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 FIRE
INSURANCI
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NKW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
NUMBER TO
NKW WESTMINSTER, B.C., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1909.
ORsTfATALITY ON
6.N.R. SCENIC LINE
Japanese Laborer Killed By
Passenger Train Yesterday
, r;eiay Securing Coroner.
Th, tirst fatality on the Great Nor-
L,_ cutoff *��- Blaine to this city,
Zeh was i*cently opened, took place
Ltcrday morning.     A Japanese la-
La. named E. Matasuzaki was found
hmi on tbe track near Townsend, the
Lr_Utlon five and a half miles from
,_ city, after the morning passenger
[WBDt though   northbound   about six
i o'clock
Die Japanese ooolle was working In
L work gang under    Foreman Ryan,
lafld his death Is surmised to haw bee.,
la accident    Little Is known of him
[except thai he had, like many more,
I taken u;> this employment   casually.
.Tlie  body   remained    alongside the
[track all day pending the arrival ot a
Iroroner to view ,1"' remains.
|   Tbe ri.:.*"'1  t"r tnia  state 0|' things'
lis tbat according to Mr. Ryan the lo-
leal spent here was notified of the ac-
latent, and asked  to  make  nrrang-
Inienu for the official inquiry, while .'.
|C Mj'vrs, the agent, informs the News
Ilie ne'-".' received any  intimation  at
fall tl   Mr. Ryan came into the city
���him. If lasi .-veaing.
An Inquest win be held today, either
���by Doctor Rothwell or Dr. Wilson, ta,.
���iivi'.ioniil coroner for the Delta muni-
Iclpallt!
FIVE CE
JER COPY.
OPIUM CANNOT BE SOLO
ANYWHERE FROM TUDAY
HI.ARIES Of
SUFFKAOIST CAMPAIGN
lEitve- Women Sent to Holloway Jail
��rvc Pubi.c Has Scant Sympathy
for Prisoners.
Drug  Prohibited for All Purposes Except  Medicine   in  Canada and
United   States.
Today the new opium law prohibiting the importation and preparation of
Smoking opium in Canada and the
United States comes into operation.
A similar set of regulations has been
adopted for the two countries. In
future the drug can only lie bought for
medicinal purposes, and may only In-
introduced into the ports of the North
..mericnm continent  for those uses.
In consequent-, of the embargo being placed on opium its value has
greatly risen ln tbe coast cities, and
those having the drug for disposal are
doing well out of the opportunity. Not
only Is the manufacture prohibited,
but the ingredients may not be
brought in. Some time since the
Westminster City Council cancelled
the license of the last manufactory in
Chinatown, but the police are not yet
convinced that it Is not coming ln
through other Fourc.--, as quit.- as
much as formerly is bring smoked m
Chinatown. Opium seized by customs in future will he destroyed; t.nd
not offered for sale by auction as other
articles seized hy the revenue officers.
When W. L. Mackenzie King conducted his Inquiry last summer Into
tho conditions prevailing in the Chinatowns of the Canadian Bide, tbe profits
on the business wvre shown to be very
large. It is confidently expected that
there will be an increase of smuggling
when the present supplies run out, a9
from the nature of events it is an easy
thing to smuggle owing to Its small
hulk, and the con .ant demand for the
article.
_��-iis. Match 31, -The proceedings
Id the Bo�� Streel    police court  this
Willi. In connection with the raid
BUl.. I.aij . r.mois yesterday of
Jbw iuHi . si followed the cua>
hoar, lines. All the eleven women
lrmti. elected to go to Holloway
Bail lor periods of one to three months
f��-n' than to find bu re ties for their
I        .'.ier
Tb.'  luihtin     women     suffragists
-1'"1'  ������"��� ';.; t   this   Ultcil.ii.on
P' ������������ .. . the buildings of par-
���UK-it, but thi ��� were easily f .il d b-
fb police,
I'I..' public Is getting tired of these
���Ha.m ethl ��� Ions and the women
|vK"': ���  drove    back among
I '       :,:' ' .1    scant    sym-
W^'1    ! ��� en of the most per-
': -���  "' '        iven  arrested;
THREE MILLION FOR
-   ST. JOHN   WHARFAGE
SL John, X. B . March 31.���At the
request of the Hon. William Pugsley
the city yesterday wired the minister
the price that would probably be accepted by the city for its wharf property, fixing tbe value at $3,000,000. It
la thought here that Mr.' Pugsley
means to bring the matter up in the
House of Commons  in a few weeks
ELECTRIC COHPANT IS
INCORPORATED FOR BIG SUM
3EMI PROS.
Itacross.   Boy.    object    to    -Signing
"Declaration of Purity."
11 i      Professionals,"
1 _   Mn tvi        .
..
b     -.in ��� of the
.Vestmlnster
'      ' he   title of
nd   a    requ isl
, laced ia thai
n    made by
next in eting
... aturday at-
'.���
ol  Purity" which
i; n asked to sign, to
all     iverallj
ur ateurs,
���onwl     favor by sav-
i thai these stat-
I    , i not bo i ... ,
Puijet  Sound  Power Co. Absorbs Several  Large Concerns���Rails Run
From Vancouver to  Portland.
Seattle, March 31.���With a capitalisation of *\000.000 the Puget S -Vl
Power company has been Incorporated
aa a holding company to take over the
electric light, power and street rail-
,vi, vsi.-ms in the northwestern part
(.;'  Washington.
Besides holding existing plants and
l nip. riles it is the intention to contin
nc interurban and powei ' -tensions
now planned and promote further ex
tensions thai ��ii! culminate in o continuous line nt mt.-rtirl,an rails from
'.- couver In British Columbia '������
Portland Dn Oregon, with a servlci
the Grays Harbor towns.   (
The big propi rtlea which are to
.,.,:, iferred to the holding compan
elude the Seattle EMectric company,
the Seattle-Tacoma Power company,
ii, ��� puget Sound Electric railway, the
Tacorna liighl ��nd rower company,
the Everett Interurban, the Everett
nnd Belllngham street Railways and
i .tin   and  Powei- corporations    '<lld
others.
OFC
BT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Proceedings Again Adjourned at Victoria���Lengthy Argument on Security of Pure Water Supply and Safety
Precautions Proposed���Engineer Binckley
on Suggested Core-Wall.
MASS MEETING FAVORS
EIGHT NEW DREADNOUGHTS
Big   Demonstration   in   Front of  Mansion   Ho.   ���  is Strong  Evidence cf
Martial   Feeling  in  England.
Victoria, B. C. March 31.���After hearing evidence from both sides, the
executive council this evening reserved its decision on the Coqutlam dam
building proposition.
Indications are that the ministers will permit the Vancouver company to
build the dam, providing all doubt as to the purity of the Westminster
water supply  is removed.
Victoria, B. C, March 31.���The Van-j continue to object, because ilie flood-
couver  Power  Company's  application   luK  would  reach  as    far as  the  re-
to build a T.j-foot dam at Coquitlam
lake for power generating purposes
came up before the executive council
of the province today. The members
of the council present were President
P. Carter-Cotton, Premier McBr.le
and Ministers Fuiton, Tutlow, Young
and Bowser, Ralph Booth, Mr. Matthew. J. M. Marshall, Mr. Brache, and
W. R. Austin represented Coquitlam,
with J. K. Grusit, solicitor. \Y. J.
Whiteside, W. Q. McQuarrie, Aid.
Adams, Aid. Gray, Aid. Henley, .1. A.
Lee, F. ,J. Coulthard and J. S. Bryson
represented New Westminster; E. V.
flodweil, K. C, with R. H. Sperling,
P. R. Glover and G. S. Binckley appeared for the Vancouver Power Company; A. McL. Hawks was present &i
one of the provincial government consulting engineers; F. H. Hughr-s, pro-
vlncia. asylum analyst, also attended
Ln a professional capacity.
Objections Continued.
President Carter-Cotton suggested
that 'the objections heard at Uie pre-
Vious me. ting some weeks ago be continued.
W. J. Whiteside submitted Engineer Chapman's report, which was read
b) Mr. McQuarrie. Mr. Bodweli
called the utiention of the couucil to
differences as read with that printed
in tlie Columbian* the difference was
disregarded as not being of importance.
As Mr. Chipman complained tbat hi
had not received sufficient data to report on tbe safety of the proposed
dam, his arguments were confined to
objections based on the pollution ol
the Westminster city water supply.
At the present time that city had :i
pure supply of water, and should no:
be placed in a position where it would
e necessary to require this to be assured by nitration. No filtration
could make bad water good.
Premier McBride inquired whether,
providing all vegetation was removed,
tne danger would not be obviated?
lie was answered in the affirmative.
President Cotton produced Engineer
Powi ll's   report      recommending   the
granting of the application,
Want  Undertaking.
VV   i. Whiteside  claimed   thai the
serve granted to the city, and reach
private timber. He claimed the city
of Westminster would never CU.sent
to the alienation of land granted to it
by the Dominion government, and laid
stress on the insecurity of the founda.
tions of the dam.
Mr. Bodweli called Mr, Hinckley to
give details as to what had bi en done
to meet the requirements of the citizens.' committee of New Westminster.
T\ 'i survey parties were In the field.
_ii others were collecting meteorological data. Following ihe rending
of considerable correspondinre, Engineer Binckley stated he was fully satisfied from a geological examination,
that the foundations would be sale.
The danger of damage by burrowing
animals, suggested by Engineer Pow-
611, could be guarded aganst by a riprap lacing. The proposed spillway
and waste weir was considered quite
sufficient to cope wiih flood waters.
At this stage the council adjourned
until _:30 p.m.
Binckley Examined.
J H. Grant continued the exam nation of Mr. Binckley after the resumption of proceedings. Mr. Binckley
explained the nature of the strata
shown by the test pits sunk, md also
... depth of the boulder clay. He
considered there was probably rock tr,
place on the south side Of Coquitlam
river bed as on the north side. ll
was impossible to say how far tbat
was from the surface. Rock was not
suitable for foundation because clay
core of dam would bond better with
clay than rock. Hla calculations for
the spillway were based on observations taken in 1. OS.
Mr. Grant���If the flood of November
lii.-t was a stnali one. should not th.
spillway be larger?
Witness���Not necessarily.
\V. ,1. Whiteside continued the cross
examination. Mr. Hawks had made
an estimate of the lands to be Hooded
about 2nd acres. Ralph Booth claimed
that BOO tieres of tin- low-lying swamp
would be Hooded by the proposal.
Plea for Company.
Mr, Boweil said the government
might put an obligation o.i th. company to secure the purity of the water
supply. He argued that already 20-'i
acres were  Hooded,    and    ino  precau-
.London, March 31.���A great demonstration was made today in favor of
the naval program providing for eight
new Dreadnoughts, at a mass meeting
held in front of the Mansion House.
The Lord Mayor presided at the meeting. Premier Asquith was the chief
speaker in favor of tne program. Lord
Balfour opposed the eight Dreadnought
policy.
The crowd received the arguments
of the premier with cheers and the
remonstration showed clearly that the
igreat majority of those present favored the immediate construction of
the eight new monster sea-fighters.
Lord Balfour argued earnestly
against, the enormous expenditure ��n-
tailed by the naval program.
Views of Provincial  Premiers.
Winnipeg. March 31.���In reference
to the suggestion made at Ottawa
that the Canadian provinces get together and present a battleship to
Britain, a question to that effect ha^
been addressed to t.e several premiers, the following 'being the answers
received to date.
Premier Murray, >f_re .eotia: "Am
not in a position at preset ro answer
your questions."
Premier Hazzard, _. E. I.: "The
legislature is prorogued and I am not
in a position to give an answer to the
question just aiow."
Premier Gouin, Quebec: "I do not.
think it wise to answer such a question without being prepared. The
iuestion is a serious one, but I do
not expect the provincial legislature
to grapple with it, as I am fully confident federal government will handre
the matter to the satisfaction of the
whole   population.''
Premier Scott of Saskatcbewan is
away for the winter and acting Premier Calder is also absent from Regina.
so no statement was procurable as to
Saskatchewan's attitude.
Premier Roblin of Manitoba. "I have
not given much thought to the matter
and so am not in a position to offer
an  opinion."
STANDARD! PLANS
10 INO 1 IE CAPITAL
Desire Is to tiring Nominal
Capital Close to the Market Value.
N.-w York, March 31.���It is reported
in financial circles here that all preliminary steps have been taken by
the Standard Oil Company of New
Jersey, for the increase of its capitalization from $100,000,000 to $500,0* .-
000.
The changv Is to be prompted y
the desire of those in control of the
affairs of the corporation to bring the
nominal capital close to value whica
the shares of the company command
In the open market where the stock
is now celling at about $650.
SKIN DIAMOND SUGGESTED
BY FRASER MILLS FANS
Up-to-date Baseball Park May Be Lai.
Out   Near   Big   Mills���Material
for Strong Team.
The presence of several first class
hall players, and some hundred or *0
thirty-third degree fans, amoig th.
residents of the progressive village of
Fraser Mills, has had a natural outcome���a 'baseball nine has b*-en
formed, Messrs. McRae being the promoters of the club. A proposal to
lay out a skin diamond is being seri-
ously considered and will probably tt -
come a fact before the season Is fttr
advanced, as there is amp'? ground
available for such a purpose In the
Immediate neighborhood of the ' ?
mills.
The cost of laying out a skin lib
mend will probably be met by voluntary subscriptions among the mill employee., many of whom have aire
volunteered to assist in the work.
FRANCO-CANADIAN TREATY
BERATED IN FRENCH SENATE
ART OF HOUSEKEEPING
DEAD IN UNITED STATES
Vnncouver   Power Company was  now   tions had  been  taken, still  the water
taking all the water it was entitled to,
ami referred In this connection to sections ::i and 80 of the Water Clauses
was pure. He assumed that further
Hooding would not Impair the water
for human  use.      t'nder new  condl-
act,     He insisted on the   danger ofjUons the land would be less altemati
pollution, although he admitted tbat lf|ly flooded and dry than    at present.
