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 EIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
A83URANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, MO.\l>.\y MORNING, .MARCH 15, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
fcllES DROP TWO     l��Ht$ PiGNEEf.
POINTS INiFitOIF     mm 0liEAT mi
Show Fight For the
Championship Three Lo-
ca] Men in International.
nf Westminster on
\   ;,,��� mver   Dlsti Icl
I histles,    and  the
,\.   thnm   Island,   there
more   matches   In
a - '. and four i '
iv   in  may be   -;iid to
,   ie honors. The
ime  in hand  havi
Hi i, one less polnl
�� i :. h   they  Bhould
with     ii     similar
Ini . and  Westham
Is  more points, to
.. So thai iln- Btruggle
��� .    ,;       nined  by the margin ol
qui ar;.   :here will  be
ting  games   yet   to
Splendid   Struggle.
I foi tided themselves
lm ���.,    i histles again
,..:.    paddj   Hewltl   and   W.   Mlt-
l, whll and I learnt- came
i ��� .   in c and  to strengthen
-,.  ti rard  line,    The pay
lo       and Hearne fully justified
placed   In  them,  and
t .adilv pleased the large
hud. ���.:..    :  thi   best at  Recreation
rh ;'.;   season.    In the absence of
Itson,   Sail deputised  for bim in
and as Lock miild noi .net away,
(I   :.'    Hi ' on  Page Three.)
Westward Ho!
ie  . trai ��� -���     featuri s of   West-
|rj Ho! Increase each  month, and
Mirth number  has  BOme  anie.es
I Illustrations   of   Brut-class merit
peri Ileal literature.     The prlncl-
te��turi- is an Illustrated deacrip-
i of -.tit Knot.-nay lakes forest relit., with   ns    beautiful    scenes ot
niDiain and  water.      Mr.   Mac.MU-
I. lh.- author, lias caught  the spirit
Itiie wihJa with perfecUon.     Annie
ISwan'a Berial   tory,    -'The i-.xpia-
J1 Ol  i. hn Ree ihain."  grows   in  in-
I :     '���'- ���' ���      Vlllson  Hood  writes
1,io1-" * Stevenson's phllOBO-
holding thin cheerfulness wus his
liiiiiii.; vl ���
ElderaDtmps.c-   Liner   Limping.
Ddon.    March    ii.   -The    K'Fder-
l,,,s'" hip Monarch, bound
|m !-'"";""i for St. John's, put
j" QuenstOWIl Imlay with her main"') disarranged, Aft, r necessary
��� "ill  resume  her voyage.
Henry  Eickhcff  Passes  Away at Ripe
Age���Came  Out  in  Gold   Rush
to   Cariboo.
On Saturd - evenli one of the
oldesi resldi nl if ,\. ,, y\ estmlnster
i';'   ���:.!������. a sl on   illness.
The   late   Henrj   Eli kl ofl    ��ho   was
bi rent, Rv. of age
in   llaii'i..a     ;. ��� man .*, and   cami
Iftle.s.
In I I b of ! s59  lie     as .i -
d to Brl    li (loluni  ia. and pro-
' led in the ��� ... v he \ is
iii'd  again    In   1.62,      I . n    ���
from  a   ;: Ip  east       N n sue-
Fu] us a  miner, he i hod a
Btore in  the  i It)   anil  latei   added  a
tempi nine,, hotel.    These he conducted till 1889, when he sold out hli
n. ss  Interests   and    hi      -        i Btate
holdings.
Mr. Blckhofl was of a  verj  -���  Irin
disposition, and  was never known by
liis Intimate Mend   evei   to make an
unkind  remark  of his neighbors.   He
outlived his wife sum., six months.
Fi\e children, three sons and two
daughters survive, all residents of the
city. The wns are Fred. Alfred W.
and Victor, and the daughters, Mrs.
J, ('. Tunsla I and Mrs. W. II. Keary.
wife of the Mayor,
The funeral takes place this inora-
Ing at 9 o'clock from the residence
mi Second Street to St. Peters Pro-
Cathedral, where a requiem high
mass will he sung bj Rev. Father
O'noyle. The pall-bearers are all old
friends of th>- deceased as well ns
! eing pioneers. .1. ('. Armstrong, J.
8, Clute. 8r. B. W. shil-s, A. II. Mc-
Brlde, T. W. Gray and James Wise.
The Interment will be at th. Catholic
cemetery,
OlSPELLINIi FOli BY
USE OF HERTZIAN WAVES
"ie Fr-mco Canadian Convention.
far's, March n Mr. Kletcher,
f"rm'ln ��f th i anadlan Section of
tnbei of Commerce,
F the  ratification    ol    the
P^-Csnadinn ConvenUon    by  the
|i,"'h s,;''    will be an accomplish.
I:'' ' I VS.
pr Tnd,,. Reaches  Edmonton.
I : I I   -Colin Eraser,
[ ,; Chlppewayan, an i
i 'd  in   the city  to-
I ,l '  :          Eraser said the fur
1 li is unusually small
J   . nu. r in the north
[ '  ' ��� i.    the   Indians
I :  "'    '.'"ally    fro,,,  cold.
I'1   '
|., - im  trader In the
Mani<a  Strike   SprJds.
... ������ -i lasi week has es
nu;',"  workmen employed by
lVr,;"'      I    '    department,   The
, i''""* "- labor circles con-
Cn..;,,J'"" "���'"���>��� sfik-s hav,. I,,.,,,
French   Engineer Conducts  Interesting
Experiments   Which   Have
Proved   Theory.
Paris. March 1..���M. Dlbos, a
French engine, r, Is at present conducting a series of experiments on the
English Channel, which bave given
rise to the hope that New York Harbor may ultimately be kept free of
fog. Attracted hy the English experiments for dissipating fog by means of
electrical discharges, M. IMkis eon-
ceived the idea of a combination of
Hertzian waves. Beneath a powerful
iit-rtzian plain, which emits waves of
iu,  volts, in- has placed four huge
blow-pipes, directed t" the four points
of the compass. Simultaneously with
the discharge of the Hertzian waves,
the blow-pipes, each giving a temperature of -.|!i"i degrees Centigrade
were lighted, in from 20 to 30 minutes a thick fog was dispersed ovi r
a zone of 200 yards Encouraged bj
this success the experiments will be
continued,
TELLORAPBLRS STRIKE
ENDS SUDDENLY IN PARIS
Cf��urch  Ba,
Cowed by Threat of Dismissal, Which
Implied  Loss of State Servant
Privileges.
Paris, Miireli 14.- Tin- strike ol ;l"'
telegraph operators In this city ''lld"'
late yesterday afternoon as
as ii began
COQUliLAM LAKE DAM
I_D BY EXPERTS
Three   Engineers   Examine
Power   Dam   Proposal -
Citizens Represented.
'i'i"   last i -   ��� .a,, the en
gineers exi ,   ���!.,.   proposed
' " . Itl dam will be forthcom
ing in time : r I be i ea imed appllca-
lefoi , oi. wl  executive
on   Wedm next,
Willis Chi] ��� ii-.. i r'... he engineer
selecti d ��� .. ��� i ii iia n' i ���' imlttei.
weni up m lake on Sal     lay, and
thai vis  nd >   looking
over the o       Owin    to a num-
v ol cau ��� h re was but a small
attendance from the city council and
cit /a n's committee, those attenmng
ie Ing Aid. rman Garrett, John A. Lee
and .i. S. Bryson freni the citizen's
��� ommittei. Cit) engineer BJackman
..I." ac.ompanli d the pai rj. with su-
perlntendenl of wati rwor��-s s mi. A.
.*. ��� min ite Junction tbe pi rtj was
im" by Gi "i.i. Sj Ii ey Bfnck. ly, CE.
repn m utlng the \ ancouver i- iwe.
company, who are  building the da;n.
The) drove  y way of the pipe line
road to the head of the Coquitlajjh
i iver.
Clearing   in    Progress.
The Vancouver Power company has
aboul 30  men at  work  clearing    ;he
.and i.i low the lane, many acres
of which will be submerged. ine
proposal la i.i prepare It suffici. utly
to give \isiiing engineers and others
an idea of the surface to be submerged, and actual work will be rushed as soon iis the government gives
an answer,
Meanwhile a large portion of the
preliminary survey for the proposed
tram lin.- from Westminster Junction
to facilitate the progress of the dam
has been completed, the surveyors
who have been working from the
Junctlon northward have now st.-. >-d
in a southerly direction from the lake
outfall to  tie up the Hn*.
Other  Activities.
A number of test holes have been
sunk near the proposed sue of tbe
new dam below the present one, wiih
a view to discover tbe strains und' r-
lying the surface material, having in
vie* the foundations and other tea-
sons.
The swamp land west of the outfall of the .ake is still untouched,
snow covering much of the surface
of the morass. The cribbing at the
existing dam has been raised all
round, aud some temporary work put
in io keep it in condition pending
construction.
Widening Tunnel.
Work is also progressing on the
tunnel between Lakes Coquitlam and
Buntzen, the idea being io Increase
the capaclt) of the tunnel from nine
feet to thirteen feet wide. A small
contract on this section ol the work
has been placed in the bands of Armstrong, Rennie and Campbell, of Vancouver,
Th.. engineers later visited the tunnel, and posted themselves on a location for tb ��� Intake pipe belonging to
the Westminster city waterworks system, which the company has promised
to ���     ove farther up the lake.
DEER HERDED DOWN
AND THEN SLAUGHTERED
COLLEGE LABS ARE
BASKETBALL CHAMPS
ELEPHANTS AND TIGERS
MENACING BRIilSK INDIA
The operators yielded
i e fo re  the energetic attitude
if iln'
h
���  Women's   Hats.
:  . '�� m.   vn W
omen who
1 " 'heir hats are offl-
"'"  the  Kirst  Baptist
cord-
""���>" to ,-,
���J barred ti
���I-"!,. ,,��� a          r"*t   ��
loan   8��merv��l��.   Mass.,  at
ihi
ii nn
1 'l 11 'Mil,r .-in, ,,
1    made last
Wnel
, Ss   Bc-'ns   Buildinn.
l"'-niM v'"  ' "'   Construction of
this cii " con-Pany's station
commenced '"day. it
kn��wn as a  fin-	
"���i'h
'in
" 1*0 V,',
���i mast 150 feet
government, which threatened lm tani
dismissal unless work was resumed,
wllh   the   loss   Of   slate serv.in'   l"'m'
leges.     Tonlghi the service �����"* nor'
mal. For several boms yesterday i
city was cut off from telegraphic communication with the outside world, a
general strike following n quarrel
tween a subchlef and ihe "" "���
Kamloops, March 14.���The provin-
police are now Investigating a
ca8e of illegal deer killing m the vicinity of Notch  Hill.
The pelts Of eleven deer were found
secreted In a bush aboul three miles
ip Scotch Creek and across the lake
ii.��� in N'ot.-h 111:1. They represented
four does, three bucks, and four I'.wms.
The deer were apparently herded
down by some unknown party and
Killed. The police are at present working on a strong clew and they have
every iiojx* of ascertaining the guilty
party.
Nine Months for Cruel Joke-
K.'iio,,,, March 1 ..-IL M. HIU, ��*J
stole the letters of a man of tnesame
name and played .i cruel loke on i
hitler's wife by writing her '" M
feci Hii'i her bu bund had been kin
was seni to the centra  prison toi ""���
months yesterday.
Ask Canada for Team.
Wellington, N. 7... March 11.- I'lvni-
I, r Ward, speaking at a rifle championship meeting, expressed the hope
that as the New Zealand and Australian states would send teams to CO-!,
plete  lb  the     empire    rifle    shooting
meeting in Australia next October,
thai Canada and Orent Britain woulU
iiMi be represented.
1 mbians Defeat Vancouver in B. Division���Lose
i >ut in A. Division.
i i  all nams  from Colum-
ill ��� .   i. a le  ;i vi i>   creditable
.    In i  ������ j or provincial   ���
nan i n   al the Vancouver V. M. C. A.
ti    day,   winning  the championship i'i  the B division   i l,.  years and
!  weight  limit), and making
i      ii ������ In A  di. Ision (17    eai
ound   weight   limit).       l he
b       had set  their hearts on  n
senior class, bui ihey were
n   consoled ovei   thiii
Ing in >t in the si c nd dli i
The I ical t'liiss A team was bi il n
b) iln V. M. C. A. In their flrsi game
by a score of 27 to 17. The los rs
.'>��� ��� '��� ahead at halftinie, m .��� came
��� ! ��� : ivhen their oppou nl ���. a n. d
:li" lead in the seco ..; :���. -��� and were
ana i .��� to catch iii!. In ih . ��� ��� ���:
��� against Victoria, i v .. ou class d
. -land quinti tt ��� in ��� er) polnl.
bul pl ... ��� d easily r.ltb I In in In I In
hoj. thai the Capital Cit) i. am wi u d
by some luck beat ;.. i. M. c A.
and so ,_i\e ih.. College lads another
change for Qrst place. The score
of this match was 29 :0 18, but might
have been several times as much for
New Westminster. When the V. M.
C. A. played Victoria they Mid noi
ink,, any pains lo spare them, an.l the
final si ore was 65 fh-f. in Vancouvi r -
flavor,
The second team from Ihe College
bad nn easy run in all its matches,
winning from the Christ Church by
22 to 20. from Y. M C. A. No. 2 by
16 to .".; and from V. M. c. a. No. l
by 29 to IS.
The championship of the Class c
(13 years, 115-pound weight limit'
was won by the V. M. C. A. from the
Christ  Church, their only  riva s.
Al) the games were good exhibitions of basket, all, and some of them
were exceptionally classy. The match
between the first division lives of lhe
College and V. M. C, A. was taster
than mos; senior games, and was goo<l
basketball throughout. Th,. result of
the tournament was somewhat of a
surprise to the College students, for
it was thought that if either of their
teams were beaten it would not be
the Class A.
Tho local players were: Class A���
Forwards, Kenny, Smith; centre, Davidson; guards, tlifford and Priest.
Class B (Champions) ��� Forwards.
MacArthur, While; centre; Maxwell'
and Berry; guards. .1. (.ifford, Cook.
Destruction   of   Wild   Beasts   Becomes
Problem for Officials���Bounties
for   Tigers.
Washington, March 11. -Man-i a
tigers a.- .t wim elephants, to whosi
ferocltj i. v inds have paid the penally ut death in liritish India, lately
have become bo dangerous that they
��� proved the chli i destroy' rs ol
the eautli ul forests of that country
according to American Consul Gen.
\\ i Ham ii. Michael, of Calcutta.
Moreover, the extinction of these
wild beasts has become a problem to
iii fovernment Officials. Heavy rewards are paid for the destruction i l
the tigers but the elephants are under the protecting wing of the govern-
meni and are therein- shielded irotn
harm.
FISHERIES APPEAL
TAKES MW PHASE
 _. 0~'       	
Attorney-'.   _ral Asks For
Defir <?' * of  Jurisdiction
V
Fr *���* . uli Court,
WHIFF UF OPIUM
0EttAI.ED HARMLESS
British     Government     Commission  of
Opinion That Practice in Mod
eration Does no Harm.
