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I Recent  Undertakings.
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CITV POLICE VACANCIES
FILLED 111 COMMISSION
T... -  App< Ma..i    \ i  .tr. ...n   I,.
Complete Staff���No Ann''inH-r>'rnt
of Geiser's Successor,
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with pollci   appoim menl       I'll.      slg
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a mui r oi applications for po II Ion
on   [he   lore.'   i eeeii vl   the  111 ll'lll ll .11  ��� 'I
the conimissioiier:    11. McLeod ha vlng
also  left,  thefle  were  two  viicanole
which   wore   tilled  by  the  appoun nielli
if Ueorg. Mathi son, now acting torn
porarlly, and I >.-111 i>-1 McMs ter, toi
merlj a guard ai the li, C. -A'nlten
:iai > Arrangemenl -     have     bei n
.Han I   for   the approval ol   u     ".
>r in tlie office of Bcrgi an
Alderman  Carter Smith Introduced
.,   number   of    bj law   amendmenl
which  the commissioners  left   to  tho
police committee to tKeal with through
the council.
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TO TRY CHANNEL FLIIiHT
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an, meopathj were adopted ,"""1'1 ' "'  ""   '""^ '   "" "'
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I Ii.    W'al. r   i 'Inline .   a. I   \. ns   ' nil '111
.rod  In   committee,   hill  tho  mos!   of
: h.       . pl Ions   I 'ia'    '   Ittli     lip   wen-   lo I.I
ni,,    foi    fill 1 In -i    eole.iilel.o i'.ll
The loo ���   woi i> .ion.  in ill aw Ing up
tii,. mn afford ��� lhe leadei of the op
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 mny nasi    crroi    In  the old   "
, . ,i hi   .i bodily.
i a,   imii e weni Into committee on
ii,,. w ai... . ivi -     ..'   taking up i hi
mi,, whi rr H ban left ..ff at ib.. .if i
,    Ittlnx   namel     SI   loctlofl  11
\i;   \ia. v   ,v    ild   i'.i    iin   plani
i ,,i    the   llconsoi    wntt t-*
nnd    wotild     dlw i imlnntc
and in fnvoi ot com
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onerous
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  | thai b'k"- on the hmd or ,. .v i    |flCIAtl-T nprnsiFe: i mtn /
l,,     ��� longed to tlM cMtttr
Will   Be   Sent to   England   In   May   tc :      v(,     Kl|] ,,���   ..;il,|   that    Mr     Vla'd/m
. , barge irai unfair,      \s ro, tlM
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pean  Craft. land   dO-i   BW     vot,:-   to
| him.
Ha- t.tKirnih wai <���
Enter  ConttAt   With   the   Euro
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.      - on  ���h*  land which  ��� settler baa pft'd for-     ft* p**l a rlflji**
Kanrnorninwairi*;       pfOieSted
N.w York, March 8.���OUnn M ��� ��� amsrWttatmt that the cr<wi-
���In,   the  aeroplane   expert    of    FJam
moridsport, .V.  V., has arriwl  In   ''"'
York and announce.- -hat an Am-n' .,,,..:  9*  >" la  rhe art   proMgHni
nrophuM win be ttni to England to Uh. **tm to 'his respect.
May to try for on- of the two friz'"' T.-  offending  section  and  H.   Bfl
which have been offered for a ��uc ���.? secttoM were held over.
foi flight, aeros-, the English rharv When the   a-JOCM-M of power com-
Tbe craft will bfl In rharx'. t. J   �� , W*��   isi0��  wf,'ff"r    frtr   <��*** than
''ravel
ai the
P m ha
Um
Q  the   S'onif.
��� '. e body
-   md  Re^d.
*/.  are
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D. McCurdy and 9. VV. Baldwin, m����
bera of th- .v-iial Exp-rlment h
tton, who hav.-- recently bean  '
with   fir.  Ax--I  Oraham   ftell   t*
deck,  \. 8     T��i aeroplane t ���������
be ent. red will be nwd-W
pan of  rh- gflrer  D����      ���������   '-'
. . i re
-. Ifttfon,
������i��*r  purposes   came   up,   Mr.  MfM.
loni-M ag��'n    objeeted,    stating that
nt a radical rtepa.-tni-f. from the
-   in*t one. which in his opinion
va- wW dangerous
is a result, of this pintem fl,,een
WHStftMM stood ovnr.
The next debate was over the nr-c-
ons .leallng wiih ihe laying of ,p!p.u
Cipr l��nl,   Italian   Aqlt��t'o.   rVaiilS   Niri
Of.   6��f>   firi    fr'M"|��l��.
fnfit March I Slgftoi ''iprbini.
. ,.;.., .���".-,' I ...-' Is a mini faithful
'., bis principles. A few days ago he
d | rtsiUft farm tt ft-rif�� riotari
informing him thai (te had been |ert
,i teHHl-**J 'in e-tlUng at the notary's
office, sis-no fiprrani learned t-tdrf
a laily who had admired him greatly
had left him   CWO in her will.
"I refnue to accept It," replied the
veteran Socialist. "It wrmld he
aarainst my principles,"' and he walk-ad
out of the notary's office.
DKIAK IN WAI I It MAIN
LOSES HALF DAY'S SESVM2E
Wizard Burbank in Mexico.
Monterey, Mexico, March .1.���-I.uther
Bin-hank, who developed and perfected
the t.hornlAss cnetns, is now in Mexico,
making a study of the guayule nnd
pulque shrubs iieur V'lllureal, thiR
state.
P'pe   Lin.   R��ver>H   Near   We<t"-.n��t��r
Junellon���Rppsi'*' How Effe.tetl
nnd  HtHH-'trlrJ rilling
The city Itatei -'ipplv .vas rtttOr-
"i|.''-d In Us ocrvleo fr'on Lake C'o-
iiultlnm yest'-rds-* by s break in tn^
pipe line about thre. ,,.,ui Of n mib*
from \Yestnilnsf'-J* Innetlon. The
Mi'iiiilo was dlscoi'i red about 6 a.m.,
nnd Superlntende. of Waterworks
fitott was notified. Me weaX out and
found some trestle work over a creek
running Into lhe foqultlam river had
collapsed, lowering tho main into the
bed of the creel;. Returning to town
for repair materials, the superintendent went out again with his assls-
innr, W. Henderson, and they set matters right. Twelve hours' supply lout
was the result of 'he break. Water
Is now lion ins us usual into the three
r-'servoin,.
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and i.v.. Members of the crew.
The I'.ebt Ig 71 feel lonir, I. feet
beam, draw, a fee| 01 water and is Of
thirv five tons burden, and has been
well   pi-aVfBioh-d    for   Ihe    nip,   whicii
i      ��� *c,t( d  W last  four months.
BANK NOTE IN FOUR COLORS.
France   Leads   the  World   in   Artittic
Paper   Money.
I'n ris. March 8.���France's new bank
nolo will justify a term often appfIe<J
to th,-s, engravings: "a veritable ;>u
tnre." It Is to be printed In no fewer
than tour colors. The painter, _,uc-
Oliver Mason, has just finished the design. Hi-, picture is of a irroup rep-
resentlng labor and wisdom. Jn
colors this is expected to form one ol
th.- most beautiful bank notes the
I world has seen The denomination
[of the not., is .'.0 francs (flu).
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PAGE TWO
l'HE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
MARCH
4'%   ,
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE ONLT BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
FRUIT MEN WANT
MADE IH CANADA
COLD STORAGE PEANT fjLLElT
Conference Makes  Request
That Government and C.
.    P. R. Co-operate.
