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 riRE
iNSURANCE
WHIT6, SHILES & CO.
WN7w WESTMINSTER, B. C
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 19W.
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FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
|i ORGANISE
AS HOLY WAR
1 Anxious
Indian Authorities Are
Over Spread  of
Movement.
I -investigators 0_ .
glarming movement
,    ,.,,,,,)!   rule    hav*
office    in  London
pa.lea
. s    ��� of <li
llniiia   .
the   Ind'11
t>:
t,c mo;
ditfi'
_H fi ature of /the
lingiing of reUffloB
winch the  agi-
to   civ.-  Their
_ politics, through
.   maths aspeci
of utoe lliii*i nop-
,p8i?n the aspect ol a "hoty war"
Kj rtuik a-d fil
Han.
Leaders Are Wise.
fc leader,   ol    the    anti-Bntisli
Imn-nt m the IniBs office ��*te Its
xaaiion. arc "-"""rally pretty ttior-
U. emancipated  from their fore-
b. lefs, bul    recognize   that
��� appeal to the mn sea is much
dfaotlve aa a ' spiritual" than as
lltlcal iMue,
fc [alia, officials are reminded
tie form of the most popular of
Hindu faiths lends itself with e*
iajr-se to thv extremist** purposes.
pwple's panlbeon is extremely
jfthenalve and Includes powers of
45 ve.l U oi pood.
Htvement Wholly Western.
k India offlC's Invei Ugators point
ktwerer, tiiat '.he present agita-
should not be confused with ear-
Hindu movements merely because
.���K and lu predecessors have thefr
is mui political ..des. Both
rtllplo- and ->olltlc..l sides of
dl'turbance. hove been pure-
tal In this one the political
input U wholly western. What
airitatnf; Mek, nnd have ln great
HwmplUhe.l, Is to graft western
.tpon an ��� astern stem.
Copy Rusnan Methods.
actual work of terrorism Is con-
^1 almost exactly along Russian
Thesmins men who plan acts
tenet idea is far as possible,
ihysterical and susceptible tools
i_mii tli--*-. Tbe same weapons
aw as ir. Russia and in almost
SM*. tia'
tojlbii   authorities   confess
ww pattlr embarrassed In the
A��J in- waging against the ter-
��' mov-men. by the large num-
ofopfn  or   secret sympathizers
Und outside the actual body of
Marrhi't organization.     it is of-
topouible to decide Whether suspire to hi classed ns dangerous
�������* ai academic supporters of
ami-Knghs!, cause, for which they
Prepared to work by legal, but not
pOtllt means.
te ,hi9 wmWnatlon at the open
��*"���- of fhe lega] and Illegal,
��tha Inflla office believes respon-
' for th, Anglo-Indian authorities'
tannine,, of rhe real nature and
'������''Iti* ii-an-hi , movement.
ill NAMES
NOMINATION PAPERS
CAPTAIN Or DR._._    BASEBALL BOYS
WIZENS       MEETING TONIGHT
Officers Pleased With Westminster's Reception - Dr,
Pugsley's Reply.
Knights of the Bat and Ball
to Arrange Plans For Season This Evening.
pbl-   En_or._tion
hwatai by El
of    Liberal
tors of Edmon-
t0,v-i-��tngth,fSt E
ver  Seen
ftaomon.
f**n  In
P^a have
rd��rn i.,
Mwch     .1   -Probably
!' provincial election
lw"   candidates re-
���i..ii  limn has
ij; V*-lector, .'i the Ed-
��� M'i'".
ibernl
Cross anil
B the
Bnomlnationi)
ami
McDq
I       Blgnat��''
r s' mum
of Messrs.
}''���-
mer
to the
i,ii
in.' over two
i My    the
HVe   ever   I n
jofanycandl.
>��ncout?n'8l,Uy  ""��'"
tu, B||]     '"',| Dl ""'i  Football
PU C|ub l;'1"1'1 ��i the National
���*uta/J rhe league
thMVos,i "'"'  '"" the transfer
Hmatch to. ,8,and-Westra��nster
���'\�� the
he .milling dredge lyjag -off the
department of public works wharf has
been th* Bubject of considerable Interest einoe her arrival on Friday evening, xtwi ib.- courteous crew lias been
unremitting In lis attention In showing responsible  visitors over.
Stores ur.- being taken on, and the
vessel will commence its work at the
Sandheads today .or tomorrow, the
work being already mapped out.
Return  Thanks.
Captain Klaussen, on behalf of bini-
'.vli, the officers, and seamen of the
Kitihling dredge desires to 'hank the
people of New Westminster lor the
splendid reception given to them on
tnelr arrival  by the citizens.
The minister of public works, Hon.
YV. Pugsley, hag forward-- the following reply to the message sent from
the city by the presld. nt of the Board
of Trade on Friday:
"Telegram received. Thanks for
congratulations. 1 11 ust that the
work of improvoment of the . rascr
river now being Inaugurated will result in bringing great development
and prosperity to your city."
Official   View.
John Reed, the representative who
sold the dredge to the Dominion government, and came through to the
Pacific coast to Bee the .milling
tested, supplies th. fo lowing description of Its work:
���'It Is a new type of the suction
dredge and Rs principal characteristic
which is dIff. rent to other dredges, Is
that It has a very large scraper head
attached to the suction pipes. Now
that suction head is dropped to the
bottom, bites Into the material, claws
or scrapes it up and then the suction
pipe sucks up the dredgings and discharges them Into a hopper which can
contain over a thousand tons. In soft
material such as mud nnd earth the
dredge i.s capable of ighting 1000
tons in twenty minutes, hut If the material is very dense and hard packed
JIke fine sand, tho scraper docs not
bite so deeply imo the surface and a
hopper of 1000 tons in forty or fifty
miiiiii.-s is ,i fair average.
-Self Contained.
���'When the hopper is full, it steams
away at a "peed of nine or ten knots
to any place where there is enough
depth of water and drops the load.
This is where the dredge Is working
in open water. Suppose the dredge is
working In a narrow channel, and
would have a long way to go to dump
the loads through the bottom doors, it
can run up close to the bank and discharge all the hopper contains through
a shore connection which I-* temporarily made Into the bank. Thus the
dredge is not only a self contained
hopper vessel, loading itself and
dumping its load, hut it is also what
might be called a pipe line dredge and
can be" used for filling nn
ing."
Falsa Creek.
ll,. holds that this dredge Is unsuitable for False Creek, for ll Is important in haw the right tools for the
right   place.       False creek  mlghl  need
another type of dredge, being a channel
of shallow water and the dredge might
have lo cut in her own notation, and
thai would probably require a verj
in..-.- self-contained hydraulic dredge
with the bow cutter. With regard to
tin- First Narrows, the material to be
dredged Is practically unknown,
Future of Crew.
li is staled iii the ciiy unofflcla i>
that some members of the crew will
return to Germany when their duties
hen- are complete, ��' 1)ri"K "llt :i"
other dr.-dge from the Fruhling company for the Pacific const of the United stales, the location where li will
work not     having    transpir.il.      Thi
dredge    will ibe of   a mora powi ,,l!
type than the Fnililiiig. which |r
it is, forms one of the smallest typos
turned out at thv Stettin yards.
reclaim-
Everj baseball fan in the city or
within a reasonable rediua is expected
to be present at the annual meeting
of th. V\ estmlnster Baseball cub ut
the Ru-��_i_ hotel ibis evening, when
plan- lor the coming season will be
discussed -ind decided upon. The
mei ung will i,. ca led to order at
eight o'clock.
Tb.- .-.uggesjiion that a four-team
league _e lormed wi,. not likely meet
with any serious opposition, although
thl re aw a few supporters of the
game, who believe that better ball
would be assur. d with only three
team- in the league, but this would
hardly permit enough gamrs being
played durtng the summer months
Later in the season, should one of the
thr.��- uiown town teams prove weaker
than its rivals, it may break up and
the bes: players join one of the other
I w o i. -~i egatious.
The business to be transacted tonight will not Juelude the drawing up
of th. scJWule, it b.-ing the intention
to u.pp<jiM a committee for the purpose.
An fllon will also be made to induce the City Council to be more generous mrhh the baseball clubs this
a^-ajson in tbe man. ruf practice nights.
Last year tonslt.ra.hle friction was
occasioned hy amateur lacrosse players tailing po-Sfi-Pion on Queen's park
diamond on an evening allotted to the
-a.��eb&]J boys, the tangle being on'y
-.raiphtenfd nut after recourse to the
chairman if the parks committee.
A special invitation to attend tonight's meeting is extended to any
hall players who have recently come
to the city and who are not personally iiequaLnied with the officers of
the elub.
FIVE Wi KILLED AND
MANY MORE INJURED
VISITOKS _UrrtK        VICTORIA aeter
THREE DEFEATS BIG RACE MEET
Vancouver Students Win the Business Men Organize Club
Rugby Match, But Lose in For Thoroughbred Events
Hockey and Basketball. - $72,000 in Purses.
The Vancouv.-r High School 'came i Victoria, March 21.���Victoria will
out ut the lower eud of the horn in , have sixty days of raring this summer,
their meel with Columbian College in according to an announcement made
this   city   on   Saturdaj.
STRIKE BECOMES
RIOT IN PARIS
The rugby
uiauli was the only game they won,
losing the two basket a.l and the hoc-
key matches.
The rugby game, which the High
school wun with a score of 10 points
(one urop goal, and two tries) l_ 3,
(one tryj was a well fought contest
The high school did not have the Bne
poiu.s of the game down nearly as
well as Mc<..ill, which played here
three weeks ago, their absence of open play and the value of kicking being especially noticeable; but taken
altogether they ware efficl. nlly trained.
The toss up was won by Van. ouver,
who elected  io play down  lull.    The
last night by T. R. Mclntyre, representing the Victoria Country club.
under whose auspices ih. meeting will
be le Id. The club' has sent a conimu-
nlcaUon io the Pacific Coast Jockey
club, asking permission for the sixt.-
days, and as then, are no conflicting
dates In sight thre Is little doubt that
tbe jockey club, which controls racing
on the coast, will grain permission.
Capitalized at $100,000.
The Victoria Country club has just
been incorporated with a capital stock
of $100,000, subscribed for by twelve
prominent citizens of the British Columbia city. Th,- si.vkholders control   the   present    half-mile   track  at
College followed up the kick-off with Victoria. A large amount of mom y
a rush, and taking advantage of much will be spent in putting ibis track ln
tumbling on the part of High Schooli_rst_lasa    condition,    and    with the
backs rushed the bull over the goal
line and scored the tirst points of the
match, in only a few trinutes ol play.
The try was not converted, and receiving ;ht bail from the -���".-> ard line tlie
college again rushed the pigskin up the
hill, but were unable to get it across
the line.
Nearly ut Uie close of this half, the
oval was ciirried by Vancouver down
Into their opjionenis territory, nnd
Just as the local team had gathered
to rush up the field, Alsteen, a Vancouver three-quarters, scored with a
drop kick, netting lour iKjints, that
sent his isiij>i>orterH into a roar of
cheers.
Locals Weaken.
In the second half, the Columbian
college play��d down nil.  in  -pit,- of
-'Continued <m 1'ag*- Three.)
DERLIN INDEPENDENTS
THREATEN STANDARD OIL
Explosion   in   Sunny.ide   Mine   Caused
by a Windy Shot���Rescued Miners Tell  Harrowing Tales.
EvansvUle, Ind., .March 21.���Five
men were killed, a score were injured
and niiiuy were overcome by gas in an
explosion in the Sunnyside mines yesterday. The explosion was caused by
a windy shot, due to an overcharge
of powder, Five men were killed by
sulphuric fumes which followed the
shot. Tin- mine was swept ns if by a
whirlwind Twenty-Mine m. n were In
the mine at the time.
Rescue work after the explosion was
seriously Impeded by the foul air at
the bottom of the shaft, and twice in
iin hour rescuing parties were driven
back to the top of the mine.
Some of the n-suced miner? tell harrowing Btorlt s of stumbling over the
bodies ot tht  di ad.
Merchants   Are   Urging   Public   to   Abstain from   Buying  American   Pro
duct���Fight to be  Keen.
li. rin, Marcli 21.���War ls threat
- md on the Standard Oil Company by
Independent wholesale dealers, who
complain that the trust is distributing
oil direct to small retailers in twenty
one-quart cans thus enlarging its
market while shutting out the middlemen and wholesalers,
li is said that Standard offered certain compensation, which did not satis.} the wholesalers, who arc urging
the public to cease purchasing American oil.
IMMIGRATION RETURNS
SHOW LARGE DECREASE
Ottawa, March im The total immigration Into Canada for the eleven
months of the present fiscal year was
lv'.iii. iis compared with ^MT.-iaf. for
prospect of annual meetings of considerable duration, the track next year
will be enlarged to a mile circuit. The
cub has a five-year lease on the prop
erty. The street railway is eonstruct-
Ing a loop to run Into the ground*.
The announcement of this big summer meeting at Victoria is of much
importance to the race followers of
the city and the Northwest, inasmuch
as no other meeting of any length is
now in prospect In this vicinity. It
Is probable that even If Vancouver
should offer a long meeting, it could
not start until lute In the summer. The
Victoria club expects to open on May
24. closing near tht? end of July.
Wlll Offer Good Purses.
Of much Interest to the turfmen
also is the announcement that the
purses will aggregate over $72,000.
-lore than $1200 a tpfy will be offered.
The stockholders In the club are as
follows: M. Carlln, capitalist; I"). R.
Ker, president Brackman-Ker Milling
Company; ll. <;. Wilson, wnnlesale
grocer; H. C. Ross, proprietor D. H.
ROSs fi Co., wholesale and retail grocers; Dr. R. Hamilton, 3. K. Miller,
superintendent of the Internal revenue
department; George Fraser. druggist;
Henry Fleming, proprietor Drlard hotel; j. ,\. Ftillerton, of the Canadian
Pacific; D. K. Campbell, wholesale and
retail druggist; J. F. Smart, auditor,
and W, S. Chambers, retired lumberman.