LABOR   SCORES  POINT
AGAINST  STOVE   FIRM.
Washington, March 14.���Tbe American Federation of Labor in the future
may freely refer to the boycott against
the Buck Stove fi Range Company, of
St, Louis, except ,by inclusion in the
"We don't patronize" list.
This, in substance, of widespread
importance to the labor world, to
manufacturers and to newspapers generally, is the sweeping decision hand
ed down yesterday by the coun ol
appeals of the District of Columbia In
the noted injunction cas.. of the Hack
Stove H Range Company against the
American  Federation of Labor.
G.   T.   P.   Terminals.
Winnipeg, March 1 I.--Brown's Innil
and business exchange of this Cit)
has completed the sale of four hundred   feet  of inner harbor  property  al
Vancouver to the Qrand Trunk Pacini- railway. The sa e price was $1-7,-
600. It is understood here that the
railway has purchased this property
for use as the terminal of its line to
Vancouver,
Cruisers to Quiet Natives.
Berlin, March 11 The admiralty
has given orders thai the cruisers
Licpsig and Arcona and the gunboat
Vaguar, under Admiral Koerer, leave
the Asiatic station and proceed to
Apia, Samoa, lo exert a quieting m-
fluehoe on the natives of the German
island of Savall.
Bigamy  Law to Restrict Divorce.
Ottawa, March 11���In the Senate
yesterday Mr. Cloran introduced n
bill to restrict  lhe evils of divorce by
providing  thai   the  guilty one  of a
divorced  couple shall ne:   re-inarry   in
Canada, and, if he or she does so,
Ihey shall be Iia v to ���<"' blgatnj
provisions   of   the   Criminal   Cod.-.
London, March 14.���The stratling
opinion that opium smoking in moderation is harmless is expressed by
tne government commission which hn-
been inquiring into the use of the'
drug In the Straits Settlement.
"With the exception of those medical practitioners who hold views
strongly opposed to opium," says the
commi-sioners in a wc-port issued this
week.'' the medical witnesses are prac-
tica'.ly unanimous in the belief that
the practice in moderation is relatively harmless. A great majority of the
evils alleged to result from the habit
ar.- applicable only to cases of opium
sots, smokers, who indulge to an, extent comparable with habitua, drunkards' indulgence in alcohol.''
The report quotes employers ol
coolies, the majority of whom are
opium smokers, to the effect that they
do the same work that abstainers do.
Tb.. commissioners, having regard to
these facts, declared the evils not siit-
ticient to justify legislative Interference with the traffic in the Straits.
IMMIGRANTS  CROWD
PRAIRIE  uAND  OFFICES.
Winnipeg, March 14.���The land offices were crowded yesterday with settlers and homesteaders who Were
making enquiries regarding home
steads and the best places to settle
These homesteaders intend to make
tueir homes in the various districts
tributary to Regina, Moose Jaw.
Prince Albert, Calgary, Betbbrldge
and Edmonton. They will go west
as soon as tiny complete their arrangements for settling.
CHICAGO WILL TAX
CHURCH PROPERTY
Parsonage [Should no More
Be Exempt Than Milk
Depot, Say Authorities.
Chicago. March 11 - The church
parsonage stripped in tha eyes ol
the law of i's traditional sanctity, is
slated  tor luxation  this year.
This edict, which wil mean io Cook
county an added revenue approximating several hundred thousand dollars,
has gone forth from the county attorney's oilic. It follows a reci nt decision "i the supreme court, which
holds a clergyman's home to be jnst
ns taxable ns a milk depot or a factory,
MILLIONAIRE   RENTS
CASTLE OF DUNSMUIRS
Victoria, March 14.���After being
idle sine,, the death of the int.- Mrs.
Dunsmulr, Craigdarrook, l-,ort street,
more commonly known as Dunsmulr
castle, has been let to Irving II.
Wheaic-oi'i. proprietor of St. James
island and ii"' famous St, James racing   Still.li
Kb owing the protra ted litigation
iie provincial and federal control
of the salmon fisheries, which ia
been crystallized Into the action of
North vs. Kendall, which went :(J appeal ni the county court, and thenoe
to the full court, where the action
wa- thrown out on technl. ��� grounds,
the attorney-general has prepared a
lisl of questions which have bi u Bent
to Registrar Pottlnger for hearing at
the nexl silting of the full court In
Vancouver. They ask for a determination of the power of the provinc
over fishing in tidal waters.
The questions are as follows:
Jurisdiction Under Act.
l. Whenever a regulation is made
by the lieutenant-governor in council,
under the powers conferred by sectio.i
9 of the British Columbia Fisheries act,
1901, and amendments forbidding fish-
in--' within any water within the provinc'-. except under authority of a fish-
ing lease, permit or !ic.-nse, i_ no;
the right to the public and of every
individual to take fish in such waters,
as defined by said act, taken away
to the exent of such prohibition, and
are not then the fisheries so dealt
with the property of the crown in the
right of the province of B-itish Columbia,  or in  the  alternative  is  no-.
(Continued on Page Two.)
HILL SAYS BE IS NOT
BUYING IN CROWS' NEST
Denies Report That  He is Purchasing
Mines and Roads in British
Columbia.
St. Paul, March 11.���"Tne report is
untrue The Great Northern is not
making Investments In the Crows
Nest mines in British Columbia, or in
any other section."
The above Ib J. J. Hill's comment
on a report from Toronto that -li\
Ilill or the interests he represents,
has secured control of the great coal
fields at Crows Nest pass, north ol
Spokane, in B. C. Kailroad and
other activity In that s<ction has set
the Canadian press ani railroad men
to guessing and as the movement, or
whatever it may b- termed, cannot b*
fastened on the Canadian Pacific
railway the next Lest guess bere is J-
J. Hill or the Great Northern.
SNUFFED  OUT HIS LIFE
AS GOOD NEWS CAME
w York, March 14.���Frank O.
Bruce, a Yonkera Inventor, committed
suicide nt hia home in that city to-
day, Jusi as the postman brought to
bla door a letter Infon ing hun thai
ih,.  United States Patent ntfice had
grained him a patent on a nonr-
fi liable bottle, a device which bil
friends say is worth $1,000,000. Hnuv
had become discouraged over the dlt-
lieuy which he was having in con-
n.ction with his patent. Twice before
he hud attempted suicide, but had
each iline been prevented from carrying out his purpose.
War   Is  Expected.
Berlin, March 14- A more pessimistic feeling prevails in official circles today regarding the outcome of
the negotiations between Austria*
Hungary and Servia. The Servian
Government has brough a large quan-
lily of gunpowder from a Saxon factory, for Immediate delivery, and has
placed an order tor half a million
bandage rolls for field hospital use.
Endorses Preference.
London, March  14.���The Council of
the   London  Chamber  nf    Commerce
has passed a resolution affirming that
the Preferential treatment aeoordod
by various self-governing Colonies has
been a distinct advantage to the British manufacturer! and that the Withdrawal ol the Preference would be
most detrimental to trade between tn,.
varioiis pans of the Kmplpe.
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FRATERNAL,   ETC.
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Eagar Allan Poe, in one of his stories, says:  "I  took myself to the morning newspaper, and, having carefully perked the columns of 'Houses to Let' and the column of 'Dogs Lost,' I then attacked with cir*
,       .f lhe. e.   .mer-sting, because it shows that Poe, fond as he was of literature,  read the classified advertisements before he read  the  news.    Follow Poe's example in this  matter and  watch  our rWlM��n ^
They talk to hundreds of people  each day amd they talk to the man when   he wants to listen. .S5'ficd ads.
_l-*_5
WANTED.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
LAUNDRY.
WANTED - JUNIOR     REPORTER. I AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
Must have good education, one with      temlzlng.    tluiiin  &  Falrley, phone
knowledge of shorthand and typewriting preferred. Apply Daily
News office, Front stret, after 7 p.m. i
 j
WANTED���A boy to work from 6 to!
12 in the morning. Good Pav- Ap-,
ply this office Saturday I etween 12 |
and 12:30.
WANTED���General servant. Apply
Mrs. D. J. McQuarrie, Sixth street.
near Fourth  avenue.
���1117.
B.  C.
ROYAL    CITY    LAUNDRY,    ROYAL
Avenue and Bilackle Street.   Ncuv is
;���    Flack  block,   Vancouver. I     the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring.   Ring up phone
183.
C. HAM BER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster.    P, O. Box 795.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; best work
n-asoiiablo prices. Phone -">, P. 0.
box 142. Daily News Block, Sixth
street
LAND SURVEYOR.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
ARCHITECTS.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
W.  I). GOODFELLOW, ARCHITEI T,
Room 14, Dominion Trusi block.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT-
Gulchon   Block.     Telephone  338.
WANTED ��� GENERAL   SKKYANT. ;
Apply Mrs. R. Dickinson, corner Of
Elliott and  Carnarvon.
LOST.
GARDINI-K & SHERRIFF, AKCHi-
tects, Guichon block. P. O. Box
77-.      Phone '-���'<-���
'. NASH, 11 C. LAND SURVEYOR,
5 and ti Hamley block, New Westminster.
RING UP PHONE 185 FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc. Reas mable
charges; quick service. Royal City
Parcel  Delivery.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING    UP   250   FOR     HACKS    ANDl
smart  turnout:
hies.
Fashion Sta-
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's snoti store), Carbon and platinum portraits. Interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
LOST ��� GOLD      CASED      WATCH |
somewhere    in    West  Fnd Of city.
1/jcket  attached;   lady's  picture in
the locket.      Finder   please   return
to Daily News office.
LOST���SUM    OF    MONEY    ON Columbia   street.       Reward.      Return !
to C. A. Welsh, grocery store.
FOR   SALE
FOR    SALE���PURE      BRED    PLY-
mouth  Rock  and  White  Leghorns;
$1 per sitting.     I). W. Bray, Fourth j
avenue and Eighth street.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
THL PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eletcrlcal machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building.
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
FANCN   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR. POULTR.
.breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 42a. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. \\i|te your requirements.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New West-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications pre-]
pared.
MUSIC
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupi] of Carl-
lotta  Antelll; R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and of Q. F. Sims, Mus.    Bac, Ox-(
ford,.  England, will  give lessons  in
singing and harmony.
PAPER   HANGING AND   DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanltas;
house painting, kaj-omlnlng,  paper
hanging     and     decorating.      Sixth
street. New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
REAL   ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF ik C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556, phone .'(34.
TWO ACRES, five miles out, at ��
cheap price, to close up an estate;
this would make an ideal chicken)
ranch a I small cost; $300, terms.
FEW LOTS in the best pan of Burnaby at $100 each. 50 by  150; easy
terms.
J. J.   JOHNSON,   Dl'PONT   BLOCK.
Columbia street, phone 169.
FOR SALE    A 5-room cottage, nearly
new,   in    Sapperton;    owner   mus;
hair money tit once.   This can be
bought very cheap for cash.
[FOUR and a half acre block on
the North Road, only a mil., and
a half from car terminus' Sapper-
ion ; prices nnd tl ."ins very ri a i in
able
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near tram office,
phone 433. Real estate ami Insurance,       City    property,    suburban
tracts,     farm    lands,    and  chicken
ranches.
Fraternal SocU
I.OO.F. -AMITY U,0-_E
The res*,.!*..   ,,...,���(.,.. ���, ���-
-reheldrao-
hla streel
at 8 o'clock. H:;,��!
OSE   OF   COLUMBIA   iv,
15    SONS  ,-   RNGutnff ��
Red Rose Dep-reemi , *���-
F-onr'b  Wedn ���,*.���,���   ���, M
in  K. of P
���I p. in.. Wl ite " ��� ;
Wednesda*,
Mmo and  place. ' *-'
O.  U.  W.-FRASEI   L G��m,,
Meeting M
laj    iii    vi.'.    month
Lodge loon;.   .. o. | *
ffi.lOrws'    iv., ,    i   -,. ''H
JURT BRUNETT*-.. no 9      i
-Meets the I ;,   '  I
uionrh  at 8  o'i ���
hall, Od lf<
Flori  AND GAME.
'I
HOUSES TO   RENT.
BENSON .- AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables,' etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNISHED   HOUSE   TO   RENT,   2 '
reception   rooms   and 3 bed
kitchen, Lath and usual office. , goo I
location.      Reasonable    rent.      For
particulars Apply M., this office.
TO RENT���$15, six-room house, Royal
avenue and Fourth street; modern
convene aces. Apply .1. M. McDonald, 431 Agnes street.
FURNITURE.
W.   E.   P.-..,..-.   THE   FURNiiTRE;
Dealer, Upholsterer and U..d rtaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets '
Phone 17''.. night call 81.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS.   JAS. j
McKay, manufacturer and importer |
of monumental tombstones, building
sv'iie, etc.  Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM Ut,
Brine block, Clarkson Btreet P. O.
Box 694.
.."   cltl* I
FRATERNAL   ORUEP   OF   EAGLEli
Aerie No. 20
evening  at   8   ;    v 2
mil,    Coldn
W.   Pres ;    II    Scl
"tan.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $1. Home
cookini*. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Orientaf
labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY aND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Co-
l-nmbla street    Phone ti2.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITCRE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck & Cranilcll,
near Tram office.
TO RENT���Five-room cottage, furnished, on Eighth street, close to
car line. Possession on or before
April 1. Apply p., Daily News Office.
GROCERY.
FOR   i i...   BEST   VALUE  IN   GRO-
cedes, .    ���        .,.    nu, pure pood
Sup] ny, P. 0. Box 811.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Co ��� :' ti -������ d seeds, tree-, plant-, bee
Supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road. Vancouver, and branch mir-
- tv at   Soirh Vancouver.
PROFESSIONAL.
HOME   MANUFACTURE.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���On.- large furnished    ���
room, near library, suitable for two
Also two small ones. Rem   rea
able.      Apply 2S7 Victoria Btreet,
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED ROOM,
bath and modern conveniences. Apply 265 Victoria street.
MRS.  RUNACRES,  216    SIXTH  ST..
opp.    Queen's    Avenue    Cnurch.���
Home-n   di     lusages and rolls, head |
cheese, eti
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon 1 lock, Columbia and McKenzie Sts.. New
Westminster, B. C.
IRON WORKS.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Pubic, Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
tho Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Telephone 64.
VULCAN    IRON    WORKS,    LTD.���;
Bollern   kers    and    General    Plat.-
Workers       Boilers,     smokestacks, I
chutes,   conyeyors,    air    receivers,
sheet iron work.   Telephone 324, s*.
O.  Box 412.
WADE. WIIEALLI-TR & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C., A. Whealt.r, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Ixnne street, opposite
courtit-ouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and at Vancouver.
ROLLER   RINK.
PYTHIAN SKATING RINK. New K.
of P. ball. Eighth and Agnes Streets.
llpurs; Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evonlng, 7:30 to 10.