PEDD
'--ERs
BARRED I-ROM
BUSINESS  SECTIONS
land waa cleared the danger would be
removed and possibly the water would
i ; ived He wanted an obligation on the pari of the power companj
io i! ���:--: ��� he land properly defined.
_ld \ I inis, .1. A. Lee and J. S. Bry-
.,, .    ,; I res Bed    the   council    al  some
Security of Dam.
.lying to :i question as to whi ther
To avoid fun her harassing litigation
he suggested that a series of te ts be
mini.' of the present water supply. The
government analyst. Mr. Hughes, had
taken tests weeklj In Westminster and
he read the report of same. Tbe flooding of the low land could nol pollute
the lake. Hooding more land would
make a larger Btirface tor oxidization,
.i R. Grain objected to the financial
,;,,. danger of pollution renjoved tbay aspeot of the scheme, The Inquiry
would still object to the building ol j was adjourned to no more fully into
the dam, Mt. Lee said he did not the purity of the city water supply,
know,     Mr. Bryson replied he would and ofhar aspects of the scheme.
Minister of   Commerce   Cruppi   Insists
Every   Rich  Country  Should   Be
Customer of  France.
| Paris. March 31.���Discussing the
Franco-Canadian treaty in the senate
yesterday Minister ot Commerce
Cruppi Insisted that every rich country of the world should be a client
of Prance, lie expressed the opinion
that the adoption of the treaty
would bring on a tariff war bcr.v. i
the l'nited States and France,
in s; ite of the new concession that
I Canada may not sen.i to France cattle fattened tor slaughter, M. Fortter
; aa id he believed thai French cattle-
breederi. wee Insufflolentlj protected.
'while French agricultural interests
were Iia le to suffer fro.ii competition
with United States agricultural machinery, The debate went over until April l.
President of Chio-go Board of Education Can't Find Competent Sewing and Cooking Teacher.
Chicago,     March     31. ��� Pre.-id    _
I Schneider of the board of education Itl
i rapidly i.iming to the conclusion that
ithe art   of   housekeeping   is dead in
America.      The cause of his belief i*
the difficulty    he   Is   experiencing - i
filling  the  $3000  position  of super.*-
sor of domestic science recently created by the board. The trouble seeing
to lie in the fact that the incumbent
must teach both coo'dng and seWlBg
"1 have been overrun," says Schneider, "with   applications    from eve:,
part of the country.      All that tl:
women can   see,  apparently,   I.
$3000,    -Wi  have found some who C   .
cook, but they can't teach s
thi   . '���> ng   teachers   can'-,   npervl -
tie cooking olai s.'
Beat! .
I^1:v Chief of Police
Uten, ' * :|" "rder tc. the
���very ' -��day v inn'i
!,,. to'")d violating 'he or-
h����WnMn,? "roh*b��s noddling and
Cit; ''" '8 section of the
'" 1! i ��� ;, ,
lllo* ������.' '"' " customary to
' (lf   badge    program!
bl.0, thi�� character on
���'������' Beei week.    No
'to be -runted ln
2    Scants selling pen-
Mir.i. i   other articles or
utnents win not
: - ������''"   in the down-
.
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS WL
NOW IN COMMITTtt S?
Ottawa, March 81.���A Bpeda
,������ toe  to consider the I'V^1'1
lng bill was organiaed thi   morning
v.,,.. M. Y. McLean, South Huron, as
chairman.   D3. N. Lewi", sponser of tne
bill,  presented  to the committee
numb,, of letters and resolutions ��
favor of the measure    i ���
���.luted ne bail n numb roi lettei
Montreal  for thai  purpose.
ti,.. commitl lecided to p��
Sandford Fleming nni.   	
,.,     vl  from   '
.    ..,..;.,,       ���   the
��� od tl ��� and   " ,:   |!   "'     !  ,(l
l  wns, as w
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NOMINATING MAY QUEEN.
Children Will Suggest Their Favorites
This Week at the Schools.
.flUtons for the office of Maj
year will be taken as   ta
ist by ballots cust In boxes left
the purpose in the offices of   the
Dall.  News and the Columbian, Sixth
treet.      This is a  change    from  the
plan   adopted  al   the  meeting  of  ,l1"
committee last week, when ii was decided to have the ballots after school
on  Friday.     The ballot paper musl
contain the name of the nominator,
the nominee, and  the teacher ot the
nominator, nnd will be    received ""
i\ o'clock on Saturday.
The girls nominated must between
.. :i End thirteen years of age. tin   two
ages Lnoluslve, ajid it is hoped of attractive appearance.
The ballot boxes will be opened on
Saturday night, and seven names
chosen, two from the Central school,
two from West -i.i���'. two from Supper-
ten, and one rrom the Convent school.
A name will be drawn from this so-
lection of those who head the poll on
Tuesday nt the Central school
Nearly a Mile a Minute.
Cheyenne, Wy.. March 31.���A special train, bearing ii portion of the
Harrlman party, broke all existing re.
eonis from Cheyenne to Juleaburg,
Neb., covering the 11; '""'"", In 146
minutes. The Bchedule was arranged
so that tbe party mlghl connect with
Mr. Harrlman sti I ,,u 0,,10r snests at
Jtileabura,
DEADLOCK IN LEGISLATURE
FOLLOWS STORMY SESSION
St. John's Nnd., March 81.��� I he
shortest and stormie t session In the
history of Newfoundland legislature
was held yesterday afternoon. Governor MacGregor called at the hou...
and told the ineiu'iers to elect a speaker. Premier Morris uomlnated Warren, a m'nlsteriiillst; Sir Rober; Bond
nominated F-His. a Bondito. Two
votes resulted n a deadlock, 18 to 1>S.
.Stormy recriminations followed and
finally the premier told the governor
the house was unable to elect n speaker. The Int ter prorogued the legislature for next Tuesday to Sec if a
coalition mini ti i can be formed. If no,
a   new   election   wlll   be  order,.;]   im-
l mediately.
Wan*.   Bou.ity   for   H.ir   S'.ls.
The prevalence of hair seals In tl ������
i raser river, ooupled with the whole-
; sale ki'.li.i'; of lish by these mammal .
I has been madi thi su 'eet of a memorial to fhfi .or.'iiicn -overnetiv
asking for n bounty for the. killing o*
these pests. The seals destroy thousands of dollars' worth of salmon
every season. At pres nt, the seals
having no marketable value, there :<
no Inducement to tuny one to destroy
them, consequently tht'r number !s
constant ly Increasing, and their d.*-
Btructive proclivities becoming   more
, costly to the country.
Alex.  Robertson  Married.
Alexander Robert-on, superintendent
of the Harrison   Lake   hatcliery, was
; married yesterd iy morning to Mis'.
Lucy Martin, of Tvnehetid, Rev. W.
ll. Barraclough officiating. The ceremony took place at the residence of
the bride's   father,    Edward Martin,
j the groom    1ip1*_t    supported    hy his
brother,   W. C.   Robertson.     Misses
_nnie Martin    and  L.  M.    Thornton
were Ihe brld��-mi_di,      After n  hon-
fvmoon spert visiting the const cities.
��� Mr. and Mrs. Robertson v*Ili take up
I their residence at Harrison Lake.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THU*SDAV, APRlL .
L  '��� 1905.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO  RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.   ETC.
Advertising may not bring visible  results every week in proportion to its cost, any moro that
Man    wants    but    little    here    below���but he will  have  to  advertise  if he expects to get it.      Advertising may not bring visioie  results every week in prop.rti   1 to us c-s-., any moro that
advertising as a selling help stands squarely on all fours there is no longer any doubt.      "When  the dimpled   baby's  hungry,  what  does  the   baby do?      It doesn't lie serenely and merely  sweetly   COo';   th^r' ^   'hst
bellows with all its little might till  some one gives it sometning to curb its appetite... The infant with the bottle which  stills its fretful  cries, a  lesson   plainly   teaches ���it   pays   to  advertise."  ��� nJ,. '��� Un9ry b*%
C3S��   Rec��rd Herald.
PERSONAL
WHY REMAIN SINGLE?���We can
tind a congenial lhe companion tor
any respectable man or woman,
.end stamp for particulars. Western Development League, Box 1301,
Vancouver.
WANTED.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED COTTAGE
or housekeeping rooms, close In.
Address R. C. Stanley, Windsor
Hotel.
THE I'KARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eletcrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
phone 331, P. 0. box 928.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster,
TEACHER WANTED���FOR COM-
mon school, this city, to begin work
after Easter holidays. Applications
will be received until noon of April
1st.      Robert Lennle, secretary.
LOST.
I iQS T���PA IR DOC SKIN, FLEECE-
lined gloves, in postoffice on Sunday afternoon. Return to Daily
News offlce.
FANCV   POULTRY,   EGGS,  ETC,
ARTHUR O'CONNOR, POULTRY
breeder, 10ID Eleventh street, nnd
Sixth avenue, New Westminster. P.
O. box VI',. Pure-bred Cockrels Cor
sale, Barred Rocks, White, Brown
and Buff Leghorns, .-to.; eggs for
hatching. Wr(te your requirements.
FOUND.
FOUND���Columbia River fishing boat.
For particulars apply P. O. Box 118.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���Westminster water frontage, 50 acres bottom land, close to
new tram line, North Arm Frnser;
good depth of water, $600 per acre.
Apply "Owner,'' Box 537, New
Westminster.
KOR SALE���LOTS; OWNER WILL
���sell two big lots on car line; price
$350 the two; cash $25, balaice $10
per month.      Box 922, city.
ROOMS TO RENT.
EOR   RENT���FURNISHED   HOUSE-
keeping rooms, 832 Royal avenue.
ROOMS TO LET IN THE BURR
Block���These rooms have been entirely renovated, freshly papered,
heated with hot water, gas and electric lights ln each suite, all outside
rooms with good light, prices mod-
orate. Dominion Trust Company,
Ltd., Agents.
ToTtENT���ONE LARGE Fl'RNiSH-
ed bedroom, also one small one.
Terms reasonable. Apply 2^7. Victoria street.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AlTDITlNGrACC(-L'NTlNG"ANn SVS-
teniizing. Guinn & Fuirley, phone
1117. 48 Flack block, Vancouver,
B. C.
FISH AND GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P.  O.  Box Sli.
HOME  MANUFACTURE.
MRS.~RUNACRES, 216~SIXTrT ST.
opp. Queen's Avenue Church-
Home-made sausages and rolls, _ea,j
cheese, etc.
LIVERY STABLE.
RrN(_nuP~2_0_FOR HACKsT AND
smart turnouts. The Fashion Stables.
LAUNDRY.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
HENRY'S   NURSERIES ���  PACI-.C
Coast tested seeds, trees, plants, bee
supplies, etc. 3010 Westminster
road, Vancouver, and branch nursery at  South Vancouver.
PROPERTY  FOR   SALE.
PAPER   HANGING AND  DECOR
ATING.
HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER.   ROuM
Mouldings, Burlaps and Sanitas;
house painting, ka. omining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
ROYAL CAFE, (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, lish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or I ie, tea, coffee er milk
FOR SALE���30    acre    farm, 5 miles
from  New    Westminster on  Fraser
river,  never    Hooded,    drained and
fenced, good house and barn, ready j
for crop; boats call at wharf daily; j
railway within half a  mil..;   schools
and etc., close.      Cash    $1500;  bal-
ance in three years,     Cook & Ross,
323 Front street, opp. Market, Now J
Westminster.
FOR SALE���"Riverview,'' City oFnIw I
Westminster;  3 lots in Alberta st., I
1 corner lot, 133x60, 2 lots, 133x40; !
price $1000; cash $250, balance 6, 1_
and IS months.   Cook & Ross, 323
Front    street,    opp.    Market,  New
Westminster.
KENNY'S I.l.STAURANT * CAFE
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.
ROLLER   RINK.
PYTHIAN SKATING RINK, New K-
of P. hall, Eighth and Agnes streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 11'; afternoon, 2:3d to 5; evening, 7:30 to 1".
Admission 10c;  Skates, 25c
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE   SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and  suburban   property.
260 Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
ROYAL CITY LAUNDRY, ROYAL
Avenue and Bltickie Street. Now is
the time to get curtains and blank-
eta ready for spring. Ring up phone
183.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. BAND SIR
veyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER-,
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Street, opposite
the Court House. P. O. Box 196.
Telephone 64
HALE BROS. <_ CO., LTD., REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia St.. P. O. drawer 100.
TO RENT���House on Sixth stre.;, $17
per mon Hi.
ABBOTT & HYDE. (V.H.C. ABBOTT
Manager). Real estate. Insurance,
loans, notaries putiiic, conveyances.
238 Columbia Street. P. O. Ikx 217.
Phone 321.
WADE, WHEAIJ.ER ��� McQUAKKIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
<Phone 143). and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 40S Hastings Street west.
C. HAMBER, ACCOUNTANT AND
Auditor, Notary Public, Convey-
Sneer. Room Is, Brine Block. New
_    Westminster.    P. O. Box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
F. NASH. li. C. LAND SURVEYOR.
5 and 6 Hamley block. New West'
minster,
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE 5CHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill  plants  and  specifications pre-
I    pared.
MUSIC.
PARCEL DELIVERY.
RING UP PHONE 185 FOR QUICK
delivery of Parcels, etc. Reasonable
charges; quick service. Royal City
Parcel Delivery.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of    job  printing;     best work
reasonable prices,    phone 55, P. O.
box 142.    Daily News Block, Sixth*
street.
