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 EIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHI-_��S & CO.
NEVV WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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ASSURANCE
FEB 2 ^HITErslflLES & CO.
Z&6 ColumbM St.    Phone 85.
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IvkTestikates
now under heview
NEW WESTMINSTER, 15. C., TOTBB-M.   MOVING, FEBRUARY 23, 1909.
V^Ol.lM,  J-l>'
FIVE CENTS PER COP"?
RIOTERS ATTACK
GREEKS IN OMAHA
IHWI*#*ih^^ . : v;:--;:-::-v v
The Seattle Marathon.
iuflCj] Has Begun Their Murderous Assaults and Pil-
( leratlon - Witty Ap- lage Fallow Killing of Po-
Dication Fur Sidewalk. .iceman-Thirty Injured
i in
���ii.mi
ineii .peal  ti long ses-j    Dinah
l-g j��� committee of 'b.^da.,   until
Aid.
far
Seattle, Feb. 22.-Will. R. Chandler, of Van-
I   COttver, won the Marathon race at Madison Park this j
afternoon. Fred Walby, of Portland Y. M. C. A.,
|  came in second.   Burn, of Calgary, came late and
entered a protest.   The track was very muddy.
TWO DIFFERENT PLANS
1 OFG.T.P.-RUPERTWORK
McBride Explains Peculiar
.Methods in House -Night
Sessions Start Today.
HINDU LABORERS
PROTEST TO POLICE
j Large Party Strikes at Fraser
Mills   to  Seek  Advice -
Temporary Settlement.
estimate., AJd. Jardin*a.0ra_ha h_g bepn ^
This followed the regu-
.,.:,���-..        Cily   Treasurer
i nded   and    all  membera
The estimates of the
police, health, Ure and market
re passed, and the watts    commenced    and  ad-
nlher esiiinales will  bo
. vir.'iiy evening
Carnegie Library..
the    library   estimates,
asked   what   would   be
ii  wing   built  on  t'.  the
���ii   the rear,      The
he  could   gel   a   hall'
...   to the city for hous-l      ^^   ^^^^^
 ���,  .....   brought to Uie Douglas county jai
mils.-um.     and   lee- ^^^^
.   .mi lence \\ hlch had
Ijpu Tv-ii    . gentleman wliose name
.,      ive out.
��� i    believe l    it inignt
it propei Ij  arranged,
.   they   thought,   destroy
nl effect     Butter  pro-
made   for new books
Moderate Increases.
.   ��� ���   ���., ill  be  inlot Hied  hi
required alter May   I,
for a   success ir   will I
tillable the public con-
Itlon will be laid over.
: Increase In the Ure
oi new firemen, due to
icing constructed   ia.-t
th    ii\e commttteea
..red   w Ith  1908, are a-
22  -1-n.in poon  vestei
Into last   night,  South i
peiie I i iot ins,
niiii'ili-roiii assault-; and pillage. Greek
residents  were the objects ul'  the at-
| tacks.      More ..ban  30 buildings  have
been  burned, wrecked or badly damaged, an.l probablj a score of persons
Injured,  had'  ilm    number Berlously,
Hi   heroic  work  th,-  police have prevented  actual   I..-- of  lite,
The Immediate cause ol the trouble
was the killing on Friday ol Policeman Edward Lowery by lohn Masur-
edes, a Greek, whom the officer had
placed undei arrest.     Masuredes was
once and, Fearing an attempt to lynch
him, lie was taken Saturday afternoon
to Lincoln and placed In tbe penitentiary to awaii liis In arlllg. A main, leting was held Sunday afternoon to
discuss methods for ridding the citj ol
ilie (Ir, ek8. The speech .��� v.ere calculated to Inflame the more excitable,
who started oui to carry oui the sug-
gesions ..!' the speakers In the mosl
i iiiiini.'iiy manner.
The board of fire and police commissioners ol .Smith Omaha, today
i-sueii a statemeni placing the blame
[for the disastrous riots of yesterday
on thos. -' lv -a: In : i rl al a mass
meeting at which speeches were made
indium ; he iopul��ce to atl ick Greeks
who were demmed objectionable.
Hospital reports reveal thai thirty
persons ure suffering from wounds.
Six  ni ih,-in  are  in  a  serious condl-
: ll   i
SMALL INCINERATOR     CANADIAN INVENTS
URGED IN COUNCIL!    PATENT SHIP BRAKE
Single Cell Burner Can Be Son of   Sir   Alexander La
Built  For Ten  Thousand
Dollars.
!
1908. 1900.
(10,010 |12,030 00
1.7...", 1,830.00
.   . .    6.390 5,785 00
...    1,875 -.117..,"
.   ... 15,239 _ii.riu_.iiu
��            vn   i-  accounted  for by
���   Q' n's Park hall Pr0fi Boni-s
|- ii ned.
��� equlri menl will bi
againsl   |36,700, iln
-,    ��� nting ih*. bulk of Hi.
ii   Queen's  park reser
I
EXPLOHEK IDENTIFIES
ROMAN DISCOVERIES
Excavations     in     Forum
Disclose   Irt'DOrtant   Evidence   of
Bacchanalian   Rites.
Further Information is now avail-
aide with reference to the Inclneratoi
plan! installed at Vancouver, in view
of the proposals of tlie City Council
to deal with this urgent problem.
The incinerator is in charge ol i li ���
city engineer,   and    the   ordering of
refuse destroyed  Is one of the duties  swll
of the health ins,. \ ,ms.   The scaven-     ���������''���
gei    in ������  permitted  lo collei i  one ton   ������
Victoria, 11. C, Feb. 22. After ihe
transaction of formal business, Stuart
Henderson continued the debate adjourned last week in committee on
supply, The speaker attacked the
government with the Inadequate taxation on lands belonging to the R. C
Southern Railway company. Indulging
in ii discussion on local points, Hen-
d. iv ti also complained of the payment
guaranl 1 the Shuswap & Okanagan
railway, and of the sinking fund being
Inscribed as stock,     He also denied
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  t.,.  _i.vernnient    was    entitled  I  H
ci   lii  for the building <>f railways In
Ottawa,    Fob,    22.-  A    companj  of this   irovinee, instancing the extension
Montreal business men has just been ��' ,:'"  E- ���*  N- railway,    which  bad
. .     ,    ,     n,_ been  carried out by the C,  P. It.  to
loriiieii   in   exploit   ii   ship   brake,  the.
[ pr. vent  the G, T. P. getting it He
Invention  of   Louis  Lacoste,  of  Mont  I       (  q))ole-   Qther ,ustance_  ,��� show
, ,i      nn  of     Sir   Mexander Lacoste.  the credil   for railway expansion  was
Tin- Invention   is designed  to  stop  a dm   to the Libera] government al  Ot-
coste Will Offer Discovery
to United States.
el   .n  a  remarkably    short   -,,,.,     The debate on thi     uhjeci was
rn'  time.      Presideni   Roosevelt J adjourned on  motion  hy  ll.  Brewster.
'������I
: Use     ll   ill,
, I	
of r.-fuse tree a week from each house, battn   hip Indiana, 15,000 tons, for the
and  any  amount over und above this; supreme    lest.     The trial    will tak.
i-   dinged    for.    in    consequence of
which    th..    vacant    lots,   and other
places  like back  lanes,    are used us
d.-pii.-itoritI   nl     aiiKiiints     above   one ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ton Ithorlties, it i- possible thai the brak.
The result    ol    the    on days" trial ["will be attached to till  United States
showed that  18.8 tons were destroyed (fighting   vessel--.     Besides    American
naval officers/there will be present at
place  at   the  mouth of  the   Delaware
r ver, .March 20, before a gathering of
ii ival experts.
Should   the  trials  please  these au
every 24 hour.-, or In a working week
of ���'. i-_ days, an average of 53 13 ions.
1 iv cost is about 39.5 cents a ton. Tne
staff consists of ix firemen and two
engineers.
.1. E. W, MacFarlane, consulting engineer, has written to the Council
stating thai he represents Hughes &\
Sterling, of I.op.I.m. and Llverpoo
und that the smallest destructors
made by ihem are two cell destructors,
having a capacltj of thirty ton- in 24
hours. The cost would be about'
|20.000, He Is willing to arrange
for a trial.
Tin- letter will receive the attention
of the health committee, for a further
report.
A   shun   discussion   took   place
the brake tests, navigators from all
over the world and lepresentatlves ol
the big passenger lines.
MANAGEMENT OF FAIR
WILL RECEIVE ATTENTION
i h Coal .Mines act uinendinenl bill
was introduced by Hon   P. ,T. Fulton.
I he third reading of the Club Licencing act   was  pas. ...I
The adjourned debate on the G. T.
i . railway was continued by .lohn
Oliver. It was explained that, the
plan submitted last Friday by Uon. F.
Carter-Cotton was not th..- final plan
..;  the Prince Rupert works.
Premier McBride explained the exls-
of two different plans at consld-
length and stated that in his
o ilnion there had been sufficient provision made for sttwt ends abutting
on   thi    waterfront.
Th,. debate was adjourned to 6
o'clock tomorrow evening, when night
_-��� win  commenc
The  uncommon spectacle of    Borne
.".u Hindu.-, huddled together In the
rain for over an hour yesterday waa
to be seen by all passers through the
Court  House square, mid  the  reason
wus   the   expected    reply   lo   a   deloga*.
tion appointed to interview Provincial
Constable Wilkle, with reference to
the alleged wrongful detention of their
pay by the Hindu overseer, 1'dah
Ram, al the Fraser River .Mills. W.
Myers Cray had been consulted, and
took i he leaders over to the police
o nicer-,
According to the story of a number
who wen- approached ihe overseer,
who Is a Brahmin, and of superior
caste, has an agreement with the mill
owners to furnish labor at so much
i thousand feet as the wood comes
from the sawyers, and b- engages his
countrynv n to work al a dollar a day.
Aboul 200 Hindu- are at the present
lime so employed, the m. n, ranging
from bearded veterans to young fellows    . vv.'ii; .��� or so, have according
r Ki .
:
Rome   i-en
disclosed  to a
_ln- \n
Int. Bl
baulevarding.
ludge Howay asked  fori1
loulevard  a  portion ol: ���
,  ar  liis   resid. nee,   and
.    posts     and   Chains. Lxpj0I.e(.   ,,���.  ,���,,���,,.    .acred    way and
!   lemarked ,hal  ����  by"I identified tw   a   By_antlne-Gothic  fortification   what,  until  no\.,  had  been
I'),,!, .--,,      l'eUli   litis
mi-. ,i numbei of An-
i i, ii ii friends the ���- snli of the
\i n\ i Ions In the forum.     H-
i, mains  ol   th.
mended to protect ihe
viol. d      their   pri-m-
..i'i. n driving right I ")S"'1   "'   '"'
mk-vard-    to  the  houses{?<>*"��* Margarita.
ll Bcovered    und. rneath  a  i "-
hous,. of   the   Republic   period   which
furnishes the mosi lmportani evidence
of Bacchanalian rites,   one room has
of whitewash
I vacated,
id the wo,!, should
in every poi Bible way.
received und  permls-
fame
Eoard of Control of Royal Agricultural
Socety  Meets Tomorrow to Con
stder Manager's Resignation.
