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INSURANCE
WtfiT��, SHILfiS & CO
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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LIFE
ASSURANCE
_,!_, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY
ii-,     .m
G.T.P. BKANCii LINE
TO CROSS THIS 01.
i'i IG, MARCH   -     109.
3 ilumbia St.
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Phone 8j.
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femi-Ai   ial Competitive Ex-1 Railway Map Shows Route
aminations to Be Held in     Crossing Coquitlam Vallev
Leading Centres.
And Pemberton Meadows
���Ottawa, March 8.   Announcement Is
ade by the civil service commission-
0f the Intention of holding s mi-1     1)n
,ua]   competitive   examinations in
The Qrand Trunk    Pacific  Vancouver branch from ihe main line at a
vicinity of Fort George
(iSIAl    	
HUM ON MAY DAY
Street Numbering Contract Calls For Completion By [April
15--New   By-Laws   Projected  For Enactment-
Regulation  of Mills Supply to Be Improved���Hindu   Question.
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IVE C
PER
PARLIAMENT WILL       'BRUM lu UiliM.I
|       REMAIN NEUTRAL      INDIA AND CEYLON
McBride Declines to Assist Scheme to Join Mainland
Mine Workers to Secure With Famous Tea Garden
Guarantee of Wages.
in  the
will  reach the coast
y and Noi ember in lending centres, ' " " IUe C0I��t via the valley of
j-oughout the    Dominion.     In    the J Coquitlam lake and river lf the route
shown on the latest map of that rail-
way's projected lines ia to be ..cop
as an authority.     Thi
The
faI)��:i |e, to meel the immediate re
j,,.,. ... .. ral departmnts, in-
jrlm compi t tive examinations for en-
Bnce to the civil service will be held
j Ottawa beginning March 30.
jjt is ills., announced that appllca-
La will be received up :o March _ .,
bm candidal.-, qualified for a uuni-
of positions in the inside civil
���vice. Tl o   lions include type-
(iters aud stenographers, ten clerk-
[p.--, compilers of geological lnforma-
ti ,.      hi  nn ii.   . inior assls-
City  Council held a short sit- caug
Ung last evening.     Mayor Keary and pari
Alderman .lohnston being absent, Aid, ,-ere weath
Jardine was elected to the chair.     A ciul-
contract for the Btrel numbering was iriclan
,   ,,   .       ,  .     ,,       ' map haB Just let, and free postal delivery is pron.- works
beenjssued^ontreal and  is n���.  ,aed by May ,.     A numbCr of ncw by. thJg d
first  publication  of "
-pU'di
f the collapse of ihe Queen's
k reservoir fountain during the s ���
er ill  January  that  no ofli-
s were to blame and that the eieoj
md  superintendent  of  Wi
Victoria, li. C., -March 8.���Five nev,
bills were introduced in the house today, The adjourned debate on Haw
thorntbwaite's motion to recommit the
Coal Mines Regulations act amend-1
ment bill was resumed. In the course
Of World Takes Shape.
��� lull .i: ta. .Marcil S. -The limes Oi l_-
ilia, ln a dispatch from Tuticorln, reveals a gigantic project of connect ig
the mainland ol India with the Island
of Ceylon, or,    in othei
111 idglng   the   series
ol   the  discussion   Premier
^^^^^     ivd by Maj l
the  Kind   5y   [JJe   laws   were  presented  and  referred to
"""."any In which the location 0f the   th  citj  solicitor to draft, including a
Vancouver branch  near  tbe  coast is   sale of bread  by  weight    regulation,
shown definitely nnd in detail, another to prevent    ihe discharge ol
While the termiuus of the railway and firearms, ami restricting i lasting.
��ill be in Vancouvei' the line will The civic estimates were not touched,
run through New Westminster, thencw! Street   Numbering.
across the peninsula, apparently The committee recommended the
bydrograpnlc survey, clerk in reaching waterfrontage in the eastern acci ptance of th ��� lender ol \v. D. Pur-
ug and contract branch of the   <'",, of lh" ���''">' which, it is presumed, I dy foi  > 137 for sti "���; numb, ring*    ip.
bus already been arranged for. plying  material  and   removal  ol   ih.
According to this map the  rallwaj   old   figures,   throughout  the city.,  the
passes   through    the   rich  Pemberton! wo ���   completed   by   Apri]   15.
'lie   v ill      . |    ig   to   .    ���    in e     III
r    words,    or
    of Islands eighty
| miles southwest of Palk Btralt.   Tn    ,
-teri"   ���  """���'"""'  i-'-emier    McBrlde  interested In the scneme are now In
had been instructed to repair pointed out It was not advisable par    Tuticorln    looking over the
The park ranger will j Hanient should intervene between mine '''"'*' '"" Sir Arthur '-awley.
i   key   of   ihe  reservoir  gate',-,���.������ , , "'   Aiitdi  s
the    iu ure      Ti,r.     _ Iowners and workers in the matter ol      ' ��� -
'be    lepoi       was1...,,.,,.,,,,,     ,_.___-_ . , Galium.
idopted. j payment of wanes.      on  a division.1
The bill w:ls
'possess
>n
partraent of marine and    fisheries,
���   and   Iran .ator  for
nl   of  a rricul-
meadows country and after asc. uding
the grade north of the Coquitlam it
Thin Skinned  Hibernians. skills   the    lake  of    thai     name  and
���At a in a    drops  down  to ihe  Fraser   .'alley  via
ng of i        Icl   ocieties of Alle-  Coqui . ...    to Nev.  \Vi
tod olu . ns   mln h    close to Westminster
gainst   Ihe  junction.
Idiculing  Si
ik mui iii-   Irish  race.      A com
.il : a.
I. C ��������� ���     reprted for the i
asked     by Aid.   Gai etl
what   would  happen  if the work  was
noi done bj   thi m?      li.- replied I tiey
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   lie I   ���      I   I     ('   ..ii-il    i'i I   . I
The   Howe   sound   route,   long    i - i   time, bul the contrac1   would
1". ed    j   li anj  to be the certain way! i Ity's   Interci
nted i" communlcata
0 Card dea'-
m\"i COUNCIL AND
PUIS!      i'i REFORM
^lirinster   Counc j   Passes    Re-, u
I ,  Provincial   Lixecutive
v ged Prisoners.
ol   the  Wo-
,i
d o de  ������ om,
���   i liai        A letter
er   i|   the
ral  &  Industrial  So-
* 11 to take over
i    t the i xhibltlon
mod ...... i;
.eilic
local Ion
for the c.rand Trunk Pa-      Mi    .       also explained thai he had
is  given  a   wide  bi nh   on  the 11        ctor, J, K. Green-
map
line shown on the v w
Indigent Hindus,
w. ll. Keary, secretary of the Koyal
Colum in hospital, wrote s aiing
jthaf uji to Feb u iry last 68 Hindus
had been ad mi ti d io the institution
at an expense i i .'.:ii. and suggesting
i      Lould ri l by  the c ty and
Dominion government.
The  acting   mayor  .aid   the   ! tte
can e in to a   requi st from !
th Council  for detailed Inform il on.
i      co mm mivii ci will be seni to
ie Di ui  nlon goi at through D ���:
Monro,   linmigi ai i m     (fleer   at    Vancouver.
Miscellanea.
A meeting with Frank Ji a . in   m n
.:   . ut   on     Fourtei nth      reel   on |
January 9, has been fixed for Friday, '���
when   Aldermen   lai.line.   Henley   nnd
Adams  will  discuss   plans  for  hi
| payment  of wages,
the  motion was lost.
ground.
     guveriiai
and  Col.   Sir   Henry     Mc-
with  representatives of the
"oil L'di''l-r;  railway board and the i eyion
START ACTIVE OPERATIONS
AT PITT LAKE BRICK WORKS
Twenty  Men at Work Under Superintendent  Brndlcy���Gancj  to be
Increased  in Two We.K.
i   in  i um.isi;.; mce.
���  complete by April 15, was      a deputation consisting ol   il . Lei
,,    ired     ��� ������ postal dell*, i  >  would be   tiox    if Vani    iver,     . ; .   ���
in  oj bj   May 1.      Aid. -Adams   of property in Block  1. Lot U. h twee
��� d    he  press would ask   ,;      id   street   und  Tenth  avenue,
ibe co-operj   ion   of   the   citizens,   for   waited on the Council with refer,
it  was i" their    interests    ilie work   to their property lines, which   lil no
\\ In ti    bi v. Ith the streel   Um     3ta:ed on
.. carried oui    efore 'be vii-   the   original   city     nrvey.      The
..   ���   h.i-ai.i  .   i.avin'i  in  pin   fo'.^t' ine. .- will
The  Small  &   Bucklin   Lumbei   Co
then read a third time and pas-.���.!.
i ��� e .Municipal Clauses act amendment bill, the Alberni trap bill, and
iiii- Bqsh Fire amendment ''ill were
reported, read for the third time, and
declared  passed.
Eleven   clauses  of  the   Water  bill
. ��� i e passed in i ommittee,
The  Public    Sei dee    bill   was dis-
ii ised in committee for the remainder
of the afternoon, I he v bati  b ing finally adjourned.
The B. C. Permanent Loan company
ill was reported, and the debate ad-
iii'irned.
i   e   house   adj lurned   until   elghi
o'clock,
i
The members of the press gallery
,vere entertained at lunch by Premier McBride today.
CC'BA MAT BE ABLE TO
RUN NATIONAL L0TTE8J
���iigin-
of ti     v   nn ,, i   al   ' esi nt
worl   ��� I'm     Lake    brlcktields,
v. bii i       ���     ein ri v vl   I y   the
I'i;:    Laki    Hirck   company,   Ltd.,   o -
i       i:  J   Fadi i- i nd assoi
ago.       Within  the  nexl
.... ���   '.-. ei ks the
will eased to a :>out  fifty, and
numbering.
Aid   Gai    ' j   :ed i he ac Ing mayor
i whi.  . ���  ild   a "   possessii u of I
and   .M;l. rinan  Ja   11 i.   sal 1
those   '��������� ���.. had  - i en    puiv
n'. ild ol   lourse  11 ta n  I bi in.
i In .'.��� re  four    I ndi rs fm   the
work.
Suggested Bylaw.
. in   h ni v ndai Ion i I ( hi. i ol
: Mcintosh  thi     o .-.laws   letter will In
w mi,, with ret' rence to tbt i
ijion made by be I loni ell that
ofllce of  the i
P(tiiilic  land,  thai   It   was  built   in
i n Ith a stak ��� plac  I in
tion at  the time ihe ofTic    was c i
structed as Hie west line of thi   50- o I
reserve al Lulu Isand b Idgi. anil th
south  line of Columbia Btreet.     Tho
a copy si in io A,
'.
il..
mi
ac-
New     Republic's     Postal
With  Other Countries  Prevent
Gambling   Game.
rallwaj     administration,
merchants and financiers.
'' ie ' i. - iueering part of the businei -
is, although Interesting, comparatii
simple    On the north side the Pa i
'   :i channel, between the mainland oi
Ii d     and the Island of Rameswai
is at ��� ine polnl extremely narrow
i lly bridged.    There are
eed,      '   isals for sul stltutlng a
a     ���   thi   existing channel,
io  facilitate  the  coasting   tradi
.i  labar ports, on tl
- in -  le   :' India, and the Co i      n
which doubtless will be disi
ed    ���  the conference between the
iiinii  and    Ceylon    authorities,
there  is no serious engini ���  Ing   lifli-
ii vct'^l with the b Idgini
���en  channel,    nor is  thi
��� ��� touth end of the line, fo
nd of Mannar Is   iln a j
'  ch d   to   Ceyl
Cost About $8,300,000.
.:.... n the southern end oi i
] ... Mameswuram und I be "
i.i.        v   lie Islano of Mannar i ft
1 tance of    about    thirt; -  .
Agreement   miles,  marked by an almost cou;.:...
'ous  coral  reef,  either covered    with
". water or i Ising above thi     .
of the sea In numerous coral Ish
the    "- tepplng    s om s"    of    Ada
���    famed alike In Hindu, it:
Bt, in       i itian and In Mouamme-
i dan  legi nds,    Tbe Idea of a    '  Idgi
.    hi   raili b  long "��� ��� wnat
ana,    Ma ch  8. ���Cuba's    postui
��� ��� !.:��� in   .vl ii oilier iountries    and
ICCi|il'.IC-        ������^������^���^������^���^^^mmmmmmmmmmmm]
.,, , ,   stag,      ...    ���'.! i; must he remem
���,   .ii rangeii ents   wiih     the     l ulted
,i     ile!
ly  lii  some
'lasses, and a  commit-    	
1-1 11,  Mrs,  i'ii.-' from  then on additions "ill be made
i        with  .Mrs.   from time to lime as the demand for
te,   was  appointed' the  manufactured aittlcle Increases.
1 '    r- er, A.  Q.  Bradley,  late of Pori   Credit,
ented a  reso   (,,;      NV|;" 's In charge of il"1 work,
on Saturday took up an outfit for the
development "f the clay deposits, and
for ig or regulating the firing   J. Hill, ex-city engineer, and City En-
pf guns  or other arms,  the firing or   gineer Blarkman in order to run oveo
if mn di ,   ,i  altogether, the es.
im"m ol  a  national Cuban  I '
which was one of the many "re-
promised   the   Cuban     people
f
v'is    adopted   mid   re-
:   i i      ivi rnment
action, wUh reference to the ques-
11
'
loners from the
i ib.,.
more    attention
nifii upon expiry
S ofl       v.    ial   .   quil i, crack-   the lines again.
ers and fireworks, and the regulating      .1.   _**.  Aitcbeson's   lender for  police:
of blasting within the city; regulating   clothing at $30 a -oui'. was accepted,
the sab'    of    bread;    to   amend the   He also secured the cotnr'acl  for Bre-1
Trades License bylaw, in order to con-  men's clothing. -  VfVf
ml   secondhand junk dealers:  to en- .     '   -i���������a,
Pine Ic    mid   snow   ".ing  kept   clear
from sidewalks under an amendment
I.      i.
I
Toronto,   was ap-
the Council with re
1 "nnial gathering in
when it  is hop. ,i
Dssn,,! ii   flsltors through
:"nl ihe meeting also re-
:'11' affiliation fee, and
itlona] organlza-
wil] remain on the scene of operations for some lime, having been appointed superintendent of the works.
He is a man of wide experience in
ihis line, having held a number of
similar positions in the > ast in tbe
pai i  few years.
of  ihe   streets  und   sidewalks   bylaw,
Ibe con,
I-d ���
w  re brought In and  referred  to tb.
city solicitor for drafting,
Milk Supply.