Admission 10c;  Skates, 25c.
I
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE ,SHILi__. fi  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm ami suburban property.
260 Columbia Btieet.
TO RENT���Large -ton uext to telephone Office.
STORE���On Columbia street, Sapperton, to rent; $1", per month.
FOR SALE���Several large lots on car
line, Burnaby, for $100 and 1125
each; $25 down, balance at 7 jmr
cent.
PEERS  & RAMSAY.  REAL ESTATE
and Insurance.   Burnaby property a j
special I...     Room   7    Hamley   block.
P. O. Box 458, phone 364.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, 32 Sixth street;  ladles' and
men's   tailor.       Exclusive   patterns
in ladies- aud men's suitings. 1'
in-;  and   repairing,  on short   ie   '"
Phone  B350.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lome street, w. N. Carty, manager
Sp.cial attractions provided during
the season.     Advance tlckel office,
Ryall'S   Drug  Store.
THE   EDISON   THEATRE,   CoRM.R '
i
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs
Program changed Monday, Wedhes-
day and Friday.
WOODWOHKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORK 1 N< 1
Co.. bank, offie*' and store fittings;
cabinet,   stair,   showcases,   mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnish-.-d. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and ear line. p. O. box 254, Phone
473.
rHE   ROYAL   TEMHLAhS 0FTE-
PERANCE me.    ���        v. idnesw I
Sl   8   o'clock   p,   i: '.   x, |
hail, Columbia sti
!OrW OF  6COTLAND * i>
30CIATION. LORD OF J HE i$LE.
CAMP, 191.��� _ ._
Third   'I uesd ;. :|
K. of P. hall.    ��� I
l.  O.  O. F.���Royai  City   LOage Sill
���Meets   in   Odd. *J
umbla Street I
at 8 o'clock    \ 'J
lie    made
N. G.;  C. E,    I
ing secretary
OTHER    FRATERNAL       HETItfl
include tike  L'l ��� -*|
F. au,I a   M.; King S --f
No.  17.   \.   K    :n ��� '---I
No.  1 i;.ii;   I    (i   I.. N'i 1
Sappt-rtva, No,  1683, I. 0
h'.,    Court  V.
Brotai rbood of 0
BOARD OF TRADE N - '' ' 1&1
ster Board of Trade n":-* ;'J*|
Board Room, Cit) Hall as WWI
Third Thur.. In; of ��� uA ��|
Quavteriy mei lags oa '> 'ml
Thursday of Fe lary, ^j
,Augusi and Sovi i ��� s :.*l
Annual    mei ;    *��� :
Thursday    of   Februa'f. ��
members   maj "11
elected at any tnonthl)  a ' '"I
meeting,    A, E. White, ft*
Fisheries Appeal
Takes New Phase
(Continued from Page One.)
powi ��� to authorize the i
any  pi r on  of  i uch  ti       i      n the |
crown fo ������ aid?
Que-tion of Title,
2. Is it not co ipi eni for I        own
in the rlghl ... thi  . ovlnce
Colum iia in
of pro,' rtj  ii   	
i.iorlze the use of .-uch : berli . however acq iii ed. '" prescribe thl tlmi,
place and mode. .,��� and by whlcl I
Bees or licensees Of the crown shall
lake lish. provided such termi are noi
made illegal bj laws or regulations,
enacti d or made i y or under th au
thorlty of iln   parliament ol Cana la
3, Did the granl of land by Brl
Columbia to Cai ada, made by section
2  of chapter   11  ol   the  Statuti       I
British Columbia tor   the . oar  i *s'
convey to Canad i;
(ai.   Any rlghl or title to i1 ih
in the tidal waters i mbraced i i
, ��� ant, or any  rl hi  or lllli   lo   ui h
Qsheiies  whenever by conip li ni  ������
thorlty the pub Ic rigid of Ashing In
sncii watert * bould be tal on awn)"
tbi.    Any rii h   or title I i Bsli
in non-tidal bul naiIgabli   ���
inae. d in said grant?
I, is ii  co nl  i'"   'ii.   Hi   ���
ant-go.     council    ;' ��� ill)   to
1
cry regulations sei oat in schedule
A. h.r.to. assuming that al the nine
said regulations are mad., the regulations made ' y the Dominion authorltii in the premises ar.' those bi I i
In schedule i; hereto?
The sib..I \  and  11  refern .  I
aro respectively those Betting out the
rinda aon    Qsherli
dons,, and thi   federal salmon Qshei ������
regulation   In   - Xlsti ' Ce   B     the   time
..   incl ii    authorities   enacted
lined ln si hedule \
age and married women whose husbands are taxpayers were entitled to
The   day   was   observed   as   a
public Etollday. The women dis./      I
rn.  organisation   and   po E< .    u
heavy  vote . 'The Issue was ciii.ii> be-
the Socialists and Coos-rva-
t ���-"-.
..nii umum BY LAW
IN STATE OF NEVADA
Cai       '        Nov..  March  11
bill  to a rambling  In  Ni vada
wn^ . , laj  in 'Be sena ���
as to Include all card games thai are
���playing for mon. y or prizes, the   aw
i" i" co v   -fi    live Octobei 10, 1910,
Thl , ,iii  the approval    ol
both  bun ���     md  H  is  believed that
..ll  he passed, whlcb
.;   in.   proposition  will
ub , thi | eople at the nexi
gen 'ia   alectlon.
Won i n    Out   to   Vote.
March    11    '-'���
.   nieipal   eh i'i
i   time,  Und
4 <,++++++++++++++++++++++++
4
x This is the
4   -������
l Opportunity
Sent#0n Approval A
To RSSFO-Tssau People  ��� &'"""-ij
fgiMTAU
Laughlin *n
FOUNTAIN PEN I
and ^
RED GEM '%���'���
IShft InK Pencil 1^1 -J
Yoor Choice of
Look   over   Henry's   catalogue
and make out your order tor
���
���
X Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Ti es, Plants, Bee Supplies, etc,
No wlmly agents to annoy you.
No damage from fumigation. No
delays of customs.
:
Pout
paid
to any
address
Br Ihvud tUu,  ,- v.m.     '
"luUnliunt are _��aul Sin �����
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YOU  "PRESS  THE   SUTTON,'
Vr��� DO  THE  ff���ST.
ENRY'S
urseries II
Offices,   Greenhouses   and   Seed ���
. .uses, 3010 Westminster  Road. 4
ir.ouver, B.C.  Branch Nursery, J1
South Vancouver. f
M light_haiid may be had
���all.,,   our   sl���n,Jar(1
inack opaque nail im
ffjw_^y^��.i
V01, ,���,ytrvl)|.
-_sffM_fij-?'i��S:
.-_;^S����t-.��
-!:i;.:v,:lI::v;r;.:v,:'
j r..1.ui��r'i';,,*',.r'"',"/'.'*,'-*-'* ��.n &
1 Cl>mi.l.u, lr_, ,...,,,   I*'"-'1.   "I
l_   BUThrl    I,     . "'"'"~li.ni.) I
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, md six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & l ������
Front Street.
LAND ACT.
tx)   Ciilrl.-l    |t,
������������������������������������������������������������������������
""��� ��"- *�������  i.m-i,     i,,,a
w.nu.,1.  wni., f���**,,,";     Ai-mjj
. ' *��-�����.-_m"'\,":;:;
I* Lai'��hlin Mfg. Co.*
_      5     M��>slic llldn
Mlnb
New Westminster Land District,
District  of  Saywsrrt,
Take niiilci: that 1, c. \\\ Preston,
of Vancouver, occupation farmer, Intend to apply l'or permission to par-
chase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted on
the nrrrlh shore of south Twin Island,
thence following the shore easterly,
.southerly, westerly, northerly nnd
easterly bach to point of commencement, tailing in the whole Island con-
tainiii", 200 acres more or less,
C   W. PREBTON.
Dated Feb. 2nd, 1909.
NOTICE.
New Westminster DH"
District of New We.t-T����'��*
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Rape,
Take  notli  .   :' :���'[
Pitt  Meadows.   D.  ' '..���#
rid lady, Intends to ��l |
sion 10    purcha ' '" (, ,-rf
scribed lands: Comro '   as    ,J
planted al the   on '   A
ui.il,  thence   ��� , [4^
���outh 80 chain         ��� ' ��� (!>
! more or  less  "'   '
thence northerl*   1
lhe   point   Of   <-'i"n"';;
Ing 160 acres mor
nail*!
���s  ni""' ' '      ,. ,tIn
I.AKKU-    ���-..,
M. I- ^lK|1   ' MONDA
Y,
MARCH   15,   1909.
itl    PENITENTIARY SUPPLIES.
Mi. .I        '
0f  1'cl.il
>rsed
-
Inclui
nders   nd Iressed "Inspec-
ntiaries,   Ottawa,"  and
for Supplies," will
until    'Thursday,    U-th
.   |-ciusive,  from parties  desir-
ng for supplies, for the
vear ja,      HO, for the following
��� 1):
���     entiary.
���  Paul Penitentiary.
Penitentiary.
v ary.
Penitentiary.
ta    penitentiary,    Edmonton
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
^ffi^Sit.
MADE IN CANADA
Wednesday, March 17
;   will   bo   received
u.wiiig classes of
.i
ft .1  Paints. .
|; :   lia-oii.
T ment.
���l
ire.
,,;s of iii'    ma Ion as to form o,
Itract, to        r with forms of ten-
will !,. furnished on application
Um
11 Biipplies are subject to the ap-
jyal oi tl     win den.
DOUGLAS STEWART,
GEO   v.\ DAWSON,
Inspectors of Petlitentlaries.
jepa o Jui lice, Ottawa, Feb
27. 19
HARRY   H.  CAMPBELL  Presents
The   Irish  Actor Singer
ARTHUR  CUNNINGHAM;
I
In   Joseph Murphy's   Famous  Play
"SHAUN RHUE"
Complete   Production;    Excellent   Cast!
Hear   Mr.   Cunningham   Sing   "Barney
From   Sweet   Klllarney."    "The   Dono-
vans," "A  Handful  of Earth."
*' :u'-' on Bale       ���:   i .    Drug Store. |
Prices isi. ;:;,���. :. .,       , 25c
nM   m
M& !t '; *�� th- adv.intagc
m\ ��� ���       -   housekeeper
-a to v.sc tliem
-wder.
'ili-.tt s Perfumed Lye.
Imperial B_kin,T Pcwder.
aillett'a Cream Tai ai
���   I     **_t Cakes.
'    Mammoth Bine.
-    klnffSoda.
Lett's Washing Cry��t_
MADE POR OVER
SO YEARS
(-slsilijbfd 1852)
E.W. GILLETT CO., LTD.. Toronto. On���
Thistles nrop Two D0UHH060RSARE
Points in league     PRtpARING T0 TREKI
Page One.)
Four Hundred of Verigin'sj
Followers Coming to B. C. |
This Spring.
Ii('il1    ! a i again,    < be com
j blna      ��� [uite as evident  as
j U8ual    L le, owing io the lm-
po
Tne   Only   Goal.
played    a    splendid
*- in   the   first   halt,
ev' s duly.   Shaw. Verigin, Sask., March 14.���Four nun-
Ho.   er, broke through   dred Doukhi will join In an exo
:. ' . and Bcored tin    dus to  British  Columbia  this spring
,i! iatch,    Botl They wlll go to Robson, where land
,a di a   .... l  Ban    i ii cl ai ed   last   year   by     Pi tei
���i   "ii"       Forrest   Verigin    ai d    vii]   build   houses   and
1'       at the other end.   cleai      nd ivhlch   thej
1 ��� ������   provi I  Impene- ' Doufe n oii0w later, will live
Rovers   managed   to ' Peter V. tne presenl time
keep  :i  clean  sheet. i in   Brit] |a,  but   will
HJOREY_CO.
always have something spe< u.i
in ibe way of BARGAINS.
They invite you to come in and
look around. Stationery, Fancy
Goods, Toys, Crockery, Sporting
Goods, Combs, Brushes, etc,
AT
[MOREY'S
Columbia Si eet
LUNTEER    BOUNTY     ACT.   1908
(WARNING  TO  PURCHASERS.
of the right of _
|th African Volutei.- entitled to a
i.c by way uf ap-
it'   and must be
��� l by the Act.
.. atti      ii  is called to Sub-
d ". of the Volunteer
'    ���       " Iiich provides that
hi   right of a  vol- \
ointment of a sub-
������ d or recognized
of   the   Interior
th is not executed and dated after
date of the warrant for the land
iti   ed '   ���:.,. Minister of Militia
Di len       favor of the volunteer
J. W. GREENWAY,
11 ssloner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
Friday, March  19.
Stetson's lii.     ��� -;.. i      ular
Uncle Tom's
Cabin Co.
'The Barnum of Them All
25���Men, Women    nd  Children   2
Scenic investll ire a i tion-  10 i
spectacular specialty sensations, 10; i
colored people fi om the cotton beM;
buck and wing dancing; pack of I lood
hounds; Eva's ascens on; band and orchestra ; popular ; rices; fre band
concert twice dally. Seats now on
sal., at Ryall's Di v Store Prices
75c, 50c and 25c
English Watchmaker
^^^^^^^^^^    om $12./.
r   Watches,   gents'   open
Cold Wati bea for Ladles
up.
Silv
$6.00. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
silver Wati b -. gents'   opi n
'$7.50 up.
Agent     for     Waltham    and
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
"   was felt    Skawcroi
'��� i an on the field, and h]
p'a.i    was     ������.       [ona  y      redlta li
out  of position.    Th ���
d-spl ���   iol ��� )i as one of the
. ason.
^^^^H The   Teams.
''' ��� -   Ined   .        Westmlnsti
:'-iCe  ''���" I. Sa .       vv-.  Kli by and  Bruce;
Qa forwards.
case   Shi on, Hoop
B
Elgin      Tl Goal,    Forri   I        ai .v
Gunzi on ai d He\i il . ..   ,*i   . -
Summers and Nellson; forwards, Cam
F.  CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Croce-
i'.i
���H* H��M-M"M' ���M"I"I"I"I"ItM'
* - - - t
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
leave Vancouver for New West-
; eron.   Spence,   Mitchell,    Steel.
Ri nnie,
Referee:     \.  Phillii s.
Vancouver  League.
Wesi i im  Islan 1   	
Nationals  	
Rovers'   Men   Chosen.
Shawcross, for the Engllsl men, and
Johnson and  McGowan ror the Scots-
:i ��� ii. bave been select   I for thi   International   game  nexl   month,
-.OTICE.
Application for Wharf and  Marine!
ISiip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B.C.