\ meet ing to consider the reslgna-
be Cltj Council meeting last evnlng, Hon bv Mayor Keary of his position aj>
Aid. Smith, chairman of the health manager and secretary of the provin-
commlttee.   bringing  attention to  the
lll.lt ;, r
The mayor said the need of a
cell Incinerator was one ol thi
ODFFALO IIOINIi WELL
IN CANADIAN PARKS
j,res-ill!.',  one  could  be  built   for  $10.-j
nun. be thought, and n  was bo urgent ;
thai   the Council should  abandon the
construction   of   additional   accomtno-j
daiion  for police and  public convenience and deal with the destructor
;cial exhibition, and other matters In
connection with the Royal Agrlcul-
Ingle' nii'til und Industrial society, will be
most I held tomorrow afternoon at the city
hull. Those summoned i<i attend are
in. sideni T. J, frapp, <;. D. Brymner,
treasurer; W. R, Gillej-, C. A, Welsn,
L. A. Lewis, N'els Nelson, and .1 ti,
Kennedy, members of the board of
control, wiih T. A, sharp... director of
Remainder     of     Pablo     Herd     to   Be
Shipped   Across  the   Line   Early
in   May.
al
one.     li should be built so thai othei
c.lis could be added.
Aid.   Ad.mis   said   the   Vnleaii   Inm
Works   were  prepared   to   tender for
soon
the agricultural farm. Agasslz, and A.
('.  Well,s vice-president  of the society.
who have been summoned by the pnes-j
Idem In accordance with powers given
by
the  general
��� the supervision of
ml,
' uij Tr.uoles.
Irawn by the school
Wostside school, where
ti carried out by the
damaging several win-
���   wiling  the  ur,. of one
Thej   asked  for the
In lows  in be repaired.
I h'lng the school  hours
letter was seni to the
for  a report.      Aid,
-  ii-  was  unaware  the
'" Avoid  Profanity.
on Allien., street, Sapper-
' I on Page Two.)
ISSian  OFFICIALS
H*D HIGH OLD TIME
Pei '
seven tilfferenl coatings
wiili traces of frescoes and mysterious
Inscriptions nnd symbols.     Tins room
contained    ihlrty-two   sacred earthenware   lamps.    Numerous
and pottery were discovered    Consld-1 was s
ei able surprise hi attached to i he dl ���
emery   is it   pi'ov. s  thai   the  mj stv i
mi Bacchic   rites continued   In Rome
after the celebrnted persecution by the
senati  In 186 B, C . when the Bacchan
alians   were   abolished   und   7000 "foi-
lowers  of   Bacchus  were  Killed.
tb,.  eoii.vnii'twui  ���  I   liiirner
as u was read; last, to assist in dealin
Tii.. inaioi- said arrangements musl   portani matter.
i,(. made to deal with the materia] at
the Incinerator and be did  not  think
li  fair ve bage should continue to be
meeting in December
with this Im
RUSSIA   SWEPT  BY
Winnipeg, Feb. 22.���Howard Douglas, commissioner of Dominion parks,
.n.l Mrs. Douglas, were in the cltj last
week en route lo Ottawa, wher. Mr.
Douglas "ill spend ,i busy fortnight
hi connection with the six parks controlled by the federal government.
Mr. Dmigias mentioned thai the 340
buffalo brought by the gove nment
i from ii.. Pablo i inch in Montana to
Elk l 'land pant, n. a- Lambnt, hi
miles easl of Edmonton, were* doing
extn inely well. Not a single aduli
had been lost during the Ia_l twelve
months. Sixty of the calves born
had lived, so tlr.it al present the number  ui   Elk  island   was   100,      A   few
)Uui  lampg j dumped on Lulu Island while the city
, Ulng the lots,     Then- was land
island
belonging  to  the  city on  the
,,     ,    i , h a structure,
TEHKir-IC SNOWSTORMS: ealv.v had died, bul thai  -in. directly
  due 'o the strenuous rounding up of
Kiev, European    Russia,    Fob. 22.��� the animals and their -hipin.nl to the
Terrible  snowstorms  have    prevailed j park.      Tho  tran ference in  October,
Government   Packing  Plant.
.for lh.. pasl week and 200 miles of
the tracks Of the Southwestern railway  are   blocked.
1907, had occupied six week.-- and during thai time considerable strain had
i.. on   pul  upon  the animals.      In con-
i: iinonioii
government'!
and   a  half
tin
Professor   Bonl  also    discovered  u I thousand
portion of the stucco ceilings of the I,
tor
Fell.       11.
estimates   total   three
millions,     including  fifty
governmenl    pack ini1
Albertai     London.   Feb.  22.-   A  dispatch from j sequence many calves  had been born
Odessa  to a news   bureau    here says I In the depth of winter, -i thing which
basilica  Constantino and
pavement
a    marble
HETTY  GREEN'S DAUGHTER
WILL  MARRY  TODAY
plain
thai   more   than  100  Uvea   have  been
losi iii the biizzani   in southwestern
j Russia  during the  last   three days.
"rsij
lu Vladh
���''���  that
|t City
'��� F.-b. 22���.a dispatch
"'- to a newspaper here
,,v"'"l   high   officials   In
uv ' ""promised in the niis-
,,?""' of government money.
.,    "   Wl""<'"> Beet visit,,! viad-
"UK. the un
cials pocketed tha big
m"n".'     received     from   the
''ll,l- nnd squandered il
won "'"'esses.       Many   of
l,:,ve now lied  to Tokyo
'"i! jewels be seized
In attempts to re-
''" proceeds of the
of
���"-leans for
vaud,   .
Pl
ll
New   York,     Feb.     -..Miss   Sylvia
Green, daughter pl Mrs. Hetty Green,
and Matthew Asior Wilkes, whose en
gagemenl wis recently reported will
bo married here at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning, according to The Wor
today, It was said thai Mr. and Mrs.
Wilkes will depart immediately afti
the ceremony on an automobile trip.
ace conference
Peace Conference in May-
Chicago. Feb. 22.���The second Inter-
ii be held
beginning
menl
_____________ etary
���_________________________���
of ih.. congress,      Delegate
pari-;  of tile chili/ M  world  W'"
attendance.
Westminster Has Equal Chance
Against Vancouver for Elevator
Whether this city will secure the
elevators necessary to ensure the shipping of Alberta grain from a Pacific
consi port, or whether Vancouver wlll
he permitted to capture the coveted
trade, depends entirely upon the activity displayed by the business men of
Westminster on ibis (Question, according to .1. A. Cunningham, who returned on Sunday after spending some
lime in Eastern B. C, following his
attendance at the grain growers conference held in Calgary some weeks
ago,
the News. "The Alberta shippers hav,.
no particular  leaning toward  one or
was  not likely to occur again.
The remainder of the Pablo herd,
300 'ti number, Mr, Douglas expected
would be shipped about the end of
April  or the beginning of  May  next.
NIGHT   SCHOOL  TO TRAIN
BUSY   MEN   FOR   PULPIT
London.    Feb.
Davids, vicar of
22.���The  Rev.  .1.  L.
St. John'-, Stamford
the  other   city,   feeling   satisfied   than Hill,   N.,   has  Initiated   n   scheme  for
the  most  wideawake of the  two  will  giving business    men   an opportunity
make ihe first steps toward annexing  for training for holy orders.
can  get   it   if  the  business   men  will]     , ,ie  vicar's  Idea is  that  men from
the grain export trade. Westminster
get. busy at once and bring the advantages of this place as a shipping port
to the attention of the railway officials, upon whose decision the location of ihe elevators will depend."
Mr. Cunningham wlll be present at
a special meeting of the Board of
Trade on Thursday evening, when he
national |
in   Chicago   for  three days
May 3, according to the ���'im""''"(   il(lI.v i    ������Westminster    stands      an      equallwlll   present   a  lengthy report on   his
tonight   by   II.   L.   Sin >    j\-.ini .nil  chance   with   Vancouver   of   securing! observations    al  the    Calgary confer.
ue [ii j one ur mor,- elevators," remarked Mr, enoe,  having attended as official rtep-
jCunningham yesterday, tn speaking to]resnctatlve of that body.
the age of is upward who are engaged
In business during the day should live
in a hostel or college under his su-
pervUlon and that in the evenings
i h.y should lie educated for the
church. The training in the hostel
will be free and the candidates will
not hive lo bear any of the expenditure necessary at Oxford or Cambridge or theological colleges.
Tin. scheme 1ms been sanctioned by
th. Bishop of l-ondou and the college
Will be Inaugurated soon.
io H' ^^
and  all e.
*"*$
101   i.ern  paid  their due,
iJW.l ���- l)y pea	
ful suasion have ._ * g.Ajftrong
arm of the law is to be tti,.. ' ''Ap
parent ly there are advantages in be-
longing :��. un..ther caste, as when
questioned why more drastic measures
i-f collection were noi taken, each
-hook his bead and murmured "Brahmin." As the mill has been opened
some months It is remarkable they
have stayed bo long without going oi
strike.
li is known that Udah Ram has
wonderful powers of control Over h'*i
country men of which he has made thi
besl  use.
According to his version ol the ,n-
Pair the Hindus are in his debt not
having been working from time to
time and he will not pay over the
money till an adjustment has be.-n
made.
(ill behalf Of the Fraser River Mills,
Manager Rogers promised to assist in
a -et:leni.iit. ami ultimately the men
went away assured their cases would
be considered. The provincial police
regard Hie matter ns one of civil ac-
tion,   which   may   yet  -nsue
RAILS FOR CHILLIWACK LINE
CONE ON BLUE FUNNEL LINER
Three   Thousand   Tons   of   Steel   Ra'ls
Reach Victoria from Liverpool���
Uneventful   Voyage,
Victoria, B. C . Feb, 22.- With a
cargo of 7500 tons oi general' freight
iiiii two-thirds from the United King
dom, the Blue Funnel liner Keemun
arrived today from Liverpool via the
Orient. The bulla of lhe cargo Is foi
British Columbia ports, over half be
Ing for the mainland, Including 8000
toti. steel rails, intended for the Chli
liwnck extension of the B. C. ... R.
road. A strong gale was encountered
al tl).' meridian, but the voyage was
otherwise  uneventful.
Al Singapore the sunken Buekn.iil
steamer Koloma, which was sunk by
gun, from the tori to extinguish a
burning oil cargo, was seen. The
salvage company was engaged in
patching and  raising the steamer.
Banish the Bar.
Winnipeg, Feb. 22.���The Liberal
party of Manitoba will probably adopt
"Banish the Bar" as ,.ne of the chief
plunks <��f theli platform, The Roblin
government is so wetlded to the liquor
Interests a.~ part of tbelr political machine thai there is not much hope of
temperance legislation in that, direction.
Girls as  Ushers.
Seattle, Feb. 22.-  Foil, pretty young
women will act as ushers hereafter at
the Georgetown Presbyterian church
in place of the young men who ha\>-
boeii performing that important duly.
The chang,- goes Into effect n��?xt Sunday, and the whole congregation is
breathlessly awaiting the outcome.
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It the beat -aloe, because it is pure, nutritions and very economical.
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Civic Estimates
4 Wanted -:- Lost -.-Found
for Sale ���:- Io Rent -:- Etc.
