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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW WESTMINSTER   -   ��
LITE
Or
A      JRANCE
WHITE,    rflLES & CO.
260 Cjoli  r ia St.   Phone 85.
ill CONCERT ON
ST. "PATRICK'S. DAY
. ..
Splendid B*opara Heard-
piL.v. Father O'Boyle Gives
patriotic Address.
.,,, -  '' Sl   P^rtck's
j |a��l evening-*) the
'".     .       * .���   u <-> celebrate the
,i d      Ifcurpi Kfiary
|';'d , , ,   With bis customary bon-
| ,   , contribute to the
���    . iijoyinent.
i n nothing to
'  ' amateur and
��� of the cltj  avail,
..   ,    Creq lent,
4, alihily   to   the
,'"\. v.i:ich   .lid   not
'       ���  '"'���
Lady Soloists.
,|i. wei; soprano
,.,.... to   the   besl   effect
,. | ,\:is i ntliiisia-
,,, ,i   - ach appearni a.
01   Did  Vou  Ne'er
..;, i; arney." was a ti a-
Mrs.  .1.   II.  Di...
moml  ���! .:: "Kathleen     Mnvourneen"
Kiti j    i success, and was a.s_oi iat-
ed la--: ��'it_ Mis. Alms  Lenny,,in a
duet,    lii- was Miss  Lestmy'a first
appar.ini-' on a pu lie p atform, and
liis to be 1 will be the earni st
ci [un Miss   A.   Lavery
jive a ,-. ndering of "The Last Hose
et Sun:..' ��� ' th !.. being thiii a num-
Rt'i '.ut no coiltral-
It
Male Voices.
A. i,    Williams also   Invored  with
hie ts. ��� bass vblc*   the  songs   hting
fcprapi ite to the BUbject celebrated.
To ���>'.'. re thi   Shamrocks Crow," hi-
wptmded wtli   "Asleep In  the Deep,"
a-i ��� | ���' nt j    j"iii. d  in   a
din.  I_e tenor tonga of F. Fflgiano
���treidn  iblj  rendered, particularly
T-tMIss-r-l Boy." Marth. w Knight,
*- iMrti      i   Alt   Johnston were
"'���' I .-��� last named elms,.
,fc'-'''' k.,'1,1 r  O'Prynn,"
ri �� ��� '    '     d        Mr    Morvs   gave
"Ror.' ''������ '       wl ii harp  imv.ii  i
Qeot
*"'������' "���'      ��� wi re quite up   to
the hlgb stau     . , icpected     Darcy's
orct('': . engaged! ami add-
'' eatiire's,   : arl ci-
.
11 *���* V,     \l, K.i..   with
''  ' am'., with the
LSaelic   -v
l?" -    md a
lor, ;
_____________u
*Jas!- Ail-n Peebles    l..,,i essayed
*���"���������� *ltb  Ills ,av-v,t,|e Idstru
" :' : "���    ���'������'- ��d not paoVe re
5tah**��l ���'������'- .nnd he I'l.n.'d un-
ft?*���**            boy   .-..owed   con-
vu-Ha,      t,i,ng   lH,
*
��� Tears.
iv.. i i'i..-
.'_���.. ..'. 	
WALKING AROUND
WORLD ON WA6_
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0, THUH
I'\Y MORNING.
MARCH 18,
_L
1909.
J    FIVE CENTS PER COPY.i
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i
Coquitlam Dam Case Adjourned.
Charles
Make
King is  Trying to
Terrestrial Tour in
Seven Years.
Seaftle; Manli 17���i!n.">i: with
liim nothing inivre ilang'-roii- Hiii'n a
pocket i-ani'-ra and attired in a khaki
suit and campaign hat, Chai e_ King
li-ii from Pioneer square at ti'VOn today for Sew Yoik iii>, tin .nt ��� lis-
i.uie.' :o be walked, and ������ I woney
earned .ii milt.'. King exp< Ct '������ finish
this leg of his '1'iiiiiiu ilie woii'i" walk
within  five  months.
King lit': I'oil Artliiu. M.i . p . ��� Ia,
May I. 1905, on a wagei ��� b a pub-
Huhlng house to wain, irum ____ point
to London. England, twice acrO.it? the
North American continent, from Montreal lo Vancouver, nnd f-OI_L_S_Jttle
to New York; from New ^ I* he Sails
| l'or i'.uenos Ayres and will walk Erom
there to Lima, Peru. Sailm-.; innii
Limit In- will g" to Melbourne; Australia, walking from inere to Sydn-y;
sailing ihence to Cap- Town lie wil
wnlk to Durbar, Tin- last lee: of the
walk will be aero��s .Japan, and King,
|tu win she wa.-'ir. IiUi.-t ..ui'iv.. at his
' destination, Pori Arihiir, "noi nt-r
than May 1. 1W_. Plciiir.K ni.it be
taken in route and siunatur.-- of .*.*ii 1 -
way or town officials al earth stop.
: King carries letters and books, with
many sign:i;ures.lnnd ppstoflise cancel-
ing stamps to show date and tin.e of
arrival  at   various   points
COLLEGE GIRLS TO
ENTEHTA1N THIS EVENING
Interesting   Program   Prepared  by  the
Young Ladies���Vancouver Students Here on Saturday.
contributed n  ��� il>
��� i     ,:...ir-   nnd'
Rei  ,
of much ni.iturer
m JM
gavv an* Inter.
""   I'fli   lilviN.     ii,.
i" those who,
fen- :,! '"an. of Irish
"V..V, :>������.
'  <      c
In  Ideals of tne
i U ��W mm
lr|sh Ideals
atliei O'ltoy
idr
fe him
Tin  young ladies at Co   ���" 'lan college have prepared the entertainment
ini' a ivy pleasant qyeq_MTi ifl -,10
gymnasi nn this .-\enlng. A. program
of eleven numbers will he rauil-red,
Including several planq stiln-a, thn-e
readings, a whi.-Uing solo, a win
solo. ;i piano QtjajIp-iPteJEjgh^hand
��� l piece w liieb^jP ce-s'.ati - tjli ilse,
of two iiLnfHP*rind ty fnusicat "It i I.
His ivt 3Pbe!.n?.'::?l.**f ':"un....r
on the p*i\bi&i.^3flVi t,v-n rTiflceiit
i the younic.Vt>men$_^nny��'%.-i<_ie of
college ��ffi_ttgm - "n-11 ';t;-
meats. -   .*   _ . J \
Preparations 'for SiS��fa^RSjl - " |.
erat'liuhdred _f_d��W���jir#-iMn_^Viai^��
for Saiurday. when tlie'Tiineonver
High ' school will vi.->it the local
school. Th-e- teams' that wftl rl -pre-
the colleg.- ill llir various ina'< h-
IllVe   not    \Ct  been   select-il.
:
_BB.ii.tiii.,
tare,
quality, which made ol ITiSiu a     ��� ���   I
iiiilm ik ,���  .a   the   world,     The  Ci Itlc
i.L'ii, wa.-. a noii good one for a
u rlalijfii   ,,g.'. for ii lifted soi i-
.     t  In     lilini;*.      The  ��� peiiki ri   *���'
ri'i'i . I-. ,i in the verj  name of SI
,i ivk  _howing  the religious tfharactfer
\,\    I'll.-   hlsll   pecpli'.        'I'hii-'    M
denccd In   their i eh bratloni  of  that
day,     To the ordinary man St, Patrick  mlghl  seem  to  be n  leg'
'hero,   associated  with   the  vs-ulu-   pl
Two
wen   ...: i Ung
lov^ii-    ' "0li(1 '    " ,'1'
��Dsolul:'1    ,, common
;* __m        I"' I.	
��� ' '   ���'""      makes lt<mi Ireland (npjiiausei
Stand-,   -k iiir.lirr   I'Miri'Ssions   w li Uli    ��'
"If,.., c '-"1rr- fliiestlon-d   iv^'e "llolv, livlni"!    and
",nvn ,rlRl1 M;'u      "island,of Saints."      He reminded
^^^^^^ _ ineni again  of  the Celtic CtOss   buifl
siandurd^nndli,, iiiniensiiiilil,- cranite Bymbol of -���'
"    I'l'h    l'l',tJS,
.1    WH,   S,���',,   .     ���,.
:""li!'ii1_.n.d""
r ti
""'   "fe   IO   ge,   pure
Hi- '���-���rtiJWsi'K)
l-^Hv I	
'- J!.?, standard.. J^]..
,1, "r ,rl8h
of us
"y i" nv
1'iok
ihat
Ho, iinuci^sliiible grnnit    ^^^^^^^
lH'i'iin-  in'ni lyrdoin.
Poetic   Race.
lhe liisll from their llmnl lllU     '    '
heen   poetic  peoiije.      K  wn    I  '  '"
.'Iiich look them out of the envl on-
ment ���,* their daily life.     Xhai i""('">
^^__^___^^^^^^^___ was of the   soul, it  ''ani.- lack  wlie.'i
%t(!"nSm'' ' '' '"   Peak of j sunk  wrecked  on  the sh-res of the
t0|h"t,, '' J,",'  if'. His.-:;Owing   real.       it   was   no.,   liowvv.r.  nf the
''lMl" "-���-      '   '   'stuff o. -Ire-ams. it was Ilk- th.   Irfj
eliaraeier���living on  rh'* siil'slanc"
Ihings   to   lie   hoped   for.       ThOS-   t^
dif-tlngilisliing   trails '*ei'e   ve
iiir.l.   DWp'
Tli*
di   ceril
old  country
ll"Vl  y    I
^,r"Ue   lr"nm,n'
be
	
Lh0rt.(,"�� double
' could not help
''    aning  of
'" "f applatr.- and
h WtlHod 1
m^r)       ,	
Hi,, , '"u-'d hbw untrue
t'oj|r���r(] ; ""' Irish t
k
%,
io ri
type of picture
of shlftle,, mrryAn
u   a"ip     Tim     fn^RO,,',I��� acces
" lh,
mun
Irlll,,
'^Ohtn'ri
*��rl(|.,
s��nR0  lr|-h
""'"'n of history
difference be-
"i  the
ma n
i ml  the
Rtnpn       (renewed
_     .���*?Mt-tb---t_M-��_e
%T*m(iJl,;"m'1!1^fnvoral,lvwltll
Victoria, B. _C��� March 17.-Theexecutivre"coun-
cil of the Provincial government was in session on
the Vancouver Power company's appHcatiCm for permission to build a dam at Coquitlam lake for power-
generating purposes until 7 o'clock this evening.
Lengthy arguments for ar/J against the construction
of the dam were heard.
The council decided to adjourn the case for two
% weeks. Remarks made by the different ministers
X  indicate they are favorable to lhe project.
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LICENSED PREMISES      FRUHLING DREDGE
ARE WELL CONDUCTED      EOR FRASER FIRST
I, BIG PURCHASE OF
If     EBURNE PROPERTY
-3
to
Winnipegger Invfests $100,-
000 in Land on North Arm
Of t raser Hiver.
B^iEBAll BOYS     \
ALL ON THEIR T-ES
Four Teams1 ihs City League
ThisSeason - Annual Meeting on Monday.
Commissioners Hold Short Mayor Keary Receives Deli-
Session���Liverpool Arms' nite Message From Minis-
Saloon License Transferred     ter of Public Works.
A im <;in._ of the tlcenae oomin;.- The.P_lih.ing drpdge leaves Victoria
sion.-rs was Iv.d last evening, but lo ..Vestn.ins.er todaj to c6ntm nee
_J__U____iaa___e__.*._little  business   nans-; u.i.-l;   rjfl   flt'et-glug  the  rtV-T  chntimrl.
aced. In tlK-'iirR.HKv of Mayor Keaiy,
Ciiiiiii.issioner Jaggers was voted to
tiie chair. There were. Slsd pi-esetit
Commissioners Newion R. Drown. H.
M- Mm -hull, and George Turnb'ill.
License Transfer.
The l!c-_~e of the Liverpool Aims
saloon was transferred lrom Alexaii
der Mathi-aoon to John Chappell.
1 Mr. Brown asked if the conncil
Und dealt with the ' recommendation
passed at the last meeting with refer-
enr-p -o ihe-license fees; and-ehar-smg
a licensa to breweries?
Tin- clirlt CvT. A. DttncanU satl he
. e'ieveil the council had been waiting
till ihe legislature had amen.'-- the
licensing law, which nnd now tieen
done.
A  resolution  drawing the  attention
Of tin- council  to    the    situation was
passed on the motion of Mr. Marshall
seconded by   Mr.   Turnhull.
Police   Praised.
In an-wer to Mr. Brown, Chief Mc-
Iniosh said the Mainland (lub was
still in operation, adjoining the Colonial hotel. Before the adjournment,
Mr. Brown took the occasion to con-
gratulatte the police on .-the way In
which, the liquor licens.f b.\ law wns
'jau.f,itka_t in the city.
i- jfrXklaggers said n was now nine
months since a conviction against the
hotels had  been made.
r -It--   .-, i
a -      <lrt^pector's   Report.
'���* difef-jW Tolic,-'Mcintosh,'inspector
"Vfr *1ri_rmF-licenses, reported: "I beg
iti ���titfviso you that during the quar-
'iVr TOW en-ling, all premises in the
city yrhere liquor is i-old under tho
provisions of the liquor license bylaw, have been conducted in a. satis;
I'.iciory manner, and no compaiints
have livn received against any of
ill.-in."
Die annompitn'ylhg t_i_.g_a_js wpiain
themselves, Mayor Keary ciuniniini-
e.'tiiig with the ministers in bis ofli-
.ii. capacity as chairman of the river
con sei vancy committee.
On .March 9 Mayor Keay wired tlie
minister of.pu lie wwrks, also si nd-
iii_i a copy of the message to Hon.
