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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIPE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
i   "    ' "s
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C./FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH  19, 1919.
.JtiVE CENTS PIjR COPY.
ii Of TRADE APPOINTS
STANDING COMMITTEES TOR YEAR
president Gives Interesting Address to Members    Successor to A. E. White Named as Publicity  Commissioner and Secretary    The Grain Elevator
Question   Is  Again  Under
Review.
BIG GERMAN VESSEL WILL
WEIGH ANCHOR IN THE
ERASER TODAY
MINORITY REPORT PklNTED
ON COQUITLAM LAKE PROPOSAL
The Engineers Recommend Approval of Plans of Vancouver  Power   Company  Concerning   New  Dam
Consulting Engineer Chipman Objects
Without  further   Data - Two
Weeks  Adjournment.
fLi|    , urge attendance al
ifcsnnth. ' ' "' '���"' r5n:,r(1 of
md., and - onsiderble amount of
business rasdonc, including the election oi .. '>"��    ''' '':''''.v-
,_��� ,;. ,,. i,1 lohn A. Lee, occupied tl,.' chair. There were also pres-
;r. George Si D- B. Curtis, Mar-
sb_J Sinclair, W. R Gilley, J- A,
Cmalngham, E. Goulet, K. J. Crean,
F. J- l_yn.li. J G Gamon, A. E, White.
W. _. McLeod J- S. Clute, P. 0. Bllo-
deau, Angus Munn, T. K. Pearson and
!.. 1.   tsby,
Appointment of Secretary.
Ri-poni-K oa the publicity work ol
tho bo-rl, thi   president  said ht- had
some    directions, and    in . th.-rs our
energies     have    been    misdirected.
Having pointed oui  the necessity ol
more energetic exploitation of the natural  resources,  Mr. Lee said hi- believed   much    good   might   be done
through    a    publicity    commissioner.
Speaking of grain i levators, th-- more
he went into It the mon- he was con- j
vinced  people had    not  tht- faintest \
eouceptlon  of  the  possibilities.      He
also   referr<*d  to   the     value   of     the
Fruhling dredge to the development of
th. district, the necessity of mooring
Tht- application  of   the   Vancouver
r.      i        r_        i ���  r_     r. - -_ I Power   Company,   a   subsidiary   com-
Dredge, Purchased By Department of Public Works at I pai
Cost of $300,000, Will Reach New Westminster This!
fad that we do noi reaiiz. our won  After Completing Trip of Fifteen Thousand Miles Fruhling
derful opportunities, we lack action in _____
pany of the.B. C.  Electric    Railway
Co., for leave to raise its dam at Co-
itiuitlarn   lake   occupied   the   attention
Afternoon and Be Welcomed By Representatives of!"1 tbe   x "uU> rouncil  lt victoria
, on  Wednesday, and, as stated yester-
Public Bodies- Ready to Commence Work on Deep-!da>' an adjournment was given tor
| two weeks to enable further data to
ening of River Channel at Once. -be gathered.
The  Gathering.
" The  president of    the council  pre-
The Fruhling dredge will arrive from Victoria today, reaching the Sand ���*"** unii    al1 the m'mbt'TS ot   the
heals  about  one  o'clock,  and  eomins up the river as far as this city.
Ts this is one of the most important occasions in ihe recent history ol I
Westminster, h is  the intention of the citizens    to    receive    the dredge,
which w-ili accomplish so much for th,. city and district, in an enthusiastic
manner.
At a meeting of Uie Hoard of Trad.- last evening F.    ,1.    Lynch    was
lattrneired :'���     city  council  in  com
pany *;;a the  committee  appointed   buoys In the middle of the stream, and
for that purpose, and also the board I placing gas buoys In the river chan-
ot cottroi of the   Royal Agricultural i _._
aid Industrial society.   The city council Ui not '���' dealt with the estt-
**_,!���.' ..a.   e no decision had be^-n
sivea.  The Agricultural society  had
���tefeiTi���!action on account of ihe low-
net. of tbe funds.      However      .ie
tod must a.iikc ;in appointment at
.ice to iti. i.Mi.-,   nf .si-cr.-tary, which
I! W proposed to combine with the
t oftc-ol publicity ciimnilst-ioner.   Hat-
:. attained  the financial   consider-
lido. Itnlred, he nald the committee
*".* pwpuri..| in  recommend  C,   H
Stain ���__��� to the board as lh
to-tow for the position.
On Up mui inn of Mr. Crean, sec-
radej .j Mr, White, the appointment
ill mad,, unanimously.
After Mr. Lei had exp alned In an-
s��r tu Mr. Curtis Ile bad several
fpromises .,.��� num.-ial gupport, Mr.
U''J|' ����a In :   ,, the meeting
���nl.vi. speech,
His Policy.
&��� Wade,  m   thanking   tile   board
|'or lilt electl ni. said two year-' real-
<'H'' '�� ih' :.-   iia,i  made  bun
'mi- ui .',, conclusion thai the expiation Of  ll...   -|ty   had    ,���,,,���   l;irh.
gWWcalJn the (i...      He  believe,  inj
ill" whole valley in it com-1
of    development,
pn Chllliwacl  and Agassis  to th-!
P'w mouth,  making    them    realise I
| Wmlnster was the natural capital.
I su'~h ��     o bring the right peo-
,,���  "" U|ll:" '���'   mj  false pretences
|lo*ln8 hi     , ,,ti,,.    M   ,������,;
l Unonton,     As one
Ifcvtng
Ntrathu
br-hiasivr
The  Committees.
With regard :o postal facilities he
hoped a change wouid be made in the
service from Victoria to Westminster
via Vancouver daily, so there would
not be a delay iu d livery. He spoke
of the necesslt) of Improving Columbia streel, which the Council would
.-..ni: It.- iii i i-o.-itioii io dO, and the
desirability of loans for long term pub-
lie Improvement debenture issues. He
concluded b) a pea for the location
mau ��- ''"' n,'w provincial university here,
with it- attendant educational institutions.
The committees were th.n siruck as
follows: Agriculture, M. Sinclair, H.
A    Eastman, and   P.  3.  Mackenzie.
Commerce and Industrie*���P. n
Lyle, .lohn  Peck,  Mela Nelson.
Fisheries ��� T. S. Annandale. .las Anderson,   Marshall  Sinclair.
Immigration���John Crean, H. T.
Thrift, j. n. Taylor.
Lumber���R. J. Hickman, F. .1. Fader,
L.  A.  Lewis.
Legislation���H. i.  Edmonds, w. 0;
McQuarrie, Kev. .1. S. Henderson.
(Continued on Page Light)
Appointed chairman ot an impromptu committee to arrange for the reception of the dredge, and all noise making machines are to be brought into
operation to weicome her this afternoon. The whistles on the tugs,
simmers, and at the mills are requested to join in the chorus of acclamation when the vessel arrives.
The determination of the Dominion government to giv>- Westminster
30 feet to the gulf, by purchasing the 'jest dredge in the world, was warmly praised ut the meeting of the Board of Trade, and a resolution of
thanks was passed to the minister of public works, Hon. Dr. Pugsley. The
secretary was instructed to send a copv of the resolution to J. D Taylor
M    P.
Mayor Keary, members of th.- Ity Council and Board e_ Trade, together with other representative men. will be asked to meet the dredge
upon her arrival, and extend a civic welcome.
Tbe vessei was 127 da.s on her voyage from Kiel. Germany, to Victoria She was used at Stettin by the Stettin Shipbuilding Company a
.���'���ar ago. and when purchased by tne Canadian government was engaged
in deepening tbe channel at Hull. England.
After leaving the Kibe river she had a rough trip to Algiers, especially
In the Mediterranean, seas washing over her deck and carrying away portions of her planking. From that city to Port Said the weather was
almost as bad. After passing the Suez canal and Red sea the northeast
monsoons caused the vessel to make slow headway to Sabang. She kept
��� lose to th- islands, making a fine trip past Formosa to Moji. From there
to Kobe the northeast monsoons delayed tho dredge considerably, _ut she
nachetl Kobe safely, leaving that port after coaling on February 3rd.
making the ocean trip in 27 days. Southeasterly and southwesterly gales
were experienced ail the way across, the climax coming when a day out
from Cape Flattery, the dredge then getting1 a good shaking up with seas
continually rolling over her. ln spite of this the officers who brought her
over say she is the best ship they were ever on. Capt H. Klausen is, in
1 charge,
NEW SECRETARY HAS   'STUDENTS WAITING
CANADIANS PLAN CLUB TO  :
ENTERTAIN DURING FAIR;
VARIED EXPERIENCE
i. '|.unman.v With
J;11" l" of Lloyd's, London, he
I.'"'/ ' ���   he could honestl.
0v~" ,'"'        ���  ��� "ii the condition
,,r ,' :',' As lecturer for
���i,   "Ud help them on
iln ���; .
lJ''"MVl,!' ...  udvertia-
JL"^Oecld  Uo-evj  ,,���. BcheU.
J     -'I"    Of      >
in,,,      , ""'"'' on "ach
thai  amouni
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��� ���'  T      '   ' ���'f
Publl
..���lion taken,
Mm
ure be
Tin
���
work will in
"iiniiilces  tor
Mri    ^"nt's  Addre_-
wfi re ih.
y''"r Were ..,.,
^"Iiiuv,,,,   '     """"-*' ��"���"'
board    T,       ' ;'"' work of tha
'"''I    ui   the City
control ���/.. "' :""1 Progressive
��� of the city, so
v
Ci
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o
''f Us ii
ii,
"s �� boa
Visitors From Dominion to Big A.-Y.P.
Fair Will  Be  Hospitably  Received by Compatriots.
Seattle,    Match    lv���Canadians   Ol
Seattle and naturalised Americans ol
Canadian  birth  have been invited to
aid iu the formation of a Canadian
club.     A mass meeting for this i-"1'-
pose will be 1
ing  academy
| Fiisi  avenue,
evening.
The objeci of the association Is "
j Social   purposes,    especially    with    '
Intent of entertaining    proniiii' al    - :i*
nadlans visiting tbe Alaska-Yukon-Pa-
clflc exposition.
vl iii ll. lioiiglas' danc-
Silver     building,   6  '
;|I   j*  o'clock  tomorrow
'%01'u, ih" Internal ecu
.ii.. ep,
*IU| :i was their duty
���llfc .',!/" oo1 ������''"' the external
���%���-      e����rd of Trade was the
?>,;;;:; "��� ��� ^
'""""'ran.,,; waterways   and
FU to hi    '",1 '"' kn��wn to the
Th"i^        tHc'
HOLD WORLD'S FAIR AT
WINNIPEG IN THREE YEARS
C.H.S. Wade Appointed Publicity Commissioner and
Boa rtl of Trade Secretary.
Charles Henrj Stuart Wade, who
wus las! niKb: elected publlclt) commissioner, ami secretary of the Hoard
oi Trade, litis been in Canada tor the
i i twelve years, the last two in this
district. He was special Immigration
commissioner tor the city of Edmonton and Northern Alberta ln Eastern
Canada for a considerable period, and
,, police magistrate at Edmonton H"
has had considerable experience in
parliamentary and municipal work,
n,,i |g the author of many maga-ine
ami newspaper articles. He is sp'-
cially qualified in advertising work,
having been with the celebrated advertising  firm  of  Francis   Willing   _:
Co., London, Eng.
EOR AN INVITATION
executive were present except Hon. R.
CJ.  Tatlow.      The delegation included
h.   H.   Sp.rling,   general  manager or
the B. C. Electric Railway, with F. R.
Glover,, assistant manager, and E. V.
Bodweli, counsel    for the Vancouver
Power Company.      The hydrauiic experts     were   J.   D. Schuyler,   for  the
pow.-r company, Archibald O. Powell,
of Seattle, and A. McL. Hawks, of Ta-
conia, for the provincial government;
and Willis Chipman for tbe Westminster Citizens' committee.     John Peck,
provincial boiler inspector attended at
the request of the government.    The
Westminster Citizens' committee were
represented     by   Aldermen     Henley,
Gray and    Adnms   J.    A. Lee, L. A.
Lewis and J. S. Bryson, with the legal
iS8istance of City Solicitor W. G. Mc-
| Quarrle  and  W.   J. Whiteside.      The
Coquitlam municipality was represented hy J. R. Grant, counsel for the municipal council. Ralph llooth, ex-reeve
of Coquitlam, Matthew .Marshall and
James Mars, of the Citizens' committee, George Grey, Northeote Johnson,
James Chambers and J. R. Scott, with
Mr. Wilmot, inspector of dykes.
Coquitlam's Case.
A   number of     adjournments   were
made  freni  the  official  time  set  tor
opening, until the engineering experts
could get together to arrange a plan
satisfactory    to    all.     Eventually at
'LoO   p.m.   Mr.  Gram  was   heard   tor
Coquitlam.       lie     took    the   position
that the executive council had no jurisdiction,  as   the   water  in question
was   within   the   railway   belt,   which
had been deeded to the Dominion government.     He thought that it was not
fair that such an important question
as   this should   be   fought   out   by   a
College Boys Have Not Been
Approached By Promoters
Of City Baseball League.
No action in regard to baseball matters lu.- vi been taken ai Columbian
college this spring. The -chool has
hud a nam every season for the last
live or six years, and llleji1 will be one
this term, bul the various matches
which the football and basketball
learns have Initl on hand have prevented any regular practicing so far;
but the luat of these matches come
off this Saturday, and after the track
me.t wiih McGill University, Vanoouver, on March 27, the coast will be
clear for the American national game.