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WANTED���Six or -even room cottage
or lions,, in rent; close in. Apply
A.  V. P., Dally  News.
WANTED���A n.Vhoi'si'power engine Inj
good working order.    Walsh Sash .^
Door Factory, New  Westminster,
	
WANTED���Woman to asslsl In board-l
Ing-house.     Wallace, Qegbie streei
TENDERS.
renders wanted for 1 rick lavatory at
Central school, this city. Plaus and
spi -Ideations at the office of W. D.
Goodfellow, architect, Dominion Trust
building. Lowest tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders must be
received by the undersigned noi later
than 1_, noon, of March 2nd, next,
R.   LENNIR
Now Under Review _��
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��� made in canada !  Bank of Montreal
m&   WsCsWP   _. ESTABLISHED 1817. ^M|
Mail Service
WANTED���Two boys to sell papers In
the  morning    before   school on a
salary   basis.    .Apply at the "Daily
News,"   between   12  and   12:110  Saturday morning.
WANTED���Two boom    men at   once.
Apply foienim   Royal  City  Planing
Mills, City.
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westmin ter post office, the hour given in
each case  being the Lour 0f closing, j to the city lighting
which is half an hour, as a rule, be-1 to the Pit! River Lumber Company for
ton, asked tor the grading of the
tore the contemplated sidewalk was laid, The unusual feature
ah ml th application was Ra ending.
Intend of 'be prosaic termination, it
concluded "And your humble petitioners, if forgetful to pray, will be at
Past in a state of mind to .avoid profanity." The board of works will report
Sequel to a Gift.
Soma  '-  teks ago J. T. Maynard pre-1
sented a   ben    pheasant    for Queen's]
park, and the   donor    has   got   Into]
trouble with Provincial dame Warden
Biian   aVlllIams   for  a   breach of  the
gam.- warden's regulations.
The aldermen strongly criticised the
warden and his deputy for Interfering
in a small matter like that, and ear-
casticallj hoped the officials were as
careful in the oase of Chinese and
Japanese  as  in  this case.
The bird  will    be returned accom-
li _ bj   a  letter  from  the Council
ipologlzlng   to   Mr,   Maynard   for   tho
Inconvenience he lias been caused.
Electric  Department.
in   old automatic engine belonging
lain  will be sold
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reserve   ii-ooo.ooo.oo
Branches throughout Canada and Newfound! ln ,
l  New York, Chicago and Spokane, I". s. A   am "illn. En-.
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
lan  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
banking business  transacted.
Letters of Credit  issued, available with   e
the world.
Savings   Bank   Department���Deposits  nice
wants, and Interest  allowed at  3 per cent, per a
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,   Q
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BKYMNER, Ma���ai
E. W. GILLETT CO.
Toronto, Ont.
LTD.
tore the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received daily except Sunday.
The ouly mails dispatched    and    re-
$750, The festoons of globes across
Colum'in street will be discontinued
tn an earlj date. A committee meeting with reference io tlie collapse ol
ceived Sunday are the C. P. R. douthjthe Queen's  park  fountain shade will
and C. P. It. east mails, not Including j ^ held  on Thursday afternoon.
WANTED���Dining-room i
al once Gulchon hotel.
FOUND���Camera.      Owner can  have
same  by proving property and pay-j
lug for thl. advertisement.     Apply
Daily   News  business  office.
the    way   mails,    Sapperton,
A.pply'1 Mills and Coi'iiitlam.
Mails De-patched.
0:00  a.m.   (closed
E*raser| Miscellanea.
Tne   lighting   committee   could   no;
se,-  iis  way   to put  a  light on Tenth
and   London   slreetB   until   there   was
at eleven o'clock!80^  private  lighting,   as  at   present
the   previous   night)"-Vancouver    via j there was no pole line.
WANTED���Small services from  High
School girl iu return for board and
lodging;  must  be  fond of children, j
Apply K. A., News Office.
a.
LOST���Will   the   party   who   took   n!
large   carpenter's   plane   from   Ed-'
inuiid.  street  station  please  return
same to Walker & Peer's real estate
office  Edmunds  station, Burnaby.
MRS. C. C FISHER, ex-pupll of Carl-
lotta Ani Hi. R A. M.. London, En-.
and of O. F. Suns. Mus. Hue, Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
singing and harmony.
WANTED���Hy March 1st, girl tor gen
eral housework Apply Mrs. T. S.
Annandale,  189 Fourth street.
LOST���Gentleman's brown kid glove,
near armouries Finder kindly return to this office.
G. N. R. "Owl." Victoria except Wednesday.
_:'_0 a.in.���Vancouver via li. C. EleC-
i trie railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all U.
FOR SALE���Six lots. 60x1110 each, corner Richmond and Eighth avenue;
$160 each; rash. A. L. Bryant, 1T.2I
Charles street, Vancouver.
TO RENT���On- large furnished bedroom, near library, tuitable for two
Also two small one.. Rent reasonable.   Apply 2S7 Victoria street.
WANTED���A nurse girl; services required from 1 to G p.m. Mrs. Dr.
jones, Royal avenue.
NOTICE.
Consumer-   are   reminded   that   dis-
��� ml will only be allowed on gas bills
thnt are paid at the Company's Office.
131 Columbia street
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
between  New Westminster and Hunt-
iutlou, IJ.O, via C. P. R. south.
8:30 a.m.���Blaiue and Seattle, including all l\ S. points east and south;
also till polnl between New Westminster and Blaine, via G. N. R.
Note.���Cloverdale and district (Clo-
. : Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Alluvia nnd Kensington Prairie) Ha/."1-
P irl Kell , Hall's Prairie and
Nicomekl : .. h j dally except on
S in laj: Claj ton, Mi nd t* . Tues lay,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
and Bon Accord, Wednesdaj and Sat-
Thi o malls are all receivi l
same daj's a- di spatched.
11:00 a.m, Vancouver, Victoria and
('������;.��� .ii Park, via li. C. Electric railway
12:-i p.i SI rawbi rry Hill, Tim-
'. I ".! and South Westminster, by
com       (Tuesday and Fridaj i.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, i,,\ courier
2:00  p.m.���Burquitlam,  by  courier.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham Island and Sunbury, daily
excepi Sunday; Woodward, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via "J. C.
Bruce." (Steveston mail despatched or little
and  received   via  Vancouver.) - little
2:::.' p.m.--Vane.uver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. If. north.
I:no Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
vln B. C. Electric railway. Saturday
an extra mail Is despatched to 71c
toria via Vancouver a* this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via G. N. R.
"Flyer."
2:30 p.m.���C. P. R  east, Sapperton
The ll. ('. Manufacturing Company,
Ltd., wrote with reference to a drain
on the west boundary of the property
on Lulu island belonging to them.
The matter was referred to the Health
und Hoard of Works committees.
Attention will be given lo the library grounds, where persons make a
practice of using th" grass as tracks
to mate short cuts across. The police
will put on the matter.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ri  ., part (30 acres) of the northeast
quarter of section 10, township 19.
New Westminster district,
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1150 F
in ib. name of James Long, has been
filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publb ation hereol
in a daily newspaper published In the
City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
m tde to me in writing
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, li. C. Feb. 3rd, 1000.
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SPECTACLES    GUARANTEED.
OPERA  HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
Feb. 23.���Daniel Sully.
Feb. 27 ���The Burgomaster.
March    1.���Kerry   Oow.
March li.���Stubborn Cinderella.
March 19.- -Uncle Tom's Cabin.
March 24.���Harry Beresford.
April  2.���Marrying  Mary.
April 7.���Blanch Walsh.
April 2S ���The dingerbred Man.
June 10.���Nat  C.'iodwin.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12./*;
uP-
Silver   Watches,   g.nt-'   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,  Grace'
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
wi,
���H- i..i"M"I"I"I"I- 'I"M"I"I"I"M"*t-
PRINTING I
You Will Make
a big mistake if you do not come to
our .-tor-; when you want furniture for
any room in your house, whether It tie
Big
No matter if you Heme only
Money
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,  Do.
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Elc.
{ Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION! j
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining, |a
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephoni.  12. New Westminster'|
I �����o*c*c>*c*o*oo*c*��*o*g*c*c :*o*o*o-k>^ ���cc*o��oec#c*i
you can make it go farther if you coin..
here than if you go anywhere else.
Whatever you want in any line come
here   first.
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
Eraser Mills ami Coquitlam.
in-
It
Mails   Received.
ii: 16 a.m.    Ulalne an.l    Seattle,
cludlni;  all  I S. iniints,  I G.  N
,    -O*!.-
'... i 10:00 a.m.    Strawberry Hill,
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ I... courier t'i '..������-���.lay and Friday).
t X     v -'" ;i������'������   Vancouver   and   (except
X   ThlQ   ie   f/ip I 1 "-!;���'> and Victoria, via B. C. Biei
trie  railway.
2:30 pin.   Burquitlam, by courier.
3:.0 p.m,   Blaine and Seattle,   in-
cludln.r. all U. S. -minis; also all polntt
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.  Elgin
9:30 a m-Vancouver and Victoria,
via Q,  N. It.
��� I    10:00  to  11:00  a.m.   Ladner,  Pori
Guichon, Westham Island anil (Tues-
When you want any kind oi reiialr-
iii.' tlone, such as Rims, umbrella-.
typewriters or any Unlit automatic machinery, go to
Alex. Speck
Columbia St.    "Man  on  the Wheel.
I This is the
I Opportunity I
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Look over Henr; '���  catalogue
and make out your order for
X
Tr.es. plants. Bee Supplies, etc.
N.i windy agent.- to annoy you.
No daman*, f.om fumigation. No
delays ot ens'cms.
YOU "PRESS THE   BUTTON."
WE DO THE  REST.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
i
Tested   Seeds ���_lJ:,y' Thuraday and Saturday��   Wood
ward. \ii steamer Fa VOU t ite, (St...
ton despatched ami received via Van
couver.)
12:30 to i p.m. c P, u. east,
Bapperton, Fraser Mill,, and Coqult.
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Centra] i\ni.
and Eraser Ann.
7:00 p.m.���Sumas   an    - . ���
eluding all 1". S. polo'"- unit ��� n-.ui   :,...
tween Huntingdon and New Westmin.
iter, via C
Mills
WHEN  GOING EAST
VSK   THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND -YOU OVBR
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Train .  Every  Daiy in the VeAT
BETWEEN
inneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
DlK'.WIIKh SATISFIES
OUR PUCES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
4.
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NOTICE.
Foreign  Drafts
We sell   drat's al the   lowest   rate��   on al
points in c.r.'at Britain, Franc..  Germany,   Italy
European countries, also or. all parts ol A-ia.  \i  ... '
New  Zealand and  Mexico.
Bankers'   money  orders  sold,  payable at   par al ai
in Canada
Collections made at the  lowest   rates.
Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
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THE TRAIN OF FAMK
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.