Exist ��.
Of t  I
���_
! of Present Form
rnment Threatened
T i   e Paralyzed.
Paris
a
'2
Death of Mr. Martin.
Mr. Martin, u native of Sweden,
died at the Royal Columbian hospital
on Saturday afternoon from heart
trouble. He had only been an Inmate of that institution for n short
time, and wns about -5 years of nge
He leaves a widow nnd family.
Clean Up.
(.'r.-iiiii Forks, March 21.���At the last
meeting of the City Council �� resolution was passed that the owners of all
lotm in the fire swept section of the
city be requested to clean up thel<
premises.
SASKATOON WILL BUILD
IID Til HAT.   J'lTV MADI_FT ':" ���'���""'' period of the last fiscal year.
Ur-IU-U/UL llli   lT.AKr.ll   a docmU9 of 47 per cent.   The imml-
  gration  for tha  month of  February
'wis 4,701, as compared with 8,164 tor
Property  For  Site   Purchased  at  Cost   pv  iruary  of  last   year,  a  decrease  of
of $25,000���Council's   Selection
Does  Not  Please All.
til;
'il
'inong other
^".s...'_!'. '"'''"'"'"nni match
f_*J&*��*��r. takln,
"it pr.
g four
I'.I
obahi, m    ���"��� ,awfty-i( -
"ie benon��   ..	
*IUi
benefit
ramp  for
Int.
*Hl I,
Shamrocks Qxed
0 I  "lied,
Secured Big Contract.
Winnipeg,  March  21.���M. ���'���  Hftne:
of Ottawa, was the successful tet-<M
for   the
railway.
gdBlt i,.vn. March 21.- Last night
the Cltj Council decided to purchas.
t0T tt���. sum of $20,000 twenty lots in
block one, situated on the west side
()| Avenue "A" north of Twenty-first
street, for the put'i-oso of erecting an
up-to-date i Ity market. .Vs this site
is on the west side of the C.  P.  H
22 per cent.
Commissioners Appointed.
The following hn>" been appointed
, .iiiinlssioners for taking affidavit-. In
the supreme court ier the purpose of
acting under the Provincial Flections
Act, in the New Westminster electo.
i,i district: A. F Kelllngton, B. Mnt-
colmson, R. Buckland, James Anderson, Fdwnrd Fnlk. Robert Fenton, Andrew Halcrew, C. C. Cameron, .Tolm
Murphy,     Kdwnrtl     Mercer.     Robert
h    I'll     -.i" "        -     "    ���-     ���_-���-��     *-*���     - ��� _..... _---��� . _-,-...	
raclta there is likely to be consider-1 m_1Is, j. H. Jones, ,1. \V. MacDonald, .1
Winnipeg   Transcontinental
Mr. Hanoy's tender was the
lowest, ai $sfin,ooo.    it Is understo
tint Mr. Haney wi i be associated wiih
tyble opposition to the bylaw which
must ratify the proposition. As tha
(,ast side of the track Is the business
ui and the older and better residential s.-ction. It Is felt by east-shlers
that the location selected by the Coun-
ijority does not fill thn bill.
'or |Qulnlaw    _ Robertson, a
i (.acting firm,
con-
No  Racing at Kamloops.
K.tmloops, B. C, March    21.���Race
nvents  will    be dispensed    with this
tt tho annual agricultural fair
C. nighy. P. W. Mice. C. R Henns, Alfred Hnrdtnnn, and Oeorge Mnckle.
Former M. P. Hers.
R. J. Watson, who formerly n-pre.
sented Parry Sound in the house ot
commons, and who had boon appointed to take charge of (be Dominion
limber in the railway b*!t, having
charge of the Westminster A "evei.
stoke ngencles. Is registered nl the
Rnssel] hotel.
IHAURETANIA BREAMING
RECORDS ON ATLANTIC
Cunard   Greyhound   Makes  Average of
More Than Twenty-six Miles an
Hour for One Day's   Run.
New    York,   March     21.     -V   Wireless
dispatch trom the Cunard liner Maura.
lanla, which sailed Wednesday for
Liverpool by way of Halifax, mui relayed through ibe r. 8 8. Chicago, declares that she Is again breaking all
-ABthOUDd records. For twenty-fotlr
hou - . tiding al noon Friday slu- mad ���
n run of 600 knots at nn average of
2il.Ul! knots an hour.
This was the .b'si day on the run,
and the best average run ever made
by ihe s.-n champion.
Fighters Jailed.
Two men arrested tor lighting on
the public Street, were incarcerated in
th<> bastille y iterdaj afternoon. This
morning the police magistrate win
��� iheir difficulties and announce
.his decision.
���j London), March 21.���T -
telt^raph strike in Paris has reach-.d
ib.- riot stage, and the danger cf a
violent outbreak is hourly increasing
Locii. riots have beun numerous all
day, and as darkness fell upon ibe
French capital the gravity of the situation was increased by a strike oi
the electricians who supply the post-
office with light Army electricians
wi re hurried to the stations in aut.-
mobijes, and ihe situation was tvm-,
porarlly relieved. A strike of the dec.
triclans of the entire city of Paris is
threatened nnd would increase the alrea d* grave dangvr of a serious uprising.
The strikers held three session-
yesterday to perfect arrangements lo.
active resistance should the government carry out its threat to end tb-1
strike at any cost. The letter carri. ra
todftj nia-ched side by side with soldiers carrying loaded rifles. ThestriU-
ing linenipn have cut the wires e_j?t.
south and north of Paris, white the
telephone lines within the city hav.
bei n tampered with to an etxent that
they ;,:_ practically useless. The gov-
eminent today hired 800 girls to take
the places of tire telephone strikers.
The new girls were threatened wit.i
serious injury by the mobs, and thf
greater part of them quit wok afte-
n 1- R  hours.
Help  From  England.
Tb.- Paris unionists have received
assurances of unlimited financial aid
from Kngllsh unionists and show no
sign of yielding.
Meanwhile the financial siiuaiion
growing out of the strike is growing
in gravity. It is estimated that not
less than $200,000,000 Is tied up in
undistributed mall, and the withdrawal of this sum from businefat- _
channels is threatening many business
houses with ruin.
Hack, however, ol the threat ol
J. ii uiv riots, paralysis of business an.i
enormous lo^s lo I'rcnch trade la the
apparent menace to ibe very cm-.-
en,,  ol the n public
Republic  is Menaced.
The anti-Republican journals proclaim that today the beginning of tbe
end of the republic is at hand. No
mailer how the light ends, they say,
the u.uiou has entered Into a contest with the proletariat which ca_
only end with the fall of the republic.
The  government   has attempted   to
minimize the extent of the strike I
the piovliic-8, but tonight it Is kiiow-.i
that  the strike li.m In'conic general lu
iiearb, a I UK- Interior cities, and g.-a ��� ���
conditions In those, places have    ���
kept seen t because of the paralysis a
an means of wire communication.
Troops are out lu ihe provincial c-
ii-s   to  guard  the   wires and proteel
tho  striaebreakers  from  violence.
Pangs of Famine.
Tli. p ings ot famine are already ���������*
gmnlng to be felt in Paris, and a continuation of the present paralysis oi
business for a few days will moke the
situation more thafi critical, Trail -
are Bill] running, but the ordinary
means of communication being close,i.
the  I i. warding  of    food   supplies   tor
Pai li i. gri ally hampered.
Strike May Become General.
I _lonl is sa> that any attempt to
end the strike with force will precipitate the general strike of all unionists, for which die workers have been
prepai I
It la persistently rumored tonight
that ai. Slmyan has decided to resign
as director "f telegraphs In order to
relieve   tJ-6   -O V III llll-n t  Of its  difficulty
and permit, the settlement of the
strike, ft is Impossible to secur--
confirmation of this report.
The city hai been placarded With
posters demanding that the strikers
stand firm. Tie- placards declare
that M. Slmyan has deceived the
chamber nnd that lf the strikers stand
firm be will be removed.
Joe Lally Offers Sticks.
Word has been received here that
Joe Lally, w-ho refereed the championship lacrosse matches between the
Shamrocks ami Westminster last year,
will shortly forward io tha secretary
of the local elub fourteen of his best
IiiiiihI of lacrosse sticks for the u*^
of Ihe seniors, and three dozen junior
slicks, to li.- distributed among the
coming players of th. city as prizes.
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR   SALE.
TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL,  ETC.
Edgar Allan Poe, in one of his stories, says:  "I took myself to the morning newspaper, and, having carefully perused the columns of 'Houses to Let' and the column of 'Dogs Lost,' I then attacked with ���     ,,
reading  matter."    This is  interesting, because it shows that Poe, fond as he was of literature, read the classified advertisements before he read the news.    Follow Poe's example in this matter and ward Jtcin tlle
They talk to hundreds of people each day and they talk to the man when   he wants to listen.
r cl��sifie_ ads.
WANTED ��� JUNIOR REPORTER.
Must have good education, one with
knowledge of shorthand and typewriting preferred. Apply Daily
News offlce, Front stret, after 7 p.m.
WANTED���GIRL TO HELP IN GEN-
eral housework. Apply Mrs. P.
Latham, corner Third avenue and
Fourth  street.
WANTED���General servant. Apply
Mrs. D. J. McQuarrie, Sixth street,
near Fourth  avenue.
LOST.
W.  I).  GOODFI.LLOW,  ARCHITECT
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT, ARCIIITECT-
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 3-8.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCH I
tects, Guichon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phone 232.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Blackle Street. Now Is
the time to get curtains and blank:
at* ready for spring.   Ring up phone
181!.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND BUR.
veyor. Ellard block, New West
minster, B. C.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
V 1ST���A BUNCH OF KEYS AND
whistle on Sunday. Finder please
-eturn to this offlce.    Reward.
STRAYED.
STRAYED���BROWN HORSE PONY,
jtrayed fiom 123 Eleventh street.
Finder will be rewarded on returning to owner.
THE PEARSON ELECT Kit' CO.,
dealers in eietcrical machinery,
'ixtures and supplies, lions- wiring.
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Hank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. 0. box 928.
FANC\   POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
FOR  SALE
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTR.
.creeder, 101!) Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 425. Pure-bred Cockrels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Wr|t_ your requirements.
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE IN SAPPER-
ton, rented for $12 per month. For
sale or will exchange equity ($600)
for city lots. Apply Owner, Box
537, New Westminster.
FOUND.
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
POUND���A GOLD WATCH AND FOB.
Owner can have same iby applying !
to this office, proving property and
paying for this ad.
 I
HOUaES TO   RENT.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets,
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
. NASH. B. C. LAND SURVEYOR,
5 and 6 Hamley block. New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE St'HAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MUSIC
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Antelli, R. A. M., London, Eng.,
and of G. F. Sims, Mus. Baa, Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
singing and harmony.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone 55, P. O.
box 142. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARM-l'RONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's shoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
PAPER   HANGING AND  DECOR
ATING.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROu._
Mouldlngs, Burlaps and Sanitas;
house painting, kal��oiiiiiiiug, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street. New Westminster,
RESTAURANTS.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS.   JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc.   Satisfaction  guaranteed, i
Columbia street, New Westminster.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
KENNY'S   RESTAURANT   &   CAFE
Tickets, _1 meals for $4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
566, phone 334.
TWO ACRES, live miles out, al a
cheap price, to close up an estate;
this would make an ideal chicken
ranch at small cost; $300, terms.
PEW LOTS In the bCSl par. of Bur-
nab) ai $100 each, 50 by 150; easy
terms.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near tram Office,
phone 133. Real estate and insurance, city property, suburban
tracts, farm lands, and chicken
ranches,
GALV1N, 32 Sixth
men's   tailor,
treet:
ladii-' U(1
ExclUSlTe   _att_.
in ladies' ;in,i men.8    .      ,dll��D��
flings. p������
ug and r -on short
'hone  B350.
notice,
Fraternal Societies
I. O. O. F.-AMITY LOD_E, NO 9
The regular meetings of thl. MZ
ire held In Oddfellews' ball rvj,
h,a *,n'*"' "'������''".. evenlm
nt 8 o'clock.
PEERS fi   RAMSAY.  REAL ESTATE
and Insurance.   BurnaUy property a !
specially.    Room  7  Hamley  block
P. 0. Box 458, phone 361.
ROLLER  RINK.
NURSERY.
FOR   THE   BEST   VALUE  IN   GRO-
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIM-,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit 'res phone 445.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, be<��
supplies, etc. 1010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
PYTHIAN SKATING RINK, New K.
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes streets.
Hours; Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evming, 7:30 to I.i.
Admission 10c;  Skates, 25c.
TO   RENT���Five-room   cottage,   fur- \    ceries, phone  386.    The Pure Food'
nished,  on  Eighth  street, close  to      Supply Grocery,  iv  n.  Box 811.       .
car line. Possession on or before
April 1. Apply B., Daily News Office.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-;
ed bedroom, also one small one. ;
Terms reasonable. Apply 2K7, Vic- i
toria stree..
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 21�� SIXTH ST..
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, heal
cheese, etc.
IRON WORKS.
VULCAN    IRON    WORKS,    LTD.
ACCOUNTANTS  AND  AUDITORS. Boilermakers    and    General    Plat-
Workers.       Boilers,      smokestacks,
AUDITING. ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temizing.     Guinn   &   Fairley, phone
4117-     18   Flack  block,   Vancouver, ;
B.  C. I'
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
slieet iron work. Telephone 324, P.
O. Box 442.
PROFESSIONAL.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon 1 lock, Columbia and McKenzie Sts.. New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER.
Solicitor and Notary Public, funis
block. Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. (). Box 1.6.
Telephone 64
WADE, WHEALLER <!_ McQUARRlE
(I . C. Wade. K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, oppt_ite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Btreet west.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE ,SH1L_S & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suburban property.
260 Columbia Btreet.
TO RENT���Large store next to telephone office.
