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 EIRE
IN8URANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
VOLUME 4, NUMBER 58.
|t WAGING WAR
ON INIQUITOUS BILL
determined Effort to Compel Bowser to Capitulate
Is Being Kept Up.
Victoria, li- C MM-ch 10.���Contrary
j .    , exj tation, the house did
o�� gii all nlghi -oJi Tueday, .'the S-J-
ouru. | being taken shortly after
L-jjht The end of the struggle
Dr .���,- i flats, however ,is not yet
sight as i'����h parties are <l,'l<ir*
ied, :'.��� conservatives to secure ab-
oljt.- ������ -; fill of the franchise through
un of their partisan appoint-
.,i ��� >,,. pbera-s and Socialists,
broti.''- united, to prevent the passing
\t tbi.-= Iniquitous measure in its presto '
Thi    aiib-    will ii-    resumed  tins
yenin-
Tuesday  Evenii-g's Sitting.
ri-   ii.iiii    Trunk  Pacific  bill affiled the legislature food  for debate
las-   night's  sitting.       Mr.   Oliver
pelta    . rough!   up   lhe  same   objOC-
I ���. . Id li ��� .1 at  the seiond  read-
L    ��� lucity ot information
Ipp) |     to lii"  bouse, the  def.'ets  in
li,,   . submitted, and the facl
jiat it would  be an engineering feat
, | '.ilil   Wharves   beside
ament'a    waterfronl   blocks,
f        ' was held  up in  committee
i- i ��� v. omml8sioner of lands '
t< . ig   in   fuller informa- '
���on
idee bill was cleared
comiiu"' ���   and  the Timber Manu-
Imenl  aci   passed.
Several  Bills  introduced.
..in Introduced a bill
' io ani' nd the Mas
aci  amendmenl  act,
���      ...  given   first   read-
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
THURSDAY M0RNTNG, MARCH 11, 1909.
���JENTS PER COPY.
CONVICT .LARK RETURNS
TO FELON'S CELL IN PEN
Prisoner Who  Got  Away  with   Miner
Will   Be  Tried on  Jail-breaking
Charge  in   May.
Convict Clark is back again in the
B. C. penitentiary after an eighteon-
inonths' absence, having returned yesterday from Mount Vernon, Wash.,
where he was captured some three
weeks ago. For a few days after his
arrest, Clark stoutly maintained that
he would mver cross the boundary
lint- a willing prisoner, but later, acting on the advice of a brother, he
expressed bis willingness to waive extradition proceedings. He absolutely
declines to talk concerning his escape
from the penitentiary In company with
Bill  Miner.  McCIuskey and Woods.
Clark will not lie brought up on a
charge of Jail-breaking for some
weeks, as the authorities are making
a full report of his recapture to the
officials at Otiawa. and will await
definite instructions before proceeding
against tin- convict. it Is the intention to bave Clark brought up for
trial tit the May assizes, when Skelton, a convict who escaped and was
recaptured a lew boms later on February 24, will also come up fur sentence
CONVENTION 10 STAY
IN PORCE TEN YEARS
Commercial Relations Between France and Canada
Discussed in Parliament.
TWO MILLION-DOLLAR
LINER TO 6E BUILT
Union Steamship Company
to Construct Vessel For
Australian Service.
Ottawa,    March    10.���The    supplementary   convention   respecting   corn-
Victoria,    B.    C,    March  10.���The
Union    Stemashlp   company   has   de-
merclal relations between Canada and | cidvd to build another liner similar to
Prance, which was the object of Hon. J the Makura, to cost _iiout $2,000,000,
W. P. Fielding's extended vis.t to Lon-lfor the Canadian-Australian line. The
don and Paris, was submitted to par-! new steamship will be built at the
llament yesterday. It ia stated on be- j Stephens yards at _nnthouse-on-the
half of the British government by Br Clyde; where the Makura was built.
Francis Berth-, British ambassador to j Tbe Union Steamship company is
France, and by Mr. Fielding- and Wi asking for a larger ouosidy for the
behalf of the French government By service of $100,000 yearly. The pres-
Minister of Foreign Affairs Peechonient subsidy is $325,000, contributed
and   Messrs.    Calllauc,    Cruppl    and  to by Canada, Australia and Fiji, Can-
INDIANS ARE STARVING
ON UIIVILIE RESERVATION
S.    Government   Owes   Aborigines
$1,500,000,   But   While   Waiting
Red Men  Suffer.
Ruan.
The convention will come into fore:-
immediately after ratification by the
Dominion parliament and the French
chambers, and is to remain in force
for ten years, unless either party signified intention to terminate it after
giving one year's notice.
aiuida paying the greatest proportion.
May Buy an Aeroplane.
London, March 10.���The Daily Mail
ass. its that the British war office soon
will  make an offer tor tho  purchase
of mi.' <if Wijbur Wright's aeroplanes.
BUILDING SHINGLE MILE      HEAT WILL lit CHEAPER
ON SEW LINE TO BLAINE   IN SUMMER, SAYS AKMUUit
Spokane, March 10.���That a number
of Indians on the Colvill. reservation
are near starvation and that great suffering will result unless the government at once forwards money due the
Indians for lands purchased by the
government, is asserted by R. R Cole-
man. of Meteor.
"A movement is being made to circulate a petition," states Mr. Coleman,
"The government promised fl,-00,000
to the Indians for the land taken. In
189? $300,000 was appropriated and a
like amount the following year, but
not a cent of this money has ever been
paid to the Indians."
ANDY'S I ACE PLANS
OUTll 11 TO SOCIETY
Magnate Would Make British and American Governments Protect Each Other.
WILL ENTERTAIN AUDIENCE
WITH  STORIES OF AFRICA
'. ction  ba i   'a ��� a   conimi nv
on a shingle mill winch Is in
i'. i        the  '..oiks of the Serpi ntin ���
rhi r, i in  ��� io ibe new G. N. R.    n
to   Blaim     ...   Messrs.  Damaske  and   Pal  i   Beach    io  Ch
entitled "Cape to .'aiiv." in I Thompson, of this city, both ul' whor*j      Meat   is high,  too hi* esenl
\.   had  considerable experience  uli,. continued, "but this is because of
Sergt.   Major  Sehoof,   a   veteran   of
nl ibe South African war. will deliver
a  b ei ii.
On.ens Avenue Methodisl church thi
Al   ���: la. (la.,  Man a   in.    ' Meat  will
s cheaper this summer," .-aid .1. Og-
Vrmour, who passed through At-
in bis private ear . n rout., from
Refused to be Treated.
Phoenix, March in.���Dunbar Williams di-d in the general hospital here
this morning under unusual circumstances. He was taken to the hospital a few days ago suffering from
tonsllitis. but cou'Jd not be persuaded
to take any medicine or nourishment:
other methods of treating him were
resorted to, but death occurred today.
He was an Englishman, 27 yeasr of
age. and came here about two weeks
ago from Nevada.
ev niiiL
worth   I
mor
und.
ihe business.      The mill will  ba ���
capaclt)   of  aboul   60,000   Bfiingles   (i
I i  behalf of tin   at-
|> ��� ' oduci i a bill t" fur-
Land   Registry   act
,  fin ���   reading.
:iu ml the Timber Mann
t ' 106   (chief commissioner
'ii' tor third reading.
* ��� lieltaj moved thai tbe bllll
the auspices of the Ep-
league.     I ie   proposes d- allng
partlcularlj      with     the     I I tie
! .known   parts  of the  dark  continent,
; and  "ill  u ���-��� n large number of trophies of the chase, Buch as -kin- pl
', lions,  tiger -. crocodiles, i tc,  to illus-
; trine Ins remarks,     A large c illectlon
of native  war  weapons wiM  also he   "' '>"'   ,hms ��* 'he proprietors, who
dii-i. and there is said to bi   enough
timber on limits  owned    :   ihe  linn
to keep ii at full running capacit) foi
.-. veral  years.
Acth ��� operations wl I comh. in ���  I
bOUl    the    Isl    Of   Mi'      v 'VI" inn
"d'n? v   section:
��� this not continued shall
i  in the expoi t of
1 allway ties, m
apb   or   telephi
on the lecturer's pl ���
are iw. busily engaged In su] v sin.
In 'Vide
During the morning Mr, School will . Ilu' I���"
give shorl talk- to the scbol irs al the
High   and  Central   schools,   when be   violinist SWOONS
'"���'   ",ir"os"   "f    Mill  vv,    fa  i  South  Af:
police ifniform.
Miss Wolfe, violinist  al  tin   1.
i Display thi al re  had two ba i attacks
1.1   fain: :      last  night.  She  was  taken
ontlnued
Increased  cost of feeding    i i
Just   now.      This  summer we  expecl
. he ; ��� Ice '" coi u to g   down and meat
-   i ,   iper."
NATIVE KYAK HUNTER S
New York, .March 10.���Andrew Car-
uegk* gave out a statement today,
through the Peace society, of wbicb
he Is president, outlining what he considers the easiest and most practical
step to limit the further naval expansion in the interests of int.rna-
tional peace1,   His plan follows:
'Great Britain and the United
States to agree as follows:
"Tbe United States wili defend
against attack the British possessions
upon ihe Atlantic, including the islands in the south; Great Britain will
defend against attack the American
coast upon the Philippines. This
agreem-nt to terminate at the end of
notice  given   by  either  party."
DR.   FALES  WINS   hiS
FIGHT AT WALLA WALLA
MARINE   ENGINEERS
SUPPORT  OPEN   SH-.
Cleveland. 0.. Marcli 10.���Practical-
KILLED  BY FOX SHARKS
Nome, March 10,���A sensational
story of marine horrors and Arctic
mysterj has come overland from Cape
Blossom and Point barrow.
The annual disappearance of many
.,.' the pative  Kyak hunters has   ii   :
nn ed to the raids nf carnivorous and
amphibious   fox     Bharks,   commonly
known as the thrasher, who patrol th.
Wall.i Walla. March HI.���The petition signed by nineteen local physicians asking for the removal of Dr. J
E, Fales as acting city health officer,
was laid on the table by the Citj
Council here tonight. Following this
the ;. signation of Dr. A. i-;. Braden,
as health officer, was read and ac-
' ,i" I and Dr, Pales elected to fill the
unexpired term,
�� Ileum, union printer
AFTER   PERFORMANCE
...   Brewood."
i I'osslaiuli stii.l thai
mie as an amendment
y its Introducer In
wltl     the   exertion Hun
ade    Hei e ' -I'-ry    an ���
lb.  II< -tenant-governor-'
1 this .lass of Umber
il
'''' n missloner   said
or an application to the
ln-counoil    offered
ard, ami he refused
���  an  admen!
Tl *
' ni   was  defeated,   12
'HI was given   third
ed,
'"'".   Service   Bill.
.ul  nas  taken
1'" motion of Hon,
'   ndment was added
"nl..   British   sulj.
me  members <->!'  the
''    i'i    V, Here   leeniiieal
quired, when appoint-
PLACED UNDER ARREST
ill wh. :. | . lying ai the flrsi i erform-
Ni'W   Oceans.   March   10.���Henry  S.