Emli-ilt.- the newest and best Ideas
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity and Kas; the most brilliantly illuminated train in the world. The
-qulpment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section sleep-
��� ��� .    luxurious dining  car,    reclining
Offices,  Greenhouses  and   Seed
houses, 3010 Westminster  Road,
Vancouver, B.C. Branch Nursery,  t
��� South Vancouver. t
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P.  It. -nutli;  also Eraser  ,|lilir Mrs   (seats   free),   modern  day
coachei and buffet, library and .-rack-
  ��� Inn care.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or nny
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
780 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wa.h.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
Take notice thai 1, C. W. Preston,
OI Vancouver, L. C, farmer, Intend to
apply to tha Honorable Clile! Commls. I
lonei "f Land* and Works for a
twenty-one year {-razing lease on the
tollowlng described latul: Commencing at a post on the east   shore   ot
1 '.and,   Port   Simpson   district,
about a mil" .-cuih of the mouth   of
Lak. k,  thence west acrosa    the
island to the shore, thence following
the bore northerly, easterly atad
aouthei ;��� to the polnl of comiiiei-ci-
ni.'i-t.
2 lee -Zayas island. Port
Sine,si,a it. : i tartlng at a post at
the southeast corner of No. l lease,
thence west aero-- iho Island to the
shore, thence following the shore
southerly, easterly and northely
around to the point of commencement,
C. W. PRESTON.
.Ian. 88, 100D.
Eastertrook Milling Company.
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR!
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel   . . $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.00   "     "
MrQli_-rr_.>fcfn  >wk ani, m:.. m-^
FRONT STREET New Westminster. Telephoni*!
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Tradc Marks
Ociiioni
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An-ono iflnaipg . nkpirh lnrt iip,Printlon miiT
Hntc-I�� iunertnln one opinion frue wdmlior an
ln-witlnn is proM.la. puantih__ '."ommunlca.
-lr>n_afrlotlj-nr.nfl,lt.,itl,u. HAHDBdOK on l>ut.nt_
���ent free. Olrtcat iipi.nra for mwnrlinr patenu.
1-M.Miti u_on tnr.._,ri. Munn 4Co, reoelfi
sptctalnolirt, without oh���ri,o, ln th��      "���""
Scientific American.
A hsn.nomely Uliimnit,. wi-,,kIt,   Lunrwit otr-
roiUtlon of ��nr idonnnn j,,.,,.,",.    tSI^. for
A Little Good
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of poor cai sends ..ut w
at all.   It Is economical w  i
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our coal, beciinso   it '��   ^
as- anil t0!'J,
goes farthest, makes most
leaves very little
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part of  Die city.    '""..^
no more per
grades.    Wa .l""^1
always
to us.
Telephone
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd_
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
I illard block. New Westminster, B C
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rat'
AT THE
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Of Application for Wharf ana  Marine
Slip Site on the North Arm of the
Fraser River at New Westminster.
B. C.
tlee Is he-  ,     ���    *   thai   1  fit.
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"Water Clauses Consolidation New Spring Goods
Act 1897 and Amending
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Vancouver   Power   Co.. Ltd.
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northerly     and   Notic<" of Application for Further Cer
point Ol     commenci tificate   of   Approval.
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PRESTON
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suits mn,le 10 ordi       Pi  fi -
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HEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P.  0.   Box  634. New  WeslmliiMpr.
... ,t.   Windior Hot.
Notice Is
an
ln-i. mbi r, 190!. that, two woi .,
1,1.1,,' application  will  be  made
|NTEE       BOUNTY     ACT.    i908
' 0  PURCHASERS.
of thi   rlgbi of ���_
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Pr;" bi   bj  waj  ol ap-
��� it, and musl be
:' 'vide, by the Act.
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. which provides thai
I I    right of a vol-
ipolntmenl ol a Bub-
"il or recognized
nt     of   the   Interior
18 not executed and dated after
|ate of ,h�� warrant for the land;
ls  " till   Minister nl Milltl'i
ot the volunteer.
��������� W. '"ri-.wv.w,
loner of Dominion
Lands. Ottawa.
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to the notice ol the _t\i daj  ul
IIII el
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   wlii 11
application la made In pursuance to
ih.- notice of ihi 1 aid iIth daj ol i'1
' eeniber,   1908,   '.'I    B   In It ll�� v    eei I illeil I.
..I approval (to be Includi J lo thi one
certificate ol approval) of Ita furthei
undertaking In the matter of tha con
il ruction ..ud op. i al Ion ol .. Ingle ...
double track tramway from .1 polnl
ai or near the New Westminster Juno
tion 01 the c tnadlan Pacific rallwa)
where the branch line to the City ol
N.W Westminster branches off to the
City of New Westminster to 0 i""1"
at or near the southerly end ol Lake
Coquitlam, with the m ceBsai > Ids
tracks and turnouts and branches loi
th.. passage -.f cars, teams, oarrlagi
ami   olher vehicles     adapt. .1     lo    the
same and <o build bridges nnd exerci e
any of the powers n.i Het. forih In   '
Hon ur. ol the Winer Clauses Con oil
ilaiiou   Act,    1897,   With   anion:.!     'll(
other powers the power to take, Iran
fer  ami   i arr>     pa". iCngerB    and
minerals and frelghl upon the l
way by the force or power of animal
jor such steam, electric, water or otn
motive power as Um Conipuny may
deem expedient
And upon  such application ���
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
\'_W    *   OF P. HALL.
Eujlitn  an..  Agnes  Streets.
11,, 1     Morning, 10 to IU] afti noon
3.30 |,   ,. evening, i   10 to 10,    ,     1
...iie .  .'.      On   B il ird
in t0 i.',   , bool children    under   lii
RUTH    WHITE
'Willie"   .11   ''Ilie   BU-0Omatttf-.'
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the
fully
^*__"C STEAMSHIPS
f��r friends in the old I usual and necessary power
1 1 kei     :.t    this and effectually carry oui    the
noney and prevent  proposed further undertaking  -v
applied for.
Dated at the City of Vim-
th.. Province of British Co
-������h day of January, A.D  ;
VANCOUVER POWER CO.. t-TC
-1]]   0 f_i i,; hi <1 skats   for 10c    < om
munition tickets now on sale.   'Phone
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J. HENLEY
Manufactnrer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters
Family trade _  specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight stre*t
NEW   WESTMIN&TER.   B.   C.
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HOW  TO   OPKRATEl   a   moving   plcluri   inachlu    al   bom..
Hon to ."ii1 oi btij -. moviii- picture ttnu bine
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li'.v,  to obtain po Itlohs Which pm J3ii p,.i -.--  1
How to become a finished opetatbr.
We glv_ inetnibtlons that ire aithpli an.  	
We hate the net ���-������ ttieth_dl 9! leaching bj Until.
We seti'i yon on ��� celpl of ?i.un boWiilete Inslrtlfctlofll
We t-fteh open  how tb jiaSi all esattilhtltldhs
We represenl ihe l**adlh_ Him .xeliahge
Remlttafloes    Id    IndepetillBfli    Thlairi.al  _jchanjte,    iod 101 H
Burke Sulldlng, Sentlle,  Wa '<
Warden School of Operators
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P. 1..  RYAN,
Seci. I
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'inentnl Railway.
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY. FE
BRIJARY
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company. Limited, at their offices,
corner of Sixth and Front streets, New
Westminster, B, C.
TUESDAY,  FEBRUARY   23. 1909.
THE  WHITE  MAN'S  BURDEN.
that men are good and desirous of
good. Lei evil be performed on the
..pen street, and every commonest ragamuffin of the gutter will perceive
and resent it.
And it id based, loo, upon a knowledge of the real strength of the right.
..'hen the fact fairly meets the false-
he od the latter i. forceless. Truth ever
ni imphs, Right is regnant, and needs
lull tin sunlight to reveal hei crown,
������.jusi 0. flies with tho dawn.
Tile greatest patriot is he who turns
mi the light, revealing national facts
a liey are. All we need fear is ignor-j
an".. This removed, we may rest assured Pat an enlightened people may
saf ���!> he trusted with the wise settlement of m'.'onal affairs. The common
people. :-o c. lied, are wise beyond . r
recognition Social salvation doe. no,
d"|i. nl upon the schemes of social re-
lonii'.i" I ni upon the enlightenment of
the gr.-at, common humanity, out ot
whose  collective  wisdom  and  willing
"GET THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL  TODAY,
Framed Pictures
1Qc
nf
EACH
l'he repon of the Department of Indian Affairs for the year ending March
31, 1908, which has neon issued as a
sessional paper, contains much Interesting reading, and .shows the progress
which is being made with the Improvement of the aborigines throughout the
I loinUlioil.
The steady decease of the natives
in Canada in spite of all the legislative
efforts   which   have   been   devised   to I
better   the   Condition  Of the   people   is   WILL DO BATTLE
again noted, and the statistic.-- show a
decrease of 140 in  tne comparison of
births and death-.
The tii'M   effects  of  contact     with
The  Fair
240 Columbia Street.
"The Big Store."
N. B.���See our Brush window.
1*13 OPtRA HOUSE
Tuesday,   Feb.  23.
The Eminent Comedian,
Mr. Daniel Sully
In   his   Successful  Comedy
���THE���
Matchmaker
Westminster  Opera H
E.XTRA   SPECIAL!
ouse
ONE  .a't-R-fY   MUSICAL  NIG ���
Saturday, February 27,
Ue im n  of 11 a. year's big I .
I
TheB
urgomasfer
is IT POSSIBLE,
WHY, THE IDEA!
RUTH WHITE
BY   JERROLD   SHEPARD
TENDERS WANTED.
���ED l'i.'tii'.|,;
shall come the new era of justice
brotherhood.
and
WITH   POWDER  TRUST
.civilisation   do   not   fully   explain   this
San -'ranclsco, Feb. 22.���"Jacked   ...
the interests headed  by Senator Win.
heavy mortality of a death rate nearly
white   rate   in
twice as  henv.i   as  tli
the   Domlnon   because   the   statistics
upon  which   the  conclusion  is   baaed
ne gathered among Indians who have
b.-en under the Influences of civilisation sufficiently long to have overcome
in   great   measure   the   early   inimical
conditions.   The departmental officials
attribute  this heavy  rate  to  the  pre-j
ralence  of   tuberculosis in   the   race,;
which causes aboul  10 per c.-nt. of the
premature deaths.
To combat this dread disease the
efforts of the department have been
directed towards improving the mode
Of liC- calculated to raise the vital
powers, and reduce the tendency to
infection. The greatest risk comes
from over-crowding into ill-ventilated
buildings, howevei on the whole the
agents report a general amelioration of
ihe circumstances of the Indians.
_grlculture plays a very important |
part in the sustenance of the native
and throughout British Columbia we
are glad to notice the aggregate value
if the crop- was something like ?16.-
000 more than the preceding year
��� hough the ���- eoson was ' ackward,
The drunkenness of the'Indian Is
becoming a thing of the past, and
there i.- a growing temperance sentiment among those to whom nccess to
alcohol is easy, or have the temptation thrust upon 'Vein, the latter as
the   large   profll        crulng   from   the
��� ontraband   trade   offer, a strong Incentive  tO  Unscrupulous  dealers.
The   progiess   In   the   fraser   ttlver
-gene*,   under  the   ible   management
of It. C. McDonald Is modestly set out
n uu- volume, and the celebrated St.
Mary's   Mission al   Mission City owes
much to his encouragement, a litting
tribute  being  paid   by  the   principal.
As   we   know,   farming,   fishing,  and
hop-picking  afford   the   chief   occupations of the van,,us bands possessing
���v-Tve- in the district, and a few tind
employment   as   section   men   on   the
C.  P,  K.
All the Indians of this agency belong to the Sali.-a nation, and number
2850. The live schools of the agency
were well attended, and the genera
health of the pupils good.
