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INSURANCE
WH-TE- SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
LITE
A8SURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
,IB I. NUMBER 61
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.  'VKl'N .   ..,    .        . ,\..\r,  MARCH  IT. 1909.
FIVE
fer corv
Iff ASSOCIATION
ELECTS OFFICERS
APPLICATION FOH DAM
WILL BL COMPLETED TODAY
|-       iiade For Coming Sea-
Ross Rifle  Satisfactory Last Year.
(ii anD,m| meeting of 'he Westmin-
,. , nn.ll   v..is   held  in   '-ll''
,      .  |':a,|.   room yesterday even-
��� i,,    following  officers   for
.   ejected:      Captain,  T.  8.
(re-elected);   vice-captain,
jv   ,,   |     _bbott;   secretary-treasurer,
N(    ,   , re-elected); executive, the
i I j   ii   Ki uiii'dy and Alex
11 rjnj Hi Kennedy  and   I'nn-
.. ���,, . appointed auditors,
Mr. Ant tndale expressed a desire t:i
. it . iu the captaincy i>.\  Mr.
IK,.,.���. |j :..   latti: also absolute-
|!, dei lined the honor.
li wa   dpi id.il in hold the first shoot
.  ;:,       ison   aa   early   as   possible,
i,,.   ,.,     oi  Good Friday.
V,li. meeting was not largely
i..,__,: those present represented
jtlii- most enthusiastic rifle shots in
���he city, and the keen interest taken
In the '-���'leedlngs augurs well for
���he su cess -if the association this
Irason. The chair was occupied by
Annandale.
Last Year's Turnouts.
In presenting his report as eap; iln
��or ;_c past year, Mr. Annandale re-
arked that the season had not been
b -'_ - -iu as had been anticipated,
at it bud been far better from every
boint of view than any previous year,
expressed himself as disappointed
���hat wiih so many members on lhe
loll, comparatively few had turned
���ut tfl the weekly Bhoots.
Ross Rifle not to Blame.
j W  Kelson,    secretary-treasurer, in
lis ii-Biui r-jiort, quoted ligures to
Item the small attendance at the
Jhoots last season, thirteen having
fen the largest number attending on
fcyooeda* Referring to an ..eel-
|ftn to S II. Fletcher, whose eye-
lirtt wis sairi to have been injured
������Hie shooting at the range, Mr. .Melon ej-pjaini-d that it had been eon-
il'jsiverv proved at an Inquiry con-
pcted by Captain Sullivan, assisted
I)' Units, Conbould and Cunningham,
fcat the accident bad in no way been
In'1 lo th-.. mechanism of th* Ross rile, but _i,i v,, ef a defective .hell.
n Kennedy had usefl the same
Bflft for the remainder of the season
frith perfeel atlsfaction, The rein t nf the inquiry had been sent to
'"*iwa. Thi members as a whole
well satisfied with the Robs,
Scarcity of Markers.
Relations with the militia, the mem-
I'"��� of which are using the same
tanp' _-, the rifle association, had
l'"�� pleasanl throughout the past
l'""i;he only grievance having bo-'n
\ '' ^''������'���'' "��� '��� carclty Of markers.
Ten Dollars In Hand.
" Bnam la tatemi ni Bhowed re-
1      ' ng to $63 from member- *
|tii;i Pee, and m l" from the sale of
fni'iniv
Provincial     Executive     Decides    This
Morning on  Vancouver  Povser Co.'s
Petition   to  Eu'ld   Barrage.
Al Victoria todaj ���_.. provincial executive win resume the hearing ol
the application of the Vancouver Pow-
er ('"mi any for permission to construe, a ni w dam ai  Coquitlam lake.
This is tht third time the application has come up, and the r.-ason for
delaj ba been to ��� cure th.. reports
of englm ers and a aeteriol igist on
the asj.ee: ol .-at. ty and the purity
of the Westminster citj water suppiy.
'I ii.re will now ibe reports from:
James n Schuyh . , alf of the
Vancouver Power C v    u
Willis Chipman, for thi t itlzens'
committee.
Archibald 0. Powell, roi the provincial government, and a bacteriologist's report trom .*. i, Hughi , superintendent of the I tborati ry at the
provincial asylum.
A representative number from the
Citizen's committee ������ ��� 'own to Victoria yesterday, where they will be
joined by a delegation fr im Coquitlam
municipality.
Tho city's legal representatives will
be \V. G. McQuarri. and W. J. White-
side.
HOW ST. PATRICK'S DAY
WILL BE CELEBRATED
Chief   Attractions   Are    Ir.sh   Concert
and Play���Many  Leading Vocalists  Engaged for Concert.
There are two principal ��� if-ui_ in
the city today to celebrate tbe glorious
^seventeenth of March, tht- Irish pay
a: the Opera House, an,' t|.- St. Patrick's Day conce I at St. Patricks
hall.
This Irish [daj "Shaun Rhue,1 will
be a delightful event, with the appearance of Arthur Cunningham in
the chief role. He will ?ing a number of Irish songs In the course of
the evening in his attractive way, including "Barn.-y from Sweet Ki.lar-
nt-y," and "The Donovans.''
Mayor Keary will pres.do at the
concert at St. Patrick's hall, and a
tin.- program has been arranged, Including songs, dances, and duets.
Those contributing to the program
are Misses Alvina Munn, and A. La-
very. Mrs. j, H. Diamond, Miss Alma
Leamy, P. Fllglano, w. Morris, v G.
Williams. D. Matthews, w. McKay,
Af. .lohnston, Matthew Knight and
Master Allan Peebles Darry'a orchestra will assist nnd Rev. Father
O'Boyle will give an address "n "Irish
Ideals."
Whii,. genuine Bhamrock is almost
Impossible to obtain In British Colum.
Ida, the various substitutes for the
trifoliate leaf will be freely worn.
I
P1"''   ! '        "ii
i _pi nditiires     totalled
noluded    markers' fees,
lion      Tl
\ balance of |10.40
' ��� dli of the assocln-
'    ' as   adopted.
Dues  Must   Be   Paid.
"   Will   lie  made  this    ,'.
ulng  ni ammunition,
"i"g   given   free  to  each
Minimal rounds be-
In      ite Of  1   1-.e  per
'"'in I. '
. '    "'"'ii rifles available i
J ';- bul ,h,,s(. win no, be
'" Who bad  not   paid  up
">mial .i���,.s.
11 REPLENISH STOCK
OF FISHING RESORTS
MAYOR   WEIR   IS
RE ELECTED  AT TRAIL
Trail, H. ('������ March 16.   0. P. Wi li
was  . lei ted   mayor of  this   town   Sl '
urdaj  bj  16. votes, his opponent J.
c. s. Cheuowlth,    receiving onlj  51
The following are elect! d to the Co i -
���oil:      A.  IV  Anstti'l, 134;  P. P.  ""
erill. 138;  M. B. Dolan. 126; D. OHHb.
143; .1   P, Robillard, 120; A. N. Skin.
Ii3.     Tin- defeated candidates came
out as follows:      .1. Sibbuld. 106; J. s
Brandon,    94;    R. J.    Smyth. B8;   '
Buckna, '���".
Th.- result of the election Is an em
phatlC  endorsement   of  Mr.  Weir and
his supporting candidates, all of whom
we,,- re-elected. Tin- previous election of all was by acclamation, bui the
result  was upset on a technical el.
iii the nominations.
"REAPING THE WHIRLWIND."
���  uua... a   by   ilie  crtl
..;    be   has   .1   11.esse-.
i >. mmem i   ��� v
and ll is open to g ������ ���
VI
I or I ii   11   ,.
March 16,   -Three or
i n. i
 1   'iv,,,  ,���,���'   Vie-
L ll   is   understood
'
���
"^ been un  by
'  """mu t��� have it
titj  .  , provincial   hatcheries
���,    ''"' ;"""".' the nshing re.
1 ''"''ii   Vancouver   island.
!' which requires re-
���    I ""' . OSSlble,   Tins
I   le
1   il cntorln] pro
YANKEE ENTERPRISE IS
ELECTRIFYING LON'OON
London.    Mareh     16     ;
persons visited th.. big  American a
purtliieni   store   here  today OH "
easion of its  forma   ������
great   majority  of  the  vis
women who  were anxlOtl
what   an    American
"Yankee" enterprise,
onlled   here,   has   ���
tinn'-  io frantic effor
new competitor.
i .iaci\-nzie, one of the   :
sen    o    \       ouvi r, stati s  io    tie  S ��� ,i.
from Ottawa to the effect tha: the F	
tloni ise i reek immediat* ly.
.   is no offioiaj c ni
doubt, tha    . ich an extraordinary i ir sued after the dettniti
promises made to New Westminster, still, uiind to the present
obnoxious methods of J. D. Taylor,  d. ���  . ,.,..
His own ambition st-enis to be , wish tbat was fat bei
i" the thought   when he so spanda ���    ftn   concerned  in  tn<
"Okiliimbia.v prior to the election, ��� v en aftei months of faithful work, a
dredge bad     en secured to make n channel   10 feel        he Quit of Gel   -
How can We pass over this lost -���: in justice to our fair city,
to Its '-iti/. ns who abhor the tactica of our I guided m< mb< r, whom in his
attempt  to justify his own  Bcurrih .     .-. ��� ,. .   throw   the   dlstrlci
down, are! besmirch iis name,
"Rea Ing the Whirlwind," (Colum lai N'ovembej 18, 1907), the title
of the ni" ��� poisonous editorial that ��� ������    . ed from his   listorted Imag
ination, ii. which a gentleman overwhelmi ... ��� . iii ol th Liberal convention, was made to appear an acci iry to the crime ol uianslaugnter,
lias Indeed come, but iu a waj nev.] anticipati I, and surely the cltj and
district an   reaping what it sowed,
New Wi  tmlnster is nearly .000 miles from the capital, and Instead ol
haling a member at  Ottawa watching ���  .. Interests we have .i man
aim in  life  is   to heckle,  slander, and   -:. ei  at hii  opponents.
Probabl* no man . v..-r sat in lb. House of Commons, who to judge
from advices received, has so quickly earned such uneviable notoriety
from both sides oi the house, By his _wn party he is being ,.s,d to pass
away ih< time by raiting up old soi erecting fa ric ol candal upon
the  most slender foundation.
While the opportunity offer .1 a ��� egatlon got busy at Vancouver, and
went io Onawa to visit the premier and minister oi public works, Mr.
George E. Cowan, M. P., lost no time working ior the dredge���Vancouver
is to him h st .Hud foremost a.1 the time lu did not wait " do anj muck
raking, and the result la upparentlj  tha   wi   must  svaii   oi    ..   ;������ Ige,
How can the member expect t i do anything for this riding after the
slanderous statements he has made against the ministers wjtu whom he
must do business if the constltuencj Is to benefit? How can Uie member face a "cabinet of muddlers," as ho described them on December 3.
1907, a premier whom he defined on November K> Of tha: year as a sham.--
less opportunist ready to promise anytuing giving prospect of personal
advantage." and the very minisi< r, Dr Pugsley, most concerned with this
matter, of whom the Columbia^ published statements which they had not
tne honesty to retract, detailing gratis in New Brunswick with which thi
minister was never connected, and tor which Premier Haxen had ta apologise. Prom what he has Said In '-hp house, eastern members might well
gather   this   town was   but   the   depot for a penitentiary.
The dredge Li needed in the wor��_ way possible, as any person cognizant of a recent occurrence most damaging to tbe city knows, >e; it ts
primarily to be used in a portion of Vancouver harbor wh re no large
vessels are required to enter. ^
\Vh.-n the minister of public works' own promise would not be cred'
Itrd by men who were willing to sacrifice the ultimate greatness ef this
port to gain a party hd'antage. and who simply laughed at the paltry jil'-o
of a newspaper partisan seeking by cheap sneers and mockery to rust
discredit on the dredge, and its motives for existence, this is the kind of
stuff whieh was used to elect our present representative at Ottawa. We
repeat it for the benefit of those it amused before:
This i? th-- kind of stuff whieh was used to elect our present representative at Ottawa.     We repeat it for the benefit of those it amused before:
"Comin'  'round  th--  Horn���Perhaps��� Comln' 'round the Horn.
We're the biggest noi.se in Bod Jardlne's campaign, Boom   Bali!
Though wo never hoist the mud,
From the Fraser's murky  Hood,
We're s  swell election  story, just  tti,. same. Rah! Rah"
All tbe speakers on the Conservative side delighted to east doubt on
the scheme, and up aud down the va lej Tory orators told tin- electors
there never was a chance of the drodgi coming, and If a chance did exist
.. represented only another form of Liberal   "graft."
By innuendo and insinuation it was suggested thai all dredging eon-
tracts which the government had let had been an opportunity for corruption, for the exploitation of the public lor the advantage of friends, tor
the robbery of the public treasury to pay .diction obligations. The
Columbian pub.ished distorted and slanderous stati ments of the dredging
conflicts in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick io bolster up ihe foolish policy
the Conservatives seemed determined to adopt, to kill Westminster, its
Industry, and Its development, but return a membei of the opposition���
���perish our city but elect Taylor"��� ,
On Monday, October :. th- Columbian said: "The slang expression
'Dead open and shut.' Is used commonlj in connection with a bunco game
worked by sure-thing fakers. The supposed purchase of a dredge for use
on the Fraser river is being used in a way tn east suspicion ou the
whole   business        Today tlie   eontrae:   is   'closed,'   nexl   week   no doubt  it
will be reopened for another dramatic  close Now   toaaj   we bave  tbe
announcement spread over town in poster type thai the contract has been
closed again, thai the renominated Laurier candidate has just had a wire
o! Has tbe deal been off In the meantime, or Is the new announcement so much bunco, to give the Impression thai the candidate
ked more of the magic of which w< havi been hearing ror tour
>..i:    past?"