Bank of Motni;r<>rr
ESTABLISHED  1817. ^M|
CAPITAL    	
RESERVE   	
Branches  throughout Canada  and New found v,.
nd, New York. Chicago and Spokane, rj, g, A   a_(
$14,
11'000,000.00
1 "i bond,
�������������������������������������������������������������������������
i| Wanted -:- Lost -:- found i
: \ For Sale ���:��� To Rent -:��� Etc. I
-Smart youth as junior re-
EXPORTS OF CANADA AHEAD
Victoria, .March a.���liefore the con-
Ference of fruit men yesterday the
I question of cold storage came up for
Consideration. The fruit growers pro-
I l.ose that something be done by which
'tin   government and the C. P. R. co-
nc nucmniic vcidc 01,erate in arransins tor cold 8t0r"
Ur   flit V lUlJ   TlAI-0  :'S'' so as to avoid loss, especially with
sol'i fruits. This is still being discussed. Hon. R. G. Tatlow early
in the proceedings suggested that resolutions mit-ln be laid over for the
presenl to be handled by a special
committee so that the individual views
of the grower ini^ht be beard m\ Uie
marketing of fruit.
In-legal,. Campbell    announced thai
as a result of a conference with Mr,
Stout, manager of the Dominion  Kx-
McDon- Canada are substantially ahead of alljprea_ couipany) ,hp latter had prom.
Ottawa, March li.���A statemeni pre-
de-
WANTED
porter.      Must  be    willing worker, j Pared  by the trade and c nnerce
On.- with knowledge of typewriting partment of exports of Greai Britain,
preferred. Apply  Daily News, Front . l'nited   States    and     Canada     which
street office, after 7 p.m. .-bows that whilst the exports oi Greai
,   Britain and ths United states during
reductions
TO KENT���$15, six-room house, Royal   1908 showed consldera
avenue  and  Fourth   street;   modern11    ''������
conveniences.    Apply  J.  M
aid. 431   Agnes street.
WANTED���Modern suite of two or
three furnished rooms, within easy
walJi of postofflce. Apply Dally
News,  after 8  p.  tn.
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FOR SALE���Gasoline launch, IS feet;
new, with or without engine; cheap.
Apply Box 29, Daily News, or C. R.
Lindsay, Twelfth  street, City.
WANTED���By man and wife, bedroom
and board with private family. Address A. S., this office.
previous records,
Tbe  returns    are:     Greai
1906,  $1,827,799,978;        1907,
370,737;    1908,   $1,835,801,951.
l'nited States.    1906, $1,772
Britain,
$2,073,-
j 1907, $1,895,356,464;
1908,
," 16,021;
$1,728,.
668,188.
Canada     1906,    $238,746,322;
$238,015,557;    1908, $247,630,809.
1907,
WINN1PEGGERS ASTONISHED
AT BIG INSURANCE REBATES
Ised to pul at the disposal of the
growers facilities for handing soli
fruiis during the coming season as an
experiment,
Mr. John Robinson said a central
exi Iiiinge for growers was impossible.
Delegate Johnson said the cause of
downfall of the central exchanges was
the lack of confidence In them by
growers.
Delegate I'i tutor  thought  the  C.  P.
li.  might finance cold storage plants
and it could then be arranged to send
fruiis as needed, without the loss to
I sol'i   fruits  as  at   present.
PerfumeD
READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY
For making SOAP, softening wntcr. re.
moving old paint, disinfecting sinlis,
closets and drains and for many other
purposes. A can equals 20 lbs. Sol Soda.
Sold SvervWhtre.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
I Toronto, Ont. .
��le with  con ���   ,,;..,....
banking business  transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, avallal
the world.
Savings   Bank   Department���Deposits receivi
wards, and  Interest  allowed   al   3  per corn.  per
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,  G.
%- tit.
SHIM
S'n5|'��ItSol
Hi and
pi .
nt ratei
\\
��' BRYMNER, Ma���aqt
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
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Winnipeg, March ".���With the new
high-pressure system in operation the
different flre insurance offices are en
WANTED���A boy to work from 6 to
12 In the morning. Good pay. Apply this ofiiee Saturday between 12
and 12:30. gaged  putting throiign  the  rough re-
��� funds endorsements, although the new
-Position in office by young|rat_o roo��� nllW,QhoH  ,���,, ,,������,..-  -,,��� \
CARMEN SYLVA CALLS
FOR WAR ON CORSETS
WANTED-
lady   who understands   typewriting,
P. O. Box 573.
WANTED���Six or seven room cottage
or house to rent; close in. Apply
A.  Y.  P., Daily  News.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Ant.lli, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
.and Of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac , Oxford,, England, will give lessons In
singing and harmony.
Berlin,   March   li.���Bucharest   telegrams say that   Queen    Elizabeth of
Roumania, "Carmen   Sylva,"   has In-
were published two weeks ago. j kiated - crusade agalnBt COrsets. She
The refunds are without doubt reach-  has ls8ued a manifesto addressed to
, ing greater proportions than most of   th_   wome_  ,md   _,_,_   Qf   Europei  in
| the agents    anticipated.      The   very j whU.h   slu.  appeals Io   thom   t0  bov.
; volume of the refunds causes the pub- j col|   (he  .njurlou-  ,u.tjc]p o( dreSS
I lie to wonder just how much the ex-1    she points out that th_ corBet di..
| eessive rates of the past rears flgurea th, natUral beauty and innict3
' serious   injury on   the  health.      She
' asks     mothers    to  instill     into  their
daughters profound dislike of the cor-
Re ti part (30 acres) of the northeast
quarter  of  section   10,   township   19.
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of   ertl-
iicate of title number 11.0 1'..  Issued
in the name of James Long*,   v
tiled ill this office.
Notice is hereby given that I " '���'.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof
in a daily newspaper published iu the
City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C , Feb. 3rd, 1909.
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SEED
BREAD
GRAVEL
BIRD
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AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
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have men nt  to them.
EXTRAORDINARY STORY
OF CRUELTY TO DOG
s< I.
David Campbell,  of  South   Vancouver, was fimd $25 by Stipendiary Magistrate Alexander yesterdaj   morning
for an act of inhuman cruelty.     The
charge was laid by Charles I,. Bryan,
who  wa-  lib- owner of a dog.      This
dog allegedly  annoyed Campbell, an.',
in r< wv   he blew a hole in the dog
with a charga of salt fired from a shotgun.      Inn. ihe hole mad.
water to ..liable ihe salt i
the gaping wound.     The dog lingered
lu agony   for  eight   hours,  when   his
WADE, WHEA1-LER c- MLcQUARRIE I master found him and put an end to
(F. C. Wade, K. C. A. Whealler, W. ibis  suff -rings.      Tin-   magistrate   im-
G.   McQuarrie),   Solicitors,  Bands-1 posed a fine of $2.". and costs, $:;6.50
ters, etc. 42 Lome street, opposite j in all, including $5  for the dog.
courthouse,        New      Westminster, j  _
(Phone 143), and at  Vancouver.
HUDSON   SAY   LINE
SURVEYS FINISHED
TO RENT���One large furnished bed
room, near library, suitable for two
Also two small ones. Rent reasonable.    Apply 2S7 Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services required from 1 to C p.m. Mrs. Dr.
joues, Royal avenue.
PROFESSIONAL.