The country owes a huge debt to
"he Indian in dispossessing him of the'
inheritance of his fathers, and every
cenl -p-iit In repaying that obligation
��� md bettering his condition la money
wen laid out.
[A, Clark of Montana, a powder manufacturing   company,   beginning   opi ra
I tion with ;i capital of ?3,000,000, will
shortly  erect a  plant   In  one  of  the
! i.ay couties and engage in active competition with the powder trust, according to a statement made in this
|city today. Associated in the enterprise, it Is said, will be John Berming-
i ham,   formerly   general   manager    of
j the Dupont Numours Powder company
.1 A, Folger, head of a local mercantile concern and former State Senator
C.  M. Belshaw.
Cariboo   is   Rich.
That there are vast undeveloped resources in the Interior of British Columbia which wlll never be worth the
cost of mining until ralway connections ar(- established, is ll pinion of
J. P. Murphy, cattle rancher of the
One Hundred and Forty-One-MUe
House, Cariboo. A million and a
quarter dollars worth of gold was obtained from the Bullion mine, saj -
Mr.   Murphy,  in  one year,  but   at   a
Tenders will be received by ihe undersigned up to March 5th, ut 5 p.m.
for numbering all the houses in the
city, the numbering to be done on the
block system. Tenderers to submit j
samples of figures to lie used, and to
state time for completion of the work.
Tin- lowest or any tender not necessarily   accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
City   Hall,   New     Westminster, Feb.
18, 1909.
A prettj
laughs.
story of romance with manyl
Second Season   of  Success. | j
Prices 25c to $1.50.
NOTICE.
NOTICE  ls   hereby given  that  the
Vancouver Power Company,  Limited,
has  this day deposited In tbe    Land.
Registry  Office  in  the  City  of  New \
Westminster,    British   Columbia, the
plan   and   book   of    reference    of  its
Westnilnster-Chllllwack Railway from|
the  town of  Huntingdon  to the City
of   Chilliwack,   passing    through  the
I municipalities   of   Sumas   and   Chill-
wack   and   tlie   town   of   Huntingdon
ami the city of Chilliwack, being sec-
t'ons four (4) and five t,".) of tbe said
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       railway  I   shown   on   the  said   plan
monds   station  and  Royal  Oak  road,  and  approved  by  the Chief C-tmnis-
and iiOO yards between Royal oak roail i sioner of Lamia   and Works  for  the
and Central Park.     Tenders will also' Province  of British  Columbia.
be   received     for   .".on    yard.-   on   the-!     Dated   this     12th   day   of  January,
Hastings    road    between      Lakeview j 1909.
 I HAR"Y  HE.MS-.aj
And Bame big company of over HA._.   \ ic vii
eluding  thai   spick,  span   saucy, bewitching
Chorus of Kangaroo Girls.
SPECIAL���I have guaranteed this attraction six  . ,.   J
will offer it at a special acale of    prices      I ,.    ., _
jl.00;  balcony, $i.-"�� and 75c; gallery, 50c, in   i
body may  benefit by ."hi.-, wonderful    theatrli . ,.        .
will not rf"Bg up until '���' o'clock p.m.     Seal
___?P_7i__g_-
MUNICIPALITY    OF    BURNABY.     |
Tenders will be received for the delivery of 500 yards of rock of not more
than 8 inches in diameter on the Vancouver-Westminster road between Ed-
school house and Deer lake crei k. The
rocks are to be placed on the boulevard in lots of not less than 100 yards
where directed by the board of works.
Tenders  to be at  the Municipal hall,
Burnaby, not later than 4 p.m. on Friday. February 26th, 1909, and io quot,
price per cubic yard.     Lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C,
P O. Drawer 10,
New Westmnister, B.C.
^^^^H A. E. BECK,
So.ieitor  for  Vancouver  Power Com-,
pany, Limited.
Fourth Avenue and Man.i stitu
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   $1   per day  up,
Room  and  board $2.50 per -_/ufil
F-oom  with  bath  $ ��� day A
Room with bath an! board Jlpaaj
All outside roi . :.:
rater, steam In i tance
pfloiM. 'Bus nn el ��� i
CARLETON GILB      ::?|
APPLICATIONS WANTED.
Applications for the position of Cit>
Engineer for the City of New Westminster will be received by the undersigned up to March 1, at ". j.. m.
Applicants to state salary required',
and  references as  to abllltj   and ex-
CHOICE BEEF
���  ���- ���, - -.,, ������   i         _���,_,, .
Fresh Pbrk. Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
cost   of  ti  million  and  a half dollar.-, j... ���	
The country Is exceptionally rich, but j MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public perlence in  municipal  work.
lacks  the  facilities  neessary to maki
the minerals valuable.
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning  Paper
W. A. DUNCAN City
City Hall,  Feb. 1fi, 1909.
Pacific Meat Market
li3C?i3C?rJsCJi~/��Ji /i
_0__SES___���-_
00 Worth
m
PUBLICITY.
of Children's
Shoes opened
up this week.
We' have unpacked the largest consignment of Children s Shoes
that ever eamej_3
Phone 192
HCHENEMY. &; ANflOSON      Columbia!
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I VV. C. CHAMBER LIN
{ COLUMBIA   STR_LT,    NEW WESTMINSTER
X        Sole-agent for the Longlnea-and Hamilton Watch Woven
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WATCH REPAIRS.
Have you a watch that is giving you tn i B
so bring the watch to us and we will put it i - ,l
order, ami make it NOT ONLY RUN but ai^KEg
ACCURATE TIME!
The Jewe!��|
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CLOTHIER
PHILLIPS,
hM        ^ ^ ��� ^        tnat* ever ranie��r ^.m.^-'^-^ wa ���
fijto  hand���Children's  Shoes of every  description. SB] Remarkable Values ot
&| OXFORD   SLIPPERS,   LACE    BLUCHERS    and 031 -.__._-..-
Qj BUTTON, in Black, Brown, White and Tan.    We g j ���
fG control the agencies for the best line of Children's CQ _
Men's Odd Pants
$3.75 and $4.00 Values for $3.00.
th.- coming ol a new method of set-j
���ur.;  right   the  wr mi -  of the world, i
and   Btralgluenli     out   the    crooked
ih'ums.    Great   ai i   thi     tr> ngth  and'
the significance ot puollclty.
Light is the servant of right.  Right
simply   another   name   for    social
.nltli.   Wronp;   is   the   til.normal   and
ihhealthy.   Health   is   a   child   of   thej
ep< a.   it , vpau.is and deyelopi In the i
Hinllgni and tbe open air.   And social I
fife shall  becora.   mosl  healthy when
mosi  the li'-lit ol  truth is -bed upon
It,    It  has  nothing so much to feai-
iis the darknc'iR, or the half-revealed.|
Let   the  whole  truth  be  known,  and
normal  life shall a*_ert    itself    and
vindicate Its clalmi.
What thi-. or an> oiher country
iro-t needs is thi ri velation of the
f,ll facta, Anything l.-ss than tins
Is bound to be Insuffllclent, Danger
furk- ever in the darkness and wherc-
.. r darkne.s rea aim there is certain
��� . in- danger.
The pubUcltj cure la based upon a
si -tl" ili.-eei'iinieiii of the real character o! human nature.    It  |_ perceived
Ki
choice of  the
celebrated
"Nature-Shaped'*
Up-to-Date Shots;
$1500
WORTH.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot
House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARQE8T   8HOE   HOU8E   IN B. C.
Th   i- 11..ii
pantlnga. 	
iiie.K ami   tripe pattern ���  al-'
use an exiin pair of. Iron
it  Is;   |8.7B   and  $t.n0   vt-lues
��� i   are  nitric rrom   he  finest  Scotch ,w'
Coming in brown, t ,hl and dark gn
plain   navy   serge
I'-*-
H
d if you want a genuiu.
or  	
50c Buys Odd Pants, Extra Good Value at 50c-
We hav
in. I a limited number at thla price.
strong Halifax tweed, -just the proper kind for
Th '':    _,�����
-,'.,      ��� ":
in ilaiK ooloringi of grey, brown, pepper and salt
che.i, patterns,     sites 21  to 83.      While they last at '     ; '#
pric-  	
$1.50 Sweaters for $1.00.
These are made of good, Btrottg Canadian  yarn elastli   ""''      plt
collar In plain, navy only.      Th, "       '       '" "'
Regular 11.60, for
are five  dozen onlj
THE WARDROti
CLOTHIER
^^^^^^^^^^^       209-211 COLUMBIA ST.
PHILLIPS,
ADVERTISE IN THE NE*
11 **�����*. JE^AY
,EBRUARY  25.  1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
T _C :'  FiVK
The C-isti 5iures
T. H. Smith
The Cash Stores
���   ������   ��*   MO'M-aM   ������  **  **   **   **   ������   ������
Special Showing of
New Chic Ladies' Waists
..:���_ a  special  dlsplaj   of   moderat.        .    .   waist-
are three special   priced   lots      a     ������   vocommana.
n white, lawn and muslin   fancy    st percales,  tic.
���.,.,_ an    substantially m-ade   in the newest   styles.   Long
.eeV( colored  waists are  particularly  natty,  having *__e  new
fill<) ���  with detachable linen  collar and    tailored   cuff.      The
law]    | In waists are daintily  trimmed  with   .....  laci   and em-
brt   . Three lots.
Prices $1.00, 51.50 and $1.75.
First Showing of
New Spring Coats
���;       tic daily fin.,- rang   ol v .\  1909 coal   :'
-,',, so large and the style .-.. varied that w< .anno; adeqn . ���
bem here      They are    on    view  In    the    ready-to-weai
.-
Prices $5.00, $8.50, $10.00 to $25.00.
A    MAGNIFICENT    RANGE    OF
New Dress Goods
at $1.00 per Yard
tt . exceptionally nic. line of nev, dress goods.   Color.-: Green,
r.,..       iwn and red.      Material v fine mirage cloth wiih varied -��� it
,i inches wide.
On sale at $1.00 per yard.
REPRESENTATIVE   SHOWING   OF
New Prints and Ginghams
v md zephj     In every com
design and   coloring, and all al om  15c
are Crams' famous make,    itamped, and  are    shown  in a
of absolutelj   new  designs        The    ginghams,   zephyrs    and
lys have to be personally inspected, so varied are they.    Sei
our . -��� window -how. all at   15c
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
iCiTY News;
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4  ������   >>e����'l)iM-l��<*-����i'"��*Jr*+   *"*  ������  ������  ������  ����<.����� a M<H
~���n Special!      Special!
"������       :-!-'���  Sli   YOUR   RKDROOM   TOR
.oo
._ | In a large con-
- - - - | - oi:!. y Brothers
omcll   oi     the   Royal
...   moe comml ���
���-.--��� .   today.      They   -
contin .,.,   and  tomor
row. -..:nt-ring wil! b.   :.���
Wednesdi ning  in  honor of  thi
.   ���
A -.   . .. -j an Invaloabl.
ry, bat a necessltj
Ring ,;.   B27S an . let us renovate your
��� ith :.- -,  Dy�� Works     M
l :, I.     the  i        ,   ���   , t   the  Beulah
. xo   :.. i. O. O. F, a
���   -;   .      :.-.-..,.      wa.-     held   at   St.
