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FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
/" ,,-j LeftislatiV6
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LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
26C * 'umbia St.   Phone 85.
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UMBER 1��-
NEW WESTMINSTER, 13. C, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 11)09. ,     *v
|r MANAGEMENT
ARRANGED EOR YEAR
LIBERAL LEADER
ON EXPENDITURE.
Convict Who Accompanied
Bill Miner in His Escape
Caught at Mount Vernon
M,'\it 1 -
**��� ���_.
SPORT Gt KINGS
'Of?
6/ \\    FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
I STRIDE IS
MADE IN PHYSIC
l^sor to Be Trained as J.  A. Macdonald Calls At-        After enjoying liberty#or over eighteen months, J.W
istant     Horse   Show     tention   to   Diiference   in j Clark, a convict who escaped from the B. C. Penitentiary
r] Advertising Discussed
.11..
meetlng  of the board  ol
 i   -gricultural and
w.   .....   held yesterday,
.,,.,   , ni   president   T.   J.
ii.   ii.  iti* inner,   W.
,���    \   welsh, Nels  Nelson,
ll    \   Li-wls,    inembera of     the
. \ ic.  President A. C.
:   \  .-aii ir,.-', and the man
,v. ii. Keary,
i In as was to deal
ia-  v   - -iguatlon       Ai
���rii of control ;li"
,. i!    . main  on    during  the
later will have the
,.    who   will   I..-  in
.. follow  him next year if
.,  the    d.ectois.      The
idve   ;.   for such an  offl-
i
,u>
Cool  Fruit  Chamber.
oughl  up the qu.    Ion
QnmB Vni-aA n.d c im company with Bill Miner,  W. J, Wood and A. F. Mc-
bums Voted and Spent.     jcluskey orf A       fc 8( 1907> wa? recaptured on Thursday
j afternoon at Mount Vernon, Wash.,  where he had been
Victoria, li. C. Feb. 26.���The house | ^V'nS ^0r some time.
wem im., committee on supply tins.        Deputy Warden Carroll left for the south yesterday
>ng debate was in-1 morning to identify the prisoner,  who was being held by
of |2o,  for the sheriff of the county as a suspect.    A message was re-
Modern  Race Track to Be Cheap Substance Discovered
Built in Westminster Dis-'    That Will Replace Radium
trict���Tinhorns Barred.
afternoon.      A
dulged in ..ii the vote
ction of game, the item beagj ceived here later in the day that Carroll   had identified
eventually passed, as ��-ei] a. aii the|Clark_as the escaped convict and would return with him,
ma a  el     male.-.
Too   Much   Executive.
During a discussion on
probably on the night G.N.R. train.
The couple, however,  did not return last night,  the
ii.n- departure having apparently been delayed.   It was im
Vancouvei',   Feb
eelrs work   wil]
26     Inside of two
i eminence on  ih"
Is Called Radia Thor.
New     Orleans,    Feb.    26.���At    last
i-lnv session oi ihe Southern Horn-
building of ,a  modern  race  nack on   e��paUiic   Medical   association,   Dr.  E.
II.   Bailey,  of the  lialieinann  Medica
... ���-���-.  Chicago,  announced   the  dis-
coverj   oi   ' radla   thor,"    declared   t<
have all the properties of radium n th*
The objects of the association arc to    v   ts   lanefu] effects, and to be within.-:, r all classes of clean  racing. 'n   ''','   reach  of  people  of  moderat.
The name of i      i  behind the en-  :",i,n"       u   was discovered as being
��� "���'! le fn in a certain species of pitch
blende,  of which   twentj
Lulu island. The organization behind
this enterprise Is known as the British
Columbia   Thoroughl rvi    association.
terprlse wil]  be given out In a week
tan items, j. a. .Macdonald protested possible to communicate with the authorities at Mount
';: ���,i"i"r'""r;,si,1,"",,:'"-1 HVerron after the train reached this city,  so that it is at or two, and m-the   meantime 11 is ';       ';. VTn T'ri T T-
thi     xecutive ot  iho  government,  af !               _ ���               i i                       v   _i         /,i     i         -n                  ,    , '   " '   -.".ved near a Colorado mine,
terward .ailing on the supporter, foi   ljreSenf impossible to Say Whether   Clark   Will   Consent   tO | known these names include some of the wiih much more insight.     Dr. Bailey
ratification more especially when thu ?ross tile boundary line or if he will fight extradition.    He
applied   o an expenditme of   ..ui.iie[is an American citizen.
��� -.    1 le seierelj   -v.ied the
.   vv ni for the large increase
At the time Clark escaped from the penitentiary, he i:1 " u�� association is $225,000. one innthe0tr,f tme��' u,f '""""
��� ���-_      _ .1 r.     n -,' .    .      _ ,., ,  . ,, Dr. Bailey said that onlj
hundred and fifty thousand dollar- v, ,
promlneni and best  known men   leclar. l thai  it generates ihe purple
in   British Columbia.    The capitallza-  ra>- which Finsen used so successfully
$225
' -men tor tne large increase ... _e wag ser-vjng a three year sentence for forgery, having been
expenditures  over  tn.-  amounts  \..t"di ���   ,     ���   '     \T ���   ** tt-     . if?   _ 'i    1    ���
last year, instancing mo,e particularly I convicted at NaTiaimo.    Hi_ term would  have ended in
efor  ridges. June, 1909, not allowing torgood conduct reduction,    He
is ab iut 35 years of age. For some time he was connected
with the Westminster pohce force, having been assigned
to special duty during tne exhibition of 19   .
Warden J. C. Brown,  spoken to by the News early
.vi utiiall..  .ill   the       ippl ni 'litary
foi   cold storage   ol '     were passed,
pears,  peaches  and Bills   Reported   and   Adopted.
!  for    exhibition  pur       The Coun of \ -: i     ..  m u
.el    a offered a room  bill    ilie   Highwai   Traffic  Itegulation
. _,..     ,.     ,.   ime_   fn(   MIIi and   tlle Coal yesterday evening, evaded afreet questions bearing on the
. ... The matter Mine  Regulation aci uniendmeni bill capture of Clark, but was finally drawn into an admission,
committee consist   ,,    reported and adopted, nfter half an  hour's tactful  interviewing,  that Deputy
���    and   Nelson,       rhe  Placer Mining aci  amendment Warden ('"arroll had gone SOllth t.O identify   the   mail   im-
��� !,  power to act. bill ami  the  Reformatory act amend- rjgf arrest
/'attractions. i..'ni  bill were both read a third time
i, : Hug of    Presl and    assed      1 he Jurors tiei aim n i-
m mi, ,,a  . ,     0Ugh conimittee, tnontie.s that Bill .Miner ami  \\ oods  are at present in
Farmers'  Institute and  t'orpo-. Australia.
.'    ,i aci  amendment . .1       ad a	
me, i n i-.i nir-nr   in   .,,>
Timber Bill Adjourned.
'i Iii  Tlmbi r Munufai tin ad
-   COMPLAINS BF G.N.R. TRACK    M\ GO BACK TO TEXAS
v. ni   bill,  v. hlch came up roi  second
11 ading   .\ ei i   adjourned,
j  , tl Th. i     Ijburned al . b'clocl
t  in til    publl. Itj Thursday's  Sitting.
,    ,,   fourth       Thi   ��h ile time of the  hous
l e spenl   in  preparing the track and
Fuither  Details.
mini
ed io        ig in a  re
 -   :    orsi   show
... -   cost,
i In     atti ai
v.;.   discussed
.: .I ��� .   In   mi ������'
Clark is said to have informed the Mount Vernon au-
P
HAZLEMERE RESIDENT       [INSURANCE COMPANIES
within the
have his experiments reach-
V2 ��� w here he feels lustifled in
nec '' building . ml of whrli.it is makin- )mjj!if. announcemen| of .,,..
intici] ati tl,  will u I*   by June  l    i   ,.,,., .
or thereabouts. 	
'l lie  sii uatii n    of  the i rack  is on
Lulu Island      ction ocli 5, north
;:,.   ..   west,  dis : cl    if  New  West-      Chicago   Feb   26.���Dr,  K.  ll.
minster.     The propertj  contains  160  '��� ���'���'   "'  ';"-  Hahemann    Me.lira: col
aci-es, and  negotiations are now com-     -      '������'-������   gave  out   further  detail*
pleted for its purchase.     It is half a   ,; j   '���"r> '"' ",:"li:l thor" "which
mile from the Bburne bridge, and ar- was made public at New Orleans ye,
rangements   ire being made with the tei -'    E  s. Bailey. ,
B. C   E. H. company for a reasonable      "One   ol   our   most   curious   e_.per.
���      ii fare during the racing season.  n ,!"   new substance," said
Tii.   run out    there    occupies twent]   " niar,   "was   the takng oi a
minu i Iirough   a   v   i ���    lid,   on
Th.   track  will    i e a mile nn I an       " rad a    thor had
eighth   .    h two straight shoots, which     '' '       powerful   rays  of this
is a decidedly modern and convenient   ' '    'i'1"   Hgbl     to   pass
Innovation. i the Iron ] late,  thug  i ���
The nu.ii who will build the track I ���'1| of a number of pen-
Advertising.
rhe   ..-.        ii   of  i in-  house   yes
rrangements ''iday was taken up with committee
���
���
li Uarly with   "!l   -':'' 'l'-'-- :|i'l""' riations, g. n
I ihi     '.   5   iv exposition, erally  speaking,  are larger this  year
i ...a   laid on the table.        ;,l',n    '���'"''        '''''    appropriations for
|    .. ...   from the proprietors of  ;'""'" and  ll:'iis ln the constituencies
i periodical to advertise In on v''n' luver isl:,,lu show n total In-
i  Ion,
Conditions of  Roadbed  Between  We
nnnster and   Boundary   Brought
Before  Commission,
v
C. Allen,  ivho bulll  the Belmont park,  ���' I othei   articles on  the op ���
Sai u iga,  Ingli e i    and  Santa  Anita      i   -i(i''
pitch blende, bul  wltl
Passage   of   ^vestment  Law   in   Lone' van,  that   lli.y  will ,'   i'i mingled Others whot
ail.ii.   no   tinhorn    gamblers   on the names i   | .  ... care to disclose al this
ground.     They state thai  the names
f  the    in. ii     behind    the  enterprise Rare  Elements.
Star  State  May Win Back Funis
Which   Withdrew.
niiniied  on   Page   Six. i
'   '��� a. tails  of  which
������In ad*   been published, was laid
for further . onsideratlon,
.'.'..;::' :t:,,:z Washington shingle mills
' menl
TO CLOSE INDEFINITELY
AS  HE   LOOKS
TO  ROOSEVELT'S  EYE
I
Mould not allow of undeslred conduct.I
Austin,
!,|n. Feb, 26.- The remark-
If. ,'inire of the inaugural souvenir
Id by the committee in charge of
Ifiaiigural ceremonies is a <bio-
(Ical .-.ketch of President-elect
Iby Presideni Rooseveli. It has
puliar significance in view of the
|r* that friction existed between
Iivell and Taft. The keynote of
pn-'Sident's sketch may bf found
���word5: "No man of hotter
f- no min of more danntleRs
pK��. of more common sense and
r character has "Ver come to the
ld'"ey     than    William      Howard
Bellingham   Meeting   of Manufacturers
Unanimously  Decides to Continue
Shutdown Begun Jan.  1.
Belllngham, Fab. 20.���The Bhlngle
mills of Northwest Washington will
���-.���main closed Indefinitely.
Al a meeting of the Northwest
Grading association, held here last
night, representatives of 103 mills in
Whatcom, Skagit and Snohomish
counties unanimously decided to con-
tinn.- .lie shut down which commenced
January 1 last.
(.' unpla ni lias been made bj li. T.
i unl u hei b   iboui  the O. N. K-, In.suranc,
I |ia--iii- ill rough Surrey, not  providing
��� ��� i: . facilities for passengers and
i proa i tli n aain-i Bre. i he case
came on before the tallway commissioners in i'unoouyer on Tlmr-day and
( nairman Mabee promised If the commissioners had jurisdiction, better facilities -hould in- provided.
.Mr. Thrift, of Hazelmere, complained of the Impossibility of securing redress for grievances. "When
we appeal to the Dominion government the t'r.at Northern worms out
of ii bj Baying that it has a provincial charter, and if we turn to the
provincial    government    for   redress.
