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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WH,T��, SHILES 5. CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
^U*MK 4, NUMBER 51.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
i
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NEW WESTMINSTER,  H.  C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1909.
(VE LAKE POWER CO.  German- arming
Urnaby ACREAGE I      �������8HiPS
FIVE CENTS PEP  ^'PY.
t-act of Land Acquired
lear Lake for $140,000
ir Railway Purposes.
ouver March 2.���-It is under-
[that the Stave Lake Power com-
[ha.- jusi purchased U6 acres of
... ami adjacent to Burnaby
U ,,..;,.���, tion with its project for
I,,.. ,;,, trii railway lines between
[ftestniinster mnl this city, Bur-
, wii; be a junction point for
Inch lii"   :" ''"n  Moody-      'lh<i
the Burnaby Lund eoui-
, i:. w. McLean of this
v ier.     The deal
i JO, or 'it ihe rata of
i    , ere.
land in the tract acquired by
[11. mil'.-  and  Ins associates vir-
constil : es on.   tnact, compris-
libdivisions   56, .".7.   r.S,  143   and
municipality,     It is
t .  |  thai   ul!   this  area, exelu-
|f requii'iii.'iii    for  railway pur-
will be subdivided  and  placed
mark I
Other  Transactions.
hi   .  tj   i- reported
,. also bought a track of    326
I /  lake and the
.   mpan*'- holdin ss
���   ...   the    iti   ol
lENOINEER'S OFFICE
I.NQWTEN APPLICANTS
Small    Cannon.    Machine  and    Rapid-
Flre  Guns to Be  Used in the
Army   Balloons.
Berlin, March -.���The military airship of the future i.s to be armed with
small cannon or machine guns. The
army authorities at several headquarters throughout Germany are experimenting along this line, and il has
been virtually decided to provide balloons on the rigid Zeppel'n type either
wiih cannon of small cMibre or ma-
chine guns. j i ��� danger resulting
from the recoil and the escaping of
gas fi-oni the muzzle has been practically eliminated by .a system of adjustments, the details oi which are
kepi secret,
.li is proposed also ;o arm the semi-
rigid balloons of the Par elval and
dross types with .a lightei rapid-fire
weapon, thus enabling them to attack
Infantry  detachments.
ii,.!i!lt.,;ii(. MERCHANTS
DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP | ST"
LONG WATER Bill
TAKES UP MUCH TIME
Right of Appeal From Board
Decision Will Be Allowed
-Socialist on Pensions.
Fruhling Dredge Bought By
Dominion Government Has
Arrived at Williams Head
Ci, March 2.���The city
municipality relief bill
l the
going
Victoria, il
of Femie am
was   read   for the first    time  in   the
house this afternoon, the house
Into committee on supply.
The Jurors Aci Amendment bill, the
Ditches and Water Courses Act
Amendment bill and the Vendor and
Purchaser Ac) Amendment bil) came
"!' I"1' report. ,i n Hawthornhwaite
":'J"'"' l( ;" the .la .... making a stat-
ut0I'J declaration of twenty years
Prima facie evidence of the truth of
the facts. Thla led to i complicated
legal argument; on report the clause
��� dopted, the house divi ling 29 to
Senior   Partner   Retires  from   Firm   of
Hardman, James and McClughan
���Will   Build   Residence.
A  Hardman, ol  the I    .
man, James and  Mi < 'lugi u
un  . nan nd
; . . sterda
if   llill'd-
v   Iware
Kiminion
disposed ol hi*>
t    .       date
Running   Not
Ni,
iff*.
City   Council   on
Monday.
Illle   '
-
|I
It
; ol VV. P
rhi :.
:   B ackman, of
i'   Moi ��� |. on, c
ii.   Hat, iii ench i ..->���
��� ni. v ;   .ii    be  com ei u  :u  his  part-
iie   .    I temi etire  irom
ll,'       1 a A       !..... I
illdin
lence on   Fifth
I he ii; in    dl
v   rel   v
������ in.'   neaiI5   two
���..     ���.,  h     11
.-1 ship with Mr   Hardman shortly
ii.   severed  hi n   with
.   iiv ion, with wh< 1 1 v en as-
ited   man*
Mi
11
I laid-
. KiS-
I   iii-
Appeals Allowed.
'I he  Water bill  being Introduced, a
��� Ii -<��� 11 - - ..11 arouse of clause ���'��� I, ���' hlch
���   .si    ��� he  right  oi  ni. .ea! from decisions of the boar I.    Hon. K. ,1. Pulton agreed to accept  the ruling ��� i the
ihi- i|v - n. _n amend-
bla effect was Introduc d bj
A. E. McPhilllps and carried on a di-
\ Ision of ile- hou.-...
Forty mure clauses of the 'ill were
passed before the committee rose and
1 epoi ti i pr .-;��� ���
The Farmers   institute and Co-opi 1
ation   Aci    Amendment   bill  wa    dis-
ii committee before the '
rose,  t 1   sii   again  al   S  o'clock   this
��� -. en ing.
G. A. Keefer, resident engineer of the department of public works   vesterdav
attornoon   received   word from Victoria to the effect that the  big   Fruhling  dredge
bought by the Dominion government for use in deepening the Fraser river channel from
this city to the mouth, has arrived at Williams Head, near Victoria,   and   is  readv  to
proceed to its destination. ' ay t0
No details as to the voyage experienced by the dredge were given in the me^ao-P
received by Mr. Keefer, who is leaving for Victoria this mining, intending io^lolovfr
THE FRUHLING DREDGE.
Tin
Mond. y E vening"s Sitting.
lo  ->|.
M 111
. am    up for third readtn
IENGINEER INSPECTS
!    PROPOSED M SITE
.1 ��� ..  p  ���
���vi   and ���  ���
aeration
Standard  Oil  Vice-President  Dies.
;��� ���   York, March -'     W. II. Tilford,
al. ins ut the Stan-
lard Oil companj. dli il  a    his home
j N.w   Yoi I,  eil>   ;...:
M      vn,.   , ,,.-. .   in   ;
ini , 1.    ,   [j,  ,,,,,,..        .   .       Draper's Hounds After Cracksmen.
ire willing to provide      Spokane,   March   2. -Harrj   Draper
and his bloodhounds have gone to Bill will thorough!}   n-   topla, Wash., to seek the trail of two
mils nf each ap-   safe blowers, wh,. robbed Fair, hard-
nnd li       vimoniais, and ani ware store In thai town Sunday night
"ade ai an earlj   and tried to break into the bank and
I  ostofDce, i.m failed.
ne Edifice of Charges
Bmlt Upon Misstatements
p.. M 11
in thi  commons   jected to the trial    of    the ease by
W. Temple-   partj newspapers which had the facts
; reduced by  Bir twisted.    He  noted   thai  British  Co-
the  Hon   Mr   lumbla had noi given true accounts of
bis seat  amid en-   his statement   in  explanation of    tho
    "iv   Lib.-ral   facta  ,������   .,���. ca_e,
.. Possibly errors appearing In the Co
I Sew Westminster, I lumblan might be due to some other
*e question of de- Ltr&nge   alteratloi   of   telegrams in
"Vi    *   "' lblllty  '���� the es-   transmission, said Mr. Aylesworth, re-
He referred to  ferring to the Colonist    forged tele-
"mii"  In a  report   pub-igrani.     1'pon such misstatement was
1   Van..mver paper two j built the whole edifice of the charges
Hh published an alleged   mada against -.ho department eonnect-
I       an official of the pent- |ng |t  W|lh ,he    escape    of    Miner.
mat ne could
iRlil
have  thTown j Bowke,  said   Aylesworth,  had  sworn
ut _�� e8cai>e of    Bill   (hat he had given at the investigation
/'   D��t called on to give
*!l"" <ii" departmetal lnve_.
British     Columbia
IK   fiotu
J ��� tatements and interviews,
ilIT eX'W&rd�� ^urke had
'   aict"-l in some important
f ����ea_iit_ made by Mln-
; ;.'��� ^worth and Daw-
��ar��0Ular he referred to the
had
all the facts, which could bo given,
und every official who eould possibly
know anything of the case had been
examined as to the change In the ail
dross of the telegram.
Mr. Aylesworth said he could not
account for the receipt of the telegram
here addressed to Inspector Dawson.
Unfortunately the alteration of tele-
Bourki
grams where   British    Columbia was
he t(-win  '   ald h�� h,ad ad'' concerned sp-emed only too rommon.
of Mlner'a n��Ufy,nB tbo d"'  B*Cept for tho exigencies of newsp*
i of ft,   ,'" ,,scapc t0 'I"" in- j ppr wnrfare, he knew no reason why
f'or d,w y' anrl not >lho n,alter *-houl'l (-Ka,n b0 ,,r0"Rllt
,     ...^   ' 1  demanded   fur�� 1 mtghl  still    be    recaptured,   md  no
M-   Avir. ,,,   . ; sione  bad   been  l^ft  0_i_rn��- to rf'
*��*% replying, ob-lfael tha. capture.
iTontlnii'-d on Pags Thre��.)
Expert Retained By Province
Spends Hours at Coquitlam Lake���Clearing Land.
Hydraulic Enginei r A. 11, Powei a
company with Alii. A la ns, Garreti
and Smith, Engineer Blnchle-, and 1").
.1. McQuarrie, of the B C. E. R, company, !���'. K. GIov. 1. of the Vancouver
Power company, Reeve Welcher, ex-
Re ve Booth and Councillors Marshall
and Pox of Coquitlam, yesterday visited   Coquitlam   lake,   the  source  of  the
city's water supply, ror the purpose 01
taking observations on which he will
base bis reporl to the provincial government with reference to the advisability of building a 76-foot dam ai the
lake for the purpose of generating
power for the Vancouver Tower com.
pany.
Several hour, wen- .-pen: at ihe
lake during which Mr, Powell closely
examined the situation He declined
to be Interviewed <m bis return, imi-
matlng that hla lirst reporl will be
Hindi- to the government, under who...
instructions be is acting.
Men   Clearing   Land.
Ai the present tune forty 111. n are
at work at the lake, clearing the land
below the present dam, so as to be
in readiness to proceed with const ruction work as soon ns arrangements
are complete.
Work for Five Hundred Men.
It Is estimated thai the construction
of the Hlg dam. and the building of
the railway to the lake, which will
be used to transjiort materials, will
give employment to five hundred men
for at least two years.
Big Cougar;  No Gun.
Tho members of the party accompanying the engineer to the lak.- yesterday morning caught sight of a big
cougar in the given Umber about a
nilli) from Boyd's camp. The big cat
ieonld easily have been killed, but for
the sufficient ren.son that there was
no firearm wlhln miles of he place.
Ask Complete Government
Control Over Telegraphs
Oi n a. March -'. Tbe house of Th. result ol the motion of Mr,
commons lasi nigln discussed the tele-, Lennox will no be heard of again thi-
l hou. q .estion .... a . ��� solul Ion moved j M *""n- ^ "luJ*''- "ho r*lIes* h ��oe�� '"-'
by Mr. Lennox, in which it was declared thai the experience of the wes-
t.   a provinces which have taken over
hi   telephone business, and  the evidence coll..cted  by  the committee of
l the foot of the resolutions of privai
I mi   1 - rs,
Mr.   Lewis  introduced  liis bill  pr<
vidin- that second-hand stores, hefo ���
thej can show revolvers and pistols In
their windows,  mast  secure a perm.;.
the house which inquired into the ques- Ifrom the police     immigrants, new!;.
lion  four years ago, established that ��� arrived, see these guns thus exhibit..;
md consider that they are ;h.. propelling to carry round.
the boat before it proc< i Is on lhe last stage of its journey.
speak,,- took the chair a, s-4o| 1    -   \ df^[ch v       '^ ip yesterday's News Advertiser to the effect that the
P.m. and the h. use proce, ded ai one, : aredge Jiad met w.th ;: ..lishap ofl -Japan, having stranded on the coast, it being stated
orde,   of the k,y    The Coal inquiries had been rec< :    ! at Victoria from London concerning the extent of damage
Nation act amendment Hsustained.   The story is absolutely without foundation, as evidenced bv the information
"������.no,, of Hawthomthwaite to reconi ppeived yesterday by Mr. Keefer.
ill   '-. th  the  ��� fur.   ~~    ~~ ~ :���1 	
a,.-mim. ni   a dispute arose on a
: thi   deba e wo   a I-
.