, Hudspeth, former   presideni    ol   the
\i u     Orleans    Typographical   ui on,
here   lilt *     last    IliglH.
fraudulently obtaining
money from the union. He was a
candidate tor the presldencj of the
International Typographical union
againsl James \l. Lynch at the
convention of the organization.
ance and while leaving the building,
fainted. Later Bhe Bwooned again,
A hack was summoned while she wis
receiving attention at the nam office.
Miss Wolfe was driven to the home
of ll. L. Kerr. Fourth street, where
she resides,
coasi  line    from Bristol    bay to the
mouth of th.. McKenzie* river.
In a ree..nt hunt for seals nearly a
dozen young native hunters lost their
lives by being attacked In their skin
boat'- fay these terrific s<-a monsters.
j was   ari'i sled
; ],.a > cbargfed    ��Ith
NATURAL  GAS   FOUND
ly all tbv marine engineers employed
by the Pittsburg Steamship company
will co-operate with the company In
blishing and maintaining the open
shop policy upon the Great Lakes,
The number of engineers employed by
the company is bul live per cent, of
the  total  number   employed  on   the; -	
lakes,   but   they  represent a conipatn
operating more boats   ban any other m[[  JfPENU  $50,000,000
individual  member  of the  Lake  Carriers' asSOClatino.    The Lake Carriers'
association lust year took a stand for
the open shop policy, and the unions 	
will   be  eliminated   if   possible.     It is
said that tbe engineers employed by     x"w y��rk' March "'���   ,,:':,s tor an
other boat lines are signing  Blmilar extension of the rapid transit system
MAN   S3   YEARS   OLD
WEDS   GIRL   OF
Los Angelfes, March 10.���Di ���- n
and May were wedded yes'. I
Santa Monica in tbe persons i VIrs
Electa Hawkins. 21, and Vainuni W>-s-
cott, s:!. Weseoti is an Inmate of thi
Soldiers' Home at Sawtelle, and so Is
Mrs, Wescott's father, For some time
the aged veteran 1ms courted the pretty woman he ���married yesterday. Although nearly four times the age of
bis bride. Wescotl is excodlngly a-ti .
and enjoys robust health.
ON TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
contracts quite generall>
TRAIN   BURIED   BY   SNOW
NEAR FORT WILLIAM
a-t
i    i
1
lent   ���
ft" ���
'i he
pieniln
^nd  Trunk  Pacific  Bill.
1 Tl'unk  Pacific bill   was
'.limit lee.
broughl    up   his   old
, "     ;'"'is ol Prince Rn.
aui ������"' go clear through to the
'"I'l'oseii   to   all   the
�������! that conflicted with
2jM v, ,���, mr The town.
Rtetei  I.iirsi u come In on the I hlng"
asked Mr, Oliver,
ll, said the partle. referred to bad
received the control trom the provin
i ial government, and If it waa for the
railway why was ii not made out direct i" the r.iilawy company Instead
of to E. V. Bodweli? Why was li nei
essary to pul in the contract a clau ���
I'ntr William, March L0.���Workmen
who are now taking Bounding, for the
government surveys on tbe McKellar
river are every day striking evidences
of natural .ni. They are boring down
97 ie ��� nnd yesterday a gas jel came
up. which when lighted, burned long
enough to boil a pall of water.
ON   ESTEVAN   BRANCH
Melita. Man.. Marcli in.���The regular westbound passenger train on thi
Estevan branch, which should have
arrived here yesterday afternoon, is
snowbound four miles from here. Tho
track is blocked by drifts piled up by
high winds, (lungs are digging out
ih.- train
Tin.
"������ a
Mr.
"     '
uitide by the lieuten-  providing that Mr. Bodweli shouldnoi
I'dei'-iii-councll. dispose  of the  lands to any   person
��� ���" ported eompieie wiih ; or corporation other than the Grand
I Trunk Pacific?
Hon.   K.  .1.  Fulton, chief commissioner Of lands, said Mr, Bodweli was   ,..���,.,,   pi,.,,!
tin-  accredited  agent  of the  railway
company.
Hustling May Mean Death
to Roosevelt in Africa
The
safety, if not the life Iti
Roosevelt
according,  'h�� ^ been lnW out
fratu,eV��        ,tatutes, and the leg.
lion of ->   ,  ;'*k'" t0 nitir>' *'   viola-
��liver   drew
'tli.-r
Prij,,
Ce
matter
Rupert,
attention  to an-
connection    with
most
"Ten T P��r $1 3n Acre*
^:;yy �����**
r'PTt we "'n(ls :it    PrincP
Vtp- ���   ?'    ?"l(l  at on,-  dollar  nn
Th���     ''"^''"'l.
fliis'.'','1""1' '""""isslone,-  said   that
,. "   '     mad.
C! ! ,     Pwifie railway.
"WilJ the   honorable   minister ex-l    intake things easy, he will bave
ulaln?"  nskod   Mr. Oliver, "why  the I     |)leaSftn|   time;   if he is itrenuoua
Q. T. P. paid at least $16,000 for theSe \A iM js[s ()n hllS(lin(,   ��� milv   ,���,,,,.
same lands?   Who got the other *"*|ab)y vsi;i, mean death."
riiis is the opinion volunteered by
of i In   the   torrid  climate   of   Africa   was
during     Ilia   pointed    "lit   by   Mr.     School'   in   the
bunting trip in South Africa, dependa  cour" **���' il conversation  concerning
entirely upon the man himeelf.     ir!'he prediction   made   by
000?"
Mr. Oliver then went buck to ''l'
lending the steps taken by the Do
minion government with regard fn Ul'
Indian lands at Prince Rupert
Mr.   Oliver   asked what   was
depth of    water opposite   th.
front block F at Prince Rupert
"Twenty to 200 feet, depending
the   distance from   the   shori
said   the  chief cotiinilssio"0''
have room for n wharf 700 feel long
and SO feet wide, the depth o
outside  the  wharf nt  '"'P1'
the
water-
line,"
We
titer I" I
Gustavo H. School', a Qsrmah-Amer-
lean, who has spent many years In
South Africa, whose hunting exploits
include experiences In many countries,
and who is nt present visiiing thin
City. Mr. Sehoof is leaving for South
Africa again toward the end of the
year, and proposes meeting the ex-
presldent In the wilds of the dark
continent, when he will spend -.ome
time in his society. Roosevelt and
Sehoof were neighbors many years
ago  in  Colorado,  in   the days   when
fh.. q
"X to ihe agent of
ic
'���   Patterson    nnd
made   by   ProresBOr
Frederick Starr, of the I'lliverslly of
Chicago, a few days ago, when he said
the ex-President would never return
alive from his hunting trip. Mr.
Behoof disagreed with the professor,
but made It clear that Roosevellt could
only hope to avoid the often fetal
fevor by taking thing*" easy all the
time, confining ins hunting expedition, to the cool evening hours, from
five o'clock until dink, and resting all
day In some shady place.
Asked if, from his knowledge of the
president's temperament, be thought
these simple rules would be observed,
Mr.   Sehoof  shook   his%hbad   and answered by asking another question:
"Did you    ever hear   of lloosev.lt
And  then   he
be between ">0 ami (10 reel. iTheodore's strenuoslty  was   confined : taking things easy
Mr. Oliver held  up the <';'       P  J to lussoolng refractory bovlnes. added as an afterthought, "He intiy re.
The danger of Roosevelt -bust ing"   turn  alive."
Continued on  PflBe
Six.)
nl' the ell yto est about $60,000,000
are being prepared by engineers ol tb,
lnterborough Rapid Transit company.
Announcement of the plan was made
today bj President T. p. Shouts, of
the lnterborough company.
A. O. F.  M-etlng.
Following an active campaign to
increase the membership fo the local
bulge of the Aiuii'iit order of Por-
esters, b meeting was held lasi nlghi
iu the Eagles' ball under the direction
of the district organizer. S. .1. (billiard, of Vancouver, when District Chief
w. ('.. Gray, Dlstrlcl Secretary Watson and District Organizer Qothard
took charge of the ceremonies. The
following members were initiated: M.
Monk. R. .1. McDonald nnd Q. S- Took.
There was a large attendance.
Tug Gets $2_C0 Salvage.
Victoria, B. ('.. March 10.���Salvagi
of $2200 was awarded the tug Pilot
the pn.pe.ty of It. Dunsmulr & Son--.
by Judge Martin yesterday for pulling
the Canadian Pacific Railroad steamship Otter from Danger Reel', on Thetis island a unit seven and a half
miles from l.iidysiniili. The ('. P. i.'
bad offered to settle for $l."iun.
KING   EDWARD'S REPORTED
ILLNESS PROVES  UNTRUE
Londpn, March 10.���There is absolutely no confirmation In London >.'i
the report    emanating   from Biarritz
and  published    in  the    United  Stales
that King Edward is seriously ill.
Kiim Edward was reported yester-
M;iy as being iu good health and be
bad quit., recovered from the signs ol
fatigue noticed on his arrival at Blar-
riiz. He walked through tin- town
and visited the golf links In the afternoon.
It   was    announced    from   Pan  lasi
night that King Edward was planning*
to go there  from  Biarritz  the end  of ,
the week to witness a scries of aeroplane flights by Wilbur Wright.
For Atrocities in Congo.
Brussels, Marcli 10.���Lieut. Arnold
of the Belgian army, who was al one
time denounced by missionaries for
burning and pillaging villages and for
assassinations and other atrocities in
the Congo, has been found guilty of
ii series of charges of this nature, and
sentenced to twelve years' imprisonment.
HIGH WATER IN ALABAMA
CAUSES FIVE  DEATHS
Theologues  Lose   Basketball   Game.
In a strenuous game of basketball
at t'i.- Columbian college gymnasium
yesterday   afternoon,   the Theologues
were   beaten   by   the   Faculty   wllh   a
score of 12 to i Great Improvement
was shown by the preachers In this
match over former work.
Montgomery, Ala., March 10.���Five
persons lost ttielr !i\es here today in
the rising waters of the Alabama riv-
���or following lasi night's rain, the
heaviest in twenty years. Three
whites and a negro were drowned
from a ferry and Sam Dillurd, a white
hoy, playing near the river bank, fell
into the Btream. Five and a half
inches of rain fell in five hours.
Mrs.  Burde Visiting City.
Mrs.    R.  .1.   Burde,    of Alberni, Is
spending a few days in the city, tbe
guest   of Mr.   and   Mrs.   I,,   li.   Lusby.
Roya] avenue.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, MARCH
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Classified Advertisements
�� Just a talk with you will convince you that our paper is doing the
biggest business in town. W. talk every day to thousands who
are eager listeners. Let us talk for you. You have something to sell,
another "fellow' at the o her end of town wants just what you have.
One Classified Ad speaks to hundreds  of   readers,  and   speaks   when
t
they want to listen.
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WANTED.
WILL A. S. PLEASE CALL AT THIS
office  for letters?