On October 13 the Taylo        in   aid:    "New   VV<  tmlnstei   Is   noi   thi
constituency which i- being fished with a dredge for bait."
rh,. present member whenet r he deigned to treal the matter at all
always -iver. d  ut  the  proposal,  and  taking  their one  from  bis   leader
each lieutenant, most of whom do not seem subsequently to hive suffered
by ,,u absorbing interest In politics at thai time, did the same
The accompanying extracts from the Colum dan tell their own tale;
linl-e   Bole, speaking  at   Pori   Moody on Octobei  7, said: "The dredge
red  b'tring  was   really an  ancient  one, as a fortnight ago Mr   Kennedy ha,|
made a similar announcement to tnat now made ",��� Mi Jardine and Mr
Mclnnes, b- understood, had il " promised a (300,000 dredge for Vancou
o that they had the K. t tiedj dredge, the Jardine dredge, and th Mc
Innes dredge, not one dredge, bul three .(though so fai only one had
itarted to com- round thv Horn, and he seriously doubted whethw thai
one had commenced Its Journey."
i   w Creighton, at St   Barns ��   hall, on Ootober If -;l1''' "T][- p>'*m
i dredge now and the ���    irance  thai  one was actually mi the w.n
ni   ' repetition of the old itory. ���
Th.- above are two of the dec-ptive stntenienis repeated with parrot
. Ision by the campaigners on the public,   platform,   111   addition     l0   very
much more ml ions remarks used In th>- course   of canvassing   pnva:
This is what the electorate has 1.1   thank   Use I   lor.      After   working
to have the channel Improved, a     faithful    few,    described     by    the
Vancouver  Province as "thugs,'  and grossly   Insulted   by   a   number   of
.'��� r clK'lce epithets, succeed'-d in getting    the grant     through,    and    the
dredge  despatched.      Certain m-___e_s of the Board of Trade were pleased
to preach the doctrine of river Improvement   In   the n 'i'1^  -'"'d   rightly,
00,  but  hypocritically enough then to attend  the gatherings of the Tory
.    Ii'luti- and laugh down a schfino which the "grafters and "treasury loot-
vs" at Ottawa were concocting to help thi  election   of   the governmenl
candidate.
We ar.. indeed "Reaping the Whirlwind."
SCIENTIFIC j AM
fOR DA . PURPOSES
T-.iv.ler    P_r;h_sed    By    Federal    Uc
c.v-tment   c'   Marine  for   Light
house .-.-.d Buoy Service.
The sii . awler New Ington I -������
longing to K, Pad" has been acquired ii :��� * by the departmi nt
of n..inni   .,   : -. tieries to assist the
lighthouse f ndi     , ra in the light.
house and  buoy service, the Quadra
being  insufficient   to   cope   with  tbe
"tit   pri sst -,- ol  work.
Ii was known tor some time 'hat
the Dominion government was anxious to purchase the ront, which has
'" i out of re| ���.. commission fOi
some months, but is excellent adapted
for the work required, It was al his:
cngaced as ici reaker on the Fraser
river, completing ihe undetaking with
conspicuous success. Th,- Newlngton
was formerly a North So:? trawler belonging to the City of Hull line. Km;-
land, and was purchased bj Mr, Fader for work In connection with ins
logging camps
Last fall an m��uccessful effort was
made by n syndicate of California
merchants to acquire the vessel for
(he Mexican fruit trade. The deal
unexpectedly fell through.
The vessel will arrive at Victoria
to be put In c.-immis**ion during th-
next few days
German SyiY icate Develops
Land at Pitt Meadows For
Dairying Industry.
A <������  :. i ompanj ti ned tl Coquitlam Dairy and stock COmpa
with Ml Fischer at iis head, has .
, men at work ., lY.t Meadow -. north of the C P K ; ,ck The
coin panj has already twelve teams ai
work and (ortj men bulla :.;. byre* foi
one hundred head Of milking cow
They have a large slock of dairy cat-
tie; the company has also ordered
COUl i ar Oads Of heifers and Other cattle suitable for milking purposes.
A full equipment of machinery has
arrived. The area acquired Is 1250
acres, and the company Is going into
the business in a scientific manner.
the land being purchased some time
ago The farm teams obtained are so
good that the farmers will haw to
ook to their laurels al I iture local
j exhibition?.
Mr. Fischer, besides being a prac-
tio l farmer, Is a graduate of Guelph
Agricultural  college,  Ontario
EIGHT MEN TRY TO
START REVOLT IN CUBA
Sergeant and Seven Privates of Rurale
Guard Take  to Brush and  Plan
to Overthrew Government.
Havana, March 10.���A sergeant and
���ai'ii-ii i Htraits oi ih.- Rurale Quart*
stationed at the town of Vueltas, In
Santa Clara province, hnve mutinied
and taken to the woods with their
horses an 1 arms. It appears to be
iheir intention to make an effort to
start an uprising. Strong detach-
in.-nts of the Rurale Guard from adjacent garrisons have been sent In pursuit of the unitin- ers.
PICTURE POSTCARD
MAN IS ARRESTED.
CHICAGO UNEMPLOYED
WILL GET EMPLOYMENT
Five   Thousand   Men   Will   Be  Put   to
Work by  Trsctlon Company of
Wmdy City.
Chicago, March 16.���Relit, for i-o-i.
sands of unemployed laborers Is
promised toy the stret car companies
In ihe next few days The ChiOSgO
Ratlways Company today started its
program of rehabilitation which wit
put almost 4000 men to work within
a week.
The Chicago City Railway Companj
has most of Its rehabilitation don-*.
but expects t��i employ about \r>(n) nn-*'
in i few days to finish thi-- WO._ .t
is required to do under the ordlnaaii
Toronto, March Hi. ���What Ihe police regard as one of the most iin-
[SJrtant of finds in recent police history was made today when M. T.
Craft, registering from Buffalo, was
taken inm custody at the Palmer
house. Iu Graft's room was round
a ihox containing HO postcard plates
and many picture-post cards to which
the police took objection. Craft was
taken to headquarters and remanded
for examination.
Cranbrook to  Hold  Fair.
Cranbrook. March !<!.���At a meeting
held last night it was decided to bold
an   industrial   frUli   nnd     iigricultiir.il
fair In September,
HUPPS TO MAKE
MINN DON IN MEXICO
Government   Donates   Fourteen  Ste��i
Buddings Outside Santa Fe for
Use of German Firm.
\i. _ico City . March 16.���The
Krupps of Qermany win atones be
gin the manufacture of gun cotton In
this republic The Mexican government has donated fourteen buildings
oi t... i. formerly u��ed by ths govern
menl for the manufacture of b-Ml
powder, for Ibe use of the K.UPPI
Th.;,- buildings are locate,) o- the
outskirts of Santa l-'c. n suburb ol
iliis city
Fear Famine in New
Mining Region on C.P.R.
VVInlpi v Mni'cb 16 - it has been an
nounced by tin C P R that the com
panj in ""I' i to avei i suffering and
poi Ible famine In the new mining
region, have decided as soon as the
frost breaks to open a canoe freight
route from lliseo on the ('. Bit. line,
thirty miles nearer Toronto than and
thin, line's w-st ol Sudbury to Oow-
ganda The centre of the mining region will be by this mute twenty-two
miles nearer Toronto than by way of
Charlton on tin* T. & N. O. railway.
The company will have some hundreds of canoes and launches at work,
there being long stretches of lake
navigation on which launches can be
used. The portages number less than
half the number encountered between
BUk City and (lowganda. The company Will put horses on the long portages in order to facilitate quick tran
shipment, One of the most favorable
features Of the route lis that there
is no upstrvim work. The Montreal
river is struck in Its higher reaches
and followed  in'"ughout Its course.
The route is by way of Duncan's
Lake, Shinning Tree lake and Wapoos
riv.i.    la   view of Die fact  Hint  both
thi- Ontario |   >-ei nt   all way aim
tbe Cana llan Northern  hive ri fused
io accept freight for the silver region
owing to the Impose) illitj of obtaining teams to ti insport sdppl i
.-i-h�� ;   ' ���.:,     Englehori   er  Bell-
wood, it is ihe Intention of the 0 P
It. freight departmenl to have every-
: thing in readiness for the opening ol
the rout., lust us soon as the weather
r. ndetra navigation possible,
I- u claimed thai this will be the
, ii il route for the location or
i i. rmanenl railway. The geological
departments of the federal and On-
io governments state that the gfsil
dlebese bell runs in a southwesterly
direction from Duncans and Hhlnine
Tree lakes to SiKcot. passing hetw- ��� *i
Philips' House and Minnie Slnorju."'
lake on the famous Biscot route to
Hudson bay.
Contractors have sumbltted a proposition to the C. P. R. for the opening
out of n dry wagon routt-- as soon as
practicable and It '.s possible this may
be the n>'xt step In the development,
as It would serve as the toto road for
the new railway that will proba i
P..  built  through  there-.
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, VaRCh
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR   SAL��.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL,    ETC.
Edgar Allan Poe, in one of his stories, says:  "I took myself to the morning newspaper, and, having carefully perused the columns of 'Houses to Let' and the column of 'Dogs Lost,' I then attacked with greai
reading  matter."    This is interesting, because it shows that Poe, fond as he was of literature, read the classified advertisements before he read the  news.    Follow Poe's example in this matter and  watch  our classifj
They talk to hundreds of people  each day and they talk to the man when   he wants to listen.
'��n the
e(l atts.
WANTED.
WANTED ���JUNIOR REPORTER.
Must have good education, one with
knowledge of shorthand and typo-
writing preferred. Apply Daily
News office, Front stret, after 7 p.m.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS,   j
LAUNDRY.
PRINTERS.
WANTED���MAN AND WIFE TO
work on farm. Wife to attend to
household duties and look after the
chickens. Man must be a good all
round farm-hand. Apply "Rancher''
this office.
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SYS-!
l.'iiiiziut,. Uutun & Fairley, phone |
4117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,!
H.  C.
C.   HA.MUER,    ACCOUNTANT    AND
Auditor,    Notary     Public,    Conveyancer.    Room 10, Brine Ulock, New |
Westminster.    P. 0. Box 705.
ARCHITECTS.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and BHackie Street. Now is
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
WANTED, BY HOOD OFFICE MAN,
position as 'bookkeeper In merchant*
or real estate office, first class references.    D. T., Daily News Office.
WANTED���DAIRY COWS, EITHER
milking or to calve soon. Good
eash price given for good cows. M.
H.  White-Fraser, Agassiz, B. C.
WANTED���A REMINGTON TYTE-
wriier in good conditon. Must he
cheap.    Apply C.,  this  office.
WANTED���A boy to ^ork from 6 to
12 in the morning. Gooi pay. Apply thla office Saturday . etween 1-
and 12:30.
WANTED���General servant. Apply
Mrs. D. J. McQuarrie, Sixth street,
near  Fourth  avenuo.
LOST.
LOST���IRISH TERRIER, SUNDAY;
name on collar. Ai.y person harboring same after this notice will ho
duly pro; i  uted.    Horace Dorer.
W. D. GOOD-FELLOW, ARCHITEl T,
Room 11. Dominion Trust block.
I.DWIN G W. SAIT. ARCHITECT���
Gulchon  Block.    Telephone 'M$.
GARDINER & SHERRIPF, ARCtil-
tects, Guichon block. P. O. Box
772,      i'hone -32.
ELEXTnlCAL   WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers In eletcrical machinery.
fixtures and supplies, house wiring
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phon.- 331, P, O. box 928.
FANC.    POULTRY,   EGGS,   ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTR)
breeder, 1049 Eleventh street, and
Sixth avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 125. Pure-bred Cockrels for
Bale, Barred Rocks, White, Urown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Wr|te your requirements.
LOST���
A   Bl
NCH
OF   KEYS
AND
whistl
e on
Sund
ay.     Kinder  p
ease
returr
to this office.    Reward.
LOST���
SUM
OF
MONEY   ON
CO-
lumbi
i   stri
tet.
Reward.      Return
to C.
A. Welsh,
grocery stoic.
Flbrl  AND GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp.   Windsor Hotel.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND
veyor. Ellard block, New
minster, B. C.
SUR- !
West-
F. NASH. II. C. LAND SURVEYOR,
5 and fi Hamley block, New \\ est-
minster.
'      LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
_.!ill plants and specifications prepared.
MUSIC
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta Autelli, R. A. M., Londi n, Eng.,
and of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac, Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
singing and harmony.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; best work
reasonable prices. Phone i>.r', P. O.
box llli. Daily News Block, Sixth
street.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
RING UP PHONE 185 FOR QUICK
delivery o�� Parcels, etc. Reasonable
charges; quick service. Royal City
Parcel  Delivery.
REAL   ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
 p. ij. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
Tiafi, phon.- 334,
TWO ACRES, live miles out, at a
cheap pTlce, to close up an estate;
this would malic an Ideal chicken
ranch at  small cost;  $300, terms.
FEW LOTS in the lest par; of Burnaby at $100 each. 50 lny 150; easy
terms.
|[^cJ^a^Societies
I. O. O. F.-AMITY U0D(3E NQ ,  '
The_regularmeeurig90fthtal^
ire h3ld lu iv
hla   street,   ,..,,.;      -,],,���.,,
at S o'clock.
wiling
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. .1. RITCHIE, AR.Mol'RONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's siioo store). Carbon and platinum portraits, Interior
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
PAPER   HANGING AND  DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROv.Al
Mouldings,   Burlaps   und   Sanitas; j
house painting, kaS-omining, papei
hanging    and    decorating.      Sixth
street, New Westminster.
J. J, JOHNSTON, DUfONT b_A)UK,
Columbia street, phone 169.
FOR SALE���A r.-rooni cottage, nearly
new. In Sapperton; owner must
have money at once. This can be
bought  very cheap   ."or  cash.
FOUR and a half acre block on
the North Road, only a mile and
a half from car terminus, Sapperton; prices and terms very reasonable.
ROYAL  CITY   REALTY    COMPANY,
Columbia  street,   near   tram   ottice,
phone   133.    Real  estate  and msiir- j
ance.        City    property,    suburban 1
tracts,     farm    lands,     and  chicken \
ranches.