Winnipeg, March ;:. The greater
portion of the surveys of the Hudson
Bay railway has been completed. On
February I. 365 out of the total of 46*i
miles had been finished, and while no
dispatches have reached the head of-
he poured (j,.,. sine-, t is fell that another two
work into ��� .iV,...;^ wu| practioaIly finish the work.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies 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
Tmo   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,  Groce-
** .������M--MmM--1- -M--1"M"!"1"M.
4-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturers and Deattrt in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doon
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminitet |
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Trouble  at Glace  Bay.
j    Glaci  Bay, March S.���The discharge
. I of eighie.a   miners, members of   th.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-1 United Mine Workers of America, re-
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
t.-mizing.
4117. 48
B.  C.
(rinnii   i-   Fairley, phone
Flack   block,   Vancouver.
No Prizefighters for Victoria.
Victoria, March -.���That the police
commissioners should take steps to
put a stop to prizefighting in the city,
and only allow glove contests when
such ar:- _<-ld under the auspices of
recognized athletic organizations, and
ne purely amateur In character, was
the suggestion made by a deputation
from the Citizens' league which walked upon th   police commissioners
terday   afternoon. The commissioners
promised that no prlze-fighta would be
allowed In the city.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
| This is the    I
\ Opportunity x
eently. caused indignation among the
workers, with the result thai  a large
number left   tin-   Provincial  Working
j Men's association and joined the Mine
I Workers.      Several  BtO.mj     meeting!* ~	
j were held and now the majority of thi Late Archbishop's Estate.
in.ni have i.ft the provincial organiza-j    Toronto, March 3.���The late   \  in-
Uon and joined the international or   bishop Sweatman left aa estate valued
der.     The owners favored the provin-  al  $25,1    the largest, proportion of
dal association. | ,,   h, ,���,_,  ... ..... ,,|(1 C(,���-try.
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���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR nllklt SATISFIES
O.K PRICES ARE RIGHT
Kates on work of any de--.*
criptlon or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
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Daily Newt Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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Foreign  Drafts
We sell drafts at th.- lowest rates on all the principal
points in Great Britain, France, Germany, Ital.. and all othei
European countries, ul.-o on all part- of A la, Africa, Australia.
New Zealand and Mexico,
Bankers' money order.- -old, payable al par al anj -:
in Canada.
Collections made at the lowest  rate.-.
Tht
NOTICE.
Look over  Henry'a catalogue
and make out your order for
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Trees, Plants, Bee Supplies, etc,
No wind) agent a to anno) .vou.
No damage from fumigation. No
delay.- of customs'.
YOU  "PRESS  THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO  THE   REST.
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now TO  OPERATE  a moving picture machine at home.
How to rent oi buj a moving picture machine,
How to make big money al entertainments aud amusements.
How to obtain position, which pay $35 per week.
How to become a finished operator.
We give instructions thai are simple and Interesting.
w,. have the newest method of teaching by mail.
We send you on recelpl of $1.00 complete Instruction".
We teach operators how to pais all examination...
We represent the leading film exchange.
Remittances    to    Independent   Theatrical Exchange,   400401-403
Burke  Building. Seattle,  Wash.,
Offices,  Greenhouses  and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster  Road,
Vancouver, B.C.   Branch Nursery.
South  Vancouver.
���-��� ���= fwi 13 %/ 9 c_ x * Warden School of Operators -
n E- iN r% ���    5_> 1!, ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��� ��� �����'l
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IT   PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN   ���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's   Home  Paper.
Tak notice thai l, (.'. W. Preston,
of V incouver, B. C, farmer, iut-nd to
apply to the HonorabU t'hle: Commls.
sinner of Lands and Works for a
twent) one year grazing lease ou the
Ing described Uuid: Comtn -nc
Iiik at a iiost on the east shore oi
Zaj ind,  Port Simpson dH      t,
.��� mile  louth of the m< ith   ol
Lake ci k, tmiiie west across    thi
i to the shore, th.-nee following
ih- ho - northerly, easterly and
south to ihe ixiini. of commencement,
No, 2 lease.���Zayas island. Port
Sim ion district, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No. 1 ieasr,
thence west across the island to the
shore, thence following the shore
soutl -rly, easterly an 1 northely
1 und to the point of commences nt.
C. W. PRESTON
J i ���  28, L009.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
0*0"K>"K*0"K_*COaK)aK>��0'K>"K>^
Eastertrook  Milling Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50   "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie & Co "���"""AX1) SSvi:'^
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone3
A Little Good
makes a b g, hot Are ��H
of poor coal bi nda <"" ����� g,
mi.niiciil to"!
eni
at all.    It Is econ
our coal, been i
It is
m4
goes farthest, uiake�� m��s
leaves very little ash **%
no more per ton lW r
grades.    We deliver J ^
part of the city.
always.
to  IIS.
Telephone
vour
Trade Marks
Designs
Copvriohts Ac.
Jh.Ji.Z "���""tlnr BSkSUta ��nil -purrlptlnrt may
bS!S1T__*?-__!- ��"r "Klnlnn free wUiln-r so
'<mimnnl<_-
"ii I'litfluU
spstsnts.
io^V,lcV^Z'1":l''''ll'll-.HANt)B60l(
i ���, ,,  _ '"J""1 ��(tnn..�� for ii(.-irurlii|
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THE  DAILST  NEWS.
THURSOAY
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily Nines Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
c.irner of Sixth ami Front stre.-ts. Mew
Westminster, Ll. C.
E   A.  Paige Managing  Director
THURSDAY,  MARCH 4, 1909.
'IT.'
A- we predicted, Mr. J. D. Taylor is
putl ng Hon. George 1-iilus Foster,
M I'., in the shade in the matter of
filling the pages of the "Hansard," or,
ae the Hon. Mr. Aylesworth put it In
his well-merited rebuke of the member from New Westminster, "providing
matter for a newspaper controversy."
Thi business of the country should
lv ������ the attention of the house, and
it is of much more importance than
the introduction of garbled newspaper
i-a-pni i< seni out from Ottawa by the
member to be published in tb<' home
sheet with a double purpose of intersecting the patenl medicine advertise-
aents and tickling the palates of tho
..winy yei faithful and elect Conservatives.
If Mr. Taylor's effort to make Sir
Wilfrid Laurier and Ins cabinet stand
.. ound* was Intended also t<> help Mr.
. irke we think i' lias signally failed
I both Instances. The minister of
'.'-'ice, upon th..- llrst statement anil
request of Mr. Taylor, promised full
qformation and enquiry; so complete
ivas tin- statement made by the premier and Hon. Mr. Aylesworth that it
Involuntarily called forth the thanks
o. the member for this constituency,
iii'l we would have reasonably sup-
pos '1 the matter might have rested
mill the information had been furnished to the department, which Mr.
Bourke claimed he has "in his breast
locked up,'' although he was sworn to
rHi Hip whole truth at the Investigation. The demand thai Mr. ltourke
furnish all the information he has to
the minister of justice will commend
Iteelf to all falr-mlnued people, ana
Is In accord with the view held by Mr.
lylor's leader. Mr. Borden,    The in-
cident  has helped the house (o take
new   member's   measure  and   litis
-'.. wn Mr. Borden that if he lost some
Of his  refractory  crew at   the  genera]
'������''ions, the    constituency    of New
\.   'minster has  furnished   a  sample
thai will outweigh any two of the absentees, ami Mr. Borden will have his
ds full with this latest addition to
his unruly few.   With the records of |
ai.-a of scurrilous abuse and attacks
ipon an able and honest government ,
���.ltd its honored leader, preceding him :
ind on file in th. library of the house j
of commons, we could not hope for |
much, but we little thought that the
racing air of the  Fast  would  hav.-!
so  signally  failed   to  relieve   his  dyspepsia as to leave him open to a re-
urrence of the disease that so fully
ossessed hini when he occupied the
editorial chair.   The cltj  was relieved ���
- hen  he  lefl   and  another Ailed  bis |
'���lace,  but   it   fcrgot   that   at   Ottawa j
the constituency  would be judged  by
its  representative.     We ask  of   the
house to take a  lenient  view of his
^ase, and we extend to Mr. II. L. Bor- i
dn our sincerest sympathy.