.exa . v . 26. With the
Investment law, which
pass ' .ui second and i mil i ��� adlng In
the Texas legi-l���rn ��� .... lay, in effect, it is pn I. ; .��� tbat many of the
larger I isu unci companies which recently withdrew from the state will
return. 'I h ��� bill provides that the
companies shall Invesi T.'i per cent, of
their reserve-, on Texas policies in
numerated Texas securities, but they
are given nni years In winch to complete such  Investments,
Premiums shall he taxed _ per
c.-nt., but if any company shall invest us much as 25 per cent, of hs
Texas reserve in Texas securities, it
-hall pay a tax of only 2 1-2 per cont.;
They aim. th >��� say, to make the racing as clean    - the Woodbine of To
' ronto.
OH TRUST WINS LEGAL
PG-LLUM LIMITS
HUD FOR A BIG FIGURE
puver Men Purchase Timber Lim-
f��r $i.500,00O_Start Logging
Operations   Immediately.
�� ��* t'i" largest timber deals that
���"���''-> place for some  time has
,"n, ^Pleted giving control of
^ml!s on ihe Kltsumgallum rlv-
ut half-way between Hazelton
1: "'ngton,    to  Vancouver
le<la-, spruce and hemlock and
���'".uantitj. of white pine are con-
lu 'ho acreage tbat has been
Ihi
and the price paid for the Um'
* 'wind agureg 11,500,000.
ia -o ll0n- ot Vancouver, and
latv,n"",f'S l''1,f'nd t0 8tart 'oPC'ng
Lr   ���S ia"-e<1""ely.     The limits
WARSHIPS NEEDED ON
CENTRAL AMERICAN COAST
Washington,  Feb.    26.���Because of
reports <>f uneasiness in Central America, growing out of Important military activity in Nicaragua, the state
department has asked that one or
more naval vessels he sent to Ama-
pala on tin- west coast to watch developments nnd report on lhe situation.
00 O^r river.       ���   is  stated
�� capital
behind the ptir-
ertv Vi'00'  a 'aw mlU on   lhpl
turnil!      6 lntf,nt'on is to have
4lon "" llu> r- T- p- fe-che.
FORTY-ONE SEATS IN
NEXT  LEGISLATUR-
..dinouton. Feb. 26��� A total "f U
seats is provided for In the schedule
of the redistribution .bill psssed 7**
terday afternoon just before l'roroB;'
Hon, Of the additions made, f
seate will bo north of Red Deer
seven south of Red Deer river,
schedule of constituencies upon
the special committee had been working for over a week was brought into
the legislature, sanctioned by ne
unanimous vote of (he eommlttee, '���>""
the members, without  discussing
the '(!r-
ven
and
The
which
additions     passed the bill on
lOmmendatlon of the commit"
they disclaim    being    under the authority of thai    liodv."    declared  Mr.!''  il sha11 iuv,'st a*s muth :LS *-�� ,>er
-j^-ifi [cent,  2 per cent.,  and  if it  shall  in-
��� We have    no    decent   station,  al-   ��*���> as much as 16 per cent., one-half
though Ihey entered into an agreement  ��f  ]   P8'" cent
to  build one,  and   the  irains  stop on
a curve when- the carriages are tilted
so hiirb  'bat .passengers have io step
down  four feet  to get OUt.  Tilts is a   Ne'"   President's   Heads     of    Depart-
mo-t  distressing State of affairs ���Spe- ments Are  Named,
chilly for females-     Not only do they j    New Vork, Feb. 26.- The cabinet, as
object   io making any  Improvements J complete
themselves, but following a dog-ln-th*.
TAFT'S  CABINET
With   the   Bi leeiion   of  Mr.
MacVeiigb,  i-. as follows:
Secretary   of   state,    Philander C.
Knox, of Pennsylvania; secretary of
the treasury, Franklin MacVeagh, of
Illinois; secretary of war, Jacob M.
Dickinson,   of   Tennessee;    attorney*
general,   Oeorge    W.    Wicker-ham,   of
New Vork: postmaster-general, Frank
II. Hitchcock*, of Massachusetts; secretary of the navy, Oeorge Von L.
Meyer of Massachusetts; secretary of
tbe interior, Richard A. Balllnger, of
Washington; secretary of agriculture,
.lames Wilson, of Iowa; secretary of
commerce and labor, ("harles Xagel,
of Missouri.
MIMEOGRAPH EDITION
REVILES LABORERS
Walla Walla, Feb. 26.���The Morning
I'nion, which suspended publication
owing to ���a difference with the typographical union, today consisted of a
mimeographed iheel giivng some locai
Opinions, reviling labor unions, and a
few telegraphic items. No announce-
Winnipeg, Pah. 26.���Notice was ment, however, la made as to when the
posted at Ihe Canadlnn Pacific shops' paper is to resume. Printers on
here today announcing that the wages | strife have refused to make a state-
rates established by .the bo_rd of con- ment so far. and tbe future planR of
dilation in August last year, will he'd! both parties are withheld from the
good till April 1. 1910. public.
manger policy tbey refuse to allow us
to mai..' any Improvements for them.
Then, ih. io have been a large number of fires, which have been caused
,,v the (lieat Northern not Riving us
proper protection. 1 have lost thousands of dollars' worth of goods by
fire, and many valuable cattle have
been destroyed In ihe district."
Mr. Thrift said he tell like quitting
the district, and the commissioners
ventured tho opinion that from Westminster to Vancouver the road cauin
under the Dominion Railways <n".
which saj* that all through traffic and
matters pertaining thereto on connecting linos In Canada shall be under the
jurisdiction  of this  act.
For the company A. IL McNeill, K.
C, intimated that the Hazelmore line
would be abandoned when the new
..nt- came into operation.
C   P-
R.  SCALE GOOD
FOR ANOTHER YEAR
Judge in  Chicago   Rules That   Highest
Fine That Can Be Imposed on
Corporation   is $720,000.
Some of ���hem are so rare that we
keep them n a safe deposit vault. The
new element, whii ��� far from being inexpensive, will be >vi:hin the reach of
��� . .. ..;.. who needs it. Its action
is quite as efficacious as that of ra
ilium. There is not enough radium iu
ibe whole world to treat all the people
POINT OF IMPORTANCE!""" 7.ammmtz ^T
"The therapeutic value of radia tho.
or .bo-rad-x, has been established beyond question in the fourteen months
thai we have been using it for the
treatment of disease. It never has
failed to give relief and in many cases
it has cured. Some of the diseases
on which'it acts successfully are cancer, tuberculosis of the skin, illcere,
birthmarks and nervous affection. Its
rays are as effective as those of radium, -it.iough it does not act as
quickly. its moderate action keeps
it from being harmfully caustic, as
radium is likely to be in the hand.
of unskilled persons. It has the same
relative power .as radium���that is, it
seems to act only on tissues which are
diseased, having no effect on healthy
tisjes Thi power, which has been described by Sir Frederick Treves in a
recent articles, nobody is able to explain.''
Chicago, Feb. 26.���United States
District Judge Anderson broadly Intimated today that he will rule that
the unit of offense in the Standard Oi]
retxuing case will be the thirty-six
settlements of freight charges. Under this ruling if made, a fine of only
$720,000 is possible, as compared with
Judge K. M. Landis' assessment of
$29,2-10.000 lu the original case.
OHIO RIVER THREATENS
CINCINNATI'S DEPOTS
Cincinnati, Fob. 20.���The Ohio river
hero is slowly bui steadily rising. An-
Other foot will compel the abandonment of tho Union Central and Pennsylvania Railroad stations.
GOOD  SHOWS
Curtain   _oes   Up on   Burgomaster at
Nine O'clock Tomhflt.
Manager Catty has secured for local
playgoers two musical attractions of
un-'snal merit; ionlg|ii "Tj>e Burgomaster," will hold the boards, and a
merry throe hours of mirth and fun
Is looked for. The curtain does not
go up until nine o'clock.
On Wednesday night next "A Stubborn Cinderella" will be produced under the direction of Mort. H. Singer.
It Is stated that this musical play Is
one of extra quality. Musical comedy,
with well trained voices, handsome artists and bewildering scenic effects ll
always enjoyable,  therefore on Wed
SENSATIONAL REPORT ON
MISSOURI PENITENTIARK
Legislative   Committee   Condemns  th*
Structure as Unfit for Habitation
���Women Tortured.
Jefferson City, Mo., Feb. 26.���Startling conditions it' the Missouri stat^
penitentiary are revealed in a report
prepared for the .egislatlvo committee
on penitentiary and reform schools.
The report li to be filed In the senate.
Il la recommended thai the building
D, one of the largest structures, be
torn down, as It is unfit for habitation.
It is pointed out ln the report that
one c>-il room in the woman's department has iron rings In the wall seven
feet from the floor and is for the pun
ishment of woman prisoners who hav��
nesday  night  "The  Stubborn  Cinder-   their hands tiei] by the wrists In these
ella" will provide this form of enjoyment in a manner hitherto unnttalnod
nt  tbe local theatre.
ring--.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAI1.Y NEWS.
SATURDAY
FEBRUARY���
ill
PURE GOODS ARE
Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Mapl* Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers. Medalllorre, Etc.
Cowan's Cafee Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.
TORONTO
hat his admirers expected him lo
be and Miss Ruth White, who was
again seen in her original part, "Willie.'' achieved the su_civ��� of the evening. As Doodle Vou Cull, the Burgomaster's secretary, Leo Kendall ex
hibited   a  quaint   drollery   which   was
tlble, while Miss .Marion Mjack'-
burlesque of the lady Theosophlsi
evoked roars of laughter, The charming voice in Miss Marie Grandpre was
.i .aid to advantage In tlie songs which
ft 11 to ber as Catherine Vanderbeck,
while the remaining roles were a
adequately filled. "The Burgomaster"
i- excellently staged, and the piece
weni with a swing from sunt to
finish."
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
| Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found i I   THE STAGE
������������������������������������������������������������������>�����������
| for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc f      ��a stubborn cinder
One of  the most   Important  chai u
ters in  the  new  musical  conieay, "A
WANTED���Girl    for   general   house-j stubboi.n  Cinderella,"  is ,,   Sioux  In-
work in small family.     Apply Miss (|ian     A   peculjar  feature  concerning
E.  Rogers,  457  Park row.
W.-NTED���Widow   with   boy  ol
������.nts  housekeeper1!   place or  gen-
���  al  housework      Address    M     P..
News office.
this   part,  i
he
management,
Mr.
11.
Singer,   bad
cons
id.'i
able difficult
In
securing one
W
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COM
Id correct
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pret the 1 '"'
Al
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-('.in hlng
for
WANTED���Six or seven room
or house to renl;  close In.
.���-.   V. P., Dally News.
>.ta_
. ul weeks Mr. Singer was fortunate
��� > ough :o m.-e: Frederic:. Truesdell,
a   Hell   known   character   actor   who
M '.��� 3, ('  ('. FISHER, ex-pupil ol   !arl
>tta Ani.lli, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
id of ti. F. Sims, Mu-.   Ba   . Ox-
..!.. England, will give lessons iu
Inging and harmony.
years ago  traveled through  the Zuni
V| ply ,    , _   T  .,
countr*. and who can speak the Indian
anguage   fluently,    Mr   Truesdell  at-
ten led the Carlisle Indian school, and
ii is said made one of the besl stage
Indians ever seen.
A   Stubborn  Clnden lla"   will   be
seen   here   on   March   3,
Bank of Mont
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    	
RESERVE    	
. ,!,,--  throughout fCanada   md Ni �� 'o
land, N �� Vork, Chicago and Spokane, i*. s   \
sini -s   transacted.
Lettera of Cfa*d't  issued,  a. ,   able with   i
Ll
,,ii,;s   EanK   Department���Deposits ri
Intei'i   ���  allowed al  'A per een'. pi
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
real
������'������Uoo.ooo.oo
'1000,000.00
n Um.,
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NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   G.   0.  FRYMNE
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SEED
BREAD
GRAVEL
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WANTED���By March 1st, girl for gen-
eral housework. Apply Mrs T. S.
Annandale,  1S9  Fourth street
'He
HARRY   HERMSEN
In   "The   Burgomaster,"   at  the   Opera
House   Tonight.
TO RENT���One large furnished
room, near library, suitable for two   to   have any   deep   laid   plans,  or,  as
Also two small ones.   Ren; reason
able.   Apply 287 Victoria street.
FRACTURES COLLAR  BONE
The  Burgomaster.
Toronto ('.lobe in  commenting
on   a   recent    performance     of     "The
    I Burgomaster"    has th.- following    t"' HON CLIFFORD sifton
I say:
bed-     "The Burgomaster" dees not pretend
to   have any   deep   laid   plans,  or,  as _.      .,,. ,.,...