!:.   \\.  Hudson,  live stock i ommls-
..viie:.  w ..ii' with  reference to dairy
ll   pection        H    bad   been   suggested
thai when the dairy inspector inspect.
i,l a   municipality, a  copy of his report i���. si "i i" the municipal council.
B0 thai   -b" council could  look afte
tiie in11u trade within its munlcipallt*.
Pacific tunnel shaft today and escaped     id ���   the inspector left  Instruc
wiih inn linle Injury. I ons wiih the dairymen to make ci
i ta ., v.'His on bis premises so
,li;i. he might be aide to deliver more
wholesome  milk;   the   council   could
,.,   thai   -ii'li Instructions were car-
ri, ,i qui      if t'"* municipal councils
Unhurt   by  Fall  of -JO  Feet.
Tacoma,   March  7.-  Henrj    MUone.l
_j years old und single, tell a distance
of ion. fe.: to the bottom of u Union
ARROW LAKE HOHStS DIE
OP CHIC ACID POISONING
Rare     Malady     Krvown     as    Azoturia
Breaks  Out���Evcessive   Feeding
and Lack of Exercise.
t e ry,
fo  lii -
with the advent of self-government.
Such a lottery would give the postal
/--thorites both in Cuba and in the
United sum s no end of trouble. Bullfighting, cock-fighting and gambling
.-I all sorts which were io follow quickly  in  die wake of the disappearance
i  if the v, hole di tance  wen
: bridged fl would be rather a can ���
���'    hai would be produce!
aj matter 0f fact, it has   ���
estimated thai the v. bole could h. , on-
strui ���< d at a oosl of ���-".mui. rupees
'"��� not mor,. than |-,300,QOO,
The immediate objects to   e attain-
thus   linking  Ceylon  W.th   t.'i.
mainland are 111 for Cej-lotn. her dl-
��� r c   .i Imisslon to the immense advan-
of the lab..,, market of South
iln-   American   provisional   govern-   fndla'  l<,r  i(  ,:|n   hardly   be doubted
that where one coolie win cosnen- to
are   still   among   the     :.���' ooed
'ovincial Government May
Assist Fruit Canneries
rtevelstoke,    March    8,  -l>.    <i.  \v. '
Thotiuis,  I).    V.  8., Ims    recently  returned  from he  \rrow  Lake district,
whene be has been treating a -series of
cases of   .zoturla or uric ao'd poison-1
i
ing In several horses belonging to the,'
Arrow Lakes Lumber <'".. Arrowhead.I
I of
ment.
Bports,
The Cuban people ure Inveterati
gamblers-, They will |ilay any game,
no matter how long tbe odds. The
Cuban laborer will work all day and
gamble all nighl and feel all right If
lu- has simply bad a "run, ,for ^��s
money."
Despite the prevalence of the gambling spirit, certain government leaders urge that the undue encourage-
tnent of it by Ihe establishment of a
national lottery would prove demoralizing. It is argued tlint every drawing  day  would have  to he a   holiday
���
erosH -lie sea to work In the Cej lorl
'���a gardens, a hundred will gladly g i
[bj  train; and Ci for India, the o
Ing up of the i Ich unpeopled lands of
;  North    and North Centra] Ceylon to
tbe congested populations of C
and Southern India.
Would Greatly Benefit Colombo.
At th- present moment Colombo,
Cl vlon- is the most important station
Whether for coaling or other purpose-
on th.. great lines of sti am communication between mosl of the countries
of the globe, All the greai liners rrom
Europe,  from  America and  from   �����"���
IS    HOW'
Provincial government
r��nE 1',"':'mali0" respecting trail
."       ::"! '"''J  -'"'age planta so
P^^to deal with the subject
Pgentlj
Ne the .
'"' nton  of  cold  storage
canneries .,,
ltg wll,   , "     s' v,''-al interior
r,br*:11.1"" '>     be undertaken
J?*,U ls "nllkelj thai much, ��
M    "s accommodation  wl���  1)fi
f���� i'i T ","lli"i^ this year
h Mention of th" lea"ed,thttl "
frnm,.nt .  '"f ,lu> Provincial gov-
r toward tt    d   "nanrial nsRiflt-
_tauM.M   ''"',ion of lho 0O()|-
fo���ro",,(""n"1'^indasproh.
|latterwn'  P   f��rniPr  ""'I   'wo  of
fiint f,f J     bullt' a considerable
Dr J m0,,��-'''  Wil] be  Involved.
r"'.i���fll,      K10n jt 'a proposed
TWis!,'^ tf��t at Aga-.
In describing the disease, which is
I would take such action, which is with i not   at all    prevalent    In B. C Dr.
|D .heir power,  it   would  not  only  fa-! Thomas stales thai ihe discus,., or |>oi
Vancouver island and  cllltate the work of this department,   soning, has been  but rarely so viru-
' but   would  lead  to  more    wholesomej lent In B. C.. there being only a ease
uulk  being sold     wiihin     Hie   munld-   _��_- time to time       The severe cases
!  nt       \ .  i , , 'i  11.  ���.. I     ..,.,.,.., i l.a    Iln,I     linoM     4_-
pallty.
The   matter     was     referred   io
*ll
'hlpmonts
a'l Uli. ,-i--M"VC  CllrP   0f   Prfl(,,i-
Eraser  valley   	
other coast points. Another will be
built al Revelstoke, one at Okanagan
Landing and a fourth at Nelson. While
construction will le assisted by the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
government it is understood thej health committee with power to a��
Fruitgrowers associations at the varl-; The New Engineer,
ous -points  named  will have  to caro|    Aid.  Adams announced that
for  operation   and   maintenance expense-.
Of canneries it ls said not less thai
ib..
first for some lime. The cause of the
poisoning is the fad that there has
been too much nitrogenous matter
ln the hor.es' food, brought on hy excessive feeding of new mils and wheal
and lack or exercise, causing a rapid
chemical change In the animals' sys-
 |W'lllis
Chapman. C. E��� the hj*draullc engineer appointed by the citizens' committee,   would  arrive   Thursday   from
two will be    built, one   probably on) Toronto, and was authorized to make
Okanagan lake and the other at  Nel-j (,rra..��"nientB   ,0   show  him   the  Co-
son.   Eventually the coast region may qpltlU- *** dam      He will also take
secure   a  cannerv.      These    canning  Mr.  Blackman. ,lie new engineer, tip
plants will take fruit from the farm-  to the WW In order to make him fa-
.1.    -.nrirnf la off-   miliar with   the   situation.     It   was
e�� at times when the ffl rk    is 0 Mr  BiactoM ii( the  edy can bft appU-d (0 counteract ,t.
color or    glutted,    and    tj>*"<       , of the Councl, from ,hf> p,.op.  Dr. Thomas State, that five valuable
..     ."li l.V  ost        lent time and be under the direction ^tmn belonging to the Arrow Lake
nnually absolutely 10�� ^ ^ ^^ ^   ^   ^^   ^ Lumber Co. dled of the poison, the best
lorage' man of the board of works. | B'ock' aa a r��l0- bpinR affectP(* flrsL
��� I ��_-���_, The only symptoms of the poison
nnd The   FountaIn  Ate dent. * ,       . .
are weakness of back and nervous af-
lialf the population would be inter- rj'''' mus* st��i' at Colombo on their
esied in the outcome, and neither,! w''ly eastward, whether going io Cal-
iliose who won imr those who lost, t'lllt" '"' Rangoon, to the Malay pen-
twlould be fit for work. There is a J ���-nsula. or to the greai island of Java
disposition to go slow in the matter! a'"' '���"' Malay archipelago, to (.biua-
of undoing the reform affected by the)"01' JaP*n, or to Australia 0r Tasman-'i
United States, and Hie lottery ques- j or -v ew Zealand.
Hon is one of those thnt, will hardly Already Colombo is the fourth or
be touched until the new republic has; "ltn P��rt of the world, and Colombo
Riven more proof of its ability to con-' merchante deal with all these innuni-
trnl its own affairs.
.rable lines 0f s
< and the great hotels of
' crowded
nenm communication.
Big Deal at Burnaby.
,i. S. Rankin and associates I '* 77y. cou",ry on ";,r,h
Colombo are
with the most cosmopolitan
throng of ever-changing  visitors    out
And yet at this moment  this
growers thousands
are now
It is expected the governnic
finance  the erection  of cold
warehouses at Calgary, Winnipeg
_________________ of   Vancouver,   have   pur-^5(1   ,,    :t     ' mis vast
tern and an Increase ef blood album, n CL��� ^ f lnp-.lQvnr.iJ._f_.' -. ' 8 no Mnter|^d of
in.o  uric acid,  at  the same .line fill- JJJS rPOmI^ '"Cell Syndicate, her own. save only the little hill ter.
ing the system with carbonate of ��m-!{',J ac/���S   <��   nne   Jand   ati ritor>' ot Ceylon itself.
monia.   The effects of the poison me; ijakeview    Gardens,   'near
so rapid ihat the imrse in most canes j Burnaby lake, this being the
succumbs to Kb effects before a rem-'1    ' ^'
.��� ,W -eveml points between .Hose plac s      Aid.  Adams reported  on behalf 0t| ^ ' , (0 ,������
from the loworl on tbfl ffialn ���_e of to c. p. n. the special committee looking Into th. J��   J ^ pegaln,_g ���- f--t.
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^u.nciuy ictrvc, ins uvmg inepTrri  tduct Diivp
balance    ot    the   property) ���������ML IHloI Olilj
placed on the market. some i
time ago. The purchase price
is  in the neighborhood  ofl 	
$40,000.    The deal was put!   ���
through bv H. A. Eastman, L T' March 8~A special * �����
of the F. 'J. Hart Company i   ZZTl^' TK ma:
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TILE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY
MARCH
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1 Classified Advertisements |
COUNCIL MEETING 1 I
I M._��LIN ckmm    Bank of Montrp^i
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WANTED.
, ".,",,",���.*-.,���'.'.��� ..���.V,
SURREY.
WANTED���General servant. Apply
Mrs. I). ,1. McQuarrie, Sixth fetreet,
near  Fourth  avenue.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply Mrs. R. Dickinson, corner of
Elliott and Carnarvon.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
._._��_.   .-oow_l... 1-i.N UE _>. Cl
���-l . _.. -ii'_t,ii, ma..,.-.'., _*, o. uox
u.u, iiii.uD -.4. 'J wo aces, nve m.K .-
ou-, ul U, .-.cap price, 10 c.Oae up a.i
 ,   t..,a   v>ouid  ...a..e an  cxcel-
u.j*. cuic.atin ranch at small cost;
��_U(J,  ier ma.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-
temlzlng. Guinn & Falrley, phon.-
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
C. HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT ANO
Auditor, Notary Public, Convey-
incer. Room 10, Brino Block, New
Westminster.    P. O. Box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
EDWIN  G.   W.  SAIT.  ARCHITECT-
-Juichon  Block.    Telephone  MX.
GARDINER & SHEKRIFF, ARCHl-
tects, Guichon block. P. O. Box
772.      Phone 232.
htoTAURANTS.
RO--U- Cir'E, (Mrs. Archer, propr.e-
irv__;. r'our courses, consisting of
suup, i.sj, boiled entree or roast,
puudlng or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
KENiVl"3 iv_.STAURa.Vi & Ca_'-1
J.cKetB, 21 meals tor |4- Homo
cooKing. Meals, sjiort orders, oy-s-
ters. All white cook-*"; no Orie.ital
laoor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
nOOMS TO RENT.
. .      ' lue  larg..    lUi UlallUU      ne.
,.ar oUiui'j. suitable for two
,. 1 ..all oucr.. item reason
\..p'.   -ST  Vii tuna street.
FOR   SALE
FOR SALE���Al ?_00 Bell piano, $200;
$50 cash, balance eas'-. Apply John
Sipprell, 116 Second street.
FOR SALE���Gasoline launch, 18 feet;
new, with or without engine; cheap.
Apply Box 29, Dally News, or C. R,
Lindsay,  Twelfth   street,  City.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
Wi- BUY AND SELL FURNI-URE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck & Urandell,
uear Tram office.
TAILORS.
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON & AYL1NG. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begble st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
W. E. FAi__,S, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and U dirtaker
corner Agnes aud McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
Ai-ViN, ..2 sixth street; Indus' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
in laaies' and men's suiu.,gs. Press-
ing a.id repairing, on short notice,
.���hone  B350.
THEATRES.
H0U6ES TO   RENT.
TO RENT���$15, six-room house, Royal
avenue and Fourth street; modern
conveniences. Apply .1. M. McDonald, 4.1 Agnes -street.
TO    RENT���Five-room    cottage,    furnished,  on   Eighth   -aireet, close  to
car line.      Possession on or before^
April  1.   Apply B.,  Daily News Of
flee.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUbE,
Lome street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall s  Drug  Store.
The Edison Theatre
orner  Columnia and  Einnf-
igh Jtass Moving   Pictuie-
ii.-1  -*i.ngh     ' ugram chan -     vii
��� ��� iiiesdH     md I'rlda*.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, heaj
cheese, etc.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
.Hard  fa'ocK.  New  Weitminsn-
Council met In Town I lull, Surrej
Centre, March 6, the reeve and all
members telng present; communica-
..-.11., .vie received and aeau wun
as toaows:
1 iv_.  corbould  and  Grant,   enclosing uc.d ior old   lytiehead .-^uool to'
1 lie isjEud  of    the  Diocese  of    New]
WeBuuiuSter, wnich    on    n.-uon the
reeve aud Council were authorized to
execute.
_r-ui John Waterson re Hood boxes
on the McLellan i-oad. Received, clerk
rephed that  the  boxes would  be put
in as soon    as    tbe  water    was  low'
enough   to   insure    a   good job bein..'
done. j
rrom A. J. Hill and H. C. tlrice reporting  that  the    contract   of    E.  J.I
Crean on the River    road    was completed according to specifications. Received.
From F. C. Gamble, public works
e.ifeiuuer, saj ing he lmd forwarded
voucher for $2500.00, the government
gram 10 the River road to the government agent at New Westminster.
Received.
r ro.ii W. Norman Bole re the necessity of the Council having counsel appear before the railway commission-
ers 10 press upon them ihe necessity
of ordering the Railway company, at
the international boundary, to grade
ulie land level with their rack and
provide a proper number of crossings-
Received, clerk replied tbat the land
bi longing to Mr. Brennan was the
only land affected, and as it was understood thai the railway company
had been forbidden to interfere with
If, that it was not the province of
others to lake action if Mr. Brennau
objected to the work being done.