Two years has been the    limit,    but
three is now projected.
Boards of Inquiry, such as exist under tho Alien acts in the old world
are set up,  with stringent  powers as
; to deportation of undesirables at port
Of   landing.
Tho bill makes provision for the
protection of immigrants from ue
employment agency sharks, who infest
.the principal towns in the middle
west, and send men oui  .,n  long rail-
��� way journeys to positions which hav.
already been filled, or probably never
existed save in the imagination of the
|agent, To regulate this cause roads:
"The Qovernor-ln-council may make
such regulations and impose such pen-
��� alties as are deemed expedient to
safeguard the interests of Immigrants
seeking employment from any companies, firms or persons carrying on
the   IniBlneSs  of intelligence office or
employment or labor agencies at any
place in Canada."
We think the ministers wil
to consider some of the can-
exacting them into law, r
not  resi rici ion Is  wanted.
do well
before
iiilatinn
NINETEEN   SPOKANE
TOWNSHIPS  GO   DRY
Spokane, March S.���Influenced to a
considerabflle extent by the strong
crusade  being made by leading busi-
I ness men of the city of Spokane In
favor of the local option bill, culminating in the recent powerful lobby
from the Power City at Olympia in the
interests of the local option bill nineteen    townships   of   Spokane county
: have   fallen  in   line   with  th   anti-sa-
i loon movement by going dry.
At   this rate the county outside of
I the city will before long be as dry
from a bibulous standpoint as the
desert  of Sahara.
ANNUAL BICKERING ON
IN EASTERN LACROSSE
Montreal. March 3.���The plotting
and counter plotting in lacrosse has
already started for the season, and it
Is said that Manager Querrie's attempt to get the unanimous consent
of the Montreal and Cornwall clubs
I.- the trip of the Tecumsehs to the
Pacific coast next summer, jn June.
I,, try to bring back the Minto cup,
has no' met with instantaneous success.
The Nationals,    for instance,  it   i
said,  will not enter into any promise
with  an>   club unless in  return  they
obtain  a   promise  that  they  will be
supported for the presidency next annual meeting.
Cornwall, it Is said, has another, the
desire for which they want a promise,
an I bo the usual caucusing is in full
tilt again. As to what Montreal and
the Shamrocks want no one knows as
yet.
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PHILLIPS,
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THE H
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m   'AEROBE
CL0THIER
%
EXTENSIVE  DISPLAY OF
Ch
oice
H
ams
AT THE
Central Meat Market!
18c ! NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FOR SPRim
| Corner Eighth St. ana    Fifth Aven..
PHONE   37a
BOWEL!. &  ODDy. proDnctorm
"GET  THE   HABIT."
AS
Fraser River Service
Blackstone
was io law, so is BLACKSTONE
ENVELOPE In the business. It
is the finest yet. SPECIAL TODAY
PER PACKAGE
Impeachment Proposed.
Montreal, March ::.���It  is stated lo-
locally  that a strong deputation representing all religious denominations
of this city will shortly go to Quebec
to demand  iln- Impeachment  of  Recorder   Duprls,     This    resulted    from
Dupuis'   recent   declaration   from   the
bench  advocating  the segregation of
disorderly  houses   and   the   admission
that keepers were told to come to the
I courthouse   und   pay   their   fines,   instead of warrants being served in the
i regular  way.   The committee  claims
I thai   Dupuis' action is in effect  an alteration of this law instead ol a  strict
administration of it.
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
cash  and  sell  for  same.
We  buy  f
NOTICE.
New Westminster  District.
Oistrict  of  New Westminster,
Take notice, that Harrit t Ford, of
Pitt Meadows, 15. C, occupation married lady, iutends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at ,a post
planted at the southeast corner of Lot
1020, thence west 20 chains, thence
south SO chains, :hence east 18 chain--
more or less to Agamenmon Channel,
thence northerly along the shore to
th.- point of commencement, containing 160 acre? more or less.
HARRIET FORD,
M   L, GORDON", Agent,
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SATURDAY.
at 8 a.m., calling at following points:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskin, Sllverdale, Mi.
Lehman, Matsqui, Mission, Hatzlc
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas ami
Chilliwack. Returning leaves Chilli.
wack on Wednesday, Friday, an 1 Sunday at 7 a.m, Excelh nt passi ng -
accomodation. Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN STEAMBOAT CO., Ui
R. Whitmore. Mgr.
New Westminstei
TENDERS WANTED.
Our stock of Men's Negligee and    Stiff-Boson     s, ,:
every way. comprising all the popular shade- L  ',,""'' :'' it
Brown, light and dark Blue, with   fancy  overche     or sti
have small spot or neat floral design.   The, ., j. t      '   MlDi'
brie and  French  Zephyr cloth, the good  wa , ,'"'"- aecani'
'���"'"���   Oar Pnces
are
$1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.50
Nobby Hats for Spring.
Vou will find here a large and Well select...!  . . . ,,..,,.  ������,    ���
.. -iiiing Hgi.
all  the latest styles and shapes  in Soft and
ing shades of Green, Light Fawn  and  Grey
have all the best English and American   mak.
most shrewd buyer.
.
The lea*.
lopular. we
1   lit %
$2.50 to $6.00
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  COLUMBIA ST.
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Tenders will bi received by the nn - j
dersigned up to March 6th, at 5 p.m.
for numbering all the houses in the
city, the numbering to be dine on the
block system. Tenderers to submit |
samples of figures to be used, and to
siate time for completion of tlie work,
The- lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
tV. A, DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
City  Hall,   New    Westminster. Feb,
18, 1909.
 I WATCH REPAIRS.
��� Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If
X so bring the watch to us and we will put it in good
I order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP,
X ACCURATE TIME.
j W. C. CHAMBERLIN  1Sl^J
J COLUMBIA   STR-ET.     NEW WESTMINSTER
* Sole agent for the Longlnes and Hamilton Watch M
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MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning   Paper.
CHOICE BEEF
THE  IMMIGRATION  LAW.
The bill which the minister of the
Interior, Hon. Frank Oliver, has pre-
pared 'o deal with Immigration, is of
the greatest Importance to the whole
of Canada, and particularly to thi wesi
b.ich stands to gain most  by the in-
.\ of new blood.
Various regulations which havi ben
tnbodled In orders-ln-counclj as clr-
ii Distances have deemed expedient
are now to receive enactment Into
'aw. and have the full force of statute
regulation. Among the features which
are so dealt with are the prohibition
of Immigration except bj direct Jour-
aey from the country of origin, nnd
the clause preventing immigration of
.���'ersons assisted by charitable insti-
tutidhs unless a permit is first secured
trom the superintendent of immigration.
The American law regarding Inspection of Immigrants at the border be-
Veen the two countries Is adopted.
Another suggestli u taken from Am-
���"���lean law is thai the steamship com-
any musl pa) the COBt bf hO-PUal
treatment tor a detained Immigrant
when the medical Inspector is of the
opinion that the company "failed   to
.��� rchse proper vigilance.
