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 riRE
INSURANCE
vVHITt, SHiLES & CO.
SEW  W-STMINSTER,  B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE SHILES j& CO.
_60 Cell '*%��� >a St.    Phone 85.
NEW WESTMINSTE-t, R C. VEDN B8DA.  MORNING, MARCH 10. 1309.
k VE CENTS PER COi-*Y.
Ml Of (OP TIE
IXED BY LEAGUE
ENTS PASS     ;
LOCAL LEGISLATURE
btminster  Meets  Celtics [Greater Powers Given Under
PROLONGED BATTLE STARTS
FN HONEST VOTERS LISTS
:ot
B.L.T'.-ophy April 10
ime With Thistles.
i,, r 0j    atl rg in eonnecilon
Local Improvement  Planl
to .Advance Works.
V'   "���_______t _____
.;,���  \\, i   football   club, j te
...     . Hou in iho Van-   i.m. ..  to the city
���   were dealt wl.h   gent
meeting oi  thi   executive  com-   ^.^
rh. amendments to the civic char-
'���  whlcn ;"'e of such    vital Impor-
awaii only the as-
Bowser Attempts to Force Iniquitous Measure on People cf
Province  -Liberals and Socialists Unite lo Fight in
Cause of Right-Seige May Last For Days.
���      ^^^^^
,t last even ng
tea in I**-!
the Thistles on Saturday in the
RUe     Then  will be no special car,
team uers will go
,,f    ������'"'   lieutenant g6vertior to
them operative.     They mainly
follow   .li.-  ii,,.-  suggested at   the  re-
c-'iu union  ol municipalities meeUng
tl.
riion.
Mayor Kea
ry
na -
v  11
;,v the ordlnai'i jervice
io  Victoria from  lime to tune to at-j
tema  mi. tings ot ihe municipal com-
ned ^ decisions reached at Um  ^  1   ^  i"Kishl"'"'
.    I other action tq see them become law,
Beaton, the  league  'Lieu.ite.
I	
ouvee league the
J    I  ��� tti ^^^^^^^^^^^^
vK)!. , ..;-.:   ���       The linal  for the
cup ilayed at Recreation
li, Va   i "ii the Sat urday be-
ii.. if iin- ground
.   day    '.lore  this.
I . an a) a visit bei ���.
���   made to rear-
t    he    -i'i ni  game
n island, From April  iu
arisin    o u
\\\0  CU|,   li'
Many Minor  Matters.
.  tl ell,'     out-id
iei ii granted
and tuta
in.-.- qualified
',i en l iron ���
i the Vav
.   no assist-,
in  I -land   and   West-
��� i.     foi  i avellng
.  .��� ���   cii      i i thin
nd three i imes ��� ei
s ���   i -eli..-   than   Van-
no been i   ��� ���
-    Bor Saul on
tli - a    ocks,  i.is old
; .i.- Ill-'lit   ol
I'I The    'Ol lectin g
.. work again al
|o ani ... 'ij. ret-
in i
���i  for ih,
Convict Clark  to  Return.
"'��� oha.j lit;  tha  !
���___���
P''���' ���   h for f!������-'���-,
.
' M" ua Vernon last
ck to thi   '
..I    few
.'. nil;,   Carroll
���  in      rj  ,��� ii .-
'  Pro "iv.il  I'. 1  ,
'       tul le   Sti veil-
In  .idiHtiuu  to the amendments      i.-
iiul!.   favov d as applicable to all mu-:
al 11 II i-
..   ')  clauses    act,    particularly   o ���
*.vi:h  refer, in e  io the methods i
���  sment lor local improvement, sev-J
- ral    hai ing    (special    referenci    to
minster have been passed In the
co
viiniit to the Westminster char
vs ei ��� ii dohe
i 'mi' vi r.  rs   (he   ( iinncil
, oses     o a andon    ; ;.e cbai ter this
.]    .       mil  ,i ��� i fi :��� iiiliim i"
the   peoplp  ni   the  next   elei tion,  this
Hal on; to which naturhllj
soiii,. objection has been taken in the
house,  will   Ipse  its   power  after  the
Liberal and Socialist members of he provincial legislature have
���lu"'"' handa ln ���' determined citoitt., , veni th. Introduction Into this
province ol tin   n tbrious Roblln-Rfcgp :,,,,tl ...���,.,  ,hi, ,���,,,.,,
oi Manrohii hy a Miioim-siiieorted Coiis-rvui-., governmi I . few years
a^a Vttdrney-General Bftwaer, to whom is delegated the dirties! work nl
liis party, is leading the iniiiuitous a|tt>mpi ��� :... :!.,. control ol the
franchise in the hands of the suppliers nl :���     ,,.,.,., v. run; in thai
course  ������-  "'' face ef the determiieA opposition and protest ol the members of the house, of his own  party, m  organl ed labor, and ef the    n \
ince nt large.
\  provincial election  Is for -t. ,i within     i   next twelvemonths   l'he I
-MfHi'ide uduiiiiistriiiion tears io rely   kpon its    record" In .m appeal to the
mid to ensure tnki return to tower would descend to the mantpu-
l-UI      of the  \   ters'  i sis  in the most  ;,,.,.. , un, -       ,,   js   ,
���  the gn in  Napoleon  Bo' fe'r,  ch iorbach       i  ntor  nn.l
perse.  .   ir nf l-'.iv ������ rivei fish i men.
 r *",,'i" '"n�� nfefc iiitri'iM.-v,  Bill  S'o  9, lo nniend the Provincial '
Electi        ai t, so as to permit the striking off i of persons who had i
�����_    >u ^^^B         ^_____m                ___________________^^^^^^^^^^^^  ^^^^^^
ommon amending    act,   instead    pi *''*1~u  " ''������-���.��� m .,n   ivvnai Jlstrii     n which the;  were regis       :      .);
th    the    expi             process   b. V y'u' 'i''l,:'l*!- ,""1'r 0| ,ht' ,v> ",tl|;"'             ed an       endmeni          .:, i
n,on,i..,,.���t  .- ,i,-  u'..,.,���i������,. ..      .... to saiv-iiard the electors and clear upti injinhci ��� f                          ��� th,. old
' ��� and 'lour up n num..! r i f uneertaintli s In lh
This amendment coata^ped  tbi .   0 l at   the  name of no one
should   be .-truck  Off  the  list   '.ho  had  noi   ceased,   for a   period of  twelve
i   ths at least, io reside in that :idiii:       Bowser    accepted    (he ai en :
inenl   but  insisted on striking oui        -yenr limitation,     John Meltints,
'ii-aiid Forks, also moved an amendmenl  thai no person's name _
off    i-    i-t  unless he had ceased v reside  In  the  district   for a  period of
one  year. <���
in order to get his amendment -hrough, M.u-il.uiald consented to strike
MANY KILLED BY
TORNADO IN .00111
Brinkloy. Ark.. Destroyed
age Hv000,000.
Memphis,   I- an .   Mnroh  '���' - A   di-
p.ii.-li  fo the liemphii News-Selmuat
from  Brlnkley,  AiK. a  tiwn bt 3000
Inhabitants,  saj*s   thai   Qtteeo   white
persons and more iluwi iw.iity n,,:.\   ,.
wen- I'ilied I) u ii'iiindo that BWepl
Brl   tley at 7 o clock last evening, and
ii   i-   ���. aruuisly   e tuna ted   ih.-it   l !i  ��� i
��� i    v wei n   ii">   anj   one  hundred
mi    injured.       \s   the   day    pro-
��� ��� ��� - d ii lief p.i iie-- louud the dead
bodlep of man] negroes In the d--vis.
The ;iro,"crty i,--s i-  estimated alieui
$1,000,000.
A  mass un. inn. ni .  u/eiis was lh',,1
ai Brlnkley todaj aud a Udegrani wa
seni  i" Govi inor Donaghej  at  Little
Rock, urging him lo go to Brlnklej i.
taki d ;ii ge   .'t    be
tion.
The    overnoi ha    i    ��mild
lea re for the       v
It- has ' old   " .'. C. llliil
I ,    of   Sllhdh islnn   tWO,  nnd   all   . \
ei'pt  one loi of subdivision three, ol
TEMiRANCE PARTY
LOSES ELECTION
'a'
'���
Scott Act Supporters Beaten
in   C'losc   Contest    l..v..t
Blow to Reformers.
ii   17.  suburban  block   I.  for i'^'-i -
he propi 11\ faces on Eighth avi mn
i nick j ,  ,      ,,
1 below lh.- city reservoir.
Municipal Clauses    aci    replaces thi?    "':' (he one-year lirnltntlbo in his amend ment.
\i ".    Westminster  charter aci   (1688)
and amending acts,
Winn is ol the greati bi Importai ce
is thai iln ..v.di ti n miner of carrying out puhlic works muter lie local
vemeni plan will be abandoned,
ty will be able to proc ��� d a
in vam ouvi I- and victoria, the power8
of assessment heliiK much more clear-
hut slated that
IP     alter     his,
e   would   i
Maconald s
i'.' di - I'Um. N   \\.    March   1'     the
,   '.. tion yesterday was        i
. It*   and  rivalled iu g   ..        a   ;, ���
cltj   ..n.l  .vsulte dm i)  vl-jtorj for the
Cll . ��� us   tii K- : 01 v   th,   S.-.'it  ;ll-t ,,r
GoQd   ii.'\. imn. nl       1.1,���������        Every
er oi    the   rn. ns    .. k'-t w����
��� i'.. ���'���'.. tljongh the i;i.:.'.'i     |n spve al
. - was under |0
Th.     . votei ���    of    the Scot)    ..ct
forced  lhe  issue  iron)  thi   sJAri  *nd
ih .   ' ..i   iliut   If    the   Clti_i lis'  ;ick"t
li. 1. il ii would be a greai ' on
to iii.  temperance caufie i.mt tt ������
sal .".' the Scotl  ae.t .-lection ,>.      t
\ nl       'I'll  apiical.  hmv vi r,  was
in - di rl ' 5 s majorltj ol the electors
.rn    -��:..'  supported    the Scott  act
ng yesterdaj   voted th�� i
h kei     riie   . mploymi i i    il
ol e. . and "ther questionably v.
i       . nv    ed   ' x    ill"-..   \v hOS4   ill:' .     :
to   i  ii'iivo   ihe   law   �����!���-
,   for the ���'   u a
nn nt,
. '    i '.inlield.   WhO   h.i.l   i .
��� |   ... gather   tbgpthi i Bfti fi
.    !   e"lli|ii.t.'nt   '.' .-rely
i''ie  Cnitirnbla i.-iii  ,
i     ��� im Ing ',. ��� e .i li | nt
Hi.ire     this     a1        pi '
��� ni tter ot the proposition1, i   I
sist upon  MclnniB' amendment being taken
amendment   was  then   passed
When Mdniies'   amendment cam,. up :,��� Rebate abuol two v  eli
it was vigorously supported by Liberals nnd    Socialists alike,    but was op
he cnii-ai natives      lh.. oommlttee rose withoul completing the
di   al . and Bowser did not I'ring it in  again  until Monday evening, when
what [iromises to be a record battle was commenced.
\  social tea under the auspicea ol
| I lie   Ladies'   Ud Ol St  Slel.il. ns'   Pri -
iii church will be held tomorrow   now announces there will hello kalne.
I'ftftemoon  al   the  residence ol    Mrs   o .        in   ,i ���..-    potild   ���  dPpend<*d
-.  up foi   I
ph Hi nil ij . Eighth street.
'"'    0|   '"���"���'���|^1'-    from whom he rev.r,_il the decision ot'.'tu. chalrinat,
disassociated    himself,      He    paid  , and   ..Id th,    ���������,,��� order wel   I
'    P  rplstpj .md then launched I poi   the rejumptlon ol   lie   kba
| Into a lengthy dissertation on the iub- Mr   Brewer Said that he hoped
��� Socialists contend that with,,,,, the protection ol this amendmenl i J^'1-     l-aie,-   he   ...villained thai the  attorney-general would not be tarred
thousands of voters will be disfranihised; thai Bowser's bill Is an a.tenu t \ ^aP9n he had referred to was noi      v -. athered, ai  he would       al
ly defined.     This will aid in the sale,   to repeat ,he scandaioua trickery practice,]   in   Manitoba"; "aid" th~at
if
if debentures In 'he future, nnd at
once facilitate the Colum la stn ei Improvement. Steps will be taken to
deni With -liis niaiter at once, nni.
notice has already be��n given in the
Council ol the introduction, of a local!
lowed to pass without amendment the Conservative    government
manipulate the voters' lists through their partlzan appointees as i,
ihey hope, safe return at the next .lection.
il
will   so
Insur v
Victoria.    Jl. C, March    9.���After a;, tlley  approved  the    aniendmeiils sug-l
general strike.
Much   Tnno   Wasted.
' li "i ge   Naden    (Gr, enwood i   nexl
added his i|ii"i.i in the obstructive tac
ol    the . veiling,      Winn he e.oti
eluded, he moved to report prt^ress
i ...mi,In,   i       ti.. the"
rehash   Ibe   (tell
���   ty bh-d
��� I di d   (o   ^	
ail'.iiin-    !
���'  rtlj    after mldnlgb)    pr. Hall
��� \.' -"ni. moved thai the committee
��� _ repoi t pi ogress     .This ��
Mc-
Improvement   bylaw regulating   work-  twentt-four hour ssitt in._
of this character In the future.
andwwho
LANDED CREW  OF
BURNED   SCHOONER
hing, L. I.. March -., The British Bteamer Newton trom Kortolk,
Februarj IT. im Antwerp, arrived here
ye li iila.i nnd landed Ihp i apUiin and
crew  of lll<- Blilish  sellooil'I  .Iv-si.    I.
Smith, Captain Kennedy.
January  15, for St. John
by a -tubbbrn light against the enact-
i   legislation   winch   would   .n
able  the  ConservaUves  to  strlki   ofifJ
iii..  voters' lists any realdent tempo-i
< aril>   nbsi in    from   his    i Id lag,   tin
hou.-..  rose at  two o'clock this alter-
noon, resiijiiing   iis    siuiim iiitj-tii".
minutes inter, when ii passed at once]
to the orders of the day, . very iteni
on the ordi r paper being passed, un-
iii the Provincial Elections act iiiinu !-���
inefit was reach.d In e.omniiii'e. wheii
_^^^^^^ ^^^__ Mr. K. A. Mi Phillips took the point   defeated. Several hours later Mr
.ecasioned' jested  by Messrs.  Mclnn.a and Mac  ���f ,���,,���,. ,ll:ll  ,��������������� ���,,,  in|���nvn-(1     ,,,,���,,
donald.      lie then nrocpedefl tn elvo al ���i--_ ��v_ i__,  ���,-,,���_ ,_/���
Very
"'  """J"'"-' "il to give ���'   since ihe last motion ta'ihe same el
thy exposition ol origin, his-1
_ _________h''    speaker <'Ull<nl  on  to
M"'M:'"" '" ""'|:|' nis-1 feet.     This vive an^pportunlty tor  d*-clde on a uo'lnl ol order Hieraotio,
tory. and aims of Socialism, the cilmcq .���������.,, .,,���,,.,,,   ,n whicli Messrs Mac   RfliiWi
bortcominga 01
________^^^^^^^^^^^^P' .- " >
of capitalh in and the
"dukes and ducks" In the
i'n
S7,B00,BB0
from Naples,   work  was recommenced  on  this,
15. for St. John's Newfound       John Oliver commenced speaking at
land.     The Jennie  L,  Smith caught 3 o'clock nnd was followed by Bevera)
liiv and sank 911  I'.iiruury 26 In lan-   opposition speakers.