EDWIN G.  W. SAIT. ARCHITECT���
Golchon Block.    Telephone 338.
GARDINER & SHERRIFF, ARCH1
tects, Gulchon block. P. O. Box
772.      Pho_a 232.
I MRS. C. C. FISHER, ex-pupil of Carl-
lotta  Ant.lli, R, A. M., London, Eng.,
I and of G. F. Sims, Mus. Bac, Oxford,, England, will give lessons in
singing and harmony.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
S. J. RITCHIE, ARMSTRONG BIXlCK
(over Johnston's shoe store). Carbon and platinum portraits, interior
J. ,1. JOHNSTON, DI'i'ONT I;i.O('K,
Columbia street, phone 169.
FOUR and a half acre block on
the North Road, only a mile and
n half from ear terminus, Sapperton; prices and terms verj reasonable.
ROYAL CITY REALTY COMPANY,
Columbia istreet, near tram Office,
phone 433. Real estate and insurance.
FOR RENT���We have 17 acres of
good bottom land all cleared and
under the highest state of cultivation, caii.ii.le of producing IB to 20
tons of potatoes or onions per acr<\
at $20 per acre: 1-4 cash and balance when crop is harvested.
WE HAVE 4 nice lots one-ha f block
from Columbia street at the sacrifice price of $300 each, 1-3 cash;
balance 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, _4 months.
This is a snap.   Call quick.
WE HAVE 11 nice cleared lots in the
West End at $200 each. This Is a
snap you will have to pick up bef. r,.
breakfast or you Wlll miss it.
and commercial work, amateur I TWO DOUBLE come,-. |n the West
work- etO' , I     End for $200 each.      A snap.
REAL  ESTATE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. li. Brown, manager, P. O.' Box
556, plume 33 1.
6-ROOM HOUSE ON EIGHTH ST.,
electric  light.    $1500.   Easy  terms.
1 ACRE IN BURNABY CLOSE TO
car line; 15 minutes from city. $750,
term  .
PEERS & RAMSAY, REAL ESTATE
ami Insurance. Burnaby property a
.peclatly. Room 7 Hamley block.
p. (i  Box 158, phone .".61.
DIAMOND   &    OORBOULD,    SIXTH
stre.'
FOR    SALE    II -LF    MILE    . EST-
minsvr waterfront with trackage
only $6 a foot; will be worth $25 a
fool iii a years time. Compare
this with other prices.
Fi.R BALE���125-ACRE FARM LANG-
ley Prairie, all under high state of
cultivation; close to tram, school,
store, etc.. $130 an acre. Cheap at
$2bh an acre.
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
I-O.O.F,   AMITY;,,;,, ,.
are held ino J''*
1\ ���        -*z
. grand'    u''-  '
'   ['""' '  '   B.S-Re.
Rose    v. .,
fmirh   Wedl" I '   :. most.
" lv ";  ''   ''' street ai J
���
���at_jI
i
Bon-ell 1
CO
111
p.m.
We.lii'    :
time nnd plai
.filially      in vi
II. DIsi
pi'.v.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING.
FREEMAN
BUNTING,
ROOM
10,
Urine block
, ClarkBon street.     P
o.
Box 61'1.
A. O.  IT. W.    FF -EX0.il
Meetings  th.
day in each  ��� '
ren    cordis Ij    invited   to
Lodge room,   _. 0. I hall. 0dd-l
fellows' block, C
COURT BRUNETTE, XO 1099 I.0..J
���Meets the toui li Fri lay lu -\t\
month at *- o'clo . In th -:::aii|
hull,  Oddfellows
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Colum:,la street.    Phone  62.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLESJ
Aerie No. 20 Mei i everj T.j.Majl
evening al S ;��� m in tbe Eagles'!
hall. Columbia street \ fl_r_ W.|
Pres.; II   Schofleld, Secretary
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and .ooon<_-
hand goods. Speck & Ciandell,
near Tram offlce.
TAILORS.
GALV1N, 32 Sixth street; ladles' and
men's tailor. Exclusive patterns
in ladies' and men's suitings. Pressing and repairing, on short notice
Phone B350.
THEATRES.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND  DIS|
TRICT.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne street, w. N- Carty, manager
Special attractions provided during
the .season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
THE EDISON THEATRE. CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday an.l Friday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINVSTER WOODWORK 1 N< 1
Co.. hank, office and store finings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Wleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
LEARN   TO   DO
BANKING
No matter how small your business
Bay be have a bank account. The
nierchatint who has a batik account establishes his credit, has safety for his
oash, and pays his bills with cheque
in a busine-s manner. YOU are invited to opt>n an account ln
The Royal Bank of tanada
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER  $50,000,000
New Westminster, B. C. Branch, F. B.
Lyle,  Manager.
Take  notice  that  th-   undei -v.i
Intends to apply to tne hon. the oomj
niissloner of lands for perml     . |
lease the    undermentioned   lands ll
New Westminster distrii t:
commencing at  a pi mt -here II
section line (prolon	
and west between Elections seven (ll
and eighteen (18), Intersects th w-J
erly   boundary  uf  lot  505, I    I    'f
vi. New Westminster district; thenc|
westerly 100 f.-t. :1c nn '
easterly parallel t(l ine we ' < >i
southerly bounda y oi tl -ail I'I
505 to the centre line (prolon, * *
ning north and south tnorugh -.'Ctiol
eight (Si, township en- (1). -NeJ
Westminster district; thence ����t|
150 feet, thence easterly parallel ��l-l
the said southerly boundary ol till
said lot 505 to a point lmme��attl
south of the point wnere the cm���
line (prolonged) running east** "J
through section ten (10), Intereecfl
high-water mark; thence north a1(,Dl
the westerly boundary of said lot Ml
to the point where said centre line J
sectkm ten (10) Intersects hish-wt^
mark; thence westerly and northerl]
along tbe southerly and *wwrlj
boundary line of said lot 1105 to tbi
point of beginning, containing 'yfsuj
mation  60 acres more or l^s-
Dnter at White Rwk, B. C, F(*",;|
ary 23, 1909. E. W. LEESON
HENRY T   THRIFT, AgMt
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, Mew Y'ork, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City, A general
banking bnsiuess transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Ravings Hank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed al 3 pei ci n . per
annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Ci. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Cnoice  Hams  18c
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ana    Fifth Aven_e
PHONE   370.
BOWELL &  ODDt.  PrODnetor.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches l'or Ladles from $12.. .Iq
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
Cook & Ross
THE AUCTIONEERS
323  F-ont  8t.,  Opposite  Market,
Westminster.
New
and   1260  Granville   St.,  Vancouver.
LAND ACT.
New Wostminster Land District.
District cf Saywar-I.
Take notice thai I, C ff. f""1
of  Vancouver, oi upatlon farmer,
tend to apply Cor permission to r,m'
chase the following .1 " '"'��� m
Coiimi. ncing ai   i  :";I  |ll:tn
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watche i,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Croc-c-
c*o��OK)��o��o��ooeoeo*a.'*.-*eo*o o+o+o+o+o+c+otMc+a+o+n+c
I NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
Phould be consult.d If you want    o
.-cl' furniture or an unction condue    I.
Live  Stock  Implement auction b.ld[
every Friday morning on Westiuinv.Y ' southerly,    westerly      n.."1"'11'
Moiket;  and every Saturday morn, ng! easterly back to point of   """"J   ,,
on Vancouver market. mont  i__!n_ In the whole Isla
the north shoreof louthTwIaH
thence  following the shore   M*M
Jin*!
New cooking stove; ;* wagons, near-
ly new; 1 express wagon; 1 horse
mower  (new).
A quantity of new furniture half
price. Room 9, Hamley bleck. Key
at 3215 Front street.    Phone A48!*.
mont, taking iu the
tnlnlng 200 acres more er i<
C. w. PRESTON.
Dated Feb. 2nd, 1909
MAKE YOUR  APPEAL to �������� jji
through the columns of THE
NEWS.    The  Morning PaiW'
NEW  HOUSE OF   SIX   ROOMS
ON FOURTH ST., ABOVE SIXTH
AVENUE,   TWO   LOTS.    REASONABLE TERMS.
NOTICE.
Take notice that D. J. McQuarrie, of
New Westminster, B. c, occupation,
| electric  railway  manager,  intends  to
apply for permission to purchase the
following de.scribi-d  lands  In  the district of New Westminster:
Commencing at a post planted   at
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
IN
. Dominion Trust Co.
NOTICE.
New Westminster District
District of N,w Westminster.
Take notice, that Harriet frtf
Pitt Meadows, B. C. M��^^Lm\s\
rl .. lady, intends to JW'JJ^ H
p0tHfl
the    southwest    corner   <,f    lot  1.90, ' .Ion to    purchase
thence east to northwest, com..,. ���r k>1 {scribed lands: Comnjem ��8 w  fjJ
1368, thence south  to southwest cor-   planted at the southeast corne       j
T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
THE       DAILY
N   E W
iter's Heme  Paper. +043��jt0+O+OO+O+O+O+O+G*0 0*0*O*O��040*00^0*O��O*O*040
MONEY    TO    LOAN
ner of lot 997, thenoe southerly, westerly and northerly to point of commencement, containing ioo acres more
Or less.
DANIEL JOHN   McQUARRIE
Per ,1()HN F.  BA008
Dated Decembe. 19th, 1908,
Agent.
1020,  thence west 20 chains
south so chains, thenoe east ,,|
more or less to A gai"""' n'"n ^ J
thence northerly along "' ' ta!_-[
the po.t of commencement,
,,,,. m mm. -��S?JU
M. U OOHIIOK ' APRIL   1
THE   DAILY   'T^VS.
rtMOfl-
F0R RED RIVER BRIDGE.
Qder��) addn ssed to the un-
"    " . , k d on the envel
ih"    Red    Rive
elved tn  the of-
0
i.
gli.
���iu '
SIM STOBE OPENS HUllR.
fll PUBLIC IBIS jiOiiNite
PAGE THREE.
i
the   '
Issiom is  of    tne
tailway    until
nfii/Uilie'1'"'1 __________
:        n on the ��th day of April,
.i,.. construction uud erecUon
,90Mv .   bridge   and
��� ,     ���,  ii,  Red   river
��- ...,..���!���..,.   and
i<i "'I;
Winnipeg
St,  Boniface,
street,  to-
t   t00t ui Lombard
*   "���,-_  .radius   and   approach
Cover streel   in Winnipeg.
Cte tenders must be   submit-
L the substructure   with   other
Jitf per scnedule. and lor super-
''';", r',l..;ava  and   profiles   may   be j
.���. full ini .ruiatiun obtained at
a,'l     .l.U    lU , ,.
*    .. ;e 0f the chief engineer at Ot-
JU and also a. the offlce of  the
jjjtfiCl
.Mai.
During  the .,   ,..,      ���
"W  '"M:" '   I   en  opened  in
���N"w  U";'"'' I toda; h
formal  opi .���.���,,,.
Ump a s1""    ' ivd la  Alexan-
''"r  M":h""'   a   -Risen who  has  re-
fid;" iri NV*    -'   '    '   ter continuou.
ly for  17  yeai
Mr' Math' : the   .remit
formerly occupied    v     D,  Grossman
thoroughly  rel ,��� ..,,, nUp(1 up ;i;.
a stylish foot-, v emp0rium rul(, ���.,-
put in a lull line of the latest style,
of boots and shoes for ladles and g .,
tlemen. The tore itself is about 22
feet wide and 65 reel long, therefore
there is room for plenty of customers
UMBER OWNERS
UNABLE 10 AGREE _
j Former Clerk Who Claims j
Partnership in Big Hold- \
ings Seeks Aid of Court.    I
engineer   at    St
Boniface
Persons tendering are notified that
.������,: uill not be considered unless
mi, on tbe forms supplied hy the
rjonroissloners, which maj be had on
uplication to Mr. Hugh D. Lumsden,
,_.��� engineer, Otta.a, Ont., and W.
s r, poulln, district  engineer,   St.
j)o_ila-e, Man
j^j, tender   must   be  signed  and
,  :y all the parties to the ten-
| fa. and witnessed,   and   be accom-
pfu_eil by an accepted cheque on u
riamred bank of   the   Dominion   of
CaMda .nyable tu tue Commissioners
ol tU Transcontinental  Railway,  for
tti r.n ol (25,   for  ^.structure
pj other work as ,..-r schedule, and
Mr tbe sum of $25,000 for steel super-
itr-Cture and floor.
TV cheques    deposited     by     tbe
���Hi] whose leader la accepted  will
��( deposited tO  the credit   of   the   Re-
ej|w-G*>era] of Canada as security
In tte due and faithful performance
It the contract according to Its terms.
Cheques deposited by parties wnose
ttl<)��. are rejected will be returned
fithit t<_ days aft-r tbe signing of
tb. etntract.
TU right Is reserved to reject auy
|. a_ lldstaoin ���C   . .ogicOthe  ao
tenders.   By ord. r.
P. E. RYAN. Secretary.
|Tbe ivir.misslo.er. of the Tranacon-
UmbUI Railway.
U._ at Ottawa, Oth March, 1909.
SiWplpers   inserting    this  adver-
I-KBent without authority from the
eabsiflioners will not ve paid for it.
Fernie Man Bound for Asylum.
Fernie, Mai '��� i A Slav named
Victor Kost became violently Insane
on Sunday last, when he was gathi re |
ln by the policv He caused great < it-
citemeni on th.- Btreet, which he paraded on Sunday afternoon, ...Hing at
the toi> of hi- voice. Ile will be
taken to the asylum at New Westminster,
MADE IN CANADA
New Spring Goods for
ladies and Gentlemen
1 beautiful line  of   mateflal     for
���'���"; ''������ " i and suitings has
J-st arrived.