And tor the remaining two months of
school the collegians Will be ready to
play any nine this side of Chicago.
The Dope.
The talk so fur h is been the Same
as every    year, "only a few of   Inst
ible radius  of  Vancouver,  there  was
500,000  unappropriated  horsepower.
In answer to a question, Mr. Sperling said that at tberr highest present
capacity they were using 11,000 inches
of water. With the raised dam ther.
would be 24,0.00 inches available.
District Opposes.
.Mr. McBride, having remarked thai
it would be very dangerous to do
things to jeopardize the water supply
of a community, Mr. Bodweli said that
If the dam were built these reservations would come into force, and there
would be water to spare for the muni-
clpailty, Otherwise there wouid not
be sufficient.
Mr. Grant did not share this view,
and said that the 50 inches reserved
to the public w'ere of use only to rip-
rian owners. Ex-Reeve Booth and
Air. Marshall opposed the scheme, the
laiter presenting a petition threatening to apply for an injunction shouhl
the work be proceeded with.
Westminster's Case.
Several others spoke, and :h-n Mr.
Whiteside said that New Westminster
-itjeciod MS anything which might endanger the quality or quantity of its
water supply, which was drawn from
Coquitlam lake.
The premier remarked that the impression he had gained at the meeting
of February 16 was that New Westminster would have no objection if
assured that the dam would be safe,
their water supply pure, and their
pipes protected.
Mr. Lee Speaks.
John A. Lee, president o�� the West
minster Board of Trade, objected that
Westminster was not in a position to
deal with the question until the report
of a competent engineer had been obtained and gone into by their solicitor. They had not got that data, although repeated requests had been
made, and they had been assured ��iy
Mr. Glover that it would be forthcom-
i ing. They had only been given three
.blue  prints,   which   their expert  said
1 wer valueless, as being tentative only.
They contained nothing for him to
work on.
small municipality.     It should first b_
settled  by  th.-  government.      In  the Preliminary Surveys.
next place, tne act required that the ' Mr. McBrlde thought the demand for
company on making such an applica- specifications was    not unreasonable,
Hon should furnish a complete state- and Mr. .McQuarrie read a letter from
ment with all necessary data, which lt Mr, Chipman, stating that he required
was necessary to arrive at a decision. Information  on 17 points    before he
This had not been done.     Coquitlam could give an exhaustive report.     He
he contended, would be cut off lrom understood  that  Mr.    Powell  advised
While In the middle west be was a  year's stars back, nnd nobody to Ink,
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were ���'���"
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Winnipeg,   Marcli
meeting lail  night reports
.���t i" i''"''-
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,., [ne ��� 'i '"
iH'ived from commutes
-nd.   si.    Louis   and   Seattl'
government lecturer on agriculture,
Ho Is a fellow of the Royal Geographical society of America, fellow of the
Royal Horticultural society (of Fng-
lanil), and corresponding member of
tha Scientific & Historical SOCletj "'
Manitoba, and other botfles
y
"���iliiy   nei-t's- ! world's fair  project.
win.
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lay.
ot th,
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shipping
and   favor of  Winnipeg  holding a
world's
port,
In the world. 1
'"firesai-1   with   th.
exposition 111
I und of iwo
raised.
1912 and ���' ���'
million   'I"
.piniiini'v
ill be
The funeral of Florence Kaiiainiu''.
who died flt St. Mary's hospital; takes
place this morning to St. Peter's pro-
cathedral, Hn* interment being B| (he
Catholic cemetery.
their places, and lhe bunch we have
on hand now do not Live the ghost or
a show to win a game." In spite of
this, however, appearances are bright-
er than they ever have been before
this early In the Beason, and the prospects are most hopeful for a crack
team.
Clannish   Spirit  in   Evidence.
The promoter- of fl  city four-team
league  seem   to  have  gone  forth  on
faith In entering the college in their
its water supply*.
Request for Water.
Premier McBrlde���-Would noi the increase amount of  water thus stored.
Instead of running to waste, lu-ip the
development of the company? Would
the raising of the dam be prejudicial
to your position If you come to us
later for water?
Mr. Grant thoughi that ii would,
ns they would not be able to get
through the new dam, although as
matters stoo.l they might he able to
build ii  lllghes one themselves.
Mr. Fulton asked how much Coquitlam wanted. The reply was 1000
Inches, which would serve ironi 1 no.-
000 to 150,000 persons.
Mr. Bodweli���Il would give T.'i ga -
Ions per bead '."���'��� day to a population of 200,000.
Mr. Grain went on to complain that
no [lower data had been provided, and
tho engineers hud been unable to arrive at u conclusion.
Power Company's Answer.
In reply. Mr, Bodweli said that the
company's record, granted in 1S9'l.
wns siilij-ct to "'C Inches for the use
of the public. Thl�� quantity would
suffice for a city of 10,000 people, and
was a-t>llt tlit* capacity of the pipe
used by New Westminster
thai the water would probably be ren
dered distasteful by decaying vegetable matter, which would render filter
ing beds necessary. He took the.
ground that the application was premature, as the necessary  preliminary
Continued on Page Six.)
WOULD SPEND MILLIONS
ON HARBOR OF ST. JOHN
St. John, N.B., March 1S.���Louis
Coste, consulting engineer of the public works department, says a scheme
is afoot to develop the port of St.
John, which may necessitate the expenditure of ten millions in the near
future. A series of seven new docks
Is planned to be located at iho south
of  Sand   Point.
MEAT REGULATIONS
WILL BE TESTED
(Continue, on Page Two.)
lxnidon.  March  IS.���The  Importers
of American meat decided to test the
ruling of the government board which
As to the  gives the local hen'th officers absolute
suggestion of monopoly, within a leas-  control over meat importations.
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PAGE TWO.
��   i��AU,Y NEWS
FRIDAY,   MARCH
19, 1909.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINE^! 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 great .  solution th
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 classified ad
They talk to  hundreds of people each day and they talk to the man when   he wants to Ii6ten.
PERSONAL.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS
IF M. O. ORR, OF THIS CITY, WILL   AUDITING, ACCOUNTING AND SY3-
call at the Dailv News office, he will
i
bear something to his advantage.
WANTED.
WANTED ��� JUNIOR      REPORTER, i
Must have good education, one with i
knowledge  of  shorthand  and  type-!
writing    preferred.      Apply    Daily
News office, Front stret, after 7 p.m.
WANTED���MAN OR GOOD BOY
for soliciting and delivering meat
orders. Slate terms. Will give
good encouragement to right man.
Apply M. M. Box 29.
temlzlng.
1117.     18
B.  C.
Guinn   &  Falrley, phone
Flack  block,   Vancouver,
0. HAMliER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Conveyancer. Room 10, Brine Block, New-
Westminster.    P. O. Box 705.
ARCHITECTS.
LAUNDRY.
ROYAL CITY LAONDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Bluckie Street. Now la
the time to get curtains and blankets ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing; host work
reasonable prices. Phone 5a, P. O.
box 142. Qally News Block, Sixth
street.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER. B. C. LAND SUR
yeyor. Ellard block, New West
minster, B. C.
W.  D. GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITEl 1'.
Room 14, Dominion Trust bloc!;.
i;i)\', I.V G. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT-
(lui.uon  Block.     Telephone  H38.
WANTED���A    REMINGTON    TYP.B-
writer  in good  conditon.    Must  he j
cheap.    Apply  C.  this office.
WANTED���A boy to work from 6 to
12 in the morning. Good pay- Apply this office Saturday I etween 12
and 12:30.
GARDINER   &   SHBRRIFF,
ARCHI-
teen-   (lulchon   block.      P.
O.   Box
77 :       Phone 232.
WANTED���General servant Apply
Mrs. D. J. McQuarrie, 'Sixth street,
near  Fourth  avenue.
ELECTRICAL   WORKS.
Till: PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dea.ers in eletcrical machinery.
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
am a.ure wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. O. box 928.
LOST.
1/OST���A BUNCH' OF KEYS
Wednesday night, in post office.
dei* please return to this office,
ON
Fln-
X-3.
LOST���A BUNCH OF KEYS AND
whistle on Sunday. Finder please
return to this office.    Reward.
LOST���SUM OF MONEY ON Columbia street. Reward. Return
to C. A. Welsh, grocery store.
FOUND.
FANC. POULTRY, EGGS, ETC.
ARTHUR O'CONNOR. POULTRY
.breeder, 1019 Eleventh street, and
Sixin avenue, New Westminster, P.
O. box 125. Pure-brvd Cockrels for
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, etc.; eggs for
hatching. Write your requirements.
FOUND���A GOLD WATCH AND FOB.
Owner can have same ty applying
to this office, proving property and
paying for this ad.
FOR  SALE
FOR SAL'.-PIRE BRED PLY-'
mouth Rock and White Leghorns;
$1 per Bitting.     D. W. Bray. Fourth
avenue and Eighth street.
FISH  AND GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
F. NASH, B. C. LAND SURVEYOR,
5 and 6 Hamley block, New \\ est-
minster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE 3CHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery-/
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMol'RONG BLOCK
(over Johnston's snoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interim
and commercial work, amateur
work, etc.
PAPER   HANGING AND   DECOR
ATING.
MUSIC
I.   HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,   RU-..J
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanltas;
house painting, ka!��oiiiining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Cart
lotta Antelli, It. A. M., London, Eng.
and of G. F. Sims, Mus.    Bar, Ox
ford,.   England, will  give lessons ini KENNY'S   RESTAURANT   &   CAFE
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, propr.e-
tress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, lish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
'nging and harmony.
I
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. Meals, short orders, oysters. All white cooks; no Oriental
labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
REAL   ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
55C, phone 334,
TWO ACRES, five miles out, at a
cheap price, to close up an '.state;
this would make an Ideal chicken
ranch al small cost;  $3.0, terms,
FEW LOTS in the test part of Burnaby at J100 each. 50 by 150; i BJ y
terms.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia street, near tram office,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance. City property, suburban
tracts, farm lands, and chicken
ranches.
PEERS & RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
and Insurance. Burnaby properly it
speciatly. ll.mm 7 Hamley block.
P. O. Box 158, phone :;6I.
DIAMOND    .-.    CORBOULD,    SIXTH
Street.
FOR SALE- HALE MILE WEST-
minster waterfront with trackage
only' Sffi a foot; will be worth $25 a
loot in a year's time. Compare
this with other prices.
���vrt SALE���125-ACRE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all under high state .of
cultivation; close to tram, school,
Store, etc. $130 an acre. Cheap at
$200 an acre.
TAILORS.
<iAIA1X' ::- Sixth et; im,,,, m
men's tailor. B��lu����� ,,M^
in ladies' and men .., 1Vs.
ing and repairing, on   hort notice'
Phone  B350.
Fraternal Societies
I. O. O. F.���AMITY l_OD(__. No. r���
The regular mec I ��� : :his lo_g9
are held in Oddfellews' hall Cotam.
hla street, every Mrni laj evening
at 8 o'clock.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B S-
Ked  Rose Degree m. eontl ���__
Founh Wednesdi      ' ,,..'
In  K   of p,  Hall   i
B  p, in., While R ��� Fourth
Wednesday   In
time ami  place.
ini"
v O. U. W.���FRASEK LOCIife in. t
���Meetings Uie flrsl itrd Tue*
day   in    each    montl t
brethren cordially Inviii , a -(-ai
Lodge room, A. O, (J. -a hall. Odd-
fell'jws'  block. Cl reel
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 1099, i.O.F.
���Meets Hit- FouriH i:vv, in the
month at 8 o'clock. In _e small
hall, Oddfellows'
ROLLER   RINK.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
i PYTHIAN SKATING RINK, New K.
of P. hall. Eighth and Agnes streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon, 2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 1 '.
Admission 10c;  Skates, 25c.
i W.   E.   FAi.ES,   THE   FURNlf UKE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,!
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone J70, night call 81.
HENRY'S NURSERIES ��� PACIFIC
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancoui er, and branch nursery  at South Vancouver.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
GROCERY. i QEORGE E. MARTIN,    BARRISTER
FOR   THE   BEST   VALUE IN   GRO-1     and   Solicitor.     Guichon   block,   Co-
H0U6ES TO   RENT.
ceries.  phone 386.    The Pu:,-  Food
Supply Grocery,   P.  O.  Box  811.
lumbla   and   McKenzie   Sts.
Westminster, B. C.
New
To RENT���$16, six-room house, Royal
avenue and Fourth street; modem
conveniences. Apply J. M. McDonald, 131 Agnes street.
TO    RENT���Five-room   cottage,   furnished,  on  Eighth  street, close  to
car line.      Possession on or before
April  1.    Apply p., Daily News Of-1
flee.
ROOMS TO RENT.
Tu RENT-ONE  LARGE   FURNISH-1
f.l   bedroom,   also   one    small   one. '
Terms reasonable.     Apply 287. Victoria street.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
|W.    -MYERS    GRAY,      BARRISTER,
_'j    Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
MRS.  RUNACRES,  216    SIXTH ST.,      block,    Clarkson    Street,    opposite
opp.     Queen's     Avenue    Church.���;     the Court  House.    P.   O.   Box  196.
Home-made sausages aid rolls, heal     Telephone 64
cheese, etc.