OSE   OF   COLl   IBIA    i
115,  SONS  OF ENGLAND
Red  Rose lie,   |
Fourth   Wedm    I
In   K. of P   Hall
��CE   No
B S.-
-'..
11
< ti   tn.. White I
Wednesday    In   e
time nn !
.
urtta
O.   U.  W.-sRAS-R   | ,   ,
-M ;,.
mj    in ' .-.,.,.    ���
urethren cord
14
i ...   i   room
fellows'  ui  i
wURT  BKuNETTfc, in.   .  ,,    Qf
Meets ti     i' ',
month  at H
hall, ��>d Ifel    v
RESTAURANTS.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING
j PRATERNAL   ORDER   OF  EAGLES,
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprie- FREEMAN    BUNTING,    ROOM    10,
tress).    Four courses, consisting of     Brine block, Clarkson street      P.O.
soup,   lish,   boiled   entree  or  roast,      Box 694.
pudding or pi", tea, coffee or milk.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���PURE  BRED PLY-
moutb. Rock and White Leghorns;
$1 per sitting. D. W. Bray, Fourth
avenue and Eighth street.
" I
FURNITURE.
W.   E,   Fa_.ES,    .HE   FURNITURE
Dealer, i pholsterer and Ujdertaker,
con   ���   .gnes and McKenzie stn ������'.- '
Phone 176, ulght . .11 81.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. Mciis, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; ��o Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPH". ,i.\U
Typewriting, copy -work, business
letters, etc. Province office. Co-
l_mbla street.    Phone 62.
Ai ri-   No. 20    Meets ��� ' ���,-.
evening   it S       tn., ii
boll     Col
W.   Pres.;   H.  S
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS Or TEMPERANCE meet   everj \\ ednesdij
at  S  o'clock   p.  in..  Id Odd
ha.l, Columbl
ROLLER   RINK.
HENRY'S   NURSERIES ���  PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
Bupplles, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and bra ich nur
serv at South Vancouver.
HOUSES TO   RENT.
TO RENT���$15, six-room house, Ro a]
avenue and Fourth street; modern
conveniences. Apply J. M. McD n-
ald, 131 Agues street.
TO RENT���Five-room cottage, furnished, on Eighth street, close to
car line. Possession on or before
April 1. Apply B , Dally News Office.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���ONE LARGE FURNISH-
e_ bedroom, also one small one,
Terms reasonable. Apply 287, Victoria street.
TO   RENT ��� FURNISHED    Rl   '
bath and modern conveniences,   Apply 265 Victoria Btreet
GROCERY.
FOR   THE   BEST   VALUE IN   GRO-
eerie, ��� The  Run   :   od
Suppl ���   '.'    cry, P.  O.  Box 811,
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS. RUNACRES, 216 SIXTH ST.,
opp. Queen's Avenue Church.���
Home-made sausages and rolls, heal
cheese, i tc.
IRON WORKS.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
Boii i - ikers and General Plat--
Workers Boilers, smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
sheet iron work. Telephone .12., P.
O. Box 442.
PROFESSIONAL.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
antl Solicitor. Guichon 'lock. Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster.  It.  C.
W.    MYERS    GRAY,      BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court  House.     P.  O.   Box  196.
Telephone 64
PYTHIAN SKATING RIJ-fK, New K.
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes Streets,
Hours; Morning. 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10.
Admission 10c;   Skates. 25c.
REAL  ESTATE.
WADE, WHEALLER 6c McQUARRIE
i.F. C. Wade. K. C, A. Whealier, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. -12 Lorn, street, opposite
courthouse, New* Westminster,
i Phon.- 143), and the Vancouver of-1
flee is at No. :,, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Sire_t west.
WHITE ,SHIL__3 & CO.
Real   Estate and   Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and   suburban   property.
200 Columbia street.
TO RENT���Large store nexl to telephone Office
STORE���On Columbia street, Supper-
ton, to rent; $l."> per month,
FOR SALE���Several large lots on car
line, Burnaby, for $100 and ?l-:'
each; $2."i down, balanci at 7 per
cent.
PEERS & RAMSAY. REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnabj' property a
speciatly. Room 7 Hamley block.
P. O. Box 458, phom* 1164.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. Speck & Crandell,
mar Tram office.
SONo OF bCOTLAND I NEFITM
SOCIATION LORD Or TH: ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Mei ��� l      i_
Third  Tuesda \   -1 ei
K. of P. ball
TAILORS.
GALVIN, 32 Sixth street;  ladies' and
men's    tailor.        Exclusive   patterns
In ladies' and men's suitings. Pressing   and   repairing,   on  I hurt   noi
Phone   BS.'O.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lome sffeet, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's  Drug  Store.
THE EDISON TIU.ATI.K. CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
I.   0.
O.    F.���Ra
yai   Cltj
f
.
Meets   in
ci
till
la _ reel
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:.,t:
at
-a. o'clock.
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ABBOTT &  HYDE.   (V.H.C.  ABBOTT
Manager).     Real   estate,   Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances. J
238 Columbia Street. P. 0. Box 247.
Phone 321.
WOODWOHKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings; '
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estl- !
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro-
prletor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. 0. box 254, Phone
473,
OTHER     FRATERNAL
include the ; a)
F. and A. M .  KI
No. 17. A. F. an 1   .   '
No. 1150; L. O. !
Sapperton, No.  II
K.,    Court  VVUstmli N��
Brotherhood o! "������     '   ' v  *
��
BOARD OF TRADS ��� '���'���'"*'-*
Bter Board of Trade on _ |a��
Board Room, Cltj H ��� ;',:!;,,":
Third Thursday ��� ���-'���' ^
Quarterly    tr<- ' "-1   ""*
Thursday    of   Fe J|J
August and   Novem ��� ���   il ' f-*
Annual    meetings     -   '������'"
Thursday    of    I
members   maj
elected at any n '''''
meeting.     A. E   V. _
Nf*
FOR SALE
Good lots on the Vancouver
"Cut-Off" line, $250 to $850
each, on easy terms.
Lot 50x120, on the Sixth street
carline, Burnaby, $125, half cash.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia St.
DON'T MARRY���BE HAPPY.
EXCURSIONS OF VETERANS
ARRANGED FROM THE EAST
Ottawa, March 16.   Thi  B
volunteers' homes ek' rs' i
the Interei I    of yolunte r   who di   Ir'
to locate or take    upn   Idem e upon
laud received from tin  Dominion government,  have been arranged
Canadian   South   Afi lean   ;-��� i \ Ice   ;i;
soclation, with the railways, through
the  I'n tern   Canadian   Passengi r  *;
soclation.
April '1 the Brsi ol thesi i xcun Ions
wil] be held, an i Uie dates of other
, \, ursl n have '"��� n Hxi d for April
20, May  l and 18,
\  gpecla   round trip nne from On-
tai lo and in bi c points of |32 to
Winnipeg J40.50 to Calgary, und
$42.50 ��� nton with corresponding rate I Intermediate points has
'neon    ���   I.
Tick i good  for approximate^ two ��� nth    with extension ll
required,     B payment of a small  i
dltloni       ���           stop-over   prlvili v
���    allowi of Winnipeg.
Advice of Spinster Who Is Over One
Hundred Years Old.
Lynn, Mass. March IC���"If you
want i" live long and die happy, don't
:������ married, Take mis bit of advice
from me, the oldest maid in the country, I guess." On Wednesday "Aunt"
Phoebe Ann.. Wade celebrated her
102nd birthday, and when a bevy ot
Linn school teachers, called with
Bowers aim congratulations, she gave
them the above matrimonial advice.
She told a reporter why she hud never married. Sim said that when her
mother died she promised her that she
NEW
Spring Goods for Ladies
and Gentlemen
A   beautiful  line   of   material     for
would look after her father always.
' "When he died I was rather a hack
number, you see.'' she naively remarked. Miss Wad, was born in Wades-
vi.le. N. S., March 10, 1807. She has
I lived .during the a din ini si ration "I
every presideni i xcept Washin on
and Adams.
���*+++++++++++++++++++++++++!
i! This is the
tr    	
jl Opportunity
,4 ������--_���---________-���
<>        Look   over   Henry's   catalogue
and make out jour order for
Pacific  Coast
Tested Seeds
Trees, Plants, Bee Supplies, etc
No windy age,..;    .��� ,,nnov v(),
made costumes and suitings has ;J   No daniilw. ,___. tum)g ^ ^
arrived, 4   delays of custom
guarantee a perfeql fit and good :
nunshtp,
YOU "PRESS THE BUTTON," |
WE DO THE REST.
Jack   London   Quits.
^.';;     Pri 0      March     16,
1.' ndon, ��� thor, who starte I
"'is cit; .   liniv ago In his
���   foi i .  around thi   ��
Is a pl ati ,1, in the South Si
d bi hi    continued 11 1
'  h 11 d the long trip to
to Cs'ii
WIN YUEN CO.
Kwong  On   Wo &  Co.   Block,
Columbia    and    Mclnnes    Sts.
P, 0. Box 66E
lKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
"ough the columns of THE DAILY
���-WS.    The  Morning  Paper,
I
HENRY'S
Nurseries::
Offices.   Greenhouses   and   Seed.
houses, 3010 Westminster  Road,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery!
South Vancouver
TOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in * '���
chard, between Pine and Th
streets, facing Fourth avenue,
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
LAND ACT.
������������������������������������������������������������������*������
New Westminster Land District.
District of  Sayward.
Take notice that 1, C. W. Preston,
of Vancouver, Ot lupatlon fanner, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land :
Commencing at a. post planted on
the north shore or south Twin Island,
thence following the shore easterly,
Southerly,    westerly,      northerly    and
easterly bad; to polnl "f   commencement, taking in the whole island containing 200 acres more or less.
C. W. PRESTON,
Doted Feb, 2nd. L909
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.     T-ie   Morning   Papc.
NOTICE
New Westminster
District,
mster-
���   ;
il : ''
rji!r
District of New We
Take  notlc
Plti  Meadows, H C
ried lady, intend
sion to   purcha .^i
scribed landi : O er,fW
��� planl."I al  Hi"    ���
I 1*020,   thence    ��� '  Var*"'"'
south si) chain ,.,
' more or less to  v '
thence north
'tl...  polnl of ������
ling 160 acn    1 lBp,
iiAitniRi 1      ,.
M.I. G��BP0!S'
'���.-. WEDNESDAY,  MARCH   17,  1909.
THE UAILY NEWS.
PENITENTIARY SUPPLIES,
io rs
endorsed
iv. Ived
Inclusive,
Sealed   tenders   ad tressed "Inepec
0�� penitentiaries,  Ottawa," ami
renders for Supplies,"  will
receive-    until    Thursday,    25th
March, Inclusive, from paries desir-
0���s of' ontractlng lor supplies, for the
��� L909-1910, for the following
IIS( .11   ���     '
ti(    . namely:
Kingston Penitentiary.
St vi- ��� nl de Paul Penitentiary
p,        ter Penitentiary.
,   Penitentiary.
Columbia Penitentiary.
niteiiMary,     Elmonion
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
PAGE THREE.
LAND    DIS-
District of  ��
urrey.
Take
Intends
leas,,  ll
Commeni
er Ms-
quarter section
NI    ling     north   und
Ilii
_lbi   ���'
Alia.
Separate
tenders will he received
fur ..ach of the following classes of
supplies:
l.
i .,.
Coal till.
Cordwood.
Dr ig
Dry Qoods.
���'".
b Fish.
ih Meat.
���
rdware.
. ather.
Milk.
.unl Paints,
Pork  nnd   Bacon.
Pi  ;i tnd  Cement.
Leather.
Tinware.
Dei      of Information as to form of
together with forms of ten-
Ider, will be furnished on application
to ihe wardens.
' All     ipplles  are subject  to  the  ap-
iroval of the warden.
DOUGLAS STEWART,
QEO, W. DAWSON,
inspectors of Penitentiaries,
: of Justice, Ottawa, Feb-
|Tuary 27, 1909.
J.
4.
s.
9.
ni
11,
12
: :
II
15
16.
17,
���'l":i,,('.  thai   I ��� ..:..   T. Thriti l
'"    appl-,   r0r    permission to j
following     ... scribed  land:
''"'- al a post planted where
l""'  '"""""'''ly   boundary    of    lot 505
|Sr��ui- two (_,. NeW ft-estmlnsl
tricl  Intersects    th
line,  prolonged,
south through s.-cio, two  (21, town-
8hlP """ (Dl  thence   outh  160 rodi
thence east 160 rods; thence north to
8   *",n,:   :""   '���'"��     '   ���  '-   of   the   I.e.ore
mer/tlohed southerly    boundary of lot
:' "'  sr '  two   ilii;   thence   easterly
paralle*   ���<>  the said southerly   boun-
da��"J  0' l"t 505, group two (2), to a|
point i,_ rods north ol the 49th paral-
j"1 of north latitude;  t)_ence wesl t0
l0W   W;""r  '"''"'I.   und  '.;-'   rods distant
trom     Ba|d   ��t-   parallel  of north
latitude; thence south 62 rods; thence
''ils' !<l ,h" Polnl where the southerly
'boundary of lot 505, group two 12)
intersects the before mentioned 19th
parallel of north latitude; then follow-
Ing the said southerly boundary ol lot
"''������. group  two  i.i,  to th. '
commencement, eor,-,-,.,.,, ....'...._... I"P
* MADE IN CANADA^
AE
SPANIEL  ADOPTS
TWO  BABY  LIONS
i.      tnge
ina;    -Kit,
Eai i ;,],,.
March     16.    I'- irlng
African lioness in  the
CONSERVATION Of
NATURAL RESOURCES
H.M0REYSC0.
THE KIND
THAT PLEASES
THE PEOPLE
zoo would kill two whelps
!"'tu to her y.i rday morning, Keeper Rice Look them away from her and
gave tin in to a spaniel to nurse. The
spaniel cuddl-ed up to the baby lions
and they emed perfectly content.