Juroi ,. a v 11!
nu ni II wi opted J he Din hi -
and  Wan ci ameudmeni b
au 1 t'endo    and   I'un baser   aci
amen I 1 w.-nt thro igh  .  ...   ���
Young on Civil  Service  Bill.
Hon. 1 ir, "1 oung Introd ice I the sec
on : ��� . ���..--.:. ol the Publli Sen ce bill.
He . \, lained that the civil >��� rvice ol
11 C. i...- . vi rloaded with old nu n.
'I li - ��� t( m ha.1 grown up under the
P1 na ������ -;. stem, and the object of
1.1 bill was u. do awaj with ibis,
rh Socialists 1 Williams and Hawthomthwaite) objected to the methods
of allotting pensions and contended
thai those pensioners who In their active days received only a small salary
should receive the larger pension
whii.. those who had earned considerable vims might be expected 10
havi made provision for their old age,
Pensions for Everybody.
Hawthomthwaite even weni so far
as to argue thai all persons, civil ser-
.aui 01 others, who have devoted
their lives to society, should be pensioned. I'h ��� bill was road a second
linie. ��� ���
l he Hush Flre aci amend mi m bill
was pi ad a second time.
The lions.' rose al ten minutes after
one o'clock.
Municipal Clauses Act.
The attorney-general bill to amend
the Municipal Clauses aci  passed its
second   reading.
Mr Oliver (Delta) said that this bill
in effect amends the New Westminster
Incorporation act, which is a private
bill.     He thoughi this a bad practice.
Mr Bowser agreed. However, he
said thn nexl year New Westminster
Intended to come wholly under the
Municipal Clauses act.
Mr. Oliver suggested that all municipalities be brought under the act.
Mr. Macdonald (Rossland) thought
that when New Westminster asked for
amendments to Its charter this would
repeal the public act.
jir. Hawthomthwaite (Nanaimo)
proposed that regulations dealing with
the Inspection of milk be Incorporated
(n the net.
Inspection of Mines.
Mr. MeOrlde's bill to amend the Inspection of Metalliferous Mines net
was given Its second reading. Its
aim H to enable the department of
mines to rhnnge the code of signals In
J
the p.opie of Canada, outside the
three western provinces, arc paying
more for their telephone service than
they should be called on to pay, and
that it is the Immediate duty of the
governmenl to initiate such measures
as will afford relief. Mr. Lennox
Btated thai he did noi Intend asking
for slate ownership, but for more
complete  government control.
A. K. McLean came to the relief of
ihe ti lephone companies. The fact
that foreign rates wer,. lower did not
prove   thai   Canadian   lines   Were  too
high. Tbe nationalization of the tele-
plume would be a most unfortunate
policy for Canada to adopt The
western provinces had gone iuto the
business uot for business reasons, but
l'or political reasons. The Manitoba
government's surplus was a paper surplus.
Mr. McLean concluded bj moving an
amendment thai the limis,. reaffirm
its approval of the legislation passed,
placing 1 lie telephone companies under the control of the railway commission, and that until Such time as
the other provinces followed lhe example of iho western provinces, this
legislation was sufficient
Mr. Armstrong strongly supported
the Umnox resolution.
Another provides that when a prisoner is condemned to death ho shall
Immediately be removed to the near-
esi penitentiary Instead of being confined in ib.- county jail. This is intend..I to prevent exhibitions of 1110.
bid euiiosii). The bill was read ������
first time,
SMUGGLER'S UCHE FOUND
NEAR GRAND FORKS
Lucky Rancher Follows Footprints ir
the Snow���Find Will Net Him
About $600.
Grand Porks, March -������-J. .N. Urun-
slnll,  a  rancher living  n.-ar  Laurier,
some fifteen  miles  east  of this  city,
made a rteh find  last week.      Whlk.
walking along the track of the Grea
North.-rn railway, Brunsklll saw sonu
footprints leading into the bushes at
Mr. Carvell was as strongly against  the side, and followed them.     He had
It, and after speaking for some time,   not  gone  very far  from  the railway
moved that the debate ba adjourned. 1 when he cams acros a roll ot blankets
Slr Wilfrid Laurier said he was unable to promise that the subject would
be reached again this session. So
far as the government was concrued,
it shared the views of Messrs. Lennox
and Carvell.
Mr. Lennox Insisted on pressing the
matter to a vote, and the house divided on the motion to adjourn, which
was carried on a strict party vote of
101 10 17. n governmenl majority of
51.
and a suitcase cached In the snow
He opened them and discovered thai
they contained over 150 pounds o<
opium.
Mr. Flrunskll) took his find to th.
customs officer at Laurier, and it if.
stated he will receive something llkt
$��00 for his trouble. It is thought tha-
the opium was brought Into this city
from Vancouver, nnd that some one
was entrusted to deliver tho goods at
Spokane,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WE��Nr.->oAY
MarCh
5>'h.,,
CENTS A BAR ���___0__i_?_0>madeihcahada^   Bank of Mont
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
A   Stubborn  Cinderella. |
most   marvelou.sly  enthusiastic |
<y the Chicago i
my   play   since'
was     built   In   the!
to
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I Wanted -:- lost -:- found
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- ftc.
FOR SALE���Gasoline launch, 18 feet;'
new. with or without engine; cheap.
Apply Box 29, Daily News, or C. Ft.
Lindsay,  Twelfth   street,  City.
WANTED���Liy man and wife, bedroom
and board with private family. Address A. ii., thi- office.
  I
WANTED���A boj to work from 6 io
l^ in the morning. Good pay, Apply this office Saturday between 12
���md 12:30.
Th ^^^^
i notices ever    given
newspaper  critics
ih.    first   theatre
Windy   City  have   l.eeu  accorded tin;
I musical comedy "A Stubborn Cinderella," which will be seen at the Opera
House tonight,
Percj Hammond, of the Evening
Po i and Chicago's foremost critic,
said: '"A Stubborn Cinderella' is
Car ami away the best of the copious
output    or    the    Adams, Hough    and
WAY INTO AMERICA Z���L?m'authors o�� 'The Tlme'
i
ESTABLISHED 1817.
:reaj
CAPITAL
RESERVE
Branches  throughout Canada  and Nfewfoun
��1't.-.uu.uoo���0
11'����0.000.oo
CHINtS- LABOR FINDS
Half     Million      Annua
Fails to  Entirely  Keep  Out
Excluded Class.
and the Girl,' 'The Girl
Question,' and 'Honeymoon Traul.' Its
characters are more attractive, its
Expenditure Ltory m,,r��� interesting and consistent.
and Its wit more spontaneous. The
piece is beautifully dressed in silk and
satin, and its dancing numbers, thank*
to Mr. Goor.ce Marion, are without exception poetic and graceful."
r     THE KIND     ""
THAT PLEASES
THE PEOPLE
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
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LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
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Position
In oil
Ice ;
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ladj   whi
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lyp.
iwriting.
P   0. Box 573.
V.
fANTED-
-SIX or si
���ven i
'(.oil)
.   ttage
ir house
to rent;
CiOS.
In
Apply
A,  Y. P.,
Daily N
ews.
Washington,  March   I.���Some  facts
showing the far-reaching character of i
the work of the joint  commission  on MEMBERS OF N
Immigration, which was appointed by
congress on Pebruarj   20,   1907,  -.'������''���''
presented   to congress today  through
ilie.-   publcjiition   ni   I   preliminary   re-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
port  by  the commission dealing with i l'or,s  trom    Churchill    that Sergeant j filed in this office
virtually every phase of the Immigra-j Donaldson, of the mounted police, lost ;
tion question. his lit'.- through a walrus attacking a]
one of the mos; important features|small  boat, piercing it with its  tusk
^^^^^^       W. M. P.
KILLED  BY  WALRUS
01   ''a. March 2.���Major Moody re-
Re a part (.0 acres) of the northeast
quarter of section  10, town hip  19.
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof o\f the loss of
Bcate of title uuinla-r 1150 F., i    led
;u the name of James Long een
iwimd-ing ashore.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupii of Carl-
lotta Antclli, R. A. M., London. Eng.,
and Of G. F. Sims, Mus.    Bac, Oxford,, England, will give |--- 'n��  in
-inging and harmony.
WANTED���By March 1st, girl for general housework. Applv Mrs T. S.
Annandale,  189  Fourth  street.
TO RENT���One large furnished    bedroom, near library, suit abb
Also two small ones.    Ren*. r--_son
able.   Apply 2S7 Victoria str ���
I of the work is connected with evasions | and pulling Donaldson under when he
of the law  resulting in  the Importa-j was
i tion of excluded classes. Notwithstand-1
I ing the expenditure of about $500,000 |
I anually to enforce this law, the com- j
' mission finds that it does not prevent'
the coming of Chinese laborers in considerable numbers,
I Thy investigation of Oriental immigration bas been confirmed thus far to
J the Rocky mountain and Pacific coast
J sections,  and speCf.tJ    emphasis    has
I been placed upon the inquiry concerning the Japanese. Without ihe
census, recently ordered in California,
the commission claims tbey have falr-
WANTED��� A nurse girl; servicei
quired from 1 to 6 p.m. Mrs.
j ones, Royal avenue.
PROFESSIONAL.
r two. |iy accurate information concerning
the numbers of Japanese ln California, their distribution by counties and
Industries districts, their occupations
and trades, in California and Washington the report, when made will
eov.r the presence of Japanese, Chin-
and Hindus.
re-
Dr.
Ralph Smith Chairman.
Ottawa, March 2.���Ralph Smith will |
probably lie appointed chairman ot
tho new standing committee of the
commons on mines and minerals, thus
giving British Colubia the chairmanship of what promises to be one of the
most important committees of th.
house. In the last parliament tho
province had no committee chairmanship.
Notice is hereby given that I iall
at. the expiration of one month from
the date of the firai publication aereol
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, usdess
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, R. C, Feb. 3rd, 1909.
WADE, WHEALLER &  McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A-Whealler, W. \
G.    McQuarrie),    Solicitors,   Ranis- j    qu
ters, etc. 42 Lome street, opposite jr. A.
courthouse,
1 Phone US)
New Opposition  Leader.
March 2.���J, M   Telller,
M
n-e.      ^^^
for Jolictto. will assume leader-
New     Westminster, Iship of  the  opposition   in   ihe  forth-
md at Vancouver.       'coming legislature  in  place of  I'   E.
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���
Leblanc, who was defeated
tion.
list  elec-
New Spring Goods j$7
JUST   ARk.'VED.
Exactly   the   material   you 'want   for
suits m,i !,. to order.    Perfect fiiN^uar-
anteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladres from $12.,-:
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents'    open    case,
50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo.   Adams,   Croce'
land. New Y..rk, Chicago and Spokane, u. s. \.
banking business  transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with ci
the world,
Savings Bank Department Deposits rece
wards, and Interest  allowed a1  3 percent,
Tot.il  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
'"",J '�� L^
S'liiti
111
I
BRYMner
BIRD
SEED
BREAD
GRAVEL
AT
R YALL'S 3
PHONE 57.