IRON WORKS.
TO   RENT ��� FURNISHED     RO     I
bath and modern conveniences,   Apply 265 Victoria street.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD. ���
Boil.rmakers and General Plate
Work'-rs. Boilers. smokestacks,
chutes, conveyors, air receivers,
sheet iron work. Telephone 324, P.
O. Box 442.
LIVERY STABLE.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRTE
(F. C. Wade. K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers. 408 Hastings Street west.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
RING    UP   250   FOR     HACKS    AND
RING  UP   PHONE  1S5   FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc.   Reasonable
WHITE .SH1___ & CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance   Agents
City,  farm  and  suburban  property.
260 Columbia street.
TO RENT���Large store next to tele-
phone office.
STORE���On Columbia street, Sapperton, to rent;  $15 per month.
FOR SALE���Several large lots on car
line* Burnaby, tor $100 and $125
each; $25 down, balance at 7 per
cent.
STENOGRAPHY   A   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN    BUNTING,     ROOM
Brine block, Clarkson street      P
Box 694.
It,
O.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY        AND {
Typewriting;   copy  work,   business
letters,   etc.     Province   office,   Co-i
l_mbla street.    Phone 62.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
I
FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF    .AGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meeti .uesdij
eveulng at  8 p.  in , In tl e Eagles'
t-ill,    Columbia    - a   Clark,
W. Pres.;  H. Bchol i  I       retatjf,
IHE ROYAL TEMHLAHS OF TEM
PERANCE nieot everj '.' ���'������.inesdaj
at 8 o'clock p. m��� In .-Ifollows'
hail, Columbia street.
.ON- OF cCOTLANO BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF f HE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meeti i i vim ad
Third Tuesday of everj r ondi in
K. of P. hall.   Chief V\   I   : lerlMd.
WE BUY AND SELL ITRNITFRE
and all kinds of new i.nd second
hand goods. Speck & Crandell
near Tram office.
HALE BROS, ft CO., LTD., REAL ES- )
tate and Insurance, wholesale and I
retail flour and feed, carriages and j
vehicles of all kinds. Phone 335. I
186 Columbia St. P. O. drawer 100.   I
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.ll.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Rea: estate, Insurance,
loans, notaries public, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street P. O. Box 247.
Phone 321.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lome street, W. N. Carty, manager
Special attractions provided .luring
the BeaSOtL Advance ticket office,
Ryall's  Drug  Store.
smart, turnout
bles.
The
-hiorn Sta-
charges; quick service.
Parcel Delivery.
Royal City
J. .1. JOHNSTON. DUPONT bi-OOK,
Columbia street, phone 169.
FOUR and a half acre block on
the North Road, only a mile and
a half from ear terminus, Sapperton; prices and terms very reasonable.
THE   EDISON   THEATRE.   COR.sER
Columbia and   Eighth       High-class j
moving pictures,   illustrated  soul's. |
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Design.-- and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
prletor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and ear line.     P. O,  box 254, Rhone
-   (.  O.   O. F.���Royat  City  L No. 3
���Meets   in   odilfe . . . i��� Col
am. ia Street) everj Frida*. feciug
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting ���!. ��1U
be made welcome, 1. _. Q lief,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, I 1. lecord-
.n.; secretary,
CTHER    FRATERNAL    .   -lETIES,
include the  linion 1. ���' A
IV and A   M . Klni '- k��dSe'
No. 17, A. P and .'. M - 0. I*
No. 1150; L. O. L, N' ,-'"i"'
Sapperton, No.  1683. I. O. 1
F.,    Court  Westmin-'
Brotherhood of 0 -   '"'j^
MCARD   OF   TP.ADL :'mi
ater Board of Tra I Is In tt-,j
Board Rooi . City Hall    ��� foUW.
VThird Thursday of - d> w^
Ou arte rly meet lugs oa the third
Thurs.l- v Of P '" May'
August and Novembe . al 8 !'��� "������
Annual meetings od the tmri
Thursdaj of Pebi try.' Nc*
��� n mbers    maj    be ''   ���ujd
electeil al any inonthl i 1 rl''rl>
meeting.     \. E. White
FOR SALE
Good lots on the Vancouver
"Cut-Off" line, $250 to $3-50
each, on easy terms.
Lot 50x120, on the Sixth street
carline, Burnaby, $125, half cash.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia St.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer o!
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*.
F?mily  trade  a ipecialty.
Tel. 113 Office   tight 6trett
NEW   WESTMINSTER.    S.    C.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Pane**.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home  Paper.
Students Waiting
For an Invitation
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
will oppose the Vancouver team Is:
Forwards, c. Cameron, M. Cory; centre, II. Kenny; guards, T. Reid. I.
MacLeod. Tb'' ladies' five of the
college have not lost a game this
season, and the school is confident
they will not spoil their record l il ���
row.
TAKE
Tk White Pass
and Yukon Route
for   CONRAD,   CARCR088,   ATL1N,'
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR.
LM K3 Daily trains (except Sun
"   engers, mall, expri
fr.'i.'i    conned   with  stages  at   Ci
���'��� -   White  H6.se, maintaining
,.   111..ron.       ���   :,|,.,.  service.
:''   Inl [on  ;ip;.!y to
;  -'  ';  GSRS Traffic Manager.
league.      Basel a I   mal ters  bave  n it
o.'t.' iu ly ior unofficially) been settled
or    even    discussed    as   y,.;  ai  the
School.     in fact, only a  little desu.
tor)   practice has bt-i-u indulged in by
th.   ��� iplrant- on the team.     While ii
Is 'i ilte probable thai the school will
enter   iL nine i���    this   league when
fori et] if they an-approached on the
afl        there has been a growing gen-
Um. ' '   againsl  any except  other similar institutions.      For this reason the
hoc ��� ���  football    elevens    were with-
drawn  early ibis  year,  and  a   Rugby
organized     bo   that     the college
' compete with rival schools.
Chla was also one of the reasons for
Ulng a debate with the Wesley
11   I idlsl    Men's club   of Vancouver
Which  was to    have .leen    held    (tils
ilng.
Rugby   Lineup.
'I'1" lineup   of   the   Rugby fifteen
will represent Columbia college
1   -nine against Vancouver High
a Saturday will be: Forwards,
trong, BurWash,    Fakely, House.
1'irl.len,    J.     IVniiioy,    Clark,
halves, Betts, Mat-Arthur; three
Ferguson,   Watson.    Meyers,
mil    buck, H.  Dralney.     R*'-
Koenlg.
Indies' basketball quintette thai
FOR   RIFLE  CONTESTS
THROUGHOUT DOMINION
Ottawa.    March   18.   Col.   J.   Lyon
Beggar ol  11 tawa  has offered a cup
for competition  iu rifle shooting by
teams trom different companies ofthe
army   Bervlce   corps   throughout    the
. Dominion.    The teams  will all shoot
Ial their local ranges and forward the
: results to Ottawa.    There wil;  be   a
series of four matches for teams   ol
; ten, aggregate score to count.
CANADIAN   CHEESE
scor__ h;ch in TEST
Ottawa. March l8.���According t" an
analysis in tbe land revenue department of 237 samples of ch-e8e sul).
mitted from all parts of the Dominion
there wen- only two shmples which
contained skimmed milk cheese, while
there were no forel ,, i;il substances
in  any of them.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, Mid six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
LAND ACT.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IX
THE        DAILY NEWS
I Westminster's Home Paper.
New Westminster Land District.
District  of   Sayward.
Take notice that i, c \v. Preston,
of Vancouver, oi jupation farmed intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted on
th'- north shore of south Twin Island,
thence following the shore easterly,
southerly, westerly, northerly and
easterly back to point of commencement, taking in the whole island containing 2*00 acres more or less. .
C, W. PRESTON.
Dal.-d Feb. 2nd, 1800.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper,
NOTICE,
New Westminster  :
District of  New Wen
. Ford. ��'
Take notice, lha    ���      '-,,.. pir
Pitt Meadows, B. C ,,
ried lady, inl.'lids to rJ    ,t
,.,,,    FolIOWl!-"
sum  io    purchase ^    ]tl>i\
scribed lands; c-'i"'- ' ', r.t
! planted nt the sou ���   ,wtt
1020,  thence west   -"'    ' lln'' ^j,
south 80 chain.-, thence ca ���
more or less to Agamomwrn ^ ;i,
thence northerly along wIB,
Ithe point "f commenc��������� "
lng 160 acres more or I.������ ���������
HAWUETFOBj^t
M ,,. GORDON, M FR|DAY, MARCH  19, 1909.
L'HJj. DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
��-     Adv_____nSandjCirculation IFABULOUS WE4LTH Of
IHE COBALT KNOT
SiiliscripHoos ami Advertlseineots solicited for tlie above publications
CHARLES   E. SAINDS, Agent
I  p, o. Box 29 New West .-riinstar Phone A22
I ^v*:o-**>:*:��:*>:*^^
!������������������������������������������������������������������������-.���������������������������������������������������������������������������
MILLIONS   OF   MONEY   CHANCED   UPON    BY   A    BLACKSMITH    WHO
WAS  A   DREAMER���MEN   WHO   WERE   LAUGHED    AT    HAVE
COME   FINANCIAL   MAGNATES���ONLY   THE   FRINGE   OF   GREAT
GOW   GANDA   SILVER   MINING   DISTRICT TOUCHED.
years ago it looked as if silver production would disorganize the world's
trade. But at that time the world s
gold production was less than ?lu..-
nuO.OOO a year and tht-- world's silver
production something like $200,000,-
000. Now the world's gold production Is $500,000,000 annually, and the
world's silver production far below
in value what it was twenty golden
years ago.
. __ ____
r
r
V0L.JNTEER    BOUNTY
ACT,   i908.
I
At MacKay's
WARNING
TO PURCHASERS.
ment of the right of _
. V'oluteer entitled to a
���� be by wayofap-
tituteand must he |
polntniei
|D tbe i"'11- ���
ivvi.it J by (he Act.
g , Ial
called   to Sub-
tjmn     in ���'��� ��f the vynT
Bounv Act, 1908, which provides thai
BU V
.Iiliient  o
- thi right of a VOl-
appolntmenl of a sub-
'. , ,��� ... accepted or recog.ii7.ed
. . lepartmenl of the Interior
��Wch s not executed and dated after
th. datt of the warrant for the land
Int Issued by tbe Minister of MiMla
Drfenceln favor of the volunteer.
NEW BOOKS
The Red City, by S. Weir Mitchell  $1-50
Tlie Last Voyage of the Donna
Isabel, by I'arris *1.25
Tlie Message, by Louis Tracy
 $1.25
64-40,   or    Fight,    by Emerson
Hough |1.25
Cy   Whittaker's   Place,  by Lincoln $1.25
Get-Rich-Quick Walllng-ord, by
Chester $1-25
Life of Ian MacLaren, by W. K-
Nlcholl $1-75
m + + +++++ + + + + ++4 + ++4444+++++++ +++ + 4++++++ + 444 + + + + ++*
an<
W. QREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
District of Surrey.
-,������. notice, that Henry T. thrift
���ina-Dil, , ,.; ... for permission to
tease tl.- following described land:
Commencing al a post planted where
-. mdary of Iot 605,
d.s-
tir soil
MUTTON, VEAI, POKK
!  Fresh   Pork   Sausages  daily.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 M-MENtMY
To'roni i,  March  is.���How i hort    a
time, after all, it takes to make some
i,.   vs and people famous.   Ever sine,
the days of Richelieu, Lake Nipissing
I and Lake    Temiskaniing    have    been
known.    For two hundred years trap-
! pi rs, hunters    and cotireurs des bols
have been blazing trails around Lake
i T iiii.-kainiiig. and up along the Mon-
real river,    But till   yesterday   this
wonderful   lake   and   river   country   a
iv    hundred  miles  northwest of   l'o-
ronto,   was   utterly   unknown  as     the
plateaus of   Hindoo   ECoosh    or    the
pas ��� -  of  Kewen  Luen.      Dr, Drum-
mum!,   the  Canadian   folk-lore    poet,
had repeatedly Bailed over the seventy  the French-Canadian hamlets, many a
miles extent of Lake Temlskaming. youth was fired to seek his fortune.
| lie bad even canoed up the Montreal   Sam Otisse, an  Innkeeper in    a   vii- i
river and revellen in the shade of Itsjlage near old Quebec, threw up bis
| primeval   forests,  but   not   a   thought job and started to Cobalt.   That was |
had then come to him of tlie fabulous last summer. Instead of tarrying at
j weal* _ of the region. Hunters from Cobalt, however, he hastened up the
I Europe  and  the  States have    chased   Montreal river, and there, with canoe
eries, but when Charlie Richardson
pushed out into the woods beyond
the Foster and the Driunmond and
located the Temiskaming on top ol
muskeg and Keewatin rocks their
ridicule knew no ixiund. Their sides
shook wiih laughter when th��y saw
Richardson ball .mi machinery to
sink a shaft on bis wold cat, but
Richardson's wild cai mine is now
adding something like $2,000,000 a
year to the world's silvef wealth and
been sold for a profit of $80,000.
Fortune In a Day.
When the tales of these marvellous
discoveries began to circulate through
Play Ball
Rubber Balls rrom 5c up
Lacrosse  Sticks 35c up
Base Balls 10c up
Gloves and Mitts 40c up
Bats 20c   up
Masks,   Body   Protectors,   etc.