, ... Ottawa, Feb. 26.���Hon. ( liffonl 3H-
the program confesses, to be free trom
anarchronism, but it does provide three -"���*���  who  returned   from   Washington
hours of pretty scenes, sparking music on Thursday night, is suffering from a
WANTED���A nurse girl; services re- and lots of fun combined.   The piece broken collar bone,  and  will be laid
quired from 1 to 6 p.m.    Mrs. Dr. was welcomed by a crowded house at up  for several days.      The injury la
.ones, Royal avenue.                          i1'1" Grand   last   night, and  Its  recep-1 due to his being thrown from his horse
 _ -.tion only forecasted the -access which while enjoying a cant.-:- in the Am-.-:*-
I will doubtless  attend it   during    the lean capital. The affair was kept very
j week.    In  the  title  role   '  need only quiet   and nothing was Known of the
be said that Mr. flan
NOTICE.
consumers are reminded that discount will only be allowed on gas bills
thai are paid at the Company's Office.
131 Columbia street.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
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| This is the    |
.��� ___________________________
|| Opportunity
Look  over Henry's catalogue
and mak.. out your order for
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Trees, Plants, Bee Supplies, etc.
No windy agents to annoy you.
No damage from fumigation. N i
delay.-- of customs.
YOU "PRESS  THE   BUTTON,"
WE DO  THE   REST.
Hermsen was  accident until Mr, Sifton arrived home
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Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital    $6,000.0:0
Paid-up Capital   $2,200,000
Re a pai'   (30 acn   I of tl
,| ihrter of section  10,  town
New Westmin- ��� i
When as proof of I
Qcate of lit'..' number 11
in the name of Jami - L i
filed In this office.
Notice Is hi re .      ven that 1
at the expiration ol
the .1 He ..f the firs;
in a daily newsp
City of .New  Wi stm :.-"
duplicate of the
In the meantime vail I
made to me In w i i i -
C. S. KEITH
District It- v- :' T
Land Registry Offl ���   v- *
si. r, It. C, Feb. ".rl. 19  ���
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles ' ��� i $12./-*
up.
Silver Watches, g.-nts' open fac.
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open ease
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty,
F.  CRAKE
Two   doors   from    Geo    Adams.   Crocs'
YALL'S
ORtGJ
STORE
PHONE 57.
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, Doori,!
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
i
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining;
Royal City Branch, Columbia St,
Telephoni.  12. New Westmitutet |
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Our facilities for collect.nc- and remitting money should be
employed by all business men to whom promptness is a consideration.
J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
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OUR WORK SATISFIES
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Foreign  Drafts
We --:i   drafts at th-   lowest   rate.-  on al '
points in Great Britain, France,  Germany,   Ita
European countries, also on all parts of Asia   -fi
New Zealan l and Mi iclco.
Hani.."-'   money  orders  sold,  payable ai   ; n :'
In Canada.
Collections made at the lowest  rates.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
. ���    Offices,   Greenhouses   and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster  Road,
Vancouver. B.C.  Branch Nursery,
South  Vancouver.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
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WHEN  GOING EAST
1 Pacific Meat Market
Kate- on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
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Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
6*0*0*0*0*O*CO*0*0*0*0*0*C>*0*<X)*O*01
Phone 192
HcHEAfEMY & AND EBON
Columbia St.
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU
OVE1
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Kight  Trains   Every   Day ill  the   Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OP FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN,       LTD.!
KnibodioK the  newest  and   besl   Idi U
for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY.     It is   lighted   with   both
electricity and gas; the moal brilliantly Illuminated train In the world, The
equipment consists ol private compartment ears, standard  18 section sleep-j
era,    luxurious dining  car,    reclining
chair car.;   (seat.-  free),  modern  day
Coaches and buffet, library and smok
ing cai-s.
For Time Tables,  Folders, oi   anj
further Information car, on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Secoc;'. Avenue, Seattle.. Wa-h.
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IX-
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home  Paper.
4 now TO  OPERATE  a moving picture machine  al   home.
��� How '.i rem or buy a moving picture machine,
��� How to make big mone.  al entertainments and amu emeata.
X ""''���  lo obtain position! which pay $35 per week.
��� How to become a finished operator.
��� We give Instructions thai are simple and Interesting
k We have the newesi method of teaching by mall.
X We send you on recelpi ol $1.00 complete Instructions,
f We teach operators how to pass all examinations
��� We represent the leading film exchange,
��� Remittances    to    Independent    Theatrical Exchange,    I00-401-403
��� Burki   Building, Seattle,  Wa h
I W rden Sh-ol of Operators I
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marici Street
SEATTLE
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RATES :
Hoom  $1   per day  up.
Room  and  board  $2.50  per day up.
room  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
ivater, steam heat, long distance fele-
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, B. ('., fanner, intend to
applj to the Honorable Chic.: Comnils-
-doner ol Lands and Works tor a
twenty-one year grazing leas.- on the
following described land: Comni nc
Ing al a post on the m-i abore ot
Zayas I land, Port Simpson district
aboul a mil... south of the mdtuh ol
Ln'" ��� thence west across the
island to the sin.re, thence following
"'" bore northerly, easterly am
Boutherly to thn polnl of commencement,
No, 'j lease.���Zayas Island, Pori
Simpson 'ii vict, Btarting at a post at
the southeast corner of No. i lease,
thence we,t across the island to the
shore, thence following the shore
southerly, easterly and northely
around to the polnl or commencement.
C. VV. PRESTO.V.
Jan. 28. lmi'i
Eastertrook  Milling Company,
Enurne.   IV C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
MrOnarnP&r-. -gguB and fkk.j m-w^.
PRONT   STRE_T m.w   Westminster Telephone;
A little Good ii
makes a b g. Hot Are whe��]
of poor coal Bei
at all.   H Is econo
nilcal'o'1
it Is
,-; .'��� I
goes farthest, muKe��
IIH'SI I
.  ton than  p-
T
We deliver
'f;:
i.'nil *���'
part of  the City.   FUllif0<|
always.    Telephone
votir
Trade Marks
DC-IONS
COPVRIOHTS AC.
.^_SSiS__?H_-.
Scientific American.
A h-n,l��oniol�� 111,   ���-�����*���  "Z   ,**,,.,���
ouimion 'ifjiny i .iiiri.T,,"^ tfliKo-trtr-
r*nml��,*l.75��ye_llU���..'J,",'V"1, Jorin�� tor
��ll new��ilo��lcrH.     '������"���"wepr-Mld.   Sold by
to ns.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd;
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
' Ellard Block, New Weitrnin.ter, a C
NOW
,   CURTAIN8'
Is ti"' time to gei c     m
BLANKETS  read}  I
member the
Royal City
LaunJn I
Royal Avenue a
nd B'3cKl
,��** LdAY, FEBRUARY 27, If*
THE DAILY NEWS.
i'AOE THREE
ooo
New
Post Cards
KOREAN TORTURED WITH
HOT IRONS BY ENEMIES
received at
Morey's
Boi
lo.vn.
pretty. Some very
< ome very sentimental.
,Np   SEE   THEM   AT
OREY'S
BIO BOOK STORE
STREET.
started among the Koreans i fiajj
Involved a large number, j 6
A fight
^^^ ^^^^^^^ ind    so. ,n
Merida, Yukaian, Pel.. 26���HeipleSa- Vlln*'a s'"u> waa .seized by those op-
|ly bound and then burned and .seared l10sln��  'is friends, carried to a house
wiih white-hot iron.- until his screams antJ after being hound hot irons were
; of agony  brought  in  the police and applied  to the soles of his feet and
citizens  to hatter down   the door,  a to  hi
jKorean laborer named    Yunea Nido, zens
who was involved i��� a clash among
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CHURCH
SERVICES
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald Bchool
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at " p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
BURNABY    MISSION���Pastor,    H. i
\V. W. Bromwich, East Burnaby. Sc-r-j
vices as follows:    East Burnaby, Sun-
be j day  school at two o'clock;  preaching
NOTICE.
1?
the Korean laborers and who was cap,/',,:"H;nS   :'"''   '""  d0Or   ��f
tured and tortured by his enemies  i'4' '*"  battered  d��wn,    but
dead from his Injuries '       ' ue  lh''    ""fortunate    K
fata' Injury.
*. .
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ -.fvf-...-..,-
s  linil.s.   Police  and  nearby citl-:     ,(.*,..���,,,     ,
tonanges lor this column must
were    BOon    attracted    by his j ,eft at> or ,,lophoncd ^ ^ offlce by , ff,rvice ftt - p ffl . young ^
screams  and   the door  of  the  house, 9 p.m. on Fridays.    The omission ofj -ice at  7:30  p.m.;'Thursday,  prayer
too late to  any church notice from this column service at    8    p.m.    West  Burnaby,
Korean  from   Indicates thai no copy lias been turned ! Sunday school at 2:110 and preaching
In by the pastor or other responsible j at 7:30.
jarty.)
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'OOKSLEY'S
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Young People,    Attention !
Yoti  can
ecelve   Instruction lu night classes at
Columbian College
in   ARITHMETIC, BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPONDENCE,
SHORTHAND,  TYPEWRITING,    COMMERCIAL,    LAW,     PENMAN-
Sunday, February 28.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. VV. II. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible classes at
-::i(l p.m. Morning, "Christ's Compassion;" evening, "Four Steps Up-
���ward."
j!    OLIVET   BAPTIST���Rev.   M.    L
Of Application for Wharf and Mfn��
Slip Site on tha North Arm of t-.t
Fraser River at New Westmineter,
B. C.
Notice is hereby given that 1 th*
undersigned, E. .Mercer, of the City of
New Westminster, B. C, Contracts;,
having applied to His Excellency th.
Governor-ln-Council for the approve.;
of a certain site for the construction
of a wharf and marine slip situate ��.._
  the north shore of Lulu Island on tie:
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���j North Arm of the Fraser River havi
  the
vices 11  a.m. and
school    and    Bible
SHIP.
Al] or anj
from 7 to 9.
part of the above Tuesday
and   Thursday  even'ngs
T 1 Rugg
��  and
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS FER MONTH
: Picture :        |_-_-
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|05 T CARDS
D.D., pastor.    Services 11 a.in.
p. in. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
Yjin. .Mid-week prayer meeting on
AI Wednesday at s o'clock. Morning,
I|"Whal .Money will and What Money
X Will Noi liuy;" evening, "Christian
..:-W?..^-X-% ; Philanthropy."
- ���  '���   - ��� -      I    'i\  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH,
Rev.  J.  S.  Henderson,    pastor.    Sei-; deposited   with   the    Honorable
7    p.m.    Sabbath  Minlater of Public  Works at Ottawa
class 2:30    p.m., plans  of mid wharf and    slip    wav
.Morning     subject.      "Steadfastness;"   wh, h ,  p?op0se tQ ^^ on ..^
evening,   "The   Redemption   of   the covered with water, lying north of and
Home," being -the second of a series adjoining sub lot 12 of lot "A" of lot
of sermons on "The Redemption of | 757, group one, New Westminster Dis-
Life." M. .1. Knight will render a trlct. together with a description ol
solo in the evening.   Communion *er-!:,..,. . opose(] she degcrlbed b   me
vir" lnthe m��rninfr' nds;  and have also depo   i-
a dip irate of each in the office   ot
J. ft
MACr
Ti
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M
a: NOW ON SALE  AT
IEY'8 STATIONERY 8TORE
,AMON'S CIGAR DIVAN. F
NZIE'S DRUG STORE and
AIR,"  Columbia   Street.
Westminster
ansf er Co.
.   18s.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street.
.mptiy    io
��� ��� the city.
and Heavy Hauling
FFICE���TRAM  OEP."**l.
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Notice.
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I           UN  McQU _RRIE,
Ji IHN F, BAGGS
Agent,
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LAND ACT.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. P.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.ui.
and 7 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
.Sunday school at 2:30 p.m; Epworth
League Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. Evan
gelist Hunt will preach morning and
evening, Morning subject, "Kadesh-
Barnee;" evening, "The Judgment."
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
R. M. Thompson, pastor,   Services at
Wednesday    evening   11  .  m. and 7 p.m;  Sunday school at
S   C,   E,  'i'n" day at   2   0 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday
��� ". Pi v. er  n,    ' li a    We Ine  ' iy
vning,
a ' ���'   Hi ������  i:   G. Thompson, M.