The keep,., was fearful that the lioness would kill her offspring because Of
people approaching the cage.      After
the whelps, had been taken rrom the, Hon of Canada's National Resources
cage the lioness paced her cage ner- was the subject of an address by Hon
rously. At intervals she voiced her Sidney Fisher before the Canadian
Brief in   a   piteous    cry, .but  a word   club  here yesterday,    il..  referred to
Hon. Sidney Fisher Advises
Canadians to Take Warning From Mistakes of U.S.
Montreal, March 16.���The Conserva-
E- W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
iL Toronto, Ont. tfj
 riiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiitil
always bave something special
in the way of BARGAINS.
They invite you to come in and
look around. Stationery, Fancy
Goods, Toys, Crockery, Sportin^
Goods, Combs, Brushes, etc.,
AT
���per would o,uiet her.
English Watchmaker
,'oliu   of      (:��ld VVatchea for Ladles from $12./.
tion   two     uiu.'dr. t|
containing by estlma-
more or less.
Haled   ui    White   it ���
22nd day of Felvruary,
HENRY
and    forty   acres
('.,   ibis
k   ii
1909,
T,   Tllf'IF.
gents'   open
lies, gems'    open    case
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
|W)__N'T_ER    BOUNTY     ACT,    'i908.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
!.v .      ilgnment of the right of _
South   .frlcan Voluteer entitled to a
land      ������  must    be by way of ap-
substitute and must be (eight
|h. -I,- ��� provided  by the Act.
Spi  .     .Mention  ,'s  called  to  Subs' '        if Section 5 of the Volunteer the said  southerly
Bu.it.;    \ :   1908, which provides that
���   ��� of the right of a vol-
di ' appointment of a Buh-
tuti .ici pti d or recognized
rtmi nt     of   the   Interior
:   '   i not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
rant
tlfl _-f<*nrc In	
IREENWAY,
���: missloner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
Take notice thai tti
Intends to apply to tne lion, the commissioner of lands for permission to
lease the undermentioned lands in
New Westminster di- 'i I
Oommencing at a point where the
section lin,. (prolonged) running easi
and west between sections seven iTi
and eighteen (18), intersects the westerly boundary of loi 505, -roup two
(2), .New Westminster district; thence
westerlj 1"" feet, thence southerly and
easterly parallel to me westerly and
southerly boundar. "i the said lot
.*���'.'.". to the centre line (prolonged) running north and south tnorugh section
isi, township one tl). New
Westininst'T district: thence south
",0 feet, thence easterly parallel with
boundary   of   the
Silver Watches,
$6.00.
Silver Wati
$7.50  it;      I	
Agent    for    Waltham    nnd     Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
undersigned    Two   doors   from   Ceo. Adams.   Grocer
LAND    DIS-
i, Ju   ���
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the be.t quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New We_-nim*ter.
said   loi 505  to a   point  immediately
south  of the point wnere tho centre
line i prolonged i running east or west
through   Bection   ten  (10),   Intersects
high-water mark;  thence north along'
the westerly boundary oi -aid lot 505 ���
to the point where said centre line of
tlie Minister of Militia section ten imi Intersects high-water
avor of the volunteer.| mark;  thence westerly and northerly
along    the   southerly    .md    westerly
boundary line of said loi  505 to the'
point of beginning, containing ibj estimation 60 acres mor... or less. I
Dater al White Rock, B. C, February 23, ll>09.
E. W. LEESON.
II!.V'.:y T  THRIFT, Airent.
PRINTING
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Hates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
J.    P. 0. Box 474.
Tel. 53.
Res. 429.
| Gasoline Engines
We   Sell  the  Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
PALMER
HROS.TWO
AND FOUR
CYCLE
GASOLINE
E.NCilNES
NOTICE.
If Application for Wharf and Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster,
B.C.
en    .   given   that   I   the
Mercer, of the City of
��� v'' Br,  l:   c, Contractor,
��� :''       ���   i to His Excellency the
"������ ' nn 11   for  the  approval
���   tor the eou-tructiou
' ���*������''    - id ii.at ine -lip situate or
north soon  ol Lulu Island on the
rtn \'-   of the Fraser River have
"���' H  ���   witu   the     Honorable     the
m '���"    :   Public   Works at Ottawa
aid wharf and    slip    way
'"���* '       i"1 '   ~i) construct on land
iter, lying north of and
��� -' of lot "A" of lot
New Westminster Dis-
��� Ith  a description  oi
le ci it,, d by metei
and have also deposited
���    i   in   the   office     of
Deed    for the  said
v ti ���. ���, in which
��� proposed to    be
1  lance  wiih   thi
Section    7    of    thi
Protection   Act,
1906
: nt
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388    4* i v
******* **********! f
the international conference, and
said there was no compact between
: nation-:, and that documents drawn Up
! did noi Interfere with authority of
either nation. With regard to the
findings of this commission they call-
lor stoppage ol waste which was going on throughout this continent, and
advocated that all natural resources
should be available tor utilization of
the public, and not be contro'bil by
corporations, i,ui by the people at
large.
The majority  of people, he added,
I were only living  fi ������ the day, but he
(did not consider that good patriotism,
I He would not  say in what way or to
iwliai  extent  they had dissipated their
resources In  Canada,  but  he advised
them  lo  take  warning, and see to it
that  peopb- of fifty years lienc-e were
I not  in   the position  of those in  the
l'nited States todaj-.    .-u    the present
rate  the  forest resources of    Canada
I would  noi  last  out many generations,
| although I.,  a policy recently adopted
by  the  government, forests had      en
reserved.    But   if  the   iresent   grant8
of  land  contln u d   to  be  made  ib ���:���
would  find th: t. ,   ntrarv to the Btate
ments made regarding the forests being Inexhaustible,     they     would    be
lost within the next two decades,   ln
1908 there were jus; under seven-million  persons in  this country, and he
had  no  hesitation  in  saying  that in
liul the census would show a popula-
of eight million.    They should see to
it   that  twenty   million,  of   people  in
1930   should   have   abundance  of timber  and  an  abundant   flow of  water
i for municipal and  domestic purposes
IMOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
TEH.SYLVAI.IA SMITHY COAl
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAl
JOSEPH   MAYER'S
Successor   to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture .*
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE  FAIR," Columbia  Street.
BIG STEEL  COMPANY
REDUCES  ITS  WAGES
1 1-2 to l!e h.p., 2
value on the mark*
tock at
and 4 cycle.   Rest
'. Engines kept in
NOTICE.
Edison Theatre
Animated
Pictures    and
Songs.
Illustrated
THE   LATEST   HITS   OF  THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee for
ladies and children, Saturdays at 2:30
p.m.
Admission,  10c. Children. 5c.
F. L. KERR, Manag.r.
New  Westminster,  B, C
of January, A. n. 1909.
E   MERCER.
I
m
i  i
opEHA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
-Shaun Klme.
Uncle Tom's Cabin,
'r''tl -I     Marry   I! ere--ford.
1        ' '���' Master  Power.
Marrying   Mary.
'n! '���   Blanch Walsh.
The Qingerhred Man.
rii
Choice   Hams   18c
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Klghth St. and    Fifth Avemie
PHONE  370.
BOWELL Sl ODDy. Proprietor*
Take notice that I, C. W. Preston,
if Vancouver, IJ. C, farmer, intend to
apply io the Honorable chic: Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
twenty-one year grazing lease on the
following described land: Commencing al n post on the east shore oi
Zayas Island, Port Simpson district
about a mile south of .the mouth of
Lake creek, thence west across the
Island to the shore, thence following
the shore northerly, easterly and
south, rly to the iioint of commencement
-No. _ lease.���-Zayas island, Port
Simpson district, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No. 1 lease,
thence west across the island to the
shore, theuc- following the shore
southerly, easterly and northely
around to the point of commencement.
('. W. PRESTON.
.lan. 28. 190fl
Harrlsburg, Pa., March 16.���The
Pennsylvania Steel Company, one of
the largest of the independent steel
companies in the country, has announced a reduction in wages of approximate!)' 10 per cent., effective pn
April 1.
The onier stated that the reduction
would be made "pending a return of
normal business conditions." It was |
somewhat of a surprise to the 0000
employees. Nine thousand men are
1 employed at the plant when it is running full ilme.
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster j ST. Patrick's
.. Vv estminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
^^^^^^ CONCERT
TONIGHT, ST. PATRICK'S HALL
Ml
r Bn���
liLMJU
,^��.-_ Frit
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATL A NT IC STEAM SHIPS
March   26
MAKE   YOUR   APPtAL to the  public
'   through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
Empress   of  Britain    . . .
Empress   of   Ireland       April   9
Empress  of   Britain       April   23
When sending for friends in the old
country by buying tickets at this
office you wlll save money and prevent
delay.
Call  for particulars.
ED. GOULKT,
Agent.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for .New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half boui thereafter
until  11:,10  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:5Q, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until   11:00 p.m.
Sunday  Schedule.
Cars leave Vanoouver for New West
minster ai 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
.very half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.in.
firs leave New Westminster for Vancouver a; 8:00 a.m.. and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 ji.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster,
��0��_ ��� 'Vkywk-vex^^
Advertising and Circulation i
I��E Daily News, New Westminster l,��?Ver week> $1 for 3 mos.
T  '- r\TANDARD OP Empire, London and Toronto, weekly     . .$2 per year
T   .' I All'Y NEWS-ADVERTISER, Vancouver   50c per month,  $5 per yea,
'" Sunday Nrws-Advkrtiser,       "         50c for 3 mos., $1.50 a year
Subscriptions and Advertisements solicitf--! for the above publications
CHARLES   E. SANHS, Agent
g
1
3
i
Great   Northern   Railway.
Lv. N.W. 9:1,". a.m.:  ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N.W. 4:35 p.m.; ar. .Seattle 10 pm.
Lv. N.W. 12:10 a.in ; ar. Seattle 7:16
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m.; ar. N.W. '! p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:25  p.m.;   ar.  N.W.  9:66
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m.; ar. N.W. i'i:_n
a.m.
G. N.  R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m.. returns at !. p.m. t0
city. Leaves Thursday, I p.m., arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday  at   3:50   p.m.,  arrives  in   city
V ! Saturday at 9 a
Mi- _
111.
m
0. B
.Vyv
ox 29
4
New Westminster
Phone A22
1 ��� * ^_>>>>*_iai_ecrac^
Leaves Port Qulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 0:110 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday, ..rives at Port
Qulchon fi p.m.. Thursday and Friday,
Chairman,   W.   H.   Keary,   Mayor.
Overture  Medl
llaici s   Uiiiiestra.
PART   I.
1.���Tenor Sulo.     The Harp Thai
once tnro'   Jura's  Halls,'   Mr.
Fred FUglano.
J.���Bass Solo "Rory Darlin,
Air.   W.   .Morris.
���>.���Soprano Solo,  "The Last Hose
ot  Summer,'  from   'Martha,
.Miss Aluerta  Lavery.
I.     Bass   Solo,   "Loyal    Hearts   of
Ireland   where  the  Shamrock
Crows,"   Mr,   A.   io   Williams.
5.���Gaelic Dance .... s.-.11111 trlubhas
Messrs.  H.  Matthews and W.  McKay
Pipe:   MacGroar,
6.���Soprana  Solo,  "O!   Did  you ni er
hear tell 0' the  Blarney/'    Miss
Alvlna -Munn.
7.���Soprana Solo   "Kathleen  Mavour-
neen," Mrs.  .1. H.  Diamond,
interlude    Irish   Airs
Harcy's Orchestra
Followed   by  a   shorl  address    on
'Irish   Ideals."  by   ReV.   W.   P.  O'Hoyle.
PART  II.
1.���Baritone Solo .. "Father O'Flynn;'
Mr. All'. Johnston,
2.���Tenor Solo ..  "The Minstrel Hoy'
Mr. Fred FUglano,
3.���Duo, Soprana and Alto, "Greeting*1
Mrs. .1. 11. Diamond, Miss Alma Leamy
4.���Irish Dances "The Washerwoman"
Messrs. D, Matthews   ami W. McKay
l'ilier Mact!roar,
."i.��� Bass   Soto    Crtiiskin   Lawn
Mr. Matthew Knight.
6.    Soprana   Solo   . ,   ���'Barney   (('Ilea
Miss  Alvlna   Mu'nn.
7.���Duo, Bass and Tenor, "All's Well'
Messrs. Fred. Kilgain, A. (i.  Willlani,
Finali���Dairy's  Orchestra.
God Save the King.
Note���-During the Interlude, fife oh-
ligato,    "Klllarney,"      Master    Allan
Peebles.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
utTlce 'Phone 18&.      Barn   Phone 1-7
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly    tc.
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
New Spring Goods
JUST  ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   material  you   want   for
suits ma.le to order.    Perfect fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O. Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite Windsor Hotel,
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
Applications will be received up :c
Monday, the 2-'nd, inst., at . p.m., for
the position of City Scavenger, duti'..'
to commence on April is;, iy09. Sa.'-
lary at the rate of $.">0 per month. For
information as to duties, etc., apply
io tha sanitary inspector at the City
Hall.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall   March 3, 1909.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
AevR.ed Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight ��tre.t.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   E.   C.
Jjjjfr  CANADIAN  eSfc*-
^Jr   pacific   yfr
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IX���
HE       DAILY NEW
Westminster's Home Paper,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter Holidays
In connection with the above round
trip tickets will be sold nt one single
fare and one-third. Tickets on sal-
April Mli 10 12th Inclusive, (jood :o
return Up lo nn(| including April 1.1th.
School pupils and teachers will be
given tickets from April 1st to 2lst.
KI).   (iOCLKT.
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or C. B  F08TB5R,
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B. C.
buked his colleagues for making
statements to the House which are
not true, and for finding fault with
the Government without cause. There
is deeper seated trouble among the
Conservatives than this. The fact
that Mr. Foster usurps the functions
E. A. Paige Managing Director of Mr. Borden is a source of daily annoyance to Conservative members.
Old time fighters have been left on thi
back benches, and new men without
experience or qualifications for the
fi'out row have been placed over their
heads.
WEDNESDAY,   MARCH   17,   1909.