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
1
J
[elk .unl moose over this country, but
noi one o*' ttem discovered a trace of
tlu:  fabulous   wealth   hidden   beneath
. tl... trail. I
Was  a   Dreamer.
,    It  was only five summers ago urn
' a French-Canadian blacksmith, Alfred La Rose, began Hammering away
and gun and pick he Hunted for fortune. Last August he pitched bis
tent beside Silver Lake and then,
tired and weary lay him down to sleep,
He dream.nl or :he Crdwtl Reserve,
and iu the morning he stake, out the
Otisse. A siiou time alter, Frank
Loiing,  the  _.lest ami  best equipped
ANDERSON
Columbia St.
group two (2), New Westminster
brk( intei ei tbi quarter Bection
line, prolonged, running north and
smith through Bection two (2), town-
Alp one (11; thence south WO rods.
thence'-ast 160 rods; thence north to
a point 200  :    I     OUth   of  :he   before :
Dent!, ed soul    i y   boundai y of lot j
:, ��� .. oui two (2).  thence  easterly
parallel to Id   outherly   boun- j
fen vi loi 505, group ;wo (2), to a ;
jtoit 62 rods north of the I'.Hh paral-
\,\ i norti       ; nl":  thence west to i
_��� ��!���-; murk and 62  I'.'tls distant j
torn the said 19th parallel of north I
62 rod,; th-ne.   ������������������������������������ �����+���������������������������� ��#>����������������#�������
Jut to th-point '.vhe:.. uie southerly
.  ' 1. 05,    'iroup   two    (-1
IriteM-rts (he before mentioned 49th
parallel of north latitude; then follow
ioc tt' ��� . thei ly boundary ot lot
'���' ptrap two vi. to the point of
fo_n .. ������   -.'     intalnlng bj  pstlma-
Railway Time Tables
B. C
two t��o  Hundred    and   forty  acres
more Or r j-
DaM :.t White  Rock, B.  C,  this
- I ������   of F< "" ary, 1909.
HENRY T   THRU"!'
E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND     DIS-
Take n itl . .,.���   undersign, d
I '-wills to applj to tue hou. the com-
llr'1Sfil)r"   ��� for permission to
B"*  '���" . Mi'ii-'d    lands   In
p* " llstrlct;
Commencing at a point where the
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I        ' .'mils seven   (7)
r"- elshteten ��� rsects the west-
J5 '""'��� ������ ���""., group two
'    ''���     ��� llstrlct; thence
lence souther.) ami
v   we terry and
of  the  said   lot
.   "   ���' (prolonged) run
C'_Mrtl ith tnorugh    ��� eiioii I a.m.
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m j"dr8��  ' oundary   of  the Lv. Seattl
''   **05    In    ..     '��� ,i,,il     :,,,,,,,,,!,  il,,   ll I
Sl'llll, of ;hi
Cars leave Vancouver for New Wesi
rniuster at 5:50, 6:50, t 20 and S:00
a.m.. and ever, half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
jCara leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 0::.0. 0:20, 6:60, ��� -'" :mu
vi"i a.m. and -very half hour there-
after until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars  leave Vancouver for New   Westminster at  8:00 and 9:00 am., and
every   half   hour   thereafter   until
11:110 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster I >r Vancouver at v.'. a.m.. and every half
hour there,iiter until 10:00 p.m. Lasi
ear 11:00 p.tn.
D. J.   McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
on  the  right of way of the
kamlng and Northern Ontario railway.
La Rose was a dreamer. He had listened to Duncan  McMartin's tales of
.western prospectors and all the tiine
lie eould spare from his anvil he spent
j hammering  at rocks,  and  five   years
ago he hammered a hole into a fissure
j near Cobalt lake out of which $6,000,-
000 Iii silver has already been mined.
La Rose has long since abandoned
j liis trade of blacksmith and prospector,   He Is no longer a pioneer in the
Wilderness for he has become a finan-
I rial magnate, and has settled down to
enjoy the smiles of fortune in a villa
on the banks of the Ottawa.   The discovery of La Rose created wild c un-
motion      The   crowd   of    contractors
and   politicians  and   boarding    house
kepers  engaged  in  building tlie  rail-
road  no  sooner saw  the silver  mine
 ' 'in Hi., conglomeratt   rock than    thej
I Lake creek, thence west across the-J hastened to acquire title to all ths
island to the shore, thence following conglomerate rocks around and under
the shore northerly, easterly and .'Cobalt Lake. Arthur Ferland nnd
southerly to the point of commence-1 Chambers acquired auout 1,000 acres
ment. 'for a song or its equivalent and then
No, 2 lease.���Zayas island, Port j W. B. Thompson, whose father was a
Simpson district, starting ut a post at [Cornish miner in Butte, Montana, and
the southeast corner of No. l lease, I whose boyhood; was passed listening to
thence west across the island to the {miners' and prospectors' tales on the
shore, thenco following the shore ; limit- hillside, chanced along to Co-
southerly, easterly and northely j bait. He bought .--00 acres Of the
anmnd to tbe point of commencement, j rocks from Chambers and Ferland for
$125,000 ami organised the Nipissing
|MM��_MGE
JAMES & McCLUGAN
������ Sole Agents ���
j;Trust Block,:rron_ St., New Westminster jj
A. JAMES. J. McCLUGAN.
at a fissure in the conglomerate rocks 1 mining engineer in the Cobalt silver
Temis- j fields, happened by lie examined the
Otisse and was ?o pleased that he
offered the discoverer $'100,000 for his
prospect. Fortune had, indeed, come |
quickly to the ex-tavern keeper of old
Quebec, for he accepted Lorlng's offer
and only a day or two ago Frank Lor-
lng told me that the Otisse was developing so wonderfully that he expected that it would rival the richest
mines of the country if not exc,-; the-n
in  the  production  of silver.
Before 'that, Charles Mann, another
of the spoiled darlinse of fortune, had
pushed on to Gow Ganda Lake where
he located an astonishing rich .vein
of silver which he immediately sold
for $250,000. Sam McLaughlin, another of fortune's favorites located the'
Bartletl beside Gow Ganda and sold
i; for $600,000.
Geologists Examine  Deposits.
NEW WELLINGTON
C O AL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Bok 345. Phone 105.
C. W. PRESTON.
Jan. 2k, 1909
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT [governmenl would not allow th
TO SEND YOU OVER , ,
company. Out of that company BUI}'
Thompson of Biftte became a multimillionaire    for    th-r     Guggenheima
bought an interest iu the Nipissing on
the basis  of $25,000,000,  The Ontario
oca-
c
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Light   Train-  Kvery Day in the Year
BETWEEN
on of Cobalt Lake, but sold its mln-j mineralization  and
���al  right for $1,000,000.
Meanwhile   Dr.   Harlow,  the  ablest j
geologist in Canada, and a man of ex- j
traordinary Integrity and ability, had
joined a group of geologists and miu-1
Ing engineers to thoroughly prospect !
the Montreal river silver boring area,
D.   Barlow   and   his   associates   Were |
amazed   io  find   that   the  free   silver j
bearing  conglomerate    and    diabase'
rocks along the  Montreal river  were i
far   more   extensive   and    have     far
greater promise of depth and permanency than  those around Cobalt.    The
wins are larger and -better defined an.l
the   Montreal   river  district   hn   not
suffered  the erosion   plainly    visible
around Cobalt.
Dr. Barlow and bla associates selected the district around .Mineral
lake as most likely io he richest in
silver   mines  and
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'8  STATIONERY STORE
J.  G.   GAMON'S CIGAR   DIVAN,   F.
! MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
{"THE FAIR," Co'umbia   .tree*.
t
Lv
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Great   Northern  Railway.
N.W. 9:15 a.in-: ar. Seattle l p.m.
N.W. 1:36 p.m.; ar, s. attle 10 p m
N.W. 12:10 a.iu i i"'. -' '"���''' " '''
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where tbe oentie
or west
vi  (10),   Intersects
tin nee north  along
ol   aid loi 506
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wnere Hi
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G   n. R.���Port Guiclicn.
Leaves New Westminster on Tin
day  at 10 .'un- returns at B p.m.
City.      Leaves  Thursday.   I   p.m.,
rives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Ui
Friday  at   8:60  p.m., ariivei-
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port  GttlchOD   Bl   1
Tuesday,  6:80  mn.  OD
6:80 a.iii- Sal urday.
Gulchon fi p.m., Thursday on I Fri
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
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Embodies Jhe   newest  and   Lest  ideas
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equipment consists of private compart-
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chair cars  (seats free),  modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smok-
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to'    For  Tune   Tables,   Folders, or   any
,ir-  further in format ion call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
;_(i Second Avenue, Seattle Wash.
there  they   located  about. 860  acres,
This proceeding was popular, for the j This  is known  as the    Miller  Luke
public did  not  like  .ne  Way  0'Brien (-group or the group of the    German
and Chambers and Ferland and    the ] Exploration    company.        Wonderful
i.m. on
nni
Arrives al i'"1''
lay.
i   W, LESSON,
HRIFT,  .ge_t,
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SPRING SI'IT AT
KE�� & CO.
TAILORS
��*l Block.  P. o.  Box  644,
Ne* W,5tmim-ter.
lake
NOTICE.
,   n   W    1 "
notice thai '��� I   u-       . ,0
..   ii   r    f'.rm'     -1' nd
of Vancouver B. l-  ���"'.    . , ,i:���is-
apply to the Honorable '   >��
doner  of  Lands ami   u'
twenty one year graslng
following  described   l.'inl:
lng nt a eosi i n the ���
Zayas   I
ubout  a  mil
1
on   the
c,
of
rest of the railroad people had go -
bled up all the conglomerate silver
bearing rocks around Cobalt. \\ ,'len
the news of the La Rose discovery
spread, Canadian prospectors' started
from all pans of the contlnenl for the
new Eldorado, bin when they got
there they found tbe whole district
bom staked "u: by the railroad folks i.mi
their ni. n Is.
Laughed at Him.
In distrust the newcomers bad to
trail Into the woods and across muskeg, and Ralph Foster, a Toronto
school boy. weni out iln.e or tour
miles into the woods and siiik.-.i owl
a mining claim on Glen lake. The
railroad crowd laughed loud and
long at the Foster wild cat mine.
but Foster laughed iasl for he sold
his claim for a mil.ion and today at
Ave and twenty he I ��� mayor of Halley.
bury and   a   millionaire.
Then Dr. Driunmond, who bad explored this region a hundred limes
In search of folk-line song, went over
to Kerr lake nnd slaked out a mining
claim of his own He tool n million
or two oui Of il before his all too
early death. Tinn another Hutre
miner took the management of the
Crown Reserve. This was n twenty-
five acre claim, mostly at the 'bottom
ii
Port   - , "'J,
south or -ii" -<"1,h
"The MUwaukee"
���The   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.   Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"   Omaha     to
Chicago,     'South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
So trains in tbe service on any
railroad In the world that equal In
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-j of Kerr hike and to get ut ll Man-
uaiikeo tc St. Paul Railway. They ager Cohen had to drain half the lak;
own and operate their own sleeping'away. The Crown Reserve is now
ami'dining oars on all their trains and I producing $1,500,000 a yea* in chunks
give their patrons an excellence Of of silver ore worth hundreds ami
service not obtainable elsewhere        i thousands  each.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent. I    The railroad people nnd their friends
til Third St., cor. Alder. Portland, Or.  were amazed at these outside dlseov-
Westminster
Transfer Co,
'j.ntce Thone 18t>.     Barn 'Phone .-7
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered    promptly   tc
any part of tne city.
Light and Heavy Mauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly  the  material you   want   ft
suits made to order.   Perfect fit gua.-
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New Westminster.
Opposite   Windsor   Hotel,
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
Applications "ill be received up to
Monday, the 22nd, iust., at 5 p.m.. l- .
the position of City Scavenger, duties
to commence on April 1st, 1809,     Sal-
to the sanitary inspector at the City
Hall.     ,,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, March :,. 1909.
things are expected from tbe mining
and exploration of his .Miller lake
region. The principal fissures so far
located are larger than any in Cobalt
and It is the belief of Mr, lla.low and
Frank Luring that these big fissures
of the Silver lake and Alill.-r lake districts    will   develop    Into   great   silver
producing mines.
Fabulous Wealth.
Iii 1808 the Cobalt district mined I law *t the rate of $60 per month. FO.
24,000 ion.- of or,, i ii.-ir yielded |1D,- information as to duties etc., apply
000,000. This 24,000 ions of silver or0
petted $7,500,000, The Untie district
mines 24,000 ions of ore every 10
hours.     Bul  the gross  \aliie of Hutfe's
24,000 does noi exceed $-10,000, while
the gross value of Cobalt's _4,0n0 tons
is over $10,000,000.
Qrandby produces 24,000 tons ol
copper ore every eight days, (jran'.dy
thus produce.1 every e|gm days as
much ore as Cobalt produced in the
whole of 1906. Hut one carload of
Crown Reserve ore or of Temiskaming
ore will exceed In value that of the
whole 21.000 tons of Grtindhy's Weekly production. To put It another way,
at the present market prices for copper nnd silver each ton of Coba't ore
nets Its owners 200 times moiv ihau
a ton of Calumet and Hecla ore. Kaeh
ton of Cobalt silver ore nets 500 times
more than ii ton of Qrandby ore The
net profits from the 24,000 tons of silver ore shipped from Cobalt last yenr
exceed Ilie nel profits Of the 5,000,000
tons of copper ore shipped fr.mi Itutte
during the same period.