STORE���On Columbia street, Sapperton, to rent; $15 per month,
FOR SALE��� Several large lots on car
line, Burnaby. for $100 and 1125
each; $_5 down, balance at 7 per
cent.
HALE BRQS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and Insurance, wholesale and
retail ilour and teed, carriag-es and
vehicles of all kinds. Phone 335.
186 Columbia St. P. O. drawer 100.
ABBOTT & HYDE. IV.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Real esl ite, Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances
23s Columbia Street. P. O. Box 217.
Phone $21.
DIAMOND    <_    CORBOULD,    SIXTH
Street.
FOR SALE HALF MILE WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only $6 a foot; will be worth $25 a
foot in a year's tune. Compare
this wiiii other prices.
Foit SALE ���126-AORE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all under high state of
. cultivation-,   close   to   tram, school.
store, etc.. $130 an acre.    Cheap at
$200 an acre.
C��SE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODcTr
115,   SONS  OF  ENGLAND   B j   |
Red  Rose Degl ��� ..,.���, Becnn'il-"
p""r"* NV"';' f carli Im
in  K. of P   Hal       .   _   [W
B p. m., White Ro ���J
Wednesday    n   -       month
time and  placi
sua I
.. O. U. W.-FRASEH L0C__ ,s.l
���Meetings the first and ihiniTi��|
Jay In each ;... nth. vi^l
brethren cordially Invited toattffl
Lodge room, A. o. U, W. hai] 91
fellows'  block, Clarkson street
HOURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099TlO,FI
���Meets the  FVnirir. Friday la I
month at 8 o'clock. i_ t_e uJ|
ball, Oddfellows' block.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 10.
Brine block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGlL.l'HY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, i tc. Province offlce, Columbia  street.     Phone  62.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck & { randeil,
near Tram offlce.
FRATERNAL ORbER OF EAGLES,!
Aerie No. 20���Meets every TucaliJ
evening at 8 p. m., In the Eagleil
hall, Columbia street. A. Cluu
W.  Pres.;   H. Schofleld, Secreuir,]
C. HAM BER ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Convey-
ancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
We-tminster.    P. O. Box 795.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 2.0 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
RING IT PHONE 186 FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc. Reasonable
charges; quick service. Royal City
Parcel Delivery.
J. J. JOHNSTON, DU.ONT I.i/)CK,
Columbia street, phone 169.
FOUR anil a half acre block on
th.- North Road, only a mile and
a half from car terminus, Bapper-
ton; pric.-s and terms very reasonable.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
tho season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug store.
THE   EDISon  THEATRE,  CORmER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Fritluy.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings:
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and d'-tail work. Designs nnd estimates furnished. .1. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. 0. liox 254, Phone
I     473.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TE*
PERANCE meet every
at 8 o'clock p. tn., In Oil ���ion
hail. Columbia street.
ION. OF oCOTLAND BENEFIT Alj
80CIATI0N, LORD OF THE IS
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First a
Third Tuesday o( ever) niuntti l
K. of P. ball.   Clint W. SiH-mi_|
I.   O.   O. F.���Royai  City  Loaje. Nl|
���Meets   in   Oddfellows' Hall,
umbla Str'-et, every Frldaj ���'���-���
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting bretlirsn i
lie    made    H ��� Ic   ��� >     !i   '���'������ Sli
N. O.; C. E. i)      ...���   i'. ti. ream;
ing secretary,
OTHER     FRATERNAL    b0ClETlE|
include the Unl a Lodge, No S.i
F. and A. M.; King Sulomon Loftj
No. 17, a. F. and A. M . i- 0|
No. 1160; L. O. L, No, l.V.i.); CM
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. o. ft.!
K,   Court Westminster,   Nft E|
Brotherhood of Ow's. Ne.   *M
BOARD   OF TRADE.���New Westai|
ster Board Of Trade   meeti is I
Board Room, City Hall, as folfell
Third    Thursday   of   t*MB
Quarterly   meetings  on the tu
Thursday    of   February,
August and   November, at 8
Annual    meetings    nn   the
Thursday    of    February,
members    may    be   propostxl
elected at any monthly or quartf1]
meeting.    A. E. White. S<*
FOR SALE
Good lots on the Vancouver
"Cut-Off" line, $250 to $350
each, on easy terms.
Lot 50x120, on the Sixth street
carline, Burnaby, $125, half cash.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia St.
Water Frontage
Industrial and Mill Sites, Deep Water
and Railway Trackage.
WHITE,   SHILES   y   CO.
Ileal Estate Brokers, Insurance Agents
260  COLUMBIA   STREET,
NE..   WESTMINSTER
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water.,
Family trade a specially.
Tel. 113. Office   tight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home   Paper,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for   CONRAD,    CARCROSB,    V LIN,
WHITE HOR8E, DAWSON and FAIR.
HANKS. Daily trains  (exeept Sin!,
carrying passengers, mail, expres
freight connect   with  stages  al
cross   and   White   Ilors,-,   ma"
a thorough winter service,
1    Poi li foi i.i ition apply to
I     IH  ROGERS, T.nlllc M na
ABDICATES KINGDOM
TO   BECOME   BENEDICT
Lafayette, Ind., March  21.���Christ-
mas Island ln the Pacific Ocean, will
j find a m-w king, for Its present ruler.
John Davis Murray, Burdiin Unlvert.
'itj gradunte, was married recently In
London to a woman who prefers elvll-
vl   dotiivBtlelly 'to   savag'     royalty.
Murray will  therefore abdicate,    Ills
��� ��� friends have received thin In-
formation today.   Murray, as .Manager
>   the phosphate company's Interest!
Christmas Island, nail boen mads
; inn or the Islander*, so that he shoflld
sufficient authority over the na-
EMPRESS OF RUSSIA
SUFFERS   FROM   NERVOUSNESS
Berlin, March .1    The"Kreu_a Zel-
tuiig' siatis, m , ... uuthoilty Of a
distinguish* <_ per nag.-, who was re
cently revelved In audience .by the
Emperor Nicholas, thai the Emperor
expressed eonslderabli apprehension
regarding tin condition ot the Dm-
pres.-.    ll..,   Maj.   *,   h��� ,���.,,,  ������.���,,,.
to receive visitors    i��� explanation ol
*������'��� Km"n' ' ' ndl ...n, ths Emperor
���**���<> ,h;l '���" the accldem to the
",",","il ���"", In Finnish miters Her
Mnjestj had suffered greatly from
nervouaness, and had <,.e��� ana_le to
regain her mental composure,
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
LAND ACT.
New W-stmintter Land District.
District of  Sayward.
Take, notice that 1, C. W. Preston,
ol Vancouver, ot mpatlon farmer, intend to apply for iK-.rml_slon to pur-
���hase the following described land.--:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of south Twin Island,
thence following the shore easterly,
southerly, westerly, northerly and
easterly back to point of commencement, taking In the whole, island containing 200 acres more or less.
C. W. PRESTON.
Dated Feb. 2nd, 1009.
NOTICE.
New Westminster
Disir��t
Wl.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper,
District of New Westm
Take notice, thai Harriet JJjJ
Pitt Meadows,  B. ��'. �������-�����      *
ried lady, intends to apply ��    I
slon to   purchase   tne j
scribed lands: Commencing     (
planted at the BOUtheast CO"   ^j
1020,   thence  west   20 '"'^ *'g ^
south HO chains, thence eM       |B|
i      .���  ii'iiii''"1���111      f
more or less to .^"' ,w��
tienoe northerly along '     ^m
ths point of com '""'"";"
lng 160 n<res more or'��*
M. I, GORDO**1
������ **; a**.*'1 y, MARCH ��
1909.
Mail Service
nn_NTY    ACT,
aT����R       ��L-
WARNING   rOPUl
1908.
THE   D A T L Y   N E W S
PAOK THRKK
SEV,    BRITISH   BATTLESHIP
- .""xa E=.SED   IN   ACCIDENT
Visitors Suffer
r
-
.   right of
tv<v ,     . er enttUed to a
^-���-���:' .' .   ��y of ap-
]3>l - ' .....l must ne e
U Hied to Sub-
S:���'i.- | lhe Volunteer
Udn               .     _ provides that
(Bounty ri-ht of a vol-
Hollowlug are v..  ... ,       .
and arrival    : ,
Ulin-l:   - houi -..   .
each  ca '     ' :                           losing.
whUh '*" ;- : ��������� --        -.-  ,i rule, be-
: ,:     "'    ��� 'patch.    All mall--.
jnless other* leepatch.
' :ind !'   '   ' ��pt Sundiy.
Th" ';!':-' lispal           ar. 1    re*
celved Snnd - the C. P. R, iouth
and C. P. K. .     - m   ..   not ;,lc;l; ...,,,
the    waj    : -               ,   Frasei
Mills an I Coq Itlam.
v      - - md, Ma
... > ������
.    0i     .... ft
.d j' stei v . .-.  -     - ��� clpl-
..   ; .       ......     :::, ill
*ere I .  , .      rhe a
���...������ s Sons
���a       Ship
rhree Defeats
,..��*; tmentofa
,.n|. i   ���- rpel
...... _ or recognized
U* of   'he   l-tenor
��   ���   '   t executed and dated after
P*     .   the warrant for the land
P ^ h/the Minister of MlUUa
j w. OREENWAY,
.....   s.ioner of
Lands, Ottawa.
Mails
loner ot Dominion
Dir.p.txned.
0;"" *! '        ���      I at eleven <
:h"   '���''���' ������������������-���        . iver    via
Q. -V R-   Owl,   Vlci .... except Wednesday.
8:30 a tn,    Vancouver via 1   ���!   I
i trie railway.
Sumas and Seattle, inclu ling all U.
j S. Points ,a ���. and south, and point-
between  -N.w   Westminster and Hunt-
! ludon. li.i', via C  )'. R. Bouth.   Coquitlam, Sapperton and Fraser Mills.
8:30 a.m.���Blaine an i Seattli,   including all l" 3. points east and south*
.also all -win:- between New Westmin-
I ster nnd Blaine, via 0. N. R.
Note.���Cloverdale and district  (Clo-
L  ver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgln.AUu-
|j[|Pt ���  f��r   i"'rliu-ss^n to j via  and  Kensington  Prairie)    Has*.
\m. thi   :��������� described lana. i     _^ p(Jrt KeUgj Ha)1,s prairifl anj
lw,,���,-.:.' planted w1^ Nicome^l despatched dall;  except on
ETt-outherli  boundary   of   lot �������  Suftday.   Clayton, JInndv.,  Tuesday,
'     ,wo(2). New Westminster die-j^^^
the    quarter section i
running    north  and
NEW
WESTMINSTER     LAND    DISTRICT.
OUtrict  cf   Surrey.
Henrj   T.   ihrlft
i
:ibe_ land:
pom
���trtrt Intersect
Le prolonged
Eft through section nvo 12). town-
one (1); thenoe south lto rods,
east 160 rod-, thence nortk to
_,,, feei   .. uth of the before
Uti"n''d southerly   boundary of lot
group two (2);  thence easterly
to t^ said southerly  boun.
Uir
iboci
pdiDl
and Saturday, Tynehead
ajid Ron Accord, Wednesday and Saturday. These mails are all received
same days as despatched,
11:00 am���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
berland   and   South   Westminster,   by
q
B.vi_
-
n an    i.t
Issue   a   Failure.
Cno< rwtlti   -
54 per     m   of tft<
nment 1.0.1 n of J-
opsn     ol    Canaoiaw     Nortn-Weil
Horrieiteaa   Regulation*.
A'        ���-.      m ereo section of Do*   	
-  Manitoba, Saskatch-   ...
excepting B and _5,jcid.   .   -
aut : .       homesteaded by j_   ....
,:;.'  Person .i the sole head of a   ,, :
-anally, or au ovet is years of 	
������ extent ot one-qu.-rter sec-
. mure or ipse,
it entry must oe
UA,i- 'a ;��� son j i_e applicant at
* Dominion Lands Agency or aub-
igem*.- for the district in which the
and is BUuate. Entry by prosy may,
However, be made at an agency on
lertaln conditk ns by the father, moth-
ir, ��on, daugbti.-, brother or 6ister of
tn intending homesteader.
The homesteader la rejulred to per-
.'orm the homestead duties under one
jf the following ��� lana-
(i) At least s:x montbs' residence
upon and caltiv ation of tbe land In
each year for three years. VET      f C* C     J?      _~~,/*"-
(2) A nuu,...-'.eader may,  If h-   so j X Ut-     N.J__��.    &     V^VJ.
leslree,  perfcrm  tae    required    re_l-
deuce duties   by  living on    farming
iand owned   t-u;_:y   bv   him.   not  leas (Windsor H.te>l  Block.  ?   o.  Bex 6^4.
than eighty   i-u   acres  in extent, In! *>���_* Westrrinster.
tbe  vicinity of bis homestead.    Joint |	
iwnersblp in '_iid  will not meet this ;
���eotiirement j Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
(3) If the tether (or mother, if the
���atber la deceased! of a homesteader
.      .   .
this ad* ...,,.       ...   :....    ���..
tired       . - i ..
...
..v    to break ���.':���.:��� ugh   and  *-������,
��� la       I i
Vai     .. < Ud  v
'     '     ' ���������   '                to 1
'v. per cent, inscribed stock.  :: - "  -       ���   H
.      Bank of England  tr"
.   : rice   allowing  for in-
beii       ���. :���:   :;-.  '  The    re-'.:.:
how  low-priced  securities   are
ll . '  I ,i .*r
application  iv.s   >*���-1   ma
"
��� ��� ��� ���
show -
-
An
the  London   Stock
of Winni i
Kv i ange  to  11*1
g  t per cent
GET Yuri: SPRING  SUIT AT
TAILORS
.courier (Tuesday and Friday),
lot &0S, coup two  U),  io a '
ncrth of the 49t_t pern.- I     1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
west to J    2:M   p.m.���Burquitlam,   by   courier.