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i
B. C. Mills, Timber and!
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutactuitrs and Dtaiers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash, Doortl
Interior Finish,     lurried Work,    Etc,
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drainiti-.|
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westmimlal
P. O.  Box 634.
Opposlti
New Westminster.
Windsor  Hotel,
P. O.
'ox  171.
Tel.
Res.   129.
We  Sell  the  Celebrated
Palmar Bros.  Engines
j This is the    jjGasoline Engines
| Opportunity l
4       Look   over   Henry'.-   catalogue
���      and make <>ut your order tor
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
PALMER
BROS. TWO
AND FOt u
���CYCLE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
Trees, Plant -. Bee Suppll.
No windy agents to annoj
N'o damage from fumigation   S'o
delays of customs,
YOU "'PRESS  THE   BUTTON."
WE DO  THE  REST.
.f   Do   f
4-
f
*
IHENRY'S
i Nurseries
1 1-2 to 25 h.p..
value on the mar
stock at
n 1  I cycle.
Englnei
\
Offices,  Greenhouses  and   8     :
houses, 3010  Westminster  Road,
Vancouver, B.C.  Branch Nursery.
South Vancouver.
���������������������������������������������������*������������������������
WHEN   GO.NG EAST
\SK THE TICKE.   AGEN
;' i SEND .' il     IVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Elghi Train    Evei     Daj
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE       N0R1 li'.KN LTD,
Embodies thi   newi  I  and  : e ���  ideas
���    COMPORT   I   INVENIENCE, and'
LUXURY,     li hted   with   both'
electrlcltj an I ga . moat brilliant
Ij iliiiiiniiat. .1 tral ia the world, J hi
iMiulpnieiii consist ��� I pi h ate compartment cars, van.ia: i 16 i���������( tion
������: i, luxui lous dining car, reclining
chair ear.., ; tea! free), modern la\
coache and buff library and -moi,
Ing cars,
For  Time  "i able     foil": . oi   anj
fi   ther Informal Ion call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 S.coud Avenue, Seattle. Wash,
i
ynopsis    of    Canada*     Nortn-Wen
Homesteaa Regulations.
Any even numbered section
minion lauds in .Manitoba, S03_.&tC-r
awan and Alberta, excepting s and 26
not reserved, may i.e homesteaded b>
any person who is the side hea_ of a
family, or any malt- over LS years o-t
age, to the extent ot one-quarter sec
tion of Itiu acres, mure or '^su.
Application   for   entry     _i__i
wade  in person   by   the  applican
a Domiukin Lauds Agency    or    eub-
igency  tor the  district  in  whlcii th*
��� and is situate.    Entry hy proxy may.
lowever,  pe  made  at an agency  on
lertaln conditions by the father, moth-
k'eivt ln i "ir�� 8��n' daughter, brother or tjis-.er of
in Intending homesteader.
* Th.- honiesteailer  Is  rejulred to per-
\/V estminstCr.. "rm tlle bomustead duties under one
1 ii the following plana-
(1) At leaat six months' resld-mc.
i i, ou and cultivation of the land In
j inch year  for three  years.
(2) A lioiuesteader may, if he so
. '."'.sir -   perform  the    required    real-
1 "in a datics by living on fainjiiiK
iand owned solely bv him. nut less
than eighty (89:) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Jolni
iwnership In land will not me_t this
equlrement.
Vi) If the fuller i.<r mother, if the
(ather la deceased) of a bomeeteader
n.is permanent residence on farming
and owned solely by bim, not less
t.'*an eighty (SO) acres ln extent, in
I ." "ricinltj of the homestead, or up-
ui a homestead entered for by him
in ihe vicinity, such homesteader may
lerform his own residence duties by j
living with the father (or mother).
(!)    The term "vicinity': ln the two I
preceding  paragraphs   is   defined    as
meaning not more tWin nine miles In
Th,-   Picnecr  Limited."    St.   Paul   to   a  direct  line, exclusive of the  width |
Chicago,  "Short   Line."   Omaha     to   "f   roa.l   allowances crossed     In     the
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited" measurement.
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every   order   placej   with   4"
i���
us    means
tomer.
a   satisfied \cus-
OUR WGKH SATISFIES    x }
OUK PRILLS AKE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quote-
on application.
v
I
4
I
4
��S|J Jackson X Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID. Proprietor.
Tenth -treet,   ���   Now WRstiiiiiisliii
	
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NOTICE.
NEW   K.  OF   P.   HALL
Eicjhtn  and  Agnes  Streets.
Houi  : Morning, 10 to 12; atternoou
2:30 '.. 5; evening, 7:30 to 10,   .'. In I
si.m  I nc,  skates  26c.    On   Saturdays
i" to  L2,  chool children    uu lei     12
-ill   ii  t irnlshed skates for 10     I om-
'.n tickets now on sal".   'Phone
A    IM.
"The Milwaukee"
'i'ak.j notice th.ui I, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, IJ. C, farmer, intend to
apply to the Honorable Chic* Commls
sloner of Lands and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing least- on thi
follow ini; described land: Co r.menc-
in;; at a posi mi the east Bhore of
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district,
aboul a mile i nub. of thi i i< '������ ���
Lak" creek, I hem e west aci ��� is the
Island to the shore, thence follow-In-
the shore northerly, easterly and
southerly to the polnl of commencement.
'��� i, 2 lease. Zaya island, Pori
Simpson district, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No, l lease,
thence west across ifm Island to ths
shore, i hone., following the shore
southerly, easterly and northely
around to the point <.r commencement.
c. W. PRESTON.
I    Jan, 28, 1909.
0*O*Q*O*Q*O*0O4X*��a_O*0*04C _*O0O*O^O*' ���. D424C4(m
Foreign  Drafts]
\Ne  ������ U    -l. aft    it tli.-   lowest  rati
i its in G     t B :'ain, France,  <;��� rman; i I
E   opi an ci iu_tr_i -.  ilso on all pari   of v-__|
New Zealand nnd Mexico.
Pan   ��� .        .::���:-     old,   pays
.tnada.
Cbllectlons medi  st the lowesl  rate
Thi
\ ROYAL BANK of CANADA
04K)4>b4*O*<^4r<^4Kj04y^^^^ oeoto*
M      R^sterbn
rook  Milling  Company.
\ Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
Imperial $7.00 ptr brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuaririe&Co
FRONT  STRiJ^T
FLOUR   \.\'n l'I'..
New  Westminster.
60_ YEARS'
(6)    A   bomestearler   Intending     to
perform   his   residence   duties   In   ae
'"'.'   cordance with the al.ove while living
lua'   '"   vith parents or on farming land own-
Mil-    d  by himself must  notify the agent
["heyI 0f ,|](. district of sueh Intention.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I'i""      Six months' notice ln writing must
and lining ours on all their tro      and   ae given to the Commissioner of Do-
give their patrons  an  excell. n       0f -ilnion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
service not obtainable el.ewhi '-o apply for patent.
II. S. ROWE, General   .gent. W. W, CORY,
134 Third St., cor. Alder. Portlan l  Or 'Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains in  the  service
rail'...ad   in   the   world  that   ei
equipment  that of  the  Chlcn
waukee & St. Paul Railway,
own   and  operate  their  own  .
TRArr I'/lARKS
Designs
Copvrights Ac.
Anrnnfi (.nn<tln( n Riietr-h and ilpscrlpllon m��y
Jiilcklr imc.irinlii pur ..pinion free wliellior an
inTentlnn la prnhnliljr putt-nlnhlo. Oommuiilen.
___ fiV;,ri0,.1-|,i',iln'1'"''1'*1* HANDBOOK onl-atenu
���____fl_*___*!1}._E,.ulh Mu,'�� *%��� ro<!e"��
spiral nottrr, without ofaaive, lu tho
Scientific Jlmericait.
A hand-omely Ulu��tPatwl w,.,.lUy.   L-r_Mt olr-
Brancb 0_lo��, &. bu. vrubiwtati. D,
Telephone'
.��m
A Little Good W
makes a 1 ' '    " '"
of pooi  i
al all.   li I
our coal, I
.    fartl
���:
���
leavi . ���    .
no H	
grades. ,,
pari,  of   the '
BROS-, Ltd
NOW
is the time '" ^*|
BLANKETS   n ,0[,
:
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Royal Cily H
Royal Avenus *
nd Bi����" m
N��SDAV, MARCH 3, 1909.
Time Tables
THE DAM NEWS.
PAGE THREE
lway
���.c
E. R. Westm
oster Branch.
,   _ Dav ScheOUl^.
Week Pay
r for New West-
si
at
.,.,-.:.. and 8:00
hour thereafter
mil evi
11:30 P-0--
N.u'  VV.
",.'.. |. G
feme
l<:' a
I a tn
tin
tmlnster for Van-
>0( C:50, 7:20 and
f half hour there-
ami
til 11:00 p.m.
hedule.
for -New'  \\ est-
nd
ave Van
9:00 a.m.,
thereafter   until
.
p.m.
tevi N
Ier ii'
'  il
ilnster fur Van-
and every half
I:no l>.i"
cQuarrie,
j i0:00 p.m. Last
CONSERVATION  OF
NATURAL   RESOURCES
Washington,  D.  (.'.,  March   1.���Tbe
convention   to  unite   and   co-ordinate
all efforts for the- coaservation of natural rosoiirr.es in the United States isj
scheduled  to begin on March 6, when;
iii..  join;   committee  on  eo-operation,
which was authorized by the govern-:
ors' conference to "Prepare a plan for
united action by all orgHUtaations concerned with the conservation of na-'
turn]   resources," will    hold   its first
session.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and 1 welfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferln
15���Sapperton
23���Quewn's  avenue and   Sixth.
24��� ���id avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  av����ue and Fourth.
?�������� Fifth ii venue and Eighth.
Si���Thiru avenue and Tenth.
S2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
:,fi--C. P. R.   Station.
42---Sm.ill <_ Bucklln Mills.
Long Water Bill
Takes Up Much Time
j
(Continued from Page One.J
Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
Bre il
tnern  Railway.
Nor
Seattle -l p.m.
Seattle 10 p.m
Seattle 7:15
N W. 3 p.m.
r.  N.W.  9:55
i. N.W. 6:20
��� Guichon.
\\ estmln ������ i
on 6 p.m. Fri-
,   10.10
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������� �������������������������������������������������������
HOW  TO   OPERATE   a moving picture  machine  at. home.
How to rent or buy a moving picture machine,
ilow to make big money at entertainments and amusements.
How to obtain positions which pay $35 per week.
How to become a finished operator.
We give instructions thai are simple and Interesting.
We have thi   n< ivesl method of teaching by mail.
We send you on receipt of J1.00 complete Instructions.
We teach operators how to pass all examinations
We repre eni the leading film "xchange.
raittances    to    Independent    Theatrical Exchange,    100-401-403
Building, Seattle   Wa *h���
R
: Warden School of Operators i
��� ���
������������������������������������������������������������������������*��� .?><>��<��������������������������������������������������������������������
use in mines m the province us need
arises. This bill had been introduced
at the afternoon session.
Inspection of Hospitals.
Hon. Dr. Young moved the second
reading of his bill to provide for the
inspection of hospitals, sanitaria and
other institutions of the kind. He
explained that tbe charge on the con
soildated funds of the province in connection wiiii charitable institutions
was .so ������real thai tbe government
should have some supervision over all
institutions of this nature. The object of the i.iii was to place all these
institutions on the same plane. The
hill passed .-.Kind reading.
Private Bill.