Ther is really no danger or fear
of over production of silver    Twenty
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Easter Holidays
lu connection with the above round
trip tickets will be sold at one single
fjtre and one-third.      Tickets on sal-
April Mli to 12th inclusive.   Good to
rel urn up to and including April 13th.
School   pupils   and   teachers   will   be
given 'ii kets from April 1st to 21st.
IOD. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or ('. II. FOSTER.
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE   DAIL_   NEWS.
FRIDAY
March
1909.
The Daily News
Pnblishe.l by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
.-orner of Sixth and Front Streets, .New
Westminster, B, C.
Correspondence
���Soft**-'':"- ���
E. A. Paige Managing Director
.���**"BJJ82SB>
I'I he Daily News ls not resiionsible
for the opinions of its correspondents.)
FRIDAY.   MARCH   19. 1909.
HELPING WESTMINSTER.
CHURCH FUNDS.
Editor-, Daily News,
Sir,���In a recaI copy of St. Barna-
bas Parisii Magazine published in this
city and distrbuied by subscrption
among the inomuers of the Church of
England,    an urgent appeal is made
  for extra subscriptions to the church
The minister of public works, lion, expenses to make up arrears that
Dr. PugsKy. is reported iu "Hansard" have accummulated. On the next page
of March 5 to have made the follow- the following paragraph appears wnlch
lng emphatic declaration with refer- Is certainly worthy of comment "What
ence to the dredging of* the Fraser shall we say oi the so ca.led mem-
river, and harbor improvements in bers of the church wuo have a name
Vancouver and Victoria: "We have to live and yet are dead, who because
another gnat work in British Colum- of some fancied wrong or slight, not
bia, the improvement of the Fraser only withdraw their support to the
river. It was especially for this that church, but wickedly try to harm her
the Fruhling dredge has been pur- in various ways. We, also, know their
chased. At New Westminster there methods only too well, but God knows
���ire very large lumber mills, and up them much .Letter. They call them-
��� tne Fras.-r river are vast areas of selves the disciples of the God of
splendid forest gowth. The quantity Love, and yet they do bul flatl 'r with
of timber coming down the Fraser is their lips and dissemble in their dou-
enormous,   but   it   It.   out   little   com-   ble heart."
pared with what will come down ln Thai such an effusion should emu-
the almost Immediate future. We late from a clergyman, and be ad-
plan to make the Fraser river from dressed to his parishioners must sure-
New Westminster to the sea a ship ly point to something more than
channel for the very greatest ocean Bchism, and the marked falling off of
steamers which come to British Co- subscriptions in these prosperous
lumbla. We shall proceed with these times merely might be taken as a
works as rapidly as nuances will per- gentle hiut that it would be better for
mit. But honorable mem; ers wbo the church in question if the pastor
represent; British Columbia and the searched himself thoroughly and not
people of that province can rely upon abuse his flock.
lhe government as being alive to the While some of
necessity of improving the Fraser and
the harbors of Victoria and Vancouver as well as Nanaimo and other
harbors along the coast."
We  looked  in vain,  alter these  inspiring remarks, for a speech from J.
D.    Taylor, M. P.      Evidently it was
not his cue to congratulate the honorable- minister   and the city   of   New
Westminster, or to convey such news |
to the  Columbian     via the  News-Ad-;
vertiser.      He bided his time, and a
few minutes later threw out an inter-1
rogation about a bridge iu Manitoba, i
Dr. Pugsley took the occasion to
remark that the necessity for these
harbor works in British Columbia had
been strongly impressed on him by
his colleague, Hon. Mr, Templeman.
may prefer bridge, it is evident that
the majority would prefer the game
of freeze-out.
HOMO.
New Westminster, March 18, 1909.
SI.RVI.4I- GOVERNMENT
WILLING TO MAKE PEACE
..,���....��.  HHMI-M �����������������������������������������
Reply to    Austrian    Note    Said to  Be
Satisfactory and Dual Monarchy
Is  Ready to Disarm.
Belgrade, March IS.���It is understood in diplomatic circles here that
the Servian government is ready to
accept the advice of the powers regarding tlie peaceful  tenor of Its re-
Two Excellent Buys
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good  soil and easily cleared, facing
10 acres ln Coquitlam municipality
good road.      Price $150.00 per acre.
10 acres  in   Burnaby  municipal,  not far from Burnaby lake.
the very best.      Price $200 per acre.
These two properties are certainly good buys.
Boll
J.  J. JOHNSTON.
DUPONT  BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET.
PHONE   169.
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Austria-Hungary is ready to disarm ll
so advised by the uowers.
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The citizens of Seattle  are  taking
the question    of    street -cleaning  up
with vigor In view of the approaching   ^'e '>">' for cash and sell for th
Uaska-Yukon-Paciflc   exposition,   and'
Borne of the suggestions put forward  ry|l-jyy>_r_H3>-_fl��I' -IJJ -'   T
for improvement could be much more    *���**)fc^^*-^6__-__^fe^f��-^-Lg-_^
easily carried out in a city like West-    Yi
minster than the great Sound metron-
oils.
Westminster is proud of its homes,
but here as everywhere we have the
problem Of the vacant lot. Owing
to th.- v.ry generous lines upon which
the Royal City has been laid out, the
number of vacant lots which have
been cleared is unusually large. It is
suggested that the lots could be put
to both practical and ornamental purposes during the present summer by
planting clover or vegetables, or sow*-
ing them with grass seed, and thus
instead of being burdens, would possibly maintain themselves for the taxes and would prove a great asset in
the attractiveness of the city.
Whatever filth has accumulated on
-some of these lots, it could 1..- plowed
und��-r, and Instead of being a nuisance
and a menace to public health, might
become of some vain., as a fertilizer.
The    smaller    residences
.considerable   interest    in
which like other things Is Infectious,-j *W
for where on.- householder does It, al !  eg
do likewise. Natural conditions favor    Aj
city, ami few towns loo*  better   "7*1
during the summer months than this    Ba
one. w'nh   the  gardens   glorlou.   With    4<
roses, and a galaxy of color. , V*J
Let th- owners of lots at least clear ' RJ��
them  up.  and sow   them   with   Mime' SKJ
cheap seed, to 1 me patches of v'' ' C(j
dure I fi��
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First get her answer���then come to Me.
My   Rings for engagements  she   surely should see:
Diamonds and  Rubies, Emeralds���Pearls.
For pleasing the tastes of Westminster girls.
CHAM BERLIN, The Jeweler
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I Big Savingon Men's Working Shirts j
BLUE LAWS IN UNION
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Cream  Parlors Close.
MOST DRASTIC IN STATE 85
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Regulations Bar Persons Under Twen    V^
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CHOICE
'SPRING FOOTWEAI
For Ladies
We want every woman to know about the excellence aud goodness of our new spring shoes,     when the
woman eonies here for sho. . we ,���!. r h(,r __ gueSi.w6rk styles, but the best woman shoes thai tli,
try produces.      OCR SPECIALTY, women's $2.50 to $3.50 fine shoe*,  Patent leathers, etc.
en'tn-
l'oriliind, Marcli 18.���The lowu of
I'tilon. Ore., in Union county, has
passed perhaps the strictest blue law
ordinance on  record   in  the stale.
Hv its provision, minors ore not
allowed to enter anj place whore tobacco is sold. which bars persons under  _l   from  all   the grocery  stores.
on Sundays e,ven Ice cream parlors
mtlSl close, drugstores, liveries, un-
i'.i inking parlors, bakei lea and hole|i
, one    ''ine exempt
A   grip  and  trunk    ....bin-  clans
It, included In the ordlntmc
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Sign'of lhe Big Electric Boot.
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
Extra
Values
for
75c.
90c
and
$1.00
HBK
BIG
SHIRT
THE   BEST  SHIRT   MADE   FOR
THE WORKINGMAN.
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Our stock of Men's  Working Shirts Is complete  in everj   i
draw your special intention t<> Mu-   fact   that   We  We *"''
New Westminster for the famous Hudson Hay Working '���
by reputation have proved the best.     They   are   mad.
l.nglish drill nnd galaiea, are shown   in  plain and      rl
prices io attract the most shrewd buyer.
75c to $2.50
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Valu"
for
$1.25,
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$2.50
PHILLIPS,
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CLOTHIER
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MARCH   19. 1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS,
GRAND SPRING EXPOSITION AT
The Cash Store
We have spared no effort or energy to make this store the very shrine of fash
i0n in this district    Not on y are our goods the acme of moden in       hS
range oi thoroughly, dependabk quality, judiciously purchasedL$d list bul
not least, honestly priced.  Our facilities forbuvin_r areas 0*���,] ��� I    ���
g* _ the West.    We are tied down to no S_^��_S__��_5y We buv
...���,���._ u-i- nease. and more es___i_.1v ��___.-_ ,..- ���_ _i.    1    ,        .'-   ue ��u.
house i" ���   ��� - -���.,*��� * �����" ��w particular manuiacturpr   wv i-m*
ffberewe please, and more especially where we get the best goods .ndL __._
sequence can in many instances undersell the bigger citv stot^ wS are
h8ndicapped in having to pay enormous rents and otter big^expense __11 we
want is a fair and impartial comparison. We have proved our S in t n er
ve;ll, ;nd ��� irow down the gauntlet again. Our big connection andTincreS
trade has been built by giving our best attention and honest valut t ur "f.
runs, rather than by any statements in the press. P
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ELABORATE   DISPLAY   OF
Women's Suits and Coats
I, 1, now universally conceded that the high stage of perfect,on that ready-to-wear garment, have
attained to ensure their being worn by the woman who desire, to look her best. It j. absolutely
impossible to obtain the style m any other way. Our suits are designed by experts Men and
women who. yearly .alary for the product of their brain and ingenuity I, a small fortune. Our
tailored suits and coats this season are more ch.c and prett.er than ever. You are cord.ally in-
vited to inspect them.      They are going very fast.      A word to  the  wise   is   sufficient.
COMPREHENSIVE   SHOWING  OF
Misses' and Children's
Wearables
Never were we so well able to cater
to the wants of the young folks a.-
now. If it is a tailored suit or a
coat, or a sailor.suit, print lawn, or
evening dress, we have it, and just
what you want, and at the proper
price.
Have you seen our Children's Reefers?    Prices $2.25 to $7
Kit arrived  from   Germany the dressiest and swellest line of children's and   misses  co*ts you   could
i possibly look  on.       They  sell  on sight.      Quite a number cf
Pr :ts 	
new   ideas  in   the   styles this  year.
 $2.25 to $7.00
Women's New Sailor Hats,
Children's Galateas, Tams. Etc.
The first showing of women', plain
sailor straws; childten's galateas,
t-n-s. etc.    All  at popular prices.
Some Snaps in Prints, Lawns,
Muslins and Ginghams
REAl INDIGO DYE PRINTS, 10c YD.
Over 50 pieces of dainty wash prints
��"d check ginghams. Prints are navy
ground, with white spot and sprig;
cadet ground with white spot: white
ground with colored polka dot, etc.
Fasl dye and warranted to wash. All
a'. Per yard 10c
D-iNTY NEW DRESS rV.USLlNS AT
10c A YARD.
0<J( 80  Pieces  of   pretty  new mus-
"���s In ���    galaxy  of    designs,  sprig,
polka dot, etc., each one  daln-
th�� other. All  at, yard. .10c
t'er fl j
J���� ^rds Victoria  lawn at 9c
Wl-eh  wide,  nice, fine  quality.
English   long   cloth   at   12
y'rd"'        $1.00
11 wide, fine cambric finish.
c a  'J"  'hC n��edle'      Pri" as a -p.-
e",off<v 12 yards for $1.00
Grand Display of New Prints
and Ginghams at 15c Yd.
Ana you aware that right here in your
own town of Westminster you 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 chambrays, all
at, yard   15c
Pretty Panorama in the
Dress Goods Department
This department is teeming to overflowing with good things properly
priced. We have here material to suit
all tastes and pockets. Beautiful mirage cloths at -10c and 50c; serges 35c
to $1.75: broadcloths 75c to $2.50: p;u
nellas, wool, satins, fauitlnae, etc., at.
$1.00 and $1.25 per yard.
A Special in Black
P. ati de Soie Silk
Fo_ular $1-00 quality for 75c
(���*. nice satin finish in black only
Messrs. Bonnet & Co.'s make; very
suitable for ladies' dresses, coats and
waists.       Per  y.ird 75c
^ Ribbons, New Laces and Embroideries, New Belts
Wat.
1 S^ACE  FOR   INTERESTING   ITEMS.       REMEMBER.   WE   NEVER   ADVERTISE   ANY
A��TICLE   UNLESS  WE CAN  PRODUCE   IT JUST AS ADVERTI SED.
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Pre-Summer Annoyncement
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Cut News
''"' ��� Wanted, for  sale  aud  to
rent ads   ...    ,,,,- classifit���<_, page 2.   **
Th,. Princess Ena will come up to
|  the Frasei   MU     shortly with a load
A -*;'    '��� ������- pear ince is an Invaluable
M ' ��� noi a luxury, but a necessity,
( Ring i    li."-    n | jel us -0,,-vato your
cllMl* ���������    U C ...  Dye Works     **
Th-.   provincial      Anti-Tuberculosis
|so<"'' '���'������  has .   _   . another appeal to
the   municipalities  tor   assistance   In
building the Tranqulile sanatorium.