From MacNelll & Bird demanding
that the municipality forthwith abate
the nuisance they have ..llowed the
Heaps Timber Co. to 1 ring upon the
road adjoining Mr. Bamford's .and. as
a writ would be issued 1111 mediately
against the Heaps Timber Co. and the
Council and an injunction applied
for unless they were advised that tlie
nuisance will be abated immediately.
Received, clerk replied tbat he had notified ihe Heaps Timber Co. to allow
no refuse or debris to get upon the
road limits.
From MacNelll & Bird, .11. ing it la
not satisfactory to Mr.  _ am ford "that  -It
merely  the retuse  and debris should j^
be kept off the road allowance.      Wi
would  ask   ihat  jou
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re a part  (30 acres)  of the northeast
quarter of section  10,  township 19,
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of tiUe number 1150 F.. issued
in the name of James Long, ba. been
filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection 1"'
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, Feb. 3rd, 1909.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
up.
Silver Watches, g.-nts' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents'   open    case
CAPITAL
RESERVE
*14,400,0oo.0o
11.000,000.00
Branches  throughout Canada  and Newfoundland, and
land. New York, Chicago and Spokane, u. S. A., and Mexico t,1^^ E��5-
banking business   transacted. y' A .>ral
Letters of Credit issued, available with  correspondent
the world. B '" al1 Part. 0,
Savings   Bank   Department���Deposits received  |n  suma
wards, and interest allowed at  3 per cent, per am - '���'      'M %
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00. Pirate)
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,  G.   D.  BRYMner
���������������������������������������������������������������������������� ����������������������*+��**
������������������
���������������*
TREE SPRAYS, BLUE j
STONE, SULPHUR, Etc.
AT
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
*+****++^"*++*444HkH
I������
for    Waltham     and     Elgin
f
.ns st   upon   the  ���$���
$7.50 up.
Agent
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   door*   from   Geo.  Adams,  Grocer
yt4�� T-��^a-"��|��-'f"-��^*��|����^*'��|�� *;"-*i<'��I'-*I**'i**i**I**I**'*|
* PRINTING
IRON WORKS.
LAUNDRY.
NOW
VULCAN    IRON    WORKS,    LTD. ���
is  the  time  to  get  CURTAINS AND
Boilermakers    and    General    Plate; BLANKET8   ready   for   Spring.     Re-
Workers.       Boilers,      smokestacks, member the
chutes,    conveyors,    air    receivers,]     �������/��.���
sheet iron work.   Telephone 324, P.j    Royal   CitV    LiiUIldrV
       Royal Avenue and Blackle Street
O.  Box 412.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
MUSIC.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupll of Carl-
lotta Ant.-in, r a  M.. London, Bng.,I
and Of C. F,  Sim-. Mus,    line, Ox-1
ford,,  England, will  glvP lessons In
.inging and harmony.
NURSERIES.
THE FRASK.lt VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at South Vancouver.
PROFESSIONAL.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(P. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and  at Vancouver.
P. O. Box 171.
Res. 429,
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell  the Celebrated
Palmer  Bros.  Engines
PALMER   Ti
MHOS. TWO
ANO FOUR
���CYCLE
0A80LIN-
F.NGINF.S  I1
StTOmW.
���SB"
l 1-2 to 2f. h p., 2 and l cycie,
value on the market. Engines kept in
stock at
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Tcniii street,  ���   New Westminster.
ROLLER  RINK.
PYTHIAN SKATING RINK, New K.
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes streets.
Hours; Morning, 10 to 12J afternoon, 2:3<i to 6; evening, 7:30 to in.
Admission 10c;  Skates, 2.">c.
REAL  ESTATE.
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
WHITE, SHILES & CO., Real estate Hall
and insurance agents.     City. Farm
Applications will bo received up to
Monda)   the 22nd, Inst, at 5 p.a , t<
the position of City Scavenger, . 1
t" commence on April 1st, 1909     Ba]
lary at the rate of $-0 per month. 1 .
information   as   to duties,   etc., ,;
to the sanitary inspector at the I
and  Suburban  property.
lumbla street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
260 Co.' city Clerk
City Hall, March 5. 1909.
Heaps Timber 1 om, any preventing
tiie water from their ..am going .11 to
the road allowance, making a uog of
the allowance, which occasions the
-.loppy to:idiii< n of Mr. ,,ointor_'s
place by reason of filtration through
ihe gravels of the roadbed on his
place."     Received.
From R. L. Reid for th. Heaps
Tim. er Co., saying no n fuse or debris
would lie allowed to get upon tbe road
limits and further stating that they
had had an examination made by an
engineer who reported -bat no refuse
or debris was going over the dam ani
that the only trouble with -Mr. Bom-
lord's place is caused by a log jam
about 100 yards from the fence which
had been put in there by liamford oil-is employees in clearing the bottom.
Received,
Motion made anil carried that Sullivan & lliland have permission to con-
si tint a logging road across the
lohnston road Let ween sections 26
1 nd 27 also to cut and remove an
timber on Johnston road fronting s Id
. . Ions und pull out stumps 10
Btralghten out road -2 feet wide. All
J    lid work to be done under the su-
rvision of Coun. Murphy,
The reeve was instructed to have
���he map of he munlc pallty etched
and painted, and was also authorized
lo deal with plans of subdivision-*.
Tin- dirk was Instructed to write
1" the railway company and ask if
Lhe Council constructed a road to their
: topi tj if they would construct It
"in-., their property to tbe Blackle
Spit station, also to ask th. Q, N.
rallv > if they will allow land own-
��� ' to [nit tlood gatea on culverts under their tracks at South Westminster
I h.. Temporary Loan by-law was finally passed and the Liquor License
bylaw passed i's first and second reading
The following appropriation* were
made;
Ward 1. $100 for Hearing Hjorth
road, $60 for grading the North road.
$100 for ditching Town Line road, and
i.r.OO ft. plank for Laitiiner road.
Ward 2, $100 for clearing, grading and
(itching Quible road, $100 for the Roe.
1 uck road.
Small accounts umountlng to $327.65
were paued and ordered paid.
The Council then adjourned to meet
ain on April 3, at 1 o'clock p.m.
E. M. CARNCROSS,
C. M. C.
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every   order   placed   with ��������
us    means    a   satisfied   cu��- *.
tomer. T
OUR WflHK SATISFIES ��
.UK PRICES ARE RIGHT ���!���
Rates on work of any de_- ..
cription   or quantity   quoted -r
on application. "
Jackson & Morrison ��
Daily News Block. ..
Nev* Westminster. Phon. 388 .'.
��� ���
���t*'I"l"I"l"I"I"i"l'1 *i*v*i**v*r,*j**h*h,i-I-
NOTICE.
Take notice 1 bat 1, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, 11. C, farmer, intend to
apply 10 the Honorable Chi*,, Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing lease on the
following described land: Commencing at a p<iii on the e;_-;t shore ol
Zayas. Island, Port Simpson district
ain"_i a mile south of the mouth ol
Lak- creek, thence want across the
Island to the Bhore, tlwnce following
the shore   northerly,    easterly    and
SiiUlherl;.    to   Ilie   poin.1.   Ill'     cotl'iHii-IlCo-
IIX-TLt.
No, 2 lease.���Zayaa Island", Port
S-mpsoc district, Btauting at a post at
the southea 1 corner of No, 1 lease,
thence wi - .,.,,, the Island to the
shore,  thence    following    the    shore
southerly.       easterly       and       nortllely
around to the point of commencement,
C, w. PRESTON.
.Ian   28, lT'OH
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dtaitrs in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always- in Stock for Fencing and Dr
ammg.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New We��tminst.*
OK>*o*o*<-*��o**oo-so��_*o4a_"^*^ ���cc*oeo*-*>-*ct_
Foreign  Drafts
We sell   drafts at the  lowest   rates  on aii   the prindpa
points in Great Britain, Franc.-,  Germany,   Italy and all other
European countries, also oa an parts of Asia, Africa, Australls,    ||
New Zealand and Mexico.
Hankers'  money  orders  sold,  payable at  par       anj polirt    j
in Canada
Collections made at the  lowest   rate-.
Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Easterbrook Milling Company.
Eturne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
Imperial $7.00 per brL
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "
Terminal $5.00   "     *
McQuarrie & Co.lU)Vn AN"KKK" Si ^-
FRONT  STREET Nr>w  Westminster. Tel-phone It'
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Scientific American.
A h��n-i��.mol7 ton-tartX-weS-fr   __-_-!k__
L-l_llon .,(uii "-"-tiu-i-j���,"T.-|     *!����*/��
IK WW - 70-r, pO-t_i��<B____Ll,_r*35_i:-_-
_ll-���w_l>-ii.li>ni. w   I'W'lwIO.    -old bj
lfiS_.'^_&[|
A Little Good 6-
makes a bg, hoi _re��fc����J
of poor coal Bi iv- OUI i"  '
at ail.   h is economical n
ii  la   c\">"
our coal, because    II ��
i must 0**"
goes farthest, make!
leaves very little ash IM    .
no more  per  ton man   - ^
grades.    We deliver II '���
full    *''''"'
part  of the city.    I"11     ,,.
always.    Telephone ��"ir
to us.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home  Paper.
rr pays to advibtiH
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THE       DAILY
Westminster's Home P**
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MARCH 9, 1&09-
THE DAILY NEWS.
''AGE THREE
Cana
British Column.*
Service
-oast '..ina
Sri.
fcouv
^ra^R-aw.. c. Gran(j Trunk  Ry
Excellent Train Service Betwee,
Chicago, London,
hamiiton, Toroii^,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
TIME TABLE
LhCOUVER   VlCTOh.A   8EATTLEJ
fAN�� ROUTE.
Operative January   13.
Prints Victoria leaves \an-
0 p, in., going direct  to Se-.
pl  .Monday.
Royal leaves \ aucou-1
Money
saved is money earned. Thia is an
old and true saying. You can save
money ny coming here when you need
Furniture of any kind. We have a
great variety of New and Second hand
goods ef -very description. No roa'
ter what you need, about the be
or barn, come and see if you can >���> t
it here.    Your money will not be
Lost
IHEY CALL HIM "LADY"
AND SAY HE'S A STAR
Ragina Boasts at Least One
Good Lacrosse Player in
Taylor, a Centre Fielder.
if you   buy  from  us, for we can cer-
ou out   with  almost any-
cheaper than   any  other  place
of,
wo
" .    for Victoria daily, ex-  And a" lll�� principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL
i; charlotte leaves Van-1 TIME PROVINCES.
., m daily for Victoria,      ��Js�� to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
1 HnU,__r1__^?a__*:NCW *""��� S��ond-Hand Store
know
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTER Fo_
, t will leave Victoria for
ijew We-tmlnstetr ever." Tuesday.
I���,.  . New Westminster on  Wednesday
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
u. ,, .11  p.m.   1st,   lOtb
nj 20tb of each month for Clayoquot,
iosqu ., Harbor and way ports; 10th
ea ,;l for Quatsino and way
I .. , . ach month for Ahcuset,
La| a .- Scott and way ports.
VAM-ayOV-K-NAINAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
,    iver - p- ui- daily, ex-
.        .   .    Li ;i- ���������-  Nanaimo at   J
LASKA ROUTE.
Pri . ���������������.���     ��� ': ���"       '��� 1!'
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COAST MAIL  SERVICE.
.���   S3    \ ni'ii' :
ICth, April 2d.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SERVICE.
GEO.  W.  VAUX,
Assistant Gen'1 Passenger and Ticket i
Affent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. III.
Mail Service
Following are the hours cf despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given in
each case being thi b m- of closing,
whii h Is half an hour, as a rule, he-
tore the actual despatch, All mails,
unless otherwise stated, an despatch.
. ! and received d lily exc . I Sau.] ..
The only  mails di-, il and    re
ceived Sunday are the c. p, i;   south
and C. P, R, e u I mail
the   way   mails,    Sa]   ertou     i
Mi ������    nd Co [uitlam.
Just received--a shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, unibrellas, typewriters, und  light  automatic machln-
Alex. Speck
ColuiTloin
'Man   on   the Wheel
Priii
���
Mads Despatc
vim a.m,   i
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ni   d   ���
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i
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Polnl
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NEW WELLINGTON
O AL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
S :.' ���   -..]��� to
Mayers & Preston
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. 0.  _-.< 345, Phone 10
Regina, March 8.���W. S. Gray, man
��� of tie local branch <f the (Dominion Bank, has been appointed man-
agei to. the local lacrosse team, the
abllit*. of Mb, Qray aJong this line
cannot foi am moment he doubted,
Yesterday ''Lady" Taylor arrived In
I-'" 'na, and is now a contract player
with the hockey and lacrosse team oi
this cit.v    Taylor has  In-en recognized us th.. best all round player In lacrosse and hockey in eastern Canada
and two years ago figured on the professional   hockey  nam  of   Brantfora.
His fame a-s n centre man in lacrosse
"i h that If I ������ lives up to
im    then   ���*. iii he sometalng
In R. gtna, as far as he Is con-
���   during thi  coming season.
e Ta ill undoubtedly
tei ���      ' Ich wil] go after
the Cup, .��������� d   Ri   Ina citizens < an ex
eel   omething gi ed If he stil] main-
��� '       j  he did a
The woader-ul profrets of CaxuuU la illoitrated _y th* (act that the
-nest Cocoa ia the rcrU U _uUto then.
COWAN'S
PE-R-FECTION
COCOA
It the pureit and the best and ia fast becoming tbe heveraje
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO ���
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HOW  TO  OPERATE  a moving pictun   machine at  home.
How to rent or buy a moving pictu e machine,
How to make big money ai entertain tents and amusementi
Hew :,i obtain positions which pai lil .. ��� week,
How to become a finished operator.
We give in '.ructions that are   iv;. . re ting
We have the newest method of :���...��� ng I     mail
We send you on receipt of $1 00 . nst in tiona
We teach operators how to pa -���  il] . ��� ations
We represent the leading film ��� ���*,.!.. .
Remittances    to    Independent    Theai Ici        chai
l:.i ke  Building, Seattle,  Wash .
: Warden School of Operators j
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"The Milwaukee"
, nl 3d.
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it 7 a in.