.:00   p.m.���Ladner,    Port   Guichon,
mill
iir. *-' 'tA*
,|(; north latitude;  thence
��t ������ ter mart and ��2 rods (UM_nt
�� tbe t^W ��'th parallel of north  Westham Island and Sunbury,   dally
thence south 62 rod:-; tltenee (except Sundaj :  Woodward,  Tm sday,
Thur-_:iv and Saturday,    via    "J.   C.
itltllil'"
let to the point where the southerly
lOgt^ry of lot >���'��� P^^np t*'�� u'1
birr, 'ts the beforv   m-utlonert   4'M\
orail.-l of north laUtud.; tb-_ follow.
l_gtti" said Routh-rli- boundarj' of lot
W, group t��-o  (2).  to tbe  ix>lnt of
luacneeioeiit, containing by estlma-
aas permanent residence on farming
and owned .iltly by him, not less
t.an elgbty (SO) acres in extent, in
ne vicinity oi ibe _ome_t_ad. or up-
iu a homestead entered for by him
In tbe vicinity, i^och homesteader may
aerform his -.uo residence duties by
litlng with the faiher (or motherl.
(4) The term ' vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs Is deiiaed at
meaning Dot n. -re tban nine miles ln
a direct line, exclusive of the w'.dtb
of road allowances crossed In 'he
measurement.
(5) A bomesteadei Intending to
perform hi. residence duties In ac
corjanr.  wlii ibe above while living
��� ritJ��h  Colum-'--  Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SC .TTLE
ROUTE.
Brjee."     (Steveston  mall  despatchedI with parents or on farming bind own-
i_ud  received   via Vancouver.) *d  hy hJin.fclf must notify the agent
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver nnd Piper
Siding, via O   N   R. north.
4:00 Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
via B. C. Electric railway.    Saturday
for the district of such Intention.
81x montl,-' notice In writing must
.e given to tbe Commlwloner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
:uid
|kn t*��0    3al_-l
lore or lesl
Datv-d at White Rock.  Il
f".ii .-������ n< FeiKuary, 1909.
HENRY T. THBIKT
forty  acres j an ,.rtra mall  is despatched  '.o   Vic-1 to apply for patent.
nt this hour W.
W. CORY.
C,   this
j toria via Vancouv- r
Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.(Deputy of tbe Minister of the Interior
S. points e.a.t and south, via O. N. R
NEW  WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    OIS-
"Flyer."
2:30 p.m.���C. P. R  east, Sapperton.
and Frnser Mills.
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine ana   Seattle,   lu
eluding til U. S. points, via O. N. R-
Take notice that  the   undersigned J "Owl."
btofa to apply to tne lion, the com-j    9:00 to lu:00 a.m.��� Strawb-rry Hill.
biarioner of lands for permission to  by courier (Tussday and Friday).
lease the undermentioned    lands In      8:20 a.m���Vancouver   and   (except
mt ffolmlnster district: I Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C. ESec
wnnnrnoing at a  ]>otiu  where the Uric railway,
lectin line (prolonged) running east      "vio  p.m.���-Burquitlam, by courier.
kc. teat between
kad eiehtevn (IS),
���sections seven (Ti
intersects the west
In
-:30
Z.iO p.m.���Blaine and  Seattle,
eluding all V. S. points; also ail points
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
9:30 a m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via O. N. R.
lii:00   to   U:t>0  a.m.���Ladner,   Port
Guichon. Westham Island and (Tues-
ply boundary ol lot i.05, group two
I),New Westminster district; thenc,.
eaturlj 100 feet, thence southerly and
stfrly [,;,-,..;:.   i,, vne westerly and
smterly bounda j   of   tbe   said   lot
IU the centre line (prolonged) run-! ^y> Th*ir8day and Saturday) Wood-
mvnlh and south tttorugh section _JA VLa steamer Favixsite. (Steves-
JJt (I), township   one    11),    .New d68patehed nnd received via Van-
"���wlnster  district;   thenc   south ���.,
fleet, thence easterly parallel with      1���.30   {()   ,   ���m.~C.   P.   R,
u       "!    ,! Sapperton, Fraser MUls and
| lam.
von p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
_mi Fraser Arm.
7:00 p.m-S'im:,s   km . Seattle,
eluding all C. 8. pc��V*< Hnd pnin!   >���-
tween Huntingdon and N>w Westmin-
ster, via C. P. R. south; nl1*-*' Frase-
Mills
...nt Immediately
".j
��lllot 505 to a
P" "��� the im wnere the centre
P*(prolonged) i mnlng east or \-.-'s'
pwifh Be
H-vater m
east,
Coquit-
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THL  . tCKET ACKNT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Bight Traina  Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
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for COMFORT. CONVENIENCE, aud
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electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train In the- world. The
equipment e-nsiM- of private compartment cars, it.ndard 10 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclinin.-*
chair cars (seats free), modem day
coaches and buffet, library and sinok.
lag cars.
For  Time   Tat les.   Folders,  or   nnv
further infcirrvialon call on or write
P. W. PARKER,
7L'0 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash,
-. ���      \ : .-  ich
.' " Van<                     | ���  .
thej       .. is .. place i Ick, I n folU d
to p n ���-1 -.1   ���,    ���  -.-.   ... | loai
thl ir   . I ..:���..,     to   P\ en   up   the   V
Vrt, Dewar. fu
! playi I thi   ��� ���.,. u^r bis  team '
, He w h th kesi and ���'* '���
esi man on his sldi   . nd hla judicious
punting was ^ sink -.... i   ...ire .-; the
[game   Riateen, .1 felloe throe-quarters,
:-..'��� some brilliant pi...-- and ahowed
up   well   for   bis   side.
On the College team, Watson and
M>v both oo the three-quarter line,
��� I a bard aqd consistent .cum.*
throughout and were the mainstay ol
th- ir mates Phetr Bpl ndid defence
v\;is the cause of breaking the major
it.\ of the High Schools .ut.-icks.
The   resul;  of   tha   match   dees   not
v  ���    especially auaplcous for the fu-
I tm   ol the college rugby fifteen  But
i: i-: not possible to form a winntng I
team without practise, and th.- presenl i
on.- *..;,-. organised *oo late in ih.- tea
son to _,: in .-���,-o.i -ahn'/e to compete
with  teams formed last fall,
Mr   McRae, of this  city,  umpired i
in very Batlsfactorj manner,
Hockey.
The bock.y same betwovii the ladiea
Of the Vancouver and New Westmin
ster HI*-!*! Schools, whi. 'i was pLiye.I
nt the same time B8 the rugby match
was won by the New Westminster
school vi li ri n soorv of three goal�� to
two. For the visitors Hias McEwan,
centre forward, and Miss Mac far I.'inc.
a fuil brtck. were the best, the Wlttg
play belnp very good. For the W< st
minster girls Miss Klley BOOred twice,
and Miss Lord once. Tho pick of the
Lain were Misses Klley. Mary Robert
���on and Neilln Sangstcr. Alllunigli
the positions wore clliing. d. the eleven
��as as already given. Mi Piitilson,
i of Vancouver, refereed,
Basketball.
rh.' two basketball games at the
gymnasium in the ovenlng brought
out -i crowd thai filled the building
.io iiois,. of the opposing bands ot
stud.'tits drowne,| iho referi
.-<! that be was onlj   with   dlflloulty
heard.
Play Ball
.t"-( F   Pa 'f   : '.- '���
it
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l._.--.ss:   . t eta
V.-a
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Glo> m -���--id  M 'Ms
40c
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up
Maska    G.-nv   p-a-tr,-
tori
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AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Sti e< t.
NF. ��S   w\ ESTMINSTER.  B. C
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
,PfN..S.-VAMA SMITHY COAL
HSU ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Bttooaasoi to
May.rs A Preston
Office,  Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 3.5. Phone 105.
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
'���ii  HO),  Intersects
thence north along
"'i>s:' of said i"t BO .
0the ,,wnt ,,,,   ���    U(1 cen^ U[li> ,,,
*f|,on '' ' rsects high-water
^ -]''���"        -li and northerly
"rc " and   westerly
rod;,rv 1!-   ���      ild lot BOS to the
"''     "' ntalning by estt-
or ;��� -
Rock, B   C, Fe.iru-
l^ilkin in
Dater
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Pttr.. r
'.  W. UKllSi IN
.    e.'lt.
-OTICE.
AiiTniifi-nrtlng .
Trade Marks
DcaiaNS
CoPvaioHTs Ac.
���_(-tct> im-cleo. nmi.-ii.
liiii-kl. oieortsld f"-r opinion free wt
thi - ��� n
mu
n I'n'.'   ��
lake   .
Pl Vancoui
CrtU "'""""
K " Lands ;"
hj,. '!'" ISI    -bore   of
abcu, ,' " ;   SlmI'����n  district
Uke o -'! ' ''   ''   ;h"  mouth    o1'
e . th
I, 0, VV. Preston,
rarmer, iiit.-ud to
Works    for    a
islng leas,, on   the
Commenc-
ttons��inetlyfOoBtfonlI S. H'VNDBJOS.
...nt tr.-n. Ohlem Ri'i'i"   .'"If''"'"^.? towl-n
__t��nt_ tukcii through Mui. i .. t-
*pt,tulii<itt<-*, wllbeut-liurittf, iuH"_
Sckiitinc flmericait.,
Imml.-itioly Ulum..it.'il w.-._j.   1-"    "
. .,r,i���l���, kin a rear, puMail i-n-pi-'i-
Kli uew^ilealen;. ���        u_J-
WUNF. S Ca36,t"1"1^ N_v YorK
Mrutiili om����. 0X> V Bin 1
, Wait-In -'""��� V.^"
"The Milwaukee"
"Th. Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, ���'Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, 'South West Limited"
K.ins.-ts City to Chicago.
So trains lo  'h..  ser.ee on    anj
md    i    ���_���    world 'hat  equal   In
equipment  thai  of  the Chicago, Mil
,. , ... ,.   _    Bt.   1 .nl   Hallway. bl
wn and operate  their own Bleeping
i,,,] dining oar   on all their train- and
thi Ir patrons an excellent ���
, ��� v ���  obtainable elsewhei
H. S. ROWE, Ooneral Agent.
]���:i Third St., ��r. Alder, Portland, Or
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEW
Westminster's Home Paper.
Operative January   .J.
S.S   l'ilu.*---s   Vicui.u   leave.   "> in-
iouver  io p. in., going dire i  :o .**-o-
ttb daily except Monday.
SS. Priac��"vs Royal leaves Vancou-
-.��� at 9 a. m. for Victoria daily, ex-
cejit Wednesday.
S. S. Princess Charlotte leaves V.ui-
ouver at 1 p. in. dailj :i.: Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-Vi-TO��LA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader wlU lea v. Victoria for
New We-tinbo-stetr ever] Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster cn Wednesday
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
8 6   Tees
Leaves Victoria ll  p.m.   1.,   nub
and 20th of each month for Cls'oiuot,
Mosquito Harbor and waj  ports;  10th
jf each month for Quatsino and wa>
ports; _-)th of each month for Ahcuset,
'^uaulno, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEH-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leave Vancouver _ p. m. daily, except  Sunday.    LeaVes Nanaimo at 7|
a.m.
ALASKA   ROUTE
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
March Stb, 18th, _.th.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
March 13 and 2X
Princess    May    leaves   Vancouver
March Sth,  18th, 28th.
B. C.  COAST MAIL  SERVICE.
SS. Queen ('ity or SS. Amur leave
Vanoouver March 10th, April M.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SERVICE.
Princess Beatrice 1<-V.s Vancouver
March 23d, April 3d.
OP  RIVER.
Beaver���
From    New   Westminster    Monday
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday,! r_    ,,.,..,
hii.I  Saturday at V am.
For   reservations   and   inrorm.noti
-all or address
KP. GOni.KT,
Agent, New Westminster.
C. H. FOSTER.
.���St. Oen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Supe. ntendent. victor!*.
._p;d'.a.iti-cs will be tvcelved up U)
Monday, tbe ;;nd. Inst . st - p.m.. (01
the position of Oil) Sv.ivcnger, dutte-
U) OOflUDBBOt en April 1st, 190!-. Salary at tb'   -.1.1��' k��f $'>0 |vr uumth. F-. .
information .is to duti<--��, etc, apii-.*
to tho sni-ltary inapeotor at th. CHj
Hall,
W    V Dl'NCAN,
City Clerk
t'iti  Hi.'.- March B, 1909.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   __. OF   P.   HALL.
Eighth and  Agn**  Btreeta.
Hours; Morning, io to i-; ahamoon
.:;i0 to .r��, eveulug. 7::i0 tu 10.    Admf
sloii  U-c,   ikttts  _-r|C    On   Sut'.irdin-
Itl to  12,  -chool children    under    18
wlilstl,. ! will be furtit-h.Hl skates Tor 10c    Coin
mutation ticket! now on saio.   'Phone
A 4H'J.
" llrst .muni
s, wiis very
by    6 point
,    betw. . ll
close,   bill
i    to   I.
llli
('.
Each
girls' i
M.   t'i
Side
Th
team
won
scored a Held  goal   In   each   bnir, and
the oo lege also scored u free shot be
rides   in   each   half,   I lm-.   coming onl
ahead.
The teams were:
c. m. c. Points,
Cameron (f)    i
Cory  if)     _
Kenny  Ic)  "
MacLeod  (g)  u
Held   Ig)      1
Tbtal     i'
v. ii. s. Points,
Edmonds if)  0
MeQ-ire (f)  2
Mncfarlane (c)   "
Padden n:i   d
QOOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY 8TOR-
[j,   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN,    r
MACKENZIE'S DRUO STORE *n<i
! "THE FAIR," Columbia   -trset.