. ������   '    ������'      il me. tin_ i I  the La-
Everj
**
At the annua -     .
,,. .   V V
ftct rs   were   elecl I
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ta:....   - Phi     . ac_man;   advisor.,   board   \\
_\  ^^^^^^^
la . Comniun atl. ��, re
received and - II i C A\ Munro,
M. 1 .., and Ro i Jai dini. and
acted .i, on. The i , ir state-
men!     .    . ... i       I adopted
- '
.. .1. Murray, vV   B   M. .
PACH PtVK
lege  lav  . .. ni ns.      After a very iu-
ii. i -tint;   program,   In. ��i��rai
 'rs and ���    ���
oung    Ladles ���.. -
������ i  i   served.      A  selection ol  school
pennant*,  made  by  thfc puis,  was o'.
.:i;     . ,   while  tbe refr. shuionis
... v .1       rb'e  p>. a-, i. .   ���. .11 go
. tbe V. W. C   a.
'    Undl r *'���'   auspices of thi    Zepbta"
of St. Stephen's Presbyterian cl
"   r   Wardlai ��� ,tUTV on
S land in the days ol hi . f, ma
Hon on Monday, March 22nd .- eight
P-m.
, croai S p.m., City Hall
11 bod.   hi.
An  Indli :ivi  Henry    Sim   ���
J was commltti    for trial yesterday for
ui: i.   ted j.     having   brok' ���;
I Into and      atered  the   Lj tt. ml   ' I
I; while ii. .'.   vv _icati I con lltlon.
For Brsi    ass cui    "��era and    an}
kind    of work,     tt It: b ini
Davh -' Ore. oho ise.  B208, "*
A large number of \ ouver i
bers ol lh.  I ana llan Ord of Chos   i
Friends ivon              of tl al lodg
vi; terdaj  ��� ,��� ning, *���>li "ii n   ��� �� Ial I
lowed the i  ������ ilar a n the I. O
O. F. hall.
For tabl<   it coral   as au l    n i i In. j
bouqin '      i specialty. Ring up    I Id
the Florist. L8_ *���
Al the ..ii .....1 iv'. ������  .. of th    V\
....   yest. rdaj
ev. i ',,������ s, hack," officers
foi- the yea d as
11.'ti. pr.   Iden!   A. 1
J, li. i;...  ;    I onoi ..I      ��� i i v .
,T. A .\|i>' h. rn ell , ommit tee, J.
H .lv traond, J Qibson, W Russell, K.
\ Suth rlan I, D C, ruck, and W. ��.
McQuarrie      The men   i
which is noi'   ���    ���  ���   I*.   -
erea       to nearlj    Bftj    this -���
Practices wlll start  the firsi  week In
Ma ,.' .        v      used al  Tip-
pernry,    a   ii'��   one     '.Mng  now  in
.   . i consti a tion
For miscellaneous wants and classl-
��� I     al estate ads  see page 2,       **
M   tl of the Kiihi.-n - and many outsiders attended n  very enjoyable en-
nmenl  In tli" gymnasium, given
by t'.     oui     ladies of i 'olumblan col
Death of Thomas Shannon.
Another old-timer has pa__ed awaj
ia the person of Thomas Shannon, iu
his -<\t> sixth year. Mr. Shannon
"iv the pioneer of the Clover valiey,
and        . a   in   failing   health   tor
some months, it betas regarded as a
hopeless    oase during    the lasi   few
weeks, and the .md cam-.* qtiieth   > ��� -
terday.
He  was a  native    of Ireland, ant
came to the   Pacific   coast in istjj.
v.      some  nmo spent in California
lie went mining in the Cariboo.     He
settled at Sumas about 36 years  >
tew years later moved to Clover
dale       ll--   has bad    large  holdings
and  foi in. i Ij   ow nod ne u I -   a
the Cloverdale townsite      He leai   ���
fohi   ".'iv and a daughter, Samui    ll
>.    I'lioiaas  and   .1.   .V.   Siiaiiiio
. ml    Miss    Mai)     I     Sl.*:-; i'i. Foil
brothers of iln* deceased $urviTe, :hr.,.
in liriiish Columbia, WJUhuu at Van-
couver, Samuel at i-buruo and Joseph
al Ctoverdale, and on.- in tli-o middle
west, with a sist.-r ;Us<i thort>, and an
other slater resident in liritish Colum
!,ia.
Tho funeral talit-a places tomorrow
at 11 oVlook from tho n-sidi-non to
the Cemetery al Langley Pratrte, iter,
\lox  Ounii offioiatlng.
FRIDAY   SPECIALS
H. Myddetou Wood, and Thomas A..
Ostler appl;. for a water record of j
three Inches tor domestic and agrlcul-1 ___
Mtural    purposes    trom   an    unnamed '8 P,eces ,n W**l<>* B ish. price $51.00
stream. Bowing through lot 950, New   s l'"v,s in Ml88lon :i'  ��h. leathei
Westminster   llstrlct. ' " cbalr8' Price     ��58-5j
8 pieces iu Solid Oak M     ion nnish.
consisting  of   l   Buffet,   l  Combl-
SEE
WINDOW
lv, : j one Intereste I in lacrosse In
vlted to tin- annual meeting of the
New Westminster club, Cltj Hall, 8
p.m,  tonight. ���*
li. Patterson, general manager ol
the Manitoba government telephone
system, left yesterday for Victoria!
after Bp. ndlng a couple of days in the
city. Mr, Patterson Is spending Bonie
weeks on a holiday trip to the coaBt,
find is accompanied by his daugh
nation Chiffonier, 6 Lieatber-seated
Chairs.     1     ESxtensiOB     Tal'lo    (8
fn i i,  for    $100.00
Tnese are  genuine  bargains.    Call and
investigate.    Everything at lowest pes
sible prices.
W. E. FALES
W. E Fales Is advertising some gen
uine bargains iu dining-room furniture. Call and set* his extensive
stock of goods. I'rit'i-s to suit all e���s
classes of purchasers, Store, corner
of Agnes and McKenzie streets, 11 i
I.   i.iry.
furniture
Cor.
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
Agnes and McKenzie Sts., opp. Librirv.
PHONE   176,   NIGHT CALL 81.
Phone 97
In connection with th. celebi
of tin- jubilee of the landing of the
roya] engineers on April i". 1859, al
city, an endi avor is being made
to arrange for a upper for the fourteen survivors, four of whom live al
Victoria, and the remainder on the
lower mainland.
Follow the want, to rent, lost  and
classified real estate ads. on page ..**
Chief Constable F. Stanley Spain
has resigned from the provincial police departmenl and will shortly take |
up a position in the land registry office at Prince Rupert Intimation has
t.een given by thn attorney-general
tnat the Westminster police office wil
be reduced to a branch of th,- Vancouver office In April, and that OBly
(inn man  will be retained here,
DIED
When you want
GROCERIES
11  C. cronin. largo can 2 for 23r
St. Charles oream, large can, _ torSSo
Jersej cream, large can, 2 tor   ...2r>c
Milk tniuo Ribbon), p.r can  10c
Assorted Jains, regular price 23c toi .
ir     50c
BUTTER,   EGGS,  and   NO.   1.   POTATOES AT LOWEST PRICES.
Adams & Deans
shannon'-March ik, at Cloverdale,
B. C. Tin.ira-  Shannon, a native ol
Ireland, agid 66 >��� ars, The funeral
Will   be  held  nil   Saturday,   the  20th,
leaving the family residence (Cloverdale), al ii am. to the cemetery
at  Murray'   Corn< i
...YOUR...
Spring Suit
lu JOUR mi VSURE
\sit FIT
$17, $18, $20,
$25, $30
i
STYLE   AND  QUALITY   18  OUR
MOTTO
GALVIN
Be Ladies'anil Men's Tailor,
IXTH STREET.
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Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' Asiurance Company, London, England,
t�� not only the oldest accident imur^gc* company in ths world, but
it has become famous for its prtmpt"_nd liberal settlements, a* the
following letter will show:
A. w. McUBOD, Mar(.h ,,   WMi
Agent iiaii��n> Passengers  Ai-Urance Co.,
City.
Dear Sir    Il���g to acknowledge receipt  of check  In  rull   pnvin_il
Of  my  claim lor accident  WhlCh occurred (O m_ in January last th,,,,
playing hockey at Burnaby lake.
Although my claim was only put forward a few days ago, I have
already received b lottlement, and thank you for th.  prompi mantiei
In  which it has been dou.t with.
(8|k'",<1) f, Hi_iriii:\'it\cn
The Railway Passengers' Asturanee Company Insure against acci
dents and slcknes�� of all kinds, their pollolea being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journey or
other hazardous undertaking  let m�� pt.-ire 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 3T. PHONE 62.
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
MARCH
sun
soap
five
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and  follow  directions.
INSAN- ENGLISHMAN KEPT
MAD PARTNER COMPANY
cents a bar
Minority Reporl Presented
On Cnqnitlam Proposal
(Continued  from  Page One.)
Sir, veys had not been  made, and essential data was not available.
Engineers   Report.
At this point the engineers entered
the room with the fruits of their labors in the shape of a report signed
by Messrs. Schuyler, Powell and
Hawkes. A minority report signed
by .Mr. Chipman was appended, which
gave a tentative assent to the majority of the propositions contained
in the majority report, but made specific recommendations regarding precautions to be- taken to keep the water uneontaminated.
Purify Supply.
The main feature of the report were
that the application suould be granted
on condition that the necessary surveys were first mad. and filed, that
the company should build a pipe in
the dam not more than 4 feet in
diameter for New Westminster's water supply, and should deliver them
their water at the same or a gi*^ter
pressure, a.s preferred by the city,
from that which was received. Steps
should be taken by the company to remove any unple-asant taste or vegetable matter from the water. The city
to -be given the sanitary control over
the company's land near the dam and
at the mouth of the Bunt-en lake water tunnel, while a survey of the foundations of the dam must be made and
filed with the executive council for
approval before th. work of building
the dam commences*.
Mr.   Chipmaa's  report   agreed   with
the  former,  save  a_  to that  he  pre
scribed specific methods as to dealing
with the question of purifying the water, and his assent was given tentatively. He explained that he had
not full data and what he had had for
the most part been supplied him that
day.
Dam Safe.
A discussion ensued in which Mr.
Schuyler explained the safety precautions taken. The dam could only
be in danger if struck by a very heavy
freshet when full. Should the water
run over the dam the results would
be disastrous. However, ther,. were
various outlets, and the reservoir
would not be allowed to remain full
when there was danger of extreme
high water.
Apart from this there was the "spillway." which would carry twice as
much water as the heaviest Hood of
which there  was  any  record.      Thus
lie thought there was no danger. Nei-
ther did he think that the water
would be any worse for raising the
dam.
Mr. Chipman said one of the chief
things be wanted 'io know was how
great an acreage would be submerged
if   the dam    were    raised.      Surveys
j should  be  made,    which    would take
i from n week to ten days. He had
been   placed   in  an  awkward position
| for lack  of necessary data.
i Effect on  Boilers.
Mr. Peck deposed that New Westminster  water  had  deteriorated after
i the building of the original dam, but
he thought it was getting a little better. It varied at different times.
Oner- they used it as a standard instead of distilled water.
The sitting was adjourned to March
81, to meet at. 10 a.m., by which time
the surveys required by Mr. Chipman
will iu> ready.
11. !.���
Mysterious Discovery of Two Unfortu
nates in Shack Near Fernie���Survivor Strangely   Afflicted.
>+++++++++++++++++*+*****++**4*
$250 IN PRIZES
Fernie, B. C, March 18.���Two Englishmen were found in a shack near
the Great Northern station yesterday,
one dead and the other in a dying
condition. The first appeared to have
been dead for about two days. Tin-
other is demented and can give no
account of himself or the dead man.
By labels on their baggage they appeared to have left England in February last by the Empress of Britain.
On the bed beside the dead man was
found a purse containing nine sovereigns in English gold, in the vest was
found two English Walthara watches,
four $10 hills and several new suits
of clothes and grips were also found.
Who the dead man is or how he died
remains a mystery. The sick man
was taken to the hospital, where it
was found his feet have been 'badly
f.rozen or some disease affecting them,
as the skin came off on removing his
stockings.
ROYAL RECEPTION.
| Wright   Brothers   To   Be   Honored   on-j
Return   to   States.
Dayton, O., -March 17. -The pro !
posed reception to the Wright broth- -
ers upon  their return  to their native
I city   next  June  will   be   possessed  of I
| national intereet.    President  Win.  11.
I I'aI'l. the secretaries of war and Of th    :
navy,   and   Oov.   Judson   Harmon.   ��.i !
, Ohio, are expected to ,be present, and |
the   celo-rated   aviators   have   pflom-
Ised they will give one of their exhibition flights.
INFORMATION WANTED
ON G. T. P. LOAN
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Foreign Drafts
We sell draf-.s at the lowest rates on all the principal
points in Great Britain, France, C. rniany, Italy and all other
European cinintrle-*, also on all parts of Asia, Africa, Australia,
New Zealand and Mexico.
Bankers' money orders sold, payable at par at auy point
in Canada.
Col��?ct:o_* made at the  lowest   rates.
Ottawa, March 17.���Hon, R. I,. Borden in the house today notified MT.