William Templeman. asking his asils-
tain ,- in have the d..d-e sen, bere
hi'v. as follows:
"Const newspapers report i'riililiug
dredge to go to Palse creek. Four-
| :��'n ships under charter i-i mils
here; absolutely necessary thai suBi-
ei.-ui depth of water should be Obtained; will require work of both
divides for some 111011111-.. Any depart ure from promised work will be
disastrous aud means suspension of
our lumber industry on the river."
Tlie response was received yesterday from Hon. YY. Pugsley:
"I beg to say that 1 have given directions to have the Fruhling dredge
work on ihe Fraser river. As there
is. however, agent work required at
False creek, Vancouver, it wi.l be
necessary to put the King Edward to
work there."
The Council delegation at Victoria
sent the mayor the following mes-
1 sage:
"Interviewed Keefer h.re,.FruhlitiK
dredge leaves Mr New Westminster
tomorrow."
  Chicago Real Estate Dealer
UIUI ISUI.BAAI.f_R ' '1' ^*>^o��w gn&j
spoil on S;ale pf B.C. Lands
< .S��D��K(I80
The W'vi.iward ranch at the southeast   end "f   l.u.i island,  comprising
I acn s and owned for years 1 .. Daj
Woodward, has. been Mttd to V\. McKenzie at $-..<* p'-i* acre. Simv buying, a few days ago, Mr. Mciseii/,,'
8 d one ol'i'ur of ipiiOU |. er acre
[or the property and has had oilier enquiries. Fnvm property cn Hie islands iin.l in the delta; bsve been in
ureal demand during the past tew
weeks.
WESTMINSFERrMAN
WINS OUT IN APPEAL
Viincouv.i", March 1T.^-S. Poison, ot
Winnipeg, who I'.uh ben visiting tlie
city, returned east yesterday niter In-
vesting $11111,11110 in Kbuin.- rcuii>. He
purchased aijqut fight acres al Eburne
from Qflggs & Company for $7-',0Ull.
The property is bounded on the noi't..
i.y the B. C. Kleciric railway, on the
east by the li. C. .niirket company s
land, on the south by the North Arm
of the Fraser nvt-r, and on the west
by Fourth'stre--t. Griggs & Company.
it is undei'-tood. purchased the property at  about  $2o.u00'three years ago.
-sin." then several vuildings traTe-^aii "a.|njftft6-Ulon to form" a fou
been erected on the land an<i all of
these structures ���were included in the
deal. Mr. CTujJstop, who owned a
sinal; blacksmith shop on his property, which he sold for $20,000 cleaned
up handsomely on the deal, making a
greater profit on his small investuKn.
than did Griggs & Company.
ln addition to these purchases Mr.
Polsoa also bought Lots 4, 5, 6 and
T, in Block A, District Lot 31S, from
Griggs & Company, which also adjoins the. property, and several lots
ou Eburne Avenue, from Campbell
& Walker, real estate brokers, paying
$s,ooo.
The property purchased by Mr.
Poison is an admirable factory site,
and it is believed that it is to be used
for /this purpose?"
COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL
TO ISOLATE HINDUS
British   Indians to   Have  One  Cottage
st Institution for Sole  Use���Many
Patients  Receive  Attention.
Tlie monthly meting of the board of
managera of the Royal Columbian
Hospital was held yesterday afternoon
at tbe City Hail. There were present
James Cunningham iin the chair),
Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. IIill. nnd Mrs.
Broad, James Johnson, H. T. Kirk,
Marshal. Sinclair and the secretary,
\V.  11. Keary.
Tbe board passed the salaries and
accounts lor tho past month for payment, and ritfopt.d'the accompanying
.   ���'���':i\\-
n'.'iU 'Of
(Able  In thi**  worka-day
rlllslle.  mnney-mnklnc world
The speaker passed on to M        "   I who |iave been named for hint
povenimmii  possatfed |
by
ADMIRAL EVANS GIVES
AWAY  68  SILVER   SPOONS ) plaintiff- 11111-11
 Ih
Walla Walla, March 17;���-"Fighting
Hub" Fvails and Wife 'passed (llrau^li
lure yesterday en route to Spokane on.
;i lecture tour. lie w;il lecture in the
liriueipul. cities of the Northwest, going to Salt Lake City from qQ__.nl
points. - _���
Admiral   Evans   sn|d   lie  had  given
awuy  slxty-eiglu   sfifuns   to ��� children
Wto_-peg,  March   17. -The case "i
II. in vs. the AtrowlieinI Lumber Company was determined by the court of
appeal. Tiffs was the New Westminster ae i.e. lor the reooyery of com-
i>u-vi<in for the sale of 01 itiim Bifitlsji
,Coluti:!..a liiud-i. At. the. lhst trial
Judge -Mathers en lured a \a*nlict for
th,. plaintiff for $25,000, being on.-half
of the iiir.ount cviiniod. lloih sid.-s
appealed .igainct the decision, .ludg-
liieui was delivered by Justice Phip-
pen. holding that, under the clrcum-
ctanees of, this dise, tbv cpnipany
e<iiild not be beld liable for the com-"'
iniKsioti, and that the verdict for the*
e set ii-^Ule, ruitl .judg-
lueiib entered for the dwfendapts with
the costs of the trial mid of-the appeal.   ,
Thoiuns Meredith, of New Wi'sUui-i.
ster, is the principal shareholder , In
the ;company. Bent is a Chlci|ig 1 reii)
estuto agent, and clain ���l to have
bw.ugbt.the iiartiy*4i*peMier, n>.il.iiiK
t*ho sale.
Mitn
^vnnoin
"*i rirvl.
"ie wide range
The race wv;
-rrn|n    linmntcriarisrln go bragh.
Ilie   powers   of  ,-
.., peopl, who bad I-"" rt**'15"*
if il in their own W-. *Uf '"]
loubtttW nitule il>rm sl"',, " r,',.'!,,.,
,(U1.|'e.-.-."'.
S'^i'llve   in.erest   In   lh, thlnr,���  l'<-
1,���l,li,lt,   ��__d    govermii.���-.'. ��
eluded In  Hi'* *tm*t   ^-,0 v
in this democratic contincnt
spoken  <,f  Hi,-   Irii-biiiiin's
Tp Steam, Plow 1300 Acres,
l-ethbrlllgv,. Alua., March I 17.���
Messrs. Cecil and Sallee, who hnve
i:;00 acres"lioar WilKOii, are iiiiloiiding
;. sti*am plowing outf-it and iw1 buying
horses and 6upp"li__ for an active cam-
pnign against the sod that now covers their land,
report from tuo la,dy superintendent,
Miss   Martin:
"I Leg to submit herewith, statement of pati, nts in the Roya) Columbian hospital, lor the u.ontll of Fe .-
ruiiry, 1900: No. of patients iu hos-
pital February 1, 00; discharged, 84'
died, 4; admitted during February, 86;
remaining February j2*>. 6fe No. of. |<ii-
tii nts treated dtirHie F'-bruary, 14e;
No. of hospital daysj ^SGqy No. \>i nui-
ternlty case., treated In cottage, 29;
receive I lrom pilitillg patienis.
|901.-J": N.v of ij.|it!i''iis in %X\ it ll,
Maroh 4 7, fi6."
Th'e vliitUig 1 .Itnmi't.M'nr the past
month, Mrs, Broad and Mr, Kirk, reported thai matters were found In a
satisfactory condition .. Mr. Coote,
the dn-y orderly, bjijl lvsitno.l. *anil the
secretgi-j x^celttd powers 10,:u*range
for n -Go-fessoul I ���V-.il- vi-ltiiifi: coin-i
mlttee for nexl month, Mrs. Peart*-,
Mr. Cunningham flndjMr-- Kcapr, ws?
then named. the 1 garil cpuld not
make further progrcs^ r��;itli .'t.lio' p!..ns1
of the new building, from various
reasons ut that meeting.
It wns resolved to set aside one ot
the Isolation cottages for the treatment of Hindus, and not take thtnn
any more in ihe main building.
"Play .ball!"
WTtmn the next Lw weeks tbe even-
in ������ air '.il be disturbed every Thursday by. tin- umpire's rauqpus call
wiiieli in the fan b vocabulary means
"Gel busy," and piny ball it certainly
I will i>e this- base-all season, judging
friim the enthusiasm displayed by tb--
boys who d''li;ht in walloping e.n in-
o'io:i.-ive hc.roeliide with the clout-
-t'fekr. Westminster will be on the
jasc-ball niap this year for sure.
The annual meeting of the Westminster jlaseball ciub will be held on
.Monday evening at tb_ Russell hotel,
r-
team league will bo discussed. The
discussion will be merely formal, as
the four-team league is an assured
fact already, not only the captains,
hut iilsoi the players, of etch aggregation, having been selected. The
names by which each nine will be
known to fame hereafter will be fasten J onto the teams at the meeting.
For the present they can be identified as Malcolmson's, Sayce's, McLean's and Corumbian college.
Ready for the Calr.	
Sid Malcolmson, whose a-SWawion
With .basebai: dates hack to almost
pre-historic times, has gathered "the
following aggregation to;his.standard:
Charlie Smith, p.; Munn.. c.; W. E.
Sinclair, lb.; Pierrot, 2b.; J. Lewis,
ss.; C. Stein, 3b.; Fitzgerald, l.t.;
Ryall. cf.; Canfleld. r.f. Spare men.
several promising juniors.
Rill Sayee, last yeaT's pitcher, who
unfortunately managed to get bjs fingers mangled in a shingle mil. fs in
hopes he will be able to twirl gain
this season, and will hold the star
position on his team. His assistants
will be: Walsh, Cj Mills, lb.; Sliver,
2b.; Yuill. 3b.; Bouthier. ss.; Denton.
Rickman, Mann-ering and Ed. Fitzgerald will be assigned positions in the
outfield, the best men being retained
after a tryout. Bouthier and Denton
are new arrivals in the city, being connected with the Pythian roller rink,
and their knowledge of ball is said to
be something worth  while.
C. G. McLean, of the Russell hotel,
will guide the destinies of the third
city team, which will take th-e field
with thre. pitchers and two catchers
available', for service.. His team is:
Pee.e. McPhail and McRae, p.; Buck-
land and Clute. er, A. Sinclair. K> :
Robinson. 2b.; Makin. .lb.; Donnelly.
Snell. R. S. Smith, Windsor. McLean
an 1 Ball will occupy tbe other positions on the team.
The Columbian college team promises to be a strong aggregation this
year, as several of last season's best
men wi 1 again he available. The
names of the students who are ex-
p,-et.-d to qualify will he published
later.
,'      I First Batnd on March 27.
Tin? tersi game or the season will
be plawd on Saturday of next week,
when a team gathered together and
captain, d by FfO I'antield. will meet
ibe Columbian college nova at Que. n'-"
;:ii'l.. Several ol lb'.' jiJnyers who
have si".ti. d on with one or another of
the city teams are already practicing
hut so far all efforts have been individual. Team work will sum nexl
week.
MOUNTED POLICE MUSH
OVER   MOUNTAIN   TRAIL
LOS ANGELES TO
'' tt CONSUMPTIVES
:   ���J���, '       .
Chamber of Commerce Decides to Return All Penniless Sufferers Sent There.
Dawson, March    17.���The Canadian
Northwest   mounted   police   patrol,  In
f s+_
Death of Florence   LaWflOime.
charije of-  C<iij^table;.l5.mpst_c*, with
four men' and lniflan ..rail    breakers
j *f_J__i" ���-Tin is hers    and  Ave    dog teams.
Florence Latlaniine. n young woniijii>|voac|le(1    rjawson    today,   completing
nineteen years of age diet*.- at .-ft.
Mary's hospital shortly after six
o'clock -yi'sl'-riluv evening from a'-coin.
plication of diseases. She bad only
begp? fialleni 111 the hospital a few
days, hiivflW been brought down from
St. Mnvy's Mission, where ber parents
I resile.
tin} round trip in fifty-nine days, mushing through the wilderness over the
Rocky mountains between this point
and F'i'*t M.icPherson. The expedition connected thore with another police- pairol from farther north, which
(vuiie In charge of Sergeant Fitzgerald, from Ilersche! island.
Los Angeles, .\lareh 17. Al �� meeting of fifty persons ai tli.- Chamber
Of Commerce today, representing all
i.n" prominent charitable associations
and Institutions of the city, and county, a resolution was adopted asking
charitable association-* nf the United
States to refrain from sending any
more consumptives to Los Angeles,
and reciting that if they continued to
he seni, necessity would compel the
lOca] association to return them at
once 10 the piece from which tn-y
started.
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PRE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY,  ^RCH lg
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Uassir
Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL,   ETC.
Edgar Allan Poe, in one of his stories, says:  "I took myself to the morning newspaper, and, having carefully perused the columns of 'Houses to Let' and the column of 'Dogs Lost,' I then attacked with cireat
  cesol utio���
classified ads.
reading  matter."    This is  interesting, because it shows that Poe, fond as he was of literature, read the classified advertisements before he read th. news.    Follow Poe's example in this matter and  watch  our
They talk to hundreds of people each day and they talk to the man when   he wants to listen.
���i___Mr__i__a��
WANTED.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
WANTED ��� JUNIOR     REPORTER,   AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
Must have good education, one with
knowledge  of  shorthand   and  typewriting    preferred.      Apply    Daily
News office, Front stret, after 7 p.m.
temizing. (iuinn & Falrley, phone
1117. IS Flack block, Vancouver,
B.  C.
WANTED���MAN AND WIFE TO
work on farm. Wife- to attend to
household duties and look after the
chickens, Man must be a good all
round farm-hand. Apply "Rancher''
this office.