We piarantei a perfei t fit and good
nrtananahlp,
WING  YUEN
Kwenj On  Wo &  Co.   Block.
Columbia  and   Mclnnes   Sts.
P. O. Box 0-.ri.
PerfumeD
READY FOR USE w ^y QUMmrf7m
For .___j�� SOAP. ._.,,���_���, w������     *
Sold Strrtyuirrt '
E. VV. GILLETT CO, LTD.
Toronto, Ont,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Nffice 'PhOhe 185.     Baru   Phone 137
Columbia   Street
Baggage    delivered    promutiv    to
sny  pnrf of the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM   OEPOT.
Vu loouvei March 31.���An injune-
tlon wai obtained by William E.
Gri''" ''��� erne court chambers tins
"'""""*; rt trictlng Charles T. Dunbar from di posing of certain timb. i
leased worth b. tween u quarter and
I a half million dollars in which h-
c*a-ms thai he :, entitled to a half
int.-rest.
The application wus made ex-parte
by Mr. Macdonell, r. c., who read an
affidavit of the applicant stating that
I lie bud been a clerk in the department
of lands and works at Victoria and
that he was ind need to come over to
i Vnncouver and join Mr. Dunbar on
the undertaking that he would have
a half interest in the timber tt-.t
would be staked. A __rtain number
of leases were staked, amounting to
perhaps a quarter to a half million
dollars and Mr. Dunbar now repudiat-
ed any agreement of the kind.
Mr. Dunbar is in California at the
present time and would be there for
some weeks he understood, but the
matter could be contested on his return by an application to discharge i
the injunction. The injunction was
granted by Mr. Justice Clement.
The following were the special timber licenses issued to the defendants:
NOB.  18,216,  Issued on  or about  Sep-
|ten#.er  12,  1.06:   20.2S2 to 20,288  In-
[elusive, November 13, 1906;  21,066 to
21,074  inclusive,    December    4, 1906; I
21,925 to 21.'...to Inclusive, January 16, j
1907;  25,158 to 23,164 inclusive, Feb- !
rnary   6,  1907.    27.560,    February  in,
1907;  25.1G...    March 3,    1907;  28,90.,]
April 27, 1907.
���V.1 these licenses are issued on laud :
situate on or about the Mamquam river ia the district of New Westminster. I
The other licenses about which dispute arses are Nos. 25,776 to 25,782,
issued on or about March 10, 1907,
near Great Central Lake in the Clay-
oquot district, Vancouver island.
The Evely-Ford Sales Company have
smashed the prices on
Stevenson's Entire Shoe Stock
Sale starts Friday, April 2, and lasts
for eight days.
I
C.   P.  R.   WILL  ESTABLISH
MODEL GARDEN IN WINNIPEG
New Spring Goods
JUST   ARRIVED.
Exactly   the   n._t.-rial  you   want   for
suits made to order.   Perfect fit guaranteed.
MEE CHUNG
Merchant Tailor
P. O.  Box 634. New  Westminster.
Opposite  Windsor  Hotel,
P. O. Box 471.       Tel  53.       Res. 129.
Gasoline Engines
. Winnipeg, March 31.���Th,. c. P. R
bus decided to operate a model gard>n
this season on land which the companj
owns in proximity to Louise bridge,
All classes of vegetables and flowers
will be grown. Twenty acres of land
will be used for tht> purpose and m<-n
���aHi begta as Boon as the snow is
gone in getting it reaay for the crop.
A number of workmen will be engaged under the direotion ol Ro rl
Lloyd, on.- of the most expert garden-
eif, in the city. In the fall of tn,.
year. lurg.. greenhouses will be erected, which will be used for flowers, the
growing of winter vegetable-, and various other purposes. This feature ot
the experiment will probably be large
Ij extended In future years and bulb-1-.
etc., will be grown for the beautifies?
tion of the grounds of the company
ut many points in the west.
We have instructions from Mr. Robert Stevenson to
sell out his entire stock in
EIGHT DAYS
This includes every pair of shoes in the shop, and over
half of the stock is ALL BRAND NEW. There are
Shoes for men, Shoes for women, Shoes for children
���all to go at factory prices. It's like buying gold
dollars for 50c to 75c to get new shoes at these
Away-Down   Prices
Don't fail to be here with your cash on Friday morning at 9 o'clock. To miss these bargains means to pay
more at other stores.
REMEMBER  ITS THE
Evely-Ford Sales Co.i
SelUng out STEVENSON'S SHOE STOCK, Columbia Street.
We  Sell  the  Celebrated
\jjmjs the    I
\9sportunity j
Palmer
_RO_.TWO
AND FOl'R
CYCLE
GASOLINE
EN..INF.S
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cat
our order tor
tp    . HH X!      ..Westminster..
iaTeL.��seSe_s     "RON      W��RKS
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YOU     "PR-.,.
HRE^S THE   BUTTON,"
WE D�� THE   REST.
JOHN  REID,
Proprietor
H Westminster
RAILWAYS MUST
FENCE OFF LINEb
Ottawa, Man ll 31 Pl I--vl li ...
plaints have been made for many
months to the railway commission in
connection with defective fencing or
navfencing by railway companle ol
thi li i Ight-of-way, and thai the law
. .' guards was nol compiled .will As a result of Hi. e com
he railway commission todaj
Issued   ail   order   or.Lung   all   riilwi-
���   i .1 and maintain with.
ii a year, fences of medium height,
ng gav .. in farm crossings;
catth ��� .1 on each aide of the high,
ways nnd every rail level cn1 sing,
gilding  rates  built   before   1904   niav
NOW
idol thai
vou should | ' i I''
oinc     n  rt
and   put In
iHENry'S
^urseries
" 0,"��s. Gre
L"s. 3010 VV
"nhouses
and
^icou
____________ Sced
''stminstcr  Road
'B-v. Branch Nursery,
"^Hn
8outh Vancouve.
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Is the time
old   f iii-ii it in      ^^^^^^^^^
goods,
We  pay the highest possib!
for second-hand    goods
able   to  Sell  yOU almost
require In the way of furniture as well
las hundreds of other ��"''
new   and   second-hand
want  n  square deal all ���"''
prices
ami  we are
anything you
ure 1^^
-iiil articles,
When v��u
to
SEIGEL. COOPER & CO. TO
ESTABLISH   IN   WINNIPEG
Winnipeg,   .March   81.   -A   r imOi   is
iii circulation today that Belgel, Coop;
,  : _j Co., one of the biggest ni.-caiitil,<
houses In the United state-. Intel la
in   establish   a   brutish   at    Wir.
The great departmental itores of tin*1
company In Chicago and Ne* Veil.
me among tha largest on the continent.
_____________________
SPECK & CRANDELL'S
New and Second-Hand Store
.f ne*.
OLD COUNTRY   EMIGRANTS
BOUND   FOR   THIS   PROVINCE
YEE kee & CO.
TAILORS
Just   received
bicycles.
Repairing of  guns,
Winnipeg, March 81.���Four hundred
liritish  immigrants arrived  here this
^^^^^H     afternoon nnd 200 will be in tomorrow,
umbrelln    VP*" Three thousand emigrants are BO'S OB
B   hlpmeni
writers
ery
and  llghl auton
���t Ho
we-itrnuister.
Alex. Speck
, .     ....      .,��� ,,   the Wheel.
Columbia St.   "Man on
at|e iiuieiiin*! their way here from the old eountry,
and as  1000 have already arrived, the
-...son him opened well.    Pour-flftli
of these go on farther wesi. and Quite
a number to British Colum' In
RECORD SPRING  RUSH
TO   PACIFIC   COAST
Chicago, March ::i. A-, Indicating
tho heavy movement of colonist traffic this year officials of the Harrlman
Pacific lines, including the Oregon
loads, estimate the volue to ilia:
territory by the end of the nexl month
ai   70,000 again it  less than  38,000 a
vt'lir ago.
The record spring movement, tor
colonists was in liuiT. wnen i>*v!.o
were carried wesi in March and April
In the lir-i tour day- of March l-ii_
colonists wvni west through the
Siiiiibein Pacific gateway, i.i Paso, nii,i
0 'i.. is compared with 788 B year
ago,
OTTAWA IS OPPOSING
GRAND TRUNK HOTEL
Ottawa, Marcb in.-The board or
control yesterday adopted a resolution '
asking the fed-ral government to can- I
cei the sale of n site on Major Hill
park to the O. T, P, tor a hotel   site.)
Tbey also asked tor ihe removal of an
unsightly green fence put around thej
site  when  the  railway company  said
they werp goinc to erect the hotel.
This 1�� | in �� phase of the long-
drawn-out proceedings ..'tween the
city and the railway company, which
has been also the subject of debate In
parliament,
A Bag of Cement
bought here will be found entirely (ree from powdered clay
and other cheapening lilling.
That means the cement will go
farthi r and last bi Iter than the
"lllli d" .inds. If you have had
experience you know It pays to
buy tbe beat b d ding materials.
To obtain the beat you'll be wi ���
come here. We don't handle
anj  other Kind.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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Electric Railway Service j
Judgeship  for   Liberal   Leader.
Winnipeg, March ,'U.���Hon.    c.   j
Melkle,   lender  of   the  opposition   in
the    provincial legislature,   is t(, i,e
appointed county  court  judge of the
I northern judicial district and win ba
I succeeded as leader of the opposition
; by C. Norrls. member for Lansflowrre,
Interurban  Line.
Cms   for   Vancouver   and way
-tatlons   will   run   every half
hour  from  5: r>0  a, m. Last
i ar li ive-. at n p. m.
I... II   car leaves   Vatieouvir  Bl
11:30 p.m.
Cars  Pave   the   depot .every
twenty   minutes   for  both   Sap
perton and oity limits ov. r the
cit.- line.
City Line: Cars leave train
offlce on the hour, twenty mln-
Ute after, and forty minute'
ttf!  ". ' '.'inn. nclng at fi:20 a. m.
Sapperton Lme: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes afti .-
the hour, commencing at C:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly b"-
���' ��� ��� n SV10 a. in. and 11. p. m.
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THE   DAIL_   NEW8.
THURSDAY
APRIL
The Daily News AHKESTS FULLOIV HA1D lii.
Z^TJr^riZiJtZ. HAUNT OF HEVOUITIONISTS
corner of Sixth and Front streets, Xew  .
Westminster, B. C.
 ���-~-  ���~~~.-       St.  Petersburg, .March 31.���The l>o-
E. A. Paige Managing Director  lice   officers   of  St.   Petersburg   nave
nipped in the bud a plot to start an
uprising in the caucus, Yesterday
they arrested 70 men, including several array officers, who as mem'cers of
a revolutionary organ were engaged
in providing arm-., ammunition uud
funds for the movement.
-V largo number of military rllles
and .several thousand cartridges discovered at the caucus fell into the
hands of the authorities. The raid
was made in the centre of the city
in the Nevasky Prospekt, where the
band already had secret headquarters.
The police obtained signed documents
betraying all the details of the move-
niii.ii.
"GET THE HABIT"
Colgate's
Talcum Powder
THURSDAY,  APRIL  1,   1909.
SPECIAL TODAY
20c
PER BOX
Read This Carefully
l.v.
.Are you looking for a cozy six-room cottage; If so I can recommend on
street, Sapperton.     The house is" practically new, and is built on a nicely
,He's walk from the car line.   As the party owning this loi is leaving the
this property for $1200;  half cash, and the balance on terms to arrange.
and worthy of your enquiry.
1 have had listed with me a dandy residential lot on the north .side ,,f Regi-
ond and Third streets, and as the price la only $125, this should be nipped up quickly.
located lot, le8eth��nn *�����*
city I am ������������        anan"u-
'ihi- !ed to offer
A WHOLESALE CENTRE.
That New Westminster Is now growing and extending at a rapid rate is
a circumstance with which every one
of her citizen- must be famll.ar, it
is no Jess certain that in the near lu-
turL- the rate of development will be
far more rapid. It is highly probable
that the next three years will witness
an increase of population at the rate
of four thousand per annum, ur, in
other words, the ratio of Increase will
tbe double that which nas prevailed as
a very safe estimate in. view of the
progress of the past a_u the conditions
thai will Influence the expansion of
the city in the near future. The various municipalities and settlements
outside Mie urban boundary are also
displaying a lively rate of growth,
Numerous sites at Burnaby, Burnaby
lake, Central Park, toDurne and other
places similiarly near, that have for
some time been upon the market In
blocks of from live acres upwards,
have been acquired by capitalists and
are being subdivided into city lots,
which are already moving off rapidly
at enhanced prices. All this points to
the conclusion that vast 'populous residential districts will very soon encircle the Royal City.
With tlie peopling uf new settlements and extended residential area.
there wi. naturally follow the establishment of stores and shopping centres. _n__ wituin a very short time
there will ue a condition of commercial actlv.ty in and around New Westminster city far and away in _xee.-s
of anything tnat has hitherto been experienced, lu tact \. would not perhaps be too conservative an Estimate
to place the increased commercial
turnover in tlie New Westminster district at  twice its present volume.
We ask why, in-the name of all th.*u
is wonderful, this \_ry considerable
i.\.sure oi local trade should De transacted through Vancouver ;md not in
New Westminster itself'.' How is it
tint, there is such a lack of iialti.tive
and enterprise us to access.tate tbe
man*, huge b tores In the Royal City,
as well as those in aic outside districts, having, even at the present
time, to depend upo��_ outside whole-
Bale bouses. Surely this is a matter
of such commercial importance as io
merit the immediate attention ol a
reputable wholesale firm.