,;' ��� given  that  i  the
I��� :. "t the City ot
Wt '��� B.  C,  ''out i actor,
F1'* 'PPhed to Hla Excellency the
I":"'' ��� I   for  the  approval
r the lon-tructioD
ulL;"i and a.a: ine slip situate or
:"''''   : t L iia Island on the
[hArm      thi   Fraser River have
5 :; I Honorable     the
���ster of lv.     Works at Ottawa
uf said wl arf  and    slip    way
I1'' '       to construct on land
r''1* v In    north of and
���   12 of  lot  "A" of lot
N'ew Westminster Dis-
"' -vlth  n description of
'��� ���     Ibed by metes
ive also deposited
F] i in the oftlce   ol
i    tor the said
rlct oS n ter, m which
proposed io    be
lance   with   the
r -n     7     of     the
Protection   Act,
'"   ' '       '"'���
tmlnster, B. c!
> in
A. I). 1909,
'    MERCER.
Cars ^^
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and S:00 j
a.m.. and ..very half hour thereafter
until  11:30 p.m.
Cars leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m . and ev< rj half hour thereafter  until   11:00 v.m.
Sunday Schedule.
dr. leave Vancouver Tor New Westminster in 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., und
ev.-ry half hour thi realtor until
11:30 p in
Cars leave New Wi tmlnster fur Vancouver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter 'iniii 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11 :00 p.m.
D. J.   McQuarrie,  Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
Of K WORK SATISFIES
OIK PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
FIRST   DIVISION   STANDINI
Goals
W, L, H.   F. A. 1'is
Celtics  ..
Thlstb-   . .    .
Westminster
2   l
i  Westham  Is,
,   Shamrocks   .
Nationals   . .
N. Vancouver
���i    2
1    :���:
0  11    1
24
21
19
is
I'.i
Remaining   Fixtures   To   Date
��� Westminster���
hi t'e within a few wi ��� ks. Latei in
the j... he vlll ai aln pi oceed to
liritish Colui 'ia and ll is exp. i I
that he will make bis pi i-maneni home
I here.
The dee -i-... of the annual meel
Ing of the D ikhobors with ri fer-
em i in be i i i 'ment to HriiIsh Columbia was ;h it two men and their
families should be si nt from each ol
Hearne, i the   vlllagi - 125   men   In    al .
Wil h   tin Ir   v. Ives   ami children   this
would  make  a   party  of  .00,   w
Mr, Vei Igin   i     i -d would I.  enough
he pn s. nt    spring,    The    i lan
��hi. I,   wa    ' '    Idered al  th.   ann ial
meeting   i:.*i-   not   been   followed   in
the  selection   i f  'be  men.    .\   bi I ter
method lias been adopted and Instead
i' i of sending i ivo men from i ach ol    n
0   rl lagei    i .       ��� n  who    have    been
I'liiv.-ii ar.   thosi   who have been on
the poorest lan Is     Those who ai
the   besl   land   will  continue to  c ilti-
rati   ii  a ill  ������'. iii  remain pi rmanentlj
In   Saskatchewan.    'Tbe  members  ol
the colony who will go west this sjniiiii
will   drive  across  country to   Broadview, sine- by doing so thej   will effect   a large  saving over  ibe   Yorkton
route.    Thej   will  take  with  them a
large number of oxen,  horses, cattle
and   farm  machinery.    They   will  also
Ltake  a very  large  '".ngine  which  bus
been in use tn the brickyard in Verigin.    The  financial   condition   reported   nt   the  annua]  meeting  was considered very satisfactory. The amount
owing b\ the community tor tdnd an
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
L
PEMSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor   to
Mayers & Prestcn
Office. Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
17
11
s
,
is
35
16
15
ll
13
in
1
QOOKSLETS
: Picture :
POST CARDS
ARE NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE  FAIR," Columbia  Street.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
I    Ma'ch 27.    Shamrock
' Home.
April 9.   Nationals, (league)
April 10. Celtics, (cup finali
or   Westhain Island,  (league)
i friendly).
Home.
Away,
\ Will .
4.>H"I"I,,I"I,,W<V'I-!f,l',I"I"I"I"l'4 IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
NOTICE.
- IN
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home Paper.
i supplies amounted to $:ii)0.nOii, but the
community bad (400,000 worth of
saleable goods "ii band, exclusive ol
iheir  hind  holdings, etc.
S, Etelbln, one of the leaders of the
community, was anxious to retire this
year and to spend two years in res;
from the care of the community, but
he was re-. t?i d und will remain In
office.
.m.
Great   Northern   Railway.
I Lv, N.W. 9:15 u.m.; ar. Seattle 4
l.v. N.W, 1:35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
l.v. N.W. 12:10 .i.m ; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.in.
Lv.Seattle8:10 a.m.; ar. N.W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle I:-.", p.m.; ar. N.W. .���:���"';���
p.m.
Lv, Seattle  11:30 p m ;   ar
���I iu.
N.W. 6:20
G. N.  R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster on 'Tuesday at 10 a.111., plums at .*. p.III. to
City. Leaves Thursday, I p.m., arrives ill city Pridaj **:!.'> a.m. Leaves
Friday al 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday al 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Qulchon at 1 P.m. On
'Tuesday. 8:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.iu. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon !'��� p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Choice   H
ams
18<
Take notice tlut I, (.'. W. Pr_ston.j
of Vancouver, B. C, farmer, intend toi
apply io the Honorable Chlcl Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing lease on the |
following described land: Commenc-|
ing ut ;i posi on the east   shore   of
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district, Pnnfral rVfoaF IVT^rl.Pt'
about a mile south of the mouth of | VrCllll Ul ITlLUl ITlUI l\Ll
Lak.-  creek,   thenoe  west  across    th
AT THE
"The Milwaukee"
0pERA HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
lrch 1T   Shaun Rhue.
".���';' l'"1'" Tom's Cabin.
Ph 24    "������������������   Beresford.
The Mo ier Power.
Mary.
'  Wai b.
I!l' Olngerbred Man.
���The   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Lme,"   Omaha     to] Empress of  Britain
Chicago,     'South      West     Limited"   EmpreSs of Ireland
Kansas City to Chicago.
any
nrii i
i.l-1 .
prll
No  train.- In  the  ���sei"ice on
railroad   In  the  world that  equal  In
equipment  that  of  the Chicago, Mil
wauUeo  <-   St,   Paul   Hailway.      Thej
own  and operate  their  own  sleeping
and dining oars on all the! ���
give  their patrons  an  excellence   of
island to the shore, thence following
the shore northerly, easterly and
-i.mill, rly to the point of commencement.
No. 2 lease.���-Zayas island, Port
Simp.on district, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No. l lease,
thence west across the island to the
shore, thence following the shore
southerly, easterly and northely
nrniind to the point of commencement,
C. \V. PRESTON.
Jan. 28, 1909
ttfljjlttl
CANADIAN PACIFI
ATiAf*ric^fCJM��c_fW(^8
. .Feb. 26
March 12
Empress of Britain    March 26
When     adlng for friends in the old
Corner Flghth St. inn    Mftb A venae
PHONE   37a
BOWELL & ODDt, Proprietor*.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Abated Wafer..
Family  trade a  ��pecialty.
Tel.  113. Office   Eight strsct
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
FIRE  ALARM   BOXES.
ii���Asylum.
6���Boya] C ty Mills.
7���("una: ..ii and Tenth,
S���Royal Avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth Avi nu.. and Twelfth.
12   -St. Mary's  Hospital.
13- Second and paru How.
11   Columbia and Dufferin.
15 ���Sapperton
if.���Roya] Columbian hospital,
23���Queen's Avenue and Sixth.
24���Third Avenue and Second.
26���Fifth Avenue and Fou-ili.
26���Fifth Avenue and Eighth,
27���Third Avenue and Tenth,
32    Ann...-, and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
.'!."���Columbia and M( Kensle,
36���C, P. K  station.
12���Small <���-  Bucklln Mills
P. O.  I'.ox  171.
Ti I
Ues.  429.
service not obtainable elsewhere,
II. S. ROWE, General Agent-
134 Third St.. ror. Alder. Portland, Or.
country  by buying    tickets    at    this
office you will save money and prevent
delay.
Bastbound Empress sails from   St.
r trains and J John Feb  l2 an(, 2��.    call for   par-
I ticulars,
Gasoline Engines
We   Sell  the  Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
ED. GOULET,
Agent.
PALMER    Ti
BROS.TWO
AND FOUR
CYCLE
GASOLINE
y~-_ "	
Advertising and Circulation |
THE Da i i .Y Nkws, New Westminster....       10? per Week' $ Vo0r 3 mos
m ,r"^IA\'I)AUI1 rtl.   l?vn_Tr>T7i    T J J  TV ���.,,fA    ivi'eK V S_! DftT VPS
Edison Theatre
Animated     Pictures     and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE   LATEST   HITS  OF  THE
SEASON.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
OtTlce 'Phone 18b.      Barn 'Phone 127
Columbia Street
ptageage   delivered   promptly    ic
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
l.vicli    the   material  y.u   want   fvr
Suits male to order.    P-'rfect fit guai
anteed.
HEE 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 5 p m��� for
the position of City Scavenger, duties
to commence on April 1st, 1909. Sal-
lury at the rate of $50 per month. For
Information as to duties, etc., apply
to the sanitary inspector at the City
Hall.
W. A DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hull. March 5, 1909.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   K.  OF   P.   HALL.
Eighth  and   Agnes  Street*.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^h Hours; Morning, 10 to l_; afteibcct..
day and Friday.     Special matinee fcr ,.��� U) -. em,n    ���.,��� t0 lQ    A(lroif,.
ladles ,-llwl   iliililn n    S5:ilnr(l_i-a   nf  9 ���'A l ,
Program changed Monday. W-dii-s
adles and children, Saturdays at 2:3
p.m.
Admission,  10c. Children,  5c.
F. L. KERR, Managrr.
sion Ibe, skates 25c. Un Saturdayr
10 to 32, school children under VI
will be furnished skates for 10c, Commutation tickets now on sab. 'Phone
I A 488.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon i oute
m
Tup v.,.      "a"Bi ��ew Westminster v, ^     ' Y *��
Th:n; ?r,l?n op Empire, London and Toronto, weekly .......... .$2 per y
The S, vi'" NEWS.AdVERTISER, Vancouver    ^c ff��m��^h' tf5^r >'
11U- w nday News-Advertiser      "        50c for 3 mos., $1.50 a y
F**^
��� ��� - $2 per year
ear
^ ^ear
Subscriptions and Advertisement- solicited for tiii- above publications
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
' Box 29 New Westminster ^^^^
V _________
11     1 1-2 to 25 h.p., 2 and 1 cycle.    Host
>^   value on the market. Knglnes kept In
9.     -������i
��� : stock at
.. \Vestminster..
IIron  Works
!���! JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Phone A22    ;*;
��_<_��'*-' ^nth Street,   ���   New Wesimlnster
for CONRAD, CARCR088, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON nnd FAIR-
HANKS. Daily trains (except S_ndayj |  ^   _ __
carrying passengers, mall, express and Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
freight coiiii-ct with stages at Car train for all points East at 3.20 p.m ;
cross  and Whim Horse, maintaining train for Agassis at 5.42 p.m.
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January  1st  train  for
a thorough winter service.
For Information apply to
���i. ii. ROGERS, Traffic Uaauer.
MAKE YOUR APPdAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET.
Aifpnt. New Wesfmirster,
or to C.  B, FOSTER,
Ass!. Onl. Pass.   Agt.   Vsnr<>o-tr*T.
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MONDAY,  MARCH
��� <    .���. - "-  ���
1905.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish- $
ing Company, Limited, at their offices, A
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. C.
Correspondence
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
*rj*
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.... .."..����, .....-'...........'...{...I ... J- 1| Jt J1l Jl. Jt f 1 11 alio*.. J*' JliU_
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(The Dally News is not responsible
for the opinions of its correspondents )
MONDAY,   MARCH   15,   1909.
LEGISLATIVE SESSION.
TIME TO  AWAKEN.
Editor Daily News:
Sir,���How much longer are the people of New Westminster going to re-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        main quiet before they awaken to the
���necessity    of     advancing    with    the
The  legislative  session   has  closed
tunes? Vi e have been daily expect-
after an unusually brief sitting, with I lng Uu, evidences of action by the
but meagre results so far as the legis- Board of Trade of this city, in the
la-Ion passed is concerned. The mag- j direction of an energetic publicity
num opus of the government, the I campaign, and It is high time that the
Water Bill, has become law, a mass | old lethargy be cast aside and a new
of ill-digested legislation, as the leader j era inaugurated.
of the opposition described it. placing j The accredited agents of every dis-
the positkm of water rights In a more trlct throughout Canada have been
involved condition than before, it is I busily employed for many months
very doubtful if the government will ! past while we have been idle; and
have mad.- the condition of the app.i- ! their representatives are now hard at
cant for records from the public wa-; work with J.oth investigators and
ier, of the province uny easier by newly-aroused settlers; about am nth
this enactment. ago  our  citizens   were  led   to  expeel
The Public Service act will be wel- speedy action in this dlrtction, but
corned .by both parties, as an attempi j so far there is no evidence of actual
to place the civil service of the proy- work in the interests of the city, and
ince on a better footing, but the Pro- unless the appointment of a publicity
vincial Elections bill would have had commissioner is made withoul further
a different ending bul for the stubborn delay it cannot be expected that sat-
and brave fight pul up by the opposl-1 isfactory progress be mad.- this year;
ition through the ree nt all-night
sitting. The government, however,
was so anxious to rush law making
through, and  return to the compara
ad\..     ������<.   ...ai   ....us   u_t.ud-.ng tiuB
cit;   .. id its industries.
Tne civic authorities and citizens of
Vancouver bave taken up the matter
in the Interests of their district with
the utmost energy; and it is the opinion uf many of our own prominent
nun of auaiis that every day of _e-
,a.. is detrimental to our interests, in
thus voicing the public feeling 1
would arge .or a speedy grant .ving
ivuiv aud strenuous .Hurts put tortn
io uiluliiilze tue valuable time already
lo,,.. in-' emarging of our civic income is one of tn. greatest funuions
euiri.stcd io the authorltii.I aud ___m       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
new  settler not only he.ps in ibis di- li ���  ��� ""*
rectlou,   .ut  is   a  prospective   'urum-   MACHINE WILL ANNOUNCE
mer" for the home ol his adoption. DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
New  Westminster, in order to se-: 	
cure an emarged prosperity, requires Winnipeg, March it. "All aboard
an Increasing Btream ot settlers; for, I f0r points west." No more will the
it the knowledge of our climatic and .ir( nuous lunged train caller be heard
other advantages are not properly d a calling out this familiar call at ���"''
seminated, the merchants and others <j. p. r, station. Machine has re-
who i ossess material or commercia. placed man, and starting In ai an
Interest In the city cannot expect that eariy date a huge gramaphone will
rapid   expansion   of   trade  which   ex-   c.,|,  ou|   the departure of trains In a
voice that will be both bearable and
r+++++++++++++++++++^4++++++44 �����-�������������� �������->���� �����������> ���������������������������
FOR SALE
A FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE, NEARLY NEW, IN SAPPERTON A3
OWNER MUST HAVE MONEY AT ONCE THIS CAN BE BOUGHT AT AM
EXCEPTIONALLY LOW FIGURE. I HAVE A FOUR AND A HALF ACRE
BLOCK ON THE NORTH ROAD WHICH CAN BE PURCHASED VERY
CHEAP. THIS PROPERTY IS SITUATE AB-" ; A MILE AND A HALF
FROM THE  CAR   TERMINUS   AT   SAPPERTOl .