The report on Mr, Ellison's bill to
enable the Goldstream Estate com
pany, limited, and ihe White River Irrigation & Power company to amalgamate theii water rights was adopted,
as wer.. the reports on the Prince
Rupert and Port Simpson railway and
the Graham Island Railway bills.
When ihe adjourn. 1 committee on
the Goal Rivei Watei. Power & Light
company was announced, Mr. Schofleld promptly shouted "Pass," and ihe
lions.- applaud" I,
The Vancouver & Northern Ral >> i;
.ill   i Mr   Gordon i   v. as considered  in
lommlttee.     li was reported compl
.villi   minor an   ndnien
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And al) the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Hiagara Falls.
For Tim*1 Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VALX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
Mail Service
Following are ihe hours ef despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which Is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despatch,
ed and received daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and re-
eived Sunday are the C. P. It. south
and C. P. R. east malls, not including
the    .lay   mails,    Sapperton,
Mills, an 1 Coquitlam,
Mails Despatched.
Fras -r
:
hi    prevl iiighi)       incoui
G.  X.  It.    .*' Vi
day.
S:30 U.i
������ i ill way.
-
S.  Poin      . ,   ���   and soul b, a
n  X. .v Westmlnsti r and
intlon   B.C., via C. i'. Jt. south.
���   ;��� a i  Seal In
iii 1 oini     .   I
oin ... n N'i "   W ���    i i.n
id Bla   .'-. via G. X. R.
I   lOVi     : ll     atl.l   ili.-l'   I
Cen        '
a Prairie)    Hazi I
a n 1
tehed ilal v  > ���
Sund-.*. , <"ayton, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynebead
and Den Accord, Wednesday and Saturday. These mails are all receive:!
same days as despatched.
11:0*3 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria anj
Ontral Park, via B. C. Electric railway
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
berland and South Westminster ...
co    .er  (Tuesday and Friday).
: 30 p.m,���East Burnaby, by couu- .-
2: mi   p.m.���Burquitlam,   by   courier
. 00   p.m.���Ladner,    Port   Guichon,
: am   Island and Sunbury,    daily
\      :   Sunday;   Woodward,  Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday,    via.   "J.   C.
Bruce."     (Steveston  mail despatched
and   received   via  Vancouver.)
.' '" : m.- -Vancouver and Piper
Siding,  .     G. X. R. north.
1:00 Vancouver and Burnaby !aa<
via ii   -'    Electric railway.    Saturday
an extra mail is despatched  to   Vic-
torii    .la Vancouver at this hour
v. . a. Seattle, Including all II.
S pi ints ��� isl and south, via G. X. Tt.
"Flj
I . a.���C. P. R. east, Sapperton,
i "        al Coquitlam.
Mails   Received.
6: 15    m ���Ulalne .and   Seattle,   In-
elud  ig :.]   U, S. points, via G. X ;:.
-Ow:."
9:00 *.o 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry H
i.- r ' Tu.sday and Friday).
S:20 V incouver   and   (< _i ��� pl
Victoria, via B. C. Elec-
tric : illwa*..
m.���Burquitlam, by com;.
:. 'i ] m.--Ulalne  and   Seattle,
l". S. points; also ail po t
.   ���East Burnaby, by com ���
V v " iver and Victoi a,
: 00   i.m.���Ladner,  l' rt
via  I land  and (1 I
;       v ..   and Saturday)  W
v.. r Favourite. (Sti '
and received via   ��� ���
|
:    .       c.   P.   R.   ei
Sa ���   Mills an 1    Coqi  i-
,. ���    Centra] r   ::
rm.
- . -:.".,'..
'    S. poin*'. a_
��� ad Xew We
.   ith;  also Fri
tKm,J**?H!lktrr '--
By
Special   Train
TO THE THEATRE PATRONS OF NEW WESTMINSTER: After considerable difficulty I have succeeded in bringing to New Westminster
"A Stubborn Cinderella"
the biggest musical comedy success coming to Vancouver and Seattle this year. This
attraction has played one year in Chicago and New York, and comes here almost direct
with its original cast and production by the same management as "The Time, The
Place and The Girr company. This attraction carries seventy-five people and three
baggage cars, and I personally guarantee it the best play that has ever been here.
Prices: 50c to $1.50.   Very truly yours,
MANAGER NEW WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only���Wednesday, March 3
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THE   DAIL_.   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
mARch 5
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner ol Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. C.
E. A.  Paige Managing Director
assessment   would   help the  cause  of  GLACE BAY MAN
the  single   tax   advocate, for    money
must  he  found   If the ciiy  is to keep
abreast   in   the  strenuous     race     for
population and industries.
WILLED  MILLION
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UNION (Ay) LAB
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WEDNESDAY,  MARCH  3, 1909.
WILL COMPARE MERITS OF
TWO GREAT NOVELIST!)
ELECTIONS   IN   ALBERTA.
Since the recent Calgary drain conference has shown that the market
for Alberta wheal must be increasing
ly reached tlmiugh British Columbian
ports, with a closer union between
the two western provinces of the Dominion, more interest will be shown
on the coast in the provincial elections
which have been  fixed  for March 22.
in the tall of 1905, when the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta
were given full self government, the
Rutherford ministry appealed for a
mandate to cany on an honest and
efficient administration of the province, create its Institutions, and lay
the foundation of a linn solid progressive state. The electors gave thai
undertaking to the ministers by filling
twenty-three out of the twenty-five
seats in the assembly with men
pledged i<> carry out the ministerial
policy of expansion. The government
wiih this overwhelming majority had i
no fear of opposition which could express itself in an adverse vote of the |
assembly, .and   was   free   to work eut I
College  Ctudents   Undertake  to   Settle
Question of Superiority of Scott
or  George  Eliot.
Montreal, March 2.���J. W. Brown, a
former well known watchmaker of
this city, and now of Glace Bay, C.
II.. has just received word from a sister who resides in I^ondon, England,
informing him of the death of his
mother, and that under her will and
that of his uncle he is entitled to one-
rourih of their fortunes amounting to
$1,500,000,
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated  Water*?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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EXTENSIVE  DISPLAY  OR
The Columbian College Literary so-
clety will hold a de. ate on Friday,
.March 12, on the subject, "Resolved,
that George Elliott was a greater novelist ihan Sir Walter Scott." The^^^^
speakers, who are all students In the  ranch house
Mexican Strikers Fight.
Cordova, Mex., March 2.���Two thou-
sand  Mexican laborers .are on  strike |
on El-Potrero plantation, and a com-!
pany of rurales have been summoned
to control the situation.     The labor- |
ers struck for a reduction of working
hours  and made an attack upon  the
Several of them -wer.
Choice   H
a ins
18<
l NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FOR SPRim
AT THE
first year's Art clas, are: For the affirmative, Harold Belts, Miss Hazel
Kenny, and Wray Barraclough; for
the negative. Augustus Devereaux,
Arthur White and George White.
On Friday the I'.nh Inst., the co bvo
students will go in ist special car to
Vancouver, to support their representatives In a debate with the Men's
club, of the Wesley Methodist church.
The C. M. ('.speakers will be Charles
Watson, William .lone-- and Thomas
Key worth.
Arrangements are being made for an
athletic   meet    with    the Vancouver
High School here on Saturday of this
week.      The   contests   will     probably j
Rugby  football,   and   boys'   and  girls' |
basketball.      It is likely that a  return I
the schemes which had been promised. I meet wi"  be made tor llliS' and als��!
The government can have no fear in : one   tor the  meet  which   McaUl  uni' I
versity   of   Vancouver parcipitated  ini
wounded
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ana    H.ft.o Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL A  ODDr.  ProDr.-toin.
Our stock of Men's Negllgei   nnd   Stiff-Bosom    Shirts
every way, ((.nu.rising all the popular  shades  of G
Brown, Hghl and dark Blue, with   fancy  overcheel
have small spot or neat floral design.   Tbey a:
brie and  French  Zephyr cloth, the good  washln
are
:o��ipiete j,
rfPe'   Mam
'^> fine eat.
"GET THE   HABIT.'
Candies
Your  choice  from  the  window.
15c
Fraser River Service it
 I
Str. Ramona
$1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.50
Nobby Hats for Spring.
PER POUXD.
The  Fair
We
240 Columbia Street.
:...   foi   cash  and  sell  for same
last month.
Woman Kills Son and Self.
Regina, Sask., March 2.���Mrs. William Finlayson this morning murdered
her three-year-old son, Warren, and I
then committed suicide. The deed
was done in a moment of insanity
brought   on   bv  illness.
appealing to the electors. The policy
has been shaped on tbe promised platform, a policy ripe with performances.
They have given a clean administration of affairs, adapted to the conditions Of the province, thorough and
progressive. Alberta is pre-eminently
an agricultural province, and farming
questions have been well looked after
hy lion. W. T. Finlay. the government       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
provincial creameries  being the  best:
known   product     outside  of his   prov-   MARCONI TO   DELIVER
Ince.      The attorney-general,   Hon.  C. ADDRESS ON CABLES
W. Cross, has done excellent work, I Liverpool, March "J.���The Incorpo-
an.i the minister of finance and public rated chamber of commerce has ar-
works, Hon. W. 11. Cushing, who vis- ranged for addresses to be delivered
ited this city last fall, has been an on the subject of cable conimunlca-
energetic minister. [Hon within   the    empire by Marconi,
The redistribution of seats,  raising Sir Edward    Sassoon   and    Henniker
the number to ll, may help the weak  Heaton,
Conservative   opposition,   bul n<> one  * ~ ~ "
questions the return of the Rurther-
I'ord administration to power, particularly as ihey have a vigorous railway
policy to lay before the electors, and
the want of effective criticism on the
part of the opposition seriously cripples their power as an effective lighting  force.
SINGLE  TAX   SYSTEM.
NOTICE.
New Westminster  District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice, that Harriet Ford, of
Pitt Meadows. B, C, occupation married lady, intends to apply for permis-
] sion to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at .a post
I planted at the southeast corner of Lot
1020, thence west 20 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 18 chains
more or less to Agamemnon Channel.
thence northerly along the shore to
the point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less,
HARRIET FORD,
M. L, GORDON, Agent.
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND SAT
URDAY,
.'it ** a.m., calling ��t following points:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskln, Sllverdale, Mt.
Lehman, Matsqui, Mission, iliu/.i.
Dewdney, Xlcomen Island. Sumas ant
Chilliwack. Returning leaves Chillr
wack on Wednesday, Friday, an 1 Sunday at T a.m. Excellent passenger
accomodation. Lowest Freight, rates.
WESTERN STEAMBOAT CO., Lb!
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westmlnstel
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will be received bj the un-j
dersigned up to March 5th, tit 5 p.m.
for numbering all the houses In tbe
city, the n um be ring to be done on the
i block System. Tenderers to submit
samples of figures to be used, and to
state time for completion of the work.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
City Hall,  New    Westminster, Febi
18, 1909.
You will find her.- a large and w. n selected stock of n a spring h_-
all the latest styles and shapes in Soft and Hard Hats,  The"-
Ing shades of Green, Light Fawn  and  Grej   are  verj
have all the besl English and American  mak
most shrewd buyer.
popular. f8
to suit n,
$2.50 to $6.00
PIIII   I   IDC   THE WARDROBE
1   OlJLlJLllr U)      CLOTHIER
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Wednesday,
March 3.
The Pi
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rincess Amusement
(Direction of Mori H. Singer)
C
ompany
PRESENTS   THE   QUALITY   MUSICAL PLAY
A
with Homer B. Ma.-on and All-Star Casi
As produced at the  N'ew   Princess   Th   itn   Chli .