New   Westminster    is already    ,he
market  centre for   the  produce  of a I
tract  of  country  Lturuireds  of  square I
miles in extent and there is every iea-1
son  why  ibis  thriving and    growing
city should also be the polnl of whole-
Bale supply for the commercial needs
of thv same district.    It is indeed the j
really natural centre for such a pur-'
pose.    Tlie  city  is  in direct   railway '
and   road  communication    wltb    the,
niunicipalites aud  settlements   dotted '
alcng  the northern  Fraser  valley, as |
wuil as wth Surrey nnd Delta on the
south,  whilst in the  near  future  the
latter, with the populous district- ol
Langley,     Matsqui,     Sumas   and   the
thriving   town of Chilliwack   will  be
linked up with it by the new car line
Of   the   B.   C.   E.   H.     At   present all
these prosperous Fraser valley settle-.
ments, both up and down the river, are j
well served by the excellent   Lout s r- '
vices of tlie Ramona, the Transfer and !
X... ions other well known freight boats.;
Throughout the numerous settlements
in   Uie  Fraser valley are  many  well
established stores, whilst new trading
depoti  ar..  constantly  being opened,
as one locality and another gets Bet-
tied up.
There   need  be   in,  question about'
tlie   BUPporl   that   would   |���.   glvi n   to ',
a wholesale house established In -New
Westminster.   It would be welcomed !
with open arms, if we maj so express
it, by
the
forme
its means, be relieved  of all  the In-1
convience, trouble and delay, as well !
as the cost of extra freightage which
ihey have now to put up with.   To the
numerous large lumber and construe- j
tion camps scattered over the district !
such an establishment would also be
welcome,     It  is  plainly  evident  that
the time has come when the city and
the New Westminster district can no |
lunger  afford  to  be  dependent  upon I
Vancouvei for its wholesale supplies
and  It  I*-'  sincerely to be hoped that j
lu t1-!   near future its needs in  this '
]������ pi ef will be adequately met by the '
<|.'ir'i.r of a first class establishment
ir our midst.
Two Kings Will Meet.
Madrid,    Marcli    31.���Kind    Alfonso
lias left for San Sebastian, for an exchange of visits  wiih   King Edward,
Mho ls at Biarritz.
New Wall Paper
JUST ARRIVED.
50 per cent, off on all remnants.
Doane, Bailey & McKay
(Successors to E. W. Cook)
Front   St.,  Dominion   Trust
The Fair
240 Columbia Street.
We btiv for cash and sell for the same
Ho! For Ladner
MOONLIGHT   EXCURSION,  SUPPER
AND CONCERT FOR $1.00.
i  l   Tuesday, April Gth, at  6:30  p.m.
STEAMER   TRANSFER
will  make a special    trip  to  Ladner
carrying passengers    for    the Gaul's
Una Cantata  (15  voices), and mixed
program
CONCERT
to be given at Ladner by the Queen's
Avenue choir, and other local talent
under the direction of Messrs. T. K-
Pearson and Wm. Hicks.
The  steamer  will   return  after the
concert, about 12. midnight.
$1.00 for the round trip, including concert and supper.
Tickets can be obtained from F. Mc-
Ki nzie's   drug   store,   I).   S.   Curtis'
drug store, and  from T. R.  Pearson,
Building, i Dominion Trust.
a Sec
.balance on  easy  terms.    For an investment with every prospect for a quid  ;:; ,���J.f'' f0Wn' :>n<l
you can't do better than seccure this early Monday morning.     Th, -ot ���   ,;,.y ^.   . """"mur
cleared.     Speak quickly if you want this lot, 'tactically
J. J. JOHINSTOIN
DUPONT BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONE   169.
"THlBlllim
+++++++++++++++++++++44444444++++++++++++++++++++++++
X HAVE   YOU   TRIED
{Premier  Flour?
���
T If not, ask jour grocer for it at once, and be sure that you get PRE-
J MIER, as there is no other flour to equal It on the market.
J PREMIER FLOUR is becoming a household necessity.     If your
J dealer does not  stock it, 'phonP  Us    and  we will    deliver it  to you
Y ourselves.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA STREET.      p. o. Drawer 100.
Shirts
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YOUR CHOICE OF A WINDOW
FULL OF $1.25 AND $1.50 W., G. _
R. AND TOOKE BROS., LTD., MAKE
TO CLEAR FOR
THE  SHIRT
THESE   ARE   SOFT   FRONT   GOODS
AND   ALL   GOOD     WASHING   PAT
TERNS.       TAKE   A   LOOK  AT OUR
WEST   WINDOW.       YOU'LL   BUY.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
SOLE AGENTS FOR  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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First get her answer���then come to Me.
My   Rings for engagements   she   surely should $��*
Diamonds and  Rubies, Emeralds���Pearls.
For pleasing the tastes of Westminster girls.
-Mill
PLEASE!
Shoes
ail" Of i!     CHAMBERLIN.  The Jeweler
Today ? f'Ving Cleaning
These are Busy Shoe Days
with us.
i- a
Blssell's   Carpet Sweeper
great help    to the housewife In  Spring cleaning time.
We also have Jap-a-lac, Hap-a-
lac, Liquid Veneer, etc, for
brightening up the furniture,
Call in and inspect our stock.
GREAT BARGAINS IN MEN'S
Spring Shoes
fi
g T.J. TRAPP & CO.
_fi
��33 MUTTON,
P_
VEHI. FUifK
l,yi:Z,Zff:rz j�� Ladies will he interested in our new lines of Patent tj
 """""'"""""'  "r Jg Leather and Tai   Oxfords.   See our windows for"4
Fresh   Pork    Sausages  daily.
Best  of  Farmer's  Pork.
Tacoma Caveln  Kills Man.
Taioma. March 30.���George S. Pres
I..   aged 23 years, was -mothered t
Heath   ill  a   cavein    uu    North   1'iiion   y^���j-��_
street   yesterday  afternoon.
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Meat Market
SPECIAL PRICES
Phone 192
MCMENEMY _ M__i.S.I\
Columbia St.
JOHNSTON Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sic;n of the Big Elect, i
T'-,E   I ARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C
New Westminster,'B. C.
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PAGE __V
CHILDREN'S
AND
MISSES'
STRAW, ETC.
NTS
A HALF PAGE FULL OF COOD BUVING NEWS 0- spR|NG ^
Household
Furnishing
s
VERY LOW-PRICi_I)
The bus); housewife is now or will shortly be starter,
Spring cleaning. To you we have very ihtereS
news. Read every word of this advertisement it
means money-saving-to you that you never thou���ht
possible.   READ:
White ana Cream Madras Muslins
at 35c per yard
L    IS    GETTING    MORE     AND     MORE     POPULAR     EV
ILE   CURTAINS.   OF   PLEASING APPEARANCE   ANO W
- WHITE AND CREAM.  0NLV  ,.    -���   _T ,������ * .
-��_._-..  '  *""���'  ��     "O    44     INCHES     W
MADRAS   AS   CURTAINING   MATERIAL    IS   GETTING    MORE
YEAR I   THEY MAKE NICE  SERVICEAB
WELL     WEHAVE  ABOUT 10 PIECES.  ���n,,_ ano CREAM.   ONLY 36    TO ��� ���_.       ."	
PLAIN AND TASSELED.      REGULAR 50c PER YARD, GOING FOR  PER YARD W'DE:
mm    35c
ERY
EAR
65c, 75c, and 85c Colored Madras
for 50c per yard
THISISTHE WHOLE RANGE OF OUR  NEW COLORED MADRAS    ALREADY     W.      ���.___   _.���_
FROM THE MANUFACTURERS  THAT  ANOTHER   SHIPMENT   ,S BEING SENT IMJ       ��   ��
TO MAKE ROOM FOR IT.    THERE  ARE  SOME SHORT  LENGTHS   _Lt   THF   aJ_o E HAVE
���.���FROM 7 TO tl YARDS.     , rt _ COLORS ARE BEAUTIFUL.     M^Y     HANDSOMtW_v LENG���
FECTS ANO CATHEDRAL  DESIGNS.     REGULAR 65c, 75c. AND^.c        GoTg  ^.   ^RD     .     . .Si
5ome Very Handsome Sash Muslins
���   /n Madras
WE HAVESOME VERY HANDSOME SASH    MUSLINS    FRILLED   WITH   LOOPS   ALL     READY   TO
PUT ROD THROUGH.      PR ICES 25c, 35c AND 50c PER YARD.
Sash Muslins at 12 l-2c yard
CVER 10 PIECES  HANDSOME SASH   MUSLINS
30c AND 36 INCH   WIDE.      ON  SALE  AT     .12 1
2c
Swiss and Bqbinette at 221-2 yard
pieces of frilled coin spot muslin, so inches wide:    3 pieces swiss muslin 41 in
1es wide. ano _ pieces frilled bobinette, 33 inches wide.     regular 35c and 40c
UNG FOR
CHES
GO
40c
22 1-2c
for one
$2.75 Lace Curtains for $1-75
Grand Showing of Art Muslins and
Crettonnes
20 PlECCS
^ YARD. NEW   ART  MUSLINS   AND   GOBLIN   ART   DRAPERIES GOING AT 8c,  10c.   15c AND
City News
��� ���   '���    Smith navtng resigned,
he will  be succeeded by H. Doyle in
jibe ( v   ;ir,. brigade today.
first-c'ass cut now... and   any
:' ' ral      work,      telephone
house. B208. *���
N thing bill strictly moral, amusing md educational pictures exhibited
at the Crystal Theatre. **
.
'���   ���   Mark Leo, a converted Jewish
|   la* Will      vik at   the Free Meth
od!    chapel, Eighth street, ibis evening, a   7: 15 p.m
r.eott Bishop Dart Will consecrate tl
church,     Areftdeac . .lentreath win
preach in the evi nin        The off<
will be mad.- for tl ling fund.
J. M. Hamilton si
old Scotland with ail the spirit of bis
race.     (ipera Hon. e  April Tib.        **
The best companj of jubilee siai
traveling todaj le th�� V lliams, ai I
Opera House, Tuesday, April 6th
Gir.'ird Clute, who \ias api.ro...
by the Mohawk Lacrosse team i
V&iil for his services .his r-oming
season, has decided to remain in
Westminster. Alex. Robertson, tbi
other local man sought by tin* Saintly
City club, wm probably go east.
Have you got    oui
Be ttisfc concert?
tickets for the
**
Re-
���'.     '. ; appearance is an invaluable
11 asset, not a luxury, but a necea   .
Rii-    t]   i       and let us renovate
; cloth, s.     Royal Civ  Dye Work*     **
Mrs, A, i:  Kelltogton will receive a1
: her   .    li 501 Queen's avenue, on
Tuesdaj   next, and  il.'.'. after on  the
first Tin sday of each month,
Do not fall to r. n I the real en
mad propertj foi sale a   ; on i la sttled
page -.     They will save miu money]
! I and time. *** '
All   Westmlnsti r   will    be al   the
Scottish  concert  in  the Opera  Hoii'-e
; April Tth. **
Tomorrow  evening the grand mas-
ter   of   tlie   B.   C.   Oddfellows   I*.   T.
| Fultcti,  will   pay  un   official  visit   to
Royal City lodge.
The Williams Jubille Singers al the
Opera H .use, Tuesday, April 6th, un
der ioisj.il..-. ot Knights of Pythias.
Hear them. **
.1. s clute and Marshal'. Sinclair,
who I iva formed a partnership us
real . 'ate agents, with office? in the
premises formerly occupied by T.
Mowbray, commence business today.
For table decoration? ami wedding
Iiiii.].: i -a specialty. Ring up Tidy.
the Florist, 1S4 *���
Bargain prices prevail at Fales' big
] furniture store, corner Agnes and Mc-
| Kenzie streets. **
Th. death has taken place of Thorn-
as .1. Woods, of Kensington Prairie,
a farmer, at the age of 17. The funeral taki - place today to Surrey centre.
. lieai the Vi Mam. Jubilee Singi rs
in tlu-ir plantation melodies at tb<'
Opera House Tuesday evening, April
6th. ������
Advance tickets for the Son b
con., rt, Barclay inu.l Adam and mem
hers of committee. **
At St. Andrews unwise yesterdaj
William John Bayce was married to
Miss   Martha   Helen    Sinclair,  by  the
Kev. ,f. 8, Henderson.    The oeremony
wis private     Mr. and Mrs. Bayce wil
reside  on  Thirteenth  street.
Wight thousand people listened to J.
M. Hamilton in New York. Be one
to give the company a rousing reception here. **
Fred. Barclay, the comic, will brighten the concert at the Opera House.
April 7. ���*
The new Anglican    church, St. Ai-
ban's,   Burnaby.   will   be  opified   this
evening.      Bev   H.  Flennes    Clinton,
of   Vancouver,  will  preach,  and  Holy j
Trinity choir will assist.     On Sunday
Scottish    concert  April    Tth.
seats, 73c al  Ryall's.
There will b. a me ung of the la-
ci-o.-fic club on Thursday nlghi 8
o'clock, at      a ��� ore. **
rhe ii \a vi... ;,. tl Vi Ider, which
bei n built to v ... thi J. r
... it on the Ice In Hai
river last winter, has now been launched     Tlie  boat  belongs  to  ihr   Chll.l-
wack Freighting and Towing compan;
���. and will resume the old run between
Harrison and  Chilliwack landing.
Sale ol i ��� i : . ats for Scotch concert begins Saturday at RyaH's Drug
Store. **
Miss Ethel \..-'i. i ;��� three years a
telephone operator in this city, left the
service of the B, ('. Telephone Company yesterday,   and   will   spend the
| next two Weeks pf-parb *o   -
| seam for her marriage to G_*   - vpson,
which takes place on April 15.     Mis*
\ash  wns one of   the mos.    popular
ag ladies in the local exchange.
earn ....-��� at ��� ���- ��� \
.... thi ��� '��� ... n.e i ��� morning upon the expiration of hi notice.
He bas been an energetic and resourceful officer, and will '��� ed
from the local force. At the presenl
time it. is not the intention to appoint
. successor to take control ol the
I  patrol.