WANTED���A boy to work from 6 to
12 in the morning. Good pay. Apply this office Saturday I etween 1"
and 12:30.
PROFESSIONAL.
WANTED���General servant. Apply
Mrs. D. .1. .McQuarrie, Sixth street,
near  Fourth  avenue.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARiili
(P. C. Wade, K. C., A. Whealler, W.
(',. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. .2 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone lil!), and at Vancouvei
PHOTOGRAPHER.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT
Apply Mrs. It. Dickinson, corner of
Elliott and Carnarvon.
FOR   SALE
FOR SALE���Al $500 Bell piano, $200;
$50 cash, balance easv. Apply John
SIpprell, JIG Second street.
FOR SALE���Gasoline launch, 18 feet;
new, with or without engine; cheap.
Apply Box 21), Daily News, or C. R.
Lindsay,  Twelfth   street,  City.
HOUSES TO   RENT.
TO RENT���$15, six-room house. Royal
avenue and Fourth street; modern.
conveniences. Apply J. M. McDonald, 431  Agnes street.
TO RENT���Five-room cottage, furnished, on Eighth street, close to
car line. Possession on or before
April 1. Apply B., Daily News Office.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BLOGr_
(over .luhiistou's snoe store), Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
a.,d    couimerclal    work,    amateur
work, etc.
PAPEn   HANGING AND   DECORATING.
h__>_k_n, wall paper, kuv..i
Mouiuiu&s, Burlaps and Sannas;
house ^uniting, kajsomining, papei
ba.i.si.,'- und decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temlzing. Guinn .!_ Fairley, phone
1117. 18 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
C. HAMMER, ACCOUNTANT ANU
Auditor. Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster.   P. O. Box 795
ARCHITECTS.
EDWIN  G.  W.  BAIT,  ARCHITECT-
Guichon  Block,    i elep one 338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, AI.Ct.I-
tects, Ouiclion block. P. O. Box
772.      Phon�� 232.
I-.EAL  ESTATE.
Un.iE ,SHiLi__ & CO.
Real i-.--.aie. and Insurance Agi nts���
City, a.u-ni and suburban property.
2ti0 Columbia street.
i'o .... .,.���l^arge store next to tele
phoae office.
STuKa,���u.i Columbia street, Sapperton, io rent; $15 per month.
FOR SALE���Several large lot.- on car
line, Burnaby, for $100 and 4125
each; $25 down, balance at 7 per
cent.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY.
Columbia street, near tram ohice,
phoae 133. Ri al estate and insurance. City property, suburban
tracts, farm lands, and chicken
ranches.
Sj-TiLERS' ASSOCIATION OF ii C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
5 0. phone 334. Two acres, five miles
out, at a cheap pric... to close up a i
estate; this would make an excellent chicken ranch at small cost;
$300, terms.
HI
FEARED IN FUJI
rhirty Thousand Coones on
Verge of Revolt-Contraband Arms Discovered.
Vancouver, March p.���Acording to
advices brought by the steamer Ma-
Ikura from Suva an uprising of the
Hindu coolies in Fiji is feared. A]��_m
has been created by the discovery of
p.lius of Hindu leaders to organize a
revolution. Tbe Indian coolies, numbering 30,000, were stated to be in a
state of discontentment, and the discovery of some contraband arms and
a considerable amount of seditious lit-
erature among the Indians, mostly
brought by fresh arrivals from India,
has caused considerable alarm. Suva
newspapers necelved by the Makura
dlscontenance the reports. There has
been no disturbance of a serous character up to the time the steamer left
the islands. In the ment of trouble
the 3000 white population would probably havi' the assistance of the 90.000
Fijians, who would remain loyal.
MADE IN CANADA
Use Only the Best
Bank of Mont
ESTABI.ISIIKD   1811
re<j|
CAPITAL
RESERVE
Branches  throughout Canada and Newfoundland   ���,   i'    ' ����00
land, New York-. Chicago and Spokane, U. S. A    , D���'''""H %&,,
banking business   transacted.
1
Letters of Credit issued, available with  cor
the   .orld.
il4'".ai(J,QQ0.00
i.00
^___ mill,
City.   A
Is the Standard Article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY
For making soap, softening water, removing old paint, disinfecting sinks, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 lbs. SAL SODA.
Sold Evert/where
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
WILL ISSUE FRENCH
PAPER   IN   OTTAWA
Ottawa. March 10.���The proposed
established of a French-Canadian pa-
I i r in Ottawa, which has been talked
of for some time, has  taken definite
form. Archbishop Duhaniel has issued to his clergy a circular asking
Iheni whether they wish to take out
shares in the new daily. The idea is
to have ti sheet which will an-wer the
i.eeds of the French in Ontario. "A
paper altogether outside of party politics, but which "would be the champion of the altar and the hearth."
Applications will be received up to
Monday, the 22tul, inst.. al 5 p.m., for
the position of City Scavenger, duties
to commence on April 1st, 1909. Sal-
lary tit 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 Hall, March 5, 1909.
Savings   Bank   Department���Deposits receiv.
wards, and interest allowed at 3 per cent, p, , " '"�� up.
________________   ������ rate.)
^^ eenern
in a" Miis 0,
and
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   ft   D.   BRYMNER, ��,
" _ir,
j    TREE SPRAYS, BLUE 1
j   STONE, SULPHUR, Etc. !
RYALL'S
PHONE 57.
t>RUG
STORE   !
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RESTAURANTS.
ROYAL CAFE. (Mrs. Archer, propr.e-
tress).. Four courses, com I itlng ol
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
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|   Money Transactions   j
of every nature may be correctly, conveniently    and    Bpeedlly
performed through the medium
f   of the
! NOHTIItHN IWN BANK
j	
I
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English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
up.
Silver Watches, gents- open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
���H- h..|..'|..-{..|..j..|. .H..I..I..H--I--H
\t
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON it AYUNC, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
W. E. FAi-.JS, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and U tdertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
KENNY'S   RESTAURANT   ..   CAFE
Tickets, '.'1 meals for $1. Home
cooking. Me.iis. short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROLLER  RINK.
PYTHIAN SKATING KINK, New K
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes streets
Hours; Morning. 10 to 12; afternoon. _:30 to 6; evrning, 7:30 to IL
Admission 10c;   Skates, l!5c.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Cnurch.���
Home-made sausages a,id rolls, heaj
cheese, etc.
IRON WORKS.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���One large furnished  bed
room, near library, suitable for two
Also two small ones. Kent  reasonable.      Apply -S7 Victoria street.
VULCAN IKON WORKS, LTD. ���
Boilermakers and General Plate
Workers. Boilers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
sheet Iron work, telephone 324, P.
O. Box 442.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED ROOM
bath and modern conveniences, Apply 265  Victoria street.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN    BUNTING,    ROOM    10,
Brine block, Clarkson street
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
MUSIC.
MRS. C. C. FISHER ex-pupll of Carl-
lotta Antelll, R. A. M , London, Eng.,
and of G. F. Sims. Mus. Bac., Oxford,, England, will glv0 lesson-, in
singing and harmony.
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY      AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Colombia street,    phone 62.
8ECOND HAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second-
band goods. Speck & Crand-di,
near Trum office.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phono 445.
HENRY'S   NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested se.-ds, trees, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and bra ieh nursery at South Vancouver.
PRINfERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices,   phone 66, P, o.
box   UL'.     Daily   News   Block,  Sixth
street,
TAILORS.
GAIAIN. it;- sixth street; ladles' ami
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
In ladies' aud men's sailings. Press
Ing and repairing, on short notice.
Phone  B360.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSK
Urne street, W. N. Carty, manager'
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's  Drug Store.
THE  EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and   l'.lghth.      Hlgh-clasg
moving pictures,   illustrated son.
Program changed Monday, w.-iin
day and Friday.
Travelers' nnd Commercial tet-
ters of credit is.-uod, payable
in any part .f the uorld Bills
ot Exchange. Drafts and Order-
on all countries bought and
sold. Canadian Hankers' Association Money Orders sold.
Branches throughout Canada.
Manager,
A. S. L. LACE,
New  Westminster
-THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
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fl Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
P, (i   Box 171.       Tel. 5.1.       Res. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer- Bros.  Engines
PALMER
BROS. TWO
AND FOUR
CYCLE
CiASOUNE
ENGINES
-i*^"*J-'4"i~i~i���**."-*- -i*%���i~i���J���i���i~j���i-^L
NOTICE.
'__.;
1 1 2 to 25 bp., 2 and 4 cycle. Best
value on the market. Engines kept In
stock at
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
Take  notice  that  1,  C.  W.   Preston,
jof Vancouver, B. C, fanner, Intend to
j apply to the Honorable Cbic_ Commissioner of Lands aud Works for a
twenty-one year grazing lease on the
following described land: Commencing at a post on the east shore of
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district,
about a mile ^ouih of the mouth of
Bake creek, taenee west across the
Island to tbe shore, th-iiee following
the shore northerly, easterly and
southerly to the --oint of coiumeiicv-
inent.
No. 2 lease.���Zayai island, Port
Simpson district, Btartlng at a post at
the tputheast corner of No. 1 lease,
thence west across the island to the
shore, thenc. following lhe shore
southerly, easterly and northely
around to the point of commencement,
0. W. PRESTON.
.Ian. 28, 1009
LAUNDRY.
NOW
is  ihe  time  to  get CURTAINS AND
BLANKETS   ready  for   Spring.     Re-
member tho
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Blackle Street.
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home P.-.oer.
60   YEARS'
EniZNCE
LArJl)  8URVEYOR.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
'-Hard bock, New Westminster, B C
' Tradc Marks j
Dr .ions
Anton, wn-lnt �����kMohfn7_!!,?lr*T.  ***
l-lo-lr M��M___Wr oitaffi ��S__��__S_ m*r
���ml fi-*. OklMt ���Bi.nrT for ..-?,��JH( ��" P��t*nl
I'atont- taken tb-.uih Wu n _'.>>nt*Snu_
'4-^y_g_g?��___^tStg' ���*h
. receiv*
Scientific American.
C��n___, tMSk nv.d���.,���_.."���_-. .n_Bf for
all aewMeslnra.
IN
W_5_lBftt
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doon,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe.v
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westmimtei
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I  j
Foreign  Drafts
We -.11   drafts at the  lowest   rates  on all  thi   principal
points in Great Britain, Franc.  Germany,   Italy   i
European countries, also on all parts of Asia, Ati       iustralta,
Ni w Zealand and Mexico.
Bankers'  money  orders sold,  payable  at   pur al anj point
in Canada. ^
Collections made at the lowest rates.
Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
�����������ooeoeootu*.
Eastertrook  Milling  Company,
Eturne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie & Co. flous and feed merchants.
FRONT STREET
New Westminster.