- ���:������   ind mat I m
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i -1 ndent. ti letorl*
Iraternal Societies
.   LODtlE, NO.       .���
I
���    Ifi hall. Colu
,   M..!; : ..   evening
| ������'  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
INS OF  ENGLAND,   B.  S.���
���is Becond nnd
'i of i v b month,
. .-.���������       St., al
I lea..,. Degree, Foui th
L .i    nth, same
iHER    FRATERNAL     SOCIETIES.
Lodge, No. 9, A.
an i \   M . Kli :: Bolo non I
v   i    mi.I A. M.;   L. O, L.,
'-'>��� ii '  i.. No. 151)3; ( ouri
���������" l. o. F : C. O.
" minster,    No.   330;
I nf Ow' I,  Neat   No   29;
10. U, W.���FRAS.K  LODGE  No. S
I" M"   '      the first and third Tues
ach    month.       Visiting
���
���
.
���    i   ' ���' and  Hunt-
In Ion, : C. P   II
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and Bl ��� >:. x. k.
1  distrii
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:
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II:00 a.n
I
.
12:30 Tim-
nd   and S< r,   by
Friday),
'
2:00
_���   ... ���., h Pori   Guii hon,
v. ���    ',.i     !    md    ������ . Sun   u  .    daily
g Wo ��� Iw   . :.   Tui sday,
Th :r  I     and S via     ���'    C
::   ice."     (Sti .��� ston   mail
: nd  ������ ci In 1  via  Van
2:30    \i in.    Vani   n .*er    nnd    P
v. It. north.
4:00  Vani ouver and   B * i ;      lake,
vi.,   ii. c.   1 ;. ,   rie  railway.    Saturday
an - xiia mail is de patch, d  to   Vic-
vi.i Vancouv. r at this hour
Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.
s  points ��� aai and  -outh. \ i.i 0, N. R
-Fly.r.'-
2:30 p.m.   0 P. '���   ea8*. Sappi rton
prn ...  Mi'i, and Coquitlam.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Day Schedule.
mil:
���
w  W
...
I
Vancouvi r for
. 7   .     .   .
.1.'
.
ti Van
6:20, 6:50, 7:20 ani
.   ,  i-j ha thi
0 ' p.m.
��� ny Schedule.
'or   New
���  '" an 1 9:0 i a m
h iur    th ter    i
Sturgeon   Lake  oold  Fields.
Ad rices  ha ,-���    een    eceived
l ��� ���   ��� i      i   ' irand
:i Gold
���
'  ���
Sturgeon Lai ������ ��� tl easi
':. t   .'   i; and
dies wei
William     Then        a   ca i s
. ���
.   ;  ���   ��� ��� o tin
Held....    e       ii   lientlj
���
P. H ' . -,.. i
The   Pioneer   Limited,"     St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Lv.c."   Omaha     to
Chicago,     "South     West     Limited"
Kansas  City to Chicago.
i   ��� aii. ���    :i   ; I-   si :   i. e   on
:' i    In	
���
&  St.  Paul Rail
..
i - on all their train    -   I
tri ms   .    excel! mi ���     ol
Vive ! ���   i     v. hei.
il. S. ROWE, Gen. ra]   '
' SI    cor, Aid      P.   Hand   0
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   K,  OF   P.   HALL.
Eiglnn  and   Agnes   Streeis.
Moi ning, 10 to 12; aftei ni
��� ��� v:v. 7: 10 to 10.     \ .
.'a   Saturd i
.: inder
tl   I n     ...   'ii,     i .
n    il       p
\   '    :
-
Fraser River Service     penitentiary supplied.
...        .   v, ������ ii minster for Van-
.'.rn., and ' ���
hour ' ��� r until I": 00 p.m   La
D, J.  McQua *rie,  Loc���l   Manager,  N< ..
Westminster.
eports show tin   crude
opei al Ions thai    ��� ���   ��� ��� n hith-
,
i   ;      oi tatlon  facl i n ��� hai      yiel : - i
dingly   rich   returi
conducted   by   the   tw*o   mining
��� inies, wheh an opi i atini
-������  ., alues of i ���   ���. pi r ton.
need  miners claim  thai  the
- ' - are bei er       ������';- Stui
i. ii i   than In   the    Klondl
gold fields and ol In    n
i are prod o      eturns.
It   is  ���- ...in d  that i     it e: ci emeni
��� prevail - In Fori William and Port   Vr-I d       it 7  i
ih'ir over recent finds in the Stui -��� on  ���
Ramona
Vt New Westminster for Chilli
i .. :
'
.  ..
ii
wack on
THURSDAY
URDAY.
AND  SAT
Gi e.l
Northern  Railway.
Lv,
N.W.
-" a.m.; ar. Seattle i
1:1
Lv.
N.W.  ,
���
111
I.i
N.W.
: in a.m.; ar. S.
a.iu
Lv.
Seattb '
��� a .i : ar, .\\v. :; p
:.:.
Lv.
Si attl
p.m.;   rn-.  N.W. 9
.i.i
p.m
Lv,
s
��� '   10 p.m.;  ar. N.W. G
20
i 111
G. N
.  R.���Port Guichon.
No,  397
leaves     New  Westmlns
er
1:5
i p.m., .
.    Guichon 6 p.m. 1
i i-
lake distrii t, and  ��� an on   he
- .. fin ittle of nu
from  thai   district.
The Grand Trunl* P icltte railwaj
arranging   transportation   facilities   In
in tii'i ml li ii of the ' ush which Is i x
��� i. ,i to sei in shortly,
���'.���   it follow!]
.ii ij*,   Langley, Glen V il
Ru S  .     lab. Mi
il     ills    m,    ii.i  ���
��� -i
-    Chilli-
;'     i . an l Sun-
m.    Excel! nl    pa
Lowe i Fi'. i.'.'ut
1.:.'
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westmlnstel
. Invited to attend
I; v. o. U   W  hall. Odd
1 i larkson   .treei
JLiRT
V
i   .
I., '
IATEI
INAL
1   1 T_,   (No.  4099,
I'.  Friday
ck.   In   the
I.O.F.
in  the
bmall
ORDER
OF   EAGLES,
I
Meets every Tut
;   in. In the i. vi' ���'
reet.    \.   Clark,
Si cretary.
_D_��_-_.AI*   rEMHLAHS  OF  TEM
L .A," :     '   every Wednesday
! '   ' '    P.  in., iu  Oddfellows
eel
I80c,���t MC0TLAND  BENEFIT AS
CAM ^'ON. LORD OF THE ISLES
���ThiriT'J^-Moets on the Plrat and
Ol 'icy  month  in
Chiel w. Butherland.
I   ��� ��- F���Roya,  city  Loage.   No
lilfe
|":i''..i Streei
|at 8 o'clock
Mails   Received.
6; IE n.iu. in.line and Seattle, ln
eluding i.ll l'. S. points, ��� a 'ai. N. R
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.   Strawbi rry HH
I,-, courier (Tu: Jdaj and Friday).
8:20 .i in-   V incouvi     and   (excel
Tu.-ila.a i and \ Icl 8. C   Elei
uie railway.
;;;,,!  n 111.    11; i ruin > In in. by  courier
;  .,. p in.   Blaine and Seattle,   In
dmlin: all 0. B. poinU; also ail polnl
i :30 p.m- East Burnaby, by courlei
9:30 a in    Vancouvef and Victo
via Q. N. if.
10:00 to   11:00 a.m.- Ladner,  Pori
Guichon, Westham laland and (Tm
day, Thursday and Saturdaj i  V.
ward, via steamer Favourite. (Steve
ton despatched and received via Van
couver.)
12:30   to   l   p.m.-C.   l*.  R-   east,
, (Sapperton, Fraser Mills and   Coqutt-
."ol
JANITOR   ACCOMMODATED
BY CUT IN  HIS SALARY
liu. untie.   N   ..!.,   March   *      I homas
.M<��� 1111 \ re, a  janitor ��� mploj ed In <ui<'
of the public schools   has given  the
3choo] hoard :i shock by asking thai
days connections  by   10.10 a.m.|nis salary he reduced from |50 to $40
; New Westminster Tuesday and  a   month.    His  request   was  granted
': 15 Thursday. i without heated del.are.   Mclntyre sail
Leave Guichon 6:30 a.m., arrive N.j ,iM,  lu, considered $50 too much foi
\v. S:4a Fridaj  : al&o connection     -    the   ervice he gave the city.
:   Qulchon   Tuesday and	
lay.
$enU)n Approval
To RicsroNSim.B ProI'lic   ���-'
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GEM
,
.OalNTAi.
'���
A
V/>e Inh Pencil %*-
Your Choice ..f
$
16 a .iu.
l.v. N.W   ���' 20 nni., 3 p in., and 9:5i
! p ,,;   for Vancouver,
������ 8:35 a in.. I p in. am
Westminster.
FIRE   ALARM   BOXES.
\S .
IN--.:
3ARC
made
lam.
1:00 p in. Vancouver, Central
and Fraser Ann.
7:00 p.m Sumas   nil.
Still M'
OWS*   Hall
'   ' iy Friday evening
Visiting brethrfln will
���' 'come,   ti   a, c.illey.
'' i   Oa ���:���,. i' ,;. record- cludlngall '.'. S. poln?'< nnd :"-';
ln��8ecn | tween Huntingdon and New Wei.U-.a-
��outh; also Fraser
D  ��F TRADE
lie-
I -New  Westmin-
Tj!" mm, as follows:
Qil'i'r.    . '''     "f    *'nch     month'
.   ,ri"'''   ' tings
lrlu r s de
ster, via C.
Mills.
each
on   the
Ann ial
third,
"f   February,   May,!
1,1,1 NoTembw, at 8 p. ro.
"���eetlngs   on   the   third
" ,'.'��� V   ,,r   Wirnary.   Nnr
proposed   ond |
im...,,    '   monthly or quarterly
A' E, While, Sv
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOIfCINGS.
March 17���Kerry (low.
March IM. -Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Manh 34.- Harry Bere tord
April i   The Master Po* i
April _.   Marrying Mary.
April 7.- Blanch Walsh.
April 28    The Oingerbred Mftn
June  in.   Nai Qnodwln.
WH��N   GOING EAST
i ICKET AGENT
TO BEND vol' OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
.     .-.. Every Pay In the '������ u
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
rHB NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and Lest ideas
,,'���. COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY- H is lighted with i""11
electricity and gas; the most brilliant
|v Illuminated train In the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard lt> section sleep
ers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modern day
coaches and huffet, library and smoking ''���'������'8-
For   Time   Tables,  Folders, or  any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
\-..iniu.
6 Roya] Citj   Mills.
T Cai um von an I '!'��� m h,
S Royal Avenui    nd El hth,
9 Fifth A .vi . ��� h.
St, Marj     Hi spltal.
i : Si cond and  Pai k  Row.
' i Columbia and D fl
15 Sapperton
ir, Royal Colum
-.: Queen's  Avenue ..nd  Sl    h
2 I Third Avenue and S< cond.
25 Fifth Avenue and 1'ou-ih.
26 Fifth Avenue and EH [hth
27 Third Avenue an i T. nth,
32 Amies and BlXtb
::I   Schuai.e Machine Wi
35   Columbia and Mi K< n
36���C. P. K. Station,
���12���Small  <v   llncKlin  Mill-
These
Two
Popula-
Articles
-  lor only
Post
|in id
to am
nJlIresi
llluslr-lions ITj Exact Siza
Y.vt i v pl ii vi.ii.uil.. -I
full U Ki. Bi lid Gold   . ul
eu light lluii.l ill. iv I.,  hi
ill    cUlicl    iiiii    sl.unl,o 1
black opaque pattern, oi
N.'ii breakable rratupai
ent. u-a ilr-iinl. tithec In
|ilniu ur ensraved liniaii
U prcftiuil.
V��i nu try ilii,|...ii t wmss,
���   nOt 1.1.1 il li. I|.|.|.|a.ii.lr.|,
h l��n...   bui. li ll. ��ii you . .1 ..
Clin.   I..T   Hll.1 |  l i ...   una     i i . I ,|
mui in   miy ..ii.it m... i
..|llllt'l|      ,��l.af 11  la,     |	
.11.1 return u knd wtt i i
.on Il.ll'fur II.
Crr... ln r i. our f.n i
r>. .'.li��i-   "' -   lull   IV. ���
MB) >l.   |Mk | I.I In .ih, Bit)
'��   .a-ti.a    ll.     nny    | M   I ,,
i., :��� i . . ihopplnl Iniii " '.'������. ��'
Kli,   IDfll  nt  lii.t I Ii.    I l,li
ntnil     l,|rl.i.-)    fi.ia.l,    Trl.lhui.
nl. pniti-ld . iilr��iii.ril ml.ii.,
tm,   U.m  .Mill,   ritn.li      llrlml
I <>..>.*��. In..-   f..r   |' .ii       Airiaiit.
naM   w.iii. f... i.mi..   Km.
l-.l ...i fotftt        .1.1.1.-.
'��� Laughlan Mfg. Co.*
-'25    Mshiltlo Btdo .
**���'������.       'i lers   .ui Iressed  'Ins
���     ' Ql li lies.   Ottawa.'
. i s for Supplii s,
.. u    '.mui    Thursday,    . I
t es  deslr
Ini   oi    ipplli s. ti.
1910, for the follov*   i
I In   :  .    ns     imely:
(     Kingston Penlti ntiar).
St. Vii I .ml I'eiui. nti
I
.   Penitentiary,
1   i iln       i Pi niti muir...
Uberti i:     ���     .
Alia.
Sepai au   tendei -   will be   ret ���  i
lor eai be following clai 111
supplies:
I.    . ���
2. Coal   III
3. Ci.iiiwiii.il.
-I.        Hill:
Dr) Goods.
0.   Forage.
7.    Fresh Plah.
S.    Fresh Meat.
:i.   Groceries.
I".   Hardware.
n.   Leather.
12. Milk,
13, Oils and  Paints.
I i.    Pork  and   Huron.
ir,    portl u d  Cemi nt,
16,   Soli  Leather,
it.   Tinware
Details of ini'" mai ion as to form or
coinra.i. together with forma of ten
dv. win be furnished on application
to  the   ward. D8.
I All supplies are BUbJecl to thi
proval  of the  warden.
DOUGLAS STEWART,
GEO   W. DAWSON,
i     : ��� cton   Of Peillt- ntllines
i ii   .   menl of Justice, Ottawa, !���'���
man   .'7. 1909,
Ottrurt
MI/-II
TAKH
The White Pass
and Yukon f oute
for CONRAD, CAROR088, ATLLN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and Will
hanks D -i- (excepi Sands  I
ngers, mall, express and
freight connect   with  stages  at   Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter service,
K ��� m:'i im.ition apply to
i H ROOSR8, Trtifiu- Manager.