A  CMMBUM  A
[?M_ll____i_I
CAWAD.A'N PACIFIC
ATLAMTIC STEAMSHIPS
LbOVUU   U110_C^C_I1__
Empress   of  Brit-Ji/**    ....        M_l"0h   B(
Empress of Ireland Ai'"i 9
Empress  of  Britain April   ;VI
When sending roi frlaml i In tha <d,i
oountry by buyin I Uck-ti al thla
offic.. you will sin. raonej and i". v-ftl
delay.
rail for partloulors,
Kli  OOULET,
Apenl.
"land
haw,
I tnent.
No.
to
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n
8
'��� thence following JM
west  across
AHvgrtisins and Circulation
Total     I
Columbian college    won    the boys
game by b score or .17 to 26.    it was
a   v.ry  last   strnK|tli\ and at   the    nl
of  the   tirsl   half  the   wiim . :   looked
doubtful, the score standing 19 to 17
I in  favor   of   the Westminster lads.
I Tin- Vancouver crowd for some unac
countable reason, Insisted on ikivIiib
an umpire for ibis game, and during
I the second  half Iheir umpire  refereed.
exchanging places with tbe formei
holder <>t thai doubtful honor, P
Clark, um with ibis sixth man on
their -iib', they fared wots.-, than before, onl) soorlng in the lasi s points
io Columbian's 16. i*nls gams again
shows iimi  Columbian college is un-
fn nl.iiil,. on Its nwri floor.
Kcin,\   ami Sprlni; pul  up the elass-
Uhii work of the college, both >iooring
IHo  fl-lll   goals;   Spiiiit; alSO Scored  :;
oin of   ii   petialtlea.       Banham nnti
Siullh .lid  the besl  wor|(  0f the Van-
i>mi��-r quintette.     The teams Were:
0, M. C. Points
Kenny (f)      10
Smith tf)      s
Spring (t .       18
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
the
ea terly    and
of   commence-
1   The Daily News, New Wea
stminster 10c per week, $1 for 3 mos.
S J Gilford (g)     4
ibe
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Island,    l'ort
post at
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'he i bind to   the
following    the    sh,,,.,..
���md     northely
���Jan.
2H
1909
:    VV,
oi e-iinnu'nci,.,, nt,
PRESTON,
52. Ki���n^P EMPIRE. London and Toronto, weekly $2 per year
Thl: STANDARD^J^^er, Vancouver  ....... -50c per month, $5 per year
The S^i^Xh^A'^hrtiser,       "         50c for 3 mos., $1-50 a year
Subscrlpllons .md Advertisements solicited for the aKve publlcatloos
CHARLES   E.  SANDS, Agent
New Westminster Phone A22
j     P. O. Box _��  WX_��...O^WM^^
iTnnauiLu ii ii nn��� ���- ��� ���
Prtest (k)      2
Total
1    V. II. s.
i Rnnhiini (f)
I Baldwin i fi
...37
Points.
.    12
8
XI Smith (ci      5
And ���
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fffl
Total
Easter  Holidays
���    in i-ve  ��� Ion with 'he above   o
j trip   Icke'l       111 bi    "Id al one   -Ini ������
' far,.,  and   ..tieiliii'l.      Tickets on  sal
April -tii ���<> vii Inclusive,   Qood
....      i mm ludlng nprii
School  nn. ���"   .''oi  teachers  will  I
'in   April   1st   to  21st
ED. OOULBT,
I   mt, New Westmin ������
C   B  I -STER,
last   ('.iii  paps   Agt, Vancou
Grand Trunk Ry-
Excelleot Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tor__iic.,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers ef
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL
TIME PROVINCE3.3. TSK.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ar>._
PHILADELPHIA, "via Niagara FbJJb.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO, W, VAUX.
Assistant Oen'I Pa.ss��.nj*:_r and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St. Chicago. Ill
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THK   i > 11 l $���  N _. w _.
MONDAY
MARCH
The Daily News
Published by The Daily N,ws Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlc-. ,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New |
Westminster, B. C.
the artisan to perform his work with
splendid efficiency, and again the mi.i-
tary training has brought into business life a spirit of precision and respect for authority absolutely unknown in this free and easy western
country.     A high tariff manufacturing
22. 1909.
nuiniiy is only fitted for a hamlet composed of one house, one water tank,
and on. dead mule in the creek.
"GET  THE   HABIT.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
__i_
'union
-A_lE_>
<_NION^l^
MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1909.
ADVANCE   NEW  WESTMINSTER
empire must find a market, and to do
| so Germany will be prepared to bar-
| gain through the reciprocity clauses o.
I the tariff.
Never since that memorable issue oi
the Daily Province, the day after our
great fire, has any one through the
press or otherwise attempted to throt
tie the advance of the Royal City.
Much lias appeared in the editorial
columns of the Columbian that has
tended to injure our interests, but
never* did the late editor, J. D. Taylor,
M. P.. in his wildest and most erratic
moments, pen such miserable drivel
as appeared under the caption of "The
Small City" in last Saturday evening's
issue of that paper. The time wat-
particularly inopportune to tell us thnt
���,v, were a Bmall community and,
should be content to remain .so.
Just at the moment when the dawn i
of a new day to which our citizens
have looked forward io and ho-n-d for
���when the dream of fifty years is i
about to become fact���and our great |
waterway ls to be made a channel that
shall bring to us the wealth of nations in return for our products, we
are told that our sleep will be disturbed, by "the shriek of tlie railway
whistle," the Fraser made hideous -by
a "wilderness of factories and dockyards," and the air be made "smoky
and impure. New Westminster fears
not the drawbacks inseparable from
greatly populated centers, we are
willing to riut up with any inconveniences which may come to us with
the hum and bustle of a new commercial life, our "serenity and pleasant socio* " and the pastoral life surrounding us will sti,] have full opportunities for making life worth living, and
our people will take to the full their
share of the earnings consequent upon the development of pur great re- j
sources. I
We have room for and will welcome the manufactures, large or
small, and wo shall rejoice at. the
daily coming and going of the merchant marine from every clime. Let
the whistles blow, let the rumble of th,
trains be heard and the hum of machinery nnd traffic possess us to the
full, and let us burl back on tne neophyte that penned the article of Sat-*
urday night's Columbian, the determination to show that we are not con
tent to remain a Bmall city, This l~
no time for ping-pong, it is the time
to put on the armor of determination
that the finest freshwater harbor in
the world .shall become what the
Creator intended it  should be.
In these columns we have aiiain and
again called for a united effort and
during the past three years we have
had the pleasure of noting some fruit
of our labors in the expansion and advancement of the city, but we wondered why that advancement w-as not
more marked, we little suspected that
there was an undercurrent which ha_
now risen to the surface to keep New
Westminster a small community, and
w*e hope that what we say siow will
cause this surface ripple to be lost
in the great Hood of progress.
INSPECTION  OF   BUILDINGS.
Now that the city council possesses
! an officer to enforce the rules of good
I building  construction,  it  should   lose
i no   time   in  passing   modern  building
I by-laws framed on the model of adjac-
! ent municipalities.    ,
i     The council has wisely seen  fit to
I take over the inspection of the plumb-
| ing fittings of new and old buildings,
| and there is surely more reason why
j there should be an official to look over
the   plans   of   new   structures   before
j permission Is granted,    and  to    keep
j check of the work in progress of con-
I structlon.   Many of the cities throughout the west of much smaller  population have Introduced the practise of
I issuing permits, and keeping a check
on  constrnctlou     both    of    busin ss
block-y and  private  dwellings.
A move in this direction would, we
i feel, receive  the cordial co-operation
of the architects, and of all contractors who are in  the  habit   of    doin.:
good   work   for   their  clients.     Again
the knowledge tnat buildings will  be
properly Inspected will be an important argument for the reduction of insurance   rates   when   the  right     time
comes.
CHAMPION
T
POTS
SPECIAL TODAY
15c
EACH
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same.
2 SNAPS
LOT
-Partly cleared, on Wise road, just outside city limits; $200 (,k)l   ,
all around are Selling for $300 to $350. Uhh>  Lots
A NICE BUILDING LOT on Fourth street.   This can be boucht fn
cash.   This would be DIRT CHEAP at $400. Ukht tor
Prices on both the above lots are  bound  to  go  up   within  a  month   or   two.
These are small buys but might  be  just  what you  are   looking for.
If you have any properties for sale  I shall be glad to list them.
$300
J. J. JOHNSTON
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
���PHONE   169.
The newspaper that  minimize:
I scoffs at the opportunities of a
and
com.
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323   Front   St..   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster.
:   and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
I Should be consulted if you want to
sell furniture or an auction conducted.
I    Live Stock Implement auction held
' every Friday morning on Westminster
M'.nket;  and every Saturday morning
'en Vancouver market.
I New cooking stove; '.', wagons, nearly new; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower (new).
A quantity of new furniture halt
price. Room 9, Hamley block. Key
at 323 Front street.    Phoue A489.
AT THE
"Bi�� Clothing House"
All the latest in Spring Hats���Christy's, Stetson, Hawes apd Barrington,
in Hard Felt and Soft Felt, in all the
new colors and shapes. How about
one of those new green hats, in The
Little Trooper or golf shapes?
Premier Flour
T
IS TME  BEST.
Ask your grocer ier it, and be sure you get Premier Flour, for it has
no equal.
If your dealer does not stock it, p-hone 335, and we will deliver It to
you immediately.     Remember.  Premier Flour is the best,   once you
have tried ii you will always use it.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
STETSON'S   FELTS
$4.00 and $5.00
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  COLUMBIA  ST
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.      p. o. Drawer 100.
CHRISTY'S   FELTS
$2._0, $3.00, $3,50
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TARIFF   RELATIONS
As wiis to be expected Germany, a
great Industrial empire requiring a
market for the wares of her innumerable factories, wishes to do more business with Canada where tbe consumer
is an increasingly valuable aset, but
from which Bhe is practically debarred by the operation of the tariff.
There is little doule tbat the introduction of German methods of handicraft into this country would prove
very beneficial in many lines of Industry where the product Ig crude and
inferior, particularly in the more delicate features of textile workmanship.
and in the Steel and iron foundries,
where many indifferent castings aro
turned out, often disguised nnd, r n
coat of paint,
The campaign of publicity as to the
resources and opportunities of the Dominion in the agricultural districts of
Prussia, particularly in Silesia and
Rosen may .succeed in attracting to
the country energetic and Industrious
farmers who will make good In the
middle wesi as their fathers did in
the middle Btates of the southern republic half a century ago, nnd as so
many have done in South Australia
and elsewhere. On the other hand
the great Industrial centres of Westphalia and Saxony want a market for
their goods, which may well be found
here, though we think it will take
some education to convince the public not to distrust the ".Made in Germany" murk, nnd noi to regard It ns
synonymous ��'ltb cheap and nasi-.
manufacture. ,
the splendid ���: tern of technical
schools throughoul tbe German empire has had no small share In fitting
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Fresh   Pork    Sausages   daily.
Best  of   Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
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Choice
juicy  Steaks:
Phone 192
McMENEMY _ ANDERSON
Columbia
Prices
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I NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
COME IN TODAY
NEW   HOUSE OP    SIX    ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST.. ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS.    REAS
ONABLE   TERMS.
NEW LINES OF MEN'S OXFORDS
Men's velour oxfords, creased vamps,
military heels and very stylish, per
pair ....*4.00
Men's patent leather oxfords, an Am-
erienn shoe, made on the Sirdar last;
all sizes and widths, $4.00 and $4.50
MEN'S OXBLOOD   BLUCHER  CUT
Oxfords with merry widow eyelets and
prtent leather facings $4 50 and $5.00
i-ee our lines of men's buckle ox-
'or'oi.; the newest shoes on the market-
Men's patent leather bluchers, with
mat kid tops, pointed and broad toes,
pair  . . .$4.50
Men's gun metal bluchers, military
heels, oblong eyelets, a boot worth $6
a   pair.     Our   price $4.50
LADIES' SPRING  SHOES
The shoe world always blossoms out
with new ideas in women's *��hoes at
spring time... We're strong on ladies'
medium priced stylish shoes, patent
leather oxfords at $3.00; patent bluch-
|rs at $3.50; finest vici kid boots,
$3 50; etc., etc.
SPECIAL
See our line of men's paten*: l.-iiher
boots which go today for $5.00. Thsy
equal the average $6 and $7 boots.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. I.   I LARSON, Mgr.	
MONEY    TO    LOAN
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At MacKay's
NEW BOOKS
The Red City, by B, Velr
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
'. Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUoE   IN*_. C.
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Yi MARCH 22, 1909.
THE  DAILY KEWS.
THE
Cash Store
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
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Thes. cuts give you some idea of -.-.hat our new wearables for women look like. Never before have
we nad such an exclusive range of real high-grade ultra fashionable Suits, Ceats and Skirts for so little
money. We have a selection which you would find difficult to equal in British Columbia at the price.
Ytsti-rd.-iv wr unpacked three more cases of Silk Coats from Paris and Berlin. New Suits and Skirts
'rem London and New York.     Com.   and  see  for yourself.
A Big Bargain in Moreen
& Regal Taffeta Underskirts
$5.00 VALUCS FOR $-.5.
IV. r>  one   of these   underskirts is
i in m_i. . lit and finish.   Seams
led  and  double stitched;   friFs
l d    y  double    stitch strap.
a        are -haped at hips to fit snugly.
I   in    back   lo    put  ail fulness
back, ensuring a neat fit and
. ng wrinkles or bunches of cloth
waist,      Have gusset in hack
avoid  ripping.      $5.00 values
 $2.95
A Genuine Snap in Hemstitched Pillow Cases
��C HEMSTITCHED CASES FOR 20c
| width of 10 and 42 inches. Tho maul is good, long   staple Egyptian
ol ��� \tra durable quality, with
h-wlde hem, nnd beautifully hem-
\   real   bargain.  20c  each,
or-  pair      40c
$2 White Bedspreads $1.50
"*��� plain Marseilles also fringed lion
1   of    thoroughly   dependable
quality.    Regular J2.no for *1.50
$1.50 White Bed_preads'$l
" ""'> "'I size, plain and fringed for
 'alter and  dOUb e  bed;   honey-
:il"i    Marseilles.     On    sale at
 $1.00
Large Turkish Towels 50c Pr
23 Inches wide by 50 long, half
bleched, Turkish towels. Self colored,
a s;,,-eial purchase; on sale at, per
pair 5��c
Some Snaps in Tapestry-
Table Covers
We have far too many good table covers in tapestry on band. We have
just gone through them and can assure you that wa have been .busy with
the blue pencil marking them down.