Hat Carniva     \  hai   ��� a will
take place in the Pythian Rink.
Thursday night. April 1st. Th re
will be two cash prizes for tl
and smallest hai worn. Thi aft. r-
noon prices have dropped to ten cents
admission, fi_t<vn cent- for skate.;
also that Prof. Boutler wil held those
who are behind in two-stepping dur-
(ing the afternoon session.
Owing to th. mizath
.incial   pollCi    office     i- city,
Chief ('on sta Spain    r.-v . d  from
a.
thai   position, and  wiii be 'ed
to another department in i'
vice.     Constable Wilkie will be Beaitor
.  ... and    will    : e   assisted by
Rennie, as junto?Officer,    The
|l        office will    be    controlled  from
; Vancouver through    Chief    Constable
Co! n Campbell.
i; serve April 6th and go to the
Opera Houfee and bear Mr . Williams,
01 the Williams ,lu>bilee Singers, sing
"So  Long Mary."
Springtime Sewing
Yes, but to do it right, have a Stand
ard Sewing Machine. See our new
arrivals and the carpets thi& machine
will ,ew. Drophead with al| attach,
ments. WE MAKE AWNINGS TO
WORK  RIGHT.
I fTi t-. >
I      ���> .'.    Kit   '..       .l.V
W. E. FALES
The Furniture Man, Upholsterer and^iSeil
Cor. Agnes and McKenzie Sts.. opp. Library
PHONE   176,   NIGHT  CALL  .1.
Phone 97
When you want   f  <���
ROCERIES
13  C. cream, large can 2 for 23t
St. Charles ereifln, large can, 2 foi25c
I. iv y cream, large i an. _ for ��� ��� . .23c
Milk (Blue Ribbon), per can ���10c
Assorted Jama, regular pi - - ��� tot,,
3 for  cn-
BUTTER.   EGGS,  and   NO.  1.   POTA
TOES AT LOWEST PRICcS.
Adams&Deans
In...
New Range of Crettonnes at 15c yard   \ |\0 W
B0X COVER-; URENT  PATTERNS   IN   FURNITURE   CRETONNE   FOR   DRAPES,   COSY   CORNERS,
 1    ETC      ON   SALE AT, PER YARD    / 15c
^ Art Sat<*ns for Quilts and Drapes
LYNEWnpI,!.ERNS T0  SE>-ECT FROM;   HEAVY SATIN  FINISHED   WITH   NUMEROUS   ENTIRE
��w-   ueB'QN8      pER  YARD 20c. 25c AND 35c
mit/ine Bed Pillows at $1.25 each
For              ITH   QEST  TICKING, GOOSE FEATHER FILLED.   REGULAR       PRICE    $150.         NOW
--^^^^        $1.25
Hemstitched Pillow Cases 20c each
" 42 i|.|r
^ EACH- Nnv!_ES W'DE  NICELY HEMSTITCHED, OF SUPERIOR O JALITY COTTON.    REGULAR
^^^^E^CH...       20c
$2.50 Hemmed Sheets for $2.00
'��  6 H c _���
"Hh^ HEMMED READY FOR USE; WILL FIT LARGE DOUBLE BED.    GOING FOR $2.2.
I H. SMITH'S House Cleaning Sale
FRUIT GROWERS' TREE SPRAY
ENGLISH  BLUE   STONE
WHALE OIL SOAP
CONCENTRATED   LYE
PARIS GREEN
QUASSIA  CHIPS
ARSENATE    OF    LEAD
SIMMERS   SEEDS
TORONTO   PARK   LAWN   GRASS
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Travellers, Read This!
The Railway Passengers' Ast-urance Company, London, England,
is not only the oldest accident insurance company in the world, but
it has become famous for its primpt and liberal settlements, a* *he
following letter will show:
A. W. MoLHOD, March  11.  IW��.
Agent hallway Passenger..   Assurance Co.,
City.
Hem  Sir    [ beg to ac.now.'c,|_..  receipt  of check In full  payuvMt
of my  claim for iiccld. .t which occurred to mc In fanuary last wh..-
playing hockey at Burnaby lake
Although my claim was only put forward a (ow unys ago, I have
already received a settlement, a id thank you  l'or the prompt  man  i ���
In which It has li-��.n dealt with.
(Signed) p. RE10KBNBAOH.
The Railway Passengers' Assurance Company Insure against accidents and sickness of all kinds, their polioi��s being the most liberal
and their premiums low. Before starting on any railway journ.y or
other hazardous undertaking  let me place a policy for you.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL    $1,000,000
RESERVE 3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID. OVER  ..
30.000,000
drug store    I ALrRtQ    W.    McLEOD!
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Headquarters  for  Spectacles  from  50
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PAGE SIX.
tHE Daily jews.
THURS.a,
APRIL
_. Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is Raining In favor every day.    Our output last year was double the
preceding one.   The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
������������hi
Rubber Balls from 5c up
Lacrosse  Sticks 35c up
Ease  Balls   . ,
Gioves ami ".;
Bats	
Masks,   Body
 'Oc up
i.'s 40c up
 20c up
Protectors,   etc.
AT
MOREY'S
Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LANO   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the north portion 17 by 5 chains
i. 1-2 acres) of subdivision 12 and
the north portion 10 by chains (5
acres!, of subdivision 13 of Lot 79,
Group 1, map 5I1G. New Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate Of title number 2720F, issued in
tlie name, of Charles F. Sprott, Lucy
Christine Sprott, Francis Kaia Schou,
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
.t the expiration of Otle month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, un-
less In the meantime valid objection
he made to me in writing.
C, 8. KEITH,
1 llstrlct Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry office, New Westminster, B. C, March 22, 11.09-.
��� - " ��� ��� B	
LAND f.EGlSl'RY ACT
HON. W. TEMPLEMAN
IS HELD IN ESTEEM
INQUEST HELD ON VICTIM    .
OF B. C. E. R. FAT .III I
WWW ..f.4*.**.>....wkw4>t*www\^lH
Clute & Sinclai,
W. E. Knowles Explains the
Cause of His Defeat at
Recent Election.
e siiln.lv_.i_n 11 of Lot
Group
NEW WELLINGTON
COAl
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IPEMVSTIVANU SHTTHYJM
BANFF ANTHIAGIT- COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers a\ Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
���M__-___nH___Mi
GRAND
Hat Carnival
Sew Westminster District; Lots IS
lfi and 80, Block I, and Lot 1, Block K.
V. being part of Lot C, Suburban
H'.vk IV.. New Westminster City:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1S027A, issued in
the names of Charles Fn .eric Sprott,
Francis Kaia Schou, Lucy Christine
Schou, has been filed in this office.
Notice is -hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in h dairy newspapT published in
the city of New Westminster, issue a
dupllcate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
::.. .'������ to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New West-
minster, B. C, March 22. 1&09.
will be given at
Pythian Rink
on the evening of
APRIL 1st
Prizes will be given for the largest
.nd smallest hat. A good time will be
assured to all at the popular resort.
DON'T  MISS  IT.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and     Illustrated
Songs.
THE  LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, W-ednes-
. ,. i   daj      Special matinee toi
���   |- - and children  Saturdays al 2:30
p.m.
Conimem i      Monday,   March   29,,
aiM at 7;35
. 11 it: i        Each perform i   a    om
��� . .aid 30 ailnuti i. Nothing but the
int. bi moving .... i.ne and llluatrated
..nis will be on ��� shl Won al the Edi-
.- m theatre. Music will be [urnl bed
by the New Westminster orchestra.
Don't full to hear and sea them,
Don't fail to see the world cham
pionsbip baseball series Wednesday
and Thursday.
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c
F. L. KERR. Manager.
Crystal Theatre
THE LATEST UP TO BATE
MOVING PICTURE HOUSE
jllU8tj;.|eil    sone,: -San     Antonio,"
Sunt;  _j   \idil... Zaska.
Who has become quite popular for
her good, clear singing.
i*in ��� v..v., of pinm.nn Monday,
Wednesday and Friday,
Matinees for hull, s find childiii
tn ', pin.      Evening  perfofDMUMG ai
7 p.m.
a chance to a'l patrons on '' i
nn pxhlbltldl ihi   week
NOTICE.
Take notice tbat I, C. W.  Preston,
of Vancouver, U. C, farmer, intend to
apply to the Honorable ChicT Cou-mis-
j .loner of  Lauds and  Works    for    a
(twenty-one year grazing tease OB   tbe
following  described  land:     Comment'
I lng at a post on the east    shore   of
j Zayas   Island,   Port  Simpson  district
'about a mile south of the mouth   ot
1-a...   creek,  thence  west  across    th*
Island to rhe shore, thence following
j the  shore    northerly,     easterly     and
V' io the point of   commence-
Recently during th�� debates i�� the
House of Commons at Ottawa, W. E.
Knowies, of Moose Jaw, presented the
situation with respect to Hon. William
Templeman in a very forcible way.
tie said:
"Mr. Speaker, I shall endeavor to
make my remarks fittingly torie., and
im the first place I shall touch upon
the observations made by the hon.
member for North Toronto (Mr. Foster). The major part of the hon. gentleman's speech was devoted to jeering at the hon. member for Nanaimo
(Mr. Smith I, and at the hon. Minister
of inland Revenue. He takes exception to the manner in which the Minister of Inland Revenue finds a seat
in this House, It is true that the hon.
feentlemnn (Mr. Templeman) was defeated by a narrow majority at the
recent elections, and It is also true
'that he was defeated by most despicable means. 1 for one who support the
government am here to say that when
we remember the means by which the
Minister of Inland Revenue was defeated, he has not the slightest fallen
ln our estimation, but on the contrary
we think ihe more of him. It is ture,
as the hon. member tor North Toronto
has said, that Hn 1900 the Minister of
Inland Revenue found a seat In this
Heu^e because of a vacancy cause 1 y
the resignation of Mr. Riley, now n
senator. The people of the city in
which the Minister oi Inland Revenue
lives were glad to elect him on that
occasion and they would have been
glad to have elected him on the 2.th
of October last, if they had not been
misled and deceived. But, when we
look at the record, of how the Minister of InUaid Revenue has found a seat
in this House and of how the lion,
member for North Toronto has found
a seat here, 1 do not think the -comparison is very much to the credit of my
hon. friend from North Toronto. I
had rather be In the position of the
Minister of Inland Revenne who found.
a seat in the city in which he lived
for many years and of which he is o.ie
of the pioneer--, known and respected
than be in the position of tbe hon.
member for North Toronto who, I am
informed, started his political career
in a place called ihe County of Kings
in the province of New Brunswick
down by the Bea. I am told that from
there he went to another county; lie
wandered to and for on the earth, and
he found a loilginc place In the county
���of   York."
The Inquest on  the late James. ���
Rainey, wiio \.as fatally Injured i   v
CollingWQod on tire interurban line op
j Monday afternoon, was h.ld yesterda.i
. at the coun bouse before Captain Pit-
(endrlgh,   A, E. Beck, of Vancouver^)
, n iti bed the pnieeidings for the H. U.
j E. U.  arnd  ll-  L.  Edmonds appi an I
| for the family of dm deceased,
The  witnesses called  were em. oy-
! ees of the company, and the gun^ i per-
J ating the steam  shovel    in the    cut :
where  the  accident occurred.    Thi re
was no actual witness of the accident
Cause  of  Accident.
<  At the time of the accident there
was a line of dump cars on the track, '
being  loaded   from   the  dipper  of  a
steam shovel.   As eacn car was load'd j
the brakesman gave a'signal to wov,
the line forward  to  bring an  ' mpty
car into position.    The doors in   :,'r
bottom of the cars open automatically by means of an air valve to d|s
charge the load, amti after loading the
air valve has to  be closed.    The
ceased was engaged in doing this, bu: j
was not waiting for the signal from I
! the ib-ftkesman.    His work  would  be
��� to push the valve ln  from the    out- I
' side.   J. Mattel, working on the other j
side of the cars heard a    cry,    and .
loi.iud  Rainey on  the track.    Rainey ���
tod  him  he  had  caught  bis  foot  In
a loose rail, and been caught  by the
car.   The engineer on the steam shov- :
el sinted that there was such a place '
for n man to catch his foot iu.   Loose '
rails   were tirouud.
Dr.  Rothwell, who attended the   '"���
ceased, said the cause of dear, was |
shock,    fqUowing the crashing.    Wit* I
ness had made a statement to him in I
?
REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE BROKERS
AGENTS FOR THE  ROYAL FIRE     IN'    RANC6
CO.
AND
HE
LONDON   AND   LANCASHIRE  LIFE ASSURANCP rn
���L J��'0F LONDON
ENGLAND.
Beg to announce that  they bin,, ,, ��� , .
Columbia street, next to Lee's Furnftun
r vh  for busi
in the 1
icl
":'!   '        .1
JN0. S. CLUTE,
MARSHALL  BINCUM
4++++++++*+*++*++++++********++++44*4,4nn44k^i
+44+++++ ++++++++++++++++++m+++4444t>4444k,mu
Something Newll
Hand-Painted Photo
Frames.  Samples in
the window.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
BOOKSELLERS STATIONERS NEWS DEAlE*   |
%+++++++4+ + + ++*+ + ++ + + + +++* + * + *+++++++++++++i
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
substance a- above, and admitted his
mistake in g.-ttiug between the cars.
The Verdict.
The jury  returned a verdict:     ''We
find  that .Tames  S.  Rainey  came  to
his death  hy an  accident caused    y
the neglect of the B. C. Electric rail.
way in   not having proper system of   minster,
warning for signalling _rn wb_ the   dale the
1 train i? going to move."
The funeral takes place thi- after-
' noon under the auspices of the Street
; Railwaymen's Union to the Oddf.l-
1 lows' cemetery, leaving the residence
��� of the deceased Tenth Street and Fifth
'. Avenue, at 2 o'clock. The late Mt.