Not only ln tin.- Inn  in ninny  other ,
- sped.-i   ilie   Ani- rlcan   law   has   been
illowed,   though   we   think   the  con-
������tlttlnns will  I..-  ii vera unless latttute i
v  allowed   the  officers   carrying oui
he law. Ureal discretion is given
i .<��� minister, 'in no person can objeci
to the l xteivlon ' f the term during
which an undeslruble nm) be deported,,
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; Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
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* MEN'S   OX-BLOOD   BLUCHERS,  the
M looking- Shoe I hat ever came to'town, pair...
S3
The "Maximum
Shoe
$4.00
$4.50
$5.00
w
PER PAIR.
mum Make".
| Pacific Meat Market
. . . _S_: ^��
Phone 192
McMENEHY & ANDERSON      Columbia!
NOTICE.
P. n. Box :
���n
MEN'S  PATENT
LEATHER   BLUCHERS.   "Maxi-
$4.50
MEN'S  PATENT   LEATHER  BLUCHERS,   with K
Dull Kid Uppers and Patent Leather Facing, per W
$5.00 ��
swellest tfl
$4.5o m
pair.
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THE    "MAXIMUM"    IS    A    YOUNG
FELLOW'S   SHOE.     FOR   SALE   BY
P MEN'S OX-BLOOD OXFORDS, the most up-to-date |3
��j Shoe on the market, per pair $4.50 pg
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Of Application for Wharf and Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B. C.
I
Notice  is hereby   given  that  1   thej
undersigned, i_, .Merer, of the City of!
New   Westminster,   It.   C.,   Contractor, j
having applied to Ills Excellency the;
Oovornor-in-Council   for  the  approval;
of a certain site for the construction
of a wharf and marine slip situate oc
the north shore of Lulu island on the
North Ann of the Fraser River have
deposited   witn   tli"     Honorable     the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa I
plans  of   said  wharf  and     slip    way
whii li I  propose to construct on land
covered with water, lying north of and
adjoining sub lot L2 of lot "A" of lot
7."i7, group one, New Westminster District,  together  with  a description of
the proposed Bite dei cribed by iv te-
aml bounds;  and have ul Jo .'��� :>   .ted
a duplicate of each in the  office   ol
the  Registrar of  Deeds  for the   -aid
District of New Westminster, in w itch
District  the work Is proposa-d to    be
constructed;   in accordance  with  th-
requirements of Section    7    of    tin
"Navigable    Waters    Protection    Act.
Cop.  115, It. S. C, IHOfi.
Dale,] at   New   Westminster,  It.  C
this 30th day o.January, A. D. 1D09.
R MERCER,
Gasoline tngmej
We   Se'    the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Enginej
PALMER   [
BROS.TWO if
AND FOUR
���CYCLE
0A8OLINE
ENGINES
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I
l 1-. to 25 !��� v. '-' and ;
value on th-  marl  l   Enginem
! stock at
..Westminster.
Iron  Worn
JOHN  REID. Proprietor-
rentb Street,  ���   New
TENDERS.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST 3HOE HOU8E IN B. C.
Tenders wanted for Uicl. lavatory at
Central school, this city, plans and
specifications at the office- cf W. D.
Ooodfellow, architect, Dominion Trust
building. Lowest tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders must be
received by the undersigned not later
than 12, noon, of March 2nd, next.
R.   I.KNNIr-.
PYTHIAN
SKATING kfl
K.  OF   P. HAL-
Eighth  and  A.ne. Sire��"_
in io 12. ^
10,
_ tii"
sion  10c,  skates  wc.   0b ��   i
10 to Vi, school children       j
will be furnished skates for    ,
mutation tickets now "n sV
A 48-.
NEW
Eighth
Hours: Morning,
tliO to 5; evening, 7:30 W '
!5c.
NOTICE.
' consumers are reminded that ills-
count will only be allowed on gas bills
that aro paid at the Company's Office.
181 Columbia street.
NEW WE8TMINSTER GAS CO.
HEM10
Manufacturer
J.
Mineral Waters. ^|
Aerate- W*
Family trade �� ���P��l,l,v
NEW WESTMINSTER * mUM0#   IHAHCM  .   0OB
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ome
Tailored Suits
await your inspection bere.
.-- hei 1% shipment to hand of
Spring Soits and Covert Coats to I
a rj :. the already large showing.
7" watchword concerning these
suits might well be termed "Value
first and profit second.'"
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minion  flshnlg  regutatlona ar*helm "'"' <;,1-'i' f"'"' the -oiintj  t"'1
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For Post Card Collectors
OPENED���8000 large range, beantlfullj colored view* nt
'plea, Toweri, Amphitheatres, Cities, Claajlc Rome, Venice,
'<��. Naples, Napoli, Pompeii, Sorrento, Taormlna, Capri, Dres
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ADVIRIN    IN   llli     NIWS
MAKE YOUR DOLLARS
Int��i*urban  Line'.
I Vancouver ani   way
"111   run   <very   half
m   '-'0   a. m.    Last
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���    Vancouver at
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after, commencing al 8:_fl     'n
Sapperton   Lme:   Cai
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a. m.
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It's Important
To You
to have j '.in prescription Ailsd
accurately and bonesti) w-
make a apodal department 6f
this branch of oui buslneoR, nod
have adopted a system <>, cheek
Ing 'i 'bat no im** ak'-i can
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that .'.on hav��. thn rlgbl 'bin?
when dispensed at   mt   itoW.
''-- ,.-' the ,hie:h��'*t w.ikcj In
order (0 .-.'���mire tie- beat hfilp.
Bvtij department of our bnsl-
nts'i is up to da'f. FEi_c =Wp,
fresh stock, and in claim oor
average priees a -e the k.west'. |
We fill prescriptions for peOpl��|
���oo poor to ..av FTtRK.
CURTIS'
Everyon* NntWI ""w i.ai-l n || ��-. Ho if sometimea, but by buying
Whii   v-u  Pt(|UlM   ������'   tn-  li.w��-i  |.-��*!||? ra'i>* you Kan do it.
I will help ynu in =, Iflltll'ISl way if ynu place your flre and other
iiicii-n... with mi aa I can glV�� ynu the loweK-t rates in the city.
Whether It || you, ,1-. t- /-.i, buildings, your home, your furniture or
/������"��� llfl that you wish Ip hisiirr, I will guarantee te place it for you at a
lowr premium than others charge.
I write all kinds ef Insurance In and place it n Canadian companies
only, so that the ebst- la n"l ""ly ie��, but your money is helping to build
up home Institutions Instead ef going to swell the wealth o' foreign co--
porations.
All I ask Is that you give me the chance to quote you a rate and I am
satisfied  you   wlll   be convinced.
I��j* Co"-"nbl- Electric Ry. Co., UJ j      DRUG   STORE
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INSURANCE    BROKER
ARMSTRONG   BLOCK,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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THE  DAILY, NEWS.
THURSDAv
MARCH
Stricter Regulations
to Govern Immigration
Ottawa, March ,'!.���Hon. Frank Oli-
vi r'-s bill revising and consolidating
ibe v.irious laws with respect to immigration, which was introduced in
the commons in tentative form some
linio ago, has been printed and Clrcu-
luied in revised form. As has already
been explained, the bill is designed to
pin in more explicit and accessible
form the regulations now iu force respecting Immigration. One of the
most Important amendments is increasing from two to tnree years the
:ime limit within which deportations
at the expense of transportation com-
. jinnies may take place. It is further
provided that ihe time spent by any
immigrant in any prison or insane asylum shall not be counted in this requisite three-year period of domicile.