G or._. -   hai    yesterdaj   evening, the
��� I- I fn m the sale of tickled  to   I v.    Od :'���' llOWS
tai I e "B. C." and "Old
Sport'     cigars.      The    old    reliable
:   ::_s. ���*
Nick  Sa villa,    tl e    Italian chargi I
v ng, appeared
on i.;- Honoi J idg i loway yesti r-
laj and elected o take spi i dy ti lai,
which  was  Used tor Tuesday next
iis
-
AND  I ':*
to thi. city. ,-. , , ��   .  ,
.-.        - .   '      *"?? '\\r"p   * ?***< : P��  Ur lace ci
��� ������ L spring, 1 ;  gheet-   l pair   Man.
, .   ",:;v    l   pa ..  c��s����    i    table     1    .-hair     1   rod
and  ���.   nun_b< .    . ��� , . .....    mm     i    - _-_
��� --��� t and -���	
* ,;'.ed hi tn,.  vocal
��� '.   -
\n amusing   ������
v *>'���     was productive of n   ���
'    "- '   ���,i;'MJEK-SBUVk.vn.rMBlAsT..XowW'o,t,raMo,-.|B.C.
.... ��� ,.,,,������,. ,-. ..... Opposite Lome Street   Phone 53.
Vrthur   Caj _______________________ __ _	
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
fi    Rose -"��
naval oranges *
l O
5
'������   .���    leni   of  Por
 as bi oughi  to thi   R    ...
yes erdaj
s." in a cut en tht  hi ad sus
Inned undi
... He
sa  st.,,   > .   piogress
.^^���^���-���������^x**"***-**** _ ��� >��K-^>r^^*v-N*o-K^^\>^*.>oa.-N^>oa.\K-.
Easy Terms
.  v .   a.,
ood   .   ��� ���   on cl
.. r  llm      Pi re   $.500      Perms   $100
cash   balance  on  monthlj   payments
est 8 per c*ni      MOVE quick
Havana  cigars of   exclusli
.    ��� .,..   uati,    ;.... le  bj   th
:        I lew '.,
*
EARTHQUAKES   DRIVE
PEOPLE   FROM   MASS
Dominion Trust Co. I
T. R   PEARSON   M8r.
Rose  _-  Ca i    orangi s   are
fines!  grown in California,
:':���.���
Columbian college Rugby team will
meet Canfield's picked fifteen at
Moodj squan at i o'clock this afternoon. Tlie college representatives had
not been selected j*esterdaj evening.
but Canfield's stalwarts boldly announce themselves as being: Canfield,
Sawyer, Wiggins. Currie Robertson,
Munn Lock. Clute, W Turnbull, Cai-
dlcutt, Peele, Fletcher, Holt, Dlcken-
- ii    in 1  L.   Turnbull.
l-'or table decorations and wedding
bouquets���a specialty. Ring up Tidy,
the Florist. 184 ������
Mrs. Moore left on yesterday's U
N K. t>wi for Portland, where she
will remain a Bew days on business
The K. T. of T. gold medal . locution contest, which Is to be held at
Queen's Avenue church this evening
promises to provide a splendid enter
talnmeut, among those assisting being
MacKness organ solos; Miss
Fouinier. vocal solos; Miss Birkett,
piano solo; and ��� . i ral ol her tali nti I
:i ri ���-' s,
For first-class cut Dowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone
Davles' Greenhouse, I..20S.
An effort Is being ma le to play an
exhibition match between two teams
from Westminster Football club at
Moody square on Saturday, as one or
two men want to be given a tryout,
a number of important matters to
the club will come up at the meeting
of the Vancouvei district league tlu.-
evenlng.
When ordering oranges see that the
Rose & Camillla wrappers arc on
thein. *-���
Rose �� CamilHa naval oranges are
sold  by all  first-cla-s  grocers.
,\n entertaining   evening  was  pro-
| vid.'ii m .St. Patrick's hall yesterday
I by the Holy Rosary Choral and Drain
atlc society, of Vancouver., the reputation of the artists being such as to
draw a  large   number   to   the hall.
Chtuies  Wilkes, a facial contortionist
Iof considerable ability, entertained the
'���. S] B :. --'      S'
earthq . ikes    were experlei   .!
day   ;:. e district of 1
i he shot ts    ��� gan i arlj ..orn-1
Ing,   thi   mosi     serious    di        anci
coming while the people wen  assembled  :.t     mass      Ii  caused  a  | mic
among .m  ci ng regation,
rush   for  the  dooi s, tram] ling    .
fool  a score ol  women and childi  u
At OrevlIIent.. a town of lb.OOO In
.'.,bitants, i"" :. ., - from this place
two   Bevere  Bhocks   wen   experienced
The people vn- '.ed ti om : hi Ir I o is
e- and are now camping in tb. open
Knock the cover ott _ .ox tjf "U
C." cigars and try t>ae. It wlll maki
a "hit."
TAFT  CONSIDERS   TRIP
TO   PACIFIC   NORTHWtSI
MONEY   TO    LOAN 8
^���O#040*0��O��O0��Oal0*0aK)a>O^0 t-+OK)��-4O#O*00��O4p$b*J0��OtO
.. Order Your ..
Bran,       Shorts,       Oat Chop.       Wheat Chop
Cracked Corn.        Whole Wheats
Oats.       Wheat Flour for Bread ant. Pastry
Graham Flour. Whole Wheat Flour
Wheatlets. Etc. Etc.
ALL    ORDERS   PROMPTLY    DELIVERED.
HALE: BROS. & CO. w
:n.
Poonc 335.
Pniladephla, Feb. 22 The
that a- President he would go to Alas
i.a. William ll Ta', Bald had only thi
foundation thai he had received an in
vitatlon tor such .1 trip an I ha I
Hilled that n,. would hold ii und.
consideration, This Bame answer hi
said llkewisi   applied to invitations to
186 Columbia  Street.       p.   O.   Drawer   100.
Phone 97
When vou want
GROCERIES
����������������������������������������������������o����a����������������o����o����o>��'��"��������o������
MacKay s  Bookstore
Office and Pocket Diaries
Letter Binding Cases a__d Office
Supplies
Eaton Hurlbert Paper and
Envelopes
J. J. MacKay & Co. | TO YOU
It's Important
visit Denver and Seattle nexl summer
���   , ,      ,      Beat  Hanii. per Ib ��. 18c
He  litis  not    ye; decided    what   his                                               J*
travellng  itinerary Mr the  year   wlll   Ideal Soda Biscuits, u^fln    ...25c
lv except  that  he will  make a  trip | Huntley & Palmer Biscuits, 2 pk 85c
through the south and  Bouthwest as
far   as   Texa,.
Castro to Return to Venezuela.
Dresden. Feb. L"-'. Clpi',1110 Castro,
the former president of Venezuela, is
planning to return to ihat country and
resume the position of a private citizen. Some time ago he Ben I a letter
to President Qomea Betting forth his
purpose of returning and voliintaril\
retiring from the presidency, I ut he
has  received  no reply.
Three packages Force foi ., 10c
Milk iiiiue Ribbon brand) can . 10c
Milk (Canadian brand), two for 25c
i'.> 11 .md I'.-as. can ... ��� 10c
Tomato, i, two per 25c(
Big Navel Oiauin**-. p,T d��u. ....25c
Nn. 1 Highland Potatoes, sack $1.25
Teas and coffees are a specialty with us.  irv a package of RakawaQA
Ceylon tea at 86c or three pounds tor $1.00.    n<"st Mocha and   Java
ground coffee, 40c per lb.. <.r we can give you tha besl vatu< It the cltj tat
-~H-   per   III.
ADAMS & DEANS.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWS
MAKE YOUM B0LHAR5
r _-_     x^^yy^     y^yyyu:-.
Booksellers Stationers News Dealers    1
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Electric Railway Service \
Interurban Line.
Vancouver  and way
Will   run  every haH
"""'   "'"'"   .v..r>0   a. ni. Last
" *'���    W U p. in.
1 leaves Vancouver nt
:   '       the    depot    every
m|nutos   for both Bap-
I city Hoitg over the
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
ai'i-r, commencing at 6:20 a m
Sapperton Line: Can leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mlnutea after
the hour, commencing ftt '��� '������'
a. in.
Sunday service half-bour
tween 8:80 n. in. nnd 11. .'��� '"���
ntish Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd 4
to have your prescription fl 11 ��� -cl
accurately and honestly. We
make a special department of
this branch of our business, and
have adopted a system of civ. ,.
Ing so that no mistake! can
creep In. You may feel sure
that you hav.. the right thins
when dispensed at our Store.
We pay the highest wages In
order to secure the best help.
Every department of our business Is up to date. Hig tore,
fresh stock, and We claim our
average prices are the lowest.
We fill prescriptions for people
too poor to pay FHKK.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
fl.
Kiel-.nut.  knows  how hind  ll  Is  to  do   ii   lOBMttSMS,     but   bj      buying
what .mui require al  the loweai ponlbl.   ratei yon Ban do it.
I will help you In .i material W*J if you place your Bra and other
Insurance  W.tll   nu-  as   I  can   rive   you  the low.-t   rates  in  th(. city.
wii. 11111 li Ii your stock, your buildings, your home, your furniture or
your life that mu wish i,> Insure, I win guarantee to plaoe it for you ai a
low. i premium than others ohtrge,
i  win.- nu kinds of Insurance in and place it. in Canadian companies
only, so thai the cost la inn only l����S but your money is helping to build
Up Inline Institution. Instead Of going to swell the wealth of foreign corporal Ion ^
\ll I ns|. Ih thai you give me the chance to ipiote you a rat�� lad I am
ft-lllf-flr-d   you   will   be   eonvlnced.
Alfred W. McLeod
INSURANCE    BROKER
ARMSTRONG   BLOCK,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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��     PAGE SIX
$HE  DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, February
23,
jgjjj*  CANADIAN   gjjjj*
,EM*    PACIFIC   *Maf
RAILWAY. COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Saattle will leave daily at 9.13 a.m;
train for all points East a*. li.'-O p.m ;
*.:,iin   for  Agasslz at 5.4_!  p.m.
Tick.-ts sold to and from all points.
Ri rva'tii .- made for first class
sleepers, tourist nnd steamer cabins.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
. ;��� to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst, Oenl. Pass.   \gt.   Vancouver.
The Edison Theatre !Fraser ***** Se���<*
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Telephone 54.
P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND  GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
Str. Ramona
I Will leave New Westminster for Chilliwack on
TUESDAY,    THURSDAY    AND  SATURDAY.
at 5. a in., calling at following points:
Hammond, Haney, Langley, tllen Valley, Whonnock, Ruskln, Silverdale, Mt.
Lehman, Matsqui, Mission, Hatzic,
Dewdney, Nicomen island, Sumas and
Chilliwack. Returning leaves Chilliwack on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 ii.iii. Excellent passenger
accomodation. Lowest Freight rates.
WESTERN' STEAMBOAT CO., Ltd.
R. Whitmore. Mgr.
N.-w Westminster.
j      : Granite ware
, ... ar-ived���Pull and complete stock Graniteware. in all the very
n, ,. st designs, and at the lowest possible prices. Call in and inspect our stock; no trouble to show same.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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,1 lllL Pl_iElN5OTraBEND KAlNuL
HARDMAN & CO.