N ��� ;������'   or.    i'i die worship, morning,
11  a.m .    evening,    7    p.m.    Sabbath
;'l   Bible    diss    2:30    p.m.
Prayi i   meeting
in   7:30,    v.   i'
7 : 30  i> m.
tistrar of Deeds for the said
D t of New Westminster, in which
D ���   the  work  Is  proposed  to
con .u accordance  with   I
:' ��� ; :. ������ i. ' nts   Of   S. ction     7    of
"Ni rig ih'e   Waters   Protection    ! .'
(       HE   R  S, ('.. loo.;.
...       :   N. w   Westminster,   i:   i
���   la . of January, A. D. 191
E. MERCER.
SALVATION ARMY���Captain C, H
v     ��� .    -'.    O,      Sei vici s    will    ; e
eonil  i  "i    in    ��� be    S.    A.    bai r u
..a   :-"1111.1.i . i ii a.m .   Sill
i .      choo     11      :      [Ji line is;   ' an I
7 ���." p in.,    al -. ation meeting.
I'i; lit:     METHODiol
i al ri et,   bi 11
Foil        .....
a ��� Pn achin
rn .PEL -
i'liini    nnd
Class meeting at  10
t 11 a m.;   Sunday
HOLY TR] '.   ShilJrlck,
Con    mn on a a.m., Mat- | LUTHERAN
*  ' 1 a.m.; . ,     at 7 p.m.
.     v   2:30  p.m.;   . veni ���.
ii.ni.  Mrs, Ada Foi man, evangelisi.
WEST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
.'     'l'a��  Taylor,  M.A., Ph.
it 11 a, in. and'
.i.i.    Sin daj ������  _: i" p in
COLLI <G\\ OOD      MEI HODIST ���
-������I", ice i al i l a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school al L0 a.m.   Epwo th !���*   I   -
CHURCH    Ri v.    B,  A
Sand, pastor.     Sundaj service   In thi
l. O. O. F. hall     Four songs by choir;
���. ' '.   Mrs Sand.
ST.  PAUL'S REFORMED EPISO i
[���AL    ii' v. A. deB. (iv.. n, i' ctor, S r-
��� 11 a.m. mid 7   . v.   Holy Com-
.      vi Qrst Sunday in the month afti ......    Prayer ineetip.g
on Thursday al  7:30 |
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Grand Trunk Ryr
Excellent Train Service Betwee
Ci a ago, London,
Siamilion, Tor^;ii;-,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
��� ��� ���- princi] al I u lini  a ��� nl ���
i. QUEBEC and the MA . ���
TIME PROVINCES.
BUFFALO, NEV/ STORK
Pl      I.DELPHIA, via Kiapara Fa
��� ���- Table i, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VA-X.
- i'i  Pa   li tiger anil Ti
���\_- ' Adami St.. Chicaifo, II!.
Opera  House
EXTRA   SPECIAL!
.IERRi       CSICAL Nl     11
Satwrday, February
I
.:  of lasi
Marion  Mack  in "The Burgomastar" t onight.
Westminster Land District.
District   of   Sayward.
I, c   W.  Pres on,
c ipation   farmer,  In-
I ������: mission to    purging desi rlbi d land-:
a.  ,i  ;...-:   planted  on
south Twin Island,
following  the Bhore    east.-rly,
[ly,   we.-,.-riy,    northerly   and
|.v hack to point of   commence-
Uking in the whole island con-
ires more or less,
C, W. PRESTON.
Id Feb 2nd, 1909,
Fraternal i_��ocietic.��.
I, O. O. F.���AMITY _OD(jE, NO .���
The regular meetings of this lodge
_re held in Oddfellews' hall Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B S���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, nnlumbta St., at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,
include the Union Ixidge, No. 9, A.
K. and A. M.J King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1160; L. O. L., No. 1683; Court
Sapperton. No. 40S:!, I. O. W : C. O
E., ('ourt Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nent   No  29;
��� *ttiS	
^ITEER    BOUNTY    ACT.   1908
^RNING TO PURCHASERS.
assignment of the right of _
African Vol iti.:  . ntltled to n
pant must   be by way of ap-
1 nt ol a substitute and must be
I-".in providi J by the Act.
|iul attention ig called to Sub-
I Sr' tion j ot the Volunteei
; A(     1908, which provides that j
ol  ''.a   right of a vol- j
:,v the appointment of a sui>.'
 ;"d or recognized
Department    of tha  Intflrtor
����� not executed and dated after i  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
6       'tbe warrant for the land; FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES
K. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first nnd third Tnee
day    In    each    month.       Vlsltlnp
brethren OOMtally Invited to attend i
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hull. Odd |
fell-.iwa'   bloi k,  CliirKoou  street
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exact 1 j    the   mai,-rial  you   want   for
suit- made to order.   Perfect tit. guaranteed.
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
. it.posit,    Windsor   Hotel,
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family  traaa a specialty.
rel.  113. Offict   Eight ��tr-.t
NEV    WESTMINSTER.    B.    C.
TheB
urgomaster
IS IT POSSIBLE?
WHY, THE IDEA!
RUTH  WHITE
And sane
eluding   that
big company of over HALF A HUNDRED
spick,  span,  saucy, bewitching
HARRY   HERMSEN
eople, in-
Chorus of Kangaroo Girls.
SPECIAL���1 have guaranteed this attraction six hunilr-d dollars, and
will oiler it at a special scale of prices. Entire lower floor,
$1.00; balcony, $1.00 and 75c; gallery, _0c. In order that everybody may benefit by this wonderful theatrical bargain, curtain
will not ring up until 0 o'clock p.m.     Seat sale now open.
Wednesday,
March 3.
:OURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, l.O.F
���MeetB the Fouri-< Friday lu the
month at 8 o'clock. In I he small
hml, Oddfellows'  bloi li.
������.  Choice  Hams   18c
AT THE
I8 the Minister of Mllttls I
f       In favor of the volunteoiv
!������ W, 0REENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
I-ands, Ottawa.
���ANAOJAN PACIFIC
I___NTIC STEAMSHIPS
*��� <-f Britain
'*�� of Ireland ...
'" f Bnta.n  .
..Feb. 26
March 121
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesdaj
evening at S p m , In the Eagles
hall, Columbia street, a. Clark.
W. Pres*.  II. Scholleld. Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMHLAhS OF TEM
PERANCE moot every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., ln Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
i tOISS OF SCOTLAND BENfcFiT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P, hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
Central Meat Market
Comer  Eight- St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   I/O.
BOW ELL A   ODD-/.  Fropnainr*
il
The Milwaukee"
Tke Princess Amusement Company
i Direction of Mort li. Singer)
I'llKSi:\ts   Till-:  QUALITY   MU8ICAL PLAY
A STUBBORN CINDERELLA
um people, with Homer B. Mason and All-Star Cast���80 handsome
-how girls. As produced at the New Princess Theatre, Chicago,
on,- year, and Puay Theatre, .\<>w  York. "������������.,
Prices���60c, 75c, $1-00 and $1.60. The Biggest Musical Comedy on
the coast this year.
IOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
I      iera for  Shops  East of Winnipeg
un
i      v ������.    .   marked on   he envtl
'���Ten :��� r for Sl oj ���',''  wiii be  ri
a- ���'.���. office of The Commissioners
'ran ���   -.-. Inental Railway   at Ot-
inti] 12 o'clock noon, of tlie t1 ...
di    ��� :' March, 1906, for the construction    : i ���  ection complete, in accord-
anc.   ���. j. the plans ..nd specifications
��� ommi.sioners of shops  east
of Winnipeg.
Plans, details and specification.
m.'.;. ' - -���' en at the office of Mr. Hu_._
U. Lums_en, chief engineer, Ottawa,
On:., and Mr. S. R. Poulin, district
engineer, Winnipeg, Man.
Persons tendering are notified   ".ha*.
tenders will not be considered unle..��
ma l< on 'be printed forms supplied by
the   Commissioners,   which   may    be
.had  on application to Mr.  Hugh D
i Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa, Ont
j    Each tender   must   be signed   and
'sealed by all the parties.to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied by
I an accepted cheque-   on   a chartered
'Bank of :h-  Dominion of Canada payable to the order of the Comuiissioner-
of   tbe   Transcontin-ntal  Railway for
1 the sum of one hundred thousand doi-
lars ($100,000).
The cheque deposited by the   par.
'who-'  tender is accepted will be de
! posited   to  the  credit  of  the Receive
���General of Canada as security for th
due '.nd faithful p-rformance of   th**
| contract     according    to    its    term?
Cheques deposited by   parties   whos?
i tenders are rejected will be returned
j within -.��n days after ths signing cf
the contract.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all ti n lers.
By order,
P. E.  RYAN,
Secretar
The Commissioners of the Transco
tinen'al Railway.
DaW at Ottawa. 30th January, 19"..
Newspapers inserting this adv*prticr-
ment without authority from the Com-
mi-ssioners will not be paid for It.
|  8��-<llng for friends In tho old!
���JV buying   ticket,   at   this
*    w'l save money und prevent
March M||( 0   0> r_Royal c���y Lodge. No. 3
;,",UI"1 Etnpr,
W   12 ,,nl
"- sails from
'���''������   Call  for
St.
par-
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting b,~e*t)it*u will
be made welcome. O. B. QHIW-
N. O.; C. E. Osborne, P. O. recotd*
ing secretary.
CD, GOULET,
Agent.
MAKE YOUR APl-cAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
.jhe   Pioneer Limited,"
Chicago,
Chicago.    "South     Wewt
St.
Paul  to ,J
"Short   Line,"  Omaha    to $
"South     West     Limited" 19
Kansas City to Chicago. i$
in ihe service on    any IB
Advertising and Circulation
So   trains
The Daily NEWS, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
raliroad m the world that equal ing   ^he Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
Subscriptions and Advertisements solicited for tlie above publications
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
equipment  thai   of   the Chicago, Mil-IB
waukee &  St. Paul Hallway.     They!.*,
own and operate their own sleeping|g
and dining oars on all their trains and
jive their patrons un excellence
service not obtainable elsewhere.
II, S. ROWE. Oemral Agenl
[31 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland, Or.
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILf  XKWS.
SATURDAY, februar
Y 27.
The Daily News
DISREPUTABLE HOUSES IN
TACOMA   ARE   CLOSED
Published by The Oaily N'ews Publl
ng Company, Limited, if theli offices
corner of Sixth and From streets, Nev
Westminster, IJ. C.
E, A. Paige Managing  Director
Tacoma, Fell. Lit'.. -The Taeonia red
lighl district is no more. With a
grand jury but a few weeks ahead of
the city administration last night ordered disreputable house-, to close ai
once.     Notification was given that un-
i
i less they did so all would be raided
land   arrested   early   today.     To   make
- I assurance doubly    sin...   .ludge   Siiles
1903.     ordered  the   light  cut    ofl  from  the
   s  houses  in  the  restricted district,  and
THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.    | early   today    followed     this   move  by ]
SATURDAY,FEBRUARY
We are glad the provincial govern-
are at length awake to    ie fact
his is an agricultural province,
are going to make - imi   proi Ision
grlcultural education   .They have
n excellenl ��� sample of a n- �� instltu-
on of the same charactei   In -Iani-
������' ia, where thi   Roblln administration
acquln d   i   lai ge   I rsi tt   of  laud
!...   . sinlboine river In  the suburbs of Winnipeg, and ln a few brie!
.1 irs have accomplished  much in a
agricultural province
ish  Columbia i.-  far  from  >  ng
an agricultural  province,    bul
ere is an Increasing acreage under
'  . ui..n    and   thi    beBt   land   i
having the water cut off.
NORWEGIAN   WHALERS
GOING  TO   ANTARCTIC
Vict.eia, I'.i). 26.���Advices have
been received here thai a whaling]
company is being organized In Nor-
waj io s.-nd two floating whaling stations, convoying a fleet of small whaling steamers to the Antarctic to bun*
off iln Falkland Islands, South Shetland-, and South Georgia this sun mer
HARRY   HERMSEN
In   -The   Burgomaster,"   at  the   Opera
House   Tonight.
CRASH   OF  PLANET WITH
SUN   Wil_L   END   LIFE
in|    Boston, V-
he Vail, y of thi   Fraser river    It l   i
���   v. '..-.   such  g i fruit
-. the Ok inagan,    but    the    gei
��� "i ice 1    ..   hi i   i ian
tywh   ���   elsi   'ii  the  main
The Eai ming maj be in ��� ���    ..
.   Vancouver  Island,    ul   there i- a
'     great.        ������ i  In this  valli   . ��� spe-
when the Suma    laki   I as been
Ined.