The order In council of lust year,
designed to prevent assist.-d immigration,  is  incorporated  in  the  new  act
by placing among tbe prohibited
class "immigrants whose passage to
Canada has been paid wholly or in
part by nny charitable organization or
out of public moneys."
At pons of entry there will be a
permanent hoard of enquiry, with, absolute jurisdiction In determining
what immigrants are, on arrival, subject to deportation ns being among
the prohibited class, or liable to become undesirable citizens of Canada.
The class is further specified as including any anarchist or suspected
member of any secret society, such ns
the Black Hand, the Mafia, the Highbinders, "or any other society which
attempts to control any resident of
Canada by force or threat of bodily
harm or blackmail.''
The regulations preventing the landing of stowaways are extended so as
to apply to tramps or hoboes who
come to Canada from the United
Slates conceal.il in freight trains.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Quicksilver Found In Saskatchewan.    I
I
Prince  Albert,    Sask.,    March  3.��� |
Quicksilver  has  been    discovered    a
hundred   miles down   the   river   from |
here.     Six   claims   wer..   filed   yester-
da;  at the Land Office.   The mercury
amis discovered  by Indians.
FORESTS OF CANADA. | who can  speak  with authority on the
  I subject,   must   wake   them   up   io the
Recent Estimates of Their Area Great- i necessity,  not   only of guarding  from
ly   Reduced. i fire and other enemies the forests they
Bight hundred million acres used to j now have, but of introducing rational
be accepted as the area of that part of | forestry management so ns to increase
Canada covered by for.-sts: two hun-j the growth of the forests and get from
dred million acres is the estimate of I them the largest amount of timber
the commercially valuable  forests as'they are capable of producing.
given by  Dr.  11.  ED.  Fernow,  head of  ���
ilio Faculty of Forestry at ihe University of Toronto; one hundred million acres, Dr, Judson F. Clark, of
Vancouver, B, ('., thinks, would cover
the "actual cutting area, thai Is, the
area on which ale found forests of
commercial value, as measured by
present-day logging standards,'' 1 his
figure including the areas bearing timber mi 11 able for pulpwood or saw tim-
bi r.
tloth Dr, Fernow and Dr. Clark are
well-know n authorities on forestry
subjects. The former is the author of
the well-known work. "The Economics
nt Forestry," which is practically the
only work in English treating comprehensively this aspect of tlie subject.
Dr. Clark has had extended experience
in foresi work in connection with the
l'. s. Forest Service, ami later a position which he resigned to go into
private business In  British Columbia,
here   he   has   bud   several   .ears'   ex-
. ,e of work iii the woods ther.
I-Vt ii long lime the people of Canada
quietly and  i omplacently    congratulating themselves thai    heir limber   supply   was   "inexhaustible."   Ks-
limates like the above, given  by men
Tenders for Shops  East of  Winnipeg.
St*aled tenders addressed to tbe undersigned and marked on tbe envelope
"Tender for Shops," will be received
at the office of lhe Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway at Ottawa until 1- o'clock noon, of the 10th
day of March, 1909, for the construction and erection complete, in accordance with the plans and specifications
of the Commlssidners of shops east
of Winnipeg.
Plan-, details and specifications
may be seen at the office of Mr. Hugh
U. Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa,
Out., and .VV. S. R. Poulin, district
engineer, Winnipeg, Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied by
the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to Mr. Hugh D.
Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa, Ont.
Each tend'��r must he signed an.l
sealed by all the parties to the tender.
and witnessed, and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered
Bank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the order of the Commissioners
of the Transcontinental Hallway for
the sum of one hundred thousand dollars  ($100,000).
The cheque deposited by  the    part
whose lender is accepted will  be dt
posited   to   lhe   credll   Of   lhe  Receive
G.-nerai of Canada as security for tii
dm- and faithful performance of th--
contract according to Its terms.
Cheques deposited by parties whose
tenders are reject ed will ho returned
within ten days after C:. signing of
the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
Or all i.-nders.
By order,
P. K.  RYAN,
Secretn -
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RAILWAY COMPANY
Con. .enclng January 1st tram for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m ;
train   for  Agasslz at  ii.42   p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
The Edison Theatre!
Corner Columbia and Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Syn^ls ol Canadian
filiations.
jor to C. B. FOSTER,
I     Asst. Genl. Pass.  Agt.
Vancou viir.
Telephone 54.
Wing Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
!   A_y available Dnmim0n_,
 , in the railway hei,,rC,'^
Wa, may be homesteaded by
P. O. Box 665  wh�� is the sole bead of a
any male over 18 years ot ul?',!1
extent of one-quarter Becll*J��tt-
m Brl����l�� ColJ
acres, more or leu
Entry must a.
It*
**-' I'trsonau,
uce lor
which the land is situate.
proxy may, how.
I the local land on,.,. for ^7 "
fid n,
Entry (,,
tain conditions by, ^ ^J
son, daughter, brother or ,\ilt,'
intending homesteader "
I   _Th��^n,esteaderisreqUrf,d
the condition* ..inner
with
| term the condition, tonnected .^
: Granite ware :
Just arrived���Full and complete stock C.ranitev/are, in all the very
newest d.vigns, and at thi lowest possible prices. Call in and inspect our stock; no trouble to -how same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
plans:
(1)
under    one   0. the
toliotiji
At least six montjjs' :.->.
upon and cultivation of the land I
each year for three years.
(2)   If the father (or mother ii a.
father is deceased i    0f   th,. '_     I
, -u"    tlOI...
steader resides upon S farm |��� J
vicinity of the land
entered for, u,
requirements as to residence'ma, i��I
satisfied by such person residing wlu
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler ha3 his ,*,_��
ent residence upon farming land oin
ed by him In the vicinity of his homi,
stead, the requirements   as   \ M���
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T'HF MALLEABLE DAWrp
. J1 jL -L/Iade in .south bend Ivril 1 UL
Six months' noth
In  Line With Canadas' Attitude.
.Melbourne, March 3.���The Commonwealth has decided to accept the
scheme for the formation of an Imperial Genera] Staff, with minor modifications, designed to give :!"��� Commonwealth cnii :��� i control of it- own
oflic rs.
Th.   Commissioners of the Transco
tinental Railway.
Dated al Ottawa. 30th January, 190-.".
Newspapers inserting this advertise-
m. nl without authority from the Commissioners will not be paid for it.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.     The   Mcrnlng   Paper.
HARDMAN & CO.
"-������ Sole Agents	
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J.   McCLUGAN.
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be given to the Commissioner of Do*
��� jinlon Lands at Ottawa of Intel   v;|
X ' apply for patent.
m      COAL.���Coal mining rights       ;.
I' leased for a period of twei
at an  annual rental of $i ,
Not    more    than 256 ;.
leased to one individual or i     .���,
A royalty at the rate of five ci     - |
ton shall he collected on   tin  metal
charitable coal mined.
w, v.*. coin
Deputy of the Mlnisti r   I ���
Statement  cf
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iH_-   NORTHERN   CROWN   BANK.
Result   of the Business  cf the  Bank  For the  Year
31st   December.    1908.
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
T  H
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Ended
E HOME
ihe   Paper  Th I   Prii
the     Home     N* v.
The     Daily    New*
10c   a   V,
REDUCTION   OF  TARIFF
ON  LUMBER   FIFTY   CENTS
\
mui. .     ien  bad  almo n   given  up
the  Hghl
i    cached bj   the hou -���   U ll.     and
in. .ins committee  to fix thi      itj     n
.  b   I imi.. r at $1.50 ]i
.     ��� dud ion   of   i0   ������  a
*i .    . ud       ai   he pres. n The
��� . .     H  . a  thous md  Is
.i , ..iv sslon to the ,|. mands made
'., ��� i - lumber, The figh ovi r 'his
schedule has been keener than over
an ��� ..���her ii. in in the new bill, not
... n  . v   ..un.; steel and Iron.