Buay Theatri    *        York
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Ai a time wlun the estimates are
being prepared of the current expenditure for the y.ar in the different
municipalities and to meet this expenditure the assessment is in course
of preparaton, discussion naturally
turn to the means of raising the
funds. The Blngle tax Idea is gaining
more and more adherents each year,
and while in theory there can be little
opposition to its adoption as the best
means, expedleno compels an assessment of Improvements as well as land
In   order   io   keep  the     rate     within
bound,
The land would have no value save
for Improvements,    yet   the   system
makes for the taxation of the Industry
������hlch   is   making  the  city.    It   gives
special encouragement for speculation
.18 more profitable to the man who is1
m a position to hold pending development   The system bears a clsoe anal-,
ogy  to  the ground  rent   plan of older
communities   In  thai   the   poor    man
works for the rich, and In Improving
the ne'uhhorhood, appreciates the value of  his  neighbor's   property, even j
though the o.wnei adjacent does nothing.
The taxation of Improvements at
half their value In 'bis cltj bears I
hardship on the smaller owner, but
under the present system the revenue
..f the -.���ity could hardly be raised with
out 11, unless
greatly raised,
militate against real estate sales. We
bop-   that   before  the   year    is out  a
thorough Investigation will be made
with n vi.-w to make arrangements
when another assessment is made to
find out how feasible the proposition
is in reality. This plan will ne adopted in Vancouver.
The leading men In the dlstrct take
the Mew that the B ���- sment coutfl well
be raised In several parts of the city
iMoauie the values at which the properties are assessed are far below what
ihey would fetch in the market, and
in selling to purchasers from the oast,
where high assessment is the rule,
surprise Is always expressed al the
lowneSs of the rat<s.
still with ih. heavj calls on the
civic exchequer we doubl  If a  high
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"Maximum
Shoe
PER   PAIPa.
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mum Make
OMEN'S  PATENT
MEN'S  PATENT
LEATHER   BLUCHERS,   "Maxi-
$4.50
���          LEATHER  BLUCHERS,   with
jsS Dull Kid Uppers and Patent Leathei* Facing, per j��j
gjpair	
J MEN'S   OX-BLOOD    BLUCHERS,   the
looking Shoe that ever came to town, pair...
S r tTtmZ _Q MEN'S OX-BLOOD OXFORDS, the most up-to-date W
which would doubtless   SJKs - ' I      *-/V/   vac*i>i_-   ����
^ Shoe on the market, per pair $4.50 ��
"������������������-������������������ Jl
$5.00
swellest
$4.50
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THE      -MAXIMUM-
FELLOWS   SHOE.
IS    A     YOfe/NG
FOR   SALE   BY
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
100 peopli
show girls.
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Prices���50c, Toe, $i in i f
the coasl this year
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I        WATCH REPAIRS.
��� Have you a watch that is giving you trouble? If
��� so bring- the watch to us and we will put iL in pood
I order, and make it NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP
ACCURATE TIME.
The Jeweler
\ W. C. CHAMBER LIN
��� COLUMBIA  STRifcT,    NEW WESTMINSTER
X Sole agent for the Longines and Hamilton Watch  Movemea-.
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Young People,    Attention!
You   can receive   instruction in night classes at
Columbian College
NDtNCl
In   ARITHMETIC
SHORTHAND,  TYPEWRITING,
SHIP.
���Ml  or any  part o! lhe
from 7 to 9.
BOOKKEEPING, SPELLING, CORRESPOf.
LAW.    PENM'1
COMMERCIAL,
above Tuesday .and  Tbui d i:
,.Vft��
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ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH
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CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY & ANDERSON
Colul11|������,
TENDERS.
Tenders wanted for I rick lavatory at
Central school, this city. Plans und
speollicatlons in the office if W. D.
Ooodiellow, architect, Dominion Trust
building. Lowe-t tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders must bo
received by th0 Undersigned not inter
than 12. noon, of March .*.'��   it-v
R. LENNIE.
NOTICE.
lb*
rpmlnded
Consumers  are      '"
count will only be a k>*��    ,1
that aro paid :lt ll1'
131 Columbia stre
NEW WESTMI
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MAKE YOUR APPEAL W
through the column, oi
NEWS.   The Morning WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE      1
IMevV tailored
Waists m stripe
|es. Gibson
Smart
perca
pleat,
styles. $������ ,0
$3.25.
T. H. Smith
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAlNlf*GO TO THE
Big    Furniture   Store
The   CWldrea'.   Red  Cross    society Joseph Ma,-,in. K. C, from legal pnac
will  meet this afternoon at the resi-  tic.-in this province,
dence of Mrs. Walker,    Sixth street,   to I,
at
::ii)
J..111.
Tailored Suits
await your inspection here. Another big shipment to hand of
Spring Suits and Covert Coats to
add to the already large showing.
The watchword concerning these f
suits might well be termed "Value [
first and profit second."
I; would d" an Injustice to our stock of ready-to-woars I i attempt
��� , lescribe them i�� th-s small space. The styles and workmanship
being so distinct and varied. Every little detail tha- goes to give
the necessary graceful lines and curves j. t.. > found on our gar-
ments. Without asking you in >re in price we offer you the advantage of as tin-' :i range of authoritatively correct styles as you can
/where.      Prices $15.00 to $40.00
at
tit
^^^^^^^^^ The gentlemen
connected wilu the firm are P.
I    Wade, K. C, of Vancouver, and W.
,;. McQuarrie and A. Whealler of this
They will have offices both  in
Guarantee    with    every    purchase
Pales'   largest   furniture   store  in ^^^^^^^^^^
and district. *,l Vancouver and  Westminster.    Martin
j&nd   McQuarrie   have   long   been  city
���I. -V L, Waddell, the eminent bridge-1solicitors.
engineer has  returned to  the Pacilic
Rose k. Camillla    oranges   are tbe
finest grown in California. **
coast to  look ovr   the   bridges   he i
building in the district
Nothing SPECIAL but. VALUE 1, ours.    Prlc,s   "oweet.       Largest   stock ia
tne city to choose from.    House furnishings of all kinds and a good firm
o say they are the best.     Look in; lt will pay you.     See prices on Lino-
I 1. um-   and   Carpets  toda.v
W_ E.  FALES
furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT  CALL  81.
For first-class cut flowers and    any j     J'  E"  Rerr>'-  who  for  some  months
kind    of   Floral      work,     telephone |,      been wlel<*ing a razor at the Hub
Davies' Greenhouse, D208. |^
chair to enga
tn. I any
$15 to $40
I Broad Showing of
Handsome Dress Goods
'ia apartment is well-nigh replete with new spring and summer
goods. Great care has been taken in choosing fabric^ and a.- a result
u.- ���:>'.���.��� for inspection a showing unequaled on the co.v*.
Cinderella Cloth
-���reave ol French imported fabric,  soft, cling;,    mat-rial,    for
s in wool and  silk mixture.     Colors taupe, navy. Copenhagen,
tat...c   .nd robin egg.      Price, per  yard        $1.25
Four Chinamen wer caught gaming
yesterday, and baling lodged a cer
lain sum ef money as bail, were given
��� heir liberty till morning.
Hose & Camillla naval oranges are
sold   ' y all  first-class  grocers.
A small lin- in a chimney at the
store of Hardman it Co., Front street,
was extinguished yesterday by the
men from No. 1 hall.
All   in-we v.. :..   p.   ihe  city call   al
Fales and .-..��� their fin.  slock of furniture  and    note    the    bona    fide low
irl a b. ***
Th.- V.. \V. .. Y. railway is taking
- v to lay down heavier steel on the
track between this city and Vancou-
ver. li is sta'ed 'JO-pound steel will
i.. .aid on that section, and the plates
are already in position.
A good appearance ls an invaluable
asset, inn a luxury, but a necessity.
Ring up 1S_7*< and let us renovate your
clothes.     Royal City Dye Works
tonsorial   parlors,   has   abandoned  his
je in the real estate bus-
Iness in Vancouver.
Ten thousand leaflets dealing witn
the treatment of the school children
of the province by the McBride gov-
ernment were scattered around the
city yesterday afternoon and evening
by .1. X. Muir, an ex-school teacher,
who has made himself widely known
by his campaign against the Irregularities of the educational department.
At a joint meeting of the senior and
junior Liberal associations, held yes-
i< iday evening, A. E. Kellington and
A. Hardman, of the seniors, and Sid
Malcolmson and D. Walker, of the
Young Liberals, were appointed a
committee to make arrangements for
the furnishing of the Liberal club
rooms.
Fales tine building on Agnes street
is the best adapted furniture house in
British Columbia.
fEasy Terms I
Modern 9-room bouse ..n Th:r'.i ave-
���nue. corner lot, in good repair; on city
car line. Price $2500. Terms |100
cash, balance on monthly payments*,
interest  S  per cent.      MOVE  QUICK.
I Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY    TO    LOAIN
040+O��y4O4K>.a3+04rO404rO+O4rCCr4O<K>^^
a?
$1.25
ELEGANT  SHOWING  OF
Chevron Stripes
in Two-Tone Effects
"       ; a-vro..... ���   great'y worn    i-    th      i   nsensus      :' unbiased
on     Sei our magnificent display of this ultra fas!....'.'.able mate-
rll I      Prices	
40c to $1.25
T. H. Smith
^adquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
��ES___i ('_;;i��'��_Bffi ���_______________________________________________-____-_____���
The C. P. R. will not.   according to
statements made    by prominent officials on tbe coast, resume the double
Capt. .1. C. Bruce has lost liis little J dally  transcontinental  service  to  the
son  George  Beckttt   Bruce,  who died  Pacific coast till the first week ln May,
dioid fever yesterdaj  at the age   when  the  tourist  travel    greatly  in-
of three yeai    and three months. The | creases.       Probably    in    about    two
interment takes place this afternoon
to the Oddfellows' cemetery, Rev, W.
II. Barraclough officiating.
Ask your grocer for Rose & Camillla brand of naval oranges. **
Arrangements are in progress for
ihe provincial (-invention of the
Christian Endeavor Union in Westmin
sti r on .lune 1, 2 and 3. The managers
of St. Andrew's church will be asked
to allow tin- use of that  building for   : een  i_
Probably
weeks  the  double  service will be re
sumed to Winnipeg or Calgary.
Mr**. Smith, a Spokane woman,
writes to Chief Mcintosh asking him
to search for her son, Orville Smith.
a young man who is supposed to be
in this district. Young Smith is not
known here. The uncommon tact in
this frequent kind of application is
thai Mrs. Smith writes she had a presentiment   in   a   dream   that  he  had
troubl.
and    looked "auful
For Post Card Collectors
I
OPENED���2000 large range, beautlfull)   colored   views  of
>mpies, Towers, Amphitheatres,  Cities,   Classic  Rome.  Venice,
M
'-. .Naples, Napoli, Pompeii, Sorrento, Taormina, Capri, Dres-
J. MacKay & Co.
News Dealers
��� onvention.
Information is wanted by Sylvester
i' ..as, director of Oak park '-railed
��� ols, Stillwater. Minnesota, of the
��� hereabouts of his daughter. Mary
Gillespie, and her children, .Maud,
who married Frank Dickenson, a barber, and son. George Gillespie He
has ii"; heard of 'hem for the past
eight  years.
When ordering Oranges Bee that the
Rose A: Camillla wrappers are on
them. **
The charge against Nick Sa villa,
committed for trial for wounding another Italian named Phillippo Bene-
ditti, was withdrawn yesterday, counsel for the crown, W Myers Gray stating the crown could not succeed. W.
Norman Bole, K.C., appeared for the
prisoner, and his honor Judge Howay
granted the discharge
bad."
fm.