26.
"A collision of a'
.-   nown dark planet with the sun will
terminate life    on    the    earth." sai
Pi - f,  Perclval  Lowell, director of the
Lowell observatory v  Flagstaff, Ariz,,
in u  lectin    las)  night at  the Massachusetts Institute of Technicology,
"The event will be prophesied four-'
teen  years  before  the catastrophe oc- Th
and chaotic confusion will relgi
| in  the world during th.- days preced-1
"GET   THE   HABIT '
EDGE LINE AM' SPRIG (Clover
Leaf)
tups and Saucers and Seven-
Inch Plates
SPECIAL TODAY.
$1.00
PER DOZEN.
.-.ance  of a  lifetime.
WASHINGTON WOMAN'S
SUFFRAGE   BILL   SIGNED
Olympia,
ernor has
gist bill,
approval  -|
rail; oad
Wa-h..  Feb. 26.���Th ��� -"'
Igned the  Woman  Suffra-
rhe senate yesterday gavi
G a  bill  drawn   by a joint
uniiiiit,v giving the rallwaj
commission jurisdiction over l< ,���'���"���'
anu telegraph lines. The measun
authorizes the commission to flx rates
throughout the state, and to compel
physical connections between competing lines iu any city where mori than
one company has exchanges. The bill
ha not yet
housi
Spring
been  considered   in '
You Will Make
���    :.: mi-take If yon do noi  i ome to
, ���,   when you wain : irnlture for
,,-     room in your house, whe
Big
N i matter !f >*<i
���    ������
���:���   ���
You can buy Hats  at many stores,  but  you can't buy th. Hai
you at avery store.    A short, stout Man requ rea an entirely t.,ff��r
ent   Hat  from   a   tall,   slender figure.      With   our   large   van���  *
Hats we  have  a  correct  Hat for  every   head  ana face.
SOFT HATS
Hand.-.nne New Spring  BlOCkB, ill  the .   tar v
Men.    New Bhades ami trimmings.   Ha ,;ll ���
servatlve Men,    Black and New Spring colo
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 to $6.00
Money
you can make it go farther If you conn
h ������   than If  you  go   anywhere ���
itever j ou wan: in anj  lin   i im
here first.
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store;
STIFF HATS
B ocks that are absolutely coi eel       SI
Oldei  Heads.   Hats from the In si   Hatti i
"���'
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50 to $5.
For this reason  wherever  ihe   ��� the calamity,
vincial  unlversltj   i.-.  located,   and   we	
eel -uie it must ultimately be on the
;��� mainland within easy  reach    "COUPLE DIG FOR HIDDEN
Vancouver, as the commercial metropolis of the province, the agricultural
college which is lo be founded In con-
nection with this institution of high
rnlng should be within easy access
,-  New Westminster,
There are some splendid location.- In
the vicinity, where fruit and grain can
���<��� grown to the best advantage of the
students learning practical and sclen-j
tiflc agriculture, and the stud ol
poultry farming can certainly be better carried oui hen than m v u
else in the pi ��i ince.
The studi tns can hi re
��� ��� 'raer's  market  in  British Colu
������;.���  which i.- serving a   the n
imber of Instttul ions in tl..- state ol
:iv tl
' ��� .tmlnster will .        g   I    efo
itive    council    when
comes.
FORTUNE   IN   VACANT   LOT
i ��� . i���-._ .     Feb.   26. - Three    million
....    rs   in  $100   oiils  i-   buried  ia  a
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
TENDERS WANTED.
When you want any I. ��� ; pairing done, such as gun . umbrellas,
typewriters or any li^h; . tic machinery, go to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "'Man  on  the Wheel."!
B
It you have a preference you've   only   to   expres-,   it,   for we hJ
everything   that's  correct  m  Hats,
I REID & CO.
I CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS.
LETTERS  TAKE  TEN   YEARS
TO  REACH DESTINATION!
vacant lot,  the  plunder of either the]    Tenders will b.  received by th
car barn bandits or Paul Stensland
the former Milwaukee avenui banker
according to Mr, and Mrs. Chrales L
S vi rson Late last night they w.-r.
Ilgging then In .1.. search of the
��� ���. isun ���'��� hi n they wen ��� Ized by thi
polk"-.
Wh. n ta ��� ���   to iii" station they said
a  spirit had -'ii led them to the ?pol
thi   tn I ij*.    They wei i
d ai ised to v ail  until day-
intlnung their search,
Chicago,  Feb.  ���JO.���Two    discolored
'letters,  containing    orders   tor  i;oods
der-igned up to March 5th, at .". p.m. mailed more than ten years ago by a
���.'��� ring all  the bouses  In    lie  former  salesman    In    Chicago,   have
numbering to be done on theljus'   been received  through the mails
block   system.    Tenderers   to   submit by  the  Adchule'r    Wrapper company,
samples ... figures   to be used, and to  Wankegan.   111.      From   their appear
.  ate ';'"������ foi - orapletlon of the woi
Tl ������ '."'.'.esl ".��� any   ender no| ���.-.- c. -
-:        accepted
v\'. .'.
City   Ha I
18, 1909.
New
DUNCAN,
City   Cler
.'. ���   tmlnster, Fi
Waukeftan.   Ill.j
ance It is supposed thej have been
in a mail box all the time. The pes-
ml authorities have made no ex
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���1X���
THE        DAILY NEWb
Westminster's  Home  Paper.
TENDERS.
Fraser River Ser
Tend.':-, wanted tor brick lavatory at|	
Central Bchool, this city.      Plans and:
specifications  at   the office cl  W.    '   *j_%f-f--      I-?   irt*inr
Goodfellow, architect, Dominion Trust! ��-_*'t��l ���    IXCHIIUl
building.      Lowest   tender  not  n> <������������������ i Will leave New Westminster(orft
sarily    accepted.      Tenders   must  be wack on
received by the undersigned not    iti .
than 1-, noon, of March 2nd, uex
K.   LENNIE.
TUESDAY.    THURSDAY   4S3SI
URDAY.
APPLICATIONS  WANTED.
PLEA    FOR    HEALTH
he public v -   rail       '   r thi
fori   beii I      h stablish a Uo-
Inioti   !'..      i oi   il- alth,
-   ;,   matti     -��� :  ��� '   ' equin -   noi   only
..   co opi    tlo thi     proi inces
through  the  pro     cla   board-. !���������   ol
��� . micipalitl      ..i: i . ounties     Yet the
federal authoritj can deal with Impor-
ons of  Im] . .   : iod,    drugB    and
oods, and tn other  ways.    The  pro
. mcial |i gi latures can pas.- law    em-
owering municipalities to Instil
saniiary regulations. The control of
rl .'.ts. lake-, and ti earns Into which
each person assumei thi right to dump
hi- refuse, and every city and town to
.train its sew rage, i divided between
the federal and the provincial govern nents.
Few hou teholdei's are tree to live
In surroundings chosen by themselves,
On 'he manner in which this duty
of making people's conditions healthy
is performed depend    the public health,
The magnitude of 'lie problem musl
be admitted,  for it include- noi only
i.. proper di posal of sewage ai
v   bul    .'   ntlfli     ��� reel    cii anin ���.
rater  supply,   houi     Inspection,  and
the treatmi nl  of Infei llou   di-. a i
Th,. avei age hou enolder i i del  ��� Ij
. :,"! am   of tl        I '.:u ui   i tiles  of    aiu-
lon   an.l . ���!��� n offend    aga nst  the
Ic regulations  ivhlc i are frequi ntly
ore honored In the breach than the
'���i vine.    Th n    hould bi an i if irt
made to din ci thi   disposal of wasta
in households and to Inculcate   -auitaiy
"ties Into thi  mlndt ol children,   The
first  should   bi   don    by   boards    of
ealth, in plain and i Imple language;
the   second   by     Inst ruction     in     the
Bchools on  t1.    necessity  foi   cleanll-
ss and   it -   ��� ��� .oiling  benefits. .
m
8
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^>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB��
The "Maximum
Shoe
$4.00
$4.50
$5.00
PER PAIR.
VICTORIA'.   VIEW.
MEN'S  PATENT
LEATHER   BLUCHERS.   "Maxi-
$4.50
Sjmiim Make'
HJ ^^      ffii
t0MEN-S  PATENT  LEATHER  BLUCHERS,   with P��
BDuII -
���ga juuu Kid Uppers and Patent Leather Facing, per VA\\
gjpair $5.00gi^
9 MEN'S   OX-BLOOD    BLUCHERS,   the   swellestffi
Ij'J looking Shoe that ever came to town, pair....$4.50 83
ffl MEN'S OX-BLOOD OXFORDS, the most up-to-date ��
ffl Shoe on the market, per pair
at ii a.m.,
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IgD   I  Up to .March  1. at   5  p,  m '.��� .." It OH   i\"i
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ami   references as   to  ability  and  ��� < accomodai              vest
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W. A. DUNCAN Cltj i : R. Wi* tmore. Mgr.
City  Hall,  Feb.   16,  19   ' New We.
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WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble?!:
so bring the watch to us and we will put it ingoj
order, and make it NOT ONLY RUNbutalso""
ACCURATE TIME"
The Jew*|
W. C. CHAMBER LIN
COLUMBIA   STRi-fcT,     NEW WESTMINSTER
Sole agent for the Longin-s and Hamilton  Wa    . ^'"v':
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" THE WARDR0H\
PHILUPS,
CLOTHIER
Remarkable Values of
Men's Odd P<��\
$3.7.5 and $4.00 Values for $3.00.
,l and ����*1
.he
These trousers are made frot:
panUngs,   Coming In brown, light and dark ..
check and -tripe patterns, also plain   n.'ivy    ��� .������ain"''!
us,, an extra pair of trousers and If you wanl "'  m
it   is;   $3.76  and |4.00   values  for    "*'___���
finest  Sco H
irei, *--
Every �������'
New Westminster must -hire In the
Asperity which will make her neigh-
:,..r iVancou. v Bo great, It Is riot
i asy io say ��;���;:��� the Royal Cit; on tlie |
Fraser may noi expeci with confidence
viiai with the numerous railways thai
ill reach It, and the development of |
��� ���   splendid    agrlcull ira]    region of
which ii is naturally the headquarters;
i tha.    it will   be a   growing and
��� "-perou- city is beyond the shadow
of a doubt.���Victoria Colonl-t.
8
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THE    "MAXIMUM"     IS    A    YOUNG
FELLOW'S   SHOE.
    $4.50��
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FOR   SALE   BY
50c Buys Odd Pants, Extra
\\
Good Value at 5*
madeoff
Tii
��� tin'!'
have just a limited number at this prlo
strong Halifax tweed, just the proper kind for   ' '���������'        i'"' {(lfl
In dark colorings of grey, brown, pepper and salt ""M""lh], nM
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
EBBBSEi;!
choc
price
patterns,     aizes 21  to
While the
lasi  ���'
$1.50 Sweaters tor $1-00.
These are made of good, strong Canadian yarn ela
collar In plain, navy only.
Regular |1.50, for  ...
���tic M1'1
There are five doz
n oni
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PHILLIPS,
THE WARD" f\
CLOTHM
209 211  COLUMBIA ST.
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RDAV. FEBRUARY 27. 1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS
PAGE VTYK
MflenU*w
Roval Worrier
I Q . -s_tS
T. H. Smith
Agents for
D.  &  A
Corsets
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Interesting News
FOR  SHREWD SHOPPERS
remised   underneath aomi   bai ���    hould Instantly
entlon of all to whom  i wnorn .   appeals.     Ho
a single Item.     They are  all   big    mom       saver*.      READ
OCR  BARGAINS AUK BARGAINS
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;City News;
��  ������  ������   mHlmwOm9<��mm#+*-**+  ������ ������ ������ ���������:���������.:'���������.:'���������������,'���*
���__i Special!      Special!
WE WILL FURNISH YOPR BEORO OM FOR
40c
and 50c Hose
for 25c a Pair
/en of Wonme's fin,, and   hea\ ed  Cashmere Hose.
a; sizes ^J/. to 10;     a    .plend I    snap.       Seamless
ar 40c and 50c value- | .:- 25c
Sand. Davidson, captain of No. 2
fire hall, returned yeserdaj- from a
visit   to his  old  home in  Nova Scotia
A good appearance la an invaluable
asset, noi  a luxury, but a necesslt.