', bile th ��� Republican i . ra iers
.vi ��� ; oi unanimous in fixing the duty
al $1.50, 'hey agreed to .-iand by the
I':..'   la'W   rale  also   lias ' be  Sll|i-
' of a large ntimber of D       crats,
��� c ilai Ij fi mn the South, where the
Industry ha    grow n  Inimcns. I,   in  re-
<���- nl yeai s.
HEAVV  SNOW  TIES  UP
TRAFFIC   IN   BERLIN
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c-n^uni  n . . ntg       0,261   , 1
%*4b m m    1%****
Beef
ApproprI ��� . d .:      v ...
:' '���' ' -N '      - : aid 2nd. July,
Dividen I NTo .        .  |   2nd. J ���-       ���. rj
,$ 31,339 35
.    54.959  10
5132, i&..
$215,427
$  S6,29S
Berlin, March :: Berllu Is In the
t;ri|i of a blizzard, Snow fell heavily
throughout the nlghi and this morning
traffic was almost at a standstill, No
few. r than fifty persons have been ���������
rlously hurt by falling on the streets,
and a large number have received
slight injuries from lhe sunn, cause.
It has ben necessary to put many of
the city cabs on runners.
Mor.- than 16,000 of the unemployed
are today engag-d in clearing the
roadways. Empty trains were run
over the. elevated railroad all night
in order to keep the traffic open.
Trains from tho suburbs are many
.hours late today and tho mail trains
from Russia and the eastern provinces
are snowed up.
Ann Japanc.e  BUI Killed.
Hel<ma. Mout., Maroh lb���The Legislature was iu session until midnight.
After a hot fight ihe ciaiberg And-
Japanese bill, framed after the California measure, which would have prohibited 'he holding of Irmds bj Ori-
iiitals, was killed by a vote Otdti lo
22 in committee of the whole,
ice ca it of Profll   and   1.-
.ccounl    $129,128
GENERAL  STATEMENT.
31st  December.  1903.
LIABILITIES.
tal  Stoi . d  up)    $2,201.DCS
Resi   $ 50,000 00
-  .\rr<i-.tnt^_______%^\\\\\\\\\\\	
$170,128 88
Unclaimed Divl lends         203 10
Half-yearly dividend payable 2nd, January, 1909   ... 54.959 40
Note   of i!a   Bank in Circulation $1,688 800 00
Deposits ii"i  bearing Interest _;,.".06.701 all
Deposits bearing Intere.il    6,513,256 32
Balances due to other Banks In Canada        2,229 77
Balances duo to ..ther Banks and Agents   elsewhere than Canada and United   Kingdom   ,        1,712 19
4   234,291
$2,435,860
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.
$111,712.75:'
$13,1 IS,(',20 2D
SOLD BY
ASSETS,
Cold and Siiv.r Coin Current   .
Oovernmeni  Demand Notes  ...
.$   179,742 16
.  1,233,307 75
Deposit with Dominion Government required by
Act of Parliament for security ofge-nora]
Hank note Circulation   	
Due by Agents and othi-r Banks in Canada
Duo by Ag.nis and other Banks in (heat Britain
Due by Agent* and other Banks clseivftere   than
in Canada and tho l'nited Kingdom
Dominion and Provincial Government.Securities
Canadian Municipal &. Foreign Public.Securities
Railway and other Bonds  Debenture.- and Stocks.
Notes of and Cheques on other Bank-..
1.413,049 bl
76,000 00
399,603 70
34,004 81
219,974 47
165,000 00
234,198 73
842,594 14
946,143 10
Call aud Short Date Loans in Canada	
Current Loans and Discounts and oth. r assets ....
Hank Premises and Office Furniture Winnipeg and Branches .
Real Estate other than Bank Premises	
Overdue net,,. ,.���oured and ungeo_red (estimated los'sprovW-
ed for  ���	
2,917,818 95
140,713 97
8,264.305 39
353,678 03
15,430 00
43,623 95
The Northern Crown Bank
Winnipeg 3i��t December, 1908.
'^������������V1'
$13,148,620 20
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John Feh   12 and 26.    Cnil foi
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HID. OOULET.
Agent.
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PAG!! ETG '.T
THE  DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
' "ARCH 4, %
Once More
we wish to bring* before the
public of New^ Westminster
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these unsurpassed bargains.:. X
Just glance over the follow-'
ing prices and see how much
you might  save by CASHj
BUYING.
Raymond Flour, per barrel  .   ...$6.25 J J
Raymond  Flour,  per sack $1-65  T
if
100 lbs. II. C. Granulated Sugar, $5.75 ���
Tree    I
Spray
A SOLUTION OF LIME A
SULPHUR.
ENDORSED  BY  THE  PRO-
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VINCIAL       INSPECTOR
FRUIT  PESTS.
SOLD BY
OF
20   lh. sack  Granulated  Sugar   ..$1.15
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.". lb. tin (ioklen West Baking Powder
ror 85c;
1  1 i. tin Golden West Halving Powder1
lor    20c
: Anderson & \
Lusby      |
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SPLENDID COSTUMES IN
"A STUBBORN GINDERELU"
Display of  Dainty   Drapery   Delighted
Playgoers  Present at  Pretty  Performance���Many Song Hits.
.'J   fins of  fresh   Herring  for   . .
3  Ik ttles of Pickles for	
5 tin.s of ihe very best Salmon for 26(
*||   Columbia Street   J
Patrons of ihe opera house were
promised a special treat by the management for the performance of "A
Stubborn Cinderella," and they certainly received all that was coming
to them. The production was not only
well staged, well costumed and well
supplied wiih musical numbers, but
also tho actors and actresses seemed
to put their whole hearts into their
work, with the result that Uie play
went with tbat swing and vim which
pleases and acts like a charm on artists and audience.
The wardrobe management possessed
that skill of costuming which allowed
a generous display of dainty drapery
and rounded limbs without any undue
vulgarity; tlie dancing girls were decidedly graceful and skillful in tho execution of ilieir many and various ev-
..' lb. sack of the choicest .lapan Ric
fop	
S packages of Force for	
3 packages of Poultry Food..   .
1 bottle of Red Cabbage onlj
j   tin of Cambridge Wafers tor
: Ib. boxes of first-class Tea for. ,$1.00
Victoria Cross Tea only. )H?r lb...40c
7 ['a. tin Robertson Marmalade for 85c
: )b. tii; Robertson Marmalade for 50c
-' lb  tin Robertson Marmalade for 25c
0c I ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� of the individuals, Homer B. Mason as "Mac" was decidenly the hit,
but Jack Raffaei as the gruff but ge-
Fair Piano Players
Goods of the
I
who are really
and   criticisms
,lr :n tneir Judgments
��� tow    ihe   highest
ttiiln rtson -i'ii)/ in jars only, each 20c   prais    upon our pianos on account of
j their  excellent  ton    and   touch.    We
P��r are shovsring -     ���   =pl n lid new instru-
���   by   the   '" -    in ikers,     At   the
K.ttiBg   or
It)	
drinking    I'hoeolai.-,
mi nt
tins ni' He,-sliced Pineapple for 25c11 r'c  -
...  veritable liar-
���  lbs. of the  best   Raisin-   for
Finnan  Haddie only* per lb.