Read the following:
$3.00  Cloths  for    $2.25
$3.50 Cloths  for *2-75
$2.7."i  Cloths  for *200
$4.00 Cloths for -*3-00
$,-..00 Cloths for H00
$6.00 Cloths  for *4-75
N<,,,,. These oolite �� yds. by 2. 2 yds.
by 2 1-2 and 2 yds   I���>' B.
121-2c Art Muslin for 7c
Ovei 200 yards of nice Moral art muslin |n colors for curtaiM, etc, Regular 12 ivy quality.    On sale at ...7c
Big Display of Women's
Plain and Fancy Belts
0���r bell stock is all on hand now, and
���,. certainly have a very creditable
,.,������.,, of plain nnd fancy leather and
nun1erouS oilier dainty conceits. Prices
40c, 50c, 65c, $1-00 and $1.25.
"** M.MM Ml MiMUMMMM|
T. M. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
this   week.     It   is   expected   that   a I
rge number ol  Westminster people
will take advantage of this opportune :
The James  .Johnson and the   Lord
Shaftesbury have .both left the river,
11 being towed out Saturday and yester-
I day by the tug Lorne.
A good appearance ls an invaluable
I asset, not a luxury,  but a necessity.,
I Ring up B278 and let us renovate your!
Clothes.      Royal CRv Dye Works     **
Principal  Straraberg was elected  a
| vice-president    and   his   honor  Judge
i Howay on th.. executive of the newly '
formed   Dalhousle  University  Society |
jot" liritish Columbia, last Saturday.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davles' Greenhouse, B20.S. v*
The regular meeting of the W. C. T.
ty to  bear these    prominent divines
during their short staj  on the coast.
The plans of the ni w block to be
built by Mr Thompson on (..lumbla
street are at the Dominion Trust Co.'s
office and any person desiring a store
in the same might call and obtain details about rental, etc., at offlce of
Dominion Trust Co., city. **
It is understood that ll. Vollens, assistant roadmaster for this section of
the C. P. R., bus been appointed roadmaster in succession to the late Alexander Munrb, and that O. Johnson win
be the new assistant.
PAGE PIVJ_.
Superintendent W.  O.  Miller wee
over the Eburne branch on Saturday
on a visit of inspection. The C. P. R.
will have three trains at work tomorrow, one bringing material from the
quarry at Port Hammond, and two receiving it in the city for distribatiou.
Five-room house in Sapperton, rent-
ed for $12 per month. For sale or
will exchange equity ($600) for city
lots. Apply Owner. Box 53��,iN'ew
Westminster. *t.
In a  latter  addressed  "The Luder-
taker,"'  Now Westminster, B. C, and
which he asked to have forwarded to
the secretary  of    tbe    local  lacrosse
club,   Sim  Riviere,   a  lacrosse   player
of Cornwal, Ont., makes known his Intention   of   ciming  west   this  season
That ambitions little magazine, Thajand seeks advice as to whether there
Levy,  Is  Oui   in a  striking  polka-dot   is an opening for him nere.     He does
cover  for iii.   month of .March.    The   hot mention  hi-   line of businee, nel-
featured
Death,"
storj    Is    "My
by    Grenville
Race With
Hammerton.
-.  will  be held in  the league parlor l Bertha
of Queen's   Avenue    church at three
o'clock this afternoon.      An  Interesting program has been arranged.
For table decoration? and   wedding
|i bouquets���a specialty. Ring up   Tidy,
the Florist, 184 ����
Four acres of wan r frontage on
Lulu Island have been purchased for
a nail and wire company's plant, as a
branch factory for a large manufactory In Hamilton, Om. The company
will principally manufacture nails.
For Westminster waterfront real estate ads. see pages 2 and 3. **
The first of the 14 vessels under
charter to the Fraser River Sawmills,
the Century, will arrive this week in
the river, foliow.-d at an early date
by the Shurbeck. a large German full
rigged ship, to load for South America.
Other charters ar-- under n.-gotiation.
Follow the want, to rent, lost and
classified real estate ads. on page 2.**
Commencing on .March 2. and con-!
timiing until April 4. evangelistic ser-j
vices will be conducted in Queen's
Avenue Methodist church, local ministers taking the service each evening.
The intention to have outside evangelists here this summer has now been
abandoned.
Everyone Interested In baseball la
invited to the annual meeting of the
New Westminster club. Russell hotel.
*- p.m. Monday, March 22. *v
lean Thompson continues her
expose of old-fashioned confident' ���
games, but her artlc ������- would have
been mor,. interesting If written in a
lighter vein���lh.. style is too studied
for the subject, The brains of the
Levy, however, are not to be found
in the stories or articles, but In the
really clever editorials which appear
on what the publisher calls "The
Rei.aid Page."
Don't forget the annual meeting of
ih,- Westminster Base all club at the
Hotel Russell on Monday ewning,
March 22. at 8 o'clock. Everybody
Interested in baseball cordially invited. **
ther floes he give any reason lor the
peculiar address which he placed on
his letter.
.ITS'.   OP E.N" Kli
1 he Dainty Tea & Lunch Kooins
Newly Furnished.
MISS   REID, PROP.
Afternoon tea a specialty. Home-made
Bread, Cake. tee. Ice cream in season.
Upstairs, above The Fair.
DUPONT    BLOCK,    COLUMBIA   ST.
Open from 7:.10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday to 9 p.m.
SPECIALS
SEE
WINDOW
h pieces in Mission finish, price $51.00
S pieces in Mission finish, leather-
seat chairs, price     $53.50
8 pieces in Solid Oak Mission finish,
consisting of 1 Buff**;, 1 Combination Chiffonier, li Leather-seated
Chairs, 1 Extension Table lb-
feet), for   $100.00
Tnese are  genuine bargains.    Call and
investigate.   Everything at lowest pos
sible prices.
W. E. FALES
Tomorrow a free lecture on ibe "An-   |
clent  Civilisation  of  the    Euphrates
Valby" will be given by the Rev. A _. 	
Hetherlngton in the Aberdeen School
hall. Vancouver.    This lecture will be
illustrated  with  Tf.  beautiful  lantern  When VOU Want
slides, and will .be held under the aus- ' .
pices of the Art, Historical and Scientific Association.
Under the auspices of the "Zephta
of St. Stephen's Presbyterian church,
Dr.T. Wardlaw Taylor will lecture on
Scotland in the days of her reformation on Monday. March 22nd, at eight
p.m. **
The funeral takes place tomorrow
Of George Duke Smith, aged 17, who
was accidently drowned off the Firefly on Friday evening. He had returned to the boat alone, and was not discovered missing till the following day,
when a search was instituted, and '
grappling irons recovered the body.
The funeral will take place to the ;
Church of England cemeter. from W.
E.  Fales' undertaking parlors. I
For miscellaneous wants .ud < '._.s.-.i-
fled real estate ads. see .age 2.       **
In connection with the Chipman-
Alexander evangelistic services in
Vancouver this week, special cars
have been chartered to take over a
number of Columbian college students
to hear these renowned speakers on
Wednesday and Thursday evenings of
furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT CALL 81.
Phone 97
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 for25c
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for ... 25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can    10c
Assorted Jama, regular price 25c lot..
3 for 50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO    1    POTATOES AT LOWEST Pr.lO_S.
Adams & Deans
...YOUR...
pring Suit
TO YOUR MEASURE
AND FIT
$17, $18, $20,
$25, $30
STYLE   AND   QUALITY   IS  OUR
MOTTO
.
Travellers, Read This!
(The Railway . asseng-.-' Assurance Company,  London,  England,
is not only the oldest accident  insurance  company  in the world, but
m     it has become famous for Its prompt and  liberal  settlements, as the
following letter will show:
Marcil  11, 1*08.
A. W. McLEOD,
Agent Railway Passengers   Assurance Co.,
City.
Dear Sir���I beg to acknowledge receipt of check in full payment
of m.a   claim for accident whir*, occurred to me In January last wh.,..-
plating hockey at Burnaby lake.
Although my claim was only put forward a few days ago, I hnve
already received a settlement, and thank you for the prompt manner
in which It has been deaH with.
(Signed) F. REICHENBACH.
GALVIN
The Ladies' awl Men's Tailor
B1XTH STREET.
The Railway Pasiengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journry or
other hazardous undertaking let me place a policy for you.
PAID UP  CAPITAL $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID, OVBR 30,000,000
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WOND^MARCH22^
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The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
OUTLOOK GLOOMY FOR
-UlLOINIi IN WINNIPEG
Unions Draw up  New Scale of Wages
Demanding  Increase  In Pay���
Bosses   Want   Reduction.
BALKAN TROUBLE
IS ALMOST OVER
Possibility of War Now Considered More Remote ���
Servia Ready to Disarm.
si. Petersburg, March 21.���The Belgrade correspondent of the "Bourse
Gazette" _ays in a despatch that M.
Milanoyich, thi Foreign Minister, told
him that Servia bad accepted the advice of tbe Powers to disarm. Servia
considers the action of tbe Powers to
be a. guarantee tha. she no longer has
reason io fear armed attack from any
sidft.
Belgrade, March 21.���The alarm of
the possibility of war with Austria-
Hungary Is sab-siding rapidly. The
Russian Minister here had a long conference with Foreign Minister Mllnno-
vich thi. morning. No official information has been gi-ven out, but there
is reason to believe that the peaceful
settlement of the Aust*. ��-Servian controversy is now only o question of
hours.
St. Fetf-rs-b-irg. March 21.���The
Russian Foreign Office has no advices
confirming the alleged Interview with
M. MUanovicb, on the contrary, the
statement was made yesterday that
no representations to that effect had
been made to Belgrade.
Berlin, .-.larch 21.���According to n
d( spatch to the "Fninkfurten l^ei-
tung" from Vienna, the Powers have
expressed the wish ibnt Austria-Hungary should delay answering Servia's
note, in order to gain time for consultation among themselves and to
permit further a-ction at Belgrade.
The Vienna Cabinet is willing to act
accordingly, says the despatch, and
Count Forgaeh, the Austro-Hungarlan
Ambassador to Servia, us therefore
t'xpected to wait until the end of the
month before handing over Austria's
answer.
B.C. MAN BUY. INTEREST
IN TWO ST. PAUL HOTELS
St. Paul, March 21.���An announcement was made of the sale today by
William P.-Davidson, of the Aberdeen
hotel and the Angus, a family hotel,
located near each other in the residence district, to A. q. Burdick, of
Victoria, B. C, and J. W. C. Wynette,
of London, Ont. The consideration is
said to have .been $860,000, and a
third  interest  iu  the  property.
STREET CAR  COMPANY
WILL   EXTEND   LINES
Belllngham, March 21.���Negotiations which have been pending for
weeks have been closed ibetween the
Whatcom County Railway _ Light
Company atfd'"t_e Belllngham Bay _.-
British Columbia Railroad Compan.
for the extension of the lines of the
street railway company down Dock
street and onto Sehome wharf. This
means consldera/ble to tourists mui
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition \ii
tors who come to the city this slimmer, for it makes it possible for them
to get into the business s.ction of the
city from the wharf without walking
half a mite or taking u. carriage. The
extension of the line will cost $13,000.
and the material is on hand for the
work to be commenced us soon as the
franchise   is   granted   by   the   city.
Winnipeg, March iii.���Builders and
contractors in tnis city anticipate serious labor troubles during the present I
year, which, unless they are speedily |
adjusted, will cause a setback to what
is anticipated should be the record
year for building in Winnipeg. The
bricklayers will demand G2y_ cents per
hour, an increase of 2% cents over
Un- price paid last year. While these
demands arc being prepared by the
unions, the master builders nre drawing up n new wage schedule, which
provides a reduction of 5 cents per
hour. The carpenters are now getting 35 cents, but will ask 40 cents
per hour in their tie\v agreement.
Nothing definite bus been decided with
regard to what the plasterers will require this year, but it is understood
that they will ask 65 cents, Instead
Of the 50 cents they nre now getting.
Several other unions consider that the
hourly wage is not sufficient to meet
requirements, nnd may prepare new
schedules.
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MISSOURI   RIVER   CUTTING
SHORTER   ROUTE  TO   SEA
Costly 109- Piece China
Dinner Sets as Prizes
ARIZONA EXCITED OVER
TWO BIG GOLD STRIKES
Phoenix, Ariz., March 21.���Two gold
strikes, reported to be the biggest ever
made ln Arizona, one ut Salome and
the other nt Bouse, have caused excitement throughout the territory and
all the western part from Phoenix to
the river is tilled with prospectors.
Mining men of experience who have
visited the scenes of the strikes say
that the ore is of surprising richness
and that there are evidences of permanence in the ledges. The strikes
are in districts where mineral has
been found heretofore in paying quantities.
St. ixmis, March 21.���A revised lis' !
of landings on tbe Missouri river com-
piled from recent government surveys
shows that    the    distance    from the
mouth to Fort Benton, Mont., is 22SI! ;
miles.     Government surveys made In j
187. showed the length of the river at I
that time 3112 miles.     This indicates
that the Missouri river has shortened
Itself 829 miles.
Every month we will distribute $250.00 worth of beautiful china
dinner sets to the persons holding the lucky duplicate coupons obtained from 49-pound sacks of Royal Standard Flour. Save your
coupons, compare them each month wit}i the prize-winning numbers
as they appear in this space. When you find your number among
them all you hav,- to do Is to return the coupon to ua, nnd we will
deliver free of all charges a handsome and costly 109-piece china
dinner set.