.. Order Your ..
Bran,        Shorts,       Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop   j
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO.
Phone 335.
LTD.
186 Columbia  Street,       p,   o.   Drawer  100.
Fales tor furniture
and  save dol-
**
A  new  law   tlriu  will  shortly come
Into existence, with the withdrawal of
NOTICE.
For table decorations and wedding
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist, 184. *��
Col. Tracy has presented a report
on tin- cost of making a survey of the
North Arm of the Fraser river, including soundings, borings, and measurements, to a committee of ratepayers
in the Eburne district, with a view to
have the channel deepened between
Eburne and this city. With the operation of the B. C. E. R. track this
waterfrontage will have a double
value.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
Phone 97
whe�� >��� as* GROCERIES
Bi SI   Hams, per lb. 18c    i    Three ;._ckages Force for  10c
Ideal Soda Biscuits, per tin  25c Milk (nine Ribbon brand), can ..10c
Huntley &, Palmer Biscuits, 2 pk 25c Milk (Canadian brand), two f )r 25c
Big Navel Oranges, per doz 25c Com and Peas, can  10c
No. 1 Highland Potatoes, sack $1.25 Tomatoes,  two per     25c
Teas and coffees are a specialty with us;  try a package of Rakawana*
Cylon tea at 35c or three pounds for $1.00.    Best Mocha and    Java fresh
ground coffee, 40c per lb.; or we can give you the best value in the city for
25c per lb.
ADAMS & DEANS-
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
MAKE MIR DOLLARS
booksellers Stationers
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j Electric Railway Service
^terurban  Lin
lar!   ">���   Vanc
stai
)lOl|
OUver   and    way
"";   "IU   run  every   half
'  from  5:50  a. m.   Last
' lVl    �� li p, ,,,.
i.
. leaves Vancouver at
'" p.m.
' the   depot   every
ntJ   mlnutoi
���" .i
for  both  Sap
dty limits over the
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. o
Sapperton Line: Cars have
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:80
a.  in.
Sunday service half-hourly between S: 80 a. in. and 11. p. m-
!*_ 1
*Hhh!>SH Co,urnbl51 Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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
j undersigned, E, Mercer, of the City of
New Westminster, B. C, Contractor,
having applied to His Excellency the
Qovernor-ln-CouncIl for the approval
of a certain site for the construction
of a wharf and marine slip situate on
tha north shore of Lulu Island on the
North Arm of the Fraser River have
deposited with the Honorable the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
plans ot said wharf and slip way
which 1 propose lo construct ou land
covered with water, lying north of and
adjoining sub lot 12 of lot "A" of lot
757, group one, New Westminster District, together with a description of
the proposed site described by metes
and bounds; and have also deposited
a duplicate of each in the office of
the Registrar or Deeds for the said
District of New Westminster, ln which
District the work is proposed to be
constructed; In accordance with the
requirements or Section 7 of the
"Navigable   Waters   Protcctlnn   Act',
Cop iia, r, s. c, mofi.
Dated at  New  Westminster,   B. C
this 30th day ot Januarv. A. D. 1909.
K. MERCER.
Evoryone knows now hard it is to do it sometimes, but by buying
what you  require at  the  lowest possible rates you can do it.
I will help you in a material way if you place your fire and other
insurance with me as I can give you the lowest rates in the city.
Whether it is your stock, your buildings, your home, your furniture or
your life that you wish to insure, I will guarantee to place it for you at a
lower premium than others charge.
I write all kinds of insurance in and place it in Canadian companies
only, so that the cost is not only less but your money is helping to build
up home institutions instead of going to swell the wealth o' foreign corporations.
All I ask is that you give me the chance to quote you a rate and I am
satisfied   you  will   be  convinced.
Alfred W. McLeod
INSURANCE    BROKER
'Mb. ""ONG   BLOCK,
NEW  WE-TMIN8TEH,  B. C.
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, ^
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. RIFLE natality due
w-uK-t-x*"    ��� ~  ��� ����� to ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE
_.mi���� Colum_-a Coast  -in*
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Operative January   13.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves \an-
couver 10 j"��. m., going direct to Seattle dally  except Monday.
S S. Princess Royal leaves Vaucou-
v ; at 9 a. m. for Victoria daily, except Wednesday.
S. S. Princes.- Charlotte leaves Vancouver at 1 p, 111. daily for Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VIUTOHIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tees
Loaves Victoria 11  p.m.    1st,   10th
and 20th of each mouth for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino. Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK--NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouvei- t:30  p.m. daily,
except   Sunday.     Leaves   Nana.mo  at
7 a. m.
SKAGWAY  ROUTE.
Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
12th and 26th,
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Ecstrice   leaves  Vancouver Jan.5.
19th;  Feb. 2nd.
S.S.   Princess   May   leaves   Vancouver
De,. 29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th.
UP   RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday
Wednesda*,  and Friday al 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
tod Satin lay at 7 a m.
The friends or the late Herbert Uut-
tertield, who was found shot ,at his
ranch on the upper Squamish river
last Wednesday, have returned to
Westminster with the body. No inquest wa�� necessary, the Investigators
being satisfied the cause of death was
: a pure accident.
Th.- interment will take place today at 2:30 p.m., from Murchie's par-
j lors to the Oddfellows' cemetery, R.-v.
I.i. s. Henderson officiating.
j       Money
-nved is money earned. This is an
old  and  time saying.    You  can  save
, money by coming here when you need
Furniture of any kind, We have a
great variety of New and Second hand
i goods of every description, No matter what you need, aibout ihe house
or barn, come and s.-e If you can gel
it here.    Your mon-y will not be
| Lost
j If you buy from us. tor we can certainly fit you out with almost anything cheaper than any other place
we  know ��f.
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
I
When you wain any kind of repairing don.-, such as guns, umbrellas,
typewriters or any light automatic machinery, go to
Alex. Speck
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
ibla Si
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 I
NEW WELLINGTON
'COAL
Per   reservations   ana   tniormatlon
"a I'i or add ress
P'.n   QOTJLET,
Agent, New Westminster,
C. B, FOS1 ER,
A tot. o��-n   Pass. Agent. Vancouver
..;. w. TROl iJ.
ctVr.p,-,;   Siin��*ir'rtpndent.   >-letnrl��
*    .i.ernal Societies
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PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Mayers & P-eston
Office,  Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P.  O. Box 345. Phone 105.
nw 1
Tenders for Shops  East of Winnipeg.
Sealed tenders addressed to tbe un-
dersigued and marked on the envelope
������Teud.-r for Shops,'' will be received
at the office Of 'ihe Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway at Ottawa until 12 o'clock noon, of the 10th
day of March, 1909, Tor the construction and erection complete, in accordance with the plans and specifications
of the Commissioners of shops east
pf Winnipeg.
Plan-, details and specifications
may be seen at the office of Mr, Hugh
O. Lumsden, thief engineer, Ottawa,
Ont., and Mr. S. R, Poulin, district
engineer, Winnipeg, Man.
Persons tendering are notified iliat
tenders will not be considered unless
made on lhe printed forms supplied by
the Commissioners, which may be
hud on application to Mr. Hugh D.
Lumsden, chief engineer, Ottawa, Ont,
Each tender must be signed und
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on u chartered
Dank of the Dominion of ('ana.In payable to the order of the Commissioners
of il... Transcontinental Railway tor
the -mn of on.- hundred thousand dollars ($100,1 1.
Th.. cheque deposited by the   pari
whose tender Is accepted v\ ill  be di
posited  to  ih" credit   of the R. v ive
General of Canada as security for tii
due and faithful performance of   the
contract     according    to    Its     terms.
1 le qui - deposited  by    parties
lenders are rejected  will be returned
within ten day ���  n ror ths    ; ining of
the contract,
The right  is reserved
tenders.
B
P. !���:.
��� CANADIAN  rwf
w    PACIFIC   W
T_F ^^
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will leave daily at 9.13 am;
train for ail points East at 3.20 p.m ;
train  .'or Agasslz at 5.42  p.m.
Tick���L- soiil to and from all points.
Reservation- made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars ana reservu-
i;ons apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
���or to C.  E. FOSTER,
Ass:.   Genl,  Puss.   \gt.    Vancouver.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Class Moving  Pictures,   Illustrated Songs,   Program changed Mon-. I
day, Wednesday and Friday-
Synopsis of Canadian
Kegulaliuns.
P. O. B
Telephone 54.
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
Any available Do,i,iIlioils ,H|)
to the railway be,,. *n ^iZ?
bla, may be homestead. 1 by an
ox 665  who is the sole head of a h���***
or as<-. to'ft!
: Graniteware :
��� arrived Full and complete stock Granil v In all the very
-. ��� ��� designs, and ai the lowesl possible prices Call In tnd In
.- ���  ���   nir stock;  no trouble    '    1   ���'  same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
(ul Owing
��� ..-...
any male over 18 years
extent of one-quarter 8..tlo_ .,
acres, more or less. "
Entry must he mad. persoaaU, .,
the local land office for the district l_
which the land is situate. Entry 1,
proxy may, however, be made on cer'
tain conditions by the father ffi(lUl,',r
son, daughter, brother or Bl8t-r ^
intending homesteader.
The homesteader .s required to ��<-,-
form the conditions connected th��t��
with under one uf the
plans;
11)     At  least  Btx  .;���,; ro    .,     ,   (
upon and cultivation ol ���
each   year  for lb;
(2)    If tbe father 1,,,  ,
faiher ls deceased),   of  the   homi
steader resides upon  a  farm i_   ^
vicinity of the land entered for, m-
requirements as to n ^
satisfied by such pei
the father or mother.
(a1)    If the settler has hla ,.,....,.
ent. residence upon fara v
ed by him in the vie al y of hi
stead, the requlremi al      ,    ���   ,,,.
deuce may be sal Isfled
1U    1    j
���-   upon Uie Bald land,
X     Six months' notice In .
RY W
Seci .'to
The C�� '   in 1 ���
In ��� tal 1: illway.
Dal        t Otl .wa. 30tb .Tamil
N. wspapers i 1    this ml-
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HARDMAN &
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��� rrus__,Block,;Front St., New Westminster ��� a royalty ai
% A.   HARDMAN. j.   McCLUGAN. *   '"n   8l
A_ A. _._. A_.-.V.^.A.A ____.�� AA.O.A .*. _ ._   .!_.	
MAKE  YOUR   APPEAL to the  ;.
t ' outjh the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning  Paper.
���������������������^���^o^^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^^^^^^,^^^^*
X  be given to the Com   .
4  inion Lands at 11
��� apply for patent.
X     COAL.���Coal mlnin
��� J leased for a peri
��� at an  annual rents
4   Not    mure    than 2560 1
X  leased  to one i.i
tl e ral ���
���
W.
I. O. 0. F.���AMITY LODtjE, NO   ��' .���
; meetings ol
a.--
FOSE :~   COLUMBIA LODGE No
OF ENGLAND. B S ���
I.'..--   1
kch  1.". .mi"
In  ��� Hall, r-niunibla S
���  ���   ���     "     te Rose Degn
'.'..    . ���.   - ith,
OTHER     F --.TERNAL     -OCIETIES.
L'nion tddgi . Mo. 9, A.
���
7. A. I       nd  A.  M.:   1.   O. L.,
.   O. I... No,  1593; C
rton. No. 1683   I. O. K    CO
r .   Co irt Wl stmin   er,    No,   330;
;   ' - I   Of  OW.     a--'    N-'    "'.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���+-Mee*ir.'-'s the first and third Tuesday ln each month. Visiting
b-erhren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fcll'jws'   block,  Clarkson   street
,'.