13 In/rih.  Kuiiiililile   18   -v-' 'I'I"in! i': eMiTy inilicaiion nf untilh- r
till     illini;  and   1 H'parat'ions  are
ud..
it h
Bj ,
l��.  1
Iln.
10 WAK.; FOI KM
Significance
''    " up   in   Army
"id   Navy.
Hudson   Bay   Railway  Survey.
all-Ill
1..1V.
itnide fm- a proloWbd Belfce.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Beds In  Every Corner.
March    :��    TJhe  report  ol      Beds lire be^^g made up ln the. mini
ef'-nUe-r,ortn-|>>'l<K^
I	
^������������������������-in.   nuus
  ^       ill-
favors a  line 10 Port  Nelson rather
than to Fori  Churchill, us noi onlj pollowlng n SocIallsUo   speech bi
60 links shorter, hut affording a bet McJnn|     (.|;in(]  pork8     pMm|fI   WJ
I tei     tormlnus.      It   says     Hint   Fori   ^    ^    . (hg|   ,,���. ,,���nmit., ,.    ,  ..
u'"'' ;'��   Churchill has a narrow harbor, wini- B     The house aJ
""'' ",(ll,y v"ted  that of Port Nelson Is capable of en
an floe. ,���   i''"  " ,)lflCln8 the largemenl hy dredging
"   tor action, and! j    .
I""* "my equipment
��r���-' - ��� OTTAWA HOUSE TO
Japanese war.    inl"
"'I  in  various ways
belli-vlne ibat
_____________   ________________
[ess he  * rentlj   mistook  the  tempi 1
of the working class ihey would uot
���B-t->^-i-'--:'!-___H-_____!
The Cause of the Trouble.
Amendmenl to section t. Provincial Election-
Act. "Provided, however, that in case of any voter
leaving an electoral district ! ��� reside in another elec��
law into my own hands, and tromjfl   tornl district ill the province, .'.���  le.'isl one \-e;ir   mils!
plan on the floor of the housv.j.;;   e]apS(. before the name of such person shall he "I nick
of!' tlie register, except oi      luesl   of the  voter
f hifnself."
.1
l.neh   ���'.
1 iimwa
Ml        \rlllstroili;.    llli. 1    ��� ������W4.~TW^mmmmmmm^mmmmm^^^^^^^^^^���������^mmmmm
rooms "i il"' members of ihe opposi
'"" Pl Bai  railway  survey, ni pr.  1 (j wil, ;,,,,:���,,,t|y J
���,..,!  .0  parliament  ��� .,st>er|lny.      It    -^^    ][|i((S{ roi^taIltlv   r,���.  BeverJ
lays 10 come.
Following a Soi lallstlc
joumed  until eight o'clock, when th$
,., .|| battle will commence.
	
I  |s   a   step  total'   a struggle |n
'���'i''"'.   which snmo
'"' "ll  inevltahle. Others!
'- wholly  to th
���   ���
PROROGUE IN Ml
f*1 '"     "l. linn
it. 1. .
Ibute :
lhe rs
Inch sea
MEN
REFUSE   TO   SAIL
Ottawa, March !��.���The UUsi
ondltions' parliament has progressed so well this
' session that   prorogation   ls already
j being planned for between the t*0
leaders.   The only remaining leglshv
tion likely to prove contentions' ����� thP'
hills  respecting lhe extension ol pro-
Monday-Tuesday   Sitting.
Parker   Williams   (Newcastle), yee
tenia)  evening repeated his    forme]
.niium-nt*   t'-at   without'   the   nn,��u,l-
ment ni.'tnj worklngmon wojild be di +
franchls'-d.      The  h'lli   was vuppo-'-i	
ness 01   m   ,.  Introduced in prdor up. el.-an nj>  diSlranchlSe
_________________________   I ft
Ln Iheir franchise 20 without a etrug    ���
pi".
"Were I lo be deprived of my ballot, |
1  would not  like '" Btand In the at- J
toi iny-Keii. r iP.s  shoes.      T* Would  take lit'
tin
lay
I advise the workers to do the same.
li.. concluded bj announcing his in-
i.ntiiin ni taking .very means in hi-
bower of preventing tbe bill from im-
f-oiuillK law.
Mr.  Hawthoruthwalte moved i" >���
limi progress,     This was voted down,
and the lender oi the opposition rose
Extreme   Measure-,   Justified.
Mr Macdonald ihoiinlit there were
pocaslons when 11 was justlflabla to
resort to extreme measures to prev. di
tho passage ol updealrable legislaiion,
and so In- would -peak oner more. Rel
Deprecated the thiri al "f vlblerioe'
from th.. 801 Ial I 1 members in tlie
event of the bin becoming law, Other
wise he associated himself with the
arguments advanced Telegrams had
been   1,'ceivid    finm    representative
hodieu protesting againsl such legislation. Tho bill was unfair, niiil gave
eolleetor.q of voles the power to it tike
off names without hearing evidence
from the man whom It wa" lOUghl  to
lie   appealed   to the
and
ft.ith luirtieg voted dead inen^' member   for   Fernie   iMr.   Hosn)   nnil
thought the  attorncy-generaj] predicted  n   would    espeolalljr  nffi-ct
twenty-five  per
Cent,   of  the   voters   mlRhf   lose  UK'lr
should  prosecute  the  dead  men  who  th-it riding.      Some
oer >.'-il'our    himdre.l
���   U th,. steamers
,���-,. - ���":!V"1'' and other lin-
TrinsJIi10 "'0 ('on*I,aRnle (Jen-
'"'�����-    have    d'-eided
,-���,.   .';c   f""1    "ii La Provenco,  u.      ,      ���
ml,   ""1   -1 t-morrow. unles-  ^��t.d.o< May.
Mdeial >onndarl9R and the granting "f
flnanc..il assistance to' the- ,;- T-
It is expected that prorogation will Be
reached before May 24.     Mr. Bort��
has arranged to leave for England a
aetlnn that both  paitl.s Indulged in
(j,,, nip.    praetires;     if,'   j^T Mclnni
hiita
"f��ngth
the ereW to its'
��iet|0n ,.    at1keM ,ay that the
'l the
The  firm of Donne.   Baillle *
Mc-
���e prone r��W ,s dot lmpn'al   Kay,  of  Vancouver,  have boug
'M��on of the vessel,  wallpaptf �������# derornUng b^"1;
latum J':al.,h of th*�� men.   This1 E. W. ���ooW. I
ss of
1 ear-
to ol
  Tho new' flr-i w^^
^,hp result of the men., !,.v on bnalnew in tbe premise
^^^^ l,e poniln^n
mt? rcga. n   ''  '"'"r"  from tho! occupied by Mr. cook in 1
' "n* their demands.   , Trwt bnljdlng.
arose from the grave at election timfc'
and insisted on  voting. j I votes.
Mr. Oliver protested against the ai'r Tories Afraid to Speak.
.. _ .v.. ,._._  ._._____ ,_.,..,_._ ,U    Mr   Map,ionRid-th#n i-rferrNI to th**.
.ministers of works, nn<1 the prernlr-r.
^who had that _fterii6d_    nld ho waa
;a champion of tbe Worlilngmen.     He
ioritlclsftl tho silence ol Conservative
memberfl. and Btnted that the reason
;wns tiiat they were not prepared to
1'glve the question an unbiased opinion,
He appealed to private members not
to be bound to tha chariot wheels ot
the attorney-general. They were there.
to r-preflcnt   al]  classes.
Hawthomthwaite Says "Strik;."
Mr. Hawtliornthwnite next took up
fl parable and If. fill   with the various
had stifflelent evidence to warrant hi
making such an assertion, it was
duty :o place it before the attor
general.      So   far  as    rumors  w-nl,;
tn-re w-rw,a .persistent .ly-ru-M* tbat ^*
��� t... : i=t general election some* 2S0 pef*
sons were brought from Seattle to Sf��
nalmo  to  vote Socialist,  though  peh,
sonally he did not believe It.
The   Socialisti'  Advice
Mr.   Hawthomthwaite   read  a tH
gram   from the    Trades    and Lab
.^uuaijil,   af,, Vancouver, stating th
The section, without the amendment, reads as
follows: ''It shall, subject tb provisions hereinafter contained, be competent to any elector or electors in such Sectoral district ^9 object> to the reten-
. tion of any Mime or names on the register of voters,
or to the placing of any name or names on
the register of voters, or to the placing
of any iv.me or names on such register
of person* churning to vote as aforesaid on one
���r more of the foilowiftg ground?:  That the person
I   objected to is dead;  that he ceased, before the hold-
S ing of the court, fco reside iir such electoral flistrict; ;
that he is not, under the provisions of this act, qualified to vote; that he was no: 90 qualified when hi.-.
I   name was placed on the register ot* voters."
The words "for a period of one year," which
a had followed the word ceased, were struck out last
week. To this the Liberal leader had agreed, but
notifying the attorney-general that h-e would vote
for the Mclnnea motion wkh the one-year elau.se
when it re;iehed the house.
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iloiiailil, Oliver    WlltUm-    nnd Nad^n       t Mouse Out of Order,
look part. I    fn (be Morning Mr. Oliver lUei.ii,
.Stuart    Hedd-rson    snpportrd    tn*   dlfcoysretl Uial   the house   ,had ,be-n.
view that the rule 'Ud not mean that a  on J of ord.ir,,  fur five    hours, as ah i
clause In the bill had to be dlspofl-*-rl   ,_n*mi/m>rif Introduced   by   th��  atlor- '
of  be_ore   another  motion   to  report   n.-v-Heneral t��Sok    r'l'.'nedehee nf   tllf
progress could be made. , on#"ti_'l*'r dl*.d-_T<_n:      This deb;u '
* The chnlrmnn expressed tht-opinion ln*t^. art hodr or, ko, and at the -nd
that the point was not well taken, but thi of. Mu'rse 'was'resumeti. Alwut
the speaker was sent for, and much daylight Mr. Naden ((.reotiwoo.)
more rime wan wasted, to the great moved that tl*p com^ft^eejrlM and r--
delight of the opposition. ' poij progress, thla waa defeated.
The Speaker's Ruling. | Mr. Glffor* Wtm Chairmsn.
When the speaker arrived Mr. Mac      The plare of the chairman Wat an
donald sustalnnd    the    ruling of tha  onerous one.   Mr. Olffbrd (NeW;W^<-
ehairniAn, and Mr. Stuart Henderson mfftsWi1)   iWlr1 th_  cJfiilrman, but.'!)-e. ,
disputed  It       The speaker, however,   w���9  relieved at  Intenrals  by'Fillisori
  t ,',. vv 1 '1 ~"i", *rrr yii.'i'nwvb
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, march 1o
RADICAL AMENDMENTS       WTUMNAMAN SPENDS
LIPK LICENSE ACT |     NIGHT BUHIED IN SLIME
ONLY   TWO  WHALERS
FOR   SEASON'
WORK
Winnipeg Clubs Will  Be Permitt d to
Sell Liquor on Payment of
$���300 License Fee.
Winnipeg. March 9.���pome radical
amendments wers made in ibe Liquor
License act in the law amendments
committee yesterday, pertaining to the
regulation, of clubs. As the bill read
pn viously, it would require a license,
fee "f $600 from clubs in Winnipeg,
and ihe members concurred that this
Oakland, Cai., March 9.���Burled up
to his neck for thirteen hours in the
slimy mud that forms ihe hottom ot
the Oakland Estuary and with a cold
rain pelting him, .lames L. Anglinr,
used 77 year, was rescued today and
nppeared none the worse for his ex-
pe.ience. Angliar is employed on the
dredger working in the canal and attempted to go ashore last evening on
a narrow plank. He lost liis tOOtipg
and plunged into the mud piled along
tbe shore, just out of reach of the
iid".    ll.- gradually sank deeper and
San
ol   the
from
cruise ln
wis high, and would possibly put the j deeper until he dared cry out no more
clubs out ol business. Three hundred1 as the water and slime reached his
dollars was mentioned as a more'chin. When morning came liis faint
equitable fee, and the vote on the, calls were heard and he was -dragged
amendment was car_ie_, while for the out, asking for no other restorative
clubs elsewhere in the province the than food and sleep.
license Ol $100 was cut down to $50. ������
Thirty-live was considered a reason
aide membership for clubs outside
Winnipeg, and this was agreed upon
as against the original provision! of
the bill, which provided that a club
must have a resident membership of
one hundred. AVith these amendments the bill passed the commute .
NO PARTY LINES
IN
SOUTH   AFRICA
BERLIN   HOSPITAL
STAFF   POISONED
Cape Town .March P.���The general
indication of speeches at the South
African convention is that existing
lines of political cleavage will disappear, and the parties In the union parliament will be divided by their differences of fiscal policy.
I'rancisc". March ii.���Instead
usual licet of whaling vessels j
bis port "lily two i,arks v\lll|
Arctic waters this season.;
The cause assigned is that the heavy
Ice encountered in recent years has1
daused losses exceeding the profits in.
U,;i,i\    vises.     The   vessel-j   which   Will
make the cruise are the Karluk, which,
was sold today by Ftotb, Blum & Co.
to   Captain   Cottle,   and   the   Herman |
now fitting out  in Oakland creek.
BOWLING
The schedule tor Uie second series
of Hi. business league las now been
drawn  up. und Is as follows:
.March lu -Real Estate vs. R. C.
Mills.
March 12   Uardw are vs. Grocers.
March  15    Hardware vs. It. C. Mills,
Marcli 17 Carpenters vs. ileal Estate.
March in -Real  Estate vs, Grocers,
March .--Grocers  VS.   It.   ('.   .Mills.
Marcli -I    Hardware vs. Carpenters
March 2fi    Real Estate vs. H'dware.
March 30 Carpenters vs. It. C.
Mills.
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Telephone 54.
P. O. Box 665
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train lor
Seattle will leave daily nt 9.13 a.m;
train for ail points feast at 3.20 p.m ;
train  tor   .gassiz at  5.42  p.m.
Ticket"! sold to and from all points,
Reseiv.itii'iv made for first class
sleepers   tourist and steamer cabins.
Wing  Yuen Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Columbia
Suits made to Order.
and   Mclnness   Streets.
Synopsis ni
!i|111   IlOiDbS
itlons,
am
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
i icactly   '
suits nniili
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to or.di
an*.
al   you   want
Perfect tit t
foi
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For furth-
t'ons apply
or to v
Asst.
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Gen
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ED.  GOULET,
Agent, \ew Westminster
FOSTER,
1.   Pass.   \gt.    Van.-oiivi-.r.
HEE CHLJING
Merchant Tailor
O.  Box 634.
Opposlti
New  Westminster.
V   D I'-or   Hotel,
It
f'u'm the condltl
with    under
Berlin, March p.���Ninety-four nurse.
iind all' Bdant- of the Yirchow hospital tr,. suffering slightly trom ptomaine poisoning following the eating
of tricassed chicken.