CIVIC FRANCHISES.
HA.PPYLAND SOLD.
The  action  of  the  city   council   at   Winnipeg's Big Amusement Park Dis-
thelr  last  meeting  ��i.h   relerence to ^ posed   of  for  $50,000.
the franchise granted to the Royal Winnipeg, March IC���The buildings,
City Gas Improvement company cer- stande, attractions and other equip-
tainly opens a Held of criticism, not nu,nt which hav_ been istalled at Hap-
only in this case, but in several re-' ,iy]iin,i during the time the amuse-
cent instances, in which an impression ment parjj naH ben in operation were
has been conveyed that certain inter- j g-jj by w M pjahe,., who owna the
est. were anxious to obtain from the ' sitP ,,,���.,, which they stand, this mom-
council valuable concessions which ing t0 a loca- Byntiicate, headed by
they wished to hold lor speculative Mr< Lamonti The price was $50,000.
purposes in  the future. xhe  new   proprietors    will    Install
We do not say  that the gentlemen  more up-to-date attractions and oper-
who waited on the council with refer-  ate   the  park   again   this  si a   in.
���ence to the attempt to revive the new      ;\-r.  Fisher  was seen  in   regard lo
gas company's franchise have any ul-   the transfer, but doclim-d to discuss It.
terior  motive  in their  application,  In j	
la.: they arc probably as capable to
do I usiness as any organisation which
has appealed to the city for franchises
recently, bul  what  we take objection!
to is that the original shareholders' Seattle, March 16.���Shingle mills of
have been permitted to negotiate their the Statl> of Washington .will resume
franchise with another set of promo- operations again on March 22. An-
:.,. without coming to the council, nouncement to this effect has just
and frankly saving: "We figured at j '>"* ���- �����le from the headquarters f
too low a price, and cannot make it ,h<> Washington Shingle Grading as-
pay, therefore we surrender the char- j soclation. The mills in this state
ter for vou to put it in other hands." j were closed down some time ago in an
The council should nave obtained a Ieffort l0 Sive strength to the market,
revocation of the old franchise, and ; Despite the curtailment of the shingle
then been on terms to do business output, the condition of the eastern
with any other applicants.    The con- j market remain,  practically  the same
WASHINGTON SHINGLE
MILLS WILL REOPEN
ALABAMA NLKLHANTS TO
BURN CIGARETTE PAPERS
Business   Men  of  Town  Creek to  Destroy Stocks on  Hand and  Not
Handle  Them  in  Future.
.+44++++** �����+��� *"+++*++++++
Montgomery, Ala., March 16.���Regarding the sale of cigarette papers,
the merchants of Town Creek, Ala.,
a small town on the Southern railroad, near De-catur, have signed a peculiar pledge.
All the business men have agreed tG
burn all cigarette papers now on their
hands in their stores and not to pur-
c'mse any more. They further agree
to prosecute anyone in the future who
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INSURE Your Property NOW
Now  is  the time  to  insure  your  business  blocks    and   ttMir  stocks.
dwellings and their contents, in fact everything  that   flre  can  destroy. .
I  represent  the Liverpool,  London nnd Globe assurance oonrpatiy, ���
can write you a good, sound policy al  ratefl which are considerably beiov, I
others in business.     Do not postpone your Insurance.     I can Insure i j
buildings while under construction. Write  me  for my  rates. j
J. J.  JOHNSTON. j
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET. PRONE  163. \
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THE WARDROB^1
handles them.
cigarettes.
It  is unlawful to sell
IT   PAYS TO   ADVER1ISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
I PHILLIPS,
CLOTHIER
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NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
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NEW   HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
OX FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO    LOTS.    REASONABLE TERMS.
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 T. R, PEARSON, Mgr.	
IVS O N r Y    TO    LOAN
ditions under which the new promoters wish to carry on operations are
very different from those which were
stated last summer when the charter
was passing though the council. A
longer term before redemption by the
corporation, a lower bonus, and dearer
gas all make a different set of circumstances than those which secured
the grant of the franchise.
We think these alterations create a |
now situation, and instead of amendments, a new charter should have
been granted. We want new industries here, and are glad to see the
revival of a scheme which was apparently dead, but the council should
lake good care thai its assets are
not made the-subject for speculation.
What is to prevent promoters from
selling again, as the written guarantee counts for little, and can ibe di-*
owned in tho future if n ssary? A
bond should be put up in cases or
sliis kind.
We have here the transfer of a valuable franchise to capitalists who are
undoubtedly good business men, while
the council docs not know what the
consideration was. or whether the
original promoters made a loss or a
profit on the transaction. In granting long leases and franchises the
civic body cannot be too careful what
Bteps an- taken to safeguard the pub-
lie   interest.
as it has ben during the last month.
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Extra
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"GET THE   HABIT.'
Stoke Up!
COAL   SCUTTLKS   (Japanned)
Special Today.
EACH.
Premier r
IS  THE   BEST.
Ask your grocer for it, and be sure you gi ;   Premier Flour, for It
no equal.
If your dealer does not stock it. phone See, and we will deliver i: to
you Immediately.      Remember.  Premier Flour Is the    est.    Ono   :��� m
have tried it you wi'.l always use It.
THE TRUE  ECONOMISTS.
In discussion of the grants to the
constituencies for public works the
opposition in the House of Commoai
lias snoun Strang- inconsistency.
While uttering tin- i r.a of extrava-
gance they are making appeals for
those constituencies which tbey represent quite apan from any regard
for tb.. necessity imposed by the loss
iui due i" the unliersal tint nv..!   depn ssioa.
The Government has presented ver;
in idi rati  e itimati    tu thi   Ho.is'', and
are mi |   with    In   objection    by
iheir opponents thai money Bhould be
expi vi. '   in  i- mi)   plai i s where i he
Govi nment  hi   ������ thought  it   v.i .   to
' xpi     .tare,    in   iliis  con- i
Ion   it   nni-;   be   siat.-d  that    the
���:      ��� mi   ba      ' .     Imlnated.
against ,mv com I >  i ai j   i o account
of ib.        tical chaiacti    ol Iti  repre-
qentatlon.    T!i��.   Coi   i    atlves,   bow-
ever, arc noi com -  n. d aboul ridings
represented bj   Llbi ral . bul  In ever;.
i ase v. here tbi j advocate thai public
works Bhould ibe constructed the con-
constltui nev  Is ri presenti I        mi tn-
bl rs of their own  party.
This proves  Inn.   little    faith    the
. rvative   bave in themselves, and
bow quickly  tbey  betray the  people
whose confidence tbey   ought.    The
Governmenl   ha     curtail' d    expenditures  without ;iny  regard   lo  politics.
and  Instead  "i   praise  they  are mei
with bold requests to expend money In
Conservative constituencies, and Con
aervatlves brazenly criticize 'be Gov-
.  amenl   in  ev< rj   i use    where    the
money is spi nt  In  ;.  Liberal constituent
The GoVi i-iiitw in ->f Sir Wilfrid
Laurier  may  be  ti USti d   to be  faithful
lu  'lie  future as they  have bi i n  In
the past.
Th- Opposition cannol agree, Quite
recently a prominent ConBervativi
member, Major Baattie, nf London  n-
For Men
The Fai-
240 Columbia Street.
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draw your Bpecfal attention to llie fact thai i1-.'
N.w Westminster for the famous Hudson Bay \\-
bj reputation have proved the i>est. They are :,
English d'ill and galatea, ,ir.- Bbown In plain a
prices to attract the most shrewd  tuyi
75c to $2.50
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VV. C. CHAMBER LIN
The Jeweler
COLUMBIA   3TR_tT.     NEW  WESTMINSTER
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Fresh   Pork    Sausages  daily.
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in our lines of men's shoes we show every style bather a d last known to the
best makers of men's sbo-s.     Every pah-
lias the fit. the wear and the style that contributes to a good shot    ti I   i pleased customer.
every man in town to make it his particular business to see our handsome spring shoes.
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We .ant every woman to know about the excellence and goodness 0| our nev? .spring Bnoi a
man conns here for sbos We ,,1'f,.,. her no guesswork styles, but the best woman Bhoei
i"id"ces.      ui"U SI'Ki'Iai.tv   Wonien's $2.fi0 to $3.50 flne shoes,  patent leathers, etc.
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New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  a. C.
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MARCH   17,  1909.
THE  DAILY  NEW
PAGE FIVK
GRAND SPRING EXPOSITION AT
The Cash Store
. iav. spared no effort or energy to make this store the very shrine of fash-
- district.    Not only are our goods the acme of modernity -a broad
thoroughly dependable quality, judiciously purchased, and last, but
n0- . .,.. honestly priced. Our facilities for buying are as good as any business
tie West.    We are tied down to no particular manufacturer." We buy
please, and more especially where we get the best goods, and as a
ce can in many instances undersell the bigger city stores, which are
ipped in having to pay enormous rents and otner big expense.   All we
- a fair and impartial com .arison.   We have proved our claim in former
throw down the gaunt et again.   Our big connection and increasing
been built by giving our best attention and honest value t   our patrons, rather than by any statements in the press
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ELABORATE   DISPLAY   OF
Women's Suits and Coats
.^.  ���- vfrsally conceded   that  the   high   stage   -'   . ���        I   -n   that   ready-to wear   garment!   hive
���: e-sure their being  worn by the woman   nuhc des -ej to  look her best.       It   it absolutely
. .   to obtain the   style  in any other way.       Ou -     designed   by    expe-ts.       Men  and
���rse   yearly   salary for the  product  of their brain and  ingenuity is a  tm.     '.--.-ine.      Our
.  *.s and ccats this  season  are  more chic  and  pr.-.: er   than   ever.       You   l  :   .*.*���dially   in
vptct them.      They are ;o:,*ig vei-y fa.:.      A word to  the  v> se   is  sufficient.
COMPREHENSIVE  SHOWING OF
Misses' and Children's
Wearables
Neve- were v��e so well able to cater
I: the wants of the young folks as
now. If it 's a tailored suit cr a
coat, or a sailor suit, print lawn, or
evening dresv- we have it. and just
wnat you want, and at the proper
price.
Have you seen our Children's Reefers?    Prices $2.25 to $7
Just an .ed   from  Germany the dressiest and swellest line of children's  and   misses   coats you  could
pes     y   look   on.      They   sell cn sight.      Qu'te a  number of new   ideas  in   the   styles this  year.
r, at"* 5H.    ��� -a    t"" tl -
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Women's New Sailor Hats,
Children's Galateas, Tarns. Etc.
Tr.c   first   shewing   of   -.vomer's   pl.vi
stravs;     children's     ga;ateas.
tarns, etc.    All at popular prices.
Some Snaps in Prints, Lawns,
Muslins and Ginghams
REAL INDIGO DYE PRINTS, 10c YD.
Over .0 pieces of dainty wash prints
.ind check ginghams. Prints are navy
.round, with white spot and sprig:
cadet ground with white spot; white
ground with colored polka dot. etc.
Fast dye and warranted to wash. All
���it, per yard 10c
D~INTY  NEW DRESS MUSLINS AT
10c A YARD.
About  80  pieces   of   pretty  new  mus
,ins  in  a    galaxy of    designs,  sprig.
��   polka  dot, etc., each one  dain-
'tr than the other. All   at,  yard.10c
0 yard- Victoria lawn at 9c
^ide.   nice,   fine   quality.
0 yards   English   long   cloth   at   12
for $1.00
6 inch wide, fine cambric finish.
ady tor the needle.      Price as a spa-
offer, 12 yards for $1.00
Grand Display of New Prints
and Ginghams at 15c Yd.
Are you aware that right here In your
own town of Westminster ycu have
over 200 pieces of print and ginghams
at 15c to select from? We question
if there is another store outside of
Toronto that could give you such
choice. Crumm's English Prints,
ONLY Scotch, French and Canadian
ginghams, zephyrs and chambi.iy*. all
at, yard	
15c
Pretty Panorama in the
Dress Goods Department
This department is teeming to overflowing with good th'ngs properly
priced. Wc have here material to suit
all tastes and pockets. Beautiful mirage cloths at 40c and 50c; serges 35c
to $1.75; broadcloths 75c to $250: prunellas, wool, satins, faustinas, etc., at
$1 00 and $1.25 per y.vd.
A Special in Black
Peau de Soie Silk
r egular $1.00 quality for 75c
,..   nice   latin    finish    In black    only
M��--r��. Bonnet & Co.- make; very
suitable for ladies' dresses, coats and
waists.      Per y^d ���  75c
New Ribbons, New Laces and Embroideries, New Belts
WATCH THIS SPACE  FOR   INTERESTING   ITEMS.      REMEMBER.   WE   NEVER   ADVERTISE   ANY
ARTICLE   UNLESS  WE CAN  PRODUCE  IT JUST AS ADVERTI SED.
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City News
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_8_e    no   i   luxury   but a neopssl ���    '���"')     i '������       Hi ...    -.
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SPORTY GHUUP OF
HINDUS AT MMIW
East Indians of Coal C*.     fc-vi-us to
Engage  in Any Athletic Contest
Exc-pt  Boring
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Tl     unnui    meeting of the  lower f08l   ���,.,.,   h    ,���   ..;..������,.,   ���,'..���,       ���<   th<  Bpdrtlngfrate.nl    o
'"' am      crftam  sliipp'-rs'   0j  thi   Da ���- '   '     .--���- ....   ..
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oi  Prlda-   morning
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bi    v." it. -c. nf  the
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wl i  sail  for   Africa   on  Wednesda:
' Be*l   in   the  hop*- of ohiam,r
'" photogi-aph. ol  Oft fi>  wMc-   v
'- the fatal steeping  _f_S_ei
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foi Intermeni al Cb��ft_-   The
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InRpfi-ror of FishfHofi c. B   Sfword
is in  Vanaimo on a htifin��.t's trip.
Mam.>;n..o Pining Room Fumitiur
Owing ...