Fraternal Societies
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODtsE, NO   ".���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellews' hail. Colum
bla street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fqurth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p. m., Wbite Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
i OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. 0. L,
No. 1150; L O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 46X���, I. O. F ; C. 0.
F��� Court Westminster, No. 3'iO;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nest  No. 29:
_.   I Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Irltlth  Coli-ntt.
ta  t*"oa��t "_ine
Serwct
TlIV.E TABLE j
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE  W*   �������    UnMl.,,    ^
R0UT\   13 Regulations.
Operative January   13.                                                      ""<>���
S.s. Princess  Victoria  leaves Van..    ALy available Do uon8lan,
couver  io p. m��� going  direct  to Se- ,- lhe rallwfty ^ 1q      *����!
attle daily except Monday. | bla, may be h I by an     1
SS   Princess  Royal leaves Vancou-   WQ0 la lh(, ,(, ,   ^     '  al Ikhiu,
. ,  at ;, a. m. for Victoria daily, ox-  any ma*e om , r   Ql ^H
cept Wednesday. j extent of om  q section'to d
S. s. Princess Charlotte leaves Van- UcreB, more or le
couver a: 1 1'. m. daily l'or Victoria. Entry  mu-:     B mad    1)fcrSonall.
WESTMINSTER-VlUTOrtlA    ROUTE i thC local land otfici   l.r the dljiflj
ill leave Victoria for ,whlch the lai.d ^ situate,
proxy may, howi-i
S.S. Trader wi
New Westmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday
DANIEL   SULLY,
l-'mh. r Daly in 'The Matclini;
the (��:ii"i   lion--   tonlghl
at 8  o'clock   p.   m.,  in  Oddfellows'
hail. Columbia street.
IONj OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall. 'Chief \V. Sutherland.
WEST   COAST   f-iOUTE.
SS   Tees
Leaves Victoria n p.m. l^t, luth
and -Oth of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; loth
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; _0th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. -S -loan
Leaves Vancouver 1: .0 p-m- dally,
except Sunday. Leaves Nana.mo at
7 a. m.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan. I
12th and 26th.
Entry tj
Pe made on I
tain conditions by the father, mom,
ison, daughter, brother ,,r 8i8[    "
ntending homesteader
The homesteader i   required to p��
form the conditions connected ���������,���
with    under    on<    of -he   *ull(m
plans:
ID    At least I
upon and cultivation of the land
each  year for three years,
(2) If the fath." ., mother,||u,
father is deceased,, ,,.��� iBe ^
steader resides upon ,, [urm in %
vicinity of the land entered for, uj
requirements as to il.ence may.
satisfied by such pei on residing nit
the father or mother.
(3) If the 3ettler lias bis permn-l
jent residence up .a farming land ml
fi
���
Sole Agents
Trust^Block^Front St., New Westminster i
A.   HARDMAN. A. JAMES. J.  McCLUGAN. i
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K. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE  No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tues
day in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson  street
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NEWS
-OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Fourt'. Friday in tbe
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
lva.ll. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagles'
liall, Columbia, street. A. Clark.
W.  Pres ;   H. Schofleld, Secretary.
THE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS   OF   TEM
PERANCE meet   every Wednesday
I. O. 0. F.��� Royal City Loage. No. 3
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall. Col
umbla Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. (J.; C. E. Osborne, P. f;.. recording secretary,
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Hoard of Trade meets In the
Hoard Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of .-ach month.
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on 'lie third
Thursday of February. Npw
members may be proposed and
elerted at any monthly or quarterly
meetiti'..     A. E. White. _.��r
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
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NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE. i ed by him in the vicinity of his hoint.1
S.S. Beatrice leaves Vancouver Jan.5.1 stead, the requirements   53  .0 rai|
19th; Feb. 2nd. ;dence may be satisfied by   resldfacil
S.S.   Princess   May   leaves  Vancouver. upon the said land.
Dec, 29th, Jan. 12th, Jan. 26th. Six months' notice in writingstwii||
CP RIVER. j be given to the Com.   sioner of Dol
Beaver1��� jlnlon Lands at Ot' iwa   :' Intention]
From   New   Westminster   Monday apply for patent.
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m. COAL���Coal mining rights _a;|*
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday! leased for a period of
and Saturday a*. 7 am. j at  an  annual renl
Not more than 256 I - ��
leased to one Individual ur . q
A royalty at the rate of five cent :i
ton shall be collected on the tuft-
! chantable coal mined.
W. W, 1
De; nty of the Mini*!
For   reservaVcnis   and   inrormat-on
���all or ajidress
ET>. OOULET,
Anem. New Westminster.
���    I!. FOSTER,
���'.sst. Gen. Pass   Agent. Vancouver.
J   W. TROUP.
(.euersJ Super'i.tpndent. vietorln.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
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The Perfect
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is Ihe PRAIRIE BEEF Sold By
The Reichenbach Company, Ltd.
It is Butchered, Dressed and Shipped
Under Government Inspection.
Reichenbach Co., Ltd
Pure Food Purveyors is
Phone 101.        Columbia Street, New Westminster. -llE��t��A'
CF.BRUARY  23,   1909.
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THE NORTHERN CROWN BANK.
th    Result   of the Business of the  Bank   For the Year  Ended
31st    Dr_cember.    1908.
-THE STAGE  \
.''"���I,   of PrOflt add  Los   Afeonni on thi   '!-   Dm
���    va     ..   ��� ���
v     ear i nding 31 si Decern!   i I '','-
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t      ��� payabl   2nd   mi
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GENERAL   STATEMENT.
31st December,  1908.
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n   1,128 SS
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due to Other Bnnl      I   ���' madi
lalan o other Ban
where   '.'"     '���"���,;    ani     'I '��� ;'. "
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129,128 88
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Mi    h ii    in   th
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which   thi     will   portra
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Thi   cho "    ha    b ��� ������     I fo   u
Ingtnj as    wel for    :-
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P-cially Que   Ing
ASSETS
Gold am   '-
ilnve Vie .,
. '.oil    I'" -������>
., mi i      Motet
?   179,74
1,-888,81
Deposit  with Don Inioi   I'���   - 'i men     ���*<"������ '���''   b
,,, <>. ���:,��� mei     fo     eci '      o grei ��� i al
Ban.  noti   C loi        	
.in.   !,���   "v.-ei  , and other Hank'  in Canada  ..
Du< b;   Agents and otl      Banl     -  (Jreat Britain
vi.,   *,.,   .\. v ���    an     ither Ban!    -    ��� ��� '-ere   than
in Canada i i ���   ��� '"���              '- ' ';!��nri ....
Dominion and  Pn             ���     ernmei   Seen ��� tie
Canadian Muni.' pi    & For        "   ���    Sei i ���   ���
Railway ar,.   otl                -     '
jsjotes o   ant  Cheou*    o   oth.    Banki     	
76.00'' 00
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'.    v v
210,974 47
165,000 00
2X4,19e H
594 14
946.44. 10
v. She     Dati   ��� ���-������        Cana.
Current 1/vans and Discounts and otb.
Bank Premises and Office Furniture Winnipeg ai
- ' .     than Bank Pr _  -������- 	
Overdue Debt. S-tfttt-d and I             ��� : (estimated loss provided for .. 	
S,.17,818 96
140,718 9.
\264 801 '
- 5 480 00
tt_S,6_8 '���
he Northern Crown Bank
Winnipeg, -l^t December, IM8
$18,148,620 20
. CAMPBELL.
General Manage1'
Railway Time Tables   r-
B. C E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheoute.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New Wesi
mini*ter at 5: SO, 6:50, 7:20 and 8  00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter i
until 11:30 p.m.
Car? leave New yVesttnltt-te. for Van-j
couver At Bt.O, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour there-j
after  until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Weal j
minster at 8.00 ami 9:00 am, and;
every    half    hour    thereafter    until j
'     11:30 p.m.
'Cars leave New Westminster for Van
oeuver at StOO am. and evpry half,
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m  Lasi
oai 11:00 inn.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manage., New
Westminster.
NEW WE<_L.NGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANF, ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.    I
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Seattle 7: ll
Great   Northern   Railway.
N W   'J 20 mn ; ar. Seattle 4 p.in
N.W   I 36 P "i . ar. Seattle 10 p ni
N.W.   12:10  a in
ii. in.
LV, Seattle S; in n in
Lv, Seattle 4:25 t>.__.
p.in
Lv. seiittie ii tad p ni
ii.in.
af, N.W. :
;  ar. n.w.
p.m.
B:_B
ar. N.W. 6:BU
G. n, R.���Poi't Gulchon.
No. B9f leaves New Westminster
3:60 p.in., arrive Guichoh 8 p.m. Fridays) also eottiTecllous by io.IO &.__.
except New WS-tmlti-tet" Tuesday nnd
1:35  Thursday.
I.eavp Gulrhtm 8:80 am., arrive N.
w. 8:45 Fridays; aUo bohhec-tons by
I p in. except Gnlehon Tuesday and
6  am.   Thursday.
Lv.  N.W. 6:20 a.m.. 3 p.m., and 9:55
p.m.  for Vancouver.
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m.. 4 p.m. and
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
I> O Box  474.        Tel. B3.        Res   429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
life to 25 h p , 2 and 4 cycle. BeSl
value nn U"- market Bhglt-M kepi 1_
stock at
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster
"The Milwaukee"
"The Plonee*- Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
THE HOME PAPE
Is   the   Paper  That   Prints   All
Of     the     Home     News.
The    Dally    News
10c  a   Week.
No train- In the service on any,
railroad In tbe world that equal Inj
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-j
waukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oar. on all their trains and
give their patrons nn excellence %f
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. UOWB. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland, Of.
ynopti*    ot    Canaan**     iMortri-West
Hom'esteaa  Regulations,
Any even nunnerea section of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Snskatch-
���"avsrn and Alberta, excepting S and .6,
oot "reserved, may be homesteaded by
,tny person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent oi one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must ne
nade in person by the applicant at
�� Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
igency for the districi in which the
and is situate.    Entry by proxy may,
���' ��� ver, be made at an agency on
���ertain conditions by ihe father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister ot
in intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans ���
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land In
������ach year for three years.
\i) .. homesteader may, if he so
i d��sires, perform the required resl-
j lenee duties by living on farming
I iand owned solely bv him, not less
| than eighty (80) acre9 in extent, ln
| the vicinity of his homestead Joint
ewnershlp in land will not meet this
requirement.
(31 If the father (or motiier, if the
"aiher Is deceased) of a honieBteader
mis perniinent residence on farming
iiiml owned solely by htm, not less
Can eighty (80) acres in extent, ln
��� -��� -Irlni'.y of the homestead, or up-
in a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
i.eifnrin his own residence duties by
it ing with the father (or mother).
(ti The term "vicinity" In the two
'leepillni? paragraphs Is defined as
meaning not more tlwin nine miles ln
a direct line, exclusive of the width
if road allowances crossed ln the
measurement.
('i\ A homesteader Intending to
���errorni his residence duties in ac-
���ordanee with the above while living
with parents or on farming land own-
il by himself must notify tho agent
'or the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
ie given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of iutention
to apply for patent.
W.  W. COUY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
A.
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through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper.
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opposite Court House, New Westminster.   Phonft 143.