DVERTISE   IN   THF   NEWS
.-. 1 st    L' -i;
f the E     k Fc
1 ber,
THE HOME
P    .
The      D
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lee  11
',
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and  fi
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Ul  ol
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Beef
Approprl ned
Dividend No. ;:. j 1 aid   nd. July,  190S ,   ���-. 339 35
Dividend No   1,2 1-2    -��� .   myabl   2nd. Jan,   1909   ..    54.959  10
|132,5
$215,427 .3
$ 86,29- 11
 $129,128 88
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in tbe
mnD'.'i at "-8 o'clock. In the small
bait, Oddfellows' block.
inc.   cai   ed forward    I credli ol Profit   an 1   Loss
Vceounl  	
GENERAL  STATEMENT.
31st  December,  1908.
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock (paid up'    $2,201,568 9i
Kl '���*'    $ 50,000 00
I'loiit and Loss Account   129,128 88
FRATERNAL   ORUER   OF   EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday i
eveLit.g   It  ���-   p.  m., in   the  Eagles'
hi'),    Columbia    street.    A.   Clark,'
W.  Ties ;   h   Schofleld, Secretary.   ]
	
THE ROYAL TEMPLAKS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at - o'clock p. m., In Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
���ON8 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A8
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 181.���MeetH on the First and
Third  Tuesday  of every  month in |
K. of >'. ball.   Chief w. Sutherland.
1. O. O. F,���Royal Cily Looge, No. 3
���Meats In Oddfellows' Hull, Col !
umbla Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting br__hr��u will
be made welcome. G. K. Gilley,
N. <",.; C. E. Osborne, P. G-, record-
ing secretary. i
1
BOARD OF TRADE.���New  Westmin |
ster Boaid of Trade    meets ln the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third    Thursday   of   each    month, I
Quarterly   meetings   on   the   third.
Thursday    of    February,    May, I
August and   November,  at  8  p. ro.
Annual    meetings    on    the    third;
Thursday    of    February.    New
members    may    be   proposed    and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting,   a. e. white. Seo���
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's H<"��ne  Paoer.
$179,128 ss
Unclaimed Dividends         ^03 10
Half-yearly dividend  payable 2nd. January,   1909   ... 54,059 40
 $   234,291 38
}2,435,860 33
.\oie,- of the Bank in Circulation $1,688 son 00
Deposits  not  bearing Interest    -,r>f>0.7Gl 59
Deposits bearing lnteresi  .. 6,513,256 32
Balances due to other Hanks in Canada         2,229 77
Balances due to other Banks and Agents   else-
wln ia. than Canada and United   Kingdom   .        i.7i_ 19
 $10,712.7".:* S7
$18,148,620 20
ASSETS,
Cold and Silver Coin Current    $   179742 10
Oovernmeni Demand  Notes  1,233307 75
Di po it wiiii Dominion Oovernmeni required by
Aci of Parliament for security ofgenera]
Hunk noie Circulation     76 000 00
Dn.. by Agents and other Bunks in Canada   ..   .. 399,603 70
Due by Agents and other Hanks In Great   Britain .'11,004 Sl
Due by Agents and other Hunks elae'flfeere   than
in Canada and the United Kingdom ..        tt 219 974 47
Dominion ami Provincial Government Securities . 165,000 00
Canadian Municipal & Foreign Public Securities . 234,198 73
Railway ami other Bonds Debenture* and Stocks. 848 594 14
Noi.s of and Cheques on other Hanks  948,443 10
1,413,049 91
Prime Mutton  and Veal
Pork   of Excellent Flavor
Direct trom the Plant and Abattoir ol
J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO., Edmonton, Alberta. Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
 ��� 2,917,8IS 95
Call .and Slion Dale l��ans In Canada  140,713 97
Current  Loans and Discounts and othei ,,   etK  8,264.305 I!!!
Hnnla Premises and Office Furniture Winnipeg .and Branches ���- 353,678 08
Real Estate other than  Hank  Premises     1.'., 130 00
Overdue Del,,. ...eared and unsecured |.   Umated loss provld-
 -.  43,623 95
ed  for
Tbe   Noi lie i'n  I'l'owil   Hank
Winnipeg, Blsi becemhef. 1908.
$18,148,680 20
R. CAMPBELL.
General Manager.
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. ���.��.,-,�� 5-:^' MARCH I, 1 tOt.
r_u_ I'Aili' nj vvs
?-\t_E SKXTBN
5000
New
Post Cards
Morey's
Physical Culture in Classes;
Health in the Schoolroom
Th
,ia, "    '������- 1 ��� ������-   **      ...
/.n-eeung of rhe board of trustee* | _��� ^   ,
UMcbersoa Mo......
tMagt  be
���' .' moan tn .
ln c ��� i,  .. ,,.,u->,
boy. ......a>,s cneoiirap
.    ."   v    i-.-sii r.-.s. c  will
-.      -    .hn mildest
..    ,    ..-,. sav ,-   6h��r-
'.-. teach  .'
 at.   ;:.r   ah llty to
MfTHllHIST L HI Rl H
PtiOIW._ll U JlRitl":
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w.  -   -hi.-h male-i
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S   "...���   very
. . ..ry fentimental
S3 ���;    THEM    AT
MOREY'S
BIO BOUK STORE
--MB1A   STREET.
and    _e.l_-O-_.t-Ol
���   . .
nOQKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
NOW  ON  SALE  ..T
.,.   MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE
j   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG
,THE  FAIR."  Columbia   Street.
phrsiJ       - '      *-������...:-..    have   them   s;������ flnd   ;ake   ,lff|l
es-,    ______  _________________
' ���-������   lay. :.v....       .  . ..-.,.- eflk _*_._��.  the>
nd  in common
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'    ���������'-������   ��� -   ..."  shoulder.     ���
-      ���     r,  and do   al. :nip.
that limited time and space wUl allow,    a, .    rhlch    *    .......
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���,,,,,         -              ~         -���.child sh     . ���..,,. a ^sK entirel. f.                            Import-*-*  a
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 B<   U��e Mtlon  own   , . .   ^   ,,,, ,      ....
ll is while children ....   very unfa, . , ** posture.    Te                  ��� : the school
wemust give them the have this efl es    else.;
foundations  on  which   the  whole    of.-,���si   be ol ature      .
��� rongi]   ��� 1 -
th aughtoul
...... rat< .1
is no  n.ed  thai children  who
��� ���.i   v., come     a
Ias" |S ���   ..:��� s, for the
..ration
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-.: .-.    '..    d be 1
all thi     .    ��� Steal   needs
..... \.' . afiev
. :' v.:-.  a  regta*. on  ���'
- and moral development  is
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ i.nd
ultimate   pnrpo-e  of  the
������. as well as ever-) othi
West     Burns!*,     v >> .-���>   Taking   For.
.-. ���.-   Steo    -Church r  . ���' .:.���.���
..-  :-e   .*���,-.��� . ���
'���.....' ,    ���
. .   factor In
in   ���:
I. a 1
Westminster
Transfer Co.
-   , 18o.      Barn  Thnne 137
Columbia  Street-
ige    lellverea   promptly    to
anj   ,'art of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Notice.
that D. .1   McQuarrie. of
Sew Westminster,    11. C, occupation,
.    . .   manager,  in'ends  to
: ;.- rmlsslon to purchase thi
���  . lesi ribi'd land-  In the dis
trict of New SVi stmnlster:
ioiit-   at a i'ost planted   ai
uthwi  1     coi ner  of    lot    1390
��� to northwi  1 11 rner of lot
.  ���  south lo southwest con 1
thence southi rly, we. 1
. Ij  ���.. point   of . omn*. nci
a ..    -.:,���   100  a.    -   more   u
IOHN   McQU .RRIE,
P. r JOHN F  BAGOS,
Agenl
19th,  1908
1    Inti Ui 1 in.,:, and   hai
mora] life is to be reared mid if thej   ed,    thi
to develop thi Ir b       -    xercisa
.  In health,    wi   have  position
I on ol est 1        (unities of      sin
��� filing humanity, est ex
II   i>   true  that  In   our  cla ,.;iVn
wo almost   co hus as   thi
wast,.:   owing  to   th.   :. avy   require-  are mos v        . in   ���     In
ments laid down foi us   0 accomplish   ..,-.,, ch con tion   In  11
DIVAN,   F.   in our course ol  Btudy, and  also ...... ha been .       ;   .
STORE   and  large number o\ pupils In attendance,   lar singing  an it devel pineni .
��� "'������'������'���'������  ;!la: ���     'ting, sa*. 15   tablished       ���    thai   mu.t   revafl
������   '"���'��� '��� -     daj  to free gymnastics, we   ib,   Sinj  ...     Master    a-    a   rival  I
'uld   find  our   pupil ���  and   s.mdow  himself,    Singing also stren
' " atten Ive.    It  1- noi   v.       ,  or ithens the throat  and makes one les*
thai   we  find  foremost   in games   susceptibli  to colds.    Vn uprighi po
al   th.   recreation hour   that  r*equires  n0n Is always noticeable In a Btngei
��� 1] attention, but the pale listless   thla alone.should   prove  the  benefits!
and  backward child, you find such in
all   schools,   ihey   would  rather  stand
by and  look  on  at  their more boisterous   playfellows,
I..- us consider tor a moment what
"going  to s
��� lie   ;.hysiea:     ^	
��� 11 icatii ii From the age >.f .". he
spends on an average from a t. 6
bou - a da> three-quarters of the year
aivwh.-iv from 8 to 10 or even 20
[rears of his life, In work which Is
chiefli mental, Indoors .md in a sitting position ut a desk, not to mention
the hours devoted to hen..' study. And
this during the period of growth and       	
development, when the in>dy is most  schools, special   mention
plastic and  susceptible to  Influences the gymnasium,
of  all   kind-,  when   the   fundamental
law of bis being is bodily action.
During this period habits of carriage
movement, health, conduct and thought
are formed. It is readily seen that
said conditions t<'tid to lower organic
v.. . -dally   so   in   the     delicate
child
l>ftv   . a.    :���,> :-,\-..    ' | .-, ;���.
- the hai 1 . .  -..v. v-
OPE.* A   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
;o be dei'h. | from singing.
Play grounds are neci .sar*.  for the
healthy   devlopmeni   of our  children,
(ian,,.- are of course mosi valuable for
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jtliose who plaj   th.ni. bin  there Im 110
bool"  usually   means  on   muscular activltj   in  watching others
skie of a boy's or girl's  p-ay them; moreover fen names bring
Into a.'Hon the wlmlo of the mu cuiai
sj .tern with the ame con ness as
d.'.s properlj devised system ol physi
cai  culture.
Every school to be thoroughlj equip
ped  for the ph>*sioaI development of
mankind   should   have   an   up to   1
gymnasium,    We notice In advertise
ments und announcements of the ''���
made  of
Stu . I	
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To the average parent, ll
opportunity for his child to
direct, d exercl ie calculated I
his   physical  short-coming
I.V     '   '
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i. remedy
and     to
make him Btrong and hi
Some reasons why wi
3-y in nasi u in:
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althy.
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LAND ACT.
Nev, Westminster Land District.
District   &i   Sayward.
that  l. C   W.  Pn ston,
";  ��� occupation   farmer,   In-
'end ply fo   permission to    pu
'" ���  '     following described laud-:
' : ieni Ing al ., po I planted on
fb>- north shore of south Twin Island
���henop following the shore easterlj.
8011 westerly,     northerly    ani
easterly back to point of    commence
in th.. whole Island con
lalnlng 200 acres more or less.
''  W. PRESTON.