Rainey was nearly .18 years of age.
Take notice that un application has
)....-n made to register Oeorge Adams
a.s the own.-r in Pee Simple, uuder a
Tu.\ Sole Deed from the Mayor and
Trea.-urer of  the  City  of  New West-
Columbia,   this
A. D., 1909.
To    Thomas
Charles W. Wise
���;,   r!   _U|
C. . . KEITH,
District Re
lam    Md
line A. M
THEATRICAL WAR
WILL   ENTER
VANCOUVER
QUICKSILVER  IS FOUND
NEAR  PRINCE ALBERT
Chicago,   March   31.���J.   J.   Shu licit
land Congressman Joseph L Rhncnk,
of Coverlcgton, Ky., started today for
i a  tour of  the   Pacific coast   for   tbe
j purpose   of  establishing  a  circuit   Ol
theatres.    Tn,y plan to buy or lease
play-houses from Denver to San Francisco and from San Diego to Vancouver,  ll.  C. and  their  move  la  taken
bere to indicate the optnjng of a war
between the two big theatrical syndicates.
-- uth
���_e_.t.
No. 2 lease.���Zayas island, Port
Simpson district, starting at a post at
the southeast corner of No. 1 lea/ae,
thence west across the island to the
shore, thence following the shore
=oii;h. rly, easterly and northely
around to the point of commencement.
C. W. PRKSTON.
Jan. 28, loon
m
f
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Prince Albert, S.-tsk-, March 31.���o.i
Monday last, six mining cl.iini- were
filed at the local land office conceding quite a section of ihe .country on
the north side of the Saskatchewan
river, 100 miles below Prince \lbert.
Those filing claim to have discovered
a rich quicksilver mine in the territory
oovered by the claims. The spot located Is below Kurt La Coive and
about opposite the Lost River settlement It bus ;,.,.n know ii for some
time that there waa quicksilver at
this place, bul it had not been found
in any quantity. The Indians have
slun'tn al different times ounce bottles
filled with the precious mineral fluid.
DECIDE  ON   CONSTRUCTION
POLICY  ON  THE COAST
AWARD CONTRACT FOR
WINNIPEG   TERMINALS
Ottawa,   March   HI.���The    National
nscontinental Railway <_
Ors have awarded the contract for the
to George Adams, bearing
2r.tb day of September, A.D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate- lying and being in the City of
New Westminster, in the Province of
liritish Columbia, more j>articulari>
known and described as Subdivisions
15 and 16 of Lot 8, Suburban Hlock
IL
You and those claiming through or
under jou and all persona claiming
any interest in the said Und by virtu.-
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
is not r-cgLstered unaer the provisions
of the Land Registry Act, are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from tin-
date of the first pubh<aition of this notice upon you, and in default ot a ca-
veat or certificate of lis pendens being
tiled within such period, or in default
of redemption before registration,
you and each of you will be forever
estopped and debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land, and I shall register George
Adams as owner thereof in fee.
The Arrow Pr
MRS.   E.   M.   DOMINV.
desires to thauk hei man.
for their patronage and hopes!
same wLl be contin li I ' Nil
tention Is paid to all i r. rs Itj
printing and handbi..*!, lickWl
mos, letterbea Is, ��� I . an '.Jn_l
at the shortest notice and in '^��j
: style. Phone your order ���' I
not call. PH-.n_ B466.
The Arrow Pn
FRONT   STREET
FREEMAN'S
WHOLESALE
And   I   herebv   certify   that   publiea-
T- ���'.   ....ili.i.T.f.l   Itailwai   '"-I.n. .   SlOn-    Uo_   Qf   th(-   -ot)o���   fo-  thir...   ^   in
a daily newspaper published in New
Westminster will be go<xl and BUlll-
cient  service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, province of British
construction of the G. T. P. terminals
at Winnipeg to Harvey Qnlnlan &
Robertson, the lowest tenderers. Their
price was $868,000.
Liquor Sforl
CHOICEST   WINES, BR^V)
ALES AND STOUT.
FAMILY  TRADE A SPEClALl
Phon
p  i' Bo)
FRONT ST.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTIS
���IN���
HE        DAILY l '
Westminster'. Horre
RAILWAY COMPANY
Easter  Holidays
in connection with the above round
Icketa will be sold at one .ingle
"i. one third.     Tickets on sal
April Mb to iv:tii Inclusive,   iiood to
n I 'ni up to and Including April 18th
v. hi ol   pupils   und   teachers   will   be
given tickets from April 1st to 2lst.
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westmin ti
���    r  v POSTER,
Vi     Gi ni. Pals, Agt., Vancouver,
_   FEW LEFT
GoodKussetApples
Splendid Cookers
$1.50 Per Box
Moody Park Store
Com. r  10th  St. and 6th  Ave.
Winnipeg, March 31, TralHce Manager Dull, nii.lv of the Gr in i Trunk
Pacific, left lasi nlghi for Vancouver
io meet General Manager Chamber-
lain,, whii is now on hie way ther.'
from California. From the ��� they
win go to Prince Rupert, where Chamberlain ��ill decide upon his western
construction policy for tho aea on and
decide on the sale of the townsite.
ii. tore Lining balrympio ,ai ranged
with elevator companies for building
35 elevator-
Ibis season.
long the <!.    T.   ['.  line
IT  PAY6 TO ADVERTIM.
���IN-
HE       DAILY NEW
Westminster's Home P
To   Build  Great Jetties.
New   Vork.  .March 31 In  the near
future work will begin on the greatest
jellies in the world. They wlll be
constructed at Sandy Hook to check
the Inroads of the sen, which threatens
ultimately to sweep the narrow penlin-
BUla away. Recent surveys have
shown that Sandy Hook is being
washed away at n rapid rale, each
.lorm carrying tons nnd tons of earth
and sand Imto the ocean. The beach
line In some place.; has weeded 300
feel or more. Plans are now com*
pleted and Congress having provided
$^0,000 to start the work, the government will  foon ask  for bid-  to COO'
Struct     WOO'len     jetties     8800     feet   in
length.
Beef, Mutton,
killed, dressed and shipped from the
Prairie Provinces under government
inspection gives absolute satisfaction
i    SOLD BY
The Reichenbach Company
(LIMITED)
Pure Food Purveyors
Columbia Street, New Westminster
PHONE 101. 3SDAV
ftF
BIL. 1.  19W-
THE  DAILY  KEWS.
0
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�� SUBIKD ROCKS
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W'M
Atte^P
l_aiinch
ed to Salve Part
Stranded  By
Loan of Ten Millions to
G. T.P. Explained in the House
PAGE S_TB_n.
���H3SSfi��f�� _HKffi_L:i;'finj_HHBBa_BS-
Blowing Away.
.   March JL-Marooned    on
,it'"J   " ... .  , Cluet    settlers,
I.* ,,,    movable
.ired  from
Ottawa, :,i u  h    i
Co- sy��    v,/ ;.';--���             and vt
inu-duced the r, '        ^      ^ -
a loan ol  ten  million dollar,  to the U
i ��'*:
-. ���)
the
States   fourmast-
drove as-
m��f  ^ .. r, and
taSe
loft'11
-JlOOE e r
United
S
��.��, as it was in
s   .-outh   of   tbe
ion  stated  ...   the contract,    in
Grand Trunk Pacific rail way" He ��" '       ! f;XisUns 1IneB-
plained  that  the  go.ernmen.    won'.       , .P,remler's estimates    had    been
Hr.!^.SeCUrity *_ the loan, and j^f ��,**
the   resolution   involved     no    change 11K)imm, rt ftf   ,     v
11  ol  'he Wivti..,  Transconti
'xtraordinary iinaccura
ticized   the  ap-
10
��."���
.
,.s company
kill. . and others of
���    ued, are
_
which  was    to
adrift and
.',1, a scant supply of
I;    . u        .hlch    reached
last night-
Igosoline launch
iLacro
the mow life!   al   wns  blown
Uckedsomi     ' "'   Mean"
.tlielfO "'""'"���     ' ''  SCa'
remali
���MACHINES TAKE
MILLIONS OF  DOLLARS
::l.   -More
. i.v,   trlh-
ever
g    to
It   r'r : i
til      ,,J0  I
-        1 ���
nii.cliiiie-. ^^^^^^^^
I- ���'��� ���'���
... ���..   . ;
o the
, ..'),��� ordinance,
announced that th l-isll irial
jould hai odatlons to
.on the - ���'  result  ol
Ivesiieation.
llMEND INDUSTRIAL
DISPUTES  BILL   SOON.
||n, March 31 Macda.
P.. (South Toronto), has Intro-
,...;��� ���      lndii.-trial
he. act.    Thi ���   t Of the bill
| jut employees ���    nine post-
s the 'in; ���.' 'i  present
lak.- ii r the con-
ph'Teal Lunch Rooms |
MISS REID. PROP.
Jfarn- Lunch from   12  to  2.
tea a Home-made
. C .������������  ... Ice .     im  in  sea-
whatever in the contract of 1903 hein_l "-���*  	
rather in  the natur. ot   a    banking urely l>olltlcal
agreement.    The money ,   ,n, ,Unal.   ��� '          l  contrast to
peg  to Wolf  Itiv.i,  was  ��.������,���.  fnr ���        '*''"*J ol li:' ' ntt-ed States, which
the prairie section ol  916 Lie           ^ TT ' '  ""*���    t0
had cost  much more than esumateu,      e"t 2_ rZ ' "     Th" *overn-
unnecessarily     ThTgo^rnen! h__   ""^   ^    P" *25.,000,UUU,
at   their  par  value   an.  I enquire wh . , ,, , ��� d(,n���
iar vatue, and be consider- i,
<'d that In so dolnc j, was .<  .,,,,_        -
the interest, of the counTry            e       "     ** '   ' '      ��'
,i. '     '"���    '   ���*akl> ��f a few paltn million dollars
��� ������  govern,    guaranteed    b,,ds.      ..-, w. . . v. . ~M
:   ��  ^r^-'   ' ;",:1   ^ ^ernment wa    putting up nine-
m n   < f _ ,p "o,."'1'";. :"   tenths ��f the cost It should take over
ment of the   road.    He    asked    the   the ,li:ii,. und( ������    moyp(1
House to accept the resolution,    The a, .���.,,, .     ,:       ���,,,,
country was committed to the under- by Mr  Russell
taking   and it  would not  be wise to      The Speaker   ruled    that   sue, an
draw   Lack now.     .
. amendment was not in order at this
""r:":i challenged  th.   govern- stage of the resolution's progress,
ment to put its hand on the represen- Mr. Madden also favored the coun-
'ation  made in  190.  _.d sa.   thai  it ,., takir_ 0, _ ,ho roa���      Thp com.
had   be, ,i   carried out.    The    Grand pany bad broken .. , it, contract, with
rrunk Pacific was conceived i��� baste, the government
moulded   for   political   purpose,   and The debate was    adjourned by Mr
carried out with the wildest folly and Ames.     Tbe matter will not come up
extravagance.    The  ..md  opened up again until next Thursday
ob
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r
PLAY PRESENTED LAST NIGHT
SATIRE ON THE NEW WOMAN
Pretty   Stage   Divorcee   Captivates  Au
dience at Opera House���Musical
Numbers Many and Good.
_
r- ���   Pair.
INT BLOCK, COLUMBIA    ST.
: ���'   "  ��� ���    :    m., Sat
: ��� m
ser River Service
Pi Ramona
|l��ve New Westminster for Chilli
wack on
|��H.,  THUhSD,.v    AND  SATURDAY.
calling si following points:
��������v... Langley, tilen Vai-
1 ������'��� '"-        _  ���.. rdale, Mu
';'' .��� i.    Hauler
Mcomen : Bumaa ano
"""   ;"'li::; ivea  t'liilb
;'.'',;;''  ���'���        lay. and Sun
''    ';    Bxcell.ni    passenger
��   "   Lowest Freight rates.
IIP">' 8TEAMBOAT   CO.,  Lt;
"��� Whitmore. Mgr.
���N'".v Westmtnsta
I;
^taTMlNSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
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>.:
'"��� ,h" T.   i unit
I'll   to
id land:
m,'] .it.d where
. ter ills-
...   ' .    ���    Ion
1 north  and
" ���    "   town-
���       ' l' ; 160 r.Kis.
Ife h," ������ north te
'    '!'''' of the before
".Marrying   .Mar*,'   proved     a   trump
curd last night i_i evi rj way, noi only
was the house a bumper, and thi   ������ i
dli nc.. a  fashionable   one,    but    the
n ho ������ plaj   ��as ol    a   charactt .  .lis
un.itly different to any that ba\    a,
peared iti the local   theatre this season      ".Marrying  Mary '  is a  kei :.    B
tire, couched in humorous mu leal li n
guage, upon the mdeh    diacu   ��� | rjl-
voroe question of America,     Although
Mi-s Geai. as Mai y Montgoi u  ;���. was
without question the bright and most
particular star ol the i venlng, she wa
8o   v .dl   bucked     up  b)    hei      ...wl!. lit
iael   thai   the ��hole thre.   at is were
punctuated ��i.i. numerou   recalls and
applause.
Tims,, who have followed the advance notices of the play already
know that .Mary Montgomery was
married no less than thn.. times before she finally found her resting
place, Miss Gear portrayed her character as that of a well finished flirt of
the presenl day. so fetching and irr.
Bistable that proposals were of an ev-
cry-day occurrence, whether she really
had B hi art or not was dilllctilt to decide from the performance, but Miss
Gear was. ln all her mood-., and they
were many, simply charming.