Ring up I'.-'T-   in 1 Ii I  us renovai.
clothi s.      . .   v   Dye Work-     **
Anton Maxymenko came  up  >'���
day   and     elected     for     speedy
which   was   fixed   for   .March   5.    The
charge la one of abduction,
and Mrs. Weberg ���will re
.oo
AND IP
Consisting of 1 <   poles, 2 set-, trimmings, 2 pair lace cm-
���.--ive till   tains,  i   iron bed, ]  spring, 1 mattress, 2 sheets. 1   pair   blank.its,    I  com
 i  Vprll. r": '      ���   Pair piltow.   i   pair pillow-cases, 1    table,    1    chair.   1 rocker, l
stand
'���   ��� ,      .; b ar.
a      grocei - *'
:   i he   Westmlnsti r dis
S  d la- school association
tomorrovi   afternoon   a:
thi   '. ... nne church at '.: -5.
Rose & Camillla    oranges
finest  grown in California
ar,    thi
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA ST., New Westminster,|B.C.
Opposite Lome Street.   Phone 73.
et-te   who  escaped
ntlarj  on Wednesdaj   R0*:*0":*���*^^
.,:ir al libert.     Clues as
ICurtain Muslins
to Be Cleared Out
Values up to 45c for 22 l-2c.
earing out all our regular   35c  and  45c    Prilled  Coin Spot
,nd Madras  for curtaining,    width-    il  Inchea  to 52 Inches.
: quite a scatteration of   fancy   Madias   and   Brise   Brlse   in
also  clearing   for    22 1-2,-
15c Sash Muslin for 10c
New s has i���!���< n n ceived from Dr.
Vanstone brothei of W, E. Vanstone
ihat his brother is making stead?
I "Ogres-,   towards   complete   recover.
abouts
Hy.
are multiplying
Easy Terms
i
White and  lire, n  Sash M     li
lolng for, per yard	
ind  Pretty S'HJt and Stripe
 10c
Six a     . . Ions   bo fai   hai e  ; ���,,!1
tot   .ti,    position ol  cii:   . ii
All dealers handle "B. C." an.1. "OW       .        Thej musl be In the hands o
Sport"    cigars       The    old    reliable ,  ���      -,.vk Duncan    ...   Monda.   nl
brands. ���"
. st-i ass cut flower, and   anj
A O. Powell, provincial governmenl   _���.... .    0f    Floral      work,     telephone
engineer to Inquire into the Coquitlam   ;-.,       .   eenhouse, B208, **
dam scheme, ������ 11] noi ai rl\ e till Tubs J
. I .    ininencing     Monda;. public  *
n the citj wii) opt .   ai 9 a m   j
For tabl.   dei .rations and   wi i iir.    ... .  ,., ., n.   :,nn v\\\ close ai  -^
bouquets���a specialty, R.ug up   Tldj instead . .      , .    .     as  al
the Florist, 184 ������    f
n   'J room   h,.use  on   Third   avi
nue, corner lot, In good repair; on i
line.    Price   $2500.    Terms   Jinn
.. ance  on  monthly  payment -
-   per  Ci nt.       MOVE  QUICK.
:
A Drive in 36-Inch
! Bleached Long Cloth
12 Yards of White Long Cloth for $1.00.
.ere fortunate In securing at a  big   Liscount  over 3000 yards of
white long cloth.     Ii is full 36 Inches wide and has a nice
.    finish   8%��   yd ,   or 12   yards  foi   $1 00       Note���Noi  less
tl ...   ' yards cut.
20c Victoria Lawn 12 l-2c
Is  tine Victoria  Lawn. I . and 42 Inches  R'lde, the very thin-;
���.-. Waists, etc.     On Bale ai  12 '.-lv.
_____B___-l___rW_____________��----_--__M_______Ba__________M-^
An Eye-Opener
in Table Linens
50c Table Damask for 30c Yard.
The Tnansfei       expected to resum. ..  hav.   alreadj        . n   to
the down river run next  week   Cap     uake the traditional Sl   P day
W. Robinson will be In charge and J.j.    . ���     al  New   Westminster a reco .1
Heay, engineer.      The mate has also breaker,     The city Is rathi id of j
I n selected ical   talent   and   knows    ial   the   .'
best   will  h
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R   PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
0*0*0��0<K>40eOO��K>��K>"K)"K>>>_^
\\ lien onbMiii_ i.ran_..- see that the
Rose & Camillla w rap] i i are 01
them. ������
~~4
:.   . gathered al S1   i'a:
rick's hall  on  the nlghi of the 17th.
. ,.  program -a111 be published shortly.
In a basketball game played ai Co
Uinibian   college   yesterday   afternoon,j
the North Ward team of Victoria, de-: .
I b
feated the college by 22 points to 1
The visit.,rs had the heavier team.
ol  magnificent  I hr. e-quai ter  Bl
. \\ ith real  pri tt.. floral <fi
Bale  for   	
rate   Linen  Damask,
A -i-nuine snap. Reg
 30c
The action of   islah   I tainst
B -'.'ii Jameson, Nun ol    Sllverdale,
th.   Fraser    River    SalmlUs company
elng made a pany  a- co-defendants,
wa    bend in the countj court y, ster
daj   '..fore His  Hoinn  Judge  Howay,
Clear   Havana   cigars  of    exclusive  The action  was for $214.50 .     wagea
merit���the  "Brillante,"   made  ti>   the ��� ''   ' '   to  be  due  under   thi   Wood
B.  C. Cigar factory ���'   man's   Lien   for   \\ ...     ., .Imlg
menl was reserved
Aldermen Graj and Jardine lefi
yesterday for Seattle to arrangi :
the reception of Westminstei w ���
dents on Wi���stiniiiser day, June 14.
and for advertising the city in Woods
& Reber' booklet ill connect ion with
the Alaska Yukon-Pacific expos itl
ce
Order Your
������
Bran,
A  verdict  for $Tnn for the  plantlff
rendered   yesterdaj   morning   n
the civ of Curran vs. thi   B   C.  E
company, heard   In   Vancoui i       Mr,
Curran   wtia.   one   of   the    i      ns   In-
ired  in the  ae.'i.i. in  on Inti i
���;; ban   line   near  Qladstom    . i ������   No
Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS, it CO. ltd.
Piione 335.
186 Columbia   Street.
P.   O.   Drawer  100.
75c Table Damask for 40c
rd    T2 inch fine three-quartei     It'..-ach     Damask     mote    the
'. in pretty design      The quality   being   Al      Regular T'.c.    On
ill   tor   inc.
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
Knock the cover off _ box of "B. ''' ���'��� He was -ruck on the head
C." cigars and try one. It will make and knee. The knee has Bine been
a "ijjt." ������   weak, and    will  noi    bi     '   iled  toi
01 ..    month i,     lu   ch u .-. Jury
Four  thousand tons  of  steel   rails   the learned juste,, asked them to bear  Who-
brought   in.ui   Liverpool  on  the  Blue   in mind tuai the) must have no preju ,
Funnel liner Keoinun  for use in the d      for the poor man or againBi the
construction of the B. C. E.  R. Chli- comimny.     The company was due toi Besl Hams, per lb	
llwack line, will  be taken to Clover-jpay fair wages au.I nothing more. Th-'*,|,.,.- g0(ja Biscuits, pel   tin
Phone 97
V(��u wan i
GROCERIES
18c
25c
dale on Monday for distribution along  man bad refused a voluntary offer of
the rout.'.     The rails will be unloaded 111600 from the company.
from  the    liner    at    Vancouver and j
[shipped   here  On   C.   P,   Rear-. WHITE  SLAVERY  STORY
DENIED  BY AMBASSADOR
Ask  your grocer for  Rose & Ciimil-I 	
la brand of naval oranges, **
At the residence of A, K. Day, Seventh street. Charles Martin Weberg
and Miss Lizzie Helen Day were mar
ri.d yesterday evening by Rev. Georg,
Wood, of Vancouv; r, uncle of the
bride, assisted by Rev. j, s. Henderson. The bride was given away by
her faiher, and was attended by her
sister, Miss Keith Day. Charles Man
tiering acted as groomsman. About
fifty guests were present  at the Cere-
BIRTHS.
MOORB���February   25, at   Keary   st
the wife of (I.  II.  Moore, of a son.
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MacKays  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a;_d Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co. 1 TO YOU
Washington, Feb. 2d.���After an official investigation conducted by cable. Baron Mayor lies I'lanchrs, the
Italian ami assador, has issifed an official denial of a published story that
following the It.tilian earthquake a
large number of orphaned children
had .been sold into "white slavery''
abroad.
Huntley .v Palmer Bl -. ull . 2 pk 25c
itig Navel Oranges, per dos, ....25c
No.  I   Highland  Potatoes,    ack $1.25
Thre-.  packages   Force for 10c
Milk (Blue Ribbon brand), can . ,10c
Ml     (Canadian brand), two i ir 25c
Coi n and  Pi a8, can   10c
Tomatoes,  two  per    25c
Tea-, and coffee, are a specialty with u-. try a package of Rakawana
Ceylon t.a al 35c or three pounds tor $1.00 Ib-st Mocha and Java fresh
ground coffee. |0o per lb.; or we can phe yon the best value In the city for
2'ic per lb.
ADAMS & DEANS-
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
MAKE YOUR DOLLARS
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Ill's Important
)oksellers Stationers News Dealers
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Vancouver   an]    way
Will   run   every   half
'   5:50   a. in.    Last
W  11   p.  in.
���������  '"'lives Vancouver at
1:30 p.m,
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, an.l b tj minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. '��
Sapperton Line: Cat- l;l''
at   ten  minutes after the hour,
after
half pant and fifty minutes
iir.
the    depot    every
1 ''��� ;   for both Sap-
'  '   I city in
the   hour,
a. m.
commencing at  6:30
line.
iinitx over the
Sunday service half-hourly be-
and 11. P- m
tween 8:80 a. m.
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ritish Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,
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to have your prescription   Bitted I
accurat'-iy    and    honestly     We i
make a special  department    of
thia branch of our business, and1
have adopted a system of checking so   that  no    mistakes    ran
creep in.    You may    feel   sure
that  you   have  the  right  thins?
when  dispensed at    our   store.
We pay the highest    wages    In
order to secure the best    help.
Every  department, of our business is up to date.    Hig
fresh  stock   and  we claim our
average   prices  are   the   lowest
We fill proscriptions for peOpM
too poor to pay FRKK.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Everyone knows now hard it is to do it sometimes, but by buying
what   you   require   at   the   lowst  poSS'ble  rates you  can do it.
I will help you in I material way if you place your flre and other
insurance with me as I can give you the lowest rates in the city.
Whether it Is your stcck. your buildings, your home, your furniture or
your life that you wish to insure, I will guarantee to place it for you at a
lower premium than others charge.
I write all kinds of insurance in and place it in Canadian companies
only, so that the cost is not only lesa but your money is helping to build
up home Institutions instead of going to swell the wmHI) tti foreign corporations.
All I ask is that you g've me the chance to quote you a rata and I am
satisfied   you   will   be  convinced.
S Alfred W. McLeod
I
INSURANCE
ARMSTRONG   BLOCK,
BROKER
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC
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RAILWAYfCOMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Snatile will leave daily at 9.13 am;
vain for all points East at 3.20 p.m ;
-rain   for  Agasslz at  5.42   p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars and reservi*.
t'cus apply
ED. GOULET,
..gent, New Westminster.
to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pa9s.  Agt.. Vancouver.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and Eighth.
High CLasa Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Liberal Leader
On Expenditures
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
Telephone 54.
P. O.  Box 665
Wing  Yuen Co.
LADIES'  AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
Graniteware :
Just arrived���Full and complete stock Graniteware, in all the very
in west designs, and al thi lowest possible prices. Call in and Inspect our stock;  no trouble to show   same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
crease of $80,700 over the sum, devoted to that purpose last year. These
figures do not include tho expenditure-
for bridges, which are given separately. For bridges generally throughout
j ihe province $225,000 is set aside, as
well as $100,000 for wharves.
Much Money for Vancouver.
The big single Item in the estimates is of course ih.at of public
works, for which ihe total appropriation Is $2.aS;U,100. The biggest single
contribution to this is for the Vancouver court house for which $2i,0,00() is
set aside, noi to mention $ii'!,000 in
the supplementary estimates. When
completed the building is estimated to
cost a quarter of a million. To erect
the first building of the Coquitlam
asylum the sum of $121,500 will bei
devoted.
Among the votes passed yesterday,
were $65,620 for legislation, $229,116
for the maintenance of public institutions; $200,000 lor hospitals and
clarities; $172,050 for the administration of justice other than salaries, and
$61 1,560 for education.