J. J.  JOHNSON.
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4++4++++0++++++++++++++++++++++444+44nmm      """^
1 PHILUPS,���cSS:;1
EXTENSIVE DISPLAY  OF
I
Istlng conditions justify.
We  must  not delay iu advertising I pleasing to all,
"ourselves" and v:  possibilities any This   Innovation   was    planned by
longer;    never  have    the  conditions G-en   Man.   Bury,  and   it  Is   belli
been  so favorable as at   present, but to.be unique in railway hlstor;
three    valuable    months    have    been  .	
wasi.-d  iu  talk,  and are  now  lust   be- Teamster   Hurt   In   Accident.
yond    recovery.      We   can. however, ry, Ellwood, a teamster em] ���   ed al
"force the pace." and show  that our jju, asylum was the victim Saturdaj
city���which is    foremost    In  matters of an accident  while  return
appertaining to sport���is equally oner-   Vancouver  with
getlc in commi rcial enterprise; we
must show that we are In the "run
ning." and determined to be in the
first   line for every  mercantile  prize
no matter how energetic, or competent, the man may be who has been
sebcted by the committee, i: will be
impossible for him to enter Into cor-
tive freedom from criticism enjoyed I respondence with prospective settlers bwhich may ,,,������,, ,,,. be bl-ougn( ,ty
by the ministry during the recess that ! at a distance and induce them to visil L ,. effo-ts Int0  western Canada.
'our  district   this  season,  if the  delay j     The de-ire ()f ev-ry cW8en raust be
is continued much longer. ,(, ,���.,,.,, (he ,.Royal rjly.. known_no|
Advertising   is   an   art.    thoroughlj
they abandoned their position and
fixed a time limit In the Interests of
the wage-earner. This piece of legislative effort is certainly no compliment to ihe resources and plans of
the imperious attorney-general.
Valuable legislation of a minor
character was passed in the amendment to the Municipal Clauses act, of
special benefit to this community
which expects shortly to come under
its operation, and the Club License
act, which clears up a difficult phase
of municipal control, and places restrictions on bogus social premises.
Among the bills about which public
opinion was most strongly stirred was
the Medical and Surgery 1 ill and
that dealing with the Inspection of
hospitals, private nursing homes, and
sauatoriums, and here again the government had to give way in the face
of public feeling.
Other matters in which the executive was called upon to express itself
clearly and definitely in the Interests
of the province, as with regard to the
applications of the many deputations
which waited on the executive early
in th\' session showed ibe determination of the McBride ministry to temporize, and determine affairs In a po-
li teal rather than statesmanlke manner. The action of the ministers over
the lota) option petition, the surrender to the American speculators cone
cerning timber berth leases, thougl
postponed till next session for confirmation, and other circumstances all
point out that this ministry of all the
talents Is noi  what it might  be.
The opposition, led by Mr, Macdonald, and ably supported by Mr.
John Oliver and Mr. Stuart Henderson, has done great work for the
province, though without office, and j
has kept check on a governmenl
loudly proclaiming its superb man-
agement of provincial finances,
through the sale of the n itural resources of the province.
So far as the tone of discussion is
concerned we think ibe legislature of
British  Columbia can  favorably com-
with  any    provincla    or  state
legislature in the British empire.
understood by only a very limited
number of men, but every business
man realizes its necessity and importance to himself as an Individual:
When, however, it comes to dealing
with the point of publicity work for
the benefit of the- entire community,
few of us consider how valuable it is
to us individually: or realize the impetus it gives to a city when systematically carried through���for it is
tlie tradesman who receives the far
greater proportion ot benefit from the
very start, when such a  campaign is
successfully organized and skilfully ' ho{U now .uuj in lh
executed. No man therefore, who |
has the welfare of the city or bim-
Jself at heart, should permit further
procrastination without comment; the
"powers that be" must he made clear-
y to understand that tho citizens expect them to provide ample means for
only on this continent, but also In
every town and hamlet in the motherland���as a leader of mercantile energy   and   enterprise!      The   time   is
I
ripe for us to move ahead mere rap- ,
idly  than we have in the I ast If we ,
are to hold our own as n commercial
and shipping port.
The easiest and most effective way ,
of increasing our reputation and influence is for the city, the Board or' |
Trade, and the exhibition committee
to work together ou this publicity
question which is so vital to our interests, individual and collectvely,
future.
CIVIS.
New Westminster, March 11. 190..   I
a   tiain     '
which  l ecatiie  frightene l ������ ap
proach of a street car in ar 1
nurseries. Ellwood being thrown dow_
and trampled upon. Convey. | to the
asylum by Dr. Doherty's motor car,
it was decided, after a preliminary
examination by Drs. Doherty and McKay, to remove the injurvi man to
the Royal Columbia hospital, where
he will probably remain for a couple
of we. la-.
j NEGLIGEE SHIRTS       |
! FOR SPRINQ |
i   Our stock of'Men's Negligee and   Btlff-Bosoi
O ���    i ..., I
���   every way, comprising all the popular shade p     .1
Brown, light and dark Blue, with  fancy  ovei a
have small spol or neat floral design.    Thi
brie and  French Zephyr cloth, thi
are
$1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.50
^^^rlpf   Many
"K* '      ' I '���" cam. I
"" '   '' ' "v Drto  I
Nobby Hats for Spring.
"GET   THE   HABIT.
Housecleaning Time
GET  BUSY.
A   full  line of help  to  this Important D"caslon bt
The  Fair!
You will find here a large and Well selected    <���    ��� ring Bali
all  the latest Btyles  and Bhape, in Soft and Hard Hai           ���  I
Ing shades of Green, Light Fawn  and   Grej   an ....  We j
have all the'best English and American make    n .   lit tbe4
most shrewd buyer. j,
$2.50 to $6.00
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  COLUMBIA  ST.
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240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and Bell for the sam
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  H**--ne  Paper.
OPTICIANS ORGANIZE.
We are glad to notice thai the op-
Icl        of   thi    province   propose   to
.n   tl   i    imi .       and the
Inten . ���     of   i he   pu   Ic,   .      Is   bi lng
done i;. Manitoba     Tl .      . Iness
in.- presenl   time  I    In  the hands oi   aw
un n  manj    i  whom are honest, but  Qj
then   are also a  largi  uumln r of fa-1 *"
kirs  who  profll   by  ihi   Ignorance or
the public upon optical matters.
Tbe hitman eye is a priceli , a set
In an age of hard indoor work, close
application and very often poor light
the eye is subject to serin :s Btraln,
The [aklr has seized the opportunity
to Impose hi:- spurious knowledge and
often dangorouB wares on unsusp cl
ing people,
It is high lime that the pub ie
should be protected againsl such Imposition.    Tlure   is   no   moi I i
why there should be proml cuous sale
of   eyeglasses   than   I here   should    be
promiscuous sale of drugs, and there
is not much more reason why there
should be a standard of competency
for physicians than there should be
a standard ol competency for opi.
clans,
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Legislation on the subjeci wlll, we yttt
think, be welcomed by the public, who hyt\
feel the present unrestricted Bales i> i*i%
from Batlsfactoi 5 u ben i Ile Imi oi t
anci   "f eyeSlghl  i - concerned,
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WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If
so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUNbutalsoKEE
ACCURATE TIME.
W. C. CHAMBER LIN  The iewelw
COLUMBIA   STR-LT.    NEW  WESTMINSTER
S le agent for the Longlnes and Hamil i a \ Mm 1
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Best   of  Farmer's  Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
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Trust Block,:rront St., New Westminster
A. JAMES.
J.  McCLUGAN.
For Ladie
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We want every woman to know about the excellence and goodness of our new     rln When the
woman comes here for shoes w,. off,.,- her no guesswork styles, but tho best woman -hoes thai the coun-
try produces.     OUR SPECIALTY, women's $2.50 to $3.50 fine shoes,  patent  leathers, ,������,.
Foreign Drafts
on all   the v-^^
.and  "11 ,,l!'"r
Australia.
We sell   drafts at the  lowest   rat
points in cr.at Britain, Prance, Germany,  Italy
European countries, also on all parts of Asia, Africa,
New Zealand and Mexico.
Hankers'  money  orders  sold,  payable al   pai   nl aD-1
m Canada,
Collections made at the  lowest   rate
Sifen of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
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MARCH   15,   1909.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FTVE.
New Glows
and
p t&ons.
T. H. Smith
New  Belts
and
Rlichings
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A WHIRL IN
The ownei on Riving particulars,
may obtain a bicycle at the city police station
Swiss Embroideries
Astonishing
Values!
New
I 90c.
���'���        ti   Skiris at   Smith's
The  nexl   monthly   sitting  of
assize co bis  city  will
the
com
mence on
i.
For first , .,, flowers and    any
kind    of    Floral     work,      telephone
Davies' Greenhouse, 1.208. **
S. H. Farmer, timber cruiser and
prospector has returned from a three
months' vtsli  to the oiri county.
J
Read tin
m page 2
.   ". al  estate  ads.
READ:
tBROIDERY  ami    INSERTION   AT.    PER
.HP
5c
EMBROIDERY  DIRECT     IMPORTATION      FROM     l'HJ_
'CTURER IN SWITZERLAND.        WIDTHS FROM   I TO 4
-      ON SALE AT, YARD,
2000  YARDS   EMBROIDERY AT  10c   YARD.
riFl 1. SHEER, AND MEDIUM WEIGHT QUALITY, IN A
BIG VARIETY OF PATTERNS, WITH INSERTIONS TO MATCH.
ON SALE   \T
Mrs. i Re. !���;. c. Thompson, of
Sappei ton u ll no! n celve exci pl on
the first   Th i sday of the month.
For ta li orations and wedding
bouquets alty, Ring up   Tidy,
the Florist, 184 ������
The annual eting the ^ est-
minster Ci*. i itii association
vi ill be held i imorrov  i -1 ..ing,.
The monthlj  met ting ol  the board
of managers of the Roya   Columbian
hospital will  be held on  Wednesdaj
| next.
Six-dollar Moreen Skins. ,,11 colors.
for 12.90, at Smith's. **
The annual meeting of the Westminster Lacrossi   club on Friday evening
1 in the City Hall Is open to the general
public      All are welcome. ***
The annual inspection of A and H
companies. Sixth Regiment D. C. O.
R. will take place on April 26, at 4
p.m., at  the armories.
10c
For
II C assll
i - al   estate -ua, b   Bee   page
10 *i '.. :.:- CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY AT 25c. IN A WVR-
OF BEAUTIFUL DBSIONS AND IN" SEVERAL WEIGHTS.
LE   VT,  YARD
25<
A big variety of Skirting
and All-Over Embroidery.
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for
Women's   Ready - to - Wear
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Westinlnsler Lacrosse club annual
meeting. Friday, March 19, at S p.m.,
in the i'i;.'   Hall.     Everybody Invited
to attend ���*
11. A. Aikitis. one of the pioneers
of Coquitlam. and an ex-reeve is lying Berlously 111 at his residence,
Dewdney   road,
An Interesting Irish concert will be
given in Princess hall. Sapperton,
this evening, under the auspices of
the Ladles' Aid of Knox church, Several popular local vocalists have con-
d to take pan  In the prOgt*m.
Po you    want    to own    your own
ho,!' > "    twenty-five dollars cash
>'��" ���' _ a 50-foot lot on the ,
��*] ttaby,   balance  $75,  any I
11:1 D om   year.      White, Shiles
* ''"   260 Columbia street, city.     ** j
I
''    ���    H   King,  M. L. A.  for Gran- [
'"'" yesterday in the city, the
BU(      oi   11    c.  E,  Doherty,  medical
oi   ih,   provincial asy-
1;' ��� ���     for his    home in  Cran
brook b*.  the evening train.
In ib.  absence of Rev. W. H. Barrfl
'   who was al Chilliwack on dis
trh services    at    Queen's
Avenui   Methodist churoh    were con.
lay  bj  Rev.  Prof.  Bu
wash In th.   morning, and  Rev. Prln-
<.      Sipprell in the evening.
FaJi    foi  fancy furniture and Fa
1        imlly  furnitur.-       Store  al   thi
corner oi Agues and McKenzie st.-. **
a gi in al em. rtainmenl wil] be
held ui ib" the auspic of the Y, W,
C. \ ol i olumblan colli ge on Thurs-
da . >��� lng in the gymnasium. A
convrt win be given by the glr] stu-1
denis.
\ M.i. Hawks, ... i ompanled by
Mr-. Han ks, and two son- i I ,
to the city on Saturday. He is advising G llej Brothers with n ference
to the development of theii quarry at
Pitt lake.
��� oa ap . aram ��� : -in invaluable j
aS8i :. not a luxury, but a a. sity,
Ring ii;. B278 .-in.', lei us renovate your
��� I.  i    .     Royal City Dyi  Works     **
A number of matters wlll i
fori   the City Council this evening, in-i
eluding  the conclusion of    the civic1'
i     ..   '<���-. ami ih.  question of a grant
for advertising.
Al  the annual  meeting of the Mission Liberal association, the following !
officers were elected:      Presideni   G
A   Abbot;  vice-presidents, R. Dick. .1.
Pluinridge,    F.    McRae;      secretary-
treasurer, F. Verchere; executive, thej
officers "i the association and M. '
Hughes  and  Powi.
roday the new cut-off of the Greai
Northern railway between Blaine and
this city comes into operation. The
new customs port of entry will be al
White Rock, 19 miles from thi i
The other -unions will b< C
oiiv.-r ami Townsend \ trl-weekl
service between Pen Gulchon and thi
city via Cloverdale will bi  adopted.
SPECIALS
OIL CLOTHS������  large rangi em
nants from i:��� yard up. Mattings at
15 percent, reduction New Carpets,
just arrived, all prices. See them
For anything in the Furniture line
GO   TO
W. E. FALES
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Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT CALL 81.
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NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
NEW   HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
' \ FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS,    REASONABLE  TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R   PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
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reitiium Flour
IS  THE  BEST.
Ask your groc. It, and be sure you get Premium Flour, for it has
no equal.
If your dealer does not stock it. phone 335, and we will deliver it to
you Immediately,     Remember, Premium Flour is the best,
have tried ii you wil always   ise P.
one** you
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phone  335.
186  COLUMBIA   STREET.  ,   p. O.  Drawer 100.
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When you want
To
Hi
A Suit
Made to youi
Measure
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At MacKay's
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NEW BOOKS
The  Red  City, by  S.  Weir Mitchell   $1-50
The  Last   Voyage of the Donna
Isabel, by Parris $1.25
The Message, by Louis Tracy
 $1.25
or    light,    by Emerson
Hough $1.25
Cy   Whlttaki r's  Mac-,   by - "-
coin $1.25
ci" Rich-Quick  Wallingford, by
Cll..,(if $i.