J Advertising and Circulation "'���
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Hom�� Paper.
The Daily News, New Westminster 10c per week, $1 for:. mos.   \
The Standard of Empire, London {ind Toronto, weekly $2 per year   $,
Sii-S.-iptioos and 4dverliseinenls solicited (or tiie above piibliatinns
CHARLES   E. SANDS, Agent
���J
P. O. Box 29 New Westminster Phone A22    ��
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THE   DAILY'   xN I   V
TUESDAY'^cHj���r
ist:
The Daily News
Published by 'I he Dally Ni w_ Pi ��1
inc. Company, Limi i     a
corner of Sixth and Fronl sue	
Westminster, B, C.
E.  A.  Paige.
.Managing  Director
V'^ON    ��-',A..
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TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1909.
PUBLICITY WORK IN B. C.
Some of tbe Interior cities are scl-
liug an example io ine ioast iu their
votes for puDliicity work this year.
This is particularly commendable hai
ing regard to tlie fact that the district
from which tbey gam their subscriptions, or depend on lor assessment in
'li--* circumstances of public votes is
Si aller than on the coast.
Revelstoke is voting $1000, and the
Okanagan Hoard of Trade has a-sked
the Vernon council for $500. These
boards have determined to take full
advantage of the vauous exhibitions
which ure being held this summer, and
feel the call .should not le confined
to their members, but should fall on
the ratepayer,
Here iu this city an application has
been presented to the council for a
vote of $iino, towards a publicity com-'
mlasloher's salary, and though the
council have not passed ou the matter
the answer given the deputation from
the board of trade was not very promising, The reason given was financial!
embarrassment, and while the city is
saving money it is to be feared the
smaller towns    will  get ahead,    The;
��-',l'3  Excuse.
When I' ��� rportl Morgan aili \ on
the Celtic to Nv a - ��� was
made al Pontn I >i Igada, in tho
Azores, and thence a deputalloi
came to call upon the magnate.
The talk during tho reception
turned to music, und n lady aske i
Mr. Morgan if lie had ever heard
the Gregorian music thai is sun;;
in tho Sistinc chapel at Rome.
"1 have," sakl Mr. Morgan.
"And how did you like it?" the
lady asked. "Those chants, yon
know, are said I" be sung io the
tunes which were used in David's
time."
Mr. Morgan smiled.
"I could never understand till
now," he said, ''why -Saul throw hi*!
javelin at  David."
The Mohammedan Oath.
Of nil tha many forms of taklnjc tha
oaih used In the courts perhaps the
most picturesque Is that which tlie Mo
hammodan ls required to take. It Is ,q
silent ceremony. The son of luiain
places his right hand flat upon the
Koran and puts the other on his forehead; then he brings his forehead down
to und In contact with tho hook, lit-
then raises himself and looks up steuil
lastly for some sacouds. The officer of
tbe court should then -though he sometimes forgets this���ask the Mohammeid
an, "Are you bound hy the ceremony
you have performed to speak th*
truth?" and the answer Is, "I am." Ir
india the ceremony has been abolish
��d In favor or nn affirmation.
Idle  live...
No Idle life  'i'" produce a real man
i   I      ol "    calls out only the ef
feminate, ' i-uctlve qualities. Tin
Creative forces are developed only i>.,
stern endeavor to better one's condl
tion in the world.-Success Magazine.
i .noice
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nun
Johnnie   S i)'
['In-   Lid.
pa, ".'.-hn was Pandora'
Corner   I IgH
ino    i-'ltth Avenue
1      Pandora, my son. way t \
Johnnie
little girl ' ' started n lot of troubU
hecause she ' ''���'< keep tbe lid down.-
Princeton TIser
"GET   THE   HABIT,
Paste It Up!
SPECIAL   TODAY���CARTER'S
WATER-WELL  PASTE, only
I'HONfe    l.l,
OOWELL  4      iDUv     Proori-ro.-i,
J. I^MIEY
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raciurer  of
Minera;   Waters, Etc.
Ae��*ai^d Water*,
PER JAR.
Family  tra<:
rel. 113
NEW    Wt-
.   specialty.
Office   tight str..i
'ViMSTER.   8.   C
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the sam
NOTICE.
Wednesday  and  following days,
tistic display of  Ladies'  Pattern Hats
and  models from our own workrooms.
We cordially invite you to be pies nt.
Of Application  for Wharf and  Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of th.
, Fraser River at New Westminster,!
B. C.
CIVILIAN   RIFLE  ASSOCIATION,
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
LOCAL   NURSERY.
Secures   Large   Order from   Kootenay
Fruit Grower.
Tl
Ltd.
e   Fraser  Valley
for which James
Nurseries  Co.,
Natural   I-Eiotijfh.
They say tbat Bradley goes on lien
toad   since    lie   Inherited    his    vsu*'
wealth."
"What does he do?"
"Oh,  he acts like one poiwessistf. ".
Lipplncotfa.
battle is not always to the strong. This	
city has the best waterfront in British Generally tbe purchase of a book !��
Columbia, and with the early promise nlutaken for the acquisition of its oo_>
of  the dredging  of lhe channel,    its   t*n-~~Sc_opo_haw_r.
position   will   immeasurably  improve,' 	
hut the Hood of migration, unless
sometuing is done along definite
lines, may pass through other channels
leaving Westminster and the neighboring municipalities high and dry,
Good  work  has   been done  in   the
past  few  months   under  discoiirag.ug
circumstances, however it is au earnest of the work which might be   accomplished with   adequate   funds.    A
systematic canvass of the middle west
is the factor required, as from tner.
can be brought the best settlers, not' *    :     ""'"'
only from ihe Canadian but the American side.   We do not think much good
will result   from  direct  advertising at
-j".-ittle in view of the competition ot
the   agricultural   districts  of  eatsern
Washington, but indirectly much good
may  result   from   the  advertising  arranged, and projected.
We hope the council will, amid the
mulitude of calls made on it for spending the people's money not turn a
.leaf ear to the deputation, which has
already waited  on  it.
Notice  is hereby   given   that   I   tin
undersigned, . . .viercer, of the City ol
New  Westminster,  B.  C, Contractor
Annum   meeting    will     be  held inj having a));.lied  to His Excellency tht
Board of Trade rooms on Tuesday, th- Governor-in-Council   lor   the   approva
16th at S:00 p.m.     All members and ��f a certain si... for the construction
Gordon's Dry Goods House
MISS CUP.LE  IN CHARGE
intending  members are invited to be
present
W.  NELSON,
Secretary.
TENDERS WANTED.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon cn Saturday, March 20th, 1909, for the purchase of legal subdivision four of section sixteen, township eight, east of
the coast meridian, containing forty
acres.      This land is situated on the
Compton is ther Hall's Prairie road. 1  1-2 miles from
of a wharf and marine slip situate or
the north shore of Lulu Island on tin
North Arm of the Fraser River have
deposited with the Honorable the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
plans of said wharf and slip way
which I propose to construct ou land
covered with water, lying north of and
adjoining sub lot 12 of lot "A" of lot
ToT, group one, New Westminster District, together with a description of
the proposed site described by meles
and hounds; and have also deposited
a duplicate of each in the office of
the   Registrar of  Deeds  for  the  said
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local agent, has contracted  an order  the New Westminster-Clulliwack Elec-  District of New Westminster, in which
for 4000 apple trees to Swan Swanson
for the spring of 1910. The company
will send an expert to superintend the
planting and also guarantee the name
, Mr. S.van-
.s)hn is preparing to run a 40-acre orchard for commercial purposes.���Ci --
ton  Reiew.
trie railway, and 1 1-2 miles from the-pDlsttr'ct  the work Is proposed to    be
village of Cloverdale.      Terms, ca*3ii.Iconstructed;   in   accordance   with   thi
The highest bidder or any lender uoi   requirements  of  Section    7    of    thi
necessarily   accepted.       For   further "Navigable   Waters   Protection   Act,
particulars apply to r'��i'   U5, R ��� 1906
H. ROSE.
Secretary Surrey Agricultural Association. Surrey Centre.  II. C.
Dated at  New  Westminster,  B.  C
this 30th day of January. A. D. 1909.
K. MERCER.
CHOICE! BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
McMKNEMY & ANDERSON       Columbia St,
THE CO'JMRY  HOUSE
1       Ho..in      A|,:i,t      limi      Miouhl
K nin, ii  ni, the  "Ollli-o."
The  must  privately  conduct ed  honif
mils' communicate with Increasing fre
quency with the world outside.   Tln*
eool man. the Ice man. the ���.iiitoinohil��
repair simp must  be upbraided or en
joled.    Reports musl be reviewed, ac (,---
COUnts   kept,   bills   examined   and   tin-   TM
lenders   occasionally    Heated    with    a   fSCt
check, From a room removed from CW
the rest Of the house one must ipenll h/1
with the railway station, settle with ��Ja
the expressman or deliberate with tbe UJ
chauffeur or coachman, for uoue of pJ-t
these things should disturb the tran {Sy|
qullllty of the home or the eipianamlty Mj
sf guests, ir the bouse is to minister ____���
|o nil the act'- ition of a borne it is
high time that space be devoted to this
mechanism of living For want of fl
i.citer term n room devoted to such n
purpose niny be called the "office" of
the In.use. Here the. telephone stands
on a table tbat bean also the ml?
cellaneons utensils and printed matter
that are always wanted in a bouse
when they cannot be found. Here art-
cookbooks, gardening books, diction
arles, time tables, While a few old
plates, n cast v two. lilts of Dresden,
water colors aim a few cherished pho
togrnphs relieve an otherwise hum
4ruin collection of necessities. Here
arriving pan-els nre placed and tb��
dully mail opened. Mysterious cupboards there nre ami drawers with
locks that work.   Indoors ami Out
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Spring
I Shoe
I Styles
" For Men
in our lines of men's shoes we  show  every style leather a d last  known   to   the
best makers of men's shoes.     Every pair
has the lit, the wear and the style that contributes to a go d shoe and a pleased cii tomer
-very man In town to make li his particular business to see our handsome spring shoes.
We want
WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you trouble?
so bring the watch to us and we will put it ingot
order, and makeit NOT ONLY RUN but also KEEP 1
ACCI"RATE TIME.
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The Jeweler
COLUMBIA   STR-LT,    NEW  WESTMINSTER,
^ole agent for the Longlnes and Hamilton  '.. i
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
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EXTENSIVE  DISPLAY   OF
W
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FOR SPRING
Our stock ol .Men's Negligee and   Stiff-Bosom    Shirts ;:'
every way. comprising all the popular shades of Oreen  Gr.)  v��'r-
Brown, light and dark Blue, with   tunc..-  overcheck  oi Mr'}
have small Bpot or aeal floral design,   Thej are ma ���
lu-ic and  French Zephyr cloth, the good washin
are
$1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.50
FIRE ALARM  BOXE8.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvou aud Tflnth.
8���Royal avenue und Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia   and   Dufforln.
15���Sapperton
211���Queen's  avenue and   Shth.
24��� . ...id avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  av��-��iie  and   Fourth.
86���Fifth avenue and eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
".'.'��� Agnes and Sixth.
: i    Bchaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie
7.F.--C. P. R   Station.
4_---Sm;.!l & Burklin Mills.
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/SPRING F00TWEA
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For Ladies
Wi
: want every woman to know about the excellence and goodness of our new spring shoes.     When tinman comes here for shoes wo offer her no guesswork styles, but the best woman shoes that the coun
try  produces.      OUR SPECIALTY, women's $2.f.O to $8.50 fin- shoes,   Patent  leathers,  etc.
03
is
Nobby Hats for Spring.
Vou will limi ier,. a large and w ll selected Btock ol i        rlngHM
all iii" late t  siyi..    md    ha   -. in Sofi nnd Haul i:
ing shad,    of Oreen,  l.i-lii F   'n   and   Orey   arc   verj '
have all the  i-st English and Vmerlcan makes at prii
most shrewd buyer.
$2.50 to $6.00
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  COLUMBIA ST.
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Si^n of the Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE    HOUSE
House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
B, C.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai the
partnership heretofore subsisting between a. Hardman, a. James aud J.
��� MeClugan, carrying on business as
hardware merchants in th ��� city ol
| New Westminster, in the Province of
! British Columbia, under thi stj le ol
' Hardman and Co., has bei n d ssolved
' by mutual coiisi.nt nn of the third day
ol' March 1908,     'l he . u Ine    In n to
fore carried on by the said firm i
Hardman Ai Co., will now be carried
on by the said A. James, and J, MeClugan, and ill! debts owing t<, the
said partnership are to be paid to the
said .\. James and -���
all claims against the
an-  to bo  presented
James and J. MoClugnn
ame will be Bettled. -(.i
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Dat.-d al New  wem
this lib daj of March, A-
A. HARDMAN.
A. JAMES,
J. McCLUOHAN'  ���
THE       DAI
Westmins.<*r's
��������������������������������������������������������������������� �����������������������������������������������������������*v*v����<.��)i��:; TUESDAY,. MARCH 9, 1909.
Tni  DAILY
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PAGE FIVE
Bf*'
New Models in
Royal Worcester Corsets
T. H. Smith
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Corsets.
In D. & A.
New  Models
Off With the Old
On With the New
.[���;,,. .righi sunny days are not very far away.     Already evidences of
(li(H. -dv, llt are in -sight.    inen winter goods and clothing must give
w,y for spring attire.     We are supremely   ready  to  cater  to  your
, direction and invite   you    to  inspect    our  broad  and
comprehensive display of ready-to-wears.
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E. Steer.,- was fined $7.50 in the police court yesterday l'or an assault on
a Chinaman.
!
Fales line building on Agues street
| is the besl adapted furniture house in
British Columbia. **
The Amlcitla  whist club will m<?et
i this evening at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. ,1. S. Bryson, jr., Ash street.
Another Shipmen? of Ready-to-Wears
From Germany
Vt . ve just received direct from tbe manufacturer In Germany, ton-
cases of ready-to-wears including new black silk suits, silk coats, and
children's and misses' reefers. This shipment is well worth a special
vM aa the stunning new creations have to be seen to be properly
appreciated.
Hill. Coats from $25.00 UP
Silk Suits  from 125.00 UP
Children    Reefers from $ 3.00 UP
Misses' Reefers from $ 350 up
See our stock and we can convince
you the only place in the city to buy
)'.ur Housj Furnishings at tumble
down   prices is  at
^ifiTTiraC
[Oil Cl.Oi -
.