2nd, 1900
i.-i us now consider whal the public s.i greai  thai practically  no boy has
school could lo to aid matters.   In the time tor all the play .and bodllj   ac
firs;   place we must study the proper (.tvity he needs.
ventilation of our various class-rooms,      (_i. ir ������. _, ief| to his own devices
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Advertising,; and Clrcularton
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iaii.v News, New Westminster L0c per week,
e Standard of Empire, London and Toronto, weekly
Subscriptions and Advertlsemants solicited lor Hit. above publications
CHARLES  C. sands, Agent
O. Box 29 Now Westminster
I lor:'. moM,
$2 per year
Plione A22
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VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,   1908
WAI NING  TO  PURCHASERS.
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right of n  ' ol
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tickets    at    this
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ED. OOULBT,
Agent.
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Once More
we wish to bring before the ���
public of New Westminster ���
these unsurpassed bargains, t
Just glance over the follow- ���
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Spray)
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A   SOLUTION   OF   LIME   AND   J
SULPHUR.
ing- prices and' see how much
you might  save by CASH #
BUYING. ���
..$6.26���
ENDORSED     BY     THE     PRO-
Raymond Flour, per barrel
Raymond  Flour, per sack
100 lbs. B. C. Granulated Sugar, $5.7
..$1.65  X
4
4
4
20 lb. sack Granulated  Sugar  ..$11"
VINCIAL       INSPECTOR
FRUIT   PESTS.
SOLD BY
OF
5 Ui. tin Golden West linking Powdei
for 85c
l : . tin Golden West Baking
for  	
.: *���    ��'4-  ���'.��
ll 'His of fresh  Herring for  ....
3 bi ttles of Pickles for 	
5 tins of ihe very best Salmon for
���
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Powder  ���
 20c  ���
...._,,������
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: Anderson & ���
Lusby
Columbia Street
50c  *������*������������������������<*-���������������������������������<,���
TECUMSEHS MAY NOT
COME AFTER CUP!
Querrie Beset With Trouble;
in Quest for Players ���,
Montreals Have Designs.
V    * ���.' "i   V      '    r'V    *
/ .*--.-_. r<     *���
��� .< '��� .. */'1       .,,��� %<_
fr &$**.?;,
f      '*        .-������/'/     -'i      '' '-a
'���;���-__'���*���.*__
lb. sack of
for  	
ie choicest Japan Hie.
 16(
i packages of Force for	
-���packages Pf Poultry Food.. .
1 bottle of Red Cabbage only .. ,25c
i tin of Cambridge Wafers for ..25c
Ib boxes of Rrst-class Tea for. ,$l.no
Victoria Crosti Tea only, per lb..,40c
7 Ib. tin Robertson Marmalade for 85c
; I'D, -in Robertson Marmalade for 50c
2 Ib. tin Robertson Marmalade for 25c
who are really fair in their Judgments
and    criticisms    bestow    the   highest
Robertson Jam in jars only, each 20C  iu':!i>" "l1"'- oar pianos on   iccount of
their  excelleni  tone  and  touch.    We
.'.'iiiing  or    drinking    Chocolate,   per  .,,.,, s;,,,������������
lb 30c
The dope in eastern lacrosse circle,
at the present lime is tbat the Montreals will be champions of ibe X. L
I.', thi* coming season, unless an unusual run of hard luck happens to
strike them. The wise men of the
east who hold the above opinion deduce the outlined result from the fact,
that more than any other team the
Montreals are adding to their strength,
having already alienated a number of
the best stickhandlers of other clubs
in the same league, In this their
energetic manager has beaten Charlie
Querrie, playing manager of the Tecumsehs, present champions of the X.
L, I'., who finds himself put to considerable trouble to replace the members of his team who have ripped the
net from their sticks in dead earnest.
Lo, the Poor Indian.
Querrle has been hopping all over
I the eastern lacrosse map for the past
w-i    w      wy. j-*. two months,  but  seem   to  have  met
r air lianO Mlayers' wlth discouraging    results.      He has
been unable to get any lirst-class player, while his request to the X. L. U.
to so arrange the schedule of games
to permit his team to come to Westminster with the Minto cup as the
objective, is everywhere tailing on
deaf ears, ihe jingle of fat gate receipts being sweeter music to the .
other club managers than all Charlie's
persuasive eloquence. The Big Chiel
Injun lias also 'discovered there Is no
prospect of the residential rule, which '
insists all /layers shall reside in a
city one year before ifeing transferred
to the local icluh, being altered for his
benefit, and with the enforcemeni of
this clause, his chances of strengthening his team are passing poor.
f*. -" '^JOiil^lr
a this of uie. sliced Pineappli i.u
u lbs. of the lo.-: Raisins for .
Finnan   Haddie oalj,   per  Ib l
nne spi. ndld n- ���*. instru-
the   '" - ���   main   ���'     At   the
ask these are  . ��� rital le bar
';*���
i" i.: .   :
5c   '   |CI ' ��'
It' you will do us the favor to
���'''  . all j on v. i'i (Ind thai : on have really
favored   > oui  elf.     We .   spe-
cialtj   of ������ pairing and tuning.
The   verj   best   Word   ti ��� hire  Sauce,
onlj   per bottle   10c |
(This   sane.    Is   equal   :.i   any   ol
sauce . ii the market todaj.
SEWING  MACHINES AND TALKING
MACHINES.
i%  �� l-��__?lS-.:,'*T<�� '%
���m __ J_.*,_i__i*  r .   ' "
��� '   ..   ."i   Canni .1   Ra    ll   only,   pei
tin	
J,!!. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET.
rge tin   of c
f Beets for
can  Corn   for
'im Peas  .
'��� Cn .-.: i   25(
May Not Come At All.
Qtierrle's many troubles have givi n
rise to the question as to ��hether he
will really come west after the Minto
cue. sine- the challenge was first
discussed he maj have bei n shown
there are u>o many obstach a In his
path to make II worth while.
Montreals in the Fall.
!u  the even;  of thi   Tecumsehs de
faulting,    the    Montreals,    providing
they anii..\ the championship, will b<
seen   bere In   th   fall,  this   statemi a
".ii'-   made on  tl I ority   of a
nv ml       hat i lub.
10c
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD  FELLOWS'  BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,   Prop.
i -  ���_,-l*ij!ili_Si
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House of Quality
We Have
ALL KINDS Oi'
TOILET
IREQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. WAJIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Eiljrd Block, New Westminster.
BOWLING    ] j
The     RJoyal    Citj   Mills    took    two
i1"'1'.-?   from   the   Hardware   men   last
���"- et '"ng in thi n Im - - league, a sin-
.-'.���   pin   securing  the   third   point   for
'-.te latter, Tonighi ;1 "Marathon"
contest, 25 games, may be brought off.
: total pins io count. The schedule for
the second series of the business
league will be arranged at an early
date.     Last night's -cores were*.
Swanson.
.1. Bryson .
j Campbell..
C.   Bryson
; Emery,
HARDWARE.
1,
2
3,
Tot.
 138
137
lo?
382
.   ..  .180
118
129
157
:.   ... v*-
112
104
304
 132
124
138
394
..   ,130
140
119
:;sii
Totals
.668    661    .".'..7    1926
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Northway   I
Clothing
Has the reputation of being the best
tailored  garments  of  the day.
The materials   out this   season sur-
jiass  anything in  the  clothing made
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
"23  F-ont   St..  Opposite  Market.   New
Westminster.
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
ROYAL  CITY MILLS.
1. 2. 3. Tot.
.1. Campbell    .     . 17.". 157 136 468
Smith 195 115 llli 126
Roy    120 143 127 "00
Balllie 118 122 1G2 402
,1   0.  Latham.   .. 134 123 159 U8
Totals 7-2    660    700    210.
.hould be consulted if you want to
si |l furniture or an auction conducted
Live Stock Implement auction held
very Friday morning on Westminster
.\lo Kit;  and every Saturday morning            |T  pAYS TQ ADVERTISE
OB  Vancouver market.  j^.	
Fo-- splendid Incubators very cheap. | the     daily        news
'Mine  young  fresh    cows,   $30.  $501 Westminster's Home  Paper,
ono '���''th  "tilf. $70. I
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PRICE FROM
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it ���* fW^t*:! W'k
$16.50-O$30.00i!
I This Means Money
...to You...
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J. Eugene Brown & Co.ll
272 Columbia Street:
We can now offer you buys in New Westminster,
Vancouver, Chilliwack and suburban acreage that
are sure and quick money-makers.
THINGS ARE  HAPPENING,  SO   IT   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO   MOVE
QUICKLY.
urana F- J. Hart & Co. Ltd. mm I
i New Westminster, B.X, t
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Goods of the
Best Qualities
KEEP POURING INTO THE STORE.
The new goods which find their way into this store
are selected with a view towards having the best that
we can for the money. This store's reputation for
high quality goods will not suffer by our purchases
for this Spring's business. We have never had a
larger selection or better values to offer. You are at
perfect   liberty to investigate the   many offerings
throughout the store.
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Another Lot of
Ladies' Spring
Costumes
JUST   RECEIVED
_u  New   Suits   !'��� ci ivi d   bj  ex-
_mon    th.      .   ���
of the   nic si   Suits   ivhii h   we
." -.en for -ome time.    La I
week .v.- placed on    ile a range
of Cashmi   i -15 75,   which
roved   a   greai   success,    The
. loi just arrii ed brought an
ier range of cloths made up
n  the   same   style.     All   sizes
,   ia 3tock,      $15.75 EACH.
EXCELLENT CHOICE OF  BROAD
CLOTH SUITS FROM $2_ TO $40.
Complete New
Stock of Ladies'
White Cotton
Underwear
Fresh in3 ''lean, direct from th ���
manufacturers, . Ladies' Night
Dresses. Drawers, Corset Covers. Underskirts. Chemises, etc.
English Longcloths, Cambrics
and Nainsooks of virion: qualities ui" use.i. and all garments
are nicdy iriiiiined with new
designs in Swiss Embroider)
und Insertions of fine Torchon
Laces. We will 'nave mure to
say about these garments from
time to time. At presenl we
Invite you to visit the Ready-to
Wear Department, where you
can see ihe Whitewear Stock
and make your selection while
the stock is fresh and clean.
Heatherbloom
Underskirts
in New Styles
Heatherbloom Duchesse I'nder
-kins haw proven so popular
In the past that the announcement of new styles will be of
interest to all well dressed women. Garments made from
Heatherbloom materials can be
depended upon to wear well and
retain the silky appearance and
rustle peculiar to the new garments. These underskirts are
now here in new light and dark
-tripes, all plain colors and
white.
Heatherbloom
Taffeta
hi    yard   on   sab-   ia
Iir..:, Goods  Section  lu  H'-.n-,-.
Navy,  Green, Brown,  Skj   an
60c PER  YARD.
Madapolain's Lawns
and Nainsooks
A     SPECIAL     LOT     AT     SIX
YARDS  FOR  $1.00.
25   pieces  and   .'!���*.  and   10 n-.
lawns,    .0   and     l.-inih    Mada
polalns and Nainsooks of   tine,
even,   close-weave, suitable   t":
ladies' and children's undei g u
mi ii'.-,    of    evei>     descrip
These materials are of the t>.
English make, free trom drest
ing, ea-\ to sew and verj
dceable to  wear,    Usual pric
:, 20C.    OUR  SPECIAL  PRICE.
6  YARDS FOR $1.00.
Ladies' Pad Hose
Supporters
25c PER PAIR.
>> dozen Ladles' Black and Colored Pad Front Hose Suppori
ers, also a range of superior
quality suspenders without pad
front, having wide elastic, extra
strong. Regular values 35c and
40c.     ON SALE 25c PER PAIR
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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