WANTED. BY GOOD OFFICE MAN,
position as .bookkeeper in mere ha i '
or real estate office, first class references.    D. T., Daily News Office.
WANT D DA1R. COWS, EITHt-R
milking or to calve soon. Good
cash pric.1 given for good cows. M.
II.  Whlte-Fraser, Agassiz, B. C.
WANTED���A REMINGTON TVI'E-
wrlter in good conditon. Must be
cheap.    Apply   C.,   this   office.
C. HA.MBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster.    P. 0. Box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
LAUNDRY.
PRINTERS.
W.   D.  OOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT
Room 11, Dominion Trust   block.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon  Block.    Telephone  338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARC HI-
tects, Gulchon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phone 232.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
WANTED���A boy to *-��� ork from 6 to
12 in the morning. Good l,a.v. Apply thla office Saturday etween 12
and 12:30.
WANTED���General serva t. Apply
Mrs. D. J. McQuarrie, Sixth street.
near Fourth  avenue.
LOST.
LOST���A BUNCH OF KEYS AMI
whistle on Sunday. Finder please
return to this office.    Reward.
LOST���SUM    OF    MONEY   ON CO
lumbia  street.      Reward.      Return
to C. A. Welsh, grocery store.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eletcrieal machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature   wiring,   motor   repairing,
etc.     Bunk   of  Commerce   building,
phone 331. P. 0. box 928.
FANCi   POULTRY,  EGGS,  ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
reeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixih avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels l'or
sal-. Barred Rocks, Whiie, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatchiu ���  !'���     your     require
ments.
FOUND.
FISH   AND  GAME.
FOUND���A GOLD WATCH ANDFOB. ! BENSON  &    ' STUNG, FISH, FRUIT
Owner can  have same    y .applying
to* this office, proving propei l
paving for this ad.
FOR   SALE
FOR    SAL      PURE      BRED    I
D-Out]    ���. ���      and  Whlti    '   ���
'1 ' ..        D.   V,'.   !'.- :
avi v..' . d Eighth   tn
HOUoES TO  RENT.
I'M. 15, ,   ,i
avi i id Fourth  str< et;   i odei n
J.  M. M       "
aid.  1 1       :i. ��� ;.
Game,  ���.'��� |. <. i tc.
opp.  Wiini or Hotel
Begbie st.
ROYAL    CITY    LAUNDRY,   ROYAL
Avenue and Blackle Street,   Now la
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
113.
LAND SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER. II. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block. New West
minster. B. C.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, I' O.
box 142. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
F*. NASH, II. C. LAND SURVEYOR,
ii and 6 Hamley block, New Westminster.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
RING  UP  PHONE   185   FOR  Ql ICK
delivery of Parcels, etc.   Reaeonu I
charges; quick service.    Royal City
Parcel Delivery.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
g. .1. RITCHIE, ARM&TRONG BLOi ..
(over Johnston's shoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, Interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
REAL   ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. H. Brown, manager, P. 0. Box
556, phone 334.
TWO   ACRES,   live   mik'S   out,   at.    y,
cheap price, to clone up an et tate;
this would make an Id. al chicken
ranch at small eosi: ' uu, ; n m
FEW LOTS in the besl pari of Burnaby at $100 each, 50 by I >0; ��� asy
terms.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street,    New  Westminster.     Manufactun rs of modern
saw and    shingle   mill  machinery, :
Mill  plants   and  specifications pre-.
pared.
MUSIC
PAPER   HANGING AND   DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON.   WALL   PAPER.   R
Mouldings,    Burlaps   and    Sal
house painting, kajBomlnlng,  pap.
hanging    and    decorating.      Sixth
street, New Westminster.
J, .1. JOHNSTON, Hi', ONT t-x-0< K,
Columbia Btreet, phono 169.
FOUR nnd :i half al re block on
the North Ro id, onlj i mil ��� and
a half from car terminus, Sapperton; prlci.- and t. rm_ very reasonable.
mal Soci(_ties
I. O. O. F.-AMITY L-Dt__   ,
-h�� regular ,. .
ire h.ld In
���-   -���   st. . ,
it H o'i lock,
'.-
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near 'rain office,
phone 133. u- al esta i and Insurance. City pro] ''ity. s ubui* an
tracts, farm lands, - | < hi( ki n
ranches.
���  -Ml  ���.,,.,    ��� -       ���      . - I       -        _������
PEI RS &  RAMSAY, i'.i" !.  ESTATE
and Insurance     I'.   ������  I ��� -.   p      erl :���  a
eciatly.    Room  7  Hamlej   block.
P, 0. Box 458, phone :.G 1.
���ORE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE   ki
115,   SONS  OF ENGLAND   b  8
Bed  I!,>se  | ;�����-;
p mh ��� ���   '  5
I     K     ,f   '���    h
-��� . dneadn. ,            ...      '
time and      i "b Vlffi*
...  u. W.-FRAS1 R LODGE NOi,
neutini . i.. ,      ��� :ni Tues-
laj    in    each ���
oi i ;[
���'  -'���       i |
ill iwi m street
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-i
lotta Antelli, R. A. M . Lou.Ion. Eng.,'
and of G. F. Sims,  Mus,    line, Oxford,,   England, will   V   ��� I ssons in-
singing and harmony.
RESTAURANTS.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, propr.e-
tress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roa-',
pudding or 1 le, tea, coffee or milk.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS.   JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for |4. Homo
cooking. MeaJs, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
STENOGRAPHY
&
TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN
BUNTING.
ROOM
i",
Brine bloi
.. 1   .
irks
,n ..
reel      P
. o.
Box 694.
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting;   copy  work,   busin.
letters.  (tc.     Pro\ In ���������   office,   Columbia street.    Phone 62.
NURSERY.
'URNITURE.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERlt--,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 415.
':-   FAl.ES,    .HE   FURNITURE   HENRY'S   NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Dealer, Upl i  ind   ' del-taker,      Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, be��
corner   ��� and   iIcKenzie streets.!    supplies,    etc.     3010   Westminster
''��� ll" -  11. road.  Vancouver,  and  branch  nur-
sery at South Vancouver,
GROCERY.
FOR    .HE   :- VI'E  IN
eerie
Su; pl;
.
>   , i
:. .��� ��� a Ll,
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
TO   .RENT���Five-room   cottage,   fur-
nl-he!    en   Eighth   street, close  to
car line.      Pes.,    inn on or before   MRS.   Rl      lCRES,  216    SIXTH  ST..
April  1,    Apply  I! .  Dally News Of-       opp.     Qu.-n's    Avenue     Church.���
Bee. Home-mi le sausages and rolls, head
- i :.    se. etc.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���ONE   LARGE   FURNISH-
ed  be Iroom,  also  o ������ ill  on<
PROFESSIONAL.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia   and   McKenzie   Sis.,    New
Westminster.  B.  C.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. I'.ox 196.
Telephone 64
IRON WORKS.
Terms' reasonable.
tori"   ireet.
21 7. Vic
TO I. v - FURNISHED R.00 il,
bath a id modern convenlena b. Apply 265 Victoria street
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
l',.-i' ���]���;:..���;��� rs and General Plate
Workers, Boilers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receiver-,
V ���. i iron work. Telephone 321, P,
0   Box 442.
WADE, WilKAl-LER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phon.- 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. ;,, Royal Bank Chambers.  108  Hastings Street  wesi.
ROLLER  RINK.
PYTHIAN SKATING RINK. New K.
of P. hall. Eighth and Agnes Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 1".
Admission 10c;  Skates, 25c.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of inw ; nd secondhand goods. Speck & Crandeli,
te ir Tram  office.
ilVHT dRUNETTE, No, 1099, i.oF
Meel i the 1 / I
iiiniiiii at i   i'i .. . ...";
a     Odd
FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF   -AC.ES,
_( ne Mo. 20���Meeti |
��� vi alng    ,   ���   ,    :
ii ill,    Colun     i
W.  Pres.;  n   S   . ��
HE   HOYAL  TEMPLARS EN I
PERANCE meel   every
at  8 o'clock   p.      , o**''|
baa. Columbia Btrei t.
*ONj OF  ..COTLAND BE 45
SOCIATION. LORD OF Th-    _LE3|
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE ,SHIL_,S & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suburban property.
260 Columbia street.
TO RENT- Large store next to telephone office.
STORE���On Columbia Btreet, Sapperton. to rent;  flTi per month.
FOR SALE���Several large lots on car
line, Burnaby, for (100 and 1125
each; $25 down, bnlin
cent.
at
i   per
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD). REAL ES-
tate and Insurance, wholesale and
retail Hour and feed, carriages and
vehicles of all kinds. Plume 335.
186 Columbia St.  P. O. drawer 100.
ABBOTT <_ HYDE. (VII.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Rea] estate Insurance,
loan-, notaries puhllc, conveyances,
238 Columbia Street. P. 0. Box 247.
Phone 321.
TAILORS.
GALVIN. .:2 Sixth Btreet;  ladles' and
ii,.ns   tailor.      Excl : Ive   pal ���
in ladii -' and mi n's .- I     g . Pi
ing and repairing, on sh   ���
Phone  B350.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      ilol.-a.
Lome street, \v, n. Ciirty, manager |
Special  aitra< tions  provided  i
tho Beason,     Advance tl    ei office,
Ryall's  Drug  Store.
THE   EDISON'   THEATRE.   CORNER
Columbia and   Eighth.      Hlgh-cla  i
moving  pictures,    illustrated   song
Program changed Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday.
WOODWOKKING.
WESTMINSTER      WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and suns fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs an I esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Work.,: Comer Eleventh
and car line, p 0. box 254, Phone
473.
CAMP, 191.���M ' i
Third Tuesda*. of ��
K. i r P. ball.   '  .   *
..   O.   O. F.��� Royai  City  Lo
���Meets    in    Od
umbla Sl re- t, evi
it 8 o'clock
I>e    i: i ' ne,
N. ',;.   C   ;'  Oa    rae
etai
OTHER    FRATERNAL
ncludi      ��� ���   ' ���
1 ���'. and   .. M
No.  17, A. 1 I A
No. 1150;  L   '.. 1 .   ���
Sapperton, No
F.,    Court  \\ " tmiii-.
Brotht rhoo 1 or i iw's   .*-���
BOARD   OF  TRADE
ster Board ol T a le
Hoard   101-     ...    Hi
Third   'i li in
Quarterly   mi ���
T hursda y    of   i
August and   Novetnl
Annual    meetings
T h u r h d a y    of    I
:,   ail ers    tn ..���    i'
elected al any rnontl
meeting.    \. E. W
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I
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FOR SALE
Good   lots  on   the  Vancouver
"Cut-Off"   line,   $250  to $350
each, on easy te] i
Lot 50x120, oil the Si: th street
carline; Burnaby, $125, half cash.
White, Shiles & Co,
2G0 Columbia St.
Engine and Cars Plunge
Into Station, Many Hurt
mum mum fleet
STARTS ON ANNUAL CRUISE
Si.    John'-.    S.    :'      March    17.
Equipped   with    . in le       I legraphy
oiilflt and [name .    ���- . 1000 of the
hardiest  of mi n, tin     S wfound'.and
sealing  lleet   of  : ... ��� I.   I v
aid d   today    on     iis annual    ci uls.
among the dangerou      .   riou   ol the
north Atlantic     or the Btl imoi
. ni.   n   will  go lo  the (..and   Banl a
and the n n tlnii g bu  " ill c iter the
Gulf of Hi. Lawn ni b,     ti this year'
Heel   a:     liv-   tli ��     li imerB,   i ���  of
the  three  bund -i d  thousunil
' ������ i   ���     efoi    ii    oqi Ipn eni w a   c im-
i  .        . ���    i  is      |       pi il   Willi
:   ��� v ini Hi   nnd it Is natura   to
in h of the nnxlety felt
nrs will be ahsi nl thla year,
all',   dally report i are antl
��� i .un ib.- ib es enuring ii    Ion ���
nb.	
Entertained    Rhodes   Scholars.
London,     Vlarch     17.���Ambai
''���    M      Iti i i entertained t'le \mori-
can R i        :  holers al luncheon :������
i- ��� da .     i  ,      idonts w< re accon
i"i imi  Mr.^. oeorge  Pari
"'���'.I . uford professoi a   Toai I
wi ri d |<ing udward and Pi
Montreal, Marcli 17. ���The Cana Han
Pacific exiprexB train from Boston this
moi ning   w lien   approaching   \\ ii
station  was found  .o be  .
oui driver or fireman, tlmy tor Bomi
reason having jumped or been thrown
from the engine near Westmount,
Va  ;i   result   the   train  ran   Into   the
ation through  the ladies'    waiting-
oom, the engine being brought  to ;��
standstill   In    the    general     waltlni
room.
'ine  woman  and  two    girls    weii
l, one of the glrlB being  named
El i.   Vlllleres, 12 years of ago, living
nl   1009  Marquette Btreet, the names
Of ihe- oilier  two being  not  yel  a <   ���-
lined,
\i.oui   eighteen  persons, all    occu-
ii   of the waiting-rooms w. n  hurt.
of   them   are   only   Blighl j   |n'.
ii and  none are  reported  to    lie
ly  lime.
\  full  Investigation of the matti i
'um  made  by  the officials. The
is unconscious al the hospital.
i Hie meantime a  large    gang    of
workmen  is employed  clearing awn-;
leek.
ive are  now
,. 1.1 |i /v.    ,... ii. und Uie 111 li   ld< til
-kmtreal, March  17
I own to  In   killed.
\n unknown little gtrl crushed v ���
'inl   h ti inn ii   resemblance.
W.   J.   Dixon   nnd
ill.