A m. ��� ting of the executive of the
'���' ''  ���' ' Ion will be held in the
Liberal club rooms at eight o'clock
this evening. when business of Importance is Iii be discussed.
For linoleums and carpets go to W.
E. Kales, furniture dealer, comer of
Agnes and  McKenzie sis. -     ***"
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THE   RELIABLE
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SNWR-*^
Kales for furnitur.
lars.
and  save  dol-
**
Mayor Keary went to Victoria yes-
Owing to the outbreak of small-pox
in Nanaimo, the (irand Lodge of the
A. 0.  I'. W. which  was to have met'g
in that city, has decided  to  meet in a
furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Library.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT  CALL 81.
*o*o*o��c*o*co#o*o.
A SNAP IN GLORIA SILK
UMBRELLAS.
|2 ,, , lIui ' for $1.50���Ten doz-
on Umbrellas, 26-Inch frame
Gloria silk covered, with tapea
edges, a really good Umbrella,
going  for    51.50
11.25   Umbrellas   for $1.00���23-
Inch inline, Gloria covered barrel opener, regular $1.25  for
 $1.C0
A  SNAP DRESS GOODS
AT 50c.
Ten piece- brand new self-
colored French mirage clotn,
with stripe effect, 42 inches
wide, very suitable for summer
suits and dresses. On sale
for 50c
terday in connection with the amend-! Vancouver instead, the ��ittings being
ments   to  the  charter   now   passing' held on Wednesday.
through the provincial legislature. ...
Have you tried Runacre s noted sau-
For first-class cut Bowers and   any  sages?     A trial solicited.     216 Sixth
Mud    of    Floral      work,      telephone} street. �����
Davles' Greenhouse. B208. **
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NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
Wallace   Morris,   charged   with   as-i,
has   sault on an inmate of the provincial
um.   came   up   before   lhe   police  *.
vl vacai   v ilienated crown 18" i  magistrate yesterday.   Judgment was\X
reserved.   11. L. Edmonds prosecuted|5
and G. K. Martin  defended. j
The    provincial    government
given notice of its intention to reserve   ^gyli
on Lulu Island.
NEW HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST.. ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE, TWO LOTS  REASONABLE TERMS.
Furniture bought from Kales will
last; the quality is there and the
prices are right. **
John Rice arrived under police es- j q
The Fraser
i cort last    night from   Nelson, li. C.
iver  Mills  received a| Rice was sentenced to serve two and!
large    wood    turning    macb'.ne fi">"J   a half years in the B. C. penitentiary
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
MONEY     TO    LOAIN
Seattle    yesterday.      New    '
machinery are arriving daily
<*<-es  Of, by   .Magistrate   E.  A.   Crease   for  carrying a concealed  weapon.
! J*0*0K*0*0"KX.*O-K.*0e-C��<-*0O*
Some Exceptional Offerings in Table Linens
J2.25 Linen Table Cloths for
J1.35���Size 06x66, neatly hemmed, nice border, with floral
centre effect, good quality linen.
On sale for    $1-35
|2.50 Table  Cloths  for $1.50���
The steamer Ophir arrived in port j rt a���ua appearance is an lnvalua de
yesterday morning with a cargo of asset, not a luxury, out a necessity.
Chinese   merchandise,   brought   from  ning up j.278 ana let us renovate your
clonic.-.      i.o.ni C-ty Dye Won..-      **i
| Hongkong to Victoria on the steamer
Keemun.
Aliout 2 yards square in magnificent floral effect; heavy permanent mercerised finish; no
dressing; well worth $3.00; bordered on 4 sides and neatly
hemmed: ready for use. On
sale at $1.50
A Drive in Hemmed  Table Napkins
25 dozen Napkins to be cleared at $1.25 per dozen; size 20 by 20;
hemmed ready for use, very pre tty floral effect, regular $2.00 values
for per  lozen $1.25
Some Genuine Bargains in Victoria Lawns
tnls Victoria Lawn, 42 inch   wide,   beautiful   soft  make,   at   12
for $1.00
���uls Vivtoria Lawn, 12 inc hes wide, at 12 l-2c per yard, or 8 yds.
for $1.00
f���
As Rev. Or. T. Wardlow Taylor was
For table decorations aud   wedding' confined to his home on account of
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up    Tidy, I ...    _    . .  .
.     _,    , .   ,-_ -.      Illness last night, his lecture emit ed
the Florist, 1S4. **    I.
Scotland in  Her  Days  of Reforma-
K. .1. Hart &  Co. will shortly openj tion," which was to have been dellv-
another office in Vancouver; this will ered    at    St  Stephens    Presbyterian
make the third office- cf the Westmin-  church, was postponed.
ster  Trust  Co.,  their other branches,
at Vancouver and Chilliwack doing a I The Women's Own Bible class of
good business. To assist in insur- Queen's avenue Methodist church will
ance and real estate business, the firm] mo,,t tonight to diacusa business mat-
has  placed about  26 local  agent* in   ters In the schoolroom of the church
250 YARDS WHITE   SPOTTED     MUSLIN   AT   10c   YARD.
the district.
The Misses Connor and McQuarrie,
milliners, of 261 Columbia street, are
holding their first Spring opening on
Wednesday and Thursday of this
week. The latest fashions and styles
from Paris, New York and Portland
will be on view and tor sale. All ladies of New Westminster city and district cordially invited to attend.     ���"
aftir which a sociable hour will be
spent and refreshments will be
served.
Bargains both in value and price at
W. E. Kales, the big furniture store,
corner of Agnes and Mcnenzie .-i.-. ��* I
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Order Your ..
Bran,
Shorts,        Oat Chop,        Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn,        Whole Wheats
Oats,       Wheat Flour for Bread and Pastry
Graham Flour, Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets, Etc., Etc.
ALL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 Columbia Street.      P.   O.   Drawer 100.
���~���---.--j
Phone Q7
John   Jolnu
on   has
A Unique Offering in Real Irish Lawn
tl     irchase of 36-inch Real  Irish   Sheer   Lawn,  Grass  Bleach  \i
���   distinguished from pure linen; permanent finish.     Regular if
On sale at, per ya rd    20c I
T. H. Smith     j
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear I
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For Post Card Collectors
ji:
:a Ml)���2000 large range, beautifully col ired views of
wers, Amphitheatres, Cities, Classic Rome, Venice
��� i, Nupoli, Pompeii, Sorrento, Taormina, Capri, Dres-
���.
J. j. MacKay & Co
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I n ���������
FRUIT GROWERS' TREE SPRAY
ENGLISH  BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED   LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA  CHIPS
ARSENATE    OF    LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   GRASS
SULPHUR
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
9       ��� ' Headquarters  for   Spectacles   from   50
Stationers News Dealers     .
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��     trie Railway Service!
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Interurban Line.
for  Vancouver   and
��� '.I  run every
!50   a.  in.
llli-
car |
way
half
Lasi
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Vancouver at
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty m>��*
utes after, and fort* mint':'''*
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton   Line:   Car    leave
Bl  ten  minutes after the hour,
minutes n""'
"   depot   every
for ! oth  Sap
half past and fifty
tne hour, commencing
n. m.
it 6:
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Sunday service haU-hon
tween S:30 a. tti. nnd U. P- '���'
���oltimbia E.ectric Ry. Co., ^ o
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPT ION
DRUGGISTS.
-Hard t-lock. New Westminster.
purchased   the
Deita noui from J. fi_acr_en_ e, taking  WJier)  you W'll.t
possession yesterday uiternuon.     ine ���_____.
new o��uer ....-> ..ad u i_ug . a,., . i ...
lu  lae liolel  UUblUesS,  UaVliig  uccu as-
.-^....t.a.   .. ..ti   .,ii'.   \,, si  ill   ihe  u.uu-
i>_.'....... of me Alexandra uoiei, \au-i
couver, and also u&ving cunuucit-j hotels iu Calgary .md elsewhere,
A   u.o   and   a   hall-ton   water   lan..
tame oy uie ureat No.the.n lro.ii \ a..-
couver for the w. K. Vanstone Plum
ing company last nigut, who win ship
il to A. J nope, Lang.ey. Being uuili
too big to ship ou the boats, it will be
towed to its destination by a gaso-
I'm, launch. Tbe tank ja io be used
lor storing water,
John A. Pearson, a resident of Tap-
pan, was brought before Reeve Evans,
of Salmon Arm, on Information laid
by Henry Calhoun last week. On ex-
auiiiiati. n it was found he was insane
Ile will be removed to lhe asylum at
Westminster. Pearson has been acting strangely for some time and was
considered dangerous to be at large.
Of late be has been reading spiritualistic literature, and has been known to
pull a gun ��n several parties.
The management of the British Columbia Electric Railway company ha_
held an official test of the Touianson
couples which was so satisfactory that!
It has been decided io place the
equipment on the freight and passenger trams of ihe concern ln place or
the present link pin and bar equipment. The Improved coupling is now
in use in many cities of the i nited
States and has Biven satisfaction.
The coupling is done automatically
and the connecting link between the
cars is of an extension type which allows of cars being taken around
curves without difficulty.
Captain Bruce, with a party of Interested persons, visited the wrecked
Favourite On Saturday and decided to
raise the engines, but the hull being
so badly broken it Is not considered
worth raising. Captain Bruce i�� the
chief shareholder In a new company
being formed to build a larger boat
than the ll-fated Favourite, which wil
have a speed of 16 knots and Will be
equipped with a lirst-.lass p ssen-
ger and freight accommodation. The
new boat will take the down-river run
in opposition to the Transfer and will
carry the mail now being taken by
the J. C Bruce.
GROCERIES
B. C. cream, large can 2 for 25c
St. Charles cream, large can, 2 ;or25c
Jersey cream, large can, 2 for . - ..25c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can  10c
Assorted Jams, regular .-rice 25c bot.,
3 for 50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.   1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICcS.
ADVERTISE
Adams & Deans
THE   NEWS
ANCE
Have you ever thought of the many chances
of losing your property, time, or life, through fire
or accidents or other causes, and of the comfort
and material value an Insurance Policy would be
to you or those dependent on you on such an
occasion?
I can give you a Policy for any kind of insurance at a less premium than others charge, and
would like to have an opportunity of quoting rates
to prove this to you.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
22.  COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62.
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
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A LITTLE NONSENSE.
The   Meetmc   cf   an   Englishman   and
an   Irishman  In   New  York.
An Englishman arriving in New
York and being a stranger met an
Irishman on the street and, ap-
proaching him, in<|inred the way to
Wall street. The Irishman told him
and was about, to pass on when the
Englishman said:
"Now, will -you fell me how to get
to Central park? I have heard so
much about it in London."
The Irishman told him that also
and was about io go when the En-
gli.-hman stopped him again nnd
i-aid:
"Now, me good man, being as i
am a si ranger, I would like to ask
one more question. Will you tell
me how to get to the subway?"
The Irishman again informed
him, and, being impressed with his
manner and naturally curious, he
asked whom he had the "honor" of
addressing.
The Englishman answered:
"Why, ] am lhe Tion. Lord Chancer of London, England���Knitrht of
the Oarler. Knight of the Crown,
Knight nf (he Fleece arid Knight of
the Bath���and now, pray tell me
who you nre, sir."
The Irishman drvlv replied:
"Oh, [ am Pai Muldoon of IIo-
boken���last night, tomorrow night.
night before last and every other
bloomin' night, sir."���Judge's Magazine of Fun.
What  Could   He  Expect?
"See here." growled the patroi
in Iho . heap ri staurant, "this coffee*.-    ��� Id!"
"Dat g< '-" retorted the polite and
intelligi nl t< nclant "Well, dis is
a qui int. so if de coffei
wnz hoi yi - couldn't drink it in n
hurry.'*- n Transcript.
TO ADVERTISE CRANBP.00K.
Reorganized Board of Trade Will Carry   on   Vigorous   Campaign.
Cranbrook, March 8.���A large   and
enthusiastic meeting of the citizens ot
Cranbrook was held last week to re-
rtj-fiainize the hoard of trade of this
city. The unusual interest manifested
was due to the fact that the people
of Cranbrook realize that the demand
for land for fruit culture is growing by
leaps and bounds, ami hundreds of
letters are coming to this city from
teople who are anxious to know more
about the country,
F. E. Simpson, editor of the Herald
wa.-, elected president, Dr. J. W Hul
led'^e. vice-president, an_ ... "flf. Aid
sen secretary-treasurer, a .st:cii;4
ex -utive eomm'ttre wis elected The
cimpalgn for Cranbroo-* and ('ran
brook district will be foliowed up w' h
intense vigor during th - ctmlnj? year
FALLEN   METEORITE   BRINGS
MANY CURIOUS VISITORS
BOWLING
The schedule for the second series
of the business league has now been
drawn up, and is as follows:
March 10���Real Estate vs. R. <j.
Mills.
March 12���Hardware vs. Grocers.
March  13���Hardware vs. R, rj. Mills.
March 17���Carpenters vs. Real Estate.
March 19���Real  l.state vs. Grocers.
March 22���Grocers vs.   R,   rj.   Mills.
.March 24���Hardware vs. Carpenters
Marcil 26���Real Estate vs. H'dware.
March 30���Carpenters vs. It. <j.
Mills.
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PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train l'or
Seaiile will leave daily at 9.13 am;
train for all points East at 3.20 p.m ;
train  for Agasslz at  5.42  p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
���ileepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
NOTICE.
New Westminster   District.
District of New Westminster.
Dayton, .March S. -Many people havel
visited the Kennoyer ranch, near Dayton, where the meteorite fell several
days ago,   Several pieces of stone, believed to be pieces nf the meteor, have
been  brOUghl  to  Dayton,    There is no1
doubt thai  the meteorite was a large
one.    The cliff where  it  struck    was
penetrated  to a depth of several feet. |
and   boulders    six   feet  across    wen-
hurled several feet.    I.imi s ten Inches
|i  diameter were   torn   from  trees   in
the  vicinity.
Tak,- notice, that Harriet Ford, of
Pitt .Meadows, II. ('., occupation married lady, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southeast corner of Lot
1020, ilnnee wesi 2" chains, thence
south SO chains, thence east IS chain-
mi.re or less to Agamemnon Channel,
iiieni e northerly along the shore to
the point of commencement, containing li'.O acres more or less.
HARRIET FORD,
M. 1.. GORDON, Agent
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning   Paper.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, \ew Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass.   \gt.. Vancouvor.