Life of Ian MacLarea, by W. H
Nleholl $1.75
To Suit
your  own   individual
I lily   for
taste,   slyl
and
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Tint I life' anil Men's Tailor
SIXTH  STREET
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vjraniteware
Pull ami complete stock Graniteware, In all the v
possible prices,   Call  in an 1
no trouble to show same.
. and at  th,   low    t
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T- J- TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
[���'ephcr:
fm�� Yuen Co.
V  A^D  GENTS' TAILORS
O.  Box 665   MAKE YOUR  APPEAL lo the publl
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morn.nj   Paper.
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8 n*'i3.  to  Order.
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Westminster's Home P<iPer
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beit quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
m.i from British Columbia" Is
. of a lecture to te given On
Friday evening in Queen's Avenue
church .choolroom by Rev. J. n.
White. Dl).. superintendent of missions. Tlie lecture, which Is nnd i
the auspices of the Women's Missionary socletj. will I.. Illustrated bj
about 100 Btereoptlcon views of mission work In different parts of the
province.
Deputations waited on the Coquitlam municipal council at their meeting on Saturday with reference to the
Improvemnt of the Pitt river road
from the city boundary to Westminster Junction. Dr. Doherty, medical
superintendent of the provincial asylum, and H"ad Superintendent Sprott
attended with regard to the diversion
Of the road close to the farm colony,
which necessitates cutting dowa a
Bteep hill.
Now for bargains Remnants of oil
cloth, mattings and linoleums going
at cost. W. K Kales' Furniture store,
eor. Agnes and McKenzie streets.   **
The sequel   to  tbe seizure    ol    n
launch and goods las:  simimei  for Importing   articles   from   the  American
' sl le contrarj   to customs n gulatlons
occurred on Saturday when the launch
was  Sold  al   S   customs   sale   for $166
to Jam . Andi rson, and J. 0. Hunter
purchasi I th Perfection gasoline mo-
tor for |164. Tobacco, flour and other
articles bi ���> d were also sold.
Tin- regu ar meeting of the women'.-
auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital   will  lie   bib!   Ibis   Hlieinoon.
White, Shiles ,. Co, have two good
Btores to rent, one on Columbia Street,
Sapperton, and the other next to the
Ti lephone office. **
By reference to the classified ad i.
on page . H will be seen thai Arthur
O'Connor has some purebred Cock-
reis of several duterenl Bpecles for
sade. Mr. O'Connor Is a poultry
breeder of some fifteen or twenty
years standing and holds the record
for pri/e-wlnners In this province. A
N'l-ws man who is somewhat of a poultry faniier, i'n id 1' visit to the quaint
,.. agonal chicken house built and designed by Mr. O'Connor himself, on
Sixth av.nue, an,I viewed some of his
pure-bred fane, birds, many of which
have won honors lu all Parts of this
province.
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 29c
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 forZBc
Jersey cream, large ea". 2 for ... 25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can  10c
Assorted Jams, regultt             .  ���   bet.,
3 for 50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,   and   NO.  1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICES.
Adams & Deans
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Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, London, England
Is not only the oldest accident insurance company in the world, but
it has become famous for its prempt and liberal settlements, as the
following letter will show:
A.  w. McLEOD, March  11.  1.09
Agent Railway Passengers  Assurance Co.,
City.
Dear Sli I beg to acknowledge receipt of check in full payment
Of tin claim for accident Which occurred to me in January last wh..e
playing hockey at Burnaby lake..
\ though my claim was only put forward a few days ago, I have
already received a settlement, and thank you for the prompt inann- r
ln  which It  has been dealt with.
(Signed) F. RHIOHENBACH.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking let mo place a policy for you.
PAID-UP   CAPITAL     $1,000,000
. RESERVE 3.000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER 30,000.000
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62
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^^^^ Follow directions ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric,
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
WESTMINSTER   MILLS
SECURES  LARGE ORDERS.
tnat win injure me nnest tabric.
Five Cents A Bar
Bills Passed at Recent
Session of B. C. Legislature
' i he numbers and titles of the bil s
ed at the recent session of the
provincial legislature at Victoria anas  follows:
No. 2. .\\i Act to declare the Rights
" e Crown in respect to Water and
Wati r Powi r, and to Amend and Con-
Bolldate the Laws of tho provinc... relating io the Diversion, Acquisition
an '. use of Water.
No, l. An Act to Regulate the use
Of Liquor on Club Premises
and his Successors in Office a Corporation Sole.
No. 73. An Act for the Relief of the
Municipal Corporation of the City of
Fernie.
No. 74. An Act to amend au Aci relating to the City Of Victoria, being
Chapter 46 of the Statutes of 1907,
No.   76. An  Act   to   Provide   for   the
Establishment of Depots ami Facilities for the Preparation for Market
and Shipment of Provincial-grown
Fruit.
No. 77. An Act to amend the "Police  and   Prisons   Regulation   Act."
No, 78. An Act to amend the "Explosives   Storage   Act."
No. 79. An Act. for the Relief of the
and     Light  Com- |
The Eraser River Lumber Mills has
orders for the delivery before September next of over 12,000,000 feet of
lumber. Of this amount, seven and a
ball' million feet is for the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway. Tbe Rhodes
Curry company, of Amherst, \. s..
which firm constructs railway cars,
lias placed orders for one und a half
million feet, while the Ottawa Car
company has ordered three-quarters
of a million. Besides these large
amounts, ther are orders in hand from
Regina and the prairies for 3,600,000
feet, exclusive of shingles and factory
products.
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No. ti. An Act i" amend the "Ditches and  Watercourses Act,  1907."
No. 7. An Act to amend the "Municipal Elections Act." ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Nu. s. Aii Act to amend the"Munlcl- Armstrong Power       ^^^^^^^^^
p;il Clauses Act." pany, Limited.
No. 9. An Act to amend the "Pro-      No. 81. An Aci to amend the 'Cam,
vincia:  Elections Act." Protection Act, 1898."
No. 10. An Act to amend the "Coal j    No.  82. An   Act   further   to  amend
Mines  Regulation Act." the "Land Registry Act."
No.   12, An   Act  to amend the  Law \     No. 84. An Act to amend the "Land
of Vendor and Purchaser, and to Simplify   .itles.
No. LS. An Act to amend the "Court
of Appeal Art. 1907."
No. 21. An Act respecting the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
Act."
No,   S5. The   Fernie   Park   Subdivision Act.
How the House Was Prorogued.
The    honorable   Mr,    Speaker   addressed his honor the lleutenant-gov-
Wanted at Once!
100 MEN
and women to come and see the splendid bargains in new ami second-hand
furniture, as well as many other articles of many kinds, including brooders, incubators, typewriter, Al banjo.
large altohorn. guitar, atitohnrp, vio- i
lin, etc., .tc. We hnve some splen- j
did walnut parlor furniture, very
Cheap. Come and gel good value for
j your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
Just   received���a  shipment   of   new
bicycles.
Repairing of puns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  <n   the Wheel."
Distributed Monthly for
Royal Standard Coupons
Ten persons may win a handsome 109-plece dinner set each month
by using Royal Standard Flour. Each 19-lb. sack contains a numbered coupon, and each coupon gives you a chance to participate In
the monthly drawing for tbes,. splendid prizes.
Gather all ...e coupons ><>u can, compare them .ach month with
the numbers or the priza winners as thej a ipear In this space, your
name may be among them al any time. The more coupons you
gather the more chances you have  of winning.
The conditions of the contest are few. The duplicate of every coupon placed in n sack of Hour is deposited in a receptacle and ti n
are drawn each month. The ten persons holding the duplicates ol
these numbers as announced In this paper win the prizes. When
you find your number among the winners send In your name and
address and the prize will be shipped to you prepaid.
Always ns,. Royal Standard Flour and Bave your coupons. Mann-
'    ''red only by ,
Ai.:, _
,ls ul Canadian
Regulations,
ble Du,"'ii.uila
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section
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acres, more or le__,      "^m ��> l��t
Entrj  must i,t. m,.,
the local 'L'f'^'lyii
proxy ma,.      .   .     b    ' E��-,I
���tain cond:" 'J^el
Bon'daughter, brother or l"0!
Inteii: l(Jer     B1Bt��fOlA
Tht' i"'::' " ld8r is reaulr ,,
with    under   one   of the
plans:
lull*
(1)    At least
upon  .... .
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I Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd. \
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Vancouver, B. C.
No. 22. An  Act  respecting the Pro-1 ernor as follows:
fes.sion of Medicine and Surgery.        , "May  it please your honor
No. 24. An Act to amend the "High
way Traffic  Regulation Act."
No. 27. An Act to amend the "Reformatory Act."
No. 29. An Act to amend the "Jurors' Act."
No. 30. An Act to amend the "Mineral Act."
No. 31. An Act further to amend the
'Coal Mines Regulation Act."
"We, His Majesty's most dututii
and loyal subject--, the legislative assembly of the province of British Columbia, in session assembled, approach your honor at the close of our
labors with sentiments of unfeigned
devotion and loyalty to His Majesty's
person and gov. rninent, and humbly
l.'g to present for your honor's acceptance bil No.  IS, intituled "An Act
���-���   -���   *������
No. 32. An Act to amend the "Com i for ('raining certain Sums of Money
panies Act, 1897." I1'"' ''''' J'u,jl'e Service of the Province
No. 1)3. An Act to amend the "Pla- of British Columbia."
cer  Mining  Act." I     T" :llis  Ml1  ;l'" clerh ��f the legls-
No. 37. An Act  with respect  to the
Public   Service    of    the   Province of
British Columbia.
No. 38. An Act to amend the
Registry Act."
No. 40. An Act to amend the "Farmers' Institute and Co-operation Act.''
No. 41. An Act to amend the "Timber  Manufacture Act,  1906."
No.  12. An Act to amend the "Bush
Fire Act."
No. 43. An Act  respecting tbe Official Map of Alberni Townsite.
No. 45. An Act authorizing the Lieti-
tenant-GovernOr in Council to grant to I
CIVILIAN HIFIt ASSOCIATION,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Annual meeting will be held m
Board of Trad.- room** on Tuesday, the
16th at 8:00 p.m, All members and
intending members are invited to be
present.
W.  NELSON,
Secretary.
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i+ HOW  TO   OPERATE  a moving plctur.   machine  al   home. ���
4 How to rent or buy a t.i i*ing picture machine, ���
J How to make big money at entertainments and amusements,       *
J How to obtain position- which pay $35 per week. _���
��� How to become a liui-h- i operator.
��� \\> give instructions that are simple and   nt< resting.
1 We have the newest me bod of teaching by mail.
T We s.-nd you on receipt of $1 nf| comph te instructions.
��� We teach operators how to pass till examinations.
4 We represent the leading film exchange.
��� Remittances    to    Independent    Theatrical  Exchange,    400 toi-to::
��� Burke  Building, Seattle,  Wash.,
Warden School of Operators {
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ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
. 12)   1!: (or mother __i
father  is di .'  lh
8U'adkr"     ' ���' a'farmm^
7,Cin|lt3   ' ' '   ' red .���: J
n""":,;' '.ie J!
���att-fled ���,       b person rendu J
the father or mother,
(:!)    lf ;!:"     '^ha.hls.rj
"' :"   ' ' rmic_la_lJ
ed by him In tin -.,-,.;.-.. 0,hiii J
8teaJ'    '*' ientS   as  tord
dence may be   atl Bed by resi4
��� upon 'be Bald land.
Six months  notice in writing��mfl
;be given to the Commissioner otDi
ilnion Lan.:-: at Ottawa of Inttmtjd
'apply for pati nt.
COAL-Coal mining rights ma,^
'leased for a period of twin:.'.
jat  an  annual rental of ji ;. ���  ,
'Not   more   than 2 6i
leased  to one individual or eompm
A royalty at the rate of five cents pa
ton shall Im; collected on  tk _*������[
Ichantable coal mined.
W, W, C01IV.
, Deputy of the Minlp'or of ��tie iti.rl_|
THE HOME        P APEll
Is   the  Paper That Prints AI
the     Home    N'***?.
The     Daily    News
lf>c  a   Wee-
lath ��� assembly,  by  his  honor's command, did thereupon say:
Fraser River Service
In  His  Majesty's name,  his honor
,anajthe    lieutenant-governor   doth thank
His  .Majesty's  loyal  subjects,  accept
their benevolence  .and assent to this
bill."
Lieutenant-Governor's  Speech.
Then his honor (he IIet}tenant-gov-
ernor  was pleased   to  deliver  the following gracious  speech;
"Mr.  Speaker and Gentlemen of the
Legislative assembly:
"Before releasing you. at the close
of the third session of this legislature
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wsck  cn
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY
URDAY.
AND  SAT
ih- City of Victoria Lot 921 in said 1 feel it a duty to congratulate you
city, used as the site of the Kingston .on the results of vour -labor-. a8 ,,���,
Street Fire Hall. j bodied    in  the many    Important and
No. 16. An Ac: to amend the "In- "^'fnl measures to which 1 have given
spection of Metalliferous Mines Act"   assent,
No. 17. An Act to provide for the "The Water act, designed to insure
inspection of Hospitals, Orphanages, t1'" economical use of water under
���Maternity Homes, and places where Iequitable regulations minimizes the
Persons ar" undergoing .Medical or causes for litigation, and wil, |je Qt
ffcfl-Jth Treatment | great benefit to all industries requlr-
No,  .... An   Aci   to  Incorporate  the   in.'-* water.
British   Columbia    permanent   Loan!    "The consolidation and revision of
Comrany. the laws, which you hav,- authorized.
No. 54, An Act to Incorporate i will greatly simplify their Interpreta-
Prince Ruperl nnd Port Simpson j��� tion. and prove a convenience to all
Railway Company. 'concerned.
No. 56. An Act to enable the Cold- j 'The act providing tor co-operative
stream Estate Company, Limited, and j fruit-cooling depots mis a much need-
the whii,. valley irrigation and I'ow-vd uani of the fruit-growers and
er Co,,,,,any.  Limited,  to amalgamate j "'"'"I'I have the effect of further stun
at - a.m., calling m following points;
Hammond, Ilau.-y, Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskin, Silverdale, Mt.
Lehman, Matsqui, .Mission, Hatzic
Dewdney, Nicomen !-;and, Sumas ano
Chilliwack. Returning leaves Chilli
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 a.m. Excellent passeng-.*
accomodation.   Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO.,   Lt.'
R. Whitmore. Mgr.
New Westminster
thi  r Water Rights,
No  58. An Act to amend the
imix, ��� incorpoi.iiinii Act, 1900."
No v. \n Aci i" amend the "1
Creek Foreshore   Vet, 1904."
No. 60, An Ac in Incorporate
Goal Rlvi - Water, Power and I
Company.   Limited.
No, 62. An Ac, to Authorize thi
Vali
um
.ight
ulatlng   this growing  Industry.