I   ���,. - PO
crushed beneath the tender ol the
huge mogul i__r husband, W. .1 Oix
on, train di ipatoher of Mc llclrio Hat,
was on board the vain bound i"r
Montreal, whence he was about to
move hi-: family to Medicine Hat permanently.
Fireman of express killed al bil
post.
Unknown man taken from ruins.
The 11*31 of injured ba;; now readied
sixteen.
The loss is estimated al about $100,.
000 to rolling stock and the sl ition.
North  Yakima   Regulates Automobiles.
N'orth Vakiuia. March 17. North
Yakima police ..,,, ,, ;, , |.ay
strict attention to the ordinance regulating the speed of horsi i and automobiles ni the bUHtnesa tllstrlcl of the
City.       A   "slop  watei gang'  bus been
organized, ami |B composed of members Of the police loree. stop Winches   have   been    purchased and   tableB
''bowing Jusi how long li lakes an automobile "i travel n certain distance
1 nii.sliniiin spc-d limit, provided
tor .neb member of the "stop watch
gang." The member nf ib,. gang will
do mulling imt station themselves al
certain i.nsy corners ol the ellv und
t im.
FOR SAL ��
Seven-roomed house, modern i;
provements, and six lots i
chard, between Pine and
streets, facing  Fourth  aveni
Price $8000, half cash, ball
terms.   Apply McQuarrie & '
Front Street.
LAND ACT.
automobiles as ihe, i
ravel  pawl.
New Westminster Land District.
District of  Sayward.
Take notice that i, c. w. Preston,
of Vancouver, oi upatlon farmer, intend to apply for pei mis ion to purchase lh" following described lands:
Commencing at a. post planted on
the no-rlli shore or south Twin island,
thence following the shore easterly,
southerly, westerly, northerly ami
easterly back to point of commence.
ment, taking In the whole island con
lalning 200 acres more or less,
C. W. PRESTON.
Dated Feb, "ml. IH09.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the puhlic
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    T-ie  Morning P.-iper,
notice:.
New Westminster  I-
District of New WW
Take notice,  thai   IH
Pit,   Meadows,  B.  C oc       *>
ri'-d lady, Intends to i . ,i
.i.. ":"'
���Ion   to    piinlia"i     til ^ ];1..
sorlbod lands: i om   i 'l, lJf.
planted al the south '
1020,  thence we I   " ^.,
suiiii, su chains, then : it\t
more or less to - ' '"" > '; 'l . ^ t"
mence northerly along ,,
ihe polnl or coiiin.'H"
lng mo acres more or l<
HARRIET l")Kl
M. h, ",)l!!l
ON'.
,-nt JRSDAY. MARCH  18, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
" '*'*��
SPECIAL SAL   OF
RUSSIA REPLIES TO      MELDING PRESENTS     If
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY'    WATERWAYS TREATY
Annexation of Provinces Important Document Brought
Must Go to Conference De- Down By Minister of Fi-
spite Direct Understanding     nance.
Men's
Neckwear
Reg. 50c.
Now 25c.
.. last.
BOYS' CLOTHING
Reduced to Half Price
Men's
Fancy Hose
Reg. 50c.
Now 25c.
MEN'S SUITS
1ULAR $16.00
NOW
$12.50
St.    Petersburg, March    17. ��� 'J he |    Ottawa, March 17.���The waterways
tro-Hungarlan ambassador to Rus-   treaty was    presented    to parliament
:   ia  nas received  lrom  Foreign  Minis-  yesterday by Hon.  Mr.  Fielding, who
;      I   .\"   '.,.   the  reply  of  Russia  to   laid on the table a copy of the docu-
the notification of the dual monarchy   ment concerning which then  lias   een
of the  signing of tbe  AustrO-Turklsh   so much discussion.
icol  regarding the annexation by j     Word  for  word    the  ti   itj    igrees
Vu trla-Hungary  of  the   provinces of   with  the copy published In  the  pi
Bosnia and Herzegovina.   M. Iswolsky j with a rider put in to meet tlie wishes
Play Ball
Rubber Balls from 5c up
Lacrosse  Sticks 35c  up
Base Balls 10c up
Gloves and Mitts 40c up
Bats 20c   up
Masks,   Body   Protectors    etc.
AT
in Isl thai ibis direct understanding
d ies not exclude the necessity of sub-
mittlng tbe question of the annexation
ol  those provinces to a conference of
of Senator Smith, of Michigan, which,
in effect, says that nothing in the
treaty shall interfere with the existing
rights of tbe United States and Cana-
MEN'S SUITS     MEN'S SUITS
REG1 LAR $25.00
NOW
$17.50
Rlv,; LAR $18 00
NOW
$ 1 4.00
MEN'S
SCOTCH
TWEED
PANTS
$1.50
NEW DEPUTY FOR
FISHERIES   DEPARTMENT
A   SPECIAL   LINE   OF
Blues and Black Serges $15
FOR   THIS   WEEK   ONLY.
MEN'S
FANCY
VESTS
AT
HALF
Men's Working Shirts
REGULAR $1.25.
Sale Price 90c
Men's Lamb Wool Underwear
REGULAR  $4.00
Sale Price $3.00
the   signatory   powers   of   the   Berlin ' dn   in  the  use of  the   waters  o��  the
treaty, and he says that Russia Is now   St.  Mary's  river within  its own  ter-
prepared  to  negotiate   with   Austria-  ritory,   and   further   that   nothing   in
Hungary and the other powers regard-   the   treaty  shall be  construed  to  in-
lng the summoning of a conference to  terfere  with  thr-  drainage  of  swamp
consider this and oilier questions.       iand  overflowed    lands    into  streams
Public opinion here is considerably   flowing into boundary waters
excited   over   the   situation    hetween | 	
Austria-Hungary  and  Servla  and  the \
possibility of war as an outcome, hut
it is believed in wel-informed circles '
	
���b .t   a   solution  of the  crisis  will be j
.      .     .   _,_  _ ._ _. ���       , Ottawa,  March   17.���At  the  marine
found.    A St. Petersburg paper today
,,. . ,     .    ,     ,.���,.        ,     ; .'ind   fisheries     committee   Professor
publishes   an   Inspired   article    saying i      .
,, .    .  ,,       ._., 0____   Prince gave evidence concerning the
there is reason to belb-ve that (.reat '
_ ..  . _  _, ���-,   . , '"iltivation and    preservation  of    the
Britain   and  France   wi.l   take active '
,,,,,. ,    lobster and oyster fisheries.      Profes-
measures   to   block   Austrian  aggres- ,
; sor Prince expressed the opinion that
. thai there ought to be two deputies in
the department,  one   for  the   marine
iand one for the tisheries. it appeared
'that Mr. Brodoiir shared this  opinion
lliAlUt   IU   [ArLAIN   is   ��  be  established, with  a  deputy
I   five  thousand  dollars a year.
SMOREY'S
Columbia Btrei'
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
r
LOCKHART IS GIVEN
Tne  Corner  For  Bargains
Acme Clothing Co.
lfflf&OX<*X.<<4Xft^
I        Advertising and Circulation
If Th.-: Daily NEWS, New Westminster	
J The STANDARD of EMPIRE, London and Toronto, weekly ...
J The Daily News-Advertiser, Vancouver  50c per i
j< The Sunday News-Advertiser.      "        50c for:
_
.. 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
 $2 per year
month,  $5 per year
J mos., $1.50 a year
I P. 0. Box 29
Subscriptions and AdvertiseiiiRnts sulinittid for tbe abovi. publiiiatimis
CHARLES   E.  SANDS,  Agent
New Westminster
���:
V
:
I
I
Phone A22
w:���goaa>>-��r**yi_^
Ex Secretary-treasurer of Fern'e  Relief
Fund   Asks   Permission   to   go
Over His Books Again.
Fernie. n. C, Marcn 17.���A raeetli g
;   the exei utlvi     and  gem ral  rellei
committee    was   held   in    the court
e lasi night, ;n which li. G, L ick-
t, ex-secretary-treasurer oi the ex-1
ecutive committee  vfas  present  with]
en.in ���>. A. 1. Fisher.     Mr. 1 ���
hart asked to I e allowed to go ovei
the  books of the commltt. - to
if possible. ;in explanation of the
ported shortage in his accounts.
The request  was granted. Mr.  Fisher stated that tlie system of keeping
record of  the   rei el        and  dlsb i ���
ments alter the lire was slipshod, the'
". cords betng kept on slips of pa -1
and  scattered about carelessly.      Mr.
fisher and his client were allowed a I-
ditioual time to go over the books and
,;. s. T, Alexander, of the law firm of
Ross  A; Alexander,    was engaged    t"
look   after  the  Interests of  the  coin- i
mltte ��� during  the examination.
li was also decided to notify Mr.
McOermid, the auditor, upon whose
report ihe action against Lockhart
was 'akin, thai his audit had been
. hallenged.
MADE IN CANADA
fcJflr
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
[PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers _, Preston
Office,  Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
c
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE JM
"THE FAIR,"  Columbia  Street.
PerfuneD
READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY  I
For n,_t:lnB SOAP, .cficning wcter, re _
moving _ld p_in, _j,inf(.cl;n., _{��. t
elect. .-.._! drr,in�� end !,������ m>n. oth*. i
pur..o__s.    Aciin_q__l,._o:_    '....,
Sold Cvn   where.       ' I
C W. GILLETT CO, LTD.
Torotto, Onfc -A
V-BBC '-' ____t_C
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ut_.ee 'Phone 18s.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
  I anv part of tbe city.
CLf {Light and Heavy Hauling
**l ! OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT.   1908.1
WARNING  TO  PURCHASERS.
of the right of .
*>'��_ African Vol i eer entitled to A
'M   ��� ���    be by way of ap-
tltute and must be
'"j1" : : by ihe Act.
II   is   called   to   SUb-
G Of the Volunteer
'" '      which provides that
rlghl of a vol-
'     lltllH 111    Of   11       '1   I-
. or recognise,
rtu   '" "r ,;'"  l��twto_|
"'"        "'"cuted and dated after!
������'"���of the warrant for thelandj
'     Minister of M1MI*
r nf the volunteer
STWAY,
er of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
NEW
WESTMl*ajSTER     LAND    D|S
TRICT.
D'S-nct  of  Surrey.
I��UM    I"""'   'hat   ""'"'>   T'   '"m"
���'"'������  tor   permission to
lescrlbed land:
the a,��� , " |nlsl I'l-mtt'd where
,���,"""        oundary   of    lo, BOB
"'' tWO  (21    V
trio- !,,��� " *  Westminster dis
"uerspnia    .i.
jioint ('.-' rods north of the I'.'ib parallel of north latitude; thence west to
lo* Will, r mark and 02 rmlfi distant
from the said tilth paral < 1 of north
latitude; thence south 02 rods; thence
east to the point where the southerly
boundary of lot BOB, group two <->
Intersects the before mentioned 19th
parallel of north latitude; tb'-n following the said southerly boundary ol lot
505, group two (2), t" the i""'1 ol
commencement, containing by ������
tion  two    hundred    and    forty
mo  lesa
Dated  at   White  Rock.  B,  '        I
22nd  day of  Felrruary, 1908
HENRY T   Till;
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT.
Take  notice  thai   the   und
intends  to apply  to tne lion,  the
|to the point where said centr�� line ot
Bection ten ilOi intersects high-water
mark; thence westerly ;uid northerly
along the southerly ;ind westerly
boundury lin-- of said lot '.<u'i to the
point of beginning, containing I y estt-
BANISH THE BAR
AT FORT LANGLEY
nn, Ion  ,;" acres  mor.- ur less.
I'.ii-r .a White Rock, IT. c. February 23, 1909
K. W. LBESON.
HVWY T  THRIFT, Agent
NOTICE.
mission, r  of  lands   for   pernil
the
q arter section
llne' prolog   ���
south ih. running    north  and
Vo?;;;? !cti��' ��>.�� <-
iln,,,,,   .       '   l,1"'��''' south   U'.li  rods.
1 point Ton r�� TOd8:  lbMMrthU
in. v, . ""ii of the before
'     '" 'v   boundary oi lot
.    ., .     '     (2);  thence  easterly
tlarj m i ,;ii'1 southerly  boun-
'    '   IC     iO.'i    ,,,
Kl0"P two (2), to a
to
lease  the    undermentioned    ln"lis
New Westminster district;
i ommenclng al  a  point  where i
section line (prolonged) running
and wesi between Bectiona   even (7)
and eighteen (1��), Intersects th. ����� ���
,-rly boundary of lot BOB, group   ��"
i.i. New Westminster di trlct; IU
westerly  100 Let. then'"   OUtherU Bl
easterly parallel to me westerl.
southerly   boundary  of  the  Bald
BOB to the centre line (prolonged) running north and south tnorugh ��ecticm
eight   (8),   township   one    (1).
Westminster   district:    thence
160 f"-t. thence easterly parallel ��!"'
il���. said   southerly  boundary  i
said loi :...:. to a polnl  lm'
south   of  the   point   ��'"   '
line (prolonged) running
i im.   Ini
tti along
through   Bection   ten
high-water mark; thence
the westerly boundan .
i lot '
ii. i
,   no ii ������ that 1. C. W.  Pr.   ton
u, \ hi. ouvi  . ii  C . fai i.H-i. intend to
ie Honorable Chic' I'.'inmis-
  r ol   Lands -ma  Work-1    for    a
ou.    ..ir -ira-ing lease ou   the^i
:i_ described land:    Commenc-1
.,    o-i  on  ihe east    shore   of
Island,   Port  Simpson  district
,i  mile  - nub of the  mouth    ot j
Lake creek,  thence west across   tha
: to the .-lure, thence following
lhe siii'ie    northerly,    easterlj    and!