Telephone 54.
Wing Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material   you   want    I'm
suits made to order.    Perfect  lit guar
anteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
p. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
Regulations,
Any available Dominions ,a,
In the railwaj belt i��� ,/"=��-
I^maybeh,,;,^^^^
!**> 1" the sole ^***��*,
any male over 18 year8.. [as%,��
: extent of one-quarter    '^l*
'seres, more or less
Entry must be made
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^e local land office fori
:*hich the land is situate   ;> ;
; proxy may, however, be marto '' *��
j tain conditions I')' the fatheV^
: Graniteware :
.lu.-: arrived -Full and complete stock Graniteware, in all the very
newest designs, and at the lowesl   possible   pries.    Call   in  and   In-
iect our stock;  no trouble to nhow same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
t-ict Locomotive.
Mrs.   ' foodkind- So   ������ ��� i
nre ar
engini ��� r and can't gel a job in thin
town! \1 i ��� hy don't vou go tt
80]
Tuti. red. ������- I < an't, mad
am.   Yi a -tat   oary engi
neer!���Wi    ... - [Ion ' < ompanion
A loiitn..lon of N'aniea.
Although   Scotia   is   now   known   to
mean Scotland, i'. once was the name
of Ireland.   Two centuries before the
birth ��� isl Ireland was known to
��� icn, i Inesnr called
it Hi! er: ��� did ;,;. , Ptolemy iu bis
map of thi l island, Tt is said the
Phoenicians first gave Ireland the name
of Hibernia, n I   -roby "iitmosi
or  lasi   hi bitation,"   for   beyond  thai
land iv -i .   v  the  Pl -ians nevei
i ��� i.i:'' f  voyages.    Toward  tlie
dei lil f thi Unman empire the coun
'try i he called Scotia, a name
retained by the monastic writers until
the . levi nl' ,. ��� tury, when the unme
Bcotfti   huvii     ��� ass-d to modern Scot
land, the ml. leni name of Hibernia be
gun tn Be ir.  n used.
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Fourth Avenue and Marioi Street
SEATTLE
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I   JAMES & McCLUGAN   I
RATES:
Room
$1   per  day  up.
Poem
and   board   $2.50  per  day up.
r-oom
with   bath  $2.50 per  day   up.
Room
with bath nn ! bo-.rj $4 per day
Sole Agents
Al] outside rooms, wit]   hot and
��� atei      earn heat, lor ���   I     ince te
phone. 'Bus meets all I
J Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster 1
ty A.  JAMES. j.   McCLUGAN. I
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;son, daughter, brother oi
; Intending homesteader. "^
The homesteader is require     ,
;torm the conditions coS^
iwlth    under   one   0, the  ^\
plans: m*% I
in    At !e,v    ���    ,,,.,
upon and cultivation of the land 1
each yoar for I ,rs
(2)   If tie fathei (or mother mu
father is deceased),   0.' tht '���
^--ader resides upon , .Jr_ , *
vicinity of the land entere.i k A
requirements ,.
satisfied by such , |
the father or mi
'  I    It the settler h 1
<:.    ���  Idence
. him in iln . I
Btead, ihe requln |
���    e maj  !������
upon tbe said I
months' notli. I
be given to the C< I
��� . Lands al
���  r patent
i iL.���Coal minli
'leased for a period .
i
il     i annual n . I
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to ,,.,,.
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CARLETON  GILBE
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NORTHERN   CROWN   EANK.
 I   ol   tl -   Result  of  the Business  of the   Bank  For the  Year   Ee
31st    D_cember.    1903.
ADVERTISE  IN   THE   NEWS
THE HOME        P-?*.:
the P
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The     Daily    News
10c
"Al
I     'ii re  Sn orlng*.
net,"  said  au editor,  "1
once i, ���   I-., ji rome make n
speech on -:. i iv l remember thai it
eu led witl ilie-e words: 'To cure
snoring, it is advised that a piece of
so.i,i i>e dr. . j. i. into the mouth of tht
snorer Th. oil in the soap will lubricate tin . aud other Latin
parts of the thn nt. This remedy must
be applied with caution; otherwise the
������.uiirer wil :.i ��� and lubricate the
floor with lhe persou who dropped in
the snap.' "
',*. or-hlp ti Deux.
When I Man Swift was called to the
living ...;' Lorncor he inaugurated the
custpm ol reading prayers ou Wednesday ami Friday. At the first Wednesday service he waited in rain for any
one to i ppear except his clerk Roger
At leugth he began, "Dearly beloved
Roger, the Scriptures moveth you and
n... in Riindrj pli i es," and so proceed
cd i" the end of tbe service.- Harper*!
Weekly.
A Dramatic Child.
.Then nry sun was two or three yenrd
old he ivn.i seated Ic bis high chair at
the mbls -sting corn batter cakes and
i ��� es, of "hlch he was fond. Aft
er entlng <is mai y cal.es as were good
foi . mi >-������ was told In- could have no
more, heaving a great sigh,' be took
the plate in both hands nnd licked all
lh<- tnoiassci off, Then, looking steadily at the plate as he held it up before
him. he said seriously, "1 ain't gol no
more use for yon," and threw it back
ove his bead tn the door, where if
broke- to pieces-   Chicago Tribune.
Russian Jurymen.
The moat incredible stories have been
told of Russian Jurymen.   Thus the
foreman o_ a jury declared be would
not Bend a poor fellow to prison because it happened lo lie his (the juryman's) birthday. Another jury had
agreed upon �� verdict of guilty when
the churcli bells began to rim;. They
revised their verdict because a holiday had bi'jrun. A burglar was allowed
to go free because the man whom he
had robbed bud refused to lend him
money. Thl-* In the opinion of the Jury
*wn<< n <J!f��_t Incentive tn crime.
Warned.
Minister's Wife (to ber hushnnil)-
WIII yon he'p me to put tbe drawing
room carpet down today, dear'/ Tbe
room is beautifully clean. Mlnieter
(rexnlloiisly)- All. well, I suppose I
will have to. Wife And don'l forget,
John, dear, while you are doing It that
you are a inlruur j,f the gospel.--Lon
don Tit Uits.
L'reil      ... id Loss Ac                  'li" ���', Ist I li -
1117, . t?   - _' ��� '       |
i lecei            i:"v,
.   nee of i ������             Profll
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.... . and  ���       i     ii
Ion       ��� i   due   to   li , isitors,
. .              and   loi  .-' ii   j i i:,
Pr                     ���: ��� ii  -to . un nts      2,201 VI
 . |132,.
$215,427 63
.   .   ipi     . d as folia.      -   ���
Divi i-i. i No. ::. 2 1-2 p. c,     vl 2nd   July.   L90S $ 31,3 19
:       lend So. I, 2 1-2 p.c,        ible 2nd, .lan,   1909   ..    54.959 10
 $ 86,298 V".
.v. ard : ;.' "i Profit   and   Lo
\.    w    $129,128  .8
GENERAL  .STATEMENT.
31st December,  1908.
LIABILITIES.
i      Ital S ock  i paid up)       ,..$2,201
Ri   i $ 50,000 '"I
Profit and Loss Accouni      129,128 88
$179,128 88
I'm laimed DIvldi nds         208 10
: Ij dlvlden I  pa; a de 2nd, January,   1909   ... 54 9.9 10
 $   234,291 38
$2,435,860   13
\".i    of th    u. uli in ' lirculailon $1,68S   i      0
11. in.,   b ai Ing in ���  506 '61   i9
U bearing Inten   I    6,513,256 32
nv    due to other Banki  In Canada         2,229 77
lue i" oi ii- " i lan]    and Agents   i I
'hin i'aii.'nla and  i nlted    Kingdom   . 1,712 19
llu.71-' .
$13,148,620 20
ASSETS,
Gold and Silver Coin Currenl    $   J7ti,7-12 16
Governmenl   Demand  Notes   1,233,307 75
 1.413,019 '.'1
Depo it wiih Dominion Governmenl required by
\v o�� Parliament for Becurltj ofgenera]
Hani, note Circulation        70,000 on
Due by Agents and other Banks In Canada .. .. 399,608 70
Due by Agents and other Hanks In Greai Britain 34,004 si
Due by Agents and other Banks elsewfaere   than
in Canada and the l'nited Kingdom     219,974 17
Dominion and Provincial Government Securities . 105,000 oo
Canadian Municipal & Foreign Public Securities . 284,198 73
Rallwaj nii'i other Bonds  Debentures and Stocks,    842,694 ll
Notes of und Cheques on other Banl        946,448 10
 ������   2,917,818 95
Call and Shorl Date Loans In Canada        140,713 H7
Currenl  Loans and Discounts and othei assets     8,284.306 l!!i
Hank Premises and office Furniture Winnipeg end Branches ..      863,678 08
K.'ii] Estate other than Bank Premi ���.���           16,430 00
Overdue Debts secured and unsecured (estimated loss provided for   .-          43,623 96
$18,148,620 20
Thi   Northern Crown Bunk ������-,     r. CAMPBELL,
Winnipeg, 31st  Decemh r. 19 ���.������       t>ennral Manager
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Prime Mutton  and Veal
Pork   of Excellent Flavor
Direct from the Plant and Abattoir of
J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO., Edmonton, Alberta. Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. ,ES-AV, MARCH 9, 1909.
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CLEAN   UP WO'.   rr.
Big Hunt is Arranged for Today-
No Firearms Used.
Swift Current, March -.���There will
not i.,e a wolf |eft living within the
Hadius of four miles of town at sun-
Bet tomorrow. That is the day set
apart for the coyote hunt, and the animals will be driven in from all sides
and killed by dogs io make a Swift
Current holiday. The proceeds of the
hunt, which are expected to be considerable, will be sold by auction and
divided equally between the hand and
the Young Men's club.
All hunting will be wtih dogs, and
firearms are not allowed to be used.
Tlie dogs will be held until the ring
is closed.
SOME OF THOSE GIKLS
H���?E MEAN, WHY SPIRIT
So   Says the   Bishop of   London  in an
Aodress on   Difference   Between
Old   Maids and Cats.
London, .March 8.���The j-isii.p ot
London gave some remarkable advice
on Sunday to the students of a fashionable girls' scnool in uie west end.
The curse of that part of i_o.idon, tne
bishop declared,  was ..ot   v.iiat might
be called open immorality, nut rather
The starting of the lines! the prevalence of a ca.iy spirit,    By
will begin at ten o'clock a.m.   After  which he meant, he said, me way in
the hunt H. E. Clinite will auction off   which many j.eople spent their lives
the skins. saying ill-natured things about others.
 ���  | He   bad   known   the    reputa -ons    ot
' good  men  and  good    women    ta..en
j away  by this catty spirit so prevalent
ln  west  end  drawing  rooms.      Never
,,, ��� be cats." th
Walla Walla, March 8.���Contractor
WALLA  WALLA  BUILDERS
FIGHTING   UNION   SCALE :
H.M0REY&C0.
always have something .special
in tlie way of BARGAINS.
They Invite you to come in and
look around. Stationery, Fancy
Goods, Toys, Crockery, Spor'ing
(roods, Combs, Brushes, etc.,
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J
of the city have served notice on the'
carpenter's  union  that  hereafter  employees  will be paid on  a basis    of \
competency regardless of union rules.!
This resulted this afternoon in somo j
of the carpenters leaving their work,
having been ordered out by the business  manager of  the  carpenters'  union until the differences are settled.
bishop advised his youn,; I
audience. "There is all ihe difference
in the world between an ol_ maid and
an old cat,   Some of the oW maids in I
London are some of the most loving!
and gracious in it. and you need not
be afraid of being an old maid so lnng '
as you are not an old cat."
C
OOKSLEY'S
SLEEP AND  NERVE  REST,
i*
_   Kecesslt;   Th���t    I��   Overlooked
the  Modern  Slrenuoon Life.
In  the days   when  eight  hours
tleep were nominally regarded as
dour too long for any self respecting j ���
Individual the exhausting character <v
modern life was unknown.   There w.
less wealth and more contentment; lesi
competition and more security: fewe
distractions,    but    more    simplicity
Work   was   easier,   slower   and  can
anxiety, ti**-oreheuslon���In a word, woi
ry���did not reed, like the worm r th
hud, upon the hours exempt from to"
IVe are remorseless In overtaxing tbi
delicate mechanism of our minds an.
nerves.   The best walker, for lustanc
does not propose to himself to po reg'.
iarly sixty  miles a day or to BUbjec
the same set of muscles In any otlw
form  of  physical  exercise to  Interou
and  unremitting  labor     But  that  '
what we do with tlie immediate agei
of our minds- the brain machine,   W��
rannot watch its operations.   We oftei
assume that Its movements are ns lign
and endless as the ripples of the un!
versal air.   We know and nevertheles
we forget that tlie brain ls a substantia
apparatus ns liable to depredation v
the fixed plant in n  workshop.    Now
nothing' Is more certain than this���fJia.
the potential capacity of the bumaf
brain has not Increased, If at all, li
anything like the proportion of the lm
tnensely aggravated demand upon it.
The modern man ls subject to "U
much mental and moral wear *_d te--.
In a day as bis ancestors In UO verj
remote generation experienced In t
week. Yet In respect of sleep ire havi
hardly change,! traditional habit. W.
keep Inter and still later hours. W
catch our trains In the morning f��
usual There Is no doubt whatever th��
we burn t.ie candle at both ends wltS
unprecedented disregard of the laws ot
psychologic* 1 economy, nnd thnt tht
amount of rest we allien- for nerve and
brnln is ne longer'adequate.���Londo*
Telegraph.
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POSTCARDS
AKE   NOW   ON  SALE  AT
vi MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
I G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
���the  FAIR," ColumbU  Street.
��� _^I#_m_-__���#-__���.����.. t Westminster
: ��PPortuJ}ltV 'Transfer Co.
Look over  Henry's  catalo ue  ���
and  make out your order for  4
4
Pacific  Coast       \
Tested Seeds ���
Trees, Plants, Bee Supplies, etc. X
No windy agents to annoy you. T
No damage from fumigation. No ���
delays of customs. 4
YOU  "PRESS  THE   BUTTON,'
WE DO  THE   REST.
IHENRY'S
Nurseries
Offices,   Greenhouses   and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster  Road
J   Vancouver, B.C.  Branch Nursery,
T South Vancouver,
'�����������������������������������������������������������<
A  Vast  Train.
On the Riviera line near YeIltiInie^������.