The full details of the contest are on the -nark of each coupon.
A  WORD   ABOUT  THE   FLOUR ITSELF.
You will require little inducement to ns-? Royal Standard Flour after
one.-, having tried It.      It Is the  purest,   strongest,     most   nutritious
and delicious bread flour on the market.
Manufactured only by
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
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I
Liquor Legislation in New Brunswick.
Frederickton, N. R., March 21.���In
the Legislature yesterday Premier
Hazen announced the Governments
intention to amend the Liquor License
Law by providing that a vote on
Local Option may be taken in any
city or municipality on application of
one-quarter of the taxpayers, and the
majority of the votes cast will decide
the   issue.
The Governorships-General.
London, March 21.���Th- London
correspondent of the Yorkshire "Post''
says that he henr-i a rumor, for which
hv has reason, to believe there Is some
foundation, that Lord Grey will succeed Lord  Mint... in  India.
I
New Paper in St. John, N. B.
St. .lohn, N. B., March 21.���The
"Standard," St. John's n.-w Conservative paper, will make its appearance
this week. James H. Crockett will be
business manager, and S. D. Scott editor.
The Anthracite Cri6is.
Shamokln. Pa., March 21.���The flection of 200 delegates from the local
unions of the United Mine Workers in
ti.e Ninth district, to the Scranton
convention next Tuesday, wns reported to district headquarters here tonight and of these about 50 per cent,
are said to have been Instructed to
vote for a general tieup, unless the
operators grant coneessioua.
F.rst get her answer���then come to Me.
My  Rings for engagements she surely should see;
Diamonds and Rubies, Emeralds���Pearls.
Fer pleasing the tastes of Westminster girls.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
I
I     Learn to Do Banking.     *
No mattei how small your luslness may be, have a bank account,
The merchant who has a bank account establishes his credit, has
safely for ,;- cash, and pays bis bills with cheque in a business
tnanni
YOI" are Invited to open an   account in
Coulson Surrenders.
Winnipeg, March 21.���W. A. Coulson, former secretary of the Western
Canada Retail Merchants' Association,
for whom a warrant was issued for
embezzlement, walked into the offlce
of the chief of provincial police yesterday morning, and gave himself up.
He was released on $8000 ball.
: Graniteware :
Just ,-i rived���Full and complete stock Graniteware, fn all the very
new.?: designs, and at the lowest possible prices. Call In and inspect o*ir Flock;  no trouble to show same.
TRAPP
Regulation
|   Aay available Dominion. ian,
��� to the railway be'. i��� !!,Md,W*
W^maybehoLZ^M
'"ho is thesoleheadofa',f?1WH
any male over ts ym^;^Ui
; extent of ons-quaite, ���iJ'H
.  acres, more or 'J; M
'��� Entry muat be mad. Wm.M I
I the local land office for the SV1
���   *Wch the land is situate   _?H
��� Proxy may, however, be mad*        .
tain conditions by the father1^\
son, daughter, brother ort: "fl
intending homesteader. "���
The homesteader 13 required t_,M
form tbe condition, c___e.,,, l I
!��.���-.--ia
(1)    At leaft six moauis' re   .
.upon and cultivation ol th. i,^
each year for three >ta_rs,
, (2) If the father (or mot_,r ��� J
father Ib deceased), ���. th- _J
steader resides upon a farm Ig J
vklnlty of the land entered [cM
.requirements tu to residence wo*
satisfied by Buch person residing f_j
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler hag _is mJ
ent residence upon farming i___,
ed by him ln the vicinity of hU|
stead, the requirement, ae toi
Oence may be satisfied by resi*
upon the 6a!d land.
9Ii months' notice in writing
b# given to the Comut .loner of|
. Inkm Lands at Ottawa of InteatlMll
! apply for patent,
COAL���Coal mining rights i_jj l
I leased for a period of twenty-oni jn\
, at  an  annual rental of ll ...r
;N-t   more   than 2660 acres sh.
| leased to one Individual or conp]
i A royalty at the rate of fir. cents.
ton .hall be collectel on   tho
'ehantable coal mined.
w. w. cow,-
Deputy of the ICInlitar of the 'tite
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
THE HOME        P��PE|
Is   the  Papi-r That  Prints VI
the     Home     Nhw?
The     Daily    Wews
10c a   Week.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Ihi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
New Westminster, B. C. Branch. P. B. LYLE. Mgr.     ?
TOTAL ASSETS OVER $50,000,000. i
6k)��ok>*o*c>*oc^o��o*o*c^o*C'*-4oo*o*o c*o��o*oeo��oeoQeo��
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i   JAMES & McCLUGAN
��������� Sole Agents ���
��� Trust Block, Front St., Mew Westminster <
��� A.  JAMES. J.  McCLUGAN.
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Take notice that an application has
been made to register Oeorge Adams
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Mayor and
Treasurer of the City of New Westminster, to Oeorge Adams, Hearing
date the 26th day of September, A.D.
1302, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premise*
situate, lying and being In the City of
New Westminster, in the Province of
Briti,sh Columbia, more particularly
known and descii ted as Subdivisions
1", and HI of Lot 8, Suburban Block
11.
Yon and those claiming through or
under yon and all persons claiming
anj Interest In the said land by virtue
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any lnteresi in
the said land by descent, whose title
Is not registered under the provisions
of the Land Registry Act, are required
to contest the claim of the tax i>ur-
Ichaser within forty-live days from the
'date of the first publication of this notice niton you, and In default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens b< ing
lil.il within such period, or In fMnult
of redemption before registration,
you and each of you will be forever
estopped and -debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
Bald land, and I shall register George
Adams as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby certify that publico-
tlon Of tills notice for thirty days lii
a dally newspaper published in New
Westminster will be good and sulfl-
��� leni service thereof.
Hated at the Land Registry oilice,
New Westminster, province of British
Columbia, this Hitli day of March,
\   I)., 1909.
To   Thomas
C.  S. KKIT1I.
District  Registrar.
William       McColm':
tarlea W. Wise, Caroline A. Jack.
Mutton
Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction.
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. mom
DAY",
��ARCH 22 ,1909-
THE   DAILY   N EWS,
PACE 9EVE-.
r.NDE"
FOR
BED RIVER BRIDGE.
Kersigned.
T   "i'."l,r
F , ��� ffiii
|J*J tbe   con
|rra..^n;)UC"t: '
n'rloii-
,,.., addressed io the un-
"���'""; .hl.d on the envel-
"Ud;; the Bed River
,... received at tbe of-
missloners of the
railway until 1-
Ui, stii day of April.
^"i-ructiou and erection
0("f*"concrete bridge and
<��**�� ,|V��� me Red river
CfwtJw and ^. Boniface,
et* L ot Lo<"'";'''<- 8treet' l��'
^'t-rVadms and *>",roacl1
*r greets in Winnipeg.
Pus��tfl tenders must be submit-
" e substructure with other
^er ^,,1. e. and for super-
details and profiles may be
tuiv.
formation outained at
it Ot-
Itrut'
plan-'.
fceoffl   0'j .   offiCe ol .he
.,   st.   Boniface,
���istric'   '
Wanted at Once! <vMAD^incanada
100 MEN      j
favfa.
ni. ��''������
�������� ... noUfled that
;,  .applied   by the
���aI.i, li  may be bad ou
loen
lade i :���
MM
[Ugh D. Lumsden,
...  Ont., and  M.
Mcatl  ���   '
K  Poulin,   . engineer,   St.
iiinila<v Man'
Lh        ': " siKU"d'
L,|i, all thi   parties to the ten-
" a,,d witm ed, nnd le accom-
U,d'"v an accepted cheque on a
L..r.<i ba ;. ol the Dominion of
Eda,paya     '    ��������� Commissioners
[fie Tr.. ental Railway, for
|f sum m' $25,000 for substructure
[j    , ���   ichedule, and
Aie ��um of $25,000 for steel super-
Iture and floor.
���The cv ' P�� !'"<l     by     tUe
Irty whose tendi i  Is accepted will
deposited to lhe credit of the Re-
itW-Geberal ol Canada as  security
rthe due anil faithful performance
|fie contract according to its terms.
Lues deposited by  parties  whose
Men are rejee-'d will be returned
jtilD :en days after the signing ot
le contract.
|The ripht Is reserved to reject any
tall bldstaoin ....6   . .ogicOthe ao
| all tenders.   By onl- r
P E. RYAN, Secretary.
le Commissi.'ii- r- of  the Transcon-
l-Jnmta! Rallwa
iDat.d at Ottawa   Gth March, 11*0..
Hwtpapen   Inserting   this adver-
tement trlthoai  authority  from  the
���mmissier.-<- v   I i o(    e ; aid for it.
p Spring Goods for
-dies and Gentlemen
and women to come and see the splen-
did bargains |n ���,.w ;ind 8(.cond.nand
furniture, as well as many other arti- ���
cles of many kinds, including brooders, Incubators, typewriter, Al banjo,
large altohorn, guitar, autoharp, vio-1
Iln, etc., etc.     We have some eplen-1
did    walnut    parlor    furniture,  very '
cheap.   Come and get good value for.
your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store'
Just  received���a shipment  of  new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, type-,
writers, and light automatic macnin-j
ery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  on  the Wheel.'
NEW SALMON FISHERIES j
'   REGULATIONS ISSUtD
ALEj-tATUS
!S THE BEST
W. GILLETT CO..
Toronto, Or.-.
B. C. Gazette Defines Mean-j
ing of "Taking or Catching" Salmon Along Coast.
Choice  Hams  18c
AT THE
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i.fflce 'Phone 18b.      Barn   Phone 137
Columbia   Street
Baggage   di llvered    promptly   to
any part or tne city.
Central Meat Market Ugh0^i^f���v.!!-,uling
Corner Eighth St. ana    Fifth Avende
PHONE .va
BOW ELL & ODDt, Proprietor*.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12./.
up.
Silver   Watches,   g- nt*'   open
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents'   open
$7.50 up.
Agent     for     Waltham     and
watches.
Watch' repairing a specialty.
face
case
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material  sou   want   for
Suits made to order.    Perfect fit'guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor        ���
P. O.  Box 634,
New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
The   following   fishing    regulations
appear in the current number of the
[B. C. Gazette:
1. In the following regulations "take
salmon" shall mean the taking or
catching of salmon ny means of a
boat and net, or by fish trap, and a
person Bhal] be deemed to take salmon and to ivqniri- to obtain a license
under these regulations who takes sal-1 4
mon by means of a boat and net, or IJ
by means of a lish trap. ���
2. No person shall take salmon ot'', +
any kind in any waters of this prov-1 *
inc.- unless authorised so to do by . - j f
license Issued under the provisions or|X
these regulations, < *
No fishery license  shall  be granted j J
to  any  person  unless li��. ,be a British
subject and resident of the province.
A license to take salmon by means
of a boa: and net for one year, from
th,- first day of January until the
thirty-first day of December, may be
obtained from the Commissioner of
Fisheries upon payment of a fee of
twenty-five dollars.
A license to take salmon by means
of a fish trap for one year, from the
first day of January until the thirty-
first day of December, may be obtained from the Commissioner of Fisheries upon payment of a fee of five dollars.
Such a license shall authorise the
license,, to take salmon of the kind
at the time and In the mann-r prescribed by the Dominion Fishery Re-
gulations,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE          11.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Xewfoundland, and in Loudon, England. New York, Chicago and Spokane U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business  transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all parts of
the world. ,
Savings   Bank   Department���Deposits received   in sums of  $1  and   upwards,  and interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate.)
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   G.   D.   BRYMNER,   Manager,
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Lawn Grass Seed \
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
I
PHONE 57.
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P, o. Box 474.
Tel.
Ues.  129.
Two
F. CRAKE
doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Fraser River Service
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Engines
PALMER    Q
BRO_.T>*0
AND FOIR
���CYCLE
OASOLINE
ENGINES
t   material     for
and suitings has
IA beautiful line
Ilor nude costumi
n ..-.-;
|We guarant., a perfect fit and good
M-MJShl]
ING  YUEN
Kwong On Wo 4  Co.   Block,
Columbia   and   Mclnnes   Sts.
bone 5f
P. O. Box 665.
1  1-2
h p., 2 and 4 cycle.
Str. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
!tOESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY.
Sl  6   1 in., calling at following i*dut-:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Vat- value on the market. Engines kept in
le;., Whonnock, Uuskin, Silverdale, Mt.! stock at
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    Hatzic
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas ano
Chilliwack.    Returning  leaves  Chill- ;
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday  at 7  a.m.    Excellent    passenger j
accomodation.    Lowest Freight rat"-'.
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO.,   Ui
R. Whitmore. Mgr.
New Westminster
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
0/
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
j The  Diary of  King Solomon.
June 23���Another carload ot sawed
cidar in from Tyre for the Temple.
[ Bos.- carpenter reports most of it un-
j -der length. Wrote Hiram 01 Tyre a!
j letter calling him down. Considerable
I trouble owing to H's desire to short-j
; change me in this contract.
June 25���Married four times today, j
Two brunettes from Moab, one aujurn j
and  a sorrel. Am afraid  I'll have to
hire a new best man.   Party now hold-
log the job complains of overwork.
June 2.���Looking over family tod iy.
I took note that brunettes predomin- , '
ated. Decided to liven up the color j'
sdheme a trifle. Fired the following
telegram to Hiram: "Please forward
promptly one blonde wife, Unless ab-
solutely necessary, don't send per.'
June MU���Hiram don't know much 1
about business abbreviations. Just J
got a query from him by wire, coll. c :
"Per what?'
Wired back this answer:
"Peroxide, of course. ���
Consider Hiram a pretty dumb pro- j
position.
July ii���Blonde arrived O. K. Looks
;ike the genuine article, but can't be I
sure  these   days.    Good   many  drug-1
Manutactarert and Dealers in AU Kma
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxen.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
��� ��� ���
Easterbrook Milling Company,
E.urne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel... $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminater.