Telephofll
%n
A little Good Coal
makes a b g, hot Bre V*<* ��JJ
of poor coal Bends out '" fl
at all. It is economical �� *
our coal, because It I" c/*'
goes farthest, Dial i a H��0B* \
ioav.-s very little asb nnd ��<���
^^ popp
it ui a"?
part of the city.   Fu" *e'
always.    Telephone your ��
leaves very     	
bo more per ton than
grrades.   'We  deliv���
- ell"
to us.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IM���
THE       DAILY NEWS
We-tmln8ter'�� Home Paper.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
-IN-
THE       D A  I  L N
Westminster'. Horn. P'P*
NE
WJ f"H-R
sDAy, MARCH  11,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
A(.i-j THREE
r^an Pacific Railway Co. Qran(J    J.       _      , Money
���- ~~" Jr   saved   ;,   money earned.    Tl
ritl,h Column--
Service
r_ast  Line
I
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TIME TABLE
R   VICTORIA    SEATTLE
UVE
ROUTE.
Operative January   13.
I    ���
\ i uum   leaves   \ an-
ilng  direct  to Se-
Mondhy.
[loyal leaves  Vancou-
, Vicioria daily, ex-
Excellent Train Service Betwee
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toro__.v
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
PROflf SHARING
STARTED BY LEVER
money earned. This is an
1 "Id aim true saying. You can save
money by coming here when you ned
Furniture of any kind. We have a
great variety 0f New and Second baud
goods of every description. No matter what  -on ...ed. about ihe house Mill] niaire  Adopts   Scheme
or barn, come and see it you can gel
����� I it hen-,    your money will not be    -
Lost
t you .vi  us, for we can cer-
as Safeguard Against Evil.
of <Ya.iv Socialism.
i'n
*4?
na.i.'i'" leavi
.,   ,.,. ,|.lily  for Victoria.
ivis Van-
3TER-Vlt*TOrtlA    ROUTE
And -.ii ti,,,   ��    ��� ""'���   with   almost   any-
OhTA__��imi���nmTB^B*\mas  ,!"':   :' *����   any other  place
ONTARIO  QUEBEC and the MARI-|we kn0w ...
TIME PROVINCES. ���r_r-~.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and      SPECK  &  CRANDELL'S
London,   .March   10.���Proht-sharlng
' wbh:;   Is d    by    experienced
eci :i >nil ,:..    .'...vi   trustwortny
safeguard against crude BOCialism, has
^
WHEN YOD SPE1TD A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
It th* best -aloe, because it is pure, nutritious and very aconomlcsl.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
          .; ^"^T^rTaW.r",^1^^ Falls- ''New and Second-Hand "'
-.TMlNoJtK v                                          ror Inn.. Tables, .tc.. address       i owns  all the ordinary shares In his
.   Trailer will leave  Victoria for!                    GEO.  W. VAbiX                                                ���  *
...      ,                                            ��� v��ua. enormouse soap    usiness, has ottered
jAssisw  ..���.���,  ; issensrer and Ticket!    Just  received   a  shipment  of new   to issue a balf-mlllon partnership cer-
'g sew Westminster on  Wed- i    Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
S S- Tees
n p.m.   1st.
Mail Service
oris n P.m. jsi, lOtb
120th of each month for Clayoquot,
Lult0 Harbor and way ports; 10th I
��� ,r Quatsino and way ,    F����**'">g are the hours ef despatch
and arrival of mails at tbe New West-
eacb month for Ahcu.et
_. ������ Scott and way ports.
Ian--.;- t k-inainaimo  ROUTE.
leave Van
b. h. Joan
mver - p.
Leaves
.  iu.  daily, ex-
Nanaimo at  7
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Plnci       Ma*    leaves    Vancouver
_tli.
I r,_hiN   _-.   C.   ROUTE.
,, ,,,   leaves   Vancouver
Ich 1
i, ive.     Van
\ a. 28th.
(AST MAIL SERVICE.
:      or ss. Amur l avi
���,, 8th, April 2d.
[ CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SERVICE.
i. ...      . incouver
I
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.'
I * a.m.
I Thursday
,n: .   #      n
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UP.
minster post office, the hour given in
, each case being the- hour _������ closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mail-,,
unless otherwise stated, are despatch.
ed aud received daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched ami received Sun lay are the C. P. R. sun:,
und i'. P. K. east mails :, u including
the way mails, Sapperton, Frasei
Wills and Coquitlam.
Mails De-patchcd.
II: "' a.m.   n losed  at -lev. no
iii"   ;���.' .Iotl     nightj    \ v. via
'1. N". It. "Owl." Vii  .     i    j
,:   da*
8:30 a.m.���\
trie railway.
.  "n'i. and Seattl.
S.   Pointi   i .- ith, and  :
.       :,       ���     ���
'     ,
in-
I
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��� ���
Alex. Speck
Columbia St,    "Man  on   the Wheel."
bicycles. i tlficates  and  allot   'hem  at  bis  own
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, type-1 discretion to bis  workmen,
writers,   and   Hghl   automatic iiiactiin-      His   pJan differs   from   Sir  Chrlsto-
ery, pher Furness" system of profit-sharing,
Inasmuch as the workmen wlll noi
pay anything for tne certificates.
These will be free gift, and will
rank with Lhe ordinarj shares after
5 i ������: cenl bus be- n paid for the In-
tore; i on the on m ��� ���' capital.
Mr,  I.ever estimates that the valui
i i   !>is   gift   \\i:i   be  a".' ,000, and   n
���-v ij to get bis owner's capital. Mr
Lever estimates be will -"' a m re effective service from the working
force. The certificates vsill not be
generallj distibuti d, bul w il) ie bi
'��� ved upon thosi vho have hown
themselves   to    be   n  bo! itely    trust-
WOl lb'.'.
NEW WEuLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
ii --or   to
Mayers & Preston
Office,  Front  St., -Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
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HOW TO  OPERATE   a moving  picture  machine  at   bom,'.        J
""" to ii in or buj a moving pictu i bine. j
How in make big money al enterti amenta and amusemenl
How to obtain positions which ,:���.. :' ' pei week
How to become a finished oi i
We giva Instructions thai are   lu nd Interesting,
We have the new-si method of teacl ng by mail.
We send you on receipt of $1 00 . t<  instructions
We teach operatora how to pass all examinations.
We represent the leading film excha
Remittances    to    Independenl    Th<   -. al  Exchange,    400-401-40.    1
Hmk.   Building, Seattle, Wash., ���
| Warden Scfcoo. of Operators :
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B. C. E. r   Westminster Branch.
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ulnion Lands at Ottawa, of lut-t_t-8_
Sent^On Approval
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Advertising and Circulation
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March 19��� I'ncle Tom's C4bin.
^lurch 'Jl.���Harry Bereaford,
April 1-The Musi.r Power.
April 2.���Marry Ini: Mary.
April 7.-- Blanch Wai b
April 28���The Olngerbred
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THE   DAILY   M
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THURSDAV,MARCHii
The Daily News)    BOWLING
Published by The Daily News Publishing Compauv, Limited, at their offices, ,___.-
b '     *' '      The  la-al  Estate  bowlers   beat   tne
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New'
Westminster, li. C,
HAILWAY COMMISSION
DISCARDS ALL  FRILLS
Royal   City   Mills  last   night   at   the
Westminster bowling alleys by a score
E. A.  Paige Managing Director
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THURSDAY,  MAnCH   11,  1909.
of 2141)   to 1982.
follows;
Th.
-core  '���-as as
REAL ESTAT
1.
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tot.
Pearson.   ...
....ill
123
1 to
407
lillie	
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219
118
002
Goodwin ...  .
..  .114
153
121
3SS
Savage   	
.   .133
JU
116
363
Barbaree,   ...
...149
164
176
489
Totals   .
. .. 70.',
773
1171
21 1"
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C. MILLS.
Smith   	
. .101
145
1 12
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Baill-e   	
..137
129
11 1
380
Daley    	
..13.
127
102
363
141
116
'4
Latham	
...184
150
12:;
457
TARIFF   REVISION.
The misfortune about a i.igb tariff
country is that the revision of the tariff means a grave ui^rganisation of
the business of Lie community while   .. ..."
Ha ii.jt
it is being carried out. aiich is tlie
case at tbe present time in the Uuit.d
States, and factories are running on
short orders unil conditions have beeu
arranged satisfactory to t-ielr particular lines of business. Buying wlll be
liuiicd to Immediate necessities.
The Republican party has been com-   TECUMSEHS  ARE  SUED
ptelletl   by   force  of  public   opinion   to; BY  CAPITAL  TEAM
amend the tariff, a scbedu.c which ha
made enormously wealthy men in Ottawa, March 10.���The Capital Lathe republic, many of them from me cross�� club lias tak''n out �� writ
Repuulican party themselves. Thej against the Tecumseh Lacrosse club
.claimants of special interests hav* for *r>0��- claiming that that amount
been busy at Washington loubying inj is duc th�� Capital club as a result or
their clients and their own Interests) an agreement to p!by an exhibition
and we have recent a- had an example! match iu Toronto on July 18 last as
Totals 694    692
Ottawa, March 10.���The railway
commission has proclaimed Itself a
democratic tody and the comir.lsslon-
iv do not want to be addressed as
"lordships." By order the presiding
j officer is to be addressed as "Mr.
Chairman." and the others as "Mr.
Commissioner."
CIVILIAN hllll ASSOCIATION!
NEW WtSTMINSTtH.
Annual meeting will be held in
Board of Trad- rooms on Tuesday, th-
16th at >S:00 p.m. All members and
intending members tire invited  to  be
present
W.   NELSON,
Secretary.
Choice  H
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18c
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AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner  Kignifi  St.  tino    Fifth Avenue
-'HON-     1/U
BOWELi    ���-   ODOv.  Proprietor-.
J. HENLEY
.       torturer  of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water.,
Family  tradn a  specialty.
Pel. 113 Office   Eight street
NEW    WESTMINSTER.    8.    C-
[Millinery Opening
of ibis in tine struggle over the lumber tariff, the result of whic.i ha; baen
that the advocates of protection have
managed to hold the tariff up in spite
of energetic efforts to prevent this
reduction. However it seems likely IN 111:
to be cut at least a collar j er thousand feet.
With  the cose  business    relations
the regular match  was called off on
account of rain
You are invited to the Spring Opening
OF
"GET   THE   HAt.IT.'
Kitchen Goods
between the l'nited States and Canada the tariff revision proposals have
Bpeclal Importance to ibis conutry,
and the action of congress will be
awaited with interest. , bere ran be
no djrnlal that the United states a
a whole is overwhelming protectionist. There will . e no change In principle, but merely an a'('ration in the
schedule io adjust varying conditions
which have arisen since the tariff wis
established. Just a6 in. proportion
the work Is done speedily, and the
suspense in business circles does not
last too long, will the American public
be satisfied with the revision.
Despatches from Washington indicate many new taxes to meet the
large deficit In the treasury, and the
new president realises tariff revision
must be accomplished soon, thoughi
oposltinn is certain in passing through
the House of Representatives. We art-
assured there will be no radical
changes in th_ tariff, tbat the new
measure will be as thoroughly protective as the existing schedule is.