"It is very gratifying to observe the
substantial provision which you have
made for the prosecution of BUrveye
and   public   works.
i thank mu for the liberal supply
voted   tor  the   public  service,  and  I
I feel assured  thai   the amount  will be
I'a-  disbursed   economic
nil
mid   with   n
"'Sl   possible  ;e-
clflc Coast  Coal Mines,  Limited, \(w. i view to securing thi
Personal   Liability,   to  Construct   Hail- ' -suits. ^^^^^^^^^
ways, and oonfi ning other Powers. "Wishing you health and success m
NO, 63, An  Aci  to Incorporate the  your    personal    undertakings   |   now
Graham  Island   Railway  Company.        take   leave  of   you.   and   relieve    OU
No. 65. An Ad  to amend the  "Cor-   from your sessional duties"
poratlon of Victoria Water Work-. \���.     The Hon. Dr. young, provinc,, sec
1873,' and the   Victoria Water Works I reta_y, then said-
Ameudmen,  Ac." chapter bi of the "Mr.  Speaker and  Gentlemen ol  tne
.Statutes ol   1892, and to give addition-' legislative assembly-
'''rTv,,   i , "It.18 hl8 ^nor the lieutenant.gov.
No. 66. An Ac, respecting the Pa, ��� ernor., will and    pleasure    thai  the
clflc, Northern and Omlneca Railway, legislative assembly be prorogue.    ,
-No- 67, An   Vet  to incorporate the  til  ll  ,haII ������,isf, ���   ,    '   *<   '    ��
co^.0' Sho"'--'-'->���;;;:::: ��-;---.���-,,,,,, ot j;.
v    ,-ci  _    . ��� '   ""s  i"ovincIal   legislative
No 68 An A�� to Incorporate West, asemblj  |.  ���,,,,l)v pMrogUea'
minster Hall, '��--��-- ������ ' h    "
Grand Trunk Ry-
Excellent Train Service Betwee.
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tor^ii^,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Hiap-ara Falls.
For Tim<i Tables, etc. address
GEO.  W.  VA-X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, l'i.r> Ailams St.. Chicago, ill.
Prairie Beef
Prime Mutton  and Veal
Pork  of Excellent Flavor
Direct from the Plant and Abattoir of
J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO., Edmonton, Alberta. Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
SOLD BY
60   YEAR3'
EXPERIENCE
Act to Incorporate the
n.l    Northern    Railway
Ac-
No.  69, An
Vancouver
Company.
No.   70.  An
Hardy     Hay     air
Railway   Company 	
No. 71. An Acl to Create the Roma i
Catholic   Archbishop   of    Vancouver
! ingly."
accord
Trade Marks
Designs
Copvrights Ac.
to  Incorporate the
Qua! in i    sound
IT   PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
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'I'mal-i.-itlrr, without chiiree. In tbe
Scientific j.ntcr icai..
A lin-.:, .niiil- llhiflrnl.il w.-r-kly.   I.mi . >.| fir-
'ilio n -it nnjr udenilflr J'.uniiil.    Tornm in
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NDAY, MARCH   15.
1909.
thi-; hAJhl _\hv\.>
PAQE SEVEN.
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WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
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North-West   Eight Train,  Every  Day in the  Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
NORTH-WESTERN.        LTD.
newest  and   Lest Ideas
THE STAGE
AN  IRISH  PLAY
Wn
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of   Canaai-M
Home5teaa  Reguiattoni.
even numbered section of Do-
����� ' _ndfl |n Manitoba, Saakatch-
. j-ibsria, excepting 8 and 26, j
'"'" ,,  a&i be homesteaded by |
vv_0 u the sole head* of a|
fy oran*  male over 18 years of;Till.
the extent ��r one*1llarter Bec'  Embodies the
��ijO ... res, more or 'ess. , for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
plIC��tlan for entry must oe LUXURY. It i_ lighted with both
ersou by the applicant at | electricity and gas; the most brilliant-
0D Lands Agency or sub- i ly Illuminated train in the world The
or u,e district in which the equipment consists of private compart-
,tuate, Entry by proay may, ment cars, standard 16 section sleep.
Lie made at un agency on ��� er.s, luxurious dining car reclining
,Ildi.���,il, by the father, moth- . chaIr Wl,.s (geatg ^^ '^^ ���
augbter, brother or sister of | coaches and buffet, libra
Ing cars.
         ,. . _      For  Tlme Tahle.s,  polders, or any I
homestead duties under one , furtho. |nforlnat,0_ ca]] o_ q_ ^^ ' >
.owing plans
ON AN   IRISH   DAY
in i"
iiiniu
^jng homesteader,
jmesteader is rejulred to per-
ary and sinok-
At least six months' residence I
jn,  , [Jtlvation of the land  ln ;
three years.
A ...       leader may, if he bo '���
i the    required   resi-;
| living on    farming |
0H.ni,;      lei*   bv   him.   not less j
,,i res   In  extent,  ln j
of bla homestead.   Joint
will uot meet thla '
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
Arthur Cunningham the baritone
singer has proved that he is not only
a singer bin that he is an actor of the
first magnitude, .specially in Irish
I'layf his natural brogue being a
factor which buds to the coloring ef
the play. The actor-singer is well'
aid,, to k.-.p liis audience In a constant uproar with bis merry Wit and
droll humor, the leading role, taken
by Cunningham, is that of a village
blacksmith, Irish, bluff, optimistic and
hearty, always with a merry twinkle
in his eye and a light word for the
downhearted. And then, of course,
Cunningham's Irish songs, his selection has been made with the utmost
car., and Includes several of Joseph
Murphy's  famous   ballads.
"Shaiin Rhue" at uie opera house
on St. Patrick's Day, March 17.
Mail Service
���
Following are the hours ol despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given In
each case being the hou-- of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be
All mail.-,
"Uncle   Tom's   Cabin."
Of   all    the     greai   American   plays,
the old    historical    play    of    "Uncle
Tom's Cabin"  has the strongest bold
on people,    li  ....   eyond question one
of the best  plays ever written, hence
the  warm   pan.   ||   retains    in    the
beans of people of every clime. The
great   production   that  ibis  American
. . . classic has ever bad will  be given at
unless otherwise stated, are despatch,   the Opera House on Friday, March 19
ed and received daily except Sunday. Under the management of Mr   Wash-
lht-  only mails dispatched    and    re-  burn.    Watch for ihe band concert in
celved Sunday are the C, P. R. south | front of reserve Bale at noon.
and C. P. R, east mails, _oi Including
the    way   mails,    Sapperton,    Eraser J  '
Florence   Gear  in   Marrying  Mary.
Florence Gear, who is amusing and
delighting her audiences in "Marrying Mary." Edwin Milton Royle's
musical play, is bootced to appear at
the opera   house   on   April   2.    Jules
|!l-!Ili lit.
���   r (or mother, If th.
I, of a homesteader 1*��*% the.��otual despatch.
(permanent  residence on  farming j
owni | by  him,  not  lesa |
;   acii's  In  extent,  in
, the homestead, or up*
��� atered  for by him
I I homesteader may   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.vi residence duties by j Milla and Coquitlam.
|g with the father (or mother). Mai|. De cd
ia "vicinity" In the two .
' .-  is  defined    as!    6:0u a-m-  (closed  at  eleven o'clock
e than nine miles in  the  previous  night)���Vancouver    via
exclusive of the width  G. N- -������ "Owl." Victoria except Wed-
ial :i . es crossed    in    rhe nesday.
���':.. ' '
adei   intending    to
iiiii bis I a e   duties   in   ac
bi i the a ove while liviug
a farming land own-
ist  notify the agent
!��� ol such Intention.
tice in writing musl
[i Commissioner of Do-
8:30 am.-���Vancouver iia B. C. Electric rallwa;.
Sumas and Seattle, including all C.
S. Points east and -souih, and point-
between New Westminster and Hunt-
tndon, B.C., via C. P. R. south. Coquitlam, Sapperton and  Fraser Mills.
8:30 a.m.���Maine and Seattle, Including all U  S. points east and south;
\V.  CORY.
|ty of the Minister of tho Interior
pi Ottawa, of intention   also ;il, ^j-^. Detween N,,w westmin-
|P'>' fu .-ter and Maine, via G. N. R.
Note.���Cloverdale and district tClo-
     I ver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Allu-
 ���  via  and  Kensington   Prairie'    Hazel-
I mere,   Port   Kells,  Hair.-   Prairie  and
adian Pacific Railway Co. Nicomekl despatched daily except on
 Sunday;   Clayton,  Monday,   Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
..al Eon Avoid, Wednesday and Saturday. These malls are all received
same days a- despatched.
TENDER FOR  RED RIVER BRIDGE.
prll i' c   um.'.. coa��t _in��
Service.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned, and marked on ihe envelope "Tender for the Red River
Bridge," will be received at the office of the Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway until 12
o'clock noon on tlie Stli day of April,
1909, for the construction and erection
of a steel and concrete bridge and
approach spans over the Red river
bei ween Winnipeg and St. Boniface,
near the tool of Lombard street, to-
gether with grading and approach
spans over streets In Winnipeg.
Separate tenders must be   submit-
Murry. who makes the presentation i
has Bu little stir    with j
an   exi good   company   and
Mr. Royle'a lit s ;ill(1 Silvi0 Hein's '
rnusic ,l' b. iv. the popular craze1
of the season, Marrying Mary Moat-1
8omei-    can ,.    Witb   ber    the |
largest   collection   oi   husbands   everj
seen upon  the stage.    Most heroines
are  content   with   references to  their j
former  conquests.     Not   so   Marrying
Mary.    At  every   turn  her   three divorced hii-a amis and the three suitors I
for her  hand  are jostled  across one j
another's   pathway   in the   most  non-1
chabm:   manner.    An   ex-husband   is j
mad., to assist her fiance in the pass-J
age  of his anti-divorce  bill;   another
suitor with   four  divorces  already  to
his credit is made to pay the bills of
anoth-r  suitor who is fiancing Mary.
This  game of matrimonial  battledoor
and   shuttlecock    lias  more    variety,
more color and  more stirring appeal
to the emotions than any other comedy  on  the  road.
THE COUNTRY  HOUSE
4      ll......       Ajmrl      l'lint      Mii.iilil      I��.
Known  nt. tht-  "OlUct-."
The tnost privately conducted bom.
mus' communicate with Increasing fre
quern-,-,���   with   tbe  world  outside,    Tb*
coal ni.in. tbe Ice man, tbe uitoniobll-
repair shop must be upbraided or cn
Joled     Reports must bo reviewed, ne
counts  kept,   bills  examined   and   tb.
tenders  occasionally  treated   with  s
Check.    From  a  room  removed  from
the rest of the house one must speak j
with   the  railway  station,  settle  with
the expressman or deliberate with tbe
chauffeur  or   coachman,   for  none  of
these things  should disturb  the tran
qullllty of tbe borne or tbe equnnamlty
��f guests.    If the bouse ls to miuistei :
to all 'lie activities of a home it is.
high time that apnea be devoted to tUlili
mechanism of livlm.-     For wnnt of a;
better tv-m a room devoted to such a !
purpose may be called the "office" of
the bouse,    Here the telephone stands
on   a  table  that  bears also  the mis- j
cellaueous utensils nnd printed matter
that  nre  always   wanted   iu  a  house
(Then tbey cannot be found.    Here are
cookbooks,   gardening  books,   diction
arics,  time  tables,   while  a   few  old
plates, n cast   <* two, bits of Dresden
water colors ami a few cherished pbo
tographa   relieve  an   otherwise  bum
Irum collection  of necessities.    Her*
arriving   parcels   are   placed   and   the
daily   mail   opened.     Mysterious   cup
boards   there   are  and   drawers   wit*
locks that work. -Indoors and Out
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,4CO,000.00
RESERVE          11,000.0-0.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, nnd in London, Eng-
lan 1, New Vork, Chicago and Spokane, U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business   transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all parts of
the v.-orld. **
Savings Bank Department Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,  and  interest  allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate.)
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.   G.   D.   BRYMNER.   Manager.
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TREE SPRAYS, BLUE
STONE, SULPHUR, Etc.,
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DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
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TIME TABLE
SEATTLE
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
L'ltie C:J Gr_> Do_i>,'.
Little ol 1 gray n>ol.l>ra
Trotting al the day,
Little EUJy on his back
-tiffins far away.
Little old graj  Dobbin
Is true as truest Bte<'.
And if you want u pleasaat r'��v
Safe on his baek yon fetd.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
I daily for Victoria.
BTMINSTER-VIUTOKIA    ROUTE
IS. Tradei   will leave Victoria for
every Tuesday.
fives New Westminster on \V>d-
iy
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Teei
��� ''���'���       ���   U   p.m.    1st,   10th
2(M of v, h mouth for Clayoquot,
lqui!u and way ports; 10th
toi  Quatsino and way
f- month for Ahcuset,
���' Scott and way ports.
ANCO-Vi-H-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
-��� <��������� .iO-n
'''" '  2 p. in. daily, ex-
Nanal.no at  7
Coi
___ mmmmmm        --���, __________ Electric rail-  works, as per sctiedu.e, and for super-
'COUVEH   VICTORIA   SEATTLE   , ,        '
way structure.
R0UTE' 12:30 p.m.���Strawberry   Hill,    Tim-      Plans, details and  profiles  may  be
i January  IS. berland   ami  South   Westminster,  hy seen and full Information obtained at
a  Victoria  leaves  \au-  comic.,- (Tuesday and Friday). the office of the chief engineer at Ot-
lng direct to Se-      j..;,, puj    K'is: Burnaby, by courier itawa,  ami  also  at the office of the
,    Monday. 2:00   p.m.-^-Burquitlam,   Ly   courier,  district    engineer    ;it    St.    Boniface,
'"at.. al leaves Vancou-      2:00   p.m.���ladner.    Port    Guichon,   Man.
Rta a, tn. foi Victoria dally, e_-lWestham  Island  anil gunbury,    daily      Persons tendering are notified that
; except   Sunday;   Woodward,   Tuesday,  tenders will not be considered unless
Charlotte leaves Van-' Thui.sd.iy an(, Saturday,    via   ".T.   C. made on  the forms supplied  by the
i Bruce"     (Steveston   mail   despatched I Commissioners, which maybe had on
and   received   via  Vancouver.) application to Mr. Hugh D. Lumsden,
'������HO    p in -Vancouver    and    Piper  chief engineer,  Ottawa,  Ont., and   ��.
Siding, via G. N. R. north. S.   It.   Poulin,   district   engineer,    St.