A SISTER'S COURAGE.
rHMmc   .if   Mind   ,,f   .-in   I iuliii't-n-ti
-"entni-j    l.t..li   Woman,
In l iot Ini .. .- ii family papers
*t1 nun li. ��� . i letters l discovered
Wi" !.������ Mrs. Jeffereys of Blarney castle, County < ork, which contains an
loi-ount of ti cirri nice interesting
In itself as . nstau ���<��� of heroism on
the [tnrt ol be uai rater toward ner
b  i   er, the i.. i Hare, nnd so valu j
able as bringing to light n remarkable
event conni d :, , ., hlstorj of
tb .;���,'. t'.iiii th : I feel i an
" .  .    ��� .. duty in Biibraittinj*
It to the noi   e ol the eiliur.
-he   lettei   .    i ate i  fl   Molcswi
street, July.   lSo".  mil. among othei
matters,  Mrs, Jeffereys writes ��s foi
In,. -;
"���>���> ike ..: ���   Lord  I*'ii -wllllam n u
: -I'.illed, -srhen . i  - vi.miv:!-
I.     ������"..���-   . tnftijijs from the c istle afi
t'i Ii.      .   .    gtoil n��' the swenrlni   i   ���
i>f the uewly arrfved !i-.'.i ll-Utouant, . \
ferocious '���ii^]j jl  oo less  than 5,000
taen and several hundred  iyorUt-vi a-'>' i
Hi :       el  tu.:' ll (:   in ��� '..II.   e green ahn i
uli along the .-venue leading to my !
brother's h use. The male part of the j
insurgents w< re armed with pisi.ils j
cutlas es, ��� -.\.-. s. ,..��� iwbaif   tnd ���
e   '.'������,   ���. ��� ii nei essarj to bl -��� ill
open mj  bi   J ... and, tb. wo
' "..'a. all nl ili'eiTi armed with
tb.'r aprons full o! paving stones. Thla.
fei iclous ,-.' | : ur! mi mo i began to
throw show.���- if -tones Into my lvoU*
er'.a coach, at l..- eoncbinnn's head uuc.
his horses. They wounded my In-other
In the temple In College green, and lf
he had not sheltered himself by holding his grenl sqtiore official purse bo
fore bim he would liiiii- been stoued tr,
death before be arrfved (through the
back yard: at his own house, where
with several em It by sledges Ihey werr
���working I. :���.; t ��� lirenk Into his ha'.!
dour, while others of them had ror/e��
ready to ; i up to his lamp iron to hr.nj
bim the : menl they could And nin-
when I :.;r.\'-.. ���, d iu my kitch
en maid's drc -. uiy blue apron .nil ol
stones I mingled with ibis numerous
mob and addressed a , tile, Rlokly nmn,
' ":���'!. ��lm 11 In-come
of bus!   i ��� .r running from the
r" " to tel! ii;i- all that u rcglmmit
*������' ' I gal 'p ��� . down h.-re to tbrample bus, "i ��� ' H y.-.i. yea. where will
* ' . . ������ . cried; 'Hurry, hur.
r>. ,!'" h i ��� -ii- to charge und'
thran |   n ,,-ry for tbe oostom
bonse' A -. - ,.   . man ��� moment the
crowd il .   .     ,
"I ttmu procured a surgeon for my
brmlier ami a guard to | '-event another
atta.'U. and thus I saveif Lord Clare*!
life at the r... of being lorn limb irwe
llmii If i had been recognized n.v au-y
of the ino_."--L<,iiUon /utet and Que
-ries.
<1.t__NM>     Rl-.ll-..
Bomn of tbe ordinary nprewlonii ot
ths rhluese are noln.ed.j- snrcastl*
taocgb, a blustering, harmless feii��%
ttey cull "a pap-r tiger." When n
man values himself overmuch they
mnparo b.ro to "a r.it falllnj-- into ��
���cale and weighing itself." Overdoing
��� thing ther call "a hiinchlmck inaklnt
a bow." a spendthrift tiny compare
to "a rocket" which poos off at once.
Those who pjtpend iheir charity on
fnote objects,   but neglect  their ft	
Ulea, are said to ���'hung a lanteru ����� ���
pole, which Is seen afar, lint gives A*
light below."
FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
\     -."   Ill   111.
-. ,. ;,; (' v   Mills.
i '.arnarvon and Teni li..
Royal Aveiiue an I  i
i Avenue and '1
Mary's   Hospital.
1 :    v "und  and   Pant  K
i:   -Columbia and Dull
i.    Sapperton.
Roya] Columbian hospi  il,
. :    Queen's  Avenu .   Sixth.
2 ;     1'hlrd Avenue and S. cond.
25 Fifth   Vvenue and Foil' th.
26 Fifth   _vi i"i-   and  E
21    Third Av. nue an i T   i
.gnea and Sixth,
: i    Si haake M ichine V\ o
So   Columbia an I McK,
P. R, SI ' Ion.
-12���Small &  Bucklin Ml
NOTICE.
New Westminster   District.
District  of   New Westminster.
Take  notice,   thai   Harrl. t   Ford,  of
|Pitt .Meadows, li. C, occupation  married lady, intends to applj  Eor permis-
to    purchase    the    following de-
��� d lan Is:  Commencing ai  a  i���" ���'
ani   I al oui heasl corner of Lot
L020, thence west 20 chain-, tlience
south 80 chains, thi nee easl LS chain ���
more or lesg to Agamenmi n ( hannel,
thence northerly along the shore to
the point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less,
HARRIET FORD,
M. L. GORDON,   -gent.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to tlie public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning  Paper.
Graniteware
.111!
n. w.
rived���Full and complete stock Granltewa e In all the vi
designs, and at the lowest   possible  prices.    Call   in and   I
���nek; no trouble to sb iw same.
Sj
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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J A. JAMES. J.   McCLUGAN.
A_y avaikr n,
In tho railw ' -
bin, may Un h-,
who Is the �����: '  ���'���������^'H
, '     vv
any male over is s-ears m>
extent of one
aces, more or les
Entry must i p
the local land ofl   , ,���niie     '������ *'
��hich tbe land |, ,,   ��?J
proxy may, how mad
tain conditions    ,  the      ,    J*
son, daughter, brother or S1
Inti iiiling home.
Tbe homestead ,... ltQ
'
one    of the   |
planB:
(1) At least
upon and eulth
eai h year for thn
(2) Ifthefathe 'ther, u tM
fattier ls deceased),   v  th�� \m.
steader resides upon   i farm   .    .
vicinity  of  the land ei.
requirements as ������
satisfied by such p
the father or moi
(3) If  the  lael'.ei   : .
residence i    of
ed by him in the
stead, the requ
..
upon ; he Bald
Six months' notl
be given to the I
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VJL r M I l lnlon Lands at O
JAMES & McCLUGAN
*        ly lor patent
1      COAL    Cos
Sole Agent
a-
t
4
4
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��� 1 for a pei Iod
at an  annual i
\. t     , :,,:-,.    ,i,
I   to one   Ind
alty at 1
ton shal ���
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W. ft7. I
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CLalement
THE   NORTHERN   CROWN   BANK.
of  the  Result  of the Business of the   Bank   For
31st    December.    1908.
-ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
the  Year  Ended '
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10c
inee at i      I    ol  I . I  v.-     Vcc mm on the 31st i '��� -
ii .,   1907,  was    *  .2    11
"a ��� iv i.'n - for : be j ear ��� udin    ilsi ; li ceml i r,    190S,
'   ' uce of i'"       :;.ui:. ot Caii.'i.in  Profll
.  ....      ii    mnt, afti      educting   expenses   ot
inanai mu ni   pas m< in i       ������    . an I  making ni
-i   dn..   to depositors,
" .:- $130,324  1.1
in. in '       --';1  71
in. u:    pp.} Ill' Ut   ' '
.ion   for  n
ary
.md lor b id and doubt!
.ii.   . i eivi d on
��� $132,585 -91
$215,427 63|
App'rop'riati .1 as follows.
i' .  lend .No. 3, 2 1-2 p. c
11.    lend So. I. 2 1-2 p.i .
Id 2nd, July,  ia08    .
' de 2nd, Jan ,   1909
..$
,1  . 9
,! 959
10
$ 86,298 75
Bul an i.  cai rl d forward
U'l'uiiiil   	
a I  ei'.'ilii   "1   l'rul'it,    and    I."   -
,$129,128
GENERAL  STATEMENT.
31st  December.   1908.
LIABILITIES.
Capital   Stock   i pad   up)
Rest  	
Profit and Li      \ccouui
I'nclalmed Dividends	
Hull' v"ii ly dividend   pa., n   li
.$2,2(i I 568
 $ 50,00	
   12:i,12*5 88
$179,128 88
         203 10
2nd. January,   1909    1 959  10
- $
$���_���
234,291
,435,860
Noti    "i ile Bank In Circulation $1,688 8 0
Deposits not   bearing lnteresi    2,506.701 59
Deposits hearing lnteresi    6,513,256 32
Balance! flue to other Bh'n^s In Canada         2,229 77
Balances due to other Bartk   and Agents    else-
wh. ie than Canada and  United   Kingdom   .        1,712 19
$10,712.
i'.i   Si
WfctVml    I'.m.ngb.
���Tbey say tlint Bradley Koes on ll_��
aud since ti-e inbwlted his vai.
wealth."
"What does lie 'lo'""
"Oh, he acts like one )ioa#e'^s4,N-
Llpplncolt's.
Generully the purchase flf a *)oo): !t
mlHtuken for <he (ie<;olsltlO!�� Of itl c*>~
UbU.- S^bopeLtatt-r
$13,148,620 20
ASSETS.
Cold  and  Silver Coin Curi"ni    $   179,742 16
Goyernnienl   Demand  Notes   1,233,307 7.i
-���      1,413,049 91
Depo-ll with Dominion Governmenl required by
Act oi Parliament for security ofgeneral
Hank note Circulation        76,000 00
Due by Agents and other Hanks in Canada ������ .. 399,003 70
Hue by Agents and other Banks in Great  Britain 34,004 81
Due by Agents and other Banks elsetMhere   than
in Canada and the.United Kingdom      219,974 47
Dominion and Provincial Government Securities . 165,000 00
Canadian Municipal & Foreign Public Securities . 234,198 73
Rallwaj and other Bonds Debenturei and Stocks,    -42,594 14
Not. i of and Cheques on other Banks     946,443 10
 ������    2,917,818 95
Call und Short Date Loans In Canada  140,713 97
Curreni  Loans and Discounts and oth.    as iir.  8,264.305 39
Bank P im raises and Office Furniture Winnipeg und Branches  .. 353,678 03
n.ai Estate C-iflr than Bank Premises        15,430 oo
Overdue Debts secured and unsecured (c liinated loss provided  for     43,623 95
$13,148,620 2(
Th,. North "Tn Crown  Bank R.  CAMPBELL,
Inninea. 31st   Deeemb r,  13   . Qoneral Manager.
a trie
Prime Mutton  and Veal
Pork   of Excellent Flavor
Direct trom the Plant and Abattoir of
J. Y. GRIFFIN  & CO., Edmonton, Alberta. Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. wEDNESPAY,  MARCH  10, 1909
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RE  ASSmJLT AT  ASYLUM.
Editor Daily News,
Sir,   Kindly allow me through the
I columns of  your   valuable  paper,   to
��� thank my numerous friends and sym- J
pathlzers    for   their    kindly  Interest ���
I shown me, while    resting under the
serious charge, brought against me by
my late employer, Dr. C. E. Doherty.
The termination and truth of which l
have much pleasure In referring, the
general public to the decision of Magistrate Corbould,    which  wil]   dispel
the Idea of Bome Individuals that asylum att, ndants   are  capable  of  such
bruta] conduct to the poor beings undei   their care,      Again thanking my
friends, and above all the asylum staff
who so far believed in my Innocence
ii    ��� . furnish my ball and would have
been pleased to do so over again, so
convinced were they of my innocence.
WALLACE MORRIS.    ,
New Westminster, March 9, 1909.
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Look   over   Hen:
and  make out your order for
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Tn es, Plants, Bee Supplb , etc
No windy agents to annoy you.
No damage from fumigation No
lelays of customs.
YOU 'PRESS THE BUTTON,"
WE DO THE REST.
HENRY'S:
Nurseries !
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Offices,   Greenhouses   and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster Ro,id,
Vancouver, B.C.  Branch Nursery.
South Vancouver.
H.MOREY&CO.
always time something special
in the way of BARGAINS.
They invite you to come i i and
look around. Stationery, l-'aaey
Goods, Toys, Crockery, Spur n;;
Goods, Combs, Brushes, etc.,
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B   C.
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NOTICE.
PRINCE   RUPERT���BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
In response to many enquiries from
all part- of the world with regard to
iii" new Pacific coast terminus of tne
Grand Trunk Pacific
Rupert, a comprehensive and Interesting pamphlet, has been issued giving
Information respecting this great seaport of the Pacific. Tbe land acqulr.
ed by the railway company tor this
new city is 24,000 acres for the purpose of tbe townsite and the development of the port. The first su division of the townsite will cover an area
of al out -000 acres, and will be opon-
ed to the public and sold on or about
May 1, 1909.
railway, Prince  dersigned, E. Merc
New  Westminster, B.
Of Application for Wharf and   Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B. C.
.Notice  is hereby   given  that  I  the
of the City of
C., Contractor,
having applied to His Excellency the
Governor-in-CriunCll   for  the  approval I
of a  certain Bite for the construction i
of u whirl aud marine slip situate oi
the north shore ,-i Lulu I.land on thi !
North Arm of the Fraser River bav,
deposited   with  th"    Honorable    the
Minister of Public  Works at Ottawa
plans of said wharf and    slip    way,
-vhich I propose to construct on land
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARI_  NOW  ON  SALR  AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERV STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
'THE  FAIR,"  Columbia   Street
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Man.
covered with water, ljing north of and
rhe publication contains a genera]  ^Joining sub lot 12 of lot "A" of iot
TfiT, group one. New Westminster District, together with a description of
be proi l|s d site described by metes
and bounds; and have also deposited
a duplicate of each in the office ol
the Registrar of Deeds for the said
District of New Westminster, in which
be
plan of the new townsite, and a large
inter.sting   map  of the  North   Pacific
Bhowlng   Prince   Rupert   Harbor    and
vicinity.
Copies  of  this   publication may  he
hud for the asking by applying to A.
E. Duff, 260 Portage Ave., Winnipeg,
M  District  th" work  i<  proposed  to
Valna-Tilc PeluMe*.
Between the northern point of Long
island and Watch Hill lies a row ti*
little islands, two of which. Tlnni is
land und Gooie Island, possess u p,>
collar form of mineral wealth It eon
slst-. iii heaps of richly cokred i|ii.'irtl
pebbles, showing red, yellow, puipl*
and other hues, which are locally called
���gates. They are used In making staled glass windows, anil there la a BtlflJ-
cieut demand for them In New Y;>r_
to keep the owners of one or two slo >p#
employed In gathering them from the
beaches, where the waves eontliiuiillj
roll and polish them, briagiag out Om
beauty of their colors.
cn tructed;   in  accordance  with   the
requirements of Section    7    of    th*
"Navigable    Waters   Protection    Act,
Cop   115, R, S. C., 190G.
Hilled  at   New   Westminster,   B.  C
thla 30th laj of January, A. D. 1909.
E. MERCER.
ynopus     ot    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
El   ll..mil,,.
The modern meaning of El Dor.i4o
may be traced as follows: One of PI
sarro's men said that he had disco-*- | family, or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent ot one-quarter sec-
Any oven uumuerea section of Do
uiniou lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 aud i'i.