.-.null, ilv  to  lin.   |Kjlnt   of     i "tii'H  ue-- '
ment
No. 2 lease ���Zayas island. For:
Simpson district, starting ai n poet at
the southeast corner of No. t lease,
thence west across the island to tbe
-ber,-. thenoe following the *hore;
southerly,      easterly      and      no.thely j
around to the point of commencement,
a W. PRESTON.
Jan. 28, moo
Fort Langley, where ihe licensed ;
ba-' lias been a feature of the town
sine-- the fur-trading days ol tne
Hudson's Bay company, has decided
in favor of temperance, an.l the town
will become dry after July  I.
Tin- matter was decided al a r ci nl
meeting of the license commissioners '���
fo.  Langley, when petitions signe,* hy ;
1 sideiits askinp that no new  li-
oenses be granted, and that the two j
licenses now held In the cltj  be noi
renewed, were presented to the board |
and the commissioners decided to accede to the request  and  haw.  given .
formal   nollee   that   no   lifpior   will   bo    P.  O.  BOX 474.        Tel   D-T.        R--    l_9
allowed   M   be   sold   III    l.illl.uley   after I
the end of June,
We Ha
ve
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
_ & CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Kxaetly   the   material you   want   for
suits made to order.   Perfect fit guaranteed.
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel.
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
Applications will be received up to
Monday, the 22nd, inst., at - p.m., for
the position of City Scavenger, duties
to commence on April 1st, 1909. Sai-
lary at the rate of $50 per month. Fov
Information us to duties', etc, apply
to ihe sanitary inspector at the City
Hall.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall   March B, 1909.
TRAINS  ON   ALBERNI
EXTENSION   IN JUNE
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
Victoria, March IT Mr. Marp.il,-
here today said thai trains will ihe run.
ning on the K & N. extension us tar
north as French creek by June. Mr.
Mairpole l.lso slated thai (the lirsi
of th.- land cleared by the company
on the island will be put on tbe market next month They will be five-
acre lots neai l.alysnilth, well adapted for fruit lands,     At Little Quail-
cum   lots   will   be   pui   on   m   Mi-nciv
blocks at a later date.    The company
wil) select more for clearing,
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Watery
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
SS
i;kt your SPRING stmt at
BRITISH LIQUOR BILL
CAUSES GREAT  INTEREST
1 1-2 ;.i 2a h.p., 2 and 4 cycle. Mst
value on the market. Knglnes kept in
stock at
..Westminster..
YEE    KE��   &    CO.      [*��*>>���.  March   i7-The  Houteofi* ������*______
Commons has    d.hnted    lh.-  bin   r���, i   IP0N VwOItKS
i Sunday closin:   of salooni.     Thn hill |
! provides tor the total closing nr open-
I Ing of bins for three hours on Sundays
nnd creates much Interest.
TAILORS
Windsor  Hotel   Block.   P.  O.   Box  644
New  Westminster.
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter Holidays
In connection with the above rtiund
trip tickets will be sold at one single
fare and one-third. Tickets on sale
April 8th to I2th inclusive. Good to
return up to and including April l.'lth.
School pupils and teachers will be
given tickets from April 1st to 21st.
ED. OOULKT.
Agent, New Westminster
oi r  B. FOSTER,
Asst, Genl. Tass. Aj-d., Vancouver.
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The Daily News LHICAIil) STIHHED UVli.
JWUIOSIS LA^PAIlifJ
Published by 'lhe Daily .Wws Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
cornerVif'Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. C.
I
Projectors of Fight for Municipal  Institute'to Place Posters, In Busi-   .
ness District.
fHUR'SDAY,  MARCH   18,  1909:
' ���      I --Vl      LiVil ____     'I
WELCOME THE DREDGE.
Chicago, March.17.���One oi tlie pos
ters to be used in tho campaign ior a
I tuberculosis hospltat has b.cn prepWr-
Jed   by the   tuberculosis institute;     ]t
������������I The news conveyed in the message* j w'fl)   b_  placed iii  down i.wn stores,
to Mayor 'Keary yesterday from Min-,
late,   of  Public" Works   Pugsley   tbiij
I
the .'milling diedge, now at Victoria
can be easily seen:
���I lows:
������      I windows and  other places   ivhtfr. ���'T.
It l'ttids as foi-
'./;���.���
'"Mr. Voter: :'3,T.0O .elloiv VBieago
Is available for Immediate work "��,, a,,, :Were kill,,)'last year by the great
tlji- Fraser iIver, will be welcomed byj' w.iife'' plague': '-,S0(>"inore vein an
e-rery'citizen |n_-peiident of' political;!'early stagfa of the'disease and can be
We did not think in spite of :-ta:e-. cured like'this:'-    rnl
' ;'Vbte yes' on    the "little b.lllot and
gtfVe Chicago rtie best *iiMi'nici pal iir-
I'l-cnlosis saiiit.'iri'tim in fhc w-.irliL
' "An eminent" specialist' said:    'We
whist care for'the consumptive a!""th.
|ri_ht   time.   i'n: the 'right'Way   and   1_
Oui   fear \vas-.4hiit. ViiirjiU-niberJith'' right  place; until fro' is cured, in-
.]  Ottawa   was-t-Ho -busy   wh-h   niinorS stead  nf, as  now: ���i'ii  the wrong   rime,
altera J-n HtoA&USa ,iif,C*Hjiuiio*|s ttf-i- the wrong Way, arid in tbe wning
insirtel-' liit'H ',.'_ 'iihdort'iiWhg it's'
menus to; the contrary tbat tile ministers at llXtawa woji.d .gu.ii_b-ud. Uiuir.
wold }ile��li��ed -at- tiro time of the'led-,
ohil~rlT*rTioTi;-**T-Trl **Spt*"3 TlirtTrt-dgo to*
any orae*? [_e_TO_��wWeforV'e-mIiig|
here, where it. js niQ_t*Tn;v-iirlT-ivjaiit.-v
oil
ISLAND TIMBtK Vul .
INVOLVES HilLUUIH VULURS
' Vi.-i.'i-iii. March 17.- A deal, jt iB
said, lias just been compl ted by
which the Michigan Pacific Lumber
Company Will take over 32;0O0 acres
of limber lands al Jordan river. Ths
slim involved 1.. about n million'dollars.. J. II. Moore, of Seaitle, is one
of the principals.
��� >+++++++++++ ����������������������������������� +4+++++++++++*****���++**+ *************>u*I
���
DEFEATED ALDERMAN
EXPOSES CORRUPTION
.Cripple Creek, Cu\. March 1.7.���Col.
lowing his failure lo obtain an alder-
manic nomination from the Democrat
ic city convention,. Ail. W. ,\. Poffen-
Ix3.rge- last night made an 'exposure
of alleged municipal craft.
-He sa_d -that five councilinci) had ill.-
Two Excellent Buys
fi f r\.i.      ���
H**+H
i'i
10  _cri*_
in Coquitlam ____n-lpatity! good soil and easily cleared, facing
good road.      Price 1150.00 per acre.
10 acres in  Burn^y. .municipality not far from Burnaby -lake.     Soil |   ���,
the very best.     Price $20" per aci'''-..
These two piroperttes-^ri    " rtalnjy; gojo.. b.uys.   '      :\    'i ,.. , '
J. J. JOHNSTON.
DUPONT BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET
PHONE  169.
ITT^*"*^**"*^
jvld.d $:12''m'i between tnem.     He said
.ihey  were bribed by a, public util ty +���
jc'o**i>oration.      Tbe  accused 'aldermen
'dPnii'  the alienations.
+<i+n+c.4t^+oo+Crij^+o+r,+r-' ���*  ' *>
NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLAk.S ?l
o m
the
up i:hn'-ifi|';";j(j.it.i. u-tiir. luiMiiwin. b
ipends  the future of the city,
In   this  co*n.i*'cYion' wo' are  glad  to
'place, until,
BS is dead.*   Tt is up t*
you."
71          .' '..'.'..
' '    i ���"
II  .    ��� 1      '." 1    -
Hotelmen   Wanl   Rebate.
lote  from   lhe   Vancoin-.v   Provinc.
uf Wednestfa^^-k-ft.Oal -frowing thej    Pomie.    n. c., March    n.-At ibe
Hjiie-fipint ���wiki..lr.slK)rilde,'.lsi betw.. nl Reeling _i th�� couucil .Moii.i.4  lUglit
t^.-..xiitios,  and   of   which, -.ther. ������hasij B petitiijn vvas read on beluUf of tin;
:iL-;i,;ji_.liuiv4ii.Lhc' iia^t..; _,,.-   :-,| bp.telketpers,. flying.' tbat.tb^   ,v r(8.
"JLis,..nipossible to/iyerestiniiiU- t,ti������.[ i'uuded. for   lite     time -that   their   Ji-
importance of keening a cleg^ chan-!pen'-Vf:   ^'ere   c-ineelled,.immediatelvv
aftw*. the big fire in August, Jivst, The
inatier was. however, la^doyei' til; ilie
next   meetkig of the council.
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vessels. It is not only for .the sa.k$
of the growing commerce which i
T. R. PEARSON,
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fered by th-e^jJu-Us-^B^&v pf which
New Westroh*i^r*,l^rh\ nntiira! centre that this should bejlone; but the
vallie (^-ift'igr^t fr��i-li\A^Lsr^ '��t'r��__\
affoVrrrn*: n-A-ritorag^ facilfVyHo1 'fm im-'
menso-tonnajae-can. readily Oeiunder-
stood. ^
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of' Bfirfyi'^CpfuMb_a airo_ ��� w|* dhi_k,
fai'rty Ire,.' 'from "rrieaT pfe^S?l_^f_i_*
are all wllTlhg to linile in a.ivo'cnting
hariiut*.. improvements wbcre tboy will
ile of the greatest use to, tl)_ whole
community? ^fflftfWr- iV of advantage to V^ni ouver i_- of. advantage "^~
Xe\? VCsiminslrT. and by Xew'Westminster's progress Vancouver w]K
beneflf hardly 'less man the Royal
City herself." '
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ABUSING THE   FRANK.
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Mr J. I). Ta.Voi,. ,d. {'. if.-.a mad'.- a
greai Bplasb in the House of Commons  on   ine  all.'-. ]   a.,v vs  "!'    Tire
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Conservative parts otitic ��r\;>ericHf.��-
ol i>a..;. when m.  pa_iy then iii'i��"^ei'.|,
grossly  abused thisf>|��'lvilege,
COU.ltrifc.VtgS   ;.,_v.   !-,..!._   ,.'.; :
The Fair:
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Phone 335.
HALE, BROS. & CO. ltd.""- j
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canipai.-'ii   .iieiiiiiiii .  v.,is &ei*_Je.ra.eS.-
On one    id,. v,n- gei  ovi)  rb,.merits of
iliis paferil 'rtiedic.'n'. and on tli.  dftfi :
the nostrums of the Conservative partyl
wen  submttfed fflr th    pu ilie to swal
low ffij ���       iv      ,,1,,,,   rejected both.
Mr.   I'V.-i  r .f��� 1 in--   ii'.- ��� ..'uo.H  ,,   ������
that   ve,||.   -.-.a       1 bi a     peoch'
oui .,1  Se Ing frank ti. _,.
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and   fr��m  tb.  i- tr. .     \ pf  ibe
local   p'.v   offices   with   He frank  ol
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vutlre lea_e.i���JfW5--��^f-��-��k��m- -.ni -
Kessiuii,    Sir Charles Tupper v....
the right tbi::   li,'iM)l*l.| vviK
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Council oir tit.' -I lm,',; "'eli't-flhn
aer  with extracts1 Trom  Conservu
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First qet WH answer-+then .oma to Mo.
My   Rings  for  engagements   she   surely should
Diamond? *od Ruoies, Err.e-.'ildij���^Pearls.
'""Frr'-)'('T;!r'']  f'fi. Ya'-t(*/'6'f ���,Vf<,f^1n fer g*rl
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Fresh   Pork    Sausages   daily!
B��8t  af' Farfrt-r's   Pori.
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PACIFIC���
^ Meat Market
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Phone 192
nmmm & \\UW\l .Columbia St.
b'-st makers of men's Bhoes,     livery pair
ha_ the .Ifc.-b'o weib* and the stile that Coritrrtrtftea to a go6d -shoe md a pleaoed en-r���In,.v.
every maj) 111 town tg make [, hi Is pai licular business to see our litindsoi
We want
spring  shoes.
f   CHOICE
/SPRIJ^FOOIWEA
For Ladies
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Tlie ;i"'!'le lii I'm:.' ia '" bl w.'ll
I,,., dli I'm .ed ill 111- ."', ��� ! Ibe
i'^-i..,���, vatlv)..  ivli 1 ������   .'iin.   in    .��� so
\irtuo.i:;  and um      IQ   pro I  pl       lv
trWl'l iir.v  Win 11  Iln    lv :   i     j|).*ll   during
-t . llm. j'u-y ���)'"'��� In ji'"'"r .hey
,-y! 1 d liiei'r piiiii'v ��� .- iii ill. mos,
" ��� mi manner, TJu i-- pple turned
Ihetn mil  of  none    I u   .vi , :  and su
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wtSm uj conio
fired. K'.'S,
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lhe excellence and goodness of our lu-w spring Sho.l,      When thl
e off*, her n��-> gnosaVolk ^tyloK, but the best woman shoes ihm tho ennri
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SIM'KTAI.TV.        ���.,,-.   ?L,-n tll j-.-n (in,. Shops1,' I'atent  leathern, etc
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ORITON. Big Shoe House, ltd.
Si&n'of lhe Bi��'Electric B
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New. Westminster, B. C.
1 i^fFrl THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
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NEW BOOKS
by S. W-'ir M'1'
 ^'50
Uotina
..J1.26.
The Red City,
ellell    ...     .	