Hah .,���,..���...    ,. v\-.ir<i
j Premium  was    Insei ted
Premli       Messr.  Hale  Broe  are the
agen    fi . Premier Hour and the homi
:-li,ni d hav<
! mini   floui la the besl " **
r. I< n in j the dl* usston al the - ������ j
Council on Monda] Into the t_te.-er-
. i in . \. nil tin- Lulu island d
��� ���ii the watt' it. nl
j tatlvet ol thi  i Ity weni down ��� t
_     to in i'1.:  i he ��� i uation and ''r
v , for n nn f>
i     For real      lati
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The ';   continental sen i
I mi th.. i���  p 1* .,'. fai *������>esl tr Ca
la resumed   today,    .ui  ths   regular
schedule  ��ltli tlm p.itno accomtnoda
Hon aa prevIOUBly.     The n\ini��|nn to
tn. ..vi    i. nni expected till Maj
The \\'i-'-imins:. r Lacrosse club an
mini in. i ting �� i be held on Fri I o
. v nine i.i tin- city Hall, 8 p tn, Bhri i j
body .'.'uu
The J \1 "' a . i "lunii'it'ii col
legs branch, hav> arranged '.>i"'iil nu
I'liti'itniiiiii'iii in the 'j��lI'***o gymna
kIiiih tomorrow nlghi Musical drills
mui exercises ��iu forna pari of Ihi
program
u\ !���; i'.ih-1 I-. advertising iom< ������'���
uin.- bargain - In dining room furnl
iiinv Call nnd aes IiIr extensive
atocli of goods Prices fo suit a"
rla.iR<v of purchasers, Btore, cornel
nf Agnes .'imi MoKenifa Rtreela, tirm
LIbrai |
Chief '.i Cltj Police Mclntoah _l��i s
,i   'nlnl   d.ninl  ul  thi-   i-t,,ry   published
|in   an   ����� -.��-ninir   paper   in   Vancouvei
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Chairs. - ��� .. *���
$100.00
'These are genuine bargains,   fialland
investiga'e.    Everything =;t    '"   ���'
W. E. FALES
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Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Unclertafker
Cov. Agnes and McKenzie Sts., op)a. Librarv.
PHONE   176.   NIGHT CALL 81.
Phone *>7
When you wanl
GROCERIES
" C '" am  large can 2 foi   25r
-..  chflrlea cream  large .ah, 2 fOr_Sc
'���'-���'  ""   large can, 2 for    .. 25c
Mm. (film  Ribbon), n-i - in .  ���    10c
\ BSOl '...I   ' "in-5.  1- I"'!' ��� 5c  . ot..
50c
BliTTER.   EGGS,   and   NO.   1.   POTATOES AT LOWE9T PRICcS.
Adams&Deans
mt-m
Don'. Delay
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suit pou
Easter
IjUST ARRIVED. A BEAUTIFUL
LINE OF SPRI'i'. fi'i'T)**., AT
PRICES TO  SUIT  EVF.RYBODY.
$17 to $40
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GALVIN
The Ladies* and Men's Tailor
S2 SIXTH STUliBT.
IVavellers, Read This!
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The Railway Pa***>-"igers' Asmranee Company, London, England.
Is not on'/ Ihi Oldest ,--^wn*. insurance company In the world, but
it has betfi'ne famous for ft3 pre mpt and liberal settlements, as the
following letter will snow:
A   \v   \iii OD, March  11   1.09
���        . _i iui atice Co.
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nt i,. tedldent Which occurred to me In January last wh..e
��� at Burnaby lakn
A ' ......... -i i .  ,, n. forward a few days ago. i have
alreadj   ��� I a settlement, and __an_ you for the nromp; m
In  wl,i ��� ���  With,
(fi gaed) F RHUCHENBACH.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their policies being the mo?t liberal
and their premiums low. Bsfore starting on nny railway Journey or
other hazardous undertaking let tne place a policy for you.
PAID UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000.000
CLAIMS PAID, OVER 30,000,000
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
229 COLUMBIA ST. PHONE 62
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MARcH
Sunlight   Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3
Five Cents a Bar
Persian Soldiers Pillage,
Burn, Torture and Kill
St.   Petersburg,    Mnrch   IC���A dis-, by  Russian  subjects,    hnve been pli
patch to the Novoe Vremya from Jul- |laged and burned.
,    . .  ,_. .   -,__���,��� ���_.      The troops are ruthlessly killing the
fn, on the trontier between Persia an,| . '
fleeing peasants.     Many women, car-
Russia, says that 1000 Persian govern-   ^.^  ^^   child).en  Q_   theJr   liacks,
ment horsemen and 500 Infantrymen I wero niatii, to swin) the Araxes to the
are marching on .luifa from the Pur-1 Russian Bide, nnd then were shot
sian bunk of the Araxes river, devas | down.
luting the villages in their path and Three hundred homeless families
shooting down the people. Already have taken refuge on an island in tbe
ten   villages,  four of them  Inhabited I river opposite Julfa.
CROWS NEST COAL MINES
ARE   TO   ENLARGE   CAPACITY
Spokane, March 16.���G. G. S. Lindsay, for many years general manager
and president of the board of directors of th Creows Nee. Pass Coal
Company, has ben succeeded by Ellas
Rogers, one of the original directors,
It is the intention of the new mnn-
agement to construct one thousand
new coke ovens and to increase the
output of the mine from 1500 to 2000
tons daily.      It is expected that  the
product from the mines will be swelled
to 5000 tons dally before the end ot
the year,
FIVE  PEEL  INDIANS
DROWNED   IN   RIVER
Dawson, March 16,���The poltcp report that live prominent Peel Indiana
iver drowned last fall in lhe Peel river. Prospectors are busy In the
Firth river and Belle river, but no
eni-.I strikes vet known.
PICKLE FACTORY   MEN   IN
SEARCH  OF CUCUMBERS
Belllngham, .March 16.���If a suill-
C-lenl number of the farmers of Whatcom, Skagit and San .luan counties
can be induced to plant the cucumbers, cabbages nnd other necessary
vegetables, W. T. Blemmerhasset and
]���*. W. (Vary, both of Seattle, will establish a pickle factory in this city
and agree to sign contracts with 'the
fanners to take their products at a
good figure. They declare thai
Whatcom county alone can work up
an income of $25,000 a year in this
manner.
Want  Milk Inspector.
Belllngham, March 16.���Letters
from twenty-six prominent physicians
of the city were tonight submitted to
the members of the City Council urging them to appoint a milk inspector
at once, and declaring in no uncertain tones in some instances that
there is ti crying ne-ed for such an official. The letters wen- submitted
by a committee from the Young Men'
Commercial club, and is another move
in the crusade begun by that organization to insure pure milk for Helling
ham.
Wanted at Once!
100 MEN
and women to coniv and see the splendid bargains in new and second-hand
furniture, as well ns many other articles of many kinds, including brooders, incubators, typewriter, Al banjo,
large altohorn, guitar, autoharp, violin, etc., etc. \\'.. :,..ve some splendid walnut parlor furniture, very
cheap. Come and gel good value for
j your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
0K>*C>*C��0*0sKXD*0*<_*4<^^
���O 0*0*0*C-*0*0400
,+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*++++*+**
j To Remit Money
Safely
USE CANADIAN BANKERS'ASSOCIATION MONEY ORDERS���
THE CHEAPEST, SAFEST AND MOST CONVENIENT METHOD
OF REMITTING OR RECEIVING MONEY TRANSMITTED B_
MAIL.      THEY MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE
T m
II Northern    CrOWn    Bank | Fraser River Service
Just received���a shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery.
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  on   the Wheel."
Manager, A. S. D. LACE.  New    Westminster.
+ 4++++++ + + ++ +++ + + *4t + 4 + ++++++++++++++++++ + + + + + + + +++++i
Wednesday, March 17.
HARRY   H. CAMPBELL  Presents
The   Irish Actor-Smger
ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM
In Joseph Murphy's Famous Play
"SHAUN RHUE"
Complete   Production;   Excellent  Cast j
Hear  Mr.  Cunningham  Sing  "Barney
From  Sweet  Killarney."    "The  Donovans," "A Handful of Earth."
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store.
Pi.c'-s $1. 75c, 50c and 25c.
Sent#0n Approval
To RESP0NS1EI.B PEOPLE*    ���
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
VA* InX Pencil
Your Choice of
ML
$
Thus
Two
Popular
Articles
8 for only
Pott
paid
lo any
addroit
Friday, March 19.
Stetson's  P.i-   Double  Spectacular
Uncle Tom's
Cabin Co.
The I iv: ii um of Them All
'2~,���Men,  Women  and  Children���2~i
Scenic Investiture a revelation; 10
spectacular specialty sensations, 10;
colored peopl, from the cotton belt;
buck and wing dancing; pack of blood
hounds; Eva's ascension; band and orchestra; popular piices; free band
concert twice daily. Seats now on
sale at Ryall's Drug Store. Prices
75c, liOc and 25c.
Bi taraan Mm. Ic Exria.    *-1
lllutlrallont art Exact Sin
Every pen ciiarRtiteed
full 14 Kt. Bella Gold���cut
on liulu band m_y be hud
in either our stajidanl
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpat
ent. as desired, either in
plain or enBtaveU fiuiah,
as preferred!
You m��y try thi, ppn . we,.-., I
if VOU   I    I... 1 ,. 1 11 ��� - , ��� ; :, -.     ,    ;
ft I ��� ic r brtkle than ;.,u can ....
cure fur unir.- ti-iis this incut
mill ia any othtr Diakr, I- i.. t
aullrely IfttllfftCtOty lo SW.TJ r.--
���|,cl rftuin it anil we ..,;! ���_,,,j I
you $1.10 (or It,
Cut m> mi ttlollt Janif ,. in. !
Fopnlnr  Uu, Ilia   |,,i   Pjndl     ���
ruBl'IHn lia-|,ro..f JtiiiuiT'l. li.aj
l�� rarn.,1 it, any poflllo
!,oc��a 4,r ibopplni |,ac, ��rii.., at |
any ftt.nle at fit.t t.,i;,li. Vlitl
num (ii.rlnri '""l, Iridium
point, i-ill'beilvulnnlw- r ,M...
cam, t��ira cotta flnllb. Ratal] I
��� vpryaabero fur %J 1.0. Aj^nl.
wanted. Write for lertin. Writ*
now "lest you forget."    Mdr.;>��
1 Laughlin Mfg. Co.#lj
Detroit
]
I
Sir. Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY,
THURSDAY
URDAY.
AND  SAT
at _ a ui., calling n; following points:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, Glen Vai
ley, Whonnock, Ruskln, Silver dale, Mt. j
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    Hatzlc
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas ami
(Ihilliwack.     Returning   leaves   Chill. '
i
wack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at "t  a.m.    Excellent    passeng---
accomodation.    Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN    STEAMBOAT    CO.,   Lt!
P.. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westminstet
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betwee.
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toro__t
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
i.M<
Majestic Bldq ,
Minb
And all the principal business centers-of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MART
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc. address
GEO. W. VAL.X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home  Paper.
Graniteware
.lust arrived���Full and complete st   :, Graniteware, in all the vi
newest  de Igns, and M the low.  ��� ,,  prices.   Call   in an'
gpect our stock; no trouble to shon    arae,
:
60   YEAR3��
EXPERIENCE
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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' I���11	
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
An-onn nenillnir n .ketch and dp^erlntlnn may
nilrlily ascertain our opinion fren Wbathor an
Inv.mtl'in l�� probalily pateiilBlilc. ('..iiiniuiilc*-
llnnimlrlctlyc'inflilenllal. HANDBOOK on I'nionta
e.Mit Iron. Olilcut Sucncy for aci-iinnicimli-iita.
Pataotl taken tlirough llui.ti .i Co. recelTO
iTM-rlal nt-firI, without CDamc, In tho
Sf kiilif ic flttitricatt.
A hiiiii.-'unioly Uluntrnteil weekly. Lurui-iit, clr-
iiil,iii"ii -if any ncientltlc Jeuim.1. Tet'iiiH for
r-iiii,l:t, v..',!, a year, potUga pn paid. Solil hy
all newadi-nlcra.
MUNN IHEE2 New Yorfc
CraLch Offlce, 63b V BU wsawiHitoti, D. C.
Foreign Drafts
'**"' . ���   nil   iho   nrinciiial
We sell   drafts at tiu
polnta In Great Britain, France,
European countries, also on all P&rt
New Zealand and  Mexico.
Bankers' money orders sold, payable
u Canada.
Collections made at the  lowesl  rales.
,-ates  on all   the  principal
Germany,   Italy .nnd  all  other
0f \sia. Africa, Australia,
at par at any point
Sy,lu^ ��l Canadian
RegulattoOSa
^ available _omlal
tattonkU��ybeittaJj;*<a
Thi
******      mnsM^
01 a faaiii
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
0+0+0+0+0+0+<tt+0+0+Q+0+<^C'>+<>+CO+0+0 C*O^U��O<>O��Od>00��>0*
any ��ale over 18 years
latent ol one-quarter ��J**i
,t,cre". ���' lesa. ""'IftJ
Kl"!.    ' ie n..���.
^niily,,!
m Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon 8treet
SEATTLE
'�� mad. at
whlchthe land is situau -
proxy may, however bemi     *"
tain conditions by the father81%
���on. daughter, brother r l^
Intending housesteader.        '^
The homesteader is required
lOpihl
' ae
01 ^ Mica,
with    und^-r
plans:
(1)    Al   ��� .
upon and cultivation 0f the^?*
each year lor three years
<��   " the father (or mother.iia
father 1,  .eceased),   ot th, J
__.___.____*���     m^aiA~  ""***���
RATES:
Room  $1   per  day  up.
Room  and   board  $2.50  per day up
room  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up
Room with bath and board $4 per day. i steader res les    _on .V" ''*'
  i   i  i   i ^ In III
All outside rooms, with hot and cold , v c n  J ''^H entered |g,J
water, steam heat, long distance tele- \ ZTnT'^ " '�� mli����
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats ����� ' '    ��� \^oa re8idi���.
