM
-THE   WHITE. HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
k++++++++44++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Investment Snaps j
20 Lots, $140 Each, one-fourth     |
cash, balance easy terms.
LOOK THIS  UP.
��� nrciimrg F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. ffl
��� New Westminster, B. C,
... t *>**<>���*++++++++++t++++44   '. ***+++++++<.++++++++++*���+ 4
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Two Popu
Suit
We picture here two ot our smartest and most popular suits. Note Uie
graceful lines, the perfect fit, and th.- attractive mode of trimming. Suit-
such as these are to he procured from us exactly as shown in the cut
Many other popular styles are also <*>ii display. If uo style or material is
here to suit we will take your special order and we are making Bpecial
effort* to interest every woman In New Westminster In our special ordei
department.
Many customers are availing themselves of the Opportunity of selecting
from our range of sample clotha materials which appeal to their own _udr
ment, having them made In styles such as our up-to-date style books depict.
Our customers take no risks in having their suits made up In this way, We
guarantee the perfect fit of all suit.. We promise you perfection of work
and finish and are ready at any time to demonstrate to any woman the
advisability nnd ndvantage of this way of securing an up-to-date suit al
little cost. Visit the Ready-to-Wear department and see for yourself the
many model... now on display. Th, SUIT, COAT and SKIRT showing is a
special feature this week
Easter Millinery Opening
Display
No efforts are being spared to make our Millinery Department the on.'
place where wel] dressed women wlll'look for the most styli.h and attractlv.
beadwear. Kvery day has brought something new in the way of shapi
nnd various trimming novelties. Our milliner) staff Ims bee_ busy nlghi
��� md il;u in preparing an unusually large display of Easter bats. We an
nouace our display for this week .md invite every woman to visit the millinery section nnd view the splendid Hrmy of hut models. Place your Ordei
early nnd your hai  will be well trimmed and promptly delivered.
New Buttons and Trimmings
Our delayed Iot .of large buttons um]  fancy dress  trimmings jus'  In  bj
parcel *K>st.
S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
BBRS _JitlWW.WiJiiil>IT

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