The Last Voyaga of ,:
-1 h -* -,'��** I, by . I 'arris ..,
Tlie   .Uiv.-aage.   in   I.viv- TrOjCj
...$1._6
feHU,   or    Fight,   by l'-wr'"a
liioiif* *l2i
Cy   Whitiiilui,''s   I lac",   by I'"1
$1.26
coin...   to ��� *
(let-ltieb-Q.iiok   \', iilliu''.'"-"'*1.. hy
Chesteir *
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.$1-75
l.il'.. ol" Jan :\Ia. I.aren
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ADVERTISE IfTrili   NEW5 rHu
*�� -��CH ;8'1909'
THE  DAILY   NEWS
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taoe n\ !���;.
v.,   t.-.might  in  the Odd  PsBowil* hull.
.. bo�� social and a dance v. di fo  .
GRAND SPRING EXPOSITION AT
The Cash Store
,- i rvespared no effort or energy to make this store the very shrine of fash-
���   thi? district.    Not only are our ..roods the acme of p^dernity -a broad
ionl" of'thorb^hl^ dependable quality, judiciously purchased, and last, but
"an^  - honestly priced. Our facilities for buying are as good as any business
notlel;n the West." vVe are tied down to no particular manufacturer.'  We buy
,   _ ��... olc-ise, and more especially where we get the best g6ods, and as a
���yvneit? wc i      _ _> _w,-~r.>i-.o'i-r>n��/^.-. ,..��.,.Uv.-��ii i.L��;.nr: ������*.. ���*��� __.__��. 	
house
sein
^uenc'e can in many instances under.-ell the bigger city stoics, which are
con?Sonnrfl in having to,pay enormous rents and other big expense.    All we
n,3nflK"l 1      ��� : ij.i_._.-i'iJ_i��k.    -���___-'_,.- '     *iir_'l    .1         i.-..     ���
want is %
years anc
trade .       "'ons, rather than by any statements in the press.
hana^'li^:,, .u1(^ inipartiiil comparison.   We'have proved'otir claim in former
years an  g^J;^^"^ giving bur best attentl6n and honest value to'our paF-
'rf_hroiv down the gauntlet again.    Our pfe connection and iricreasing
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ELABORATE   DISPLAY   OF
Women's Suits and Coats
���    Igvt _>.'versaily cflncedfed that  the  high  stag, of  perfection   '.hat   ready-to-wear  garments  have
"   Med to ensure their being'worn by  the woman  who desfrSs to look  M*-' uest. s absolutely
fcJM-ssWlV --i ot|t'lir1 th*   st^,e' "** ������r��y,-k<,,,r w*V-      Oiii-isuiis a       t-signs-W ,cv,:c:;-.   | Men'add
ytnrty   salary  for the   product  cf their  brain   and   iniie'nuity is  a  small  fortune.       Our
jvjy      .��r '-.rid coa^s this   season   are   more  chic  and   prejtler   than   ever.        You^u.c   cord'aliy   in
it _ to inspect them.     They' a're going very fast.      A'worr. W  ���!��� -  wise' l_  sufficient.
t > ���> ��.*��� *  ��� *> - ��� *
COMPRfcHEhSlVE SHOWING .OF.
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no:,
in.
Misses' and Children's
',;$       Wearables
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ver   v
|j   the   wants   of the   young   toll*,   a
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not;
Neve,   were  we  so  well  abl��  to cater
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i,isf,-ia4^	
now.       If   it   is   a   tailored   suit   or   a
co.'V   Or  a   sailor suit,   print   lawn,   or
1.   or   a   sailor suit,   print   lawn,   or   . v
mm,.ifoW.^UJ V  an^ust 1    '
| ... . ,
what   you   want,   and   at   the    proper
price.
IT
{Have you seen our Children s Reefers?    Prices $2.25 to $7
\ ' ' '        , i
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i just arrived   from   Genrany the dressiest and swellest line of children's  and  misseii   coats you   could
I possibly look  on.      They   sell on sight.      Quite a number of new   ideas   in  the  styles this   year.
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.$2.25 to $7.00
Women's New Sailor Hats,
Children's Galateas, Tams. Etc.
I
Tne  f-st   snowing   of women's 'p.__'rf
.��� ...'.s;     children's'^   _.i ateas..
i: Ml at popular prk-
Some Snaps in Prints, Lawns,
Muslins and Ginghams
REAL .\DIGO DYE PRINTS 10ff YD
0v li-ccs of  dainty  W��S^>  print1"
l"", -   ginghams.   Print* St --, '.��**> r
ground,   with   white  ipot   and   sprig;
cadet ground  with  white   spot;   white
ground  witi\   colored   polka   dot,   etc.
Fast dye and warranted to wish. AH   ...
:    N per ynrd   ).Xl..   .1  '.'..   ..it.1*1   _.
D��INTy  NEW DRCSS'MUSLIMS 41 . ���   I
10c A YARD.
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A-eut   80   oieoes  of   pretty   new  mui--
I a    galaxy  of    designs,  sprig,
'   polka  dot, etc., each  one  dain
��� er '.   in  the  other.  All*��t, yard..10c
Victoria  lawn at y<=
:e.   nice,  fine   quality.
English   long   cloth   at   42
 $1.00
ich wide, fine  cambric finish,
* the needle.      Pr*�� as a spe .
': /a.-ds /or ���      .,,���.      -1 CO
Grand Display of New Prints
and Ginghams at 15c Yd.
Arc you aware that riglit here in your
cwiiitowm of Westm nstcr you have
Over 200 place-, of print and g nghams
at 1 _c to select from? We question
if there is another store cutsi;.'e of
Toronto that could give you such
tflO.v '���'.'��� Crumm's EnrjUsh Prints,
. ON\.Y. Scotch. French ,ind Canadian
gingfl-atns, zephyrs and chambrays, all
at. yard 15c
Pretty Panorama in the , .
I Dress Goods Department .
This department' is teeming to over
ftowin-1 wjth good th ncm. pr_pfr|y
pnecd. Wc have here material to sj
all. taste, and pockets. Beautiful mirage clotnH at 40c and 50c: __.-3w._J_
to $1.75; broadcloths 75c to $2.50: p u-
nellas, ��������� . satins, ' iusi -as, ��� ��� -. . a.
fl.00 ��ni. $1.25 pc- ..i-d.
A Special in Black
P au de Soie Silk
r   -;. 30 quality for ,75c
t\ nice sat.n fir v * 'clack only
Messrs. Bonnet A Co.'s ffiak-; v?ry
suitable for -ad e.   _ress��-, coats aa<L
New Ribbons, New Laces and Embroideries, New Belts
*"<"' -K , ,PAC�� F0P ,NT��MmNO   ITEMS      ..���������.   "" .Z^T-fT   '"'
-���, m      1 _T_      r    'I  _T A_.>3'',e"r'   ���*uii3-
ARTICLE   UNLESS  WE CAlM  PP. .---*-   ���r *il*':>
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SMITH'S
Pre-Summer Announcemenl
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snap ri.-.-w  cngapPd  in    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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A goi .ance ls an invaluable  in   the
1   v.  but  a noc. -
Rinp up i -. "* ,. ,.:- renovate your
elo-ihi        ..    .   1  ...   >. ,  \\... ks     **
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kind     .*:     KMrai      work.       ,. ;. , hon.'
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of the proposed
pital    .      V	
the i fe at   Barnet,  ���-   ���
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ro    ihe    cii.',     yfsi.    ���-..-        1 h%,  fe*_
������-   led them_elve��s ni-   rnii.li  pleased
���    I   this, thelt first trip to the Ro| I
Tiicy  were-   tnei   bj    C.  1
...'. ���'���   -a-ho introdii.-a-.i-i them to
various  infl.ieTit.ifil  local  nV'Ti
��� . -  fcrystil lf'-c-ni rhekt ���  *
.'ne  piih ir   on  Sat-
and on  that  day the .-hil-ren
'     .V>k  for  a  frcf      ��������� ��� v,
Harding    and  .'I    V    Com]  ���
state (hat they intend to r__ a hlfrh-
-.   ���.     - Btctn .*.. ftifrs .vi.��� i ���     *""���
. ..-   v.   v.-. ,   |    (^  l'-iney,  wur yfes-
��� ���. -" .-��� ������- ���.;;.. a hit ne-
v a stolen hen.     Mr. \\ hai
"ho ��'*' ciinin ��� ������ .... ������   th. same time
r,.   Pr.v.v    1-1=   dlschs   ted  SB -Othi   '
.....   Lgainst   him.       . -
I   .>..T,'.a...     _1   -was prin-eil
M     ;,.:.. .        , ���.  .-,, on
and   V.     *' -������
 ���- shipped some v tit-
\ an cou v.    oil the 6
1 na.      T^y an accident     tht v
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THURSDAY
MARCH
18,
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Thirty Millions in
Ten Western Cities
Winnipeg, March IT.���The ten leading cities of Western Canada will con-
si met at least thirty million dollars
worth of new buildings .turtng tne
presi nt year and it will be a season
ni exceptional prosperity in every one
int' them. This total is the actual
amount to be expended in buildinK
alone and does not include amounts
to be expended in any of the cities on
general municipal Improvements, nor
'does ii Include any amounts to be
spent by railroads for the laying out.. ,
of terminals, yards or docks.
Winnipeg will, of course, head the
list, and the building total for the
year should average well over the
ei.ulu million mark. The two lake
ports, Fort William nnd Port Arthur,
���will also fall in close behind, and elevator construction, which is going on
at both places wil bring them together close to the six million mark. Then
Edmonton nnd Calgary will be serious
rivals for the building supremacy and
figures over the quarter million mark
can 'be expected from both. Coming
back east again, Regina and Brandon
can be depended upon holding iheir
own and big lotals will be reported
from both.
The present year promises to be a
very brisk one at the coast and both
Victoria and Vnncouver will have
heavy years in the l>nilding line. Some
of the interior cities Will also show a
steady .building growth during the
year.
.Medicine Hat, Moose Jaw, Prince
Albert. Saskatoon and Lclhbrhlge are
other cities that will share in the general prosperity.
CHAINED TO BED.
WAS  BURNED TO  DEATH
Halifax, N. S., March 17.���Mrs. ffm.
m aged woman living alone at
Wallace Ridge, Cumberland county,
was burned to death in her house last
Thursday. S'-e bad -*i_tained a fractured hipbone, which had been set by
a physician and strapped to iron
���weights to keep her log from shorten-
In'*:. She received lhe necessary at-
t uiion lrom neighbors on the two
following nights, but Thursday even-
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Ni v. fork, March 17.���"When the
individual increases tne functional
activity the formative diminishes,"
Dr, Max G. Schlapp, professor at tho
Cornel] University Medical school,
told the woman members of the Fas-
ionable Colony club while lecturing
���n Woman Suffrage and the Pathological Condition of Society to probably the most fashionable audience
of women in the city.
Dr. Schlapp described the three
activities of a cell organism, and
added:
"Society is a living organism, of
which Hi, men and women are the
cells. Any disturbance of the corela-
tion is a  pathological condition.
"Women are becoming more aud
more active. They seem about to assume the suffrage. The sex is already
overburdened. The curves on statis-
lical tables show a tremendous decrease in the birth rate since 1007.
Other curves show an increase in insanity and nervous diseases. The
lesson is that the three life processes ; ���
have been disturbed nnd an acute X
pathological condition exists." ���
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THE STAGE
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Marrying   Mary,
frying Mary Montgomery, one of
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ing was entirely alone in her helples-   fe '."^   r��mant,c and "10st ""'UI,ai'
ness.    It is not known how the flre T^T ��" StagC t0da>'' is C"mlnii
to the opera house on Apri; 2.    I*'lor-
oocurred.
Smallpox in Mexico City.
City of Mexico, Marcli 17.���An epidemic of smallpox in Northern Guatemala is reported. Hundreds of villagers along the Mexican frontier aiv
affected and 3000 persons have been
vaccinated  In an effort to check the
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Foreign Drafts
We sell   drafts at the  lowest   rates  en all   thy  principal
points in Great Britain, France,  G.       ny,   Italy .and  all  other
European countries, also on all parts of \-;n. Africa, Australia
New Zealand and Mexico.
Hankers' money orders sold, pnyabl ir at any point
in Canada.
Collection^ made at the lowest  rates.
Thi
Ion.'.' Guar, Jules Murry's singing coni-
I edlenne,  appears  in   the  role  of  the
heroine,   the most   fantastic,   radiant,
sumptuous little bit of femininity imaginable.    All  those  who  enjoy  youth
and   beauty,  spirited   wit   and subenb
audacity, -..ill   enjoy    Florence Gear.
Over men .Mary Montgomery has tremendous Influence.   She could admire
study and perplex- them without more
than  enjoying a wanner  feeling;  and
ni   all   limes   so  beautiful  is she.   so
fascinating, so far superior to all oth- '
or  women about,  that  she  natu
ilhas a small army at her feet, humbly
J waiting in do her bidding.    Into just
5  whal   niche sociologists   would place
rt this thrice married and thrice divorc-
J ed Mary, Edwin Milton Royie. the author of this musical comedy and creator of the character, has not deigned
to inform us.    Put she is a most enticing creation,  and  in the hands of
Miss Gear, with her noble voice, per-
sauslve gestures nnd  irresistible personality  Marrying   Mary   Montgomery
becomes  one  of the  masterpieces of
modern impersonation.
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HOW TO  OPERATE  a moving picture  machine at  home.
Hon- to rent or buy a moving picture machine.
How io make big money at entertainments and amusements.
How to obtain positions which pay %:::, per Wi - k.
How to become a finished operator.
We give instructions that are simple and interesting.
We have the newest method of teaching by mall.