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
_ny persou who is the sole head of a
ami a land of boundless wealth be
tween tbe Orinoco and the Amazon,
this country was named El Dorado.
and many adventurers, among them
Sir Walter Raleigh, endeavored to find
It; hence the name has come to dium
a golden country or tbe mind, a fab_
Ions land of fabulous wealth, much as
Cockaigne, a fancied land of luxury
and idleness.���.New Vork American.
Happiness and  Haas...
"My Idea of perfect happiness." nld
the seedy philosopher ns be made bis
fourth round trip to the free limi-.
eeunter. "ts to be in a position to g��
Into the swellost restaurant, put my
hand over the price list of the menu
and order what my taste dictates, Irrespective of tbe demurs of a diminished
wad."        	
A   Corn-celon.
Bertie-Father, what Is an nrottrtl
Father-He ls a man who thinks be li
smarter than uny one else. Motber-
My dear, you are scarcely right. The
egotist is the man who says tbut lie It
smarter thau any one pInp. All m*��r
think they are!
Appropriate.
Young Widow (at the auliniil seller--)
���I want a dog. Animal Heller- Yea,
nadam; white, gray or brlndledt
Toung Widow No Black���all black
I am In deep mourning    Nns l^ilslra.
!
Han  I natla ���  Mfr.
Venue���And what do ynu do whea
���ot encaged In nrchery? Cnplil���Oh.
Toi kept busy rbyuilmf with ��tapldt~
P__w
"-.irui-inim."  I" Menteo.
Chp.-*> traveling men who oan
oick up orders in a brisk nnd breetj
.aphion in the ��e.-t an.l sout.i\v��*_t
of our own country are not the mon
tv.io may be expected to do businosi
to Mexico. Tlie professional "hii*
Her*** is rj't-il" apt to be of no use
down liiTe'. Men of education and
culture, willi gentlemanly manner*
ind a knowledge of tin language,
tn people r.inl their customs, are tbe
tor* o*f tfiiv.'linL* men Americas
firms need not only for this country,
but for nil v 1' America.���Con-
tul J A  I ���        "-' l'-^*o_t��.
ciou of 160 acres, more or 'psb.
Application for entry must nt
made in persou by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
igency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by prosy may.
However, be made at an agency on
.ertaln conditions by the father, moth
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
in intending honiesteailer.
The homesteader is rejuired to per
form the homestead duties under one
of the foi.owing plans-
11J At least six months' residence
jpon and cultivation of the land In
each year  for three years.
(2) a homesteader may, if be so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on fanning
iand owned solely bv him. uot less
than eighty (SO) ucres lo extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Jolm
ownership iu laud will not meet tbi?
requirement.
(3) If tbe father (or mother, if the
father Is deceased) of a homesteader
bus permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
tban eighty (NO) acres In extent, in
tlie vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
l>erform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs ls defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exrluslvp. of the w'.dtb
of road allowances crossed In tbe
measurement.
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties in ac
QOrdance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must riotify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of th" Interior
i-fflre 'Phone 18s.      rtarn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage    dellvereu    promptly    to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Notice.
Take notice that D. .) McQuarrie, of
New Westminster, II. C, occupation,
eh.(trie railway manager, iuu-nds to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands in tbe district of New Westmnlster;
Commencing at a post planted at
the -..uthwest corner of lot 139P,
thence east to northwest corner of lot
1362, thence south to southwest corner
of lot 997, thence southerly, westerly
and norherly to point of commencement, containing 100 acres more or
less.
DANIEL JOHN McQUARRIE,
Per JOHN P, BAGrOS,
Agent.
Dated  December 19th. 1908
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land DiBtrict.
District  of  Sayward.
Take notice that I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, occupation farmer, In-
ti'iul to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
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 F, b. 2nd, 1909.
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
WARNING  TO PURCHASERS.
Livery asslgniuenl of the right ot _
South African Voluieer entitled to a
land grant must lie by way of appointment of a substitute and must bo
in the form provided by the Act.
Special attention is called to Subsection ���'! of Section 6 of the Volunteer
Bounty Act, 1908, which provides that
no assignment of the right of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized
by the Department of the Interior
which is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
grant Issued by the Minister of Milltli
ind Defence in favor of the volunteer.
J. W. OR FENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
Empress of Britain Feb. 26
Empress of Ireland March 12
Empress of Britain March 26
When sending for friends in tbe old
country by buying tickets at this
office you will save money and prevent
delay.
Bastbound Empress sails from St.
Jolm Feb 12 and 26. Call for particulars.
ED. OOULET,
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PAGE FOUR
the daily bw
WEDNESD
A "
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Pub Ii j_
Ing Company, Limited, at tnelr offli ���
corner of Sixth and Front streets, N .w
Westminster, B. C.
E. A. Paige Managing
aUNIONl
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH   10,  19C5
ROSE  SHOW  WANTED
|   T!l ������   .ii'oni"icr:s  of (be    new    li
JbliW  building in  Vancouver are
big claims for the building as a plaO]
for holding noi only poliiieal meet.iig|
Last  summer  the   liazelnure  mur-
iii horrified the cominunlty, and res.-
Inl.ons  of  protest Were s.iJt  to  Vancouver and Westminster from the rural,   municipalities  around praying the
magistrates to cease ordering vagrans
out of town in order to save the cost
Director   t'f maintaining tliem in gaol, or on a
chain gang.   Ordered out of town the
iio.,o betaius himself to tlie country,
where municipal uiitnority s-'ldo.n actively  exerts    itself to  restrain  bint
Jjnless he attracts  attention   to  him-
Aelf the man is rarely interferred'wiih
and t'hii-  it was not long before the
public forget their fears, and ma ter.--
*ivent   back  to the old eider    So  the
hew jail scheme here was postponed,
and the council    procrastinated    wiih
the matter till  at   length they   could
!i  '.-
bv'*-
brief punishment is no cure, and the!
tramp leaves the  pris.in just aS idly'
���...lined as before.     Harsh measures
are  the  only  palliative  for  the  evil,)
if a man won't work he must be made!
to, and detained in restraint until for'
very  weariness  he  will  come  out  to!
the ft ec air of heaven prepared  to earn
an lumest livelihood under Unfettered
conditions.
CKoice  H
ams
18.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Llghth  _t   .uo    H_ft_. Avenue
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but flower shows,   and other    exhlij-   s-iU-\y shelve it for another year,
'lions  wjiich, require a  covered-       c        Here in Westminstpr We are close i_
fen- their successful operation.
It is time Westminster   got
and promoted a  rose and Strawlierrj
an international frontier, and- ranks |
i of the frateiiity of wand"r.er.s receive
| constant accessions from the Wash-
��� int'ton side, where prison records and
! poor farms have made the locality too
; hot to remain. Vigilant as are the
raimlgratioB afflcets, tbeSfe men man-|
'ii;;" to escape detection, as bus lie"n
i recently proved right h. re.
The remedy is a very difficult one
ill   iln    help   nvvs.-aniy,  t,ud   .&    The    expense    of    adequal.     policing
makes it difficult to compel ihese no-
ijoes to give account of themselves, by
nature they cannot be made indus-
irioiis without refitrulnt, and the, jaii
seems  the    only    alternative.      This
CIVILIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Annual' meeting will be held in
Boa id of Trade rooms on Tuesday, th**
ILiUi at S'OIJ; yni. All members and
inlcnding liieml ers are invited to be
present. [
Wi   NELSON,'
Secretary,
PHONt   s/a
BOWELL ��  ODDr. Prooriator*.
j. HENLEY
j Millinery Q
j      Spring
*H^w
pening
1909
Her   cOiupelilinii   witijl
f the year, but  ra ' el
ishov. (ai'l.a in July, wluu ihe citj
Jooia.4 ut it.-,',, i.. 'I bere uln)uxl.. e.v
ists In this city a body fully capable
of dealing with the matter in tne
Royal Ami iciiltui'ar Society, or if that
kind of work lay ouiside the scop-- ol
ill" oii.iini.'-.iUiiii, It uuuld ci.itain;.'
1< nd
civic biiildiui's in Qu. ��� ns l'ark   woiiiil
afford Splendid iici'iii'iimodiil.on for the
yhow to be held.   A --iuf-ie days   .
wouid .ullic lor a |"art, tile pi'incjpi.l
exp"t;_es, being in the  way  of i,'    -i
ance, lutd, and light    A l;ut;u nu.Iv
of residents in the ei'.y, aud surrp
ing municipalities,  aijd  possibly    tin
Vancouver  rosarlaiis  and  fcrorticulti r
alists would come to the assistanct- o;
the   committee,    nnd tin re is   litfle
question a strong committee could be!
got  together frqm  the  outside.    Vv>
would like the matter handled Ly an
association   wltb  pie" prestige of
Roval Agricultural Society! and think
it  would  in3i   en
t'be great fair of
be its complement1.
The   Portland   show   in     "the   !<-"-
City" attracts large crowds each sum
ni"r. and on this side of the line Vic-
.Oria has beeii a pioneer, but the tield |
is  yet   unbroken  cn  the  lower  main j
land.    The  show  would   stimulate an'
ra'-erestein  horticulture, and the linei We bu
condition of the gardens in the residential  district   would    still    become "
more    eauill'ul.     If  the   fame    which j
Victoria possesses in ihe middle   ���    :
had   been  s- cured    By    Westminster
years ago the  population  of this  bit
would iiuv,. materially1 increased Cri m
what it is.    It dO-S noi require a iafii
town  to  make  a    suocesSfUl    flbWer
show, provided the weat er is good "n
the day1  of  the  exblliltii n,  and easy
transportation is avatla! le    The work
of some of iln   best country shows is
don,   pi'tirtica'ly   all   voluntarily,   ahd
is small,
financial
Bta dp ;i t t e show in ed be a ?ail-
u��, if the gate is.lusured and a stro��
liracti.ai louuni.tee is formed, Th"
real estate men who are finding market gardens in llurnaby so prolitable
these days should 1 ii ready to help
in tbe collection of prize strawberries
from those lands which have such d-
lightful attractions in tlie newspaper
advertisements.
The prize money is an important factor,, and would require a little outside
assistance for the first year, however
the experience of shows elsewhere is
that people do not look upon them a*
a   return   for  thir  investment    as   a
stock breeder does ic exhibiting at an
agricultural show, rather in the case J
of nurseries as an advertising medium. |
while amiitenrs look upon it as a re- J
ward  for their pains,  not    expecting
pecuniary recompense. ;
We hope the matter will be take*
up at an early datv . o that a i r.ri
may be made this year in a moi.if.
ivav even If it ie the year o' th--
A! isr. i-Yukon-Pacitic exposition, be
cause the show is not one which will
buffer '.ike thj Agricultural show is
certain to hy tbe great gathering in
Seattle. \M people see W'est-11inst('r
at Its best when the cberrv trees are
bearing, and the smoke of the bush
Ares has not risen to dim, the atmosphere round the city.
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
\ Aerated  Wate"*.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel.'US. Office   Eight street
WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
NEW
-T	
Today     and      following     days
tistic display of Ladies'  Pattern Ha
and models from our own workrooms.
We cordially invite you to be pies nt
.
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"GET  THE   HABIT."
GLASS JUGS
LARGE SIZE.
SMALL SIZE,
45c     15c
EACH.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
for cash and sell for Un- sam<
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Hr>me  Paoer.
You are invited to the Spring Opening
OP
PARIS, LONDON, NEW YORK AND BOSTON
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Millinery Noveltiesand Parisian Patterns
Gordon's Dry Goods House
MISS CURLE  IN CHARGE
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ON
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. March
11, 12andl3|
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MCORE'S MILLINERY. Bank of Commerce! Block; New Westmirist-r. B. C.
Opposite  the Post; Office;
MUTTON, VEAl, PORK
Fresh   Pork   Sausages  daily.
Best   of   Farmelr's   Pork.
'
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PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
Prime K bs Best
Choice
Juicy   Steaks.
McMNENY & ANDERSON
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Columbia St
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* so.brifig kl e watch to us and we will pit
_  order, aiidl Aakeit NOT ONLY RU_n ):  . ���
A-CCURlTB TIME7
The
the expense in that sijore
We  il" not   think from  a
$<C_
we
| Styles
I For Men
in our lines of umn's shoes we show ey-
ery style leather a & last known to the
best makers of men's shoes. Every ha-has the lit, the map and the style that contributes to
W. C. CHAIVIBEeL-f.
OOLUMBIA   3TR-bT,    NEW WESTMINSTER
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THE  HOBO QUESTION.
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Although, the summer ls yet several i nf
months n.uioved the public mind has Sx
boon very much stirred recently wlth'vL
tlie nobo iid.'ai n. lhia is particu- Q*
^arly tbe vase iii the east, wnere a 12_��*-_S
dnadiul niui-ti- at H���hjlll-n ������ by i -| a I
jty-aaip nas s��*ved to give 'emphasis- Jto
the appeal lor a cilii-uge ln.th^rlaws.
��� Already at Ottawa lanislaUon of a'
drastic character has the approval of
a large proiiortion of ihe membets,!
und U' the proposals suggested are en-j
fcjeted' the lot of the hobo will be'
harder than, at present. With com-;
bulsory detention till a trade is learn;,
,i-i,.r a second conviction, and the
*.iv:se. forcing magisirates to more'
.... -ere nn azures than ordering a
vtiv-raM lo leave town, he tramp
-^jj^ierh will be of increasing importance to localities like this, which lie
on the highroad between great cities.1
'tow
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THE ��� WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
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i     EXPENSIVE DISPLAY- OF
! NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FORSPRINGl
Our siyek of
CVery way, eAniprIslng all tht- ropnlar' shades of On-n   iir Jt  i'i*11'
Brown, light
haVe sintiii a
and dark Illue, ^-ithufancy   overcheck  or stripe.    Stj-fTj II
brie  and   Fr<
aro       .'
$1
Men'siNeglkj.-. an^   St|��frI3��som    Shins,
camp
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I lot "or'heat floral design.   Thej- ar,- ma!.- from fit"' f**j i
mil Zephyr cloth,
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the mod  washing kind.   Our l"if��
, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.50
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Nobby Hats for Spring.
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We want every woman to.know about the excellence and goodn.ss of our n -w spring shoes,
woman cornea here for shoes wc 0f.er her no guesswork styles, but thd bei
try  produces.      OUR SPECIALTY, women's '$2.60 to $3.50 fine shoe;
woman tsluM-a, that Uie coun,-
Patent   leathers,  t-tc.
Wheu the
Vou will lind-h-h- a Wrge -tu'if w -ll select-, stotk of m-.v -V1'"^
all  the late-
'"g nhUde.-i o
have all the
most shrewd
styles and shapes  in Soft and  1
Ur-f.-i, IJgbt lf4\>'n; and  Grey, nirr, very
est English and American  makes at price
iuver.
H-t-��,
lhe Ml
liiilir. ,*9,
to lun: *:
$2.50 to $6.00
PHILUPS,
THE WARDROBl
CLOTHIER II
209-211  COLUMBIA ST.
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN
Big Shoe muse, Ltd.
Wett minster, B. C.
NOTICE.
��SBBBSBBBSBBJ_��BB_3BEBS_=��EBB_3_
, Xotlce is he^-by given U).u ^
pirtuershlp ber-U>for.; subsisting b��-
treen A^ l-iardtjiaa', A, Jamrts ami'-}.