We in British Columbia are so
closely bound up with the Southern
republic that the settlement of the
oontrovery will have a I eneflcla] 'effect on business conditions this side.
The tariff fixed on lumber and coal is
of the greatest Importance to us.
forming the bulk of our export southward.
'bop you will1 find a hosl of little-
priced labor-savers. You'll find till
these articles ar.' Conveniently arranged and pried in plain figures
and you Will find these price figures represent -livings���cash aud
labor savings. You are we'Jcome
to come any time,
SPECIAL    FOR     THURSDAY-Brass
Curtain Rods al 20c each.
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the sum
PARIS, LONDON, NEW YORK AND BOSTON
Millinery Noveltiesand Parisian Patterns
ON
Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday, March
11, 12 and 13.
MOORE'S MILLINERY. Bank of Commerce Block, New Westminster, B. C.
Opposite the   Post Office.
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Spring 1909
Today     and     following     days
t'stic display of  Ladies' Pattern Hats
and models from our own workroom..
We cordially invite you to be pies.nt.
Gordon's Dry Goods House
MISS CURLE  IN CHARGE.
'������������^�����|J
MOTION, VEAL, POHK
Fresh   Pork    Sausages   daily.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
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PACIFIC
Meat Market
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Prime Ribs Beef
V.";
Choice . ,j
Juicy   Steaks.
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MI.-II.NI.M. Ji A\iil.HSII\       Columbia St
CIVIC CLEANLINESS.
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Styles
We regret   that the efforts of the)
citizens   to ln-lp   ihe  city   council  ln|
keeping   the   streets  clean, and    the
baclf lanes iii condition, is very sl,;is'j |^}f
modic and Ineffvctual. I VJO
On. of th_ s]io.s which should be i jhn
kept eletui is the slope between ''"-'MS
lumbla street and the Fraser bridge, j UU
This which is s"en by every p. rson j PM
from the l>. N. It. depot, and frotii'jHJj
the south sidv approaching the city ls'Jy��
I disgrace to the residential street' Dfj
upon which it fronts. The Chinese ^rt
and other help employed In the hou ������   cK*
ll the  street  regard the  slope as   Qj
a lining receptacle for Old cans, rub-      '"
bish of all kinds, and waste material,
it is ur. to the employers ot these
persons to see the mutter reaches Ibe
garbage tins inst'-nd of the grass
slope. The same position applies to!
tli��- uncleared part of the Queens park
reserve south of Oranvillo street.
We have frequently drawn attend
tion to the condition of the lacks of
stores on Clarkson street, though they
are clearing up somewhat after the
winter season, still the complaint
which the Mainland Hoard of Underwriter! bus forwarded to the city council with reference to the mailer show si
that this authority will require action
taken before the Insurance rata*   in
the city are reduced, in spite of the
large sum being spent now on Ore protection.
So far as the merchants of th<- city
lire concerned they have Ihe good explanation thai until tho city provides
them with icoommcdatlon for burning the refuse tbey cannot help tin
presenl state of things.
a refuse d'-siructor Is built
will be the eiiiilnil over these dangers
in (ire prevention, and police protection Much also remains lo U�� done
In connection with lhe cure of vacant
lots which are now used in a considerable pari "I the town for ihe pur-
lllp
I For Men
in our llm s of men's ahoes  we  show  every Btyle leather ad last   known   to   the
best makers of mens stio-s      livery pa'r
has the tit, the weir and the style that contributes to a good shoe and a pleased customer.
.���very man in town ft make it his particular business to see our handsome spring shoes.
We want
nl   help     thi    S),
Tbe sooner rf
It  lb,-  better   ��}{
A*���
CHOICE
^SPRING FOOTWEA
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;        WATCH REPAIRS.
I Have you a watch that is giving you trouble?
I so bring the watch to us and we will put ii in
t order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN lun al.-'KEEP
: accurate: time.
I W. C. CHAMBERLIN  THe J^^
l COLUMBIA   STR-tT,     NEW WESTMINSTER
* Sole agent for the Longines and Hamilton Wai     M        :.';     i
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:   DO 11 I IDC THE -vardrobi
:  i _Tl��_L_____lr u,    clothier
4 t  ���
EXTENSIVE  DISPLAY OF
For Ladies
Wo want every woman to -no* about the excellence and goodness of our new spring shoes.     When the
".nan couios here for sho���-   M. off,_ h(,r no gueBBwork styles, _u< the best woman shoes that the eoliu-
produoei.     OUR SPECIALTY, women's $2.r.O to $3.60 fin- shoes, Patent leathers, etc.
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FOR SPRING
Our siock of Men's Negligee and   Hiiff-Bosoni    Shirts,   i"ii'i'lete '"
every way, comprising all the popular shades of Oreen, OW., ?m
Brown, light and dark Blue, with   fancy overchecb or stripe.   Manf
have small s|K>t or neat floral design.   They are made from fine c_��* i
brlc  and  French  Zephyr cloth, the good  washing kind.   Our pr*
are
$1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.50
Nobby Hats for Spring.
ir---.. and well selected stock of IH'W (prtM     '
i  ln Soft aud Hard  Hat.,   Tbe I-
are  ver)  popular- *���
<esa,;,'i.      ����**
and shn
Vou will find here a
all  tho latest styles
ing shades of Green, light Fi.wn aud Qrey
have all the best EJngllsh and American  ma
most shrewd buyer.
j
$2.50 to $6.00
PHILUPS,
THE WARDROB*
CLOTHIER
209 211  COLUMBIA ST,
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Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   8HOE
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Wettminster, B. C.
HOUSE   IN  B. C "_*_?
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NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between A. Hardman, A. ,lnm.a and J.
MeClugan, carrying on business as
hardware merchants In the city of
New Westminster, in the Province of
British Columbia, under the style of
Hardman and Co., bus been dlsiofved
by mutual consent ns of the third day
of Marcli 1909. The business heretofore carried on by the said llrm of
Hardman & Co., will mow be carried
on by the said A. .lames, and ,T. MeClugan, and all debts owing \<t the
are to ne paid to the
vjW1"''   I
said A. James anil J '. rtjm��|
all claims againsl the �����>���� ^1
tiuted to �����   1
b.
Wvinni"^
A. D"
are  to bo  presi
James and J. >M'Uv'
same will be settl
Dated ni Ne��
this -Hli daj of Ma"-11'
A. HARDMAN.
A. JAMBS,
��������� McCLUOHAN
bbaohi
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Willi'"
w. H.
said partnership
,T  PAYS TO ADVE
-IN'       ^m
Westminster's Hoin MARCH   ��1i  190?
DAILY
Ba-'*
M*_eM  *
II areas
Ptxftns mi?
T. H. Smith
Off With the
On With the
era ta,
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Afew
'City News-
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.. - are nc: very far mi       i   .. ...
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sight    n*n v,.:v-r _ ��� ,.
;e"      W* ":'   '    "��� ��� *   to   vour
.    reetton and Invite >o_    i       ......       .       a_'ana
splay ol rea_y-to-w��__-s
**     ��� . : t.hf Simon bei-
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Another Shipment of Ready-toWears
trom Germany
"������*��� : from the manufacturer in i   ...       tnm
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Bee. reetert     rhis shipi rj ,   ..-���., , ,
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525.00 OP
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$ 150 UP
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W. E. FALES
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NINETEKN HUNDRED DOLLARS
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A  SNAP IN GLORIA  SILK
UMBRELLAS.
.-... $1.50���Ten doz-
is,    .0-inch    frame
. d. with tape ;
.     ally  good  Umbrella,
 H-50
. ..     for $1.00���aa-
Hlorla covered bar-
regular $1.25  for
 $1.00
A   SNAP DRESS  GOODS
AT 50c.
Ten    | leces    . rand    new  s< I
'-    French    mir-.ige    t;, ���
with   ���������������: ���    . mt .*.    42  Incl ��� a
��� . v< ry suita le tor sumi
and   dresses.     On   sate
tO     50c
C   Bnic. .      '.  .   ���
en a bill    cM ���
Eamllj   will  : ll..--.-  .
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'N-VRLE  T_r. ms.
Some Exceptional Offerings in Table Linens
0    Table    Cloths  for
...
-;       Size   06x66,   neatly  hein-
���:.,.:, nice    .order,    with  floral
���   :  good quality linen.
On      -  for    $1-35
ij Cloths  for $1.50���
About 2 yards square In tuagnt-
flcent floral . (feet; bi avy "" ������
maneni mercerised finish; no
dressing; well worth $3.00; bor-
d-'i-il "ii 4 sides and neatly
hemmed; ready for use Un
sale at $1.5.-
A Drive in Hemmed   Table Napkins
."   ;            ipklns to  be clear-' j at  $l 25
i   ���
dozen; size "0
by 20;
: ready for use, very pi'etty  flortfl
- er. c
t.   regular  $2.00
values
Por table decora
. ,    I     a spec!-       ������    -
ihe Florist, IS _ M
Some Genuine Bargains in Victoria Lawns
awn, 12 inch   wide,   beautiful   .-oft make,
Ictorla
	
:ia Lawn, 12 In  hes wid
:     	
at   12
 $1.00
at 12 l-2c per yard, or !> yds.
$1.00 I
*r,
250 YARDS WHITE   SPOTTED     MUSLIN   AT   10c   YARD.
A Unique Offering in Real Irish Lawn
\ -  ��� . I purchase of 36-inch Real Irish  sh.er  Lawn, Grass  Bleach
" distinguished from pure linen; permanent finish.     Regular
On sale at, per .'��� nl    20c
Afti r   ba\ In     -,-en
In i allfornia, M  J, Philll] s and nUnt
Phillips  returned to  the cltj   yeetei
day.
The Great N'ortti rn terr-i ing Tail.
n.'w i> ng al i. :- own wharl \s I i ini
painted over    and  ha> neral
overhauling
Bargains both In value and pric- ai
\v. ll. Kalis, the . Ig furhlture store.
corner of \gnes and McKenste sta  **
Mrs R J i '��� tel ��� ���. of ni" lafi'i'i
street, leaves today for the Okanagan
where she will v ��� uu abOUl .1 month
on a  holiday.
Do you want to own your own
home?     _*or twenty-five dollars cash
you can serin., a 50-foOt lot On the
car line. Burnaby, balance $76, ani
time within one year. White, Bhiles
& i'i>.. 260 Columbia street, city.     **
Capt Frits Mayers was me appel
lam In the county court In a cas* <^i
Mondaj against the Judgment ol the
small debts court in which two Hindus unsuccessfully sought for wages,
...
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Dominion Trust Co.
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T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Wome^s Ready-to-Wear
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At MacKay's
NEW BOOKS
The Red City, by ri. Weir Mitchell  .1-->0
Tbe Last Voyage of the Donna
Isabel, by Parrls *L25
The Message, by Louis Tracy
 $1.25
54-10,   or    Fight,    by   Kmerson
Hough *1-2-
Cy   Whittaker's   Place,   by   Lincoln $1-25
c-i Rich-Quick  Wallingfo.fi,  by
Chester $i-25
Life of Ian MacLaren, bj  VV*. K,
Nicholl $1-75
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FRUIT GROWERS' TREE SPRAY
ENGLISH BLUE STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA  CHIPS
ARSENATE   OF    LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   GRA8S
SULPHUR
CURTIS'
DRUG    STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headqua-ters   for   Spectacle*   froii   50
Cents up.