We send you on receipt of $1.00 complete instructions.
We teach operators how to pass all examinations.
We represent the leading film exchange.
Remittances     to    Independent    Theatrical  Exchange,    400-401-403
rke Building, Seattle, Wash .
upon and . ,    ,
each  year  for  . m
(2)   If the fiitiiv other ��hj
father is deceased), of the _oael
steader resides upon a farm i_ J
vicinity of the kind entered lot 3
requirements as to resilience mayT
satisfied by such person residing md
the father or mother.
(li) If the settler has his ���-.
ent residence upon farming lando]
ed by him in tlie vicinity of his hW
stead, the requirements as to ri
dence may be satisfied by r.,-:!,a:
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writingshof
-e given to the Commissioner of Dm
lnion Lands at Ottawa of Intention]
I Warden School of Operators
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at an annual rental of Ji ��� _jj
Not more than 2560
leased to one Individual or con* 1
A royalty at the rate of five cents]
ton shall be collected en the meij
chantable coal mined.
W. W. C01IT,
Deputy of the Minister of 'he 'nl     I
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Open  8 a. m, to 6 p. m. Fridays  7 a. m. to 6 p, tn.
Phone  138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
Silverdale
Beef.  Mutton, Veal  and Pork.
D
avies
&s
on
First-class   Cut   Flowers   and
Pot  Plants.
Monk's  Stall
for
Fisn and  Came
Mrs. Runacre's Stall
Home-Made      Sausages,      Head
Cheese   and   Sausage   Rolls   on
Sale.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Stetsou'a Great spectacular production of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is b n
ed al the opera house ior Friday eve-
nlngning, March 10. The way this
old drama bus been mercilessly butchered y the "fly-by-night" companies
in the past makes one marvel that it
lias no; loni; ere this lost its power
of attracting people to a playhouse,
and Indeed it has. except when Stetson's company comes to town. The
public has grown to know Stetson's
and to know that it alone lifted "Uncle Tom's Cabin" from mediocrity to
mastery. In short. || is the only company presenting this American classic
with capital enough, with sufficient
scenery, people nnd railroad equip-
ment. Stetson is the only one giving
it the needful environment to ensure a
perfect representation; ami no more
enjoyable enlerlninment will he seen
on the local boards than Stetson's
"Uncle Tom's Cabin " Over 25 people
���'.re used in the production and with
its artistic mingling of mirth, melo.
dry and pathos, all classes of amuse-
menl leekers will be entertained.
Specialties galore, wonderful mechnni
cul effects, new costumes and a splen
did orchestra will be in evidence.
Mutton
Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection ��ives absolute satisfaction.
SOLD BY
TOUGH TOWN OF TAFT
NOW IN DESERTED CLASS
Graniteware
Just arrived���Full and complete stock Qranlte-i are, In all the very
newest designs, and ai be lowest po Blbl. c( . Call In and Inspect our stock; no trouble to show .--ame.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
���um
me, March 17. -The town ol
Tafl , ibi east of the Idaho-Montana
divide, 11 (own known us, ami proud Of
ll'e ii le of "the toughest hole on the
continent," ia being rapidly deserted.
Tafl iv;. blllll to accommodate the
working 00 tha long < hlcago,
Mil'tvi , (i.. |>iiK,.| Sound Railway
''.um 1   through   tbe   Bitter   liooi   dt-
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
To   Much   Sport.
March 17. ���Lord   Klnnairdi
11.ni of tin* football associating yesterday at Newport,
hire,  said  he feared  thnl
0 of Greai Britain were car.
1,1.1 far and making tin in
���"' tipaiioij Instead of n recreation.
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101.
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. j rivel
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bEHlUU_ r'HflPOKIIONS
AIRSHIP ML UKRY
HUNDKEO PANSC.VtitRS
Bank of \1 ont red I
181
Uncle lom's
Cabin Co.
The Barnum of Tl
25���Men md
Scenic Investiture
��� v n;   10
spectaculai M     :.
colored  people  from
buck and wing   lan Ing;
hounds: Eva's
chestra;  popular   p-ie. S;
concert  twice - ,
sal.,  nt   Ryall's   Di ig Ston
. .
U-    *-n-       Cuba  ,'. .   M  Than Author-
���'���      v   to   Aamit���
K     >9 Ct ��� enoes.
Hai  'al
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Van   a
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z    as
- th<   move-
;:-';':    ��� ...v.-        A
ml ��� ' '     ��� .  . stationed
at thi   towi
$14 400.-00.00
...      11,00.*. .���'.���'.' .���'.*
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tun ... .. eek.
province, with a '������:..
some   other    mei rural ]concern   . tbe4t ���   v   ..
CAPITAL
_^^ RESERVE
Aerial | the Future   l"ri'
w Or ss Atlantic and Re-        i tter�� _f oe.it .........  .
______________________________________________���
Savings   Bank   Department    Depo .-..���,..
���   wed  .....
Total Asset, over $1-8.0.10.000.00,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,  G   D.  BRYMNER.  Manager.
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Lawn Grass Seed
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i
| on  ���'
In on   oi
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the
Ii
fcCS-Clv.'- M^^^^
Hur^ani :
by
��� 1   will
: the Reiki *   '
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I Its tc r
les dr;       '.        parties   * ���   ���
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gnin
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Bl tenders.   Bj
tary.
Ii rai
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. ti   1909,
a Iver
fr m the
for i'-
p ^priflor Goods for
ies and Gentlemen
tterlal      ���   r
���
Wanted at Once!
100 MEN
and women to CO] ; s- ���   tii
did bargains ln n. a  an
furniture, as well
cles of many  kinds.  In
���-rs. Incubai i twrll   . Al
l.i v. guil iv  ..   '
Iin, etc., ��� tc      We h iv
did    walnut
11 way   foi Come and gel
��� ir i "i. ��� al
iul0' anJ    SPFXK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
>��� the
_   M
���-.     St.
1  and
he ten-
ii
While   ::.
-ll  .
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..... and  ,
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t ocusts, would fl.' over -
ariiiiei ',
AV
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irt of a wid
o i   -...
mt ������
.     ���   , Nixon
iin of the rura ise of its
..i I, was shoi .        ,.;    ���  ���
er bi ing ai i ��� arge of    e ' - ��� :
., Ity    ln    the    1 nar.
pro;. M
It Is rt        ��� l ���       the u| rising Is
erlous thai .-.."'���
Iking
  CHI dd soon
.  .   ���-
AWAY  UP | Mv
... ,     .
YALL'S
drug
si om
:
dved- a shipment  of  n. w
Women   T.ikc   Aen.il   Voyage     Above
Pasadena.
Cai ,  M -;     '
loon ascei   . .n, �� It.-. �� om. n as p iss. n
tt aci   in  r.i    It';.,  j  stei
I he balloon t'niu-d States mad.
.Ton lie.
Stone, the actress, wife of Hick Ft us
	
.1
J PHONE 57.
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  ��� ���         .,       , �� ..,
! B. C. Mills, Timber and
|     Trading Company
��� * ��� ���
.
�����'���������.
.   '     '
cycles,
Repairing of puns. nn. type ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.,  ..-..I   light acMn-|an<i   M^-  Roy  Knabenshue
ery.
!���'��� ni.-
Alex. Speck
1 ���   imbia St.    "Man tn   the Wheel."
Choice   flams   18c
i  ,.ut  Into use airships lar-
accompanied his wife and Knaben-hu81 steal ..      neutj
acted ,i    pil. :     _ ht     i     I  10,000 teei        ��� id of speed        in excess
the l    Ited Stat-3.and    >f ���   now attali i       ...       i;
was made -.t 9 o cl ck   '��� I be u sui     tl      ,   ���
last night ai Puenta, twenty-five mlh -';:   dps
trom Pasadena.
RAILROADS  SOUGHT  TO
PURCH��oE   BUSINESS
AT Till.
Central Meat Market
Chicago, March 17.���Competition be'
agents for the i nlon
and Southern Pacific rail**
prloi   to tl : led l landman i ���
. came bo active I bat n pn  ��� i  a
j lives ol   liu-  mails  sought   to   mi;,   i,..:   e
Oorner Klghth St. ana    fifth Aveni-S | ness   iron:     d| Such   wa
PHONE   S70
BOWELL 4  ODDy.  Frourntni.
II   '
l.
���     ���
English Watchmaker
i Watches for La IL
up.
rom $127.
. pen   tac.
ING YUEN
[Kwong On Wo &  Co.   Block.
IC      -;��   ��"d   Mclnnes   Sts.
fit'i
P (��. lkix 665
.. r   Watch s,   gi ins
$6.00.
silver Watches, gents'   open   case
$7.50 up.
Agent     for     Waltham     and     K'.Kln
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
7uo   doors   rrom   Geo.  Aduins,   Croc.-
nn nt of A. H. Gins, oi        | rattle
. Soul li li. ml Plow e  HI
, pan.. imi.i> in tin- Chli a o In arlng of
the     govei i ment's     dis oiutlon      ill
against   E,   II.   linn iiivu  , i   al.
Speaking of the activity of compot
i tltlon   before   the  tn rgi r,   1,111/.   wns
asked;
"What  methods .ii.l  the 1 ip.  !i
- 1    nts pursus?''
"They w. nt 1 . far as lo trj  to buy
business."
.   1      Jusi as a    Ij
in
II anchor    Ij i. ,. 1  n
and   ��� 1  lie 1     j      ei   .'  ��� eval.
ield 1,  I.. t< nod to
on  the  ground.
B   led upon observatioi
.        ,,
I, and      ,ee in no ���
in ���   li   was   ���..:..  to  1 re.in '   ��� hat  Un
1   would
��� of from .
I
���,, 1
in ,1 wei 1,
l PI       ' :      Willi
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
lf.inu'.i.'f .11. - ���  .mil  /V.,i..!��  in   All  Ktn.it ot
Lumber,    Lath,    Shingles.    Moulding.'*1,    Sash,    Doortt,
vior  Finish.     Imnrd  Work,     F.tc.
ah  and  l**ruit  BoXOfcn
pfi Stock  Plain and  I'amy (Ua.*.      >
FAR -IERS ATTENTION!
hum!).".   4     ^y�� in Stock for Fencing and Draining,
Royal City Branch- Columbia St.
TelephonO  12. New Weslnimslrr
Pope Receives Americans.
Rome, March 17.    1 ti.-- pope yesterday   had  sufficiently   recovered   rronl
his recent  Indisposition to receive an
American pilgrimage,
'**���������������������������������������������������������
���H- M"M"M"M' ���I"I"1"1"1"1"1"I"1'
i
I!Fraser River Service,}
I
Ier for
&w tt the
gggrfamgy flSfcr, Ramona
Testrcl Seeds I
etc
moj you.
',   No
1   ���
YOU -p
E  REST.
HENRY'S
v'*ouW,_. :,n,n?ter R��^.
::
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY. THURSDAY  AND SAT
URDAY.
at 8 a tn., calling ai following points;
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Olen Vai
ley, Whonnock, Ruskln, S rei lale, Mt
Lehman, Matsqui, Mls��tou, Hatzic
Dewdney, Nlcomen is.uiv. Sumas aw 'j.
Chilliwack.    Remrnlng   l.-aves  Chili*   J.
:Ss the button," ���|wacl* on Wednesday, Friday,
WE DO TH
day at 7 a.i.i.    Excellent    pa
accomodation.   Lowe I Freight rates. |.j.
CO.,
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
t
Every   order   placed   with    .j-
us    means    a   satisfied   customer,
(UK WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES aki: mwu
Kates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
: : I Jackson & Morrison i
Daily News Block.
N.w Westminster. Phone 388
W'KSTKRN    STl-AMI'OA I     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
R. Whitmore. Mgr. |��>M"1 1"! 1I,H,,W"!H 1'M"!'?
New W   ' , 4 	
��H*M
y*.BrsnehNur.;;;;
Uln Vancouver.
Edison Theatre
.    -'    ...     .IIN:
I'.ii  , .      .V        .:   i \
tll(J   till       1    '.'   I ' ���   ' . 1    I
11 otor boat in     md 1    ll    o        ��� ��� ���' ;
from all over 1 antrj  li ���
,.,i p.: he conn its ��� hlch �� 1 taki
plat e during 1 he Alui ka ���. ul on Pacini
Exposltl ..1 which open In Bouttl. on
June 1
More   than 200,01 0   iul ed
pan les will  be   1   1   gro* fl    In on��
nasi   b. d ..'   'li"  A I-
. \, ���. 1 tion which opei li   on
June 1.
Speclmi ns of ail of Ln        I nk'
wondi 11 .; vegetable . n . . ���        11   is
shown ai th 1 '. ..... a-1 ikon I
;,..  III..11 in . .     ' a
them    the    splneh       ���
u hlch  ia.  bi Ing  'v.!
i , 1    outtiei n di
1 he Filipino < Ion I      I, 0
ui  the  world - mo 1     1   ������     ���
���. anlzation    srll] ictlon
the Alaska-Yukon-Pa
in s. attic thl     ���   mt
Three "f     '������     hlgl
1 of the Unll .    to ba
��� ��� .1 within . I      ,: ll(    ,,;
lie-      M.i      1   ,
Seattl      rh.       ���   .!    II    1 Ier, ftli
It   ,    r   .....I   Ml    COI
,      , 1
 ���
r panning gold il Via
ravels, Jusi , .1  in ,
IDS    'mil   .hi'
11 v in cost on round
I ,,,,, - 1 lhe A In
Pacini .. i.i. I.