Th
If v i   *!!1 do us the favor to
i"e
"    ��� ��� -i ��� ;���" i v ou hare really
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.1   yon
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We   make   a
md  tuning,
"   ���''���'���  !"'i-t   Worci   tershire   Sam-..
only   per   bottle   ...    . SEWING  MACHINES AND TALKING
'Th:* sauce i-  eq    . machines.
"   :;-   he market today.
nial   Scotch officer  iu   the   regulation
kilts ran him close for second place.
Grace Edmond. as Lady Leslie, ' l'he
Stubborn    Cinderella,''    displayed    a
charming   voice,  ami    her   somewhat
difficult   role   was    well    carried    out.
'Lincoln Plumer   ("Pat"),   Harry  Paul
' I'Skeeter"),   Claire  Noelke   ("Sallvi.
and Kthel Dovey as "Lois." as well ..
'"'Ihe Evil Spirit," all pleased in their
. different method.**, and what with such
songs as "What's the Use?" by Ala-  jes
son,   "When   You   Kiss   the   Last   Girl
Vou Love," by Grace Edmond .and the
other numerous solos with chorus effects,  t.lie  audience  must   have   been
hard   to  please  if ihey  were not   well
satisfied.   All the choruses were gievn
In a hearty manner and with unusual
distinction of vocalism, allowing oven
those  at   the  back  of  the   house    to
hear  and   understand   all    'hat    was
5ting.
Tb.. whole casi  numbered some 7"
��� ople,   b ho  divided   their   pal roi ag
bei ween the Hotel Russell, the '���'
sor and the Colonial Hotel.
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Canni d  Ra     t, only,
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-   BRITISH COLUMBIA 38,258
COLUMBIA   STREET.
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PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD  FELLOWS   BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,   Prop.
m:\v and splendid
.s80rtment of
Linens for
Embroidery
.-entres and doilies in all
sizes, in both white and
l.rown linens.
L
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
IREQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard'Block, New Westminster.
0 tawa,  March 3.    In lhe conn
afternoon, Mr. I (livi i. i   |>1> li
th   inimbi :  .,;
! orientals in British Colum la, on Ji
,a ,   in last  was 38.258, of thei
229  were Ch n    .., 5131   Hindus        i
15.S48    Japanese,     The    iiinii!,..
i Orientals who  had been    naturalized
.- as  7442.     During January the total
, an ivals of < )i i-'iiials were 55.
Cushion tops in all the new
embroidery designs,
Gook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323   F-*ont   St..   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster.
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
.-'hould be consulted if you wain i.i
m p furniture or an auction conducted,
Live Stock Implement auction held
��� very Friday morning ou Westminster
Miuket; and every Saturday morning
on Vancouver market.
Fo-:- splendid incubators very cheap.
Ihicp young fresh cows, $30, $50
i.n.c v'lh  ealf, $70.
American squadron
to attend a.-y. p. fair
Washington,  I>. <'.  Mai ch I he
secretary of the navy today notlfli i
Senator Piles thai the department h.-a
ordered the fust Bquadron of the Pacific Meet io proceed to Seattle for the
opening of the Alaska-Yukon-Paciilc
exposition. The squad  Is composed of "ight armored cruisers. The
els will arrive June 1 and are to
be under orders of departure for June
8. The secretary, In his letter, however, says thai Hi.. Bquadron will prob-
a  i.  ii.- ordered hack in Seattle later
In  lin    .amine.'.
Austrians   Rescued   From   Tunnel.
Innsbruck Australia, March ���". The
detachmenl of six officers and twenty-
five in. ii of the Austrian army whii
were reported to have been overwhelmed by an avalanche near La
Fianu yesterday, have been rescued.
They Were found in a tunnel, The
tunnel was covered wR-h snow.
We have the Corticelli silks
In Roman and Filo, also a
full range of peri lustre,
lustered cotton, coronation i!
cords and the new braids so
much  in  vogue now.
CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU
A. J. BIRTCH
"THE  WHITE   HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
������������������<
Westminster Can
Not Stand Still
.n 1909, when all eyes aro on the development of the I'acilie
Slop.-. There is something doing , ,. ; where, and live happenings
right   here  in Westminster.     We  have a  number  of   good   buys
which will make you money before  the   season   is   over.     Drop
Into this office today and talk it over.
i&Bm F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. ""ui��
New Westminster, B. C,
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Best Qualities
KEEP POURING INTO THE STORE.
The new goods which find their way into this store
are selected with a view towards having the best that
we can for the money. This store's reputation for
high quality goods will not suffer by our purchases
for this Spring's business. We have never had a
larger selection or better values to offer. You are at
perfect  liberty to investigate the  many offerings
throughout the store.
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Another Lot of
Ladies' Spring
Costumes
JUST RECEIVED
20 New Suits :- ceived bj i s
press. Among these are some
of the liiiest Suits which we
have seen for BOme time. La-i
week we placed on ale a range
Of Chs-Iiii,. re- qi $15.75, which
proved a greai success, The
new loi |ust arrived brought an-
othi r rangi of cloths made up
ni the anie style. All Blzes
now ii) stock       $15.75 EACH.
EXCELLENT    CHOICE   CF     BROAD
CLOTH   SUITS  FROM  $22 TO $40.
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Complete New
Stock of Ladies'
White Cotton
Underwear
V'li'.-ii Hud el. in. direct from the
manufacturers. . Ladies' Night
Oresseb, Drawers, Corset Covers, Underskirts. Chemises, etc.
i.n [lish Longcloths, Cambi Ic
and Nainsooks of wu lou qu ill-
are used, and all garments
a ,��� nice)) iriiiiini'il with new
de i-n in Sw li s Embroider*,
and Insertions of lin.- Torchon
Laces; We wil] have more '"
Bay aboul these garments trom
linie in lillie. At pr. sent W.
Invite you to i li it the Ready-to
\\e.ar Department, where you
can Bee the Whltewear Stuck
and make your Belectlpn while
ih.. Btock i- fresh and clean
Heatherbloom
Underskirts
in New Styles
Heatherbloom  Duchesse  Underskirts have proven so popular
in Tn- past iliai the announce
rn. in of new styk-s will be of
Interest to all well dressed wo
nun. Garments made from
Heatherbloom materials can be
depended upon to w.-ar well and
retain the silky appearance and
rustle peculiar to the new gai'*
m. tils. These underskirts are
now hen- In new light and dark
stripes, all plain colors .and
white.
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Heatherbloom
Taffeta
:
h.    ,*ai ,i   on   sale   In
Di        Good    Section   In  Mack.
.\'avv.  Oreen, Brown,  Sky ani
0  . 60c  PER  YARD.
Madapolain's Lawns
and Nainsooks
SPECIAL     LOT     AT
YARDS  FOR  $1.00,
SIX
-.".   pieces   and   36   and   1" n
lawns,   hi  ami   42-inch   Mada
polalns and  .Nainsooks of    flue.
even,   close-weave, Buital le   Foi
ladles' and children's undergai
mi n's    of    every    description.
Th..-.. materials are of the  i
English make, free from dre
Ing, -n j i" new and  vi ry   ���
viceable to  wear.    Usual  pric
i, 20c     OUR  SPECIAL PRICE.
6 YARDS  FOR $1.00.
Ladies' Pad Hose
Supporters
25c PER  PAIR.
0 dozen Ladies' Mack nnd Col
ori-a Pad Front Hose Supporters, also a range of superior
quality suspenders without pf"i
front, having wide elastic, extra
strong. Regular values 35c a"'-
40c.     ON SALE 25c PER PAIR
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W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE POR WOMEN'S WEAR
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