Vote  for   Fisheries,
(in the vote for fisheries, $22,500, .1
A,   Macdonald   (Rossland)   wanted   to
know   what the voir covered.    The al
j tornej   general   replli .1   thai    it    Included all expenses, and among thenii
I the salaries of a number of provincla 1
constables, mostly on the Fraser, who
were  also  fishery  overseers.    One ol
thi se   had   for   the   firsi    time    ben:
placed   at  Naas   river,   two  at   Rivet-
Inlet, and one al Pori lv sing ton   'I he
>lli cted   liens.,   fees.     Continuing,   Mr,   I lowser explained   1 hat   ��� \
1    1   bi ��� 11   ucui red   and   would
' 'in ri .I   in   inv -.;Igatlng   r.  not.
���   11-    -   wl-.     Several   long   and
v'.w had 1 11 madi   b
di put} fish commissi! ner and others in ordi r to make first-hand obser-
,1 Ions of ia tnd movements
of th��  .almon, and the best  methods
of ensuring     ���  .       ipagation.
Issuance of Licenses.
Mr. Oliver I I 1   curl-
... .in
. Japs on the
���   and   thi of   Issuing
them.     I of Ja
���
- book -���  of
licenses were left at the canneries for
distribution and that some had evea
found their way into the hands of
fishmongers at New Westminster, who
had been issuing licenses as they
pleased all the summer.
Bowser Didn't Know.
Mr. Bowser said that licenses were
only issued to British subjects. As to
the alleged irregularities, the- systea
was put into force for the first time
during the past year and the officers
had had no previous experience. The
result was that at first In some cases
th�� custom adopted ny the Dominion
officials of leaving books of licenses
with the management of canneries tor
distribution had been followed. The
practice, however, had only continued
for a few days, when it had ben
brought to his attention. He had
stopped it immediately He ku.��v-
nothing of ihe fishmongers. Nothing
of the kind had been reported to bun
and he did not do detective work personally,
Money   for  Hospitals.
Parker Williams  (Newcastle)   1 iked
concerning  the  grant of $25,1    for
assistance in building hospitals, and
wanted to know If ibis sum was already earmarked or if it would b--
available for contingencies as they
might arise Iir. Young stated hai
the sum wa largelj available foi
emergencies.
Coquitlam   ��sylum.
On the vote of $121,500 lor the ('"
quitlam  as j lum   1 Ir,   Young said   tha
the governmenl had taken everj pains
t.   . ather   the   bei 1   Information   and
also   taken   advantage  of    the
11 imlsslon en  ; he subject        u d
1 intario, \\ iii< h  bad  recent Ij   n   01 '".I
The   a-.' linn    a      deal) ni d    '���- as
ip-to ' 1 ..   and    resembb !    In
general  plan  the new Onta   0
tion     rhi .liv as projei ted
11    or tl    11 ���
 plated othei
id  ��lien  need   I,     fin j   I ad
plcnditl farm
11 live years lie ex lect.
. linn would    e
Prince   Rupert   Surveys.
1 'ii   tl    iniates   for    sui vej
���  ���   Rupei I, an Item ol $2
I Delta)   entei   .1    .
rhi       ��� ...
ii. na',   . um.     in   ot hi 1     a
1 v, .       25  c. 1.
while   in   Prince   Rupi r|   ll   evi-
.1
��� 'Ivi tulle
iWed   to
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Ccl-��m-'�� Coaat Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE!
ROUTE.
Operative January  13.
S S. Princess Victoria leaves \ un- j
couver 10 p. m.. go*0- dlrect to "Sl'-|
attle daily except Monday.
.S S. Princess Royal leaves Vancou- ���
,,.;  Bl '���' a. m. for Ylctoria daily, except Wednesday,
S. S. Princess Charlotte leaves Vancouver at 1 p. m. daily for Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New  Westm'nstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on  W<-d- '
1 nesday
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 10th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahouset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m- daily,
1 ��� ept Sunday. Leaves Nana.mo at
? u. m.
SKAGWAY  ROUTE.
Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
12th  and 26th.
NORTHERN   B.  G.   ROUTE.
S.S.   Beatrice   leaves  Vancouver Jan.5,
19th;   Feb. 2nd.
S.S.   Princes?   May   leaves   Vancouver
Dec. 29th, Jan.  12th, Jan. 36th.
OP   RIVER.
er���
Prom    New * Wei tin ni ter    M 11
'. ��� in.- ��� laj  an I Frid.i     tt I
From Chilliwack T ie da , Thui      y
��� lay al 7
Synopsis
^nadibii
filiation.,
bla, may, 2*!^
'-'tit-
l*' md'J ''        ' teaded bv      *
"���hoi3^"  u^/N
"ftnaleot    Uy^JHj
extent of ��� quarter secull
acres, moit ... \r^ Vi"U%^
Entry ni 11 ���������    ,. ,���,,,,,
*hlch ** Htuate i*1
proxy may, however, be made!?]
tain conditions by the father ll
son. aaugiiv, brother or Bls;e^
intending homesteader, u
Th�� homesteader ib .eqmr.d J
form the con
coiiiiected :ieij
of ����  Hmk
i' "     eservatlons   and   tnri
������ address
KD, GOTTLET.
A'/ent,   >^ew  Westminster,
c.  B   FOS. ER
.���st. (!en.  Pass.  J\gent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Super'rtflndent. vtetorls.
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
r.
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's   Home   Paoer.
with    under    one
plans:
(U    At lea ,..;    ,      I
upon   and  . .   ,- ,
each  year lor three years,
'-���   Ktiefath.   (or mother ufl
falher l8 *1"" "���'  the \o_
steader resides upon a farm lo J
vicinity of the land entered fa J
requirements a lence mm
eatisfied bj I
the father or mi
(3)    If the       lei lias
r'"; residence        . r .,-ming laad-J
ed by him in tin  .   Inlty j
stead, lhe :' .      13 tor(.
dence may b. .  rMy
upon the said
Six mouths' notl ���   q .v. ingtM
be given to the O ;.|
Inlon Lan I |
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coa
ed for a p
at   an   an: ental of I
Not    more
��� i :u 1 ne
\ I. alty at :
ton shall bi
���   ' . coal ���   1
lie; uty of I      Mil
THE HOME        P APH
I       ; ���     P
the H
The     Daily
10c
Prime Mutton and Veal
Pork of Excellent Flavor
Direct trom the Plant and Abbatoir of J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO., Edmonton, Alberta.
Butchered, Dressed and Shipped Under Government Inspection.
SOLD BY
Reichenbach Co., Ltd
Pure Food Purveyors
Phone 10l.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. FE��RUARY 27. 1909.
THE l��All i NEWS
TACT.  S: \ t-N
The Daily News
WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
PHONES;
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We are after your
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 day
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
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snatches a few minutes to glance at the
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WESTM INSTE R'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
THE NORTHERN CROWN BANK.
thi   Result   of the Business cf the   Bank  For the Year  Ende.
31st    Doicember.    1908.
Credit of Profll a��_ Lee.   ' 1st De
���..--          ........ .
������    thdtag :.-. ..(���.���   .   . .   -
. Oewa Ban* a ; . profll
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GENERAL STATEMENT.
-:   December.   '-'���
IAB	
$..
59  40
J
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Dividends
,   2nd   .la n n
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I       . .11 Canada
Balances lu<  to other Banks and  .gents    <"���
when     ian Can id United    Kingdom
f *���   ^*
5
^_vr>y\ ii T/~7ry
MOORE
Bargain Day
These prices are for
THIS DAY ONLY.
Terms Cash.
9
.. S SS
i-     :' ".   s   -��� *-
I 10
i :���
PICNIC   HA.M-
>       1,2.1 3$
\   I35.S60 n
l.V
12c
->    ��� ���  -
���
������A.* ON
$1.
;:-'.- s;
I 18,620 i'.1
VSSK19
Gol i .11. : S  i     Coin Current
Govi iniii. nt   1>. man I   Notes
$   179,742 16
L.233.307   ��� ������
20c
.*   A  B. ONION PICKLES, nf.i .
, 25c
: i,\ CA -SUP  (large   ��� m ,
Res toda.   ��� >>
55c
STRICTLY   FRESH   EGGS,
'
I 113,049 91
Deposit wiih Dominion Government required bj
An ol Parliament for Becurltj of general
Bank note Circulation  76,000 00
Du.   v> Agents una other Hunks in Canada   , 1.603 70
Due by Agents and other Banks in Greai  Britain 34,001 si
Uu.. by Agents .m.i other Banks -lae'Mkere   than
in Canada and the United Kingdom ... 819,974 11
i   Dominion and Provincial Government Securltli 165,000 00
1   Canadian Municipal .< Foreign PublicSecurlti. 234,195 73
i   Rallwaj and other Bonda  Debentures and Stocks     S42.594 n
i
Notes of .uml Cheques on other Banks       946,443 10
r.ili and Shorl  Date Lioaua In Canada	
Current  i.ivms ..mi Discounts and othei assets
itnnla Premises and otfiiv Furniture Winnipeg and Bt  uch< -
u.-ni Estate other than Bank Pretnlaee	
Overdue Debt, secured and unsecured (estimated lo    provld
. ^^^I^H^_^^^H________________________________I
2,917,818 96
140,718 97
9,264.306 9
363,878 03
i.. 180 "0
43,628 B8
The Northern Crown Bank
Winnipeg, 31st December, 1908
818,148,680 80
R. CAMPBELL.
General Manager
30c
LARGE   FANCY  ORANGES.
Pel   loaea
20c
C    .�����   B    VINEGAR.
10c
NEW  DATtS.
Tin        ������  m.i'. fur
9
__;>c
LIFE  dUOY  SOAP,
Pi     cake.
5c
LARGF   UAH  CLIMAX   SOAC.
Pei bar,
Railway Time Tables
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHKACITL COAL
J08EPH   MAYERS
Successor t.��
Mayers <- Pre-iton
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.    J
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Curs leave Vancouver for Now Weft-
minster at 6:60, 8:60, 7:80 and sum
a.m., and every half hour ."hereafter
until 11:80 p.m,
('urn leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 6:60, 6:20, f>:.ri(), 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., nnd every half hour thereafter until   11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
("ur.-; leave Vanoouver fur Now Weet-
mln -ter at  8:00 and 9:00 am, and
every   half   hour   thereafter   until
11:30 |. in.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van-
r-oiivi'i' al   S'.iiii a.in., anil i-vry half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. L-aatI Palmer  Bros.  Engines
car 11  nil p.m
D. J. McQuarno, Local   Man.iyer, New i   J '���>IM~I>
Wrstminstor.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
P. O   Box  171.
Tel
Res   129
Gasoline Engines
Wc   Sell   the  Celebrnted
Great   Northern   Railway.
i.v. N.W, 8:20 a in . in   Seattle i p.t_
l.v. N.W, 1:36 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p tn
Lv. N.W, 12:10 a.m ; ar. :;. '* lie 7:16
a.m.
l.v. Seattle 8:10 a.m . ar   N W   I p m,
Lv, Seattl. I 25 p.m .  ar   N W, 9
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11 30 p.m .  ������"   N.W. 6:80
a.m.
q. n. R.���Port Gulchon.
No, 397 leaves New Westminste-
3:60 p.m., arrlvs Gulohon 8 p.m. Fridays'; also connections hy -0.10-a._n.
except New west minster Tuesday am.
1:36 Thursday.
Leave OuichdiB f.30 "���"'- ar'lvp N
!w. 8:45 Fridays;  alt-0 COtitteetlofts by
2   p.m.  e*C��p1   (Million   Tuesday and
16 a.m. Thursday.
ILv.  N.W.  6:20 a.m.,  3  I""-. a��d 0:55
: p.m. for Vancouver.
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4 p.m. and
'11 :r>,0 p.m. for Westminster.
MRO-f. :>>>.
AM) FOI W
���CYCLE
����� v.oiim
I \i.i\i B
20c
ONIONS.
Bi iv   ,-��������� 11  foi
25c
WASHING   AMMONIA.
Pn  bottle,
20c
BEST  ENGLISH  PICKLES.
Two bottles for
25c
(RIDGWAY'9  TEA,
Tin.e pound tin f��i
90c
LANTERN   GLOBE8,
Regular " foi   '���"���.. tout
25c
B.  C.  CREAM   (large  s'-ei,
Two   fm
25c
IHE HOME PAPER
Is  the   Paper  That  Prints   All
Of     the     Home     News,
T��"     Dally    News
10c a  Week.
i i _ to 86 h p    ' ami l cycle,   Baal
lain., on Hi" mini..'  Engines kepi m
pun k  HI
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
TOMATOES.   AUTO    BRAND.