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E^-ctric Railway Service
'���
!nt,-rurban  Line.
Vancouver  and way
will   run  every half
5:50  a. m. Last
-1 11  p, m.
" leaves Vancouver at
lepot
oth
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City  Line:   1 an   l<
office on  the  hour   I '
after,   an!   .      !     ���- '       '
.  to 1 ea
u-es
ai't.-r, commencing
Sapperton   L ne:
at  ten  mlnute�� al ' '    ������'
'   ir pasi an I I I
rh ' hour, comni  ���
a. m.
Sunday service ta
a  ���    v   <
t br,t^h Columbia Electric Rv- Co*ltd ���
^HH^���� M n MM^ **
We Have
AL_ KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of tl-�� best quality.
T. A. MUIRi
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
OftUGOlSTS,
ellard Block, n��v, Westminster.
VV Shiles & Co, hai
stoi es to real  o_i ...
5 I the . st to th.
1             .   oft.. **
I larch VV. H   VV a ������'    ol
the 1.'.ii;,\ ene impi of B. C-, I. O
0   !���'    w.'l 1 IStl   11." . ���
\ New Wi
. .'.-nt, .in ed by th ..nl
ii I. .1111   of   < 1 l   \.-
\        ii er   01   nu 1 ibi 1   ol  :;.." uwnj
mpmeni  in c 1 "u'.u' -ii-.i to .������
tbe meeting
\ good appeal nni e I   an In
lli'l    .1    lllMIl \.   bill    11    "���'.".'     '   !
ii' up B278 .in.1 lei ui n uo\ ale ."iir
clothes,     Royal Cltj  Dyi   Work      **
\  team  to i. pi esi ni   w e ii in :
on s.inn .i.n   again i  i be   i lb dli . Ui
the Vancouvi t disti Icl fool   ill I. a    1
ua . proi ll i.'ii.ilU   cho ' 11 ou   1   -
������ni jevriii.i.    .1   1 [amis I. fi    '."  tin
Baskatchi �� an 1 npltiil   1 uhi 1  cliaii
an   likely  i" foro the  team  llm
. at   Keei 1 al loll   pai !.   OU '���'��� ll III dBJ   afti
noon under V   Phillip    whlstli
The Schaake    mai bim   woi It    �� n
sl.111 ,11 nii.'e 1.1 111a1111l.il lure 1- I 1 ���'
del 'i.   I" w   pali-ul      logging   a: I'li.ue P
which promises to 11 a groai boon |n
loggers iii< ii enables them lo haul
logr. from an) distance, ihe drawing
cable revolving on n double drum
Mr i-.1 .i.i has bis manufacturing
rights protected by n paten) In I' iu
ada
The board or license c nlssli	
of Burnaby, consisting of Rai in
Byrne, C. P. Bprott, .(. i'. anfl Oouo
ciiioiH Kber Stride and w. i--. Bllver,
held a meeting yesterday, wlu-n the
application of T Simpson r-.r a hotel
license on lots 13, 14, IE and 18, in
block 9, district joi   i.'i, was board.
Tin- bearing was BdJOUmOd until Friday.
Two B al ��� ������ men who bave bad ��� .:i
-.billable   experience In management
of    vaudeville    and    moving    pli
shows, have taken  Bonson md
Old   Ush   mid   fi ilit   r.''iie   on  CO
lumbla street, and win operate ll il
an eai I data nflth ."i up io-i tn
��� i.ii'e ,iii" company 'i bey me
James n irdlng and I M Compton
Work on   tb��. raoofistruotion of   lie
store   hai   al'"H'l ,    bl I'.""
���(be it'.. I, City Pinning Mills win
commence aorii .i nn early dnt��- on
iheir logging rmi". ��y, v. bli b ;-. to i M
v��y tb" logl fri,in llieli HlullPI' Jlliills
r.n lb* Y'll" '""'I I" H-fl A' Ol "1
Whence tbey Will hn Inweil IO the llllH.
Tb" "uripany Intended It) Inilbl the
line   t*o "    bUl   Hi��>   j).6j< dl
railed   to ������   "wing  lo  nn   In
jun.' ir.n *vi.'"ti ;..'���,.""���.' "niiera wIvsr
places w'tp lo be croSlild bronchi
against  tb" .ompanjfi
Y 'St'-dav "-fts �� Rain dny for the
., | gt this City, no fewer than tbiee
nii,Unary pstatillshmeiits held their
spring npenings, and the latest fash-
Ions of feminine hendwear attracted
matt) buyers and viewers tn IJbUist-.
6 Co., Gordon's and the Misses Connor and MH'iiarrle's stores. This b"
In* their   first opening,    th- 'Misses
1 rionnor and M'Quarrle dfecorated their
! 8*_Te in a most effective manner and
'tli.dr   large  and    striking display  0f
hats was greatly  admired by crowds
of ladles rrom 'early In the morning
' till closing time.     Today will see another spring opening, as Mfoore'a mil-
linery emporium,  Bank  of Commerce
block, will commence ibelr second, annual iv'ii;:': sbe^ing.
��� ���
Or lor Your
������
Bran,       Shorl .       Oat Chop,       Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,      Wholt Wheat!
Oats,      Wheat Flou_ for Bread and hws^a
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc. Ite
li    '"H'F'i'.   riiVMi'ii \    iT-iiiPitEn.
HALE BROS.& GO.
Phone  135
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i. v.. i  . .. mm   In;,. , a-,   i f���r _'-c
um. i in...  nn.i...in, pel "*���> 10c
AlaiM le.l     I 1111��.    I. "eli.        .. If,.-   1 -ill.
I foi "n-
RII 1 1 P n.   P(*l*iq.   -,..,!   NO    1    POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICES.
Adams& Deans
ADVERTISE  IN   IHE   NEWS
LEJJJS-HAVE A HEARTiiHEART
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HIGHEST
QUALITY
LOWEST
���RICE!
or
INSURANCE
ll'ivc you ever thought of the many chances
Ox lofting your property, time, or life, through lire
or flOC-lU-nts or other causes, and of the comfort
and material value an Insurance Policy would be
to you or those dependent on you on such an
occasion?
I can give you a Policy for any kind of insurance at a less premium than others charge, and
would like to have an opportunity of quoting rates
to prove this to you.
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ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62. .. ������ ?   'it'    ���". ""        il. 1
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY
WArch
Still Waging War on
Iniquitous Measure
(Continu.il  from Page One)
SPRING OPENING OF
MOORE'S MILLINERY EMPORIUM
rhe millinery establisoment in the
Bank ot" Commerce block, formerly
known as Moore & Campbell, but now
trading as Moore's .Millinery, has recently been entirely remodeled In a.
most artistic manner. The color blending cf| the murial decorations, toget-e.'
with that of the electric lignt.ng,
draping, and jumishings, the latter
mainly ct' the "Mission" character,
being most effective. Mrs. Moore ha
just returned trout a visit io Portland and the sound cities, where she
secured a large assortment of the
latest and most up to date supply of
Paris, London, New York and Boston
"creations" in the way of adornments]
for the heads and hair of her fair
patrons.
Even to the amateur eyes of "a
mere    man"    journalist    these  same
NOTICE.
vidlng for an ��� >������ liange of land be-
tween the "tt rince and the townsite
company. To make ine townsite uniform it was found necessary to Include in :h" townsite a triangular
piece of land, and the crown was to
receive a trail of etj.ua'1 value within
the townsite. Mr, Oliver withdrew
hi.-- objection after explanations by
the attorney-general and the chief
i .     aissioner of lands.
Copyrighting the Plans.
The chief commissioner moved that
the following be added to the bil] ns
a   new section:
"I'liuis o|  the   lands   mentioned   in
chapter 19 of the statutes of 1908, ap-   adornments ar? "dreams" of pictures
proved by the chief commissioner of j qu-   ioveliness   and   should  prove  an
lands, shall from to time be deposited I endless source of delight to all the lain the proper land registry office when j dies of this city and  to the other path.-   registrar  Is  satisfied    that  such J trons    ot-    Moore's    millinery.      The
planai have been approved as aforesaid,   beautiful,  yet    tasteful    coloring  ot
Alter the deposit of such a plan the i many of these nat_ and articles from
registrar shall keep an  Index  of ihe | the hands and brains of European and
lands described or designated by any; ..\,m.rjcan  specialists    cannot  but  be|('"!'   115, R. S. C, 1906.
number or letter on such plan by the! greatly admired by all who see them.     Dated at  New  Westminster,  B. C
name by which II is designated there-   invitations are being issued to the for- this 30th day of January, A. D. 1909.
Of Application for Wharf and Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B. C.
Notice is hereby given that I the
undersigned, E. Mercer, of the City of
.New Westminster, 13. c, Contractor,
having applied to His Excellency the
Governor-ln-Council for the approval
of a certain site for the construction
of a wharf and marine slip situate or
the north shore of Lulu Island on the
North Arm of the Eraser River have
deposited with the Honorable the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
plans of said wharf and slip way
which I propose to construct on land
covered with water, lying north of and
adjoining sub lot 12 of lot "A" of lot
757, group one, New Westminster Dis-
trict, together with a description of
the proposed site described by metes
and bounds; and have also deposited
a duplicate of each in the office ot
the Registrar of Deeds for the said
District of New Westminster, in which
District the work is proposed to be
constructed; in accordance with the
requirements of Section 7 of the
"Navigable   Waters   Protection   Act,
&
PACIFIC
ft
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 -a.m;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m.;
train  fO| Agassiz at 5.42   p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
Telephone 54.
P. O. Box 665 '
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES' AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order,
Columbia   and   Meinness   Streets.
mm ui **2i5
filiations,
laj
New Spring Goods
Dominions |aD
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material you   want, for
suits made to order.    Perfect fit, gua -
anteed,
For further particulars ana reservu- _.____.
ons appy hee CHUNG
Ai-y available
In the raliwii .
bui"!)';- ���'���a,led"br1
the ���     ', (,f v?ywis����
^ny male ove,  I    ,   ,...   /
'   '���ta-se.b
������-���ction oi
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass.  Agt.   Vancouver.
Merchant Tailor
p. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
mi. and all instruments affecting the   maj  .spring opening of    this  fashion-
land,  or  any  part   thereof,   executed   :l;,]c, emporium and  will, it is safe to
after such plan has been deposited as ' say> be eagerly accepted by the ladies!
aforesaid,    shall    conform      thereto. | of New   Westminster   and   the vicin- ���
K. MERCER,
NOTICE.
New Westminster   District.
District of  New Westminster
TENDERS WANTED. 	