M)ceiiigaH//earitj*lnH ,bn business els
hardware \jncrehu-lts In the city of
New Westmlnst.r, in the Province of
liritish Columbia, under tlie style of
Hardman and Co., has been dissolved
hy mutual consent as of the third day
of March 1909. The business heretofore carried on by tbe said firm of
Ilardninn & Co., will now be carried
on by the said A. .lames, and J. 'MeClugan, and all debts owing to the
said partnership are lo be paid to the
- j_u. _. ���r-
said A. .lames and ���'
all eiiilms against the wW^'lJ.ij
tlie �����".
lilisf'e
are  to be  pres&ted jo
Janic-i and J- Moil u'.au W
sitme will [ie setiid
���Oated 'atiiNcW: W1   ""
this Jth day ��f March, A. v
A. HARDMAN,
A. JAMBS,
J.
Witness;
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McCLUOHAN.   I
\V. II. DIUCHBI- MARCH  10, 190.
THE   DAILY   K EWS.
PAGE PiVE
in
NeW Models
Royal Worcester corse**
T. H. Smith
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With the
With the
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Corsets.
in   D. & A.
New Models
Old
New
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I City News.
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The bright sunny days are not very far away. Already evidences of
their advent are in sight. Tne��� winter goods and clo.hing must ghe
ffa., for spring attire. We are suprem-ly ready ,0 cate_ ,0vmiI.
ffantn in this direction and invite you io inspect our broad and
,,.,,, [-give display of ready-to-wears.
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Another Shipment of Ready-to-Wears
From Germany
,   ,,     tst received direct from the manufacturer in Germany, fou
ready-to-wears including new black silk suits, silk coats, and
children's and misses' reefers.    This shipment is -well worth a special
vl,,.   .   th.   stunning-new creations have to be seen to  be properly
lateid.
fr��ni $25.00 UP
Silk s .i-: from $25.oo up
Children's Reefers from $3.00 UP
Ktseei   Reefers from    $ 350 UP
A SNAP IN GLORIA SILK
UMBRELLAS.
I?,hi Values for $1.B0���Ten doz,
e- i mbri Has, 26-inch frame
Gloria .-ilk covered, with taped
���.;,,     a     ally good  Umbrella,
tor    *1*50
{i _.,   umbrellas   for $1.00���fi
inch frarai, Oloria covered bar-
regular $1.25  for
    .   $1.00
A  SNAP DRESS  GOODS
AT 50c.
Ten piece- brand new sell-
colored French mirage clot.i,
with strip- ilTeet, 42 inches
wide, \,.:y suitable for summer
suits and dresses. On sale
' f��r...   ���..    50c
Some Exceptional Offerings in Table Linens
I.    n    Table   Cloths for
i-
{1.35���Sise  66x66,  n^Uy. hem-
���������    .order,    with  floral
centi t, ^""d quality linen.
On fai'-  Eor   . .i   , ��� -   ��� -r -$1-35
(2.50 Tal le   I'lotbs   for $1.50���
Almut '-' yards square in magnificent floral effect; heavy permanent mercerised finish; no
dressing; well worth $3.00; bor-
dered "ii 1 sides and neatly
b'-mniPd: ready for use. On
sale at         $1.5J
A Drive in Hemmed  Table Napkins
ii Napkins to be cleared qtt $1.3;
hi i ready for use, very pi'e tty floral
for    .     li .'en :	
pi r  dpzen! size 20 by 20;
effect    regular $2.0"  values
 $1.25
W hen ordering oranges see that the
Rose  &  Camillla    wrappers    are  on!
them. ***.
The tug Peerless arrived from the ;
north yesterday in tow of a boom oi j
Jogs for th- Fraser River Saw Mills.
Read the classified ads. on Page 2. i
They will Interest you.
The hull of the new Steamer Lap-J
wing is to be built here;  the engines
from the old bout will be replaced in
the new craft.
For first-class cut (lowers and any
kind    of    Floral      work,      telephone
Davies' Greenhouse, B208. **
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.Attention is called to the annual
meeting of the Westminster Civilian
Rifle association In the Hoard of
Trade room on Tuesday evening.
Furniture bought from Fales will
lust; the quality is there and the
prices are  right. *���
The tug Fearless left port last night
with a scow loaded with an entire
outfit for a new logging camp to be
opened up the coast by .lackson and
Bay.
An
ap; licution for two inches of
water for domestic purposes has been
made .,.,��� He_ry Arnold Howe, from a
stream running at the east end of Es-
sendlne Avenue. Abbotsford townsite.
Em- linoleums and carpets go to W.
Ii  Kales,   furniture  dealer, corner of
Agnes and  McKenzie sts. **'
The se lm tion charge against Anton'
Muxyinenko was dismissed yesterday
by His Honor Judge Howay. Tbe.
prosecuiion had failed fully to estab-,
lish the case. *,v. F. Hansford pros-,
edited, and E. II. Ross defended.'
Sec our stock and we can convince
you the only place in the city to buy
jr.ur Houss Furnishings at tumble
down  prices is  at
W. E. FALES
THE   RELIABLE
Furniture Dealer,
Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT  CALL 81.
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�� NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS 1
��� :    ���    _   i'.I'l.illi'.i    oranges
li.i''*    -I'l.vn in CalifonnlR,
tbe
The steamer Beaver brought dow i ai
full lead from up river ports' last j
night, the bow of the boat was loaded
with i mts of the engines from thej
steamer lohn P. Douglas, which was I
burnt during the winter, and will be
rebuilt In this eitv.
MOW   HOUSE OK    SIX    ROOMS
ON FOKRTH ST.. AHoVE SIXTH
AVENUE,i  TWO    LOTS.    REASONABLE  TERMS.
The  classified  ads.  on   Page 2
assist you In  your business.
will
For table decoration? and wedding
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist, 184. **
Some Genuine Bargains in Victoria Lawns
victor.! Lawn, 12 inch   wide,   beaiitififl   --oft make.
at   12
:   '. ivtorla Lawn, 12 In ��� h. _- wide, at 12 1:2c per yard, or
r   ,
S y Is.
250 YARDS WHITE   SPOTTED     MUSLIN   AT   10c   YARD.
The tug Alie<? A. left Gilley Bros,
wharf yesterday with a scow of bricks
for the new shingle mills being built
by The Banner Shingle company, of
liliuue, on the Serpentine river.
Ask y..iir grocer for Rose fir-Oamll-
lia brand of naval oranges. **
A meeting of the board of control of
the Royal Agricultural & Industrial
society will be held at an early date
to deal with the attiacLns at ihe
nexl  exhibition.
Bargains both in value and price at j
W.  E. Fales, the  big furniture store.
corner of Agnes and McKenzie sts. *
The charge a'galnst Wallace Morris
of assault on an iumate at the provincial asylum when acting as attendant was dismissed by Magistrate Cor
bould yesterday, his worship stating,
that there was a lack of sufflcl. nt evidence to warrant any conviction. The
inmate's evidence had not r. ceived
v it,, corroboration.
Ii- D. Douglas, of Oedar cove has
| applied to tbe water commissioner for'
��� ii record of 10 inches from an un .a i ed'
I stream running in a northerly direction through district lot ISO. Burnaby.
. The applicant wants the water for!
! domestic, agricultural, and industrial
' purposes.
A good appearance is an invaluable
a.ve .  not a  luxury.  ! ut  a necessity.
| Ring up I!27.*> an.l let us i .in>vm.  your
Icl lib.   .     Ko;._i City Dye Works     **
I
lb' Dominion department engineer^
are   surveying   the   river   mound   the.
li. inl of I.uhi Island, in order to map
out   the   work     for  the    dredging  re-
il'iir.l in that part of the river.     Th..
King Edward will be engaged in thai
win- kand the Fruhling dredge at the
sandheads.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R  PEARSON, Mgr.	
MONEY     TO    LOAN
0��-0*040*0*0400*0*0e*0**}*0*00��0*0*0*0^^ (
fi"-.-  &  Cainillia naval  oring. .-
vl 1     rst-i la-s   groc.rs.
are
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A Unique Offering in Real Irish Lawn
base of SB-inch Real Irish   Sh-*-   Lawn, Grass   Bleach
distinguished from pure Iln  i           I ment finish      RegularS
������rife |.-      On sale at.  per ya rd    20c
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-.o-Weai
Edison Theatre
Animated
Pictures
Songs.
A large block of land in the LH-
looet district comprising 960 awes, is
being sought tor lease from ihe provincial government by the British Columbia CaUle company. It is situate
between Cano.-creek and Churn cri k
i'ii.-, cn lhe cast side of the iin-v
ri\or. close to the n ain  waggon road
A barrel Of fun at the Pythian
' | tag rink Thursday night after skating
! session���watching     the    We'stmih-te
I bo. a in an o sthcle race, three bairn Is
over burdl-S, he wall and chute.     A
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Order Your
������
Bran,
Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats .
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
/>LL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY    DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Pbone 335.
186 Columbia  Street.      p.  o.   Drawer 100.
Phone 97
When you want
and     Illustrated ' good  laugh for every one.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
���saaiufl
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���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
At MacKay's
��� .
NEW BOOKS
Th<- Red City, by S. Weir .Ult-'
' ch-li ..   -! (...) .{��� - ��� $1 50
The LnM  Voyage Of the Donna
Isabel, by Parrls \-12h
The .Me.--.agv, by Louis Tracy,''
 *i*_
r.4-4n, or light, by Emerson
Hough . .. ..-  ...*125
Cy Whlttukcr's Place, by Lincoln   ..' J1-26
Oct Rich-Quick Walllngrord, .by
Chester ��� $1-25
IJfe of Ian MaeLaren. b) W. It
Nicboll *l-7-
Mouduy. April 12, is Uie auniv, r,ai>
cf tin- landing of the Royai Engineers
at this city fifty years ago.      To com
meinorate the event it is proposed to
i hnve a  lecture    and    concert at  St.
Program changed Monday, Wednes-   George's  hall    on    Tuesday  .viinlng.
day and Friday.     Special matlne. for; ApriJ. Fi.     The lecture will be deliv-
ladies and children. Saturdays at 2;3j| rred.by .Indue Howay, the suliject being "Tbe   Royal   Uty   l.ngineers  and
Their Work.''      It  will  be illustrated
by lantern views.     Music will be SUP,
piled by local  talent.      The  proceeds
will ' go  toward  enltirigng  the   Simon
Fraser memorial funds.     The (oncert
will   be  given  under  the  auspices  of
the   local   lodge   of the   Native   Sons
Post No. 4.
p.m.
Admission, 10c.
II I'lf-j.
Children, 5c.
KERR, Manag-r.
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 foi    25c
St. Charles cream, large can, :
Jersey cream, large can. 2 for
Milk iRlue Ribbon),' per .an   .
Assorted Jams, regular pric   ���_
" for	
or25c
..25c
10c
let .
50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.   1.   POTA
TOES AT LOWEST PRICaS.
Adarris & Deans
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
TENDERS WANTED.
Sealed tendons, will be received by
the undersigned up to noon on Sat- ��* B- c
urdav, March 20tb, 19u9, for the pur-
chase of Icg-il subdivision four of sec-
lion sixieen, township eight, east of
the coast  meridian,  containing  f.'fty
LE.LII5_.HAVE A HEART__HEART
SPRING OPENING OP
MOORE'S MILLINERY  EMPOR.UM
; acres.     This land ia situated on the
i Hall-  I'niirie road, 1 1-L' mile-s from
1 ilu- New Westminster-CbUliwack Elec-
j trie railway, and 1 1-2 miles from the
villa-'   ol Cloverdale.       Terms,  cu*n.
The highest bidder or any tender not
ti. (���.-���>..lily   accepted. .     For   further
par'.iculars apply to
H. ROSE.
Secretary Surrey Agricultural Association. Snrruy .Centre, B. C.
a.
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Electric Railway Service jj
ci
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111
interurban Line.
Vancouver   and
Will   run  every
11 m   -':-r'0   a. m.
" H p. m.
way
hai.
Last
" 1" "
Cars   leave   (ram
lle'.l-
mldi""i!
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���-. i
City, Line:
olfice on the hour, twenty
Utes   lifter,
after, commencing at 6
20 a
���a
';' '"<ves Vancouver, at
iii.ii.     ,
1
twenty
.
iioili".
es aft"
at ��:M
ii"-    depot    every
for   both   Bap.
!    limits over the
Sapperton   Line:   Car-
at ten min-tcs' after ih<
half pas I an'd fifty minute
the hour, fommnnelng
n. m.
Sunday service |flflf��-0��rlyb��
iween 8:80 a. ni. and U. P- "'
,?rlt,sh Columbia Electric Ry. Co., W
K
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beat quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRE8C*��>��TI0N
ORl��f.'J,'-**TS.'
Ellard Block
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New w*-itmlniter.
JOS'
land
secuaeu a. larue    .k.-^oritueuti oi, .
liie-tAfld' in'o'st'up to date'^iipply
The   liiilliuery  estalillsnment in   the
Hunk  ol     a-oiiuuerc     block, lonm-ny
known as Moore & Campbell, but ""W
iradiui: a_.  Moore's  Alllljuery,  lias  ri-
cqhui , t.eeu entirely   remodeled  in a
most artistic manner. The toio.  ol. n-i-
ing of toe luuiial decorations, toget-.e.
with   that   of    the    i-leetrlc  ugoMlg,
draping,  aud    i.o n ������ nlugs,    um  latter
mainly <,f  ihe     Mission" c.ur.i. ur.
, I ���* v.
^.-ipg BsBjft edwell.;-.. , jMr.-*. *lP"re Iia
i^tui-neii   ,rom  aii'sH   Id't'ort-
and me sound cltb-n, waera .^.ie
tile
of
Paris,  London, New   .ork und (boston I
"creations" In tbe way of, adoiiuutn,Hi
for  the. heads and   indr  ot  hef  fan-
patron*.
EVen to the   anuitoUr eyea of   "a
mere    man"    Joiirnnlls-    these same
adornments ��r~ "drenals" of pictures. I
que  loveliness and  should  prove  anj
endless source of debKht to all the la
dies Of thlg city and to th_;oth��-r pa
trons    of    Moore's    millinery.      The
beautiful,   vol    taste ul     coloring   ot'
many of these hats and articles frorfi j
the hands and brains of European and]
American specialist!"    iann,ot but b��M
greasy ad��-ir*d.by. ������� "W $* tbem.j
Invitations are being Issued to the fni* |
tttni e��1h| dp*i"k "r   'hi* Wh*0"*!
able   orliYm'aud  "1". it   Is  safe  to
say, be eagsrly accepted by the ladles
of New *Wc8tiiilnHter and the vicin-
Ity.
HIGHEST
QUALITY
LOWEST
INSURANCE
tave;you ever thought of the many chances
_.r)g your property, time, or life, through fire
oi* accidents or other causes,  and of the comfort
and' rrialerial value an Insurance Policy would be
,:to (yop Qfl: tjhoKe, dependent on you on such an
occasion?
:   ��� .    ll'-.'       \ 1
I can give you a Policy for any kind of insurance at a less premium than others charge, and
would like to have an opportunity of. quoting rates
to prove this to you. ,
ALPRtD   W.
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST.
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are eager listeners.    Let us talk for you. You have something to s I ,.. ^
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One Classified Ad  speaks to  hundreds   of   readers,   and   speaks   when
they want to listen.
. -����������+�����������������������������������������������������������������������.>��������������������������������������������������<'<'���<-���
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itAS TAlAL IU.U11
���
o
I'ii. man is blown iiu.,ured
feet and i atally Hurt���
iirakeman killed.
WANTED.
WILL A. S. PLEASE CALL AT THIS
office for letters?