Pei  tin.
10c
CORN, AUTO   BRAND.
Two for
25(.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW K. OF P. HALL.
Eightn and Agnes Streets.
Hours*. Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon.
2:30 to 6; evening, 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates 25c. On Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
will bo furnished skates for 10c. Commutation tickets now on sale. 'Phone
A 483.
tl. MOORE
At Kyle's
Old Stand
255 Front St.
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f     PAGE EIGHT
THE  DAILY  NKWS.
^TURO,V,FEbrua
Once More
we wish to bring before the
public of New Westminster;*
these unsurpassed bargains. ���
Just glance over the follow- X
ing prices and see how much J
you might save by CASH X
BUYING. J
Tree
Spray
i
t
���
X
4
4
4
4    A   SOLUTION   OF   LIME   AND   J
SULPHUR.
ENDORSED     BY     THE     PRO-   4
VINCIAL       INSPECTOR       OF
FRUIT   PESTS.
FOOTBALL CLUB MAKES
OFFICIAL CHANGES
New Officers Elected By the
Members ��� Managership
Abolished By Resolution.
For ilie second time iliis seasoa the
Westminster foothall club lias found it
necessary to reorganize sump of the
offices, .unl iliis was carried out last
evening. The personnel of ihe executive uus strengthened, and one or two
X other offices ailed. The club decided
to do without a manager for the pres-
Raymond Flour, per barrel .   ...$6.2G
Raymond  Flour, per sack tfi.tk"
HiO lbs. ii. C. Granulated Sugar, J5.7B
.".  in. sack  Granulated   Sugar    .$1 15
SOLD   BY
���nt.
I Anderson & ���
Hi. tin Golden West Baking Powd. i
for 85c  *
���
I. tin Golden Wesi Baking Powder T
for    -'Oc  ���
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Lusby
Benefit  for  Saul.
A benefit match will be plaed for A.
Saul, Injured  in the  WeBtham  Island
match mi  Saturdaj   week, the Shamrocks ..li. ring  to  come  ��.v. r  if  ihelr
expenses   were paid.      However,  they
have no open date till March -", nnd
+       being  iIhuikIii   better  to  make  an
JI earlier fixture, ihe  matter remains in
ui   It.   Sawyi r   to   arrange
The Assortment of
Ladies'
Ready-to-Wear
in-   of  fresh   Herring  for   ....
iott]es of  Pickles  for  	
tins of the verj besl Salmon foi
lb
Columbia Street
��� ; lie  bands
��� 'with   the    Vancou\ er     icaiiis     in  the
J  league.     The   Shamrocks    hat*   first
.nc
!5C
ick of 'he choii est Japan Rice
 13c
>  pai   ages of Fore., for 25c
packages of'Poultry Food 25c
i
] bottle of K'd Cabbage only .. .25c
l tin of Cambridge Wafers for ..25c
: lb. boxes ol first-class Tea for..|1.00
��� . toria Cross Tea only, per lb.. .40c
't 11 in Robertson Marmalade for 85c
���i lb in Robertson Marmalade for 50c
.. b i> Robertson Marmalade for 25c
Rob, iIson  .i'.in in .im
Fair Piano Players
fc:
who are really fair in their judgments
and   criticism-    bestow    the   highest
only, each 20c  Pra'se upon i        ... v   on account of
their  excellen
Eating   ur     ''ini.iiv     i'li..cola;.',   per  av, showings,
���h 30c   ,,. ...'   | .'  t]
m.   .unl   touch.    We
ndid new Instru-
At   th
���  choice,  because  Saul formerly��� played
with   them.      For  a   similar    benefit
game the Shamrocks and the Thistles
will  be engaged on  March  20,      1 lie
Thistles were   mentioned   as   partlcu
larly good tor a drawing card here, in
, i '\\  of the pasl experience,
Vacancies  Killed.
There were    I �� o    vacanci. s on ihe {*..
executive   committee,  and   the  second g
\ ie.' |.resident   hud  uls.i  failed   to qual.  j.
ify.     A. G. Beaton di dined this vice
presidency, and F. i��. Can field received
the office after   -evi ral   had  '!��� clined
The    two    executive    vacancies were
tilled by the eh i tion  of   l    i Id ly and
il. G.  Wade.
Beaton |s Delecpte.
The control and sell ci Ion of the i ��� im
the nn "i;n-; lei ��������� ��� poiarlly In the
liunils of th. exi i utive, ��� 111 other arrangements ui.- made, with the captain
vM. d when he can attend. 'i he
:   msfer of \v   i..     d. n to the Cei ic
Garments
grows larger every clay. Freight and Express and
Parcel Post keep us busy marking off and placing the
new goods. As the new lines open out we grow more
enthusiastic regarding our up-to-date Spring stock,
We have never before gathered together such a splendid assortment. We< have every confidence that our
customers will appreciate the completeness of our dig.
plays. We emphasize quality in our goods, pay par.
ticular attention to the popular demands and s
and give the best values in every way.
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y.uv.'u  Had die onl)    ,
���-'""���   iti'1 you  Will  ,
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. 10c
ilty  of  n    il'.'ii
SEWING  MACHINES AND TALKING
MACHINES.
sliev  Pineapple for 25c       " 3 w   af] veritable ba
If yi i   .      lo us .be favor to
i-esi   Riilsins  for     25c ��� nan von will li: you have
make   i
I  tuning. There  wil
Thi        ;    ii   i   v,... ,   sauce,
only  per bottle i.'v
rhis  sauce I- equal   to any oi
sauce   ui  the market today,
oppo   il,   he  ha . Ing  been
lefl "H  i.     .    ���  nn d    Bj ,!��� .ti ha I
inanimoils sni of thi   mee In
a ���   ilelei  .'.���   to  tlli    \',im  ��� .ii , er  di- rid
league.
"I    ,.   no   n ui.i-'v   tot   ���   ���
i  ii.. ���       ��� Ing    Uholl    ��� I,
al v -ini, ol the po Ition of S.
III   '���- ��� ���     ..i... was not  pn ���
Australian   I'niiii.'d   Ua'ibit.  only,   per
'in     _*,<:
2 large i in- of Condensed Cream, 25c
- cans of li.���.-:, for  ->-)(.
i   ��� an   ('..in   for k>c
i can Peag , ]0c
J. H. Todd's Big Music House!     ���,::rR',rrCS
COLUMBIA   STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPIY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
I to com ratulate th club on the prog-
.ress made this i a n In Bpite of dif-
. flcuHies, and [jointed oui tliry were
I j third In the league, and in the Baal
pf the I!- (-'- cup, The dub had woi
a considerable position In the .porting
life of the district
Need of Finances.
The coll.-eting committee wil]  continue operations, the call on the finances being still largo.
A i.ra'tire game will be played to
day between the seniors and juniors at
.Moody square, and arrangements are
being made for the team to train tor
the B. ('. cup final next month.
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NEW AND SPLENDID
-BSORTMBNT OF
Linens for
Embroidery
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
?23  F-*ont   St.,  Opposite   Market,  New
WeBtminster.
!   -.nd   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
THIS CIVIC GRAFTER
MUST SERVE  SENTENCE
Boston, Feb. 26.���Failing in an attempt to have the supreme court of
Massachusetts reverse the verdict of
A lower court, Isaac Wotten, formerly
a member of the Lowell water board,
must serve six months in the hous,-
of correction, pay a fine of $500, and
b.- disqualified from ever again holding public Office. This sentence was
Imposed when Wotten was convict<-.i
of requesting a gratuity from Charles
P, Lynch, who was Beeklng a position
a- Inspector in tho water department
in Lowell,
.-"liould be coiisult-d If you want lo   WINTER   WHEAT   IN
Kl! furniture or an auction conducted.
Live Stock liii*iloni<'nt auction held
|. wry Friday morning on Westminster
Moiket; and .very Saturday morning
centres and doilies ln all on Vancouver market,
sizes, in both white undi l'o-.r splendid Incubators very cheap.
brown linens. 1_.ee young fresh    cO-Ws, $30, $50
,,    u.               ���       ���   ,             '*'���'���<' '"',h r-'llf. *?0.
Cu-shion tops ln all the ""��*'	
embroidery designs. i-.-._.-._.-���_._._._,_,_._._._._.���._._._._.���._._._.-
SPLENDID   CONDITION
Winnipeg, Feb. 28,���Reports from
Southern Alberta state that winter
whoat Is in splendid condition, -the
cold we-ather not having done aay
harm, although a good fall of snow !
would make It better.
We have th.- Corticelli silks o
in Roman and FHo, also ft In
full range of perl lustre.'JJ
fustored cotton, coronation ' [
cords and the new bnalds so i >
much  in  vogue now. h ,
CALL AND i.ET US SHOW YOU
A.J. BIRTCHi!
���THE  WHITE   HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
1!
This Means Money I
...to You...
We can now offer you buvs in New Westminster,
Vancouver, Chilliwack and -suburban acreage that
are sure and quick money-makers.
THINGS  ARE  HAPPENING,   SO   IT   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO   MOVE
QUICKLY.
!
msm F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd. [mm
New Westminster, B. C,
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First Arrivals in
New Spring
Coats
$6.95   TO  $10.50.
Neat   stylish ������ n ������
mad ��� ed coi
ei ���   c'oi iv     lv
ly    t ai lored    in
I_.n gt 1 ��� ��� i ,     ���     ui
ma ' ' -Ir   Iii
ii v
A Nice Selection
of Ladies' Black
Coats
N'i ������   .-'��� nil      lust to hand
Li ngth   :'-   Inches;   *tyl ���  is   sen
fitting    with     tp-to-dal        leeve
v k    forced   collar,   self buttom
Well    finish, d    in  everj   n Bpi 11
Several  styles to choose  from ai
$9.50 TO  $12.50.
Another Special
Line of Ladies'
Skirts at $7.50
We are inlying particular attention to the skirt s..ction of our
ready-to-wear department. In
offering this line of skirts al I'-jo
we know that you cannot obtain
bett'-r value anywhere. Panama
and French Venetian cloths tire
���hi ma;.-rials ueed. (foods have
i.e. n thoroughly shrunken before
tviking up. Skirts are nnulo in
seven gored style in plain or
panel front trimmed with buttons and self folds. . All sizes in
waist and length. Our price,
.���ach $7.50
Girls' Sailor Suits
In New Styles
$5.00 TO $6.75
Made of line hard finished, all-
wo.d English -erne Navy only.
During past season- we have experienced siieh a demand for
dark braid trimming <hat we
have these suits trimmed with
narrow black wool braid. Very
effective and serviceable as material and work are of ill" best,
Ladies' Knitted
Norfolk Jackets
$3.25 AND $4.50 EACH.
Two styles showing In the new lot
just to hand. The difference is
In the weight of wool u��od In
knitting. Jackets are made full in
size with belt and pockets; colors,
u-vy, grey, cardinal, black and
cream.      All sizes 32 to 42.
New Lace Trimmings in Great
Variety
i hi   tu i'.  S ���. ''
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affo . li..
Iiown
md  lai        maki
USti
New Linens of
Every Description
I'.I.im SE     LINENS,    .'"
INS     FRONTING S'KN-
HANDKERCHIEF I.I N : ��� -
IjRAWN WORK LINEN'S
���;. II   Mi  THREAD   LINENS   PU.
I.ow    LINENS   80-INCH  SHEET
ING    LINEN,   TOWELINGS,   n
BLE    DAMASK,    NAPKINS .
��� ��� r.      .i  ion* er prices   li in     ������'
Complete New
Stock of Reynier
Kid Gloves
Many customers will welcome the
announcement of the ai rival ol
the new Spring rani;.' of -heS< er
viceable and popular gloves Another fact    which   every person
will welcome |S tile ailllOlltl''"'!.'"'
or lower prices for this B6_S0n
<m every bne. which we have aan-
died In the past. Costs hnve
dropped, which enables us to offer
to our customers Reynier gloves
at tin- old pries.
SlMiO PRIX, PARIS, /%
"Let your next pair of gloves
Reynier made."
Foulard Suiting
35c per yard
Silk finish sateen foulard In navy,
brown and cream grounds wr;''
white spots; beautiful soft fl'"'"'
permanent colors; 30 Inches *^
Plaid Foulard
30c per yard
Similar  in  appearance to nW**
but   slightly    coarser    in  W��
Fast  color and new  pattern, ��
yard	

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