1 ��� Seal 1     ui 1
Th-. American An .tlilell- ttti
tnplonalilp ���   ���    '��� ' tl
  the stadium ul lhe v. >   v 1 -
A Little Good Coal
--     1    I. :  .   l.ni    lire   Wll> II   ...   lot
nf poor coal sends out co heat
... vi.    i. ig economical to buy
Ir  ... .1.   11 1 nuse    it  is    clean,
���   mal -    loat iie>at,
It   1  ���.'��� v  little 11 sh and '
,1 1 moj,. per ton than    poorer
1     laiivt     t to any
..-  of ibe ��� Ity.   Full   weight
our   order
< I.LfY  BROS., Ltd.
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ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
opERA
H0U.E
BOOKINGS.
AWll-T,    '���"'   '
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DVUl)  UUl__^^C��
Mart" 26
Apr '  9
April  23
Lb
Empress of Britain
Empress of Ireland
Empress  of   Britain   .
When svn.llnp* tor !'"���!
ntry '.���- buying    tl
ll 1 ' :i ' ''
!��� lay
C ill for paitlcolar-.
SO. OOULET
Animated    Pictures    and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE   LATEST   HITS   OF THE
SEASON.
. llli."      ,1 III lini'lllt-UI       BHaT.-l        a-	
Program changed_ Monday, Wednet-j Vllko_,pH(i||,(.    ,..,.,������,    ,.    thre.
1+++++++++++
Electric Railway Service
Into, ,1,1, .,,  Line.
Vani otl   1   tad way
every half
���mm   .���   .0   11. 111. Last
. n  1 tavet al 11 p   ni.
,   leavi    Vanoouver at
p.m.
City   Lm.;:    Cars   leave   tram
. the hour, twenty mln-
ter,  and  forty    min
comm n.-lug at t>:-0 a, m.
Ob lie  depot   ever*
nty minute     for  both  Sapperton .                  Ur'tS  OV.r
di
Sapperton   Line:   Cai     li
ni ten mlnuti-a. after the
half past and fifty minutes .
the hour, commencing at 6:3d
a. ra.
I
day and Friday.     Special matinee for
ladies and children, Saturdays at 2;S0
p.m.
Admission,  10c.
I.
On  March   I. Hi.- Alaska -tik.h* '
ctflC   ICXpOflltlOtl.   Wlll'dl   "I'   "'   Itl   *J-'*"    .
tie on   .lun--   I.   was uln I; Ave    per j
rent,  complete,  which  innlie    doubly )
certain the declaration l ial I   w ill h i
opened it. the world on the day given, j
the amusement  street of the   Maska- X     British   CO.UtTlbia EleCtriC.Ry. CO., Ltd
+++++4+4444+++++++++++++44444++++++++++++*+++*+++**+
Sunday service half-hourly be-
��� .t.-en S:.10 a. m. and 11. p. ra.
Agent I
quarters of ,1 mlli  long, y. 1 there were I
five nppllcaii.'ie   for ���'. on  H (
which enabled the dlrei loi    to Beleci ,
Children, 5c. ion!y   {h(,   v u.v.    Tlie
F- L. KERR, Managr.    | fair ,.; .lime 1.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  HAIL-   NEWS.
thuhmw*. ���A���CH ���
A TREMENDOUS
Money-
Saving
Opportunity
THE
Public Supply Store
is simply selling1 out!
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
PROOF
iiaS-iEJ
i.
THE very fact that there are
more Great  Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron Range*
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three times as long as a cheap
range, but It doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
REAL HUSH PLAY WAS
HEARTILY ENJOYED
���Shaun   Rhue" Presented  on  St.  Patrick's Night, Welcomed by Thea-
tre   Patrons.
If you want anything in this line,
j To keep your sons and daughters un-
��� n -i ,.    'I'd.r the honiv  roof a piano or graph-
Or eVen II   yOU ClOn t, kpkope ����� "'" neatest attraction, and
the lack of one sends them elsewhere
Despite the various social and musical attractions elsewhere in the city
consequent upon yesterday being the
festival of Ireland's patron __,_���_., the
votaries of the dr.lina turned oui irf
very fair number's to witness a pleasing presentation of domestic life in
the Evergreen Isle.' "Shann Hhue,"
which being translated frotn Iri-h iiibv
plain ' every-day'English means "Red
John," alias Larry Donovan, and personated by Arthur Cunningham, passes through several vicissitudes more
or less unpleasant but takes them all
with thai happy-go-lucky, devli-rnay-
care spirit so common to the laughter-loving Irish nation and, of course,
comes out victorious and concludes
his part by singing a jovial 80'ng with
one breatn and kissing a pretty "colleen." The song is al in honor of
"The Donovans,'' Ht-aven bless them.
Kate Donovan and Dora Ciivnnach
the two pretty Irish girls, we.e well
represented by Miss Raymond and
Miss Condeh; as also were the Calif-
gans, father and son, the __di-_ Donovan and Lawyer Wadly. In fact, the
whole cast was typical of tbe Ifh'tiohal
characteristics of the Irish ':in,i the
ojuaitit costumes added the realistic .
touch.
During the intervals the orchestra
played several selection- which were
applicable  to the  day and   'he  ncca-
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us, We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
to seek entertainment.   We have them
on easy terms, also sewing machines
for  the   housewife.
J. H, Todd's Big Music House
-COLUMBIA S.TP.EET.     ;
Ihe Pearson Electric Co.
(Successors to T. Moworey
Electric Worksj, .
These household necessaries will never
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere Scalers in Electrical Machln
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice,
BOWLING
The Real Estate team beat the
pouters last evening by L62 pins,
-fores were:
REAL ESTATE.
1.    _.    ;..
Pearson 121 110 L?0
Hale 171 1G2 101
Goodwin 11a lul J,3_
Savage 131 1 IT U.
liar bare..-  ,,,.,,. 116 165 12.)
Car- j
Th.,
Tot,
-til
49,4 ,
-_������ |
���1.9 '
409 '
Totals 889    688
CARPENTERS.
L      2.
69b
Tot.
Sloan . ...��� 131 117 TJ. 41;i
^IcKenzie 73 7-- 111 868
Harrison 12,'i 135 14a 401
Haslam 106 122 88 *16
Johndro 17a 160 17c 513
Total-
.lill    642    .57    1913
than at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
��. ;:     '
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
New and Stylish
Designs in
H &>m'W**>k- *:w I       _s
.{&;.F.^y^ K r\At{\Q
I'KICKS   FROM
ery, fixtures and Supplies
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing a
Specialty.    I'bone 331. P. O. Box 928.
PYTI-1IAIN
SKATING   KINK
NEW K. OF P. HALL.
Eigntn and AQnes Streets.
Hours: Morning, l'J to 1.; afternoon
2:30 to _������ evening, 7:31) to 10. Admission 10c, skates 2jc. On Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
ivlll bo furnish, d skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. ^Phone
A 4X3.
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
223  F'*ont  St..  Opposits  M.r^ct,  New
Westminster.
and   1260  Granville   St.,  Vancouver.
Should '���)' consulted If you want to
s. I; furniture or an auction conlini. I
Lhe Stock Implement auction held
every Friday morning on Westminster
M;i'ket;,;and every .Saturday morning
OH Vancouver market.
Xew rooking stove; S wa'-'ons, near
ly now; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower  (new).
'.'hue young fresh cows. $30, $50
one with calf 2 weeks old, $75,
LOVES  UNION   TOO  WELL
TO  BECOME  U.  S. CITIZEN
Danville,    111..    Marcli      J7.- Judge
Wright, of ihe federal court here,  to- ',
day refused  naturalization  papers to
William  Strong,    a    member of    the
United Mine Workers of America.
When asked, "If it came to the
point that the union and the laws of
ih.. United States differed, which
would you follow?" Strong answered,
"The union, of course."
Judgi- Wright said: "I can never
grunt the right of citizenship in tho
United States to any man who follows the dictates of his trade union
rather than the laws of our land."
Girl to Be Good for Ten Years.
Oakland, Cai.. Marcli  17.��� Upon ""V
promise iliat  she  would  Ve  good   for,
t.-n   years,   Marie   Strong, daughter  of;
. prominent Portland famii;.. who re-J
cently   pleaded    guilty   to  ; .and   lar-'
.'.'ny   and   admii I6d   lea.line   a    I. v1. 8
life  in   Oakland   and   San   Francisco,
> i.   allowed be_  freedom        - rdaj
upon pro-bat Ion* for that length of lime*
Claire    Curliss.    a    companion,    ali-.ii
was placed upon ii;u years' ; ro iatloii i
Taking   Fake   Pictures.
. ���< ;i11 lv. Marcli 17.��� Fai;..- iie-viii'
pictures of the, . Hums-.loliiis'.ii tight
a, re taken at Dugdalr- park nn Sun-
i.'uy. Iienver Ed. Martin posed as the
i.l'.ck pugilist, and Peter Ha run ns '.In
���xchanipion.
$1.25 to $7
>V   NUMBER  OF   SLIGHTLY   SOILED
BLOUSES  FROM  50c  UP.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++4+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
rosperity
A. J. BIRTCH
"THE  WHITE  HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
\
i* We bave found the phllosoplu ,". -none���found a recipe for prosperity.
��� What is H?
I Oet Busy!!
1 There are opportunities for lntestment,    opportunities for enterprise
I ��� all arotind you.
IX We have real estate propo i i ,n, v,,,i(.h wj), pay j,audsonie dividends.   X
4. V\ln-  not  investigate? t
I :
I __���___ F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. _-tj___�� I
New Weslminsler, B. C,
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SPECIAL VALUES IN
For years we have made a specialty of handling tlJ
best grades of English Serges. The new SpriJ
weaves just to hand show a variety of exceptional!
fine Twills, some with hard finish, others with a durable soft finish. For Ladies' Skirts, Suits or Chili
dre.i's Wear we have special lines which we can reel
ommend for these different uses. You have excellent
choice of twenty-five qualities in the selection now onl
display.   Per yard, 4Cc to $1.50.
r++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++k>������k,���4���AAnt
Another Shipment
of Silks and Satins
ALL   GRADES
Our aim has been to have for this
season a complete range "I shades
in the most popular and reliable
weaves. Satin and thifi'ou iiu-
islied silks bold tht- tir-t place,
They are now on display in th>-
new shade of navy. ..!...- blue, Copenhagen blue. sky. :u-:cau, .biscuit, champagne, gold-i brown,
dark brown, rtetfn ie-.-. old rose,
reseda, pearl grey, gri vis, cardinals, cream and white. Prices
P'r yard 75c, 85c 90c and $1.00
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Covert
Jackets
27 and .2 inch Covert CAatS in
plain color and fancy stripes.
Styles sHow semi or .ight fitting
backs with self bblvered buttons
and strappings. A dozen styles
to choose from. Al; sizes, Kaeh
$6.95 to $15.00.
NEW   TAILORED   BLOUSES.
White linen blbus.s tailored w"h
Qibson and liemstinlied tucks,
n't w style long sleeves.; embroi.l
. . .vcd fronts and plain button
stylv. Waists liavt; titncy embroidered linen collars and stiff
oni'i's. A dozen styles to choose
from.     Kaeh $225 to $3.50
/ 1 I it
'    1 '
If You Need Lace
Trimmings See Our
New Range
l.aee trimmings ot eycrv description are in great deinitiid. W'l
challenge any siorr to show you
a more Wttti lete paingj ..1 th pop-
ular every-day viiri.ii.s as well
as the many fancy dewignB now ���
...pular.       Our   complete   range
can now be 1 n in sample book,
all  marked   In   pU_ta  ffgun s.
ALL-OVER   LACES  AND
TUCKED   NETS.
11  ���    new  Mock    contain,  many
.v  styles suitable for yoke_ or
..vi -i .
Ilcni, ci'i'iiiii and white in CHI-
PURE, OKIKXTAI., liltl'SShi.y
BILK; SI.QIHN. ��� VAHKNCIKN-
NBS, etc.
Remarkable Values
in Dress Muslins
10c TO 20c PER YARD.
It   is seldom that >ou wl.J tind ii
more  attractive   variety  ol
Uu- pried muslins than wl
have gathorvd together i i a
son.
We presenl    better    valui
ever     bt-ftilt-.        Wt-   be-;,. .1
them a careful lotik through when
,+rrti are buying spring trod
dress-PS  for girls' or ladles'
AT 10c PER YARD.
. 1 1 I -
1"   pieces of fancy  florence Mu**-
lins  In   light colorings  ai
spot Mus'.ln.
AT   15c   PER   YARD.
30 pit.-et's FANCY COl.'-KKI'
Dimities and MUSLINS, PKK-
CALES, and Swiss sjtt.n  vi.miii-
AT 20c   PER' YARD
, 40 nieces of colored ORGANDIES
' HltSl.lNS.      DIMITIKS.      SEERSUCKER,  etc.      AU   colors  In s
variety of patterns.
Some NeW Lines of
Boys' and Girls'
Caps
SERGE AND CLOTH CAP^.
,  v    35c EACH.
A    serviceable    Uiie   of    ''' '"���'
Serge Capajn uavy upd W&'i ":
,so ctinllaal and cream cloth caP'
' "Ml nenlry :t11ell.vl act lined  ���-
twill sateen.      lu all Biz'
to suit l.bvs or girls. Your
35c
Qaob
'f
TAN   LEATHER   CAPS-
���      75c  EACH.
The  most   ponulir  b.-.s'   d
in,., made of line ."V I ��� '
at;  nfn .
 75c
with peal-ed  front
cr, eaclit-.   .
1
ATTRACTIVE STYLES IN
j CLOTH TAMS,
a.
' i '���.}.'
Mtttle ot fine hat tell and cI��
well made, nicely trimmed. In coon  nnvf.   -rown,  tar.lin.'
and  cream'   ffll  "tf". ,n  ^fL,
qualities     J-iH>tt; j.i.SOc'to V��>\
. 1.
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK.

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