Telephone 838.
stores in Tyre.
Railway Time Tables
Jhisjs the
"��':, ovi
mil ma
ll Dry's catalogue
out your order for
Celtic Coast
Tested Seeds
Trt'^, IV,:.'
No windy ;v
N'�� daman,. |
B.
Bee Supplies, eic.
to annoy you.
iralgatlon, No
**��ot customs,
YOU "PRr-a-   ,
PREoS THE   BUTTON,'
WE DO THE   REST.
HENRY'S i
^series
C*'..r'T'"��"-
tr- BC   Branch Nursery,
Sou'h Vancouver.
C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Weok Day Scheaule.
Cms leave Vancouver for New Wl v
minster at 5:60, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:001^��
11.111., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30  P-m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., aud every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver lor New West
minster at  !*:00 and 9:00 a.m., anil
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
HViO p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster ror Van
couver at 8:00 a.m., nnd every hall
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster,
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Hates on work of any description or quantity quote-
on application.
July 4���Took advantage of glorious
Fourth to be married a couple of
times. Am informed that I lost -several children and a brother-in-law by
permature explosions of toy cannons
and Roman candles, (memo: to ascertain name of late brother-in-law;
might have known him personally).
July S���Family physicians report
T J goods n.ws from wives 28, 134 and
��� ��� 379; merely two girls and a boy.
���p    Think I'll ord-r a private census.
July  11���Completely    surprised    by
! results of census.    Counting out pos
J,   sibie   ringers,   census  enumerator   re-1
j.   ports a total of six hundred and nine- '
���_��� I ty   wives���at   least   seventy-five  more
, than I had expected.   Mum .be a good
many strangers among them.   Hope to j
j take a day "ff this week and go round j
���i��|iind  get  acquainted.���New  York  Eve- \
ning Sun.
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Great  Northern Railway.
Lv. N.W. 9:15 11.111.; ar. Seattle I I'>>
Lv. N.W. 4:155 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. N.W. 12:10 a.m ; ar. Health
j a.m.
] Lv. Scuttle 8:10 a.m.; ar. N-W.
I Lv.  Seattle 4:25  p.m.;   ur.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m.: -if
a.m.
Jackson & Morrison I
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388   4* I*8 th
V
i
N.W.
1:15
un.
1:56
N.W. "
OPER
A HOU
BOOKINGS.
faar*., .,
April *.\. l!l      Beresford.
April     -,'   ,;" '��� ' Power,
AWi ~'~y ' "    Mary.
A;,,:,1';;'!' Walsh.
"" Q">Berbrea Man.
G. N. H.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westmmoter on Tu��
day nt 10 a.m., returns at 6 p.��
city.     Leaves Thursday,  I  '
rives In city Friday 8:45 a in
Friday at 3:50 p.m., atrivea In
Saturday at !��� a.m.
Leaves Port Qulchon al
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on    Friday, ��
6:30 a.m. Saturday.     Arrives al
Qulchon 6 p.m., Thursday Bud
to
..!'-
1. ive
on
unl
A Bag of Cement
bought here wil! be found entirely free from powdered clay
and other cheapening filling.
That means the cement will go
farther and last better than the
"tilled" kinds. If you hare h;Jd
experience yon know it pays to
buy the best building materials.
To obtain the best you'll be wi*e
to come her-', we don't handle
any other kind.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Edison Theatre
Animated
Pictures    and
Songs.
Illustrated
For Pure Fertilisers.
Ottawa, March 21.���Hon. Mr. Tern-
pieman ha_ Introduced a Bill respect-
inn agricultural fertilisers, which has
received Its fir>t reading. Us object
protection of farmers who buy
fertilisers, and among other things,
compels manufacturers to be registered and an analysis of their fertilisers
niadv public. The legislation is founded on a Bill Introduced in the Senate
last year, which, however, did not
g#-t beyond the preliminary stage
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
8EASON.
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Electric Railway Service ii
C. P. R. Official Changes.
Winnipeg, March _l.~Robert  Kerr,
Passenger Traffic ManaW of the C.
P. R. for many years, is to be retired
a 11-I   W.   R.   Mclnnls.   Freight   Truffle
__. I Manager, will succeed Mr. Kerr, hav-
jlng control of both the freight    and
Program changed Monday, Weilues- pRg_engtr    traffllc  department^.    Mr.
day and Friday.     Special nmtlnee for !''i_nigan  Is appointed 10 the position
ladles and children, Saturdays at 2:3> 0f   fre-gni   truffle    manager,    having is���
p.m. control   of  the  whol-  f^lfht system.
Admission,  10c. Children, BO.Under Mr. Mclnni.. nnd Ms headquart-
F. L. KERR, Manag r.    ' ers v ll| be In Mm"
Interurban  Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car l-iaves at 11 p. ui.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:W p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over tho
city   line.
City Une: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minute,
after, commencing at 0:30 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past Ond fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 0:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m;
British Columbia ElectricjRy/Co., Ud j;
ADVERTISE IN THEJNEWSI
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THE  DAIL��  NEWS.
MONOAY
march
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A TREMENDOUS
Money-
Saving
Opportunity
THE
Public Supply Store
is simply selling out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
PR OOF"
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/TrHE very fact that there are
* more Great Majestic Malleable .and Charcoal Iron R_n|e��
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Dont You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t-mes as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
A, 1. P. EXHIBITION WILL
ATTRACT MUCH ATTENTION
Scenic    Beauties  of    Seattle  Will   Be
Revelation to Visitors from East
ern   States.
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
:save you money on
-our reduced prices.
To keep your eons and daughters under the home roof a piano or graph-
ojjhone Is the greatest at traction, and
tho Inck of one sends thini elsewhere
to Beeh entertainment. We bave them
on easy terms, also sewing machines
for the  hous.wile.
Flight now the Alaska-YukoiPPaclflc
Exposition is the magnet that is tunneling thousands ot' people from
eastern, southern and middle-western
states to the Pacific coast partly for
the reason that the exhibition will
open up a new -line of thought with
its greut displays from Alaska. Hawaii
and the Philippines as well as th,-
Orient and partly because of the much
advertised scenic beauties of the
.states   bordering  on   the   Pacilic.
The state of Washington and more
particularly the Puget Sound country
will soon be eth mecca for trainload-
of strangers. But Washington will
not hold the visitors for an indefinite
period for they have sonretliing in
mind further than a visit to the exposition at Seattle.
The exposition itsolf is going to open the eyes of tne thousands of visitors who will come to Seattle expecting to find an exhibition very slmlliar
to what has been offered before. The
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition is
not going to be remembered after its
gates close because of its great size
or by the nun_b_r of Its .buildings, but
because of the beautiful picture formed by the work of the builder and
landscape artist, framed in by lakes,
mountains and woodland scenery distributed lavishly on every hand by nature.
OBITUARY.
i \i Todd's Big Music Bouse
COUJMBIA STREET,
Thomas Shannon.
Tb. funeral of the late Thomas
Shannon, of Cloverdale, took place on
Sat urday morning to the cemetery a:
_a.V.-ley Prairie, Rev. A. Dunn, of Sap-
perton, officiating. There was a very
large gathering, as M:. Shannon was
a pioneer of the Clover valley, and the
coffin was ixirne by old friends of the
deceased. Many floral tributes were
sent. D. Murchle couducud the funeral.       ���
These household ne-
ceskaries will never j
be bought cheaper
pr better anywhere
than at th��
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PUBUC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FECLOWS' BLOCK.
CEO. ADAMS, Prop.
The Pearson Electric Co.
(Successors to T. Mowbrey
Klectric Works)
BANK    OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING.
Opposite . ostoffiee.
Dealers in Electrical Machinery, Fixtures mi Supplies
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and- Motor Repairing a
Specialty,   phone 331. P. O. Box 928.
Mrs. Robertson,
The d-ath occurred on .tuturild.
evening at the Royal Columbian hospital of Mrs. James Robertson. She
had been twice married, her second
husband who pre-deceased her, former-
ly being engineer at the Hurnaby sub-
Btatlon. She leaves a son and two
daughters.
Mrs. Johnston.
The interment took place on Saturday at Mission of Mrs. Sarah Johnston, aged 61, who di. d on Friday
evening at the Royal Columbian hospital.
WE HAVE ALL KINDS O.
Toilet Requisites
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Of the  Best Quality.
T. A. SHJIR
& C5.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block, New ifcWUminster
BREAKFAST IS  READY.
25c.
Sliced Oranges.   Rolled Oats.
Poached BggB. Boilvd Eggs,
and   Eggs.  Bacon  and  Kgfc.
Plain  Steak.  Halibut Steak.
Ham
Pork
Chop. Mutton Chop    Vi-al Cutlet. Salomon Steak,
Toast-.     Bread,     Butter.
Hot   iV-.'es   with   Maple   Syrup
Tea Coffee Milk
Oi'i'fy   . resh   Ranch     Eggs   us-vl   in ,
tii.s Cafe.
THE ROYAL CAPE.
' The City Council expects to take up
! the estimates, which require comple-
j tion, after the regular meeting this
'evening. There is a quantity of routine business  requiring attention.
House of Quality t
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Optimist
ls a man who wears Northway Clothing, and who.--- thoughts are ns eheer-
lul as his dress. !���
The guaranteed clothing you bear so *
���um ch abont.
$15 to $30
An Ideal
Farm Home
We are offering lor sale an ideal farm home in the Eraser valley. Ther,- ar,- SO acres of the richest alluvial soil; .10 acres cleared
nnd balance very linhi brush, it js convenient to town, water mains
pass the door, and water is pumped to the buildings. We offer this
farm  for <mly $9000;  half cash, balance al 7 per cent.
Hen's another only four miles from town; HO ucres; 60 cleared,
This Is n money-making Investment.    Price 18000.
To rent���100-acre farm; se acPei ,]i;i,,���| ;in{_ f,.,,0 _,���<���._. stumps;
balance good pasture land. There Is a fl.Bt-claas orchard on the
property from which lust year over $4.(1 worth of fruit was sold; 20
acn are in fall wheat. The building are good. It la an ideal
dairy and ivult farm and n mono; matter to any ',ni>- Easy
terms.
j. .-gene Brown & Co. f
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New Westminster, B. C,
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SERVICEABLE
Dress Goods
LOWLY PRICED.
We mention here a few of the most popular lines
which have found their way into the Dress Goods
Section during the last few days. You may become
better acquainted with the values to be found here by
a personal inspection. Ask to see these new lines.
They denote the best values procurable.
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Striped Armure and Plain
Armure Cloth
in navy, brown cardinal, green and
cream.     Per yard 50c
Fancy Striped Foule
in narrow pattern stripes. Colore
navy, brown, cardinal.       Per yard66c
Fancy Wool Plaids
in dark shadings of brvwu. green and
navy.      Per yard ..60c
New Shades in Cashmeres
a    complete    range    now    tn   t-tixk.
Shad<*e  of navy,  brown,  pre^n, cardinal,   black,  cream,  ��-tc.      Per  yard
 50c and 65c
Self Stripes in Suitings
42 to 48 inch suiting. In the popula-'
colors, medium weight*. Bhad-S of
green, navy, brown, cardinal, taupe
jrrey. black and grey, etc. Per >*urd
 90c to $1.00
Satin Striped Voile
Black only ln heavy weight narrow
stripes.      Per yard $1.15
Cream Coatings
Such materials as PANAMA, heavy
serge, mohair, Bedford cord, broadcloth, etc., ln the proper weights for
spring and summer coats. Per yard
 90c to $1.50
Brocaded Linings
A highly finished coat lining with _U_
cy design on fine body. A mo-st desirable and serviceable lining in
every respect; 1!6 inches wide. fer
yard 60c
Special Out Sizes in
Ladies' Skirts
An attractive line of ladles' pananin
skirts In bluck and navy, made in 7-.
11 gon-d; plain style with fold of
siune material. We have had these
skirts made especially to order with
waist measure ranging from 28 Inches
to ;)6 Inches; Inb-iigths from 36 to 42
inches.       Each $7.50 to  $12.50
A Superior Quality Cotton
Table Damask
75c per yard
72-lnch white cotton table damask
with n permanent high linen finish
which la guarantee.! to launder In per.
feet style. Unmask of this grade is
superior tO Inferior linens. " Try a
table b-ngili. You will be well pleased
with it for every-day use.
72 Inch Curtain Net
Just arrived���several pieces of white
|tnd colored boblnet or fish net. In
great demand for curtains of every description.     Per yard 36c to 50c
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New Linen Suitings
Here at last
We make this statemeni because ol
the fact that dozens of our customers
have been inquiring regarding them
froni time ;o time lately. We ari
now lowing a complete rangi ol
-triped raid plain costume lini-iis In
shades of GREEN'. BROWN. SKY,
MAUVE, Copenhagen blue and - I
Per yard 35c to 50c
WHITE  INDIAN HEAD
Ptr yard 25c
STRIPED   INDIAN   HEAD
Per yaid 35c to *5c
Manchester Galatea
Suitings
Ul   strlpns.     _b__vs  of   brown,  green
fawn and blue.      1'er yard   35c
The Millinery Section
ANNOUNCES     THE     DISPLAY     OF
MORE   NEW   HATS
N.-w   shapes,  n. w   flowers,  new onm*
menta,  straw braids, nnd other trim-
ndngs or every description, bavi
rivd   sine,- the Ound  Milliner)   display. '  Those in charge   bave '>-������:1
busy   turning    ou:   hats  trimmed    !l
styles  which are  models luud to dia-
tlnguisb   from  th-  ejcpenBW* pattern
hats.      The adaptation    of    Style    ���
suit your requirements, the pHcIng t��l
lints so that they aro within the reach
of -very purse, nr.- feature! carefull)
���thought out nnd nre Whal  make   "
Millinery Department so popula''
Then again there is placed before yen
here an immense range of everything
lo choose from in the matching and
making up of hats to your liking, 9
bet now when you have such choice
nnd leave your orders early.
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THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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