Take  notice,  ihtu   Harriet  Ford, ol
Sealed tenders  will                   d bj pitl  Meadows,  ll. <'.. occupation par-
undersigned  up to noon on  Sat- ried lady, intends to apply for permis-
in.lv.'. March 20th, 1909, for tin   pur- sion to   purchase    the    following de-
chase oi legal subdivision four of sec- *  "i!"'l lands;  Commencing at a :-
. \"v ii. township eight, east  of planted al the southeast oorm    ol Lot
the i          ���    ivlimi.  containing  forty 1020,   thence we_l   20  chains,  thenc
This hind is situated on the south 80 chains, thence easl IS chains
Prairie road, 1   1-2 miles from mqre or Ie g to Agamemnon I hannel,
Nev   Westmlnster-Chilllwack Elec- thence northerly  along   ile    shore  to
��� .     tilway, nnd l  1-L' miles from the the  point <>f commen      lent, contain-
villi!-    of Cloverdale,      Terms,     isti 160    cres more or less.
[ghesi bidder or    n ,   tt ���-. Ie ��� not H MtRIET FORD,
-vii'ily   accepl   I        For   furtl   ��� M. L. GORDON,   .genl
	
I!.  BOSK MAKE  YOUR" APPEAi. to the  public
'   'ivilt'iinl    \v. - through the columns cf THE DAILY
ii. C.
NEWS.    The  Morning  P
otherwise the same shall  noi   be  re-   ity.
orded or r gistered."
"No person, except when authorized
in  writing    by  tlie    attorney-general,!
shall be p< ri lifted to copy said plans
whin  de] :   a-  aforesaid.
Mr. Fulti '   in d ' be Ial ter par
agraph by    saying thai    the railway
t company  intended   to   copyrlghl  the
in.- and sell them.
Police  and   Prisons.
The hou tl  into committi e on
i nl the Polic ! Pris-
onii   Ri
Mr. Williams i Newcasth i pro     ted
v        sal Ing
il   constables.     Hi
mgs."
Mr. Hawthi   nti .  ������    . Nanaimo) in-
in*   .      tt makl      It 11-
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Io 1-2 p. c., 2nd. July,  1908 *- 3L3 19 35
No   I, 2 1-2 p.c, -pa      '   2nd  Jan .   1909   ..    54.959  "
ENTERPRISE  IS  HR06PER0US.  $
: Gramte\^are :
Just arrived���-Full and complete stock Graniteware. ifl all the very
newest designs, and at the lowest,   possible  pries.    Cai)   in and   in
i
speet our stock;  no trouUo to show  same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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| Trust Block, Iront St., f\c w Westminster |
A. JAMES.
J.  McCLUGAN.
Wa, may bei, M l|
Who is the...        ,   '7***^
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extent of on
acres, more or 1
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the local land        . ,, ,;;.;*<
��bicb the land        ,���,,,.
proxymay.lv J^k
,Um condition* -,. the ��a__7    *
son. daughter, br.tbel ^ *
Intending homesteader. 0l il
The homesteader i8 rea,.. ,
^the conditio. eSe^
���H^ under   one   of tbe  to^jM
I    (1)   At leasi .\xmnwmnJ
DP��n an<l 1 ivatlon of the land'
each year for three yeara ' "
12) If the father (or mother tth
father is decease,),. 0, ^ .J
steader resides upon a tana in -j,
vicinity of the land entered *c- %
requirements as to residence ���
satisfied by Buch person re.idm.J
the father or mother,
(3)    If the Settler has his -.-K.
ent residence up |
. ed by him in the i cinity ofh
stead, the requln n nl    as       ,.j
Hence may be .^
iil-on the saiil lanl
Six months' n
ven to thi  C
inlou Lands al
. tent.
COAL    Coa
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���i  annual ������
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li    NORTHC-.N   CROWN   BANK.
Result   cf  tli iness of the   Bank  For ihe   Year  Ended
i ii -
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEVA'S
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Prime Mutton  and Vea
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roved        n Hdlj
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ii   moi:  :, ma I
ii. rease In  the  value
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an offi ' (vas ma(je
the i
Speaking    I th    ivorli of the pasi
ri a    Mr   I"        ���    ���   om ol the directors of the com nny, Bald;     "I attrl-
bui.' our slice...    t0 ;���],. ,���.,,.,  ,],.,,  we
hav sold only homegrown Btock nnd
have guaranteed every tree true to
name. Lasi y< ar �������� grew over 200,-
ono trees on our lands. This year
our    spring   deliveries      alone    will
amount to over   ifio.non   besides the
large fall orders Yesterday we had
an order for 12,000 apple trees from
one man. These were all Jonathan
Wealthy and Northern Spy varieties.
The business has pmspered so well
that it will now ba necessary for us
lo purchase ,'i :nrpe tract, probably 100
or 200 acres, in order to allow for future development This will give
you an Indication uf the development
tailing place in the Fraser valley and
in the fruitgrowing Industry of British
Columbia.''
The following ur,. Hie directors Of
tho company: J, .1. Jones, m, .1. Hart,
C. P. Sprott, L. Claude HIM. Q E
Clayton, C. R. Gordon, P, W. Crank-
phnw.
.' . II   and   Loss
ii ii'
,$12!) i
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ork  of Excellent Flavor
GENERAL STATEMENT.
J 1st  December,  1908.
Ll ABILITIES
oi     (paid up)
K           .-.-.   ..
Profll
 % I 0,00 ' 00
    129,128 88
$179,128
I'liili". u il Dlvlden Is  03 10
dividend payable 2nd. January,  1909   ... 64.959 10
f   234,291  38
$2 i   ,.-'," 33
* i the Bank in CIri ilailon  $1,688 sen 00
. ii    noi  bi ai Ing Inten /    2,506 761 59
uriii ������ Interest 6,613,1   B
due ic othei Banks In Canada         2,229 77
cea due i" other Banks nnd Agent-   olse-
whi re than Canada an i  l'nited   Kingdom   .        1,712 19
Direct from the Plant arid Abattoir of
J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO., Edmonton, Alberto. Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
$10,712 759 ^7
$18,148,620 20
ASSETS,
Cold and Silver Coin Currenl    $  179,742 10
Oovernmeni  Demand Notes   1,288,307 7-">
SOLD BY
1,413,049 '.'I
Deposit with Dominion Oovernmeni required by
.'.ei of Parliamenl for security ofgeneral
Bank note Circulation   76,000 00
Due by Agents and other Banks In Canada   ..   .. ::fi9,603 70
Due by Agents and other Banks in Qreal Britain 34,004 Sl
Due by Agents and other Hunks elsewhere  than
in Canada and the l'nited Kingdom  219,974 -17
Dominion and Provincial Government Securities . 165,000 0i)
Canadian Municipal ,-i Foreign PublicSecurltiea  . 234,198 73
Railway and other lionds Debenture  and Stocks, !S42,r-94 14
Notes ni" and Cheques on other linnlis  946,413 10
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Call and Shorl Date IxmnH In Canada	
cm rent Loans and Discount.-   md other as ets	
Bank Pn ml ioe and Office Furniture Winnipeg and Branches ..
Real r.   :,;,. other than  Hank Promisee	
Overdue Debts secured and unsecured (< tl mated loss provided  for    .-	
8,917,818 95
140,71 3 '.'7
8,884.806 39
353,678 03
16,480 Od
43,(12:: :'..
The Northern Crown Bank
Winnipeg, 3isl Decemh r, 1908
I
$18,148,820 2(
���.      R. CAMPBELL.
Vv       General Manager,
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. <URSDAY, MARCH   11, 1909.
TILE DAlLi KKWS.
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Pvir. SEVEN
The Daily News
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PHONES:
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business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the dav
The Daily News
is therefore the
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vertising public
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a/
Mews you can not be
well informed on the
news of the day.
Keep yourself posted
by reading ALL the
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The paper is delivered to all parts of
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last time, and is read
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they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
WM tXPERT OPINION ON
E0B0NT0N WATER SUPPLY
Well    Known    Engineers   Retained   to
Pass Judgment on Proposed
Schemes.
showing  Prince  Rupert  Harbor    and
i Iclnlty,
Copies i i ih, i ublioation ay be
had for the asking by applying to A.
K. Duff, 260 Portage Ave Winnipeg,
Man. **
Edison     heatre
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1  ���.... 'ch    iv    The    ..
C011i:: i .. leavonng to gi i
the ������ ���    . \ " : opinion upon the pro-
i'"Sl''1   wi . ply    for   Edmonton
������;u''     "i  In communication  with a
n'':': .; osi  v.:  oeers oi
iln   contli i n;
: .  ���   to arrive In the
' ���'    i* Cei il b. Smith of Toronto ana
u     ' .             .   ni,.. .    ...   ti,,
Ontario hydro-electrle
������ Mr. Smith has ass
in  sei I       c  and     ���.
thri       out the  Do-
mlnil n i entl      e. n  In Cai
Be ��� oui    .i    watei
���* i           ���    Mr.  Smith
"HI con *   Ed
monton.
Animated     Pictures     and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday. W.-dnes-;
day and Friday. Special matinee for;
ladies nnd children, Satujdays at 2:30'
pm.
Admission.  10c. Children,  5c.
F. L. KERR, Manag r.
���������������������������������������������������<'���*�����*������<
��
��� This is
the
HM0RB4C0.
always  have tg  special
in     lhe    way    of    BARGAINS.'
They invite you to come i.i and
look  around.  Stationei-.  Fancy
Goods, Toys. Crockery, Sporting
Goods, Combs, _M"ushe8, e ���
AT
MOREY'S
Oolumbla Street
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
8
-^Bws_^Rww?,'^^B_wiiw,^vstlQHp^^,,
: _j
_��I**_HP
l Opportunity
PRINCE  RUPERT���BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
j
In response to ninny enquiries rrom
all parts of the world with n gard to
the in �� Pacific coatl terminus of un
Grand rrunk Pacific railway, Prince
Rupert, i, comprehensive and Interest-
i | ami bit i. has been Issued giving
information respecting this great sea-
pori ef the Pacific   Tbe land acquit*.
l ed by tl,,. railway company for this
new city is _..000 acres for the purpose of tin' townsite and the development of ihe port. The firs! su division of the townsite will cover an area
Of a'out 2000 aires, and will be opon-
. id to the public and sold on or about
May l. i:-09.
The | indication contains a general
plan of the new townsite. and a large
Interesting map of the North Pacific
nv
���
'
Pacific   Coast
Tested Seeds
i       , Plant    I',
No windy ai ���>  you.
No dama ;e I om i.: n.  No
I, l.v. . ���    'ins. |,
YOU "PRESS  THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO  THE   REST.
EINRY'S
urseries
4    Offices,   Greenhouses   and   Seed
4    houses, 3010 Westminster  Road,
*    Vincouver, B.C.  Branch Nursery.
South Vancouver.
fyOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
auk  NOV,   ON SALS at    |
VI. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. ' GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
'THE  FAIR."  Columbia   Street.
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Public Market
Market  Clerk   D, ''   Mackenzie
Open 8 a. m, to 6 p.m. Fridays 7 a. m.