Another feature of the performance
thai took with the house was new and
up to date musical number', amongst
which might be mentioned the Bex-
tette '.Ne >.il> Knows the Answer,'
sung by Bunchgrass, Drinkwater,
lgi. Kitty, Daisy ml MIbs Gun
mings; ' The Las! One Is Best of All,'
sung by Col. Kulpepper I Richard
('aril.   who.   by   the  way.   1ms  a  good
��� i voice of title timbre. "1 want
to Wed a Soldier Boy," by Bessie Gra-
liiim mid chorus, which was very effective, and "Do, Re, Mi, Fa," a dun.
by Miss Gear and Richard Cart, Miss
(iear herself displayed a voice of
spiel).lid range in her solos, "We've
Changed That Now." and "I'm So
Lonely," the latter, of course, receiving considerable applause owing to the
use of the spot mirror. "We've
Changed That Now" was full of good
hits at the Twentieth century woman,
and was written and composed by
Mis- o..r hers-ii The orchestral
score of Marrying Mary abounds in
bright light music The long-skirted
���chorus was a feature of the production.
IS DIFFERENT
lt is
the
New
Flour
All
Western
Canada
Is
Interested
In
"i
1
We are not making this announcement for the purpose of describing the
superior qualities of "ROBIN HOOD" Flour. We intend you to find thein out
for yourself. We want you to find them out as quickly as possible, because we
know for an absolute certainty that once you have tested it thorpughly .you will
never use any but "ROBIN HOOD" Flour afterward. That has always been our
experience, and we feel sure it will be the same in New Westminster.
Now note what we are doing. We are sending our staff of "ROBIN
HOOD" girls into New Westminster to call upon every home. They will call
upon you. t They will tell you something about "ROBIN HOOD" Flour, about
the way it is made, the quality of wheat it is made of, and they will give you
some idea of what makes "ROBIN HOOD" Flour different from other flours. It
is the flour you should use.   It will prove its superiority.
All over the West "ROBIN HOOD" Flour is making a tremendous impression.   Join the thousands of happy users.
Look for the "ROBIN HOOD" girls and be sure to give them an order.
They will visit you in a day or two.
The Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
MOOSE JAW, SASK.
���__3_Rai
WESTEKN  TIDE  OF
IMMIGRATION   FLOWS
Toronto, March 31.���Twelve carloads of settlers left Toronto for tne
west la-t night, containing in all close
to 700 persons, t was the largest excursion since the season opened. The
regular Canadian Pacific train carried
two tourist cars filled with settlers of
means and their families. The sec-
rmd train of ten coaches wn-. made up
of colonist cars exclusively and all
w.re flll��] to capacity.
Btralghtqnlbg oui the tangles of   tbe
British nav.i department. Lord
Charles Bays that the chief weakn
of the nav) ai the present time are
the ihortage In reserve stores and the
Unsatisfactory state of repairs of the
smaller craft. For these defect he
blames the cabinet ministers, particularly Ibivid Lloyd .lones, the chancellor of the exchequer.
Beresford  to  Become   Factor.
London,   Marcli   31.���Admiral Lord
Charles Beresford may become again
an activf figure in    English    politics
through    his      present      interest    tn
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The Prize Winners j
for March
Do yon hold the duplicate coupons bearing one of the numbers below?   if bo you are entitled to an elegant 109-piece china Dinner Set.
Re,,,..mber. if >ou do not Und your number among the list this month,
our coupons, gather wtui-  more you can���you i
wm next month on this month's coupons aa not.
reserve
likely  to
-you   are  just   as
5   46,878 31,910 34,148 36,663 36,449 ||
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two   V-K^H
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Kvery  .ll-pound sav. of Ro}
l.-ri .1  coupon  euli. _M   __
�����.r Sets that areglvaa
us. r- of thi-' famous bre...
a   niiui-
,j   Standard   Flour   contains
way monthlj to th.
ho.de   to s chance to win one of t.*i beau-
make an effort to
of
tiful  and co-tly Chin.i  1'""^^^^^^^
;1 do      Sa     your coupons
gather all vou can-you will find your number among th.  list on
these days.    The winnmr numbers wW appear in this space the first
i    ne of each month.
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd. li
Vancouver, B. C.
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VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,   1908
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
Every as l^ameiit of the light of :
.outh African Voluteer entitled to )
land grant must be by way of appointment of a substitute nnd must be
in the form provided by the Act.
Special attention Is called to Sub
���section 3 of Section 5 of the Volunteei
Bounty Act. 19-8, which provides '.hat
no assignment of the right of a volunteer by the api-ointnient of a sub-
-tltute shall be accepted or recognized
by the Department of ths Iaterior
��hlch Is not executed and dated after
Ihe date of the warrant for the land
grant lsMied by the Minister of Mllltii
and Defence in favor of the volunteer.
J. W. GRKENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands. Ottawa.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dstasert ut AU Ktna   of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Brawch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
!
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S. S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the steamer
Transfer will leave BrackmHn-Kcr
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for U'ldner.
Westham Island and way porta. Saturday  at  2   p.in..  returning    to   New
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO 8TEVEST0N TUESDAYS
AND SATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham island
every week day morning, except Friday, at 7a.in., and Ladner 7.5 a.m.
Friday leaves Westham Island 6 a.m.
and l^adiier at 6:46 a.m
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster nt 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to chiingo
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINB,
Manager.
Easter Drool-.  Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
Imperial $7 00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6...0   "      "
Terminal $5.00   "      "
McQuarrie &Co.ILlil_l_^n irBEP x���0**���
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
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FOR    PLUMBING.   HEATING.    TINNING    ANO    GENERAL    HARD-
WARE, GO TO
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
;Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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A TREMENDOUS J
THE   DAILF  NEWS.
Opportunity
A.
THESE SUNNY DAYS AND
A SET OF
Gilray
Curtain
Stretchers
are     necessary   to     make   your
curtains  look  like  new.
We have two kinds and will
be pleased to have you call and
inspect them.
THE
j Anderson &
Lusby
1   Columbia Street   ,!
Public Supply Store L>#�� ++++++++++1
is simply selling- out|^   8> IN /%"���!
their Crockery and
THIS  WEEK   ONLY.
���iin,   uu yarcis,    half mile    a
rinocitiTni^   n f   o    Kir.   GAB AND GASOLINE MANTELS AT   mn*> hi��h and broad J,,m"' I10
uiassware at a Dig,      less than cost        h..-.!!.. ,,.... _>,,. ������f  .....
reduction.
If you want anything in this line,
or even if you don't,!
you will certainly
profit by buying
from us. We will
save you money on
Ik Pearson Electric Co.
IjWHLETES WILL JOURNEY
TO VANCOUVER SATURDAY
Rugby   and   Basketball   Teams   of   Columbian College  Intend Humbling
Pride of High School.
The Columbian college athletes wi'l
Journey to    Vancouver   on Saturday
where they have games with the High
School Rugby and    'basketball teams.
The football contest wlil be played c��i
the High School grounds in Fairview.
while the basketball game will either
be in the V. M. C. A. or V. A. C. gymnasium.    The college boys hope to re-
j verse the  defeat  their Rugby fifteen
received  from  the  High    School on
| March 13, and are conlident of win-
i ning  the basketball  game.      A large
I body  of rooters  will  accompany   the
| teams.
The date for the annual track meet
with McGill has been settled for April
17, when the event will come on the
Brockton Point athletic grounds in ,4
Vancouver. Charlie wat.on has been
elected captain of the Columbian
track t?am, and has had his aspirants
practice regularly for tbe last two
weeks. The events will Include 100
220, 110 yards, half mile and mil-
vault,
  AY' APR|L .
1909.
New  Spr
Coats
S
shot put,   and hammer
(Successors to T. Mowbrey
Electric Works)
^BANK   OF   COMMERCE   BUILDING,! de_ -,ay
Opposite Postofftce.
hurdle race.
throw. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
A committee was appointed by the
Athletic association to see about a.lter.
ing a team in the City Baseball league.
The school has the players, and Can
put a strong nine ln the field, but the
wisdom of the procedure is doubted,
as the lectures will h. finished, ana
the students will have left for their
homes before the season is well un-
MEETING WITH IMMFN5F
SUCCESS
, We refer now to a range of New Spring Coats ran_
ing in price from $7.75 to $15, made in the new
straight-line effect, semi-fitting and tight-fitting
styles, plain-tailored and self-strapped, button.
trimmed, in the latest striped and plain coverts also
checks, 24 to 32-inch lengths.
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PRONE 331.
P. O. BOX 928
Pianos
Organs
BOWLING
our reduced prices. | Talking Machine
.   V ���.������ | I Victor and Edison)
These household necessaries will never
be bought cheapei1
or better anywhere
than at the
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
(Victor a_d Edison)
IAND  ALL THg   UATEST  RECORDS
The Westminster Stars have changed their name to "Salmon Bellies,
and the celebrated name soon brought
good luck, the Salman Bellies winning
last evening from the Ad Sprares
2H pins. Mclntyre made tho high
score of 232, and Willette had the best
average, 186. Rossland wlll join the
Telegraphic league from tomorrow
,-iight.     The scores were;
?
SALMON BELLIES      ""-.
1.      _. 3.    Tot. i
Silver 147    150 165 UU '
C. P. Latham .   ,.155    192 J93 539
   ���                       jjCWlchrist 168   204 UL' 514]
ALL   THE   LATEST  SHEET   MUSIC ! Murchle 151     179 148 ITr, !
Willette 17H   2.2 1.1 &591
Sewing Machines
(Singer and Wheeler & Wilson)
We   have   them   all   St   prices to suit
everyone.
J. H. Todd's Big Music House
COLUMBIA STfitET.
_,._'--" 2555
AD SPRARES
1.      2. 3.    Tot.
Burnett   .    117    170 17.     491
Halste.d 133   161 17.     468
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. ?
Xew and Stylisl
Designs in
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
Campbell.
Mclntyre
Clibiirn   .
��� Ail',    14'i    192
..!:������     17.S    2112
tte    199   187
A Large Agsortnvent of
New Net Waists
Waists which ar. meeting with
great favor. Tbey are made of
."black, white and 'cru net, silk
lined. Nets are plain, .-prigged
nnd filet stile; ;,Iso the popular
colored ring spot effects. Prices
range from (5.25 io $ir..75 eacn.
Ask io Bee them in the ready-to-
wear section.
Boys' and Girls'
Buster Belts
White, black and colored leatUi
Bu-ter  belts    now   in    stock In all
sizes.
I
VANCOUVER   TEMPLARS M
VISIT LOCAL COUNCIL
Ladies'
Blouses
PRICES   PROM
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aentt.d Water..
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street !
NEW   WESTMIN8TER.   B.   C-
A.  pleasant    time was    Bpent lust
(evening at the weekly meeting of the
Uo.\nl Templars of Temperance, Westminster Coupcil No. i, when about 50
members of the thre. Vancouvi r councils came over to pay a fraternal vi_:t
to the local council.      The entertainment of the evening was left  to thi
visitors,   while     refreshments   were
liberally supplied by the members of
j the    Westminster   council.       Select
Counsellor P. VV.  Haggman presided.
Aiming those who contributed to the
program  were Miss May  Fltz, piano
solo;  Mr -   keeler    redtatlo i ;  Mis
Roberts,    onirr:   P.   Roberts,  Prother-
row and Symonds.
Among the visitors were Messrs
BJackweil, select counsellor, and H>'*
inonds, pa,st counsellor of Pacific council Xo. 4: P. Roberts, S. r., and Armstrong, chaplain of Mount Pleasant
No, 17. and T Robertson, of Fairview
NTo. IS. The Va. ?ouver members In-
,. el Westminster m return the visit.
J
Opening the Spring Season
With an Excellent Range
of Lisle Hosiery
We place before our custoniiis
the largest and most complete
range of spring hosiery we have
ever shown. We hav..- made our
own Importations direct from German and English manufacturers
and offer hosiery buyers stockings
at prices which .-how the advantages of such buying. See our
special showing toda; in the hosiery section.
Ladies' New Easter
Neckwear
50 pieces of frilling in chiffon,net
and muslin; all colors; Laci
-.locks, Net Collars, Tu!!, C il
of every description; plain and
embroidered Linen Collars; In
faol almost every popular style If
now b(**tag shown in the Neckweai
action. We incite you to Bee
the display now >-et forth
Almost a Complete
New Range of
Easter Hats
New Tinsel and
Fancy Silk Beltings
Persian effect, tinsel and gold mixtures; plain corded ami fancy
-ilk Beltings In '. 1-2 to 2 1-2 inch
widths, with a big assortment ot
Buckles available to select t\ siyle
suitable to use with belt lengths
chosen.
i
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+
t
Set forth in our spacious Millinery
show   rooms.      Dozens m   new-J
trimmed  models  have been  tna.de
ready for the special Eastei rus.
wbich  Is  taxing the    tafl of <'>'-*
department to the utmost      M :".
new varieties of Flounces   _    'l
Ornaments,    Ribbons,  havi    Jusi
eoniv to hand.     Ne.
here   in    a    choice     ��� lei
styles,     .Make your selection '���<"'-'-
mid  we will  see    thai  you hat
your hat for Blaster.
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/���   NUMBER   OF  SLIGHTLY   SOILED j��
BLOUSES   FROM   50c   UP. *
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A. J. eiRTCI-1:
Meant, something-it means tbat somebody is suffering what you may %
suffer any  day-loss of property by fire.      Th���e |0ssts a_.   !|nayo|d I
bl . but where protection is ampl, the less may not be felt. ���
Can y0u afford to carry your own ,o-s?      Few can.      See  us today ���
and talk the mattep over_
"THE   WHITE  HOUSE"
27.5 CoJtimb.o Street \
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mm FJ. Hart & Co. Ltd. mm ,
New We.tn.ins.ar, B. C, f
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W. S. COLLISTER & (
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAK.

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