' , tne rather or mother
CARLETON GILBERT, Mgr. (3)    ifiv   ��� tlier 'has Ma m
   enl rtsui'"'   "       B farming \iH J
��������� ��� ���    ed by him In ;'_����� vicinity othislJ
i-tead, the requirements as toi
+40+4++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++****    tlence may be s_;j.sn._ by  rett
j  upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writinsJ
be given ti tl ��� Commissioner ofl
lnlon Lands al Ottawa oflntetil
apply for patent
COAL.-  D :' mining rlgbUtJ
leased for a period of tw(*ntyv,Mji
at an  ann ial rental of Jl
Not   more   tl in 2560 acres sii
leased to one individual or toxpn
A royalty at the rate of Ave ces'jp
ton sha!    ��� tei on tie
chantable coal m'tied.
W. Vi. com, i
Deputy of tbe Minister of'te'tis
HOW TO  OPERATE  a moving  picture  machine  at  home.
How to rent or buy a moving picture machine.
Mow io make  big mom y al entertainments and amusements.
How to obtain positions which pay if::.', per week.
How to become a finished operatOi
\V
w
w
w
w
Ittances
give instructions that are simple and Interesting.
have the newest method of teaching '������:���  mall,
send you on receipt of $1.00 complete Instructions,
teach operators how to pass all examinations.
represent the leading film exchange.
to    Independenl    Theatrical  Exchange,    100-401-403
I   B irl     Bu Iding, S.-attle. Wash.,
x Warden School of Operators
++++444+++++++++++*********+++**+*4
THE
HOME       PAPlI
ADVERTISE  IN   THE   NEWS
Is  the   Paper Thai Printi il|
Home    Sews.
The     Daily    News
Wei
t
Prairie Bee
Prime Mutton and Veall
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
Ihe Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westm
PHONE 101.
in-t��f
i ��� >edn
ESDAY,
MARCH   17,  1909.
THE I>AIL__ NEWS.
page save;;.
____Jto'..3fc!.'
o(    canadm-
,0mestead  Regulations.
jered section of Do
_ .Manitoba,  Saskatcl.
;C|   4   i
,,y even num
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK Till-; TICKET AGENT
TO BEND YOU OVER
''THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
North-West   Eight Trains  Kvery Day in the Year
BETWEEN
lauds
a, excepting 8 and 26,:
"rTO_ may be homesteaded by |
erson who Is tbe sole bead of a |
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
NINE MEN RESCUED
FROM WATERY GRAVE
THE TRAIN OF FAME
��� ...... NORTH-WESTERN,       LTD.
L the extent ot one-quarter sec-; Embodies the  newest and  best ideas
���Gil acres, more or 'ess. , for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
���plication   ror   entry     must     o��  LUXURY.      It ,B   llshted   with   bolh
1U person   by  tbe applicant at  electricity and gas; the most brilliant
ptojon Undi Agency    or   sub- , ,, illuminated train in ihe world. The
1. t0r the district in which the equipment consists of private oompart-
ffc situate.   Entry by pr��y mfty,  ment cars, standard IG section sleep-
be made at an agency  on  er8|    *UXUrIoua d,nlnR  QU
y the father, moth-; ch,ljr r.u.K   (_eatg  f^ .
coaches and buffet
lng cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
Jrmation call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue. Seattl,
ale over 18 years of   THE
Ui condition
ughter, brother or sister of
In, dan,
lending homesteader.
j Homesteader is rejulred to per-
|Uie homestead duties under one j turther info
following plans*
I  u !,.;,..    :x mouths' resilience
ition of the land   In
|,0B il ree years.
' a ���,,       ti ader  may,  if  he  so
,   pi  ' : ni  tne    required    re*l-
I living on    farming
L-, | solely   bv  him.  not less
reclining
modern  day
library and smok.
Lowestoft, England, March 16.���
Nine more men from the crew of tbe
German ship Margretha, which sank
Saturday after a collision with the
Norwegian steamer Mascot, have been
brought here by the fish ng smack
Iris. It Is feared that the captain of
Margretha, his wife, child and three
members of the cre*�� have .been lost.
OPIUM FIENDS DIE
WHEN DENIED DRUG
Withdraws from St. Patrick's Society.
Ottawa, March 16.���Earl Grey baa
withdrawn his patronage from the
annual concert ol St. Patrick's society
because there is to be a political address by E. Ii. Devlin, M. P., on Ireland's position in the empire.
Wash
Mail Service
5ljty  (.0)   aires  In extent,  In
Following are tbe hours <*f despatch
Iciuity
homes
tead.   Joint I dncJ arrival of mails at th'-' New West-    ,'
.
uot meet this I m,n8ter P08- office- ��*���*-> &<>ur g
each  case  being  the hou- of clo. ag,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before  the  actual despatch.    All mull.-.,
.. ace ou farming Iilniess otherwise stated, are despatch- j
tier ("r mother, if the
. u nf a homesteader
TENDER  FOR  RED  RIVER  BRIDGE.
Sealed tenders addressed to the un-
derslgned, and marked on the envelope "Tender _ r the tied River
Bridge," will be rei elved at the <"-
lie- of the Commissioners of the
transcontinental Railway until i.
o'clock noon on the 8th day of April,
1909, for the construction and erec.io.i
of a steel and concrete uri.ige and
approach   spans  over   tbe   Red   river
American Missionary De-
clares Movement of Stamp-
ing Oui Curse Progressing
San Francisco, .March HI.���That the
opium curse in China is not being
stamped out without the .oss of lite
is the statement of Dr. E. J. Tooker,
a ui'.ii al missionary, who has Just
returned from a seven years' sojourn
in that country.
Dr. Tooker says that many of the
Jhabitual users of the drug have succumbed when it has been taken away
from them and that many others have
been driven into insanity. But in
spiiv of these facts, iie declares that
the movement is going forward with
great rapidity.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE          11,000,000.00
Brandies throughout Canada aud Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York. Chicago and Spokane, r. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business  transacted,
Letters of Credit issued, available with  correspondents  in all   parts  of
the    .orld.
Savings   Bank   Department���Deposits received  in sums of $1  and   up-'
wards,  and interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate.)
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   G.   D.   BRYMNER,   Manager.
4+++ 4++ +++++++++++++444++++++++++++4+
������������������������������
| Lawn Grass Seed
i
AT
.BAIN WELGOMED AT 111 All
WITH A ���lli BlIASS BAM)
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
PHONE 57.
4++*++++m+v44+++4444++++44  ������������������������������������������������
**���������**������
i
[,������:��� ' y  by  him
L i   acres  In extent,
u mestead
not less : -^ ar**- received daily except Sunday.
' The only mails dispatched    and
ts
Mails Despatched.
t.-d   for   the  substructure   with
works, us per acnecluie, and for superstructure.
Plans,  details and   profiles  may   be
Opening  of  New  Westminster Cut-Off
Hailed With Joy���Cheers for First
Arrival  Over  New  Line.
ill.iii. .   March   16    J he  Ursl  train
over thi   Blalne-New Westminster waterfront   cutoff of  the Great .Northern
arrived  at   Blaine yesterday al    I
li   wa.     reeted   ��ith  cheers  bj
than   1700  of  the  citizens of Blaine,
"Owl." Victoria  except Wed-
B, C, Elec-
,between  Winnipeg and  St.  Boniface,
near the fool  ol  Lombard street,-to-
gether   with   grading    and   approach
or ,���,    teived Sunday are the C. P, It. _outb 8pans over 8treet6 ,n Winnipeg.
��� entered  for by him ' '���-"d c- P- '-��� east mails, not including     Separate  tenders must  be*  submit-
ich homesteader may   the    *'��>'   malls,   Sapperton,   Fraser  ,.._���   tor  the substructure   with   other
ri , residence duties by  MMs and Coquitlam.
Twith the father (or mother).
rm ���'vicinity" in the two ]
I iphs is defined   as i    6:00 a.:.    (closed at       ven o'clock j8een and fuii information obtained at   who were on hand to welcome It The
\-i : ' '^'n ni��e miIes in   ;1"' Vancouver    via the office of the chief engineer at Ot-  Blaine concert band was on the plat-
tawa,  and  also  at  the  office  of the   lorm and amid the cheers and waving
district    engineer    at    St.    Boniface,   of   Hags   and handkerchiefs   it   came
.Man. Into tii.- new waterfront depot.      The
Persons tendering are notified that   new   lii,   is three nubs shorter man
tenders will not be considered unless I the old. .md  has a water grad
made on  the forms supplied  by the      \v. A. Heathcote will In a fen .lays
ICommissioners, which maybe had on  commence  the    erection    of   a new
application to Mr. Hugh l>. Lumsden.
Fraser Mill-. ' chief engineer, Otta>.t-.  Ont., and  _-���
8:30  a.m.���Blaine  and   Seattle,    In-  S.   R.   Pou in.   district   engineer,    St.
; eluding all V. S. point- east and south; j Boniface. Man.
also all point- between Now Westmin.      Each  tender    must   be  signed  and
j ster and Blaine, via G. N. It sealed  by all  the parties to the ten-
Note. -Cloverdale and district (Clo-| dor. and witnessed, and Io accom-
Iver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Allu-1 pani.-d by an accepted cheque ou a
! via an.l Kensington Prairie) Hazel-1 chartered bank of the Dominion of
1 mere,   Port   {Cells,
.... of the width   'I-  N. I.
Id       -yances crossed    in    the   nesday.
re ment.
A  ��� ioi     ti i let   Intending    to
his  residence  duties   in   ac
|ro with the  i ove while living
:'i lining land own-
Ihlmself must notify the agent
; ol such Intention.
no-ths' notice In writing must
jen to 11" Commissioner of Do-
��� Ottawa, of iutention
VV   VV. CORY
i '      Minister of the Interior
8:30 a .:..    Vancoui
trie railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all !'.
S. Points east and south, and point-
between New Westminster and lliint-
indon. B.C., via C. P. R, south. Coquitlam, Sapperton and
Pra    .  and ��� Canada, pai able to ti.e Commissioner..,
_ian Pacific Railway Co.  Nicomekl despatched dally except on of th��' Transcontinental Railway, tor.
|itij   C: un id's roast '-In-
Service.
TIME TABLE
DOVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
0;..'    ,.   January   ;Z.
|l'.- ..i.i u aves ^ au-
.11.   direct io Se-
mday.
Il'i'ii       .. ival leaves Vancou- '
:' a. m. for Victoria dally, ex-1
\ I     lay,
'' -:        Ch irlotte leaves Van-
p. m. dally for Victoria.
INSTER-V.CTOHIA ROUTE
I'1- ��� i will leave Victoria for
I1 iry Tuesday.
Kg Ni . Westminster on Wed-
|WEST  COA8T   ROUTE.
SS. Teei
f va n  p.m.   1st,   10t_[
���     . b for Clayoiiuot, \*'      '":
1 way ports; 10th
Q tatslno and way
:t)tli it each month for Abcuset,
P1'' 'tl and way ports.
fl1 )UVEH -NANAIMO   HOUTE.
>��. fa- Joan
m ' r 2 p. m. daily, ex-
'-��������� i\ ���-  Nanaimo at 7
the  sum  of  |2.V>n0  for  substructure
and other work as ,._r schedule, and
for the sum of $26,000 for steel super-
I structure and floor.
The cheques deposited by the
party whose tender is accepted will
be deposited to the credit of the Ile-
celver-Genera] of Canada as security
for the due and faithful performance
of the contract according to its terms.
Cheques deposited by parties whose
tenders are rejected will be returned
within ten days after the signing of
the contract.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all  bidstaoin    G   ..ogicOthe ao
or all  tenders.    By order
P. E. RYAN, Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental   Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, 6th March, 19,19.
Newspapers    inserting    this advertisement   without authority from  the
Sunday;   Clayton,  Monday,  Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturday;     Tynehead
aud Hon Accord, Wednesday  and Sat-
uida.v.    Tn    mails are  al]  received
same days as despatch. ..1.
11:00 am -Vancouver. Victoria and
Central Park, via IJ. C. Electric railway,
12:30 p.m.- Straw .- rrj Hill, Tim-
berland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby. by courier
2:00  p.m.���Burquitlam,   by  courier.
2:00 p.m.--Ladner, Port tluichon,
Westham Island and Sunbury, daily
except Sunday; Woodward. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via "J. C.
Bruce." (Steveston mail despatched
and   received   via Vancouver.)
2: no [i.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siiling. via Q. N. R. north.
4:00  Vancouver and  Burnaby  lake,
via  B. C.  Electric railway.    Saturday  ,.onini|sSioners will not le paid for It.
an  extra mail  is despatched  to   Vic-' 	
shingle mill two miles north of Blaln9
on the Blaine-New Westmin ti r cutoff. It will contain four upright shingle machines. The plant when com
pleted will have cost $15,000. It is ...
be erected by tli" Campbell Rlvei
Lumber Company.
BOWLING   SCHEDULE
. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Saah,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 timed Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
_-fw-�� ���mtmnmt.mn
Roya! City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
The schedule for Hie second SS I'll S
of ibe business league has now been
drawn up, and is as follows:
March 17���Carpenters vs. Heal Estate.
March 19���Real Estate vs. Grocers.
March 22 -Grocers vs.  R. c.  Mills.
March 24���Hardware vs. Carpenters
March 26���Real Estate vs. H'dware
March ;10���Carpenters vs. R. C.
Mills.
Vancouver
ALASKA   ROUTE.
P ���      ���
j 8th, ..
pTHEHN B. C. ROUTE.
rVs B�� ' '���"��� leaves Vancouver
|13 mid -3.
*��J    leaves   Vancouver
8lh' 18th,  28th.
IC' c0AST MAIL SERVICE.
-Queen Cl
toria via. Vancouver at this liotir
Blain.i and Seattle, including all  U.
ist and south, via O. N. R
Flyer."
2:30 p.m.���C. P. R   east, Sapperton.
and Fraser Mills.
Malls   Received.