4:00  Vancouver and  Burnaby  Jake, Boniface, Man. i
via B  C   Electric railway.    Saturday     Bach tender    must be signed and
'     , ' , .    .   ..   Vi- 'sealed bv all the parties to the ten-
tin  extra mail   s depatched  to   Vic- - ' ,
... dei.   and   witnessed,   and   be accom-
toria via Vancouver at tUa hour ,        v  ;i��� ted  che        on  a|
Blaine and Seattle. Including all Ji^^  bank of (h���   Domlnlon of,
S. points cast and south, via G. N. K   {,,{w(h{ |iay.(,||(. )0 ������, oommlsslonera-
"Fiyer."                                               i _j {^,, Transcontinental Railway, for
2:30 p.m.-C. P. K  east, Sapperton,  ^ Bum o( m ( for 8U)bBtructure
and  Eraser Mills. llul  ,,,!���,,.  wol-i-  as   ytr schedule,  and
Mails  Received. for the sum of $25,000 for steel super-
^  ,- .,. i      ���. ���   uooino    m   structure and floor.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine ami   hemic,   m
.    -   v   ,,       The  cheques    deposited    by     tne
eluding : 11 U. S. points, via G. >>. K .
uuiiuit, ..ii  -.       i v (|U   whose  tender  is accepted   will
"0wl" ,    .   ...,    be deposited to the credit of the Re-
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.-Srawbcrr   Hill.    > ��^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^
Alaska da.,, lby C0Ur,er (TU?,day ' for l lue nnd faithful performance
alaska route. R._n -im    Vancouver   and   (excepi ..     '
i-incess   m,    ,"���      ., s.-o am.   vancoui    ." of the contract according to its terms.
���n-s    Vancouver Tuesday) and Victoria, vl    U. (   1-" clieqUes deposited  by parties  wbose
N-RT jtric railway. tenders are refected will be returned	
JN -.ft ROUTE. 2:30  p.n,.-n,,.'���ni. lam, by  courier       ^   m  ^  ^ ,lu,  ^.^ ,���       ^ ~
Beatrice leave, Vancouver!    8:30 ��-*-�������� �����  fe ^ <\ the contract. of ^ bU8lneM ,eagtte ^ now
eluding all U. S. points; also all point,      _,. . ^ ,_ _���_,__,,. (o ,.���.,,,, aM,
llling  -L-ompany.
n FLOUR !
Ea^tertrook Millint
Eburne,
FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "      "
Mrfjn^nP^fn   __?}__ jjg "^�� mki��:.iants.
FRONT STREET.
r'-&i_^'.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
Little old gray Dobbin
Wm never known to kick,
And as h- travels ipry fast
He never needs a lick.
Little old gray Dobbin
^^^H     Is little Billy's friend,
And many si happy hour doi>s he
To Billy's Jtoung lif-? lend.
��� Washington Post.
R?d, White and Blue.
How many boys can loll wliers
a verse may be found in the Bible
containing the words "ml," "white"
and ' i>lim?" Those who do not are
referred bo the sixth verse of tht
first chapter of I'._t.h*'r.
BOWLING
A Little Good Coal
makes a b g, hot fire when a lot
of poor coal sends out to heat
at all. It is economical to buy
our coal, because it is clean,
goes farthest, makes most heat,
leaves very little ash and costs
no more per ton than poorer
grades.     \V.   di liver   it   to  any
part of the ��Ity. Full weight
always,    Telephone your order
to US.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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Vancouver
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B' C. COAST MAIL  SERVICE
���     J;i' ���-  ������'  ss. Amur leave
xmv"' March 16th, April 2d.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SERVICE.
;;, 'ce leaves Vancouver
rch 2'ld, April 3d.
io
aver���.
lr��m   Ne-j
ri' ltiV_.it.
Idm>.i Westminster   Monday
PMday and l-'ri.i ,v ,. 8 a m
"0*11 f'l.llli ���     ���
1 fct5? ���"- TUeSday' ThUr9da^
Hay  ;,:
a m.
W     "'1 i
1:30 p.tn.���East Burnaby, by courier.! ^ al] bi(lstaoin   G ..ogicOthe
9:I!0 a.m.--Vancouver and Victoria, ^  a)] ten^er8     By or(jer
via ('.. N. K.                                    ( p. E. RYAN. Secretary,
10:00   to   11:00  a.m.���Ladner,  Port I ^ CommiBSioners of the Transcon-
Qulchon, Westham Island and (Tues ;in,,���,.,]  Railway.
day,  Thursday  and Saturday)   Wool- |(i (] a( 0ttawa, 6th March, 1809.
ward, via steamer Pavoilrlte. (Steves- Newspapers   inserting   this adver-|
ton despatched and received via Van
couver.)
12..0 to 1 pm-c. p. ii. eart,
Sai'pcrton. Eraser MlUa and Coquitlam. |   ,
1:00 p in��� Vancouver, Central l'1 '���
and Eraser Arm.
7:on p.m ��� Stoma,  nn ���  '���' '"" ���
eluding all E. S. poiuJ'' and      ,;     ""
tween Huntingdon and New Westuiia- |
....   -,.��� lfrns' ���   m
tlgement   without  authority  from  the
commissioners will not .lie paid for it.
March 17���Carpenters vs   Real _!s-|
tate.
March 13���Real Estate vs, Grocers.
Marcli 22���Urocers  vs    R,   ('.   Mills. !
Marcli 24���-Hardware vs. Carpenters
Marcli 20���Real Estate vs. H'dware. I
March  ;'I)-Ciirpctitcrs     vs.     R.     C.
Mills.
"��
Electric Railway Service i
intormatlon
a-ter,  via  C,  P.
Vlllls.
R. smith;
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WH, QOTJLErT
:��w  Westminster
ft. Obi,  p !:  P��3TER,
__ Agent. Vancouver.
���uwtt��n_��t victoria
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
HE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home PaPer'
!
Advertise in we
Daily News
Interurban Line.
Cars f. Vanoouver ami way
station; R'll] run every hair
hoar from 6:50 a. tti. Last
car loaves at 11 p. tu.
East car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars   leave  the   depot   every
twenty    minutes   for  both   E
perton and city limits over the
city   line. *
City Lint: ; 'ars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min-
ii-e. after, and forty minnt"-
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars have
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past ami fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at titUO
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between S:30 a. m. and 11, p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ud
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Public Supply Store
is simply selling out
their Crockery andl
Glassware at a big
reduction.
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H.E_.III_ LOCOMOTIVES
FOR GREAT NORfHERN
I
��TT-IB very fact that there are
-*- more Great Majestic Mal-
leahle unci Charcoal Iroa Rengcs
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Grc.it Majestic Range lasts
three times as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
i
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't, I
you will certainly j
profit by buying]
from us.   We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
If so we have Dominion, Xordhel-
mer, New Scal�� Williams and other
makes, also o$,_ beautiful mahogany
player piano.
Sewing     Ma chin
^ieeler & Vvlso_
���faikini; Maehiiia''j ^^^^^^^^^^
tor.
If you have a talking machine, sign
this ad, and . nclose to us. We wilt
mail you each month a catalogue of
records,  fr. ���
��� Singer     and
Kilis-Mi and Vic-
Name . .
Address,
rn     ,      , ,,     ; J. H. Todd's Bio Music House
These household ne-,      C0LUMBI; ��TREET
cessaries will never j	
be bought cheaper | j^ pearson M^ fa
or better anywhere
than at the
(Successors to T. Mowbrey
Electric Works)
Important   Innovation   Made   on   Hill's
Road���Will  Maintain Average
Speed of  15 Miles an  Hour.
Minneapolis, March 14.���The comple-
tli a of four big electric locomotives
for the Gn il northern railway marks
h new evenl in the history of electric
traction In .merica as it means the
use of the three phase systi m for
avy trafl-c work ;i.-; well as the first
attempt to handle the entire traffic
o i a main ink line with electric
power.
The Cascade tunnel in the heart of
the  Cascade mountains,   Washington,
on   the Greai   Northern  main   line,  is
2.65 miles in length, and the Intention
is to operate all passenger and freight
I trains through 'bis tunnel, as web as
1 in the two yards at each end of the
tunnel bj   ��� I i: ic power,     The plan
consists of    the   d< - ��� lopmeni  of    a
water  power of   7500   horsepower   In
Tumwater canyon,     The power plant
| is located   on    the    Wenatchee river
I about  three  miles   west   of Leavenworth, and the electricity is transmit- '
ted about thirty miles to the tunnel.
The approximate eosi of the  work'
is Jl.250,000, and  11   will be the first
attempt in    the    country    to handle '
freight on heavy grades with anything
i but the steam locomotives.     The electric   locomotives  are   highly   Interest-
irfg     electrically   and    mechanically,
'They  are of  the  double  truck   type;
the total length is 45 feet;   the rigid
wheel  base, however,  is only  11   feet,
so that they can take the curves with-
put difficulty,
The total weight of eacli locomotive
is 115 tons and all of this weight is
on the four drivers. Th��. drivers ar.-
five feet in diameter.
Th<; motors are wound for a pres-.
sure of COO volts, but the line pressurr-
is 6600 volts, which makes m-cessary
the intervention of special step-down
transformers which add considerab'e
to the Weight of the locomotive.
���One advantage of thv thre-  phase
motors which is an important one is
that they operate at a constant speed
' regardless of grad- s and load.
The economy of the plan is apparent when it is taken into consideration that a speed of 15 miles per hour
will be mainalned as against eight
miles per hour, with the 250-ton mallet
type steam locomotives now in use,
thereby enabling the company to nearly double the hourly tonnage through
the tunnel. It will he a big Improvement over th*1- present method of
handling passenger trains, as passengers will noi be annoyed by smoke
or gas.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
;bank  of  commerce  building.
Opposite Postoffice.
Dealers in Electrical Machinery, Fixtures and Supplies
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing a
Specialty.   Phone 331. P. 0. Box 928.
BOWLING
Cook & Ross
THE  AUCTIONEERS
The Royal City team challenges
the "Westminster Stars'' to roll a
scries of thre,- games <>n Thursday
ulghi The Royals are composed of
the following: Stein, Gilchrist, Bar-
bare.- or Saunders, .1. O. I.athem and
It.   It.  Carver.
Tuesday night is lhe date of the
"marathon," 2f games, for which arrangements were mad.- some weeks
ago.
Owing to lie- Hardware team dropping out of the league there win be no
league -ami- tonight, but the "Ad'
spares"   will   plaj     the   Westminster
Stars.
House of Quality
?23   Front   St..   Opposite   Market.   New   SUGGEST   ESTABLISHING
Westminster. Y. M. C. A. AT KAMLOOPS
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
Our Spring Line
of
Men
s
Phould be consult, d If you warn to
.-. i' furniture or an auction conducted,
Live stock Implement auction held
every t'i niay morning on Westmin ter
Maikei, and '-very Saturday morning
��� ���ii Vancouver market,
New cooking   tove; :: wagons, i
h     in-w;   I   express    wagon:   I   horse
mower (new),
Three young tresh   cows. $::o, $50
| one wiih calf 2 weeks old, $7n
Suits
Kamloops, B. C, .March 11.-  A nn i;-
io  discuss  the organization  of a   V.
iM C, A. in Kamloops will be called
in the course of a few days. The recent visit of the international secretary, Mr. Sayer, resulted In the crea-
, tion of much enthusiasm.
Plans and estimates have been pre-
providing for  a   modern   build-
Ini ai a eosi of $24,000, and these are
ci   Ivlng lb.-  careful  consideration   of
tin ��� nergetic committee,
IS   THE   FINEST   EVER   SEEN    IN ji
TOWN.       PRICES     RANGE     FROM   ���
$10.00   UPWARDS.       QUALITY   AND,*
STYLE IS OUR MOTTO. J
rosperity
Uf    J. Eugene Brown & Co.
W'  have found th�� phllOBopb.       ..,���    f(| ,     f(,r prosp<,r,tv.
ai  is It?
Got Busyl!
''''""��� :n"  >ortunitie_ fm- investment,    opportunities for  enterprise
all around you.
We have real estate proposl lo, , ); -,,��� nftndBome dividends.    ���
Why not Investigate? ���
SPECIAL VALUES IN
272 Columbia Street.      j   !iKLR F.|J. Hart & Co. Ltd.   mim  l
New Westminster, B. C, X
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For years we have made a specialty of handling ,n
best grades of  English Serges.   'The new Sarin!
weaves just to hand show a variety of exop-J     ���
f* rn        ��ii -j 1        l l    r��      ���    i , i
line Twills, some with hard finish, others ^1^7*1?
able soft finish. For Ladies' Skirts, Suits or CM
dreu's Wear we have special lines which we can rep'
ommend for these different uses. You have excellent
choice of twenty-five qualities in the selection now on
display.   Per yard, 4Cc to $1.50.
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Another Shipment
of Silks and Satins
ALL   GRADES
Our aim has been to have for nn
season a complete rang, ol shade
in the most popular and reliable
weaves. Satin and chiffon finished silks hold the Brst p ace.
They are now on display in the
n.-w shade of navy, allce blue, Copenhagen blue, sky, iii-ian. biscuit, champagne, golden brown,
dark brown, vieux rose, old rose,
reseda, pearl grey, greens, oartll-
mils, cream and white. Prices
per  Mud   75c,  85c,  90c  and  $1.00
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Covert
Jackets
27  ;ind  :i2 inch  Covert  Coats  in
plain color and fancy stripes.
Styl.-s show semi or tight fitting
backs with self covend buttons
and strappings. A dozen styles
to choose from. All sizes. Kaeh
$6.95 to $15.00.
NEW  TAILORED   BLOUSES.
White linen blouses tailored With
Gibson and hemstitched tucks;
n.-w Btyle long sleeves; embroidered fronts and plain button
style. Waists have fancy embroidered linen collars and stiff
cuffs. A doz.n styles to choose
from.      Kaeh $2.25 to $3.50
If You Need Lace
Trimmings See Our
New Range
Lace trimmings of every description  are In  great demand,     We
challenge any store to show you
a more complete range of tbe popular . very-day varieties- as well
as the many fancy designs now
popular. our complete range
can now be sen in sample book,
all   marked  In   plain  figures.
ALLOVER LACES AND
TUCKED NETS.
The new stock contains many
new styles suitable for yokes or
waists.
Ecru, cream and white In GUIPURE, ORIENTAL, BRI sski.s
SILK, KrOQl'IN. VALENCIENNES,  etc.
Remarkable Values
in Dress Muslins
10c TO 20c PER YARD.
li  is seldom ';   i    ou will
more  attrai    ���     varh-tj
lar priced  in.
have  muli. red   togel  ei
son.
We present    bette
ever    befon       '.'.
them a cai��� rui look tl
you are buying spring frocks and
dresses for girls' or li
���i AT 10c PER YARD
in pieces "f fancy florence Mu
lins in light color ng- I i plain
spot  Mus.in
AT   15c   PER   YARD.
HO     pieces     FANCY       COL
Dimities    and    MUSLINS,   I'M.-
CALE8, and  s��iss muslin**.
��7   20c   PER   YARD
4o pi.ces of colored ORGANISES,
MUSLIN8, DIMITIES, SEER'
SUCKER,  etc     All color. In a
variety of patterns.
SomeJNew Lines of
Boys' and Girls'
Caps
SERGE   AND   CLOTH   CAPS
35c EACH.
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Serge Caps lu navy and bla
so cardinal and cream ci" b caps.
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to suit boyi or girls. Your choice
Each  35t
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75c  EACH.
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