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLKY NU tSEPUtvS,
Ltd..  Burnaby   Lain���For   healtny,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
WANTED���A boy to work from 6  to
12 in the morning. Good pay- Ap.
ply this office Saturday between 12
and 12:30.
-
WANTED���First-class painters.  Com.
ready to work. T. Meredith, comet;
Fifth avenue and Sixth street.
HENRY'S   NURSERIES ���  PACl.'lG
Coast tested seeds, trees, pla its, bi\-
supplies, elc. IjfilO WestininsK r
road, Vancouver, tind bra ich nursery at   South Vnncouver.
WANTED -General servait, Apply
Mrs. I). .1. McQuarrie, Sixth street,
near Fourth  avenue.
WANTED GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply .Mrs. R. Dickinson, corner of
Elliott and Carnarvon.
FOR  SALE
TOR SALE A l $500 Bell piano, $200;
550 cash, balance ens-. Appl.. John
Sipprell, 116 Second street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WADE,  U HEALLER &  McQi
(F, C. Wade, K, C, A. Whealler, W. |
ti.   McQuarrie),   Solicitors,   Ban-is. i
h rs, etc.   12  Lome streel, opp isite
oourthouse,       New     Westmlnstei
(Plume 143), aud at  Vancouver.
ROLLER  RINK.
FOR SALE���Gasoline launch, LS feet;
new, with or without engine; cheap.
Apply Box 29, Daily News, or C. R.
Lindsay,   Twelfth   street,   City.
PYTHIAN SKATING KINK, .sew t-.
of P. hall, Eighth and Agues stre ts.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 1 .
Admission 10c;   Skates, 25c
RESTAURANTS.
HOUdES TO   RENT.
TO RENT���$15, six-room house. Royal
avenue and Fourth street; modern
conveniences. Apj ly .1. M. McDonald, 431 Agnes street.
TO RENT���Five-room cottage, furnished, on Eighth street, close to
ear line. Possession on or before
April 1. Apply p., Dally NewB Office.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, propr.e-
tress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, lish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or i le, tea, coffee or milk
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & C L-'E
Tickets, -1 meal--- for $4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Orie.ital
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO., Real estate
and insurance agents. City, Farm
and Subui-Lan property. 2(30 Co-
lumola street.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
) RENT���One large furnished    bed
room, near library, suitable tor two
nun two     i,ail ones.    Rem
u .      Vol'-.   2.7 Victoria ���' i-
.\,ls,i.i, March U.���The boiler of C.
I', u, engine No. 138] explo .. ��� shortly after mldnlgnl at Farron, a statiop.
iti the summit above the Columbia
tin", going into tbe Lou dar, sect,o.i.
Donald McQuarrie, brakesman, waa
dreadfully Bcalded, He was brought
here, and, died al the hospital. He was
26 years old, and Raves a wire.
Era cis Glover, aged 24, singl , g
fireman of Trail, was down i-ix carle gths, and fatally hurt. He is in
the hospital here, and his death is ex
pected,
P. ,1. McCormlck, of Nelson, engineer, escaped. He had left the engine and vine up the line a moment
before the explosion The engine
attach, d to a freight irain, was at a
lank taking water at the time of the
accident.
WE0NESD��. �����CH ���
Bank of Mont
ESTABLISHED  '   I
real
CAPITAL
RESERVE
SH
Branohe    throughout Canada and Newfo
;��oooo.co
M'M0|OOO.oo
lanl, New York. Chicago and Spokane, u. S. a.. anfi '   ", ''''"'m. ^
. and
banking business  transacted. Ae_
Letters of Credit issued, available with   ecu ,,,,,,
the   vorld.
Savings   Bank   Department - Deposits ree.
wards,  and   Interest   allowed  al   3 percent,  p
Total Assets o^er $168,000,000.00.
ui al|
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'
iat
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,  G    D.  BRYMNE
��� *������������������������������������������������������������������ -���������������.����+*,? v
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TREE SPRAYS, BLUE
STONE, SULPHUR, Etc, !
AT
THE STAGE
Re a part (30 acres) of the northeasjl
quarter  of  section   I0,   town-hip   19.
New Westminster district,
Whereas proof of the loss of certi-
icate of title number 1150 F., issued
In the name of James Long, ha been
filed in tiiis office.
Notice is hereby given that I Bhall,
at the expiration  of one month  from
the date of the first publication hereof
in a daily newspaper published in the
' j City of New   Westminster,    '..--sue    a
Marrying  Mary. duplicate of the said certificate, unlesja
Tin- stmy of "Marrying Mary," Ed-Jin the meantime valid    objection   tje
win Milton Royle's entertaining must- made to me in writing.
cai play, in which Florence Gear and' C. S. KEITH,
a large singing company will be seen! District Registrar of Titles,
at the opera house on April 2, is tuei    Land Registry Office, New Westinin-
old immortal story of y    th and beau- j ster, B. C, Feb. 3rd, 1909.
ty and their coining together.  Beauty
In   this  particular  story,  however,  is
hiding under a triple mask.    She has
been thrice  married  and    thrice    divorced.    Youth   is  the   vice-president1    Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./��
of the Anti-r norce League and looks UP-
upon divorce  as   the   last   stage    of!    si'vt'r   Watches,   gents'   open    fac
YALL'S
ORUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
������������������������������������������������������������������������*��� ���������������������+��������4tt+
English Watchmaker
man's degradation in his  present  incantation.
SETTLERS' ASSOCI .'HON OF B. C.
���I', ll. Brown, manager, P. o. Box
-356, phone H34. Two acres, live miles
out, at a cheap price, to close up a i
estate; this isould make an excellent chicken ranch at small cost;
$300. terms.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN    BUNTING,    ROOM    10,
Brine block, Clarksoa street.
ACCOUNTANTS   ANJ   AUDITORS.
VU-DITI-to, ACCOJNTIAG AND SYS-
temlzing. Guian .v Falrley, phone
1117. 18 Flack block, Vancouver,
B.  C.
C.   HAMBER,    ACCOUNTANT    AND
Auditor. Notary ' Public, Conveyancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New
Westminster,    p. O. Box 795
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNI1URE
and all kinds of new and secondhand   goods.     Specie, it-   i randell
near Tram nflice.
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open caaje
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from    Geo.  Adams,   Grace'
TAILORS.
(i.u.\ in. 32 sixth street- ladies' aiic
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
in ladies' and menu's feujtlngs. Pressing and repairing, on short notice.
Phone   B350.
ARCHITECTS.
EDWIN  G.   W.   SA1T,  ARCHITECT-
(rulchon   Block.     I elepbone  338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCiiI-
tects, Guichon dock. P. O. Box
772.      Phon�� 232.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
I>ome street, w. N. party, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office.
Ryall's Drug Store.
Canada   West.
Canada-West    lor  .March   begins  a
new and Interesting serial, "The Letter.- of Louis," which, a note from tii
editor says, "are the genuine a.id authentic chronicles" of a Russian revolutionist, now earning his living as a
"man of liis own hands" in Cana.la.' 4H- ���M*4,+*J,��5**i���I* -I** .-S~H"I*'-*H-v
His views on Canada and the Canad-  T
ian-   have  the  merit   of    originalityiJ.
while   bis   mistakes   in   English   only  4>
serve to accentuate the humor of his T
narrative.   The Illustrations, bv M. B.I 7
\ f
Aleshire, ;i well-known cartoonist, are  v
sceptional Interest    Forrest Crls- T
sey gives a strong argument in favor j j"
of farm  life as opposed to city In a  [i*
featured   article,     The Lady of the .{.
Laud.''      Other notable contributions  ��I��
are "Left in Charge," a bit of early *f"
Canadian   llistory,"  by  W.   E.  Traill: |'
���What   will   a   Wild Thing   Do?"   by
C    Warman;  "Friz, A Song of a Canada   Faker,''   by .lames   P.   Hav.rson:
Optimist   in   Wesetrn   Canada,"     by
Edgar W.   Dynes.  "Among the  Habitants," by Ruby Rothwell;  and "The
Sowing." by Emerson Hough.
HUNDRED GIRLS ARE
COMING   FROM  SCOTLAND
���������������H*i
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds nl
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,  DoorJ
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION! j
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,
._..._ i
i
Royal City Branch, Columbia St. j
Telephone 12. New VVestimintet
O4K*O+0*O^4CK*O+e4U4C4>C4CD4C<rO4O4O4r ���O0eO*C��. ���.���'d
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON & AVL1NG, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc, Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High CLasa Moving Pictures, Illus-
rrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
FURNITURE.
W. E. FAL S, THE FURNiTURE
Dealer, . j.lio sterur and U d. rtaker,
cor .��r Agnes and McKenale streets.
Phone 170. night call 81.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
Winnipeg, March ib���With five
���.housand dollars in li. r keeping, provided by farmers in te west, Mrs. H.
Saut'ord, superintendent of the Girls'
���Home of Welcome, left the city on
Saturday for Scotland, where she will
secure one hundred jrirls to work in
j Canada.
Mrs.   Saut'ord   has   been   instrument-
; al  in lirliiRinj; many old country do-
j mestfes to flrst-class homes and very
i comfortable positions, and out of s.-v-
\^/m   lN|#   P_PQP-Bj^   ''ral Knhdred she has brought out she
^^ has not had a disappointment.
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
i Ellard Block, New Wettmlnster, B C
��� THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
*I*'I"I*"I"t"i* -i*,*i**I'-*i"i"r*H~H��
NOTICE.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
MRS. Rl .. iCRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Cuurch.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, head
cheese, etc.
'  '
IRON WORKS.
LAUNDRY.
NOW
is   the   time   to   get   CURTAINS AND
BLANKETS   ready   for   Bprlhg.     H.VULCAN1   IRON    WORKS,    LTD. - member the
Boilermakers    and    General     Plate
Workers.       Hollers,      smoke
chutes, conveyors,
���sheet iron work. '1
O. Box 442.
stack,! Royal City Laundry
air    receivers, _
i ... an.   u R��yal Avenue and
elepbone li-4, P.
P. O   Ilex 474.        Tel. all.        Res. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell tune Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
PALMER
BROS. TWO
j   AND FOUR
���CYCLE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
LIVERY STABLE, i
RING    UP   250   FOR    HACKS    AND
smart  turuoulv    Thy  Fashion Stables.
MUSIC.
MRS. C, C. FldllER, cx-pupll of Carl;
lotta Ant.-Ill, It A M., London, Eng.,
and of G, F. Sim-, MUB, line.. Oxford,, England, win -iv,. lessoni In
ringing and harmony.
Blackie Street.
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
Applications  Will   Uo   received   hi,   to
Monday, the 22nd, Inst., at a P.m., foi
the position of City Scavenger, duties
to commence on April ist, l'joii.    Sal-
lary al the rate of $.".0 per month, Poi
Information  as to duties, etc., appl',
to the sanitary inspector at the I
Hall
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Civ.
City Hall, March 6, 1900:
1 1-2 to 26 h.p., 2 and I cycle, Best
vibi��. on the market. Engines kept In
stock at
. .Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
lenfo street,  ���   New Westminster
Take notice that 1, C. W. Prc-tou,
of Vancouver, B. C, farmer, Intend to
apply to the Honorable Chic- Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing lease on. the
following described land: Commencing at a p-o-i on the east short-- of
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district,
about a mile ..outh of the mouth, of
Lake c-e��k, ibence west across the
Island to the shore, thence following
the shore northerly, easterly and
southerly to thn point of commence-
DMait;
No. 2 lease.���Zayas island, Port
Simpson district. Starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No, I lease,
thence west across the island to the
shore, I hence following the shore
southerly. easterly and northely
around tr, the point of commencement.
C, W. PRKSTON.
Jan. 28, I.'Ofl.
Foreign  Drafts
We -.ll   drafts at the  lowest   rates  on all '  .'���
points in Great Britain, Prance,  Germany.  Italy r^:
European countries, also on all parts of Asia,   _frica,
New Zealand and Mexico.
Bankers' money orders sold, payable al  par   i anj   '_!
in Canada.
Collections made at the lowest  rates.
Thi
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mark*
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
AnyonO -wmtln�� a -kotoh ��nd di>��crlntlon oil.
anWuf Mcnrtnln our opinion frea wlipllicr ��n
Inv-ntlnn ��� prohni.lr PHiqiitiihln, --.ini_iunl<!_-
__-SVr__.��V.ho.,.1"<1"",l"'-J,ANDB.0K on Patont-
'",i.-.__J_ V_._S "f"""'-" for ..-rurlinnmu-ntii.
__-__f^S___*tiS.'5,M'n -*Iu"n ACo.r-.elW*
Uncial natU-4, without, clmmo, In the
Scientific American.
A Ju-n-lnomolr Ulu��trat..-d wi-L-iUy.   LnrK(,!it clr-
!___ iJ. _i?wr�����B_lC""",n J"'""''1-   I'"'" W*
in ����y^-St     'P"  w" WDpal4   Sold b'
MUNN & C0.aei���^v.MrtiM Vorlf
Brwoh OIUCB. bt l' bt.. W_,bl"to"ll.V'. "
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
0*0��0*0*0��0*<X)K)*0*0*��0*0*0)*0*00*0*0 04^>4J404'J+J*QWl
Eastertrook  Milling Company.
Eturne,   R. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie&Co. ?LtT m mED MERCHA-
FRONT 8TREET N-w  Westminster.
Tpigphone
181
A little Good M
he*1
buy
clean-
N tm*'.
maU.-s abg, hoi   '"' vMt.
of poor coal Bei I   l"11 ,c>
at all.   It Is economical ��
our  coal,  lieciiu ���      '   lfl
coes farthest, makes nw
, ml      ill llll'l c
leaves very llttii   ��� ���' J
no more per ton   ban   P��n
grades.    We   l�� [��Z
part, of th_ City     f"11   ''J
alway-.    Telephone >"'ir
to us.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
,,T  PAYS TO  ^DVEI
IN
THE       D A I  L V
'Westminster's Home
pap* *w
��r
WE
Cai'8
liJESftAV
,ARCH   16,  1*--.
THE DAIL? N
IVVS
M',-n thk���-*'���*
m P3cfi, Railway Co. Qran(J    T        ^    -,      i MoilCy
*V      saved   Is arned.    Tt
|vA��C
���  roast -.n-
Se*
,ME  - *Bi-_-
:TOhlA    BE VTTL
*    Montreal, Quebec
Excellent I rain Service Betwee
LE Chteago, London,
hamilton, Toru_i.o,
, ne i.    This  is  an
You can  Bave
.vlien you need
Furniture of    . \ye have  a
gri in inn- tj ��� t, and Second han.l
j pood.-  of evei Iption.    No mat*
tei   .v bat :   ihe house
or barn, comi .,. if you can get
'   -      Your iv.u y will not be
Prolong Battle starts
For     si Voters lists
���v
;-.
__
V
lgil
Pas
VlllH   ���    U-
Portland, Boston,
Lost
!-  .. ; we can cer
; almost any-
, other   plaee
. now of.
. daily, e_-  An'' ail the principal I centersoi
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAUI-
.   ,   ;... van- TIME PROVINCES.
Victoria       Also U' BUFFALO, NEW yORK ano
_to��ia   route   Pml:Aiy VHy\ *��>"���*����� Falls.  New and Second-Hand Store
.T-kia   Muint For Timp Tables, etc.. address
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
GEO.  W.  VA.).,
Assistant  Gen']  I'n-  ��� -.      and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicajro, 111.