Pkonc   158
to
6p,
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing J
Healthy Hoi
for sale i
le-Grown Fruit Trees
t City Market by
ERASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Cooper
Bros/
BUTCHERS
Stall
Beef,
8llverdalo    ������"
Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Davies fe* Son
First-class   Cut    Flowers
Pot  Plants.
and
Monk's Stall
for
Fish   and   Came
H. I. Kc
en
Vegetables   and   Herbs
Highest  Qualil    and
Values. _
Westminster
Transfer Co.
in.ee 'Phone 18b.     nam 'Phone 13?*
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly    m -
any  part  ot tap city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   OEPOl
Notice.   ,
TaK, ,���.;., mat D. .1 McQuarrie, of
New Westminster, B ���'. occupation,
electric railway nlanagei Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following di Ibed lands In the district of Now   \\ estinni-l. r
Commencing al a post planted at
the      uthwesl    corner ui   lot    I BO
in in - . ast i" noi i'"' il , i mei of lot
1362, thence south to southwest corner
of lot 887, thence southerly, westerlj
ui.i noiiieriy to point of commence--
ment, containing 100 acres more jr
legB
DANtBL JOHN m.cu'ahiuk.
Per JOHN P, BAO0B,
Agent.
I��nted December 18th, 1808
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District.
District  of   Sayward.
Take notice that I, e. \v. Preston,
of Vancouver, occupation farmer, intend tO apply for permission Ui pur-
cbase the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted on
lhe north shore, of south Twin Island,
thence  following  the shore    easterly,
southerly,   westerly,    northerly   and
easterly  hack  to  point of    commencement, Inking in the whole island containing 2iii) acres more or lags.
('   W. PRESTON.
Dated Feb. -nd. 1909
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Royal
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COUPONS   AND   WIN   A   HAND80M | CHINA DINNER SET.
Kvery user of this famous bread flour has un equal chance to win
one of ten beautiful and costly 109-piece dinner sets that we are giving away each month.
Remember, a OOupon Is plaee,i in ^..^ jj-poOnd sack C- Koyal
Flour leaving our mills. The duplicate coupons are placed In a receptacle, and ten are drawn each month. The lucky numbers wiii bn
announced In this space lhe flrsn iRsue of eaci, D10nth. Gather all
the coupon, you can and oompare them with the winners ae announced each inontli. Your name may be among them. Do not let
thla ad. pass your eye each day. it niay announce that you have
won a handsome prize.
Full detail- of the contest on the back of each coupon. Prizes will
be shipped prepaid to any addreas on receipt of the duplicates of tho
coupons containing ti'e winning numbers.
ROYAL. STANDARD FLOUR |8 manufactured only by
| Vancouver Millinp & Grain Co., Ltd. I!
^^^H ������__________.
Vancouver, B. C.
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT.   1908.
WARNING  TO PURCHASERS.
Kvery assignment of the right ol s
South African VoluteeT entitled to ii
land grant must lie by way of appointment of n substitute nnd must !>e
in the form provided by the Act.
Special attention la called to Subsection !1 of Section 5 of the Volunteer
Bounty Act, 190S, which provides ihat
no assignment of the right of a volunteer by the appointment of a -'ub-
stltute shall be accepted or recognized
by the Department of tha Istcrlor
which is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for ths land
���rant Issued by the Minister of MJHtl.
and Defence in favor of the vohnteer.
,T. W. OftEENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lends. Ottawa.
Miiyij����L
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILf NEWS.
THURSOAV
MARCH ���
A TREMENDOUS
Money-
Saving
Opportunity
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* THE ���
Kant - Klog
SPRAYER
THE
Public Supply Store.
is simply selling" out |
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
Simple and strong. Made of
braes and galvanized iron.
This Is the Sprayer we sold last
year, and it gave good satisfac-
4 tion.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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JUDICIAL RULING
ON WOODMAN'S LIEN
As Logging Camp is Unit of
Production, All Engaged
Bene.it Under Act.
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
.7Tk_l      \.7t11      r>OT*f oinl .7 i nler-  New  Sca,e Williams  and  other
you win certainly makes> al80 one heantlful mahogany
profit by buying
from us.   We will
If mi we have Dominion,  N'ordhei-
player piano.
Sewing Machlni s Singer and
Wheeler & Wilson,
Talking Machines���Edison and Vic-
tor.
save vou money on ,':",; "r ' ,talkl��8 acW^'si!:;;
this ad. and - in lese to as, \\. will
nuiil mui each month a cati logue of
im cor'
our reduced prices.
These household ne
cessaries will never
be bought cheaper	
or better anywhere J|,e pears0��� Oettrk Co.
than at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
This Week Only
w
ARE  GIVING
10
liis Honor Judge Howay has handed down judgment in the cas. of Israel vs. Jamieson and Fraser River
Lumber Co., Ltd., un action for loggers' wages.
Plaintiff   sued   for   $210  alleged   to
he due from    defendants,    Jamieson, j
who was cutting logs    and the mill i
company   for whom ihey were  being j
cut.      The defence was that it  was j
not   actually  shown   Israel   had   han-
died the lops which had been claimed
for security.
Two Points at  Issue.
Ho says in part: "Two questions
arise in this action. First, (s the
plaintiff entitled to a lien under the
Woodman's Lien for Wages act, for
the work of himself, and team in
scraping earth for a dam to float
some of the logs in question? An- I
swering this his honor says, "A
woodman clearly has a lien for time
occupied in cutting a pry, or fixing a
cant-holt to bring the log to the water,
and why not for day work on a dam
to bring the water to the log? Dams
are often part of the ���driving" of a
stream. The lien Is given not for I
work on, hut for work in connection
with logs and timber.
The second question is whether the
plaintiff has ti lien in ptui of the logs
| got out in the month of July for the
whole of his wages for July.
Mr.  Pugh, for the defendants, the
Fraser River Lumber Company, Ltd., :
strongly contended that If till the logs
on which the plaintiff worked in July .
were   not   included   among   those on
which he claims a Hen here, he could ,
have no lien on the remaining logs.
for his whole July w.i^i s, but  Borne
appoMlonmenl  must  take place.
Protection for  Loggers.
Having pointed oui objections to
the literal reading of the statute the
judge continues: "I think the at t
muaj be read as a whole dealing with
a well known calling ns carried on
In this province, and hai Ing In \ lew
the ��� vl! aimed at, vi/.., that al common
law a woodman has uo H. a, as the
nature of his emploj in nl is lncom;
pati le with ������ tention of , o sslon, !
Th, construction contended for bj the
defendants makes the aci lllusorj id
Impractlca le; It transforms an ap-
eni reined*, into an at tual trap for the
unwary."
Whole Camp a   Unit.
in conclu il ,ii his holier says: "The ,
aci view- the logging    camp as the
ttnil bo    far as the    producl is concerned, and  ''a. li  individual  working
i' the camp has a lien on the output,
subjeel   in the terms nnd conditions
sei oui in the Bta'tute.     Although the :
lien given to WOOdmen In Ontario and
Manitoba is in language almost Identical with thai of our own tsatute, yet
I cannot find that this point has been !
discuss, d  in either province."
I hold   therefore   that the plaintiff
has ii lien undei the Woodman's Lien
for Wages act upon the lugs and tlm-
bei sei mn in the statement ol claim
Wir   ��� mid  Hon-.. Furnishing, Anna, of lien for $210 and costs.
tuiv  wiring  and   Motor  Repairing  a
Specialty.    Phone 331. P. 0.  Box 828 MacKenzie-Dowling.
I he wedding ti ok place yesterday
evening al the home of the bride,
I.iln i' land, of .lohn A, MiieKiir/ie. of
ibis city, io .ml-,a Elizabeth Dowllng,
oldi t daughter ol Oeorge Dowllng.
The bridesmaid was .Miss Annie Dowl-
Ine, sister of the bride, and A. i> Mac-
K'eiizle supported his brother, The
'���'���'������ tnonj wa.- performed by the Rev.
J. s. Henderson, am. rtie happy couple subsequently left ror Victoria, Mr.
nnd  Mrs.  MftcKensie will reside on
Acnes  street.
! Name
. :
j, H, Todd's Bio Music House
H
COLUMBIA  CT"E_-
(Succes oi's to T, Mi        y
Electric Wor]   i
BANK    OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,
Opposite Postoffice.
Dealers in tlectrical Machinery, Fixtures and Supplies
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  F-ont   St..  Opposite   Mnrket,   New
Westminster.
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
Should be consulted if you want to
.i i'- furniture or an auction conducted,
Live stock Implement auction held
\,i> Friday moi ning on Westmin ter
Mtnkei; und every Saturday mo ning
���ui Vancouver market,
Fn':'- splendid Incubators very cheap,
Three young fresh    cows, $30, $r.O
one ".''th calf, $70.
The health departmenl l�� having
busy times clearing up the winter's
accumulation of store sweepings and
oilier refuse from the business quarter.
per cent, off on all
Ladies'  and  Chil-11*" ?* "" ��� t
dren's White Wear. I:
NOW is the time to |
buy.
rosperity I
Bt< ���found a recipe for prosperity.
A. J. BIRTCM
"THE  WHITE  HOUSE"
I
275 Columbia Street
Wc have found the phllO-opnei
What is it?
Get Busy!!
The,.P nr(, opportunities for Investment,   opportunities for enterprise
all around you.
We have real estate pronosi lon    nblch will pay handsome dividends.   #
Why not Investigate?
lungs F.X Hart & Co. Ltd. chilliwack
New Westminster, B. C,
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W. S. Collister & Co.
TME STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WLiAR
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Spring Milllinery
Announcement
To every lady in New Westminster and vicinity we extend
a cordial invitation to visit our Spring Millinery Opening,
which takes place Wednesday, March 10th; Thursday.
March 11th, and following days. We place on displ
during these Opening Days the choicest and most stylish
array of Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear
Hats and Millinery Novelties. Those in charge have spare, i
no trouble to gather together ideas which clearly indicate
that our Millinery Department leads in correct style and
display. Our Millinery Section has been greatly improved
during the last few weeks. More light has been allowed
to find its way in, walls have been renovated and other
improvements made which make this department one
the most pleasant and attractive in British Columbia. We
make this Spring display in order that our customers may
become acquainted with this season's newest'styles, which
will be set forth in their most harmonious arrangement.
Plan to visit the season's Initial Millinery Display- WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
Take time to admire the many other Spring Novelties on
display throughout the store. Our store has never been as
full with new ranges of Spring Goods. LADIES' READY-
TO-WEAR GARMENTS, DRESS GOODS, WASH
GOODS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR NOVELTIES. TRIMMINGS. Etc., all herein quantities, qualities
and styles such as you can not find elsewhere. We have
every confidence in the reliability of our goods, and we
desire our customers to.feel the same way. You can become better acquainted with the values offered here In
examining our various lines. No trouble to show goods
or point out to you your advantage in buying here. Feel
free to look around during these display days.
:
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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