Fielding that when the resolution in
respect to the ten million-dollar loan
to the Grand Trunk Pacific is brought
uj) the'opposition will expect all correspondence to relation to the matter
and full particulars of the present financial stantling of the company.
Mr   Fielding said that insofar as it
I was  in  its  power    the    government
I woi 'd supply nformation.
Distributed Monthly for
Royal Standard Coupons
Ten persons may win a handsome L09-piece dinner set each month
by using Royal Standard Flour. Each 49-lb. feck contains a nun.
.bored coupon, and each coupon gives you a chance to participate in
the monthly drawing for these splendid prizes.
Gather all .... coupons you can, compare them each month with
the numbers of the prima winn.-rs as they appear in this space. Your
name may be among them at any time. The more coupons you
gather the more chances you ha ve of winning.
The conditions of the contest are few. The duplicate of every coupon placed ln a sack of Hour is deposited in a receptacle and ten
are drawn each month. The ten persons holding the duplicates Of
these numbers as announce'1 In this paper win the prizes. When
you find your number among t ho winners send in your name und
address and the prize will h* bhipped to you prepaid.
Always use Royal standard Flour and save your coupons. Manufactured only by |
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
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HOW TO   OPERATE   a moving picture  machine  at  home.
How to rent or buy a moving picture machine.
How to make big money at entertainments and amusements.
How to obtain position.-  which pay $He per week.
How to become a fini-h.-d operator.
We give instructions that are simple and interesting.
Wc have the newest method o�� teaching by mail.
We send you on receipt of 11.00 complete instruction*!.
Wo teach operators how to pass all examinations
We repre=ent the leading film exchange.
Remittances     to    Independent    Theatrical Exchange,    400-401-03
Burke  Building. Seattle,  Wa-ti.,
Warden School of Operators
"" ,!l **** Homesti
filiations,
Aty available -om_,*0-.,
'��; the n.iiw,y bell .     ;  ������,._!
Ma, 5��ay be homesteadedbvl  C��l
who is the sole head ZTH
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any male over |
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
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ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
a tauiiiy|
extent of one-qu^"^*>���
acres, _-0re or i_S3. tlu" u<
Entry must ������, m .
thei��cai'audo��ic:t;r;,a
*hieh the iand ��� _�� dM
Proxy may, however be ____" '
tain conditions by the father" ^
son, daughter, brother or 2    *.
Intending homesteader. '
,   Th�� homestead... ls requ
form the conditions 00^1
with    under    -,���.    0( the      J
plans-. '<
(1) At least six mumtis' rei ��� j
upon and cultivation of the
each year for three years.
(2) U the father (or mother i
father is deceased), of the
steader resides upon a Iar_ if
vicinity of the land entered far
requirements as to residence n_,
satisfied by such person res;.
the father or mother.
(3) If the ..tuer has hli m
ent residence upon farming 1��_
ed by him in thi ��� Iclnlty of hlii
stead, the requlreraenta as i
Uence may be satisfied by rei
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in wrltin��n
be given to the Commissionero|I
Inlon Lands at Ottawa of intemlo
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal ruining rights tui-j
leased for a period of twrnty<i.ej
at an annual rental of 51 pr |
Not   more   than 2560 acre. i_
lensod to one Individual or comn
A royalty at the rate of fire cei
ton shall be collected on  the
chantable coal m.ne_.
W. W. COltl.j
Deputy of the Mlnl.ter of the rntei
THE HOME        P*
Is   the  Paper That Prints a|
the      Home     N.-w;.
The     Daily    News
10c a  Week
Public Market |
Market  Clerk  D, E. Mackenzie
Open  8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays  7 a. m. to _ p, m.
Pkone  138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
PRASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
Silverdale
Beef,  Mutton. Veal and Pork.
D
avies
&s
on
For up-to-date and  fashionable  millinery and ladies' neckwear go to
Connor and McQuarrie
where the latest creation.- in headgear
can be Been direct from New York
a ml Paris,
261 COLUMBIA STREET.
First-class   Cut    Flowers    and
Pot   Plants.
I_
Monk's  Stall
for
Fisli   and   Came
Mrs. Runacre's Stall
Hotne-Made      Sausages,      Head
Cheese   and   Sausage   Rolls   on
Sale.
Grand Trunk Ry-
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toru;_it.,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centersKlf
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W. VA-X,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Atfent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Mutton
Veal
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairief'Provinces under government
inspection ��ives absolute satisfaction,
SOLD BY
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Graniteware
Just in rived���F''ill and complete stools (.rani-Ware, in all the ver;
newest deBlgns, nnd at the lowest possible prices. Call In and In
sjiect our stock; no trouble to show   nme.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd. [
Trade Marks
Designs
.... Copvrights Ac.
A nrono sending- a ��_et<-li nnd deicrlnl inn m��y
-Snii'iny -.certain pit. or-tnlon free woollier _n
liiv.-tiiif.ii nt probably PWnl_��yV���__mBun__
'   ., .^M.ctiy-.miii.i inl. HANIiHO'.lK en i,i,t,.iit.��
sent lme. Oldest nirpnojr for lecunuB patent*.
I-iitonis taken tlmm-ii Munn & Co ruculv*
tpci-lal notice, without chnrs-o, In lhe
Scientific Hmnmi
A lihml-um-ly Ulumr-ited weekly. Wyont elr-
dolatloo of any sosnuflo journal. 'J'cnna for
CainiJn. *.i.7!) tt year, pmtaga prepaid.   Sold Ity
nil iiowKd-ai.!'**.
&l_<J5_le*h V ��u WMiv-.-i.... n'.c"
Ihe Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, Mew Westminster
PHONE 101. RCH   19, 1909
J._U_ b\lL* NL.YJS
PAftE SEVE.
hDE"
F0R RE�� R,VER
BRIDGE.
,,. addressed to the "��*
^rTid on tbe envoi-
."iwi'i'"
ih"
��� received ut
....-....���a   of
ned   River
the or-
the
i'i
W-       cominlBslonera
"' '" ltl   Railway   until
r*����     ��� the 8th day of April,
'***��* ��Ltructiuii and erecaion
��'the fLrete   bridge  mid
.for
Bteei
and eoncr<
oV'-r
the
Bed river
Boniface,
ur *
I OVI'
submit-
1 leaders must ho   si
pjra :.   with  other
fcs per .ciiem.:, aud for super-
Kttt|ls and profiles maybe
' ,,,, information obtained al
c     the oh ugineei at Ot-
* ,    st.   Boniface,
MADE IJ. CANADA
Friday, March 19,
Stetson's Big Doable Spectacular
Uncle Tom's
Cabin Co.
SUPPLY INDIANS        j
WIIH FREE NETS
BAKING
POWDER
The Barnum of Them ah
-Men, Women aud Children-
Babine    Fishermen    Being
Now Denied Use of Weirs, j
Are Presented With Nets.
-25
Scenic investiture a revelation;  10
spectacular  specialty  sensations,  10;
colored people from the cotton belt;
buck and wing dancing; pack of blood j
hounds; Eva's ascension; hand und orchestra;   popular    prices;    free band
concert twice daily.     Seats now on !
sale at  Ryall's  Drug Store,     Prices !
7,-ic, 50c and 25c.
There are many bakinjj powders but
There is Only One
MAGIC BAKING POWDER
It is Pure, Whol.iome and Economical.
SOLD IN ALL SIZES.
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
.
Qg nre
notified tbat
[i red unless
Irson*
Irs will ' '
1     me torn       "i-"1  ''>' tllL'
���toners, which maybe had on
Kaon* Mr. Hugh D. Lumsden,
....   .ui... and J-
I ... engineer,   St.
Bee. Man.
T, . .... signed und
, by all the parties to the ten-
l-pil witnessed,   u       i   accom-
L|,v an accepted cheque  on  a
ted bank of th   Dominion  ol
i,paya J :;:":'""'
T; Railway, tor
mi Of ,25,001 v si met ure
pa work a. , ��� -   ch dule, and
[ tee] super-
pre and floor.
cheques deposited by the
kluiv tendei Is acct pted will
posited ":i thi ��� " Ml of the Re-
t la as security
leiiu,. -nil faithful performance
] contract according to its terms.
|es deposited by parties whose
i are rejected will be returned
ten lays after the signing of
Jntract.
jrigli'- is reserved to reject any
iidsiaoln ,...6  . .oglcOthe ao
I tenders.   By ordei
P, K RYAN, Secretary.
is: men i |  the Transcon-
fctii'. Railway.
Mat Ottawa 6th March, 1909.
|>; - -      ng    tills  adver-
|     . m authority from the
ners will not | a paid for it.
Spring Goods for
tes and Gentlemen
t' :  material    f"r
���uade costumes nnd suitings has
hived.
parantee a perfet i fit and good
unship.
[ING YUEN
*�� . On Wo & Co.   Block,
na and   Mclnnes   Sts.
Wanted at Once!
100 MEN
ami women to come and Bee the splendid bargains in m.-w and Becond-hand
furniture, as well as many other articles of many kinds, including brooders, incubators, typewriter, Al banjo,
large altohorn, guitar, autoharp, violin, etc., etc. We have Borne splendid walnut parlor furniture, very
cheap. Come and get good value for
your money at
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
Just received���a shipment of new
bicycles.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters,  and   light automatic macnin-
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  en  the Wheel.'
We Ha
ve
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
A.  li.  Vowell, general superintendent of  Indian affairs  for liritish Co- j
I lumbia, yesterday inspected the Squa-1
j mish  Indian   reserves  on  the    North ;
i arm of the Fraser and at North Vari-
j couver.    He found them healthly and
| prosperous.
Mr. Vowell has made an extensive ���
! purchase of  fishing  nets  which    the
Indian department will send north to
j tne Babine Indians in Northern Brit-���
j ish Columbia to enable them to catch1
j fish for their own use, now that fish
I weirs in  northern  streams    are    no '
; longer permitted.   He will sail for the I
north on the Princess May tomorrow
to inspect, the various Indian reserves
I between here and Fort Simpson.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    ,-       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane, V. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business   transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with eorres-tondents in all parts of
the world.
Savings   Bank   Department���Deposits received  in sums of $1   and   upwards, and  interest  allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate.)
Total Assets over $168.000,0.0.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   G.   D.  BRYMNER,   Manager.
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Lawn Grass Seed
AT
RYALL9S
DRUG
STORE
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PHONE 57.
NEW
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FISHERY   CRUISER
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Ottawa, .March 17.���Hon. L. J'. Urn
j deur replying to s question of Ralph
i Smith today said that tenders aio'
j now prepared for a fisherii _ curiser |
I to protect British Columbia fisheries. ,
When tenders were called last year |
, the contracting firms recommended a !
1 change in specifications and it was I
: decided Ii would be net .-ary tn call j
I for new  tenders.
BOWLING   SCHEDULE.
P. O. Box 471.
Tel.
Res. 42?.
Choice   H
ams
18<
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ana    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   370
BOWELL & ODDy. Pr-pn��tor��
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Engines
PALMER
RROS.TWO
AND FOLK
CYCLE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
Tin- .-. hedule for the second series
'Of the business league has now been I
j drawn up, and is as follows:
I    March '.:'���Real Estate vs. Grocers.
March LV���-Grocers vs.  R.  C.  Mills.
i    Marcil 21���Hardware vs. Carpenters
March 2C���Real Estate vs. H'dware.
March ;!0���Carpenters    vs.    R.    C.
; Mills.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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foisthe
tgggrfainftyjl
"   ���' '       catalogue
'''���  '  ' ���      order for
Pcit-c Coast
Tested Seeds
Kanl l;" Supplies, etc.
Cyafents'�� annoy you.
f^tamfumigation, \���
"!s "f custom,...
PU"P"ESS TH_  BUTTON,"
wed��th_rest.
ENry'S
Urseries
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Groct'
Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
*' [tint   Columiei" foaal  V.n.
Strvir.e.
Manuracturers and Dealers m All Kmu
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
.
IIME TABLE
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Um _ miammr
1 1-2 to 2. h p., 2 and 4 cycle.   Best
value on the market. Engines kept In
{stock at
..WewStminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
VANCOUVER    VICTOhIA
ROUTE.
S_   TTl.E   	
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Fraser River Service
Ramona
Will leave New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND  SAT
URDAY.
ut 8 uin., calling nt following points:
Hammond, Haney. Langley, Glen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskln, S ��� rdale, M
Lehman,    Matsqui,    Mission,    liatsU
Dewdney, Nicomen Island, Sumas anc
Chilliwack.    Returning leaves  Chilli
wack tm Wednesday, Friday, and Suo-
day   nt   7  n.m.    ExeclKnt     passenge-1 .-
aooomodatiou.   Lowest Freight rates
WESTERN    STEAMBOAT    60.,   Lt.'   j
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer,
lll.'K WORK SATISFIES
lil K PRICES AK. RIGHT
Rates '"' work of any description Or iiuantity ijuoteil
nn application.
'ses' 3��io w,,tm   "d Seed
**. v!;.neh Nursery-
" Vancouver.
R. Whitmore, Mgr.
New Westmlnsti
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HOUSE
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Cabin,
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CANADri.N'WtiFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
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Empress of  Britain
Empress of   Ireland
Empress of Britain
i ���
i Jackson S Morrison
t
Daily News Block.