Mail Service
l< .... Victoria for
Tuesday,
aster on \\ ed-
_T  ROUTE.
S S   Tees
;   V.     bt,     10th
.     Clayoquot,
.  ports;  10th
-    t8lno ana w*5   and arrival of mails a.   .     i
"  lforAbc"set'  minster post office, u     .
���   and way ports.      ^ ^   ._ ^ .
NANAIMO   ROUTE.   1,^   ,_  h_,f __   ._
b- s- Joan tore  the  act tal di   , ati b
.   ..   lally, ex-
i
S'ai almo at  7
ROUTE.
ivi      \ ancouvei
| IB, C.  ROUTE..
, .,.      Vancouver
Jusi   ri leni   of   new
. ics.
Repali Ing of gui n Has, type
writer! .'ic machln-
.���1 y.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man   on   ihe Wheel
vancouv   i
_Sl!
ii.:������-���.-��� otherwise stale.l. an  desj i
���' l an I  :���   elved da ly > _i        3u .
The only mails dli | atel        an I
. eive l Sunday ari   thi   C. P, R
, C. P. R, e ls( ma I
the    way   mails,    Sappi r  .
Hill lain.
Mails  Despatched.
... ... ......
via
N ���  R.   " O \ :
Kin
|C. COAST  MAIL   SERVICE._
f SS. . mur leavi
���- -Pri] -a' 8:30 a.n      V
II ISLAND
Sum id S all L'
S. Points i
���..i:..        ' ���. ti .   ..   i  Hunt
���   on, B.C., ,,' C. P   I.
...  .ii i   Seattle,     in*
I    S
i . via ii. N. R,
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
SERVICE.
Vancouver
: Monday
a.m.
: :    lay, Thur  I  ���
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Succi   sol   to
Mayers <_. Preston
Cfl.ce,   Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P.  0.  Eix 315. Phone 105.
Railway Time Tables
CQkani ancouver),
and  '. Stands).
The Members Sleep.
Wh< an    i !.. ..'d  the
fi'''*1          i ed as to the right
1 of ihe , ange oft.    T_c
Sjj< .i'-' 1 Lid    to
' and li. j- charge.
Once ihi   mil .    nance, after a
-i"' ' ir's    duration,   was
,'    i v. Hawthon thwaite,
in .i :       .   .- as awake and
on bi   '". i pro hai he bud been
Ing to every word.
The   al neral   had   a   pro-
lopped nap in his pla_r#on the treas-
ur> bench, Mr. MacgoXyan (Vancouver) recline.i  , , a  'nek row chair,
; slnnib. .  el       and   I eside   him   -
Mr    Pa ��� | ti anied   on  4
undi*": . The      ,vi. -abb-     Mr.,
Hunter (Slocan)  engaged a full elghi
��� nut ody  was
more or less asleep.
Bed  Sites Staked.
Li d b>  Mr. oiiv. a) a party
of    Lib.   al       i v    is    found
. lll'i. ��� ei       ,. , ; -, ,, ,   .
anil slej        .  laj.   Later In thi mo ri
ing,   v.  . ��, :,;    assi d ial   ii |
��� would be i   loni    - mem-' ���
out  in  I
'on. r's . 'aims.
A  Legislative Marath  n.
Mr. Hai ...
	
soap
five
cents a
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure *oap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
aU   the   toil   common    _oap.<\,
��pel.      Get    Sunlight   Soap
and   tallow   directions.
bar
��� ���^���^���������������������������������^������������������������^   ����4.����*+*����������+������4*��������4����
'.'   TO OPERA ; i:  .
_y a i machine
How t,o make big ] its and
How i.i obtain position   -     b ,��� eek.
How to becomi a finish
We gii.    d        tions that an
We iv- e the newest n      od o 1 .
\\.   send vou on recelpl of $1.00 c. as
Wi   teai .   , - how !..   ���. ���      nai Ions
We   reive '<"..'    the   1    I tl   - XI
���; tm.      to    Ind. pendent     i' ��� . ��� _> IO'
Buildii     S. .i-e. Wash .
<<TL       M'\ i       ��l PYTHIAN
,TheMllWaUkee   SKATING   RiNK
.-go, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City  to Chicago.
B. C. E.  R. Westminster Branch.
No  i i ..in -    ii ' li e   nn
u   the  woi'. I   ' al   i q ' il   In
lu r waukee & Thej
for Na ,i I .,��� mi  :
.i  did  noi
,.     i . , atrons ire    ol
littli ���       .; j th ���   noi   ..''1,'iiiri' le fel    mln
II. S   ROWE   '
il SI . .-."    -1 '���     Portlai ii
NEW    K.   OF   P.   HALL.
Eightn   and   Agnes  Streets.
.. n
V/u�� Day Scheaule,
' i       ... iv..-..     New \\
iiiin 0, 6:50, 1 I S:0
hall I
uuiii   l;.
���   and (Clo     ��� .     ,       Vi   stmlnster for Van
and   tniormatlon
.
... i        Elgin  Allu
Ell '        .
���'   ���.     "V.--- ., ���    ������; . .
���    ������-   FOSTER,
i. Vancouver.
i. W. TROUP.
��� vie: ���. Victoria
iterruil Societies
.  .       i    er
Pori   Kells,   Hall'    Prairie  an 1
Nicomekl  despatch . on
-AMITY  LOCC--.  NO   " .���
; ��� of this lodgi
I ,        ball   Colum j
i     yton    Monday,    i ues lay
'.���'.������' i
and lion and s il
T  ���
iatchi il.
11 imi a Van  , Victoi in and
Pa       via R. C    Elec all-
way.
12:.10 p.in.
n i
: ry   11 iii,
'..      ;:     \\ -    '
llli
Monday  evening     ,ii|..,.  ,i       ,
l :30 ii in -   K-.-1 Burnal -     ,��� i
l, 6:_0, 6:50, 7:20
S;00 u i ��� v. ry hall hour I
' um p.m.
- .   ...iy* Schedule.
leai    '-   -    n\  " tor Ni w \
0 an i 9:00  i.m., and
ho ir    ; he ' after    until
11:
..  Wi   tmin ��� r for Vancouvei ��� ii.ia.. and ei
hour thei   ift. r until 10:00 p.m   i.    I
'
D. J.  McQuarriej Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
'. ��������� mee a Second nnd
I of each month,
.   . ,i!i ia St., ai
��� ������ Des ��� Fourth
.    v  month,  same
Great   Northern   Riilway.
l.v. N.W. '������ - ��� a.m.; ar, Seattle I p.m.
Lv, N.W.  I in.. ar. Si attle LO p.m
Lv. N.W.   I i ia ; ar   ^ ntle  7:15
C   nni.
D  i ������       (Steveston   mai]  d<  patched Lv. Seati ��� i u.m.: ar. N.W.
;    ,     ived   .ia Vancouver.)               Lv.  Seattl 1:25  p.m.;   ar.  N.W
2:,to    p in.-   Van' ouver    and    Piper p.m
SI ling, via ��}. N. u. north.
I; n.l    V.me.iiiver  Utld   ltui'lialiy    Ink",   a ill
2:00   p.m.- Burquitlam,   by   courii r.
2:00   p in.    I.n.in- -.    Pori    Gulchon,
Wi    hum  Island  an i Sunbury,    daily
.  :. .    ;   w . .. v   ��� i   Tue iday,
Thtir-daj nnd Saturday,    via    "J
R    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
,  1'" , No. 9, A
Solomon Lodge,   rla  B. 0.  Blectrlc railway.    Saturday
V. M.;  L. O. ��������� an extra mail Is de patched to   Vic-
L, No. 1593; Coun'"'iia via Vancouver al this hour.
pei   ' id  I, i. o. F: c. O,      Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.
' ister,    No.    330
Jt"" ���   Ow's,  N.-si   \*..   '2<l
Lv. Seattl.   11: 10 p m :  ar
p.m,
'.': -7."
N.W. 6:20
G.  N.  R.���Port Guichon.
\,,,  397     I. ave's    New  Westmin ter
1:50 j'.ii...        ������������ Guichon 6
I U. W.���FhASER LODGE  No. S
"' lir-t and ihlrd Tues-
month.       Vlsltinii
f n   Red to attend.
r 0   I'. v.*. ball. Odd
���   irkson  street
\ ���. no. 4099,  I.O.P   ' 'UW:'" <-. lul,,,'.   Hill
""       " Fourth Friday In the'    9:00 to 10:00a.m.   3trawbe,rr) inn
lL,L v,..!_ in me small   by courier (Tu.sday and Friday).
I1'1'1 dock.
8:20 um V incouver and (. xcepi
Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C. Electric railway.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
p.m. Fri-
ions   by   10.10    i.m
tmlnster Tuesday and
est. Sapperton,   ,. .-  ���-���], ,,. ;. .
Leave <-     bon 6:30 a in., arrive N.
u   ,. |5 r ; ai-o connections by
2   ,,_���,,   .N,i v   Guichon   Tuesday and
6 a in. Th      lay.
iA   ���; w. i   20 a in., il  P m., and 9:65
for  Vi ncouver,
Lv vancouvei      15 a.m.. 4 p.m, and
M ..,, . W stminsti i.
S. points '"ist nnd south, via O. N. R   ,jttj   ;  al   i    onnectl
"Flyer."
3:30 p.m.- r. P. R
l-'ia ier Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails   Received.
r,; i;, a.m.   iiialue and   Seattle
eluding i.n U. S. points, v.a G. N. R
��� him a  -
niliutes' talk.
',1 .i ; n-- hai���   the ��� .
i oui vi
lli-!  '      ' he I, "even a
attornej general and the r for
Columbia nre sleeping on I
thl   him-.."    it   was  ..
���   m . athon ��Itn I irtj two ei
and  few  finishes.
Al  1 '.   20 a. in. Air. 1 lawthi-iriul. ,\ i t
.;   low ii .ii i la- Ing that al   i    -��� ha I
.ii!.- lunch he "��� ould come ba. ���
and slarl   i   iln     Hi     lid hi   wa ��� ���      i
tor   .'viral month, on I b      i  lei i on
bin il
Kill   Time   Willi   Hoary   Talcs.
Mr    Naden   (On ��� nwood I "" Pd
In  bis  in di ni   di Blre  *o kill  time   be
ai :i d   in   tell   ibe   anelenI   -tory  ol
1 bow "another loem I ennii  In and took
mil   anol her  ���.rain  Of I urn."     He  i .- n
mo\ed   thai   lhe  i "iiiiiniI e and
!    I progr<        Ile *) as i alb .1 to or
del  .'- ha\ iv.   il     '.i     IllOl    I a    Im la
ition        Mr.    Will a   ia   (Newcasl    I
>': ���    Iii   pill   lhe  mu: I in       I le  Bald   llial
in)   qualltj   ihe nttoi ni j general   hau
��iib  Napoleon wns "inulishness."
After a Bitting lusting twenty-four
hours, nil but live minutes, the house
..I mi rued at i: 55 p.m. today, nfi r
iir   Huh bi i had -ui 'emI'd technically
y linn Ing to report progrfeBS. J In
trtii ������ wns noi for long, as the (tting
resumed toi ibh Ith, when. *the Hgbt
. un limed. The opposition di clai - ;
itself ready to maintain the Struggle
tor .lays
��� .
����������������������+.�����������������������������������������������������
Mi . ning, in to I
.    evei ;.
On   Sat.   i
I . hool children
hod skat.     .    10'     I o
:--  i). n   .m  ��� all        Ph.
\   i ���
if*-
Fraser River  Service
Sir. Ramon a
Will leave New Wcr.tnitnMrr for Chilli
wack  on
:
THURSDAY
URDAY.
AND  I- \T
ill inn  pi in:
, Glen Vai
.. \\ honno    . Itu kin, Sllv. rdali. M
. i.    Ion     i'i
' ,    . *��� ml, Sum
i tick.    RiMuruii .
waek ���     \ '.!���'.   !'   daj   nn l Sun-
i I a.m     i v ��� l "���       i
a.v.I...i.ii Ion    i ha ���  :  Fn Ight rati
\'v    i HltN    STEAMBO \T   ''ii.   Ll
R   Wbitmore. Mijr.
\   'A   We wa     ���"
Sent#0n Approval
To RaflPONSIBI.H PBOFL.K
I l"<" -
Laughlin t
tOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM W
U/,c Ink Pencil M|.
Vour Choice of ^.t
M _.*^-_
N   TTNTIARY   SUPPLIES.
��� ndi rs     ..ie ���    . a    i
tn nlti        i. ���.  Ottawa
��� lets tor Supplii ���     will
I.i    ,;.,.
ll '���      IP-Ill    vi   t .
. ' I'      . '.,.,. V ���
���   '��� ��'.;..    ,      i ,    ,
paini I-
ary.
St, Vinti nl de Paul Peniti nl iry.
IKirahi    .    Pi nlti nliai j
Mniiii.e.i Penit. rn lary.
.iji i i '   Ci i im'-ia Penitential**
���
\n i
a i
t
���'���<��� itlai y,     Edmonto
tenden   ��ill  be   n cell
the   nl1..wins;  claBBi
ln
'ERNAi.  ORDER   OF   EAGLES,
every Tuesday
8 P  in, in tbe Eagles'I 3.fl0 p>m_Blalne and Seattle,    In-
reet.    A.   Clark,  i.,lll!lM., ,lH ,,. S< points; also ail points
hoflold, Secretary,  j y,^ p-til_EaBt Burnaby, by courier.
/��T   -TTTT ' 9-30 am.���Vancouver and Victoria,
nOYAL   1 tiMFLARS  OF  TEM-
Pres
.miner,   Pori
ues
"ANCf ,.V(TV VYednesday ! via (i- N- n
,'" m- In Oddfellows''    10:00   to   11:00   a.m.���Ladner,
__ ''""��� I Gulchon, Westham Island and (T
lS0FSc;:rrANDBENEPIT ..i'lny, Thureday and Saturday) Wood
fcN' LO^"tNhY.8LM  ��*rd, ��* earner Favourite^   Steve
���: "is on the First and ! ton despatched and received via van
��!..   ... ..������..   .."'   iii.M   nun
I  ','  '   '      of every month In
fhief W. Sutherland.
��� F���Hi vn,   city   LOOge.   No.   3
"''Hows'  Hall,   Col-
'���' ���   ..a  ��..���_ _,...-.        	
'���
' "iv Friday evening
'ing bre.hr��n will
������''"     0.  B. Gilley,
1 '; 'lie, P. Q., record-
|- B��.rn
couver.)
12:30 to 1 p.m.-C. P. K- M'''
Sapperton, Fraser Mills an.l COUUlt-
lam. t   .
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Pars
ami Fraser Arm.
7:00 p.m.���Sumas   Bfl. Strtrttle.
eluding all U. S. poln-'i nnd r"-n'
WHEN  GOING EAST
iSK THE TICKET   \OKNT
TO SEND vol   OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
i Every Day In the Year
,;KTWKK.N
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
IHE TRAIN OF FAME
,,,,.; NOI..TH-WI_STI.RN. l.TU
Embodies the newest and best Ideas
���)r COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. 1- i�� lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliant
iy illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment ear-, standard Hi section sleep
Money Transactions   ���
- ��� ��� ���'������ ���
ni evei . nature maj    e coi reel ���
lv,  conveiiii'iillv    and    speed!!] ���
: a :v ii i in uiii'h the iii. ilium ���
of Die 2
NUKTIIbKN I.Kin.1. BAMf ���
  ���
Travelei s' and Commercial Letters  <>f  Credit   Issued,   payable
in   any   part  I f   lhe   world   Bills
of Exchange, Drafts and Orders
on   aU   countries   bought   aim
told,     Canadian    Bankers'  As-
i soclatlon  Money Orderg sold
Branches  throughout   Canada.