6:46 a.m.���Blaine ana   Seattle,    in
eluding :.ll U. S. points, via G. N. It
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.--Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tu?��day and Friday).
s.:2u am.���Vancouver
Tuesday) and Victoria, via B. C. Elec
trie railway.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle,   Including all U. S. points; also ail point.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
9:30  a.m.���Vancouver  and Victoria,
via O. N. R.
i-SS. Amur leave|    10-00  to   11:00 a.m.���Ladner,  Port
'NlKr'    '-mu, April 2d Guichon, Westham Island and (Tues
EEK- CHARLOTTE ISLAND      1**7.  Thursday  and Saturday)   Wood
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon i oute
tor CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HOUSE, DAWSON and FAIR-
BANKS. Daily train- (except S-.nday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car ,
,.,.     and  white Horse, maintaining
FIRE  ALARM   BOXES.
.")���Asylum.
0���Royal City  Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal Avenue and Eighth.
'.'���Fiftii Avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary'.-  Hospital.
13���Second and Para Row.
14���Columbia aud Dufferin.
15���Sapperton,
IG���Royal Columbian hospital
23���Queen's Avenue and  Sixth.
24���Third Avenue and Second.
25���-Fifth Avenue and Fourth.
26���Fifth Avenue nnd Eighth,
27���Third  Avenue and  Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���-Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36    C. P. R   Station.
12���Small <<.- Bucklln Mills
Ensterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
I FLOUR !      FLOUR !
-mpt-rial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOCK AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
nan
If
A Little Good Coal
makes a b g, hot fire when a lot
of poor coal sends out no heat
at all. It is economical to buy
our coal, because it is clean,
goes farthest, makes most heat,
leaves very Utile ash and costs
no more per ton than poorer
grade?. We deliver it to any
part of the city, Full weight
alwayi Telephone your order
to us.
n
ind   (excepi   - thorough winter service.
por infill ni.ition apply  to
.1   H   ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
to ,
|u
'E ISLAND
SERVICE.
r:, '; >ves Vancouver
"'���' April 3d.
.     ��P RIVBR.
"w   \v<
Pfa'  tin,]  I
Chilli*-,,,
iy ai
Munli
re>srvat
[*<I-r_8j
'minster   Monday
: M '>' Bt s a.m.
4  Tuesday, Thursday;
" am.
"Ifl   'nrormatlon
ward, via steamer Favorite. (Steve
ton despatched and received via Vau
couver.)
12:30   to   1   p.m.���C.
IT
PAYS TO
ADVERTISE
���IN
���
H E
D  A   1   L
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NEW
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W��
stmmster's
Home
Paper.
RTISE
IT
PAYS TO
ADVE
���IN
���
H E
D A  1   L
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NEW
S
Westminster's
Home
Paper.
'The Milwaukee
"The   Pioneer  Limited,"    S*.   Paul
Chicago, "Short   Line."   Omaha    to,
Chicago,    'South     West     Limited";
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains  in   tile   scr-'ice   nn     any j
railroad   In  the  world that   equal   In j
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee &  Si- Paul  Ratlway.     They
own  and operate  their own  sleeping
and dining cars on all their trains and
give  their patrons an excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROW'E, General Agent. |
131 Third St.. cor. Alder  Portland, Or ,
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
>++++++++44+++4+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4+++
Electric Railway Service
Eraser Mills
p.   U.   east,
ind    Coqitit-
Sapperton
lam.
1:0(5 p m.���Vancouver, Central i'1'
and Fraser Arm.
7:00 p.m.���Sumas  sni -"":''' ���
I eluding all r. S. point', and !������'''���'''   [l
j (ween Hur,-!ng.lon and New We-tii"-'
Iter,  via  C.  P.  It. -south;  alw
! Mills.
Fraser
.mi Sw w!iPT'
'   Westminster.
Itlt-i   p n FOSTER
""��� Vnncouver.
���tl 8������Pr.;' WA TitOUP.
'indent, victoria
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
HE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
Interurban  Line.
Cms   for  Vancouver  and way
stations   will   run  every half
hour   from   5:50   a, m, Last
car leaves at 11  p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m,
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton, aud city limits over the
city   line.
City   Line:   C.irs   leave  tram
office on the hour, twenty min-
i     utes   after,   and   forty   minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minntr* alter tho hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hemr. commencing at G;30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly be-
twe-n S:30 a. m. and 11, p. ni
%   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
*��++44+++444+++++++++++4++44+4444444+444+ +++++++++++
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILf  NEWS-
wednesday
MARCH
A TREMENDOUS
Money-
Saving
Opportunity
PR oo F*
ELECTRIC TRAINS
TO RUN TO VANCOUVER
I
C.P.R. Line From Westminster Junction Will Be Electrified at Early Date.
THE
Public Supply Store
is simply selling" out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big
reduction.
THE very fact that there are
more Great  Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron  Ranges
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mes as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
our reduced prices.
To keep your sons and daughters under the home roof a piano or graph-
opJione is the greatest attraction, and
the lack of one sends th.-m elsewhere
to s-^k entertainment. We have them
on easy terms, also sewing machines
for  the   housewife.
These household ne-
J. IL Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA  STREET.
The Pearson Electric Co.
* Successors *.o T. .Mowbrey
Electric Works)
The statement published some days
ago that the C. P. R. is planning the
erection    of    immense    car    building
shops at Westminster Junction Is amply  confirmed  by   .1. ve'.opments that
have come    to light   within the past
week.      C. P. R. engineers and other
employees  on  trains  running  to  the
coasi  have been quietly notified that
ii   wlll  1"'  to their interest to secure
homesteads  or  other   places  of residence   in   the  near   vicinity  of  Westminster    Junction   ii    they  wish to'
avoid  being  away  from   home practically all the time.     There cau be but
one meaning to this, that in the near
future there will be no steam locomotives hauling C. P.  it-  trains into or
out    of     Vancouver.       Instead,     the i
steam  locomotives wlll  be stabled at
the new shops at Westminster Junction and trains will ibe hauled to Van-.
couver   by   electric  locomotives  oper- '.
ated  by  power supplied by the B. C. |
Elecirie Company.
The same will apply to to the short
line between Westminster and New
Westminster. It will be remembered
that the electrification of this latti-r
line in the near future was announced
at the same time that the agreement
was reached between the C. P. R. and
ne R. C. Electric for tbe building of
the line from Eburne to New Westminster, i
There will be double tracks on both
lines   from   Westminster  Junction  to
i Vancouver   and   New Westminster,  it
is known  that squatters on the right j
of way along both lines have been no-
tofied  that they must vacate at once
and two parties of C. P. R. engineers |
and surveyors are now  running lines j
and making special surveys in the vicinity  of the  junction.       The   notice I
to squatter shows the intention of the j
company to proceed  with  the double
tracking- tit one'.
cessaries will never |B*NK of i0MmME 'u,u0'Na'
Opposite Postoffice,
be bought cheaper!
or better anywherej
than at the
i
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
[  GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
BOWLING
Dealers in Electrical Machinery, Fixtures and Supplies
Wiring and  House  Furnishing, Armature   wiring   and   Motor   Repairing   a
1 Specialty.   Phone 331. P. o. Box 928.
After a close game Vancouver won
from Westminster las; evening by 41i
plus. Tonight the Carpenters and
Real Estate men meet in the business
league.      The scores were:
Campbell.
Harvey. .
Scot
Vernon .
Cllburn   .
VANCOUVER.
1.     2.     ;:. Tot.
 181   169   ir.:i 509
 10-    ICO    161 .89
 167    216    161 543
.1S4    156
.165    14.1
175
20G
ilo
>1G
House of Quality
Where the
Saving Is
The reason why "NORTHWAY"
C'othir-g has created such a favorable
impression in town is because the
style and the cut are correct and the
quality of the cloth is of the best.
By purchasing "NORTHWAY" Clothing you save both time and money
and you obtain comfort, elegance and
ease such as a "NORTHWAY" sui-
only  can give.
PYTMIAN
SKATING  RINK
NEW   K.  OF   P.   HALL.
Eightn and  Agnes  Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon
12:30 to 6; evening, 7:30 to 10.   Admission  Me,  skates   2Jc.    On  Saturdays
10 to 12, school children    under    1-
-vi:i be furnished skates for 10c.   Commutation tickets now on sale.   'Phone
A 488,
Cook & Ross
THE  AUCTIONEERS
.23   F-ont   St.,   Oppo.ite   Market.   New
Westminster,
���tnd   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
Photild be consulted if you want to:
-. i1 furniture or an auction conducted
Live stock Implement unction held
every Friday morning on Westmin ter
Maiket; uud every Saturday morning
on Vancouver market.
New cooking stove; 3 wagons, near
ly new; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower  (new).
Three young fresh cows, $l'.0, $50
one      '  calf 2 weeks old, $75,
Total    2072
WESTMINSTER.
1. 2. li. Tot.
Silver .   ...1S2 188 1N2 562
Latham 1G7 isn 140 iy.
Rushton 156 ill 147 44.
Murchie 202 MS 182 532
Willette 159 100 1S6 505
Total    252-
Soon to  Be   Married.
John M. Vorsii'ii, tin- junior member for Cariboo In the legislature, is
about I,, become a benedict. On Sat-
-iS/la-. nexl li-' will marry Miss Jean*
iii-tte May Robertson, of Sidney, the
ceremony taking place al the home
of Miss Robertson's coin-in, Mrs.
White. On Saturday afternoon Mr.
Yorston's fellow-members of the Opposition gathered in one of the committee i-aKinis of tbe parliament buildings, Victoria, and on their behalf J.
v Macdonald presented him with
-nine handsome cul glass, expressing
ih. appreciation of the Liberal party
roi Mr. Yorston's personfl qualities
mui his services us n member of the
Opposition.
J. Eugene Brown & Co. | -___
++4+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++****++*++K+*+l
rosperity
,_���    Wi have found the pWlO-ophei    stone���found areolpe for prosperity,
What  |S it?
I'.-'t Busy I!
'��� .  are opportunities foi i        in..nl.    opportunities for enterprise
all around you.
i     We have real estate propo I I .     which will pay ha&dsome dividends.
���      WI     not investigate?
272 Columbia Street.
__-__!�� F.'J. Hart & Co. Ltd. _!_-_-_
__________________
New Westminster, B. C,
��������*<���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
SPECIAL VALUES IN
Navy-'Black
Serges
For years we have made a specialty of handling the
best grades of English Serges. The new Spring
weaves just to hand show a variety of exceptionally
fine Twills, some with hard finish, others with a durable soft finish. For Ladies'# Skirts, Suits or Children's Wear wre have special lines which we can recommend for these different uses. You have excellent
choice of twenty-five qualities in the selection now on
display.   Per yard, 4Cc to $1.50.
44++++++++++++++++*>++4++++++++ + +++++4
i
��� Another Shipment
��� of Silks and Satins
���
��� ALL  GRADES
���
+ Our aim has been to have for this
��� season a complete range of _hadea
��� in the most popular and reliable
X weaves. Satiu an* chiffon tin-
J ished  silks   hold   ihe   lirst   place.
They are now on display in the
new shade of navy, allce blue, Copenhagen bJuv sky, tuscan, biscuit, champagne, golden, brown,
dark brown-, \1<-ux rose, old rose,
reseda, pea.il fire;., greens, cardinals, cream and white. Prices
pe.   yard  75c, 85c, 90c and $1.00
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Covert
Jackets
27 and 32 inch Covert Coats in
plain color and fancy stripes.
Styles show semi or ti^ht fitting
backs with self covered buttons
and strappings. A dozen styles
to choose from. All sines. Kaeh
$6.95 to $15.00.
NEW  TAILORED   BLOUSES.
White linen blouses tailored with
, Otbson and hemstitched tucks;
new style long sk-eves; embroidered fronts and plain button
style. Waists have fancy embroidered linen collars and stiff
cuffs. A doz-n styles to choose
from.      Each $2.25 to $3.50
If You Need Lace
Trimmings See Our
New Range
Lace trimmings of every description are In great demand. We
Challenge any store to show you
8 mon- complete rang., of the popular everyday varieties as wen
as the many fancy designs now
popular. Our    complete    range
can now be seen In sample bonk,
ail marked In plain Qgu.es,
ALL-OVER LACES AND
TUCKED NETS.
The new siock contains many
new styles suitable for yokes or
waists.
Ecru, cream and white in UU1-
I'URE. ORIENTAL, BKU8B_!L_
SILK, SEQUIN, VALENCIENNES,  etc.
������������������������������������me*
:
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
i
Remarkable Values
in Dress Muslins
10c TO 20c PER YARD.
It is seldom that  you will lind a
more  attractive   variety  of  popular priced muslins than what we
have gathen-d  together this
.son.
We present belter values than
ever before. W.- lnvpeak lor
them a careful look through wh"n
you are buying spring frocks and
dresses for girls' or ladies' wear
AT 10c PER YARD.
10 pieces of fanc_,- florence Muslins In light colorings and plain
spot Muslin.
AT  15c   PER  YARD.
.0 pieces FANCY COLORED
Dimities and MUSLINS, PER-
CALEB, and Swiss spot musita-.
AT 20c   PER   YARD
40 pieces of colored ORGANDIES,
MUSLINS. DIMITIES, SEERSUCKER,   etc      All   colors   ui  a
variety of patterns.
Some New Lines of
Boys' and Girls'
Caps
SERGE   AND   CLOTH   CAPS
35c EACH.
A serviceable lino of Peaked
Serge Caps in navy and black; _l
so cardinal and cream cloth cap*
All neatly stitched and lined with
twill sateen, in uli sizes, styles
to Suit boys or girls. Your choice
Kaeh    35c
TAN   LEATHER   CAPS.
75c  EACH.
The  mOSI   popular  boys'  01
cap, inadfi of liuc soft tan l< .'!l'"
wiih peaked front;  lined;
es, each ���
ATTRACTIVE STYLES  IN
CLOTH TAMS.
Made of line hat  felt and >l"ln
well made, nicely trimmed, in colors  navy,  brown,  cardinal
nnd cream.   All sizes, in variou*
qualities.      Kaeh   .    50c  to $1-00
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
I
>++++++++++++++++******4"***
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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