WHITESIDE ft RDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Columbia street. New Westminster,
\v. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE  DAILY  HEWS.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY
8, .io,
BEHOLD
Such a reduction in prices
for first-class groceries was t
never before given to the cit- I
izens of New Westminster. ���
The prices given below are ��
exceptional ones, and the ���
goods-for quality -are un- X
surpassed. Give us a trial, i
These prices are strictly cash' X
juices. I
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BATTLESHIP VANGUARD
LAUNCHED IN ENGLAND
���,	
I
Immense Crowd Sees Largest Ship in British Navy
Take First Dip.
jl Loudon,Feb.22.���The Vanguard, the!
��� largest and heaviest battleship ever!
2 built for the iliiii-sh navy, was I
j launched   successfully   at Barrow to-1
ll
iia\.     An Immense crowd assembled 11
We have JUSI received 'iriotli.r C.ar-j^
load of Raymond Hour.   This Hour ta.
, ,r,:,i to any other Hour on the market j ���   tZZffkg^   5>��a lnY>i
todaj und we gua.a_te�� It at $1.6S p-��.V; ���  *Jvi_    E     dli    t
sack   and   *''..-.r>   iier   barrel.     Straight j*
grade Hungarian flour $1.25 a sack. IX
This Hour is in great demand for!*
bread or pastry. |   Columbia Street
The  best B. C.    granulated    sugar)�����������������������������������������������������������������.���������
Anderson & Lusby 2
io see the vessel take -he water.
Th  Vanguard Is En|land's seveuth
vessel or ihe Dreadnoughi class ami if
the   pre-efit  pians  of   the  admiralty
are   carried   out   six   more   vessels   of
the sain.- type will be laid down,before
the end of this year.     The Vanguard
is ihe heaviest    and    most modernly
of her class.      Her
g weight Is about 16,000 tons;
length     between     perpendiculars,   500
feet;  length over all, 543 feet;  beam.
^i feet; displacement,over 19.300  tons;
horsepower,   35,000;   excess  In   weiglit
��� lover first Dreadnought, 650 tons;  ex-
41 cess In weight over the latter vessels
J of that class, tioO ton, and her cost will
in. upward of J9.000.000.
��� equipped of ships of her cla:
i  launching weight Is about Iti,1
*:,.7.'..
Twft-ty pound sacks 15. C.    sugar,
$1.15 per sack.
*T_a fttftre- pound pure .v>;,on ua-j
live *ood  bikes for $1.00. )
JEmpire t'eyioii i>.a, 8.C per lb,
Victoria rros.,i..a 40c per lb.
Coffee of the very finest Mocha and
Java ground or uugrouinl, 25c per lb.
Two quart bottle of the very finest
pickles only 25c per bottle.
Three bottle-' of pickles for 50c,
Malta Cero 5c a package, or eight,
packages for 25c.
Five tins salmon for 25c,
Sardines  10c   per tin.
Finnan Haddie 10c per Ib.
Corn per tin 1-V.
Peas per tin ..lOc.
Three  tins of pork  and  beans  Coj
-  .-       '-..v. -.-       ... ��� '*""
"i'.i-i ;
i'wo i-ii. iln lnarmaiade '-Tic per tin.
Eight bars ot th-- finest laundry
soap for 25c,
Eight bars of toilet s-ajj for the.
Tin i .��� packages of pfo-il'trj food for
���2:,i-.
Tlirc-r- packages of laundry starch
for 25c.
Three packages of com starch for
25c,
Two large tins of St. Charli s evaporated cream 25c.
Two lbs. of very nice lemon I iscuit.-.
for 25c,
Thr..e lbs. mollasses snaps for 25c.
Baking powder, White Star, 20c.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
New Good
Arriving
Every Day
Every department is being filled with new goo* is. It
is impossible for us to mention here all about our new
lines, but we extend an invitation to all to visit the
store and look around.
BOWLING
I
V  I
The airocers heal the tfardwavemen
Doors,  Window?.  TUMI- n,y on|e |lin iu ;1I1 ,.xlr(.���,,iy dose game
ing, and Bandsawing. venins- bu1 tM latter get lw"
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
We
-tean
make a specialty of
ed and kiln dried.    .
door-
W. E. Walsh       W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End of Third Avenue.
Dhone 413. New Westminster.
i
Fair Piano Players
ol ihe point.- by winning the majority |
; games.    C. Bryson made the high
est  score,  lis..      Tonight there is an-1
other    competition    for the Freeman!
trophy, and tomorrow the Royal City I
Mills und Heal Estate men meet. Following was last night's score:
GROCERS. j
i.     -.    :;.
McBroom 12:;    143     99
Dean	
i
Qilchrist ..
McKerrow.
Latham  ...
.ill
143
116
17-1
109
137
159
113
152
Tot.
365
340
117
307
ise
1945
Tot,
:; is
115
324
182
who are really fair in their judgments
and criticisms bestow the highest |
praise upon our pianos on account of
their excellent tone and touch. We
are showing some splendid new Instruments by the best makers At the
prices we ask these are veritable bar-
Blue Ribbon and Maple Leaf. 20c Bai- if >(.u will do us the favor to
pVr tin. call you will find that you have really
favored   yourself.    We  make  a   -pp-
  ch!.;.   nf repairing  and  tuning.
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Bowling    Challenge.
A   five-man team,  who-., aggregate I
welgnt  is  no;   less   than   1000  pounds,
challenge a team  whose total weight ���
shall not exc.ed 650 pounds, to bowl
a   - Ties    ni'  games,   the    first  three
games to take place on Februai*V 26.
Tlie result oi the last game between
the Royal city Mills and the Carpenters was a division of the points, the
former   inking   two. The   nffflinen
score  678,  TM, and  6-7, and the car-1
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
CDD  FELLOWS' BLOCK.
J, H, Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA   STREET.
GEO. ADAMS,  P   uf.
A     NEW AND SPLENDID
\ssnKTMKNT OF
Linens for
Embroidery
Centres and doilies in all
sizes, iii both white and
brown linens.
Cuehlon tops in all the new
embroidery designs.
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We have the Corticelli silks
in   Roman  and  Filo,  also a
full     range   of    perl  lustre,
lustered   cotton,    coronation,
cords ami the new braids so;
much  in  vogue now.
SEWING MACHINES AND TALKING  .'enters ns.",. 665, and 785 respectively,
MACHINES. ���
New Northern  Line Planned.
Winnipeg. Feb. 22.���The   necessary
gislatlon was passed <.n Saturday by
the  Aibei ta  legl ilature to enable '-''��� '���
promoters to go ahead with the most
northerly rallwaj  In Canada, running
trom Edmonton, Alberta, to l-'ort Mc-|
Murray, on ihe Upper Athabasca river,.
hy way ol Lac Lablche.     The principal piomoter Is w. Clarke, of Kansas j
City, and lie gave the legislative am ;
pie assurance thai the line was a genuine  proposition    to  be    started this;
...ar     The line taps a  vast mineral
dl tricl     unl  ranching    country, enn-j
ned ng the old transcontinental lines'
with  the grea   waterways of Norhem
Canada. 1
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New We-,tmin��ter.
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New Zealand Immigration.
Auckland, N. /.., Fen. 22.���*Speaking
at a demonstration of unemployed,
who urged stopping assisted Immigration to New Zealand, Premier Ward
i" ited oui that the government never
.. i ted oibers than agriculturists and
domestic servants. The country could
suppori twenty million persons.
CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU
A. J. BIRTCH 1
���THE   WHITE   HOUSE"
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This Means Money I
...to You...
We can now offer you buys in New Westminster,  j|
Vancouver, Chilliwack and suburban acreage that |
are sure and quick money-makers.
THINGS  ARE  HAPPENING.   SO   IT   BEHOOVES   YOU   TO   MOVE    #
QUICKLY.
275 Columbia Street ���
I mm F.J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
CHILLIWACK
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New Westmin st.r, B/C,
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Spring Stock of
English Prints
Now Complete
150 pieces of the best English
Prints an- now ready tor the
spi iny buying. We have never
-ii.iwn ns large or varied ,i
i uiiie of Uii Se Prints as i.- to
be scin ni.w in our Wn-h CWO 1
section. Spots and stripes are
ik.. patterns most in demand ai
present, These we show in all
sizes, from small pin 'i"':-
ihe large coin spots, and
-tripes in both plain and broken
lin..-. We will take pleasure tn
showing you the goods In lhe
. . ce. You will appreciate thi
chance offer...1.
The New White
Long Cloths and
Cottons are Here
Snowy White Cottons, in larger
variety than ever before found
in our Sample Department,
Unique Long Cloths, Queen's
Cloth and Cambrics in the linen
and ready-washed finish. All
weights now in slock. We have
made a ear.-lul study Of the
needs of the White Cotton section, and you will timl us pre
pared for every demand this
season with better value- than
offered for some time.
New Spring Models
in Corsets
Several new Btylea showing
which are proving Immensely
popular. Crompton's "A La
t_race" Model- are designed to
suit ill requirements of up-to-
date dr. ssers. Women of medium or stout figures will lin.I
in these corsets styles which
are easy fitting and comfort
able. For stout women we
recommend the "Decedo'' Cor-
seis and "Grand Duchi
Special Instructions In lacing
with .-very pair sold. Inquire
at  the c.ir-.'t  Section  for new
Bt} les.
Fancy Serges and
Cashmeres,
50c per Yard
Navy Serge, in fancy Btripe,
heavy weight, and French Cash
mere- ii) shades of Navy, Green,
mown. Cardinal and Cream.
Per   yard     50c
An Excellent Range
of Black Dress
Goods
\. .\ an i vai- :o hand the .
... days make our -��� .���
u ,.     lii.-.-    Good
We mention hen  a
. '..   ..i   this   Spring's   i ���.,'
.. > arers,    Ask to Bee them
ou v. ill leai n to know th ���
., ter.
BLACK POPLIN
.i the bi ight lustrou   Bn
" im   in   v,elghi   and   48
le,   per   yard     $150
BLACK   MELROSE
..   ,: ith   with  a Bmal]   d
in weight to l'
��� i| in  .unl color p.' :��� Ul"'li'
r 1     $1.35
FINE BLACK VOILLES
. ���     yard    75c, $1.00. $1 25
FINE   BLACK  SERGES
ii exceptionally Bne,
twill, ,ii the finish which I
lai In the new Spring I
i'er yard $1.00 ai I $1-25
CACHE   STRIPE
��� ��� n- -uiting material a
ired   of   quick   sale;   black
only;.    Per yard   *1-25
Admiralty Serge
:. i   Inches   In  width.     \   cloth
which n- '''Is no recoiiim-ii li
by ns  being so well known o*��
��� ,  its greai  Bervlceabll "���
ard    ������50
Many New Suiting
Materials Now
Being Shown
Ottoman Cords, Duchesse Satin
Cloths, Panamas, Striped Navy
Cheviot, Venetians, Broadcloths,
etc     Ask  to see them.
Poplinettes,
All Colors,
65c Per Yard
A  cloth   will)  good, bard i." ""
medium weight, In Bne   ������
most   serviceable   material   I
Chlldr-ii's   Dresses   and   W<Ne8
Shirt     Waist     Suits.      oCi
Navy,  Brown, Green, Carflwj       j
width (0 Inches.    Per yard 65c       )
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W. S. Collister & Co
THE  STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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