Italy, the train, after ambling geutlj
along, stopped suddenly. Au inpatient
passenger put bis head out and asked
crustily, "Is this Bordlghera?" No an
swer. "Guard, Is this Bordlgheraf bi
shouted again. A voice came from thl
fore part of the train, "No, monsieur,
It ls not Bordlgbera���It Is a <*ow.'
When the cow hnd been removed froo
the line the train ambled ou tgalo
Two minutes later It once more canr.t
lo a dend stop. "Another cow, I sup
pose?" shouted the testy pnssengm
wltherinply. "No, monsieur, It Is not,'
said the guard plaeiilly. "It Is thi
an tne cow."
A   Costly   Ue.lt.
There Is a  famous old desk  In  thi
British war office in London,   it is 1
flesk to which old hands point wit-
emotion. That desk cost the initio.
|25,(jOO,i">>. In it Is 11 pigeonhole wltb
��� stor.i. It was Into that plgeonholl
that the dispatch of King Theodore ol
Abyssinia was thrust���and forgotten
After we had been lo war the doOU
ment was found In the desk, and ��r��
all learned that ther.. ought to h��v��
tieen no war���London Sketch.
The    st.ru
"I hear your llrm discharged you."
"Yes, bnt I wouldn't mind that at
nuch If they hadn't added Insult H
Injury."
"B-w?"
"They advertise* for a boy t�� fit
��y place."
Sheridan fell in love with Miss Li��
ley and told the story of "The Rtvtla,'
���-hicb U n true so-onnt of bis coo**
UUp.
TM App��tlt��-
"The appetite," said the physician,
"is always a consideration of great lm-
portanco."
"Yes." answered the man who Ia
painfully economical. "If you have a
poor one you worry about your health.
and If you hove �� good one you worry
���boot the expense-'-^Vashlngton Star.
.uopai*     ot    Canadian     North-Weat
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section ul Do
minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting S and 20.
not reserve*!, may be homesteaded n>
any person who Is the sole head of 1
family, or any male over l^ years u
ige, to the extent ot one-quartet sei
iou of ltiu acres, more or 'ess.
Application for entry must ue
uadfc  in person   by   ihe  applicant at
Dominion Lauds Agency or sub-
igency for the district in which the
.and is situate. Entry by pru&y ma*
mwever, be made ut an ageuc) '
���ertnin conditions by Ihe fat bei nioiii
r, son, daughter, brother or sisier i��i
m intending homesteader
The homesteader is rejulred to per
orm the homestead duties under one
if the foi.owing plans-
(1) At least six months' rosldenci
limn and cultivation of the land in
ttch year  for  three  years.
(2) a Homesteader may,  it in*
I6llre_,   perform   the    require.I    i- ���
lence  duties   by   living  on     tar mln
und owned   solely   bv   him    noi   Iob>
nun  eighty   (80)   acres  in  nxteni
ue vicinity of his homestead    J01,
wnership In land will not meet thn
equlrement
(3) If the father (or mother, if thai her Is deceased) of a homesteader
ins permanent residence on farming
.ind owue-1 sob ly by him, not less
'���an  eighty  (80)   acres  in  extent,  >n
' u> vicinity of the homestead, or up
ui a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader ma>
perform Ills own residence duties b>
'Wing with the father (or mother).
(4) Tho term "vicinity" In the two
ireeeding  paragraphs  Is   defined    a?
meaning not more than nine miles in
t direct line, exclusive of the width
tt road a.lowauces crossed In the
measurement.
(5) A homesteadei Intending to
���erforni   his   residence  duties   In  ac
cordance with the above while living
with parents or on fanning land own-
���^d by himself must notify the agent
'or the district of such Intention.
8lx mouths' notice In writing must
ie given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
'o apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
-nice    Pliiui.    18-.       nam  'Phone  U7
Columbia  Street-
Baggage    lellvered   promptly    ti
an.   uart of the city.
Light aud Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Notice.
lake notice that 1). .1 McQuarrie, of
New Westminster, 1). 0., occupation,
electric railway manager, iu'ends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands in the district of New Westminister:
Commencing at a post planted at
the .nithwest corner of lot 1390,
thence cast to northwest corner of lot
1362, thence south to souihwest corner
of lot 997, thence southerly, westerly
and norherly to point of commencement, containing 100 acres more ir
less.
DANIEL JOHN  MoQl'ARRlE,
Per JOHN P. DAGOS,
Agent.
Dated December 19th. 1908.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District.
District  of   Sayward.
Take notice that 1, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, occupation farmer, iu-
leini to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of south Twin island,
thence following the shore easterly,
southerly, westerly, northerly and
easterly back to point of commencement, taking in the whole island containing 200 acres more or lest
C. W. PRESTON.
Dated Feb. 2nd, 1309.
VOLUNTEEK    BOUNTY    ACT,   't908.
WARNING   TO  PURCHASERS.
Everj assignment uf the right of -
South African Voluteer entitled to a
land gram must be by way of appointment ol 1 substitute and must he
m the form provided by tha Act.
Special attention is cajled to Bub
section 'l of Section ."i of he v- unteer
Bounty Act, L908, which provides thai
on assignment of the right of a vol-
inteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized
by the Department of tha Inierior
which is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
grant issued by the Minlst'-r of Militia
and Defence in favor of the Toluni. "r.
J. W. GRBENWAY.
Commissioner of Dominion
rands, Ottawa.
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ATLANTIC? STEAMSHIP
Empress of Britain Feb. 26
Empress of Ireland March 12
Empress of Britain    March 26
When seudlng for friends In ihe old
country by buying tickets at this
office you will save money and prevent
delay.
Eastbound Empress sails from St.
Join Feb. 12 and 26.    Call  for    par-
tic alar s,
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  1>A1LY  NEWS.
TUESDAY. MAF
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FOR SAME CAUSE OF ACTION I
we wis] bring before the ���
public of New, Westminster ���
these unsurpassed bargains. ���
Just glance over the follow- ���
ing prices and see how much ���
you might save by CASH ���
BUYING.
I
Raymond Flour, per barrel
Raymond Flour, per sack
100 lbs. B. C. Granulated Sugar, $5.7
16.25 ;t
 $1.03,-j
:
lb, sack  Granulated  Sugar   ,.$1.15|X
lor
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tin Golden West Halving Powder +
 20c
5 Ih. tin Golden West linking Powdei
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This is the Sprayer we sold last
year, and it gave good sat'sfac- ���
tion. ���
    ���
���'! iins of fresh Herring lor
_ bottles of Pickles for . .
5 tins of tie very besl Salmon for
t Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA  STREET.
.,25c f
��� ���~'t)c! ���������������������e>o*��*<; ���������*���*���*��������������
jC
3 lh. sack of 'li-- choicest Japan Rice
for 15c
S packages Of Force for 25c
3 packages    :' Poultry Eood -."ic
]  bottle oi   Ri 1 Cabbage only   . - .25c
J   tin of i        Ige  Wafers I'm-   . .25C
3 lh. box. -      first class Tea for. .$1.00
Victoi la C I 'i only, per lb... mc
7 IbStin Robertson Marmalade for S5c'
1 lb. tin Robertson Marmalade for 50c]
2 lh. tin Ri   ..:-.iii Marmalade for 25c
Ro lerl nu .     i in jars only
d    .   '.
\nse by  Hindus Dismissed oi Api-ial
��� Laborers   Dissatisfied   Wiin
Terms   Paid.
i:,       county court yesterday bi tore
[lis   Honor  Judge   Howay  the appeal
of Capt. Mayers  against a  finding in ���
the small debts court,  in   which two B
Hindu . I'vvia and another,  was allow, :. Judgment  had been given for |
$63 against the appellant fo,- wages al- S
li.ueil  tc  be <lne  the  respondents  by H
him.      11 appeared  that  the  respond-
ents, who are  Hindus, had  been  cut-
ting wood for a  few days at  Captain  .
May. rs' place and were hired by Mrs.
Mayers  who says she paid  them in
full for all tbey had done, and as she
refused   to   pay   any   n.ore   ihan   she
considered    justly    due,   the     Hindus
brought     action  againsl    her  In   the
small   debts   court,   and   also   against
Capt.    Mayers,    seeriung      judgment
against him also.
W. Norman Hole. K. ('., for appellant, raised the point that the matter
was res judieatos, and that as there
was an existing judgment of a compe
tent court in full force and virtue, it
was not permissible to bring another
suit for the same cause of action ,,
which had merged in the judgment-
citing a number of cases.
He stated his client Instructed him |
these  men    were  paid    in full  or he
would   not   have   raised   any   technical
objection.     W. Myers
cii'   replied   al   l-n.-th.
objection.     W. Myers for the respon
V
i lis Honor held the idea ni' res ju- :
dicata fatal to the judgment appeal. I
againsl and allowed the appeal setting R
iae judgment aside with costs.
I
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lb.  .
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If so   we  have Dominion,   Nordhei- |
nier.  New   Scale Williams and other
each 20c   makes, also "ne  beautiful  mahogani
player  piano.
BOWLING
"���
i-llced Pineapple for 25c
Raisins  for  .. -:"'
��� ' ocoli ' v   per
 30c      Sewing     Machines       Singer     an I
Whei Ier &  Wilson.
Talking Machines    Edison an 1 Vic
tor.
in        If you iv ve a ; liking machine, sign
, .      - ,      : this .i :. and v.i.     o us      We will
I he  ve.;   best   \\ orci -"e:shire  Sauce, \
onlj   per bottle .10c  ma"  w'" ,:"'''  l11onth a  catalogui   ol
......      ���        ,
Finn in 'lad lie ������'^yi,. per jh
'l be busli ess 1 ie was resumed
lasi evening, the Grocers Hiking two \]
games, the Carpenters one. On Wed- |
nesday the Peal Estate nnd Royal's.
Cltj VJilJs, and Vane uver and West- ijf
minster plaj hen ires wei      I
QUO     RS
1.     2,     :;. Tot.19
(Tb -  r '    equal  to any
ti ��� '   oday,
\ : tral ��� m d   Rabbit,  only,
tin	
2 large     . i ondensi d Cream
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2 cans of Beei or	
1   can  Con 	
l can Pi 	
mn
pi
,25c
Mi Broom
Di an,...
; Gilchrlsl ..
'"Mela-, r.li. r
I Latham
ll.-, nn 107
IIS 15. IIP
151    178    120
332  |
121   *.
119 !
13
136
172
139    111
168    156
��* J, H, Todd's Bin Music House
10c
10c
COLUMBI -.  rTPEET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD  FELLOWS'  BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
Ihe Pearson Electric Co.
i Successors to T.    ;
Electric Works)
'I', vis 653 7S2 671
C U.'I'KX .ERS,
I       2. 3.
Sloan "I 15. 148
Haslam SO 107 109
V. Johndro    139 130 157
McKenzie 11��. 108 ln'i
Harrison 120 159 16.
161
2106
Tot. j
396
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BANK    OF    COMMERCE    BUILDING.
Opposite Postoffice.
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Dealers in Hecirical Ki
ery, fixtures arid Supplies
Wiring and House Furnishing, Armature wiring and Motor Repairing n
Specially.    Phone 331. P. 0. Box 928.1^ montj,_
Judgment   Summonses.
Judgment    summoses    before    His
Honor Judge Howay yesterday wer..
Roya] Rank vs. W. R. Gordon;  set
for next  court.
Mcintosh  vs.  Cameron;   next  court.
notice to be served
Canada Law Rook Po. vs. Hansford
next  court.
���Whitney ot alia vs. A. Purton; 00
orrlor.
Royal Bank ve
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W. C. Gordon; ?1"U
paid  direct, by consent order for $20
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Cook & Ross
WINNIPEG BIG LOAN
OVER-SUBSCRIBEU
Spring Milllinery
Announcement
To every lady in New Westminster and vicinity we ext<
a cordial invitation in visit our Spring Millinery Opening,
which takes place Wednesday. March 10th; Thursday.
March 11th, and. following days. We place on display
during rhe.se Opening Days the choicest and most stylish
array of V. li ��� ' and Misses' Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear
Hats and Millinery Novelties. Those in charge have spared
no trouble to gather together ideas which clearly indicate
that our Millinery Department leads in correct .style and
display. Our Millinery Section has been greatly improved
during the last few week.-. More lighthasbeen allowed
to find its way in, walls have been renovated and other
improvements made which make this department one 1
the most pleasant and attractive in British Columbia. We
make this Spring display in order that our customers may
become acquainted with this season's newest styles, which
will be set forth in their most harmonious arrangement.
Plan to visit the season's Initial Millinery Display WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
Take time to admire the many other Spring Novelties 01
display throughout the store. Our store has uuvlt been as
full with new ranges of Spring Goods. LADIES' READY-
TO-WEAR GARMENTS, DRESS GOODS, WASH
GOODS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR NOVELTIES. TRIMMINGS. Etc., all here in quantities, qualities
and styles such as you can not find elsewhere. We have
every confidence in the reliability of our goods, and we
desire our customers to feel the same way. You can become better acquainted with the values offered here by
examining our various linos. No trouble to show goods
or point out to you your advantage in buying here. Feel
free to look around during these display days.
WE   AUK   LIVING
10
per cent, off on all
THE AUCTIONEERS
:23   F-ont   St..   Opposite   Market,   New
Westminster,
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
.-���'imi!,] be consult d if you warn io
���.ell furniture or an auction conducted, i
i.'vioii. March 8, - Under favorable
auspices the Bank ol Montreal Issue
ol the city ol Winnipeg's ball million [J
terllng  loan, bearing  I per cent, ai
par, has proved s  complete BucceBs,
the list closing oversubscribed today.
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Live Stock Implement auction held
every Friday morning on Westminster
Maiket; and every Saturday morning
���in Vancouver market
Avalanche Kills Twnety s��ven.
Vienna.     March     s. - Word    of  ani
avalanche    which    destroyed a worl-,.
men's shelter at Sankl Johann, in <h(-
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Pour splendid Incubators very cheap.  |,""Ka" ,listrlct of Salzburg, __l___g 27.
Three young fresh    cows, $.0, $50
one '.'.'th call, $70.
persons,  has  just   1 een   received   in
thi-- city.
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dren's White Wear, i!
NOW is the time to||
buy.
A. J. BIRTCM
"THE   WHITE   HOUSE"
275 Columbia Street
Westminster Can
Not Stand Still
���ii 1909, when all eyes are on iii" development ol the Pacltic
Slope, There is something doing everywhere, and live happenings
rlghl b���re In Westminster, w.- have a number of good buys
which will make you money before the season is over. Drop
Into iliis office today anil tall, li over, 4
I umm p. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C,
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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