!t     New Westminster. Phone 388
^.j..|..;��!��-j"H*^ ���M**I,,I,."l,."Ii'|'af
Edison Theatre
Operative January  1-.
S.S. Princess Victona leaves \au-
:ouur 1.0 p. m., gi'ing direct to Settle duiiy except Monday.
S S. I'liucess Royal leaves Vanfou-
i a. m. for Victoria daily, _x-
eepi Wednesday.
S. S. Princess Charlotte leaves Van-
.uver at 1 V- m. daily for Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
P.S. Trader will leave Victoria fo-
New We.-tm'.nstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leaves Victoria ll  pjn.   1st,   10th
ind .'nth of nacli month for C.ayo.iuot,
VIo3tiuitu Harbor aud way ports; iOth
>I <-uch month for Qu-t-iuo and way
ports; 80th ol each mouth for Aheuv.t,
f i Quaulno, Cape Scott and way ports.
T ,     VANCOUVEht-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
XI S. S. Joan
���J> : L.ave Vancouver 2 p. m. daily, ex-
v ' oepi Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
f ! a.m.
T | ALASKA  ROUTE.
j.       Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
*   March 8th, 1-th, 2*th.
T lORTHERN O. C. ROUTE.
��!    Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver;
Y   March 1-". and 23.
T      Trincess    May    haves    Vancouver
j[.   March Sth, 18th, 28th.
.j- P.  C.  COAST MAIL SERVICE.
T1       ss Queen City or ss. Amur l iavs
Vancouver March l.t!), April 2d.
QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLAND
SERVICE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Ml -eh 83d, April Hd.
OP   ItlVElt.
Beaver���
From New Westmin-*'''' Monday
Wednesday and Ftida.   :' v '-<���m-
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday;
and Saturday at 7 am.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
.    Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.. . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR, AND FEED MERCHANTS.
���RONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone .333.
A little Good Coal
makes a b y, 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, yiakes most htvat,
leaves very Utile ash and costs
no more per ton than poorer
grades. We deliver it to any
part of the city. Full weight
always Teh phone your order
to us.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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Electric Railway Service
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March  26
AprM 9
April 23 :
riellils In :i
tickets   ni
Animated
Pictures    and
Songs.
Illustrated
THE, LATEST   HITS  OF  THE
SEASON.
Winn Bending for
country by buying
office von wil] save money and P
.May.
Call for pnitlculars.
Wellll.-S-
VI in
Man.
EU. QO-fLET,
Agent. |
Program changed Monday,
day nnd Friday.     Special matinee for;
ia_le_ and children, Saturdays at 2:.ij
p.m.
Admission-  10c- Children. 5c
For   reservations    ,vi   miormatton
all or addres.
F.n. t.OT'LET.
Agent, New Westminster.
c. u. FOSTER,
��� sst. Oen. Pass.  Apnnt. Vnncouver.
.1. w. TROUP.
General Sutter4!, ten dent, virtorl*.
Interurban Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and way
stations   will   run  every half
hour   from   5:50   a.  m. Last
car loaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes tor both Sap.
perton and city limits over the
pity   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
oflict on the hour, twenty minute- after, and forty minutes
aft-r, commencing st 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half pa-it snd fifty minutes after
the hoir. commencing at 6:,10
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly be-
: B-een S:30 a. in. nnd 11. p. m.
British Columbia Elect. ic.Ry. Co., Ud
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F. L. KERR, Manag r.
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THE  DAIL?  NEWS.
FRIDAY,
March
19- 1909
A TREMENDOUS
Money-
Saving
ity
THE
PR OOF
Public Supply Store
is simply selling out
their Crockery and
Glassware at a big I
reduction.
THE very fact that there are
more Great Majeitio Malleable and Charcoal Iron Range*
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
i w$y$��   if y��u want any"
thing in this line, t�� > ��� <p >���sons and dam-Mers u_-
: der the home roof a piano or gvaph-
C\V AV7PT. if Vr.ll f_._T_'t     ��phone is the greatest attraction, and
VI CVC11 IX   JUU \A\JIL V,   th- ,aek of on(? Bend_ lhem piSpWhere
��%���* I     ��� "i      to seek entertainment,   We have them
yOU     Will     CeiXainiy  tm easy terma. also sewing machines
1 _ * . for the housewife.
profit by buying!	
from us.   We will ^T^^^
save you money on
our reduced prices.; fa pearson Mlk j,
IIm^I';?!!1        T.hese household necessaries will never
be bought cheaper
or better anywhere
than at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
iSuccessors to T.  Mowbrey
Electric Works)
BANK    OF   COMMERCE   BU-ILOING, j
| Opposite Postoffice,
Dealers in Electrical Machin-!
I ery, fixtures and Supplies
i
i Wiring and House Furnishing, Arma-
I ture wiring and Motor Repairing a
I Specialty.    Phone 381. P. O. Box 928.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW   K. OF   P.   HALL.
Eighth and Agnes Streets.
Houre: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon
! 2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10.   Admls-
I sion 10c,  skates   -He.    On   Saturdays
I 10 to 12, school children    under    12
j will l>c furnished skates for 10c.   Com-
mutarton tickets now on sale.   'Plume
! A 483.
Board of Trade Appoints
Standing Committees
(Continued from Page One.)
Membership���J. S. Clute, \y. Norman Bole, K. C, J. 0. Gamon.
Municipal Affairs���D. S. Curtis, M.
W. Minthorne, F. J. Lynch.
Navigation A- E. White, \v. R.
Gilley, H.  Sebaake.
Roads and Bridges���T. .1. Trapp, II.
\, Belyea, T. It- Pearson.
Transportation���J. A. Cunningham,
���    ii. tu?; iy, C   A. Welsh.
postal Facilities���E. Goulet, H. Ry.
all. .lohn Held.
The president, vice-president and
secretary are members of all committees.
The executive council consists Of
tin- chairmen of eommittevs and president, vice-president and secretary.
C. P. R. and Elevator.
A sub-committee, consisting of W.
R. Gilley, T. .1. Trapp and D. S. Curtis, have bevn dealing with the elevator question, and presented plans of
a proposed e.evator for (he board's
consideration.
Mr. Goulet said W. B. Lanigan, traveling passenger agvnt, was ln the city
on Wednesday and discussed the elevator question at the Pacific coast. He
pointed out that in Vancouver the C.
P, R. had the accommodation for the
freight cars which wen- required to
load an ocean going liner, whereas
there were not tilt? facilities here and
ii was not merely tho railway company, but the ships which determined
the situation of an elevator. So long
las the vessels made Vancouver the
port of cull the elevators must be
there. Th.- C. P. H. did not wish to
j build elevators, but were sometimes
I forced into the business. if an independent elevator was built here, and
the ships called at Westminster, th.
C. P. R. would afford all lh,.. necessary facilities for transporting grain
from Alberta
Mr. Curtis objected that the C. P. R.
had never done anything to build up
this city.
M-scellarieous.
A banquet will be held this year. A.
F. Hale. B. G. Walker and W. C. Cur
tls were elected members of the
board A letter with reference to an
agent being located at Whonnock station on the C. P. It. was referred
to the transportation committee. Mr.
-Cunningham stated that the B. C. E.
i R. officials had the matter of the in-
i terurban fare's under consideration,
��� and would arrange for a meeting with
| the eomnutt- ��� later, as to their atti-
' tude.
WOMEN SHUULD ASK MEN
FOR CERTIFICATE OF PURITY
i Dr.   Hall, of Victoria,  Makes Startling
i     Statements  During   Lecture  Given
in Calgary  Last Week.
Dr.   Hall, of   Victoria,   I).   C,   in ad-
House of Quality
Where the
Saving Is
The reason why "NORTHWAY"
C'othi-tg 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" suit
only  can give.
Cook & Ross
THE  AUCTIONEERS
323  F-ont  St..  Opposite   Market,  New
Westminster,
and   1260   Granville   St.,   Vancouver.
Phould be consulted if you want to
st I' furniture or an auction conducted
Lh.. stuck Implement auction held
every Friday morning on Weutminstei
Mnket;  and  every  Saturday  morning
Otl  Vancouver market.
New cooking stove; 3 wagoni  nearly    new;  1  express    wagon:   1   llorse
, mower (new).
A quantity of new furniture hall
j price. Room 9, Hamley block. K ���-
Ial 323 Fronl streel.   Phone A489
dressing a well attended meeting at
the Calgary Men's Own meeting cm the
subject of "Social Diseases and Their
Consequences," .ast week produced, in
the course of his lecture, som. facts
which were indeed startling. Admitting that the average length of human
life was Increasing owing to Improved
| sanitation and the greater care <>f
'child life, yet humans do not enjoy
J the freedom from disease that they
las heirs of th.- ages, are entitled to.
What i- being done In the canal zone
i'if the United States to check the yellow fever, what :lie- medical profession is doing to chech lin- whit.- plague, the public must do to check the
black or evi] plague.
The speaker Bald thai 60 per cent.
of the deaths in hospitals In British
Columbia wer,. caused by i vll diseases, Half of the deaths in the provincial asylums are from the product
of these terrible diseases,    He  main-
'     led   thai   no   person   who  had   ever
suffered from diseases of this nature
hould ever ask a true woman to 'be
liis wife. It is tin), thai the woman
asked the man for a certificate of purity ln't'ore marrying a man who has
sowed wild oats.
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I X       l_5T*__t_HID
I m       i    1801
Prosperity 1
We have found the phllosopl tone���found a recipe for prosperity.   |>
What Is it? W
-let Busy!!
There are opportunities foi i ,ll(.,lt     opportunities toi   enterprise
J. Eugene Brown & Co. j __
all around you.
We have real estate propo-i 1
Why not Investigate?
Ich will pay handsome dividends.   <>
272 Columbia Street.
mm* F.,J. Hart & Co. Ltd. mm��� \
New Westminster, B. C,
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ATTRACTIVE  AND
SERVICEABLE
LOWLY PRICED.
We mention here a few of the most popular lines
which have found their way into the Dress Goods
Section during the last few days. You may become
better acquainted with the values to be found here by
a personal inspection. Ask to see these new "
They denote the best values procurable.
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Striped Armure and Plain
Armure Cloth
in navy,  brown    cardinal, green and
cream     Per yard  50c
Fancy Striped Foule
in narrow    pattern    Btrlpes,      Colors
navy, brown, cardinal.       Per j.!i<l65c
Fancy Wool Plaids
in dark shadings of brown, green and
navy.      Per yard 60c
New Shades in Cashmeres
a    complete    rang ���    now    In   stock.
Shades  of navy,  brown, green, cardinal,   black,   cream,  etc.      Per  yard
 50c and 65c
Self Stripes in Suitings
42 to 4S inch .-uiiings in tbe popular
colors, medium weights. Shades of
green, navy, brown, cardinal, taupe
grey, black and grey, etc. Per yard
 90c to $1.00
Satin Striped Voile
Black   only   in heavy   weight   narrow
stripes.      Per yard $1.15
Cream Coatings
Such materials as PANAMA, heavy
serge, mohair, Bedford cord, broadcloth, etc., in the proper weights for
spring and summer coats. Per yard
 90c to $1.50
Brocaded Linings
A highly finished coat lining with fancy design on lino body. A most desirable anil serviceable lining in
every respect; 36 inches wide. Per
yard    60c
Special Out Sizes in
Ladies' Skirts
An attractive line of ladles' panama
skirts in Mack and navy, made in 7-9-
ll gored; plain style with fold of
same material. We have had these
skirts made especially to order with
waist measure ranging from 28 inches
to :ni inches: Inlengths from 36 to 42
inches.       Kaeh $7.50 to  $12.50
A Superior Quality Cotton
Table Damask
75c per yard
72-Inch white cotton table damask
with a permanent high llin-n finish
which is guaranteed to launder In per.
feci style. Damask of this grade is
superior to inferior linens. Try a
table length. Von will be well pleased
with it for every-day use.
72 Inch Curtain Net
lust arrived���several pieces of white
\>u,\ colored boblnet or lish net. In
greai demand for curtains of every description.      Per yard 35c to 50c
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New Linen Suitings
Here at last
We make this stati mem ...
the fact that dozens of our customer-
have been Inquiring regarding tli.-ni
from time to time lately, We are
now showing a complete range ol
striped and plain costume linens in
shades of QREEN, BROWN, SKY,
MAUVE, Copenhagen blue and "��� la,
Per yard   35c to 50t
WHITE INDIAN HEAD
Per yard 25c
STRIPED   INDIAN   HEAD
Per yard 35c to 45c
Manchester Galatea
Suitiags
In  stripes.    Shades of brown, green,
fawn and blue.     Per yard 35c
The Millinery Section
ANNOUNCES     THE     DISPLAY     OF
MORE   NEW   HATS
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New  shapes, new  flowers, nev, o na*
ments, straw braids, and other trimmings of every description, h iv<  ���-
rived  sine,- tbe Grand  Milliner.  ''!S-
play.      Those in  charge    bave    ":
busy   turning   out   hats trlmn
Btyles which are models hard to |lis
tlnguiHii   from the expensli
hats.     The adaptation   of   style-
suit your requirements, ths pricing
hats.so that they are within thi  reach
of every purse, are features carefully
'thoughi out and are wlim make our
Millinery Department so popular.
Then again there Is placed befon  >"!'
here nn Immense range of everything
to choose from in the matching ani
making up of hats to your liking-
lect now when you hav-- BUCh cholc
and leave your orders ear''
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. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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