Manager,
A. S. I.  LACB,
New Westminster
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
$
Th��t��
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Poil
paid
lo any
;<i|f)rp<.q
Ht I  ���  ���      ... .
tllullntlont are I �� ������ i '.i, ���
Bftry i" " |ubi <Mt'ci
full 11 Kt S' Ild I I   cul
on tiuM liaii'l may l-c HhI
in cUImt on r _4liii-l_il I
iiimk opaque ptiti rn   Ol m
N<>ii hre.'ikitlilr    Intimpai     J
'���nt, fl* dent red) -"ii hei in
plain ��ir inaravvd Dnlsli
V'"i mmv Iff Ihllpan S wtw-,
if Ton'luii-i iin.i it m rtj ' -    '��� i
a  I. if. r    arli' Ic ihnn  y-m  ( .n ..
aura tot taiai ii��i�� tm
tm't i��  tnj .itii nwkt, it imi
I aailralj  aallafactori Ift aftfj ��c
ii*.i finm it and *��� whi Kill
rod |l 111 for it
I       iVf miif* i.,,.,r Emm ��� in4
populaf Ba_ Ota ]uk PiikII    .
j ooafilatataek proof |rlama.i > ���*,
I tm   mrileil   fr,    my   pmlllon    Itl
] |��wh"* 01 -1u|i|ilni '>*-. artlim ii
mty Ui|ta ��i Rn. Imtflhi Mtii
inifii (ipitsfI nadi IrldlttM
[.(���int. poiUfctd TotoanliH i '���' ��� t
btttm, Utr% eotiA n-nf-h    Ratal) I
. vi-rywtii-r-   f"r   tS.flO       t\$r-u\�� |
k��tiW<i   Wrh�� f'i torna   " "���'
iwmr  " 1-pat ten furl-*.   '    A<l'Irf��
��� Laughlin Mfq. Cnf-
'vs    MijMtln Bl-g ,
0-tr.l.. Mi- -
:     coal
v   i"    Good
1
7 I    ���    li    Iv-ll.
v. I" -ll   \l- :"
II 111	
|n      llanlw i'.
ll.    Leather
i        Mill..
i ;    i ills and Paints,
ll     Pork    in.I   liioi'ii
i .    Portl i  Cemi nl
IG    Sni.  Lea tin r,
IT.    1 ;""   ' ���
Detail   of mi'" matloD as to foi i
11,nn,i.     !.. [ether .-i'h forme of ten*
d, r, ��iii '.   i nni bed <m application
In thi   n ardi n-
I \u Biipplle    ."   mbji ol i" the  i
|i o*i il of thi   warden.
im.i 01.as STEWART,
OBO   W   DAWSON.
.  pei tors of Pi 'lit' mini "���-'
Di pai 'ment of Jnstice, Ottawa, Fi
ma,    ���:   1909
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for   CONRAD,   CARCROS8,    \TLIN.
WH1TK HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR
HANKS Dally traina: (except Sanda;. >
carrytBg pi_i<fnf6rs, mall. -xpr. ���- .ml
freight connect with itagfll at ('"ar
ere -ind White Horse, maintaining
a thorough Winter service.
Fn-,- inform,iflon ripply to
.1   II   K.K'.'-.'rtH.. Traffic Miinager.
tween
,      M*. _.       ���'       ."    -" |1|,     111 -a-- . _
IIur.tlnR.lon and New Westni'. -1(        -usurious dining car,    reclinins
r��  OF TRADE     N(.w   We8tmlu.
i.;;:':1      Trade   meets in the
'    Hall, as follows:
brt..i      day   of   eaoh   mont'n.
"' "r      '"    ln_s   on   the   third
,   /    '        '    February,    May,
��*r. at 8 p. m.
h.;"   m-in-s    on    the    third
svmn 1          Febr"ary-    ���-
I   . be   proposed   and
etl__ ,''   :,"n.h!y or qunrterly
"��� A' E, White, Sec.
ster, via C. P. R. t6utb; al?o F
Mills
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
h-i
March 17���Kerry flow.
Miir.th  19.���Undo Tom's ''',|;l1-
March *Ji-Harry Seresford.
April 1���The Master Power.
April 'J��� Marrying Mary.
'   April ;.- Blanch Walsh.
|    April 28.���The Olngerbred Man
t    Jane 10.���Nat Qwidwin.
chair oars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and .���.moling care.
For  Time   Tables,   Folders, or  anv
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
I            Advertising and Circulation 8
a                 -                                                                         ' a
! ;���) THE Daily NEWS, New Westminster 10c per w^ek, 11 for 3 mos I
[fl The Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly".    .           $2 per year %
I The Daily News-Advertiser, Vancouver   50c per month, $5 per year 8
3 The Sunday News-Advertiser,      "        50c for 3 mos., $1.50 a year %
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Subscriptions and Advertisements solicited lor the abive piililiciillnns .
CHARLES   E. SANDS,  Agent
fi
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$HE  DAILf  HEWS.
WEDNE$OA
Once More
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������
THE ���
Kant - Klog I
SPRAYER
we wish to bring before the jX
public of NewdWestminster j f
these unsurpassed bargains. X
Just dance over the follow- j ���
ing prices and see how much ���
you might save by CASH
BUYING.
Raymond Flour, per bun-el
Raymond Flour, per sack .
.$1.65
100 lbs. ii. c. Granulated Sugar, $5.75
20 Ib. .sack Granulated Sugar ..$1.15
5 lb. tin ...'olden West linking Powder
for
.S5c
1  l . tin Onlden West  Making l'owderij
for 20c
i
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Made   of  ���
brass     and     galvanized      iron.   ^
This is the Sprayer we sold last   ���
year, and it gave good satisfac-  ���
tion. 4
 ���
���
Simple    and    strong.
t Anderson & Lusby ���
COUNTY COURT CASE
FOLLOWS LOSS Of COW
S"
Short Cause List at Monthly
Session Quickly Heard���
Lien Case Friday.
I
COLUMBIA STREET.
tins  of  fresh   Herring  for    25-
bottles ."' Pickles ror ^i������������������������������������������������������������������������������
tins of the vety best Salmon for 25c-	
3 Ib. sack of the choicest Japan Rice
for i6ci
8 packages of force for 25c.
3 packagi -    .  Poultry Food..  .
1 bottle of  Ri al  Cabbage only
i tin of Cambridge Wafers for
;: 'b. box.     : first class Tea for,
Victoria Cross Tea only, per 1!
V i .. tin Roi ��� rtson Marmalade f
0-
. I'.iC
1 (JO
10c
or 85c.
lb. tin ,".i" ���
'ii Marmalade for 50c
Eatin
Ib,
tin Roi ��� rtson Marmalade (or
��� oi ,i irii in jars only, each 2dc
di nktng    Chocolat
]ier
30c
: ; , diced PlneappW for
:   i       o       el <���-'   Raisin-   f ir
Finn n  Iladdle only,  per lb   .      10c
The  ...  besl   Worcestershire Sauci
only  per bottle    10c
i This   sa . ���    Im  equal   io  any Othei
sau.    '-ri the market today.
Austral tn   Canned   Rabbit,  only,  per   \	
tin 25c
2 largl   : :.-   Oi   i '<>n11'*ii- ed  Cri am. 25c
2 can   -        etsfor -J. H. TOOilYi  [ji(]   Mi!8!C   HOUSC
1   can   Ci  10C COLUMBIA   -TPEET.
1   can
. 10e
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,   Prop.
The' monthly count,.' court list was
quickly disposed of yesterday ,y His
Honor Judge Howay, there being only
three vises tried, one of which was
settled by consent The other two
arose out of the.finding by J Charles
Allen, of East Burnaby, of a cow be-
belonglng to W. B. Patterson, which
was sold by the- former to defray expenses of advertising.
Patterson sued Allen for $37.50, the
vain ��� of the cow, and Allen sued T. J.,
Trapp.   the  auctioneer,   for $21
w. <;. McQuarrie acted for Patterson
and  Trapp,  Whiteside & Kdmonds for
Allen.      Plaintiff Paticrson purchased :
a cow  at Nicomen  island for $35  in
October.  liiuS,  and paid  $2.50  to get |
the animal to this city. While driving
it  home along  Twelfth  street  to  his'
place   ai   Epworth   tbe   eow  escaped |
from the herd.      Later He In aid 4, C.'B
.Allen bad advertise tho ^ whk,h I
cost   hiit-  ��n'. and on  identifying the h
cow Patterson tendered the money. Al-  H
len,   however,    wanted  $12,  and  th    1
cow   was passed over to .Mr. Trapp for  ii,
sale by auction,     The judge held Mr.  B
_J
rraprj  had  beet)  in   the position of a  _
;ak,eholder, and tin i fori shoul 1 I
lave paid t he money Into court Al- -
len was infoi med he had no right to |s
detain the ow after being e.mined, jgi
and judgment against Alien was giv n i
for the iull amount, with costs, and H
the avion against Mr. Trapp was dl.--
mi-si il without costs.
Vanstone    Heating   and    Pliim'.ijjg
Co., vs. Kwong .Man Taj >- Br>nner.
Action for $340.91.   Set for .l',0e C0UI,
H.   L.  Edmonds   for   plaii .   ls.   t;   j.-
andl Corbbuld for G. D. r>i*>'.,-u01-..
P   Murphy vs. W. *v RoSe Rnfl Rpse|
' & Co.    Suit   fqr vv.,-..     Mauds gen-
e-ally..     J   D.   Rc-onedy  for plainti'i'f,
W. I-'-  ll' nut'ofd for defendant,
'���'" ^'(.llg & Leo Pon Kai vs. Sam
'Aee. Stands generally. J. I). Kennedy for ilaintiffs; D. G. Macdon. II
for defendants.     Suit for $157.25.
F. Mynetti vs. L. R. Scott. Trial
iixed in. ivla,. March 12. Claim for
$27 for lien under ihe Wind.' en's
Li.-n for Wages act, plaintiff alleging
{he money was d ie for felling logs at
defend-tnts' request 11. L. Edmonds,
appeared for plaintiff and J I). Ken*
neily   l'or  defendant.
ll. Gautler and ri. ZenI vs. .1. Common.    For partnership account.      Ad-,
jouriied till    the next   court.      J. P.
Hampton    Hob-     for  plaintiff,    W.  .1.
Whiteside for defendant
It.  P.  Ritb.-t & Ca, Ltd., vs. D. H.
j pall.      Suit for $T7.::3.     Settled by.
consent, W. G. McQuarrie for plaintiff,
1 il   E. Corbould for defendant.
I    II. Dunkey va  Brunette Saw  Mills
BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,   ,.���_     Action for $750.     Set for day to
Opposite Postoffice. b_ flxed      (.   K   M;ir,i,j f0r plaintiff.'
II  so   we   bur,.  Dominion,   Nordhet-
''' niei'.   New   Scale  Williams  and   other
[makes, also one beautlfuj  piahogany
' player   piah.
Sewing     viin'iiiii  -   - Singer
' Whe dei   fi   \\ "'vai.
talkiiig   Mai ���:   ������ ���      '.vn un 1  Vic
"���    lm'
u havi a .r.i.ii^ _ acbiu.'. sign
this a<l. and i i;,ir.v io .-��� We wilt
mail ..nu each month a catalogue of
, i coi .i-.  free,
N'anie
The Pearson Electric Co.
(Supceasors to T. Mi wl r. y
Electric Works 1
Dealers in tlectrical Machinery, Fixtures and Supplies
Wiring and House Funiishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing a
Specialty.    Phone 331, P. 0. Box 928.
A. W'healler for defendant.
WILL APPOINT  DEPUTY
MINISTER   OF   FISHERIES
House of Quality
Talk of
the Town
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
[323   Front   St..   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster.
I   and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
.   .-'lu'iild be consulted If you want to
! :-i i1 furniture or an auction conducted.
Live Stock Implement miction held
every Friday morning on Westminster
.Unikef;  and every Saturday morning
op Vancouver market.
!     rn-.- i-pbiidid incubatorfe v. ry cheap.
,     lliif-e young fresh    cowe,  $30, $50
i on - *.v'th calf, $70.
Ottawa, .March 9> Al (he first m e -
ing of the  newly constituted marine
and fisheries committee this morning
Prof.  Prince, commissioner of fisher-j
lea, said it was impossible for ally deputy minister of this dual departmenti
in the public service of the Dominion
to devote the  Ume nnd attention to
fishery matters llifet their iniiHiitance
demanded. This opinion was concurred
In by several members of the commit-j
tee, and apparently by Hon. L. P. Bro-{
ileur,   ininitser  of  marine  and   lislior- j
lea,   who  wns   himself  present,     The |
appointment  of a  deputy minister of.
fisheries Will likely be the outcome.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
THE  NORTHWAY   CLOTHING   HAS
A  REPUTATION  UNSURPASSED AS1 ���
lo
TO THE QUALITY, AND STYLE^
ALWAYS CORRECT. LET US TRY,;;
ONE OF OUR SUITS ON YOU, THAT,*'
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YOU  MAY   BE CONVINCED.
J. Eugene Brown _ Co.
272 Columbia .Street.
j
rosperity
W.   have found the philosopher's sioiu���f���und a recipe for prosperity.
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What is It?
Get Busy!!
There arc opportunities for investment,    opportunities for e^tifipilse
all around you.
We bave real estate proposi in,,, v.|;;,*a wn.] ,,av handsome (livlilends.
\\by not investigate?,.   ,
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New Westminster, B. C,
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THE  STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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Spring Milllinery
Announcement
To every l.uiy ir, New WYstminste. and vicinity we _xte
a cordial invitation to visit our Spring _��i}linery Opei
which takes place Wednesday,  March  10th; Thursdi
March 11th, and following days.    We place on display
during these Opening Days the choicest and most stylish
array of L:ulie-'and Misses' Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear
Hats and Millinery Novelties.   Those in chargehave spared
no trouble to gather together ideas which clearly indie:
that our Millinery Department leads in correct style a
display.    Our Millinery Section has been greatly improved
during the last few weeks.    More light has been allowed
to find its way in, walls have been renovated and other
improvements made which make this department one of
the most pleasant and attractive in liritish Columbia.   Wi
make this Spring display in order that our customers may
become acquainted with this season's newest styles, which
will be set forth in their most harmonious arrangement.
Plan to visit the season's Initial Millinery Display   WEDNESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND    FOLLOWING   DAYS.
Take time to admire the many other Spring Novelties on
display throughout the store.    Our store has never been as
full with new ranges of Spring Goods.    LADIES' READY-
TO-WEAR    GARMENTS,   DRESS    GOODS,   WASH
GOODS,   GLOVES,   HOSIERY,   NECKWEAR  NOVEL
TIES. TRIMMINGS. Etc., all here in quantities, qualities
and styles such as you can not find olsewhere.    We have
every confidence in the reliability of our goods, and we
desire our customers to feel the same way.    You can become better acquainted with the values offered here by
examining our various lines.    No trouble to show goods
or point out to you your advantage in buying here.
fret to look around during these display days.
Fee!
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W. S. COLLISTER | CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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